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#161 - Looking for signs of SUCCESS instead of signs of FAILURE

Change Lives Make Money

14:39 min | 4 months ago

#161 - Looking for signs of SUCCESS instead of signs of FAILURE

"What is going on squad? Welcome to the James is make money on my podcast. The number one show for you want to make more money change more people's lives and have more of an impact on the world, although spending thousands of dollars on a website or even paid ads, mining's Brian Mark and I've been all my fitness coach for four years and my four years coaching I helped over one thousand online fitness clients completely transformed their lives, and in the last year I decided to start stepping up and sharing my knowledge with personal trainers. Trainers on how I quit my job and I took my business online. In last year helped over one hundred trainers quit their jobs and take their businesses fulltime online. So if you're brand new here, them welcome. I have a free e book for you that time about how my MC ten game month with I'm stories with your name? All you gotTA DO DM me on Instagram. That's at be mark fit, and I will send you your guide on how my clients make ten thousand dollars a month instagram stories now let's get into shown. What la finished coaches, instrumental market coming at you with another episode of the chains make money on the podcasts. He number one podcast four online fitness coaches so today we're talking about looking for success instead of looking for failure, looking for signs of success, instead of looking up signs of failure before we get into the podcast, three ways that you guys can help number one if you guys get value out of his August, subscribe on the podcasts or spotify APP. Number two screen shot any podcast episode. stories, technique happy mark so I know that you're tuning in and I can share that and number. Three telephone is a personal trainer you know be. Be Mark loves the love right so today on the train and we'd be talking to you guys about looking for success instead of looking for signs of failure and I think this is an extremely important topic for fitness coaches because I condition to fail. Unfortunately I think that society brings us up conditioners to fail, and they condition us to look for things that are wrong. Things that are right I think that when we're getting into our online business, one of the biggest things that hold us back is this feeling of discouragements is feeling that things aren't working out feeling that things aren't moving fast enough. This feeling that we're not cut out to be. And so for me in this podcast what I WANNA do is I want to give you guys the ability to notice the things that are working notice the signs that you're moving in the right direction so that you can start to capitalize and gain momentum as you go on your on that business, so I just got off the hot seat with one of my. Trainers and her name is Christine Cardenas I, hope I, said her last name right because. I think I might a bunch of it. So Christine remain ten thousand dollars in her first ninety days of the program and one of the things that she said to me, she was like you know it's really important that the first ever called it ahead with central client I booked my call and I didn't make the salesperson, and because I didn't make sale I realized that it was really dope. I didn't make the sale and that made me realize that. Sales game, and so after the call, and I did make the sale I started studying the sales game I started studying savage sales washed a lot of role plays, and I ended up closing the next five calls that had gone on in a row, which is a super important thing to kind of become aware of is after her first sales call. She didn't get discouraged. She didn't say oh. I'm not cut out for this. She didn't say Oh man, nobody wants to buy my programming. She didn't say all leads Boro. She said I need to work on my sales game. She started making me improvements. I think with on fitness coaches. There's a lot of people that get discouraged too easily because we. We start counting the reps than are working, and so when we're reaching out to potential prospects over in the DMZ potential prospects about are on the coaching program, and let's say somebody goes Sergey yet, right? We want to build their business always. Are you know the the messenger process with somebody reaches out and they ghost us. They don't want to book a call. We end up looking at that and we ended up saying like. Oh, man, like. It's really hard to build it on my business I. Keep Getting Ghosted, right? Let's say we get on the call with a potential prospect, and somebody says that they can't afford are on the coaching program. I think it's pretty common for on that bit. Say Hoping like Oh man. Nobody's buying this market because I just got the call the prospect and she said she was roped right, and we start looking for signs of failure we start looking for signs of failure and guys what we decide are reality is becomes a reality, and so if work constantly looking for reasons that are on my business is working or constantly looking for ways in which are on business isn't working. We're going to become tuned into, and we're going to become aware of more reasons and more things that are working on my business. Business what we focus on is what we attract, and so whatever situation happens. There's always two different ways to look at a situation one that benefits and one that doesn't and so. Let's talk about the sales calling out your so Christine. Books are for sales call. She gets on the call to prospect and the prospect doesn't buy. This is her first ever sales. She's ever booked at essential client ever right the way that would not benefit you to look that potential situation is gone on sales call. They didn't by the program. People are buying right. Right now. Because the coronavirus people are afraid to spend their money, people are bro or I'm not really good at sales I knew I wasn't this. I butchered that call I didn't do very good. Etcetera. Those type of emotions and those types of thoughts and feelings are GonNa leave you feeling discouraged disempowered and negative about growing your business, and with feelings discouragment trying to grow your on my business. How hard is it to build your online business when you don't think it's GonNa? Work? You guys asked me how motivator you to work on your online business. Business if you feel like, it's not gonNA work. Are you motivated? Know you're like. Why am I going to work on my on my business for three to five hours a day? If people are just going to say no to me on the phone, anyway, do you guys feel that? So we're not going to be motivated to work on a on business if looking for reasons that were failing and for looking for ways, in which failing, and so let's talk about the same situation as your first. Ever call in a program. You Book Your Call. The call and you don't make the sales a way to look at that situation in a way that's advantageous you and will empower you is to think about it like this. The fact that somebody literally was interested enough in your service to book a phone. Call with you is signs that you're moving in the right direction. The fact that somebody was willing to get him phone you and have a conversation about their fitness. Goals is a sign that you're building your business in the right direction. The fact they didn't say yes to. You means that there's something that you can fix. And if you fix that thing, you'll get one step closer to making money on the call, which means you'll make more money in your online business, and and this is the most important thing right because when you're building your on my business I. Think the biggest mistake trainers make. IS THEY WANT IT fast? WanNa make ten Cain the first month. They WANNA. Make Five. Thousand Dollars the first call to get on and winning doesn't happen. They look for reasons that there are failure. So what's really important on trainer is if you WanNa, get success, you have to get momentum and the best way to get mentioned is to recognize that if somebody re showed you because you've made a couple of fucking post on facebook instagram for a week. If you've got one call at that means if. If you do the same behavior over the span of the next twelve months, you'll likely get to a place where you're booking. Ten to twenty calls a week and you're making ten to twenty grand a month, but most people don't get there because most people have their first two or three calls. Let's say you have your five calls and the first five calls. You have the people they say not on the. First five every person's like no, not instead. Don't have the money on virus, etc, you can either look at that and say I suck at sales. Right I'M NOT GONNA sales. Nobody's Bein. What was me or you can at that and say like dude like five humans just booked a call of me, which means that my program is interesting enough for five people to want to talk about my own business coaching program, which means if I just improve my sales skills, and I get better at sales than I'm gonNA. Make a lot of money. Money because a lot of people are interested my service. You guys get what I'm saying here. We have to look for signs of success. We want to stay motivated. Because if we keep looking for reasons that were failing on my coaching business, we will not be empowered to continue moving forward guys. Success has momentum and sodas, failure success as momentum, sodas, failures, and these are all feelings that we have inside of our heads about the things were doing on a day to day basis, and we don't feel if we don't feel like we're. We're making progress in the right direction. Then we will not continue to take any action steps like as a human being like we love progress. We love to feel like we're moving in the right direction, and so if we feel like all the actions that we're taking aren't moving in the right direction, and we're not going to be empowered to continue moving to continue taking action, and so we have to look for signs that Shit is working. We have to look for reasons that we are successful and that's another thing I'm just going to. To stay here for a second is I'm not saying be like an overly optimistic to the point that you're delusional gas so overly optimistic to the you're delusional is if you get on ten sales calls every single. One of those people say no, then like the. You can't just keep saying like Oh, my God people are interested. Enough my service to work with me. You gotta fix them Shit and so like. Yes, look resigns moving in the right direction, and also if you're not getting the results, you want and also fix them check. Be Aware that everything that you're doing is learnable skill, and so if you're making postal, social media and people are reaching out to you, and they're wanting to work with you than that signs at your conscience good if you're making posted on social media and you're getting people content, but they're not actually engaging with it then that signs like you're GonNa Consistency, which is moving in the right direction, but you need to work on your contract, and so like I'm GonNa. Take this back even like another I'm GonNa go like zoom. Zoom all the way Europe to get clients right? Every online coaches goals to get clients make money changed lives right so everything that you're doing social media. The goal is to get clients that you can change your less. When you're making a post on social media, your goals to attract those clients correct so if you make a post, social media people reach out in like I'm interested in your service. Well, that's good. That means that you're content moving in their direction, so let's say interested enough to get in the DMZ. Right, so let's get your contents so the dams with you. If they're not willing to book a phone, call you then that means that something damn processes ops fixed at then. We'll get him a call now. We're getting one step closer to a bigger goal. Get Cold You. Let's say they don't buy the program. They reach out to you. There were willing to book a call. So that means contents good. You're good now. You need to look on your sales gain because they weren't willing to buy on the phone that there's something that you fixing your sales process, so you fix that in your sales process now you start getting sales on the ratio contents. Good. You're good. You're getting phone calls. You're making sales, but let's say you make a sale. And then somebody drops off in the first week. Well, that means that there's something wrong in your program delivery, so if you contents good, your are good sales calls a. A good, then you fix your program delivery now. People purchase now the puck onto no get on the GONNA. Call you make a sale and they stick around your programs good now. You're actually able to change people's lives now you but a system that actually works you guys say you have to think about the bigger. The Marge scale goal things ask ourselves. Are we moving in the direction of signing more clients? If your content is attracting clients, good John, you're fucking killing it. If your content isn't attracting clients, then you need to work on your content, which is fine, every contents attracting clients, but people are booking cost and you need to work in your. If your contents, attracting clients, book calls for you're not making sales, and you need to work your singles escape if you're making sales, but then people are leaving the program you'd working at program delivery, and you fix all of these things. You'll have a successful business period. That's IT and a story, so don't get discouraged when she doesn't working instead like. Ask yourself how I can improve these areas and when things are moving in the. The right direction make sure you're giving yourself credit or the things that are moving in the right direction. You guys go what I'm saying here. If you want to be successful in your online fitness business, you need to not count the reps and aren't working, and if you keep focusing on all the ways that things aren't working if you keep focusing on the people that aren't getting back to our people that are goes in. Ghost in the fucking DM's every day twenty thirty. There's also like three to five people that join the program. Day, and if I was super sad about everybody that goes to the gems and I would miss the fact that I'm signing three single day. You understand what I'm saying here. You can't count. The reps aren't working. If you guys WanNa make ten thousand dollars a month in your coaching business. You're probably. GonNa have to deal with the people that are going to say no to, and if you get sad and depressed every time somebody says not on the phone. Then you're not GonNa get the success. You deserve because you're not gonNA WANNA move those failures. If you keep counting the reps and being like I'm the worst salesperson ever. This like sucks. I'm not cut out for this. What was me? Saying here you have to start counting the reps and actually matter and when you get. Those reps were like you know, maybe didn't go your weight instead of being sad and like Sam, a failure be like all right cool. This is just something that I get to work on so that I can get better skills that I can. Clients make more money and change relaxed Focus and commission. Is this clear you guys get from this? So thank you so much for tuning in this is the changes. Make winning podcast. Let's go only you guys to make sure that in your online. Online business this week. Looking for signs that Your Business is moving in the right direction period that's it and stopped counting Reps. don't matter if somebody goes through in the DM's. Don't get sad about that. If there was anything you can do to improve your process and then focus on the people that a messaging you back, somebody says not on the. Don't get upset about it right like ask yourself how you can improve your sale process and then do that things that your sales process gets better to get closer to signing more clients. Guys get it if nobody's reaching out. Out if you're posting content, you're not getting anybody. Reach out you ever and you like men just suck it on training. No, you don't suck it on my training. Your content might suck, but you can improve that. You can get better at that so this work on that scale to start to attract clients. Get more DMZ your phone calls. Don't count the Reps. it don't matter if something's not working. Fix It instead of like beside about it, and then looking for signs of your businesses moving in the right direction, make sure giving yourself credit for those small ways you make. Make a piece of content. Somebody reaches out good job content. Sit, you're in the DMZ somebody and they want to book a call good job. You're DM processes sick. Somebody gets on a call humidity. No good job. He booked a phone call. Give yourselves credit. Stuff is working because you want that feeling of momentum. If you want to build a successful in that finish business, right? That's different now guys appreciate. Thank you so much for tuning in. It's your blood. Be Mark Bit coming with another episode. Three ways you can help number one subscribe to the podcast on spotify or Number to make sure you've screen shot any podcast episode from podcast APP showed. Stories and tagging Abby Marcus under the tuning in and number three. If you know a friend who is a personal trainer, issue tells them book podcasts. That's it for now. Guys Osceola Zone. I'll talk to you soon. Hey. If you're brand new here, thank you again for spending your valuable time with me I. really appreciate it I truly do respect your time I hope this was valuable for you. So if you're brand new listener again, thank you for checking of the show and don't forget. You can grab your copy of the book. How client ten thousand dollars a month and instagram stories over instagram? All you gotTa do is. Happy Market and tell me that you listen to the podcast. Be Sure to join me on the next episode at thanks again so much spending time with me Alec Board to catch new on the next episode. Is Make money the. PODCAST.

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Laws of The World Q&A

Business & Biceps

1:26:59 hr | 6 months ago

Laws of The World Q&A

"Ever since I was seven years old I was fascinating fascinated with where I am right now and I always wanted to visit where I am right. Now Charleston's always always really well. This is my parents took me. I just fascinated fascinated and I'm here right now in business. So it's that's what we're talking about. If that's not a coincidence hell on this episode live. Qna and I'm telling you right now there's things you can put into your business in life that is going to help you from this episode. What do you think John Bosco? I think there was some broad questions that We we did our best to answer. there there was a healthy Number of good questions. That related to actionable items but there was also some humor so if you like an jobs the shows for you happy shit. What's up everybody in local to another episode of business and biceps? And you better wake up today. Show will yacht. Qna We got fifteen dynamic questions. Other dynamic dynamic John fusco dynamic methods. Okay whether it's life whether it's business. John has no clue what they are. I barely looked at them just enough to know that they're good. I just got finished German volume training on DVD. I just saw ready for anything. Dude Daughter You. You might be aware not aware so my favorite little twist. I added to German volume. Training was the ten second rest period. So it's ten sets a ten with ten seconds rest. It is fucking brutal so I created it back when I I originally like Read about German volume training and I was trying to get extra. Leg Extensions in for bodybuilding show and I was trying to fit him in like extra work and I was like you know what obviously you can't go as heavy but I was like if I can go ten seconds rest. I could get all ten sets of these done in a few minutes. Boro the pope is heard. You pick any exercise in only take ten seconds rest in between. It's outrageous dude. I but but how was the like obviously Gt is a strength. Bill like was it was tough to build strength with that kind of break while I mean the thing is it was more utilized from conditioning standpoint. Probably you know what I'm saying. It was because obviously. Gt was originally strength builder. And I just took a twist on it and made it like basically a cra- but it gave you a crazy pump though obviously makes us pretty good art. Hey I like talking. We'll training I good johnny before we get into this. I want five minutes John on they. They are talking about restarting everything. Mon- May I? I think we should spend five minutes on that good better indifferent and then roll into the questions. What's your thoughts on that? And then I'll give you mine so I I think even the opening what you just said is a great example of what the lead. We're following right now right so I understood it and maybe you're right. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe we're both right and wrong. I understood it like the governors have the ability to potentially open even before. May I may. Maybe I misunderstood it. But they're talking about these three fourteen day phases where individual municipalities can make their own decisions. And listen I am. I'm the farthest thing from Medical Science expert. It doesn't make sense to me. It doesn't make sense to me because one guy could go from the next town the next the next time. But but here's the thing I I've been thinking about in a mentioned on the show would always surprises me. A good way is how when you put things in the hands of the people which listen trump has done. Trump has absolutely like it or hate it. I don't give a fuck. He's punted the football when it comes to leading in a time of crisis which if I was a president I would look forward to a time where the country is looking to you to lead. He's punted the football he said. Okay I'm out of the decision making Ugo make the decisions right. So I have an extreme belief in the people because the people have already. The people have flattened the curve. Don't tell me some fucking bogus ass word. Social distancing as flattening the people's choice to stay in their houses. Stay away. None of it's being enforced. I believe in the people so this thing that the rolling out that is incredibly difficult to understand especially for business people and all people like. I believe that the people are not going to be stupid so when they enter into society if the economy gets quote unquote turn back on. I think they will distance. I think they will have a masks for the most part. I think they will do all that. Until there's a clear Vaccine or cure. If you will so I believe in the people so I'm not GonNa Count this thing out because it's disorganized in my opinion. I don't know what your I like that. Take Johnny. I believe in the people too. I just I think about you know if I think about retail like well. We have a social. Everyone could wear masks. You'd be in-and-out but then I think about like my gym and it. Just it just seems like that's probably not going to be within a phase one anyway that type of business but just everybody's sweating on top so. I sought real quick. I saw on that last night on on the. I believe it was phased to Dr Dix or Knicks or whatever. Her name is burks burks session. So imagine this. It's not just how like unthought outed as they said in gyms can reopen. They said in gyms can reopen. But they have to strictly respect and enforce social distance. And so you're gonNa tell me at a prime prime time a six. Pm At a fucking. Jim People are going to be six feet away from each other. They're not going to beat the fuck out of each other for being on this bench for two. It's it's impossible. But that's how that's how deep I feel like the administration is going unthinking things out. It's just a good example. I think so. I think that there is. Some businesses can operate Now or soon right and it's still risk but I think it can happen but even though I wanna be in my gym so fucking bad. John I can't even articulate it properly how much I miss it. I I know you when you think about. Oh Gee I don't know what that means bladder. Yeah well you must because you mentioned him. No no never who it means but anyway. So it's like trays laughing. He must do it. Huge fabric set all my time. What I'm getting at is even though I want to like emotionally. You know be there. I just don't know that at least this early that Ma- that would even be the right thing to do that so I I don't know period would be. I would agree with you. You know what I mean so I struggle with that Already now there's a few more weeks and we're going to learn more but I don't know it was definitely something. I saw. Come across twitter from dewine this morning you know which is. Argyle high-ups thinking she's like it just doesn't I don't know I'm conflicted but I think some some people will be fine in some businesses all right first question. The Austin wants to know who is your guys. Most admire business person or athlete in why most admirable business person or athlete. And why niable admirable. How do you say this admirable? I would say so. There's this there's this guy most people probably haven't heard of him but he's like a legendary Hollywood producer and and Kinda dealmaker and he's just there and he's been there forever You've probably seen his name and credits. His name is Jerry Weintraub in. I remember seeing something on him when I was like nineteen years old. Like a documentary. About how he you know. I think it's related ability right. How he didn't have the skills to be in the movies but he always knew how to get in the mix and make deals and connect you know point eight point B. And then he made his way on little feature films and he started producing them and he started securing funding forum and now. I think the guys in his eighties. And he's like he's like kind of like a godfather in Hollywood and he's not an actor he's not Hollywood at all But he just he just found his niche in space that was so big with limited skills and amount of will so sure you know we could go down the list of the you know. Jeff bezos is sure. Now that this this guy's dealmaker and it's a mask him not only Probably the most impeccable reputation in the entertainment industry but he. He just shows everybody that. If you WANNA be in something you don't need to have The skill set that everyone tells you you need to. You can get in the mix and you can make it happen. So Jerry Weintraub if you guys haven't heard of him His last name is W. E. E. I N. T. R. A. Ub and also Clive Davis allowed. People Know Clive Davis Capitol Records Same exact thing. The guy was a lawyer and he had a sound His he could hear hits and basically built capitol records. He's another guy that's pretty cool. I was trying to think of somebody other than what how we talk about. You know I've talked about Arnold a bazillion times talked about I was thinking of. You know somebody. I really admire in in in love. Their content a little bit Maybe earlier content. Maybe not as much now but as Tim Ferriss. I've got a big respect for Tim. Ferriss because in more because of the way that he wrote his books was all trial and error based so he reminds me of the way that I do things from a fitness standpoint but he goes another level and does blood work. And you know what I mean He. He's like at the psycho fucking analytic level. Which I I don't even operate that way but I respect the way when he would bring his books out whether it's business whether it's On his body and when I met him in person and and ask them about those things and like he fucking grilled me about the squatter day stuff in the lunges and all these things. He's a person who's always computing things in making sense of them but is never closed minded on that things that maybe don't match up art possibilities any does that same type of thing with I think angel investing and the way he operates and I think the freedom early on what he created for himself actually coming from the seligman industry originally he was one of the original people that had a new tropic That did like fifty grand a month online and he used that to leverage you know massive email lists and write books and now. He's at the point where he doesn't need a book deal. He can pop his own book out. He's got so many people that pay it's like he just really The way that he's Ford that path over the last you know about ten years plus has been pretty impressive and he also spoke out a lot about mental health most recently and some other things that he had battled and he's a very very interesting guy. I'm fortunate I got to meet him and talk to him a few times and it was Yeah a show and he did. That's right nominal. Yeah he took over the show John John had like but it was amazing. Never if you ever have Tim Ferriss on your podcast. Forgive them never give him what you're going to talk about. It was just member. He would just go down. The list. Just took it over and computer downloading shit happening. I forgot all about that was amazing. All right the next question. from Nathan cleaves forty four. How does having or not having your personal life together affect your business so basically. How does your Personal Life Affect Your Business? Yeah this is this is this is just man. It's a tough one in my take on. It is when you're younger and you're trying establish yourself and then once you do establish yourself and you start having some success the bigger personal life you have the higher the probability that you're not going to continue to grow and be successful because that it sound it sounds unhealthy but a personal life Activities that involve personal. Things are a distraction from what I believe should be if you want to be very successful. Your obsession and your obsession especially when you're young and you have energy has to be your business so you know. Everyone talks about work life balance. I don't personally believe in it I believe I believe there's levels of it right. I believe there's levels of it and I believe people who are wealthy. They're wealthy can choose to pull back and they can. They can make that choice. But if you fall in the category of I want more I would like so many of us. Do I want if you want more? Your social life is going to be a distraction. It just is because more by definition is more than the next guy in the next guy's working Monday through Friday. So if you want more you better count every day with a y as a work day and that's my take. I think it's completely distracting for people who who want more. I think to Johnny Lake. People who's personal lives are trainwreck. Have an extremely hard time. It's not even necessarily a time thing but I think even having it organized you know. We've talked about this before like if you have a business partner that's doing a bunch of craziness but he's still delivering at work. There's not really Anything you can say right per se but and there's nothing you should say because exactly on business but my point is though most people can't hold that up long-term because if there's that much chaos and that much uncertainty and you know kind of an unruliness going on eventually in this is my opinion it starts to seep over. How how does it not so I have no personal life? I think if you have no personal life and Your Business. Twenty four seven. You don't have those bad things you're referring to correct 'cause you're not up in the fucking strip joint you're not messing around you're not doing dirt essentially on the side right. Which is what I'm kind of referring to right. But also the flip side is. Is that a person like me. That has three kids. They'll have practices. They all have school functions. They all have all of these things that take me away and it just th. There's nothing I can do about. Its divide and conquer. If I had one kid it'd be different but three kids in L. OF AGE. We're going every which way and so like there's things and that's why. I was really fortunate that the first really almost fifteen years of my business. My kids were young so I was at least able to put that time in and get a little bit of freedom towards what's happening nowadays but all of those things pull on you and it's just what it is and so when people talk about where flight work life balance people ask me about this shit all the time. Doni reason why it's even a quarter of the way in balance is because of rage because I'm a fucking maniac. I gotTa keep myself for myself. But that's what I chose because I wanted to be an entrepreneur so like this is something that will be debated in talked about all the time and it's it means something different for everyone else it. Just it's not the same across the board forever. Each person like what John Wants and thinks his balance of what I want and think is balanced in. It's GonNa Change from when you're twenty to forty potentially to write i. I believe at some point Janis. They'll be a point where my time is not going to be as used inside the business. My I'll leverage my skills or my assets or whatever it is but my actual me being there standing there working will change at some point in that will change the balance right that. That's what I like to call you know my plan in that was my goal and luckily I've gotten towards it but as I'm basically at it earlier than I thought I would be. I can tell you this. I don't know to be able to say God. It's hard all gas. I'm I'm lucky I get to do what I love in. I don't have to do anything so if I'm doing it. I want to do it so so. I think that's where Johnny I think that a lot of people that don't do what they liked to do. Wi- retirement is so important right because they look at it as they're getting their freedom back to do stuff they like and so. I think that what happens with guys like us. I mean dude part of most of what I do is has to do with lifting weights or talking about our experiences. Like it's. It's not something that I dislike it all so why you know what I mean. So that's where it is a tough kind of deal but if one day John Vasco wakes up and says I fucking hate during the podcast. I don't like selling supplements anymore. I don't WanNa do that. Suing it exactly. That's that's my point so that freedom is hard for people to maybe grasp all the way. But that's really why people that are in our position that like what they do continue doing. It may be an a perceived unbalanced way. It's because it's we enjoy it. Call me unbalanced alcohol. You broke whatever era so this question was down the list. But I'm going to bring it up because I think it's good to back off. This will it and then so this question was. Will it ever be enough? So what is well? Whatever be enough. You know what I'm saying. This is not a again if you're doing it for money. That's that's an appropriate question. Yeah I'll speak for myself. None of this has to do with money. This has to people. Don't understand that John. You WanNa make money. There's no doubt about that. That's that's part of the process right. It's like if your Major League Baseball player part of the process. Is you go to practice right but like that's not like why you're a baseball player you. You're a baseball player. 'cause 'cause you love it and sure some do it for the money. I'm speaking for myself right so speaking for myself. I don't do it for the money I do it because I get to feel what I think. A lot of people wanNA feel but they don't know how to ever get there. I get to wake up every day and feel a challenge and have a metric. I could put myself against and and that to me. That's what I want. That's how I feel alive. So is there ever enough enough. What waking up like looking forward to the day. Is there ever enough like? That's that's what I want so so so oh yeah money can can can stack up this or that. But that's not the objective and if people who don't see people who don't have money they don't believe that they don't believe that people who may some do it not for the money. Yeah when it only about the money it never grew like it does. I mean it's only about the money you're not putting out quality what it is right. It's like the guy wants the money WanNa know what he does guy wants the money. He goes and gets lottery tickets because he wants some money. You want to build things that fulfill me and I get to wake up every day and chase that I don't have a gratitude that what one hundred percent because I know there's a gift involved. I know I work my ass off but I know like this is a God gives everyone gifts in my opinion and this is one of mine saying an I love it. Yeah 'cause it's really a per that's I mean that that just changes from person to person to I. I think that One thing you said early when we started working in business was about money really is the scorecard of really your skill set in how you scale it. How you manage it. How you sell how you how you create and I think like I never really had thought about it that way right. That was You know I obviously have so passionate just like you with the area of things I was in. I couldn't stop it if I tried. It's R- it'd be real. That's why I look guys like Louie Simmons still creating like training content in their seventies. You've been doing it for the money. Exactly what you think you think. He's making more money now than ever. He is my point he absolutely is. I bet you. He doesn't even know how much money has no and you just like her and he doesn't care because he cares about fucking screaming at people who benched nine hundred pounds. That's exactly right essay like there's a couple of things he cares about probably like his dog his lifting and he what car he drives but he. I guarantee he doesn't even know how much money has been. I mean he might know but I I don't know but that's when it's when it's really unapologetic for the love. And the pursuit of the money usually follows. Especially if you're at the highest level of your game that Dude's known as the godfather of strength so the stuff that he's putting out reserve so high in it's been for so long is I really have looked at his kind of model for how he's done it all these years and in really I. I always think to myself like. Is there going to be a time where? I don't WanNA teach people how to do it. I love that that would be. That would be weird almost so yes it's a but I think it's I think it's good for people to hear this side of it I want to ask you Can I ask you a business question? Sure okay cool so as it relates to your online training business. I've always you know I have. I have interest in that as as a space obviously on so with you having a successful online training business and these are my thoughts and you know a better than I is. There is this part of the I duNno your plants. Is this part of the plan or tell me why. Wouldn't be to essentially say okay as I age and as we live in a world were you know younger people heavier weights all this new faces fresh this and that is your plan to. Indu time piece off equity to people who you identify as people who carry your goals your vision and your values piece it off to to the to the next people and so you can be seventy years old right and not having to do get stacked covers. Yeah you know what John. I've thought about that over time. One thing I love about the. Here's what I think will evolve right and and I've seen this from from Louis. That's really the one that I've kind of that. He's kind of created the motto. Essentially is eventually. It's not in it starting to a wall. It's not really about my bench press anymore. You know what I'm saying about my squad anymore You eventually get to where you go into the level where the coaching is you. You become to where the knowledge is. Because you've already kind of live you're lifting days per se right. I'm always going to compete and do things and and try to keep a high level fitness. Because that's just me? I can do that all the way into my fifties am I gonNa do it at the highest level. I really been getting beat my entire life. I've just got the best out of me. Will I bring people in essentially? That's I have guys in the in the forum crew. I think they could fit that model some point but I'm hesitant to you know. Bring somebody in full go and do all that too early. You know what I mean. When is the best time? That's probably the scalable really lake Kind of question and as I still see in push personally I will be the out. Front person firs long's IT feels natural. So here's a quick question nos so obviously with any business. We have to say okay. What happens if somebody dies question with yours? I mean. Correct me if I'm wrong if something happened you it's it's it's it's trouble big note. Note no question. I had to think about that one. I got hurt real bad this year. That was the first check to it because when I went to this you know I didn't get surgery. I continued to lift anyway but when I went in there like you might not be able to live for ten months. That was the I remember. I've been doing this as I was seventeen. I've never had a serious injury. Which is pretty crazy. If you really think about it. Nothing that would ever had to go to a surgeon for talk to a doctor in so than Cairo So that was the first time I had a check on a couple things one. That's when I got more I would say like invested in some other passive incomes because I understood that okay there this could be in jeopardy potentially because I'm so much of a part of it personally into it started me to think about the process that you're absolutely talking about because unlike a vet and the game. I'm in my forties. I mean re- in reality I I. It sounds funny but I look at myself like that because essentially I'm really too late to my own business. I mean basically and even though it's kind of funny to say but it's it's it's it's a lot of it's true so yeah all of those thoughts have been In right now it still feels natural but a year from now it could not or two years from now or like you said or if something happened so I have some stuff in place in some ideas and it definitely is some things. I've thought about Ba Right now to your point I've had people say Dude you're forty why you still eating like this and trying to keep apps well not really trying to. It's just kind of what I do. You know what I'm saying like. It still feels that way and I still have. I still have an excitement about going to compete. I still have an excitement to push myself. Sure eventually at a level I won't I but I can't answer that all the way but as a question there Johnny. that Okay all right from Benny. Tb Ninety nine. He wants to know should business be moving away from traditional advertising to a hundred percent digital. I think I think yes I think. Yes and no I I'm going to give you an example. There are certain pockets that Tv still really works right. So If you are in specific businesses that let's say. I'll just give you an example if you do anything with Firearms Right. You want to advertise with Fox News. If you can right I mean there because because we live in a divided country. It's not hard to know where to advertise certain things and find those certain people it you have to say okay. So the news crowd which is a more conservative. You know we know what they're like they're not really digital right there. They're not all online right. They're more old school. So if you have if you sell gold right like you WanNa you WanNa probably you know you don't want to run a bunch of IGIEA ads. 'cause 'cause I'm Chad ads. Yeah they're not they're not on I G so I think that's a that's a that's a example that you know is maybe not spanning all sectors but yeah there are pockets were old school advertising still works but in general the tracking in analytics of digital advertising destroys TV and it is It is a better value but I just think you can't make that blanket statement. I think that if you're not conscious of that in your only doing traditional print ads and shit like that you're going to be in fucking trouble real quick pre if you're doing print ads your goofball period but probably in some markets maybe maybe certain businesses. It just still crushes it. But I would say it's got to be way more slim than it's ever been at this New York Times. You can do a print ad. I mean there are very very few things you could do. Print ADS don't exist. Think about that John. Think about how much of a part print ads were of our economy. And just the way we consumed for so long it's wild to think it's vanish basically absolutely. It's fucking gone. I remember like it was a mandatory thing in early supplements that you had print ads going just mandatory. It was just the way it was like you had to. You had to basically commit so much and that was just the way the vendors expected. It's so crazy. All right The breakthrough all right next is from Michael well performance. What is an early breakthrough? What is something that you were like? Aw Man this is it. I guess in business. I'm guessing you an early breakthrough bad like like in my in my own mind or probably in your own mind. Maybe it was. You notched up a deal or a thing or something you created. Maybe that's that's quite a broad question. Michael Pipe performance. This I think in the earliest breakthrough Is that A nobody cares About you unless you can produce so I said that to you Johnny. That was a breakthrough. Yeah when he said it to me but BA welby well before that because I really started to see how people were treated in in in as time has gone on and I've been another spaces. Everyone wants a performer. Everyone wants a performer. Whether you get ratings whether you can sell things whether you're the best at graph everyone wants a performer. And guess what they will deal with your baggage. They will deal or your madness if you can deliver like period so like when you go win and you're young you think you think the things that should matter matter should but the things that should matter don't matter in business and that's that's bad to say but it's true taking my problem athletes broke. They go catch ten balls. Don't fuck it matter. What the hell. They're if they're getting high six days a week motherfuckers. Don't care will yeah I do you know easy. It is to be like okay. That guy is our number two producer in the company. He has three sexual harassment Issues it's cheaper for us to pay off these women and get him out then it would be to let him go. I mean do it all the time to. That's the way of the world. So that's that's where it's kind of sad that's the one that's kind of sad about really understanding the things that should matter. Don't you know you experience the younger in your career? Ray John you're producing but you're acting kind of wild and they just dealt with it. Yeah they dealt with it and and and beyond that they. They knew that I was a workhorse so I was actually encouraged indirectly from A number three to you. Know to do coke so I could work longer and more out of me. Like straight straight up That's crazy talk straight straight talk. Hey just hit this line. Because we know you'll get more money straightalk It was it was eye opening. Because when you when you're young you're like Oh wow like. Is that how you get to the top? You know you don't have the the wisdom of time. Yes it'd be like fuck this motherfucker. I'm going right to the CEO. This guy's a piece of shit you know. You can't be fucking preying on kids like that. You'll fuck their whole life up. You know Hebrew. That's crazy John that you were up against that essentially. Yeah I remember the exact. I'LL GIVE YOU THIRTY SECONDS. Exactly scenario was so. I was working for a company that at the time. I believe had nineteen gems and I was managing to gyms that were called B gyms and then there was eight gyms and see gems. Atm's were very high traffic areas like downtown Chicago. Michigan Avenue. B. Gyms were mid traffic areas. See Jim was low traffic area so I managed to be gyms and he was like. Wow your numbers are coming up on this on this guy and he's Vinnie runs. Agm's and you're pushing up on him. He's like you just need something to get over the edge unlike dude. I'm like I can't push a bj impasse in agem. They get like four hundred more fucking check INS day like saying. I'm not I'm not a magic man. He's like well. Maybe you are a magic man. You know because Vinnie likes to go in the in the Tanning Benny sprinkles this white powder and he just puts it up his nose and boom the numbers come. I think you should try to go looking room number five. Oh Yeah Oh yeah. I was so naive Johnny. Oh yeah that's great. That's great I mean you're like what twenty years old pray twenty and a half year in my guess. Would John Posco's already maniac mentality? The last thing you need is super set it with cocaine correct Kris cheese and that is preying on young people that look people in one man. That's that's what twenty? I'm making like a like a hundred and forty thousand fucking six months earlier. I was making like forty thousand and fucking flying up and I'm like Shit. What's next the quarter? Mil You know. Just got to do some coke literally crazy a breakthrough for me. I think was built a ton of confidence. Was I when I was able to get my first personal training studio open even though it was ragtag as all get out and all my clients followed me from the gym I think the first level of personal training where I was paying rent at this little gym and I'd created you know ten twelve fifteen clients like I kind of expected that I would be able to kind of bullshit my way through that. I didn't know that much about training. That was nice to people and a lot of these people. Were you know like really beginner? So anything? I was showing them was doing well but when I was able to pretty much completely on my own obviously I had a little bit of help but not really like not like my dad came in town like taught me how to open my personal training studio. You know what I'm saying like People Rally. My Dad slapped me in the head. Yeah Well My my dad. Don't even know if knew what was going on. So it's like one of those things where People say help. They committed to coming with me in giving their business. They would bring a pair of extra five pound dumbbells if they had them laying around their house. Guys would bring the exercise bikes like whatever to kind of contribute to the equipment. I really can afford to buy but when I got that open and then went through my first week of business and I didn't lose a dime. Obviously my overhead went up but I created a belief in confidence in myself about one doing job. I never met anyone else. That did Especially growing up obviously in that. This would confirm that this could be a real thing for me and I thought I'd be a personal trainer for the rest of my life. I'M NOT GONNA lie like in. So that was a huge breakthrough. Second big breakthrough for me was the first time. I saw my product at GNC. My whole life dude. I bought products at GNC. When I walked in I was one product. I have a picture on my house. Still with with Alex. He's I don't know maybe like three or four years old. It's on the bottom shelf. It's terrible rapper. It's Yes yes. Original the original Hologram changed. Yes yes it's the affliction. I have a picture of Johnny and senator. It's amazing bottom shelf but there was something about that that when I walked in my local Steubenville. Gnc that I had shop that as a kid lifting weights and could see something that I was directly associated with. It created another belief that why not fucking me. Why not us in this group? Why why not? Why not you know what I mean all these things that I kind of thought through to build confidence to be somebody that I aspired to be like. They were starting to happen in each way. I broke through those little pockets. It just created more confidence for me so those are my two things. I think helped me a ton that the next DJ age fifty four. What's the most awkward situation? Y'All ever found yourself in in business or life. You can't go the John you gotTa pull these mother fuckers or life or business online. Everything's in hey came to mind was reporting old burst. Oh sure okay. Yeah we're really enjoyed. John was fantastic. So all right. That's fine we can do that. My my first business partner. Who was my friend? I was at his wedding and other business partner at the time was there and he was older than me and he. He had a wife. Pretty good-looking wife and When they eat they would say funny things and weird things and all this stuff and We were having drinks. We're at the reception and He's like you think she looks good tonight. I'm like who like I'm not going to say her name. He was like my wife. Mikey yeah sure. She looks good tonight. And he's like yeah and then she's like Brennan and then he's like he's like yeah. I'm like Yeah Dude. Looks fucking good tonight. He's like you. WanNa hand up on my car. I might what he's like. You wanted to give you a hand job. And then I'm like is this guy fucking with me and then I look at her and she's smiling at me and he's smiling at me and he's like you WanNa hand job and like just like that. I I could imagine if someone was really like India. They'd be like you know. You WanNa Fuck my wife. Fuck when I'm getting the MICHELOB? Ultra is like. Hey Hey check her out. She looks good. Okay you WANNA hand job and I'm just like what I actually. I should've taken it looking back on it. I I should a taken it but I didn't. I didn't take it disappointed in myself. I failed so there's a couple of questions John Yeah sure. How do you come back now? You did business with this guy. I remember you come back from or you denying his wife from giving you a hand job as a nice from your business partner like you come back from that like the next time you see each other you act like it didn't happen or do you address it like man. She was such a nice person to end I just acted like so because my brain always which is like when it comes to anything connecting to business I do not let loose. I'm very regimented. So because I was like okay. Business Partner Danger Danger Danger. I played it off like it was a joke even though they were serious. Fuck I laughed at like you guys are fucking you know. Oh you guys are funny. You know in the back of your head fucking serious right. I knew there were serious. Pulled my penis out of Jackie related but essentially essentially so me playing it off as a joke Gave them an out so next time I saw them. You know they could. Obviously they were drunk. They they could be like. Oh Yeah that was fun. You know so so. It wasn't as awkward because I played it off as a joke and I was like oh I got oh. I'm going to go grab a drink. You guys want want anything. So I played it off well My most awkward business situation slash life also had Involved my Weiner and it will win. Okay my Weiner and I thought I was getting fucking robbed. One morning at old school gym told the story a long time ago. But there are some New People. Here on the PODCAST. Some I was lifting at five thirty in the morning one time and my friend was done lifting and he left but as he was leaving there were two people that were they actually rolled it. The more I think about this on why this motherfucker ever left me. They rolled under the garage door. So we had a keycard facility a keypad. So they didn't have a code. They actually rolled under the garage door. One Guy at first and am I do didn't even like I think we just kind of like shocked like what was happening and he seemed like cool at first so he dipped and then all of a sudden a second do rolls up under the garage door and I can tell something's fucking raw. Yeah so I'm thinking to myself. All right they feel like their intention is like the fucking rob me. So I'm trying to create some space and he's asking all kinds of weird fucking questions and I'm trying to get some other forgot my gym. All of a sudden he yells. Show me Your fucking Cock right now. Right fucking now. Show me Your fucking talk and I'm Blake. I don't want my money like dude. It was unable. It's just a game off. Was this the GM so fucking weird? So I thought could flip out. I start fucking scream and yell in like in once again. The second guy that rolled any of his hands in his pockets. I wasn't sure what I keep playing pocket. Pinball I mean I guess he was just waiting for the fucking show Johnny and so you know when somebody yells at you. Show me your cock by laughing and then. I would assault them. It'd be like a one two punch. Honestly they will the one person I probably would have punched him but show. I was so in fucking shock. The two I was being basically assaulted it acts almost salt on. I went from thinking I was going to be robbed. Two fingered. You a really weird gay situation like those emotion changes are two of them. You can show them your cock and then one of them start figuring. You're fucking crazy. I'm really glad that didn't happen. Oh yeah that'd be. That'd be nuts next. John Pretty bad that both of our situations had to do. Yeah Yeah we're we're the PUCK IS D- When you need them. He can throw some blows. I know right exactly all right at fully fit. Coach wants to know what failures have helped shape your success the most or even if deemed a failure is. I guess what you know. Trials and business. Yeah what would for me it letting my weaknesses. Get the best of me So essentially you know I was. I was doing well And then I became addicted and I was. I was functional. I was still making money but my my drive to go get more to get more it it. It paused it paused in at that time. I wasn't aspiring for more. I was just I was just living so luckily I was a functional addict. Which most people aren't so I could fucking pay my bills and not be a fucking absolute degenerate but That getting getting through that and then literally like cleaning it up and then truly feel feeling like the door like doors have just completely opened so from a possibility standpoint. Like Dude my brain's back. I can do anything I can do. Fucking anything so My drug use limited Me severely and it will limit everybody and that's how I will always describe it to people who are familiar with. They're not from. It is the pause button. It is the pause button on your ambitions the pause button on your life all that stuff and then from there you know. I wasn't fully ready to work with people and I have a like a a temper problem and It took me took me like five six years to understand that man. I was really hurting myself when I even if I even if I had principal on my side if I come down like a fucking ton of bricks on someone and you know I don't want to say this but I'll let in scare them. I feel weird when I say that but like an an scare people they just. They're just not comfortable you know. So they're never gonNA wear good with me and if they are nice to me. It's because they're scared of me so I have this whole thing in my life where I'm not even aware and and and and my mom talking about before that like people can be scared of me because to me. I don't think like that I don't I don't I don't ever look at someone who am scared of that person but other people don't think like me so. I had this issue where people were literally scared of me and that's so foreign but I had to face and I had to adapt my behavior. You know you think is unaware of your presence John. I think I think at that time. I'm aware of my presidents now but at that time it was the presence combined with almost a daily. See if I lose it now I might lose it like every three months or something like that. I would lose it almost every day. Got You know because there's always something every day that upsets you of course not. But I wasn't aware see. I believe that if I knew that it was wrong that everything was on the table always and technically sure. But but you're not going to. You'RE NOT GONNA win. You'RE NOT GONNA win with people if you fuck in destroy them you. It's possible to scale that way. Yeah Yeah like people are legitimately going to be scared to you and and it took me a long time to understand that. Yeah I think I had the complete opposite of that John. Like I just never spoke up enough and then I would let you know and I really. I see what you're saying because if I didn't go through which I'm going to talk about you know my part I think like if I didn't go through the MP process if me and you met earlier than that process. I would've had a lot harder time dealing with you. Even though you'd be unaware like I had to go through what I saw in that type of business and get a thicker skin to be able to handle stronger personalities. like yourself. There's just no way I would. I wouldn't have been able to do it. I guarantee it you know. I changed a lot during that ten years Because I learned so much about business and money and absolutes and what it really takes and the stress that I went through and got through and came out and I grew so much as a person that it allowed me to To build a handle people. That are stronger like you either. Whether they're aware not aware M be able to even though I built confidence in myself but then to be able to stand up whenever if it's like a borderline moment to be like no. This is what I think is right. I have to voice my opinion. Not just let it slide in so a lot of times. I just didn't do it early days. And I think that I couldn't have saved what happened at MP and not all of it was a failure. But I deem it as not a super success either your there's pieces of it that were successful and I was able to then leverage things post muscle farm but ultimately There's to me it was a failure. I mean I it just was I just don't and this might sound weird for people to hear because people don't understand all the nuts and bolts like you know a success would have been selling it would have been selling in the darning. You're speaking the truth. The company has a As as a as a value right now three million dollars. Yeah Oh yeah we used to three million just gets we'll stack you know what I'm saying. Oh you're speaking the truth. Yeah so I mean if I look back at that part of my career it was uncovering in creating a different animal of business in understanding that. There's no way I would be meet today if I didn't go through it. Hence also probably be able to work with John especially the earlier stage John. Not now John but either way like I just think that That process in me in this article said it's all about how you stand back up when you go through. Major adversity is just like you did whenever you have the addiction problem to Johnny. So it's like you uncover these things. That's why taking chances in going through multiple things I never really say like I would get up and say oh. I failed because that's just part of my story in process in I've evolved and then since then came out on the other side and I'm one of the only people Main people that are doing anything that I'm aware of that's of entrepreneurial value since then that I worked with just the fucking truth and and people can hate or whatever but I just know what I uncovered during that time so I looked at it as extremely valuable. It's the only reason why I'm able to be here and talk with The type of confidence from the things that I endured and came out on the other side and I I honestly wouldn't change it. I mean I just think that I wouldn't have really understood a high level high level adversity from a business standpoint if I didn't Kind of go through some of those things like it made me a better person. Even though I didn't love it at the time that's for sure all right next question. What would you say is the most underestimated key to owning multiple businesses? At once from Alex Leaf the most underestimated key owning multiple businesses. At one time. Probably that if you don't have a absolute one to two or more all stars all in people that you've put time into don't even think about owning more than one business because multiple businesses sounds sound sexy. Sounds as it's only it's only like you. You know you get to a point where you can only do so much and you have to have good people and it's not about. It's not about getting good people and then getting getting the most out of them and trying to. Max No you have to fucking put them in a situation where they can win because if they're in a situation where they can win they're going. WanNa win their for their career. And they're gonNA see a lot of upside and obviously so are you. You cannot have multiple interests without people you know what I'm saying and You have to put time into people. You're you can't just hire somebody especially if you own part of the business and let them do their thing you need to instill in them. What's expected I? I would equate it and I'm not a parent but to parenting. I mean not that you hire a kids but if it's your show you have to instill in them the values you have to smack on the motherfucking ass you know hypothetically when they need it and you gotta let them know when they're fucking smash it because guess what they're going to have to do that to the next crop that they bring it so so you can't just say these things work. Grinham in hands-off you gotTA BE UP THEIR ASS. Bro. You gotta be up their ass in a way that they they know you care but if you smack him in the fucking ass it may take an hour or two but they know you're doing it to make them better yet. I think that the expectation of what is Lake has to happen. Especially if it doesn't happen then show what needs to happen and then have that conversation like this can happen. You know what I'm saying like. I think those those type of things that I think a lot of people need to know. What the absolutes are you know at the end of the day like. Hey this thing Happens in this business. This can't fuck in happen. We need to go over why it's happening. What's the things we put in place to make sure it doesn't happen and then John had some really good ideas on a certain case the other day then it starts to cost motherfuckers money. That's just the way it is. So it just doesn't fixed real quick pocketbook dude. Yeah because it right now if it's fucked up at hits the owners in the pocket book it doesn't hurt paycheck. You know what I'm saying when people don't understand that that is the best way to make them understand that but but I I agree that one hundred percent. I think that the parenting kind of thing that. That's that's pretty true John. Because you're showing by action. You're reinforcing with expectation and then there has to be a disciplinary type thing. If it's not one hundred percent yeah I like it once. That guy have to make a call guys. Is there a charger anywhere in here? Can I get a charger? At least you're not calling for we're good issue. At least you're not calling for like a hand job from partners wife. Well listen those are offered. You know I get offered jobs. You know they're very. They're very convenient because tables cover them. Listen I know you were joking but should you took it? Yes should are you kidding me? Absolutely the I didn't want to take my mind off. They ended up getting divorced number one and she was already not nice Nice Person Good-looking person tremendous person and Who knows no? I'm pretty pretty sure she would have been Anyways let's go. Hey Mr Mr Langley. One wants to know. Do you trust your gut when making business decisions. One fucking million percent. But I don't blindly trust it so I don't so we all gut feelings and there's a process to this. I I believe you get a gut feeling and you don't just roll with it because it's yours and you want to show everyone that you got a good idea. Did no you take your gut feeling before you even fucking talk to a motherfucker about it. You Vet it unit. I'm saying you source information. I in correlation with that you see if there's competitors you use you check out the whole fucking landscape and make sure your idea your vision. Your thought is even available slash capable of doing in then when you find that it is if you find out it's not obviously you cut it but if it is then then then I think you share it out with with smart people and see if they can find issue with it but You don't just go with your gut you don't just jump. You have to get excited about something and then you have to do research. You know what I'm saying you've got to read read read But Yeah I don't just jump. I think it's gut combined with analytics. That's basically what you said right. Johnny fucking so like when you for instance like when we became official business partners you know from a standpoint of there was money put in for Max effort muscle like you had already known me to be a supplement guy. You were interested in the business. You've been around the business you worked with the old business but it's like the vetting process of but can motherfucker really so so I'll tell you exactly high once you never have. I've never told you this. Yeah Okay I've never told you I'll tell you I brought it up. I knew exactly how I sized up that scenario. Obviously being close to you and muscle form like we've talked many times on this show. I felt like I had a good understanding of What Mussel farms? Dollars did in terms of exposure and in terms of workouts exposure. And I knew based on this is how my brain process that is. I said if muscle farm could do seventy eight million in a year which I think it did that one year. Yep Okay I said if he could do from the jump before we implement business strategy one percent of that seven hundred and eighty thousand dollars. Okay which it's almost eerie. How how old I said I can I can I can buy X. Whatever percent I x percent of that for X. that's exactly how I did the equation and that's exactly why I was like let's go in my equation was if I can't and I know we never even talked about this. Two one two three percent of that. I fucking suck like I just remember because I remember the when I understood. Just what the one program and we might have talked about this or not talked about it but at that time the one program in stack was doing from the workouts. I knew Lisa piece of what was there. You know what I'm saying like there was some small things along the way where I was like. This is a direct reflection of my content in its producing ex. I see it on the fucking sheet. I started to understand where the loyalty and value. I thought would be there for for the next venture of supplementation. So I with confidence when I asked John for X. amount of one hundred thousand dollars plus. I knew I was confident. I personally could at least in the beginning. Get that back to him. Plus some I thought without even understanding how good business John Really was because we never worked together. I mean I just didn't know what I'm saying like I uncovered some of that during the process and also I don't know if you understood how loyal some of the people initial people were to me. Either you know what I mean you. You don't know until you say okay. Here's a presell and what we have eight hundred sacks presold or something like that. Johnny something crazy eight hundred thousand. I remember the. Let's say the numbers from a from a presale would reflect almost eerily to that one percent and and and and and that that to me was like okay because from there. I'm a believer and okay. That's like that's a customer base. That's there now. What what can we do to multiply it? Will we have yeah? That's pretty cool. Thanks for leading to that process Johnny. That was cool to talk about like you said earlier and I talked about this on a daily fire a couple of days ago. There's performers critics. That's really the category now. Performer doesn't mean that you're on a stage or you're on social media but there's either people that are complaining and not doing or there's people that are doers and make it work and we happen to be two people that have combined. Our skill sets to fucking be the performers and make a work in along the way. We're not sitting around fucking just worrying about what everyone else is doing. We're fucking make it make it happen. It's just Is Good all right so next. Oh I am MC teague wants to know. Do you believe in the law of attraction. I I believe in energy and you can call that the law of attraction. I believe if you approach your days with a certain demeanor Thought Process and a commitment to certain things like being positive and helping people in as everyone knows being solution based you're going to cross paths with so many other people in business is what you do And people who think like you. They can identify immediately like. Oh Shit I think like that and then yeah you. The energy between Youtube is like Shit. Let's talk some more because I want to explore that because I looked so yes but to me. Everything's energy and when I'm impressed with someone when I want to Work with someone. Would I wanNA find out more about someone? It's because of their energy combined with how they articulate things and explain things like okay. Wow okay that's on it and this is why you know. I believe in something. I don't know if it's exact law of attraction An attracting things to you or situations. I definitely think that what you intentionally do with your mind. Especially when you're fixated or slightly obsessed about certain things For a period of time with action around them. I do believe that informs they come to you I think the thought process of like the law of attraction that had been put out which was just think about money coming to your mailbox and they will show up one day. I don't know if I believe in that fake news. You know from the secret the real popular book I believe in that there is laws that the world operate by and they be hormone would be number one. There's Karma is one of them and there's laws that are out here that are energy based God base. However you articulate or into but there is laws that run this world and when you understand the rules that you're playing by it makes things a little bit different and I don't think I've said this a bunch of times and I uncovered this years ago but I just don't think people either buy into it all the way or they just haven't taken the time to be curious enough to understand them. There's plenty of material out there whether it's biblical whether it's books that Carnegie's based a lot in this kind of stuff Napoleon Hill. There's Raymond Hallway. There's a bunch of stuff out there that depicts these type of things and so when I've intentionally started to understand these and put things in action in place. I have been in multiple situations where I know that my actions and thought processes got me there. There's no question because I would pick things and go. That's what I fucking want. That's what I'm GonNa put my intentions on. Put My work on. That's where my thoughts are. I mean it's what it is so you're exactly right and I I. It's funny. I'm sitting here right now. Ever ever since I was seven years old I was fascinating fascinated with where I am right now and I always wanted to visit where I am right now. Charlie always always really. Oh this is my parents took me. I just fascinated fascinated and I'm here right now in our business. So it's that's what we're talking about it. That's not a coincidence. Know what you're saying so so so anyone who I think would you said is correct. A lot of people They're not curious enough to dig. And and and that's why I beg people and I think it's the most important word like I've said many times. Why ask as many smart people as you know the question? Why As many times as you can because it gives you a great understanding of how Shit Works and you have to dig. It's for yourself. It's for your own good listen. I was the worst the worst in school but once I understood that educating myself and things I was interested in. Nf it me Bro. I would go and extract information from everybody but it's not a bad thing because people who Who Have the information to give they wanNA pass it on. They won't share it so it's not a bad thing. So yeah I know I like I like when people ask thought-provoking real questions I can tell they're like when people come to me and use the they want to hear what you say and then put it in action. I love answering and I'll take my time with people like that every day. It's the dumb fucking questions that I can't deal with GONNA get fifty stugz dog. How Bro How do I do exactly what you do? I'll let me just tell you that in two sentences get Outta here go and strike Gogo fat in the corner but the the intention of understanding the rules of this planet is weird as that sounds and then when you do them on purpose the outcome and see I think a lot of people the obsessive level or their entitlement timeframe. I think I think it hurts a lot of people to Jonathan. They might think or they might be aware but they don't apply it for long enough or it's in the right vain vane because it's not for the right reasons or the passion is not all the you know what I'm saying. I think they just miss a few things and then it never outcomes never there. I think once you tap into why you're doing it why you're obsessed about it understanding the intent behind it all these things start to open up and it does sound like some magic fairy tale shit. But I've been sitting in situations and I'll be like I know exactly why I'm here. Isn't it amazing? It's amazing to me. How many people can hear the same shit from that? They may look up to and they never examine themselves to find out if they're doing that. For example I saw you know one of the few people who who who I like hearing David Gardens. He put video the other day and he says what everybody who's done anything says don't give a fuck about he. Fuck everyone outlet. He was running. He started laughing. It's like I love when I get this mother fucking question. Oh you want to know what other people think fuck. All those mother fuckers them all. It doesn't matter and if you're not thinking if you're not thinking do I truly live that way and you're just watching David and you're saying Yeah David's a bad ass then you're a loser you're a fuck in your fucking Beta loser. You know what I'm saying like when you hear that he sang it so you can use it and the way you use it as you stop and you say do I put stock in what people say or do. I know myself enough to do. What the Fuck I WANNA do. I mean this is. It's so basic and people can say a million times but people don't change. It's hard to imply people have a hard time. Implementing it John. Well and that's that's why wasn't everyone understand? You are in your situation because of you do good battery different true that I like those takes on that question though. That was really good Johnny All right what do you do if your business partner isn't pulling their weight from Schnell nine. What do you think I got? I got four. She's fucking Christ. Get a new business partner. If their business. If your business partner isn't pulling their way guys I it's it's like You know any important relationship you gotTa Fuck in You. GotTa Fuck in separate that person from everyone else. You have to have a conversation. It's gotta be respectful and you have to share your feelings and you don't accuse you don't yell you scream. You have to say listen because when you have a business partner That means they can affect obviously your livelihood. So it's a serious conversation so listen man This isn't fucking cool and this is in straight and I don't feel like you're doing this like this has to change because it doesn't there's repercussions because I can't let my livelihood get fucked up because someone is you know we're a team. We're a team right. The offensive line's got a block through the quarterbacks to the quarterback to throw a touchdown right so like you're blowing your fucking blocks you gotta come to practice earlier so you have to have a conversation and don't do it in front of other people. Don't let other people here because people will put on their defense mode and you just have to attempt to talk to them now. What to expect expect that they're going to get defensive. Should they know but humans get defensive when you try to even even subtly because if you have a business you probably have an ego Even subtly try to say oh. You're not doing this right so expect that and don't get mad. Try to keep try to keep you know about above them when they defend themselves but man you have to communicate and then if they don't take it then you should have things in place Were A- and you shouldn't. You shouldn't play games with them. You should let them know like hey man if this keeps going like this. We're going to have to enact some stuff legally like because like dude. Come on man like I I. I'd rather work as a team but if they completely shut you down you know. Lawyers and legal agreements are how we solve these things not fistfights. I think understanding that communication point is key because you can't assume that everyone Feels the same way or even like his aware. I every time I've ever had conversations either with sometimes people that were working in the organization or Business Partners. Sometimes they were completely unaware. Like I'll do my bad fuck. Of course I would do like so. I think sometimes people think it's going to be maybe in others could be like completely pissed off and be like fuck you. I'm out but most the time your partner if you've had a successful partnership they're probably going to be like dude. That's my fucking bad. I'm GonNa you know I'll do a better job at that or maybe. I need help in that area. That that's another thing that you know People come to people and say look I need. I need help on that man like you know that I think the communication is everything because you might get another point of view where the other person doesn't perceive it to be that way but you perceive it that way even if you gotta meet in the middle somewhere to find a thing then that's a better lifelong You know of your of your relationship in your business so I think communications always the first thing so that persons aware leave anger out of it straight How do you Nathan cleave? Forty-four how do you split responsibilities between you guys in the businesses skills? I mean skills I mean you have to have a I mean when you've had a partner for you know a couple of years or more you know what their strengths are and what your strengths are and then what you do? Is YOU SPLIT Tasks based on those strengths and then you have people below each one of Us or partners that can support those strengths. So it's almost just you know it's a whatever. Sports is easy analogy you. Just you know this guy's this position this guy's this position you got a back up here you got a back up here and you have to communicate because ultimately you know the whole team has to get the win you know the running back and rushed for fucking two hundred yards but if you're not playing defense team's not GonNa win so you always have to understand what the full vision is but then once you won't you understand the full vision it's like are you got this. I got this. Are we on the same page? Do we need to touch up this in? Then you go but I think it's based on strengths and weaknesses but more more on strengths in terms of what you're doing. Yeah because if you can complement each other's like we can all do a little bit of everything but there are certain things that I feel like. I excel in their certain things that John. Absolutely excels in WIFI would. I WANNA do certain tasks that John's dome when I know he's going to do a better than me. Just because my egos big no. I'd rather John do it in. Kill it for the team or vice versa for me like he would say gee you need me to do some like online marketing stuff. I'll do it for the. I'll do anything I need for the business he goes but that's not that's not natural for me. That's not what I like. Look forward to doing. He's like but if you want more value doing other things correct and so that's the kind of thing like my value is not in keeping track of inventory or forecasting or working on percentages of things. Like John is so much better. That's that's probably one of the first things I even said to him was I John. I don't I'm just not good at any of this stuff. It just not my personality. I don't operate them and I love it exactly and you go like this. You're like oh duties like you know. Look at the numbers. And then we'll order twenty percent more. This is it natural at all and it never has been and it's not like that in my family. The numbers that type of stuff. That's why I always just pretty much built businesses with like the in not that. He's not passionate but I never really relied on analytics. I just relied on the passion and things continued to grow. But I couldn't tell you exactly why I mean that's just the truth but John then added that piece on top of being passionate and saying here's why dude here's why and this is. This area. Were more in but we need to bring in this skew in that analytic approach not to mention all the marketing stuff that I didn't even know he was good at that he came in with. It was like we were uncovering things like John. When's the last time you answered your direct messages on Instagram? Not Putting you on blast. That's just natural for you right like you. Because he doesn't WanNa talk to you guys. That's just my instagram post. A photo of me and I wrote I went hiking. Exactly okay. So the point is that that's not John spot that's my spot or the other team spot. That does the business. Instagram is to relate things to the customer to make sure that they're you know they have their stuff for their training and their supplement application like there is things that each of excel at. There's no reason we're GONNA come together on certain things that we both do well but at the end of the day there is there is lanes that are drastically different. And that's I think that's the best way to do it. I grew so good art. The fully-fit coach wants to know what's the movement. You're most excited about hitting when you get back to the Jim for thirty no yours. Do Ashton son carries boy right. Johnny don't you Miss Them? Oh Yeah I do miss those. But that's that's like Because it's like almost conditioning. Yeah true I honestly I for some reason I let like just a just a fucking heavy. Just a heavy row. Honestly I I I. I just WANNA pull pull. Yeah you know I don't know mine's a pool also like I have a dead lift bar in my house But the environment. So there's there's something about coming off the weekend Monday mornings today. We dead lift and having fifteen or twenty people competitively battle to pull the much the most fucking iron off the ground. I can't emulate that. I just can't like it's impossible to have a team to have competition too. You know literally WanNa beat motherfuckers get beat would ever push yourself to maybe a new standard or a new pool or a new variation like I just I cannot emulate that Currently and I miss that a thousand percent so I can't wait the dead lift amongst like a competitive atmosphere with fucking music so loud. I can't hear myself think. Miss that bad Next question from Ryan for Smith. What is the one thing you should always keep in mind to keep your business be unique or different I think the one I if that's your focus. Unique in different you have to say. Is someone else doing it? And if the answer is yes you shouldn't so it it's really it's really simple and it requires creativity right because if someone else isn't doing it there's no playbook to look at tweak and put your own spin on it nuff. Someone else isn't doing it. You need to figure out like the look the feel the why the WHO houses you have to you have to be creative but if you analyze that correctly and if get it right you are going to be special because people then start copying off you and when people start copying off you. People looked at as a bad thing. It's a great thing because everyone knows who did it. I everyone knows who did it first. So yeah you have to look and if someone else is doing it you have to say how am I going to do it completely different? It's a challenge to yourself. It's GonNa it's GonNa help you find out how creative you are but Yet none of that none of the same old shit. None of that will do that. And change the fuck you know the fucking packaging or will do this and we'll change the no. No no no no you have to completely immerse yourself in a New Vision. Yeah I think Trying to stay away from being a me too. Which is what we used to talk about supplements all the time you know. They would basically strip off the formula straight. Rip Off the the branding you know. There's there can be ideas but I think this is like to. John said you've got to run it through this kind of washing machine. It's like all right. I got an idea. Let me scan the landscape to make sure it's not being done then from my unique creativity slash your team's unique create creativity. And I kind of look at it Max effort in this in this vein like we were like all right. We WanNA do a throwback type of brand looked around don't exist. We had some great ideas on the burlap. Boom the creativity on the logo boom like the the things have started to uncover when we know that area was open. And then we were like unapologetically. Just letting are true creative stuff. All the way from the artists that John knew about to the packaging to the stack model to these things all started to flow because they could be completely creative because we knew there was a space there that We kind of mold disk lay. Then what happens is like you said all the way from the funny videos to the stack model to the gear. People start ripping off all over the place all over the place Johnny Right. We saw it a bunch absolutely risk in that is in the store. Exactly in that is one of the biggest lake I guess what things of What's that what's that word whenever somebody's trying to be like you? I forget what that is. That's a compliment basically indirectly of love your creativity Absolutely so I was pretty cool. All right Next are we at one. Left Johnny What is what the Ono that was. That was the last one. Actually sorry. I'm wrong hour and twenty minutes. I was the last one I I use the other one at the top. The willoughby enough Anything else you WANNA share for you representing John Q. And a. You absolutely I think I just WANNA share that I think we're we`re. We're in uncharted territory. I'M NOT GONNA lie I'm I'm I'm PA. I'm optimistic about Our president just saying Hey You can go back according to your state's government and start doing this stuff But I would just say be aware of the fact that this in my opinion needs to be twofold. So if you're in a state where May I? It gets turned back on understand that your grandmother. Whoever this is a different thing for them than it is for you. If you're young of data showed US anything It's a different thing. So if you're out and about you know be safe but understand that you still need to. Until there's something foolproof. You still need to really look out for people who are older because this thing on play with people who are older. So if if younger healthier people Get Out and start getting at it in the workforce that's great. I think we're going to do it. Smart let's just not forget that that all people are not the same and Older people we really we. We have to take it upon ourselves. to to respect their space as potentially a symptomatic individuals and there's also no rhyme or reason to some of the younger people johnny that that just it just it just crushes their music. It just gets them so there's like there's just a percentage of people that don't even look like they should be a problem and they never come back out of the hospital so I think just just not. Just take it serious. Just take all the precautions. Serious beef can smart. Just don't be all bets are off. We're back I just don't think we can. Any of US can operate that way it. It doesn't make sense that that that doesn't make sense so I think listen what's going to happen is going to happen and again. I'm putting my faith in the people I really am I I. I've I've had enough of government putting my faith in the people so You know just talking to the people that are listening. Jus- just take what you know and take that. Take the knowledge of precaution distance. All this stuff has shown to work because we have curbed it but it can come right back so all. I think about Bro. Here's what I think about looking into an looking into a packed bar. Do you know fucked up that. Would it just just this up a shoulder to shoulder bar right now? That's what I'm talking about. Imagine put myself in that situation Johnny to be honest with you. But there's GonNa be a lot of people who do and then they're gonNA go Sunday dinner with their GRANDPA. I just I just want people. Just think a little bit more and that's all because well listen. Everyone has the liberty to do whatever they want and it is what it is but man you look we we got. We got to think a little bit more. Yeah well said Johnny Fusco Ken. 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From The Archive - Luke Turner's Out Of The Woods

Little Atoms

27:40 min | 2 months ago

From The Archive - Luke Turner's Out Of The Woods

"They say this little atoms radio show about ideas and coach with me Naomi any. This week lieutenant on his memoir out of the woods. Luke Turner is a writer editor and curator based in London founded the influential online music publication the quietest and regularly writes on music culture place for a variety of magazines, websites and broadcasters, and Luke's first book is out of the woods which we're going to be talking about today Luke welcomes little items, good evening. So the book begins with a picture of award, a painting of forest. Tell us why yeah poorest picture. On my wall of my parents house and I was obsessed with as you know these things that you and your child you got bit you be quiet frayed of things strange reasons, and this is creepy picture of Epping Forest of this sort of very nal old tree and a figure disappearing into the woods and I found it quite a spooky picture to my parents even talk you down live few days ago just because I found it a bit gloomy. When I was writing a book I kind of the AK reappeared in my mind basely this this picture and I thought it was a good image to start the book with only the came too. So summarize love the more in the book kind of shaped by a lot of different pictures and photographs and things like that, which was quite interesting. So. In the main the book there would of the title in the book is Epping Forest whether there are little excursions to other one. Yeah. But we'll tell us about the. First of all the history of it. How it was saved before we talk about your own collection to it. Yeah Pink Forest is a twelve mile woodland ancient woodland that stretches from Forest Gate and Manor Park in east. London. Ri- out nor three wolf and Forest Boro, pass Ching furred and our into Essex proper ethics countryside. The twenty-five actually now goes underneath it the big circular motorway around London. So it's a very strange place in it straddles the very very urban and the English rural, and in the nineteenth century, it was being cut down by various landowners for housing as London expanded or farmland, and so. And it being the place for of kind of recreation and work for the local people he poor people would come in and lock the wood for Fire Wood and London great demand on forests for firewood as well and building materials. So it was very intensively managed landscape which people had a lot relying on was being failed. This was hugely disrupted to people's lives and there's a Mangku Thomas Willing Gal whose family was very poor man whose family traditionally locked the words and when Forest David I'm in Latin was enclosed and they were allowed to go in anymore he said sought that went in and broke the law and stopping the word and he got arrested. And this. So kickstarted a campaign to save the forest he got taken up in the newspapers and it was very violent campaign of letter writing in Victorian Press and it became the first conservation movement really people sort of saying well, we need to save this place is right by London London's very choked and it's expanding and his love potion. And the corporation of London took up the campaign, and through Vlada, very convoluted legalese which be hours to wade through ended up saving the forest because I. Rare will to claim rights of common grazing over at using the ancient forest laws because he had been a royal forest royal hunting forest and that save the forest eighteen seventy eight forever is the pronuncement isn't hopefully so. And you mentioned there that it was heavily sort of managed is often is the cage these places are often described as. Ancient Woodlands but. Basically, been manmade creations. Yeah exactly. I think that's the one of the misconceptions about woodland in the UK at least is that it's all sort of primal landscape and his nature inverted commas and there isn't any original primal woodland in England toll and Epping Forest was the pollen record suggests it was originally ninety percent small leaf lime trees up until the Saxon period when intensive selection and management changed it to beach home beam a note, the three. So dominant species today so you can see it's Almost, industrial landscaping away and I, and that was one of the things I found fascinating when I started researching forest history a lot more and realizing these places where with Uttley tied into them as people. In the ancient past I, think a great fear of forest and because that's where dangerous animals live there weren't brilliant places for us to dwell we much better off on the open plains where you could hunt move more easily. So they shape the early imaginations and any more recent history that the entire history of Britain. Entirely connected with the management of Woodland's particularly. Since Saxon times when when that species selection and piloting the trees cutting them on a thirteen year cycle too. So they keep creating new would this we're not began tell us about your connection to the would in Childhood in particular? Yeah. We used to go along expand granny lived right near the forest, my parents from lower in. The London suburb now on the edge of Epping Forrest and so I always love going there it was this really weird looking place the trees because of the piloting of up very, very oddly kind of looked like Hans chlorine at the sky and he just had this magical resonance for me I grew up in teenage is and while country about nine in a very boring town round near twenty five kind of commuter hellhole sort of place which I know nothing exciting about told nothing beautiful and so after forest was this wonderful place, we go into drive off the most wind Sunnier in the trees reaching overhead. An looks very weird among cool. Announced he will love the forest live right opposite now take in and we'd go and collect wood and built dams and all this, and it's a very special place for me as a kid and I think I was going through some very difficult times when the book starts that I was trying to reconnect with the forest as sort of place of innocence and Childhood and Wanting to be rescued by in the way that we told nature can do and failed. And the other thing Sabir forests in general's, they've always been a place where outsiders can find refuge. So you talk in the book about highwaymen for instance, Hiram into hermit. And in the Modern Day cruising grounds often found in forests. And indeed the central figure in this book are you always just described as the man in the forest who lives there? So let something about him. Well, he was somebody I found via my aunt and uncle he won't pass the House every day and he lived up in in a forest near wrapping and when I start writing the book was going to be social history of the forest because they haven't been one in a long time about people and I wanted to. Be Interesting to me him and so I went up there a couple of times taught him and he was just incredible character and one of the most amazing people I've ever met. He'd been chronically depressed and went into the forest in it kind of cured him. But not in this sentimental way that we we know there wasn't a nature killed or forest bathing or anything it was it was quite an extreme. I think convicts incredibly radical realignment of of who he was and he lived he lived up there and kind of wandered around the gophers which I was very into. It was quite interesting. He really divided local people. It's quite conservative up around Essex and some people hated him some people like to women tended to really kind of like his presence and Man Golfing man as you driving men didn't really like him and I found founder Justice is wonderful figure who was instrumental in exploring the forest for me ready and as you mentioned, the books state layers sort of social history of Epping Forest, but it also becomes the story about yourself and so we'll go there now. So you mentioned you were going through some tough times your story in this book starts with. break-up Yeah and and that was the thing I was kind of you know God mine breaks up with girlfriend goes into forest and tries to himself was a trite narrative, but it was it was it wasn't just the break already was this sort of realizing that there are lots of things that happened. In my life and they were still having consequences and there was a lot of. I'm difficult issues are not resolved for almost sort of such insurmountable issues. There was no white forest with work and writing a book the it did start becoming more about me because I started bleeding into the not I mean like a radiator, not blood. into the into the narrative and I was writing a column for the call by the river website and I, did a couple of very personal. I was calm set in forest and personal ones really seemed to resonate with people and people say, well, this is actually a universal story that you're telling get encourage encourage me along that path and as I went further along that path into the woods, it got darker and more twisted more explicit and more honest and. That was an interesting process really kind of feeling I had to go down that route and so from the break-up, it begins to be you know an exploration of. Guess bisexuality and visibility. Basically tell us about the the issues I guess the Mayo Bisexual face. Yeah that's we keep. You told we live in great enlighten times and his children are all. Sort of fluid around gender and sexuality. Tonight cloudy questioned whether this is true from hearing things about you know people who on in its London Metropolitan Bubalo what have you? and was very striking was wild Ryan Boca. Fan. My second school had actually filed an off studying inspection due to homophobic bullying. Not let's just outside. London was obviously this that this is still a big issue in. It was for me growing up teenager I was just no that was no bisexual male visibility toll. It wasn't really discussed Bowie wasn't really a big icon Nike is now already became an I already into swayed, but they they kind of represented that for me but they were never sort of really seen as bisexual or what have you and they were a fringe thing but I didn't know any bisexual people when later on aside interact with with gay culture a lot of that actually was quite intolerant of bisexual men. There was this sort of somewhat patronizing view that bisexual men were just closet extremely closeted gay man. It's very faddish in a gay world many ways in heterosexual world it seat. Perfect. She's seen as a threat not fetish as a toll like as with female bisexuality, which is in a whole other issue is the fetish is -ation and EROTICAS -ation of female reality with it's very it's it's seen as threatening and I felt there wasn't there wasn't really any. Thing anywhere that I've encountered in engage with this properly. Again became something that fed into the narrative and that school that you just mentioned when you were there, there's obviously an all boys school. And all boys school even more than most schools full of teenage boys tend to engender. Against we didn't in the nineteen eighty s call toxic masculinity. Yeah I think he really did I mean it was a state school that had been grammar school and it still had delusions of grammar school sort of straightness rugby was the sort of defining thing. I mean it just weeks I like to lock teachers I just couldn't stand the people in school with most of them and it was you had this just a sort of nasty aggressive atmosphere and If you didn't fit in with what was expected in terms of of masculinity then you're in trouble. I wasn't some sort. Really picked on quiet shivering person but I did at lunchtime I'll never play football or go to library read You know sometimes I probably gave as good as I got with a lot of stuff but at the same time I just found it. So repressive I hated sport knowing that dominated everything and. The kind of emerging sexuality of Boisterous -Ness of Tina teenagers I really didn't like. I still find something received bunch of teenage. Lad's on the on the bus Oh ever I find it very intimidating. It's weird. I'm three times our age I, still four times I still find it strange. That present. You're listening to little atoms I'm nailed any today I'm talking to turn and we're talking about his book out of the woods. Before we broke just left you at school and. There's a little bit of experimentation goes on at school which he talked about in the book but then there's a there's an encounter in the toilets behind them in s dolphins will happens it was it somewhat unpleasant encounter with a nasty old pervert basically took. And another these little talked about things aspects of sexuality is the impact of this can have on new and it was really grim and horrible and I mean, I find that reading the book extremely hard now it was very hard to write. A weird I ended up being in the boat in some ways because it was a book about the forest. But then that was a defining moment in my life. It really set off all sorts of bad behavior patterns and things that and then we were with the subjects that I was trying to wrestle with in life and according to the book. I wrote a piece for the quietest about that Idiot Milo. Yiannopoulos when he kind of made a joke about teenagers having sex with men. And I was like, Oh, I may jokes like that. It's kind of that masks something really nasty coping mechanism. It is a toll connoisseur providing care in the community for pensioners all or whatever. You know it was just sort of like league British humor I'm is a coping mechanism and About undue behind that, that was something that was a lot more twisted on having a lot more consequences and I'd read an article for the quietest about that hypes got one wonderful response big response and people say find it very helpful and people say through similar things and they just started dealing with it through therapy and so on and so I ended up being being a big part of the book but I mean, as you said, it must have been a tough thing to revisit when you were, right? Yeah it was pretty horrible. So I mean that incident basically sets off a pattern of semler incidents develop into basically the way that you know Joe Sexuality I guess I mean I it sort of becomes indivisible from now overshadows everything that. Happens and you know he's Paul of one of the reasons I mean. Joe In the the beginning of the book it's about. The fact that your acceptance of you of your bisexuality you think is what possibly making you. Struggle of intimacy longtime relationships. But of course, there's this thing in the background all the time. Yeah I mean that's It's all connected. It's. Where the forest is a metaphor for the way, everything is connected and. You can't. Escape. That fact. So yeah, it was. It was go working out sort of. which bit had done, which things which you can it was possible to live with. How to unpick different aspects and so him. And the experience also collision. Relationship with nature the woods themselves yeah. Because it's the woods, not just this sort of innocent place place of sexuality, and that's you know that's one of the paradoxes and in the book is at their places where you I've those compulsive difficult elements of sexuality but they're also I in a way I kind of love the woods for sheltering behavior patterns that are not tolerated by society and allow people in escape but it's a really grey area. It's a totally paradoxical, very difficult place. You know people going into forest to have sex, but that impacts on other people. So it's a it's a selfish act as well as being a liberating act and I felt that that was. That was really got to the core of how paradoxical forest. Very complicated places because they allow us to do things that society would frown other people would frown on the damaging to other people and so on. So. Male bisexuality something wherein at the time, there wasn't that many role models and is not something particularly talked about. The abuse she suffered male a male abuse is not something that's talked about as much is. Well the types of abuse and this leads you into compulsive sexual behavior which could be described as a sex addiction, which again is something else. Really not is often see it as a joke yet and people think, Oh, you can't get addicted to sex and you know a lot of these idiots like and Weinstein. Kevin Spacey of US sex addiction excuse for what I think is an abuse of power it. It's not sexy. All abuses I told and I think there's a very dangerous thing happening where the two things being completed and don't honestly people who say are you can't get addicted to sex you co compulsive behavior just greedy people Abbas people just don't know what they're talking about. There's a lot of medical research increasingly that it is an issue and I've spoken to lot of people who suffer from that behavior and. Just, because you're not putting something inside you to make yourself high or to create a reaction that cigarettes tobacco drugs or wherever you it's kind of a more terrifying because it's within you, it's like a your own body and your mind unleashes that particular drug and I hope is it gets more and more research. I think it deserves more research. Because it is such a thorny under disgust to boo issue and is it the we live in these sex positive times and I think you know now everything goes. Promiscuity liberation and so on and so forth and I said, well as I actually the helpful way of looking at things again is a massive gray area between the ultra conservative kind of Sin Narrative and the way sex positive anything goes narrative I think there's a far more interesting and complicated place somewhere in the middle, which again was what the book ended up being kind of everything about the book is going hang on, we live in a really binary time. Everything is turned into binary opinion and binary ways of saying things and what we need to be doing is going right. There's these really tricky and thorny nasty places. The only way we're going to deal with stuff is by getting really deep into them and unpicking them you mentioned. The narrative something we haven't mentioned so far is the book is also a story of. Your religious upbringing your father was a methodist preacher and you know you're still a spiritual person shall we say? And I guess in as well as having this. Abused Narrative in the back of your mind when all of this compulsive behavior is going on, obviously you're also dealing with religious upbringing young. Thing that I've really realize now how much the book is about religion because people asking me about it and I realized it was because it's part of who I am up with it. I've never wanted to reject it. Maybe, I've tried at times by. Like everything that was huge positives and negatives for my parents so as Comfortable loving upbringing, and that was all shaped by their religious belief and you know in recent years I've not felt that the kind of militant atheist movement has had anything to offer whatsoever apart from its a theism of itself One like boast theorems control by miserable bastards, men dictating how you shouldn't shouldn't believe pompously pronouncing judgement. There is bad probably worse than religious people because no love there's no charity does no carrying there's no community to to that particular. Even I really low the I find butterball joy in the Christian faith and going to church where in London where you know people say London's mouth knit multi ethnic place people don't really interact between the different ethnicities go to church and it'll be twenty thirty different groups ethnic groups. And people of different nationalities worshiping not a wonderful thing. So I wanted to bring not into the book and I wanted to go actually you know talking about religion in a positive way is is kind of weird these days it's it's it's not not really hip is it But I, have a huge time for for what the Christian faith gave me. I'm picking the sinful aspect was very, very difficult. I think a lot of that narrative comes from American conservative church is an parts of worldwide Christianity thriving declines hair which kind of have culturally more harbor phobic tendencies and we tend to only here in the media about the examples of Homophobia and hypocrisy when actually does this network of Queer clergy now and quick. Christians who. Particularly active on Social Media and I think again, that's a very nuance in Christianity. Is Abroad Church. That's where it comes from and I think that's been very interesting aspect to to the book and reception to it is seeing actually there's a lot of people even without religious belief who sick of the atheist and find out the woods quite. Rewarding in the nuanced approach to religion. But that narrative in your own mind that narrative is, is there throughout your childhood? Early. Twenty s well, a lot of this compulsive behavior going on. You've always got store knowing the back of your mind that you are somehow doing something sinful because I get on the one hand that narrative does exist within certain aspects of the judge but I'd say probably more so did the game and this is something. You probably confusing for that that abused at that was always in the background as well. Yeah. I mean the two things that are always present the abuse what happened in that way that wasn't really. So I would say something that I think about said and that was more an exploitative. Situation. You've got that sort of give always carrying that sort of some. From Guess Yeah I mean I think if you say something's not then you're gonNA find it interesting I mean that is Always found it quite odd how the church is just absurd religion can be so obsessed with sex and kind of forget about all the other sins that could you know I think a lot of energy is spent by Christians attacking a gay people that can far be spent attacking banks financiers. Conservative politicians, people like that because I got low my politics from religion. Really. Began, it's complicated jewel argument complicated narrative. You know it's no wonder I ended up Leonard Cohen found really. Well without giving with joy of the journey, the tank in the book. There's A. Significant incident happens imbalan-. You at this point in A. Longtime relationship. Basically where are you now gas after he? Obviously, this book has been written. Yeah I mean. It's it's. Okay Oh, you don't WanNa go you wrote a book which has a great Catharsis and fine. I was really didn't want to write a book that had this kind of very sort of upward trajectory and positive narrative and I wanted to write something more ambiguous but things are better. Thanks. Yeah. And you've already mentioned but I wanNa talk about what the reception to the book is being from various different communities. Yeah. It's been. It's been a kind of bonkers about being on the other side of the fence rights criticizing other people's work for. Decades now as quality other around people have been really really amazing. It's got lovely reviews. People have said it's been very helpful to them. I've been so chuffed with the kind of quick community and queer world have being so positive I was I was quite nervous because I was quite critical live somehow by the how the gay community can be by phobic and and so on and I worried about how it would go down in that world but you know it's been great that response I've really appreciated thoughts been lovely and. Review evening. This absolutely bonkers a shoeing. Book. Where I got called weedy needy and CD and that was that was very interesting because. People were really worried about how take this review it was basically a character assassination on me and you know I've been I've been around long enough to know that very bad press often far better than good press and was able to take that review and absolute use it to my ends and point out that. That was exactly why wrote the book was? was. That kind of I mean I am ended the review after load complained about it. Basically saying you. Fourteen year old kids going into public lavatories a fair game for pensioners. There was of nonce enabling farry bizarre victim blaming article which I don't think anyone would have got away with saying about a young girl in a similar fourteen year old girl who was having sex with a six year old man it was no way. You'd get away with that now in a mainstream publication that evening standard. So That was interesting that review it of proved why had to write a book? There's just all this prejudice is still very much. So we're talking to Luke Turner we've been talking about his book out of the woods which is in the UK from we'd've in Nicholson League. Thank you so much for coming in and telling us about it. Thank you very much for chairs. This episode of little atoms was produced and presented by me Nail Denny edited by Sky Redman and was first broadcast on. I four point four. Latham's is supported by eight to nine up and hosted by CAST. 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169: Sens Scoring Dries Up vs Boston, Bill Peters Accusations Expand, Should Sens Re-sign Boro?

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

54:47 min | 11 months ago

169: Sens Scoring Dries Up vs Boston, Bill Peters Accusations Expand, Should Sens Re-sign Boro?

"Sports and whatever everybody emanating from the nation's capital. This is the Steve Warren Project. The the project as this an experiment if you will. What if we do a podcast episode every single day here? We tackle the hottest sports stories going. Our our motto is sports in whatever including my NHL Addiction. The Ottawa Senators. I am Steve Worn along with jungle. Gym Jerome we were former. TSN partners for over a decade were assisted on the play by Jim k four rb Computing Popeye supplements in all Insurance Ontario. Don't forget our website is Steve. W PROJECT DOT COM got room for a new sponsor right right now so if you've been thinking about it don't be shy to contact us always room for members a sign up and get it in our free. Draws member exclusive materials and much more coming up on today's show. You got the bill. Peters accusations expanding and these new ones are backed up by Carolina. Head coach Rod Brindamour will the sensory son Mark More Orbi Esky. The guys leadership cannot be questioned and will expand on that the Edmonton Eskimos fire their head. Coach probably look into Ottawa for help once again and finally early the sends hosting Boston they only get on the scoresheet once. Back up the struggle Thomas. Yes it was. That was the goal by Thomas. Chabad Dave Randolph with the call on sports net that would give Ottawa. Uh a one nothing lead. Nice play by Chris Tierney as well the past kind of reminiscent of his pass to Brady ca chuck overtime versus Montreal. Fewer call That that gave the sense of one. Nothing lead but the cuddly Brad Marchand tied at a short time later she bought didn't really have a very good shift leading up to the sedan. With Shara era winning goal couple of battles lost their on fifty fifty bucks leading up to that but on the front. How incredible isn't that? That guy has been captain of the Boston. Austin bruins now for fourteen years guys gone from Ottawa. For fourteen years he took a high sticking in the face tonight in return to Ottawa. Bleeding and I would wonder how you miss a high stick on a guy who's nine feet tall. Meanwhile the sends out shoot their opponent again as they didn't Columbus but they lose their second second straight a low scoring. Tilt this time your final two one to Boston and again as they did against Columbus they looked about as good as you can in a losing performance. So that one's right in tank nations wheelhouse I suppose. Entertain me. But don't put points on the board toward the standings won't that high draft pick. Here's D. J. Smith after the game we worked really hard You know we made a couple mistakes and ended up on our net real good players of there's scored but You know we just haven't found a way to to score on our chances but I don't know if we can play much better through bird's there's a lot of really good things that we did out here for a young team to come out here and play as hard as we did against that team. I thought we were great. So the sands lose two in a row for the first time since October. Twenty first you score one goal in two games. I usually gonNA come away with a couple of losses. They were the better team on the night though the outshot Boston. Thirty four twenty one just not enough finishers as DJ Smith was alluding to that. powerplays plays horrendous like nine and a half percent this but that in perspective for you Edmonton Tampa Bay Boston. They're all up over thirty percent. Right now sends sends it nine point five. It's not a stretch to say that if the power play was merely week in a run of the mill week instead instead of horrendous sends it'd be probably hanging around in a playoff spot honours Nielsen made nineteen saves Rask with thirty three. I was thinking about Nielsen. How you know? He's clearly. Got The number one job from Craig Anderson here in Ottawa. It really is worth revisiting. How good the trade was that? The sends made back in January. The sends picked him up with a lot of fanfare really from Vancouver for two guys whose NHL careers were over. Mike McKenna was one of the guys the sends gave up there. He played one game after the trade and then retired In the off season Tom Pyatt played no more. NHL Games and ended up going into Europe. Boys platen in Sweden this year. That is a pretty damn cheap price for a number one goalie. Anyway sends lose to the Boston a little better than Montreal. We all did the night before halves. Falling eight one to Boston at home. The bluebirds out sends next action will be on Friday November twenty nine gets the Minnesota wild the first game of a five game road trip so the wild and the sends meeting the two bottom two of the bottom five teams in the National Hockey League. Now there's more allegations coming Out Against Bill. Peters a lot of these stories are being corroborated by his former assistant coach in Rod brindamour. And still as we record. This has not been fired. Acquired by the Calgary flames. I think we both agree Jim. After the racial slurs That apparently happened in association with Akeem a Lua former player. I don't see any way around him. Not being fired can you. I'm surprised he's not. You know I mean how you know. When when they say they're investigating it and and I'm happy to see that I will say that that these a cumulus comes out and says what he did? It gets backed up by players. That was You talk totally further than than these accusations where people come forward after many years which is fine which is fine all right and But but this guy has backup so he brings this thing forward saying it's not just me. Everyone else was in the dressing room and and two or three other players have corroborated that right what the guy said you know I I first of all Steve Steve. Because there's more about stuff coming out now over the last twenty four hours Where other players now brought in other people? They've they've bench engine other names one case we'll talk about shortly where they've talked about abuse physical emotional and sexual abuse from The hockey world So I think it's good I. I really do think it's good that that people are speaking up about this stuff. I'm not. I'm not a person that says there should be. You know a you know a period of you you know whatever you call it you know some after seven years okay. You can't you can't bring it up anymore or if there's a length of time whatever they call that you're not allowed to speak about it or bring it up the only have a certain window when you do. I'm I'm not. I'm not agree with that. I think if it happened that you could bring it up anytime. What are the questions is why? Now you know and and I think I understand when you hear about these accusations and allegations when you hear about the circumstance. That's coming from a coach who abused players in this case. The Calgary coach I can see myself I self Steve. I could see myself brindamour now right. WHO's come forward Backing up these allegations. The new allegations he was the old ones that are key Lupu there. Yeah so I'm okay with that I don't think what are you doing now. like some people do. That's that's that's a popular take. Where have you been all these years? You and I are even talking off air a bit about that and and I think what happens happens is is a domino effect. You know that the BRINDAMOUR hasn't said anything about this until today or last night or whenever he did It's because is of a Lou who comes forward so I think came forward because of the Mike Babcock thing because Babcock and Bill Peters worked together and When everybody's talking about Babcock he basically you know because we all do that in the context of conversation right we say yes? And here's my part of the story and A loose story was that he'd had this abusive verbal thing. This racism thrown his way from his oil coach coach. Bill Peters who had worked for babcock and then everything builds from there so domino effect is a good way to put. You GotTA think Steve If you put yourself in that position if you were the abused okay. In Highschool for example you know if you got bullied and and everyone stood around. Nobody said anything and this happened to you. So what people are asking everyone to do is come forward forward. Come forward and say you know what you've got support now there's A. There's a very high awareness that this thing is wrong. Everyone's jumping on board with the with. It's a movement about anti-bullying for example. And what we want you to speak out again about if I if I'm that victim and I'm going you know how that's GonNa play out. I got three more years of school here of high school or Middle School or elementary school. I got a couple of you know what I mean. Great five and I get bullied. And you know I'm looking at this. I'M NOT GONNA say anything I'M NOT GONNA say anything I never would let Steve I would. I would have never said anything because I'm going to get even more bullied. I think that people are going to go all. You've you've more. Why would you say anything chicken shit you know soak it up and I think that extends into the adult world where where these hockey players now? That's it's come forward where they got kicked yelled at screamed at hitting the head An abuse that fuck. I don't WanNa be that guy in the team you know it's like he's the coach the player in there. Because I think I'm with I'm with you on that what we were talking but off the air when I talked about where these guys been is more in the case of Rod Brindamour and Ron Francis with respect and there might be perfectly good explanations. I just sort sort of ask. It open ended Lee not knowing the answer the question not in a critical way because a key Mulu for sure makes total sense that he holds off because you know career to worry about and all that and now that all the smoke is cleared from that now he's more comfortable talking and did so in the context of the Mike Babcock conversation station. And so that's why that came up in the case of these new allegations That we're hearing about that bit. Rod Brindamour is chimed in on And I should be set those by the way in that bill. Bill Peters Was Not that long. After the Akeem blue Suggestions came out breath. A former hurricanes defenseman Mikhail Jordan tweeted out that Peter's kicked him and punched other players on the bench and then the coach later acted like nothing happened Jordan told. TSN He kicked me pretty hard in the back during a game even the trainers and the other guy saw it. Jordan insists they were multiple altercations between Peters and his players and Rod brindamour. Who of course is now the head coach of the Carolina Hurricanes? He was Peter's Assistant. When that was going on and Rod Brindamour says you know with bill it for sure happened those two issues that are in question so when I when I okay so we've reset it brindamour? I feel. I wonder where. He's is Ben exactly even when he was an assistant coach. There's a little of that there where he goes okay. He's an underlying to Peter's so maybe he keeps quite wanting to keep his career. We're going not wanting to lose his career but peters has been gone for a long time like all last season. Rod brindamour ascended. The head. Coach in Calgary had hired hard Peter's so I guess and what about Ron Francis the GM of the club. He's not an underlying he could have hired and fired peters on the spot And so I wonder what was going on with Brindamour and with Ron Francis in that time well back to what I was saying when you know. There's a fraternity coaches. I can understand why people sit on it for a long time. All you have to do is you know one of the biggest problems steve with spousal. How's L. Abuse? That where women who are getting physically abused by their partners by their husbands is all the time you'll he'll that can get to the worst degree and worst level of all is is getting punched and beaten and kicked kicked and by your husband and to the point where these women they have to get out but they can't you know for all sorts of different reasons and and when they come forward you know they got to get their kids out of the House and they get to a safe house for women. There's lots of them around and it's getting more and more exposed about it but even you hear it all the time when they get there and say. Hey look here's what we gotta do is we've got to get the police involved and and you know we need to press charges right and a high majority of them. Steve go not chance not a chance. And they'll say why and they'll say because the guy said he'd kill me you know if ever did anything you know he said if you ever say anything to anyone. Do you think this is bad. There's worse it's just this this unbelievable gross you know use of of of power and physical strength and so well I you know when you look at that example I think it it filters down to other people go. I don't WanNa do this. I don't WanNa come forward so I don't about these guys. Were necessarily as terrorized as you know a battered woman would be. How do you know Steve? How do you know you know I uh-huh more severe? It's definitely a more severe case. I mean I'm just saying you know these players aren't you know the the this is not deal with their living space and there's no kids involved all that well I mean it's more complicated but I see where you're going. Well take bullying bullying right. That's bullyings what's going on here. Okay often Steve often when when when people get bullied the end up committing suicide from it of course. And and you know I I don't WanNa get I don't WanNa catastrophes deadly serious okay. This guy's got a goal. He's a bad guy. Assuming coming assuming. These allegations are true. Then this guy's a bad dude. Okay he's a he's a he's a according to everything we've heard now allegedly. He's a racist. He's used the N.. Word he's kicked guys. You know who knows what else Steve who knows what else you know. And it's very difficult. That's why the abuse happens because they generally know I can get away with this. They're never gonNA see anything. I'm as freaking boss loss. I Miss Coach. He doesn't WanNa be that guy amongst his peers. You know especially in the hockey world fest. You know a tough tough guys right. Yeah and you've already. He brought up the angle of domestic abuse. I mean that's a pattern that repeats itself. You know kids who are abused tend to go on not always but sometimes they tend to they can go on to become abusers themselves as kind of the same with the coaching ranks. Like you look at the NHL Right now. There's a lot of guys who are in their late forties fifties early sixty s and you think about their formative years as young hockey players. They got and and we've talked about with the whole Don Cherry thing right like how time has passed him by you. Know he's he's an eighty five year old man. What played as you know ha ha chuckle chuckle? Forty fifty years ago is now a deadly deadly only serious and so as these guys were in their formative years young hockey players. They too probably received this level of abuse. This drill sergeant thing that I'm in charge here and you do it and you're gonNA and and I think it was. I think in most cases if you look at some of the coaches that are getting into inappropriate behavior and tactics. Chances are it was something that they learned from when they were kids. Sure sure well. Yeah exactly the corporal punishment. Steve was alive and well when I went to school. You know is that race has to. I was saying that that right. That's crazy. No I got the Strap Steve. I'd I'd certainly in my school in Sudbury I went to school the great one degrade six. I got a couple of times you know. What do your parents think of that? It wasn't unacceptable though back then it was only l.. Got More and more exposed. You know. Here's the other thing Steve. When you talk about why does the? Why does this all happened now so it almost it goes back to Don Cherry right? which was this begins to Pale in comparison of some of this stuff that we think happened but it starts a the ball rolling? You know just as the metoo movement did and That women now can feel a little safer about. Oh come forward but listen Steve. If your kid comes home from school this has happened to me and in the end it was clearly true. What he was saying was the one of his buddies is getting? Burma is getting picked on by the teacher. Okay like they're just just more more and more examples of this teacher just just focusing on this kid all the time taking his cell phone but nobody else's right you know tip kicking him out of the class when other people other kids were talking to and stuff like that so you get this kind of abuse you know you get this and when the mother went to the kid and said you know what. I'm GonNa go talk to that teacher. This needs to be stopped. The Kid said Oh my God not on your life. Mom Do not do that. You know I thought you know what I mean. This happens all the time and and what the League needs to do in this circumstance is they've they've got to look at this thing which they are very seriously and not take it as a single incident and say we've got we've got to have a support system system where we can go to players and say at any time you can anonymously reach out to US reach out to this this person. Here's the email that you can come in and you can begin to talk about this thing and you're safe you're safe here to talk about it. Meaning we're not gonNa tell you what you have to do about well Daniel Carson. Low is a guy that's coming forward right now and he's got a lot to say. In fact he is brought the sutter brothers He's brought that family into the discussion saying that they Have had some bill. Peters moments in their coaching passed so we'll get to that in just a second. I WANNA remind everybody that IT'S R S. WBZ heads up your Thursday November twenty eighth sports schedules mentioned the NFL. Has the story here. Thanksgiving Thursday Ashikaga at Detroit. Buffalo Dallas New Orleans in Atlanta. Just one game in the NHL. Da- The devils will be in Montreal. Your Ottawa forecast for November twenty eighth cloudy possible flurries high plus two. So that's Today's heads up for all Insurance Ontario. Don't waste time shopping around for insurance on your own. 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The Way He's played the seas not consider a two three year extension. Give him the sea. While we're at it. Who Knew Gabe Bouch was holding him back? And that's that's the funny thing in that he's having career years got nine points. He's second among defensemen three or four points. Back of Thomas Amish bought which is crazy because I think his previous high and he usually plays most of the Games in every season eleven points. He's already get nine at the quarter. Turn here Dave Dave both thinking leaves Phil writes off to a sunny destination before the end of the year to compete for the cup signing a two year contract attract somewhere after but always calling oughta home. Gigli Pants forty-four unless he takes the melnyk hometown discount I would think he's gone and finally Greg Forsyth. I signed the guys the ultimate team guy. He won't be in your top pairing but bring so much more team in the community. I'm tired of losing character. Players is that some of the young guys can lean on and Borbon ski came to mind because he had a fantastic comment. TSN's Ian Mendez. Went up to him and just ask for an off off off the cuff comment about what's going on with coaching. Jimmy and his response was absolutely perfect again off the cuff it. It sounds very much. Like A guy's reading a prepared statement but it wasn't that at all Oro said there is a bit of an onus on coaches here leadership isn't all about mind games are putting guys down or some kind of a power trip feeding your insecurities it's about empowering your players and forming connections and getting the most out of have guys if this starts that process I think that's awesome. We WanNA grow this game and keep the game successful. We need people who feel like they can play or participate without any fear or disrespect. Disrespect or discrimination and hopefully this can start us down that path. How good is that Jim? Yeah I it. It's it's great it's perfect you know. I certainly agree with them when he opens up. Saying there's some onus on the coaches here yeah well in this case there's a big on us here on on the coach from Calgary it's perfectly well said you know If if people are trying to put their finger on saying okay this is definitely wrong. And and why is it wrong. Well it's obvious you take kids Stephen or people in playing sports and they can be really effective man even by coach coming in and singling feeling a guy out and yelling their head off at the guy you know screaming and yelling. And and I've I've been around that You have to or guy get just absolutely ripped you don't get absolutely ripped and it's you know it's it's it's like what the fuck is going on here. You know the poor guy you know the poor guy who and that's just that's just a guy snapping on a guy you know I'm really serious about this thing. You know that when this shit happens it's what do you do about it. You know. That's the biggest. This difficulty with this thing is people coming forward and it's going to change this. This is sort of a life altering thing for the NHL. No question question. And it's all about fear to some degree we talked about the power The power structure of things that is definitely weaving. Its Way through through this whole story. But fear is a big part of this thing as well and that coaches a Lotta coaches who. Maybe don't get abusive in in the classic sense but they verbally abuse news and they terrorized to some degree like they want. They believe that fear is a solid motivator and it can be but it isn't appropriate and meanwhile the other side of the coin is is the fear that the victim is feeling the fear of God. The coach is going to bench me or kick me off the team going to put me on the team next year. I better straighten up and fly right and do what he says. And what's more even though I know I'm being terrorized here and I know this is inappropriate. I better or not mentioned it to my dad right. I better not do anything like that. Better to shut up. And do what he says. And that just basically reinforces the coach behavior. Yeah and your and your peers you know. Probably when they see it happen right a good a good guy you know might come over and put their arm around the guy go. Hey listen don't take that to heart right. You know what you'll be. Okay we got your back. This goes no further right. Fuck then then you're into a deeper problem. It's it's like it's like guys getting beat up by their older brother. You know right you hear it. After all the time as they got my brother used to kick the shit out of me on right and the last thing they're gonNA to do is go running to their parents about it right. They're gonNA fuck. I'm going to do that. I'll get I'll get this schick gotta be more right. I laugh but there's there's many many examples on different. Excuse me on different levels where where it's it's wrong it's wrong and that's what I really think cast happen. Here is that that the League has got a look at this thing. Say they look it. Here's what here's what's happening. This thing is this is a Pandora's box where you got you got If we don't deal with this thing we don't deal with it. There's going to be more and more of this. I mean it happens in all sports but I would say this that it just hockey there seems was to be such love and passion for the game that gets misplaced. You see it among some players who were the nicest guys in the world off the ice having a beer with breath and then they just go Kabalu in. The context of a hockey game can't control their emotions. Some of that plays into the hockey side of things. Were guys lose their shit and then and you know off the ice away from hockey. They're just totally reasonable people and you see them interact with other people both professionally and socially and there's no indication of that. He says something about hockey. That brings out a a weird sometimes twisted passion. That I guess motivates people to do Bizarre things that are totally inappropriate. I get to the Daniel Carcelle thing Jimmy the former NHL player who claims that the Western Hockey League and Hockey Canada both ignored abuse in the interest of protecting the famous sutter family which has long been associated with both of those organizations organizations. This of course of the six players who played in the National Hockey League and so they're quite famous for that particular reason. They coached for a while for a long time as well on some still are car. Sillo pointed to a specific incident in which the whol and hockey Canada were allegedly made aware of underage drinking as as well as physical verbal and sexual abuse the transpired at a rookie party and chose not to act so car. Sillo has gone not wild. But he's gone he's put a bunch of tweets out About things that he's been hearing rights as the Babcock thing went down and then the Peter's thing thing broke and he basically invited people across North America. They wanted to send in stories of abuse that have happened to them in the sport of hockey and he's been I guess getting receiving tons and tons and that the sutter brothers swept up in. This thing is is wild isn't it. It's crazy yeah I it's you brought up. You brought up a very good point about this whole whole thing is when when you when you sit down with someone and tell me what happened here. You've come Ford and say oh I got to be used on whatever level you bring up this this. I don't know I'm not perfect thing but but you bring up the what can really happen from this thing. Is this deal where people get abused in that that carries on this chain reaction the Action Yup through generations. You know and and I could see where if if people get away with this in hockey that that's all you know Steve You know if you go to the Babcock thing this guy sits down go fuck. I'm uncomfortable with this but I got to do do it. He's my coach. Well one one day down the road disguised in. I know I'm GonNa do I'M GONNA do. What Babcock did if nothing's ever been dealt with about it? You know it's a little different than you know. If you're if you're in trouble you have. You have a bad couple of games and the coach calls these people out even players are doing it once in a while right there in their press conferences calling players Shitty. We got we got A. He's got to change his attitude. So the coach take some of these guys is and banks gates this guy. Not The other guys or a makes him do a bunch of Down backs Until the guys puking and shit like that. That's not that leaves a little uncomfortable with that but that's sports. That's what happens but this is way beyond that you know and and if you don't stop it that's all people are going to know you know the guy said it's tweet car. Silla that that the height he thinks hockey Canada. The whol should have stepped in there at some point and apparently they were made aware of that about this sutter story As has a as he says the difficulty is the sutter royalty to the hockey world. Right you know so you got some. You've got some problems here. No questions so a guy does come forward and they go. Yeah Okay we're just going to let this slide. Sorry it happened. Well yeah well now you gotta be bigger and bigger problems with guys trying to come forward. Yeah the photos That accompanied some of these accusations about the center. Family in there they're They're clearly you know. Some of them are dressed up in. What looks like women's nineties and they're drinking and The caption is is not normal. Underage drinking being and what happened. That night is just gross. What the whol never looked into because it is the sutter family et CETERA? Family of not responded to this in any way shape or form at this stage of the game and Car Sylla's timeline is just filling up with. Did you hear about this one. What about this one? You know there's is. One of a Russian hockey player said they had hazing rituals that had a sexual contact in in in his days. Sherbrooke just in a one after another as I I think as we peel away layers on this particular story. I think that Here it is Wednesday November twenty seventh. I think by the time the holidays roll. Roll around. Jimmy we're going to be like just picking our jaws up off the floor with the number of things that we see here like I. I just play my oh minor minor hockey back in the day I would have thought that with time. You know things had cleaned up a little and the less of this kind of thing but You know back when I was as a kid. It was pretty routine where guys get stripped naked and shaved and like taped to a chair and then thrown out onto the ice while the Zebra when he's rolling around just stuff stuff like that and stuff. That's worse but I thought that we had evolved a little from there right but it starting to look like we have not. Yeah and and one of the big angles here on this thing. That will will be Effective is you. You take a guy like one of the most respected elected guys in his whole playing career and now in his coaching career. Is Rod Brindamour. Right you never have. I recall interviews is with guys talking about Rod Brindamour and And what an exceptional human being. The guy was that that he's go-to Guy guys love playing for him That is grounded. He doesn't power his players. And all that stuff so when a guy like that comes forward it's going to be. It's extremely helpful extremely helpful with other guys who've been dealing with it Suppressing it affected by uh-huh so what do you think last year though all your last year. He was the head coach of the Carolina Hurricanes armed with the knowledge that he came forward with today. He Knew Bill Peters at done. Bill Peters left to become Calgary flames head coach so he was there last season and brindamour was there all last season Carolina's the head coach there. I mean I'm not accurate. I'm not sending. There might be very good reasons why I just don't know the answer to them. Like why wouldn't a guy when he's no longer an employee effectively a bill peters and Peter's somewhere else in a new organization. What's the thinking there do you think is it a is IT A? Maybe he's loyal to him because he gave him the job or I'm trying to get my head around that that why would you come forward now and not anytime last season. Well back to what I was saying I I. I'm not one of these guys who who. Who has that line of thinking like bring up right now I you know? There's there's no bad time to bring this thing up no matter how long it's been no matter how long it's been. BRINDAMOUR comes forward. Because of of the kid in Calgary and and and the story on Babcock abusing sport actually because of the kid that played for Carolina's now in the K. h. l.. I think I'm not sure. But he came forward because of him he had nothing to do with the story but he just came forward in the last couple of days right but only because of Michael Jordan who played for Carolina. The story with Lou is about Peter's when they were down together down to the minors nut and my point is brindamour has nothing brindamour is nothing to do with that one. I understand that but I'm Elliot Elliot. BRINDAMOUR comes forward because of this other story right in the domino effect. Yes you're right. It's too coincidental Steve. Yeah he's coming forego okay You know it's like a bunch of guys standing around Steve. You don't look at it this way and their hockey team. And and maybe when the coach leaves the room after him using the n word and the and they rally around the guy. Let's do don't try and drop that. Try and forget what he just said it was wrong. It was brutal let's regroup You know and and you hello everyone at that point a dozen say a word about coming forward so until tell some guy goes you know what you guys I needed to talk to you about this. This is bullshit. This is what this guy did and I'm GonNa go talk to the GM and then maybe two or three other guys go. You know what you're right. You're right if you do it. I'll do it if you do it. I'll do it and if you do it then I'm in etc et CETERA. And I can certainly see that scenario with brindamour going. You know what it's high time. It's high time that this shits gotTa stop and I gotTa be in to bring it up so yeah and you see in moments of other like somebody tweeted out earlier today about You Know Peter Latvia. Let you know there's a guy that's had great success in the NHL. And when he was with the Philadelphia Flyers on the bench and he gives like a pretty solid punch to the back of the head of one of his players on the bench like wouldn't and then just an absolute look of a homicidal maniac in his face as he's yelling at him like that's just not the way to handle people the web pull is brought to you. By rb computing storms and power outages can wreak havoc on your computers and electronics. Call our be competing today and they'll make sure you're protected and and for a limited time. Get a twenty percent discount on all services for listeners. Who Come into the store and say hey I heard your ad on? The Steve Warne. Aren't project that's twenty percent off and that's our be computing DOT COM one. Six Dash two three five men place in bells corners. Cool I hate to bring them up in the context of Trivia. Because they're you know they're being mentioned in a very serious story but trivia question will be this today. Because I'll be honest STI- I forgot to get a trivia question today. Can you name all six of the sutter brothers James Oh the ones that played in the NHL. 'cause I think there's another one isn't there like there's a seventy eight I think there's seven brothers but Well Ron and rich Jones. Yep there's Brent Yup there's Daryl Yup Brennan Daryl three left to left to left to make six Daryl Galardo the Colorado Sutter would be favorite for sure. If there was a it would take me. Take me too long to try and remember okay. One was was the captain of the Saint Louis Blues. And that would be. Brian Sutter. Brian Brent Daryl and Brian and the the other one played a WANNA save for the Chicago. Blackhawks might play for the islanders as well. No it wouldn't be the islanders. Maybe it was one of them did into them. Did I think and then yeah. So dwayne is what we're looking for. Exactly Wayne Yeah. So that is our trivia question for today. We hope you enjoyed it. Played along at home and Of course it's brought to you by our good friends at Silk Web solutions if you need a website website maintenance or help with your online presence visit is it silk web solutions DOT COM caller text. Six one three eight five nine four thousand spin your web with Silk Jason Jason. Moss's out of a job. I I saw that this morning. The head coach of the Eskimos. That's right the reason I'm I'm I'm chuckling. Because I happened to hear on CHEDDA radio. The I was in my car and They were interviewing him. Post Post season here. You know after And what's going to happen for next year. Can you wrap up this year and it was certainly the tone of this interview. Was that that he's sticking around here for a long time. You know they they. There was no talk in there at all. I don't think maybe I missed it but there's no talk about. Do you think your job is okay. He was talking like I got the full confidence of the team. I I want to explain to you. I'm an American guy and yet I've made my home hair Edmonton He he lives out in Sherwood. Park loves the team. Teeming loves the direction. They're going in got everybody on side I think was one of his comments. Something like that moving ahead and going forward and all that stuff and then I wake up this morning. That was a beautiful little gesture and endorsement of our team. You're fired surprised to hear because they run into Montreal for the eastern semifinal which geographically is quite silly but they go in the Montreal and they win make it the eastern or the eastern final and and played flavor good Hamilton team. And that was that so into the line. But I thought didn't do a bad job there. And he's out and I wonder if this wasn't isn't kind of predetermined because Rick Campbell is out of a job and I think there'd be some level of symmetry of course the Eskimos greatest days came in the seventies when they won what five straight grey cups all with Kamboi as their head coach. And so Rick Campbell. Who's had great great success as Ottawa's coach before stepping away this year wouldn't surprise me at all if he ends up in Edmonton and furthermore wouldn't surprise me? If Jason Moss Maybe A. B. Ends up back in Ottawa because he was the assistant coach to Ra Campbell for at least one season and then he got the job in Edmonton so wouldn't surprise me as Ottawa looks for a new man. If if moss comes back to Ottawa at the start of the year you know when they talk to GM's and stuff Jason Moss and the Edmonton Eskimos. Were One win away from going to the Grey Cup. You know they were they. Were in the crossover. So if you know at the beginning of the year if you don't get to the Grey Cup we're GonNa have to let you go. So what aggressive. Yeah Yeah Yeah you got this or bust you know so. That's the nature of the CFL. Though right we see we see it all day long short season. It's I mean I I disagree. I thought the guy was pretty good coach. Finance stop pillaging. Ottawa is what I'm going to say. Because you guys got your GM in Rock Sunderland consistent GM here and then out there. You got your quarterback from Ottawa in Trevor Harris. You got your star receiver in Greg Ellington from Ottawa. Now you coming for our head coach. I don't care for it right care for it at all. I'm surprised I'm spreads got fired so it's kind of like why did you why. Why are you firing Jason Moss? Well he didn't do as well as we wanted them to do. Fuck he did pretty good. Yeah you're up against a team that is setting records in play in Hamilton. Right for sure fucking team won eleven in a row or something you know there are moments of volatility Tilleke and there were moments. Where people were you know there was a few? I can't think of anything specific but I think there have been moments coaching moments where he had the finger your pointed at him like hey what are you doing that sort of thing but generally speaking I thought I don't know if that was a fireable type of season. But like I say maybe they had Other plans already predetermined we come back on the show. We're going to get to our final thoughts. Get A moment of random. HOOPLA returns meantime. Thanks very much to all all are great sponsors like for example Jim Kaye Ford winter driving his here in a big way. Although through this whole shot of if you've got headphones on and he got his turned up right now well you might be able to hear the rain. That's been happening. 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They pay the Guy Tyler Adul- they look after them. They do everything in their power to make the guys want to be there and then at the end of the year. It's like yeah he's probably GonNa fuck off so right and it's like if I'm the owner like what I was the loyalty here okay. Vote hopefully you give the really really. Oh you gotta you gotTa take off on us after we won a championship Right so they ended up taking it on the chin. So you know the the the fairest into some of these teams that we don't there's we're not gonNA wait around mantle contracts expire. Because your chances are a lot of guys are going to go anyway when we wanted you to be a lifer right. y'All all the time you hear these meetings after when guys come out after they sign a contract on you know they want to stay here forever and it just doesn't happen so we don't Jason Jason Los Happens to be the fall guy in this case but when I when I was thinking about what. You're reading the ADS. It's what's Fair's fair. You know what comes around goes around or is it what goes around comes around what comes around goes around that what I said yes it is still right it's just it was inverted so it confused me for a move I don't forget how quotable I am Steve Okay. I'm constantly stuck in mixed metaphors and trying to come up with a phraseology. Spare correct correct the rod breath. I'll tell you what I'll tell you this. Jason I can sum up Jason Monster like this. What goes around comes around spilt milk? Ah Okay like your buddy there with kissing your sister ties like kissing your sisters. That's right Finley that's right. Oh yeah he's got the best. The golfers are so good on the PGA tour. Because they got the cat they got the jockeys who read the PUTTS for them instead instead of the cat. He's he's really okay. We'll take our leave with that. That's good stuff and we shall talk maybe a little. NFL tomorrow with all the football. That's happening today again again. I saw one day a year. I wish I was an American. Oh there's other days there's other days I wish I was all right but not today. Stevie happy Thanksgiving. Thanks my favorite Thanksgiving story. She'll be pissed. I said when Gretz was still here playing in his final year at the time that no one no one knew and he he got engaged to Janet Jones She was she was living up here. She came up to Evanston and then she was this the year before I guess she was Gretz. Invited a bunch of US overdose house for American thanksgiving right because Janet is American of of course. He's from Saint Louis by the way so fantastic you know and so she's GonNa make the big Turkey not not a strong John. Cook Steve. Okay not a not a good cook okay. Never never was. I don't think she's ever cooked dinner life. And so she's she's cooking this fucking seven thousand pound Turkey twenty officer over there for dinner so she fires this thing in the morning and We get there. You know four or five o'clock or something like that and you know sexy. This'll be great Janet's been cooking the bird all day and and I'm going I don't smell thing here. Okay you can smell Kirke. Kirke took Turkey cooking. Stephen Okay sure you you know what I mean. That's not smell like turnips. No gravies boiling. And it's like the timer goes off being and she opens the oven and there's just a a raw Turkey sitting there with of butter on it. Oh you forgot to turn it on. Well how did you possibly cookie. She said I could what she did. Steve was just turn on the rotisserie motor so she goes. I heard it all day. It was going Xenia. I thought it was cooking Chinese food for Thanksgiving Dinner. Steve was just GonNa ask you the November. So have you thanksgiving enjoy. Enjoy Chinese food all you Americans absolutely all right. Well enjoy the moment or random. HOOPLA coming up in a SEC. Good night everybody. We'll see it. Oh yes I can you see it. Now it's a counter and it's coming this way it's flying something behind it. I can't quite make it out. It's a march. It says may the site they just jacqueline. What a sight seems to be circling the parking area? Now I guess looking for a place to land. No something just came out of the helicopter. Dark ought jinked into the skydiver limiting to the earth. Only two thousand air parachutes yet skydivers just yet. Oh my it tries to the year around pushing each other treaties hitting the ground like. I can't stand here and watch this anymore. I can't go in there. The mothers the HINDENBURG. Tragedy has never been anything. Why didn't know how much longer I get home? I condition johnny the last night you there there. Thanks for that on the spot report. Ah Just Dandy Pinedale. Shopping Mall has just been bombed along with. My God is my with Turkeys could fly aw.

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345: Should Senators Offer 3rd and 5th Picks to Try and Get Lafreniere? Is Boro Done in Ottawa?

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345: Should Senators Offer 3rd and 5th Picks to Try and Get Lafreniere? Is Boro Done in Ottawa?

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Warn. Everybody. We are back after a week off and so so much to dig our teeth into should the sends deal number three and number five for number one is borrowed done and Ottawa should the sends go goalie shopping the passing of NHL Great Way too young. The Sends Birthdays Renan Gallagher with a broken jaw no not from Yep like he always does it's a cross check to the face all still ahead on the sends nation podcast Steve Along with coach Greg. Greg Kennedy our things Monsieur Kennedy. Things are very good Steven. How are you yet been a? Tough week for you I. Hope You doing. Okay. Yeah thanks very much. Yeah. My Dad passed away unfortunately about ten days ago and yet it's been a difficult time for sure. I'm in a reflective place remembering the good times now boy in the short term it's it's tough but in the big picture kind of way I look at it as like wow, what a great life He loved us and we loved him Big Fan as well. Didn't watch many sends games though Greg. It was interesting. He was so twitchy about watching the sends play particularly at playoff time. So he's a massive sense fan, but he didn't Actually Watch that many playoff games because it made a so physically uncomfortable. That's that's interesting. I don't know that I like my mother was like that with watching my older brother place you couldn't watch him play. That's. That's cool. Well, thanks very much for for asking about him though and Yeah I'm GonNa Miss Him for sure and a new show is upon us and we lots get to and How's your week been two weeks been? Up Yeah, Hey playoff city maybe I don't have a fear watching playoff hockey no matter who's playing. So I've enjoying it lots of PDR work over here. That's for sure. Yeah I wonder which of the series now that we're technically officially into the playoffs here in the first round of the series has most grabbed you. I've really enjoyed watching the islanders and capitals play I. Maybe That's from a coaching standpoint. Just love watching a Berry Trust team play. It's it's interesting. The Western games to be played at a different pace. Don't they? It's yes Vancouver series has been great to watch I I fall in love with Rhino Riley every year in the playoffs. I watch Robin Lehner shake hands. Now for who they beat in the first round I can't remember now but you watch Robert no-one shakes ends with more. genuine. I don't know what the right word is but he is just something to watch shaking heads. If if you watch the next round people watch the handshake line he talks to everyone he looks them in the I. Guess it was just last night when I watched him do it again Yup. Yeah. That's Chicago. Yeah. So it's it's is he played with right one hundred percent league this year he played with them. Yeah. But but in the first. Round whoever it was I noticed it then too. It's. It's really some love watching traditions like that to begin with to see certain guys L. The endel things but that struck me at really struck me last night I i. Wish I could ACC. You could. You could. You could have found a way to backup PDR somewhere and watch it but pay attention to the next round and you'll see something pretty remarkable. Yeah. He's come out from this. Boy, immune. He's had a lot of demons battle bipolar alcohol. Substance Abuse and he's come out and he just He seems to have his head on right and. Definitely seems like an authentic genuine sort of a person y'all have a look at that. That's a great story to I mean watching a guy like him play and have success with Vegas it's been a great story is a number of great stories of. Here drawing blanks left and right but watching Yes. Berry Cocktail Yemi. Kind of emerging in the playoffs has been. Surprised watching the play of the Montreal Canadian defenseman that we didn't think we're all that great beyond a Shea Weber? It's been something I've really enjoyed watching the what they call them the Triton there. I guess they gave him that name on the CBC with Kennedy Ex but I the the kid from Winnipeg whose name is escaping me odd job. Ben Shot. Really join in eight the haves but I gotta say it's been something to watch that team play the playoffs in what they did the first round of what they're. Doing this round. Of course I'm taking great joy and you know since the last time we talk you nation podcast the Toronto Maple leafs. Failed to make the playoffs and their drought now is at fifty, three and. Former. TORONTO. Maple Leaf. Now, one of the early front runners for the conn Smythe award as Colorado is onto the next round that's another story. The Guy Emerging in the playoffs doesn't have a penalty minute. and has got a five six goals now he's quite well doing quite well hasn't been suspended. No I think it's You'll remote you'll. You'll remember that at eyeliner games. The islander fans used to use the rangers when they were in town they'd say nineteen forty I don't know why it ought to all. We still go sixty, seven, the whatever the leafs are in town. It I never never caught on here. It should though. Absolutely. Moving onto the islanders and what they're doing in these playoffs. So they now have defeated the Washington capitals eating them four games to one of three nothing victory tonight and man how good is Berry Trots? Feel right now that's the team. He won a Stanley Cup with you. They give you the Washington capitals and you find a guy coach who helps you deliver your only Stanley Cup title averages two years ago you might Wanna go ahead and keep him around. But. He ends up very trots does with the New York islanders and that had to feel pretty damned good for trots tonight to defeat his old team and do it very handily boy new didn't see this coming the islanders were one of the coldest teams out there when you look back at the spring back in Covid when this thing hit, the islanders had lost seven in a row and right now. They've got more wins in August than they did in March and February combined. It's just like the you got a coach there who gives them focused on the task? They're probably a team that with with a record like that coming in that's probably team that's really benefited from being in the bubble. Like laser focused. You know we've got a job to do run a business trip. We've we packed our briefcases on this trip as well as our suitcases for our business trip. We've got work to take care of. And they're just laser focused and coaching in the discipline slavish devotion to assist them. It's it's. It's really from again from a coaching standpoint, I love watching a very trots team play. And I'd say that My. My thoughts about the J. G.. Pasha deal. With every passing game that the islanders go deeper in the playoffs of course that worsens Ottawa's first round, pick the deeper the islanders go but Pasha watching him play he's just been so good. He's just I know that money I understand the money I understand that. At that at that rate, you want him to be one of your top two and a fee. If jj one of your top two are truly a contender I get all that discussion. But at the same time, he assures how a guy you want on your team at playoff time if he can get him. Isn't he though I mean he is. It's Danny. Green is what we what we thought. He was right. He's a, he's a number three center who can play in a two whole if you need them but enough as third light center, just a my God. Find a better third line center in the League. He's great. There's no doubt now I'm I wouldn't be. Using him as my number two on a full-time basis to be frank with you. But that's just me and as the islanders go deeper into the playoffs, the sends first rounder continues to worsen right now the islanders were in the final late. So that means the sends will be in the first round drafting in the bottom eight the way it all shakes down might as well cheer for the Win Cup. Now Jj Pozo does that would allow the sends to get a conditional third rounder on top of everything else they got for Paschel anyway, just A. Thought, and speaking of the draft the sends continue to think about what they're going to do in the upcoming NHL draft. We'll be honest before we know not till October, but it will be here before long and since we figured out and that also happened since the last time we had an episode the New York Rangers got the number overall selection which has led to people raising an eyebrow. Oh, where's the where's the NHL offices headquartered? What's a good area for a? Good ratings and stuff. Anyway, it's all good but lot of people wondering now now that number one is in place to the Rangers should the sense maybe make a pitch to the Rangers for the number three overall selection and the number five overall selection, take them and flip them out to the Rangers. Number one it's all rumors speculation innuendo. You might consider Greg. Never. Know. Stay, the course. Like if you'd one the number one pick in the lottery wonderful I just can't see nobody's going to take three and the islander pick and whatever else you think they're going to take for. Giving up three and five just doesn't make sense you gotta plan stay the course stick to the plan. You'RE GONNA get to really really good players. I. Just I I. Don't think it's worth it. I feel like I'm the same. My reasoning is this is that there's no such thing as a sure thing. I mean the closest thing to a sure thing is pretty much. Anybody's top five overall selection and if you've got two of them verses one of them then I like your odds of finding at least one. Star may be superstar player in there. So I'm just I just largely playing the odds as I roll the dice here, which is all the NHL draft really is I mean they all look everybody in the top ten we talk about them all like their can't miss prospects will have the ten. There might be six the workout. It's just the reality of it. So I just feel like in the big numbers and just playing the odds. I think it's a good idea for them to hang on to three and five rather than go after the frontier. And I, I can't see the Rangers. Taking any offer I, I can't see the Ranger say oh. Yeah. You sure. We'll take three or five for one I just I can't see them doing that. So that means we're in agreement with Eugene Melnyk. And I'm not sure I'm comfortable with that. Melnik held Toll Bruce Gary, in the Sun. via email, he said the idea of trading our third and fifth picks for the number. One pick is nonsensical. We're very excited to welcome our many new Ottawa senators that will come to us via the upcoming draft. So he's on the same page and I think it's the right play. I tweeted. Essentially, if you look at the last ten to fifteen years of first overall picks, I think we can all agree to the top three are probably mcdavid. McKinnon and Matthews are probably the of of the number one picks in Las fifteen years there one-two-three most people projecting it now. Are saying that La Frontera is probably behind those three as to what he's GonNa Project out to best case scenario. So let's look at this way if you were Edmonton, would you trade connor mcdavid for the third and fifth picks? Probably. Not. So I can't see the Rangers trading third and they're taking third fix for frontier. Was a word Eugene used I agree completely ludicrous nonsensical non-sensical I agree we both agree we all agree with you gene. We should have used. Still, it's awfully tempting because La Derniere. Got The hype machine the sizzle and he sure look good at the world. Juniors. Second in the Quebec major junior hockey league. But the World Juniors against the best not just his peers but against his best peers. Around the world and to look as good as he did, that's got every scout salivating and it certainly would be tempting if the rangers came to me and said, here's Lebron. Yaris all yours is giving me these two picks. To give it some serious thought what though yeah I'd still have to say, Hey, listen I'm GonNa stay the course like you said. Kay So. Also, we got Craig Button in the same story that Bruce put at there is is of course longtime scout former general manager in the league since Director Scouting and Craig Button projects the sends would select German Center Tim stood slate number three and I'm surprised a little bit sixty seven Ford Marco Rossi at Number Five Would and he calls him he says an elite playmaker. A prospect. I, just. Yeah, I like him a lot in off I'm picking at seven or eight day long but at five I don't think so yeah I just I keep going back to the I classify Rossi. Yes he may be a start turn out to stud, but he's not The the sure thing he's not the I hate to use the word safe but it's kind of the same sort of definition there you know. A safe pick a guy who knows going to be equality pro with. Rossi. Still questioning a little bit of the skating definitely questioning the size and will his game transfer successfully to the NHL. You guys who are studs like that in June, your and then they can't quite transfer the end up being a a third line guy I just think five there is a safer pick their than. Rossi, right. All right. Moving on Sends Defense Mark Bore Viet Ski in the sense nation podcast headlines this week. Walk. Courtesy of tsn Mark Viet Ski with one of his highlights and I. Don't know what do you think he's a free agent. Signed to an extent at any time in the last year through the course of the season sometime during the summer. Still no deal still no extension for this guy and What do you think is mark border. Wieck is time in Ottawa come to a close. I'd like to think that they're still they're still lots of time right? Like let's face it. You've got till. December now probably but my God, if you're GonNa do it get it done? What are we? What are we waiting for? Right? That's the only reason why people may be thinking that it's not gonNA happen. Strictly because it hasn't happened yet and it should have by now right like to we need to read into that and say, Oh my God, they have done it yet. Therefore, they're not going to. What the real reason is. I think the story got legs a little on social media this week because mark Gordievsky's quite active on instagram and somebody named Robson's just sent him a note public note it wasn't a direct message or anything like that is through their public and he said assuming your time is done in Ottawa talking to. Get this point assuming your time in Ottawa is done. Someone is going to be lucky to have a workhorse on their team next year. And the eski replies with. Thank you, Sir much-appreciated exclamation mark didn't really Kinda. I mean can't read too much into it but just the fact that he didn't really object to the line of assuming your time is done in Ottawa. Didn't really reference that at all just kind of went along with it. Led a little fuel to the fire that may Marlboro Viet ski himself has kind of given up on the idea of the sends signing him to a new deal. Yeah Yeah you can't help but think that too right. Like, you would like to have seen borough say something like you know never say never or you know it's not done yet or something or saying nothing. But the fact that he said, what he said sort of lends more credence to the thoughts that. Maybe, he won't be back and it's it's sad. You know you. You. You. You you mentioned will be brought up this subject. A few years ago I don't know that anybody would have cared but what he is become here both. On the ice. In in the community obviously as a leader in the dresser respected as a spokesman for the team in a sense is a leader, all those things you really want to have him around and Yeah. Maybe maybe maybe this is the end. Yeah I. Think it'd be disappointing to see because he wouldn't cost that much. Obviously I know that they've got guys that need any jail time it's time for the kids to get their opportunities I get all that but the there's GonNa be a lot of kids in that room and rather than go out and hit the free agent market like and get the Ns his of the world or you know like a guy like. Got Him on his name, Ron Haines hazy bring guys like that to be mentors. Why not have a guy who bleeds auto a read a guy who is so active in the community like what do you need? I'll be there. And it's the same in the dressing room. The kids come to him what do you need? I'll be there. And that guy has earned his stripes. Unfortunately. You can't stay healthy I don't think the guys played more than sixty games in the last three seasons because. He lays out the way he dies, but you're not GonNa have to count on him for like crazy top four minutes or anything like that. Just to have that guy around the team I think will make the kids better and I'd be disappointed to see them part company. Once again word agreement on something today's. It's outrageous. Meanwhile Greg certainly a tough week for hockey fans with the passing of an NHL Legend. Wide. Our talk with a powerpoint. It's a sex aboard the for the Buffalo Sabres Tech, the guy you starting to see it right there. So there's a goal by deal Howard Chuck in his time with the Buffalo Sabres Inc most hockey fans though remember him more as a member of the Winnipeg jets terrific hockey player, and sadly greg passing away this week at the age of fifty seven from cancer. Terrible. I've had a couple of kids that I coached over the years who played in Burian played for played for Dale. And I saw some of their messages on on twitter and thoughts and things and I spoke with with Brent Loney out of Cornwall who? who was at his first training camp with the cornwall royals was Howard Chuck Slash Training Camp there and they they met the I eighty such a classic guy. They actually had a radical friendship ever since. Nobody has said a bad thing and I, think the best thing I heard anyone say was that he is probably the most underrated hall of Famer all-time. Yeah, I, mean, his era was obviously hallmark by Gretzky lemieux. But then once you get past those two guys who were on an island by themselves almost like Howard check was as good as it gets in that second tier like always the guy that I was looking to get in the hockey pool he was always the guy you'd watch on the Isis in some and not only that eighty-seven Candidate Cup speaking of Gretzky and Lemieux he was the Centerman on the big play on the winning goal at the eighty seven candidate Cup maybe the greatest ever scored. Yes exactly hit. You bring up those stats. His place is being behind those two. From his rookie season of eighty, three or eighty four until the I think ninety one or ninety, two only Gretzky had more points like in that decade in the NHL than down. He's he's sort of in that group with with Ron Francis or maybe Peter stazzone is the three guys center iceman to play in the shadow through the eighties of of Gretzky. Yeah and you think about that Smart Division off, you'll bad for Howard Chuck and the Winnipeg jets because you know what people don't talk about they they may. Say claims they were the team that you know really suffered because of that oiler dynasty that unbeatable dominant force in the smythe yet Calgary for sure they they. They might have one more cops have not for the oilers but nobody talks him with the Winnipeg jets that was a hell of a hockey team wasn't it oh? Yeah. Loaded Depth played the same game is the orders same op temple game sprinkled with European sort of seem roster makeup. At least Calgary they got out there. They got out of it twice in into the finals would have paid for Winnipeg, never got out of the Damn Division. One year I try remember what year was one year I took them to win the company I loaded up on them in the in the playoff. Didn't turn out well for me my anyway. Yeah. I, think I think there was had winnipeg in Hartford? Both they both floundered on me. Yeah Hartford was another one that was always stuck. Vision. Think about how he was always gotta go for in a Playoff Pool Ninety seven playoff games in his career one, hundred and twenty nine points odd skater and he was always tied at the hip with Scott. Are Neil. Scott new play with him in Cornwall, and then so I think it was eighty one of the draft year Howard Chuck. What number one overall are neal was also drafted by the jets at a Cornwall in the second round and so are neal had given him the nickname Duckie I guess since he skated Kinda funny and nobody in Winnipeg. Knew that until our Neil ended the fray and came up with that nickname started calling him that and then I guess it stuck after that. But that's where it comes from. Yeah and you look at the trade you say to yourself why in the world with the jets trade this guy to buffalo wild guess who was involved with that deal Scott are neil going in the other direction and vice it, right? Yeah, exactly. So this is the full deal because initially I'm like, why would you give up a guy like Howard Chuck while the deal was this? And Winnipeg. Got Lots back. They get Phil Housley Scott are neal. Jeff Parker, and Buffalo's first grounder. So basically, they they flipped first rounders buffalo ended up with the fourteenth pick that year buffalo took Brad May and Winnipeg went. Five picks later and got Keith Kachuck. So they flip draft picks and Winnipeg ended up with a way better plan. So if you're ending up with Keith Kachuck in a deal, then you can't look at it with with too much sourness. Yeah Sun announced it on twitter. He said after an incredibly brave in difficult battle with cancer, our data has passed away. Our family is so proud of them in the way fought Hashtag Howard chuck strong and. And his son had been keeping everybody up to date. So it was Kinda. Sad even like. Three weeks four weeks ago I. Think he put something that yeah. Unfortunately, the cancer is back and not long after that a some an interview on on sports net and it was like, wow, here's this guy good looking kid like you know bigger than life on our NHL televisions on a weekly basis and it's like all of a sudden. You see him this ravaged by cancer and it was just quite disturbing quite troubling and that's cancer for you though it's totally diabolical beaten it like. He did the bell ringing thing and was all then bang in July was it's back at its terminal this time. Totally brutal anyway. So condolences to Dale. Howard. Checks family and friends passing away this week at the age of fifty seven lettuce change. Get back to the sense here. Bruce Cardiac. Again, with an interesting story about the sends maybe going goalie shopping. Doing a wrap up of possibilities this week and well before we get into the possibilities. I have the depth chart as follows the number one goalie from me. Yeah. I'm running the senators is going to be Marcus Hoge. Berg. I don't know how it all play out Hofburg will play the most games. That's my belief. Okay. Honors Nielsen will be the number two as far as games played. What, how would you set your goaltending? Yeah there one day one be and I think it's it's platoon as much as possible and if one shows to be the better guy, he's going to get more games I I'd be open to either one from a standpoint I would be locking one in his as one and the other is to. Start the year with the thought of one, a one B. but yeah, they're going to that are definitely going to be up here for sure. So on the free agent market on the other hand, if they wanted to get going there, there are lots of options available. You have former senator Robin Lener who's in Vegas of course, we just talked about him Washington's Brayden Hopi Chicago's Corey Crawford Jimmy Howard from Detroit Vancouver's Yacob Eckstrom Jacob marks from. Dallas and Cadeau been and Mike Smith in Edmonton all available any interest in any of them. Depending on the money yes. I'd be interested in a whole be or Crawford I think Jimmy Howard is probably close to dodd a day I. Don't think you can afford marks drum. Lender. A Yeah I'd be interested in letter for sure but I just. I don't know about the money I would like we've talked about this right? It's it's where you're going to be three years from now. It just seems to me that. Yes they could benefit from having a upgrade, the goaltender position for this season bought. It what's it mean to the long range long-term plan aged one year too early to be making a move like this. I. Think I I think you stick with the plan. I don't know what it what what do you? What do you think it? I would probably have some interest in some of these guys. Robin Lender would be the name I'd most be interested in a certainly like mark strum a lot of the two that I would sort of Red Circle. But yeah, you bring up the money and that's what it comes down to. The senators. Don't participate in the free agent market ladies and gentleman. Dream all you want. You can do the little kid with the hockey cards thing I got him need him. God Needham, play that game. It's fun to talk about particularly on a podcast or something like this but I bring up this story this subject with just a total grain of salt because. I just don't see it even remotely being on the sends radar it would be interesting if money were no object and this team was you know consistently involved in free agent buying, but they just never are they. You can go through their history especially when Eugene Melnyk as as arrived here, they don't participate in the free agency market while the other guys I just talked about a UFA's. You've got Matt Murray, WHO's a restricted free agent, and so still under club control, which the sends generally like and looks like Pittsburgh's going to go with Tristan Jerry as their number one. So would you have interest in an RFA who is twenty six and he has to Stanley Cup rings already and a restricted free agent would he potentially be in play for the sense if there was interest? For, sure the key stat being twenty, six years of age. He's the right age to to be at mature level for goaltender in the NHL. He's at the right age to fit in with this this group of players in like he's right in the wheelhouse show on the kind of age that these guys are right. Restricted free agent I would think that Pittsburgh is GonNa look at this and say yacht tristen Johnny is our guy. You're probably not GONNA WANNA sign that to the kind of money about Burris GonNa want because he's GonNa want to start somewhere and want starter money. So I think it's definitely possible that he's available and I think he's the right guy for this team. What do you think? I certainly think he would be a nice asset and there's some things I there's some players I like goalies I like in the sense system right now most sense fans see the potential there. But. Everything's possible. Lot of fs looks good. There's no guaranteed slam dunk stars of the future. A guy already has to Stanley Cup rings. That's a guy that I would absolutely be interested in if the penguins wanted to do something. However. I do think there's also if the Penguins WanNa do something, there are probably other bidders for that. They're not going to be the only ones the senators. I think they should have interest but I don't think the only suitor for this guy if the penguins make Matt Murray available, I know he hasn't been real strong. He's you know he had a couple of moments in the Hab series where I'm going W- W T F man stand up you know that Jeff Petri goal whether what is that what are you doing the one against the army-escorted. Heart same thing that stupid stance whatever. Yup. All right. So while we're in agreement on that front. Yard I know it's ridiculous. We gotta start fighting about something. So Yeah it's I. I don't think the sans will do anything, but it is fun intriguing to discuss the possibilities of it back and wait a minute King Henrik. No interest there. He's available not. For sure he is. In fact, he was mentioned in Bruce's article I didn't even go I didn't even go to it. Because I have such little interest in what he's thirty, eight, thirty, nine now whatever. Thirty old. Hard No thirty. Two. Yeah qe sends birthdays coming up in just a second but I didn't Wanna I did want to talk to you a little bit about what happened in the Montreal series against the flyers in that. Key member of the Montreal Canadians, Brendan Gallagher, total weasel, of course, not a fan. Drives me crazy He's not gonNA play. Probably, for the rest of the series I know he's not they've they've ruled them out for the rest of this because he's got a broken jaw not from yapping away at a referee or something like that as he tends to Oh man, he just died shot up on the ice. But what happened was in the last game flyer defenseman Matt Niskanen Catches Him with a crosscheck in the face and it's I. Know he had A. LASTING SAWYER TO HEARING COMING UP. Potentially today don't offer suspension came down or anything, but they were going to discuss. What did you think of the crosscheck on Gallagher while you know when you watch a game speed? He. Doesn't bring his arms up in front of his chest stick parallel and drive into right es two hands and a stick stick's kind of down and maybe the top hand comes up a bit. But if you see it in slow motion, the bent elbows do Kinda straighten a little. So there is a crosscheck there but. When you see the full speed, it looks like he just Kinda collides with and the stick happens to catch gallagher the APP because he's so small to begin with and because he's slightly bent over I, don't think there's a suspension there I- cross-checking penalty fine. I can't see there being suspension I. You. My version of the sequence of events was that gallagher started them in motion by being gallagher because basically he put to really hard cross check on disk and it's a battle for the PUCK. It happens all the time I'm not GonNa go after Gallagher for that it's common practice, but you could tell that Niskanen felt it. You could tell that got him in the river and the back and it really Cottam in a place where it hurts because nicotine gets up right away and he goes right after gallagher who's now fighting for the puck and it looked like he just wanted to hit him in the. Back as well. Give him a taste of his own medicine, crosscheck him in the back but because of Gallagher's height and the timing of a last moment Spin Niskanen thinks he's getting them in with the cross check in the back and instead he gets in the face because it's just a I think it's a bad piece of lock in a bad piece of timing. I will say this that you do have to be in control of your stick in regardless of any circumstance. So while it's bad luck I also think that a game suspension would necessarily be the worst thing either because there was malice behind that crosscheck. So. Maybe a fine I just don't think it's spendable. We'll see I guess that we'll have to make something they play. Friday night. So I would think the NHL is probably gonNA come up with something Friday morning, right? Yeah. Yeah. So that's the good news there is that we didn't agree. Agree. That's all right. All right fair enough. All right. Let's close out with a little sends birthday action that's coming up after these words. Jim Kaye Ford right now is pleased to announce the return of the Ford Bronco built with the toughness of the F. Series and the spirit of a Mustang to reserve the all new Bronco today go to four dot ca just make your selection and choose your dealership. We of course would love it. If you choose our good friends at Jim Cave Ford then get ready for the broncos to ride this spring. The legendary Bronco is back find out more at Ford DOT CA. If you're a loyal listener, you've probably heard me on this podcast before I'm Jerry Girard All Insurance Antero I'm also a big fan of the show if you are to. We'll probably get along. One great insurance rates. Then I'm your guy call or text me. 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We cue the music I guess right for sure. Let's let's all bite our fingers Jakko route to. Celebrating his forty fifth birthday. Oh. What an insufferable character he was did not like that guy even when he was percents. Speaking of Brennan gala gala go being passed. To little his day but. Player. Let's put it this way the guy earned his paycheck and you did what he was supposed to do night in and night out you can say that the skill players don't always show up a skill players every night but Ruta did his job every night I'll give them that. The only active senator celebrating a birthday this week Joey decor turning twenty four, and it sure seems like. Greg that even though this guy has in played. Maybe, a game game last year I think he did I. DON'T THINK NHL Game. No I think I think he came up for a game we'll disagree on that too but. He's not surprised. He's not had a chance to. Impress at the NHL level. He's supposedly look good in Belleville. But what I hear more more often people think of Joey Daccord as a real dark horse to maybe grab one of the two jobs in Ottawa. This season potentially and I'm not sure where they're getting that from I'm not sure what body of work they're looking at where they think he so nhl ready compared to guys like Nielsen and Hobart who by comparison are seasoned as hell but people are excited. Joey accord he seems like the clear number three does he not? Yeah it's obviously it's his stats from Where was he zona? I WANNA, say it was Zona but I may be wrong. Yeah, he was. Yeah. Those kinds of stats are what is. Feeding People's opinions of. Him. He climbed up a little quicker than the others have from East Coast to American league last year. So that's probably for playing a role in here to factoring into it as well and by the way one game in two thousand, eighteen nineteen to not play in one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty played one game in one, thousand, nine, hundred. All right. So I was half right. Here both half, right. And half wrong of course. Melville goals lost. Right in Belleville yet a nine fifteen save percentage two, point six, one, goals-against average twenty, four games played but Yeah I mean his stick handling better than Mardi brochures like it's the best stick handling goalie I've ever seen. So maybe that's part of it to. A rival and his arrival in Belleville coincided with the floundering period for Gustafsen who then recuperated recovered later at at a real good January. But devoured SORTA came on the scene there at the right time and played very well in his stretch games there this year when really the projection was, he was going to spend the whole year in in Brampton. So Yeah, the kids he probably is number three. You know we're looking at it. Long term projections they probably do view him. I think the case of Gusta cities been around so long now that that Kinda hurts him. You talk small sample size in the case of Gustafsen I. Think it's too big a sample size that now people looking questioning whether you ever will be a number one or not Damore is still such such a small sample size that there's still some hope there. Right. Well, we've talked a lot about Robin Leonard Today. So David leg wants forty this week and leg wand would be a guy that the sends acquired a long way or other the sends traded along with Robin Lender to the Buffalo Sabres for a first round of that would end up being calling white. Involved in that, he's forty this week he never really did any of the as such a terrific career in Nashville but nothing nothing Ottawa really. Yeah I was like it was I always get I. Always Forget was it wasn't Gomez was here. Which Yanto which one came your Gomez right going out I just I just think the same thing you know past his prime center iceman who looked like he was struggling on the ice every night. Yeah Lot of famous guys come to Ottawa and come and come here accomplished nothing I think Peter Bondra I think Tom Barrasso like disguise it come in. Their famous and everything and you're like, oh, he didn't really do much here when the time that he is here. Dominic It's nice times and everything, but a doctor injury kicks in. The sense that are some somewhat of a trend on that front. A couple of others we got Nelson Emerson Y is fifty three this week a thinking ended up. He's a very, very big time cup of guy but. Led the sends in playoffs going one year when they got swept by Buffalo get audit here. Yeah. I didn't know that good old Nellie. Gives only. Four Games. With that was a that was a trade deadline pickup was not. One year. Yes Sir Shirk. Trying to look it up right now it'd be exactly. All you are. I'm from Chicago for Chris Murray a tough guy winger kind of a poor man's Darcy Tucker. And lastly, you've got your Ken Hammond. Hammond. Yes my favorite Ken Hammond Story you've got one I got one. I didn't think even Ken Hammons family had a Ken Hammond Story. The first season of the Ottawa Senators Kenny have it's got the puck on his stick. He. Makes a world class breakout pass from inside his own to just over the blue light right on the tape of Reynolds Tikka. Kevin Stevens who at the time of course is playing Pittsburgh Penguins right. Stevens then fed cross ice to a wide open mullen who scored. Rafter the game they asked can Hammond about it and his quote was well look. If I know one mullin was bad open would never pass to Stevens. Now. That's quick. I like that it's a classic it's classic. Yes. He also had a goal in the first game. That's true. He did. Yes. I, knew that too because. When I remembered the. I saw can have birthday was coming up. So I went googling to try to find that quote in the story and founder story on can have an in scoring in the first game. So I didn't know he scored in the first game he played for like team students and all that. Yeah, I played for for sure and he had a smooth minus forty two in that very first season. About. Those those Ottawa. Senators in the early days whether you like plus minus or not I mean they had some beauties you look at that expansion team and just it's just it's like I don't know portage and main in Winnipeg as far as temperatures go minus forty six for nor McIvor Bradshaw was minus forty seven Chris Longo same everybody else in the minus thirties crazy. was anybody plus doubt it. No I don't tell. Anybody who there's a couple of guys who had cups of coffee, Jeff Lazaro might say, but he only played twenty six games. So it was a tough expansion year. Meanwhile, you get Vegas doing what they're doing in these playoffs there already through to the second round, Seattle will probably come in dominate the league ow dare everybody in the. Expansion draft have changed. Haven't they? Oh my God have they ever GOING TO BE INTERESTING NOT LOT, we'll be the long before everybody including the sense as to figure out who they're protecting who'll they'll expose that will be a painful exercise I'm sure but I have no doubt Pierre Dory will be a little readier this time and not lose the likes of the mark. Mathon. Yeah, that's that's a that's definitely a topic for a show. During the next season if there is a season, we'll have to sit down and go through who they may laugh to look at protecting their projected project protection list. We'll do one show, right. Absolutely, and that'll do it for this show. Any plans coming up on the weekend more hockey I guess. Got More hockey and that's about it. Oh, wait a minute. It's Thursday. We're recording on a Thursday night here. It's these season finale of alone Steve. I don't even know what that is. What is alive God it's good. It's on the history channel, which as we all know, ceased to have anything to do with history a long time ago a show called alone they put ten people in the Arctic like north of great slave lake. Up there. Okay. They're not together separately all it dropped in their own little area. They were given a list of about twenty five things untold. They could pick any tend to take with them. And they gotTA survive for one hundred days to get a million dollars. What. You either win a million dollars or you die. No, they have a sat phone. So, they pick up the phone when they're done and they say it's it's Steve I'm tapping out and the boat shows up and takes them away. So they're down to three there at fifty four days and there's three left two of whom are females. And the big finale Thursday night on the street at. More than one person could win a million bucks is what you're saying I believe. So yes, I'm pretty sure if anybody's GonNa win, it's the guy who still left this guy's phenomenal i. don't have a survivalist survivor survivalist bone in my body I couldn't fish I couldn't hunt I couldn't build a start a fire, her build shelter it just amazes me with these people can do. Get it on crave you know if you've got crave, they got you can either watch back issues episodes on there. There is what I'm doing the weekend. Nice. So it's a lot of ice and it's a lot of. People trying to survive. You. Can't plans. Now nothing in particular than hockey and I got a bit of Gulf coming up. So I'm looking forward to that. So I hope everybody is a great weekend and we shall talk again on our next edition of the. PODCAST. Thanks for sure. Thank you. Thanks for being with us on the sins nation podcast. 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Podcast (04/29/19)

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Podcast (04/29/19)

"Live from the investors Bank studio, boomer assize in Greg G and Noddy boomer and geo on the fan simulcast across the country on CBS sports network. Good Monday morning. We've got more Yankee tickets every single hour for you feel level taken to make sure you stay tuned for that every hour field level tickets as Janke continue to win the replacement Yankees continued a win continue to get hurt. You got do more guys you have to worry about. But it doesn't matter. They throw out there. They keep winning the Mets were the nice win yesterday. Much-needed one after back to back bad starting pitching performances by guys you expect more out on the islanders down to now after dropping both home games at the bar quays center to the hurricanes. And of course, over the fallout continues as the NFL world still. Scratching their head. As to why the New York Giants did what they did had number six overall. Not just locally not just not just giant fans. Everybody in the NFL trying to figure out what the hell happened with. Dave Gettleman the giants on Thursday night. Good morning, boomer. Our you. I'm doing great GIO and one thing you didn't touch on them. We're gonna get to all of that. And more this morning. There is another guy that has now all of a sudden and has been asserting himself in a particular situation that makes you as a particular fan of a particular team be very very excited, if you can get your hands on this particular player, and you remember I was telling you how I thought Damian Lillard really started to separate himself from Russell Westbrook and really started to jump off the screen and all that other store while there's another guy doing that. And his name happens to be career Ving. Cari Irving is laying the hammered down for the Boston Celtics and has for this. This this NBA playoff season. So hopefully, he stays healthy continues to play well and then wants to take his game with K D to New York to play with Zion. Williamson I just wanted to say that and get that out of the way much like I thought that the giants should've dressed drafted Duane Haskins at one point in time during the draft, and they didn't do it. We'll see whether or not that comes back to haunt them. But you're right. The giants is still under fire. Dave Gettleman comes out and decides to tell everybody that you know, he thought that they were definitely to teams that word would that would take or consider taking Daniel germ Jones in the first round. And that's why he decided to do what he did at number six to get the parent to ally. Manning who is basically a clone of Eli which is fine. Whether or not that young man can live up to the lofty expectations of the number six overall pick in the NFL draft. Usually when you are a quarterback, you are taken that high. That means you are playing. That's the reason why you take a young quarterback that high because. Then you now can fortify the rest of your team the support his growth, so get them in. We'll be under fire for years to come until Daniel Jones alternately takes the field. And then we all can see for ourselves as to whether or not that young man can handle what it takes being an NFL quarterback. Now, remember, get them and said if you wanna play quarterback in New York, you have to have a special type of personality, especially if you play for the New York Giants, maybe this kid has that personality. I don't know, but he is definitely going to feel the negative wrath of the fan base because nobody expected him to be taken at that spot. And so now he has to deal with exactly what the great fell Simms had to deal with when he first started here. Yeah. And there's no doubt about it that he had to have heard because nobody stopped talking about it for four days. Now the criticism he must know what's going on. And he probably had no idea that it was going to be like this. He probably thought. People are gonna like me some people aren't going to like me. I mean, it seems like it's a consensus that the giants dropped the ball. And they're still people are still like investigative reporting going into this draft pick as to who the else wanna Daniel Jones. Now, we saw that. There was a report that it was the Redskins in the Broncos. But then right after that came out, you know, people from the Redskins Broncos side of things to cover those teams that absolute not the Broncos didn't want Daniel Jones. And Dan Snyder wasn't going to draft annual Jones over Dwayne Askins at any point because he loved Dwayne asking so much. Well, this is also after the fact and those teams also have to support who they took. So according to people out there in Denver, drew lock was the number one quarterback on their list. They got the number one quarterback on list, whether that's accurate or not or just propaganda to support the guy that they took. We'll never know. And then as far as the Redskins are concerned, I do believe that they wanted twain Haskins all along. I really do. He's played his high school football there. He's well known in the area there. They obviously have a desperate need for a quarterback there. I just hope that the relationship between Daniel Joan join Haskins and Daniel Snyder doesn't turn into the Gas cO that was Robert Griffen. Third and Daniel Snyder and blow up this kid's career. So I personally think that the kid with Jay Gruden should be good fit. I really do. They have a good offensive line. Remember, they also edit another running back. They have a stable running backs back there. Right. Bryce love. Right. And they also traded it for case keenum. So it's not as if Dwayne Haskins has to play right away. But if he comes out fire in the ball and smokin the competition in preseason dopey don't be surprised if he starts as the starter for the Washington Redskins. But that's something that will be down the road. The big question around here is whether or not Daniel Jones really is the goods to be able to take over for ally. Manning once they decide whether or not you lie. Manning is going to be the long. Term solution here. So who knows all I know is this is that Dave Gettleman is basically put all of his chips on the table months. Much like Jim fossil did one time when he was head coach of the giants and this will determine whether or not this is a long lasting. Solid pick for the giants or whether or not somebody else will be picking the players in a couple years from now, and I wanna see Daniel Jones this year when you pick a guy at number six and your team's been as bad as the giants have been you have to see that rookie quarterback at some point during the year. And I don't even you don't have to be two in seven. You don't have to be one in eight to see Daniel Jones at some point during the season. I mean, I think that if the team is playing relatively well. And you could get better quarterback play. Daniel Jones is showing you the stuff that you why you drafted him in practice. You might even put them in there to get a boost. I mean, this is what you expect forget about what you thought about Daniel Jones when the giants drafted now he needs to be the guy for the giants going forward sooner than later because you brought it up. What's the point of having a guy on the roster, especially when you're sitting around with thirty six million dollars in dead cap money. What's a pointed out rookie quarterback on the roster when you rebuild on a team sitting on a bench for a year to year. If you take the dead cap money, and then you add alive Manning's cap number two that dead cap money that is a lot of money going in one and two spots. You know, you basically have fifty million dollars being spent either employers that are no longer here and one player that you just drafted supposedly his replacement. I mean, it's nuts. And remember, you know, so it all started with the I had a Frank conversation with ally. Once the season was over. And here we are now with a guy dangle Jones, unfortunately, it's not his by the way, it's not his fault. I hate that. We have to, you know, go down this negative road for Daniel Jones because this kid's live in the dream. This all he's ever wanted to do is be quarterback. And he just so happens to be following in the footsteps of somebody who hit a Myers, and he respects and somebody who he wants to learn from and can't wait to get started with. So the kid has all the reason in the world to be joyous to be happiness family. Needs to be happy, and we all should be happy for that happiness. The problem is is that in the world of NFL draft. And because of all of the exposure that these poor kids after go under he is going to get ridiculed that he's gonna be criticized. So get them and said, you better have a certain personality traits to be the quarterback of the New York Giants, and we're gonna find out really quickly as to whether or not this kid has that type train. I think he's seems to be like a really confident kid. I just hope that when he gets here that he's not bogged down with all the negativity. And then he does learn that when he does get his chance he does have some modicum of success. So people can get off his back a little ever since that benching a couple of years ago, it's being align. Manning coddling every step of the way, even so much. So that I believe this draft pick had to do with the easy transition from one quarterback to another and these guys are very similar, and there's not going to be much of a threat there and Daniel Jones isn't going to be stabbing. Eli manning in the back. So I want to know how far that goes. Now this season. Does it go to the point where ally Manning's gotta start sixteen games? If he's healthy regardless of how he's playing because this is going to be his last season. There has to be a farewell tour and each stop. He's going to get a gift from. It going to be like that we not they're not doing that. By the way, bega says Daniel Jones starting over and under seven and a half game. So that to me is it's an under under under you. Why? About. When we say under were saying that there is a change being made because they wanna see the young kid play. Not because somebody got hurt. Right. Yes. So let's be accurate as to what we're talking about here. I mean, there's always a chance even though you'll I'd never gets hurt that he could get hurt. And then Daniel Jones could end up taking over, you know, but at the end of the day for me, and for Dave Gettleman, and I think for most giant fans, this is this was shocking to say, the least and we're still talking about a four days later. I just I don't know what to expect. I have no idea. And I think that Dave Gettleman by saying what he said after the fact sounds to me like they got played by other teams who said that they wanted Daniel Jones if they wanted Daniel Jones, unless he manufactured that or they decided I dunno after what three minutes at the senior bowl that this guy was going to be the air. Yeah. I mean, I don't know how fair that was he said he did watch him on tape. He said he watched them on tape. And then he saw him at the senior bowl, and that solidified his opinion of what he'd seen them on tape. So I it didn't seem to me like Dave Gettleman taking Daniel Jones at six made much sense to anybody. But they've got the real thing will here is going to be now this he Johnson has tied the Josh Allen and not Jau show on the quarterback. Josh Allen the pass rusher for the Jaguars. That's who he's tied to because. That's who everybody I think in the giant world wanted. Now, they got a pass rusher later in the round whether or not the will turn out to be you just never know. But I just that's the kid that if he goes off and has ten to twelve sacks this year for the Jaguars. Everybody's going to be pointing the finger at that. Well, Dana Jones got two other guys like that to one on the division Dwayne Haskins which a lot of giant fans preferred twain Atkins over Joe. I don't know if you could have gotten both the everybody thinks that you could have gotten both of them assuming that you took Josh Allen with number six and then Daniel Jones to fall into number seventeen. We're all swimming that that's the case. But still you could have if you wanted twain Askins at six you could have had Wayne Adkins at six. So I mean that if the giants decided that they were getting that never want to know what my point is though is the giants decided that this year they were finding the Eli replacement. It could have been Dwayne Haskins if they're evaluation led them to that. And it did not. So he'll be compared to Wayne Askins as well as much as I wanna join asking for the giants. And I have been saying that since January second once the realization is that they didn't want him for whatever reason now saying, okay, they should've taken Josh Allen. Yeah. Challenge should have been the guy. He should have been the guy that was going to be on the outside of that defense because at defense needs playmakers, and we had ten overall picks that they ended up using they traded some other picks seven of those. Ten were defensive pick. So they obviously show you that they need defensive play makers by virtue of how many defensive players they took in the draft. But for me, it's about Josh Allen in this case because Josh Allen was right there for the taken, and I'm assuming and I do believe that Daniel Jones would have been there at seventeen if they wanted them, but it's also hard to compare quarterbacks to defensive ends, right? I think that's why. Plus he's on the Redskins Haskins. People are going to compare those two. There's no doubt about it. If they would've if Washington fifteen would have taken Haskins, and then the giants taken Daniel Jones, then I would have said, well, you know, the giants were passing on on Haskins. Anyway, so it didn't matter. But I don't know. This is just to me it's about Josh Allen, more more. So than twain Haskins telling you that the person that'll be compared to Daniel Jones. The least out of these three players Josh Allen. And the other two are Dwayne Haskins and Sam darnold because people are going to compare apples to apples and qu. Her Bax Jew could have had. It's the most important position sports. I agree. I agree. But I just think that if if Josh Allen goes out there and becomes rookie defensive rookie of the year and becomes a Pro Bowl player. Like Darius Leonard did last year for the colts giant go to be livid. Because you know, he was supposedly the edge pass rusher that fell much like Bontes sweat fell. He fell little bit for whatever reason at Oliver fell a little bit for whatever reason. So those three defensive players in my eyes that would be sweat that would be that would be Allen. And that would be Oliver all have something I probably think in their mind have something approved because at one point in time. I believe that they all bought that. They were gonna be top three picks. Yeah. Absolutely. All of the morning show with Boomer Esiason and Greg nutty, boomer and geo. So it's the end of narrow has Eli manning will no longer be appearing on WFAN. Mike francesa, cancel that weekly spot. Apparently it was way before the draft. So there's no direct correlation between the drafting of Daniel Jones and cancelling the appearance maybe line new the giants. We're going to try their best to draft a quarterback didn't want to deal with that knowing me goodbye. But that's it. No, more Eli and Mike and made me think you boomer was on the station why in a years ago and did a spot Chris afternoon with those two lunatics s so a situation like this actually said something though on those Fridays. You did it was it was a little bit contentious at times, especially towards the end of it when they started comparing Mr. Hess to Arthur and Dudley Moore's character, Arthur and all that other stuff. Yeah. I we got into it a little bit which is fun. I actually over to doing it on Friday as opposed to a Monday or Tuesday because I figured if we lost on Sunday by the time it got the Friday they were onto something else. Sure. Right. Of course. It's smart. But. Do you perceive this ally running from the situation? I think he li- hated Donut. I really think he hated doing it anyway and enough is enough and he wants to concentrate just on football. And if in fact, you know, Daniel Jones does take over somewhere along the line because that Frank conversation that Dave Gettleman an Eli had, you know, the last thing you want to do is be on the air discussing Daniel Jones. Yeah. Do what do you think what your valuation house handling thing? However, Mike described it, you know. For his own personal, you know importance. I I don't agree with all that. I just think it was pretty simple that hey, I've had enough. I've done it enough. I don't need to do it anymore. And that's about as simple as a get two hundred thousand dollars. After taxes and everything maybe maybe putting eighty grand in his pocket. Great fun, but eighty grand just to. Dude. He's pocketed two hundred fifty million dollars site quarterback on top of all the endorsements. He's probably north somewhere to seventy five to three hundred million is still don't take turn down eighty grand for the hell of it. Just for pop it on the air, go. Well, you know, Mike, my turn around eighty grant your high school, which I'm sure he's already given tons of money and stuff to anyway. So I chose everybody healthy everybody. Okay. I came in Friday. I was still sick. I would feel great on Friday at tried to stay away from people wash my hands. Jerry said that he was going to murder me if he got sick, you said, you would send me into the ground and then spit on my casket. I said, yes. And said that so you're okay. Al you're alright unhealthy. I didn't even get anywhere near Eddie. I believe on Friday. Everybody's healthy healthy elti healthy healthy healthy. All right. Good healthy, making sure 'cause boomer got me sick. So I didn't want you six apprentices. She didn't I understand. You don't wanna blame your baby daughter understand all that? No one else in house got sick. Did she get? Nick. But she got big all me when you left here that because I go I'm gonna get it because it's all on hold on a second. She got sick. I didn't care for her. When she was sick. I wasn't even there. She was in Pittsburgh, my mother-in-law and wife cared for her got thrown up upon by the baby. Neither one of them got sick. So sounds like you got a week. No. It sounds like you got me. Sick is what it sounds. It does member we had the the doctor call in forty eight hours. You give it enough tiles, a Google doc doesn't cow details. It's okay. I'm not mad at you. I'm just putting the facts out there. That's all. I think it was probably because something in your home. That's what I think. Okay. It doesn't make sense to that his wife and mother-in-law did not get sick. When they got thrown up on the baby. Something about moms. They just they don't get sick. Like, they have this thing around them where they can get everything they could be wiping things cleaning things and being around the baby and taking care of the they never get sick. That is true. It's usually the dad that gets sick the kid that get sick. Maybe get sick. Right. The mom never get sick. Always like, you know, got this sports field around or I don't know what it is. I'll agree with that. But in this instance, you got me sick sick. It's all right. I'm not mad. I'm forgiving you for getting me sick. It's all right. And it's all right for you to accept it. It's fine. I didn't get you sick. First of all number one. We don't embrace. I don't shake your hand. I'm not anywhere near you breath is in the air. Yeah. Your germs right? And are looking at him. And by the way, when Sabrina was she'd throw up and then get up and walk around playing with stuff. I thought I got poisoned. I was so sick. I was I was there you go to they go bango. It's all right. It's fine. Maybe you got it from here. That's where I got it from everything about that. Yeah. By way of you. Yes. I did your fault. I mean it happens. It happens. If I would have gotten somebody sick, I would've I would've felt bad about it. But I would have accepted. Speaking of make me sick, Jerry. We are brought to you by raking auto group. Hurry into the Lexus L, certified spring collection sales event going on now at Ray, Katina Lexus. You'll die. So the islanders yesterday three o'clock store at Barclay center. They were down one game to none of the hurricanes had a one nothing lead into the third period canes going right quick shot against Robin letter. And they store. Warren Fogel, ricin into the upper left corner from the right circle and seventeen seconds in the period. Three. Carolina has tied this game at one have back. Okay. Stop that goal. But the one that I did notice about the two games that were played the Barclay center. Fans are great. The crowd was great. They were into it. That was all fine. Puck was bouncing all over the place. Guys were falling all over the place, which tells me that that ice is not an HMO worthy, which really doesn't matter because it's more about selling the seats in the sweets than it is about the actual game on the ice. Now bowl teams have to play on the ice. But I can't how many guys were falling on that ice yesterday all over the place or fallen so and that puck was bouncing all over the place and unfortunately for the islanders they hit. They hit the post three times. And by the way, the play the Devon Taves made with his the skate, and you know, supposedly the kitten kicking motion time, Tom he was he kicked the puck. But he didn't kick the puck intentional intent when he did it intentionally, but he didn't kick it towards the net. He kicked it towards the front. Of the net. It just happened to hit the goalie and then went in the net. So it wasn't like he kicked it. He was standing on that you know, how they stand in front of the net. And they kick the puck in front of that. And you it's easily you can easily see this. This was below the goal line. The puck was coming. He kicked forward and hit the goal. And then went in. I was that not a guy always though, you can't intentionally kicked the puck into the net. He wasn't kicking. It doesn't it. My point. That's not even close to what happened that was behind the goal line. And he was kicking at anything. He was deflecting it forward and it hit the goalie and then went in the net. It wasn't like he hit his skate went directly into the net. Yeah. But the problem is the letter of the law is distinct kicking motion, which which you saw into the net. It didn't go into the net hit the goalie, but it still ended up in the net. So just his shoe was on the other foot you'd be say, wait a second kick the puck into the net. I mean, I don't know that I would. Boomer. He didn't kick it into the net. It just by way of deflection went into the net. It is their language nearly right? There's our language in there. That says that if it hits the goalie, I it's not a kicked goal. I mean, I don't know. I don't know if it's the Rangers are playing than it. Screw the soldiers. They lost to one of the hurricanes. We played the full goal that was Chris king with the call radio dot com. Nino Nita writer, then scored forty eight seconds later to snap. The one tied to one the final score years. Berry trots tough the crew cruel reality sometimes as you play. Really, well, and you'll get the result and they didn't yesterday and the find themselves down two games to none. Here's Josh Bailey. We move on. You can't let the frustration takeover. I think we've turned away to frustrate teams throughout the season and playoffs, and we're gonna have to find a way to frustrate them and take them a little bit. And that's when they go back to now Raleigh or go to Raleigh update on clutter buck. I know not that I saw Trevor Benz reams Ike right in the beginning of the game. And that does look like Trevor's going. Come back anytime seems dykes with a shoulder injury. And they all still main Elaine mental upper body injury. Two guys Cal club outgo was held off the ice. What happened with him yet? Meraz ick come out of the game Curtis. Mcelhinney replaced him made seventeen saves game three Wednesday night in Raleigh. As we mentioned avalanche beat the sharks four three. Nathan MacKinnon the deciding goal late in the third night game three blues and stars. They'll play in Dallas series tied one one. Now, we get to the monster story in baseball the little engine that could the Yankees who. Boy, Luke, void a two run single in the second labor. Tourism two run Homer in the third. And then Gary Sanchez may not as a catcher be able to catch the ball. But boy can hit. Here's the one. Oh, there goes up fielded as. Fielded has gone to the end of the left field bleachers. Oh, wow. It is a two run blast from the Cenci. No. Gary is scary. He has a two run home run that outta go. Four hundred fifty feet and a Yankees. Evan eight nothing leave. I think it was four hundred thirty five John pretty Grinch guests, and everybody's Gary Sanchez fans again they were yesterday a grand slam on Saturday. Right. That's right. And the keys beat the giants complete. The sweep eleven five the final Yankees move six games over five hundred seventeen eleven Aaron Boone says teams doing their job. We got good players in that room. And they've all continued to step up and really embrace this thing in terms of Voight. He's got a thirty nine game on base streak. He says living the dream. It's just. I don't know. How to explain it? This is a lot of fun. Void courtesy of. Yes about that censh- is home run that you saw as impressive that far. But that's. I bet you forty do. We know that. Ridiculous. So they've won six on the road trip. They got a couple more with Arizona. But they are off today. Here's Aaron Boone all of that said DJ LeMay, Hugh, right, knee, inflammation, think it was Friday. He got hit by a pitch and GIO or shelhah hitting the hand with a wild pitch xrays negative LeMay, Hugh, we'll have an MRI. Here's Boone I on LeMay you. We think that's all it is you know as rays. We'll MRI on the off day, and he'll see the orthopedist the orthopedic Jay. But who here's Boone on geo or shelhah, obviously got smoked really good on the hand. X rays were negative. So as guys he's gonna hand. I know the Mets four guys in a row would happened to connote twice. It did happen again yesterday Yankees off tonight in Arizona tomorrow game and a half behind Tampa. Who had a good weekend? Over boston. Meantime in terms of the Mets. Yes Robinson got hit in the hand. They did the weekend was brutal. You a degrom on Friday night with the late start because of the weather. He was bad. Syndergaard just as bad on Saturday. But Sunday, Stephen manscaping good performance, though, they were tied in the seventh when it was JD Davis. That would snap. The time slots feel there's a base it gets thirties pink with Braun throws taught the plight. The thrill is not. Time say JT Davis comes off the bench to get the three to Weiner in desert CBS, eighty Thomas Nido opinion, two run double in the eighth to cap the scoring and the Mets wanted to beating the brewers five to two Todd Frazier resign driving in runs early Frazier with a single Rosaria with a double and Stephen mat-su mentioned seven innings for the winning three and one now that you're a three point six eight Mickey Callaway he was great. He had command of the game. He settled in. He was. Cool, calm collected. Here's Matt's who likes working with Wilson Romo. I think it started in spring training and suspend really process, he's he's learned really quick spend a lot of fun to work with. What was good about? Stephen Matt's was as the rhythm may get himself into my. He's about as quick a pitcher as there is in major league baseball when he gets rid man it is like get ball throw ball throw. I mean, it's just like just gets Rowland. And that's that's a couple of really good three starts as a matter of fact. Yeah. And I'm not making excuses for Noah Syndergaard because he was flat out bad on Saturday. Brutal. Right. You really do. See the difference the way matches working with Rama's as opposed to Syndergaard and knows the or no. On the more on Saturday who was delayed after the Syndergaard must have called him out three or four times. Just not on the same page cross AP's on those daughter. Well, he's not anymore about Syndergaard. Let's let's let's mature. Let's start pitching. Like, we know how to pitch and let's stop being a meet head on the mount. Well, yeah. I thought that all the excuses have run out. I mean, I think that everybody's patience is done with him. He has been that bad. And think that Stephen Matt's is now like the guy you had the most confidence in. The stopper. What the hell was that? What was that? An alarm. The thing. Submarine alarm, if you watch Saturday night, it could have been so much worse as he got it a couple of bases-loaded jams. Yeah. By way of ground ball double play couple reviews. I mean, it was he was terrible on Saturday. Here's a Lonzo. Glad he's happy though. The got his contract. I am back to Syracuse. Having to go to Syracuse. Who knows tripled and scored in the first, but he says how about Davis and nito doing the job also JD Helvin at bed, and he did a great job. I mean, that's awesome. Mike to everyone did up and down throughout the lineup. Today is really good day. There is concerned with canot hidden hand with a pitch xrays negative. But he will have more tests coming today tonight near home for Cincinnati. Zack Wheeler facing ten or Roark on WCBS, eighty art NBA, play-offs warriors and rockets. Good game at Golden State Warriors. Do win it with a big shot from Steph curry in the end, the twenty eight seconds curry look on the day Kossovo. Three. How about that? Timeout, walk at his Tim ROY in someone on warriors radio. Really cheesy sounding dude. What? Well, man. Oh, wow. God world one hundred the final curry did struggle. But he finished with eighteen. Kevin durant? Another big game with thirty five. The we shot might not have been there for much of it. Now. Chris Paul did get jetted late for a second techy. Says he has no idea why didn't say a word. But so be it. And then you had a guest one of the officials are someone told Mike, Dan, Tony that the officials screwed up and didn't call a couple of fouls on James harden, threes, right? So then the reporter these two clips are long, but would be for a second. So they go to harden and ask about the comments Antoni referenced from your perspective feel like car. The warriors game plan is to test limits on that and tours called working to do about that we're going to do about it. I was told to dig. Probably a couple more than me. I just wanna finish. As man coding supposed to be called in the results from this. Is it for us all this nonsense leading up to this whole thing? This is the moment. These are the games that he unfortunately for him that everybody is going to basically compare him to this is it this is this is the regular season doesn't matter scoring titled as a matter that stuff matters. The only thing that matters are these games against the warriors. Absolutely. But I think with James harden knees. These officials were not going to let him get bailed out by his flopping stuff. And if you watch he just he is better than anybody in the history of basketball at drawing fat now wolf regime, Tony remember wasn't even a lie that was before the three point shot and everything when we needed to three point play, CLYDE what and got us one. But this is what he does. He just puts his legs out. And he just throws his. Legs out. And then it ends up getting Kohl's in these officials were not doing it. And he's gets it ninety percent of the time. And these officials were not buying do you by the fact that Mike then Tony was told that they miss calls like dantonio is a genius. I will say the one dream on green clip that CBS sports that were just showed. He does lean into them. And does not allow hard to come down. It's phalle. Yeah. I don't like it. But it is a foul here was so after he makes those comments the reporters, then go to Draymond green. He just wants a fair chance that the wrestling to call the game the way most be called. He just wants a fair chance the rest need to call the game. The way supposed to be called. He's specifically talking about closing out on three pointers feeling like he got fouled several times. In those situations. I've been filed today was on James three pointer before. Thank going with straight. Yeah. Funny. So anyway, Golden State up one game to none. The Celtics mesh the bucks won twelve to ninety kyri Irving. Twenty six points, eleven assists twenty and eleven boards for Al Horford. I believe it was Horford who blocked Kuko a couple of times at the rim and Tim Kupa seven of twenty one twenty two points tough day for him Mike boot and holes or their head coach. How will you handle Jaanus after this poor game? And I'm just gonna put my arms around him. It's own. You're going to be great. That is today said coach with today's athlete that I was not him joking around that was a series answer. I'm just gonna put my arms around him its own. You're going to be great. Yeah. Okay. Siri says like you boomer on the Sopo field. Going to be great little fell or not tonight. You've got the raptors hosting the Sixers Leonard when all for forty five and a game won by by the way. Did you watch any of this game? This is like this you want an answer for Ben Simmons. And Joel Embiid name is quiet, Leonard decorator. He's another one now that is starting to separate himself really starting to show. You just just how great a basketball players. I think everybody knew. But that thing that happened with them last year where disappear they hurt his reputation themselves off the Spurs. But he's earning it back. Right. You look good in Brooklyn any. Yeah. That would be nice one for them because I really does seem like Durant and to no, no, no, no. What have ause injuries? Yeah. I know I'm a little bit worried about that plan, though men. Do he's healthy right now. I mean, his his knee, though, is just I mean, it's one guy's from level. When Cari is pointing like this man, he is. He is the man I'm telling right now is your right and game one for the nuggets and blazers in Denver tonight. Aides the mooning show with Boomer Esiason in Gregg giannotti, boomer and geo still talk at some Daniel Jones. The NFL draft that happened over the weekend. Mets and Yankees and islanders and the NBA playoffs. All that stuff is out there. And as we get closer to the NBA draft lottery you start hearing more stuff that's going on off season stuff. That's happening. And now another report out there. Ian, Begley, I believe the report in ESPN guy that the teammates Kevin Durant. Both current and former teammates believe that it's done deal that he's going to the Knicks so debt for what it's worth. And then on top of that career is going gonna follow. And then all this stuff that we have dreamed about is going to happen. I am now at the point where I am believing it more than I'm not believing it which is a very very dangerous thing for me, especially when you're watching these guys played away to play right now, both Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant. And you start to salivate thinking what the hell could we be talking about what the New York Knicks? This time next year is watching both the NBA NHL playoffs. And not having a team in the mix. Yeah. Really sucks. Yeah. Definitely does. I mean for for hockey, we we've been there for like the last ten out of twelve years or whatever. But and these last two years of just been awful, but the Knicks have been so bad for so long. And then, of course, comes a report out of us. And y let's go to Anthony and sell the Anthony. What's happening? Hey, what's going on? Hey, guys, doing guy happened in ending and that the. And that. Up my about the rim, and I'm diehard Nick fan, and you got to agree. You got to agree. Bill at the garden. Play of time comes around like Nicklaus fastball or Rindge your. Sure. They very it beats at the Rangers. When it come on all about them. But. Okay. They you know, they got the report come L coming back. What do you guys think about that? You want to? We want to go to the playoffs. Right. Yeah. This is true. Now, my life my life. My last question is dying Williamson's phenomenal talent if we do win the lottery praying to God we win the lottery, I'm not so sure he's going to be able to hold up in the NBA. I rather go for jumper ant. Okay. Well, you're not making the ledger not making the pick. We love you. We're all knick fans if they get that I'm going to pick the tickets, I on Williamson's don't worry about it. Now if much like the Rangers got the number two pick the number one pick will be made the pick essentially made for the Knicks. Yeah. With an depending on what they're doing in free agency to that also determine a lot of this stuff. All I know is that I want the number one pick in the NBA draft. And I've wanted to be Williamson, and I don't even want anybody calling in Tomi how he's not going to be a great pro. How this other guy is going to be better. This other guy projects to be this. I don't wanna hear it is a billion dollar player for the New York. Knicks. You get I on Williamson you get. Kevin durant? You get Kyrie Irving. Forget it. It's all dreams are made of stop, by the way, this mellow report. That was out there asinine. This all started. Because Cornell, Carmelo Anthony was I don't know somewhere some event and someone asked them. Hey, would you rejoin the Knicks if Kevin Durant signs there, and he goes, I gotta see what's going on with a smile. So that your Carmelo Anthony report? I gotta see what's going on. But in that in that report. There was a guy that wrote the report, I don't even know the guy was said that Carmel could actually help the younger players get familiar with New York, and, you know, take them under his wing and each them turn him into the worst players possible. You think about think about how the rockets and warriors are playing in round two and not the conference finals one man is responsible for that Carmelo Anthony? Because when Carmelo Anthony was on the rockets, they one of the worst teams in basketball. Remember that horrible start that they got off to. Yes. Then when they shed him. They went on this run ended up being great. But they still ended up with a seed that made them play the wars in the second round is opposed to conference champions to be. I would be shocked. Carmelo is in the NBA next year. There's no less. He takes some sort of veteran minimum. And maybe somebody gives them a job and gives them an opportunity, but he is just the game has passed his type of game by and you watch these games away. They're being played. And how quick they are. And how fast the ball was going up? That is just not his game. I mean, there may be an isolation here or there, but it's usually with a guard who is doing some sort of crossover crazy dribble like a Steph curry or James harden, or Kyrie Irving and the ball is up and in and next thing. You know, you're back on defense and five seconds later back going the other way, and that's just not Carmelo's game anymore. It's just not. Let's go to Joan wants all what's happening Joe. Good morning. New york. What's up? Joe? I am scared. A quote don't have on bear with me. Tom seaver? Once said you ready for this? They said if the Mets to get the win the World Series United States and get out of at Phnom. So obscure, quote, I know, but my point is sometimes feel a little patient with the Mets rotation. You know, I went to high school and Saint Louis where it was pardon country, and you know. I love the Mets. And I love being the Kennedy in any sport. You're like. The patient lead them develop. Our we're going to be paying we just gave a huge contract extension for some reason to dig up the crime and all of a sudden his last response start sock. What do you think for some reason you gave a contract you said, you weren't you're all on board for that? I mean, you flip flop on that degrom contract. It's amazing. I thought it was the damage then you like you had to do it. And now you're back on for some reason. But the thing about it is is that remember when Noah Syndergaard pay the man pay the man like you gotta realize like why are you paying somebody for something that they did or for something you think they can do? All right. But then you said just like you did with Beckham junior and all those other guys that got contracts draft class. Once you started seeing sale and ver- Landry. This guy you have to pay getting their money set about oh by junior. If you didn't give them the contract, then you had to trade him. Yeah. Gave him the contract. You would have to give it to them because he would have become Antonio Brown. Two point. Oh, and by the way, I was thinking about that whole Odell Beckham thing remember. How like after all the nonsense and then the discussion about his contract became front and center, and he kinda just like disappeared didn't say anything, and I'm sure he had meetings with Mr. Marra, and and with ghetto men and get them and probably with his agents. You know, he's going to be a good guy. Now, he's passed all that he's going to be really mature short. And so then they got duped into giving him that you to contract, and then he goes on ESPN, then he says he doesn't wanna play with any more than he says he wants to be out of here. And then he goes to Cleveland. And then he's like, I can't believe they traded me. I mean, could you imagine dealing with these people? No. I mean, just the mental gymnastics that takes. Yeah. That's going to be an interesting watch in Cleveland for sure zero to screening Williams was drafted. I know I don't know Beckham junior put out a video of his reaction to that. Did you see that rages yells greedy over and over again? Let's go to Jason in Brooklyn. What's going on Jason? Bouma gio. This new Miller report is is in a new report. New report is it a new report overbought, I actually think it is a new report, which is probably an old report as well. But I do think it is a new report. All right. We got some Yankee tickets to give away and also coming up next. There's a big rumor out there having to do with the New York Jets, and we're going to try to get to the bottom of it and figure out if it is true or not it's the morning show with Boomer Esiason and Greg nutty boomer and geo joining us two hours from now in studio New York ranger now bite lane aficionado. Sean Avery have Yankee tickets every single hour. So stay tuned for that field level tickets to talk hockey with John every yes, we're talking about the bike lanes. And how the bike lanes are basically blocked all over the city. We'll bit will be mostly bike lanes. And then we'll sprinkle some hockey look forward to that. Yeah. That will be some fun coming up in two hours showing Avery in studio. Now one. The thoughts that came out of this draft locally was that the giants are now being mocked like the jets used to be mocked that everybody's laughing. At what the giants did in hero. The jets acting like the giants just going about their business. And nobody seems to be criticizing them if anything it's there heaping praise of what they have done. And then a report comes out where if this were to happen. Then all of a sudden we'd be talking about the jets like the jets again. And it I started with Mike lumbar now. Mike Lombardi's a guy was had a bunch of jobs in the league. He also he was with the Browns air for a while. He did a bunch of TV stuff. Patriots patriots as well. Close friends with Bill. Chuck E. Okay. So yes, so Mike Lombardi puts out that don't be surprised if the jets make major changes to their scouting department, including maybe moving on from Mike mcalinden general manager after the draft because there's a lot of. Crap going on in there. And then there's some other stuff that starts flying. This is all rumors all rooms that Adam gays and Mike mcalinden have been at each other's throats free agency, and they aren't on the same page about the players that they're bringing in and that center from Denver, Matt Paradis, he was the guy that Adam gates wanted without question and Mike McCann's pursuit of that didn't match what Adam gays wanted. And then they've tried to sit down and get in a room and work it out. It's just not working and Mike maccagnan after the draft was going to be fired. So it still hasn't completely calmed down. Because there hasn't been anything yesterday. But it doesn't mean that it couldn't happen at some point early on this week. But you know, the jets do you believe that there's any truth to what's going on with Mike mccaddon could the jets actually fire the general manager that they kept that they used in the coaching search that they now have. Another draft class with this general manager selecting the players and then fire him after the draft. We look to you know, I guess there's always a spoke fire kind of thing. Yeah. So it wouldn't surprise me. But it would really disappoint me because I think what we want to. Well, thank you, Mike. What Mike is done here? The last year and a half has been pretty damn good. I mean, he traded up got Sam darnold that we like to them. Well, we do too now. Sam darnold turns out to be the player that we all expect them to be then that is going to be the feather in his cap, and that's why he should keep his job a couple of these guys Jamal Adams, Leonard Williams, win Williams all fell the him in the draft you and I made those decisions you know, what I mean. But there's a little bit of luck involved in. He's got those players, and he did sign CJ Moseley, which I think is going to be a big aspect to what? Greg Williams is trying to do on defense. I think if there is a. Difference of opinion in that in that building over the we like, Adam I would say that it was probably tied to Levy mbelle. Okay. I sent I think we all think of Levy mbelle potential hall of fame player, this guy that is was such different difference maker for Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers to the point where Sam darnold talking about it that way, but we don't know what we're going to get from. Levian bell. And I don't necessarily know having a guy like Levy, I'm belt in that locker room, given what he did in what he was a part of in the Pittsburgh locker room is what the jets really want what Adam gates really one. Oh, there's no way. Remember, he had a big problem with Jay Gye ended up trading him. They got rid of consumer. They rid of a lot of guys down there in on that team because he felt like he had to be able to control the team. I think that's one of the reasons why Gettleman Shurmur are Pershing the players that they've purged from their own lock the culture problem have. Although those are the buzzwords, but the point being is can the coach control the locker room in Ken. He get players who absolutely truly love football on his roster. That's what everybody keeps talking about. Does. He really love football. He really into it. Well, Daniel Jones is really into. It is Wayne Haskins really into it. Or is he into being just more of the celebrity quarterback as opposed to really dive in and dig in and eating sleeping and drink and football. I don't necessarily know that Lebanon bell fits that. Kind of thought process each Adam gays, right? Of course, he doesn't. And it's no real problem in that locker room if things aren't going. Well, right. Absolutely. And that is one of the things that we brought up when they ended up signing. And it's really no surprise if Adam gays as a problem with the direction that might mcadams going with some of these players because Adam gates was in full control of the personnel with the Miami Dolphins. I would also say for Adam gay just be careful what you ask for because you know, you have not been exposed to this media hord and this fanbase just yet. I mean, you were when they signed you, and you kinda like with Daniel Jones of of coaches, you're like the last guy that the jet fan wanted. But now they're starting to warm to you the starting to warm to the idea the offense of guy, you're young guy, and you're bringing in Greg Williams, and it's going to be all the competition on the practice field, which hopefully is going to find its way onto the game field, and you'll be able to beat the patriots and the bills and the dolphins on a consistent basis. So the fan base. Starting to warm to you a little bit. But just know that if if you're not all on the same page in there seems to be some sort of crack or disagreement somehow, someway, it's going to find its way to the paper. And then we're all going to be discussing it. This is not Miami. Right. This is not Kansas City. This is the New York media market. And this is what Gettleman talking about this is what we all talk about when we talk about players come into play here. I mean, the jets can't screw up this honeymoon period. They haven't even played a game yet. Everything is great within the new uniforms. Everything is coming up jets when it comes to this off season. And this would be that thing that would screw up the honeymoon period. I think it would just be absolutely stupid to fire. Mike mccann. Now, Christopher Johnson who was supposed to be running this thing. He's over there. More and more and more. And he is watching the interaction between people in the building. And one of the reasons why I think that they really wanted Adam gays was because he was the total opposite of of of Todd Bowles. He is involved. He is over there. There. He's you know, he's we like he's interacting with the with the people who work for the jets. There's a real positive energy in that building. Now, they're all crazy, all coaches are crazy. But this guy is brought a level of enthusiasm that has been missing for the last four or five years. And by the way, if you're the Johnson family if you're Christopher Johnson your Woody Johnson. And you were sold a Bill of goods by Charley Casserly on all these people. Right. Right. Would you wouldn't you feel like, you know, you want to grab hold of what's going on here? Because I be really interested to know what the background was on the potential hiring Adam gates at what people were telling Christopher Johnson. What people were telling what he Johnson. Yeah. Me too. And I think Christopher Johnson though, he has to stick by what he believed in when he kept Mike McCann it. Well, now make a turn on a dime, do whatever he wants. But he was one reason he is the biggest reason why Adam case is the head coach shores. That was that was his guy in the process, and maybe might be Cagney didn't want Adam gates, and that's another part of this rift that may be happening now. But if you're Christopher Johnson, and you make that decision that all right? We're going to go and get a new head coach. But keeping the general manager. I mean, I don't think that you can just twist in the wind, and then all of a sudden after a little bit of a oil in water with the new head coach now fire the general manager that doesn't look like a man who was leading to me. Well, I can. But you'd never know how relationships are going to unfold until you until you see them. I mean, it's that bad. I don't know. I'm not sure if it is or not I I'm not advocating for me after what I thought Mike for Kanye did last year to get him darnold. I thought to me that that would give Melissa couple years as general manager may be the end of the coach which ultimately was, but I think it would give him at least a few more years as the general manager. And I think he hit the pork with Quinton Williams. It's only one player and this kid polite that they got from Florida. Well. This is going to be a player that they're going to dump on Greg Williams desk and say look do something with this kid. This kid is too. Good physically not for us to put and find a place from on the field to make a difference. The question is going to be here. Long term. That's that's going to be the big question with that kid. But I would just say that for me. I would not fire him, and I'm not I'm not even a part of the group that would advocate barring him. But then again, I'm not internally over there. So I don't know if there are, you know, how he manages the ownership group how he talks to the people in the office. He says you locked himself in the office as he does he get involved in all the other stuff. So you're tell all right. So you're telling me, if if I'm reading the tea leaves here that there is a chance that Christopher Johnson is now more involved has a clear picture of Mike maccagnan, the general manager. Now, that's a good way of putting as he was before he decided to keep like, so he's so he had an idea what might mcalinden was. And now that he's more involved. They hired out Adam gates now he's looking at him gays and saying, well, I kinda liked the direction Adam gates going. I don't love Mike maccagnan's going with this. So there's a chance that his mind has been changed by the work ethic and approach Adam gates, where he would think about moving on from Mike McKenna, this this is how I would put it when Woody Johnson was named ambassador to England Christopher Johnson. Then was handed the reins of the New York Jets never did anything in regards to something like this. So he took over he got more involved. He was there. He started to see how things work. And it took him a while to really figure out what he truly wanted the jets to look like in who he wanted them to be. And that's one of the reasons why I think he probably fell out of or Todd Bowles fell out of favor because there was no energy. There was no enthusiasm around Todd in within the building. So I think Christopher saw that. And he wanted to find somebody who was going to recreate that one of the reasons why he probably didn't go with Mike McCarthy was of all the things that we've heard coming out of Green Bay probably heard some of those things the owners they talk to each other. They they know who's who does what? And who's able to create a different? I guess in Tuesday as around the organization, and what they will say about Adam gays. Yeah, he had control of what was going on down there. And you know, he didn't get along. All that. Good. Well, would Stephen Ross that's one of the reasons why he got fired and plus member he was controlling everything. Right. So now, he he comes here. He's no longer controlling everything. But he brings a new found energy to the franchise that I think Christopher Johnson really admires likes this. This is something that you had to think of down the road, though, about these two guys coexisting when you made the gays higher kept Mike maccagnan, and to gorging if all of a sudden, boom it breaks up. I don't like that either. I hope that's not the case. But I think now that Christopher Johnson is now seeing this more and more and more and is around more and more and more. He's now able to make more decisions and things can be a little bit clear from the owner standpoint. Because I still think there was a period. I don't know if you wanna say two years, twenty four months or. Eighteen to twenty four months where Christopher Johnson was doing the on the job learning trying to figure out people trying to figure out how to run an organization what a football team has to look like, and I'm sure he did due diligence looking at other franchises and how they're run. So I just believe that we've come through that process with Christopher Johnson. He now has a firm handle on what he wants his organization look like, and that's why he went and hired Adam gays one gun anyone and energetic. You. Gays. Ios. Crazy. I. Very new. From adam. Yeah. I would just wanna see how this season goes before we make an. Winning these guys might say, you know, you're right about this. You write about that? We're on the same page in. Let's get moving in the right direction. You know, what you know, what really sucks about the NFL just sports in general is that when a guy ends up getting like this, and there's some stupid rumor they put out there for whatever reason that does like this. Joy watching somebody wallow. Oh in the unexpected like criticism. That's coming their way. Yeah. You know, what this one though, you're right that happens far too much. But with this one I fell he was more of a what Ellie, but why would Mike Lombardi put it out there? Like what what does he have to gain by putting that out there? If in fact, there's any shred of truth to it. Well, you know that everybody wants to be the reporter role and everybody wants to get that recognition from breaking those stories. But I mean, this was more of a rumor than anything else. It wasn't a story that was being broke his rumor that sucks, right? It does to mooning show with Boomer Esiason in Gregg giannotti, boomer and geo for you ranger fans, you hockey fan Sean Avery scheduled to appear I'm gonna put a scheduled to appear on him at nine o'clock. He's one of those guys that he's been very good communicating with me. Good. Mikey Nicholls happens to think that of shawna's favorite player favorite player. Full-time Sean every so he'll be joining us in studio nine AM. Jerry recco. Is back with us with an update what's going on Jerry morning. Brought to you by the its own a group being certified season is in full bloom with special finance offers at BMW of Westchester Yankees going for the sweep in San Francisco. It's really remarkable with this team has done and they got all three years the one oh swung on hit of the year to left center field that ball is. Hi, Ed as far. It's glacier. Two run home run off the bat of glacier tours to love Centerville. And like a good labor Toro's is there. He was. Yankees actually got out to an eight nothing lead in this game wand up winning eleven five as they moved to seventeen and eleven along with Torres. Gary Sanchez, they mammoth two run shot in the sixth inning earlier. Luke Foyt two run single that at the time give the keys of four nothing lead. Here's Aaron Boone Voight doing an amazing job. He always getting off his ace wing allot, but but really controlling the strike zone. He's been look it's it's what we believe him to be. So it's it's not surprising at all. No here is void. He feels like every day. This teams are going to go out compete and win locker right now to the roof every guys coming in doing their job, and it's void on. Yes. Even with all the injuries. Here's Aaron Boone is's, we keep winning with different players. No surprise Cameron goes in there. And and contributes Tiro Strada goes in there contribute. The latest to be heard DJ LeMay, Hugh, right, knee, inflammation, GIO or shelhah hitting hand with a wild pitch. X rays were negative. Lemay Hugh will have an MRI in terms of the pitching Mingo. Her mon- does get the win. He's now five and one with an area of two point five six. Here was Buni was good enough for the victory for sure kind of lost it a little bit at the end. I don't really know if it was fatigue more than just making some stakes when he had a chance to put away some guys you see the shot. They just showed on CBS sports to the movement of the ball. Yes. Anytime you get that behind home plate stuff. It's funny. You say that because s and why and I'm sure yes, does it too. But why does a great job they'll pick certain innings when they're coming back from break too. And you'll see one pitch from the pitcher. And I wish they keep it there to see because you really get a sense of how frigging fast balls coming in. And that case how much the ball is moving yorkies are off tonight. Amazing amazing, even hit it. Yeah. It was grounded out to short but bomb. Right. I can't even imagine big lanky guy like that too. Just so intimidated, I'm watching Luis Severino again a little bit Yankees off tonight. They go to Arizona tomorrow. They've won six seven on the road trip game and a half behind first place. Tampa who did win again on Sunday. Then you had the Mets while the Yankees were sweeping the Mets. We're looking to avoid the sweep, and that's exactly what they did against Milwaukee to Neto swinging allied to write that by a hit. Cook. His in. They will hold Conforto with third and second with a two double his first big league. Hit of the year is topa Dido and bits of opened up a five to to tell we rose on WCBS eight eighty hi how we Rosa J D. Dave. Hi, I'm Howie rose. Single inning prior Neto just recall dead pinch. It two run double and the Mets beating the brewers five to two. Here's Mickey Callaway talking about a starting pitcher Stephen Matt's seven innings for the win the Phillies game where he didn't record in out. That was clearly the exception for Mets and not the rule. He's pitched tremendously aside from that one start, you know, where he didn't record analogy. It's he's done everything. You wanna starting pitcher to Matt's was asked what has changed since nothing? Just didn't give it too much credit for what it was just kept working stay the course. And that's really here's Pete Alonzo. He says you look around could day who's a quality team win. I mean, we put five runs up on the board. Like, I said we had really good at bats all the way up and down the lineup and we'd play good defense and pitching was awesome today. Awesome today. Now, what was not awesome was Robbie can getting hit on the hand with a pitch x-rays were negative. But Callaway says there are more tests coming they want to be sure not going to screw around with it tonight. The Mets home for Cincinnati Zack Wheeler taking on ten or Roark on WCBS. Eight eighty to the NBA will get to the Linders in a minute. They played in the afternoon in loss. We'll do the NBA playoffs. First warriors rockets last night and golden steak a big three from Steph curry Houston with the ball down the stretch. Now with decades. Ted second foul cakes three straight on. It's no good. Paul gets the rebound. How to the wing ball deflected? Loose bowl out of bounce was bored in the warriors will get it back crazy sequence here. Chris has been thrown out of the game. It's a technical foul. Tim ROY and his partner on warriors radio. It was a wild sequence one. Oh, four Tim ROY in a puppet kid, you find out who it is. Yes, I can actually figure Tim ROY doing both voice. Ventriloquist? I would fail. I would to him. Ticketless voice. And if Chris Paul get suspended that's going to really piss me off those an he didn't act, right. But remember last year game seven when they had an opportunity to win the the rockets Chris Paul was injured at screw the whole thing up. I want everybody healthy playing in this series. So you could determine the winner correctly. Think poisoned sports. Always there when you lose it, you you basically are handing the games or you're heading in that particular game to your opponent. And for some reason the Houston Rockets lose it when they play the warriors in the playoffs. There's there's you can't deny that. Yeah. Whether joins nuts, so good. I didn't like James harden. This kind of Weichel walked out on the team or like just quit on the team a couple years ago in the playoff late and quit on TV is just terrible in that game. Seven. Six was something going on beyond terror. Yeah. There was something off the court. That was going on though. I'm like if you lose your focus in your poise. You don't have a chance man thing about him like hiring a hitman or committed told weird story on because he was on sell junior in something strange. But I don't know if that it's something to do with it or not he was just awful. It was a game six against somebody. Here's here's Paul. Why did you get that second? No, you told me he's just called a tech nude is my second. I looked at it yet. So you tell me here's my dantonio. He knows his team's just got to improve. We're right. Their chances to win when this couple of shots had a couple of technicals that that call us at DM because we're only down three or whatever. So you know, we have to do a better job and do better they'll do better. They'll have a chance in game two using every year the same thing every year. Kevin durant? They're defending and it's obvious. We're better as team folks on defense office, we kind of play unpredictable, and we'll have a set way we won't play. We just try to move the ball of fire cracks open. They found plenty of them. He thirty. I'm sorry. It was Jim Jordan, Moses Malone JR. That's not west until June. Not once not solely. I do one of those harden had thirty five in the lost nine of twenty eight shooting four of sixteen from three meantime, Celtics smashed the bucks won twelve ninety. And it was pretty quiet in Milwaukee. Jaylen Brown right side, three good night. Right. Even get I can't get excited because say fire. Because they're run another here right now. Well, yeah. Because at that point it was one six eighty four they run the winning one twelve to ninety kyri Irving at twenty six points, eleven assists. Al Horford added twenty interesting we played the clip their of Jalen Brown. He had a big gimme at nineteen points. So the story comes out exactly five years ago Sunday is when he tweeted he was in junior high school where he was a junior in high school excuse me that he tweeted a teacher from Wheeler high school in Marietta, Georgia is where he went told him that day that she would look him up in five years in the Cobb County jail. Oh, wow. So that became a thing online yesterday. Oh, so he discussed it stored. When somebody says, I'm like, that's. So this crazy five years from now to this day on here. Standing in the playoffs plan for the Boston Celtics. Tremendous game one win so pretty wild. Good for him. It was five years to the day, April twenty eight two thousand fourteen he tweeted herbal thing to say this. Yeah, tonight, you got the raptors and Sixers so in the first game of this series, quite limited forty five points. Toronto beat Philly. He was the game guest on TNT, which did you see this? Now. I did this ended weird differentiates you when the defense is right there in your face. And you still get those cups. No confidence I work on those shots. So it'd be good just went down. And I was able to knock it down. Thank you. Go. Thank you. Oh. Good. We gotta go. We go live just really really odd. Talking to the best player the court. I gotta go. He's supplies cer- bore. If you want me to good also a game one for the nuggets and blazers they will play that game in Denver hurricanes beat the islanders to one. A Warren Fogel scores to tie it early in the third and forty eight seconds later point now and drops it off. Point. Two goals for the hurricanes and Carolina has a two one lead sixty five seconds into period. Three Chris king? To one would be the final score the aisles could not get an even could not get into overtime. A couple of things here for Carolina. It was Curtis mcelhinney replacing Peter marasmus Meraz ick. He made seventeen saves Razek leaves with an injury after stopping nine of ten shots himself. Carolina also losing reams dyke and main Elaine in with injuries also the Calcutta book injury. So a lot going on. But the islanders at the end of the day are down two games to none. Here's berry trots. Let's just go to Raleigh now, though, not easy to do. And when there were been resilient all year. We've been good on the road. Obviously they've got a good home record during the playoffs, and they'll have to try and make it not so easy for them. Here's mcilhenny Preston to action after Meraz came out. He just looked a little off like shaking, his one leg. So. It just wasn't right. And as a matter of grabbing my helmet and making sure I was right. I find that funny. She. Any air. I just shook my leg right into the pitching. Okay. Game three Wednesday night. So did you hear the story that was going on during the game? Because there's not a third goalie carried by either the islands the goalie from Stony right Stony Brook. Oh, yes. So he had to get into the full uniform and everything I gotta find his name. But but yeah, he had to get into the full hurricanes. Does he on call? Yeah. And he's just he played at Stony Brook. He's a club hockey guy. And he would've mcelhinney went out is really on call for both teams. You know, if either one of them lose a goalie so interesting thing that heard them talking about yesterday, and the broadcast is that if you actually had a third goalie, but he wasn't dressed and he was on the roster. You could actually get him dressed in between periods to get to be used. But neither one of the teams, I guess have that. So they always have every every building. Has emergency goalie just in case. I didn't know that. Yeah. Score rolla. And but here's what's interesting asking if you want support for the wasa so Todd Todd scroll, a he's a he's went to Stony Brook. He would have to play for the hurricanes against the islanders. That would have been. I mean if he's letting in goals left and right just because he's Todd scores violent or fan. People are going to be like, well, wait a second. What the hell's going on here? It's interesting, though, why can't why isn't it up to the team to dress another guy in goalie gear? So if you're carrying show catchers. Building. I know. But that's just the way the NHL. He brings up a great point to have a goalie the guy when he could only crew you a rare occurrence or two goalies could happen. It has happened. But I'm saying it could happen that he's a diehard islander fan. He goes out with on every. I mean, think about their down one home. Percent. He'd be here. Guys. I swear. Hero for the right? I would actually be very very funny, by the way, we'll say that NBC found another TV star Patrick sharp doesn't unbelievable job in between the periods. Really good. Really? Really? Good awesome. The avalanche beat the sharks four three. Nathan MacKinnon the deciding goal late in the third series tied one one you got the blues in the stars tonight. One one as they play in Dallas. And then couple of oddities from the NFL one not good and one is gonna give you the Goodwin. First. And only because I think Greg was the one that discussed or maybe Al discussed this docu series on Netflix. Texas Tech linebacker Dakota Allen becomes the first last chance you guy. Yes. Yes. Draft. The Rams took him in the seventh round. There was another kid from that series. That was signed as a undrafted free agents, kind of cool and not cool. Newly drafted giants cornerback Corey Ballantyne injured in a shooting early Sunday morning and his college teammate joins him was killed in the shooting Ballantine was taken to the hospital non life threatening gunshot wound. So this was literally I think the night after he drafted videos drive-by shooting was that a targeted shooting the story. I read boomer didn't say, I do not know. Yes. Terrible. So you feel bad for his friend, obviously and his family, and you hope Balentine recovers. I mean, his his injuries physically. He's gonna come out of it. Okay. But he's gonna live for the rest of his life knowing that he was right next friend when he died with right? That's that's gonna be the thing. That's gonna take a long time if ever to get over and it was literally right after he posted the video in when he was drafted the giants. And I'm sure a lot of teams do this. They have their guys posted. A quick little ten seconds giant fans. Can't wait, blah, blah, there anything family. They're all good. And then this happened, you know, at the NFL network did an unbelievable job with they actually had family members to video messages for the kids that were drafted. Now, the kids know that those message cool, and then they put the headsets on them. And had the kids watched the family messages back to them. And it was every single kid got really emotional, and it was great good job by the NFL network coming up with that idea. The giants posted every picks phone call. I don't know if the jets did this, but every pick the phone call from Shurmur or Becher wherever to to the player, and there was one guy thinking might have been the I gotta find it was the least exciting moment, maybe football history. Pat Shurmur talking to this kid. He just didn't seem like he was interested in being reported. I mean, it was say, hey, you healthy. He's. Yup. So you ready to be a giant? Okay. Can't wait davir. Okay. See you there. We'll find it. It's not an exaggeration. Go back and load. The patriots the same thing with their first round pick. And he's just got Bella check on the other end. And he couldn't actually hold back the tears which was pretty well. What the hell is Bill Bella checks into this kid what it was actually a by patriots? You're going to catch passes from Tom Brady. That's guess. So I guess pretty good the morning show with boomer Assias in Gregg giannotti, boomer and geo boomer and geo on the fan across the country and CBS sports network things. Yeah. Go ahead. All right. So Sunday, we're going to be doing our five borough bike tour, right? Yeah. That's right. Yeah. So we are looking forward to it. We're doing it for team boomer gonna raise some money for cystic fibrosis. We're going to be a part of thirty thousand strong ride in the streets of New York City, the B Q E the Verizon bridge, we're looking forward to it. I know you've been working on your bike have been. Yes. All right. So I got your uniform. Oh, all right. Here's your this is your. This is your top right there. By the way, you're not going to be able to eat between now. And then because that thing is going to be really toyed dog. Right and hear your bottom. Oh, wow. Look at this and your bottom. Just so, you know, right. Wait. You gotta be kidding. When I mean, look like, Lance Armstrong I'm supposed to fit into nights jacket off. Well, you know what I'll do it in the break. This is going to have to be skin here. Here can't have autumn's. Oh, wow. Let's hang. So you gotta you gotta wear those these things really like kind of snug. Well, they tried on last night. And I was like whoa, silly. Is that like fits like a wrestling single? If I then. The top. Yeah. She put everything on everybody could see that because promotion for the events that I know the CEO from the five zero bike tours coming in on Friday right to discuss this whole thing and to give us our numbers. And and the give us everything we need to know. What the hell's going on come Sunday? All right. So I'll put this on the break. This is going to be I am at my lowest weight that I've been in many many years sits good good timing for the two. I'm just telling you. I put mine on last night. I could barely breathe. I don't see do they come in one-size-fits-all or how does that work there? Not. I mean, what do you mean? I can tell you is supposed to be tight. You gotta be you. It's gotta be you. Gotta you don't wanna be. What's word, wind resistant resistant? You don't wanna be rooting now? All right, fine. I'll put it on. We'll see. We'll see we're he's a little bit of stretch to at least this a little bit. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I'm. Now what I was like I have been training for this. I go about ten miles from the win twelve the other day. Right. It's a tour. It's not a race. Remember that? All right, but still stop and have a few beers along the way doesn't but see this is the issue that I have I either I don't have a good handle on doing recreational index or size at the same time. Like my mind is either I'm riding a bike or I'm hanging out and drinking beer and eating chicken wings. Right. So you're telling me that we're doing both at the same time. Kinda like I'm not gonna stop get a beer. And then hop back on the bike with this thing skin tights. That's what I'm saying. I can't eat for a week now. Yeah. That might thing was tight. It was really tight. So might my head turned red. It was so then we're gonna be finishing this. You're you're confident that we're gonna finish this. Yeah. We will. But what let's just say that one of us midway through your planner fascia starts to act up me. I'm just not equipped to do something like this. And we say all right enough, midway through how does that work? Not a chance. Not a chance. No, there's there's. Auto bring the whole thing. We're having a good time with it. We're looking forward to it may sort cystic fibrosis month this last past weekend. We lost one of our big supporters to the disease cystic fibrosis Tyler patrol, and I'm going to ride in his honor. And nothing's going to stop me. And nothing's going to stop you. And you're not gonna be whining and complaining, of course, we're going to BUSTER ass when you get this thing done, and we're going to do it the right way, and we're going to be professional about it. And we're going to represent the community of cystic fibrosis patients, including Tyler the way that they should be thought of and he will inspire me to go through this whole thing. And I'm looking forward to to ride in his memory and in his honor. And so will you okay? I will all there is to do fun. I'm telling you why we're doing it. I got it. I know we're doing I know I were doing it. And that's why between out the link to raise money dry. It's going to be right there next to me the whole way. Okay. What if I'm a little quicker than you? You'd be able to. I hope you are. I'm I'm expecting you to put forth a good effort. And I think we'll have a good time. But also be recognizing while we're doing this. And I absolutely let's go to Joe and CEO. So what's going on? Joe? Hey, good morning, fellas. What's up, man? I was calling GO on the back of that jersey. Do you have this free pockets 'cause you can sit snack on the back of the? Snapped and everything in the back alarm ins or something here snacks some peanut Eminem's. There are three pockets back there. Right. So what we'll do when we go to break you'll go get dressed, and then you come back in and we'll show everybody. What you're going to what we're gonna look like you like it when I got. So all right. Yeah. No. I do. I think it's great. I love the colors love everything team, boomer every right above your ass. It says team boomer right now, it is that it's tremendous. This is going to be interesting to put this thing on that is no doubt is going to be very interesting. But I I have been training. We should tweet out the link again soon as we maybe you do it because all be getting dressed. But the next break will tweet out the lake we'll put it out there. People can donate. I still think we haven't hit our goals. So we can get people to don't talk about a bunch. But now now that we here it's not a week. And I know that you get all nervous about all this stuff. I am getting a little bit nervous about it. You don't. Here's why I get nervous because my wife has no faith in me to do anything. So when she says that I'm doing this. She's like, you're never gonna make it. You're just not gonna I know you you're not. I'm gonna make that's not good. And I say can you be a little bit? She was like I'm convinced that you're not gonna make it. I never thought about it 'til she put it in my head. And now it's in my head. And I'm thinking, I'm not gonna make which is not a good thing. But I've been out there. I I put the believe in you. Thank you. You're welcome. Do you? Yes. I do. Well, if I was to fifty three this time ledge. There's no way that I've would you lose over fifty pounds. Yeah. And I know that you're on your bike. And you're you're actually working it out and trying to figure all this stuff out. I think you're going to be good. Yeah. And I had the peleton prior to that. I got I got a whole situation. All right. Let's go to many in Manhattan. What's happened? Manny. Hey, what's going on fellow him in? Yeah. So I've been listening to all the shows the last four days, I'm a diehard giant fan. I've been so at thirty five years, I just wanna share my thoughts on on what I hope happens this upcoming season. I want this guy gun, and I think it's gonna take three things this guy clause of Gilman. Okay. I want him gone in the worst way. I feel I could be one else. Does he settles us back so far? I couldn't sleep that first night so upset I hope these things happen to some Comey season. I hope Josh wins defensive player of the year. I hope Dwayne Haskins has a great season. He wins offensive rookie of the year. And he kills it in Washington much as a hate the Redskins, and I hope that he li- manning has a record season. He goes out has a best season of his career walks off on a high on on a high note science the team for two years sixty million dollar deal and stick. Two giant. Listen here. Here's the thing. When get them and got here he had to change the way the giants that business. He spent a lot of money on defense. They gave a lot of big free agent contracts out. And and it didn't work the Velox room was fractured. I don't how else the put it. You don't want to about culture. You wanna talk about players not living up to their contract. And quite frankly, the money has gotten so big in the NFL that I do think that it has a profound effect on the player and the way the player carries themselves. You know, it is a physical game. Every time you go out on the field. You risk injury. You risk your career. Just has Ryan cheesier. He'll tell you. And for every guy that gets the big money contractors one hundred guys don't ever get a chance to make it because they get hurt. All right. So I think things have changed and that locker room when he talks culture, I talk about respect, you know, are they respecting the coach. Are they playing hard? Are they show? Showing up? Are they putting forth the effort that's what he's talking about? And I think that when Odell Beckham junior decided that he wasn't going to play the last four weeks of the season. Maybe the last two weeks of the season. They probably thought he could play and he didn't play. And then he makes it known that it doesn't wanna play with the ally. Get them got a problem. He's got a big problem. He's got a locker room issue. And he has to do something about that. And when I look at who they're trying to draft and who they're trying to sign his free agents, and the people that they're moving in and out. I think it's going to take a year years of process. The problem is that giant fans don't have time to wait around because they've been going through this for the last seven or eight years. Yeah. And you should not feel that way. I know you don't like cattleman. But right now, you have to get rid of anger and go full bore behind Daniel Jones, you want this guy to be great. You want get them into be right? You don't want Wayne Dwayne asking on the Redskins. You don't want him to have a gun. You're staying though, he wanted he wanted Josh Allen at the end to and somehow maybe twain. Haskins go back up and get him. If you really wanted him. But this is not Daniel Jones fault. It's not fault that he was pick number six. This is a great moment in this young, man. I think everybody understands is paid the dues to do whatever. He's done to get to where he was that to have a one of thirty to believe that he could be the heir-apparent the face of the franchise moving forward along with saquon Barkley parallel to each other and former backfield that hopefully will last here for the next ten years and give giant fans. A lot of great memories. The problem is is everybody in the NFL believes that Dave Gettleman reach get him at number six. Yeah. I mean, he looks the part. There's no doubt about that. And the giants and their quarterback in the big guy in someone who's very traditional and Dave Gettleman, very old school. It's not surprising that he ended up with this guy. But I mean, you don't wanna see your team fail. And you don't wanna see the guy they passed on end up being great some point. It's gotta turn like the jets fans and gays like initial. It was screw this guy blew it. But now, I think that most jet fans are now on board for Adam gates, Greg Williams. Yeah. Right. And the interesting thing is that I think it was they've got him who said at three weeks ago about playing quarterback in New York. It takes a special personality and ally has been flatliners. He's been from the day. He got here to today. He's the same player. He's the same person. He's maybe done maybe one or two little minor things that might have brought some embarrassment to the organization when it came to selling game, worn jerseys, or whatever the hell that is. But for the most part he has been everything that the mara- family would want their quarterback to be and not be controversial. But just be there and be beloved by the fan base. And that's what they're hoping they get in this ally. Clone and Daniel Jones all right coming up next. I'll come back in this skin tight bike outfit. And also give you an update on that. Mike mcalinden story if there's any truth to any of that, we will Grigg GO. On the fans sports now where it's the morning show with Boomer Esiason, and Greg G and nutty boomer and geo foreign GO on the fan across the country. Look at. Let's go over to the back back. Nice. If you pull the backup pull it at the top of the back. You pull that up pull it up. Hold up. Hold up off. There you go. T- boomer on your ass that Dr to peace. I was still also that he was not not supposed to wear underpants. When he does the race because it will change his areas. I should've I didn't wanna get completely naked and boomers office when I put this on. Make it in my office. Right. So I I kept the underpants on this time. Also, not a good because it's really bunching up in there. But other than that, I feel pretty good book good where the shades open. So that people. They they were not they were not. But yes, you can check it out tweeted out a picture, and you could check it out on CBS sports. That was an awesome uniform though. Thank you, very welcome. Yeah. You look around at the uniform that no American flag and the boomer size and foundation logo right there. So team boomer on my ass to so right tweet out that link if you'd like to donate support boomer and me in the borough bike torches happening on Sunday may fifth what time in the morning star early. But you know, what the CEO here, probably like, eight o'clock or something nine o'clock on swimming. But we'll get all the particulars. On Friday, just watching the. Just ridiculous. But no, I feel pretty good. I'm ready to go. I feel like a real athlete in this thing. And as I sit here right now, I feel like I can do forty miles. No problem. No problem. It'll Gina doesn't. She does. Not. She's got no faith in me. All right. So am seven AM seven AM. All right. Very good. I wonder what time will be done. I think I saw somewhere that took somebody eight hours to finish this thing when I was looking at a message board. But hey, it's all right. So the update on the jets thing. So after our discussion, and we talked about it. There's people that would know that reach out to the show. We'll just put it that way and say that no there is no truth to this Lombardi report or any other report about Mike McCallion, and there's no smoke or fire. Is we thought maybe there'd be a little bit of something in there, isn't that Michael Barr? This guy that didn't think that Doug Peterson being the head coach. Photo Figo's was a good idea. He said it was like the worst higher in NFL history or something crazy crazy opinion on it. Okay. Yeah. So yes. So that's that's at least for jet fans at one of Mike mcalinden stick around. That's good news for them. We'll see if anything else comes in jet fans or fans in general get mad at the at the general manager when they do make stupid decisions, and they make bed picks and all that other stuff last years have been pretty much home run. I think for Mike McKenna in terms of his picks and who's gotten in here. The story is still going to be told for Dave gentlemen. Right Brody bandwagon said yesterday, you know, darn good by this. We got him. We got to get a better player in here. This isn't about saving money or whatever this about making the team better and that paid off yesterday immediately for NATO. Yeah. It did. And so you tell me your take on this. Because when I heard the Travis d'arno DFA, I said, all right? That makes sense because this is a guy who was horrendous on Saturday yet a miserable. Start to the season wasn't even. Good in spring. He'd gotten a million chances. We all know about the injuries. And that was enough was enough. They gave him an opportunity they were wrong about him being able to figure it out and they pulled the plug quickly because this is a team that wants to win every game. They can during the season because it's a tough division. That's what I thought. Then I see some of the reaction to it, including some of the most respected guys in a business like Joel Sherman who think that this is a sign of or could be a sign of the Brodie van wagon regime of pulling the plug too quickly on stuff right where now does this turn into Dave island gets fired. Because the starting pitching has suffered. You know, what it is? I'll tell you what it is. Hey, do your job gets up and going here. You don't going to give you opportunities. But once we see that that opportunities been wasted. We gotta move on. I actually liked the fact that Brody van wagon is not afraid to make a decision. So if I'm looking at the general manager right now, I'm kind of happy with what he's doing. I mean, the same thing I could say like, you don't want Lula Meral took over the islanders and he brought back Matt. And he brought in calmer. Avi brought him fill blood. He brought in all these older. Guys, these veteran these grizzled veterans that can handle anything all he did was get killed in the in the in the hockey media was he doing he's lose his job of heiresses who is replacing them with. Well, you know, what there's a reason why that team plays away at does. Because he knew of the character and the background of the players that he was bringing in here, and he could win with that. If he got good goaltending. And he has and it has worked out and they're young players really ascended quickly. I think a little bit more quickly than even they expected. So that's why like what brody's doing here. Like enough already Travis you've been here for how long you were supposedly the integral part of the. Of the trade that brought in Syndergaard along with you. And it just has not worked out you have just not been the guy that that. We thought we were getting when we traded for you and the injuries and everything else it's better that you move on. And it's better that we move on. And we start making other decision. I actually liked that. Yeah. Me too. And I think that the criticism of tendering him a contract, and then putting them on the roster after being out for so long and then pulling the plug early. I think that maybe there's some plug. Oh, he's been here for how long like, I know. But we're talking about this time around like if you're going to tend to him contract and then to throw him out there after a bad spring, and then in the not have any sort of patients, and I can understand a little bit of that. Or maybe also not keeping Missouri co around and then bringing MS Rocco, by the way, he was a guy that was beloved by the staff last year. Jacob degrom in his young year through to Devon mas-. Rocco? Last year a ton. I thought I heard Harris Allen say this morning. I was driving in something like twenty three times last year and his science through the Devon miserable. There is something to be said about that. I don't care what anybody says, I'm not gonna blame d'arno for syndergaards latest outing. No cinnabar's gotta get you know, he's got to get. He's he's got a wake up on almost like he is just lost right down. I'm sure his confidence shot. I guarantee you confidence shot. No matter how much four like he'd like to provide the motto. And also the crap he's got to be second guessing himself right now. Yeah. So I mean, listen the Mets can be criticised for the handling of their backup catcher. But it's the backup catcher. Right. I mean, like, I just stay. Exactly. And it's not like he hadn't been given a million opportunities. Maybe they put him in a tough spot this time around, but it's not like he had a track record where you were going to give Travis d'arno the benefit of the doubt when he was struggling mightily as he was struggling, and I know it's not a lot of money. But for me, it's like sooner or later, you either Hooper get off the pot, right, right? You have opportunity to opportunity after opportunity. I know if I were maybe Travis knows look lead me down imports loot Lucy another month. Let me get my timing back. Let me get whatever I need to back. Right. As opposed to I can with the backup to the show because I belong up there. I'm sick and tired of the entitlement theory. Like, I belong somewhere. You got to earn? It. No, you have to earn your way onto the field. You have to earn your way into the trust. If you will category of both the general manager and the manager. I mean, the last thing Brodie van wagon needs right now is to have somebody that's not carrying their weight. And they continue to lose. It is another part of this story that it's just mind numbing to me. Everybody keeps bringing up. So now, you're gonna waste three and a half million dollars. So three and a half million dollars is going to go to waste because his Travis are no thing. So the Mets who get criticized about money constantly, right? And would keep a guy on a roster just because of that three and eight dollars. Now, all of a sudden, we're going to get criticized for moving on from guy for three and a half million dollars. No, you should be. If you didn't think the guy was gonna work out, and it's gonna cost three and a half million dollars in. They don't care about that. Isn't that a great thing? And as it were saying yesterday about NATO, you know, he actually has a really good batting average down in the minors questions. Yes. He does. So let's go to shawny Piscataway schone. What's? Happening Bloomberg ever what? Feeling picks, and you see that one out of shape athletes that gets representatives country because nobody else will she looks like some guy that's going to enter the lose from Belarus. You know? It's funny did feel like a lose guy. You're a bobsled guy. Look at helmet on this guy. I got him how mature glasses to go. I'm telling you. He's going to be all set up on Sunday. Dominic and Staten Island Dominic. What's happening out guys show? Thank you. What's up a big fan? I was at the Barclays yesterday watching the game had really great seeds center ice. And you know Carolina has to play on this ice to sit on the Senate Sammy, I'm not gonna say that we lost because of the ice. But there's so much talk about not playing the Nassau Coliseum. Not any ready quality looking at the ice in the Martin Lee center Sloan all over the place puck is going all over the place. I mean, it's gotta come down to the quality of the game. Forget the money and all those things like that the ISIS just it was just terrible just watching. Yeah. I said that early this morning Dominic. I pointed it out that the ice is about the, you know, the players on the ice. You know? In other words, you want to have the best possible. Playing conditions to get the best out of the players who. Are highly conditioned athletes, and there is no question in my mind with the amount of guys fallen and trip in and sliding yesterday that it has to do with the ice. The puck was all over the place to also remember, and I said this last week about the hurricanes and the capitals when they were playing each other the capitals, if you look at all their Coursey ratings, that's like the analytics for hockey, they are a very highly possessive team they meaning that that puck stays on their stick a lot. And they pass it a lot and they pass it. Well, and they control the game by their ability to control the puck when they played down in Carolina Coursey numbers would down because the puck was bouncing all over the place because they don't have great ice down there either. So I think that helped the hurricanes when they were playing against the team that possesses the puck, well, and it was written in the Washington Post, one of the I think the the writers who covers the capital's wrote about this particular issue, and I think we saw it yesterday at the Barclay center and the game before and we'll probably. See it down there Wednesday night down in Raleigh is what about game on the Josh Bailey breakaway where the puck was bouncing. And he couldn't get a hold of it. He couldn't elevate the puck and could have been a goal right there. It's like Dominic said to both teams have to play on the crappy ice, but you don't bomb a player. I wanna play in the best possible conditions. I don't worry about the skyboxes, although it is tied to my my salary and all that other stuff and teams usually in the NHL don't make money until they make the playoffs and have the home playoff games. So I understand the financial pressure that that the islanders are under and Barclays is under the play there. But also understand that the players deserve the best possible sheet of ice that they comply on. And I think that's where the Nestle Coliseum far outweighs the Barclay and nobody's gonna say down would've won one game. Or to say, we don't know that. But it just it doesn't look good. When a team swept the penguins now after everybody was complaining about. Moving into Barclays goes to the Barclays and loses two games. And I know that Gary Bettman's all about trying to grow the game. Make as much money for everybody. If the owners make more money than the players are going to make more money, and it's one of the reasons why you'd feel the financial pressure daft the plane the Barclay center or come up with an ill conceived plan to build another building at Belmont. Because of the the the smallness of the Nassau Coliseum. But if I'm a player, I'm ticked off. Man. I wanna play the best sheet of ice. I wanna play where I'm most comfortable where I believe you're going to get the best out of my game. And I don't necessarily know that you could say that about the Barclays center. Do you think that done? No, no, not at all. Not at all. I mean, they gotta go and win to. All right. Just went one really all you gotta do is win one. They get it back. And then when you know, these things go back and forth. They're not gonna get swept know that. We don't want to win. And look it's sometimes it's easier to play in the road believe it or not well, especially when you're getting yo-yoed back into two different building. Right. I mean seriously. So I think they got a bunch of high character players, they'll they'll make this a series you watch. Mark my words, it's the mooning show with Boomer Esiason in Gregg giannotti, boomer and geo. We've got Jerry Recco. Back with us. Who surprised I am still in my skin tight? Viking outfit surprise just as the question. If you were going to keep it on good point is that when you feel good and something and you look good in something. Then you take it off its skin-tight and Biggs is looking good. I'm so glad that you lost fifty pounds. I'm proud of you. It's more than that. Now. It's almost fifty nine fifty nine. What if you don't eat from now until Sunday, then that thing won't be quite a snug? I just went through a stomach virus as you. Well know, well, I mean I have to eat now I didn't eat for days. Just probably you probably lost another five or six pounds. Just from that day exceed cut ten of fifty nine. I got all the way down to sixteen one ninety one put on a couple more pounds, which I started eating over the weekend a little bit, right? Because you can't just starve yourself forever. Right. No. But I I gotta get back on that bike though, because I wasn't days since I've been on a bike feeling good Jerry way up for we're brought to you by winters, others waste systems creating cleaner in green along island or learn more. Visit winters B R O S dot com. This is off the beaten path. But since you mentioned it last hour. Here's this giants draft pick. Ryan Conley over. The weekend. Wisconsin linebacker with his. Phone call from the head coach Pat Shurmur on the congratulatory draft pick and his career about to start right? How's it going? Hey, healthy, your g ready to roll? I am for sure awesome. We're getting ready to put your card, and we're fired up that you're gonna be a member of the New York football giants. So this can be awesome. Thank you. Thank you very much. Crying on the phone. I don't think. So no don't thinks you love it. You healthy actually, coach broke my arm. So undrafted me don't put the card in James Becher got on the phone there after they right? What's up, man? Not much. Congratulations. Thank you where we can't wait to get you here and get your hand in the pilot and get to work, man. Thank you very much. Wow, fired up. And I tell you do come really said get your hands and in a pot. I do think though for these kids, it's such a I don't know. It's an out of body experience that you kind of know you're going to be drafted your because he was what a fourth or fifth round pits the fifth round picks hospitable. He could have gone through the draft. And maybe how to sign as an undrafted right for. Yeah. You know? And then sometimes it's actually to be better in that situation because you could actually get some more money, and then pick the team that may you you may want to go to. So it's got to be surreal like you were just, but some of these other guys are screaming and yelling Brian dreams. Come true. And they finally made is maybe going on it. We're not maybe it's very possible. Not to the giants. But the number that he didn't. Number that he fell to right now. I understand kind of watch Daniel Jones throw interceptions. My career. We stop picking on the kid. That's not fake do feel bad. For those kids sorta why I'm not picking on the kid. I'm just saying I don't feel bad because he's going to sign a enormous melting wrong and in five days of big blue Lewis and blues clueless. And I I don't know. But it's more about Gettleman. They get. You better have certain personality trait the handle it, we're finding we're gonna find out pretty quickly whether or not he has that person be to handle your, right? But at the end of the day, the subject matter is still him. Yeah. Well, he's still got a tremendous opportunity. He's the heir-apparent delight Manning's twenty five million dollars. Did you would say with the exception of a couple of those basketball players that will be drafted? I don't necessarily know that they'll be Duke graduate this year making as much money as he will be. Yeah, it's true. It's absolutely g here said the Vegas has the over under and how many games he plays at seven and a half. Yeah. To me, it's an under. Let's say maybe that maybe you couple that with the Frank conversation. And then Eli not wanting to do the Mike francesa show and a lot of stuff leading up to this seven and a half though. It's gonna play half the season. We've been great draft the guy that high. He's got play. I agree with you lie played, you know, this kid's got to play. But he li- came with a manning manning. I don't you sit them in Kurt. What was going great for Kurt Warner? Let's not forget that they. Use your eyes. He didn't fit the system you could see it. So it was kind of like, let's go. Let's get Eli in this is again feel bad doing this. No offense. But. Stain. You'll Jones Daniel Jones a man. Anyhow. All right. Let's get some gets some other stuff. We'll start with the Yankees. Because this team they just continue to win continue to win a while team that could you can make the case even though Gary Sanchez is back in the one. Oh, there goes up fielded is. Gone. He hid it to the end of the left field bleachers. Oh, wow. It is a two run blast from the same chino. Gary is scary. He is a two run home run that outta go. Four hundred fifty feet and a Yankees. Evan eight. Nothing lead is win win. Enke seventeen eleven now sweeping the weekend in San Francisco. Eleven five the final score their gleyber Torres. Also homered to make it a six nothing game. Luke void a two run single early in the game to make it four. Nothing to Mingo hormone six innings for the win. He's now five and one really amazing job. He is done. Although he kind of lost it a little bit late in this game. But still the area two point five six here's manager Aaron Boone we got good players in that room. And they've all continued to step up and really embrace this thing and Sanchez. You certainly got don't see that pitch. Again Sanchez with the home run. He may drive you crazy defensively. But boy when the bats going he can just flat out hit it. Here's Luke Voight talking about the Homer that Sanchez it that is impressive that far. But that's. I bet you forty do. We know something like that. I was Voight on. Yes. I think it was four thirty five is what they said. Here was Boone the good news with the Anki as they continue to win their seventeen and eleven they remain a game and a half behind Tampa. Who won a couple of games over Boston over the weekend. They continued to play. Well, the problem is you get a guy back incentives, and you continue to lose guys as well. DJ? Lemay, Hugh, one of two we think that's all it is, you know, as xrays we'll MRI on the off day, and he'll see the orthopedist, and that's. But they right, knee inflammation. And then you get geo are shallow is it by a pitch shelhah. Obviously got smoked really good on the hand x rays were negative. And so you hope that it's not that befell him. Go at someone actually yelled at me on Twitter, as you know that the because we're talking about no one heard about the happy fellow to the happy fellow won best musical nine fifty six forty or something. How did you not? No kidding me. I don't know what won best musical last year. By would. I know in nineteen fifty-six. I don't know. Right. Unbelievable to me yet. I was someone's opinion, even come up with a best musical cats. I'm sure to go animus Easter. Well, I think it has to be new. I must have one. Bruce Springsteen today a Broadway show. Yeah. Probably now wicked maybe probably one that wizard of Oz. One alba. With that was mama Mia. Musicals Queen wasn't there one with Queen. That's just the movie or are they on Broadway to gypsy. My fair lady fiddler on the roof as in on the roof. Story. Yeah. That's still going. Well, no it winters winters, Jerry food and win jeopardy. What I try. Yeah. So last year was frozen one. And then mean girls than SpongeBob squarepants outta musical. And that one that one. Yeah. One one best musical. That's right. So I was a SpongeBob squarepants parent of or y'all SpongeBob wanna Tony? It's still out. There did wanna Tony Romo. Maine. Yourself already. Are you stupid? Mitts played brewers again, Sunday, Milwaukee beating degrom and Syndergaard on Friday and Saturday Stephen Mets, though was good for New York a five two victory. Here's Mickey Callaway. His star terrific. He had command of the game. You know, he he settled in. He was cool calm collected and took it seven innings. He's now three and one really interesting because he had that one game in Philly where he did not record an out. What was clear though, is the battery mate and Wilson romo's likes working with. I think it started in spring training and suspend really Z process. He's he's learning really quick spend a lot of fun to work with speaking of catchers Thomas Neto, who's just up after Dr Noah's DFA to pinch to run double in the eighth inning. It was JD Davis. The go ahead RBI single in the seventh. Here's Pete Lonzo talking about those two in particular Davis and Nido also JD added Helvin at bed and neither did a great job. I mean, that's awesome. Mike. To everyone. Did I mean up and down throughout the lineup today? It was it was really good day himself tripled and scored in the first inning. Unfortunately for the Mets. They also have to deal with another injury. This is Robinson can who. Again, got hit in the hand with a pitch. Here is Mickey Callaway xrays looked fine. But just who it is. And where it is. I think we need to make sure that we're doing everything we can and dig deeper digging deeper, let's hope they find nothing with the Mirai tonight. I assume it's an MRI more testing New York for Cincinnati tonight. I four they've got three night games in the noon. Start on Thursday is a brutal turnaround seven ten Wednesday night and twelve ten on Thursday. Zack Wheeler Tanner, Roark on WCBS eighty two the islanders in their playoff game yesterday at Barclay center. So they fall Friday tough game Friday night. They wind up losing was one nothing. They finally lose that game. Then they've got a one nothing lead in the third period going to the third period yesterday afternoon and very quickly that disappeared case. Going on. Right. Quick shot against Robin letter. And they store in Fogel ricin into the upper left corner from the right circle and seventeen seconds in the period. Three. Carolina has tied this game at. Non-agreed goal to be given up Robin Lener made at one one. And then before you could blink next thing. You knew Carolina took the least center point. Now Slavin drops it off Jeremiah from left point based. Goals for the hurricanes and Carolina has a two one lead sixty five seconds into period. Three never go. Chances to Mayfield had an open net. And he couldn't elevate the puck. There was a couple one off the post one right off the crossbar. I mean, it was just Martin et one point blank you're eating. He's had like three or four point planks. Yeah. I use his stick to Evan scored many goals. Either contagious on that have to get a new stick Curtis. Mcelhinney can give me a stick seventeen saves replacing Peter Meraz who left with an injury. He had nine saves on ten shots before he left the game bars L did score for the aisles to series lead. Now for Carolina. Here's Josh Bailey. We just gotta get to game three. Now, we can't let the frustration takeover onto way to frustrate teams throughout the season and playoffs, and we're gonna have to find a way to treat them and take them a little bit. And then they'll have to do it in Raleigh on Wednesday to do a couple of days off, which is interesting because we talked about, you know, with the islanders being often Carolina plan that tough seven game series. They've rolled that momentum right into two wins. Now, they get a little bit of. A break. We'll see what happens in game three on Wednesday night. Also, the avalanche beat the sharks. Four three. You got game. Three blues stars tonight that series tied at one one game in Dallas tonight, NBA play-offs, your favorite announcer, Greg with the warriors and the rockets Golden State down the stretch out of twenty eight seconds. Curry look on the day crossover dribble. Three. That settles it. How about that? Now, all I have is the image of someone on his shoulder talking next to him with the microphone little puppet. Roy and his partner on warriors radio one zero four one one hundred Steph curry struggled for much of this game with his shot. But when they needed him he hits the big three and Golden State takes game one from Houston. Kevin Durant continues. This terrific run. He had thirty five points in this game. Chris Paul was he jetted with four point four to go for picking up a second technical foul. James harden, nine of twenty eight thirty five points does not like the way the game is a -ficiating wants to be fair. He believes there should have been fouls called on closeouts when he was shooting. I think three or four different threes in this game. So reporters would go to Draymond green after heart and made his comments, and they would as green about that. He just wants a fair chance that the wrestling to call the game the wave so most be called. He just wants a fair chance the resting to call the game. The way supposed to be called. He's specifically talking about closing out on three pointers feeling like he got fouled several times. In those situations. I've been fouled drives on James three pointer before. Thank going with them. These days basically saying that hardened kicks his legs out from underneath them forward. And and tries to dupe the referees in the call and the penalty or the foul. He doesn't really really well. And usually gets the call in this game. He did not get any kind of the refs a little bit of credit for not calling it give them more credit than Oakland Houston. But you're right. Yeah. You know, CLYDE Frazier. Do that all the time used to jump into guys? And they would always get the three point play at the line. He was a master at doing that knifing. That's what he's trying to do. But he's trying to do it subtly like kicking his legs out from underneath them into the defender. Who's coming down and the Celtics beat the bucks won twelve ninety kyri Irving big game twenty six and eleven assists. Al Horford twenty points, eleven boards at a couple of bucks of blocks on yacht Kupa to coup. What why why Taku Taku Puto? Who on the hit the Taku? Thank what. Kevin Durant, and Kyrie Irving. Our planner asses off they're gonna look good Nick blue next year, man. A lot of people that'd be great. Both of them. A lot of people have screwed up that Jaanus name. But I don't think anybody is ended it with poop south to coup like, they screw up the unto dako-, right? They screw up that Evans says it weird what he doesn't say poo. Nobody says the coup coup thing at the poop on a Roma behind him on Ruma behind. Management at the boom fan like he's an alien sending messages. We just got the end of the cool. Three weeks. He's daily and we're gonna that the coup. We're just waiting for the Roma behind a signal. Oh there. It is Faxon's the ships. Mended a coup on a fan. On a more. You say the more it's going to get my head. And I'm going to start you out that the coup effect. He goes to. Such a long, aided poo, poo, poo poo poo. Don't boo we might have fat going do and a coup speaks to fast romantic above Cooper on a fat. He I know he hates this. But his the comparison to him, and Chris really is remarkable because as much as Kris knows about baseball my God that he just get Nady butcher names left. And right. Sure Jay knows everything about everything any butchers names left. And right. It's right dirt skew. He just pushes the English language on a fat. Right. He can't say fan ended a Kumho right on a fan the fan on the fan on a fan on a phone who who on a fun but Rome on behind. Phut? Raptor Sixers tonight game one nuggets blazers in Denver. All right. Thank you. Jerry eats the morning show with Boomer Esiason in Gregg giannotti, boomer and geo a man who is the king in the policeman of the bike lanes in New York City for under fan. I am not a free. Relax, fan, mats and everything else. Rooting for Matt. It's kind of a weird thing, Sean, you know, those guys play softball with us Casey Zeke is in Calcutta book. I saw you getting on Casey also on your Instagram. I mean, I mean, what is wrong with you, Elaine? We're talking to Sean eighty on every so people who are not getting used what's up showing how you guys doing good good. You know, my Instagram man, my Instagram is taking on a whole new life. But yesterday, I'm walking down in Tribeca going to the Tribeca film festival. Of course, you are. And this guy just it just now that I'm like active on it. Everything's that gift. This guy just appears with his islander jerseys white sneakers on like a he's a sanitation guy or something Sunday. And who does he run into you? But me, so we have a little exchange, but what's amazing? He took a real bar bat me when he said, I said who's on the back your jersey, and he said, oh, it's a real hockey player. And at the time, I didn't really get it. Yes. And then no my followers. Are like you didn't you? You didn't get out. You didn't hear it? You didn't hear I didn't hear it at the time. Right. So I kind of gave him a pass and said Suzuka says a bomb or a little or something. You can't say that. We're not sorry chick. We're not on your Instagram actually on live radio over the years. Right. Exactly. Yeah. But no, listen, the bike, Lance. I mean, what is going on with you? Or the by monitoring this city by a lot of people think that's dumb idea to have bike lanes in new your city, by the way. I I was in Amsterdam. Yes, you wanna talk about a comfortable life. Yeah. Bikes have their own lanes. They have their own highways that are like above the the road. Everybody yields two bikers not here. People are going to do this is like we're talking about environment. And the the Bronx woman. We don't we don't like they don't even talk whatever she could use her to defend your thinking, we all, but we pay taxes. We're New Yorkers a lot of taxes. We should be able to bike in a bike lane without during for our life. Danny. I know you are like the the hall monitor for the land, which I think I love and I when you start yelling at people. What comes back your way? So it's a very interesting. It's like thick thick about what I did for a living for a long time was in a split second. I make a decision like, okay. We're gonna fight me man owned mono D'amoto. We're gonna fight right? The average person the initial thing what I come holler and screeching to a stop. They are in absolute shock. I they don't know what's going on like it's a hidden camera show, then they quickly realize what I'm talking about. But then there's that moment of like, they see it in my eyes. They're never gonna get out and do anything it's ever gonna turn violent. So some guys will brace themselves, and I'll see them they'll dig their heels down on the ground. And then they'll you know. Will exchange profanity's? And and then you go on your way, which was always sort of my real romantic thought of New York City that that was something you were able to do just screaming each other. Right. That's it. Movies moment in time. And then it's over right? It's sort of fill the void. Because you've always been an agitator you've been someone who's so now that you don't have that on the ice. The sorta is what that was to you. Then I am slowly starting to realize how cathartic and therapeutic it is for me. Because this is my release can just I can get it out. And there's no question that that's the thing with us when we're playing like you need something you fully list. You there's it's it's no coincidence. Guys are getting in trouble. Leave. Well, I wish they weren't ultimately because I could just go on my day freely. But there's some sort of little smile, I get when I leave that that encounter. Like, I did my job. Did you job as far as I'm concerned because you're I enjoy it. I actually I look forward to it right to the point where you were saying last week. Like, I think you said you're on lit today to rock and Roll Hall in bright what's going to be a wild day on my Instagram account. Right. And not only to say that you took it out on islander fans when John Taveras came back. Yeah. I mean, listen, I mean you want off. No. And I was upset I was actually upset like it's takes a lot to get me out of my seat where I'm saying. This is not right. When I saw the video and I saw them throw the jersey out him was at that was my wires crossed. It was like bike lane times a million. I went to my little spot in front of my -partment, which I always that's my spot. I go to it. Now. I'm starting to get blown up because people are waiting there for me. When I go inside. Yes, I go anyways. They through jersey. They were throwing stuff burn to jersey out in the line. And you don't want part of that is is management, and Lou obviously me and Lou have a little bit of a history of she. I know you do Marlboro door and everybody else if they had set the tone, and it was John Varis coming back, and there was going to be a video tribute. And it was going to be a special night that stuff in the parking lot wouldn't happen. And it wouldn't have happened inside the rink. But they didn't do that. And that sort of set the tone of like they were quietly going along with let's torture this guy tonight. Right. And I listen, I I would have taken John Taveras as head off when I played against them. But when I saw that I thought it was I thought could have been handled and then when you saw the guy's screaming at him when he was in the in the penalty box off on that guy that I mean, you know, how many of those idiots I listened to my career like they just have no flow and rhythm. It's more upsetting that you are a bumbling fool. Instead of you didn't. You work on your material at home. You knew you were going to get this opportunity chances are, and then you get on the big moment in the stage. And you've got somebody film and who've set up obviously to film, and you blow it you blow it it was just like a diarrhea rant. Did he think John Vera's who makes three hundred sixty seven thousand dollars every two weeks was going to be rattled by this guy? I mean, you gotta have some something good ready and think about John viruses that he would never ever lost the line. You gotta know who he is. Right. Right. Right. He is your atypical right superstar NHL player who's not going to get himself embroiled in any sort of controversy effort. We'll never say I never heard him say a word, right? And you just was always a professional always led his team. He was always a cabinet. Good example. So your boy John Twitter L has got his Columbus, blue jackets right in a mix of these things. Yeah. How do you think those players are enjoying their time with Johnny t five in? Listen, I it's like, Brad Richards, ISA say the first three years were honeymoon. And then everything kind of went downhill after that I'll quote, the great, Brad Richards. I mean, listen, I they're playing well that goalie made a save the other night that was sick out of control this that he made they got a good team. I don't know if they can. I don't. Boston's I hate Boston. I hate Boston. Boston is that because you're from Toronto or no, I just you know, I don't like they got some players that. I don't like marchant wasn't really like when I was still playing. He was still kinda young and he wasn't making. He was fourth line player. Right. He kind of looked out of like, I'm sure some guys looked at me when I was younger, right? So I didn't get my opportunity to lay up laya Licken autumn. But I wish I had turned into a hell of a player there are pesky team pesky. Jeez. I guess they call them talking to show an Avery on the fancy BS sports network guys. Like, you fascinate me because it just it seems exhausting to you like, it's always the next thing the next encounter, whatever. But yet you need that and you feed off of it. And it's almost like if you didn't have that stuff. You wouldn't be yourself. So do you ever think about like not being you can you ever have a different personality think like when you're sixty years old you still going to be looking for the next oil? There's definitely moments in the week or the month. Maybe there's a handful of times where I say to myself man, is it really worth it. And then it's just a fleeting moment. It's like the wind passing. You just hits hits me in the in the right place. And then something happens, and I snap out of it. And I just put my head down. I go back into like attack mode. But you're a happy person overall. Another party. You're living your dreams fashion guy. You're by the way fashion icon, wearing a denim jacket. I might add crap about my denim, Jack. You're not a fashion. I know. Hangs out with them. Winter staying I mean, you're living the dream. You're in New York City, you doing everything you've ever wanted. But yet still at party. It's like, oh, man. Just get annoyed so easily. I mean because. I am always gonna miss the the grid iron. There's a question of that's headed if style. Absolutely get that anywhere. Yeah. No. I mean. Yeah. I could go to a gym and start boxing. I mean, I don't know. I think boxing is. How about an MA? That's interesting. I see it. I've I mean that Greg hardy. Yes. Yeah. But he'd beat up some tool the other day. I mean, not that I would get into that ring and never get. I wouldn't wanna do that. No. I would never get in the ring with Greg Greg Greg hardy. I mean, he looks just like an animal killer. But. Trust me. There's days where I wish that somebody would get out of this car, then the bike lane, and we would just take our jackets off like men calmly and just just just go out you ever worry about a guy pulling out a gun and shoot, you know, in a crazy way. I feel like if I got shot it would just kind of be like a flesh wound started found soft. Actually doing to your reputation also. And then it could sue the city, right? Can do like any hockey analysis? I know you go on with those guys spitting chiklis. So yeah, I mean, listen this kind of. Because nobody has smart been smart enough to ask me or to figure out where to put you right now. When you hear Mike Milbury do a game. I mean, it is so painful, it's so painful, I want to hear him speak. Okay. Like, and the other funny thing is is that every NHL our generation ten years ago fifteen years ago today, we think Mike Milbury is the biggest buffoon on the on the trying to get you to say that he's he knows. He's just look what he did his record. He's oh God. I a lot like you what he played though. I mean, I don't even know TV's when he actually climbed up into this massive square guard of that. I never did. He was an edgy. Like, oh, he was soft. I I've heard stories that he was saw plays it as if he was pretends like he was a real tough guy. But feel like he believes what he says. That's the key even knows I think he hears. His thing is okay. Somebody just said something on the other side of the desk. So I have to say that complete opposite thing, he's like francesa. I'll just say the complete opposite thing, but all lead into it so much some people are going to believe that it's true. Francis network the network, but it is he works really take it to the Princess studio. Right. And I did one interview. Okay. When I got to the rain when I wish we could find it because I was like, do you know what I asked him? Do you know anything about hockey because he kept talking about the Yankees or something our interview, I was like who is this guy? I just got into New York. I didn't know he was the king of New York pulse. Sports pulse. Sports. Pope self proclaimed. Yeah, anyways. No. You don't want. Nobody's ever asked me. And they've, and I guess they're probably afraid. Yeah. That's what I was going to ask you. I mean is it because if your reputation? I'm gonna go cross. I yeah. Like, then I'm gonna all of a sudden, I'm a lunatic. And I and I don't understand that. I have a job I feel like accent hockey, they'd hire in a heartbeat because every controversy peon somebody some young producer at ESPN would be smart enough like because I am a ratings magnet. I'm seeing my Instagram. If I want today Celik, Mike Francis. This is true today. If I go out for the two hours and do bike lane video. Yes, I'll have fifteen thousand new followers. By calling video priceless. They are awesome. I mean, it's I'm up. It's early. It's nine fifteen. You got me fired up. Yes. Chances are good that I'm gonna get outta here and something's going down. I'm sure that what great Sean, very Icee great, depending on where are AT. That's creating. Here's the deal. I can't yell at UPS guys. Why? Those guys go careless, but they got such an impossible job impossible job. They can park anywhere in New York City. They don't get repercussions UPS pays for it. Okay. They leave their idol in cars, which by the way. I don't know if you saw the New York Post today. Yes, there's a DP the department of environmental protection your city, they have this this whole hidden network that I just found out about where you can you can report citizens air complaint, and you get paid once that person gets ticket. So if you find an an idol in car, New York City, right? You take video you fill out this form, you send it in. And you get twenty five percent of the ticket. Once they take out. The sounds like something right up your alley. Then. Right. I mean, our producer actually narc he knocks on everybody at his condo. He lives. Condo somebody has input like their site. I love I love that love that. So you know, I've got a new revenue stream. It's on it's on what else are you doing other than just like being a pest in New York City. I am struggling New York City actor to audition after auditioning stuff everything I mean, Broadway film and television mostly so, yeah, if if I'm not making bike lane videos on my other try to memorize lines for an audition or. It'd be like your dream job like your dream role of trying to picture you. And what you'd wanna be? Copy just dishes for which is a great part the remaking the right stuff. Yeah. Remember that guy? Sure. Yeah. Great movie ensemble. I need like my Chris Pratt zero dark thirty roll. Yeah. Right. Right. If we're you can just, you know, work your way really bit part. And then all of a sudden you move up to be a big time. Right, right. Yeah. That's kind of I I'm an an artiste acting classes, and I sitting on dishing rooms while some guys beside me melting his his lines like, and he doesn't think that everyone else in the dish room can hear him. What do you think that does to me? Like I want to just pick him up and throw him. Can you? Imagine you use the subway in New York City. Oh, yeah. You do that. You've never run into anything down there. I mean that would just set you off. No, you you have no idea. What happens to me below ground? I mean, I get videos sent to me by people that saw me on the subway. They're on a car, and they saw what just happened right anytime. I see somebody make another person feel uncomfortable on the subway. I will either physically remove them from a car or I will scare them so much that they will get off the car at the next immediate stop. Or if the brave enough they'll they'll go through the subway cars, which I don't normally do because nobody wants to do that. But sometimes it happens like a subway superhero. The subway is, you know, it's it's disgusting. Yeah. Right. Which is worse below ground or above Brownlow? Ground is is is just filth. Phil. I mean, some guy had a hatchet there. Yesterday, the start hatch. I'll tell you one thing though. Selfishly? I've never seen something really go down where I can just like unleash should be a leg. I saw the avengers. Like the hulk like Mike coat is off. And I'm coming to the rescue of somebody. I've never been lucky enough for that to happen. I don't wanna wish that happens because then somebody's obviously been hurt. Right. But a slasher or anything kicking a grandma Bryce. That would have been your spot. Right. It would have been on. Right. Because I, you know, I just I get to do whatever I want, you know, the guy that was kissing kicking the grandmother he was a dishwasher down here at a Tribeca restaurant. Right. It was how does that? What makes somebody do that? And then and then he funny thing the crazy crazy thing he gives the show to the hip hop Instagram right on the way star star. Yeah. That was you know, if he had done that. I was on that subway car, right? The moment that I think like Meighan now get charged for for. That's where it gets a little hairy. Yeah. Like, what am I going to get arrested because I want you to stop killing this guy. Right. Yeah. Exactly. No one's coming in. That's the dangerous thing. But no the subway is wild and New York City, Sean Avery who who's the guy that you played against that. Even after all these years. His name comes up you see his face. And you just you wanted just strangle. There's a guy by the name of Darcy Hornacek. Who he played in Florida that he played in Nashville. He was out of his mind. Like, this guy was you know, I'm not gonna say anything to get myself sued. But he was the type of guy you look into his eyes. And he's so amped up on something that you just don't trust. What's going to come out of his hand? or mouth or stick at any given moment. And now is the guy and he jumped me once in when I was planning for Nashville like he was a he was a heavyweight. I I never fought heavyweights. Let's just be in your lane. Right, right. Like, I'm not an idiot. I'm not punch drunk now. I decided that if I was gonna fight I was gonna take the least amount of punches as possible Darcy Hornacek was a monster. And he scared the living bejesus that. But he was the worst player. Maybe one of the worst players I've ever seen in the NHL. He was just there for one thing. Like, he couldn't even he couldn't stick handle couldn't cross over. It was he was bad. When you think of when you think of your NHL career? I mean, we're was it the most memorable was it here in New York. Yeah. Definitely fans responded to you. And when you left, and then you came back respond to you. I mean, I went to went to a game. I don't know it was one of the last regular season games as first time like I've gone back to a game. And they put me on the Jumbotron and. Yeah, I mean, listen, you know, I. I. Arranger that was just kind of that was it that was it started with Tom Renney, who's the first coach really the kind of just said, let's let this guy go and see what happens. You know, we had Yager and Shanahan which were I think Tom was smart enough to know like we have guys on this team that can police him. And that's what good coaches do. And I think trots does that. I think he's a guy that does now. Now, you know, there's some of these guys the guys that played the game then end up coaching. They're just smarter Brighton. They just get it. You know, of course, the same in every sport. Right. And some guys have a way to connect with players. Another guys have a way of just moving players away, forever reasons. Just probably more personality of can you? Stay for another segment. Yeah. Yeah. We'd love to have you form. Yeah. Great Sean Avery in studio with boomer and GIO here. Coming from the investors Bank studio eats through mooning show with Boomer Esiason in Gregg giannotti, boomer in Geel, ten minutes or so with Sean Avery who is with us in studio. I ask one hockey question. Yeah. I was going. I was going to do that just. Now going to ask him about the guy owners being down to and going back to Carolina what you've seen in this series. If you believe that they still have a good shot to come back and win the microphone. There we go. I think that one thing we're seeing more than ever right now. The parody amongst the the leak you see these teams are filled with guys that are all under the age of twenty eight you can shift a series with one game quickly. And I don't think that there's the intimidation factor of like going into Carolina Carolina's not really a tough building a play. And even with this whole thing that they're doing and they've got the fans, and it's not like going into the call Siham, by the way, that's the other thing. Why are we not talking about the fact that like the islanders just last two games? That aren't we have been we've been. We've been screaming tried to call the Decky bet men and scream it then put like games at the Coliseum and duck and stupid decision. And the team should be like they should go on the road and win two games. Now, just because they're pissed off that they had to play Barclays for the first two. I mean, the Coliseum say what you will about an I've sets a dump it's a dump. But it's there it's there dump and they feel great plain there, and they're close to home. And I said, why do you think do you think that didn't have a factor into Erris leaving and look at look at the situation there, and they're like no Matt's their like are they I think they can go into Carolina and win two games. I just I just do bars. Els gotta get he's got to get going. I mean going player though. Yeah. So did you see the devotees kicked in goal yesterday off the skate? Yeah. How do you kick a goal a puck into the net from behind the net. I mean, well, you can't really do you do with the rule? Do you agree with the way that you could take a look at it here. He actually the puck comes off his skating ref- eat behind the end line. Because because I guess yeah. No. That is a goal. There's no question. It's goal. How do you do it? I don't know. How you do it? They called it. They said noble they said that that's all that's a goal because it's not a forward motion towards the net. It just it's that's the rule, and I don't know what's happening today. If they're getting heat over it, right? Or if it's the refs. Decision under his I owned by the I think they're going by the letter of the law and the wording, I'm like, wait a minute. He didn't kick the puck into the net right back towards the net. Right. And it went off the gold. So he was in the corner, and he kicked it to the front of the net. And it hit a defender. And then went in. Yes. Would they have they probably then would've allowed it because it wasn't. So what the defender, right? But there's no difference between a defender in a goalie. That's what I'm saying. I don't understand how I don't know. Maybe I'm just to know that as a tear that was a terrible call and who's that ref also went back to Toronto. And they reviewed it. I said, no, I don't know who's reviewing George perils. Buddies my God who's who's the worst official whose worth? Boston kid. What's his name? He's a Boston guy. Boston does Boston games. Does he Kelly Sutherland those, no? Oh god. It'll kind of all the referees off off the top of my head. They're not very good. You can see what happens when when the ice starts to shift too much in one teams favor built they'll make they'll make call to. That's not the way it should be. If the teams just thumping team thumping team don't let the other team back in the game because it's too one-sided. So what happened what happened between the Vegas Golden Knights and the San Jose Sharks? At the end of the game where biggest up free nothing a five minute majors handed to to Vegas. So San Jose. Now has a five minute maid penalty four power play goal. I mean, I. Well, it wasn't a penalty for it should have been called anyway. And then so this is the weird thing like a five minute major, you don't need blood. But a four-minute penalty, you need to have blood think about how stupid of a rule that you can get a five minute major stick infraction for no blood. But for four minutes, you have to have blood. So now this ref has the ability to call a five minute major because he thinks that it was a five minute major when it didn't even hit the guy blood, and you've just constant organization. I don't know ten million bucks at an opportunity to win the Cup. Right. All right. I've selfishly thinking just about the money. But when you selfishly thing about the money, that's why the islanders play at the Barclay center. Because they have the the sky suites the bigger they get more fans in there. That's what they thought was going to be more money, right? What they didn't realize nobody goes well for the puff games. They'll go not for the Rayo season. I'm a big advocate of the Nassau 'cause I'm in Nassau County resident right? And I wanted the owners to be there. And I still believe they should be there. And I'm not a big proponent, the new building the Belmont, right? I just like we need another building around here. Who or bike lanes we buildings and more by we need more bike lanes. We need the islanders to stay at the call favorite with these bike lanes. And all the crap the delivery people they go the wrong way on the road. I know how many times have almost been hitting the street New York by delivery person going the wrong way. Yeah. I think I've made my decision with your help today that I'm going to start a Instagram campaign going after grub hub seamless caviar because they don't educate their drivers. It would be like Uber giving you a new GRA and Saint oh, by the way, you don't have to go the right way down the highway. You can go the complete opposite direction. It's fine. So grope hub seamless, caviar. Has a delivery service actually to I'm going to pick one and I'm going to ruin personally ruin their business for the next month in New York until they initiate, some sort of driver education program. That's the kind of advocacy we need, right. And how are you gonna go about ruining their business? Just bad mouth them on. I'll just start attacking just start writing a little bit of a format. My I go after the delivery guys anyways right now, I just have to literally like all tag grub hub or because you can see who who they they have a bag on their shoulder. Right. So just gonna form out a little bit and get it in my mind, kind of work it out and you'll be successful. Absolutely. Listen, anybody now can if you have a voice on. That's the terrible thing about social media. Nobody safe, right? Nobody's saving. You're gonna make sure that they are safe. But for me somebody's almost been hit at least three different times in the last month alone walking out here. And hudson. So there's a bike lane there. Right driver, pulls over to pick me up. Right. So I go out there to get there. So the biker is so ticked off. Right. That he comes around the Uber because to Uber and the cars and the cars, and that guy screaming at me who screaming at the driver who screaming at other drivers and people are Hunkin horns and everything else. I mean, we got a legitimate. No. But you know, what? My my mic cab drivers do if I ever get new attacks. He say to them you see that there's that Park Lane on the other side of the bike lane. Right. Yeah. It's just for emergency vehicles stopped there. Just park the car there. I would understand why you need to. I don't need to get that close. Okay. And it's part of this is on the on the people, and it's their responsibility start policing it. So you know, because you ride a bike bright next time, you're in in your Uber. Just tell the guy to stop in the emergency lane. Right. That's a good point. You know, I will say this though, the next time I see a guy going the wrong way. I'm going to close on. I'm telling you right now. I would love that and your Instagram. Right. You'll blow up I do have screen, but I really don't use it as much as you know, you gotta start or is this crazy. You gotta start live by yours. Now, how many Instagram followers you have? I think is sworn I had one hundred fifty thousand but I mean four weeks ago I had like thirty. Why New York to pursue the acting career and not LA feel like everybody goes to LA too. I think that New York is the hard way. Yeah. And I think that. You know, it's a different type of environment, and it's a different community. Like you hear about the New York acting community. It's like a real thing. You know, it's it's I just think it's more legitimate. I think it's an LA. It's every pretty person that moves to LA to become an actor. Sure. It's not easy to do. It New York. You have to bike. You have to be in the subway. It's grimy it's tough. It's not an easy thing to do. So the authenticity. Yeah. I think that I think that I knew that. This was going to be one of the hardest things I've ever done if not the hardest thing, and I think I like to punish myself. There's some secret satisfaction that I get with doing everything the hard the hard way. What have you been in that you've been proudest of to this point? I just shot a independent movie that actually Drake is as a big into a producer now movie called spree with Joe Kiely, the kid from stranger things stranger things, of course, the guy with the big hair strain. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Good kid, Boston can see you as a cop like cops all the time. You never get picked or no. You know, a lot of the so it's an interesting time in the business. A lot of those smaller. Roles are now going to minorities, which I think it's a great thing. Like, we've had this shift and now the white guy walking into an addition room seven time, it's tough, you know. So I think with me also we're focusing on. Let's be honest. I've the luxury of time a little bit like I don't need to get a paycheck tomorrow. Sure. So that makes a difference. So we're focusing on bigger stuff. And and it's going to break at some point. It was interesting. We do this charity hockey game. We call Mikey strong. We've had it for five years now and the young man Mike Nicholls over New Jersey got hurt playing hockey got thrown into the boards and is paralyzed. We'll we'll chair Brown and he's been so inspirational he loves the game of hockey is giving him so much as usual ranger fan. So we had the game this year, and we're in the locker room, and I got all my other NHL guys in there and Mike comes in and gives like the pre game speech. And I said, Mikey who is your favorite hockey? I don't think he's gonna say Yarmur Yager. Henrik lung with, you know, whoever right, Sean Avery. Just areas could sit at you should see all the guys all the NHL can imagine. Are you kidding? Can I can I call him? Yes. Yes. You might likey says he patterned his game. After the way that you play the game. I love that. He was an edgy player. Much like, Sean Avery was an edgy player. And he absolutely loves you and thinks the world. Oh, that's awesome, Mikey expect. Let's let's link up here, buddy. You got chess. I appreciate you coming into man. Thanks. I will don't hit anybody. I won't use it as evidence against have prophecy. I didn't think I'm showing Avery is Instagram account. If you wanna fall along, I am Sean Avery each mooning show with Boomer Esiason in Gregg giannotti, boomer and geo. Sean every set some good stuff but last hour, Greg had some fun at JJ's expense. John jastremski. After dark and some of the pronunciation issues he has had most recently like if he's an alien sending messages. We just got the end of the cool. Three weeks toys alien, the Kuku. We're just waiting for the Roma behind a signal. Oh, there it is absence and the ships. A coup on a fan. On a more. You say the more it's going to get my head. And I'm going to start you on. It's not that the Kuku effect. He goes to. Such a long, gated, poo, poo, poo poo poo. Going. Do. He might have fat going do and the Kuku to fast romantic above Anthony Cooper on a fat going forever. But there's your moment of all, right? Thanks, jerry.

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Clemson Football Daily: COVID Wreaking Havoc Again

All Into Clemson Football Podcast

05:33 min | 6 d ago

Clemson Football Daily: COVID Wreaking Havoc Again

"This is the all into Clemson football podcast the official unofficial podcast of the Clemson Tigers off. Hey, Google. What is up? Everybody? I'm Riley and it's time for your Clemson football update for Thursday, October 15th. Number one. Hey in case you had forgot and it's still twenty twenty and covid-19 has not yet finished wrecking havoc on this college football season after a significant outbreak among the players and staff. The Florida Gators have postponed their game against LSU, which was scheduled for this Saturday this cancellation comes only a day after Florida Coach Dan Mullen refused to walk back his desire to see the swamp at full capacity for a game. He has since of course backtracked on those statements, Florida isn't the only team affected this week though, Alabama coach, Nick Saban was diagnosed yesterday as well with the virus. Yep. Mussolini was asked about the news after practice last night. And here's what he said best wishes and Dolls go saving and you know, hopefully he's hopefully he he's going to do you know, well, it's probably all in later and cheri's doing good sort of hate to hear that but you know, I'll guarantee he's got a plan and I don't know if it's wife Mysteries got a plaque, you know, but to have him home for awhile actually in the middle of a football season probably be a little unusual but you know, hopefully he'll he'll recover quickly and be able to get back and I you know what he's what he loves and so he's so good at doing as far as rust s yeah absolutely well plan for everything Dabo, of course refused to give any details about his contingency plan earlier this year. But this entire situation is the perfect reminder that it's impossible. It's impossible to get comfortable with this season in situation with so few cases reported for the Clemson team. I mean Tell you what, I even fell into a more relaxed outlook on the virus and college football in general. Let's hope this provides the Tigers to remain Vigilant in following health and safety regulations. Now earlier than a week Trevor Lawrence was asked about what it's like to play during the pandemic and how he's handled the uncertainty of if he or any of his teammates will test positive. I mean, I've gotten to the point now trying not to worry about I mean obviously trying to be responsible on my end and my close Circle just trying to keep that pretty much the same people but and worried about it too much just we're getting tested three times a week and we've got a really good job. Can't remember we haven't got on one hand amount of pastas. We've had in the past couple of months. So we've done a really good job here. I think our teams been really accountable in that way. Let's hope it stays that way number two. Well, it looks like Nick Saban still has Dabo beat in one area money USA Today sports released their head coaching salary numbers and found that Dabo is the third-highest woke. Coach in college football behind only Nick Saban and Ed orgeron, Sweeney's total salary is a humble. 8319755 dollars are full middle behind Sabin now keep in mind that Debo accepted a 1.25 million dollar reduction on his salary this year to help the Clemson athletic department recruit money loss due to the pandemic. The next closest ACC coach is Justin Fuente from Virginia Tech. He's ranked 25th time for a short thirty-second break to hear from our sponsor. Anchor casts. Did you know that anger is the easiest way to make a podcast? Here's why it's 100% free. Plus they give you creation tools that make it easy to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or computer anchor also distributes your podcast to Spotify Apple podcasts and many other podcast apps. And here's the best part you can make money from your podcast. With no minimum listenership, it's everything you need to make a podcast in one place download the free anchor app or go to Anchor FM to get started number three. So it would appear that Desmond Howard is looking for some more attention Desmond told Mike Tannenbaum a former NFL GM that he must have been drunk when he sent out a tweet announcing that Trevor is the best quarterback to come out of college since Andrew Luck Mike Tannenbaum also said that he's better than the last three top picks Joe burrow Kyler Murray & Baker Mayfield Desmond took special offense to the idea took forever is better than Joe burrow telling Tannenbaum that he was crossing the line in that borough is Head and Shoulders above Trevor. He'd also vote for Travis etn for the Heisman above Trevor. Just so you know. Is does das you might want to consider getting a safety for that flamethrower. I didn't realize that Trevor still had so many critics out there, but apparently there's still more to proof granted off. Boro did outplay him in the national championship game last year, but are we not really considering the fact that Trevor was a sophomore in Borough was a grad student transfer driver has obviously take several sets forward this season and we know our boys are going to prove these doubters wrong. All right, that's going to do it for today. Be sure to join us tomorrow as we preview. The Georgia Tech game will also play for you are worthless sound collection and play another rousing round of Clemson and clumps out until then be good out there.

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1032: Is Being Too Frugal Making You Broke? by Jen of Frugal Millennial on How To Spend Money Wisely

Optimal Finance Daily

07:07 min | 10 months ago

1032: Is Being Too Frugal Making You Broke? by Jen of Frugal Millennial on How To Spend Money Wisely

"It's a minimalist Monday. Edition of Optimal Finance Daily episode. Ten thirty two is being to frugal. Making you broke by Gen of Frugal. DASH MILLENNIAL SELENIUM DOT COM and. I'm Dan I'm your host here at optimal finance daily where I read to you every single day from some of the best personal finance blogs on the planet and we always. I'd like to hear from you about the content. You'd like here on the podcast. So he have any topic requests for future shows. You can share those with us by visiting old PODCAST DOT COM that's O.. L. D. The PODCAST DOT COM. And before we get to today's post why settle for seven percent returns from your 401k whether you're inexperienced investor investor or new to the game our friends at the Motley fool want to help you find great stocks. That's why they've created a report on a group of five stock picks for the next next generation of investors and it's free for all optimal finance daily listeners at full dot com slash optimal finance daily. That's F. O.. Oh L. DOT com slash optimal finance daily. And I have that linked in this episode's description for now. Let's get right to the post as we start optimizing. Your life is being to frugal making you broke by Gen of Frugal. DASH MILLENNIAL DOT com. I love being frugal. It's no secret that I'll do slightly crazy extreme things. In the name of frugality I don't like to do things halfway halfway and when I commit to something I go. All in for galaxy is no exception. It's not a surprise. Then that I've been told on more than one occasion that I'm too frugal. This got me thinking. Is it really possible to be too frugal. Generally speaking I think frugality including extreme for galaxy is a great thing but there are several ways as that being to frugal can actually make you broke prioritizing price over quality while I love a good deal as much as the next frugally Sta. The cheapest option isn't always the best choice. This does not mean that you need to overpay or pick the most expensive item. It's important to find a balance between price and quality. So here's an example. When my winter boots were falling apart I was tempted to buy cute and cheap pair of twenty dollar boots? I didn't because I knew they wouldn't last long instead. I bought auden eighty dollars pair of Kula Boro by ugh boots. These are warm sturdy. Hand will last for a long time. Even though I'll be wearing them every day for half of the year I live in Minnesota Soda. I could have bought a two hundred dollar pair of boots but opted against that because I wanted a cheaper option. I choose something expensive enough to be solid quality yet. Cheap enough to still be very affordable. I also used Ebay to earn a little cash back on the boots. ebay's is so easy to use. It's a no brainer avoiding repairs. This one makes me cringe when we postpone necessary repairs where typically avoiding forking over a relatively small amount of money even though that might lead to a huge expense expense later. Cars are a good example of this. My car is nineteen years old so I have to pick my battles with it. I don't get unnecessary repairs but I always get it fixed. When there's a major major issue going on paying five hundred dollars now might suck? But I don't WanNa keep driving in until the problem gets worse and worse and ends up being a two thousand plus dollar repair air. This can happen with home repairs. Well let's say your bathroom doesn't have a ceiling fan instead of installing one. You leave it years later. Your bathroom is covered in mold. And now now you have to spend thousands getting it cleaned up and repaired underestimating expenses. Sticking to a strict budget can be a smart move especially if you're working toward a difficult goal like paying off massive debt that being said it's crucial to make sure your budget is a realistic estimate of your expenses if you're constantly underestimating how much you're going to spend and you go over budget every month. That isn't going to put you in a good spot financially. Keep your budget strict. If you want to but make sure to leave a little wiggle room in case things cost more than you expect scarcity mindset those of us who are super frugal are often motivated by scarcity mindset. This means that you believe there will never be enough. Therefore your thoughts emotions and actions stem from a place of lack. It's difficult to make more money if you believe that you can't remember that our thoughts. What's drive our emotions which caused our actions and ultimately determine the results we get in our lives thoughts lead to feelings lead to actions lead to result? What's this model was created by Brooke Castio of the life coach school? If you believe there will never be enough money that you'll never earn enough. You likely won't take the actions ends. That would be required for you to significantly increase your income like starting a business finding a new job applying for a promotion etc you will instead remain broke this will only reinforce your belief that there will never be enough money conversely if you have an abundance mindset you believe that you will always have enough and then you have the ability to earn more money. You will likely take the steps needed to make this happen. which will improve your financial situation and give you the result you want which is more money? Stop being to frugal. Frugality is a wonderful thing that can open doors for you in ways. You've never even imagined that being said for gallery can be taken too far. If you're doing doing any of the following things you might be hurting your financial situation more than you're helping it buying cheap low-quality stuff that will fall apart and need to be replaced soon avoiding avoiding paying for necessary repairs and potentially paying a huge amount of money later. Underestimating your expenses and going over budget every month or viewing money from scarcity scarcity mindset instead of an abundance mindset. Remember that balance is an important part of a frugal lifestyle. Finding good deals is great. But don't forget about quality also keep in mind that paying some money now might be preferable to working over a huge amount later. So keep being frugal. But don't go overboard Sir Sir. You just listened to the post titled is being to Frugal Making you broke by Gen of Frugal. DASH MILLENNIAL DOT COM now. Are you a Henry that stands for high earner not rich yet. It means that despite earning a six figure income. You're struggling alling to amass any meaningful nest egg. Our friends at the Motley fool can help since nineteen ninety-three they've been providing investment advice helping members. I build the financial future. They envision to Kick Start Your twenty twenty financial goals. They're offering five of their favourite stock picks for free realizing your or a Henry. Remember the not rich yet part you can do it. And the Motley fool can help visit fool dot com slash optimal finance daily. That's F. O.. O. L. DOT com slash optimal finance daily. And I have that linked in this episode's description and that's it for today. Thank you so so much for listening. Hope your week is off to a great start and I'm going to see a back here for the Tuesday show tomorrow where your optimal life awaits.

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#B222 (born to borough hall)

The Dictionary

09:43 min | Last month

#B222 (born to borough hall)

"Hello were nerds welcome to this soothing episode of the dictionary. I'M GONNA speak like this the whole time. But in the last episode I was yawning a lot and I think every time I looked down. which I was doing most of the time I don't know it just made me on. So. Let's try and not make that happen this time. The first word is born B. O., R. N. adjective from. The before the twelfth century, one, a brought forth by or as if by birth one, be synonym is native. Usually used in combination as in American, born, one-seat, deriving or resulting from usually used in combination again as in poverty born crime to a having from birth specified qualities as in a born leader. To be being in specified circumstances from birth as in nobly born also is in born to wealth three destined from or as if from birth as in born to succeed. This is from. Old English Boren or Bhairon, which means to carry and there's more at the word bear. Next. Is Born again two words they hyphen adjective from ADP eighteen, sixty one sorry. Had some guests that came out like a burp one of relating to or being a usually Christian person who has made a renewed or. Commitment faith especially after an intense religious experience never to having returned to or newly adopted an activity. A conviction or a persona especially with a proselytizing zeal how do you say that word proselytizing I thought there was a t h in their proselytize, but maybe not as in a born again. Conservative. This is from the verse in the Bible. That says except a man be born again, he cannot see the Kingdom of God from some letters and numbers. Are Right now we have the word born, but this one has an e at the end. It is the I form past participle of the word bear be our. Second form of born adjective from Circa Fifteen, fifty, nine transported or transmitted by, and that is used in combination as in soil born or airborne. Next is Borneo or Borneo. B. O. R. N. E. O. L. Noun from eighteen seventy six, a crystalline cyclic alcohol C ten, h seventeen o h that occurs in two. And Nam Matry Americ- wet. And then an-and trio Merrick it goes over to the second line. Why is it that the hardest words go over two lines? And Nan trio merrick forms is found essential oils and is used especially in perfumery. This is from the the island of Indonesia called Borneo. Next is bore night. Noun from. Circa eighteen forty seven, a brittle metallic looking mineral that consists of a sulfide of copper. Consists of a read that correctly that consists of a sulfide of copper and iron and is a valuable copper or. This is from German. Let's see. Okay. Yes it is from. Ignacio von born. WHO DIED IN WO 179 not. Oh Oh boy I misread that. died in seventeen, ninety one was an Australian Mineralogy I. and. So They took his name and they made born knit B.. O. R.. And then we changed it with an e at the end for night. I thought that the one in seventeen ninety one was a right bracket, but it is not. All. Right. Next is borough B. O. R. O.. It is a prefix which means Boron as in Boro. Silicate. Next. Is Borough hydride now known from nineteen forty, the an-and be h four of Boron. And it looks like there's a minus sign next to the four but super script I don't know what that means. So the end of Boron and hydrogen that is used especially as a reducing agent and as a source of hydrogen atoms also any of various compounds as of metals containing the borough hydride antion I don't know what an anti on is but I'm sure I read it before. Next is Boron. Noun from eighteen twelve, a try vaillant metal Lloyd element found in nature only in combination and use the specially in glass and. And then it says, see the element table Moronic is an adjective. You just switch the be with an m. and you have something completely different moron. MORONIC. Next is Boron. Carbide, now, from Circa nineteen o nine, a refractory shiny black crystalline compound before see that is one of the hardest known materials and is used especially in abrasives and as a structural reinforcing material. Next is borough silicate or. Silicate it is a noun from eighteen seventeen, one, a silicate containing Boron in the antion and occurring naturally number two synonym is borough silicate glass, which is our next word Noun from nineteen thirty three, a silicate glass that is composed of at least five percent oxide of on and is used especially in heat resistant glassware. Next is borough This is the one that I mentioned a couple of episodes ago B. O. R. O. U. G. H. Noun from. Before the twelfth century one, a medieval fortified group of houses forming a town with special duties and privileges. One be a town or urban constituency in great. Britain, that sends a member to parliament one see an urban area in Great Britain Inc for purposes of self government. To a a municipal corporation proper in some states as New Jersey and Minnesota corresponding to the incorporated town or village of the other states. To be one of the five constituent political divisions of New, York City. Maybe I can find out what those five are and number three a civil division of the state of Alaska corresponding to a county in most other states. This is from Middle English Burg So it's related you know you'll see Burg at the end of a Tau or at the end of a name of a town. In the that means a little a little town, a Burgh. From Middle English, Burg of old English Burg, which means a fortified town akin to the old high German Burg which means fortified place and probably to old English Bjorg, which means hill and there's more at the Barrow. Next is borough English. So yeah, just English after Borough Noun from the fourteenth century, a custom formerly existing in parts of England by which the lands of an into state descended to the youngest son. Okay interstate what is this word? It looks like interstate but they took the are. A custom formerly existing in parts of England by which the lands of an interstate descended to the youngest son. Alright. Borough English and last word is borough hall borough -Bio Oh. No B. O. R. O. U. G. H. and the Word Hall Noun from Nineteen Thirty eight a chief administrative building of a borough. And Yeah. That's all of them. So we had born born again born Bernie oil born night borough borough hydride Boron Boron Carbide borough silicate Brazil glass borough borough English, Borough Hall, I'm GonNa pick borough as the word of the episode So yeah, that's it. we are. At, the end of August we're almost at the very end of August. Now when I'm recording this, I'm in night even the really the middle of August yet. But you know I like to live in the future. Or the past depending on how you look at it. This has been Spencer dispensing information, thank you and goodbye.

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The Beauty of Stepping Outside of Your Comfort Zone- #MyEnglishJourney

The English Journey Podcast

13:50 min | Last month

The Beauty of Stepping Outside of Your Comfort Zone- #MyEnglishJourney

"Welcome back to the English journey podcast where we discuss all things English language related. I'm your host Jasmine from Toronto. Canada. We have a new episode for our Hashtag, my English journey series where English speakers share the journey that they had to go through in order to get to where they are standing today i. hope you guys have been finding the series and these episodes motivational and Inspiring. It's really cool to hear how others have changed their lives because of this language please subscribe to our podcast I. Don't miss any new episodes and feel free to leave us a review if you're loving them in today's episode. I. Chat With Pedro Lady From Portugal, he is actually a member, our glitch community on Lincoln. So if you're active over their search for the Glitch English Learning community and you can send over a request to join. We Post pretty similar images as we do on our instagram, which is at Glitch Schaal. So if you're more active on Lincoln than this group is for you, Pedro is really a go-getter he's only nineteen, yet he has life experiences of someone much older petrol story truly shows us that you need to step outside of your. Comfort Zone and you do need to do things that can be a little bit scary or intimidating if you WANNA. See Success and improvements in your life. Let's get into my chat with Pedro. All Right Hi Pedro at. It's nice to finally chat with you. We've been connected on Lincoln for quite some time Why don't you start off by telling our listeners a little bit more self Minutes a pleasure to be here with you and. Will start to talk a little bit about me. My name is Spitzer lights I am nineteen years in Portuguese and live of course in Portugal, more specifically in portal I grew up in a small Saddam in nervous and I have a happy she'll who in which it was the transition from the oldest to the technology era. So I still went to school playing seek football and stuff with my France without using a cell phone 'cause that I felt that was really joy that we have and end back the days. This moment I am a marketing management students on my way to my senior year. And another thing I can confess to you that I think the still do know is that I recently started the remote internship, but the loan company calls leave Solaar healthcare. Martin. So it's something that I choose to do in order to gain some experience to train my English and one more time leave my comfort zone What globalization is capable to offer me nowadays well, federal that's amazing. Okay. So you're already doing the next tablets were going to get into, but you already are you know immersing yourself in English by like you said, getting out of your comfort zone, which is awesome before we do get into more of your experience abroad and all the cool things you've done, why don't we start by telling you a little bit about you know why did you want to learn English? What made you start learning English? So I always saw that English is the most. Spoken language in the world. So I decided that I wanted to learn the to English to open doors in the future at the professional level and also to be able to direct and learn new golders different people while traveling across different countries right now that's a big reason. So did you feel like It was hard to learn English while you were still. In Portugal of course, it's it is always more difficult to evolve in a country that is native in that language over without technology that we ever this time as the end, we always can improve input English in our daily routine as in different occasions like movies, podcasts of ablation to speak with Barris people from all over the world of course that that things facilitates. Our process of evolving in English, of course, your initiative in Lincoln. You offer as space tool to talk with your community that this also right for us. Yeah. It's true and I like how you said that of course, it's more difficult but doesn't mean that you're doomed. It doesn't mean that there's no options for you. You just need to look for the options, but they're always there. So that was really useful. What about any opportunities in Portugal? Did you have you know whether English internships or any kind of programs that you were able to do while you were still in Portugal? Just I just have the opportunity to study English Institute okay. Word. I was capable. Do learn a little bit more about English coulter the. Evolving the English speaking end where components so and also impartial in our school we always start to English in the beginning of our joining in school. So since we are a little boys with start to interact with other people into Watson, listen things that are in in these beautiful language. So we are like A. Lucky to have this kind of options in Portugal tools to evolve. Our studying was definitely is false especially when you're getting exposed to language at a young age right that helps you and helps her brand develop. Okay. Let's get into the fun stuff 'cause. I'm really curious to hear about this. So I know that you have studied abroad and you've actually done a couple things. So why don't you start by telling us some of your experiences learning English abroad? So the greatest experience I have were without a doubt, the wound during in Cambodia in the one month birth of work in the United States in which to interact daily in English with several people. Are Wherever it was in Cambodia that developed the most because I, add to teach the basics of English two different children will go barely speak the language in this forced me to find a different way of expressing myself and also to learn things that I thought that IRA already knew. So it was really amazing to have the opportunity to interact with. Different people, and even in my team I had people from South Africa from Austrailia from United States. Of France. Portugal. So it was also good to learn new cultures. New Topics of the day. In English. So it was yeah, you are able to network to so it wasn't just learning the language but also meeting New People, which hopefully opens doors or even just helps you whenever you go back to those places you will know someone in that country. Now. It's always good. That's awesome. So This is going to be more of a vague question but. And everybody has their own answer to this. So there's no right or wrong but for you in your opinion, what are you really like what what does it mean to step out of your comfort zone? What does that mean to you? So, clearly I've lived that when we go out for our zone, we are obligated to find a way to express ourselves in big ourselves understood. While if not, we'll have one people. Surround us to do it for us so. When I travel the loan to other parts of the world that what's what's really happened I add to deal with Boro Kasese at the airport and broke Kasese in the congress like the insurance cases. The visa spots so it's it may with different languages language than mine. So it was a good opportunity to find a new things to deal with these beautiful language. While you know how you said You taught in Cambodia wasn't that a challenge for you because I'm sure that was a huge stepping out of your comfort zone because you had to teach language that is not even your native tongue. So tell me like how did you become more confident through that experience? So in that experience it's all started when I stepped out from the airport, it was like a shocker great goal throw strong for me so I. Just when I arrived there I felt like. I am going to do this so. changed my life in my mindset and in also in school wearing the beginning was less confident and I was not like I. I thought that I wasn't capable to talk someone in English and to express me in English but then I started to gain a Rhodesian started to get motivated for also for other. Teachers. And that gave me the ability to evolve as person professional. Also do be big able to give more more interactive blesses in better classes for my Susan Stewart. And you know I actually think because in my experience I teach French also and front is obviously not my native tongue and I feel like when you are teaching language that is not your native tongue, it actually helps you get into the minds of your students. It helps you feel what they're feeling because you know that they need to learn unique ways you try to make things more interesting and exciting I. Feel like it gives you an edge. You actually become a better teacher. Dear, agree. actually agree with that and when you are trying to to teach the language that is not yours to other people, you'll always sinking other ways to press language for other people because sometimes you have to fill it, facilitate their learning though that on the fan. So it we always have to find a way for. Agree, it helps you actually think outside of the box. So that's cool. Alright. So what about any advice? Do you have some advice for other people who are kind of like you right now they really like the English language and they want to learn at. Now you know with the pandemic and all out they can't really leave their country. So what advice do you have for English learners who are living in non English speaking countries? Don't be ashamed don't don't have fear to file. Don't think in the other opinions like me what I am doing at this moment with Jasmine I, don't think I ever. Really good level of English, but I took this this challenge with Jasmine And, I always tried to English in your always started to put your English daily life weather informants of a guest of reading feel more study. It's it doesn't matter just put the English in in your in our daily basis and tried to immerse in this language. This is always done consistency in the more we both English into our lives more we will that's surveys that sound true and honestly federal what you said is amazing because you just by doing this podcast are completely stepping outside of your comfort zone. So proud of you for doing that and thank you for sharing your story. Thank you Jasmine was a pleasure to veer and for you wireless thing anyone as any question you can contact me through lengthy. My name is special late and also tried to to interact in the community that jasmine is great for us. So we always be there everyday. So try to derives live your comfort zone and learned these beautiful language I. Love that. Okay. So guys I will put Pedroza social links, his Lincoln in the episode description box. So you guys can connect with him and as he mentioned, I will also put Arlington Group in the description because we're always looking for people who are more active and willing to communicate and talk because that's the best way to learn right to try. And talk with other people. So thanks again, and if you do WANNA share your own journey with learning the English language. Be Sure to head over to our website, which is glitch dot me, and you can click on the podcast page and there is going to be a form at the bottom of that page. So it's really great speaking practice you. Know just to help you get out of your comfort zone as Pedro did and share your story with a wider audience I've said this many times but even if English is not your first language and you're not perfect, that's okay. Because none of us are all right. That's all we've got for this episode comeback next week for a new on by.

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Ep. 2 Shaq Smith, Maryland Linebacker

Players Talk Live!

21:35 min | 2 months ago

Ep. 2 Shaq Smith, Maryland Linebacker

"The Network, this is the players talk live blocked hands a show dedicated to the next generation student athletes. Your are your hopes, Chad, Allen, Tommy Paulie and Eric. Live cast on the Bro Network where he's foam facing authentic incentive around. The next generation of student athletes using four pillars, coaching mentoring, developing and influencing. I'm your host Ted Allen, and I'm doing my co host and former NFL player Tommy Holly and Eric King and today on athlete voices matter where special guest goes by the name of shock with his rashawn. Shack. Smith University of Maryland's linebacker fifth year we also notice shack will be potentially graduating with a business masters degree in entrepreneurship in November. So again, we want to welcome you to the show today shack in We look forward to a some real authentic conversation going forward man I. Tell You so welcome. Thank you. Thank you. Glad being. Manage it's been a while I tell you. We have a history where we go back man It's funny because you're at the University of Maryland and as life is right out full circle life can be sometimes. I remember you getting your first offer. From, the University of Maryland as an eighth grader going into your ninth grade, you haven't even stepped in calver whole. And your eighth and I know you were nervous. You head your big Bro. Mental. Adviser coach Robinson was down with the New Orleans, saints and. I met you guys out there and you were going through a drill and nerves and different things and I remember grabbing you just do what you look. Stop playing to do what you know how to get fans. Get you look you know how long come out there. And before you know it man, they pulled you to the side and was like Nah Bro Right. Right. We'll see no more you got to offer and I know that change your life in the sense of man it gave you confidence right so you went into high school as a freshman unit up your year, and it really propelled you to a great career in high school where you ended up playing for IMG. One of the nation's best programs you end up being a five star kid played in. New, was you a all American game and again man you just set yourself up to be in a great position for life where you're now working potentially about to finish your second degree. So again and I've seen the journey I I, know how hard has been for you so I like to just say Kudos to you and Again, welcome to the show man anything you'd like to say. Nah Matt thank you much appreciated in. Deaf remember those those days back far retired romantic. Wasn't things like that. Each of you know you Kinda put him. You know as it is a young kid growing up you know not having the coo coo in the world what I was doing man definitely helped me a lot. No guests, thanks when you give me up meet. You're the big Bro Coach polly man he's been like that linebacker. Growth as is still alive until you we all from Baltimore that's Great. Because we have king on the West. Coast Barrick King is a Baltimore Guy with mcdonagh. We joked gobin show. Guy Game. Gained quick. Discreetly on. The street. And that's what was saying France I, know we talked about I g but the legendary now, Saint Francis National powerhouses well shack started there before you went to it sack was the catalyst that Kinda was part of the first. Class of student athletes to make Saint Francis women in cody, Riley was the defense a coordinated time assistant head coach show just to give a little backdrop today. But yeah, Eric go ahead and jump right in from. from mcdonagh May. A graduate of mcdonagh when I graduated mcdonagh I ended up taking a post Grad year at the hill. School in Moscow Pennsylvania. Where I had developed physically and developmentally on not only that I was qualified being a key for Baltimore. You made that jump leaving leaving Baltimore to see a Baltimore leaving for IMG that was a big move especially for kid like you during that time how did that affect you an engine and how did it prepare you for adverse situations? They gotTA DEAL WITH WITH TODAY'S Most definitely No No. Just, I while back to you know. Like uncle Chad said when I was at Saint Francis Anybody knows you know Saint Francis Saint Francis. School. You know where I'm still to this day when I was dating he was schooled at everybody on as you know, we didn't have a lot and we kind of made where we have and. That, you know being there. You know for the time I was there you know what we share and a football team notable Roshan same Rome. As you know, the best football team match without a fit, you know how many shorter pads and you know pleasing everything and to know a cutting basically and just the things we had to do walk two blocks to practice, and you know having the fire is some time to two games and stuff like that, and basically the diversity noted that Kinda with you there. Is Kinda. Feel like maybe you know who I am today and you know with that, it was just. Haven't haven't come from a situation like that and Saint Francis when I got I, am g a school where you know you. Got It all at the Famed that the best that the best it kind of made me appreciate everything I had much more much more than everybody else around everybody else around me always wonder you know why was doing the things that I was doing those getting up at five am born to the weight room in lifted I know how to more. So so I'm hearing that Baltimore Grit that fire effect that you had. Did it like that you were able to take that to US place like img in internal got all these things using disposal, but I still got that frame. Would have had is Agni right. Zach. and. You know just just having having that and you know being able to have those those you know assets. You know right at my fingertips being able to Lardo things about those are the. Folks set me apart while I. was I N G in having my said Richard just talked about is kind of what kept me Australia while I was there I wasn't so much right about no staring off on her own bad. Just because I know where I came from nothing to didn't you know but just the situation where I came from not I noted at. National back to. So someday I'm here for reasons Chad. Tommy so Jumping ed where you are. We came from humble beginnings. You know the main Baltimore streets in Somebody Acting Code I G do good things. Bank comes in graduate now as mad about against Brexit Big stuff and that's exactly that we want or you know I other. Athletes fine to be like his right. So always look at in that aspect in football. No no data come, but my is talk to you about. Miss Family you're going to be. I know you in the bubble was dow process like that. So I've been in now this week to now and. I'll being here probably basically for the rest of his on saw the August I've being here. and. you know. I I kind I kind of catch myself because he's two ways you can look at you know the first way you look at it is you know we locked we locked away. Here we go again lot Dan during all of this stuff our be around these dues char. Along go home i WanNa do is nonsense all you can get in the mindset of you know. I haven't been around these guys since you know what I'm saying Jay word this team right here we have only thing we've done is you lift weights together? Runaround Indoor together New Freshman coming in and this this can be a trash in our I grow. You know as a team off the sale of getting no one another and once you get somebody you know you brought out audits I get not downplaying I know historian no, his wife kind of makes you wanna go just that much harder for in other words review man I'm not saying say that I have a May everything I'm happy. Days that I'm not revert back to the old. a man with a bunch of guys notice freshman just came in as new idea. What Join joined about on north can force margin to those guys. Can you know get around not Mason getting rid of it? You know were closely so The mice that I have no day in day out. From nursery baked the. I mean that's that's stuff where they need soda. Right. So, you know you know coach let them young guys you never know might go out on the season young guy might come and. Some big moments you know for you. So that's always a big thing there but. So the big soda so testing did they test yard and all that when you came back I was testing is everybody clear now it doesn't the bubble. Everybody. Else in the bubble is clear and we've been tested and we get tested every Monday I'll my just got my is morning you'll every Monday you everybody is a ladder to sly when they go into make gotta get testing Rochester's come back in like three days or so. So by last we all know. Sit for the last two last to test me that. As a negative. We haven't had any positives in You know we did have some others when we first came back from from for July breaks and they had a routine in place for those guys those guys will kind of place. Thank you know they're all sort of bubble. You know what they were isolated Nevada sales in. Taking care those guys food for them and for the most part you know everything I've heard of those guys that was day they said original pretty chill wasn't nine too much so. No just. Everyday thing on religious dance station you don't actually taking those proper costs. Locked electing the hotel with security Iraq House passed down look like well, if I try to sneak out they, they got all cameras everywhere with with. So. So the hotel own security and Our team got security. For those them, it's like it's like it's like boom. Boom security night for. that. They don't guy to wear nobody can come in. You know they always say know. Can Come see you just got to be in the lobby down nobody come in our rooms and things of that nature but we didn't already have incident since scenarios guys, they'll Cardi sub charged. Coached a made man examples of guys you you're saying already. So we have them with that. You know saying we really had no no our you know what I'm saying that. ochre man hey. I know how they try to keep a symbol we were trying to seek out nightfall chapter. We have. Plans Hey. Kelsey, but he definitely stayed out man. Say Man I'm SORTA guys. He stayed out like some other guys they stay right beside is goes like it shows ranking a team. So so many guys stayed out past curfew co balancing. Sebastian Janikowski stayed out. He told him into national rules for him. We spent him. He got run. And play to kick a field goal I. Mean. So Hey, so I'm as you. Do you are you? Nervous about playing his me the twenty one year old, twenty two. Praying how hey Forty to me you. Know maybe I got a of sense but you know finally come to forty two year old we still there too. But how you feel about. Well player right now about you know. The possibility is definitely you know what I'm saying. Things to look at, you know when you look at it, but for me personally in a position that I'm in. Is. My last year you know and I need this year on these issues. and. where I'm trying to go I'm trying to undermine frame of I'm willing to do whatever it takes. To get where I'm trying to go. So yes. Is definitely some some concerns with it. You know I definitely felt like you know in the debate sang are doesn't moves to a big ten always schedule and the reason that they've done that no less for the the precautionary measures that you know that they take you right now again. We once we move into the season we brought a twice a week and you know you gotta be Negative on on both days. So I definitely feel like you know the the big ten officials and you know those those guys who are handle that are are definitely doing his best to keep us. You know keep by saying I know I'm doing my car and you know with that being said, as you monitor the focus off, you know what lie in Malaysia you're being said, I'm locked in and I'm ready to cook. Oh Yeah. Yeah. Man This. Scene Yeah I play the fiftieth same too so is you know it's a little different. You know you gotta get. You know it's the end in a row. You know. All the years that are playing football could possibility could possibly come to an end. You could go the way. So it plus you WanNa have you wanna out with good memories and? And get thoughts in one of the impression about you know not only. Academics but also. You know plays by. Than S go Taylor I want to touch them or stop no Tommy because you hit on some things in reference to Being knowledgeable of what's gone off or help but also understanding that you can use this time to get better momentum. So I know the victim has i. used to call Um. It's a meditation happened in my APP. They've made it available to all student athletes integrate team. What is your preparation you to play this big gains two national championships countless big games just. For the Non Conference, how would you preparing for this season in? What would you? For student athletes far as their goal setting or even visualization prior to a major contests like how you getting ready you. Yeah. Most definitely for me. You know. What what it all goes back to for me a and what I start with as is a mindset you know it's only unbelievable. You know if you don't believe it and you know you can do it. Have you set out to do so start with that mindset. You know when I move into situations where you're not going into big game while I'm going into, you know the biggest play. Of the game rare. What? I feel like what separates me and you know what I do is. I take myself to those places in practice we have practice you know. Okay this this is the beginning when he played a national championship. Okay. This is this is the plane that's going to take us to the play Offs Ours Losers Boro. Season Sergio. I. Put my I put myself in those places and you know when I'm in practice and you know I I've rerun those page every after has over every night not rerun and you know this is what I gotTa do this line this my sandwich, and when I get into that moment is just like another play you know when I'm there is the big light saying you know the the the the fans none of that phase me because I've already mark got a tunnel vision. This already had no I'm past this point right here, and that's kind of what you know where I go to every time to kind of take me to that place. Tonight is also you read areas and everything that I do it comes from that you know that this. About the show right now we got we got A. was to national championships user I. Got One. So. Let's three national territory but you got me as. Opposed to be the guy with the grains. Now. You've got. But. We've got three Nash who time to on my show. As big numbers, right. So Baltimore. Would Play Oklahoma. I don't I don't have a national, but I got a BCS orange bowl a record setting on. So we've. got a couple of I got a couple of secondary to, but we don't. got. To. Hey. Where we come from everything. All enough. All Until you give all nothing, this year man as we wrap up, is there anything you want to say to us ask us or say to the people? Again where they can find you again, you number five linebacker for Maryland. The Maryland Turks in the big ten whether you're socio any. What are your last moments or or settled on? Staff wasn't asking these are. Probably the most on instagram the my instagram at his team shack one where But just just for the younger generation rules watching those ns coming after me no matter if you ask will school a freshman hassle are you a freshman in God this time? Is GonNa come and go and you're going to hear a lot of people say but me being a situation I'm right now. Just looking back it feels like just yesterday. I was no he's a plan that friends has just playing that. You know what I'm saying, my freshman year Clemson just welcome in not came back. From the first. Already there. So many the time is GonNa come and go and what you do at that time you know can ask set you up for the rest of your life united. No forget when I ray I made my decision that I was born to Clemson somebody that's real close to me a motel this. This'll be a four year decision or forty decision and edgy when everybody had gone to have that mindset because you going for four years or five years you know you wanNA leave you know. You know forty years of knowledge and connections and. Setup. Man Just go to college half fun. Make sure the best on the allies because he will eat. It out of college united saying what what colleges for going on you get a great education you you make the connections over lifetime and you build bridges with people you know that you never WanNa vary. So you know at any situation that comes to your life you can always. Ready was necessary while man check US outside. Well, Sarah Grow. These Baltimore. In a building. Come on. Tell you. I'll tell you if anything shot. We want we want to end on that. No Man because was a powerful message and against to the young student knowing that. Here's a guy that's an NFL prospect in Japan for his last year and talent he also believes in academic. Liza. And networking and having a few. Definitions dog broke his you're GONNA go something. Personal. Career athletically IT professionals. Yourself Thank you for joining today's episode Talk Live. Again, I'm your host Ted Allen. Tommy policy now, very keen. To find find a place called live. Your food as well as podcast again. Talk, wlob athlete men.

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Hour 2 - (02-25-20)

The Dan Patrick Show

44:56 min | 8 months ago

Hour 2 - (02-25-20)

"Thank you for listening to this. Podcast one production now available on spotify apple podcasts. Podcast one dot com in anywhere else. You get your podcasts. Be doing believe -able tightening. So we waited. Do this stuff really to Robert. Ready to roll reading. V free to hop bachman exclusively available at Apple. Podcasts and podcast won't broadcasting from the Mercedes men K. Jimmy. Kimmel believe that Koby right now is looking down from heaven and going. I am determined to learn to play Moonlight Sonata. Better than a leash aquis. This is the Dan Patrick. Show our two on this Tuesday dan in the Dan. Patrick Show Still Dan it down. We have the curtain down over. Fritzy's desks fritzy's out once again today. We hope that he's back tomorrow. Not sure of Seton. Could you help us? What would it sound like if Fritzy was here today poor guy it sounds like a seal seal in distress? How you feeling fight? Got Off Mitral. All right. It was it was like a wide range of emotions yesterday watching the Kobe. Tribute and I've I was glad that there was some humor in there because it started to feel a little. Bit a roast. You know there were some you know beautiful words that were broadcast certainly by Vanessa. And but you know shack there Gino Auriemma. I like the fact that it wasn't just about Kobe and a basketball player. It was really about his daughter being a basketball player. Diana terrific was there. Sabrina nephew that of Oregon. Who is the best basketball player in college basketball right now and you know Diana Tarazi like that was what was special about it because people have said great things about Kobe and rightfully so but this was about her daughter his daughter and what she could have been what people thought of her and? I thought that that was really well done Vanessa. Bryant was spectacular. I mean talk about having courage whenever you have. Whatever she had it was just it was genuine. And you know it's understandable emotion that you're watching up there in how she got through that. I have no idea and then check you know. Thank God because I'm watching and I'm crying and I'm gone. Can SOMEBODY GET UP THERE? And Tell me a joke. Just somebody make the building laugh and then Shaquille O'Neal came to the rescue today. Kobe gain my respect. Was Guys. Were complaining so shy. Kobe's not pets awesome. I'll talk to Kobe. There's no iron teams Kobe's on mobile. There's an emmy so we're burgum too. Big Show was just give the Rubio. It was wonderful. I was just a chance to exile. That's really what I was hoping for but it was really well done and the people who came you know so many came out who didn't speak like that was what was amazing. Is You just started to look around the room and you saw everybody there? Who was just. They're showing their respect for coby and his daughter and the other seven people who died in a helicopter crash but well done pretty pretty spectacular and then there was the moment with Michael Jordan. Mike is and I said this. Line Star. He's he's become like Babe Ruth he's larger than life. He's you know he's you know he's the Nike Guy. He's he never lost. You don't hear from him. He's sort of a recluse there's a mythological field of Michael Jordan and I thought Michael Jordan became just Mike Jordan. He just became somebody who is human yesterday and had the same emotions as everybody else and then he gave a little levity talking about crying now he's got me. I'll have to look at another crime. Mean for the Knicks. Told MY WIFE I. We're going to do this because I didn't want to see that for the next three or four years. That is what Kobe Bryant does to me. I'm pretty sure an ESA and his friends all say the same thing. He knows how to get to you in a way that affects you personally. Even though he he's being a pain in the ass but he always you ever since love for him in the way that he can bring out the best in you. He said that Kobe would texting late at night. I mean Kobe was gatherer. He just an eye when he passed away. I told you that Monday. The one word that would stand out with Kobe Bryant. If you said give me one word to describe him and I would say curious. He was so curious to learn and if he didn't know he was he was okay with asking in basketball or business even being a father even being a coach. I keep asking Geno Auriemma. How do I coach my daughter? He's asking Michael Jordan. He's stealing the step back from Reggie Miller. He wanted to go into film. He wanted to have books like he was just curious and he would text Jordan late at night because he was curious. George goes I'm retired man but it was. That was a nice nice tribute yesterday. Yeah Paul Yeah Jordan. Talked about it a few times how Kobe would text him. Ask Him random questions about everything and Jordan. Said he goes it actually later. I realized this is good for me too. Because there's not many people I can talk to. Who are kind of you know? Shared Experience Jordan. Trying to say like he's a world class athlete the World Most world-class and he and Kobe would talk about stuff. And Michael could actually have someone to speak to about the similar pass. Maybe was It was just the right mixture there of the you know had the tribute. We had kind words. You had emotion but you had a little bit of humor there and a little bit of a roast mclovin. What does the poll question? We're going to go within the second hour. Okay so the first hour was if you're a participant and the combine would you do the drills and sixty four percent said? Yes yeah apprise me because most people are against those drills these days what Prime Chase Young Joe Borough then it doesn't matter lot of reports a Lotta first round prospects not doing the drills this year. Well our audience might be saying that because they want to see this. We watched the combine. And you want to see the players that you know you're going to be seeing a lot of players you probably. Aren't that familiar with. Who were going to be doing these drills. If I'm Joe Borough I say look on my pro day come to my pro day. He did meet with the media today earlier about an hour ago and he was asking a couple of questions about basically. Do you want to go play for the Cincinnati? Bengals here's Joe Borough for them not to not play ball go show. I'm not going to not play and I'm GONNA play forever. Picks me once again. Not a ringing. Endorsement for playing with the bengals wanting to go to the bengals. If I told you how I would answer this if I'm going to be vague. I can be vague because he has been vague but if I truly want to go to the bengals and it feels like they want me then I just say look I hope the Bengals pick me because I want to go number one and I want to get that team back to a super bowl then then all of this goes away like the media can't go any kind of being vague there or is parents can't go. You guys are making too much out of this here with then that puts that to rest. He hasn't put this to rest and I don't think he wants to hear is Joe Borough Once again talking about does he want to go to Cincinnati concern level of in terms of where you go and how that actually shapes the future introduction trajectory of your entire career. Yeah no I think. With any quarterback food is really important. But you don't have a lot saying that the draft picks you takes you. You gotta go play So I'm I'm going to try to make whoever takes me at work. I think that my still said is diverse fit in a lot of different keep soft enough. Try to as best I can for okay but is anybody. Has Anybody asked Joe Borough? Have you heard from the bengals? And if you haven't heard from the bengals how concerning is that to you. I catch a fair question to him because maybe Cincinnati is looking at. Does anybody WANNA go up and get yo Bro. Because the bengals aren't saying anything I mean we ask every week. Mike Brown WanNA come on. No I'll call you next week. We just curious if that's who you want then pro proclaim your love for Joe Borough and then now i. Here's what I was told a couple years ago was the last year the year before it's that the NFL was suggesting that player is not announced who they were going to take prior to that? They wanted the suspense of you know. Don't don't commit to anybody. This is a TV. Show the draft and we WANNA make sure that we have suspense there where you're not quite sure but you think you are. I don't know if the bengals have been told. Hey if you wanna take Joe Borough great but let's not announce it let's still create some excitement. Here let's create a little bit of drama here because there really isn't when you think about Joe Borough to the bengals and the bengals Deck Select Uber. But that was what I was told whether it was last year the year before this from Ian Rapoport looks like the Carolina Panthers for the being are staying with Cam Newton as their quarterback so that was Last hour that Ian rapoport reported that. Let me see if there's anything else I mentioned Joe Borough and Monday was a tough day for Joe Borough fans because the Lsu quarterback made headlines at the scouting combine his hands measure to just nine inches. Apparently that's not ideal imagine. If he had bigger hands how many touchdown passes he would have thrown at Lsu. Maybe a hundred but he did throw for five touchdowns and four hundred sixty three yards in the title game. How about the Oklahoma Game when he threw for seven touchdowns almost five hundred yards? I think he did that. In the first half on the FLIPSIDE UTAH. State's Jordan loves hands measured ten and a half inches. He threw for twenty touchdowns and seventeen interceptions. Joe Burrow through for sixty and six picks but love has hands and he is shooting up the mock draft. Here he comes. He's about same size. I believe is Joe Boro. Boro tweeted last night. He is considering retiring because of his tiny hands He said. Please pray for me. Joe Boroughs laughing yesterday's headlines down and good for him I thought it was really funny So what poll question. We're GONNA go with me. I want to do that. Tom Brady question you raise at the end the last hour. If you're the Oakland raiders. Would you offer Tom Brady three years? Which would I guess? Put Him to forty five at ninety million. Yes yes do you think there are people out there who think that a foolhardy investment. Yeah but the raiders are moving into a new stadium. I think you have to offer Brady three years to get him away from New England because if now all of a sudden England then has to go up to two year deal they have to guarantee two years and I think Brady would be happy not I have no inside information but I think if you said we're going to guarantee two years and we're GONNA pay you sixty two million dollars if I'm I still have a great coach and I have a playoff team. I'm still playing in a shady division crappy division if I go to the raiders. I'm still playing against a charger team. That might figure it out and the defending super bowl champs so you gotta factor that into. Brady's goal is to win one more super bowl. Where where's the best chance to win the super bowl in the next two years? Now with the raiders. Maybe with the chargers but certainly with the Patriots. I know we're trying to shoehorn. Brady to the cowboys. But that's just for trolls. Because I if the cowboys I tagged Dak Prescott for the next two years and then I move on with this story because Jerry Jones can just say to Dak Prescott agent you guys are doing. Your Business and I'm doing my business and this is what I think is the best for us if you're not going to help us out with the salary cap in what your salary is going to be because there is more value being the cowboys quarterback you know this is a time-tested. Go back to Roger Starbuck. Dan Meredith. Tony Romo Troy Aikman. You play quarterback for the cowboys and you succeed. You're going to be getting a lot of money off the field as well there is. There's you know some clout in that being the cowboys quarterback not that that if I'm Dak Prescott. Jj I go. Yeah I know but I have to be successful so pay us. What we think is going to be worth and he was. GonNa want thirty five million dollars a year as wonder if Tom Brady is conscious of the idea of going to a new team and looking old risen the patriots system. It's sort of you could say that it's elongating his career and just because they get rid of the ball so fast and all of those things but he could very. Well go to the raiders and take ninety million dollars and just look super old. And that's not probably the image that he wants to go out on. Do you think that the game plan the style of the Patriots Allows Brady to look old and then we don't realize it because he's look this way for a long time and it's the same uniform? No yeah it sort of camouflages though. Yeah sure kelps it actually helps them look younger not older if he wears the silver and black black is thinning so he might look thinner. Vegas is full of middle middle aged guys rolling in there with a lot of money. Walking out in tatters. True religions on dazzles dazzled moons. But I think Brady's GonNa know here because Patriots WanNa know before. Free Agency hits. But you're going to have you know serious talks here and I'm getting the feeling I'm getting. His Patriots are probably this. Is Bella checks decision where he's GonNa go about one on year an option year team option here in a Brady's GonNa go? I can't hear you coach. What did it sound like you said a one and then a team option? That's exactly what we said. Yeah I don't think that's going to work and I think I'm going to take my talents to Vegas here. I saw an article in Boston recently. That said the money won't matter to Brady. This is just speculation because his wife has so much and HE S. Oh my silly I look back. He's never been amongst the highest paid players that position because he always scatters his money all over so he's never been the highest paid declared the highest paid quarterback. I wonder if a guy like him says you know for the next two years. I'm going to be the highest paid one time in my career. You're GONNA pay me. It's like with Michael Jordan. It didn't matter the money because he wanted. He knew his brand was going to be bigger. If he won championships he was GonNa make more money off the court but then at the very end Jordan said hey I wanna be paid. I'm the Most Valuable Player in the game. I want to be paid thirty million dollars a year and they eventually did that and I wonder could. They have kept team together. If Mike Wasn't asking for thirty million dollars would would jerry reinsdorf Jerry. Krause go you. Don't want let's take another spin with his group and win another title but they decided to disband and the rest is history. Does it feel like Brady's doing some of those Jordan things with TB twelve trying to set up like a Jordan had air Jordan the brand but TB twelve seems to be in his thoughts a lot while I don't know how much money makes from. Tb Twelve now. But he's looking ten years from now. Yeah but I don't know but but the fact that because Giselle make all this money that Tom should take less didn't he? Do that has any done that. This is the time I think Brady wants to. There's ego every one of these guys has ego everyone and it's a question of L. Tom's taken twenty two million dollars. I don't how important this is. I don't WanNa be spending his money taking money away from him. But you know if Dak Prescott realizes how valuable it is to be the cowboys quarterback on and off the field. Then I would probably say. Hey you know and I still want to be your quarterback and this is a game of poker between these two because Jerry Jones is desperate to win one more in that gives them a better chance than if you all of a sudden let that go or you trade him get two first round picks mclovin. How big is the risks risks to? Brady's legacy if he does go to Oakland and duct tape plays poorly or the team doesn't play. Well I don't think I mean. Look at all the quarterbacks who played elsewhere or star players who played elsewhere still going to be the greatest quarterback of all time and being the top five is greatest players of all time. Whether replace for the raiders in place two years and they don't make the playoffs. I think it'll be just a footnote. It'll be the brady reiter years or the charger years and so i. I don't know if that matters. I am a Arizona cardinals. Yeah Johnny United States the charger. Yeah Joe Nemeth is Aram I. I don't know if it matters. Jordan was a wizard. When's the last time somebody goes? Yeah but he went to the wizards and didn't do anything. The greatest basketball player of all time went to the wizards and nobody holds him. Accountable holds out against him. We went there for a business. Reason is like hey all coming their employees. But I'd like a piece of the team when all said and done I we'll take a break here. We'll get two phone calls. I got this day in cowboys history. 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Jerry Jones bought the cowboys. He bought the cowboys. Just the team. Sixty million dollars about that. Investment how about that investment two years before Donald Trump was offered the cowboys for fifty million dollars at the time. He said it was a bad deal. The cowboys are now worth five. Point five billion. According to Darren rebel. That's an inflation adjusted. Four thousand three hundred percent return the day to day stat of the day comes that what a stat of. If I'm Dak Prescott agent I get that printed up and then I just send it in to Jerry. I just fed exit. Where you where you have to sign it you know that you certified letter and Jerry just opens it up and it says you bought this team for fifty million thirty two years ago now worth five point five billion dollars it feels like Dak is still there guy and I still i. I felt all along that Prescott their quarterback the question is. How much is he going to cost you? Keep this in mind as great as Patrick. Mahomes is. If that chiefs defense doesn't improve last year they're not winning the superbowl if you allow them to go out and get players and you can afford them. And that was the difference with the chiefs. The chiefs defense got better. They spent money. They made the trade with for Frank. Clark you know they may lose some of these guys now and now. It's going to be a little bit more creative of trying to keep a nucleus together that is going to be successful. That's the hard part with this. Dallas is already close to missing their window because now Dak Prescott is going to get paid. You'RE GONNA start losing players on the defensive side of the ball and mark my words if that's the case. Dallas is not going to be challenging for a super bowl. You must have a defense at some point in the playoffs. That stands up and make some place time-tested you can have a great offense there. Are you going to be outscoring? Everybody the entire year is Mike McCarthy going to be able to sprinkle some magic dust on Dak Prescott. Like what offense. Are you going to run? You got a coach that likes to throw the ball who's GonNa take over a team that likes to run the ball. Can he find a happy medium in there and what is DAX? Role IS DAX role? We run to set up the pass. There's going to be the pass to set up the run those are. Those are the only questions I have with this. And Dak Prescott knows that. He's been extremely successful off the field. Because he's the quarterback for the cowboys has nothing to do with anything else because if he was in Tampa if he was in Cleveland and he he he would not get anywhere near this Baker Mayfield got endorsements because the browns were exciting and there is excitement there and they're almost making the playoffs and he's the heisman trophy winner and he's the number one overall pick in then. Everybody decided to hitch their wagon because they thought that the browns were going to be great this year. They're GONNA go to the super bowl yet. People saying they're going to the Super Bowl. I think the numbers of the media should get suspended if they have like like bad. Takes like really bad? Takes YOU BE The B test patterns on a lot of stations thirty TV anymore. We're going to have to sit you down for a week after that. That cold take yes. I found the The Dallas Morning News. The headline the front page of the Poignant Morton Paper Nineteen eighty-nine Jerry Jones buys cowboys fires. Tom Landry for the first day he owned the team. He fired Tom. Landry face to face face to face the Tom Landry and then after his is morning press conference he had a press conference an hour later to announce it Jimmy Johnson the new head coach for Miami. But that's his first day on the job as he cowboys owner boy. Remember how bad that was often running just that. Look where you went. What is he doing he just fired? Tom Landry fired Tom. Landry the quote from Pete Rozelle in the Dallas morning knows news. Says this is like Vince? Lombardi's death this is that impactful Rosell said football. But Jerry knew how special Jimmy Johnson was. I just don't think either one knew. How their egos were going to factor into this. Because Jimi was getting all the credit and Jerry was like hey I can bring in Barry Switzer and he can bury was coaching. Jimmy's team yeah. Poll in the First Year of Jerry Jones was in charge of the cowboys. They fired Tom. Landry brought in Jimmy Johnson. Got NUMBER ONE PICK TROY. Aikman and traded Herschel Walker for all those picks but Jimmy is the genius. Jimmy said Oh everybody remember when we talk to Jimmy and he said everybody focuses on the Herschel Walker deal he said I made so many trades I am in many. It was astronomical the number of trades that he made while he was the head coach of the Catholic unheard of the number of of trades that he made Jimmy Really. The Jerry made his money and made a wise investment but Jimmy Johnson was the gene. He was really a genius there with what he did. And in a short period of time. But you know egos it. Plays a role all walks of life. Mclovin has a new favorite player at the combine. We're GONNA have to play this down a little bit causing some waves out their feelings already. You have yeah why well Alabama Wide Receiver Jerry? Judy wore a star of David. Young for his combine interview so I immediately went on twitter and declared we have a new best Jewish wide receiver out there. I turns out it last name is Judy. And His name is Ju- He is not Jewish but he wears at peace of his nickname. I think he's still claiming. Yeah there's a certain wide receiver for the New England Patriots. Who took exception to my claim? Yeah Julian's Madame Way. Did He tweet back at you. Yes well what did he say he said? And I don't know what this means. He said Easy Rod easy. I take it easy so so he's I think I don't know there's supposed to be some hip language. I hope it's I'd Profane but he's like snow down there. I'm still the best receiver. That's what I'm implying okay. The elements pretty good. He's got a pretty. He's got hall of fame career so I don't know but I dare. Judy is a pretty good prospect for the team. I'm pretty excited about that. We confirm that Julian Edelman is Jewish. He's he's yeah he's part Jewish and I think he practices some form of Judaism. I got a double check that but gives it one hundred ten percent when he practices. I guarantee you might just saying he might be saying easy on the claim that he's Jewish. But Hey you know what why not Jew we know Jerry Judy's not Jewish. Jerry had to explain that because I'm Jewish by the way I just go with that. He's Judy Ish. Yes but Jerry duty was having fun with it. And you're GonNa are you going to take claim or you're GONNA CLAIM JERRY? Judy Oh you know how liberal I. I mean you're on the team. I know I'm one percent Jewish going to twenty three hundred twenty three and me like you start going down that list and you go wait. They got me as west African and they got me as Jewish. Yeah I tried to claim Herschel Walker. Remember Sandler Goes Yeah. She Walker Titus in Oregon joins US I titus. What's on your mind? Hey Dan six to two twenty were Dak Prescott and these all these negotiations. So is he just basically just because he's a dallas. Cowboy quarterback can demand forty million. So you turn down the thirty three million. He's obviously not as good. Russell Westbrook Russell welcome sorry. Yeah where's that? Where's that coming to play? Just because you're the next man up titus near the next and thanks for the phone call you the next man up. That's all this is if This was to Shawn Watson then Shawn Watson. His agent would be asking for this. I'M GONNA Guess Patrick. Mahomes already know that he's probably GONNA go. Negotiation started at Thirty eight to forty million dollars a year for him. But every time these quarterbacks cash in with this the team eventually pays a bigger price in that. Is You lose players. And that's what's going to happen to. Kansas City happens to all of these teams. You get success. Remember one Russell. Wilson came any of the Legion of boom. And so you had that to bank on in every year in every game because you had the legion of boom and you didn't have to score points and then all of a sudden look at all those players that left that they they were forced to leave. Are you cut them? You couldn't afford them then all of a sudden you're like okay now. Russ you got to win games. The Legion is Zoom Kansas City. But you had to try to win games. Offensively and Seattle has not been the same team Russia's going to the hall of fame. But the reason why you were playing for super bowls is because you had an unbelievable defense new England's got a pretty good defense or at least they had one this year and I think that's where Brady has to look at this and go that division. That defense how much do I need? And what can we do? Can we get Odell Beckham Junior? Can we make can we trade and get Odell Back Guy? Give me something here because of if I'm in that meeting and I'm New England and I'm Bill Belichick or Robert Kraft. I'd be going. Hey Tom. This is what we're going to do. This is what we're trying to do. Okay then I think you're gonNA get Brady's attention but if you think you're going to get him for one year I think Brady leaves and this goes back to what happened with ALPA holes. The angels made him an offer he could not turn down the raiders make Brady and offer that he can't turn down and that is we'll give you three years thirty million guaranteed you interested. If I'm Tom Brady yeah another thing to keep an eye on is in Daniel Jeremiah. I think joins US tomorrow. And he's taken over for Mike Mayock with the NFL. Combine last year in the draft. Twelve wide receivers went during a fifty two pick span now started at the twenty fifth. Pick overall MARQUEES Brown. And then it went through Terry Maclaurin of seventy six overall by the redskins amazing. How much of an impact that that had in your one? Aj Brown You Got Hardman with Kansas City Brown. Deebo Samuel Decay Metcalf so this year Daniel Jeremiah. The draft expert for the NFL Network has twenty seven receivers who have grades in the top. Three rounds the best draft for receivers in two decades. So keep that in mind as you go into the draft. And if you're a team that needs help you can get that help it wide receiving corps at that position. Yeah mclovin by the same logic if you're a receiver. It's the wrong year to come out and just through falling big-time bad she gave Tom Brady. Says New England? They draft one of these receivers. Does it? That's what you get the sense? He gets frustrated with young receivers like remember he was kind of pointing everybody all over the place this year. Well I think that the only guy who doesn't frustrate him as adamant but Nicole Harry. There were times when he was brilliant and then other times you didn't know he was on the field. But you do have these wide receivers. We talk about the transition for me in a quarterback in college to the pros and that's a big transition being a wide receiver. Going into the pros. Used to be a crapshoot like there were so many wide receivers who washed out. It was really tough to handicap. You know how good they were going to be. Now you've got these guys look at the number of first year wide receivers who had an impact last year seven eight and I think that's if you're the Patriots your banking on that. They're a lot of teams that are banking on that mclovin. By the way we found out what the reference from Julian Edelman was. I can save it or rod yet. Easy Rod okay. We'll take a break and then we'll find out if joy in Edison was making fun of mclovin. I hope he was. We'll take a break. We're back after this on the Dan. Patrick show do you own or rent your home. Sure you do and I bet it can be hard work. You know what's easy bundling policies with GEICO GEICO makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you're already have so much to do around your home. Go TO GEICO DOT COM. Get a quote and see how much you can save. It's gyco easy visit. Geico DOT COM. Today that's GEICO DOT com once again. It's gyco easy visit. Geico DOT com today. Geico DOT COM. Hey listeners just wanted to take a minute to thank all our great sponsors and all of you great listeners. For supporting this podcast. We certainly couldn't do without either of you. And I wanted to remind you that you can support our sponsors by going to our show page at podcast. One DOT COM clicking on the support this podcast button and they will see all our wonderful sponsors. That helped make this show possible. Thank you for downloading subscribing and of course supporting and now back to the show and I got to find out if Julian Edelman is mad at mclovin. I give the back story on this. Okay so Alabama. Why was Jerry? Judy showed up at the combine interviews wearing a star of David which is a traditional Jewish symbol and explained species. Nickname is Ju-. Because his last name is Judy but he's not. Jewish he just I identifies in some way and then I tweeted okay. We have a new greatest. Nfl Wide Receiver Jewish wide receiver. Sorry Julian elements. Are Jeremy. Bloom. If you remember former Olympic skier in Colorado was drafted in the NFL is Sishu. Was Molly from Ali's game. But Anyway Sides Jewelry Show Julian Element tweeted me back saying easy rod and none of us really knew what that meant. I. So we had the B. R. GS. Check it out and they found out. It's from a movie so the backroom room guys found out that easy. Rod Is from what movie Super Troopers Thousand One? Low budget comedy sort of defining comedy generation aren't so adamant is going to super troopers. Nailsea making fun of you. Yes easy rod easy so the two cops are in a car and A. Rod. Is this is like the idiot of the crew by crew is the biggest idiot about? Do something really stupid though. Easy ride easy. Okay so Julie. Easy on easy. Yeah so joys either say I don't know which aspect of my week. Got Him upset that he's still the greatest Jewish why receiver or the whole debate is at the Arctic. I think that's more along the lines. I can't find any Jewish wide receivers. I look for the list of there's none. There's very few Jewish wide receivers. Does Elman know that you're just kidding? Kidding about what about the Jerry? Judy's is not Jewish. I think you wear star David at the combine. You're on the team. Then it's it's a declaration. Do you know that Dave Parker or a star of David? Former baseball player. Nice now he were steady really. Yeah anymore stars look cool and it was named David Star. They stay with me. I don't know that's not a natural connection. Easy run until elleman. You Mettlement Eshelman's fine with you isn't he. Oh Yeah no. I think he was making fun of me. Tell him to call in. There are few Jewish. Like who Taylor? Mays the safety out of it was a big deal he was Jewish. Wants is the NFL anymore. I don't think he's at the NFL. I'm not sure I know. But he's still Jewish. Yeah but he was not just Jewish in the NFL. But I'm looking for current. Nfl PLAYERS EARN NFL players. Who Were Jewish Mitch Schwartz in the Super Bowl? Yes boy is the kid on the combine for Auburn. He's running back. Markus Minora. He seems four four is not true. It's a it's a my bed. I read that wrong. That's my bad. Oh Dan yelling. Did he that quarterback who plays for the Patriots. I think he lined up at wide receiver to. I don't know I don't keep track of it. I've I know it's important to you. Yeah there's a joke in the movie airplane where Goes Hell. I'll give you some light reading. And he hands Jewish athletes path. Great Line already. So mclovin an element your feuding. That's what we need. We needed to be there. Your feuding me enjoy. Yeah Yeah it's gotTa be a feud yeah. I think he's going to be okay at the end of the day. Going back to whatever supermodel. He's right now I think he's GonNa be okay but I'm just saying we create this friction here. There's tension like it's on right now. I saw Bradley Beal Bradley. Beal had fifty three against the Bulls on Sunday. Had Fifty five last night against the box first player to score at least fifty consecutive days since Kobe. Bryant March Twenty Third Twenty Second Twenty third two thousand seven prior to that. Michael Jordan did at Twelfth Thirteenth. Nineteen eighty-seven they also lost those games as well at at what point does Bradley beal say. Get me out of here. Please please get me out of here because you know they. They paid John Wall and John. Wall hasn't played got injured in even when John Wall comes back. I would watch the wizards because of the back court was pretty fascinating Bradley. Beal might be the best kept secret in the NBA. He's a wonderful player. It's just. Nobody is watching the wizards. It's tough to watch the wizard. If you said Bradley. Beal was scorned fifty-five it would still be difficult to watch the wizards my concern with the Milwaukee Bucks is the following. It's maybe it's not a big concern at some point in the playoffs. Somebody else has to win a game or win games for you. Then the Greek freak half court offense half court defense and somebody and do they have that Goto number two guy. I know Chris Middleton's all-star so you can save your tweets. Have that guy where you go. I can count on him. And I don't think Milwaukee does Greek freak might be the best player in the game probably is. I'm not sold on BLEDSOE's my point guard because he can give and take it the way he can keep both teams in the game. He can be spectacular. I just you know. Lopez is a wonderful talent to have that you can shoot threes and be a rim protector but come playoff time it. It comes down to half court off. The basketball. You see now is not the basketball. It's going to be played in the postseason. Just not as I'm watching games last night. Where hawks in the sixers both have ninety points at the end of the third quarter. It's just free flow and have fun. Go Up and down. Once you get to the postseason. Somebody is going to have to step up in a big way. Because if if I'm playing the Greek Freak. All my efforts are concentrated on stopping him. If bledsoe beats me. Khris Middleton Beats Me Lopez beats me. I'll take that. I can't have the Greek freak. Beat me and that would be the biggest concern. I Have Bradley. Beal went for fifty five. But the wizards lost in overtime. Also Joel Embiid career-high Forty nine last night against the Hawks and I know I know were accused of trying to create tension friction between him and Ben. Simmons feels like embodied like when he's on his own. He's he's really good and when Ben Simmons is on his own he's really good but embiid has ada points over his last two home games. He's been impressive and He's been really good from the line. Sixers tend to fare better when embiid plays like he did last night. More free throw attempts fewer three point attempts there. So that's an ongoing issue with that team. Seventy sixers this might be the last year for Brett Brown if they don't Advanced Conference Championship. And you might have to pick your sides between Joel embiid and Ben Simmons moving on. Yes point but isn't that the frustrating thing about embiid you see nights like last night where he could just dominate any person on the court? Why aren't those happening more often? I guess it. Can you turn it on like that? Well he was playing the Hawks. Fair enough should play them nightly tuned because trae young was playing although they did a pretty good job shutting him down through the first three quarters there all right final hour on the way deontay wilder. I've heard a lot of excuses. This one one of the best ever podcast. One has some exciting news. It's official our shows are now available on spotify and it's free. We want to make it super easy for you and your friends to listen to our podcast and joining spotify allows us to be an even more places for fans to find us. 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EPISODE 55: Opener - COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

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EPISODE 55: Opener - COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

"Hey Hey hey. Hey but in even ettinger. But in between being in denial denial in NAM non. Dan Got to talk to Ding I don't thank you. Thank you thank Tin Ping Ping Ding Ding Ding Wing Ding Hello friends welcome back to cozy zone. It's me Ben Weber. That was a song I made for Mira a baby girl for whom I am the donor dude. A call it Mira one hurry doing here I am. I'm in my bedroom trying to get cozy. I'm wrapped in this Tibetan scarf from place. Called Risk Gallery and boutique in Bushwick got my pine candle burning from the park slope. Food Co. up but I have to Getting cozy is a true challenge. Every day there there is a new nightmare in the news. Every day. I feel like hiding running away cocooning if I tried to hold all of it in my head and my heart at the same time I just feel like I'm GonNa Explode and Tanakahe Happy Hannukah the next eight nights. Jews will celebrate an unlikely military victory over the Syrians Syrians as well as the miraculous single serving of oil at burned for eight days. In a desecrated temple I fell in love with Hanukkah for the presence but I continued. Can you tell of Hanukkah because of its residents with other solstice holidays. You know this time of year. The days are short and quickly consumed by darkness and it seems to be a human impulse to challenge the darkness with light whether it's twinkle lights or candles or glowing snowman or animatronic reindeer. It's beautiful if you're anything like me. That darkness outside often magnifies the darkness of our times and the the personal darkness. That lives inside. You may have noticed for the past several months I have not released. A new episode. Owed of the cozy zone like the miraculous Hanako oil one month podcast hiatus burned for eight months and honestly I have a lot of shame around that are chaim creative. Shame I feel like I should be producing more after. Get my voice Out there I should be doing something productive continuing my legacy two years of cosies zoning and hurts that shame hurts and I. I took a lot of time coming to you now with new episode. But I've been doing a lot of work and meditating and reading a book by Brunei Brown uncalled daring greatly and this book speaks a lot about shame resilience and vulnerability so what I'm doing here is I'm attempting to shine. Shine some light onto my dark feelings. A powerful way to combat shame is cultivating connection with others and courageously salie owning all your feelings owning your story so my dear sweet cosies listeners. I'd love to share with you. What has been going on during my co zone Sabbatical for the last eight months April? Two thousand seventeen. I met little Muira my sweetheart Nicolette and I flew to L. A. to celebrate Passover and to hold and kiss this small human who shares my genetic material. I was so nervous to meet her. I I was really afraid that I would mess everything up or that that she would hate me even though she she was just a few months old but we got there and I held her and met her and she's a little tiny Baby who loves the person WHO's holding her and I couldn't help but feel connected feel all it was mind blowing changed me forever a incredible I I love you. Mirror was such an honor to meet you and I I hope to be a benevolent part of your life forever. Also April twenty seventeen gene my sweetheart nicolette and her sweetheart Emmett and I decided to start seeing a therapist for the three of us. We were lucky enough to find randy poly friendly queer competent champion of all hard relationship. Things both minute and epic that also has truly been a game and life changer may twenty seventeen Nicolette. Tonight embarked on the five. Boro bike ride one of my favorite New York City activities of all time. There's nothing quite like riding bikes amongst tens of thousands of people to inspire some really high level processing processing the boroughs. We conquered Manhattan the Bronx Queens and Brooklyn topics processed logistics. I say how to navigate pride weekend sharing accountability for Financial Solo therapy goals. Also we ate a lot of kind bars. June twenty seventeen I finished a daunting theater residency in Cypress Hills Brooklyn for three months. I taught drama every day to a group of Adversarial distracted and charming sixth-graders their final sharing included the following pieces death. The shark an epic tale tale of a murderous shark. Read by me and Pantomime D- by a group of enthusiastic young men shoe store in which a shoplifter attempts to get away with some sneakers but the security guards tackle him in the club in which gang member starts a fight and everybody tackles him and finally beautiful and honest seen about bullying that ended with original rap. Great job everybody want an adventure. That was July twenty seventeen for a few years. Nicolette has talked about the challenge of her role as pivot in our polycom installation. She had to constantly travel back and forth between clean our place on foster avenue in its place about a mile away. Well not an impossibility this dual life and these dual homes made so many aspects of her life more challenging. And of course you know if your sweetie is having a challenging time. You're probably having a challenging time as well some of these challenging using things included house care food shopping animal care preparing for work preparing for travel. All of this was more complicated so through talking to Randy Randy and lots of processing. The three of US decided to try out finding one place altogether and so we did. We found the second second story of a beautiful Victorian home complete with three bedrooms. One for each boo a Washer Dryer dishwasher and windows. Look out over a magical Michael Tree lined street. We named our place brave house because of the daunting amount of courageous communication necessary to make even the basics function and a not terrible baseline. I also chose a room. That has this beautiful walk in closet. there's no Oh bar over it. It's just sort of this strange empty cutouts space and I moved to desk in there. I moved a comfy chair in there. And that is my I brave studio where a lot of art making has been happening. I can close the door and hide and escape and I am working on forging it into my very own fully functional cozy zone August two thousand seventeen. I traveled up to Rhinebeck New York for my second summer of circle singing at the Omega Institute last summer. My Week of Improvised Song Awakened My dormant love and Commitment Madman to my voice and music and community and creative expression. This summer. I got to meet. Bobby mcferrin whose voice I've loved since I was very little Ben. I loved the elephants child. He did with. Jack Nicholson He did a lot of Richard kipling just so stories and he just created these beautiful voice only songs I love him so much and he his sort of transformed and deeply affected the way that I think about music and the voice. He's sending out lots of gratitude to everyone who sings with me in a circle and I have to say this practice is probably the most profound healing experience I have encountered to date so lots of gratitude for circle singing September two thousand seventeen when I first started seeing Nicolette. She had three cats peanut butter and Daryl. I was allergic to cats. But you know I I was in it to win it and so I took my Clarityn Ericson and SNEEZED my way deeper and deeper into love with Nicolette. neglected inherited Daryl from her ex. Who chose to adopt him? Despite his relatively heartbreaking past he was found in a cardboard box on the street and was born with a condition called small is whereas eyeballs don't fit snugly in his heads they roll around every which way and if you look at them it looks like he has no is and sometimes he has a little half I. It's very very grotesque. Actually if you're you're sort of not used to it. And the thing is this this grotesque asks small is bit is is really. I guess negated or or made obsolete by Darryl's personality which was so profoundly charming. He's A. He's a bit of a misanthrope. You often hides under furniture until he was ready for a profound and loving at which point he would launch him self his substantial heft onto your lap and he would per like an earthquake and he'd swishes rushes nights dictate your breakfast and into your coffee. He reminded me of a furry little ORCA and he he did this funny behavior savior where he would press the side of his face against you or or the edge of the couch or a corner of a wall and would noisily. Naw like he was deliciously Scratching watching a very specific he loved dry food and sticking his face in your lap and sitting in cardboard boxes so shortly after we moved into Brave House Daryl stopped eating. We took him to the vet. Who found something wrong with his liver and so we took him to the hospital for some more tests and sort of throughout this whole process? He deteriorated so quickly And so we we had to put him in the hospital overnight for a few nights and we would keep visiting to check on him and ultimately the The vet gave us the news that the best case scenario was that big D. had lymphoma so that would mean that we. We could put him on Cap Chemo for months and months. And and you know we would fight it and pay tens of thousands of dollars to make that happen pendant even after all that he might have a fifty percent chance of of making it through but as it stands the vet told us he wasn't even doing doing well enough to do the necessary lymphoma tests so we couldn't even known if this was a solvable problem because he was doing doing so badly So you know after a lot of grief stages and sobbing and nose blowing. We decided that it was time. Unfortunately to say goodbye to Sweet Daryl. I have never loved any any animal like I love Darrel. He was so beloved to me on and hurt so much to say goodbye. But Daryl I know you're out there looking down on all of us rest in power. I love you a lot. Big D be good October. Twenty seventeen October was filled with more circle singing. I was lucky enough to spend three days with Rianne a master teacher of vocal improvisation and and I learned and explored and sang and sang and sang the end of it. We were all saying thank you goodbye and you know how that is you sort of wait. Wait patiently in line and people ahead of you say their thing. You know you're sort of going over what you want to say. And Anyway so my term finally came and I was like Oh thank you so much man and this is great. This is so nice and she looks at me and says you. You're a madman who's full of music music. That is really nice to hear. I really appreciate it that that meant a lot. Thanks for Yennin. I really love that. It's filled me with a lot of light. Light and power. Thanks November twenty seventeen. Our Brave House hosted a friendsgiving. We cooked Turkey and root vegetables and Brussel sprouts and cranberry sauce. And we invited our dear chosen family. Who came in warmed are home with their love and their light? I have to say you know we're working on it. The three of US making this this house together and we have a lot of drama but not as much as we could but you know we really really we really pull it together when we got to host something you know. It's frankly remarkable. How the three of us can work together with care and enthusiasm to be? These consummate hosts very impressive. Despite any any dynamics that are going on. We really pulled together to make a good party. Thanks booze you guys Good working with you. And finally December twenty seventeen cozy zone with Ben. Weber is back yes. I have renewed commitment to public coziness and I've had a lot of time off but during my time off I haven't been idle you know I've been thinking about coziness on a daily basis. Frankly I been doing a bit of research meditation and Category Building. You know to make meaning out of the world like you do and when you take a deep dive dive into coziness there. There's about I guess. Three branches of inquiry that the pop up so I is this Danish concept of hookah. Right So I I got. I got this book. The little book of Hookah you know to do some research. And and in the introduction the author make weaking CEO of the happiness this research institute in Copenhagen Rights who is about an atmosphere an experience rather than about things it is about being with the people. We love a feeling of home feeling that we are safe that we are shielded from the world and allow ourselves to let our guard down. You may be having an endless conversation about the small or big things in life or just be comfortable in each other's silent company or simply. Just be by yourself enjoying enjoying a cup of tea. I love that. I think that's A. It's a beautiful description of yoga and of course resonates very strongly with coziness coziness. And what happens in the cozy zone Make suggests that Hugo is an experience of the five senses generated by such things as has candlelight cake mulled wine and wooly socks furthermore he positions hookah as an as intrinsic to Danish National Channel Identity rendering Denmark the happiest nation in the world and. That's that's wonderful congratulations Denmark. I am so glad that you are so happy. And I believe makes data and I I believe in the validity of the happiness research institute to toot but I I have some questions. Okay so listen I love happiness and I wish it for myself and all people people on Earth I truly do and and if you are happy good for you. I'm really I'm really. I'm glad I'm happy for you and you know for me. I have to work so hard to feel happy just even for like a little bit and most of my time is struggling to be happy. It's hard to be happy and listen if I lived in a nation where the identity where to be a part of this national identity was to be happy I would feel extremely alienated. You know and you happiness this ephemeral ever-shifting and for me sometimes fleeting feeling. So would that mean. If I'm not happy I'm not really Danish. That's tough that's a tough position to be in you know and I also. I'm thinking about thinking about Buddhism and the four noble noble truths and all. Those truths are about suffering right. Life is suffering and you can find relief of that suffering through acknowledging that suffering exists assists that we all have suffering to be born to suffer to dis to suffer. All there is so much suffering and so you acknowledge it it and you you undergo a nice mindfulness practice and perhaps you can find some relief to this suffering and from my perspective Danish who does not acknowledge suffering in the world. And frankly this is. This is not exactly that coziness NS. I'm seeking so back in the United States when we talk about coziness we might be talking about that snugly fireplace feeling resonant with Danish hookah or we might be talking about Cozy mysteries which is literary genre that I I had never heard of but in my research research What happens in cozy mysteries is a crimes are often Committed in solved in this cute little quaint town and and any reference to violence or sexuality The those references are tastefully glossed over or if we talk about another kind of coziness we might be talking about unsavory and corrupt relationships between folks in power for example. Here's a terrifying recent headline from the Guardian and Fox and friends and trump colon North Korea crisis puts cozy relationship in spotlight. So I I don't want my coziness to have anything to do with these corrupt powerbrokers who are greedy and hungry for power and doing all the things that I am striving to never do in my life so so. That's hard so you know. I'm claiming the coziness is my thing and so I am. I am called to be really deliberate and mindful about exactly what I mean. When I ben Weber? Say Cozy don't mean in cahoots. I don't mean Mysteries that are in acute town where you don't talk about violence or sex. I don't think I'm talking about Hookah So for me. My Cozy Nirvana Viana is creating art in community. A cozy zone is a place where nothing else on earth matters except Courageously Dreaming About Poetic Actions for the past two years through this podcast. I've essentially been researching. What makes a COSIES zone? And I've been working on something. I'm calling the COSIES zone. cousy code which is a series of concepts ingredients and elements elements of every CO zone So far I've come up with a fourteen ideas. Fourteen tenants fourteen pillars lers of the co- zone cozy code me share with you what I have so far number. One Light Kindle a candle in your cozy zone which is and priests and Danes and Maccabi is and people with birthdays. All of them know about the magic of candlelight so no matter what illuminates her. Cozy Zone beat a kindle. beat the Sun beat a a beautiful lamp me that light be sweet light number to hide out there. It's a complete disaster it's chaos. It's horrible I don't need that I don't want it. I just going to go in here. I'm going to shut it all out. I'm going to go to a place where no one can find me. No one compiler me you're you're okay though. Come come in. Come hide with me. Hide number three warm. Has the the temperature is it. Okay good behind you. How do you feel inside like you're filling up with sunshine very good head? Warm number four breathe. Can you take in all the air you need need and can you let go of everything else you don't need. Let's let's do it together. I might as well breathing. Everything you need and breathe out. Let everything go breath number five. Stretch my poor body. My Body always needs a good stretch and and I'm always so worried about taking up too much space flailing my arms kicking someone in the face. But what if I had room to expand ban just the way I needed. That wouldn't bother anybody. I would feel really really good. Stretch number six chat. The truth is I'm yearning for connection. Maybe maybe we can find it through the exchange at some words some stories. Some jokes chat number seven. Feel as as you may know. I am filled with feelings so many feelings all the feelings. They're coming right now. If I don't let them out they're going to get stuck in. That hurts so I'm just GonNa acknowledged that here it is. This is my sack of feelings. Feel number eight. Share vulnerability is a practice that I'm striving to cultivate so I would love to tell you a secret or discovery. Something I've been trying to give voice to for a little while now of course I'm a bit frightened. But perio- share number nine flirt. So the thing about you is. You're just so charming and I like you. I like to look look at your face. I liked to be near your body. It feels good. I'd love to find some way to let you. I know all this. You know no expectations beautiful boundaries award winning and I really enjoy you. I like you're being. I like your corporeal form. It's an honor to be close to you in your cozy zone into this flirt number ten dream but really. I want to tell you about this art thing have been scheming about and I really want to hear about your art thing or your life thing or some obstacle that could use as a collaborative process of creative decision-making dream number eleven play. I also will use sing with me real quick. Let me show you this thing I made. Oh here's a fun game. Bits bits. Bits I'm laughing I'm smiling. I'm out of breath however you play number twelve make. So I'm the Development Assistant Assistant of a huge philanthropic organization called the Cozy Zone Foundation who grants unlimited funds to commission collaborative art projects. What what are we gonNA make make number thirteen soak? I'm really into this place. This cozy zone. I fee like a sponge and I'm just deeply drinking and all the good vibes and delicious energy soak number fourteen steep this cozy. His own is so cozy that not only am I looking at all up. But I'm also able to uncover and share and leave behind important parts of myself. I self this place and I are engaged in exchange. I will leave here a different person and this place will forever or be changed because I was here steep okay to review the elements of the code. His own cozy code include light. Hide warm breathe stretch chat feel share flirt dream play make soak steep. What do you think about this list? Do you have any edits or suggestions or additions wins. I'd love to hear from you. Please please contact me at email. At Ben Weber. PROJECTS DOT com email at Ben Weber B. E. N. W. E. B. E. R. Projects P. R. O. J. E. C. T. S. dot com. Follow me on in Instagram. At Ben Weber projects follow me on twitter at cozy zones and of course visit. WWW Dot ben Weber projects projects dot com for all the cosies zones. There are this has been the opener for episode fifty five of course zone with Ben Weber. Eber Daniel Goldman at collective. Oh Lakefront grab MOCHA snuggle up to a childhood friend and enjoy the newest newest freshest episode of Cozy Zone.

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40 for 40, 2019 Edition: The Gamification of Bowl Games

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40 for 40, 2019 Edition: The Gamification of Bowl Games

"Down folk cast this. Is I think our next Seles installment of forty two forty all our previous series of what four hundred forty. That's what I thought you said. This right are the penultimate ultimate episode of our old preview series. Used to release these in like forty different episodes man. That was stupid was it. I Doc. It's like calling the holidays for creating this once that many more times I mean if anything we would have been bolder and Said said they're all two partners and now you have to download eighty eighty podcast episode audio slide. Show yeah And then we could've jammed all the ads into one episode. This just adds I think by the way. I'm just GONNA put this out there. We do that now. Unfortunately yeah I mean we can. I think we could do a forty minute. podcast about cow booker. At this point this fair we should put them out. Individual mix tapes shapes each right. And if it's one that is just you know. Sometimes we do these and they were like two minutes. Right for instance. Like what were you going to say about the community the ball other than like you know. Hey Yeah probably GONNA be okay. Yeah be fine Chinese stadium. That's sure but if we had an actual soundcloud could drop optum individually without screwing things up. Don't tempt me. Yeah what I was going to say is that they could be the same length. We just slow down the audio so that they were all like like ten minutes right like when you listen to the chipmunks in the form shopping dropping screw them right if we need to you. Have you ever actually done that because Dave is terrifying. When yeah like a children's record player? Yeah there's a reason Dave and devil have most of the same letters. Oh ooh I say children's record player because only children have record players. You can reach me at thirty eight Godfrey he definitely has a record player is commissioners this opinion. I'm pretty sure that let you live in this neighborhood. Unless you have a record player and a good step I think you have to have a leather apron. And he doesn't have a beard. That's another point against pickled anything in months. You're a victim. You're did hipster police aside a Sorry I'm just I'm shooting under strafing right now because I just got back from the hometown grocery store run which is the greatest most perilous task of any holiday visit. But you've voided you've oid. I took two miles. I took two hours. It's usually either a teacher who never liked me or the mother of someone I slept with. Who never likes me? Sure and this time it was has that. Can I ask a personal question. Does that Ven Diagram Having middle sometimes yes listen. y'All know my mom's a teacher right that all my friends are teachers kids. Oh yeah okay happens. And we all went to drama school. It is all intermingling. There's yeah we we actually did. Try to map this one summer with a foam board yarn the yarn and tax. It got really disgusting. But it was a my ninth grade math future which I think I read read the stand most of the way through ninth grade math and a creep really religious former Girl Scout Troop chaperone which one of our off-season he's an episode needs to be about the time I accidentally joined a white not white supremacist girl scout troop excuse me a sovereign citizen girl scout troop. Yeah I mean I wasn't going to say that I'm Jason. What does are perfectly formed? Idea for this block of bowls have we ever had a perfectly formed idea all our ideas. Yeah now do you mean the list of games or what are we get. What's what's looks like it? Looks the arts. The concept organized organizing principle. Okay the rare alleyoop drop. It wasn't so much the drop phase. Jason started wondering the court up. Wait and we play basketball. Who that was like when you when you have a massive for some large doesn't understand fetch Ashley? I'm going to go Napoli my perspective I was going up for the alleyoop and threw me was a Turkey. Google which I would've wished I would appreciate Turkey so the first thing we did was we the pre-christmas Bulls. That's easy and obvious than we did. The assorted grab bag. And then we did all the warbles this leaves us to groups and these are probably the two most obvious groups. Today's are the location in bowls we have. And I think we've added an additional gimmick on top of that because clearly we are very good at a consistent ideas and just just just keep just keep becoming the more advanced and complex the better so among these balls we have I think a few that are indisputably locations. And we're GONNA talk about them as if they were video game levels. Because that's that's what they merit on the whole so we have the Texas. The is on the music city. Mobile Camping World Birmingham at Arizona. I am I guess. valk is a location in a state of the state mind. What is the like what is that? It's an emotion if one is operating on the plane. What does that plane is realizing? And that you'll never again be able to fit into pants. Don't have pleats I think. The bilk plane is simply P. L. A. N.. Yeah you can. You can buy some some pretty rowdy stuff from bulk online. Actually GONNA move. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah like we we did a I forget what it was. I think it was the way we are you talking about like no Iron Khakis. I'm talking about like a Cammo Blazer. Jesus yeah this. I don't think they I think the world of in-store belt versus online bulk are very very different things. Yeah I was GONNA I was Gonna say I think they probably hold that privilege back for in store. I if you if all right so if I walk in I'm buying the Campbell blazes they just don't let us live right right. They're going to be a swat but somebody else who doesn't have quite that attitude. Dreadful at off right is not happening. I mean Are you going on dark web milk. I have privileges given me by the government that are not allowed to discuss about the hiring assassins essence with dope coin. Yeah there's a lot there i. I am gone to Uber Dot Com. I have searched CAMMO. Let's let's do a quick prices prices right game Holly closest without going over. How many results came up for? Just Cammo C. A. M. O.. Just Cammo Yep. Oh what is this belqas dammit. Sorry not sorry. And I'm only going to get worse eighty-seven okay in Jackson Nine Hundred Spencer. I'm going to go seventy three two hundred fifty six as the winner there. There are two hundred and fifty six camel items wait. I know he's playing music. He's playing shelties. What it's like to not be next to Spencer Spencer yet is pretty fun right about where you are? ooh There's struggled up for the holidays. There is a four piece luggage set of Cama less only originally three thirty only one sixty eight thirty after coupon this is I think by the way the response about deciding how to organize these. It's not our call now has by name. These are the laziest bowls they just decided in. In order to name all game they would just named after our in some places they need to after a very specific place and Kudos for you for getting off off the couch to get the remote okay. Somebody all didn't even like lift your head off the pillow. Because what are we supposed to do with the Sun Bowl roll the whole damn thing after a star the Texas bowl what part of Texas gestures wildly around you and the Arizona. The ball what are you supposed to do with that. The Birmingham Bulls specific kind of. But even then there's two of them. Yeah let's hear keener. Yeah how many stars there are in the universe. This is the ball game named after one of them. How how much more specific and you get but I prefer it was the beetlejuice bill so I mean that would be better and more specific? Yeah that'd be equally specific So I want let's start with the Arizona Bowl With an interesting piece of Arizona history because this is the only thing I have to contribute to this this podcast this bullets Georgia interstate versus Wyoming. I don't really have much to offer there except that Fans go good for them. I don't know why the good for them. This one point in a baseball stadium one of the like the remaining to play baseball stadium. I think it is anyway so to win. Arezzo was trying to get in the time to look that up. No no when Arizona was trying to give him the in the Union. I guess the way. I don't know if this this is still how it works. Because it's not a thing. We do that much anymore. But they submitted a proposed state constitution to Congress and it was like fairly progressive for the time it had direct election of senators it had recall and it had women's suffrage in it and the and Congress Congress said no you we will not let you in the union with this with Conflict let you in union wearing that hat correct. So they went back. They took out all the things that Congress had problem with like great. You're in the union and right after that they went back to the state constitution and put all the original shit in any way. And that's how Arizona gave women the vote eight years before the rest of the country did because they were just shaky. Shady is held a certification at the time by the way had to be something really uncharitable in light. It had to be something like what if the husband vote twice right. Yes that'd be great. Yes I'm sure it was shitting because everything was at this point. Most of my cows are male so this will be an issue. We've also don't get that was my arizona voice. I don't no no we need. We need varmint vote. Harman's vote so if we're thinking of these as video game levels I think the Arizona Bowl is definitely okay one of the earlier levels where you're learning the controls things are mostly flat like. There's not too much out there. You know you're maybe like oh you gotta get through this of course and don't only three Julie exhibits or something like that. I think it is like your level one two due to one four somewhere in that rate Ask say on the bright side I think Ryan just invented Julie. Golf is that like very expensive. All three point two million dollars around I was GONNA say I think Steve when is setting this up on the roof of his negative proper can I can i. Can I break down broken glass on all the hospitality employees striking for living wages. I really I really. They WANNA confess something. Every time I walked into that casino my first instinct has pinched just hammered. The shit out of every I mean you glass and everything but there's some part of he's just like give me a boxer sure now and now he golf balls. That's the that would excited about this. Til was was it Bob Allen here who said every person who arrives it's a small world should get like a basket of softballs on the way in to hold league office going to be how he saved the company. You're welcome companies like Oh we didn't say which company Merry Christmas. I have a couple of other questions about this whole game. That relate relate to video games and this jerk that Jason Jason you have you been to the Tucson area. Yes okay is this not the death stranding ball walking the walking simulator in the middle of nowhere. We've got to connect Tucson and Tempe and Phoenix and no one is brave enough to walk. Walk outside outside to do it. I remain the only one of the standing for Tucson. No I don't have any particular problem Tucson. Yeah I like Tucson but it. There's also the ballgame location that most resembles post-apocalyptic nuclear waste because it's an actual desert there's like actual light. There's tremendous counts of empty space to explore relish his ear prepositions there. Because you said I like Tucson but it's apocalyptic wasteland and what I think you mean is I like to because right because I I like the idea that the Arizona if if we're doing all these video game levels like perhaps this is the first one tutorial element to it like Ryan said that sounds like Sedona Arizona to me because your hand is being hill. It's extremely touristy. Everything is very safe. Ten feet away is wilderness. You could die in. Just push a when we tell you to crystal. It will help you. This is going to rise to the edge of the crater to hell. Don't take one false step and you will die but stain the pink jeep the pink jeep tutorial. Yeah Jay Jason Are Holly What would you places like the next level of difficulty amongst these fools It would it be funny if it just stayed. Alphabetical night's game designers like. Yeah we know we meant to do that. I mostly like that because if you're if you're doing that then you're suggesting playing in Texas is more challenging than playing on the Sun. Yeah wouldn't it be locations on purpose. I would explain why the Athletics Order Goes State Department Store City. RV Dealer Rate Additional Alabama. The city. It's IT'S A it's a game that expands and contracts and yeah the Sun. The Sun doesn't have open carry laws and that's why Texas the harder level. Oh yeah I mean who has ever really conquered Texas about it. Peres the sun beating everyone ever so the bulk then the next level of level two okay. You'RE YOU'RE IT'S A. I think it's like a property. Escort mission kind of thing. You gotta smuggle this stuff and It's a fetch quest. Well I'm thinking I'm thinking GEICO's Virginia Tech and Kentucky or there and those are two contraband friendly fan bases right so the bridge. I was trying to draw at the top of the show is balch is also a high degree of difficulty danger in terms of running into an older person that you know who doesn't like you I would also do this The bill contains in what you see in level two which is the first boss and that would be led boden. You have to you have to get around a One cannot get around right but the advantage you have is at this point limbaugh so tired childcare and if you if you remember the trick is is tired but they gotTA bedding department man Mr but you have to stay back from him because throwing weapons little inaccurate right doesn't use the very often says Linden Boden join your party though. Oh that's a good. That's a good wrinkle like he's the boss you defeat and by doing so like Oh. The Belt Spell wore off thank thank you I respect. There's something happens like this has got to be one of those. Like one of those ultra rare magic the gathering card because I mean if he finally bowed game over. I'm sorry through all those woven belt you so like it to me. It's he looks around and realizes like they've been forcing me to do everything here with you. The one thing I like to do you just prefer to join your team right. This is won't be friends with him and I'm fine with that so let that because we don't want to defeat Lynn Boden. Mm Bud foster does belong like his final trump of gun boden. Bud Foster's final place should be in bulk like like I kind of I kind kind of picture. You going into a Virginia area me and housewares. They have their picture his corpse encased in glass like just in a rain of Virginia Belka location location. They're like Oh yeah. He always had the most sensible pants. He's the he also definitely a guy who's like the tools all clearance. No Sir yes but foster is the one who like shows you how to use your inventory. He's like look. How many spots there are if you drink more beers? You More room he's the one who gives you your inventory handwriting. Your lunch pail right right right. That can somehow hold like nine shields. uh-huh yeah I'm going to carry twenty three cases of bud. Ice Rank. Joy need consisted offense in here. No doubt I would like another beer. Here's another case of bud ice. So what is the Birmingham Bowl. Then what is its equivalent. Okay so I have an to answer for this Birmingham Bowl is based. Let's see it's in the city of Birmingham which has itself Hills all around it and that has big rose leading down into a kind of armed out sort of they got a big statue of a Greek God as fallout or okay APP. You Got Red Team Blue Team. It's missed I'll do that. Miss Remember Miss has sort of enchanted. No no it's it's missed M. I. S. S. A. D.. Get Ah the thing to remember. Missed sucks and being in Birmingham sucks doesn't fall reading books. Though that's why Cincinnati's can't can't be here yeah bet. Brian has their books about bear Bryant of it it does not actually talk about football on accident. It's sextant Cincinnati's in this such a year and you're fucking reward is here. Go play this like corpse. The Boston 'cause which actually can be kind of fun on offense but I think I think. Aj downs leaving in. Won't be playing the game like in the Birmingham Bull. What a fucking reward? Also like your headless write. US just got fired. You're from Boston. Yeah and guess what. You're going someplace warmer than Boston. For the Bulkin. Okay okay. Cool where arming have garbage. They should have gotten auburn spot in the outback. I know that's not how it works but I would've loved to see Cincinnati Minnesota and just like so many angry midwestern dad's in Tampa Bam like. I'm I'll prove some Danny one. They are they going to Vestavia. balling begin improving things. One One red light one usual return out of the week is is going to the Stadium Hills Olek share. You know so. Congratulations since he. You have like one of the best seasons in school history and he gets go to Vestavia baby hill bowling bowling out. It's just that you put together. And it's the worst prices right showcase possible. You're going to Birmingham Birmingham Bowling Alley. So I think the bowling alley. That is our first of all Birmingham. Sorry I said it sucks Abraham. It's fine it's fine because because it is not many other cities in Albany but like I think the bowling thing that that is how you how you make it. Through this level you have to defeat the bare bare ass bowl trophy. God in Bowling Vulcan. You have to you. Have your out bowled. Volkan extremely confident about his bowling abilities. Automation on his assets. Amazing Remember Vulcan as the Vulcan is. Probably I think the largest in the world because there's the front of it that faces the road you're on the back side. All cheeks tremendous amount of man opposite of the Jerry. Richardson Statue. which doesn't know ass slogan Okay Jerry Jerry's but died so that vulcans could live also the jiggle physics on this thing? It's amazing the camping living world is let Jason. This is definitely hideo. Kojima came out the man she jiggle. Physics are incredible. Well there are two Kojima things here because there's that yes which I had already forgotten in my brain even though I was the one who set it. So thank you Spencer for putting bring it back in there now it's stored. The the other thing is when when I put camping world in his column I wasn't thinking of RV dealership. I was literally thinking of a planet where everyone assumed I was thinking camping world. How Kojima would say go to camp world world? This is the these levels. This is the one that has come closest to actually existing in like two thousand worlds. Yes in in two thousand six the original founder of camping world. A guy named like Steve Gardner. Some shit was like we're starting a placing Kentucky in Franklin PECCI called Gardens and he you said it was going to be a combo of Disney bass pro shops and the camping world stores. It was going to have amongst many other things a five-storey permanent permanent. RV Show like a permanent RV expo and a camping museum. What the fuck is a camping museum? Oh that's when you bronze parts of people that you find a go back to the five story there is going to be. There is take like six hundred fifty thousand square feet and so they announced two thousand six and then the recession hit so they couldn't build God Damn it can't but this this could have been a real thing and I am so confident. Camping world would have demanded that Therre Ball game be played in Kentucky on the Fifth Story. One hundred percent off so what happens on the fifth story of camping world like our helicopters flying in. RV's and I guess so. If that were the is that a man that would have made for great fast and furious movie. I wasn't it's all in our visa. It's very slow I think. RV's progress from new to all this as they get toward the they go unsold RV or Ask just getting increasingly desperate decades and then the pile of discarded. RV's grows higher and higher. and that's how the uprising begins the storm they storm the The elites an RV palace. Yeah we've made an entire video game store. Camping Camping World Unite Campingworld. Also that sounds like human history as of like five million years ago or whatever. That's all we did. Who's GONNA camping? Everyone five thousand years ago so everyone until we started planning plants in the ground so camping world is also if you think about it already an existing thing video game and that's the Oregon trail like camping world the game and if you have to like I think that you teams in this game are sort of the too perfect examples. I can play this game. You can meet the banker that's Notre Dame where he just like. I don't really know the show but I have a lot of money. I'll pay you for your food. I'll pay buffalo. Oh for its pounds of meat or you could be Iowa state which is like being a farmer or something like I have no money but look at all this fear you carry back to the dances bear. No it doesn't I shot a beer out of there so hard to Thank you this is also by the way you're talking about things that okay okay. Camping sucks I have no sympathy for Brian Kelly at all okay ever objectively bow. Wow what a different change of old God happy you speak poultry. We'll give you the courage to say this. But like if you're Notre Dame fan you've you've won ten games. I I think fourth year in a row and the rest of the nation is still like math. Lca whatever all set out everything. World'll lucky to be camping around ball. This is the I think at ground level. Forget what. The extremes of these things is like for the people who go to them and sort of just think I was going to be a good show or not or a high going going to Orlando again. This is awesome. Forget like Notre Dame in Iowa state like thinking about what he do this war for like everybody just feeds me I tend to think of the players is like very intelligent. Like young men who are also bears. Yeah right what are you gonNA do warm. I get delay pool. Everything's mostly paid for. And Hey that sucks but there's a fan. I'm not an Indian. There's a better than even chance I'll get into a brawl with my opponents said a bellyflop contest jared actually did handle. I got that going for me. I think that was a different bowl. I remember that Louisville approval was one of the teams. But yes. This definitely happened in real lettuce. Can we all agree Iowa. State twitter will be a nightmare if they beat notre dame like he will chest and I'm not even saying undeservedly so but they will be like a fire rights is we will dare doubt existing superstructure and the new world cyclo. It'd be pro campingworld camping world's camping. Can you imagine camping. The Notre Dame fans I think it's glancing. Yeah that's a radisson yeah it'd it'd be cool. I like the vantage actually worried about the ones who are good at camping right by camping on the embrace hardship right right right like I think you know you worry about Virginia attack camping right. Oh I was thinking Notre Dame fans are good at camping like like I guess I guess Super Hardcore Virtue Believers who were like you know I don't eat. I don't eat for a month because Jesus didn't that kind of thing When you say private those people reject football too you though? I also don't feel like those are Notre Dame things we can say private school kids. Who are good at camping? I think into the wild so they'll go to the woods. I yeah you're GONNA make it like four days. Yeah Eddie vedder alright a whole album about you. It'd be great. The holidays are here people so you might have friends this family potential business partners named Matthew mcconaughey. Hey you name it coming over to your place. And how are you supposed to convince him to invest in your gym franchise. It's called all my flexes live in Texas. If you still have that Sofa you've found on the street. Five years ago it's time to spruce your sit came up with Boro. Boro WPRO. Sofas are not only comfortable and frankly excellent look at. They're also super durable borough uses fabrics. That are naturally scratch and stain resistant. 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Vox Dot com slash decode. That's Rico decode and pivot. Give it to award winning podcast that you should check out today. Thanks and happy holidays. Hey I'm Jason Dill right. I recently wrapped up a land of the giants. The rise of Amazon. In this podcast we examined. How Jeff bezos turned a small online bookseller into one of the most powerful? We're full companies in the world. We start by exploring how Amazon prime became a service with over one hundred million members and the main source of the company's power. I mean I think that's kind of what Amazon's banking on right. You're just so often that you're going to go to any other sites. 'cause I mean I don't and we end this season by pondering. The question is Amazon is onto big you know and we just don't WanNa be the United States of Amazon. We just really don't land of the giants has been recommended by the New York. Times axios wired and more. It's a candidate. Look at the state of Amazon today. How we got here and what the future might look like? The entire first season is out. Now find out more and binging on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast APP okay. Let's wildly in the other direction. Action spent a new experience for us. What is the mobile level of this video? Oh have sunken battleship shift. Its boss you gotta go to the half suck your balance steel vote. That's all just the metal will not than they'll gear just the the hunk of metal. Yeah we need mobile metal you need you need Alabama mind and Alabama Line is located have sunken battles. Should we already go to bad. Returned to Alabama Kopech. I in Kojima. JIM IS MIND mobile. Alabama would be mobile Alabama Mobile Alabama. Yeah lights a battleship walks. It's a weaponized Alabama right and it's like you know. The battleship ship could just float. No I like this NECAS. If you made like Alabama the state into Mac would have a knee brace and it'd be like all hey slowdown fuck magazine. I see a very big creaky. battleship right is that what is that meant taking pain pills submit son. Does this make Florida. Like Alabama's Emma's rascal because it's time. Yeah the Pan Handle certainly is. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah this is this is again. I think for the people involved a completely different experience mobiles actually a lot of fun it's got a great like nightlife slash bar district rain. I've never met anybody who didn't simultaneously. Say that they had a very good time while they were there but also that the time took a toll on them right there third coast. They I mean they have their own Mardi gras right and which family which they label as. Oh Man America's airing midge third America's original Mardi Gras. Yeah they also real uptight about that. They also have the best fried pickles like per capita the per restaurant in the country and they serve them and spears as God intended. Yeah and they also have street pole vaulting in the summer in entire with an open category. Meaning anyone could go down with a poll attempt to vault in the middle of downtown mobile for the enjoyment of strangers rangers to watch you. Impale yourself in the middle of the street. I would like to read you the most cowardly the most cowardly sentence ever written on Wikipedia and this is on the Mardi Gras in Mobile wikipedia page compact. It's under this subsection. Comparison with New Orleans do the complex web of events. The three hundred year history of Mardi Gras in mobile. It is not easy to compare activities with New Orleans this. That's that's cowardice. Just come out. I'm saying take a side. We compete ATAS which ones grain. Which one sucks? So you gotta go to the talk page and find the real ship where they got to find the the the venomous battle between the two factions out. There is enough history to come down on one side also. My father fought in the mobile Mardi gras wars man. So there's a whole list of Mardi gras in the United States and some of the cities like Detroit as Mardi Gras. Yes crosse Wisconsin has Mardi Gras Orlando has a helical. San Luis Obispo. Oh Lord Jesus there. There's a good chunk of cajuns in In Wisconsin don't forget. Oh yeah that's fair okay. Yeah Different Different Certified Cross. I do the Detroit one. I cannot speak well the name is French. Never Mind TWAT TWAT is that French ever thought about this. I don't think it is but it doesn't matter we're already made it kind of looks for sure that's Detroit to you Miami Dade Miami of Ohio Thrilled Bahir. 'cause it's not Ohio in Ohio so you get you chain. Escape Velocity from Ohio. The two thirds of the team will only come back for this stuff and then leave again one to two years. Cajun's are in here. Canes fantastic year. Oh no I looked up Detroit just now because I'm like I'm losing my mind right because that was founded Detroit was founded by the Cadillac elect dude and yes. That's right. Detroit is French for straight as in like the water feature straight and it's named for the Strait of Lake Erie and then the the next search result right below that was why is Detroit called the Paris of the mid West Ha. I'm going to leave the answers to your imagination and we may continue man. I wish the lions like I wish like you know how of how teams rotate between London. I wish the Lions have won permanent game in Paris now. The lions makes perfect context because the Netherlands make perfect sense. Because what's more French than losing all the time and constantly smoking she got a point there from route strongpoint lady eighty eight. Today's cake the cake. Today's we haven't had a defense since eighteen hundred. What we did is we took the kids were done in? A MoD giving went to rifles Fonda lax time. I'm happy that people get to the mobile portion of this show where like Finally mobiles come up and turn it just shitting on well. I think we're finding that mobile a kind of rules in its own zone semi humble not so humble way but like I think the challenge and this mission is like this is kind of the middle of red dead redemption to where it's like all right. We have a pretty good little camp here on a lake. Everything is pretty cool you know now. We're we're making money. We could just stay here. You know we could just stay here but like you you you got this awful bosses to a new. We have to go to music succeed. Green need more music. I haven't planned. I got a plan. It's to acquire music So the Music City bowl which may this year feature Tennessee fans who mistakenly not even mistakenly bought under a very understandable impression that their team is going here and last. I've seen has had trouble selling them so I am hoping they show up and just boo. Oh everything just every now. This is the blame resides only with them. Because you've been involved tennissee football long enough to buy tickets to a ballgame. You should know you never need to Buy Music City bowl tickets you can just walk in. That's fair I think the plan should be for them to arrive at the stadium bring supplies and provisions and just stayed till the titans game and you can they let you walk talking with ipads and just watch your real game. Oh Wow yeah you aren't just got. PBS You can set up with some educational programming. The music scene believe is on the same time as Callie Illinois so tennesseans alternate entertainment entertainment. Strong strong word. They're strong now that I've said that by the Way Watch Calendars Illinois at Forty Five Forty Six barn burner Illinois brought the best out of northwestern. Didn't they it is hard to do literally the hardest thing to do and all of college football now. That's that's how good coach outgoing Louis Smith was selling northwestern like nobody else could right He got he got a five star match out of northwestern right so the music city is level I assume is the one where the controls change and it suddenly becomes like a rhythm game and you're like our understand this was like point and click. RPG before nearly no no just Hammarby you gotta you gotTa be you gotTa be cowboy. mckean's beer boot scoops. That's right boot like this is like it gets a little a little psychedelic and everything is on rails. And it's like okay. The video game director. It's really wanted to be a movie. Director rain is taking it out on me right now. Collect as many as you can. Just dodging just dodging the boards. Greatest Hazard which is shrieking pedal bars Whom all of Bachelorettes for some reason flaming scooters at you? Yeah Pedal Bar doesn't matter. Yeah you have to like the ancient poetry of the the beaches trucks cuties with their shorts. Take take take these cursive. Letters put live. Laugh love on the side of this wall and take healthy with it. Yeah put it on Instagram. A the teams in this or Mississippi state and local matters. It probably doesn't hold that level. PRETTY COOL I. We'll have a good year. I wanted to sea level rise from the wreckage of Bobby Pacino. It is. It is hard to remember that ultimately Papa John and it is hard to remember the sem say this only in this game because almost player issue sentence. I realized this board go ahead. I've got the whole. What runs right by the stadium? A river. Yes what are we already doing in this course we are clearing out the Bachelorette handlebar you are right. We are trying to establish a clear path but it true videogame villain fashion. We are but pawns rank clearing the way doing work mark for Papa John to flow up the river in his massive Camaro boat and retail global football. Need if I wanted to see a river runs. I'd go watch Tom. SKERRITT at Lok tap water ran with only garlic butter ono perfect perfect today. I've eaten sixty pizzas and thirty days. Only stronger address. The the Dave wants that Christmas Carol. I think we do. I think that was inflicted upon before we do that. Can I talk about a different Tennessee the fruit bowl. So this is this. That's popped up on my twitter up at Patty Moe. This is the Garth Brooks breakfast. This bullet is a real recipe on food network DOT COM. I read this. I clicked away before I just clicked and I was like breakfast. People didn't go all the way down the ingredients lists. It's it's amazing. So it's a Tricia earwood recipe gradient so the ingredients are two tablespoons of butter eight large eggs the Serbs for so be cool one sixteen ounce bag of frozen frozen hashbrowns such as Tater tots Thaad a pound of pork sausage. A pound of Bacon. What talks are not the same thing? They're not they're not. But as you can see quickly garth is not commit such as Tater tots after a lot of things in two thousand twenty one nine ounce package cheese and roasted garlic Tortellini. Hang Yep Yep Yep I ten ounces sharp Cheddar graded here's how you make it. There are four steps in alarmed and skillet melt the butter and scramble the as in a separate large skillet cooked the hash. Browns according to the package directions in a third skillet break out the sausage and cooking and tells Brown. Remove it and transferred to a Ball Cup the Bacon in the same skillet until it's crispy drain it on paper towels tear cheriton pieces. Ford Step Cook the Tortellini. According to the package directions layer large ball with Hash Brown Sausage Bacon. Tortellini leaney exit. Jason Serve Ball. atman climbed a ladder. Old Breakfast Bowl. Sorry Bowl I was hoping like just you could hold the entire meal in your hand like Apple Nelson Elizabeth Dole so garth brooks for breakfast when he's feeling demanding landing gear with three pounds a pot and colander to make him the world saddest. This is special. Six top breakfast change required no VEGGIES I. It always sounds so irritated on on the garth. janelle channel interstitial. So if if we could get if you are willing to make the breakfast ball for your family sometimes this holiday season and without even listening without warning them please let us know how it goes. Just here's what I want one of you to say. Hey I'd like to make breakfast tomorrow. Mum and then make parts breakfast. Oh for the family said. Can I can prepare your meals from that culture. It's a celebrity recipe and remember over the the eggs and cheese. Go on top. So they're going to have to get a layer down before they realize you put fucking Tortellini. And that's what religions Italian surprise. Try Oh yeah. I know that you're not gonNA. You shall not be free for a couple our. Ps Mom you have to do the dishes. Because I just needed three skillet so old guard who has three skillets. They're taking over botchy passer. I don't know how big y'all stoves is but one of my skill is going to have to be outside the fire. The one for Tricia one for Chris Gain Algorithm. Is that the trinity in your religion my religion although this is our community demand. We're not going to unless my place. MORE FLASH OF KEEPING COMING AND HASHBROWNS. Oh my God there's so much flash last shelf stable. Tortellini would have been a great present for the baby. Jesus because you know being a new mother next cook in the last thing you WanNa do it. It doesn't even need refrigeration. Holly I imagine the Shia Sunni split in this religion is whether Tater tots count as hashbrowns. Doc All I know. I know that you've seen you said that you imagine this boy. You're bucking William. Are you you guys in Williamson or Davidson gathering dunes. Okay just look outside your front door. This is going to be more like I think. More like the Yugoslavian uncivil war like House to house. Fighting is what I'm envisioning yet. Another bathroom comes on these. Potatoes can make all those. Todd assumes the folks topical the Sun Bowl Features Florence Sun bowl one last thing yeah sorry. Ten ounces of cheese is not a lot for the rest of this recipe. Because there's already cheese tortellini bonus. She tiny inches artists cheese awesome. Also I promise you I I promise you. That's not how much he actually wants. But TRICIA was like garth adopting twenty-five Jeez the recipe for the phone network. Is there like a little winker. Ten ounces coming like sixteen ounce bags are yeah I I of a bag out. Yeah I think you could buy a block like a black cheeses sometimes ten ounces. That might be where that comes from but also like garth probably add shit to this. Carnot right like hey thank you throw it. Can you throw a couple of French. Toast sticks in there too just for Dexter. You don't worry. She looks over there. Like I'm sure that they're wealthy. Enough to have a chef or cook to convert dead spouse. You'RE GONNA be feed hunger twelve but you'll sink dude. What do you think you think you're saying you're saying below the water table with this? Hell no no and twenty what he wants skill at salute this they bury your six down in the earth itself only got. My Dad just walked in and turned on the titans game. The Ryan Tannehill completed a long pass. What year is this? We certainly good now. The Sun Bowl features states Florida and Arizona. Zona will either be happy. Okay okay. What is the son level? Then if you have to do Usually go son you have to like Recharge it repower at something like that. Yeah Yeah it's usually like you've got a fire somewhere taking we're taking off guards dense breakfast bull shooting into the heart of the dying Sun to remind ninety five thousand. And here's why do you think they call it the heart of the sun that's just GonNa clog the sun's arteries so. Hey listen give it enough energy energy to get through. It's morning calisthenics. Collie you look at that recipe and tell me. That isn't a big ball of gas waiting to happen. Yeah Fair Point. This is also because Papa. John's shut down the Sun. All the sun's GonNa Bounce back to this by his wife the Muna Peleton how John doesn't see color now he can't because he killed the son the throat. Now we'll see color that's right. Give me back. My company March took me back to Sun. Man Papa. John not being able to see color would really explain his choice of neck makeup. I mean he is. He has a lustrous color of stroke read. Yeah sunburns really is Papa. John's looks like he accidentally sleeps outside a lot. David Yeah car yeah right right like. He's getting broiled gently broiled from all directions. Sounds like one of those bagel toasters. It takes five minutes. Yeah the ones that do a little like me. Yes right so the sun bowl by the way right now that the CBS CBS. Getting out of the game is this. Now they're only college football processed about this. This avian some minor stuff but like I love a lot of Sun bowl the first and the last like I like the idea that they will now have to like just on Saturdays. They'll just run into the sun bowl yet and they'll just make use nut set messinia talking about like who's got the best chance to get America's greatest pry when when you get to play in the grand uncle ball you know that you've made it literally leading the road to El Paso there's a parade every single ear across the country. There's there's a wide open shot here to for them. To kind of lean into the already existent apocalyptic edges the sun bowl that Jason covered on ener scient- dot com where we work a little bit last week. He also check it out like the Sun Bowl until the heat death of the universe credits. Yeah then we will fight in the shade on the sidelines under the hill. That's the only shade the One hill that everyone is screwing rolling on just jobs just hands ups from hand on the other manager that you The other thing you meet years you meet the manager of the Sun Who is a tanker Kaelin no term Everett's Dell's Oh. Wow you're right yeah. He does serve the Sun Star purposes. He does it's also job but he doesn't know that right now. Now the man worked for the jets he clearly has has no idea what it's like to work for any nation knowingly. He's too awful neutral to really perceive. Some checks cleared. That's aw no this is really been going for a long long time good enough. It's doing good enough. I think we're at final word. Final boss territory the final level which the Texas people. I think that the Texas Bowl in Texas is it's as good as setting for a final showdown last level of any kind of game as you could find. This bowl has at various points. This before. The Texans link basically went bankrupt. I think like in its original. Enter in its well and its second iteration is the Houston Bowl. They reached the point where they're like. Yeah the ball. Hasn't paid the conferences the money so we should do something about that but the Texas Texas full lives on despite its debts this was around the time when the NFL Network Broadcasting Wmu Rice now live from Houston to an audience of like one hundred thousand people the NFL. It's only good with money. This was also You could also tie the previous reviews. Bluebonnets bowl into this lineage. Wrestling has been like dying and rebirthing itself forever which that's pretty good for final boss. It's through bank. Oh that's true yeah. It does have multiple thirties. It's like Super Super Mecca Blue Bonnet. Actually you know this is the Blue Bonnet Bowl. They changed the name about halfway in. They called it the Astro Bluebonnets Bowl. Wrong 'cause like used to hazards as rockets. Sure so like now. We're talking about fucking space flowers like. Yeah this the bull does have a lineage of like sprouting new more horrifying versions of itself is a Texas are coming from space. GotTa move is of Texas are upon us. Why do you think space got a telescope? I still don't have a good herm Edwards accidents but I'm full season. I know who I knew who you're channeling all you metrics. Yeah that's all that's all you gotta do asking the asking her methods. If it's hot of the sun to to be a question that I would want to hear him scold your mind totally hot hot. What are your own man? Is there a scenario. In which the D much ballyhooed multilevel business culture of Arizona state goes full six sigma and goes like walking over hot coals on retreat. Yes Yes yes absolutely Louis. If this to me doesn't rotate around. The Earth rotates earth rotates right Arizona State also all the people that are lying to the Joe. Rogan podcast is on your fire. Feel thank is on the Internet. You herm Edwards for two hours and thirteen minutes isn't easy is this is a good. I listen to it while I was well. It's getting kicked out of the planet while I was explaining explaining to planet fitness employees whether should like eat their own fingers. It's the latest health craze. I heard about it on Joe. Rogan your fingers beach. They'll make thank you live to the age of three hundred. What are we Jason? What is the next personal habit? You have that is going to be taken up by Silicon Valley assholes that you're going to have after. Get rid of Joe. Joe Rogan is going to be like. 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The Orange and Blue Sky Is Falling, Yanks Keep Rolling and the Guys Ride Bikes

Boomer & Gio

16:51 min | 1 year ago

The Orange and Blue Sky Is Falling, Yanks Keep Rolling and the Guys Ride Bikes

"Boomer and geo on the fan and the CBS sports network. The investors fact traveling studio boomer assize in Saudi boomer and geo on the fan simulcast across the country on CBS sports network. Good bonday morning. We are on location at boomers golf tournament for his foundation a great event every single year. It's a great commute for me. Not so much for Jerry, and Al, but they screwed every once in a while. That's okay. We're we're and I walk it around Shinji this morning after completing that five Boro bike tour. We'll tell you about that later. But this morning's really about the Mets and the situation that they are in. And I think it is time for real concern. This is an ad to slow start at things will get figured out. They've got injuries down to the rotation that we don't know how long are going to sort themselves out. And the offense is Hugh trid. We talked early on in the season about Jim Riggleman being there. Where Brody bandwagoning declaring this team was going to win the division and Mickey Callaway being on a short leash. That's something to keep an eye on as this team starts there. I hail spin of the year. Get swept in Milwaukee. Good morning, boomer, our you. Well, good morning. Joe? My legs are killing me. But other than that, I'm doing great. And it's great to be here for the twenty seventh year far off tournaments look forward to talking about that a little bit later on wall. So have while he Serbia on and we're gonna talk right with your eye with that your yes. Big fan fan. I know I know you love him. But anyway, we'll talk a little mix later on round nine o'clock or so y-. Here's the thing about the Mets. I hate to say this, and I don't want to be the bearer bed news. But I feel like what's happening now happened last year right around this time, this is where the tailspin started at the beginning of may. I think they lost eight out of their first ten I think in the month of may. And it got worse in got worse than it got worse. And now with mats and bargains and a team that. Basically cannot hit a baseball anymore. It is a is. Right. The sky is falling. And normally I would be a guy that would say, you know, we'll fight through it. Everything's gonna be okay. They'll figure it all out. But you know, because you know, all you have to do is look cross town and the Anki are figuring it out and the do have guys that have been out and have been replaced and those replacements have basically been doing their job and keeping that team above order. Hell they swept the team with the best record. And that's wept. Though, they won the two out of three who had a three from the twins a team with the best record. And the the the American League. So like, I don't know why the Mets can't do this especially with the pitching staff in the way, the pitching staff actually has played, but they may have just lost two fifths of that pitching staff. Yes. So I don't know how concerned the Mets are when I am with Vargas. But I know I can't get a read on it because they with the injuries and the information. I mean when Stephen Matt's gets sent back for an MRI, and it's nerves, but then year Mickey Callaway say, well, it's just nerves. It shouldn't be a big deal me nerve sound like a big deal to me espec-. How well Stephen Matt's has been pitching. And they say it's a slight hamstring strain. For for Jason Vargas when you needed the guy you desperately needed the guy after eighteen innings the night before to go out there and not give you a Vargas performance. I can't get mad at him forgetting injured. Just another bad. Luck thing on top of it. But there's two major major problems with the Mets one is they don't have starting pitching depth. We heard Brodie van wagon and talk about all the if going into the season, we don't need if all over the place. Well, one of the biggest that he left on addressed was what if you have some injuries that rotation? Are we going to be seeing flexing and owes Walton we're now going to take that a fan and maybe take a big asset of the bullpen and Lugo put him in the rotation. He never addressed that. And the other issue is this offense. That was so great that we kept saying, I feel like it could be sustainable because it's the young guys that are are hitting has not been sustainable resort. Not hitting where he was which is. Okay. But he's been you know, he's been terrible in the field. All right, Kono's, not hitting Frazier is not hitting Nimmo is not hitting all these guys. You basically being carried by Alonzo? Someone Conforto and McNeil. Yup. That's everybody else that Romo, you know, did well early on. But I I mean, it is it is really frustrating. And I have to tell you. I don't know if it's just that, you know, everybody gets comfortable in this in this locker room in his dugout. That's the thing. I worry about you know, when when we made fun of Mickey one he took this job two years ago about how they're gonna love their players. And we're gonna love that you know, there has to be an edge. I'm sorry. There has to be an inch. And I know that in this day and age having an edge is almost impossible, you know, with Aaron Boone and the way that he, you know, kind of creates relationships in one of the reasons why they wanted him over Joe Girardi and all that other stuff. There's something to be said about what our moon has done with all the injuries that they've had. But this seems to be a really relaxing kind of situation for the Mets. And this is what happened last year. You know, it's not okay to get lost in these. Losing streaks. Yeah. How about this lineup yesterday? Yeah. How about how about here here? Just take the sweep they'll then have it. I have it right here. Just take it. I do this all the time. The Mets I feel like do it every single Sunday. I wonder why is he L A wings? A wise yelich plan then while he was on the DL. It was his first game since Dan day from. So that's why. But he but a nine the Mets they you do. It's home runs. Right. Of course. If he hits a bomb guy was on. It was unbelievable. But no when the Mets toss out that lineup on a Sunday. I mean, do you give them a little bit of pass because they played eighteen innings the night before I mean, because I don't see this was a dire situation for the Mets to go out and get a win before they go out now to San Diego before coming to that. And to say that they're they're aligned anyway was going to be any better. Well, I mean, they're starting lineup is going to be any better. But you know, for me it's all about falling back into trap that they fell back into last year. Yeah. You know, what's going to be fascinating to me is how Brody handles this adversity. So we saw him pull the plug on d'arno very quickly. Does he take that mentality? Now with other places on this team. Does he DFA Todd Frazier because he can't hit a lick those? He really put the pressure on Mickey Callaway because he's got Jim Riggleman. They're like so the Brodie van. Wagon approach to this season is going to be really interesting to watch. Because this is a guy who put the pressure on team to be damned good. And yet us come get us. We're the favorites in the National League. So he put the pressure on the team. So that means if they continued to underperform and start to slip farther and farther back in the Annelies standings. Then that means that things aren't going the way that he expected them to how far does he take it? Plus another part of Brody. That's fascinating to me. Is this positive attitude thing rights, can you be both? Can you be cutthroat as a GM better? Be. And also be Mr. hey, everything's great around here. Be the best that you can be positive attitude. You're going to be great. We're going to be great. But then the ax is coming down behind them. So I think that these are things that he's going to be learning as a first time general manager in the media and the stuff that he says, I mean, he's going to be held accountable for. Yeah. It's going to be held accountable for it, and he should be. I mean, everybody got all excited. You don't want when he made the trade for. Canot and Diaz and brought in Ramos Ramos, and you know, at the end of the day for me. It's all about whether or not this thing is going to change. And it hasn't changed as a matter of fact, it's almost exactly the same as it was last year. So I am on the side the only differences as last year they got off to a great start. Yep. This year. It's been kind of middling win one lose to win to lose one that kind of thing alternating winning and losing. And then now getting swept at the hands of Milwaukee. So they have lost five out of six games. So the walkie brewers. Yeah. It did. Brutal and brewers are a good team by. But as their pitching staff is not that good. Yeah. Yesterday, Davies has been unbelievable. What he was great yesterday. We we look at their ERA as a staff. It's not great. Yeah. I mean, they also go right now. Because of what happened what happened over the weekend? Yeah. Yeah. No. I know yesterday had no shot. I mean, it was basically Davies and then the fat guy came in before whatever his name is. And then who's humongous? It looks like me on the mound last year to fifty three with the skinny arms and. Hate or came in in the night the guys on touchable. But I I am on the side that if Brody van wagon says come get us and Eli's favorites than you can't wait around with some of these nonsense that Todd Frazier shouldn't be on the team. Brandon Nimmo if you can't hit and you can't play. And I know you got a smile and everything was great last year a bright spot. Then you're not in the lineup. Mickey Callaway if you're going to continue to mess up the bullpen, and I feel like you don't have a handle on things, then you're gone. You can't have it both ways you can't say that this was going to be a big year. And then we're going to go out championships and this year championships in every other year championship. And then just let this happen. I mean, I don't want just a mistake or two or the guys getting crushed in the clubhouse. But I mean, you think Todd Frazier's ever going to become an asset on this team? Is that ever going to happen? Awesome out the next message. But that dot Frazier out you have to go to the owner, and you have to say, you know, we're going to get rid of these guys and the owners of probably reticent to do that. Here's the thing. There are three and seven in their last ten the Phillies are seven and three in their last hand. It's like moving day at the master's moving in the Mets have been either first or second place for you know, for a long time kinda middle in season five hundred season. Now, they're they've dropped below the Atlanta Braves. So it starting. Yep. Somebody better start recognizing that it is starting and you know, now, they're going to go out to play San Diego and San Diego's right around them to a five hundred team, but they had a huge win yesterday at the hands of the dodgers. Yeah. Walk off. Right. So I mean, so brody's got a couple of things to think about and one of the things he's really got consider is what is he going to do with this staff because if Stephen mats or Jason Vargas for Jason Vargas, all of a sudden had? They're going to have to start Seth Lugo. They're going to have to start to move when you do assuming that Vargas is gonna miss the start in the swimming that Matt's is gonna miss us. Now, we're gonna take one of the biggest bullpen assets out of the bullpen and put them in the rotation because because Brody van wagon and didn't build this depth with the starting rotation. Yes. And that's exactly what I probably going to happen that see that just that's rob Peter to pay politics. What you don't want to do? But you know, it's amazing to me. Is that the Anki somehow have kept this thing going? Yeah. Right on man, the sock man, you know, I was listening to Jay JJ's this morning. He's you know, two weeks ago, the the lineup in worse Angeles, IRO Astrada and Tyler way in the sock. Man. They sweat didn't. They sweep that series. I swept that series the angels. I wrote it lost the third one. I think they met a loss what-, whatever. But they won that series. Yeah. Right. Right. And then the next series in in, you know, in they that when he will listen they won six out of three. But think about that for a second. Yeah. The guys that, you know, have basically come in and perform for the Yankees, and what I would say is that when Hicks Stanton and judge all comeback and DD Gore's for that matter you talk about pressure. Those guys. Stepping onto a team whose backup players players that weren't expected to be here have kept his team afloat yet. How about to mingle her mind? I mean, this was a guy who we hadn't really talked so much about going into the season. And he has become Luis Severino. That's who he is right now, he's got that type of electric stuff. And he's mowing people down. He's been the MO the the Yankees most consistent pitcher, you feel more comfortable with him on the mound than anybody else. And I think that finally people are realizing it used to be all her mom's starting hopefully, he pitches well for us and that used to be the the mentality. Now, it's like Dominguez hormones on the mound. Like, let's go guys. Guys are best pitcher. So what they've done is is a maze. Ing the fact that they've stayed afloat. And they're going to have to continue to do it. Because I think Cashman said that Severino is not coming back to after the all star break. So you've got that, you know, judges injuries gonna take a long time. So those two guys aren't going to be around for a while. So. You're getting some guys back. But there's so many frigging guys that have been hurt. Like, you're not going to be hold until maybe August. You know, you talk about staying afloat. That's what you and I did yesterday. Oh, yeah. Stayed afloat. Yeah. We did forty miles for the fiber. Oh, bike tour yesterday. It was an awesome experience. And I have to say that. I thought I lost you at the beginning. I thought I thought I, you know, I'm about two miles into this thing, Jerry. And all of a sudden there's no GIO. Yep. I'm like what the hell happened GIO. Yeah. Well, I I did end up catching up to you. So my biggest fear. I swear I'm starting to believe in the self filling prophecies because my biggest fear was I was going to be an accident in the beginning because everybody's packed in. Everybody's hopping on their bike. They're all excited in the beginning. And it's chaos. So I'm asking everybody. Hey, have you done this before what's the start? Like what's the start like an everybody's telling me, he it's it's Harry, it's tough. So in my head now. So I get up on the bike at the start on nervous as hell that. I'm going dance nervous to me. Everything was fine. Because you I'm talking. Right before the start. I was okay. But when we started to move, and you took off, and I'm like all right now, I've gotta get on me. And I took off just got on my bike. And I started writing what else? Do you do? I'm not blaming you for it. I'm saying you got on seamlessly and you went so I get up on the bike. I get bumped. I cannot keep my balance at this point. And plus it's in my head already going down, you know. So so boom, I go over Domino's to other European guys. Don't know. I just know they were screaming at me and some European language. I remember hearing Scuola buco, Scott. He's got a call. I don't know what that means open. It's not a curse word. So he's creaming in my face. And then someone else's coming up to me like like, I had a stroke or so are you? Okay. Are you? Okay. Do you need medical assistance? I'm like, no, no. We have been started just got knocked over. Yeah. So I got up on the thing. I raced to try to find you. I was like there's now I'm going to do this thing with no team boomer people just going to be made like a total idiot for forty miles. So what Twitter like Floyd Landis thought, a friend cutting in and out of people? I thought I saw I went up, and it was another really tall. Blond guys that I made it, and I got are you? Remind your like maximum security cut people. All yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Adami lane cutting people off, and I finally got up to you guys. And then the rest of the way, I mean, the next thirty eight miles we did together. Yeah. In the rain, and it was we stopped for thirty seconds twice. Right. It. That's always let's go, man. We're not we're we're putting our head down, and we're going. Yeah. And it was great. And the best part about I think the whole experience Estee is that people had no idea who we are. Because you know, you're all bundled up and everything else. But I had number one. And he had number two people are like fascinated with based on number one and number two. So all those people out there that are driving this morning. Yes. I was wearing number one yesterday. So we were all bundled up. Nobody knew who the who the hell we were. And I would say the hardest part is going up. The verizon. Oh, yeah. That was insane. And I'm thinking to myself. All right. I'm on a bike. I can figure out this whole thing. I can't imagine. What it must be running the New York City marathon, you kidding me. I mean, I it gives me a whole new perspective on the people who run the Marathi, then I didn't have respect for him the first time, but knowing now how steep that is. I mean, it was crazy. There was music at the top to the tiger was at the top. He fired on to. You're all cranking it, yeah, we get to the end, and you get your metal and all that other stuff. And then you realize you've got another three miles very that was such a I couldn't believe it. It we ate. So there was food there at the end. And of course, all the calories that were burning we're starving. So I ate a burrito in one bite. Right down throat, and then got on a bike three miles at a very Staten Island ferry and then probably another two miles back to the office. I just kept sorta myself, man, man, Sarabeth pancake, Sarabeth pancakes. All I could think about gigs. And but you know, we were soaked. There's no question about it. It was worth every every mile. Yeah. And we appreciate all the people supporting us in our fight against cystic fibrosis, one of the things we're doing here today for twenty seventh annual golf tournament is well out here on Long Island so GIO. I appreciate you doing it and putting up with it. And you were you were mentioned, they say, and you you pulled through man, I was proud of you. Well, proud of us. We both did it. We did it together we finished and no complaints either. We just put our heads down. And we did it. We enjoyed the hell out of it.

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Three Wide, No Cover - Caulfield Weekend Racing Preview

Three Wide No Cover

23:47 min | 8 months ago

Three Wide, No Cover - Caulfield Weekend Racing Preview

"All the new intro and welcome to three while I had no cabot group went action this weekend. There are three of them to get through and before we do that. Let's welcome the two hosts that I've got an takes a special person to way Lilac Purple and pink checks. But that's what these two men aboard of the Taiwan Julian Vallance I. Oh what a great to see Willie just on vacation we brought the NFL champion down. Have you on board this? Rice tight is an absolute beauty and we take bad spring. Everyone gets to the spring carnival. Well if you're doing nothing on Saturday I get coffee because three great wines. It's an absolute belter of getting started this week for the first time since Spring Carnival Constantinople's back as well but it's the WHO the pink chicks snow bad as in like a picnic. Fifty ninth. Unfortunately the double denim for you back in the eighties again understood wearing a Malaysia. The middle you back day blonde locks from Bendigo Simo yeah often to use your hair and the because it seems like you come in everyday freshest dicey thank you for asking knife and it's a really in depth but question on these three group by now I would say every sort of the beadle would try every food and the hey probably Frank Frankie Frankie days at Crandon in the mind straight days and absolute reprint tampers with me into bed. Every two fascinating stuff. Let's get into this gas right into your trek port for coffee. That's not going to go to co Afield. Look at three meters track at the moment. Soft seven but drawing conditions and fraud. There's a little bit of Reina Back. But only about one to two meals and impact said it'd be no artificial watering on the track which. I think it will lay off the track to at least get back to a soft five to begin ply and then I think through the drawing conditions will up on a good four southerly wind fifteen to twenty five kilometers an hour. That's behind the horses backs in this. Shoot so it's giving them a tailwind in the shoot looked at the data he up full food. Three maters in this kind of scenario on spade is a huge huge advantage so I I would wanna be plying on the horses on spayed. I think Corfu apply what that especially if these trek continues to Roy. That's where you WANNA bay. I think that there'd be no less workhorses own spirit. The guy this weekend at Caulfield. Let's get straight into the first group. Rice ended ease the Blue Dahmane. Stikes twelve hundred meters and Hanseatic up the top there at two dollars. Fifty did wind from a tricky start. Rulership started at two dollars ninety against it last six fifty away game at ten dollars all the way down to. Id's man at sixty seven dollars. Hanseatic looks very very hard to break boys but I know Y game only loss to Hanseatic as well yeah. It's a beauty of a whole also expected to go forward. The maps decay factor. Here there is no doubting that in terms of the map. I think rulership probably Gates Evans really tricky. Because there's a couple of horses in saw it at the WanNa push up another. I want to take a seat on rulership but I just might not be afforded that opportunity. Because if they do they could be posted wide. Be Glenn gets a great spot a beautiful. Nado go forward. I think tanker more have to row forward from that wide guide as I said a White Guy. Moreau forward Hanseatic ways to five and he's price fiber. What do they do he's drawn guideline? He's got away with. They need so I drove in the hasn't been as many as sixteen horses in it. He won't be afforded that opportunity with a big field here of got him. Three back the riles. But he could end up even four back five. Back to riles. If Luke carries not aggressive from the gates. I think it's so important. Of course you got to walk out of the equation. Sometimes it's just GONNA go forward. It's a really tricky map. There is no dating APP. Roy with Hanseatic of Markeith retained so at the moment. He's no value for me at that price but I think he'll get out as the day goes on and if he touches straight here we well and truly a bit with. Maybe he's gone in blocking running. There is no debt about that. And how much do you factor that into your pricing? Lock in running. If he gets the lucky is the best horse in the race. There's an idea from that. Three from three. He's won the prelude. He won the preview. He's Times in the preview or outstanding to start back when he ran eleven flat and he ran again off probably where he didn't detract wasn't any five rule. She had a chance to baiting. He knocked him off. He's a beauty. But LUXA factor. Here it is all it took hanseatic own last stop because Judah manager that saw barrier and authority. Get back to where we did. But what I didn't know was that he proved me wrong by being an absolute style. That lasts two hundred. Mehta Gallup was outstanding but these throws in another puzzle doesn't it he's joining so at all. I would imagine a lot of these jockeys when you Rodney two year old. Blue diamond jumped. I quick that I along and they run six furlongs and they'll try and just be comfortable tempo especially from the nine hundred run through to the five hundred South. Hey can begin as he can without being wrapped up and pushed. Hey can be close to maybe sit in a box and maybe that toothpaste back close agility tactical move with Luke carried deciding to Rod Hanseatic and not why which is one allies. Rice's on including a magic means but Hanes Yeti can follow a beautiful girl. Let's be Glam. He ran fast. Tom That hanseatic on the prelude Gallup's rulership will be on speed. That's he's advantage. He's got great guides Boro Af go glenfiddich story. It will be back off the speed but the one I want to be with. He is a tried and true the six lungs and that is a why game. She's Boston it. So she's an unbelievable rice holes to do what she did. She met Hanseatic in the most in Cuba and she led and got it all wrong and hit. The running. Row and Haram was terrific. Ever since she's been told to relax a rice and seed off a hot speed which he can do from the outside barrier. Remember this just one running to that band. She can follow rulership. She can follow tag. Allow our narrow. I if if she kicks in solder she gets the best running the rice and she's got that turn of foot and she's proven at six furlongs absolutely bone proved she comes off. A magic means win. Shed a little victory in Sydney after that. Magic means win. She settled in little birds in the tray out there. Coalfield suggested her pace of work on Tuesday morning Wednesday morning wherever she had a little. Zeba was very very good night or on a white guy and some day for a state. And you're saying bit light on Hanseatic across you know let's get into the maturity which is rice number six and a very good rice. It is to go to superstars super SIP and Melody Bell off the top of cold and not far behind while planet is at twenty one Melody Bell Five of six at fourteen hundred but it didn't win fresh last campaign and super-safe comeback terrific order. Four wins at Caulfield as well as I loved the track all the way down to caveat which is one hundred twenty six Jews yet. Matt Really Important. He at not much spayed at all on paper. I think Straits of everyone can go forward and probably late on the quick seven-day backup. I think it's a perfect spot for a super seth. You can probably later or just behind melody. Bella think has to go back and coating he's Mo is to go back as well. He's the advantage for Super Seth three or we spoke in a bad the last couple of weeks three rooms against the older horses just based on what we through the year February March April days of the Times. You WanNa be with the three year olds and a hate is one. Recently Alabama Express won the group one and stained at Bay Delays Eissa. The three year olds have great record against the older homeless storm of the year. I went back and looked at some coffee guineas horses and winners that have running the maturity in history. There's only been two in the last since two thousand eleven. The rice went back to four eight hundred meters. It was Mardi boss who started one hundred. One of the coffee with guineas just was fooling the back of the tally in most races. After that just absolutely lost these why and all too hard was the other one side of the Donio too hard. I think super says design on with Suicide Oregon. He'll blow him away. So alligator blood was in this race after we what he did to catalyst last weekend. What price would he be? You think you gotta butter. It'd be five to fifty bit pretty similar again. I think it would be a little bit bigger sort of that. I- thanks for that will supersede the elegant blood. Nicole `field guineas fair and square or. He's I doubt women. Fifty nine and a half carrying the penalty was outstanding on a reineck. Dial-up these Gallup at you know he loves school field and he gets an advantage at wide variety of the fifty. Five kilos. He's drawn perfectly. And he's drawn perfectly wrought on the latest him as he straits of. Avalon wet for age. I'm not quite sure to have that in wall planet needs to step up to win this race. Not Small field. They'll dictate terms but guess who sits on the Hammer road court. Rhodium Nate Bansi man. That guy off I ween controller went back. You'll be sitting there on the point of the band and the white and white and then press the button and he'll paying he says a very very good Olsen he possibly could be the best railroad. Dare I say it Super Zip Kolding and also Melody Bell. They always go bid a second off their first runs. That's why I think Su- such a good a good rod familiar rice and I think he's one of the bits on the day they have it both boys on super set for the jury. We're GONNA hate to break out to the right. But the UGLY PLIGHT END TALKING TECHNIQUES A CHARACTER. Welcome back to throw. Wide Group went action everywhere this weekend. Let's hate to the plight. The group one hundred meters and Bivouac to Doulos Ninety at very very nas into Anaheim which is at five dollars at the moment. Very impressive two weeks back. Hey is to from two stops. I eight fifty trope and Opportunity at twelve. Bold style was good last week as well. Fourteen all the way down to Bonzo I which and I want to be locked at twenty six dollars Ole to roll twenty three dollars how Mahama is it. Twenty six and following dine one hundred fifty one dollars. I think it's pretty open. It is very open as it should be a handicap full sprinters. Four field around core field the Matt. Well they're gonNA go very very fast. Bowler muscle will go forward as one way back to coffee. Obviously suit team has to roll forward. Anna Hedo row four would be Wacko Tron. We just get that one one really good Matt be no doubting that map. He's perfect for BIVOUAC. Bit Of a Concern Anna. Haid could be posted on immortal. Really worried about each guy Horses like fray of debt is well beautifully concerned A bad way. It's map is going to cause each drawn and gate nineteen so there's just plenty of speeding this rice. It's GONNA come down to. Who GETS THE WROUGHT RONIT? Roy told him look. I'm going to. Start with beaver. Wack two hundred in the moment on mocking four dollars. Forty and guy absolutely everything or guy. V Max whatever I can give him and get him to four dollars. Forty expecting a big difference. A huge difference. And that's why I can't be teaching at the moment fifty five and a half kilos for a three year old I. It's not a legitimate. Probably Talk White. Say in the past. But it's a big white fifty five and a half. It's one the one one plenty of three year olds of one. These Rice da spangled banner wakened Hustler. But that was going long white backed I do perform well in it. Encryption ran second in it last year so three to have a great record in it but fifty five and a half really worries me. Say Boy at fifty eight coon win it. Fastnet ROCK DID. We don't with fifty seven but the horse was getting around extreme choice back in two thousand and seven. Eight carried fifty. Four kilos ran third people equitable homeless lock. Extreme choice off you can win it with fifty four and a half. He consumes me on with the Philly Anaheim which was brilliant winning lost dot eleven. Three high off a fast tempo map as a slight concern. But she'll be on spayed and that's where you go to Bay Caufield. I'm not to shoot being white. It's either one tune won't be a worry clear on with Anna hate. I think she can win. The philly loss Philly to win at Brandy was of course. Miss Corner Greg shed. She loves shot. Three right awkward aside. Yeah Josie is a lot of speed in this and it always sets up because it's an ugly plight. They live far from the inside guy also. He's electric out of this. Played Out of the gates and he's going to roll forward and then all of that that you mentioned on the outside computer just collapsed. It's IT sets it up beautifully family to take the seat and she can take the seat and then allows Bivouac to follow. Her Bald Star will follow BIVOUAC. And they're the whole says that on leaning towards because both style who may grant on. Anaheim dot when I ran one to twelve last time. Bivouac was that cool field this distance. He ran three too fast time. What BALD STAR GETS HEATED THREE KILOS? And you can see it a little closer from eating meat so I'd bear and he's going to be ruled on bivouacs Emma O. Would think so bold stuff for me. Sits fits this profile absolutely beautifully. He's h odds and teams absolutely flowing to after winning so both star at a loss to sit field get tests and white relief and who are the dangerous and BIVOUAC. I'm GonNa take on on the day because at fifty five and a half I up. Haiti cut conditions against this lot. He's GonNa be head he's apt to be at his brilliant best and emaar just proves wrong but I want to say it. I go to analysis as you get and speaking of analysis one of the new segments this year on fray we'll have no cover east talking techniques. Jews did a beautiful job last week talking about the tracks. Have I applied the wind? That was very very informative loved. Everybody loved it now. It's this these two we talking tactics. Yes thank you. Brownies new segment coke talking tactics and we're talking jockey tactics and I want to take you back to the Fifteenth. Flemington allegata blood and catalysts that Ding Dong battle in the series is. Let's rip up replace show. We got the berries at the forty nine to fourteen hundred allegation of blood. We Know Roy. Maloney wanted to lady in this race with the lack of speed. But what I love about James McDonald on catalyst on the answer. He has missed it. He's lost to Gipson can be slow. He declared his hand really early south. We stopped what right here and pulls it elegant of blood tixx up. The lead giants McDonald giving allegation blood. Akilah doesn't want to lose that advantage. He wants to be wrought on his girth. I know I love this tactic early doors. Then we've got your deal. Reagan violation. Ea off a long break dino of boxing seating and then della son guys back. Benny Melamine sold pets. Let's roll the tape now because what happens here in a small field not much John foulds raw maloney technically wants to control this rice. Thales into the eight hundred to the seven hundred amok. Hey wants to control this. Rice Paxton Tampa off gets over rising a little bit pause the film. What he what I want you to concentrate on his Chania dive arising first step off that long spell. Because Roy Maloney's back that tempo of catalyst is a beautiful position working Gallup out saw delayed and the race then follows. Now what we're going to look for. Here's Ron Maloney on the later. He's wore one pair of goggles on a rainy day. And that's a mistake because you can get foc very quickly with the heat off. Your is an old side of the Rhine of the horses. Mine heating you. So what's Ron Melendez? Left hand as we roll the tape. Expect the tempo off he's controlling it. He's a little uncomfortable. That left hand comes off. Peels THE GOGGLES. Down Rod. He so now he's Nike. And the Oh and you can seem squinting. They little uncomfortable. Wet Mine Fleshing. These fights weeping. He's all eyelids. Not Good. Suppose the film road he inside the seven hundred mark after Roy. Maloney makes that move. When you watch the sectionals. He starts clipping alone. Catalyst crepes up bat sawed him and then all of a sudden Ben Maller says. I don't want to sit in spring. I WanNa get going on Delasin. Brigham by violence flashes email four date and then sold patch gets a nausea run diming. Oliver Rods Felucca role the type at this stage. Catalyst is got the advantage because Roy Maloney starting to just nigger little with these hanes catalysts lap full Damien. All of the things can come at or I'M GONNA follow guide of blood the Best Olsen. I'm going to spring. In Saudis heels. Gives HIM A clicky? Stop the field alligator blood already on depreciate. He now from the six to the four to the two. They're running in Saudi live and sick. They're really clicking it alongside. I've sprinted hot from the seven hundred it gets the logs. If you'll deal della son off the Braudel and so- Pech viscount make up the ground. All of whose rice a little fresh on Chania says the advantages to the four was the best part of the track. This diet Flemmington on going to sneak up being sought alligator blood. Who's already off? The bridal catalyst is already traveling still with James McDonnell press the film. Let's go forward. He comes off the broad lines at ding-dong battle. All of the guys up being sawed then. He hits a flat spot after his long spell. But he's got two and a half kilos on allegation of blood and he's giving three and a half kilos on catalyst he and hits the wall a little bit picks up the Guy in light after hitting that flat spot neither rising the first time. Allegata blood gets Tequila. Catalysts catalyst allegation blood my mate on sit whites next time they run in the. Australia's dykes sit whites. Who Do you want to be on? He was written out of his comfort. Zone catalyst. I think you'll take a seat allegation blood you now. What you gotta get up on speed and a good turn of foot. He has to go up three and a half two and a half sit white shinnied on equal rights. This is going to be a Ding Dong battle. So patch was fantastic. Sick and best fast. This last one hundred was shittier. And the and the fastest last four hundred was catalyst on the DIA Flemington. You've got to fascinating rice. Who Do you WANNA be on? Inish dry guineas as we roll forward now looking at the summary. This is what we learn. Blood carried one. Keel. I LESS. He Wins. Boy Head catalyst. Well he may tell the guy to blood on White's for the Australian guineas it's advantage team. He'll be ridden differently. Quieter Shani Air. He's looking for sixteen hundred meters. He meets elevated blood and catalyst worse at the whites though for the Australian guineas and Cadillac jockeys giants McDonnell. He go find seven eight hundred dollars for excessive use of the whip frogs logs and six day meeting suspension. You know what that is folks. That's that's what we've learned. We'll be back after the break dunk while you're watching three one now. But we're making a hell of a show. Let's head around the country legislated straightaway. West right number twos Liberty Queen had the fullest onto of them. Through those times have started shorter that Adullah. Id So loved the pay. Moderate Tempo Stop at twenty two eleven to home best of the day. Boy Far Celebrity Queen can win staying. The Rice seeks number. Three perfect route had the three starts last. Barry Bridge was a fast ron rice one and a quarter second inside stained Tom. We love horses. Coming out of foster on Rice's perfect route fits that bill note to self check. The breeding holes are for five non. Salaam I like the use of the climb fifty one key allies the Luna Lot forms. Good enough and also sent him so there. You go Salaam at bill from Eagle Farm Rice. No one number five Emerald Kingdom four wins from tain goes and it's one of those laws four and they've all been writing rices. Emerald Kingdom can go onto began. Better things I think. Ballistic boy right site a number three he resumed. He was close up in a stakes race. Last preparations it's going to be the class of batting with the fifty five kilos e and. He's often nostril sitting there at Rosehill Rice. Five number. Six Black Magnum gets to eleven hundred meters with three betweens the bane and eleven hundred meters. Yes it was. A foster on rice lost three quarters of a second. So I'd stayed at Tom but I love las four hundred lost. Two hundred was good as well. We love that. Black Magnum can win. But it's a heavy tracking sick and to go to found on with the Jewish chips in and visit the night caufield on Blue Dot super-safe thing. It's the best place to horse in rising caufield on Saturday throughout against the older horses. Go forward perfect map. Yes third to stand out and cosmic force. The group to win is is pandemic. He resumes. You might get a bit across on the day. The pandemic regimes should break the NAS work. Boys let's get into the quality at coors field on Saturday. 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Little Atoms 568 - Luke Turner's Out of the Woods

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Little Atoms 568 - Luke Turner's Out of the Woods

"They says little atoms a radio show about ideas and coacher with me nail. Denny. This week loot Tanner on his memoir out of the woods. Luke Turner is a writer editor and curator based in London. He co founded the influential online music publication. The quietest regularly writes on music coach in place for variety of magazines, websites, and broadcasters and Luke's first book is out of the woods, which we're going to be talking about today. Luke, welcome to a lot of good evening. So the book begins with a picture of a word a painting of a forest, tell us why it's a picture being on my wall of my parents house, and I was obsessed with as can you know, where they things that you and your child you got bit you what frayed of things strange reasons, this is quite creepy picture of Epping forest with this sort of very nal old tree and figure disappearing into the woods. And I found it quite spooky picture to my parents even took down I've few years ago. Just because I found a gloomy and then when I was writing a book, I kind of the. Repaired in my mind, basely, this this picture, and I thought it was a good image to start the book with and oddly became too. So summarize of the ball in the was kinda shaped by of different pictures, and photographs and things like that. Which was quite interesting. So in the main the book that would of the title and the book is epic forest, whether they're all excursions to other one. Yeah. But we'll tell us about the Epping forest itself. First of all the history of it. How it was saved before we talk about your own collection to it. Yeah. Pink forest is a twelve mile. Bitta woodland ancient woodland that stretches from forest gate and Mana park in east London ri- out north three wolf and forest Boro. Pass ching third and hour into Essex proper Essex countryside. The twenty five actually now goes underneath it the big circulatory around London. So it's very strange place in it straddles, very very urban and the English rural and in nineteen. Th century. It was being cut down by various landowners for housing London expanded farmland. And so and it being the place of recreation. I'm work for the local people to he poor people would come in and lock the wood for firewood and London. Great demand on the forest for firewood as building materials. So it was very intensively managed landscape, which people had a lot relying on when it was being felled this hugely disrupted people's lives. And there's a man Thomas willing gal whose family is very palman whose family traditionally lock the words, and when the forest did allow was enclosed and they were allowed to go in anymore. He said sought that went in and broke the law and stopping the word, and he got arrested and this kickstarted become paint. Save the forest. He got taken up in the newspapers, and it was very violent campaign of letter writing and Victorian press, and it became the first conservation movement really people sort of say, well, we need to say. Save this place. It's right by London London, very choked. And it's expanding and his love potion and the corporation of London took up the campaign and through Vlada, very convoluted legalese, which to me hours to Wade through ended up saving the forest because I would claim rights of common grazing over at using the ancient forest laws because he had been a Royal forest a Royal hunting forest and that save the forest eighteen seventy eight forever is the pronouncement. And hopefully, so and you mentioned that that it was, you know, heavily managed often is the cage, you know, these places are often described as ancient woodlands, they've always basically been manmade creations. Yeah. Exactly. I think that's the the one of the real misconceptions about woodland in the UK. At least is it's all sort of primal, landscape and nature inverted commas. And there isn't any original primal woodland in in England toll and Epping forest was the. Pollen records suggests it was originally ninety percent small leaf lime trees of until the Saxon period. When intensive selection of management changed it to beach home beam a note because the three of dominant species today, so you can really see it's an it's almost industrial landscape in a way. And that was one of the things I found fascinating. When I started researching forest history, a lot more and realizing these places where with Uttley tied into them as people in the ancient past I think a great fear of forest, and because that's where dangerous animals live, there weren't brilliant places for us to to dwell. We much better off on the open plains where you could hunt move more easily. So they shape the early imaginations and any more recent history that the entire history of Britain, particularly was entirely connected with the management of Woodland's Patil before since Saxon times when when that species, selection and ING the trees, cutting them on a thirteen yearly cycle too. So they keep creating new would this? We're not. Began about your connection to the wood in childhood tequila. Yeah. We used to go. Looks granny lived right near the forest. My parents are from out and. London suburb now on the edge of Epping forest. And so I always loved going there. It was this really weird looking place trees because of the polar adding of grownup, very very oddly kind of looked like Heinz chlorine at the sky, and he just had this magical resonance for me. I grew up in my teenage is and welcome free edge about nine in very boring town round twenty-five, kind of commute to hell hole sort of place, which I know nothing exciting about told nothing beautiful. And so after I was this wonderful place. We go into drive off the most wind sunnier in the trees reaching overhead. And it'll look very weird among coup announced. He will love the forest live right up and take us in and we'd go and collect wood and built dams and all this, and it was just very special place for me as a kid. I think I was going through some very difficult times. When the book starts that I was trying to reconnect with the forest this sort of place of innocence, and childhood and. Wanting to be rescued by in the way that we told nature can do. And if I. And the other thing say about forests in Germany's they've always been a place where outsiders can find refuge. So you talk in the book about highwaymen, for instance, Hiram into hermit s- and in the modern day cruising grounds often found in forests. And indeed the central figure in this book who you always describe as the man in the forest who lives there. So let's think about him. Well, he was somebody I found via my aunt and uncle because he won't pass the house every day and he lived up in in a forest near wrapping. And when I start writing the book was going to be the social history of the forest because a ham being one in a long time about people, and I wanted to be interesting to me him. And so I went up there. Couple of times taught him, and he was just credible chiropractor, and one of the most amazing people have ever met he'd been chronically depressed, and when it's into the forest, and it kind of cured him. But not in this sentimental way that we you know, it wasn't nature, cure or. Forest bathing or anything, it was it was quite an extreme Q. I think convicts incredibly radical realignment of who he was and he lived he lived up there and kind of wandered around knowing the gophers, which I was very into. It was quite interesting really divided local people, you know, quite conservative around Essex, and some people hated him some people like to women tend to tended to really kind of like his presence and men golfing men as you driving men didn't really like him, and I found him. It's just it's wonderful figure who was kind of instrument in exploring the forest for me ready. And as you just mentioned the books, stay layer as sort of social history of Epping forest, but it also becomes story about yourself. And so we'll go there now. So you mentioned you were going through some tough times your story in this book starts with a break-up. Yeah. And that was the thing. I was kind of, you know, God man breaks up with go friend goes into forest and. Tries to himself was trite narrative. But it was it was it wasn't just the break-up ready. Was this sort of realizing that there are a lot of things that happened in my life, and they were still having consequences of difficult. Issues are not resolved. They were kind of almost sort of such insurmountable issues. There was no way to forest would work and times. I was writing a book. It did start becoming more about me because I started bleeding into the I mean, like a radiator not blood into the into the narrative, and I was writing a column for the court by the river website. And I did a couple of very personal. I was calm in forest, and the personal ones really seemed to resonate with people and people say, well, this is actually a universal story that you're telling encouraged encourage me along that path, and as I went further along that path into the woods, it got darker and more twists it more explicit and more honest, and that was an interesting. Process really kind of feeling that had to go down that route. And so from the brain bit begins to be, you know, an exploration of I guess by sexuality and visibility. Basically, tell us the the issues I guess that male bisexuals face. Yeah. That's we keep you told we live in great light and times as children are all sort of fluid around gender sexuality. I slightly question. Whether this is true just from hearing things about, you know, people on in London, metropolitan Bubalo, what have you? What was very striking was vials. Ryan booker. My secondary school had actually failed off studied inspection, Juta homophobic, bullying. Not you know, that's just outside news. Obviously this that this is a big issue, and it was for me growing up as a teenager. I was just no those no bisexual male visibility toll. It wasn't really discussed Bowie wasn't really big icon Nike is now or he became an I got into swayed, but they they kind of represented that full me, but they were never sort of really seen as actually what have you? And they were kind of a fringe thing. But I didn't know any by sexual people when later on aside interact with with gay culture, a lot of that actually was quite intolerant of bisexual men knows this sort of somewhat patronizing view that bisexual men were just closet. Extremely closeted gay men. It's very fetish is in guy world many ways in heterosexual seat bisexuality seen as threat not fetish as a toll like. Female bisexuality, which is a whole other issue is the fetish is Asian and eroticas -ation female bisexuality with it's very it's it's seen as threatening. And I wasn't it wasn't really any writing anywhere that encountered in engage with this properly, again became something that fed into the narrative, and that school that you've just mentioned when you were there is obviously an all boys school, and you know, all boy school was even more than most schools have teenage boys tend to engender against we didn't in the nineteen eighties. Coal toxic masculinity. Yeah. I think it really did. I mean, it was a state school that had been a grammar school and still had that delusions of grammar school sort of straightness rugby was the moats on defining thing. I mean, just wigs I like to teach. I just couldn't stand the people in school with most of them. And it was it was this just a sort of nasty aggressive atmosphere. And if you didn't fit in with what was expected in terms of of masculinity than you're in trouble. I wasn't some sort of. Really picked on quiet shivering person that you but I did at lunchtime. I never played football. I go to library and read. Sometimes I probably gave us good as I got with a lot of stuff. But at the same time, I just found it. So so repressive I hated spore knowing that dominated everything and the kind of emerging sexuality of boisterous nece of Tina teenagers. I I really didn't like I still find. Sometimes we see bunch of teenage lands on the on the bus. Oh, ever find it. Very timid taping. It's weird. I'm three times age. I still fall times. I still find it strange that presence. You're listening to little atoms. I'm nailed any to them. So to Luke Turner, and we talked about his book out of the woods before we broke just left you at school. And there's a little bit of experimentation goes on at school, which you talk about in the book. But then there's a there's an encounter in the toilets behind them in s into Dobbins weapons. It was a somewhat unpleasant encounter with a nasty old perver-, basic big. And another these little talk about things aspects of sexualities, the impact of this can have new, and it was really grim and horrible. And I I mean, I find that reading the extremely hard now, and it was very hard to right? And not as weird I ended up being in the book in some ways because it was book about the forest, but then that was a defining moment in my life. It really set off all sorts of bad behavior patterns and things that then with the subjects that I was trying to wrestle with in life not for into the book, and it being I wrote a piece for the quietest about that idiot Milo Yiannopoulos when he kind of made a joke about teenagers having sex with men, and I was like, oh, you know, I may jokes like that. It's kind of that masks, something really nasty. It is the toll conscious hours providing carrying the community for O'day pensioners, all or whatever, you know, just sort of like bleak British humor, and it is a coping mechanism and about new that behind that was something that was a lot more twisted on how to lot more consequences. And I'd read an article for the quietest about that. I got one wonderful response for big response. And people Senate find it, very helpful and people say similar things, and you know, they don't just started dealing with it through therapy and so on and so I ended up being being a big part of the the book. But I mean, as you said, it must've been a tough thing to revisit when you were right. Yeah. It was pretty horrible. Yeah. So I mean that incident basically sets off a pattern of similar incidents develop into basically the way that you approach your sexuality. I guess I mean, I it sort of becomes indivisible from now overshadows everything that happens, and, you know, his Paul of one of the reasons I mean, Joe in the beginning of the book, it's about the fact that your acceptance of you of your bisexuality, you think is what possibly making you struggle with intimacy longtime relationships, but of course, there's this thing in the background all the time. Yeah. I mean, that's the connected. Even the forest metaphor for the way. Everything's connected, and you can't escape. That fact is so yeah, it was it was working out sort of which bit had done which things which is you can was possible to live with how to unpick different aspects. And so him and the experience collegial relationship with nature if the woods themselves. Yeah. Because it's the woods and not just this sort of innocent Plato place of sexuality, and that's that's one of the paradoxes in in the book is their places where you I've those compulsive difficult elements of sexuality, but they're also I in a way, I kind of love the woods for sheltering behavior patterns that are not tolerated by society and allow people in escape, but it's a really grey area. It's totally paradoxical very difficult place. You know, these people going into forest have sex, but that impacts on other people. So it's it's a selfish act as well as being a liberating act, and I felt that that was. That was really got to the core of how paradoxical forest how they're just very very complicated places because they allow us to do things that society would frown other people would frown on the damaging to other people. And so on say mail by sexuality something wherein at the time. There wasn't that many role models, and is not something particular talked about the abuse suffered male male abuse is not something that's talked about as much as well. The types of abuse. And this lead you into compulsive sexual behavior, which could perhaps be described as a sex eviction which again is something else. Really not it's often. See it as a job. Yeah. People think oh, you can't get dated to sex and a lot of these idiots like Weinstein or Kevin Spacey of sex addiction is excuse for what I think is an abusive power. It's not sex. It's all abusers are tall. And I think is very. A dangerous thing happening where the two things being completed. And I don't understand people say, oh, you can't get addicted to sex you co compulsive behavior just greedy people ever people don't know what they're talking about. There's a lot of medical research increase in either. The is an issue and I've spoken to love people who suffer from that behavior. And just because you're not putting something inside you to make self high or to create a reaction that with cigarettes tobacco drugs, or whatever you it's kind of a more terrifying. Because within you, it's like, a your own body, and your mind unleashes that particular drug, and I hope is it gets bored. More researched. I think it deserves more research. And it is such a thorny undiscussed to issue, and as you know, we live in these sex positive times, I think now everything goes promiscuity liberation and so on and so forth. And I said well, as I actually the helpful way of looking at things again is a massive gray area between Neil conservative kind of sin narrative and the way sex positive anything goes narrative, I think there's a far more interesting and complicated place somewhere in the middle. Which again was what the book ended up being kind of everything about the book is going hang on. We live in a really binary time. Everything has turned into binary opinion and binary ways of seeing things and what we need to be doing is going, right? There's these really tricky and thorny nasty places. The only way we're going to deal with stuff is by getting really deep into them. And I'm picking them you mentioned, then there the narrative something we haven't mentioned so far is the book. Also story of your religious upbringing. Your father was a Methodist preacher, and you're still a spiritual person, shall we say, and I guess in as well as having this abused narrative in the back of your mind when all of this compulsive behavior is going on. Obviously, you're also dealing with religious upbringing. Yeah. I'm this thing. I've really realize now how much the book is about religion. Because people keep asking me about. And I realized it was because it's part of who I am with it. I've never wanted to reject it. Maybe I've tried at times by like, everything that was huge positives and huge negatives from my parents, so comfortable loving upbringing. And that was all shaped by their religious belief, and you know, recent years, I've not felt that the kind of militant atheist movement has had anything to offer what so ever apart from its theism of itself. One like most seasons control by miserable. Bastards men dictating how you shouldn't shouldn't believe in pompously pronouncing judgement. There is bad probably worse than religious people because there's no love. There's no charity does no carrying there's no community to to that particular, even I really loathe it. I find Butterball joy in the Christian faith in going to church where impotent London where people say London's mouth knit, multi ethnic place, people don't really interact between the different ethnicities. Go to church now be twenty thirty different groups, ethnic groups, and people diff- nationalities worshiping. I think a wonderful thing. So I wanted to bring that into the book, and I wanted to go actually, you know, talking about religion of positive way is is kind of weird these days. It's it's it's not not very hip is it. But I have a huge time for for what the Christian faith gave me. I'm picking the sinful aspect was very very difficult. I think a lot of that narrative comes from American conservative, churches and other parts where Christianity thriving as it declines hair, which kind of have culturally, more, homophobic tendencies, and we tend to only here in the media about the examples of homophobia and hypocrisy when actually does this network of queer clergy now and quick Christians who particular active on social media. And I think again, that's a very nuanced. In Christianity is abroad church. That's where to say comes from. And I think that's been very interesting aspect to the reception to seeing actually is a lot of people even without religious belief who have sick of the eighth ius and find out the woods quite rewarding in the nuanced approach to religion. But that now it's in your right mind. That narrative is is. There throughout your childhood in your early twenties. Well, a lot of this compulsive behavior going on. You've always got the store gnawing at the back of your mind that you are somehow doing something sinful because on the one hand that narrative does exist within certain aspects of the judge. But I'd say probably the boss to the gay. And this is something that you probably confusing for that abuse their that was always there in the background as well. Yeah. I mean, the two things that always present. But the abuse what happened in that way. That wasn't really I would say something that maybe think about and that was more exploitative situation. You've got that sort of giveaways always carrying that sort of some gear from aghast. Yeah. I mean, I think if you say something's not then you're gonna find it interesting. I mean that was the day. I've always found it quite odd. How the church is just religion can be so obsessed with sex and kind of forget about all the other sins. Could you know, I think a lot of energy spent by Christians attacking gay people could Farber ABI spent attacking banks financiers conservative politicians people like that. 'cause I got all my politics from religion really began. It's complicated jewel argument complicated. Joel narrative know, it's no wonder ended up Leonard Cohen fan, really. Without giving with. The journey the taking the book, there's a, you know, a significant incident happens imbalan-. You know, you at this point in a -nother longtime relationship, basically where are you now? I guess after this book is being written. Yeah. I mean, it's this guy. Oh, you don't want to go. You wrote a book, which has a great catharsis and everything's fine. And I was really didn't want to write a book that had this kind of very sort of upward trajectory positive narrative. And I wanted to write something more ambiguous. But we things are a lot better. Thanks. Yeah. And even your bench bit of it. But I wanna talk about what the reception to the book is being from various different communities. Yeah. It's been it's been a kind of bonkers been on your side fence, bright criticizing other people's work for decades. Now as the other way round of people have been really, really amazing. It's got lovely reviews. People said it's been very helpful to them. I've been so chuffed with the kind of quick community inquire world of being so positive. He knows I was quite nervous because I was quite critical of somehow by the how the gay community can be by phobic and so on and I was worried about how it would go down in that world. But you know, it's been great. That response. I've really appreciated that's been lovely. And there was one reviewed Evening Standard this Lutely bunkers shoeing of the book where I could weedy needy and CD, and that was that was very interesting because. People are really worried about how it takes us review. It was basically character assassination on me. And you know, I've been I've been around long enough to know that very bad press is often far better than good press and so's able to take that review and absolute use it to my ends and point out. That was exactly why wrote the book was this. Right. It was kind of. I mean, I am ended the review after load of people complained about it, basically saying, you know, full two year old kids going into public lavatories of fair game for pensioners. There was this sort of nonsense. Ebeling very bizarre victim blaming article, which I don't think anyone would have got away with saying about a young girl in a similar fourteen Roco who was having sex with sixty year old man was no way you'd get away with that now in a mainstream publication that Evening Standard. So that was interesting that review it can approved. Why had to write a book? There's just all this prejudic- still very much out there. So I took Luke Turner. We've been talking about his book out of the woods, which is in the UK from wheatfield Nicholson. Luke, thank you so much for coming in and telling about it. Thank you very much for have meal. Chairs this episode of little atoms whose produced and presented by me nail. Denny etiquette by sky Redmond and was first broadcast measurements one. I four point four. Let Latins is supported by eighty nine up and hosted by cast if you enjoyed the show, please do subscribe, raters Junes and even tell a friend. Thanks for listening.

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Shatter-Proof: How Glass Took Over the Kitchenand Ended Child Labor

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Shatter-Proof: How Glass Took Over the Kitchenand Ended Child Labor

"I am a Coloratura Mr Beast not Annette's. Well, whatever you are on record sal show Debra sent you over here. He didn't. You told me was your age. I nine and in spite of what you think. There are some professions where practice does make perfect. Julie Andrews pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman and still managing to shatter a wine glass with her gorgeous and super powerful voice at least in the movie Victor Victoria. But you know you can't believe everything you see on the big screen like breaking a wine glass with just a perfect flat yeah. I always been a long held ambitions. Break wine glasses of the sound. Some of you longtime gastropod listeners might recognize that Voice Zoe. Laughlin. Is none other than the star of our very first episode who said that mango sorbet tastes sublime on gold spoons hers is the voice that is inspired the purchase of a thousand golden spoons or at least a half dozen that we know about though is not just spoon aficionado. She's a material scientist and director of the Institute of Making at University College London, and this episode we were excited to talk to her again not about gold spoons. But about glass I mean even though I should've understand it on paper. Everything about glasses still sort of extraordinary mysterious like just the fact that is transparent when pretty much everything else isn't transparent is extraordinarily we have a lot of questions this episode for one. How did something? So seemingly delicate and breakable get to be so ubiquitous in the kitchen and also how come you could never put a drinking glass in the oven, but you can cook in a glass dish. What does the? Invention of the bottling machine have to do with a beautiful stretch of protected sand dunes along the shores of Lake Michigan or with the rise of Ketchup and Coca Cola and the abolition of Child Labor for that matter and more importantly can you actually shatter glass using sound did zoe pull it off by the way Cynthia you might not have realized this but this episode is dedicated to your mother glassmaker extraordinaire. Of. Glasswork on display in my house as we speak and I have at least five pieces of fused and stained Tama Graber, glass mom, this one's for you. What is glass? All glass everywhere in the world is at least seventy percent made of sand that's been melted down and it's mixed together in a way that the atoms don't have any kind of order them, and that's what gives rise to it being transparent. You've already heard from Zoe now it's time to meet our other two intrepid glass enthusiasts who will be inducting us into the mysteries of this material. This episode been Speiser journalist and author of a very enjoyable book called the World Grain, the story of Sand and how it transformed civilization and an Isa Ramirez, material scientist and author of another totally delightful. Book. Called the Alchemy of US humans and matter transform one, another Zoe and Isa and bins are all about glass. You cannot overstate how ubiquitous glass is and how important it is to the modern world in which we all live I'm just looking around the kitchen where I'm standing there glass bottles holding olive oil. There's glass windows they're glass fixtures around the glass lightbulbs to everything from you know salt shakers and I glass lenses to things like twenty ton telescope lenses in the world's most powerful telescopes. It's in the fiber optic cables that connect to the Internet fiber optic cables made it literally of Spun. Glass. So really without glass we wouldn't have modern civilization. So we've established that this miraculous foundation of modern civilization is made of melted down sand with a few other ingredients thrown in but to go back another step, and this is a strange question but what is sand and is all sand the same thing? The Word San means just any small pieces Greens right of any hard substance so sand can be. Anything, you know it can be flint it can be courtside anything any kind of stone but the most common form of sand. Most of the sand in the world is courts, which is silicon dioxide and to make glass. That's what you need. You need court sand and you need a specially high security court sand. This seems very fortunate. You need court sand to make glass, and that turns out to be what most of the sand is primarily because courts is so hard that it just outlasts all the other rocks is they're all getting ground down together. You do still have to clean the courts end. Up a bit and get out the last remaining impurities and you have to add a few other ingredients to lower the melting temperature of quartz, and then you heat it up, you need a huge amount of heat. So while I like one, thousand, seven, hundred degrees Celsius which mostly in Fahrenheit I mean it's over three thousand degrees Fahrenheit based bloody hot. Eventually the sand melts and then it re congeals and a weird thing happens when it turns into a solid again, courts is a crystal but glass is not what a weird structure because it's not a crystal crystals are actually made up of atoms arranged like soldiers. In rows but glass is sort of like picture of kindergartners at resets, atoms are all over the place, and so that's what makes it unusual but it's that chaos in the arrangement of atoms that actually gives rise to it having the property of transparency. This is why some people have said and you might have heard this before glass isn't actually a solid. You know that's a little bit of a rumor within science. Some people think that it it still actually flowing and then you'll see other research that says, no, that's not case and some people will say, well, if you look at old windows, you'll. See that it's thicker at the bottom and then another set of scientists will say that. Well, it's installed with the thicker end at the bottom. So it's still very heated debate to be quite honest but wait for it not as heated as you have to get sand to make glass. Thanks. Okay. Sorry. But that extreme heating process does beg the question. How did anyone figure out how to make glass in the first place? Yeah. So we nobody even knows how glass was invented or you know where I came from, but it is definitely been with us for thousands of years at least four or five thousand years. We know that because we've found glass beads dating back four thousand, five, thousand years in what's today Iraq and Syria, and then the Caucasus regions. In many respects, you can imagine this is a salty surrounded with lots of the raw material you need Pentti of sand, but also glass in the form of fused sand would have occurred naturally very very rarely when a lightning bolt strikes a desert, you get a structure formed where the sand has fused to form a solid amount of glass I'm not would have been a really extraordinary object. So that's how someone might have come across this wondrous substance in nature. But how did they figure out how to make themselves from plain old sand turns out? If you mix it with stuff that called flukes, which is comes in a few forms, you can find it in in seaweed leaders, certain kinds of plants that lowers the melting point. So the kind of standard theory is that probably somebody you know some folks on a beach somewhere in Phoenicia five thousand years ago. Built, up a big bonfire to keep themselves warm and mixed in accidentally some sort of ask some flux from plants from shells or whatever else is on the beach. And got it hot enough to actually melt the sand into into glass into sort of crude cloudy glass at various people didn't have a lot of control over what shape their re congealed sand ended up taking. It definitely takes a step up in ancient Egypt. We know that around twelve fifty B C e that ancient Egypt under Ramsey's the great had pretty style glassworks they were making. Perfume bottles, decorative items but this wasn't the glass like we think of it today. This was a long way from you know uniform pieces of neatly cut transparent glass. This was like cloudy Milky weirdly shaped stop is really pretty but not really all of that useful after the ancient Egyptians come the ancient Roman. So what did they bring to the Glass Party? I'm so glad you asked. So the Romans picked up on this art of making this pretty shiny stuff and really took it to the next level. Turn fact I'm going to do a little bit of sound down the microphone. Just. That's my fingernail. against a tiny I'd say it's about six centimeters. Glass object this is a tiny. Roman vol's made from glass entirely from glass that could have contained some sort of medicine little potion. E couldn't put more than a shot of liquid in it. It's very small is beautiful and perfect though he's Roman buys is adorable. It's slightly skew and the rim his wobbly and it's a Pale almost iridescent green. It's a really lovely thing and it's incredible to think is so old because it looks like it could have been made yesterday the bottle is greenish. Yes but it's also kind of. Transparent and that was actually a major innovation that was discovered in a part of the Roman. Empire. That's now in Egypt in Alexandria. Again, particular ports in Egypt around one hundred ad they learned. If you introduced manganese into the glass mixture, it made for really clear. Lost that gave them glass that was clear enough to have the world's first glass windows. Again, these weren't like really you couldn't. Really. Fully, see through them the way that we can now, but you know there are good enough that you could put one of in a wall and all of a sudden you could get daylight into your house. Very nice. The Romans got really good at that and they got so good at it that they started producing the world's first glass tableware wine glasses that you could actually see through and this became a hugely fashionable item for sort of did crust of Romans all of a sudden everybody wanted to have a clear glassy could see the color of the line year drinking before wind might have been red or white after it could have been burgundy or more ruby, toned or Golden Straw colored versus almost perfectly clear. The next up on our glass tour is also in Italy in Venice if only we could be reporting this person so. Far Collapses but glass-making continues in Italy. And becomes sort of the domain of a few. Dairy secretive killed and families the nobles of Venice prized the glassmakers work so much that they imprisoned them on an island called Moreno so that they couldn't take their glassy grits anywhere else. Moreno glasses still really famous today just in fairness to the Venetians. Yes. Glassmakers were not allowed to leave the city, but the whole being forced to live on this one particular island thing was more to do with the fact that they're furnaces kept setting the rest of the city on fire in the early days of Moreno glass fame. The glassmakers were particularly known for gorgeous white glass that looked like porcelain and the most perfect mirrors. And all of Europe Moreno Mirror framed with silver was said to have been worth more than a painting by Raphael and Venice really wanted to safeguard the secrets of the trade in the fifteen hundreds. A couple of glassmakers were apparently assassinated when they tried to escape to Germany back in those glorious days binding a mirror that you could actually see your pores in was an impossibly rare thing only king zone such treasures, and it's among these super famous highly protected glassmakers of Moreno that another breakthrough occurred. So let's talk about Angelo Baranova Fifteenth Century glass-making artisans. He's one of these guys he comes from a long line of glassmakers. And he set himself the task of creating truly transparent glass. Angelo brought home the purest at the Purest sans and then he played around in the forge filtering it even more and adding dashes of different chemicals, and he invented a truly clear truly transparent glass called Krystal O.. The invention of crystal led to beautiful wine glasses and other glass tableware. You could suddenly see the exact shade of your Pale Pink Rosaiah and you're gorgeous glass? Goblet. Even, better than before and glass started to become even more popular and it wasn't just seeing what you were drinking. That would have changed the hold taste experience glasses inert. So it has no taste at all because it forms no reaction with any other material in your on your taste buds or with foodstuffs I've had bear from Leather Mug, which was quite an experience. Wooden vessels were very popular. Leather vessels were popular metal pewter vessels were popular. and. They all would have had a taste profile. So would have been very conscious of the type of object you're drinking your drink house of would've thought actually I like my stout from a wooden thing as opposed to eleven thing because I don't like the taste of the Tannin's or sometimes the taste Tannin's might disguise the taste of the slightly overly for menti flavor of the drink or something, and it would add to the experience when you drink beer or wine from glass on the other hand, you're exclusively getting the taste of the bureau wine itself just like people could finally see their wind through these beautiful new glasses they could also. Taste their wine much more. Honestly, it made a big difference in the drinking experience the also it must have really transformed beer and wine making the taste and look couldn't hide behind the container anymore your wine and beer were naked enjoying beer and wine is definitely important. But somewhat argued that the even more important than transformational impact of this super clear glass was that it led to the invention of scientific lenses. Suddenly, you could see things that were very tiny like cells and also things that were very far away galaxies. So in a very real way, the invention of this transparent glass power at the scientific revolution that has just opened up. The world around us and galaxy that surrounds us. This episode is supported in part by sit guess salmon chairs are you looking for high quality responsibly harvested seafood checkout Sitka, salmon shares there a community supported fishery bringing traceable wild caught Alaskan. Seafood straight from small boat fishermen to fish lovers around. America. Just like your local CSA's CSF members receive a monthly share of their harvest seafood that's wild caught in season and with respect for the limits of the ocean it seafood that supports small boat fishermen using responsible fishing techniques. 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Legal Defense and education. Fund and the National Association of Black Journalists There's never been a better time to shop pod swag visit pod. Swag Dot. com now and start shopping. So. Far This has been a very Mediterranean story, and in fact been says that Europe's glass pro prowess especially, the lens thing it really created a technological gap with the rest of the world. He says that places that were super advanced in other ways like China. Didn't focus as much on glass and they couldn't see space or you know microbes drink in Europe though in the centuries Venetians figured out how to make beautiful clear glass glass became increasingly popular and European glassmakers set up shop everywhere they could find good sand call in in Jamestown. The original Jamestown settlement started up a class works. There's been big deposits of of Silica sand found in places like wheeling, West Virginia, which they started up a big glass making industry there by the way, this is a lot of the forests that used to cover New England Massachusetts and Pennsylvania Lot of those folks were chopped down and burned to create heat to make glass the process for making a glass bottle. Hadn't really changed in centuries. American glassmakers did exactly the same thing that had been happening in Europe forever. You literally blow down the pipe which inflates the glass picks a lot of lung strengths to do it but inflates the glass and you keep turning the pipe to give it the shape that you want or sometimes they'd put a cast iron mold around it. It's a really finicky process. It's a really dangerous process. You need help shaping it. You know poking and prodding it's right shape. At a lot of that work, a lot of the most dangerous close into the glass work was done by children kids were small and Nimble, and frankly they were cheaper to hire. The whole process was really labor intensive and it took a long time to make glass bottles in the late eighteen hundreds. Standard crew would be five to eight men, men and boys working ten hour shifts, and they could produce about the bottle per minute. So pretty fast considering everything that's involved but still you're not gonNa make a whole lot of bottles. Bottles were super popular, but they were still kind of a luxury item. So let's say you were a brewer. You couldn't just bottle your beer and salad anywhere. You would sell it to local bars and taverns in barrels, and then if you're just you know Joe Factory worker who wanted to take some beer home, you'd have to take a jug or a bucket or something to your local brewery, and then carry it home by yourself until Michael Owens came along. So Michael Owens is a almost entirely forgotten, but tremendously important historic figure not only for America that really for the entire world. He was the son of Irish Scotch immigrants. Who came over and which is wound up in in. West Virginia. Then like a lot of boys he went to work in the coal mines at about the age of sex alongside his dad. But one day he was working away in the coal mines and somebody whacked into a coal seam with a pick right next to him a chunk of coal flew out smashed in the head and knocked him unconscious. So. His mother thought well, this is starting to seem a little bit dangerous. But we still need the kid to work. So they sent him to work in a glass factory and then one day another Michael comes to town a man called Michael Libby Michael. Libya was glassmaker from new. England, and he had a few problems back at home one as Vince mentioned, the forests were disappearing because glassmakers were burning them and secondly because is workers irritatingly enough had the temerity to start unionizing and asking for higher wages. So annoying Michael Libby like many American before, and since looked West, specifically to Toledo in Sunny Ohio turns out that Toledo has really high quality silica sand. So town leaders headed out to the east. Coast and invited glassmakers to Ohio. A bunch of those people came out and actually turn. Toledo. Ohio into for many decades, Toledo Ohio the world's number one glass producing region Michael Libby set up shop in Toledo but he needed some workers. So he headed to wheeling West Virginia to recruit any met Michael Owens by this point, he was no longer a kid Michael Owens remember had not had the benefit of a formal education he'd never been to school, but he knew everything about the glass making process ooh comes up to work for Lydian Toledo Ohio in about the eighteen nineties right as the industrial revolution is really getting into gear. And Michael Owens looks around sees how machines are taking over from human labor in all kinds of ways any figures? I can figure out how to make a machine that'll blow bottles for us. Any manages to talk liddy the odor into backing him in this rd effort. And the two of them wind up spending years and something like five, hundred, thousand dollars on it, which was a lot of money back then. But eventually in. Nineteen. Oh, three, they invent Michael Owens. Really primarily the world's first bottle blowing machine illustrations of the machine on our website. It was wild looking tangle of metal tubes and rotating arms. It looks like a huge metal angular octopus or from another vantage point kind of like a carousel each of the rotating arms had a pipe on the end and then a mold, it basically automates the whole process. Right, an automatic arm comes out sticks it's blowpipe into the molten glass than a pump sex glass up into a mold then pushes it out to send a burst of air blows glass into just the right shape. It is impossible to overstate how weird and complicated this thing looks. Here's a video that the company made. So you can hear it at work. Here's one of the basic times and Owens vacuum machine. spiderlike. With an insatiable appetite for more than glass listen to it. Spinning round and round at many arms dip into the revolving furnaces pot. Each drawing up part of the fiery liquid. We've got the video on our website gastropod dot com but the most important thing wasn't how cool it looked. It was how much more efficient was instead of eight to ten people making one bottle of minute, the machine could make a dozen bottles minute the machines sped up the process enormously and cut the cost from something like where it cost about a dollar eighty to produce a gross but doesn't dozen of bottles cuts that price down to twelve cents and the two michaels Michael Owens and Michael Libby licensed this machine to other companies and so soon, everyone was cranking out. and. Millions of bottles to things that are important about these bottles one is they're cheap and there's lots of them, which is a huge boon. If you're trying to sell anything that comes in bottles, right any kind of coverage things like ketchup mayonnaise, peanut butter foodstuffs. But also just as importantly, all the bottles are exactly the same size 'cause they're made by machines, and that means that you can also put them on an assembly line and have machines, cap them in seal them and pack them into standardized crates. This was happening in the early nineteen hundreds and because of these new cheap standardized glass bottles, small local food and drink companies could. Become big national companies all of a sudden. If you're the hines company, this is a true story here the hines company you're a local regional purveyor of tomato based products. You can put your tomato based product in a cheap glass bottle, put it on a truck, which is another new invention that's just coming to the fore, and you can ship that catch up all over the country. To almost overnight, you have the ability to send your beer, your peanut butter, whatever it is you're making you can package that stuff far more cheaply than ever send it all over the country. So consumers all of a sudden have access to. All kinds of different foods and beverages that they never had before metal cans at the time were kind of heavy. They were also expensive they were hard to open and they affected the taste and color of the food. These new glass bottles were revolutionary big beneficiaries of Owens invention was Coca Cola Coca Cola was introduced just before the bottle making machine was doing pretty well within two years sales had exploded into the hundreds of millions and. The Coca Cola company itself credits the availability of cheap bottles is a big part of that. Toledo had already been a center of glass making and this bottle making machine made it an even more important part of the growing American economy. The problem is, of course, if you're making all those bottles if you're suddenly making millions and millions of bottles, those bottles are made out of glass which is made out of sand. So all of A. Sudden, you need a lot of sand of this high puree silica sand and they start digging it up from all over the place only ten years after Michael Owens's machine was introduced. you start seeing newspaper articles complaining about sand sucker boats stealing the bottom of lake. Michigan, to sell to glassmakers. The entire shore of the lake was vanishing in front of People's I including a popular tourist attraction eight, three, hundred, foot giant sand dune called the. hoosier slide a lot of the sand from the hoosier slide went to the ball corporation. This is the company that still makes Mason. Jars. Today the jars that are famous both for preserving food and and also for drinking beer in Brooklyn and other hipster neighborhoods. Let's be fair. There was a pair of brothers named ball who started up a glass making operation. You know high on the same region as as libby and they loved this hoosier slide. Because it gave the glass of a special Blue Tint very pretty blue tint. Those blue tinted mason jars are now collector's items because every last grain of the hoosier slide was turned into glass and entire three hundred foot sand Dune benched in just a few years and then the glassmakers moved onto the rest of the Indiana dunes and they were literally mind out of existence, all SAM that makes them up was hauled away and melted down into glass until the nineteen seventies when finally conservationists stepped in and managed to preserve the very last few sand dunes, it's now a state park very last few sand dunes. Con turned into and the other thing that disappeared because of Michael Owens's bottle making machine child labor. It's funny because so Michael Owens one of the things that he is remembered for when he's remembered at all is he is really credited for helping to end child labour. In America in his laughing because actually Michael Owens was all in favor of child labor. He kept insisting you know right up until he was very old man he said, you know. It didn't do me any harm I. Think Young Men you know kids teaches them toughness toughens up and Really what's the big deal when he was a kid working with glass about a quarter of the glass industry was made up of children along comes Michael Owens bottle making machine. Alderson it puts the lively puts the jobs of practically everyone in the glass making industry in jeopardy. There were fewer jobs available for glassmakers in general and kids were obviously undercutting the adults because you could pay them less. So now glassmakers, all these kids is competition. So the glassmakers unions. All of a sudden became big advocates for the elimination of child labour. And sure enough by nineteen nineteen fewer than two percents of all people working glass making industry where children. So it dropped from twenty five percent to two percent just in a couple of decades. And people really credited microloans invention with that quite rightly. So we have Michael Owens today's for. Coca Cola. Vanishing Sand Dunes, and the abolition of child labour quite a legacy. Hang it's time to go back to Europe, because while Michael Owens might have moved glass-making board in a commercial way back in. Europe glass making was getting another scientific boost boost that would end up creating more evenly browned high crests for everyone. Remember those lenses that were so critical to the scientific revolution, the ones that were made. By the Venetian invention of truly clear glass, the lenses were amazing but they weren't yet perfect. The class was a little streaky sometimes and sometimes the colors in the glass separated out into blue and red as if you were looking through three glasses. So in Germany that was a gentleman named auto shot, he developed a new type of glass. Added a little bit of Boron to it and what it did is it improve those optical properties so that it no longer had the separation of the blue and the red. As it had in the past and he has a whole tapper in her book about this class with Boron added to it. It's called Borough Silica glass and always says, it's not just better for looking at stuff through the on really is the thing that stabilizes the gloss and makes it heat resistant in normal glass the kind you might be drinking out of it expands when it's hot and contracts when it's cold and that's why you don't put a drinking glass on. The stove top or take it out of the Freezer and poor super hot boiling water into it because if it expands or contracts too much too quickly, it shatters it's called thermal shock. When you are born to that mixture, the Boron spreads itself out kind of into the structure of the glass and stabilizes an prevents such extreme amounts of expansion and contraction. It doesn't mean there isn't some, but it's just much much less. So makes much less movement and then that creates. Enables it to withstand described as thermal shock basically means the abort silicate glass can withstand much much higher temperatures than your regular Soda Lime Glass, you can suddenly make glass beakers for chemistry that you stand on top of Bunsen burners and boil up liquids and look how chemicals change in the application of heat shut discovered. One other thing not only was this Boro silicate glass clearer and more heat resistant. It was also much stronger and much less likely to break and so Boris look glass became super important to be advancement of science and so he. Then, designed a whole range of different glasses and created a huge business and people loved this German glass they wanted shot glass, and so that was a monopoly that Germany had in terms of scientific glassware shop moved to a town called Yana in Germany's sometimes people called this Boris Ilich Glass Yanic glass. He went into partnership with a man called Carl Zeiss and you still find Iceland's is today on cameras and telescopes together they made the best lenses and the Best Test Tube America had some great glassmakers like corning glass, but they didn't know how to. Make this awesome Bora Silica class that all the scientists wanted, and then when the German glass became very popular, they're like, well look we need to try and find an equivalent to that. So then they started hiring chemistry and physics to try and figure out what auto shot had done corning glassworks corning new. York. Actually to go back to my mom here she took my brother and me there on a family vacation when I was in high school of course, she did corning was in the business of glass and they I, made the shields for. Light Bulbs for Edison and that was a good business and that was a steady business, but they wanted to increase their business. So the scientists corning red auto shots papers, and they played around a little in the lab and through trial and error they made their own Boris Silica glass, they called it non-annex for non expanding glass nonex- worked you could use it in scientific experiments just like the German glass but the German glass already had the market cornered people were familiar with it. It was pretty cheap. So corning decided to get into the booming railroad. Business in particular the lanterns along the tracks, the railroad use these lanterns to tell trains whether they could go or not, and if red signal was there the train would move and if it wasn't there will they knew that they could proceed that system worked perfectly on nice days on cold rainy or snowy days not so much. The ARC light inside the lantern was super hot and so the Glass Shield would get hot on the inside and expand, but it was cold on the outside and that would make the glass shrink and like we just. explained. The dramatic difference in temperature and the expanding and shrinking at the same time made the lanterns shatter anytime. It was cold outside and that meant conductors couldn't see the red light and they'd keep going and maybe crash. This was a perfect market for this new nonex- glass, and soon, the non shattering non-annex was on all those lanterns making everyone a lot safer. But as soon as it was on all the lanterns sales really dried up because the new non-exclusive didn't break. So it didn't need to be replaced crap and then someone new showed up at. Corning in nineteen thirteen has named Jesse Talbot Littleton he went by JT JT was a glassman He was pretty dedicated with this but when when jt would come home for dinner his wife would make Jello he would break the Jello apart and he talked to his kids and say, okay, well, this is how glass breaks and he also told his children later on in life that he wanted to be buried in a glass coffin, he was very dedicated to to glass jt had just finished his PhD dissertation at the University of Wisconsin. Surprise. Surprise. It was on glass specifically, it was on the heating properties of glass and his findings really were a surprise to his corning colleagues. They all assume that he would not spread through glass the way it did three metal jt new otherwise the other important person in the story is JT's wife Bessie littleton she loved to bake but her favourite pottery casserole dish shuddered at a dinner party she heard all the men bragging about how unbreakable their non-exclusive was. So she said, well, why don't you make me some indestructible cookware according scientists didn't think non would work. In dish they didn't think that cooking with glass was a good idea because they're thinking was at glass wouldn't cook very well, because has a very thick wall but J. T. decided to listen to his wife, which is always a good idea back. Then they had these things they were called battery jars. And he got one of those those Barry Jars that was quite wide about twelve inches in diameter, and then he cut it so that it was about three inches high and that's what he snuck home to to share with white. Vesey and she cleaned it up and then she poured some battering and baked a cake inside of JT brought that cake to work the next morning and people said, okay it's nice to have cake. It's kind of early in the morning. But okay, we'll have cake and then he said Oh by the way this was made. With glass. Now, you can imagine the scene where everyone is sitting there and the food falls out of their mouth and they were like no way you made this with glass and so when he said this was cooked in oven, they were just like, all right. You got to prove it to me. So they actually had him go back until Bessie to make another cake. Let's make sure that this is not a one off. Let's make sure that this is actually how this this cake pan actually operates. So she made another cake and just like the. First cake. It was a gorgeous, even brown color even better than the cakes baked in her metal or pottery pans, and it came out of the pan more easily to Bessie kept going she made steak and corn bread and French fries and Collard Greens in her new non-exclusive. Pan. The food didn't stick everything cooked perfectly and the gloss didn't hold onto any flavors. The way her caused iron skillet sometimes did according scientists wanted to figure out why the glass was so perfect particularly for the Browning of the food cooked everything. So evenly and beautifully first thing. They. Did is they got to glass pieces and they dip one into plating solution so that it had a mirror finish on the outside. Then they put cake pattern both and put them in the oven and had them bake they found that the one without the mirror finish baked okay. But the one with the Mir finished did not this inform them that the way that the cake was being cooked was by those invisible rays inside of the oven food cooks and Metal Pan's because the food and the pan heat up from the air in the oven. Conviction, and the pan also heats up from touching the wreck beneath it. That's called conduction but glass pans also work through the third form of heat transfer radiation. These are invisible waves of energy that transmit heat glass pans let that radiant heat through an metal Pan's block it. So glass is actually better in the oven than metal is time to come up with an exciting name and start selling these glass bands. Well, they wanted to make sure that customers particularly women knew what the product was all about. So they called it pie right like a pie, but spelled P. Y. to seem cooler and more futuristic but pyrite didn't quite hit the mark they thought about their other product. non-annex and Latex on how SCIENC- those sounded. So instead of pyrite, why don't we call it pie rex tyrod was named pyrex in one, thousand, nine, fifteen for a couple years, sales work kind of slow. They had to learn a couple of things they would give the product out have people tested. They actually had what they call domestic scientists people cook in it. They had to show women how to cook in it because people had been cooking and metal pans and they see and so they had to they had to be educated that this is another way that they could cook. Also, they had to make some modifications. Sometimes the handle was too thick sometimes they made the the. Heavy. So they had to make some modifications that way, and then they also learned that people like colors and people want to have. Pants for specific things while I want something for a Pie I want something for bread and I want something for cupcakes or what have you, and then it took off millions were sold every year since then bakers of discovered even more benefits to cooking. With Pyrex, you can see your pie crust through the glass to check how well it's Browning. Acidic dishes like lemon sponge pudding kind of British cake. The lemon could react with the metal pan and get a kind of metallic flavour doesn't happen with pyrex is confusing to me I actually own a pyrex dish, but I don't reach for it. When I'm baking, it's twenty twenty. This magical pyrex stuff has been around for one hundred years. So why do I still use metal tunes to make cakes? Well, I don't know why you're doing that. I'm just teasing. Well I mean. PYREX, is a specialty item. It's a little expensive. You Know Metal Panzer easy to get pyrex is actually passed on from one generation to the next. So you know it's just a matter of it's something that you were accustomed to or someone had in your household but metal Pan's are perfectly fine for making cakes and Metal Pan's actually have other features. If you're making a cake and you want to remove it easily my brother is chef he has a special metal pan where. The sides, you can flip a clip and this thing opens up, and so the sides will come off and you don't have to worry about scraping the side and you can make beautiful cake. You can't do that with PYREX. So pyrex is a is just a preference that some people have. It doesn't it's not necessarily better than the other some people like it for some things and some people don't. Now I want to try baking a cake in my pyrex dish do an experiment. And make to cakes at the same time cakes are always better than one. So Boro silicate glass is the invention that means we can and do cook in glass that most of the glass in our kitchens is still today a much cheaper and more breakable variety. Well, gloss that we sort of known love today is a Sodium Lime Glass Oh say Jim carbonate calcium carbonate an sand, and these reduce the melting points and they helped with the transparency and it makes for this pretty. Cheap and easy to make object because of that lower melting point. So the majority of vessels are made out of it and it's pretty easy to break, but also pretty easy to mold and shape when liquids you get a huge variety of forms but the glass stuff doesn't really change from a wine glass to a water glass to a jam jar class. That's all sodium loss ma all just be glass but like Zoe says, you really do get a huge variety of forms in my. Cabinet I have some champagne flutes and wine glasses and pint glasses and some whisky tumblers and even a couple of glasses that are just for one particular type of beer. I have to admit I. Love the shape of different classes from an aesthetic point of view. But I've always been a little skeptical about whether or not all these different classes make a difference in terms of how something actually tastes. Is there any science to putting say Burgundy wine in that huge bowl shaped wine Glass I'm I'm not aware of any really formal rigorous studies, but there's definitely a perceptual effect and there's definitely inexperienced difference that's for sure which means therefore, there is a difference. So sort of we've actually tracked down some of the studies that do exist on the topic of how glass shape and flavor interact, and we will be sharing that research in our special supporters newsletter, which you can receive as long as you support is by giving at least five dollars an episode on June or. Nine dollars a month on our website gastropod dot com slash support, whatever the shape we all still drink wine and beer from glasses today just like people love to do hundreds of years ago. But these days glass has a lot of competition. We still use a lot of glass for packaging beverages especially, but especially, alcoholic beverages, it's still a multibillion dollar industry but beverages across the board plastic bottles and metal cans now make up about eighty percent of the beverage packaging mark of glasses. Great. Better than plastic or metal in lots of ways but not in one really important way glasses ways a lot and that matters when you're shipping stuff all over even though glass isn't what most food is packaged in today there are still glass innovations to be made for one. So he's working on even tougher glass. I've had a go at trying to make an unbreakable glass for an airline where you're trying to think what you want the experience Gosse want the cold hard very smooth delicate. That makes drinking liquid form it that bit more refined than like a paper Cup or something we'll plastic beaker airlines serving expensive wines to their customers in first class and business, and those just don't taste the same in plastic so they use glass, but then it breaks all the time. So we had a go at making an breakable wind glass and it is possible to make something that's very very difficult to break, but it doesn't necessarily lend itself to the the most elegant object. So there is a tradeoff in shape that you have to enable. If you want it to be very robust though he said, she had to go back to the drawing board to solve this problem changing the shape. Tweaking the material going back to Boris silicate glass. So the kind of ultra-strong Pyrex type things, but then trying to hone and refine. So it doesn't have to be this Chubby lumpy slightly well actually I mean when we made a thick one. The lovely and it was pretty charming but not thinner rim. So it's about how thin can you taper it to the mouth area? So that feels When it goes into your mouth that it cuts liquid nicely and it worked pretty well I mean. I probably can't say much more than that with the. NDA. But it did work pretty well. So given how much glass we use these days I mean it's not just my kitchen cabinet. It's the entire Internet are we could run out of sand I can't help thinking about the vanished hoosier slide and worrying that one day there'll be no beaches. Vinci's book is all about sand and he spends quite a bit of time in the book on this very question sand is running out. There are sand pirates dealing sand from beaches. Yes. But it's a different kind of sent us about a ten times more Sanford concrete that we do for all class- put together. Eventually, of course, we will run out if we keep consuming it the way that we are, but there doesn't seem to be the same pressure on glass and resources that thirty on concrete sense. He don't have organized crime getting into the Silica Sand business you don't have massive environmental damage being done. To get silica sand the way that you do for concrete said. Okay. So about the different problem to worry about another day, but the fact that there isn't a glass shortage does make me feel better about all the glasses. Zoe is activist in her quest to shatter a glass by playing a musical note. So you can just shattered glass by playing a really loud sound. Any really loud sound but the trick behind shattering glass by singing is birdie simple. You just have to find the right frequency. It's basically heating the same note the glass makes if you to flick it with your finger paying. You're just to hit that same. Ping that note fire that note back is it if he hits another glass it mcvay, Pie? ooh. Hit the sound wherever sound classmates he got to play back at it do. When you singer play the note that the glass makes your vibrating air around the glass at that frequency and it then makes the glass fibre eight at that frequency to and the latter, the sound, the more energy, the more the molecules vibrate, and with enough energy, the molecules will vibrate so much that they'll shatter caught. The tricky bit wasn't so much. The energy is tuning into the frequency really because its own resonant frequency was so specific, Zoe figured out the right frequency for the right class and the right loudness to play and she put on headphones and phone to herself aiming a sound gun right at that glass. One twentieth of a second of sound was up to do the job. But winds, we watched footage in slow motion. She noticed something amazing. It cracked in repeatable way which was from the stem although bowl this vertical. Line shot up and half the glass sort of Spritz away, and then the other half of crumbling spit away and over again, these wine glasses with breaking in this way, all the glosses broke the same way at the weakest point where the stem joined the bowl but they all shattered at different frequencies, which made us wonder, could you write a piece of music that would shatter an entire bars worth of glasses by hitting all the right frequencies say on paper you could definitely right he's had all those frequencies in it. Bought the wouldn't. Go around breaking glass, left right and center because yeah. Because of the practicalities of how you actually have to do it. But I always wanted to make a piece of music or Dr Collaboration with an orchestra where. I made a series of glass symbols and you'd score into the music the smashing of the symbol in the way that was actually to break the symbol. Do we have any composers in the audience? Maybe this is gastropods first opera I mean everyone knows my musical talents. You heard me Sing Vindaloo and our curry episode I sing along to the theme of is Zombie Cannibalism episode. I thought I did pretty decent job. We'll. Now it's a competition who can shatter the most glasses if that's what it takes to get us on stage again for live event someday in the future, I'll drink to that. Thanks this Episode Zoe Laughlin Material Scientists extraordinary at the Institute of making and to Vince by author of the fascinating the world in a grain, the story of Sand and how it transformed civilization and to an Lisa Ramirez who has a great new book out called the Alchemy of us how humans and matter transformed one another links on our website gastropod dot com. Thanks also to gastropod some our fellow extraordinary Sonya Swanson who helped produce this episode. We will be back in two weeks with wait for it. BLOB STIR sex trust us. It is hot really, surprisingly kinky.

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The Kobe Bryant Episode (Ep. 163)

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The Kobe Bryant Episode (Ep. 163)

"We all know about the tragic or Kobe Brian. What happened to him in his daughter? it was a devastating traiteur the whole Basketball community even the world so Are you hearing is. We'd like to give a moment salad for Kobe. Bryant his daughter in other the people who died in the tragic helicopter accident all you. You're listening to argue here in this. I'm your boy. J William and I'm Jay smooth bringing our take take on sports and entertainment so you know obviously pack up everything G-go said there at the beginning winning and tragedies are always tough but when it comes to someone like Kobe The cool the thing is we have all these memories to look back. The fake and I caught myself watching the whole highlights. Yeah I know what I'm saying. They got plenty of You to check them out just had that mentality you know. We've talked about their plan You know cold my Guy. That's his thing. Yeah Jacket on right now. You Know Man oh man. When I heard the news of one of my good friends told me Niro? He asked me a man have Kobe and I was like a no. I heard they because it was nowhere on a media outlet live right until. ESPN brought it through. I thought it was fake news so to so to shack. Yeah because Espn Bader through your nose. It was real. It was real man But it's just you know you can't live forever and you don't know when God come and get you it's true you know we how we all live in there But it was just a shock factor. It was Kobe Bryant his daughter in a lot of families. Seven other PE- uh-huh is very tragic and I grew Jego. Just don't know the time is always enjoy the people that are around you the people that got put it around you tell me Love them hug them and then go watch some Like Jagoda go watch them. Kobe Bryant highlight my the highlights allies. Especially that game against the Raptors eighty-one four eighty one. Yeah he was like something. WanNa feel like on forty shots. Yeah and their particular tied you have to be in his own dude. Oh Yeah. Eighty one is impossible putting up in the in the NBA. A Dan and now second most ever in the NBA right. Yeah but Lee. Second to We'll we'll chamberlain hundred point game hundred points But we will hear for it to look at Kobe eighty-one it was remarkable it. They couldn't stop him yeah. He was limitless. it's just a great source of a talent that rose above area occasion. Yeah I watched one that I really liked it. showed his most Not almost not cocky but confident moments where you know the one. That's really famous where Barnes put the ball ball honestly. I didn't even move I love. It is watering the veins man. I always said that I wish Lebron had more of that mentality. Yeah I I think but you know Lebron got up to his own game. Sure you know so. He got to be a player His own player Cobi will the teams jammed. Yeah talk about. His work. Ethic was lazing there. Yeah I remember What does rob horror saying that after the Games he still be going the GM and put up shots? Right like you wouldn't leave the The arena put up so many shots to go in. Yeah because he we had this. I think the Mama mentality is really this right here. It's you know you're the best. And that's not being cocky. You just know you're the best because you've worked the hardest. I is that you know young. Kobe was arrogant. No later on in life he humbly and so where was he originally drafted to Charlotte Charlotte. Charlie I forgot about the original draft to Charlotte and the Lakers traded foam from lower. Mary High School Yep but dare officials say when he got drafted by the leakers. Bet He didn't understand how a high school kid had. This must buzz around him when he played collegiately for years right he was wondering like how would this gaffe yet. What is up and you know everybody to come in? NBA At high school. We think they might be up to. It's on it's on the free ragging name maybe a Kevin Garnett To me was the greatest impact coming out of high school according head. Kobe de Hellabrunn. James People like Dwight how dare say our Smith. But I'm just real as a superstar there do I have one in his own right. At one point in time was Amari stoudamire or two. Yeah it's about time out players. They're made a dramatic impact No Gun Ed came in. He was the main. Oh Yeah. Kobe had to mature into a couple of years. And James are really highly anticipated anticipated. Yeah I see what I'm saying. Yeah so being a key point in time you will make some mistakes. You're gonNA feel like you were up to now. Yeah but He showed light. It is a remarkable thing to see him work in air by Kobdo Paths Ball Cody. Don't pass ball. Kobe know oh how to win. That's the only thing at the end of the day right. NBA You don't to go too far. Let me rephrase. Hopefully you can take your family and your sale and we in championship. You Wander every every week or every superstar lost to win sure. They won't chip because you get their temperature you among the greatest now. Yeah Amanda Greatest. They can't say your name without bringing ringing. Upset says so you yeah so the relentless win and he just put everything online he took the Michael Jordan mentality. Everybody know Kobe. Fascinated yourself joy because at that point in time as he grown up would wanna be like Mike. Sure Everybody WanNa be like Mike. Their Games were very similar and their attitude was similar. Mo- saying yeah so air by won't be like he took to heart. He took it out. Well I'm GONNA work for. Yeah because we're ladies them without being without working for anything in life you cannot accomplish. Now he's not gonNA come to so you've gotta work hard for it and I. It wasn't my mentality to is is one does is in basketball. It was in life right. You see what I'm saying so I hope I hope this generation takes a look at some of these videos. That have been coming out Kobe talking about his work ethic and things like that and they take it to heart. Don't just sit there and PO post on social media about someone you never heard of just to be part of but listen to what the guy had to say and take it to heart because no one right now is working. Everyone wanted to be handed to them. And that is that that is something that through this. This generation needs to learn as a look back at this stuff and say I was the greatest. He must oh he worked for. Oh Oh yeah that's how that happened and also out the best ball career continued work for. Yeah the mayoral truth with the man. GotTa Oscar. I was just amazed Oscar. There you go. Who Des Minute? Na Na actors that I or actress that I know who got Oskar I don't even know a Lotta actress in actors. They got an Oscar. I'll tell you what usually you don't want sports people anywhere near movies. They won't say usually terrible. The COPA gotta ask him optimus. Great big down thirteen to work on it ventures mumble academy. Then we've gone talk so his daughter Digi. He didn't need have saw because she goes. She's going to be well. He was a big advocate for women in basketball. And I think we're coming up soon on women being the NBA. Yeah I think it's going to happen but but it is going to happen but things happening out. How tire is different? You've got to hold up to thirty to fifty coming down the lane for sure. They probably will start off on a house. House is in a King Riley. Some them came. Oh Yeah but think about the last couple of years we've seen a female coach Well you know not headquarters assistant. Coach can think of the word and then we've seen female refs now. Yeah and I'll tell you what it's still a little awkward to see a seven foot guy yelling at these female round there but they hold their own. They're ready to go and they're doing a good job. You know. Limping Gold Malysz. Yeah Yeah I mean come on man. Kobe had a tea I drink. Don't get me wrong. The Dream Team adding Probably the greatest team ever simple Scher or but Kobe. And we've got to be sick upon him. They gotta meet the Sacred Band has to be gotta be the. The boys went back and took some. Yeah what I'm saying they. They won't need to play on a Dream Team. They had to write. Because wasn't the team in between that. Yeah they had to back up. They had to come and say Ma was a watching them it. It was just a Menteng on the flow. Everybody in the team nor holding Reno Man We got to try to stop again. Yeah but you could stop them right. This gotta understand about humanity teams where I could stop. Them is three seconds on the clock. You know who's getting the ball. Sure still stopping right by May when you go do like. I don't know what will because I bet after watching all the tape and everything you know coaches are like they know were they know. WE'RE GONNA guard him they're going to pass it to someone else. It's like a flip of a coin. Yeah either you're going to double team him. Somebody else is going to get did it and make something easier. He's going to get it and make something incredibly hard. You can't stop. You can't stop there. I was watching whatever gears to Arroyo. Artists ten say man. He had to go over there Like he tried to wonder how does mandate slowing down. SAS temperature allows against the Celtics. Say One of the cover other gang Kobe. He would like wear man and we'll do it again. Make sure 'cause I gotTa Drive Back Home Code and looked at him so yeah we don't do a nature and they did. Oh Oh yeah and I did say no Dan like this this this man is there for this man is the most You know just nonchalant salon are asking men in NBA You know what I'm saying. Yeah Kobe different rials. He had a best friend Tracy McGrady say was his hardest competition Gar because because McGrady game was more fluent. I mean to me great. Hey Megastar Rinaldo. Yeah yeah he could be the next iron so him and McGrady Came with a bar praised each other player John There was competition. He didn't want to be better than him and Kobe won't be better than him right. So it is a competitive phrase frizz and he'd be right like it is yeah I may I I wind today. They may want to go out tonight. Nine hundred dollars. They were scraped dogs. Yeah you had to fight for everything just like an enjoy air. Yup You had to fight for everything and there was mayhem. Great as a competitor and as having didn't Mama mentality of winning I don't want to go to the NBA just to be another person anyway. Hey I can say the end of the band to be another person. We also Luke Walton said it in a busy worrying. Yeah you see what I'm saying. Sure I want to be a mom degrees. Yeah you know. I saw an an interview Lakers coach Frank Vogel. And I've been thinking about this but somebody asked him with the tragedy of Kobe's death. Is that something. The Lakers are going to use as motivation to win this. Your Shaven and what he said was that motivation should already be there and it should already been instilled by coby and I agree with that now on the other hand I think I think they should obviously dedicate the rest of the season to him and Lebron should use as fuel on a fire that he already has going this year because they're crushing it. They're doing way better than I thought they would. And I just thought that was a good way for him to answer. I never really heard that guy talked to speak. But he's pretty good with the press is pretty and he was kind of you know motivational. Obviously you've been a lot of it and there was a couple of questions that he said. I'm he just started crying. I can't answer that. Yeah so that was a great thing and I think the Lakers acres should dedicate the season two. But don't count it as bad if you don't win I don't mean put it did for But what the NBA should be on alert because that team now you know has this this extra coal on the fire area. Hey how they pay tribute to Kobe. Bryant no running down to a Sagan's Valley South Caro- full I like all that and a whole. NBA is doing not. I just Lakers. Every team door pay respect. Yeah I see a lot of Leo's choir coaches. Oh Yeah. Have you seen the talk about them. Changing the logo dare with. Yeah they're GONNA be tired now the only thing because I'm you know I'm a designer. Yeah Yeah I was trying to look I was like is there anything. Iconic like Jordan has his Jordan pose the logo Jerry West has his pose. I wonder if there's anything iconic enough that Kobe did you know what I'm saying like Silhouette wise to kind of keep somewhere thing. I couldn't really find much fadeaway. I Java yeah we hold his hand hold his hand down. Look up in the sky what else Doug maybe maybe but you probably get data to check to make would have put it up there. Oh you remember Shaq's shoes ahead like the he was like lifting up his legs on 'em he had kind of thing. Yeah but pledged to break the rim. Best Shake Kobe. You gotTA YEAH DO DESIGN I. It's going to be like you know. Oh Yeah I think I think they should do it but I do. I try to. NBA Logo Ama. Because US this. This this is this way Jerry Wears WanNa do it. Yeah yeah sure sure. Yeah I mean 'cause they he logo chair But I'm looking at Michael Jordan and we talked about yesterday Why they put their Georgia dangling? Put It that down mature beg to my money and I want you to be mad if they try to cope. I'm not against it. I'm just saying it's just the NBA here the NBA logo is one of the best logos around around. Ever like ever Israel Malibu. Oh my gosh. So that's what I'm saying. You have to do it and dedicated to Kobe and tell people as Kobe Kobe. Even if it wasn't a silhouette that he normally did it was just like this. Is Kobe now on that logo. Yeah I think that that could work but they push harmful like I said if it happened you know it happened. I'm signing petition forced to happen. Yeah but I mean I don't know the NBA won't do whatever whatever never they come up with. is cool. Yeah I like the ALTRUSA. Whatever even Haski Some of the high school kids on the soccer players doing the tennis players doing it down the hockey players like everybody doing it. Yeah so he must have impact not just on the world of basketball basketball being a sport gotTa be other sports do they had impacted saying Oh yeah for sure so So keep on bringing mentality is. I is as part of a bigger and larger. Peter yes not just basketball. I completely agree. A lot of people have been saying you know younger. People have heard talk. You know I feel bad I feel bad I feel bad I feel bad. You know what I don't. I got sad when I heard about it. I don't feel feel bad. I feel more what I feel. Is I feel Empathy for his family. You know what I mean. They lost and the other families lost so much one of the families. It was a mom and a daughter and the DAD has left now. TRAGIC WITH UH other kids and I'm just like I couldn't even wrap my mind around it. You know I think the world right now is so self-focused that this just when things like this happen. It should give perspective. Yeah it should You know His wife would Nelson nailed it. Three key he is right. I mean if I go to town like the other families may death is hard for sure. But it's coming the best the best representative gotta be easy call. Life was hard You know what I'm saying. Yeah but In it I just twisted it because I like death is hard. That is hard on the family. Not The exact ZAC saying exactly. It's a it's it's hard on family man right as rest for the person hopefully in the arms of God. Yeah but Uh Walking through the house You know everything reminds you more everyday everyday the kid as what he did what he assisted. So state you know is is may on how you can deal with it right. I don't want to never be put in that situation. Never right never But I'm I'm maturity level it now with some people do Dolan what we call shade on his name. Are you serious Matt Bahr I have. I actually honestly haven't seen any of that now. I've seen what I have seen that I hate. Jay Go is people using this as a way to get clout and money and money that I I just messed up. I'll Nike Puma there. Yeah 'cause they're going to do it. Try to even though now. They're going to do it anyway. Yeah Bro would you. Mass Colby shoes. I think he was like maybe a hundred dollars. Man obtained going for life. Four ninety nine five hundred. I'm like Meh Eh. Yeah so you making money off his name. Yeah I'd I think this is disgusting. Sure you see what I'm saying I do to other people talk. Bad about is one comedy. I don't know this Deuce Bank Where Kobe I think you said I'm glad ing on because he raped a girl? Would I be innocent of the quarter. Low Yeah Yeah of the court of law remarried so he added one. Don't WanNa stuff stuff like that and I think it's some journalism lady doing the same thing. Yeah what I want to do I would go to facebook. Page is where pay. Don't let them or just block them now. Don't let Boehner that here. Here's the here's the thing though haters because those are haters hate those are right and that's what they want you to go. Hey where I would report them. Lock them like I mean if you know me and my family got little social everyone was like. Why are you posting? Why are you posting? Why don't you posted about this because listen listen first of all? When I said Kobe to my boys count has no? That is Jackson barely knows it. Is they know the Brown right. Yeah if you talk about. But they don't know who it is. Yeah so they're not gonNA I call it false lagging. Yeah they're not going to get on the Internet and false flag and and say oh. Yeah Kobe's my favorite player super set and I eventually put something up. Yeah but it was just a picture that is really good it desired I respect and that was it. I wasn't going to try to you. Know make out what I'm saying like I don't I don't understand the wild people doing it and then haters do the exact opposite. I mean before Gob is mayor trays there is. There's so many garbage belong clock is not even funny. But it's I try to think of it this way. These people that do stuff like that. Their life has to be terrible the every night. He's going to be it is it just can't be any other reason behind throwing shade on on someone who just tragically died now. We'll say this I'm going to go on tangent for just a second. I thought about this myself because you know. Kobe had some things in his past. Joe Who who doesn't who doesn't now if you look any big leader or anything like that at the half things in their past look in the freaking Bible for God's sakes the people that God used in genesis to do amazing things were horrible arose in their daughters. I mean the one dude slept with his a handmade in order to have a child because he thought that's how God wanted it. So you just need to look around before you throw shade. I mean maybe just shut up. That's almost just shut up. That's bill one so I I really think it should be a time to gain perspective. I don't care what anyone says whatever. Kobe didn't pass. God used Kobe in major ways for a lot of people. And you gotta look at the impact. He made on a lot of people like I. Well you know how much they might have a right. You see what I'm saying right. They always wanNA critique somebody but never want to critique their our own life is updating. Your life is going back. That's why you are here miserable. I think there's two two ways I think about it. I think there's a lot of kids. Kids obviously at home parents give them no mind. They're sitting in a corner somewhere with a phone in a room and that's all they have. That's only connection. Have the outside world. Two things happen. Some of those kids start to look up to the people they see. Hopefully they look up to the right ones Kobe. Yeah some of those people start. Start to behaviors. And that's where I think about and I get really like man. How do you reach those people? I don't know I don't know the answer will I'm saying is that's and then they grow into newscasters journalists journalists. I go online and do the same thing and make a living out of it but what is the world that we live here. I'll tell you. Hey man you hate is alive. You can see by code principle. I hate bill also crying shame and we all know the more successful. You are the more cage. Oh my gosh. You're so right and and and so now even in death like you just said people hate them so you know he did something right so but you'll get no more than hate us to light but so you know all you can do remember who called was pray for his family and other people family for sure. No make sure we. They're praying for the other families. Just lyle title Colby and his daughter been there. It was other people to it in laws valuable family members the NBA has done a phenomenal final job of not forgetting those people so every coach I've heard every play. I've heard people ask what you you know high feel about this and I do although start by talking about all of the victims. Not just Kobe and Kobe would want it that way. 'cause he while he was a guy with Mama Mama mentality. He was also very humble loved. People cared about people and was I've seen clips of him helping players in practice and stuff often and helping doesn't always mean being nice first of all he had to do no he no. He didn't he didn't because he's obviously very successful. And had all the money in the world and you know didn't have to do it. You're right y'all could have paid for their guess for Freeman. Yup Come on how. How much more do you want it? Tim's y'all sleaze balls for sure minus a fake. They broke the news without demet wife. No Man is policed. I am broadcast crazy. y'All y'all when lit up man that's messed up mad. I messed up man. I know you're TMZ. But I think even and if you are a radical news outlet like Yusuf appointment may be on Abro now exactly. You just shouldn't speeco go ball. I mean I saw the news on social media. I in those from Guy named Gary v of you know him now no but he's like a motivational national speaker type and it was just a picture with broken hearts and I googled at all. My Gosh Yeah I like I said I never had heard from. ESPN magazine alert. Yep Menace big loses. Boro people met. Yeah I probably could live without. You can't live with him. Yeah but with all that to say like Jugo said in the beginning from everyone here at are you hearing this. We just want to send our prayers and condolences to all all the victims. And we're thinking about you and we just hope that through this tragedy that there. There's some good that comes out of it and I know The person that Kobe was there will be good coming out of it because I'm sure he had plans in place and I sure I'm sure things were in order. Because like Jego said he started off as a young player with them with problems but he learned he grew and he. I'm sure he plan for the future so I I think we're still going to see great things from Kobe careers to come does affect our appeal to the black baseball. Isn't it a new car drops every Monday and Friday you can subscribe on I tunes and be sure to leave us an honest five Star Review Bryan out more at are you here in this pod Dot Com.

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