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"bobby hall" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"To your point the wrapping is like you can play a character and you mentioned this in the book. Right you say i could wrap about chilin in kabul when making millions of dollars when all. I had food stamps in a living room couch and did having kind of an alter ego keep you from maybe feeling anxiety or imposter syndrome onstage. Because a lot of people who are in front of a thousand people are like Who am i to be here. I don't deserve this and it can totally mess you up. you know. it's funny that you say that. Because i do feel that way and even wrote the book how. I felt that way that it is this kind of alter ego. It's an image. It's like bruce. Wayne bruce wayne but he puts combat suit and he becomes batman but also a lot of a majority of what i was rapping about. Actually was an did stem from me personally. The things that i was going through you know just emotionally or financially or this or that so it was a little more nerve wracking. Because i was so honestly myself as well so it was a bit of both it was kinda like yeah most days like i'm logic and when i'm holding this microphone. I'm the best rapper in the world. That's just the way. I have to tell yourself that to give yourself that courage. But it's also like rapping about mental health and all his stuff on stage saint time. So right i think there's a lot of rappers i think a majority of rappers are not themselves and they are this kind of different person and i've always just so been myself. That's why if i ever got shit on on the internet or people were coming at me. You're saying you're not this. You're not that that'd whatever it's just like. But i am like so when they're attacking me they're not attacking this cut out persona rapper. Yeah this guy who's yeah exactly so that is interesting. 'cause i of course we've for playing a character. It's hard not to feel good enough or not smart enough or talented enough as yourself. Because you're making up a new identity that using but if you're using your own identity like on the show like i myself people always go. Wow you know. I'm surprised when i meet them personnel. Secure the exact same person on the shows. You are in person. And sometimes they're like oh you really loosen person which is kind of annoying. Because i'm not annoying but disappointing. 'cause the my man shouldn't my most entertaining version of myself. Be the one on the show. Not the one that's hanging out with my friend but it's funny that you have two different perspectives of that. So it's kinda like it depends maybe on the day they meet you or their own personal. Yeah how they take that experience of meeting you then charrette. Yeah no of course. I think people expect me to be like more. I'm maybe more. But i don't know maybe they think i'm performing on the show when really all i'm doing is i dunno. Whatever i'm the same person that's just a good speaker. I mean it's like dude as soon as it's lights camera action. There's a microphone. Your face like You watch what you say this you that i mean. That's why i said. Honestly that's why said what said about how i feel about women in late term bitch and this initiative and all this other stuff is because we live in an era where somebody could try to completely take that out of context when i've been seeing women's praises and how much i respect women and all that stuff and then they could try to do that so but there is different. You when you're on camera that doesn't mean you off. Camera is any word. But i've yeah i've had conversations with some big people like big people entertainers actors gay straight white black this that that'd be saying some wild shit because it's the real world you know what i mean it. It's just crazy when i say wild shit. I don't necessarily mean something that's like even considered negative. It's just like they're just talking extremely honestly and even if what they're saying whether you you need the next person may agree with it may not be this. May that we live in an era. Now where it's just i mean. Think about it man public hangings in the west. Yeah everybody loved that shit. Man yeah entertaining. That's what kind of social media has become now where it's like. You might say one thing it may be. Even what you said isn't necessarily negative but it's how you said it and everyone knows what you mean but we're still going to go after you anyway. There's something to that. I mean it's it's definitely a scary sort of they call cancel culture. I guess but some of it is just accountability. But where is that line. I suppose it's that's the question right when you started to promote your shows. Oh by the way this was so funny. When you're talking about rejection people throwing your business cards in the trash. My own producer guy. Who makes all my music to this day. When we first met. I would say hey. Man will sub joe. I'm logic for merlin. His business card and he just threw that shit trash. We work together today. Continue so funny that funny. But it's it's so like everybody who's put anything out in the world knows how that feels and it never. It never goes away. It's always in the back of your psychic member that time that you gave somebody this and they were like thanks and they just literally threw back in your face ripped it up. They best possibly rejection story. That i've heard in a long time possibly forever was when. Tell us the story where someone's announcing the man. You've all been waiting for this rolling so i'm opening up for mac miller right. This is our ip recipes. Great kid great guy. I'm opening up for mac miller. This has got to be two thousand eleven. Maybe even ten. But i think it was two thousand eleven at this club in virginia. And it's one of those shows that's put on by promoter first of all. Let me just explain. The promoter was also one of the performers rapid so that should just let us know what kind of show this is. Yeah there's a million opening acts. These kids are packed in this club. That's like maybe four hundred people and been literally waiting for hours and hours direct support. So when i found out like all i'm going to be direct support for mac miller like this crazy. Direct support is right before the headliner. So i was like. Oh my god amazing. Like two hours later and mike ten acts. I'm the last guy honestly. I don't know why my dj introduced me this way because now i they were asking for it right. Yeah it was really funny. But he he's like. I now demand. Y'all been waiting for and it was like and then this is really weird just because we would always talk about just being black and knicks and all this other shit and then he goes and he's this big tall black dude from the university of maryland who's dj. And he goes. The illicit wide boy and i was like what but i'm walking to the stage. There's footage online at this. And i walk into the stage. He's pushing together.
"bobby hall" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"One easy place those are linked in the show notes at jordan. Harbinger dot com slash. Podcast now back to bobby hall. That's crazy that's it's so funny that you still use that same skillet. I mean. I guess it's one of the best ways to memorize anything and if you're used to it you're used to it but to have that be like a skill that's foundational to what you create now and having it come from like this world wind crazy situation of apparent. Yeah it's kind of like poetic away almost lychees like giving you the ability to do what you do now to get out of. That situation have gotten out. I think a lot a large part of the forgiveness is in the fact that i would even admit that right because it's like If i didn't want to talk about my mother of things that have gone through. I was so angry at her. Wouldn't want to give her that credit. But it's like that was the good part of her. You know what i mean. That was the day or like twenty minutes that my mom was around and doing something nice you know so yeah i mean even my social security number which is fully seven nine getting. She made me write it a hundred times. And i'm like ten years old. What do i need to know my social security number for ten years old. But i never forgot it growing up like that. Did you think that it was tough now. Or as an adult to let's say surround yourself with good people because you didn't have good role models templates as a kid for who to surround yourself with. Did you have a problem. Developing that intuition or that skill as an adult because it can be like if you grow up around chaos and crazy people. You're not often like. I need to surround myself with stable nice people who are have a good head on their shoulders like it's tough to do that. Well there's my homie josh. Who went to jail for like stabbing this dude. And his stomach and kinda cutting him open his so like he was. He wasn't the best example of somebody that i should be hanging around with as a teenager but he also had mental problems that that he was going through at the time. And so you're kind of like hanging out with these kids and as you get older were all kind of doing hood shit and stupid shit that we shouldn't do like you know i was hanging around him shooting guns and drive in and doing just doing dumb ass shit but i was. I never felt like that was me. So i was like. I don't think i should be doing this. And that's when. I got other friends and i was like okay. Yeah these are mu good normal people. And i think the only real reason i was kind of like doing dumb hoodlum shit is because i didn't want to be at home and i wanted anything that i want to do anything i could not to be there and in many ways i was i was searching for a family outside of my household which is like honestly like gang members and a lot of people like. That's what you do. That's the same thing like right. Your life isn't good. Your parents might not be shit so it's important to try to find people who will love you but it's just very difficult when that love also comes from a place of like let's get his money. Let's all these drugs. Let's do this. So i saw that and i was like no. I don't i don't think that's for me but it wasn't really difficult. No i think it was difficult to find. Good people outside of that circle because like good people didn't really live around me. It was very few and far between. But as i got older as i left my mom's house. That's when i just off chance by going to places. I like i said alan watt says anything you can be interested in. You'll find others. Who are so. I was doing things. I was going to open mics. And doing this and doing all this other stuff. That's another thing that taught me about. Why hip hop is so beautiful. Sure there may be a little bit of drama between two clicks or this or that but it was never really physical. It was always more so like ios wraps as good as mine. But then you seem person you're like. Hey man good job does that was. There was a lot of love there. So when i got into actual hip hop and saw the mainstream and how negative that can be. It was very difficult. But i know in new. Then that still like what makes hip hop hip. Hop was always full of positivity i was always welcomed with open arms by like the legends and the people who who aren't really worried about all the bs on twitter and instagram. They just wanna make good music and spread a positive message. So i learned to separate the two and i think i was able to do that because i was able to separate the two as a kid trying to find what group of friends i should have. Yeah you mentioned like as a kid some of just a laundry list. Some of the crazy stuff like you went pimping with your dad while you were living with him. Actually that had defected that affect your views on women at that point. Because you're in high school and you're out pending with your dad. You're either looking at women differently because of that or you're just realize i mean did you. Did you know that that was so crazy. That that wasn't real-life i mean. Was she a woman. Yeah was she a lady. No big difference. You know what i mean. It's like i wouldn't call her lady. Yeah well but i knew that you know so yeah. I think it was just really weird. I don't know. I was in the car one time dad was like hold on. We got to make this trip up this way bitch. I never seen before in the fronts. Eaten she's all young and she goes into some house while we go to mcdonalds and wait across the street looking at the house and then we go pick her up and she gives my dad a bunch of money. So.
"bobby hall" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Be in smart company where you belong now here. We go with bobby hall. So your childhood was i mean. It was wild to say the least but not necessarily always in a good way. You said it's actually the good memories of my childhood that makes me sad. Why is that seems. Obviously that's counterintuitive. Usually the good memories of someone's childhood make them happy rent. Yes because i have so few of them like it's like literally just a couple said easter egg hunt with my mom. Once and skateboarding at the skate. Park was nice. But yeah for the most part dude just like it was a bunch of bs. It was really difficult kind of growing up. And knowing that the stuff that i remember in the only really good memories that i have are things that other people most people would just take for granted because so many good memories which is cool. The memories that have from childhood that are good are so few and far between and so small that they're the ones that other kids would just throw away. You mentioned the easter egg. Hunt writes staying in an apartment with no electricity and no furniture and making shadow puppets which like as a parent. I'm imagining the. You have the same thoughts as i do. We are like wait. Wait that's red flag city right but when it kids like oh it was so fun. We had no furniture no electricity. You like as a kid like oh cool but as an adult you like. Whoa tell me again. We were you sleeping where you don't have a bed where he's sleeping where there's no food that's like not the environment you want to raise a kid in and i assume as apparent now you're like whoa actually house this you as a parent now must everyday have a feeling. We're like you know when we did this. When i was growing up we this other way and twenty twenty hindsight. That was a little fucked up that they did that that way. Yeah totally it's definitely a weird thing to like. Think of like like. I had a great childhood because i made it good. You know what. I mean like i played with my friends. I played video games. And i ran around and i ran through the woods and played basketball. And like all these things. It's like. I couldn't play basketball and a team because we were to puerto four jerseys and shit you know but yeah it is definitely weird. I remember talking to my wife. And i was like okay so if he did something really really bad like really bad like do east spank him. She was like no. I just like i was like really like but this was like years ago kid and i was just like i don't know i feel like i was like well. If you call you bitch you might get a little smack. I mean and she's like one he's literally gonna do that like once when he's nineteen and we're never going to have to deal with it again. It's a whole sit down conversation to like what do you mean. Are we going to lock him in a closet for three hours like no. We're not gonna do any of that shit for sure. Yeah i'm like half kidding right. Obviously not in the sense of like abuse but like i just came up where it's like if you do something wrong. You get a little smack on your wrist or something like that but now as a parent i realize you don't need any physical except for possibly restraining if they're like in their little hitting phase and they don't know how to express themselves and things like that. I gotta wonder the. When did you first realize that you didn't have a normal childhood right because when you're young and you're eating doughnuts for dinner and like your mom's yelling at people on the phone and cursing sometimes it you and like it's every day there's got to be a time like when you're that age you're like this is what families are like. There's got to be an age where you're like wait. You know what this is so weird. My family is weird as hell. Because i went to my friend's house or whatever you know the contrast was and you're like so your dad got mad at your mom and they like sat down and talked about it and also donuts for dinner. Like what the hell planet a mayan. Yeah that's definitely When you go to your friend's house so it's like you know when you're at the skate park especially there's all walks of life and you know people who have money people who don't it doesn't really matter. You're just skating. He make a friend and you go spend the night at his house in. His house is a mansion in potomac maryland. And you're like holy shit and it's not even about the wealth factor is just a lot of people with money. Tend to be happier and it's not because of the money. It's because i think the money has given them comfort and when you're comfortable you can focus on other shit so when you're not stressed out all the time you know what i mean like an every penny matters which it did for me my whole life like so i i understood that but i kind of see these people who's like stable job. Good mom also has a job or stay at home or whatever and it's just like they have champagne problems. There's still problems you know what i mean. It's like oh man. I got a little accidental fender bender. This data blah blah blah. But it's not like hottest pitch so macaque rock Shit i was doing. Yeah yeah like. I'm some of the stories about your mom. You gotta find it strange to tell the stories right because sometimes when you write this down. I wonder if you thought are people going to believe this because there has to be a point in which you're writing this down you go. People are gonna think. I'm exaggerating this right. I come from this crazy place. I've built a successful career for myself. People they're gonna look at this and be like this for a fact he's he's writing this down it's embellished. You can ask my brothers and sisters. I believe you. I'm just saying. Did you think that people wouldn't believe you because it is crazy. I said that even the book. I was like you know when i look back and discuss might come up in my my childhood. I always feel like i'm lying like there's a part of me that's embellishing or this or that or whatever the case may be and then you know the book opens up with my mother's screaming on the phone and going crazy It's because i'm listening back to a sixteen year old recording. While i was recording music i stopped and you can hear my mom like going crazy in the background and the funniest part is like it's in audio book and it's gnarly and that just gives me that feeling of like all right. It's worse than i thought it was. You know what. I mean so people could. I sure it's like yeah dad's crack. My brothers sold my my dad crack. They were gangsters. Runaround taught me to cook crack. You know what i mean. Brothers on drugs. Mum's a prostitute. She was raped. had miscarriages. beat me for no reason. Almost choke me to death one time. Yeah i mean it's just the cree. I've been kidnapped held hostage like bro like my mom got stabbed one like what like this cannot be real and this is all before you even get to like the music. 'cause takes three parts right and so two of those parts are over two hundred pages like i wasn't even going to be that it was just going to be like. Em logic rap. But i didn't really give a shit about that. And i just started talking about my life man you know and i feel like fans of mind like real fans know all that shit anyway about my music now. They might not know. Certain things. Like what i was going through or what i was experiencing or the height of my career and what was going on in the background so i explained that but for me i was just like this needs to be personal. I i don't really think anybody who gives a shit by about my rapping technique at three am and a studio. So i was just let me. Just tell my story. Yeah that that's interesting because they're probably actually are tons of people that wanted to learn that. But i think i in fact i kind of expected some of that from your book and there is some of that in there but it was. It was more interesting than i thought it would be to get an auto biography of somebody that you when the starts out with that audio sample of your mom having a meltdown. I was like oh man. That's kind of a rough moment. And then you realize that that moment actually stretches out the whole your whole early childhood or your whole life. Actually you know until you became an adult moved out and made you who you are so that becomes interesting because a lot of people who go through that kind of thing and you mentioned this at the end of the book you say that your parents or whatever broke your brothers and sisters..
"bobby hall" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel
"Interesting people might ask them just questions. My guest today is rapper. And record producer bobby hall known professionally as logic. Bobby has released six studio albums and received two grammy award nominations. He recently retired from music to the father and writers his latest book. This bright future. We discuss his life. Transformation overcoming trauma and lessons learned during this podcast episode. Bobby welcome to five questions. Thank you for having me so your memoir talks about your life transformation. I'd love for you to talk about being born. Sir robert bryson hall the second and that transformation to bobby hall and logic nine hundred ninety born into to addicts lives my mother and my father. My father addicted to crack cocaine among many other things. My mother and alcoholic and addicted to pills. It really definitely shaped. I think my life and how i perceived the world around me because my world was not outside the four walls of my house not really anyway and i think as i got older not having a father really ever there and the only time he was there he wasn't necessarily setting the best example. I did the best that i could to escape. That world in a positive way through creativity anime film video games just trying to be a normal kid and in many ways i had a great childhood and as i got older it was poetry and music that i found the best escape in because i could actually take my emotions and feelings and either a right about the things that i was actually going through or be. Just pretend to be the coolest rapper in the world. The more i put into my craft. The more i received and i saw myself getting better day by day more i put in the more i slowly became logic. I actually love that and really relate to everything you just said not. Because i've experienced the same trauma. I was bullied growing up and i used blogging and writing as a way to escape and reallocated. The time i spent trying to get along with people who weren't trying to get along with me to writing and writing and writing even though you experience so much pain you can also redirect that time and find something else and invest the necessary effort to be able to build something one of the similarities. I've noticed in my interviews. And i've interviewed over twenty seven hundred people over. Fourteen years is someone's weakness can actually be disguised as a strength. How do you think your mental health struggles have been.
"bobby hall" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Button. You do not want to miss all the action coming your way right here on first-class fatherhood all right. Dad's we are headed onto the stage today with a platinum selling recording artist. And i glance father bobby hall better known as logic joins me on the podcast today. Logic is grammy nominated hip hop artist. Who has had three number one albums ten platinum singles and billions of streams. His smash hit single one eight hundred two seven three eight two five five reached number three on the us billboard. Hot one hundred. Obviously that is the national suicide prevention lifeline. He received two nominations for the song including song of the year and best music video at the sixtieth annual. Grammy awards. logic is also an actor and film producer as well as a new york times. Bestselling author is new memoir. This bright future is available now which chronicles his life growing up with an alcoholic and mentally ill mother and an absent absent crack addicted. Father it takes you right up into his rise to fame. The linked to the book is in today's show notes. Bobby hall will be here with me and just a few minutes so please stick around for the view and today's interview with bobby hall was recorded on. Video is available. If you guys to watch on my youtube channel you like to watch the conversation between logic and myself. Please subscribe the first place. Fatherhood on youtube link is in the description of today's podcast episode. All right if you guys enjoy today's interview wit- logic you gotta go back and check out so many other musician das- that i've had on the podcast here including three backstreet. Boys nick carter. Aj mclean and brian literal. All stop by as well as instincts. Chris kirkpatrick. I've also had boys. Dement shawn stockman on the podcast here as well as sugar ray bands. Mark mcgrath go through the archives of the podcast. You'll find many other music. Dads that have join me right here on the podcast. Be sure to follow me on instagram at alexander school least role the other upcoming guest announcements and i cannot say. Thank you enough for all your support out there helping first-class fatherhood rise up to the ranks of one of the top. One percent of all podcast downloaded worldwide. That's all because of you guys out there. If you're enjoying the podcast. Police be with that rating review. It always goes a long way to help me out. And there's always guys please spread the word about the podcast every father india neighborhood or any contact list. Let them know.
"bobby hall" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Getting communities to believe and always greatest strength was the ability to take the average player to find a role for that kid and then get that kid to all the sudden believe he was a really good player by putting him in a row that that he could be successful. And i'll bet i've heard about that. Say a million times. You don't tell me what a kid can't do. Let's find out what he can do. And then let's let's ask him to do what he can do and So it was great to grow up with him. Like i was raised by. Football coaches Him and his assistants. A lot of them are winning a lot of football games throughout this state right now and excited to be back in a situation where i could represent them and make them proud in for those. You don't know. We're talking about coach bobby hall. I one time one of the winningest coaches. He may be the winningest. I haven't checked the mississippi record book but you're talking about a knocking on laying state championships after after titles on the trophy case. That's i'm sure a young young guy. You're thinking how do i ever top that. Yeah so we went. Abc dad one eighty six eight for a time being in amory in the late nineties overall from ninety three to ninety nine six and eight fifteen zero three different times and We don't fifteen in all two years in a row and then we went ten and one in and became the starting quarterback. When eleven and three that i felt a world is absolutely unique so i tell people all the time that weren't talk about pressure. Pressure is being bobby. All son in amory mississippi starting quarterback and lose three games. And everybody thinks that it's your fault. You're only playing quarterback because you're the coach's son but we came back with the fifteen and the next year led the state scoring so it in oil. Well that's great. I know. I'm sure it was a no brainer. But it's a job that a lot of people are interested in. Take us through your process in terms of obviously we knew we knew this job was open. I think before as the season was beginning unfortunately after one game things changed at in hattiesburg. So when do you know. When did the process.
"bobby hall" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And get the podcast you certainly on the veneer, the podcast on ESPN Chicago app, But he had brought up the point that if you think about it two weeks ago, Corey Crawford was just coming back from Covina. And now here he is stopping 43 of 45 shots in Game four of the series, you know against, you know, a very, very good admits an Oilers team and shutting them down and advancing. And that was pretty amazing. But what tape's did and what you believed in the first game, and then you know what? He came back just in time for the The last game is he scores the game winner and the Hawks win 32 I I'm just questioning Blackhawk fans and Blackhawk fans. Hopefully, I put your ears up there so many Blackhawk fans that were saying, Well, you know what we have It's nice that we're getting a chance to go to the playoffs, But we'd really rather have a chance of that number one pick Alexis Laughren year is the guy that we would love to get out of the team. You know what the Blackhawks have the youngest team in the NHL. And they get an opportunity to get into the postseason. And you have Duncan Keith and you have cane and you have tapes. You have all these guys. You have rand inside and we scored a goal and looked really good the other day. It's great to see them when they go into the Western Conference playoffs in the quarterfinals take on the Las Vegas nights and I want to see them do as well as they can. Absolutely, time is running out of time is running out on a tape that is not on anybody's side here for Dave's or a cane. You know, And these are these are people we are going to be talking about for decades. You know, we still talk about Bobby Hall. Won a Stanley Cup. This team 13 You know, these are sports heroes in Chicago. We've got to give them their chances, many chances as possible until they walk through that door of retirement. And hopefully it's ah, long time away. But, yes, I definitely don't agree that I haven't heard that in my circles and I would have said the same thing. Yeah, and look, Look at the you know, there's when the season stopped in March. I was pretty unimpressed. They did not have a good year. They did not play to their potential. I felt bad for a cane and the tables because they just didn't have the support. But I'll tell you something. It's just You know, pleasantly seemed to get when when you compared to that It seemed to come out of nowhere, even though they've always had that potential, And even if they don't get past his next round Corey Crawford has to be noticed and recognize that think he's just always been I don't know not given his due here in Chicago. For some reason, he's got to be recognized as an incredible athlete under those challenges like you said two weeks ago, like Pat Boyle said two weeks ago coming out of Cove it we know a lot of people have had, you know symptoms past being infected things affect you. It's not just like the flu and it goes and it hits everybody different. But to be that good at that age, After all the concussions in all the doubts you know, and the time off and everything. It's nothing short of incredible. No, he was He was tremendous. And you're right. Even during even winning the Stanley Cups, Okay, even winning the Stanley Cups people kept in. You can't win the Stanley Cup of Corey Crawford. Well, you've won a couple with Corey Crawford. Okay, And it has always been. AH, Love hate with the Blackhawk fans for Corey Crawford. You have the people who love him. Say look at this guy has been tremendous. He's great. He's not a very talkative guy. He's a very quiet guy. He's very you know, like, use everything in Yes, just like yeah, He's very introspective, as opposed to other guys and Brian Hanley brought this up a notch show yesterday and he fell for another guys who are a little bit more over the top. A little bit more excitable does like they're loud sports heroes. Yeah, they do. But it's not one of no, he is not. But others caves neither his tapes No tapes isn't And it's funny because even when he has asked to talk, he does it and I'm not saying he doesn't grudgingly. But he's very well thought out in what he says. And the thing is That this entire team? You've got a young team? You got 10 rookies are this team Kirby? Doc? I mean, we knew the Kirby Doc had some nice little highlights before the Kobe came up in the season came to an end, but he worked with Patrick Kane. He worked out with the guy that Patrick Kane works out with. He looked like he was in better shape. He was the one thing about watching Kirby Doc play in the Siri's, and hopefully it will be this way going forward, Not only in this next series, but in the career of curvy doc is when he made a mistake or something. Didn't go his way. He went to the bench and he was pissed. He was mad That shows matter. That's passion that shows that matters. I love to see that in in athletes. I love to see that because that does indicate when you see somebody going back to the bench, and they look on phase that's like that, you know, not necessarily a problem, but it could be, but you like to see that emotion. Well, think about it before the playoff before the Siri's began. If you want to jump in 3123323776 before the series began, there was stuff about Seabrook. How Seabrook was working out with the team, and then Seabrook said, Listen, I'm not ready. I'm not ready to play. He stepped away, but he didn't say. To leave Seabrook. Didn't I thought that was a big move for a veteran guy who doesn't know how much more time he has his time. Maybe out, his time may be out. But yes, to step aside to make way for the youngsters that have to get that time on the ice or they're not going to get any better. They're not going to get that experience They need to be playing. You're getting going. You're getting good play from Kuku. You're getting good play from modern Mata, my body you know up until you know the restart motto was kind of like a mistake. A lot of people's eyes. You've got Murphy, who takes the shot that gets tipped in by war. And who the hell those who Freddy I keep saying Freddie Highmore. You know why Freddie Highmore is the guy that's from the good doctor who got to place the good doctor. He That's his name. Freddie Highmore. Yeah, he's showing up in the heat. He's always been in the mixer been high hopes for him, and now it's paying off. Yeah, and both of his goals were tip ins. They were awesome. You get you get in front of that..
"bobby hall" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Bernie Peron did Allen and that people at the table you know three years and says yes seventy four seventy five any other drinks on me was phenomenal he loves to be a hero he was unbelievable nicest man ever met he really is and he's got a picture with him and it was awesome and you know it was awesome you could listen to his voice for hours he was he was great he was great yeah yeah very nice he was on a book you have a great night you've got a job there he lives in a boat down in the Cape May Cape May one of the very first self very took was with Bernie porn because I just very nice government yet I was working I was working at I. P. and I was doing updates and he happened to be outside the booth right so I I was playing on my phone I finally figured out how to do a selfie so I walk out the studio is a party can mail it to a selfie what should we do it that is great Joe thanks for the call the New Jersey won a one point five and I'll tell you like a real good bathroom story right Dave Schultz you know the more the legendary Dave Schultz most penalized minutes in all of hockey he and I were doing stand up comedy to get heat of my comedy class and we were doing comedy for a while and they would open the show he would open his bid with cell we also understand that owning your own home no I can't do with a specialty person Asian but he says the these is in the bathroom is after your own on this the guy next to him and Dave looks at the guy and he goes facials and the guy looks at Amigos Bobby hall and visuals because they were not Bobby know Gordie Howe you're not Gordie Howe I know Gordie Howe and the guys is doing well if you could be Dave Schultz I could be court well he was actually really funny Solti all right who did you meet one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five jun is in Bristol a New Jersey won a one point five hi John but it could help thanks pal who's well let B. Schneider yeah are you a minimum in Bramalea rami Malek skiing right and you know he was online and I was one of his guy was hit him and his wife were hurt and were at the ski lift and they had these beautiful one piece what looked satin suits eighteen and what you would expect these not aware because he didn't the tag does and he was brought home I mean there were decked out right and then later on we eat at this place everyone ate there who who was at Bromley see saw Johnny and he was running around these kids I didn't recognize him at first hi but the the winder said D. sliders and have right here and he pointed them out and that was destroyed I walk I got up and walked over and shook his hand and said Hey D. I'm John John thank you deal with him he said I'm B. Snyder and every he had to be the waiters in the in the restaurant singing I wanna rock oh man yeah wouldn't yeah the only the only time I ever met someone like that but what a great guy what what a beautiful family and he was running around just like a normal father would do it is satin ski suit either he filed teeth you know like fangs everywhere he's going to be the only one to blame do you want you want the blame that these the call to the Jersey won a one point five one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five give me a celebrity that you ran into you had a chance encounter with him never prepared for that and you never paid for the outcome because you leave going to miss it this I should have said that I should have said this I should have said that you know you you never know who you're going to meet when you're going to meet him and what's going to happen I I take my wife we read which is my girlfriend down to when exiting and we saw Richard Jenny Lewis black and we're coming out of the show and walking down a corridor and coming the other way is any money and one of the first dates I ever took my wife on was any money a great adventure N. she loved any money I love the money we go see him and the show gets rained out and so we go to the best of the west were having dinner we come out and we hear this it's point and it was kind of like the rain had stopped and it's ugly and it's wet and it's you know I kind of coming down a little and we hear this noise coming from the great arena where Eddie was supposed to be playing so we go in and there's any money drenched onstage with a handful of people around and any money is out there singing his songs and I've found a new respect for any money set up this road and when that these scenes right walking down and we see any money coming the other way as one of those deals where like I look at him he looks at me we both kind and the job a man as a go ahead though and and we were passing my wife's is that city money and I'm like sure thirty one I am thinking that so what what do I do right okay yeah I know when we go way back freaking clue but we don't think it later right you know he probably does that to everybody that he sees walking down the hall you know whatever that shining moment one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five give me someone that you had a chance encounter with some how some way you and a celebrity together could be a politician it could be a movie star could be a singer in a rock and roll band could be anybody what happened how did it happen how did it go how did it work out for you what made it so memorable that Sylvester Stallone buy you dinner that guy's you such a class act one eight hundred two eight three one a one forty five I can get shot if you call right now did you drop an F. bomb on Paul McCartney like Johnny Manziel did I loved it I loved it that's why I love to get people on your find out stuff that just doesn't show up everywhere your C. one one point five your news traffic and weather first responders to the minute information from our award winning news team I'm Erik Scott topping our report this.
Who's the Champ?
"Bobby? A halt of the New York hot list is our first guest of two thousand twenty here on the gate now. The horse that won the Breeders Cup dirt bile beating Omaha beach is spun to run and he will be facing Omaha beach again in the Pegasus World Cup. The first major race of two thousand thousand twenty but maximum security will not be there and code of honor will not be there. Maximum security is waiting for Saudi Arabia. The world's richest race the Saudi Cup in February. It's very tempting to make this a political discussion. I'll only do it to the extent of saying with what's going on in the Middle East right now. How do you think that is going to impact whether trainers bring their horses over for the Saudi Cup and or the Dubai World Cup in March or maybe they take a look at that Pegasus again and say maybe we ought to just stay here that that's a very hard question to answer? Ah It's hard to understand how people feel I will say this. I am confident in saying that the people especially in Dubai. We're ruler of the country behind that I think they're going to bend over backwards to provide security and take care of the park I I would hope the same thing's going to happen in Saudi Arabia race and then just not become a outer tech or anyone but that is a question question that you just can't answer. I think it's very hard. It's an individual decision to a Lotta funny. I understand when people go play a lot of people who have no dog in the adviser to come up with answers of morally questions. And what they're gonNA do when not to you. Gary West was all set to run his voice Independence when it was nine nine billion dollar I. He was happy to take the fourbillion winter. Share the person. Just go to the Middle East but when you cut the first out of nowhere to three billion winter I'll get one point five billion something like that and you have just wants to you know once in a lifetime could easily win ten million dollars and probably turn around that month and win a twelve million dollar right I. It's hard because this is an expensive sport and as much as these people arrested of of money that goes into this so You understand it as of now. I haven't heard anyone saying they're going to change their mind about going. I'm sure people are a little bit nervous but I mean let's be frank. I think anytime you over. There is probably reason to be nervous. So it's just an individual decision and I wouldn't chastize anyone. Whatever they they decide because it feels like them? That's their call. It's not it. I make my own decision on my life. You make your own decision on your own life and I think that's the way it goes. Oh by the way. I think you're under selling the Saudi Cup. I believe the purses twenty million dollars. Well it's ten million the whip you get ten billion but it's it's one that that that's what I'm saying he gary West is looking at it. I will get sent. Don't get out of the home and billion dollars if I say in that term so you can when you look at it now. You basically have to win the Pakistan that in line with at one point I for share of the first compares to the ten million that he will win. Take home for winning the Saudi Cup where he will be the favorite and a one term mounting great definitely. I Dunno betting Saudi Arabia. But I know American pools. He's GonNa behavior and you running for stabbing tons of money. That's a pretty compelling nonetheless in the Pegasus World Cup you do have. Some horses is with some credentials including higher power. The Pacific Classic winner. We mentioned Omaha Beach. roadster for Bob Baffert is aiming toward the Pegasus. And you will be there. How do you see this first? Major race of the year shaping up that force right now in training maximum very doubt after that case to be made then Omaha Aubenas bunch of wrong especially violent eight might be the second and third bout with McKinsey right there with them so when you get fun to run and Omaha Beach I think he got a pretty darn good race. I mean it's interesting possibilities. Are the horses doing nominated at the box He's done. I'm very well. This is of course. A lot of people east might have remembered with Chad Brown Barrasso. And you know he was good you know. He got coming up. In the minor spot that West to John Adler Verona's ray thing all of a sudden. He's winning all these steaks and eat it. You can't east to Churchill even lost or any blocks. We'll see if he's going to be the ones that they decided to send into the race. It'd be a good one back wizar- people know this story. That fifteen thousand dollars who ran against maximum security and the world's most famous Amos. Sixteen Thousand Dollars Eight lamer and it'll be in there. I think it'll be a big competitive fourth. It doesn't I think have the superstar. One runner arrogate powerpoint chrome Omaha beaches in that category But it's interesting. It's good to get back into talking about racing and Bobby Hall. Nobody better to do it with so. Thank you so much barry. Thank you always chat that with you so when we come back here on the gate. The site of the world's first million dollar horse race is short on dollars and short on time time to secure them. Welcome back to win the gate in July of two two thousand. Nearly twenty years ago Churchill. Downs home of the Kentucky Derby purchased Arlington Park in Chicago for nearly seventy one million dollars. Arlington's owner Dick Duchossois had closed the track in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight and nine hundred ninety nine saying that he could not compete with other gambling businesses. The opened again in May may of two thousand presumably with the knowledge that a sale was coming at the time. Churchill was in something of an arms race against the stronach group. When it came to buying up tracts the idea was to create networks of tracks for simulcasting and cross promotion of races and Events in nineteen ninety nine Churchill bought calder race course in Miami and Hollywood Park in California and then bought fairgrounds in New Orleans in two thousand and four? This was meant to counter the STRANA group which began its buying spree in nineteen ninety eight with Santa Anita then they added Gulfstream Park in Florida. Both major Maryland tracks Laurel and PIMLICO as well as golden gate fields and Portland Meadows and Oregon stronach versus Churchill. Wasn't exactly the Cold War. But the battle lines had been drawn it it seemed that Churchill was the first to blink Churchill dumped Hollywood park like a hot potato in two thousand five just six years after buying it. Churchill said at the time that California has forsaken racing and its needs reports came from fairgrounds in two thousand thirteen that the turf course was too dangerous juris to race and that the track had been poorly maintained ever since the churchill purchase at the same time Churchill was trying any maneuvering possible to get out of its obligation obligation to operate racing at calder. Eventually the STRANA coned Gulfstream Park worked out a lease agreement to run the calder meet in October and November this year. Two Thousand Twenty is the final year of Churchill's obligation to lease the meat after which it may convert the track into a shipping logistics center. Or something like that.
"bobby hall" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Of six hundred each member of the new. How has six hundred? Wow father-son well there's no doubt that comes to mind right away Bobby Hall and and his son Bobby Hall and Brett Hull absolutely correct. I think they're number one. Yeah they each have six hundred Six hundred points. Let's see the Gretzky's idol Gordie Howe Man. His son Marlin right. I forgot about that. I was going to say that. Yeah Gordon Okay. Then the other two aren't quite as well known they're both well known but not not nearly like how an hall. Then you go to Peter Stassen he and his son Paul Paul who's still in the league and thriving. He's over six hundred points and one just happened. I think this past spring. It is a member of the Saint Louis Blues. You you WANNA Stanley Cup. His Dad played for the Winnipeg jets in the eighties and nineties. His is dead all probably more steeton. A who is there who are steam. That's IT Salani. Notes lining would never kid that young that no no. Oh you got steams right Steve. All right Jimmy Directly Bang on without hesitation the the house the stathis and the holes are your father son. duos who beach Had six six hundred points. So that's our trivia.
"bobby hall" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"And onto Germany instead the plane took off to the north flew over most of England before crossing into Scotland and landing in Edinburgh. The problem a ground staffer type the wrong airport code into the flight plan. And no one noticed the pilots of soup. They were supposed to go to Edinburgh. No, no, no, no, no, no, British Airways or trying to fly to Germany and Scotland. Instead, man Brexit a screwed. I don't know how Britain is going to leave Europe if they can find their way out of their own country. Brexit will probably end up like we did it. Well, the AU independent. No, why why we're still in the AU now somehow we've also joined the WNBA. The crazy crazy is that Scottish accent? So thick I bet some passengers they were in Germany because if you think about it, Scott is the German of English, right? It's just this rough. They probably go like I'm in Germany, and they'll. Yeah. In gentleman. Oh, boy, then cheddar. Oh, I'm sorry. No special day toys. Alexa may pick you get instead. Have no. I believe British Airways landed in the wrong country. And the worst part is that everyone on board got accidentally circumcise. That's all the time. We got join us next week to find out who don't we'll be right back. My guest tonight is a Grammy nominated platinum selling recording known as logic. He's also an author whose debut novel is called supermarket. Please welcome Bobby Hall. What can you show? Thank you. This is pretty surreal. It's so weird. What was this weird freaking out? No, you don't I should be the one freaking out. Do you know, how many people I know people who have like fans of the show, and they'd be like, you're not a show until you get logic on getting you, you you you have cultivates a fan base. Like very few artists have because many people feel like they still own. You you've managed to have this vibe of being commercial, and yet authentic in the way that you started. Whenever you doing a show people people like you feel that love from your fans. Right. One hundred percent. Yeah. That's the thing that keeps me driven and going. It's incredible. To know. Because I mean, I've just always come up on peace. Love positively. Spreading good message yourself being and like I'm super nerd other movies and comic books and all this stuff. So meet Mike ascension hip, hop wasn't really necessarily that. He's yes. But to have persevered stuck to it. And to know that I have incredible fans that are like, hey, I'm too, and I like your apps and now I can put out books. That they enjoy. It's the craziest experience this really is completely different for you. Because I mean, this isn't just a books not a book about your life. It's novel. Yeah. How do you go from being Rapa very successful rapper to just going? I'm going to write a novel. You just read a bunch of books, and you're like can do that. Yeah. But my my buddies names Christian. He's my my day to day manager one of my oldest friends. I remember tell him I was reading like all different kinds of novels, and I was like really want to do this. I feel like I could because I was never into into literature like that. Because like the school system kind of just shove certain things, you know, our direction, and I wasn't really challenged rights. And I wanted something fun something edgy something different. And he was like dude, you can't write a book..
NASA postpones all-female spacewalk over suit-sizing issue
"Let's go now to outer space NASA in the past they took a giant leap for mankind. But this week when it comes to women NASA yet. Nearly gender. Inequality knows no bounds. Not even in space. Nasa first, all female spacewalk had to be canceled. Because there weren't enough space suits that bit. The crew only has one medium sized spacesuit available at the international space station this despite the fact that the women's twenty thirteen astronaut class was fifty percent female. Sure Slee NASA had to cancel the first all female spacewalk because they didn't pack enough space suits, how do you screw that up? You know, how many astronauts are on the shuttle? It's not like you can have a surprise extra astronaut like oh shit. We only plan for for astronauts. But then Susan wanted to come. Though, it would be great if she opened her suitcase on the ship and found her husband's business, suits. And she was like, wait. If I've got his soup, then that means.
"bobby hall" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Headquarters in New York. This is the daily show with Trevor Noah, here's the. Guessing y'all. Is a Grammy nominated Rapa just out with his first novel. You know him as logic. Bobby Hall is joining us everybody. Also on tonight's show. Robert Muller's not going away. Jussie smollet says no collusion and a wardrobe malfunction, that's literally out of this world. So let's catch up on today's headlines. Jussie smollet a month ago. The empire actor was attacked by to Trump supporters who turned out to be Nigerian weightlifters who turned out to be American brothers. But now the story is getting weird. Breaking news this hour, Chicago. Prosecutors have dropped all charges against empire. Actor jussie smollet. I've been truthful and consistent on every single level since day one. Not be my mother, son. If I was capable of one drop of accused of actually just got a new statement from the Cook County state's attorney's office literally just moments ago. It says we did not exonerate Mr. small at the charges were dropped in return for Mr. small, let's agreement to do community service and forfeit his ten thousand dollar bond to the city of Chicago. Okay. Wait, so just see what set free, but he's not innocence. But he's also not guilty. What? But we need someone to figure this out. We got a new case for you. And this time just tell us what happened. So yes, jussie smollet is a free, man. The prosecutors have decided not to charge him. Although they're not saying exactly why. And the Chicago police of furious about this theory's that Jesse just gets to walk away. And I'll be honest with you. I think it's pretty hilarious because he Chicago cops on the other side of a case gone wrong for once like if only he had a body Cam o- black people should have. So that's where we are. Right now. The weirdest new story in America. I feel like in a week. We're gonna turn on CNN and find out small is now dating Mike Pence off they met an arcade concerts. But anyway, this move on in the wake of the Boeing seven three seven crashes that rocks the airline industry, everyone has had questions about how these incidents could have happened. And now we're starting to get some onces safety feature for the Boeing seven thirty seven max jetliners may be just stays away to.
Prosecutors drop criminal case against Jussie Smollett
"Jussie smollet a month ago. The empire actor was attacked by to Trump supporters who turned out to be Nigerian weightlifters who turned out to be American brothers. But now the story is getting weird. Breaking news this hour, Chicago. Prosecutors have dropped all charges against empire. Actor jussie smollet. I've been truthful and consistent on every single level since day one. Not be my mother, son. If I was capable of one drop of accused of actually just got a new statement from the Cook County state's attorney's office literally just moments ago. It says we did not exonerate Mr. small at the charges were dropped in return for Mr. small, let's agreement to do community service and forfeit his ten thousand dollar bond to the city of Chicago. Okay. Wait, so just see what set free, but he's not innocence. But he's also not guilty. What? But we need someone to figure this out. We got a new case for you. And this time just tell us what happened. So yes, jussie smollet is a free, man. The prosecutors have decided not to charge him. Although they're not saying exactly why. And the Chicago police of furious about this theory's that Jesse just gets to walk away. And I'll be honest with you. I think it's pretty hilarious because he Chicago cops on the other side of a case gone wrong for once like if only he had a body Cam o- black people should have. So that's where we are. Right now. The weirdest new story in America. I feel like in a week. We're gonna turn on CNN and find out small is now dating Mike Pence off they met an arcade concerts.
"bobby hall" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Bobby Hall and the great bear dick Butkus. Now, many times you're going to see those three in the same picture. I know that Bobby hull used to bears games a lot in the afternoon on Sunday afternoons when they play at Wrigley field and come over to the excuse me, the stadium play hockey, and he always found inspiration out of it. So I guess it's surprise the dick Butkus joins him in the booth in front of the hawk Michael phralipe. Tried to snap a shot on goal. That's turned wide along the right wing boards. Now, Seabrook gigs the puck out tried to poke it out of the zone and Drake Kajima will come along and pick it up spin it behind the hawk net to the near corner to Brandon Davidson shot it up ice to the flame line. Kunitz has tried to flip it a cajole coming by this deflects to the hawk blue line. Davidson there to get it. Former Edmonton oiler will dump it down beside the flame net Riddick clears the near corner. Rasmussen Anderson there for the flames set the puck behind his net. Jankowski up the left wing side out Anderson over the hawk line down the right wing drop pass through good drill along the half board to schilling. The deep slot moves it into the left wing corner hawk zone in. Down behind the network Murphy Bush's Lindholm into the boards. Jankowski slaps the puck behind the hawk net ricochets down ice to the plain blue line. Jay it their shot it out over the center ice circle by Elias. Lindholm Johnny good roll over the hawk line. The right wing side. Murphy reaching them with a stick hold it free dominant Cahoon hawk line Brandon Saad shot at the flame lines. You're Donald just a slap passed Senate back into the hawk zone. Murphy back, you get the puck Saad along the right wing side or the dalstrom that ahead of the flame line cahoots with Hayes crisscrossing with the puck in over the line to the right wing side. Put it down to the right wing corner. Donald spun the puck behind his net. Brody will spit back around up the left wing side. And now you're Donald tried to clear was partially blocked by David camp camp took it away. Now just inside the flame blue line swept it down toward the net. Donald seemingly waiting for that passed over to Brody, and he'll clear through the air down just inside the hawk line. He's able to chip at the center, ice, David camper. The puck on the left wing side. Did it bring it over the flame wind through the high slot drops it there to Keith a drive at it. Somebody in front of the net and the puck cleared out of there by back lend to the hawk blue line Duncan Keith there to get it. But it hit off at affliction just inside the flame line, and it got it back for Calgary bending over the hawk line right wing to ca truck moving through the slot way. Back in for the right wing side that was blocked debris. Breaking now clears it over the line to center ice lambs. Get the puck back amick with a pass to get truck into the hawk zone right point down to the corner tobacco. And then going around the Hannifin left wing corner. Chuck behind the hawk net. Tried to center bounces through the air Pollini came along worked at free and then back when took it back Senate down in front of the hawk net. Keith Watson away to the right boards. Justice in their sends the puck to the flame blue line Hannifin moves it back ahead. The back lent the hammer that get center ice to the hawk blue line long shot. Looked like it hit Colin Delia in the top of the helmet. Headgear anyway, and deflect it up into the protective netting. Fix seconds left in period. Number one. We're tied at one. Reminder that Chicago Blackhawks hockey is sponsored by t t g paints. This is so paint the NHL. Gilead did that on purpose stopped coming in? Yeah. And he did it on purpose. He jumped up and just headbutted up into the netting. Oh, that's fantastic period. Ends with the play in the hawk in one. One the score after twenty minutes to shots on goal favoring Calgary sixteen to twelve. So you can definitely tell what the top line and the Calgary. Flames is in their head. Coach Bill Peters uses them early and often and Blackhawks are gonna have to contend with that Troy and know that was one of your keys in the game. So far. Johny Gujral has the flames goal, but the hawks came back and scored one of their own with a nice backhand shot by Patrick Kane. It'll be on a high rate Lille highlight reels folks, it was beautiful. You just don't see that kind of a shot from that close in right on the goal line on the back end up into the top corner. Some guys may be on the forehand to make that shot. But on the back end Riddick shoulder could not believe that that Parker went in the net not a bad period for the hawks. They gotta take up a little bit defensively can't make mistakes in your own end. Today says Calgary team just relentless in their attack. Always looking for that open point shot suze get up to the front of the net. And there's always lots of traffic around the net that out that was not an easy period for caller Delia thing. I've noticed about the Calgary defense.
"bobby hall" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"The show's over today i'm going for jury duty i'll let you guys know how it goes to more it sounds like you're ready i never been more ready for anything finally my time to get back if people oh even watching this this cave and they're pulling these kids out of the cave oh yeah it's crazy didn't i think they just got the seventh kit out okay i have as of the sixth kid i don't know about the seventh that you may be breaking news now they got eighty eight pulling around about that yeah but those divers so crazy well couple of things here one is that they're pulling these kids out and order a strength to do you see this strongest kids out i like for sure it'd be the last one in there if i was a kid i'll be like they'll be like bobby hall we have honest with you you're like forty seven pounds gonna leave you last i just felt sorry for the lowest the little squirt has got to go yeah they're in their parents can't touch them yet see this they have to quarantine them listen we'll tell you what's not sad is they got found we we were gone when this happened they were found and they keep saying football on tv that means stockard us there's a soccer team though there are soccer team got it they everybody keeps saying football americans rule with our word we got here eight boys freed wow still underway in the cave tie cave this elon musk is iron man and i don't i don't know what he's doing hell because right now they have they have to people one on each side of each boy leading them through like one polling in one pushing and so but even what he's been sending over there i he goes hey we're gonna help out to eat all must tesla guy gonna help out he goes we've developed this basically bouncy house type tunnel and we're going to try here and see if it works and maybe we put it in the cave turns out it wasn't gonna be able to work but he goes let's try these things then he builds his kids submarine do you see the kid submarine they built you put like one small kid in there and wow isn't an iron man and so he's trying to help he's like i don't know if i'll use it but i'm gonna set.
"bobby hall" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
"To get the north koreans out and there was an internal debate with north from the within the north grands as to whether they should give me the pilots or not because they wanted money in exchange they wanted all kinds of some kind of ridiculous concessions and finally i said well i'm not leaving and i think they got sick of not just my staying there and sick of me but they finally right before christmas and i was about the leave because i said you know i some other negotiation is needed and i remember one of the north korean officials coming in and saying okay you have to go back with somebody one of your pilots died we didn't know it and we will take we will give you the pilot's body in a formal ceremony and bobby hall will be released you know before the end of the year this was like close to christmas i said all right is that can we make that a public commitment and they made a public amendment and so that's how i i got involved in hostage negotiations right after that i was involved in in an effort with on sunset achie in burma trying to get her out of prison in the house arrest that succeeded that started my relationship with on sushi and shortly thereafter there was the release of the two american contractors i got out of iraq from sadam hussein where i was almost an official on boy is congressman of the.
"bobby hall" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Here comes this wacky and wild and rules breaking what just a few years later what was at seventy who you at a team literally in right down the street in saint paul so what what effect was there on on the on the north stars from the wj that you could tell no huge impact and not a good one you know by the by the early seventies the north stars were already a team in transition allow the guys who'd been there in expansion we're moving on and there'd been management changes and coaching changes and and the mix was never quite that good they couldn't really rebuild just yet and and the veterans were moved out were missed in the young players took their place we're never quite that good and and by the mid to late seventies the the north stars were they were the worst team in the nhl and attendance was down and they found themselves in competition for business from the world hockey association which was this rebel league that started up in nineteen seventy two they put teams in a lot of the same markets that nhl teams where there were nhl teams and their approach their their strategy was we're going to pay our players more and we're going to lure star players away from the nhl and that's how we're gonna get and that's how would track the best talent and and so you know the north stars found themselves in competition for business we team in saint paul called the fighting saints and they came in with a lot of fanfare they threw big money at name players to give themselves credibility the biggest name by far was bobby hall great you know former blackhawks star so having.
"bobby hall" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"Decades decades the saint in the '70s were don't think they ever had a season where there one more than 5 games it they never made the play on now i know they were dog shit awful awful had an and and what's his name archie manning was a fucking great quarterback yeah there's bat and then you can and then the flip side you see like like let's say like the steelers ownership you'll like that's like a family that they love this team the city they wanna win the do things the right way and it's like they have six fucking rings no do you think it's they know when to give up control and not micromanage i think so i think i do think i mean it sounds kind of cliche sports speak but it's like they develop a system and like here's a it's like a culture that can accompany here's the way we do things here and when you get people to really buy into like this is how we work here and you have integrity you have good values for like how the probably treat employees all the way on down i think that that that become something that people really buy into i mean the ship people talk about the patriots and all that it's like you know i think they have a a real culture going in that organisation absolutely that blackhawks are probably the one of the greatest examples of that the uh uh bill works was the owner for years and he was despised by the fans because he pinch pennies he he he was a he treated bobby hall and all those other groups mckee to treat those guys like shit money was the only thing that mattered to him and when he died his son rocky wirtz took over and and attendance was in a thirty thousand whatever a seat stadium.
"bobby hall" Discussed on Road Trippin' with RJ and Channing
"Seven foot skinny thin year he are please bill walton the number one center and because of a variety that putting on a map did yes put him on the next night destroy baked in it back to bags are now because i watch yes because we had the play a role hockey right the blackhawks play could sunday no no this icago black filled up okay let's see i don't know anything about it but the blackhawks even beg dan where he has always obey the broncos yet bobby hall rounded slobby lobby ho ho robert hall aplomb bottle blonde hair no guard cooks yeah she's like frankenstein and too so the next night they play offense they play us market who's the number to center in the country jim show how lowered laced are as here third assault than that and i i think i had 25 we win the game but he outplayed me a guy where we can where it so he became the number one draft pick of the portland trail salinas zakho they to this day they say he's the greatest flop which is which is a fair deal is it fair you heard this rolling the dice anyway i ain't right who who loathes that more than five million forty six we me so he 64 me if we're going to a new hansie goes to israel even though in those in the nets i go nia what she but now no budget but you see where goal with the so so it's not an exact science.