6 Burst results for "Brian Christmas"

"brian christmas" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"brian christmas" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Stop tonight Brian Noonan I'm gonna go here too thankfully where did you go just went to the bathroom did someone like you in because we had a visitor who came Montesquieu remember Montesquieu Montes is there yeah do you don't run into in the hall no I didn't see him are you I can't believe you missed abuse wearing a gold lemay trench coat and a fedora and he was very you know like high pointy shoes just look very like a dapper dandy very French very French carrying a bag yet what the ray he always brings baguettes that's why I love them I know that's I you know there's other French food he could bring a steak frites yeah once in awhile though be tasty treats would be good that sounds really you're gonna make me hungry and as we know it's the middle there no wait a minute is usually some sort of pizza pie ordered around this time of the show so tradition there is no if you guys want to or is just if you want to order one you know I'm my car but I am I am actually I've re committed to my my regime my health regime are you reading time doing dry January and since last Monday I'm down nine and a half pounds Hey Greg so thank you so because I had you know I'd lost all that weight and then some of it came back because I like beer and I don't like working out so those that's kind of how things of that so some of the weight has come back and I was like yeah I'm done I have you know certain things that I want aware that I love tight now and say now we got to do that so I'm trying not that trying to beat that out that if the pizza were here I would probably freeze because the middle of night now I haven't you know and it's I need energy but to be fair even if you did like working out just turning beer isn't just just so crazy wonders it's so you know I have a goal for the I have a short go because five weeks from yesterday is the night that my crew roles in Mardi Gras it's Brian's Christmas my old man it's my Christmas Easter Arbor day best deal they all rolled up into one wow I I cannot wait to get to Mardi Gras I can't wait to be back in New Orleans it is a you know yes it is my my happy place and this year I'm gonna be on the float so I don't know how I'll survive no I haven't seen you we spent we spent two weekends ago two days making sleep masks to throw off the float I saw that on Instagram on the Graham on the grass you know I'm big on the great big on the ground yeah not so much a you're not so much you're not on anything anymore we like to tweet at producer Cody I do I tweet a lot and I got to get off their man it's getting it's getting ugly Twitter I can't deal with Twitter I have been on there lately I read it I'm I'm there but I don't really tweet because everyone so all tweets something a harmless suggests this someone knocking his joke and he gets nothing I'm like well what if I slammed you know a political party or something then I'll get sick or make some and some sexist remark but that would give me cancel you know I don't wanna get canceled really what are they get what what people get kids will be from yeah but I let's be honest but I don't want to cancel so I just read Twitter now because I'm not jumping into that water I see people like you're on there and you make you make a comment that's not outrageous it's not a an incendiary take in people either ignored or they go crazy and it's just so yeah Twitter's just a quagmire of heat why do you still devil so much either what do you what are you still on there I'm connected to people it's a.

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"brian christmas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"brian christmas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hawaii returning home over the weekend he apologised for causing anxiety with his unannounced trip in India prime minister Narendra Modi's looks set for an election defeat in the eastern state of Jharkhand the vote comes as motor has been struggling to contain national anger against his religion based citizenship law we have seen violent crashes and twenty four people have been killed the government is also wrestling with an economy growing at the slowest pace in six years with unemployment now at its highest level in four decades global news twenty four hours a day and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries were shot yep but it's good to guesses of it's a Brijeg Houston bright as multi asset strategist at Wells Fargo asset management great of you to join as Brian Christmas Eve of course here in Hong Kong the eve of Christmas Eve that where you are that said it took a little bit about what you are looking at as being the big story of twenty twenty yes thanks for having me yes the very exciting time to be here especially he hot contrasted to what things look like last year last year and Christmas Eve day that was the bottom line of the market and you know we've come a long way since then and a lot has obviously happened so the big risk events especially run trade and break that seem to be not necessarily distant memories but at least a little bit in the rear view mirror so when we're looking ahead one of the big things that were really watching is whether or not president trump fire is going to turn against any other countries viewing the phase one trade deal with China as almost a template for how to deal with other countries our other regions including of the European Union so well I would like to say that you the trade deal phase one is done it might actually be serving as almost a playbook for to think through how things might unfold and that as a result we probably do need to brace ourselves for continued volatility and so that's how we're positioning portfolios were still optimistic about the outlook we do have a bias towards equity in risk assets in general we think that we're going to avoid any sort of recession in the United States will likely see a global rebound in economic activity in the first quarter but you fear that yeah this will be a little bit more volatility much like what we saw toward the end of two thousand eighteen going into early two thousand nineteen Brian here in the New York session we had many of the rate sensitive groups like utilities and real estate kind of drift lower today as a long term interest rates stubbornly of moved higher I ten year treasury only at one ninety two very quickly here is it likely that that market breaks begin to drift up a little bit in the new year I think the key word there is dressed yes we don't think that it's going to be a major move higher where we have to be too worried about duration but it is unlikely that the bias is toward higher rates maybe over the last the six months or so was more the aberration than the norm prime when we continue the conversation want to get your take on kind of geopolitical risk particularly were trading.

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"brian christmas" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"brian christmas" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"Now let's get back to the twelve beers of Christmas twelve beers a Christmas Brian. We have went through eight of them. We have we have went through eight of them. And we're having to pace ourselves BRI. Yes because we are mature and responsible. Beer drinkers don't Wanna get crazy here. Bridge which are you holding up over. There does good as crew on a lady. Corona Corona could starts right. So yeah we're doing. We're doing all right here. So the next four beers there's in our twelve years of Christmas we have Sierra Nevada's celebration fresh hop IPA. We got into twenty-first minutes fireside chat would is a winner l. so we got into one that there's absolutely no way. I'm going to say this correctly. Brian is a Belgian beer. Cursed Matzke Brian. I'm gasol I'm I'm okay with that. That's their Christmas nightcap winter l. and also bells Christmas L. Though got classic the Classic Bells Christmas L. It you know as we go on the ABC's creeping up this isn't that mid right yes were down lane which is why it's very important that we pace ourselves out because the last four years that we going into are going to be the some of the biggest boost ones Belgians and imperial stoute's indeed and segment four is going to be super segment fori super segment for yes looking forward to that Brian. Christmas Beers You know there was a time and I believe you've got a little more information for us on that I believe it was in twelfth. Well th- century Norway. You're actually required by law written law to brew Christmas Beers at Right. Yeah actually that is true. I'd never ever heard of this until recently on that Lars blog where he documents that Norwegian Farmhouse Ales famously but everything else about Norwegian beer culture in twelfth while century Norway. It was illegal not to brew beer for Christmas. It wasn't a kidding around situation. They were serious about it according to the Gula thing law. Aw if you didn't brew a beer for Christmas you had to pay three marks to the bishop which apparently was a big fine if you didn't brew a beer for three years and you didn't pay the fees is your properties would be seized and split between the Church and the crown and only if you confess your sins may penance. Would you be allowed to continue living in Norway so they were serious about otherwise. You're exiled from the king's realm right. That's six Christmas beer or get out of here. That seems seems like an easy one not to get busted on right. Yeah in a lot of people. Were already brewing beer so you would think it would be a no big deal. That here's the thing eh with all weird beer loss is a good chance religion was involved. This was driven by religion. So it wasn't so much that you had to do the beer. You had to brew Beer on Christmas and Toast Christ and the Virgin Mary or mother Mary specifically so that was what it was because Christmas basically took over jewel which it was a holiday that they had you know in the Pagan Celebrating vaping celebrating vapor. Yes yeah all those tobacco things. Yeah it's fantastic. Everybody was getting getting off cigarettes back there and twelve with their e CIG rate health. You know it. It was great when they're rating towns but Yes so they needed you to brew this beer. I specifically to toast Christ and mother. Mary and that was what it was so it was part of Christianity taking kind of taking over Norway because this was a big time when they they were moving from basically pagan a lot of paganism into Christianity. And a lot of crossover there and actually that's Christmas got aligned with Pagan celebration since their ruin your Christmas beer probably newly called Christmas exactly at that time and had to had to bless it to the Christian And if you did they weren't happy again you. You had a lot of the penalties. Initially were to the church the only time. The crown got kickback. As if they were seizing your assets and kicking you out of the country so I like how the final penalty penalty is. Give me all your stuff and leave get out of here when it comes down to like all right. I'll prove the beer. That's fine. Yeah easy demand. Let's brew this beer of the Beers we've had here Brian None of them Norwegian so far not a single one not a single one. But we've had some good ones. What are your thoughts? It's on round to the next forebears. We've had I the the beer that we can't pronounce it. I've never even heard of before the Kurt smooth smooth ski the Christmas nightcap from Belgium. That's my winner right now. That's of now that you've found before you went to the store. Do you just see it on the shelf for it. I saw the shelf. I I'd never heard of it. It's like Christmas nightcap. Oh this is a wild card. This could be anything. I was expecting very little honestly and It's delivered deliberately can flavor. Oh this is fantastic. Fantastic Ridge were you familiar with this. One never heard of it not on the shelves at Spray Bottle Shop in Marietta Georgia but you guys to at all. It's it's got hype. Yes build the hype man. Build the hype. What was your number one bridge the same one? Yeah Zack which which was your top one there. Okay that it gives to the bells. He gives the Christmas L.. And then so so. That's he said. The Kurtz Mickey got number. Two Kurtz Mickey got my number one. That was a surprise. I didn't expect back from an unknown Belgian beer. You know coming out there but I always enjoy Belgian Christmas beer so you know bring it on. It had big Almost a fruit cake spicy. Oh Yeah Nice March. The Good Belgian character just excellent holiday character Do Pretty carbonated kind of almost effervescent. I wrote effervescent investment in my little notes here. Yeah that's that was a surprise man. I love that one a lot. What's your current number? Well maybe I shouldn't ask you. What your current number two is over whenever to over all four? Maybe if I'M GONNA wait till we get all twelve before I go that I'm taking it one step at a time here on four that we've just had the four that we've just had a firestone chat firestone and I like that one I got I got a little essence a fireplace in there. Maybe a touch of of smokiness Again Katie. I think a lot of he's with the Malt and the spices shirk. Christmas cake comes to mind I really enjoyed that one a lot. I'm GonNA throw their bells. Got Me number. Three almost almost tasted like the hops in there were still to me. It had what I'm going to call a little vintage taste that I didn't I'd event it didn't dig and celebration. Jason gets number four out of this next. I'll tell you there's only one reason why gets number four and that is simply because it didn't say Christmas two hundred percent Ordina glass right. Yes the Lucius beer delicious beer and I'm not typically a real big hop head like this but you know there wasn't wasn't a ton of bitterness not overly bitter beer but the season right and that's it for me to bridges the beers delicious. It just didn't do it for me for Christmas. That's a great cold weather. Ip for people who liked that or like your Red Ale replacement type of thing. Because you don't see a lot of that not that many radios anymore and I kind of had that little bit of that Vibe to me I like it i. I could drink that that all throughout the cold weather. I got the celebration The celebration Al at Decatur Beer fast and it was a cold and rainy day this year. Educator Educator Beer fest and it was it was delight IRV really good so but if we're going Christmas bring me some of those spices. Bring me a little character to it. I think his what's doing it for me. Okay so with the bells. Christmas sale my one thought is of all these. A lot of them have had a bigger spice presence. That was more rich and I think they were going for a hearkening working back to like the the heated Wa- sales of your with the booze of your of your. Yeah that's that's the cells of your the technical term for your are and you'll of your when they stopped heating up beers at at Christmas time do two hops not tasting good when they're heated. They tried to replace that with alcohol. Warmth and I. I think that's what they did there and I appreciate what bells did with that. I kind of like that. All right did not notice the Vintage shops but I wouldn't be surprised I guess by that. Will you be making some Glue Creek again in this year Brian. Yes I'm going to say yes. I haven't put down firm plans to it but yes I have the the right bottle for that. Is that a winter wine Nelson Glueck Creek. You know what gloominess are okay so glue creek is basically the same thing but with creek. I won't use a creek beer. You know so. It's a a hot spiced creek. got that idea from cascade. And I've been using their creek every year as long as I have bottles to make Glue Creek you warm it up. You add some honey to it at had some fruit to it asks them mulling spices and I can tell you really good taste very impressive..

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"brian christmas" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

11:49 min | 2 years ago

"brian christmas" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Do you define what a craft distiller is that's a fantastic question and one that is easily answered by going to our definition of member and the American craft spirits association diff cited to define craft by of certain standards which are to be a member of the association you must produce fewer than seven hundred and fifty thousand proof gallons along with that you must sign a code of ethics which affirms that involves that's what's in the bottle is in fact what is on your label and importantly also is the independence and control that you have over the distillery operation we didn't want to purposely provide a number of volume number four members that would be set to low because we would know that we have to probably remove that number increases each year because we want our members to be successful in the world of craft how big is the market share Margie for craft distillers versus some of the larger distilling companies well last year alone so if I'm looking at twenty eighteen in terms of volume sales we reached at this point long sales that we should be exceedingly proud of because a growing annual growth rate of twenty five percent so invaluable terms were about four point eight billion in sales and in non value we represent about five point eight percent of the overall market in just under four percent volume of the of the market and more just for the benefit of me I'm not a teetotaler but I don't drink hard liquor so I'm kind of new to all of this can you just give me the thirty second explanation of distillation of what is still is and what it does well I'm I'm probably able to provide that but I think almost Courtney McKee would be in a better position sheet from she's actually are a distiller okay Courtney can you just give me the thirty second idiots guide to what a distillery is and how it works absolutely several ads so distilleries do you work very similar to worries me mash we for man's and and we're a brewery than social what they produce we take it one step further I'm and we run it through a purification system where we are separating man hi in a still separating out the the majority of the water from bed the spirit so we're looking to retain at Assen all we're looking to retain some character depending on what it is that were that were producing but really what we're doing is we're taking ninety percent of the volume that we've made and we're dumping it down the right train and were taking the final ten percent and turning that into a product we get to share with the audience Courtney told us about head frame spirits how to get started so we had frame actually started as a result of a of a failure my at my husband and business partner now my husband was working in the bio diesel industry he was building biodiesel refineries around the Midwest and in two thousand ten the company that he was working for failed as a as a function of the recession and that gave us a really great opportunity to take what he knew about distilling and what I knew about running a business and turn that locally to our community and creates am I happy your next chapter for our family and something that that that maximize my opportunity for awesome for for our community and I'm in terms of storytelling to a larger audience so it's kind of your your nice guy version of of of breaking bad in a way you to the side she knew and then you apply it to something else with with much happier circumstances I should say I'm not comparing your husband Walter white it just felt like a very interesting way to pivot from business to business tell me about what makes head frame spirits unique Courtney what's your special recipe for lack of a better term I'm well part of what makes had frame unique hi is is Sam a suite of products that we opened west and two thousand twelve folks in this industry are incredibly creative and we continue all of us to push the boundaries and what definitions of spirits are and what kinds of flavors were introducing to you ID and says one of the originals that made am I had free really stand out is called working girl Bourbon cream look core and had frame is branded after our community I had frames were mining structures hi beauties that copper mining town and had frames for the old mining structure is the elevators that raised and lowered minors under the ground and we decided to name the company after the community in that sense and use it to tell story about the community Sweeney me to the products after mines in beauty and orphan girl is one of those another piece of differentiation for ahead for you is that we also build distillation equipment forward distilleries around the world so we build really high tech hi continuous flow distillation systems for our peers in the industry I'm sorry continuous flow does that mean that it just keeps byte distilling the filling as opposed to doing a batch stopping in doing another batch or what does that mean exactly you are exactly correct batch distillation similar to eighty cattle you fill it up hi you apply heat to calm the alcohol is removed you dump the water you clean it out you fill it again and continuous flow distillation with that same tea kettle I analogy rather than filling the kettle we're putting just a small volume in the cattle at a time and maintaining a balance were always able to feed in and and take off product at continuously it and we see a whole host of financial advantages for companies running continuous flow stills and and and we're proud to be the folks bringing this type of science to the industry Brian Christmas and what you think is fueling the growth of American craft distilling clearly we've got some much for north like Courtney who are finding a variety of ways to distinguish themselves what do you see in a broader sense in terms of why this sector is growing I think it has a lot to do with people's interest in connecting to local products and people I mean one of the huge benefits craft distilling has you know the small producers is they can build personal relationships like corny talks about they've built a following within their local community that really cares about what they do and they give back some people want to know where their you know their products are coming from and where the ingredients are sourced from so you've got distillers for working with local farmers and they tie in the agriculture and you can actually point to the farm that you know grain is coming from and then they can go in and actually watch a being produced and then see the barrels so you have kind of this local velour community that's really excited about the innovation that's happening and that's the other thing small producers they can make a lot of really esoteric products you know you've got you know Bourbon creams and you've got you know brandies and things that large producers maybe more may making is consistently smaller producers can make and really kind of be created an experimental it's it's really exciting Courtney what about you your ingredients to use ingredients from Montana do you supply from other we work primarily with grain from Montana the corn we use for her Bourbon isn't isn't grown in Montana and so that's the only AG that we that we bring in and it's a Montana is where most of the barley used in the U. S. comes from we have the country's largest mall house about three hours away from us and it's you know it's our challenge sort of two at two distillers in Montana and that you know why should we let all this amazing AG get trucked to other states to become product why can't we keep more of that at home and your head very proudly uses about two hundred thousand pounds of Montana grain annually and that's a really exciting that's a really exciting number with regard to the local relationship that's kind of what Russell was getting at in this voice mail he left in our inbox this is Russell squaw valley in Lake Tahoe California my favorite local distillery is called Verde by local and they're located moved her died about a just outside of Reno they make fantastic whiskeys and gender better sold all around the world and also have a small bar where you can taste the product Russell thanks for sharing that with us and he by the way Russell hope that you're doing all right with the planned power outages up and down the state of California we know that a number of the PGA any outages are in the Sierra Valley foothills so hopefully you and yours are all doing well with that were speaking to Margie Lehrman the CEO of the American craft spirits association Brian Christensen the co owner and editor of artisan spirit magazine and Courtney McKee the owner and founder of head frame spirits glad to get some more of your stories and thoughts about the distilleries that have made an impact on you or if you are a distiller what you're making and what you're doing to make it a little unique one A. acts W. A. M. U. dot org I'm Joshua Johnson and you're listening to one Hey Margie we got a number of comments like what N. K. Y. girl rode NT why girl tweeted Bourbon not from Kentucky heresy Margie I'm sorry I'm laughing at that no you're not on the web Anna sorry well yes exactly because the definition of Bourbon is not that it is made in the state unlike Tennessee whiskey for example the definition of a of Bourbon is that it must have at least fifty one percent corner above I am in Indiana right now because I'm at our annual spirits competition where I will tell you that Bourbon has been submitted in that is probably one of the larger categories of spirits that have been submitted and they are literally from all across the country you mentioned at the start of the program that there's over two thousand operating distilleries right now in the United States and I will say that Bourbon is one of those products because it does need to age to have of the flavors really mailed in and to be something that the consumer would really be able to experience that wow factor and as a result you'll see a flow of other products that are made to sort of help these sales in the distillery saying flow until they produce the the Bourbon so what we're seeing this year compared to other years or Bourbons that have been H. much longer and I can't wait to taste them when I'm done with this show you said you're at a spirits competition in Indiana I am tell us about that what's going on sure every year the American press spirits association produces a spirits competition are judging where we have a panel of about forty judges coming in from across the country within all different disciplines from spirits writers to famous mixologist two authors to bar owners hospitality group and they will assemble over the course of the next few days to.

"brian christmas" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"brian christmas" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Thanksgiving and Christmas traveler should start searching for flights as soon as next Wednesday in order to get the best airfare prices they're saying the date that date marks the beginning of the month long period when flights are going to be cheapest for travel in November and December for thanksgiving you can save money by booking travel on the Monday before November twenty fifth or on thanksgiving day itself I looked into fares you fly on thanksgiving day itself may you save eight. there does because last year yeah like their prices tend to be higher on the Sunday before thanksgiving and as for Christmas best day to fly in terms of price and crowds is actually Christmas Eve. worst day the day after Christmas yeah Brian Christmas Eve is very cheap because everybody wants. so I'm not going to do it it's cheap because nobody wants it would ruin my Christmas. you have to do is sacrifice everything's that the holidays all. that you're traveling at all for Christmas so you move the day around a little bit move Jesus's birth. your kids cry right. this is Megan all cry because I want to save a hundred Bucks by flying in on Christmas day I'll tell you as a swing a single guy all Fleischer's was stale and thanksgiving when it when I was a child let's see I always did that fine on thanksgiving Christmas whatever is great that your news I'm Marshall Philip C. Armstrong get a show the conscience of the nation. save on meals by making your child to eat out of the garbage. a child. tomorrow is the autumnal equinox eighty year old bluesman. about. what I'm not a druid so I don't actually say a tunnel equinox which tomorrow is the first day of fall so starting Monday I will be wearing scarves and owns every single day in some sort of a one of those in it a bank robber caps we call is going to have to. no a column of beanie the little round thing that the bill on it the little short bill like a paper boy from the forties I'm gonna lose the hat yeah yeah this popular things that I see hipsters where I'll tell you what. I hate to sound like Larry King writing one of his dot dot dot com's but shooting our out in.

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"brian christmas" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"brian christmas" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"One lead when rand as a W. CDS ADD Cup limits placed by don Smith in the third inning San Diego put up a three spot to get snow was Syndergaard he didn't help his own cause issuing a pair of one out walks three errors on the night for Smith in an eventual seven too long it's very frustrating because you know we get here so early every day and we put in so much work to be prepared for the game and then you get your one or two chances and stuff like that happens also one fourth of the funny things strike and the any anywhere this for the couple runs were men well Margot walks he's one of the two walks in that inning is that it was like they toyed with them the Mets actually even try to pitch out and get strong revenue goes on the next page and steals a base and then they try to pick off played second they almost given second next page like our pick me up and I was still flirt what do you guys in Paris and what was the last time a or forgetting a year recently the last time you felt like the Mets had a good situation behind the plate and Gary Carter was or where the Sears defensively Duca may I guess throwing I found yeah la Duke would probably be I very well could be miss someone let alone Castro decent back there defensively yeah it was later in his career but wasn't really there everyday right I mean just I feel like this been going on forever yeah Todd from Todd Hundley to Mike piazza Mackey Sasser of control of ball back to ensure that the now I mean I don't know yeah right seriously it's just brutal yup medline of quiet the route five hits thirteen strikeouts Padres added laid against resa million the bull pen as for Smith's defense Mickey Callaway says they try to work on some fundamentals recently fly communication of the day and trusting that you know everybody else around you is going to do their job so you can just go after the ball call wouldn't commit to it the best you can so you're not going to run into somebody really dealing with some basics here not natural for him out there to this point right we deal with that with the nine and ten yards not professional size Lee the loss charge to Syndergaard seven innings eight hits four runs three them aren't five walks H. strikeouts Callaway always finding that silver line I don't care how many runs you give up if you go seven as a starting pitcher you've done something how many what if you give up eight runs seven nine ten I mean come on Syndergaard says it's been the same issue that's plagued him insists been number problem all your syste execution strung out there and try to win every pitcher trying quick yeah Allen Eddie from since you guys are quote unquote met fans Mets catcher or not and here's the criteria has to be in the last nine years okay SO two thousand model two thousand ten to two thousand nineteen providing names yes okay go first with some of these names are funny tailored Teegarden Mets catcher no no now to get caught nine games yes two thousand fourteen I remember that already tell her tea garden I mean come on I didn't catch that on the one I am SportsCenter IT Scott Shaw blur fake also fake yes yes we face or just not a bank has made a name okay Sean blur just making up names I mean is it any worse than Taylor T. guard I understand I don't know if it's just absurd in that day because for some I don't remember Taylor T. gore okay catching nine games this one you'll remember and this clearly is a make catcher you members are you the immortal Johnny mon el I do not recall no idea vaguely yeah twelve games in two thousand fifteen this is gonna Jeez point is that the same years to garden the year after all okay that was the year of door no pull wacky and Anthony Recker any record member have you guys remember one San tan all now my god no when the hell was Kelly shopping on the mat I do remember that I don't remember that I DO Hey do remember came over to trade I think that rod berasa replacing the math HM I really is amazing when you look at the the list to his point now like who's been a really good met catcher we miss anyone that's been good twenty years any Rene Rivera was a good defensive catcher I mean I felt okay I feel comfortable with him behind the yeah that's probably who I was thinking but beyond that I mean John Bock yeah in Australia right want to try the Dickey specialists are on house was in the house and ten briefly how many games the fi seventy three okay more than I would have never Brian Schneider right Schneider duty that Joe and Evan weekly spot yeah I was producing that show and that was after la Duke alright yeah and and he hung the road and have to call him and his name was under an alias and I was thinking you will need an alias what was the alleys to member Brian Christmas come brain Christmas room that lease with Lloyd Christmas in there I don't know I would've respected that role in my eyes you don't need aliasing was going to be looking for you Brian Schneider if the same first name I mean honestly how hard would it be to figure out like okay Brian in the cruise is presented things not Christmas so this must be him here in room you know eight seventy three or whatever I still remember J. R. it's telling me that he is he from but from the prying Chris what if the guy a for buying Christmas like this is ridiculous it's not like it's Mike piazza from crisis aches Jacob thanksgiving opposed by our base rubber game at twelve ten first page on the V. C. B. as eight eighty elsewhere the angels completed a season sweep of the Dodgers they beat LA three to two in the it's like the blue jays for nothing behind a one hitter from Shane beaver here's his manager Terry Francona just.

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