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"bob stack" Discussed on You Can't Make This Up

You Can't Make This Up

08:18 min | Last week

"bob stack" Discussed on You Can't Make This Up

"Most of them are actually done impulsively. By. Why would you suddenly be spurred to run out of the House to do it right? If. This is like this is the time you would just leave or whatever, but would you take a phone? Call and Yell and run out of the House and then going go go do this very personal thing. I would run out of the House that way in that moment after all the other events, if somebody were calling me and told me by the way the call. Call came from his office stands baron associates if somebody called and said there's an emergency at work, or if somebody called, and said we have your wife at gunpoint, or if somebody called and said you know something to get you going, so something was said to him that got him running out of the House that if in fact he was murdered, was designed to get him. Well at the end of the episode we do that plea for information that is the hallmark unsolved mysteries moving information about disappearance. Let us know. Do you think they're gonNA get any leads a result of this well. Unsolved mysteries have a track record. If there was somebody in that office that knew something would probably be more than one person I'm guessing in the era of. In the post NDA breaking era, maybe some employees of porter plans berries will come forward someone who's under that gag. Order So it's a mystery are Kevin well. Thank you for talking to me about season. One episode. One of this rebooted unsolved mysteries I'm really excited to talk to you about the rest of this series, too. Thanks again to Kevin, Flynn favorite person. Watch everything on Netflix with him, and now here's my conversation about mystery on the rooftop with series. Co Creator Terry Done Moore. Terry thank you so much for talking with me about unsolved mysteries reboot I'm really excited about it. Thanks for having me. So unsolved mysteries premiered over three decades ago. It's one of the longest running shows in the history of TV. I'm curious about your intersection with unsolved mysteries, and what it means to you to bring it back. Why was the CO creator of the series back in the day? And this has been the dream, team. Since the series went off the air to bring it back, there are so many mysteries out there. That still need to be solved so many that have come along since the series was on the air, so were thrilled to be rebooting series and being able to tell more of these stories. One of the things I love about unsolved mysteries is it's unapologetic in what it is you're trying to do. You're trying to put a story out in the world to get answers and I think this is coming back at a time where a lot of true crime revolves around putting a story out in the world that is perhaps being looked at again. That was completely adjudicated. Maybe it was. Was Wrong. Maybe it was right, but this series is really it is what it says it is is is something that's unsolved, and you're at the end of every episode asking for the public's help as you did way back in the day and the original unsolved mysteries. Is that part of the hope here to actually advance some of these stories, or did you just want to tell stories? Stories that people might not know about because they're unsolved now. The premise of the series has always been. Perhaps you can help solve the mystery someone somewhere knows the truth. Those were two of the expressions that our previous host Bob Stack would would use all the time probably in every episode so the the goal is, and the hope is that these mysteries can be solved some. Some of them, the UFO cases are the ghost. Cases those are not solvable, but yes, the goal is always to solve these mysteries, and the hope is the people whose mysteries who stories we tell we think of this, sometimes as a court of last appeals a lot of times, these cases have grown hold for years. like Rivera. Case and people can't let go of it. They can't. They their lives have to go on, but this is always nagging them. These mysteries, these these unresolved events in their lives, and that's why they do our show. I think the series gives them hope that there might be resolution to their case. Well that certainly comes clear in this episode about Ray Rivera says disappearance and death. Can you talk about why it was important to you to have this? Be The first story in the rebooted unsolved mysteries. I think the Ray Rivera cases, probably one of the most baffling mysteries of the series, actually in in all the years of producing unsolved mysteries. There are so many unanswered questions so many puzzling details and facts that just don't fit together, so we felt like this was a strong a strong mystery to lead off the new series. I found the most compelling character in the story. As it's told near series to be allison raise wife, she was an incredible investigator in her own right, very involved in the case, and also had a lot of participation in the production of this episode. Can you just talk a little bit about your impressions of her? Allison was really the driving force of the investigation. She almost did this. single-handedly, the Baltimore police were overwhelmed with other homicide cases. and it was just not something. This was such a strange bizarre case. It was not something that they could tackle easily, so alisson really became the investigator in this case. She went up on the roof. She looked at all the security footage. The security camera footage. She hired a private investigator and a trajectory engineer She went and visited. Visited with the the medical examiner, try and get more details. She did everything she possibly could to solve this case, but she ran into dead ends and that's when she she left Baltimore and and moved away when we approached her about doing this story, she was very hesitant because she's tried to move on with her life, but like in all the other unsolved mysteries cases that we've done, it's very. It's a very very difficult thing to do. Her final decision was. If I don't do this. This could be the one thing that would lead to a resolution so I have to do this. There are so many tantalizing threads that I found myself wondering about and I'll tell you. The episode is constructed really well where we kind of get enough of an overview at the beginning, and then the layers begin to get peeled back one of the layers it gets peeled back near the end, which I was really curious about where the prior disturbances at rain allison's. Before he disappeared. About two weeks before he died, there was something that was worrying At that time I didn't really think much of it. But then. That mandate before he went missing, the alarm went off. One Am. And that never gone on a and I went down I went down the stairs, and around the corner, and Ray came flying out with his big bat. And fear in this man's eyes. Scared. ME, to death. Dot Guy was never. The police. Even though I brought the out, said it was a squirrel. Then again, the foul. Did Allison. Tell you anything more about that that. Maybe we didn't see on camera or do you have any ideas about about why it is that? That didn't at least intrigue the police to look into this a little bit differently. It seems like in the two weeks before ray disappeared that he was overly protective of Allison and overly concerned about safety when those two alarm incidents happened. Allison describes the episode that she's never seen that kind of fear on his face I, did ask allison if the alarm ever went off a man.

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"bob stack" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

07:47 min | Last month

"bob stack" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"That you're playing for comedy you. Say so such flattering things about you that. They knew they had something when they found you. You wrote in the elevator with David Jerry. Road up in the elevator, the paramount Golfing Western building and I didn't know it was them and. They were going up to audition people and so we wrote up in the elevator together and then I went in and there they were and so then. They invited me to a test with Bob but. No I think in Bob Unique. Comedy isn't I. Don't ever consider it funny you. It has to be from your heart. As chemical because. Otherwise, it's not funny. You're laughing. It's kind of like what what we used to figure. was that was when when you see a lot of films that are slapsticky or to comedies and they're doing this schmucky. Yet. Laugh and laugh line. They're laughing for the audience. The audiences laugh as much because the person telling the joke laughing about it so much. It's like their little their their astral projection is standing next to him looking at the audience, saying hey. Here comes watch this one. Isn't that funny and with US earlier astral projections. We're looking at the audience insane. What this is serious stuff because laughing at. I heard with airplane. This studio originally wanted them to hire comedians. But instead they got you know Peter Graves Lloyd Bridges? Leslie Nielsen all playing it straight. So that's what was so funny. These ridiculous slides coming out of like totally straight guys. They're lying about the casting I think it was the casting whoever I don't know if it was Joel Thurmer whatever? Because there were several casting people involved, but But the boys say that when they said and we want Leslie Nielsen for this and Said Leslie Nielsen. That's who you catch the night before when you can't get anybody else. On the director's commentary yeah. And then he becomes legendary for. What he did well, we just had the director Barry Sonnenfeld here on the podcast, the director of the men in black movies the Adam Sandler movies remember Gilbert. He said if the actors. No, they're in a comedy. You're dead yet. Back, that's what I noticed with literally Nielsen later on, he started to realize he was funny, and then he started to play for the laughs. If you don't have a director holdback like the boys wouldn't let you do that, and that's why we were so lucky to have them. You know, but if you do another show with other kinds of directors that want that and pretty soon you're. Laughing, and you're all having a great time laughing together, and then you realize. Oh, wait a second. This is just awful. This is. Robert Tell me what you tell Joe Gilbert and Julia. What you said to me on the phone that that stack was the one early on that probably the guy that grasped did the earlier that scene that well Julie Maybe remembers. This may be that. He was the first guy in their mind when they started writing. This has a script. They thought Bob Stack as as Kramer. byner bit in mind from from this that they said of the director's commentary that John Byner used to do a bit as Robert, stack. Get Robert Stack to do it. The Way John Byner did it? He couldn't do it. The speech, re says a top dog head Honcho. Yeah. there was paraphrasing, but it was from a byner who we had on. That it was from byner bit and Robert What the hell they were talking about. The phone he got with looks to bridges well Julie Maybe. You remember this. There is a day a we rehearsed. It was one of a little rehearsal spaces over there on paramount hardwood floors like a dance studio nears in the Bar, and the windows out there, and they had the tape on the floor, and it was just Lloyd and Bob and Julian me. And it was in the tower when we were in the cockpit, and so we were running that, so we could get the feeling of the flow of the scene. And Lloyd was just. You could see something bothered him. What are we doing here? In an. And Bob, Bob said come on. Lloyd. They just want us to be. US. And Lloyd tennis scowled little. And then I think he just sort of took that and chewed on it for a while and. Then they started getting into it, and then he really did get it. He got into. It knew really understood and what it was. But did he have those guys watch zero hour I heard that even Leslie didn't have the exact cadence that the boys wanted right away, and they showed they sent. They sent him home with a copy of zero hour. Oh, they did I. Don't know we'd watch a little bit Juliette Yeah. But what they do is they would also because they asked. Do. You think we're going to have to get the rights to this in the director or the agent or know the studio was they looked at the script. They looked at that. Yes. So much like yeah. It was so so they got the rights for it and they they got half the rights, and they went all over town, trying to find who has the other rights to this, and it was really getting down to the wire, and they thought God, who has the rights and then somebody? Either, said Oh. Yeah I know where those are or they said Oh here look when I discovered, but if we're right there at paramount, the other half of the right. So they would set it up and we would go and remember we'd go in the little, the little booth in the trailer or the little booth on the set, and we watch the angles, and so we get to the with Joe are. cinematographer. And we would watch the angle and he'd see the lighting on it and the angle, and so we'd set those just so that was one more little in joke inside thing that the angle of that was the angle of zero it. It's funny because when you watch zero. Our I- airplane looks like a remake. Close down to this. Fisher chicken or steak or chicken? They had the same meal. I. We David Sucker here on the podcast and he was told you this on the phone Robert that he the the one guy they were worried about and you. Just you just mentioned it was was Lloyd. That if you watch it again, I watched it again last night. Probably Seventy of time I've seen it. Stack is playing it. As serious as a heart attack, so is Peter Graves, who through the script across the remedy I read it and didn't even Roy why they asked him to do it and he said trash right. embarrassed. Which is kid? And his daughter his his daughters said you gotTA. Look at this again, Dad, this was funny. These agent said Peter This is there's talk about this? You GotTa look at this so finally, said okay. I'll take a look..

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"bob stack" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:32 min | Last month

"bob stack" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"This was warned about cider groups of organized riders were flooding major cities causing violence I'm Bob stack whiting in cities across the country come to the states nationwide a re opening amid the coronavirus crisis correspondent Pablo Sandoval says the nation's capital only started the process on Friday as mayor Muriel Bowser offered a reminder wear a mask obviously not while you're eating or drinking but while you're approaching or if you enter the restaurant to use the rest room or any of those things while you can wear a mask you should wear masks parts of New York with the epicenter of the outbreak now entering phase two of its re opening planned something governor Andrew Cuomo says he has to be done the right way you have to be smart and we've seen what has happened painfully when cities and states and countries reopen too quickly they had to walk they wound up closing again which is the worst SpaceX lifted off Saturday with two Americans and a history making flight to the international space station arriving later this morning Americans that are you I lost my vision five years ago they called it macular degeneration I called a devastating daughter never then she discovered talking books the free programs for the library of Congress National Library service for the blind and physically handicapped keeping me connected to my world now you're talking this year the talking book and braille program celebrates eighty years of delivering books magazines right to the doorsteps of.

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"bob stack" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

04:03 min | 4 months ago

"bob stack" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"With you until two o'clock AM that's right but listen how how old how weird is this and I didn't know this until tonight I do know that John Frankie had actually worked in Winston Salem forty because I had to work in Winston Salem I too did some play by play and Winston Salem it was for the baseball team in the cubs five system team called the Winston Salem spirits but I also had an opportunity to do some stuff over at Wake Forest also I don't know if I did basketball or baseball or someone said to baseball that was many moons ago back then V. the basketball coach was a guy named Bob thank was it wait was about yeah we'll see Bob stack and then on the baseball side let's see who is the voice a guy named Jean at six hundred W. S. J. S. he called the basketball game with wait for your number working up a couple of ball games with I don't know if his basketball baseball like I said that was that was the moons ago but I can tell you something about in public it's a wait it's in Winston Salem North Carolina which is less than an hour from Greensboro schools like Winston Salem state are there Wake Forest of course but those are some of my coolest days S. A. L. as a youngster I was attending school at the same time while working in professional baseball so I was not gonna pull off a couple of birds with one stone I was getting front office management with the pro baseball team I was calling play by play on the road with the baseball Tebow at home and on the road with the baseball team I was calling hockey also they had a a hockey team there and I can remember the name of the thunder honest yeah this is all during my senior year in college and I wake up every morning and all you could smell was tobacco R. J. R. Nabisco I'm assuming they're obviously still in business right yeah but every morning in Winston Salem when you'd wake up he would smell not nicotine which would smell of tobacco yeah that took some getting used to and I'll never forget making that drive from buffalo New York to Winston Salem North Carolina my dad drove down with me it's kind of cool that seems like many many many lifetimes ago I will say this the same people that supported me then I still support media shouts out to my parents up in buffalo bill getting up there in age but they still do the same in civil the Jewish center and work out of course they're not doing that now because they've closed everything up in buffalo New York but that those two people are dead after really my inspiration my mom.

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"bob stack" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

Hollywood Unscripted

12:07 min | 4 months ago

"bob stack" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

"Have been confused wiped out? What was the question he was like? It's three bodies with one head. These guys they think so much alike and there were times when I would ask something in one of them would start the sentence. The other one would say the middle and the other one would finish it. They got along so well. They knew what they wanted. And it was all the same. It was absolutely wonderful for me. David and GM would look at the Monitor. Jerry was out by the camera. You know with the traditional spot for the director. And then he would yell action and cut and then they would talk about it and they'd come and they'd tell us part of it was because of the DJ ruling DJ was very strict. They opposed US every step of the way. When we're trying to get a triple director's credit but We were all of one mind. Most of the work of director is done prior to being on the set. It's in the script sets casting wardrobe everything all those other decisions decisions you have to make and then once you get on the set. Get a scene on his feet. It's problem solving like if it doesn't work what do you do? And then you kind of go through a checklist. Maybe there are too many speeches or maybe a speeches are too long so you start eliminating lines because there's a certain rhythm to it having grown up in the business together since nineteen seventy one. We were all of one mind and we had to try to convince the directors guild which was all about the Frank Capra. Mantra one man one film. They couldn't get it through their heads. That three guys could direct a movie and our Executive Producer and mentor. Koch knew everybody in Hollywood and of course on the DJ board and kept advocating for saying. What does it matter whether it's one guy or seventeen guys? You know what matters is how the picture came out. But we went through several appearances before the board which are kind of these kangaroo courts and they kept saying no. Finally Jerry went down to L. A. City Hall and had his name. Legally changed true story. To Abraham's initial n zookeepers and that's how the directors guild spat out a card from their computers saying Abraham's ends Rooker is the director of when they found out they were furious and sold a hastily convened another kangaroo session where it was suddenly discovered that we were a bonafide team. They had to cave in. I mean you guys are first timers at all of this. Where do you get whether you call twits book? A haunt his balls. Whatever to take on the directors guild of America. It wasn't any more than taking on Hollywood taking on a new city taking on paramount. When we left Milwaukee we were too naive to realize how impossible it was and we thought we were great and it was a combination of being ambitious and naive that we had no doubt in our mind. I mean people would ask us well. What was your plan? B If you didn't make it and we would stare back blankly and we said well we don't have a plan B. We're going to make it. I mean we knew we were funnier than anyone else. And I'm just it sounds terrible. But that's how you full exuberance and just blind faith in what we were doing. I mean it turned out to be right. Of course we were brilliant. But yeah yeah believe me. There were many experiences after that where we were humbled when you find yourself on the set on that very first morning is there will now. What do we do not on the set? The very first morning we were very determined we had a plan. We had a script we had the actors and we just went about our business. There was very little ad living on the set but titus script I wanted ever seen I understand the jive scene was ad libbed. They had worked it out between themselves. Yeah wasn't that it was. We wrote the concept of these dudes speaking of unintelligible. Shall She Mojo? All we knew was she mojo. Believe me. That's all we knew three white Jewish guys from Milwaukee had no idea and so these guys came on norm gibbs and Al White and they auditioned but before they auditioned they met in the waiting room outside and they combined and they rehearse the stuff I think after they looked it up. Dow's Al told me that. He found a book researched area of Black Jive. Yeah and he looked up the words and it all works. I don't think we thought that we were going over any boundaries or anything and any of the stuff I mean I remember Leslie Nielsen. After the movie came out he said that Bob Stack had come up to him and they were discussing some of the sketches in the movie and one thing. They agreed on that. They said the shit hitting the fan. That's never going to work. But they were such troopers they are willing to follow us anywhere and do whatever we said and Bob Stack rather than taking percentage took all money. Upfront I mean. He was wonderful on the set. And whose your first choice. When he was first choice the only person we thought we couldn't do the movie without but at the Premiere and with the first time he saw it. He was overheard saying to his wife. Never in my entire life have. I been so wrong about anything. He was surprised when he was the one. That was just no second choice. He talked to us about the ones that got away. Some of the people that you had also considered staff our first choice and We auditioned plenty of strikers. I don't think anybody letterman famous. David Lebron Lesbian Barry. He wasn't that famous there. Well manilow did not come in to audition but he was suggested And we got worried you also a Chevy. Chase was suggested bill. Murray you know that I think the studio wanted to go with the conventional wisdom. This was Columbus time. You know what I'm sure. There's land out there. Yeah Yeah and they also Bruce Jenner. Bruce Jenner came in three times. Somebody was in his corner at the time and kept sending him back in Sigourney. Weaver sigourney weaver came in to read very nice but I remember about her. She was dressed completely as a nineteen forties. Era Stewart hair complete costume and she was very nice but very politely said she didn't want to say some of the lines. Like sit on your face and Regal and so we said thank you I would. I don't know yeah you meeting these people who are either Hollywood legends or sons of Hollywood legends and Jack. Webb came in to read for the doctor but he came into meat and we really wanted him because it was Jack Webb. And but he declined. Harriet Nelson came into read for the Jive Lady and she declined because she thought it was a little rough. They all regret A. C. To a matter later I'll say oh I'm so sorry I didn't do it. Yeah I was just nervous about the language here graves when he read. It reportedly through the script in the trash. Saying this is the worst piece of garbage said over. So how did that turn around? What happens is in that case and Bob can probably corroborate this when actors re descript. They I read only there part. Is that generally true? I think yeah their own yard. So I'm sure Peter read all his parts and on the I read he appeared to be playing a pedophile and so he didn't WanNa do that of course because he thought he would ruin his career. But Howard Koch again this godsend we were given Howard. Koch who knew everybody and had credibility where we didn't he called Peter and said Peter. Just come in and meet the boys as we were unknown so we did and we had a very nice meeting and I think his daughters also his daughter and his wife and he's gotTa look at it. You should do this again. And then I think we appeared to guys from Wisconsin. And so we weren't like old chaps. We weren't drug crazed hippies. Yeah and I think weekend Vince. Him and he said what the Hell I'll do it. Yeah now bob I mean for you and all of the actors? There had to have been a sense that this is going to be a risk. Well I read it on a plane. I read it going back to Minneapolis. Saint Paul for an ABC event is going back with Donna. Pesca we were doing angie at the time and Howard cosell and other ABC people. I read it. The stewardess came up and she said I couldn't help but notice. You've seemed to join us and I said. Yeah I'M GONNA go meet next week. It's a film and would you like to read it so I gave it to her to read afterwards and she fell apart laughing but there was something on every single page. That made me laugh. That made me make a sound. I mean I just didn't smile at it is laugh. Something out loud sound came out. I didn't see a risk in. I was hoping I'd get. It was my first film. I was hoping I could say something. Filthy and dirty rotten. WanNa do that. Yeah it was it was actually PG rated us before. Spielberg invented PG thirteen which he got for some yeah raiders he got the PG thirteen but it was either PG or went right to an hour so despite all the stuff that today would have gotten us and are we able to get a PG. Yeah from the time. I went in and I met with my agent. Had A new agent. That had just come into work in his office Beth for Q. And she'd worked with Howard and they've been all over the country apparently looking for Ted and looking for a lane and not finding anybody that they really wanted. I guess and she called said Howard. I got your head and he said well bring them over so she brought me over there and we met and we all got along and then I read and they liked it and then I got to do the screen test with Julie which was great. It was great for me. I guess it was great for both of us because you know showed the chemistry. The chemistry was there from day. One and they said they liked the spit. Take because it was that one of my hospitals right and then we went to see the show Angie. They came over to the set of Angie and we were rehearsing. Think screen logging getting ready to shoot. Maybe even that night so we had to get quiet because they were working out front and so we went back behind the psych in the back and between the walls only about three feet or so and so Jerry and David Jim and me and they said okay. You're the one and that's when I found out and so the four of us kind of jumping up your great great and then walked outside. That's when Jim said you know maybe we should watch this thing. And he told me later they all went back in Washington it when a guy done the only time we were truly nervous and we thought. But that's a totally different. It's a total style of again a totally different style of active. So that was the jumping up and down per for me. It was that right there from the moment we got on the set. It was just like so great. You couldn't wait to get up and go to work every day. It was fun and the first time you get. A reaction is from when the actors do the brief rehearsal before the DP lights the set and our first reaction is from the crew and they laughed at every job just about every single scene. Did they would laugh. So I mean you had read the script on the airplane before taking the role and you're laughing at. How do you maintain a straight face especially ensure the straight guy? In the movie I started in theater. And you have to and so you kind of develop thing inside. However Bob's problem in keeping a straight face was not how funny the lines were in the script but was Leslie Nielsen. Well Leslie. That's when he started becoming known for this thing where he carried a little machine. We call it. But it's just a little bellows kind of thing that a doctor friend his mater dentist and he licked the fleshy part of his thumb and then he'd squeeze it had a hole in one in and made it sound. I try to recreate the sound. If you like. I think people know there's like a whoopie cushion right so in the scene with me. When he says Mister Stryker actually both pilots and he said Mister Stryker. Can you land this plane? flew single engine fighters in the war. But this has two engines. It's a different kind of flying altogether and they'd be the altogether line. I think that was the first thing that it was certainly can't be serious. I am serious long. Shirley that whole scene was a close up on me. A two-shot of Leslie and Lorna and a single on me and my whole single Mister Stryker bl can you can you land this plane and I had to keep a straight face during that. That was the roughest thing right. Yeah the.

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"bob stack" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:02 min | 7 months ago

"bob stack" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Winter meetings of the red light hot stove league six oh five live from the holy grail banks Tommy B. and Tommy T. will be in the house and they'll have mark Sheldon MLB dot com via the phone in San Diego that's where the meetings are taking pleasure show an interest in Marcello's soon again what about Gary Cole and also the they're also showing interest in al fielder Kole Calhoun he's a free agent outfielder coming off a career high thirty three home runs with the angels six of the red hot stove league from the grail only banks resented by bloodline fielder left center right don't make a difference doesn't it what lays out what about their what's Punisher shows up I don't know where this September Punisher will say what about center city can send sell stand up straight and not be hurt we'll see what happens what about winter what about it can you play is he still hurt I don't think so I think he's a hundred percent ready to go those who knows what I say well what about Gary Cole my grandson's name Colin of coal about Gerrit Cole was the other guy's name Gerrit Cole and the other with the Iraqis it was the author's name from the cold Calhoun a cold cold cold cold cold cold Calhoun got together Bacall full for Gary Calhoun correct call call that's correct right and by the way Willie the the Reds beat you to what they already have a Mike the stock US bobble head I told Jane route and that that day is Saturday July twenty fifth against the Rockies what about that one day a waste of time today what about hearing craft is quick what about the antlers in other stock is I don't know I haven't seen it yet probably but lance is probably got on his blog I have the all time saver team I want to add the guard next to Byron Larken from Roger bacon yeah what's his name sake come on all is court forty or fifty against UC first name is steam now Walt entry he's a good man Stacy you see guy state not wolf who now Steve Thomas Thomas Thomas St Thomas and barn a guard okay Tyrone hill the man in the middle yeah one forward Brian grant yeah the other forward David west coach of the team goal with the gal well as it does that that coach Willie that's a tough one you get a roster and have him Bob stacks started all of him Sean Miller they they they just continued on and on and on and on I'm saying that's pretty good team right would you agree yes how about broadcast what if they pick the all deer park scene would you just have all five positions when have orea Harrison have mark Weiss we have the man in the middle Joe Hocker would have Jaylen rose we have.

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"bob stack" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:56 min | 8 months ago

"bob stack" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Com to try it for only nine ninety five Tigers twenty five fifteen minutes eighteen seconds to play in the second half labor basketball is brought to you by the jokes about a group with over fourteen dealerships in the tri state it's just about a group with the perfect automotive company to assist you with your next vehicle lease or purchase it just about her past your neighbors they bought from us Charleston classic with TD arena in Charleston South Carolina this building holds about five thousand five hundred fans want to capacity nice brown here for the musketeers I guess around maybe thirty five hundred and a considerable number number or is it your fans are bought and front of us and behind us in on the side still I'd say it's about ninety percent Xavier fans they were nation as always is this travel strong here and great representation of the fans out here was a good friend of yours of former coach Bob stack in attendance I was really special he's here scouting for of the Miami Heat he Dennis make considerable time with Byron your friends yes the joyful to watch a nice to talk to coach Bob stack cross the time accounts with the basketball give it the touch of the firm turns and faces part of that we give it back to give some high on the left point thirteen of the shot clock being held by mortgage check to the ball game Bob takes a belt of the baseline Marshall one of these push it off Bob's is the base money flows of an airport that was tremendous difference by marshals April transition out what's on the line Marshall was set up takes to the free throw line keep the gravel lot looking for Carter nothing materializes April set up their halfcourt offense one of the shot clock back out to quit good straight away between the circles of the right point the card back to work not by good the pump fake inside get back out the card left side of the Florida Marshall three is all the way in and out real good rebound taken high fives for the Tigers found brings it across the time lines a really good thirty eight twenty five fourteen seventy to go in the low post to Sanders a cutter and a layup attempt is distance side by Timberlake Timberlake bass to the low post cut by the baseline of all came right back to if he was under intense pressures you try to distort missed everything good now straight away near the center jump circle passes it to the right side of the wall beyond the three point arc to Joan McCarter the low point right point two more holes above his head in the low post to Jones he faces fakes a shot now it puts a lot of war turns baseline double team kicks it out and has it taken away in transition Townson EE doc that it was a it's a it's patrolled back the Sanders the ball was knocked loose Bob driving on the baseline and we gonna Georgie and that is in a credible defense of play by more talking about moving your feet at in the league at least level Bryce more with.

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"bob stack" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:18 min | 8 months ago

"bob stack" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Rob Williams newsradio seven hundred W. O. W. now ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. topic tonight rain increases toward morning at a low of forty degrees tomorrow a wet start before mostly sunny skies in my high of fifty at night increasing clouds and down to twenty nine we have a chance for freezing rain on Saturday morning from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. radar is all clear fifty two degrees right now Wall Street today the Dow closed down fifty five points nasdaq down twenty one S. and P. five hundred down five next news coming up half time of the Xavier game I'm Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred WLW yeah Carolina tonight in the Charleston classic Xavier takes on the Towson state Tigers first road trip for the musketeers neighbors off to a great start entering this tournament with a perfect form no record a lot of expectations for this ball club in this tourney go in addition to being the only ranked team Joe they're the only undefeated club in this eight Mansfield despite being undefeated ex US not found their stride offensively only scored sixty nine points per game including twenty percent from three point range so it'll take a consistent defensive effort in some shot making from the bench in order to win this turn the question the musketeers over the next four days with three games will be tested a good opportunity to improve as they moved deeper into the season but by we've already had a great time here at the TD arena Ural coach recruited you Bob stacking down spent about ten minutes with you yeah you know it was really great to see him he's here scout for the Miami Heat so there eight teams in one's position in one spot so he can see a lot of players in a short period of time Bob stack was the reason why I'm here it's a ring he recruited me and he along with Wayne Morgan we were just talking and it's it's really good to see players coaches in Bob that no no doubt I believe with by the one of the the the greatest architects Xavier basketball and always great to see you you know so far would you be to your old coach is no matter where you work coaches ultimately love their players you could see that when he was.

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"bob stack" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

Startups For the Rest of Us

09:31 min | 1 year ago

"bob stack" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

"I mean this is just naturally the first time you record a podcast. You're going to have anxiety the first time you speak at a user group. The first time you speak at a conference any time you do something publicly. You are going to have some type of fear. There's some natural inclination and all of us that we feel like we're going to be judged by everyone and whether it's realistic or not knowing that the first time you do something you are GonNa feel this anxiety and this fear is I think really helpful because then you can identify very quickly and say Oh this. Is that feeling again it's that same old thing that comes very naturally and you know I shouldn't be scared of it and I shouldn't let it talk me out of doing this thing. I've actually started following thing that fear and this is a little bit like Seth Godin with Lynch pin where it kept saying the Lizard Brain that's negative talk and if you go towards the Lizard brand when the Lizard brain talks to you and says don't do this thing you're typically stretching yourself when you're actually doing something good. You're actually moving in a direction that will grow who you are and the second thing is that I think software developers most of us have this natural anxiety of wanting to be perfectionists. I was talking to a developer today and he said Yeah I just I want my software to be perfect. I know it's not going to be but what if I launched it and there's a bunch of bugs in it. There's kind of two different types of people right there. The people who don't care enough and those people don't tend to be really good software developers they don't tend to while on a software product the ones who are doing this tend to be more of the perfectionist actionist tend to be more of the people who are stressing out about it and that's us we have this anxiety that actually provides productivity. If you've ever heard of your keys Dodson curve it's psychology theory that anxiety helps you to appoint helps you be productive off and if you're not anxious at all about a deadline it's very likely you're gonNA miss that deadline and that you're not going to be productive and so anxiety and which translates into fear is actually a good thing to a certain extent and it actually will make you perform better and do more work quicker be more productive. I know what you're saying about being able to have a healthy dose of anxiety because I remember back in college. I used to feed off of deadlines like it was my job. I guess kind of it was but the fact is like if I had a deadline for a paper coming up or a project or something like that as that deadline got closer and closer I would just use it to energize myself and kind of really focus in on what it was that I had to do and what I had to get done and somehow it just helped me to meet a lot of the deadlines and don't get me wrong. I mean there were certain amount of procrastination in there but I've also seen studies where that you take three groups of people and you give one a deadline at the end of the quarter semester and then you give another group of people regular. Our deadlines throughout that time period and you've tell third people they can create any deadlines they want people will tend to procrastinate until the end I would just feed off that natural energy for those deadlines so for me the anxiety I think helped a little bit but you also have to be a a little bit realistic about keeping in your head. Am I actually going to meet this deadline or is it just a completely lost. 'cause that's the thing with fear and I'm kind of equating fear with anxiety because I think when you say fear you think a Lion Diana attacking us and anxiety is more of a realistic explanation or realistic description of of what we really feel when you're going to go up and speak in front of people or we're going to release a software product and maybe have someone say something bad about it or something. I think it's anxiety might be better word for it but there was a study and of course I wish I could quote it but it was a study done at U._C.. Berkeley and it compared the anxiety levels the stress levels of cops who are working in East Oakland versus students during finals this week and the anxiety levels were actually higher in the students during Finals Week and what that shows is that anxiety a lot of it if not all of it is in your head some of it can be chemical as well. It'd be prone to be an anxious person but a lot of it is in your head had ever since then I've really learned to focus in on my anxiety and realized when it's coming and identify it and do something more productive with it and allow it to motivate me rather than caused me to cave. I think you bring up an interesting point about all the different fear and anxiety though because I think personally I have my own fears and my fears tend to be more long-term things that I'm afraid of happening and then there are certain anxieties that I'll go through. I'm a pretty good public public speaker but I think everybody gets at least a little bit nervous when they're bought to go up and do some sort of big presentation but in terms of fierce and stuff one of my own fears as the sole breadwinner of my family. My wife stays home with the kids so that I can go out I and work but one of my fears what my income streams come crash into a hall. I'm not able to swap my family. What if I'm on the road? Something happens to me. We'll my family. Be Taken Care of how will that happen. How are they going to deal with that and honestly I generally don't worry about myself in terms hours of my health but it doesn't mean that I didn't go out and by life insurance policy just to make sure that that sort of thing is taken care of in terms of my income streams? I know that if it came down to it I would do whatever needed to be done in order to make ends meet I mean if I had to go to Barnes and noble and get a job Bob stacking books or something like that what so be it. I'll do what it takes to take care of my family but that's one of the long-term fears that I have. I don't really get anxious about those. I mean I think about them but I also think about how to deal with them and how to alleviate those things as concerns. What about you? I think the long-term fear I have is the same thing I mean being that we're both self employed. It's a reality that our income could be majorly impacted very quickly and in fact these last few months I've talked about it. Due to the recession. There's several different income streams that I have that have substantially decreased fifty percent or more and so I've kind of been staring in the face realizing wow if it continues like this. There's going to be some issues down the line over the next few months and so this is all happening right as I'm about to have my second child so it's absolutely I think any entrepreneur the fear of just making ends meet and continuing to have a solvent business is a valid fear and it is for me as well. That's one of the things that I've heard from people as well and I get asked that question. Aren't you afraid of going out of business with this that and the way I see it being self employed actually gives me a certain amount of control over it because I am in control of my own destiny. I get to make the decisions that ultimately affect how I do in life if we're working for some corporate employer some place they could decide to let everybody go on any given day and there's literally nothing you can do about it you think about in terms of job security most people think of it that way but you can also think of it in terms of financial security you you go to work for somebody. You're completely their mercy in terms of your income and sure they can let you go and then you can go find another job but right now. It's hard to find jobs for most people there's tons of people out of work and the unemployment rates really high. I look at that and say well well. You know what I could either work for somebody else where I'm completely at their mercy or I can work for myself where I'm at the mercy of my own bad decisions so to speak and honestly to make the choice between those two. I'd rather work for myself. Any Day of the week now granted. You have to be making money in order to be able to do that sort of thing but it's certainly an interesting to look at it yeah. I think you make a good point there no matter which avenue you choose whether you work for an employer or start your own company. You're going to have fear about something right. You should would have some fear that maybe you'll get laid off. Maybe the company will go to business. You should have fear if you're an entrepreneur that maybe you won't make ends meet so it's not like you can escape it by choosing one route over the other. I think people can talk themselves into not having fear if they work for an employer. I think you're kidding herself but by saying oh I'm not going to get laid off. You know these companies ever GONNA go out of business those kinds of things but I think that there are fears in really in any choice that you make. There's no way to escape the realities of what might happen right one of the quotes that I keep and it's actually sort of related to fear this quote. I keep actually on a posted note right next to my monitor it reads it is possible to commit no mistakes. Instill lose was actually in a star Trek. The next generation episode from Patrick Stewart. I think it was in reference to data was playing this game against somebody else and he ended up losing to this other person and he couldn't figure out how it was that he lost in. That's what Captain Picard told him he's like. It's possible commit no mistakes and still lose and that's true in life as well. I mean you can do all the right things and still come out with the end of the pack. There's times when there's absolutely nothing you can do and you're GONNA lose. I mean that's just a fact. I don't want people to think that you'RE GONNA lose every time but there's always a chance that you could lose and there's always a chance that you could fail at whatever whatever it is you're doing but if you're in control if you're making those decisions most people generally think they're smart people. They're gonNA make reasonably decent decisions and you have to keep that in mind when you're going through those motions. You'RE GONNA make the right decision with the information that you have at the time and if the end of the day you came out at the end of the pack you have to kind of except that move on and say okay well that was a learning experience and take that forward and go on with the next task when you can't let those things bother you I mean I know people who Kinda let things bother them. I'm for years I can think of one person particular who's let things bother him for years and years and years and you know what he's never going to get past. It hasn't happened yet. You can either let get in your way of life or you can put behind you and keep going. The other thing I like about that quote is I think it's a good reminder that you have to take risks in order to do something worthwhile..

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"bob stack" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"bob stack" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"That's fine. You know? And honestly, you know, and and Shawn Miller this piece of ice. He said honestly, just put your head down d not listen to anything on don't get on. So so media hang down there. You know, you know, go back to business prepare for your interview. And you know, that's like that. I told my brother during that timeframe too. It's you know, I feel like I've had a I'd had a six year interview with Drake Christopher new me in really, well and goes on every road trip film, the he loves he's always involved in recruiting likes, the know what's going on and stuff. So you know, he knew kind of what he was getting. But he also wanted to see, you know, like, hey, all right. What what is going to be my vision for this program? How are we going to take it to the next level which again like you said every coat that whether it's Bob stack p killing skip Prosser, you know, fan Monash, I'm new Christmas, every coaches continued to grow the program, and you know, Xavier obviously ministration deserves a lot of that credit for getting us helping us Bill from MCC they and off to the big east as well. Which is obviously, you know, help grow the program as well. And he wanted to be my vision. And and I had to articulate that to him in a very very clear way. And you know, so we're down expanding toy interviewed for the job. Right. And you always kind of waiting around when you know that I was I was going to fly back, right? After my interview to be my wife, and my son, I got a little little six year old boy, and, you know, Greg Christopher kind of said to me on the way out said, hey, they wanna stay next today. Don't know where this things heading. So I didn't have any. I didn't have an extra set of clothes. I had to go buy some clothes little ball. Right there in Tokyo. And would you buy, you know, sports? You know, I bought little Nike half zip about some packing night, Nike little tacky pants 'cause I was like, hey, you know, what if great Christopher calls me and says, hey, I wanna meet with you. I I have to look decent. I didn't have any add to go by the odor. It you know, to to say the whole deal. In greg. Greg called me and said the next morning, I was out on a run there in San Antonio called me and said, hey. I wanna beat up. You mean, thirty minutes. I read fast as I could. I I don't know how fast I was running back. Oh, I think I I mean, I I don't know if I could run a five in a mile but felt like I was. I didn't even have time to be on. My new caves, and I was ready for him. And the first time I ever thought that I wanted job was that moment. Thank like, all of a sudden, I peeped out my window of my hotel. And I saw great Christopher Walken with the to the associated athletes directors eighty. I'm like dang. I called my life real quick. Hey, listen. No in the next fifteen minutes. Whether I'm getting the job. Oh my God. She started getting all, you know, I'm waiting room and in great Christopher not on the door..

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"bob stack" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"bob stack" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"And so we were at the game at both games. 'cause those days even though we lost the Michigan state. They had a consolation game like the Paul. So I was out there, and I was at the hotel, but I wasn't technically with the team and stuff like that. So it was a little bit different. But being associated with that team. Doug was was amazing for me because it was a pity me of what great culture is we always talk about the culture in your program that team had winning culture. They had senior leadership had hard workers at unselfish player. We had a great coaching staff. Bob Weinhauer is the head coach Bob stack was the assistant. That is Jackson. We had a great staff and. For me to be associated with having transferred. Kinda go side with an ACC school things. Don't work out you transfer your with a team that goes for final four. Okay. Now. I know how you have to act how you have to prepare. How you have to compete to be a winning team on a national level. It was very very beneficial to me clearly down the road, even as head coach. You get done at Penn and was eighty two graduate. You'd like you graduate from Penn why go into coaching? You don't what happens? Doug is. You're involved with the game. I mean, I, you know, I feel like when I grew up similarly in the sense that. You know, your dad put a ball on your hand. Would you were a little baby? And you know, that's what we did for. That's what we did for fun. We like we play. We went to games on Friday night at the high school games Saturday. We went to college games. I mean, that's what we did. So all of a sudden your career comes to a screeching halt on buckled playing the NBA. All right. Well, you gotta make decision. You you want to go work on Wall Street. I mean, you, you know, do you want to go to graduate school? You wanna go to law school? What do you what do you want to go with your life? I wasn't ready to walk away from the game. Now, sometimes you don't have an opportunity to stay in the game the way that you want to. But in those days in the Ivy league they had a third spot. It was essentially a volunteer spot. So I got like a part time job on campus. We had a JV program. So I was the head coach of the JV program if they don't even have anymore, which was great experience. I was the third assistant on the varsity team and and quick little page was. Coach and Tommy Schneider. And then a Saxon still. No, no Dennis was gone. But anyway, I learned a lot from Craig's. I I played for a learn some stuff from my experiences at wake then I played for coach Weinhauer go the final four we let tournament a bunch of times after that now working for crazy little page, and everybody's different. And I think that's the value of you know, you think about it. I'm still relatively young guy. I'm a head coach on the JV. So I can try my own stuff. But I'm working with people that have great experience. I mean, you look at Bob Weinhauer where he was on the Chuck Daly tree, you know, coach dream team won hall of Famer and Greg little page worked for Terry Holland, and he played for dick Carter who was great coach in his own right at Penn in Oregon and then the pros for all those years. So I'm being exposed to a lot of valuable ideas and information while at the same. Time being able to make some of my own decision. So I was really fortunate to have been exposed to all that at a young age. And then you were like twenty six years old, you became a head coach at Lehigh was that right? Correct. You know, what happened was Tommy Schneider with our top assistant. He gets to Lehigh jobs. Sick on up with me helped me build this thing. I said boy that'd be great. I'd love to and I went up there because I was going to earn my master's degree..

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"bob stack" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"bob stack" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Listen Tasos, your musketeers with a record of four and three taken on the Oakland university, golden grizzlies, they are three and four on the season opened universities out of Rochester. Michigan. They were founded in nineteen fifty seven enrollment nineteen thousand three hundred and thirty three the golden grizzlies colors are black and gold. The musketeers in the midst of their longest homestand of the season three game homestand knocking off Michigan Miami, pardon me a few days ago there. No, pray Ohio later this week. Byron some sad news, eight your community, Bill Daley who was instrumental in hiring Bob stack back in nineteen seventy nine and the and the eighty and. Passed away last night. And when you look to people who were instrumental is the why we're sitting at cintas center today with another sell out crowd terrific athletic department. Bill had an awful lot to do with that kind of one of the founding fathers aver basketball, if you will and have you ever met him? He was just such a nice person. He he had a pass and preserve your and a passion for savor basketball. He had a vision, and without those kind of kind of people to help build a culture, and and Bill Xaver to what it is. It just doesn't happen. Bill was always always had a smile on his face. Even though he suffered his last couple of years with some serious injury serious health issues. He always he made the effort to come on the road. And it was always really nice to you. And I had always had a sharp mind and. I love basketball ROY talking basketball without he was an assistant coach was on Rubert here back in the sixties. So he really knew what he was talking about. And he had actually quite quite a battle to convince the administration here to hire bop stack. I don't know at the time. He would tell the story better wasn't necessarily a slam dunk that everybody wanted coached AC in. Bill Scholl something involving one insisted upon it made the case for it. And was a huge move for this universal is huge for me. Because without Bob stack. I'm not here. It's abra he recruited me. So whether you really really happy for for that. And but Bill was great person. He he will be surely missed here. It's in the fan. I loved the environment here at sent. Josh. We're getting ready to chip it off Oakland dressed in black numerals or white Jaeger dresser. And why? Remove Barbara breakfast jumping against Jones and both players. Go up a couple times trying to swat it and finally Braxton controls it Oakland will have the first possession of the ball game. They shoot twenty five three pointers a ballgame. And they do it very very well. Parameter Norris right side of the four. Into the paint. Cumberland drives does a three sixty spent can't get a shot off out to north is only Mr. couple of three pointers all season long, three pointers up by Cumberland is no good rebound. Taken by the musketeers now pretty much their offense right there. It was a really good defense of segment for savior elbow. Jumper on the way. And it is taken made by Paul strokes. For the musketeers Xavier leads to zero. That's a shot from the past right there. Mid range jumper, right? Three pointers on the way entered is good. Just that quick hill Mays who averages twenty five points a ballgame hits a three from the left side of the floor. Open leads three to two Jones has guard him out in the perimeter. Joe? We talked about that before the game. Gotta have your hands up until maze can shoot it from everywhere. Value on the way, and it is a little bit off, the Mark and nausea Marshall has to try to Bank it it. It misses it. With the rebound is Oakland left side of the floor crumbling with it into the low post kick.

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"bob stack" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"bob stack" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"And that doesn't mean we can't do it is that the show is clearly bogus no works where I think the show the way that you'll works is your cat fishing somebody and you call up the production company and be like, I'm the cat Fisher. And they work backwards. But then the show makes it seem like the other way. It's a totally people all the show and Sam cat fishing somebody. Yeah. That's how otherwise it would make no sense. Otherwise, they would have no way of knowing. Answer to most of these questions. They're looking for when they'd have like casting calls. It's like the cat Fisher a lot of times. So seem three at seven is called Salona and Elijah on it's been in a five year old relationship with Elijah. I do think this is going to be spoilers. I'm not gonna read the whole thing because it's like a very long explanation. They met on my space when Salona was fourteen okay. Was her rock when she was coming to terms with their parents divorce. But then he abruptly goes off the radar around a couple of years later, he reaches out via Facebook message when salon is in relationship with Danny. But says that his gadget does not facilitate phone calls or video chat. Is get listen, hence resulting in him. Resorting to a texting. Because what do you think like writes in the synopsis for every episode of catfish? Kapito work like why do people just agree to do this people in very into Wikipedia? Yeah. Elijah's numbers. Trace the thirty three year old Denise unconductive Facebook. Search Facebook provost pop up with Elijah's name pictures or both eventually this is a spoiler by the end. So what do you think it's interesting? But I feel that we have you know, ten other things that I'd be way more excited better shows on the wheel. And also, I think catfish is sort of come and gone. I don't think it's still catfish season. I think it's not it's not really a hip right now catfish, I think it's probably stored of the show now Tercel, maybe more interesting you, and I either catfish somebody or like during the week leading up to a people try to catfish us and then. What are we can't fishing someone for? I don't know someone with an idea. I don't have their names. So I wasn't going to read. It says the ideas just called, Robin. Akiva, get a new best friend. Okay. So we do we like we we have a contest than basically we pick a new best friend from the contest to do want win. Well, just I don't know. What what what are you best friends stuff? You know, do more podcasts. I is that what best friends do with each other. I mean, that's the only thing I do. So. Okay. Robina some, but maybe we can corporate catfish like, maybe we're tricking them. They're not really our best friend. If they don't hear from us in it's because our device didn't work or gadget. It doesn't have texting capabilities. You don't want a new best friend if it was like some like. We're trying to cast some new podcast sidekick could do that. We could cast the podcast sidekick, we could make it into a whole reality show competition. Yeah. I mean that could be an episode. But you know, if it needs a little more. If someone wants to tidy that idea, I think there might be something on the Boehner Joe torso season through seven of unsolved mysteries and talked about this. Yeah. People listen people if you if the twenty people right in about on solve mysteries. Okay. Then maybe there's demand for it. You could see how many mysteries are no longer unsolved. And you could also I empty bags good old Bob stack yet. I believe that in if I recall in the previous conversation, we had I think I was into the idea. But I feel like that season. Three episode seven was literally unfunny right was. So it was murder stuff. You're right. You're right. Yeah. I'm I'm getting older. And I forgot so but I would be open to visiting season seven episode three. Ooh. That's now you're opening up a whole can of worms. We'll look at this show that we want to talk about and season. Three episode seven does not work but season seven episode three works. I think we should at least explore those. No, oh, yeah. It's not. It's not a bad idea. Like every show is going to have a season seven episode three true..

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"bob stack" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"bob stack" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Uh cnn's also desperately ascending reporters to cover stormy daniel stripclub performance as well so that's uh they got their hands full over the weekend out okay yeah no this is like the third occasion they put the reporters an awkward situations to get alert on trump yeah wait it's as prostitute they had him in saint petersburg digging through garbage cans like a thin a whole deal on this uh this russia thing it's it's great uh polka hanis is back the news talking to a she was talking to german cast on cnn this weekend about whether or not she's going to run for president and she told him was she gave her answer to him we'll tell you what that is also she was on meet the press with chuck todd who's got a new nickname nadal goes back to trump's rally but she was on meet the press and chuck todd's a straight up ask her hey you know y you get frustrated with this boca harnessed stuff and people making fun of the native american thing w why don't you just take a dna test and i'll play it audio of her response it's it's pretty classic it's classic elizabeth warren uh you can't you can't make this stuff up uh what else we got we got to talk about some guns the bob stack that is being the doj is moving to officially banned that also donald trump is kind of shift did on his uh his raising the federal minimal aged to 21 he's kind of backed off that and said you know what i'm gonna let some other people deal with that which is exactly what i thought he would do i i didn't think he would no pawn stick to his guns on that but this is all art of the deal type stuff and that's what people and no matter how many times he does it people still don't seem to grasp it and we have this freakout moment we're like tung trump surely he can do that he vets that he he's going against everything we we stand for he's gone with the democrats bulb evolved wa and then he ends up backing off at some point we're going to realize.

"bob stack" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"bob stack" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From the senate for investigative reporting in p r x this is revered outlets close your eyes i want you to imagine a pile of money us cash that's all the book it will you probably have to make a tall pile all those bills if you're imagining 20s or hundreds make them more a million dollars that's right a million now stack a couple of million of uh because early mind bobbing stack of cash this is the amount of money major us companies make in other countries and don't bring home spent two and a half trillion for so long everyone set to what i have but it's got lavious leila figured and those pay natal if any tax on that stack of cash at least right now president trump's this tax plan would change their framework encourages american companies to bring back trillions and trillions of dollars in wealth that's part overseas that framework includes lower corporate tax rate but the paradise papers show us that no matter how will you it's doug go might not be low enough that's because corporate giants uh and make play in international shell game with their cash moving around from one offshore tax haven to another to keep it out of the reach of tax collectors is reveals michael montgomery against baghdad throughout the debate over taxes plays out before cameras on capitol hill the inside story of how corporations save billions in taxes has been mostly hidden from public view that is until now one of the biggest revelations comes from apple merrick as most company in two thousand thirteen the senate out appelbaum avoiding taxes by using irish subsidiaries the paradise papers show what happened after that senate investigation in an email from apple lawyers to appleby the company asked about moving from ireland to a different island that within tax them they secret offshore oil these meters and he said world of even oceans where nothing isse what he looks like that's marina walker give arrogant she's the deputy director at the international consortium of investigative journalist riina says the leaked documents show the growing popularity of offshore shelters it's not new shall begged is nearly one hundred of the largest multinational companies the ones that makes the cell phones and they've fastfood.

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"bob stack" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"bob stack" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"And that's great rethink just sort of just so feels wrong yet that we had to be had rain gets away from the town full of birds you're like hoc yeah i still there yeah that's that's the and you're like oh man to be undergo loose you're like yeah and nothing explain why birds just totally attacked or for two hours thanks but this did absolutely nothing to reaffirm i believe in life slight preciousness or that all ever be said forget that that was a really like sold mr state because they could make anything seemed very unsettling and then you know when they told you what happened it wouldn't help anything right nothing nothing help that roberts tackle would just read like lists the things that the person did that they had nothing to do with the cry you with the grocery store you're like man to be able to work update todd robinson was last see taking the ship in arby's parking lot yeah is like you know what that is now information i don't know where does anything for the case but it does because of the liberty grabbed bob stack but god of horror yeah me when it really would matter like whatever you were doing it was just absolutely horrifying no matter the outcome right there be like oh yeah no we've we found this bet he was dead and repeat it been hit in the head with a wrench by this i cut mad with now a jail and everything work away justice a supposed to and you're like however his hand like you d good never find anyone what they were missing even if they're like no this is exactly where is fifty four degrees latitude thirty eight degrees logic to that that's where it's is right there with hot and that is why we eventually all move to world scariest police chases because that we what you've got to playing you know you can either participate.

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"bob stack" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"bob stack" Discussed on WCTC

"Them to be alicia type in my life ex seventy cause because a guy like a maybe a little hard to them right i don't like department of sweetener i like the swimming rookie any it was sugar and it without it yeah but i kind of now i'm going to bob stacking up stocking up line seltzer if we would shots on his way to hear the hybrid it's only going to anaheim and i figure to stop term for the winner yeah the promise of sui yeah apple putting him because i bet when in the thing going on take like one on a night even apple get to teams really sweep the one at home one one i'm not yeah it was only dream agreement because of the smeets should yeah i went to the story get do get the apples and i like that some other things oh as well to go d's night and you know it's so funny after actually go down those isles really and not but you know i would have i would show coming with them of owns with them and beings can switch at nice to to find out of box yeah boxes of files now who can not related due you're still had him guess what i would by the two boxes i would become known polish or one right we're an hour and he d of you don't what about the not totally shut because who do bottle won't balls with two dollars it's ended threw for four for a fivesome to thrive midweek about wambach to be to fifty you doing something it could be gonna big vision to think oh i got a bunch of box and i know it's i think a single box would be it's amounts of that i guess it with his ego break it said it had a price on of the most five ninety nine but you go by two for nine nine.

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