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"bob stern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Forgetfulness or things like that are attributed to the way that I played sports The mode swings and the kind of zoning out and meetings you know there's times that I'll sit through a whole conversation and not pay a bit of attention to what the person would say and been thinking about other things or feel like I forget key things with my job I'm sure that hitting people like that I didn't help myself out in getting smarter by getting paid my helmet to helmet But I don't know I'm not totally a 100% ready to talk issues up to CTE yet I've got a good life here and involved in all my kids stuff and I don't forget birthdays and anniversaries and things like that So I feel like on a scale you know I'm doing I'm doing Prairie dog I'm good so I do think there is a population that's smaller of high school and collegiate athletes even in wrestling that I think have as good of a chance to be affected by it as some of the pro guys that are kind of forgotten But I think there's a pride thing that probably keeps me in from talking about things like that I think that you know it might be a sign of weakness I just don't know how that you would ever get People to come out and actually say you know I mean I guess anonymous questionnaires be the only chance or maybe the best way to get good honest I answers you know but I just don't think that no I ever really tap in truly to guys that may be experiencing or who even quietly figure CTE that was Jeff Stanley of christiansburg Virginia and listening along with us to Jeff's story is doctor bob stern a neuroscientist at the Boston University school of medicine and a cofounder of BU CT center Bob thanks for talking with us today Terrific to be on thanks Sasha You just heard Jeff's story and I'm sure it's a story you've heard many versions of before from other people When you hear a story like that how concerned do you think a person like Jeff Stanley should be about possibly developing CTE in the future Well you know I think there's a lot of extra concern out there by people who shouldn't necessarily be concerned What we're finding more and more is that the risk for CT is directly associated with the overall exposure to playing football But it's not necessarily those big hits that mister Stanley was concerned about It's not necessarily those times where he used his helmet as a weapon and knocked out the quarterback What we're finding more and more is that it's the overall amount of what we refer to as sub concussive hits These repetitive blows to the head that don't result in symptoms that don't result in the scenes stars are getting knocked out It's the routine part of the game But if Jeff Stanley took big hits like he's describing isn't it possible or even likely that he also took repetitive hits that weren't full concussions Yeah you hit the nail on the head so to speak Does that make him a CTE risk in the future Well you know what We're trying to figure that out We're trying to figure out exactly what frequency what strength what type of hits really does lead to the most increased risk later on And I think this is a key point that our understanding of CTE is still evolving You and I could spend hours talking about that But for now the short summary is that CTE can not be diagnosed until after death and it has no treatment Your center BU CTE center has diagnosed about 700 cases of CT in roughly the last I think 15 or so years maybe a little under Bob you have a theory for why CTE could only now be showing up in many former football players That's with helmet technology Would you tell us about that Yeah and it's not really even about how the technology It's about the fact that helmets create this sense of invincibility that allows football players in particular to hit their heads over and over again And the issue is this that the plastic hard cased football helmets with face masks were not used until the 1950s and 1960s That's when they really started to be used routinely in the NFL and in college football And those helmets were developed to prevent skull fractures which they did and they continued to do so very well But those big helmets and face masks allowed individuals to hit their head repeatedly against their opponent or down to the ground without feeling any pain Thus creating that sense of invincibility If we think about the timeline of when these heavy duty plastic helmets started showing up on playing fields Is the idea that if you wore one of those in the 60s 70s or 80s only now have you age to the point where you might begin to see the damage that was caused by that by using that helmet decades ago Yeah that's exactly it You know we don't really have a good grasp of the overall epidemiology of CTE at this point But it is indeed possible that there are millions of older adults who are at high risk for CTE or other long-term neurological conditions due to their history of exposure to these repetitive head impacts I've done a lot of reporting on CTE And I've talked to many people who think that the research isn't far enough along to justify the level of fear over CT among some people How do you feel about that I agree I think that we still have a huge number of answers out there that we have to find And that little kids or their parents who after a kid has a single concussion or two concussions they get this fear that oh little Johnny's going to get CTE Those are the fears that we have to squelch We just don't know enough about how much exposure at what level What I think is becoming clearer however is that people who had a lot of these hits are at increased risk and the greater the overall number of years and the number of hits people get the greater the risk there is in the study after study for developing this.
"bob stern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"All things considered on 93.9 FM and AMA 20 WNYC good afternoon on my own Levinson coming up the runoff in Chile's presidential election puts a far right candidate against a young far left candidate And then NPR Sasha Pfeiffer speaks with the man who's concerned about CTE and with neuroscientist bob stern who explains why more cases of CTE may emerge decades after plastic helmets became commonplace That's all coming up on WNYC WNYC supporters include New York Presbyterian helping New Yorkers stay amazing also write a New York's number one hospital according to the 2021 2022 U.S. news and World Report rankings More information at dot org slash stay amazing Winter solstice the longest night of the year And for some one of the most important holidays of the year called yalda This week on the United States of anxiety we celebrate the poetry food and history of a beautiful Persian solstice tradition Learn how this night has shaped U.S. culture in ways many probably don't realize It's coming up Live tonight at 6 on W in Weiss It's all things considered on WNYC Tomorrow and the Brian lair's show and exit interview with The Bronx borough president Ruben Diaz junior after 8 years in office How's The Bronx doing And what should a successor Vanessa Gibson know Plus calls from restaurant workers on how they're coping with staff shortages and rising.
"bob stern" Discussed on ActionPacked
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"bob stern" Discussed on How Many Podcast
"Up because people smarter than being new year the one who said right when we did our preseason pick gary the you would swap right now mccartney for galvin like let's bake him head coach and let's move forward. I am worried we're gonna lose. After this season. I guess in a perfect world. We win the super bowl mccartney says okay. I'm out proved. I can do it with two teams here. We go kelvin It's now your teeth. And i'm also kind of i'm a little bit with bob stern talking about like okay we we were tired of garrett being casual and so now then we're kind giving mccartney a hard time and after three wins. Were like well if he stays out of the way we can win that. So little crappy. Okay so first of all i liked like i don't want to make this sound like i don't like him in the inevitable question of what i swapped killing more. The answer is yes. Because i think what we're looking at there is a little bit of parcels and sean payton and at this very moment in time and at that very moment time bill parcells the superior head coach. Sean payton probably so would kill him more immediately. Step in and be an upgrade to mccarthy right. now how did he would. Maybe maybe not. There's some clock management stuff and things like that happened almost every single game questionable whether they call don't call a timeout or take the penalty and forced into in second twenty-seven instead of third for that kind of thing. There are those every single game so accord these along way from perfect but in years past if we lost one or two key players. This team was done for the year they were done. And now you go out there without lamb collins without demarcus lawrence without kiana. Neil all of those guys are starting and highest level. Starters without gallup cal all these guys and yet they're still cranking out wins you go back to last year. They lost the entire offensive line twice. They were starting fours and fives out there without dak prescott without first string or a second-string offensive line with the worst defensive unit that the teams ever seen in history and mccarthy almost got them to the playoffs garrett couldn't squeeze six wins out of that team. I'm not gonna say that. I don't appreciate what mccarthy has done. But i also think that when i look at long term i think about kevin's relationship with dak with decks understanding. This offense as it is because this is not a mccarthy office. Is that the case if kellyanne leaves because right now dak prescott walks to the line of scrimmage with twenty five seconds left on the play clock he looks at what the defense is doing. And then he puts the team into a situation that is advantageous. No matter what the defense is doing based on what we do. I'll put us in a play. The and it takes years to get to that level and he's had years with kellyn more. We really want to start over with dak and year seven year. Eight with a new guy that comes in here and thinks. Look at all the pretty toys i've got. Let me do this with my offense and we'll be even better. Well mike nolan but we were going to be even better and see how that worked out. My biggest fear is the scheme change. And i would rather have the young head coach and the young gish quarterback pull a belichick and brady. It's been twenty years together. Then to have mike mccarthy for three or four or five more years so i would do the swap defensive side of the ball dan. Quinn is a genius. He's not ten points per game off of what we were given up last year..
"bob stern" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Emmys are scheduled for september nineteenth support for npr and the following message. Come from american express. When's the last time you took a day off or had a meal changed your clothes. Yup sounds like it's definitely time for that break. Luckily amex is here to help you. Get some meantime with offers dining shopping and travel some of the many things you can expect when you're with amex learn more at american express dot com slash with amex terms apply. The stone face is a nineteen sixty three novel by the black reporter and fiction. Writer william gardner smith. It's just been released in a new edition by new york review books and it tells the story of a writer who like smith himself moves to paris in hopes of finding a freedom he couldn't find in america are critic at large. John powers says that this book addresses issues. That could hardly feel more timely today. In recent years many americans have been attempting to reckon with this country's harsh racial history. One happy offshoot of this often unhappy reckoning is that we're discovering glories of black culture that have been undervalued or simply nord and just the last couple of weeks we've had quest- loved summer of soul above the utopian one thousand nine hundred sixty nine harlem cultural festival and the one and only dick gregory about the suave groundbreaking comedian who justices career began to soar. Would skip five thousand dollars night. Gigs in order to head south to fight for civil rights at one point gregory son says his father used to tell him that. You can't really understand any aspect of life until you see the other side. You can't understand happiness and mess you've been unhappy. Can't understand good health. Unless you've been ill. I thought about this as i read the stone face. A nineteen sixty three novel by william gardner smith a black journalist and novelist. I'd never heard of until. I came across this brand new reprint which includes an elegant and useful introduction by adam schatz in one of literature's most romanticized realms the world of americans hanging out in paris. The stone starts out offering a vision of paradise then reveals the other side. The hero siemian brown is a philadelphia journalist. Who wears a piratical. I patch after losing an eye in a racist attack. Following in the tradition of josephine. Baker james baldwin. He moves too late fifties. Paris and enters. Ex-pat bohemia well there's acquaintances are largely for pleasure and the good exchange rate. His african american comrades have come to breathe air. That's free you've racism. Siemian hefty pal babes. Is i came over to get out from under them. People in their prejudice was on the verge of making me thin at first. Paris is heaven. Assuming bob stern clubs and eat food greens and mart the french treaty. With respect he's never known. He gets romantically entangled with a beautiful polish emigre. Maria an aspiring actress who turns her what she calls the froth of life then one night he tussled with algerian guy whom the cops arresting simeon go the next day the algerians friends yellowed him. He how does it feel to be a white man as he comes to know them. Better and learns about algeria bitter struggle for independence from france. He discovers it in paris. Arabs especially algerians. Suffer the same views that black people do in america now. Lots of famous american writers have written about life and expect paris. Well smith doesn't read the memorable prosecco baldwin ernest hemingway janet flannel few do. He's a skillful writer who saw beyond his own circle to capture a social rupture in france. The persists in today's racial conflicts. The stone face explores the shifting nature of cultural identity and social oppression. Nobody is holy innocent well. Simeon suffered racism in america in france. The algerians the pariahs as a polish jew. Maria survived the nazi staggering cruelty only to encounter the virulent anti-jewishness of simians algerian friends smith bills to a harrowing account of the infamous slaughter on october seventeenth nineteen sixty one when police murdered scores. Maybe hundreds of peaceful algerian demonstrators tossing many of their bodies into the sane all of this confronts him in his own privilege and being treated properly his black friends. All know what's going on but having found a safe haven in paris. Choose not to risk being deported. For interfering in french politics ashamed by his own self protective instincts simeon must answer the gnawing question faced by many white people today when you know that your own comfort is violently denied to others of a different color or ethnishity. What part of that comfort will you sacrifice to fight for justice. Dick gregory used to joke. That african americans like football because the one time in american life that a black guy white guy and forty thousand people. Would you just as that line feels a slightly witty today as it did in nineteen sixty one so the issue smith raises in his novel resonate at least as much now as they did six decades ago. Smith may not be hemingway but next to the stone faces portrait of the frothy. But risk torn paris a moveable feast seems as ancient and fanciful as a midsummer night's dream. John powers reviewed the stone. Face by william gardner smith first published in nineteen sixty. Three coming up. We remember civil rights. Activist bob moses. Who died sunday at age eighty six. This is fresh air. This message comes from. Npr sponsor fx presenting the new original series reservation dogs from sterling harjo. And tyco not reservation. 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Summer which recruited college students mostly white students from the north to come down to mississippi to help in the effort to register. African americans to vote and to bring the country's attention to mississippi's entrenched white supremacy here. He is at a news conference announcing.
"bob stern" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Of cash, and the U. S attorney and the FBI says there is a culture of corruption in the city of Cincinnati. Joan and you and I now is the mayor of our city. John Cranley and John Cranley. Welcome again in the Bill Cunningham showing John How are you? Bill? I'm good, Happy Veterans man claiming my dad. It was a Vietnam veteran. And to all the veteran Jack J. J is a good man. Later on. We have a couple of veterans coming up Warren Davidson and bread Winston, but until then, Can you respond to the United States Government and the personages of the U. S Attorney and the FBI saying that in in your city of Cincinnati that there is a culture of corruption and you're the mayor? Well, I think it's ah agree just breach of public trust to council members have been arrested for bribery. And I'm glad that they're going to excise out. The corruption is not how I conduct myself or the city administration. Two City Council members legislative body, not the executive body. But yes, it's a sad day for the city. And it's totally outrageous. Ah, and considering the fact that they have him on tape, I hope Councilman past will resign immediately and hope and I still pray. I mean, I pray for him and his family and his wife is pregnant. But This is a outrageous breach of public trust, and and he needs to resign immediately. Well, many of these acts are going on really over a two year period. Did you have an inkling a suspicion, a sense that something was going awry? That money was exchanging hands. Tom Gableman, the attorney. Yeah, hoo! Ah! Was a lawyer for the county on the riverfront. Got bags of cash given to giving you two my Denard and now I guess $55,000 in cash, A monthly stipend up to $300,000 more with Jeff Pastor A Sze Yu were presiding. Did you notice anything going on? That looked a little bit of scans that the wrong people were getting these development projects. The and the and the right people like in Duque, we're told We got a problem in Duque, who's been used by the city quite often, and full disclosure. I have I know who he is. I've seen him a couple of times. We had a discussion once or twice. Not about this, but about other more friendly matters. Seems like up straight guy seems good. Did you have any suspicion? As the mayor of our city? This was going on. No, but I think you described the Gableman story with my Denard and obviously the stories at least two different people giving money to Jeff Pastor. Council members shouldn't our legislators are not supposed to be dealmakers, and I said that yesterday my public statement, so I have for years said publicly that council member should stop. Micromanaging economic development deals. I had no idea that there were crimes involved. But it's outrageous. It was bad policy, regardless of criminality. But now we see the council members have been arrested in him. The brought shame onto the city over the last six months, and you know I go back. You know, many years now and Served with great people like David Man whose service in the seventies and served with Charlie Lukin and Mark Mallory. I think about you know, great, Like Murray season good and it would be rolling over in his grave, and Bob Stern and Just a tradition of good government has really been besmirched by the City Council over the last six months. Well, I'm sure you did not know. But should you have known as the leader of our cities? Should you have known what was going on in City Council and you're the mayor. Do you take responsibility for any of this? I didn't know that people are committing crimes. People. Criminals are responsible for criminal behavior. And and these are criminal acts and I'm glad they're being arrested. No. I can tell you that I I operate in the utmost honesty. Integrity may agree or disagree with my policies. But I take public service is a sacred duty. And absolutely not. I can tell you this, though, Bill You know, we will oppose anything that we see like this and to me. No right now. January 1st 2021 2021. The people of Ohio are goingto suffer a tax hike based on the bribery scheme on HP. Six. Now I don't believe the governor or a lot of other people are corrupt, like Larry Household is corrupt. What I think they should repeal the tax immediately. And the fact is that that not only was that the worst bribery scheme in the history of Ohio But the payoff was to raise your taxes in mind on our utility bills every month, and that's going into effect on January 1st. So first of all any any corrupt active has brought to my attention. I will oppose And I believe the same standards should apply to the state of Ohio who are about to raise our taxes. January 1st in exchange for the bribery that led us to HP six now in the last two years, according to media accounts, and I have Sharon coolers coming up later on. On this matter, and many of us believe in the media. There is other shoes to drop it in the future. I would imagine the last two years the Jeff pastor and to my Denard before she resigned from council about six months ago. Voted on numerous deal says wasn't the only one and I'd be hard pressed to believe that Jeff Pastor only did this one time and he was caught Just this one time Is the city gonna review over the last two years? All the development deals in which Jeff Pastor or to my Denard had an interest in voted in to determine whether those deals are the result of corrupt behavior. Absolutely absolutely. And this is exactly the same standard that should apply to the state of Ohio who are raising our taxes. January 1st as the payoff for the bribery of HB six, and the governor can call a special session of General Assembly to repeal it. It needs to be repealed immediately and similarly, if there are no tax hikes that we approve, But if there was something like that That Pastor tomorrow would be involved. That would absolutely call for a revote and and we will absolutely look into that Mayor. Have you cooperated with or given statements to the FBI or other law enforcement? Whenever asked. Absolutely. But I have not been involved in these cases. A lot of these deals work behind the scenes and what you talk in the hallway. I can't imagine the shallot shall I say the grace of City Council? Legislative bodies When you now you are you under suspicion in the sense that if I talked to someone And Jeff Pasture or tomato are the next person to fall. I'm kind of led to believe there's atleast one more person involved and knowing that you might be taped. Doesn't it make it difficult to do the city's business when massive criminal fraud is taking place among council members and that there's tape recordings of what occurred with developers? And with lawyers and others doesn't make it difficult to do your job in the city when you have criminal indictments, Plus.
"bob stern" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Of the day the Glenn Beck program right here on five seventy K. L. I. F. I want to begin by quoting from the movie blazing saddles the great slim Pickens is that what in the wide wide world of sports is going on yeah that's what a lot of people are trying to figure out when the news broke late yesterday morning the Dallas Stars head coach Jim Montgomery was fired for quote unprofessional conduct not much being said about what that means don't know what it means that we don't really expect to find out right now but we do expect to get some insight into the organization the institution of the Dallas Stars in of the National Hockey League Bob stern from our sister station thirteen ten the ticket great to hockey fan and expert morning Bob good morning of your own no real good this is got a bit have have bus just slammed you may be harder than anybody downstairs yeah you know I'm not the right crazy about it it it stinks I absolutely the joy of this organization have you know I've even a season ticket holder so I try to be a try to be good media member but I also certainly enjoyed my hockey and it I we've got to get times together but they that off off the ice it's it's been a rocky twelve eighteen months around here give any idea what's going on here I mean can you kind of read between the lines yeah you can you can wildly speculate and and and and I certainly have been my head at least but I mean it's it's it's personal conduct and you know the the you know we can continue to cross things off the list and we assume you know in the in the in coach Montgomery's personal life he took a wrong turn and one that the stars felt they had to take swift action and then in a you know that a lot of that is often handled through to to make sure that a corporation or in this case a sports franchise does not does not suffer damage from from the public both locally and nationally for not taking swift action so I mean it sounds pretty severe and we may never fully know the details and you know we can debate whether we should or not yeah I definitely know some people demand answers I just I don't know how you do that if there's a you know innocent victim or or you know and and and they did to go so far to say not a criminal act so so we will take them at their word there but you know we're we're we're continuing to to try to figure out what's at the source of this but in the end it was something that they didn't need much time to decide that this guy not code for hockey team even last night in the game against New Jersey they thought you know that's probably going to be a really bad look if we if we even wait till Wednesday to do this so he needs to be fired right here right now yeah it's it's easy to understand for many possible reasons why it's really none of our business what happened involving one guy in his personal life and maybe somebody else's personal life and so forth on the other hand the hope the terrible thing of the insidious part about not knowing is that it could it it could the paint Jim Montgomery in a in a light that he certainly doesn't deserve because the mind you naturally goes to you know sexual improprieties or or a we're the weird behavior in the locker room and that kind of thing right in a you know knowing I suppose said at that point if it comes down to his choice I suppose if he wants to clear the air and reveal details I I suppose that that's that's a he has every right to to do that on its own I mean it's his life but at the same time it's very possible that the the details are are hit a way to you know to to attempt to preserve his family or any future coaching no situation so you know quite possibly with with the stars choosing back so swiftly he has something that he would rather not say as well so you know it becomes a stand to put everyone in a weird spot it stands media pack mention being a player or an assistant coach and you know how many times are you asked in a given day and how may times of Tyler Sagan and Jamie Benn already been asked questions that even if they know the answer they know they can't say anything what o'conner take their their city not so there's just just any number of uncomfortable situation it's reminiscent of Ron Washington but it does it goes we later found out what that deal was well we don't we did it it it is there a couple different situations and and the Rangers had to tap dance around that and for a while they want to keep him as a manager when I was when it was one incident with cocaine and you know but it was another incident place without his personal a love life and so forth and so these these are definitely sensitive you know the avenues that that guy I guess become part of the sports world but but you know I I could I could I could definitely live with just talking about the game sometimes real quick in thirty seconds or less tells about the new coach they won last night can he keep the momentum going well he's a very experienced Rick Bowness has been in this game as a coach since the early eighties so on new year's day he will coach instead that gate he also has two other system to a bad head coaches as well it's a very talented team so I assume they will continue to play a great hockey but I will also assume that this is one of the bigger distractions any of them I've ever had to deal with thank you so much for your time this morning we're gonna try to get back to you of that great day when the when the cowboys enter the Superbowl this year the lady is there's lobsterman from our system a long time but of course on bad radio with the Denver dole between noon and three all right seven fifty five let's get update on traffic.
"bob stern" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Days on the ticket in Dallas how you doing Bob how we doing tonight I'm all right man so let's start with do you like you know doing the show every day and everything over the years here and it just is like a it's like a broken record this whole every single season the entire year all they ever talk about it would appear to me is that Jason Garrett's gonna get fired does it ever get painful de is that there's a here we go again does it ever bother you well Judy I I I like it that there is a lot all the time but you're also look back to twenty twelve don't be he was hired the quake three twenty ten twenty eleven and okay with my twenty twelve you don't use it that way RG Serena a blown ACL pizza but a bustling game at the end of the year Ralph Waldo occurred a couple bad picks there and I kind of thought you could make a case that checks for this job twenty thirteen the we use that eight consecutive December eight backup quarterbacks Josh McCown in Chicago and Matt would agree the Green Bay game they were up twenty six per year at halftime Matt freaking land and they let them get away and second studies seventeen in Atlanta with China's Greek give up six that's great for them they didn't give their lack Kaplan the help was tiring was her secret suspended I thought he should have been fired that are so you know there's there's there's a so many times I thought Jeez he's coach state the game but they are will offense to that it it it it never changes he never gets fired owns solid but you know and you know just the idea that if he would ever you know do something crazy enough to get fired just seems hard to believe now so I try to keep up the energy I try to fight the good fight but at a certain point you just throw up your hands and say this guy now that barber Lewis's out he might be the most on fireball coach of the in the business yeah it's crazy I'm miles I came back and that guy lasted but this guy is like the teflon don apparently did you know Jerry just keeps it you know defending him and then he was defending the officiating today he was defending the new pass or parents role does it get to a point ever where you guys down there because I loved it now do you think that because we say up here not that we we don't matter at all about your business in Dallas but you know I'm on there so I always am interested but we we are always saying that like somebody needs to get Jerry to stop I know it'll never happen but we need to get him to stop talking like NATO stopped doing interviews because it's gotten to the point where he's like that it's it seems like he's like the all you know that grandpa that twenty starts drinking Scott she just starts let not all the family secrets well I I don't know that that necessarily that part the truth to be honest he he is usually most interviewed order in the NFL if you will say let's because he's the general manager and that we know how round and round that conversation goes partly because he hired a selfless general manager thirty seasons ago it is absolutely on fire balls well and we also could argue how much he actually does any key work as I don't see him scouting terribly hard at the senior bowl or if your account binary thing like that although he does show up at both places because that's where he gets interviewed every year so there's a there's a number of frustrating things about the entire operation he is a brilliant brilliant brilliant businessman who has turned his hundred fifty million dollar purchase and all five billion dollar franchise right nobody can question that at the end of the day if you were to ask the question what's more important to all right now a successful worldwide business the Dallas Cowboys more the Superbowl champion Dallas Cowboys and you have to pick one you can't have both you have to pick one or the other what's more important growing the brand to the most unstoppable financial force of the universe or winning it all and I kind of think we know the answer based on the last twenty five years yeah I think you're right and so there's no denying it how huge they are there's no denying that their relevance and their money and and what its words and and everything else I have to tell you though like I was sitting watching the game Sunday right here in New York and I am not do it you know I'm not a jets fan or giants fan or anything and I don't I don't I really don't I actually you know like the cowboys better and both of them but I have to tell you that I was in my mother in law was just hammering drinks and we're having dinner and she was just she loves the that you get out the cute little corner back for a jet Sam Donald she just thinks he's adorable and she's as party and get hammered and she was screaming and yelling meanwhile I had laid a nap and I was ready to knock her face off and I was just ready to take a bad to our because I couldn't take it and I was just like oh my god and I'm watching this team the cowboys just implode one down one series after an ax me wanting them on Sunday made me want to puke they look so bad well and especially coming up to lawsuits and all cases you could argue in those games we should not a lost either one of those games because our plane Assange about drew Brees in the plane the Packers without any wide receivers and in both cases that when they took you know if you ever want to help like they were the better team I bet they may is that when you came started with foreplay nobody felt that way when the game and do it so to put those two performances back to back and then the show up there then you're in New Jersey are out there and the kind of be clear on both sides of the ball again it's just it's it's it's pretty disappointing because team at three you know and some some very very high hopes and these kind of given all their profits back now it's a long long season and you know you'd be filled up the on Sunday you're feeling good going if you're by weekend but it did nothing do you hear on your you know they they just can't deal with success and it feels like they want they've lost no three consecutive games that honestly in each case like they were really under it changed on that Sunday and I realized that the but you just you you look at a team and you say okay you know they're talented their deep this is this is the year they're not going to under achievement and of course a year ago it yet so that they can still when is the vision because I think the giants and Redskins staying at a big beat belly it's a huge win and now I don't care about all the the guarantees and Peters and all this other nonsense what I care about is how are they gonna beat valley and how much money is dak Prescott worth now that he is loved so terrible lately well you know these these are these are good questions I mean the eagle have plenty of their own problems including no defensive backs that covered and honestly it's amazing that they didn't you border trusted in the off season because that was the entire tea over the last year down the stretch is they had no corners since and even when they're healthy they still really don't have any corners they're just slightly better purchase of it so the eagles have their own problems and I you know I'd like to think the cowboys get into that now the long term situation with that of course is a bit of a complex one as as our half the quarterbacks in this league it seems like we're you know we're sure Baker Mayfield is great and then he's not in the orchard clear golf is great and then you started you know round and round we go out many of these guys that is is is is certainly no different and and for the most part you know for instance out Sunday there was not a lot wrong with his game plan with with this performance but the game plan in particular was so dark conservative and they were treating the jets like they were taking on you know the the twenty ten rex Ryan's jets or something like that but there it be super careful when they came to town it and then you know the church had no confidence whatsoever so the cowboys to go in there was such a vanilla game plan where they ran the ball seventy percent of the time of purchase down eighty percent of the time red Sox like they they stopped trusting their past you can begin and I get it Marty Cooper was out Randall Cobb was eloquent skill this is when you have a quarterback you believe in you are you allow him to do more than one and what you're allowed to do what separates that feeding seeker right into the teens and that sets the line in just sitting there third and long and you know it's you it's very frustrated that your for in Indian callin Morris first year we're still kind of going back to the Jason Garrett we're working to be super careful we're going to run the ball and run the ball and run the ball your excellent long then why would you pay a quarterback thirty thirty five million dollars even if you still don't trust you why don't you trust the smell of girls games away I mean this is a genus with here Jack has the reputation of taking care of the ball but yet to do what they did on Sunday just did make a lot of sense so I got two questions ray respectively I got about ninety seconds first one you do the stars games on TV and everything what do you think of they're horrible start there are you know we can't write expectations they they put a lot into this it took about you they they are the shore they got a lot of kids they really like it and here they go right out of the gates and it's kind of the same old same old the special teams are garbage the the the top six two hundred off they're not sure what they have left Jamie bent you know work they're they're they're hoping Corey Perry himself but but you and I both know what you see is best things so I I I hate to say it but they are like their critical condition we just got out of the gate yeah and lastly hi Todd posing as and and dont judge looked incredible last night I think they're gonna really go off playing together I think that that I mean we never stop saying is let this wrapped in any gained muscle like twenty pounds of muscle I think it looks fantastic it looks great the supporting cast is going to be the issue they're going to have lots of open shots but do they have enough players not get down they really needed to get a third piece the summer they came up empty again that self receptor yet some some other spare parts and stuff very fine but it's not quite the level that they were dreaming of it you know this west is so low difficult that a CDL Regus numbers what forty wins they're going to be exciting but are they going to be in over five hundred that's the question I love dancers I think he's just an absolute just sickening talent I mean this guy just absolutely fills it up like no other I can't get enough of them I love watching the Dallas gays because I am and posing as he can flat out play and shoot and block shots and so those two together I think you're going to be very magical down in Dallas for awhile so I'm a big fan of Bob great staff and I always get to get jobs at everybody in Dallas at the ticket for us you guys gotta take it easy hi Bob stern from the ticket in Dallas is getting hot day would J. Bannerman.
"bob stern" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"But they couldn't go to those other guys they needed him to do that today because if he didn't do that and they brought lions or half or any of those other guys in instead of being to nothing in the fifth or sixth or seventh inning when the actual capital runs it could've been seven nothing is those guys were poured tons of gasoline on a fire he needed to settle down and thankfully he did Hey Hey Hey if they had to have that today they could score bottom line today was on the I got is slider was terrible it was his fastball was the only thing I was working at all and it was he on the fast ball in it and they weren't biting on the change of either so that was like for me it just I just in a you know the member that but was it the Bragman it bad the first at bat in the first inning when a guy out off like ten pages and he was up there for ten minutes I thought that was all I needed that now he couldn't get it now he mentally got in but that guy had the greatest it bad ever and just drained him thirty six page first inning just in each can have it for what the Yankees are trying to do I just was like I got a five I was watching them too I was watching the game and I'm thinking to myself how is this guy he can't get anybody out how's he going to beat him you can I get out it was about a struggling scenario I've ever seen that guy and we just couldn't get anybody out his stuff wasn't working that day once told by his pitches at all and their timing was off on the fastball but if they you know key on that guy if they base and again in my opinion they let him up that's that's what I'm worried about because I I don't I had to be honestly I just don't have faith in him I really don't it's not the same denture that member that he was that he was there dominating ace and he got injured he missed the whole season and he came back in September and this is what we're getting he's never been good in the playoffs period right in those even those other years he's not good in the playoffs it's unbelievable how good he is and then in the plaza shops it really is unbelievable multi disciplinary about it later Bob stern will be up first busy day today by the way the NLCS is going on seven four nats trying to sweep in the seventh top half of the seven nobody on nobody out is that about accurate I think it's seven four so there you go and it was seven to one I was seven nothing that's how they were upset in the first inning right seven in the first so they're trying to finish it off tonight in DC and that lead is tenuous seven four and a busy day for the rams they acquired Jaylen complainer Ramsey from the Jack for two first round picks and a fourth rounder so they also send cornerback Marcus Peters and raven so they're just traded for last year right they got him now they got rid of incentive this year too big of a price tag of Iran's abated Baxter struggling defense because now they have no first round draft pick for the next five years literally and I won't deny Jaylen Ramsey's a great player and maybe that'll change their fortunes because they certainly haven't played like a Superbowl team this year have they the Titans of make a quarterback change after a two and four start that is seen their offense better as Ryan Tannehill will replace Marcus Mariota will ten it'll be that much of an upgrade eight five five two one two four CDS to get on a.
"bob stern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Hey good evening everybody will come on and it is indeed Friday it is the end of the week end of a very long week three re re week here tough week really to really I guess the first full week of October of October first was on a Tuesday so you could say is the the second week of October and it does seem to suggest then we will have winter afterall we will have fall and if you don the Cape tonight you're probably getting rained on so hang in there we're here from eight until midnight tonight we being myself into shock the producer the program and rob Brooks they're in the control room all set to take your telephone calls we have several topics that I know we will get to tonight will also have a twenty of our and will lighten up a little bit the twenty of our is you know we spend twenty hours week twenty hours every week Monday through Friday from eight AM to midnight five days times four hours a night that's twenty hours and we we tend to lighten up the last hour unless there's something really bad going on cell tonight I think we can get to a light final our first hour tonight we're going to talk about the Boston Marathon bombers concerned about being executed well he says some time to think about it we'll we'll talk about it Elizabeth ward at nine o'clock has unveiled her L. G. B. T. E. Q. rights plan and apparently has now come out in favor of transgender sex change surgery for prison inmates that's a change from her position in twenty twelve but Hey will unbelievable well we'll talk about that probably during the nine o'clock hour and then at ten o'clock we will have with us on the phone a Boston Herald columnist Jessica hassle and we're going to talk about the front page story in the hell today which says that now on Sesame Street a new character has been introduced and that character we'll introduce little kids I mean kids who watch how old are the kids who watch Sesame Street ten fourteen eighteen now the two three good introducing the concept concept of addiction a is for addiction is the headline of the hell today and I think that's a very appropriate headline well first off I want to talk about a story that that we tend not to identify by name the Boston Marathon bomber so on a hit that his name on this some program will remain the Boston Marathon bomber I don't want to Sally this program with the name of this animal he is currently incarcerated at the supermax federal prison in Colorado and he has of course some very interesting town cell mates or prison mates out there the Unabomber Ted Kaczynski he was a sweetheart he's out there nine eleven conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui and Oklahoma City bombing cohort Terry McNichols a Timothy McVeigh has already been dispensed with if the I. trader Robert Hanssen who spied for the Soviets and shoe bomber Richard Reid who could forget that piece of work one of the blow up a plane flying into Detroit it was on Christmas day several years ago that all that information is all of today's Boston Herald piece by Stephan Geller so here's the deal I'm bomber Boston bomber this only if there are only two of them I'm one thankfully is dead on he was run over by Boston bomber who still life so Boston bomber was convicted here in federal court in Boston and now he faces the death penalty remember he was the guy that was caught the backyard hiding cowering in the boat over here in Watertown and I guess was one of the the the cutting edge magazines have the picture of the of Boston bomber the allied Boston bomber I with this here toss sold and sort of look like a rockstar well you probably don't look like a rockstar today so he's his lawyers while the two hundred and seven page appeal and basically through everything in there except the kitchen sink and probably to the kitchen sink in as well they argue that even get a fair trial to the drawers were completely honest and that they could have a no jury picked in eastern Massachusetts for this case because everybody knew about it that's not the legal standard and Sir I may have was convicted and sentenced to death now William Penn a little bit of a jury here when you think about it there were three individuals killed on Boylston street including thank you Richard low voice eight years old he would be a teenager today if these are two animals had decided they weren't they had decided not to plant two bombs two pressure cooker bombs on Boylston street is people watch the Boston Marathon and then a few days later I think was on Thursday on the that week that horrific week here in Boston MIT police officer Sean collier was executed was that then led to the chase that ended up in Watertown and Boston bomber number two being captured on Friday and Bob stern bomber number one being run over by Boston bomber number two I don't mean to laugh but it was a pretty ignominious end so here's my question okay here's my question we talk about the death penalty on the show a lot and on this night I don't particularly care if you have some religious objection to the death penalty if you have religious objections that belly you can call up you could stated I'm not going to argue with you because if you can't find it in your heart to agree with me that this guy not only should get the death penalty but that death penalty should have been imposed a couple of years ago why are we still allowing this this piece this piece of garbage hi to breeze clean Colorado air now push the lawyers will be compensated very well by taxpayers because he can't afford lawyers of his own and he will have some fine lawyers their names appeared in the in.
"bob stern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Feeling better and healing we talked about Tom Randy healing process and how it works and a little bit about who it might help but I want to get a little bit into more more into who we might help because I feel like Hey in the overnight a lot of people are up with medical issues they they're up because they can't sleep because they have medical issues I know for a fact that there is I was in a word press take answer and his father also has prostate cancer there is a listener with kidney disease and there's a list there where the well I don't know Dave in San Francisco I'm thinking we have questions about this this is right up your alley David I know you're recovering from a stroke and I don't know if we can ask that kind of thing can be helpful what can a stroke can stroke rehabilitation we help with his healing we have seen we had a woman move up here from Transylvanian she had a stroke seventeen years ago and they told or no hope and she actually moved up here and got a job at UMass Boston and she skips now she takes a golf lessons it's incredible that to see the transformation and in a year she's not here now so I think from I attend anywhere between four to six of Tom's weekly classes yeah they're free anyone can attend and they're just so inspiring I I tell people is it's more entertaining than television the stories are real yeah I'm pretty much repeatedly the only thing that I've heard you say that he can't fix is regrow cartilage so if it's a bone on bone he can help with information but regrowing cartilage is probably the one thing he's not able to do but you name it cancer heart disease GI digestion issues any type of emotional issues infertility you name it to anything that is affected by blood flow and blood flow gets white blood cells and healing to the area and nutrition or neurological pathways correct muscular that's right circulatory or nervous system that the two keys thrown around what do I Carlos Carlos is very a vascular vascular is very I've asked you don't know this about me I used to be in the medical business I was in the operating room I was a surgical technician so I have a kind of a handle on the anatomy yes which kind of makes this whole thing more even more interesting to me did tell me a few stories of patience well the one thing I would I like to tell people especially if their new when they come to a class for the first time it listed here and they see people banging on a doll and the right I saw that you saw that right yeah and and I always have my husband with me next in all this is the Bob stern this is the Bob story and within a couple minutes of the class starting if you look at his hands there is right as your shirt yep from the energy flow now what is Moses hasn't received the energy as well as his face as well so it's not just the hands but that's where it's really evident because that's usually the part that's not because we are that's not covered it and it's incredible he so relaxed he sitting there half asleep and I think because he so relaxed I think it hits him more but I I will show that to people as a first time to say look what's happening the energy is here there isn't a here's a a concrete example he leaves the room the classes over the hands return to normal so I think that's a really kind of inspiring and and again people that can't make it to the classes there's about twelve sessions a week that you can call in a one eight hundred number and have someone work with you over the phone how does that work they have a dollar hammer and you may call in and say you know I have arthritis or I have an autoimmune disease ray of lines disease and they have certain points that they'll tap and the person will receive on the other end you can also watch the healing courses toms and others live on broadcast and all those are on the website is a curious thing can can energy be sent by wave of broadcasts because that's not that's not a real it's not a brain wave in that broadcast a video is not sending brain waves right yes yes they these then the brain wave is no time no space we talked about this a little bit and when I was at your office it transcends time and space can you and you kind of explain that can you kind of explain it again how that works the brain wave for the day in the medical side then other than stocked improve day this means that the brain wave from one state they can go there not the state Hey this easy the check by there the machine EKG EEG so like your V. like I to the people who always and calmer so yeah call Monday them in the hospital can you do it to the hospital yes we thought that the people to the hospital so when the view toward the house we go with what ones they made the symbol in the husband or their people in a comma usually hold up in this scene hi Pete also Jane temperature and blood plasma so do in one two five meaning on the treatment on the phone thank you can see their phone number keep changing all right so V. waking up hello either the P. you ball even though they in their hospitals so we thought out they cut the cases also Julie can you add to that how many of add some details of what Tom said sure what what he's saying is that basically it's it's the intention and their intention transcends time and space so you can be in circling this person in the hospital room that might be in a coma or it can be done over the phone by people and it's and it's basically a way of kind of tapping into the collective to focus the end tension on this person okay and and you will see the monitors have shown the heart rate will change the blood sure we'll talk soon the oxygen it's just incredible what can happen just losing the collective well he somebody on from Hong Kong who's in her answer you probably know do you know at login L. Johnson yes hi Elton Elton is in Hong Kong hello hi hi so what can now what would you like to say or ask yeah I would discipline conduct we saw all the Hong Kong somewhat good people the news at all the national on mine also come kind of a machine Bradley but because it's tough okay and yes I will be sending from all my my creation I usual devotion to lose all the best out of P. and machine at the beginning she wore the stage four cancer so you are you I want to clarify it sounds like you're a practitioner of tongue ran and you also get a higher patient why why why I have a learning built the metal and knees AGA Taiwan China somewhere else in age yeah okay Sir tell the story of the patient tell me the story I want to ensure a year anything all that because the hospital under all of you and enough but to solve the problem because yeah sixty seven two cans of sale already spent the whole point after using the machine I want to use often totally free okay good I have to stop you there are two things you speak of a machine and maybe maybe Julie can answer the question about the machine is talking about what do you what well it's a time his Simpson machines that that it might be a little bit too much for for for tonight but think Bonelli some they don't know the some quantum physics okay principles entanglement injury when you say machine it it includes the things that you make out of common household items right the calendars etcetera so it's not really machine it's they call him if you build devices different materials correct that help focus the energy yes okay yes and you also talked about the tools at the same thing or is it different same same thing okay okay and don't have Alan I just want to clean clear that up yeah anything else out well yes and so I just love shopping to be a lot of people can get it and I want to just occurred to people it's difficult to tell you all right thank you so much of the region and now a Jenny N. Weymouth hello Jenny I proudly excuse my voice ever and a lot recalled sounds I just want to point out Jenny that this as I told you this does not count against your weekly copy I'm going on this is a freebie today go ahead yeah hi Tom Julie and I thank you all for doing the show taking up your time I have a friend Kathleen that started to teach how many years ago she traveled to New York and other places with you Tom she had mice the muse Kravis when she met you and she's just done I actually met her in the parking lot that's how we became friends she was with her Walker and she could barely move but she had dropped her the card under her again and I just saw this woman that looked into stressed and anyway over the years I see are now walking incredibly well happy light filled in it's a beautiful thing and she gets all the credit two years so it's been a remarkable thing to witness I have a family member that has heart failure and I'm just wondering as far as what what are you kind of address what I was gonna ask people that aren't in a position for whatever reason to go to a session it's all been recorded the or wherever I'm Kathleen had mentioned to me about online and now I Julie just reference the phone I just wanted to know the efficacy of these types of things and also if the information about how to how to reach out for that is that on the website was it Tom and station yes yes the website is Tong ren station dot com that's T. O. N. like Nancy G. Tong ren R. E. N. station dot com so that's where you can find the information on the broadcasts that are that you can just watch online you can also log again and and write your complaint and then those will be your addressed as well that you'll also find that you can also find the toll free number to call in for for those weekly classes and you know we have people that have called in for years that never even come to a class but they just you know achieve great benefits just from phoning in a to be honest I've never done the call in because I figure as long as Tom is local and I can come six days a week I do conduct of heart failure is that something I heard you talk about heart disease we'd go out under the hot problem include the high K. we have a full be we have a high can sell also UVD rallied rear here the hot cancer but we have a full of people and not the one the first time when I eat in their WBC they they also confirmed create things and Colleen he's a fifteen years ago doctors the ice would die on they cut the heart disease but not out of the one hundred base and all more so he's from not only one case so we do a whole bunch of heart disease so that's a yes I guess yeah anything I'm not going back to tissue basically what no no connect I'm sorry kind of hard allege yes yes really be apple can see all of the online like you said that pretty good so there's other reasons this person it's very difficult for them to do what would be done to get to even point that you know I mean yes so is that but obviously you know I would try and do whatever I could to help them if it was going to be a lot more effective to go to you know when it is and in person here's what I would recommend if there is a way to come in person to your first class I think it's really helpful you get to talk to the people you share stories you you you witnessed first hand once you kind of have the understanding of what's going on perhaps one of the practitioners what's really great about coming to the classes is there's practitioners they're acupuncture massage therapist that will work on you after the class again the classes are free and they'll work on you a little bit and and then you can continue from home by law yet again you know and then there is a session section that if you if you register you know with that user ID then you can also go in and say please tap for congestive heart failure the but if your local I mean we have people flying in from all over the world I know I know you I'm going I've been listening for years and sadly this is something that's happened to someone that I love sorry king up as obviously is an option that would certainly seem to work well new glad to have as you know yeah yes and and like time was saying you know our new Hampshire's governor Craig Benson here cardiomyopathy and and I think you only have like five years and now he's what fifteen twenty years his heart is better than ever so and he came on the show with Dan ray and said you know if we why are we you know kind of missing this part and and I actually that show yeah a like I said I'm a big fan of you guys and I've been in a position to have to utilize you know I mean a much better isn't easy go anyway if you have an ability to go he should just go you don't need to be sick to go right I went I was sick the hill stuff I didn't even know I had absolutely no idea you name it it might might bring Kathleen it probably shoot it's remarkable yeah she's it's quite remarkable anyway thank you all very much for thank you and I want to say this well I think of it now will break first let me ask diabetes.
"bob stern" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Always we got a bill for ball team but he said he could make the cash register girl study and and he's hosted one Super Bowl and you know they'll look everyone to build a new stadium comes here to look at that one my counter has always been yeah I wish it had a little more at you're in it and I wish it didn't have a TV that hypnotized every single person in the state you know they're the they're like in a drive in movie but you know I mean it's it's it's a cool place there's no doubt about that I actually I thought it was so cool I was no soft enough to buy the Jerry's world you know I guess you could call souvenir popcorn stadium ball which I now I eat popcorn out and listen to this you never thought you'd hear it is for me as the other man I have the I got a giant palpably offense of line like you know cop to drink my beverages in that's the size of a Texas boot and I I I feel it was sold and stuff and pound popcorn in my I got my cal boycott the my cow boy popcorn bowl I'm like a real loser at this point well you're hoping paper that two hundred fifty million dollar yacht Jerry bought last and you know your help and the the value of the cowboys franchise that get over five billion what's wrong you know right and get you he is a master at making that cash register and so you know and I don't count for him it could be a great cause and then now I'm also gonna be contributing to that fat deal they're gonna give that dak Prescott right yeah I think we all agree that if you if you were to say which contract probably gets done at the start of training camp but but you stack them you know there's there's certainly arguments made for is a crazy give that press got thirty two million dollars but but but here's the thing that people you know when you went to this question then you pretty much they are able to sign in the let's get it over with is just you know what what would you do it quarterback if it's not there press government into you know the people that say well we'll go get anybody I think they know that the there when he's he's started forty eight games one thirty two of them he doesn't go intersection football he's certainly not at my home see certainly not through but you know the going rate for going great in it so it's a little frustrating to say well he's better than server you know I mean you can grow quarterback it and I don't know that that makes a difference in many guys in his age range but but you know that there is an order I don't really the cowboys fault in this case that covers the market and you know after that will be beholder drop the price does go down cornerbacks get it over with locking your locking your rate and and move on to the next so let's talk about I want to ask you about the stars and man so let's start with the stars I as I said and carver high says the only thing I've gotten ride and in six months he said that because I said I dont propels gives gonna go to the stars when he was literally it all became a free agent and no one knew where it was known I cities I think Dallas is where you should go and now he's there do you like the move are they style because the stars are pretty tough this year and I thought they had a nice little run in the playoffs though yeah I think I felt great to help for them partly because you know that second line who's really only last year and we have a ton of money so if you do Jason Spezza who is a top news but you can't stand anymore and and so you know Toronto though it's very catchy so I'm not he contributes to its rights will be news to us because of the night this it's been like three years since he made an impression then this other paying him seven five a year and another they're paying for about seven so they actually save money reduce who almost scored forty last year and you know it might have been a little loop you with the shooting percentage but we no joke about what we know he's sixty five seventy points every single year so vote you can play on the wing place hunter you know for both who started that so it's a three year deal you know one of you guys with seven very often but he just turned thirty five and I imagine his first couple years that will look out of this with the with the you know I don't think Jimmy fan ever con what you're probably doesn't have more than three years left so they need to get going they needed to make a run down I I think that makes sense I think the Corey Perry moved is probably a little less likely to hit but at one point five million her procurer Corey Perry why not let's go to take a shot at that so you know it didn't set the world afire but they're a good team and adding two veteran pieces like this that might be what they need to have you know two scoring line and that blue line is the really up filled my home grown stud like Klingberg in haste unit and I you know I think I think the isn't that ridiculous central division where there really are no so yeah and I actually gets Corey Perry can flat out score and it is because I think guys can actually come back from that and if he's got anything left from any to come back that guy get actually surprise and pop twenty and in in no questions asked I got one minute respectfully really quick the mavs and obviously I love Dodgers now you got the singer bland there and then I got said curry I how do they look after all is said and done and they got ball bonded a good to have a little marijuana dates on the team well let me the problem is that there is an account much like many of the things they could gain by it so they thought they could get a third piece you know maybe it was Tampa maybe it was going to be Horford maybe was gonna be Patrick Beverley in there you know nobody really wanted their money again so they're gonna chop it up into a bunch of little pieces they might get in on Danny green or Marcus Morris hence you at all but I think you know they expected to to go get a third guy for for Dunchurch imposing their sin and that didn't happen so honestly it's kind of another year of of mark Cuban not being able to close the deal on July first and that's unfortunately a trend that goes back a long long ways around here see that Bob stern bad as bad radio on the ticket to douse Bob always a pleasure man and a great summer thanks for coming on a bench rather have a good for the morale look why you're the man hi Bob Sturm in Dallas it's time for an update here is Justin shackle sports way we go.
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"All New York City is itself was just it was torture today because you see the story the garbage truck to fell by by the link it Donald happen there like Seymour was was telling me earlier any tweeted like he was a by the intrepid an hour and forty five minutes to get from the intrepid to hear two hours to go ten minutes to go ten minutes I couldn't get across town I I just couldn't get from the side to the west side because like obviously come from Long Island right over the Williamsburg bridge and for me again from the Williamsburg across town a year which is a straight shot across town I don't know go up or down so when did you get here like a nine a little before that it was like three hours today it was tough today today was torture brutal Seymour said that the line to get in the Holland went all the way up to the garden are you serious yeah so my hobby and we didn't have any of that tonight stay out of this frivolous face yeah luckily I think it started break around six six thirty followed the tunnel began and you made a beeline for that use the congestion little bit despite everyone traveling for July fourth it's about time we got on the road I was worried I was checking if Mike seven o'clock on to see where to leave early and I'd Studley was going down just before we left now I have to go on the road again believe it or not to Pittsburgh even after the show tomorrow you're gonna get there six hours no problem and we have to I mean you're gonna be in whatever you by the time you get home you leave at three I mean you mean Pittsburgh by nine AM right hopefully then one Friday be like some kind of holidays and I want to be on the road in that day you should have no everybody hung over at was P. writing morning like you know now right quote unquote regular jobs you know nobody's work and Thursday and Friday and that's it everyone goes back Monday allegedly so here's the deal just some people get now I'm gone to bury my dad and I'm gonna be on the air tonight obviously I'm here tomorrow on live on the for the for row like every year I don't believe in Sammy holidays I'm sorry if you're offended by me I'm sorry if you're you don't like my opinions are my attitude problem or my grating voice sorry if I get a live up to your expectations but I'm here on the for the Ferrall as not being knows those are family holidays and then I that and I'll be live Friday night from the fan in Pittsburgh I will be live Friday night from Pittsburgh so that's that right eight by five two one two four two two seven Bob stern from the taking a Dallas of national image this holiday weekend the grill put out your sparklers this is one celebration you don't.