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"bobby brewster" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:29 min | 9 months ago

"bobby brewster" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Okay, away news radio. By the way, we'll catch up with BK coupe was quick to correct me in my ear at 4 35 instead of next. He was at practice today. I did, uh, I'm not gonna lie to you. I was a little bit shocked that Vic Fangio did not Did not name a starter. Did not name a starter because it seemed to me like, uh all signs were pointing to the decision wasn't gonna be as hard Yeah, my mom. Okay? You know? Are you disappointed? Um not really. But Yeah. And I just remember being in this situation, man. I'm telling you, I've seen some like I saw a quarterback battle that I didn't even know it was a battle happened here in Denver, with Brian Gray seeing And Bobby Um so We didn't even know it was a battle. We thought it was this Bobby's job. Bobby Brewster had one thing. Six games a year before in a reserve role. Kind of like Brock eyes while it did. When the Broncos won Super Bowl 50. So Bobby was in the same position, and we just assumed that it was Bobby's job, and, uh Mike No. Said it was Greece's job and kind of just I mean, you just I mean, the defense was like what? You know, maybe the offense was cool, but the defense was It was a trip and I was in Cincinnati. Um You know when you have a guy like Jeff Blake, who? By the way through a great deep all, um, who was playing well, and then you had a guy like, uh, Klingler, who is confidence was just shook man. His confidence was You know, it just it was shook man we had we had Terrible play callers right. We had terrible play callers that put this guy's game in such a bad position that he just lost his confidence and that happens in pro sports, and we we've all seen it right. We've seen Ben Simmons get to the N B a semi finals. And not want to shoot the basketball. How do you How can you be, Uh, perennial All star and get to the biggest moment of the game and you have no confidence enough to shoot the basketball. You have zero shot attempts. Come on, man. But anyway, um Um yeah, that that's it happens so you need guys to step up and you need Decision to be made in the moment. Can't be too big for you. Because if you get crushed by the moment when you are, uh before you you've even taking the field. Then it could hurt your team. And then Jeff like, took the job and the whole team man stood up and clapped for him. It was crazy Joe Joe. I mean, here, you got a guy who is a top five pick who's the quarterback whose confidence was crushed. Okay, because it still is. Blitz us, Uh, you know, Blitz Berg. Back in the day. The Steelers blitz us. In Cincinnati in one game and had like 11 sacks. You They smoked this kid out, man at the end of it. I was told by one of the cats who played for the Steelers, uh, that Bill caller, Bill Kaur told Dick Lem Dick LeBeau. No more blitzes. Like no more pressures. This is this kid was shook. But When the other you know he was never the same, so When you give this when you give these opportunities and then you know, because the defense knows who they want. I can guarantee you that Justice Simmons gave us the PC answer, but I can guarantee the defense knows who they want. And I don't know who exactly it is. But you know, the defense knows who they want. Well, that's why it surprises me when you say that you didn't even know there was a quarterback competition that was going on between. We didn't Bobby Brewster. And how.

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"bobby brewster" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"bobby brewster" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The loss of a true sports legend. Baseball legend Hank Aaron has passed away at the age of 86. Mark. Tell your Hank Aaron story. I'll take some phone. Alright, Carmel to try to make this real quickly. So is back. You take the time. Okay? It's a great story. Okay, wait nineties. I want to say I was producing at one on one sports with Bob Burger and Bruce Murray on the weekends. And I heard the year before on ESPN radio. They did this great round table with three Hall of Fame pictures, and I'm like, You know what? I'm doing that next year for hitting? I'm going to do that to the hitting around hitting round table. Yeah, and I'm like, I don't care how long it takes. I'm gonna get done so Start off in spring training in February, Okay? My guys were Tony Gwynn, Wade Boggs and Paul Molitor. Okay, three great, unbelievable hitters of their time. It took this point. We're all three of Buster's probably with all three retired. Well, if we were playing author This is like 90. When was doing when we're still great. When did Tony Gwynn retired? Jesus, That was 2000. My God. And finally, we got it set up all their schedules. Early thing was July 4th. We're going to do it at all. Like 11 o'clock. Okay, July 4th 11 o'clock and I'm sending email reminders to all the PR guys. Everyone's like we're in. They're excited. They're all set. That morning at 9 30. I get a call from. I think Rick Vaughn was the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Guys saying, Hey, want anything? Yeah. Wade's out. I'm like what? Come on. He's in a slump. That's unbelievable. He's out. So he's so Wade Boggs is in a slump and he'd tell us about hitting. He's out. So Robin Bruce both said me, Mercure find you got you still got We still have Paul modern Tony Gwynn, We're set. I'm like. No, I need a third. So I'm like I'm gonna say I'm like who who on the road would be a good home run hitter guy. I'm like Dave Parker is the A's hitting coach. I call up he didn't answer. And I'm like, you know what I said, so I could mercy. We have a great relationship with Hank and we've had a lot of bunch of times I call his wife at home, she says already. He's at the office. He worked for the Braves. They've got it. 12 o'clock start today. I'm like great. So I call the office. I said Hank Aaron's office, please. Fourth ring. Hey, Garrett answers and I'm like Mr Aaron. It's random working with 11 sports. How are you? Fine, Randy, I'm like, Hey, I know this is crazy. We're doing around hitting round table in 30 minutes with Tony Gwynn. And Paul monitors or any chance I can convince you to join us and he goes. 0 30 minutes. Sure, I'd be happy to he goes. Where do you need me to go? I said you could just sit in your office and do it. He's like I can't. I'm okay. It's gonna be over the phone and he goes. Oh, that's great. Yeah, that sounds like fun. I'd be I'd be happy to I was about and he goes. I'm gonna tell you how lucky you are. Randy. And I'm like, how is that he goes It rained to my secretary Susan Bailey's line, and I've never answered it once, and I was leaving, and I happen to answer the phone. He goes or I would have never done this. So we do. We get, you know, 30 minutes go by Tony Gwynn's the first guy to call in and I said, Hey, Tony, just f y I weighed bailed because he's been hitting slump. I won't say what Tony's responded, but and your sister. Come on, you, boy. Why not? Yeah, I guess the clean version, you boy blinking what he was Tony. Good thought was funny. That weight of war. It wasn't blank Willow. Yeah, so I said, but I went to my bench and I got someone else he goes. Oh, yeah. Who'd you get? I said Hank Aaron, and he pauses for a second he goes, man, You got someplace better. That's pretty good. Good. And then so we started off and Bobby Brewster Saito tall through the guy's okay, Listen, we want this to be basically conversation between the three of you. So we'll start it off. But if any time you guys want to jump in, go for it, So I'm thinking it's not gonna happen a minute in Hank Aaron goes. Hey, Bob And Bruce, do you guys mind if I jump in here and they're like No, and he spent the next 30 minutes. Just growing motor and Tony Boyd. I'm certain hitting situations. It was absolute gold. And then sadly, two of those three are past night. Yes, so and then years later. Red was doing a project at school is called her son, right called Wax Museum, where you had to pick a for a great person in history and present them like you know, as basically you know, it'll last museum and you go up to date a presentation at school. You go up and you'd hit like a button and that purse that kid would have to risk Go talk about that person that great his person history, So I bred shows Hank Aaron. So I reached out to his secretary Susan Bailey. And I said, Is there any chance Hank would be willing to do like a three minute over with my son just to kind of go over. He's done so much in history. She was let me check and she were emailed back. She was. Here's what he's gonna do have threats and 10 questions over and hankel answer all along, and he did it. And I still have the email with all office pretty awesome. Go to hang Karen's great guy. Yeah, I mean, really, Hank. Aaron, Tell dark. Yeah. Where do you need me to go? Where do you go? Remember when we were Danny went to get Scottie Pippen when we were in Indiana. Indianapolis this mystery? Yeah. Danny Scott. He's sitting there. They had us like in the auxiliary press area, which was in the stands Where Chuck and Bill we're gonna be doing a broadcast of the games. Bulls Pacers in 2011. Said, Danny, Scottie's done. Go, go see if Scott had come up real quick. We'll talk to Scotty. Bring him up here. It literally of 200 ft. Away. Right, Right, right..

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"bobby brewster" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

17:45 min | 2 years ago

"bobby brewster" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"And you got this character bail who is a prospector on some place like the ranch down there prospecting for gold and he finds this may go pocket and desecrates the a hillside get the go and the process almost gets killed by a stranger. That's been watched him and Delhi a uncovers the goal and gums up and shoots him fortunately he manages to survive. But you've got if something of the northland time coming down. They're not loving the land just say but desecrating that beautiful place. So there's a message there that Jag is trying to convey that he's getting the same attitude in terms of treatment of nature. It doesn't work in they. Pastoral Garden Our wilderness. The way did up and they frozen northland the but in terms of the spirit camaraderie days and say honesty. I love of Man. And what have you It's it's essentially the same. Incidentally we might mention that London's attitude toward women changed significantly after meeting Charman Sharman from what it was in the early stuff won't talk Mel. Let's let's talk about that right now. So yeah his. He was married twice his first wife they separated and then he met charming. Like tell us about their relationship and how it influenced his writing hand. He married carried bessie matter and for the wrong reasons and has a terrible mistake for everybody and I mean we're still paying the price in terms of the damage to did folks the offspring all that did so San at first neither of them really loved each other. There was a marriage of convenience. She just lost disturb the end. Say Fred Jacobs too. I think some kind of ailment. When he was on approved she have gone? The Philippines have gotten now what buddy was suffering from but They'd been friends for years and he felt well. I need to get married ready to settle down and have a good mother for seven nine. Go Saxon sons or whatever turned out that Bessie Denman love him but he never really loved her. They had two daughters meanwhile meanwhile he is having a kind of fair With Anna Stransky never consummated but in terms of Somebody who could relate to intellectually and personally more closely good with Bessie. He was a party guy he loved it finding love crowds and mud and loved entertain. People and Betsy didn't like that at all so they were just not compatible and finally I guess it was summer of nineteen three or so a felon hallway Jarmin and madly literally madly in love. You read my biography of see some those early love letters just absolutely beside him. Savvy never met a woman quite like that I wish I had it handy. I could describe her. She was the new woman in many ways and she was very feminine but at the same same time she was tough she added twelve or own but she was smart enough. Know How to get along along with them and she was very attractive which does come out. And your picture's Milo shepherd tacked on and there was a great nephew newer very well for many years and had tremendous admiration for. He said he when she was in her sixties she. She could turn men's ad when she walked tender room. So charming was something special and then ask from her that he evolved the idea. Adia the mate woman not just any guy van demolished accents or whatever but a true made in terms of unequal quoted on many In many respects and loved her Ndola Day died and she loved him of course as expanding abandoned tractive. Houdini had an affair with her after his death wanted to marry her the bed. She didn't WanNA marry Houdini. Dany in fact she didn't she didn't WanNA marry anybody. Jack I guess yeah this idea of mate woman they call each other mate. And how how do you see this idea of the mate woman. Does it come up in London's literature and yeah it comes up. It's a a I think. In burning daylight certain in one sense it comes up in they Say Wove with with Bobby Brewster as his made so mom I think maybe the first character in his novels based on on Charman so it certainly there and at some point by the way you mentioned in London's concept of masculinity yeah. I think that's very important. There's there's a section I like to read about that pretty soon but let me mention characters that exemplify amplify masculinity John Thornton of course in the caller while waiting Scott and white Fang And I think even Humphrey van waiting in the sea it's fascinating particularly in the say woebegone humphreys a work in progress. He comes on board the mall. If she's move Wolf Larsen she up ghost as again a neuter assessing and Larsson makes a man out of him Larson's too much for man he's A. There's a section in this say well. For Humphrey Humphry is talking about these guys. They need a little influence. Women narrates their world has is warped in essence so here is Wolf Larsen making a man in a sense given humphry that masculinity but he needs something nells he needs that feminine Tach. And that's where Maud brewster comes in to make him the complete Mahan and then there's a section even in two man on frail. I won't read to you when we get a chance to do that now. Let's do that was talking about that do that all right. I'm back to very early story. The first story published in the overland monthly to the man on trail by the way Malamud mood kid. WHO's the kind of high priest? The Northland Code is another example of true man. Or what have you and in this story. And he's sort of our He's a character. We see the events through whose eyes we see the events on phone areas. The dog soon became person hearken back to the trails of childhood. Has the younger a young stranger stranger eight of the rude fair by a man named Jack Weston Dale. WHO's just come down as a man on trail will join the group incident this Christmas party? That's going on in this story Anderson Christmas party Reid. Malibu kid attended the Studded is phase hour was a long and deciding that it was fair honest and open that he liked it still youthful. The lions had been firmly praised by toil and hardship. She APP though genial in conversation and mild when at rest the blue eyes gave promise. The hard steel glitter take comes when car into action. Especially against odds the Hemi John's Square cut Chan demonstrated rugged pertinacity today and in dominant beltway. Nar though the attributes of the line and were there was there wanting a certain softness us the hint of luminous woman lateness which bespoke the emotional nature so there you got the qualities of both sexes in a sense both accepted qualities. Masculinity feminising in one carrier workgroup without having the kind of proud that you got when Wolf Larsen who dies I think symbolically as well rallies literally in this also. There's a section that Arnold talks about. This is a comment by famous famous portrait artist on again thing describing London. Has I say most accurate name quote Jack. London Um had a poignantly sensitive face. His were the eyes of a dreamer. There's an almost feminine wistfulness wistfulness about him and yet at the same time he gave the feeling of a terrible and unconquerable unconquerable physical force. So I think that bree wells describes London and his idea of masculinity solemnity as well will this idea of needing masculine and feminine energies combined. The sounds like ume the psychologist. Carl Jung and you talk about this this in your biography that at the end of his career at the end of his life. That's when London discovered union his writings and it started to give more of an esoteric to Jack's ax thinking whereas formerly he was romantic. But he's also a materialist. And you make the case that we were on the cusp of some of London's greatest work with this discovery. Three of union but also make the case that even before even in the Klondike stories. You See Union ideas pop up. Can you talk a little bit about US influence on London's work and thought it's fascinating to me Brad. Because as God what young calls the primordial vision and and stuff I just read for example from the call awhile indicates his sense of being tuned into myth. And what have you method archetypes. Without being conscious out in fact early reviewers saw some stuff in the call awhile and was more than just a dog store and said well. I wasn't aware of it. I didn't intend it but obviously it was there and that's the nature of the Primordial Vision When when it's at work the writer feels it and writes it? It creates it without being fully aware. Much is richest word as inform by what we would call archetypes and Meth. And what have you. But what happened just a few months before he died he got a copy of Batra saying goes ran. New Revision are. Excuse me not revision translation of Young's theories and he started reading that and came is why charms as I'm standing on the edge world so new in one of terrible. I'm almost afraid. Look over into it. But that's what he meant all those years and of course it did look around and the last few stories erode. Hey were deliberately implying. Employees Union theory and of course the final story the Water Bay me which I could go from in a moment here is obviously union but one visit richest stories the red one and I thought originally since he had written that in I think may nineteen sixteen. That was the first story he wrote after discovering young. Because there's so much therre that is archetypal mythical and is a story I recommend to everybody is the same motifs that Kubrick used used in two thousand and one based on Earth Seek Clark story the Sentinel Court of Course Clark Cole Road Two Thousand and one I think thank with Kubrick and one of my students have to read in the Santo Sentinel and signs facial glass. wrote to car and you got an answer. Mister Car Edgy Red Jack. London's the Redman car actually answers that nobody wished I had you know 'cause the similarities anyhow. I recommend the story for a number of reasons but I found out that London had not ran young at that time. So there's the primordial vision again but it turns out that Those half does not think thank five or six stories they read based on finding with water may are clearly based on union theory. And as far as I know London's I wanted to do. Then let's talk. You said you want to read something from the water baby to give some idea of this. WanNa go ahead and do that. This a totally in there. Have you read it. I have not right now. It's a totally different story. We're talking now about the water baby. Which is the last story jank throat? Before he died in his written just a few months I think maybe a little more than a month before his death and it's totally different from their other other earlier stuff in. There's almost no action mostly dialogue between two men a young fella the name John Connor and that's Jacqueline's Hawaiian game and I know man unnamed Kohoku and that's the Hawaiian for Voice of Wisdom. Were all Mana Wisdom. Or what have you and the young man is. They're sitting out in a boat off of shore. The talking and the young man has got to add a and not feeling too well. Leo Native is in great shape. He's seventy something years old Ben Evidently drinking at a big part of the night before raised Nalen And having a good time he's feeling great in fact the one born dives down about forty more Fatan and brings up an octopus octopus. That these men fishing for there but they're having a dialogue and the young man represents the rational national western approach civilized. Approach what have you logic than one. The Oh man is talking and in terms of Meth. And what have you. And here's a key passage couple of key passages so let me explain to you. That secret of my birth see is my mother was born in Dublin. Canoe during Kona on a gay on channel. Go home why. From her seem a mother. I received my strength whenever I return in her arms a breast class. Has I return day. I grow strong in me. Komo strong again She to me is the male. Give her the life swords. And here's here's the young guy says Queer religion you got there and the old man says when I was younger. Model my poor head over quarter religions. Listen though young wise one avidly wisdom.

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