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"To introduce you in this story with you -ASEBALL walkup music no no no no we don't need that now okay we we might do it to you anyway just warning you okay okay I I met Logan Ice at baseball spring training that's the practice time before baseball season starts you've been with the Indian three APP drafted by the Indians in two thousand sixteen s Logan is twenty four years old he plays catcher and he's built like a catcher he square and muscular picture like a nine volt back story with legs three years ago Logan was playing college baseball he was eligible to be drafted by Major League Baseball team and if you happen to turn on the TV on the night of the draft the baseball experts really liked Logan Logan is they saved one of the best all around catchers in this draft a switch hitting that you're always a tough to find what do you think of Osu's backstop these got savvy I think he's got athleticism and agility behind the plate like this is one of the better college catchers out there on Indians ended up drafting Logan they liked him so much they paid him an eight hundred fifty thousand dollar signing bonus which is a lot of money but if things went well for Logan he could make so much money that that bonus would look like birthday card cash they're big leaguers playing Logan's position right now who make twenty million dollars per year but the way this works new players like Logan don't go straight to Cleveland's main team the one you see on national TV the one where guys are making millions no logan had to go and prove himself he got tossed in with the hundreds of other players playing on the Cleveland Indians feeder teams they're they're minor league teams Logan got sent two teams like the Mahoning Valley scrappers the Lynchburg Hill cats the Akron rubber ducks where the salary is not millions and last year in Africa what was your living situation so I was living on the couch for a little while lived in the hotel for a little while they give you a couple of nights how much you making if you can divulge her give me a range of thinking. Hey I want to say it's around sixteen hundred Aa I think is what it comes out to be something like that that's sixteen hundred dollars a month but only during the season no pay for spring training no pay for the off season so logan salary is just around eight thousand dollars a year not eighty thousand eight thousand six is but that doesn't account for living that doesn't account for shipping your car out that doesn't account for food granted they feed you a couple of meals a day Logan and to some degree all minor leaguers are kind of like living breathing lottery tickets when they pay off and make the majors they pay off huge earn millions and millions of dollars but for the vast majority of minor league players that never happens they toil away in the minor the League's making Bupkus and most do not have a giant signing bonus you see baseball is a winner-take-all career there is a very small chance of making huge amounts of money but more importantly there is a huge chance of making almost no money and as far as logan ice knew those really the only two options but one day a couple of years ago he was at the batting cages practicing and he got this message on Lincoln Lincoln in as like some of those recruiters and stuff that you automated message like yeah like that long do you remember what it said though I could maybe pull it up but see what I got here so he said Hey Logan it's been a minute it's also a small world because I was in the message was from an old baseball friend someone he hadn't seen in a while so there was some small commiserating about a particular minor league assignment Logan and gotten sucks that you got stuck in Mahoning valley last year which that he's one hundred percent right anyways I wanted to reach out because Logan's old friend explained that he was working for this new company that had an idea for how players might be able to deal with this super uncertain take all salary situation his friends message said that this company will quote help baseball players financially by pooling risk and invest listing in each other so logan's reading this and he's thinking this sounds fishy yeah no I I was the first thing I tell them saying hello and welcome to planet money I'm Kenny Malone and I'm Tom Goldman Tom Goldman covers sports for NPR. I should you do and what if this pooling risk thing what if it is a thing what is a completely new way to look at not just baseball but any winter GEICO career today on the show an economic idea that could change the way baseball players and the rest of US think about how we get paid support for NPR comes from Newman's own foundation working to nourish the common good by donating all profits from Newman zone food products to charitable organizations that seek to make the world a better place more information is available at Newman's own foundation dot org should I call you Zach or should I call you Cowabunga or one zero it's much better you wrote on read it that the planet money newsletter is like meaning a noir detective in the parking garage for evidence exchange and incriminating photos can you confirm what's incriminating about the newsletter found some deep dark secret that once did you know how people sign up pure orgy slash planet my newsletter you nailed it all right the company that was sending in messages to try and get in touch with Logan ice is called Pando P. 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O. and here's a version of the pitch Pando was making to Logan let's actually you're a first round let's make the numbers bigger and more exciting your first round pick as a first round pick you have expected future MLB earnings of forty five million ars grave I'm in I think everyone's excited about the happy about that this is Charlie Olson he's Pandora's co-founder the problem is your odds are like a coin flip you're you're you're outcome is going to be some version of a coin fifty percent of the time you're gonNA average ninety million dollars amazing fifty percent of the time you'll make less than one not amazing not amazing Charlie's point is that even if you're one of the most promising players in the world sure there is a chance you will become one of the richest people in the country there is also a chance your future baseball earnings will be almost nothing you might get injured you might hit up streak of bad luck you might just not be as good as everybody thinks so the companies pitch to players like Logan Ice is this wouldn't it be nice if you and some of your fellow baseball players could somehow share the risk of this brew title winner-take-all career that you've chosen this idea is called an income pool and it's pretty simple like logan just get together with a handful of other players in his shoes so still stuck in the minors still making up kiss and then Logan and these players would make a deal if one of US makes it to the majors and exit big then that person will kick back part of his big money to the rest of us in the pool where baseball can be zero sum when your best friend gets called up and you didn't now of a sudden when your best friend gets called up a little bit of you did panda thinks this income pool idea would work for all kinds of else but the company is just a few years old and starting out with baseball and we spent a ton of time asking Charlie Olson questions about how this would actually work for example is there a level of baseball player that is too low to join pool no there's there's nothing that's too low so what about right now Kenny Malone in studio eligible to be a client of Panos Okay so yes Kenny you have to be in the minor leagues at least but okay so let's just say you and I are interleague irs yes here's how this would work and and we need hundreds of people for our pool it could be as small as just you and me making a deal yeah so then then Tom and I make this agreement and we need to set up the terms of our pool and we could we could set whatever terms we want but there there's a kind of standard contract that baseball players use and to explain it I was GONNA make the big leagues and we're in this pool together here's how this would play out Tom will not have to pay anything until he is earned one point six million dollars playing in the major leagues and once I reached that one point six million level all kick ten percent of the money I make after that back to the pool Pando is gonNA take a ten percent cut of our pool so that's one percent of Tom's additional money essentially that's their business model but but theoretically this is great wait for me like I'm stuck in the minor leagues with my Crappy Minor League salary and it is now subsidized by Tom's giant big league contract and maybe Tom Mix thirty million dollars a year suddenly a millionaire even though I'm in the minor leagues and the contract runs until my career is over or until I paid twenty million dollars into our pool so that's a version of the income pool plan pitched over the phone to our real minor leaguer logan ice shoot now
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"Support and recognizing recognizing these rarely control over the Golan Heights. Alan Dershowitz says that a court you hold those responsible for that phony Russian dossier in contempt of court. Kellyanne Conway commented on the feud between her husband and the president. But I. The mullahs report is out, and no I don't have it in my baby libertarian fingers, so far it's been delivered to the. AG Bill bar. And the White House has been notified that report has been received. Both rod Rosenstein, the deputy Ag and bar have seen the report. According to a senior DOJ official have no idea. How long report is? The next steps, according to Sarah Sanders. Are up to the. Now, according to the law, the AG can release some of the report part of the report all the report, I guess the could even release none of the report. Now, as I said to you a million times were there to be any evidence of collusion. Alan shifts. And various other Democrats would have it by now, they've got bupkus, and they know it. And in fact, the last several days you've heard them tapping down expectations. So now, it's gone from collusion to conspiracy to coordination to obstruction of Justice to let's see what stormy Daniels got and whether or not that violated campaign and on and on and on it's gonna keep going. It's gonna keep going. Now apparently bar is going to give a summary of the reports principal conclusions to various committee members of both parties. When we will see the report how much of it. We will see I have no idea. All I know is that sooner or later it is going to come out. Somebody is going to put it out whether he or she does. So because he or she feels that they must do. So as an act of moral conscience, I have no idea. But I find it inconceivable that this report will not see the light of day. We'll just have to wait though. In the meantime, Beto O'Rourke who has announced president he is a failed candidate for Senate against Ted Cruz says we don't need any walls, and we don't have a problem on the border. He's I'm here to tell you April only positive story from the US Mexico border. We do not need any walls thirty billion dollars two thousand miles long thirty feet high that will not be.
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"Rocky shortstop Trevor story with our own Mike Reiss, I workout for the Rockies pitchers and catchers next Wednesday in Scottsdale hard to believe that what's the temperature in Scottsdale, Scottsdale. Thirty-six just check it on that. We continue the sports conversation with Mike Reiss who is not hot of late and catching heck from their coach Denver Nuggets. Yeah. They're struggling a little bit sports. Brought to us by fix it. Twenty four seven plumbing and heating nuggets laid an egg in Brooklyn one thirty five to one thirty. It was not that close for much of the game nuggets. Made it look closer with a big fourth quarter. But for much of the game. It was a blow out the net. Scored forty two points in the second led by twelve points at halftime Brooklyn hit nineteen of thirty four three pointers nuggets. Head coach Mike Malone said their issues were deeper than that. I think the three point line was a byproduct of the real difference in the game. Which was how hard they played. I mean, I think it's a shame that I have to take five starters out in the third quarter because you're not playing to low you supposed to play this game game of mistakes are gonna make mistakes get miss shots. Things are going to happen. But when you're out there going through the motions, there's one thing. I just can't stand to watch. And and will not stand to watch. Yes. Nineteen threes isn't awful number. But more alarming for me as back to back games when we have guys in the starting lineup that are out there and not playing as hard as they need to play, man. Oh, man. Gotta love coach Malone. Putting it down saying it like it is nuggets will try to regroup tomorrow night. They play a very good. Seventy Sixers team in Philly. We'll see if the effort is any better trade deadline today. One o'clock mountain time several deals in the NBA NBA yesterday, but still bupkus from the pelicans who have not even responded the Lakers most recent proposal to try and get forward. Anthony davis. College basketball CU pulls away. From UCLA down the stretch buffs. Get an eighty four seventy three.
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"When the new stadium opens will you don't. In and then one year now. Yeah, exactly fast. China's went for me. I have a list is a game. You can play funches j you can play. I have a list of current ram players. And where they went to college. Let's see if you guys can match the player to the school yet. All right. Here's the first one Brandin cooks went to school at a Oregon state be Oregon or see LSU fund, which one Oregon state, Oregon relics, you think it's Oregon state, okay? J it's Oregon may spring. I say I think it's LSU though winner is Michael funchess. Brandon cook went to Oregon state. Okay. All right. Number two. No wonder nobody ever heard of them. Mark, barron. Went to a Clemson be Florida or see Alabama. Jay, Mark, Barron. Went to Clemson, Florida or Alabama. Florida Mace, Clemson, Florida. Alabama. Bama Michael is to for to bear. Alabama. Okay. C J Anderson went to a Stanford be Cal or see Washington may Stanford collar Washington, cow fudge, Washington. Jay, washington. Okay. You too or eightieth? Winter listening today. Gee. For Steve to win. How tight you've tied funchess for the lead. All right funds. You go first on this one Samson who become went to a eastern Washington be central Michigan or see western Kentucky, a eastern Washington be central. Michigan. See western Kentucky, central Michigan. You're going central. Michigan j western Kentucky. Western Kentucky Mace. I'm going western Kentucky, all three of you. Incorrect. Went to new stern washing eastern. Same school is Holland cowherd. Wow. All right. John Johnson the safety went to a Rutgers be Syracuse or see Boston College. Rutgers Syracuse or Boston College Mays you first Syracuse. Funk. Rutgers Rutgers J Syracuse, all three of you. How we roll two more. So far funchess to Mason to Corrales bupkus that I got one. Oh, wait. I take the back. Yeah. You did get one. It's two to one lamarcus Joyner went to a Florida. Be Florida's state. See Miami fund. Lamarcus Joyner Florida, Florida state or Miami fest. You a for shoe J FSU FSU Mace? I'm gonna go Florida Mason, you should have followed there. Tutu, but it all comes down this. This one's worth two and a half has three corral says to Mason has to you need this one to win it, boys. Roger cephalopod went to a Indiana be Iowa. See Perdue J Corrales, Indiana, Iowa or Purdue right here. Sapphire you're going to base, Indiana, Iowa or Purdue am I going I I'm Jay just went. He's guest. Doodoo? We'll make Michael go because I'm I'm the one that's in the prone position. Yeah. He's I'll say Iowa going, Iowa, Mason Nian, Iowa Purdue. I'll say Indiana Mason with some serious strategy for the win. I tell you. We were padding for him. You very nicely done. Remind victory for masive rate, though, that was the equivalent of one dollar on priceless. Absolutely was good. All right. Time for one more. What's CAS stand for the consumer electronic show? So new product this year at the convention, Las Vegas it. It has all the gadgets. Gadget convention looks like a little penguin cat kind of a little sloth. It's called a low vodka. It's a companion robot. It's got big googly eyes. An even bigger A I powered heart cab. It was designed and built by Konami Hiatchi who says his goal was building a companion robot that was cuter than BB eight the robot from from Star Wars. Okay. In a nationwide survey of twenty three in Americans last year. Almost fifty percent said they feel alone or left out always or sometimes serious. I've talked about this on the show. I think loneliness is a huge issue in our culture. How do you feel about somebody having a little companion pet robot? Lova the name of the robot is low. But yes, I say you go low vodka. I think that if whatever gets people moving. Yes, if you're sitting at home by yourself and your miserable and Lovato, we'll talk back to you and low will hang out with you. And I I have zero problem with it is really super cute. It's like a toy. Right. But it's a I so it will react to you. If you're sad. It'll be sad. How much money for Lovato? We know I I've not seen a price yet. But I would say priceless priceless. Yeah. I mean, it's the same reason..
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"Get a little bit better on the the feather. We have time to do a couple of. Okay here. We go. So butkus. The U P S, but it's not a word for plight Cup. Okay. So how would you use it in a? In a sense. Well, before you even do that, let me just tell you. They're saying that it may be related to the polish word for beans. But it really means goat droppings or horse droppings. So here in America. The jews. Use this for like, trivial or worthless. Loose Lewis ridiculously small about less than nothing. So to speak. So a good sense would be you know, after all the work. I did I got bupkus. Gotcha. Okay. So you use them sentenced out say the word. I. Butkus? Okay. Okay. I've been starving all day. So I ate this apple, but it was. Optus wasn't enough. Right. No. Acceptable. Let's say I'll say, okay. The next word is K L U T Z. How'd you pronounce it? K L E U T Z klutz read, very good. Yeah. And it literally means a block of wood. So it's often used for dance clubs awkward person. So. So how would use that? In the sense. I'm a very klutzy person or. I'm such a klutz. Now, the next one.
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"Apparently, that's the sticking point nothing. We're talking about border security for the wall. But that means. How many more than we say nothing for the world nothing for the wall? Brad Sherman plans to reduce reintroduce articles of impeachment. The very first day. He was one of three Democrats who introduced resolution of to impeach Trump last year. Along with representatives, Al green and Steve Cohen of Tennessee. Peach, peach body pack. And it's just the first day. Arcane Jeffries democrat from New York says Mexico is not paying for the wall. The great dealmaker has failed. And I have a question for this. Listen to this or are areas along the border where they are currently fences that are put up or barriers that are put up that needs to be enhanced and consistent with what the policy experts have said are helping to improve our security along the border. What we're unwilling to do is to pay a five billion dollar ransom note for a medieval border wall that Trump wants to put forward that. He initially said as you know, John that Mexico would pay for Mexico has not paid for it. The great deal maker has failed. Then we've had two years where Republicans control the house the Senate and the presidency, no border wall. So why in the world would it be reasonable to expect at this time? The American taxpayer would pay for ridiculous water wall. I have a question for my democratic listeners. I know. Oh, you're out there. Listen to my show in your bed under the blanket with a flashlight because you don't want anybody to know. I I understand let me ask you something look into my baby Brown libertarian eyeballs. An answer. This question. Assuming for whatever reason Mexico suddenly said rather than have all this contention half. All this strife, given all the aid that we need from America. Given all the assistance that we need from America. We'll pay for the wall. He's twenty five billion. We'll send you a check tomorrow get to work. With the Democrats still be opposed to the wall. Arguing that it's wasteful. You didn't pay for it inefficient? You can pay for it. Work. Okay. So it won't work. You can pay for it. He's going to make things worse. Be honest. It's still oppose the wall commander who pays for it. Because you decided that the wall is a symbol of. Hatred. A symbol of racism. Symbol of oppression. They don't have a wall on the southern border in Mexico. What they do have is a militarized border. Is that racist? If you're being honest. The wall has now become something for bigger. It would be a capitulation to a president whom you believe he's a fascist is a racist is a big. And that's why you don't want to build it. Not about the money. As I said before it's chump change bupkus in a budget of four trillion dollars where we spent almost twenty trillion dollars into mid sixties fighting the so-called war on poverty. If the idea was to lower poverty, poverty winning. To say nothing of what it's done to families. And create all sorts of perverse incentives. It has caused so many children to be ready for that fathers. We do that. That's not a problem. We're not even having a discussion by reconsidering that. Obama spent close to a trillion dollars in the so called stimulus package. There's no government support. No, no, Republican support for it. And most economists don't believe it did it did a damn thing that they take money out of your pocket and put it in a government bureaucrats pocket where it's going to be spent a lot less efficiently. We have money for that. Four the cars for clunkers program force magazine. Estimates at about cost taxpayers about three and a half billion dollars in didn't stimulate the car industry failure. Do not get me started on the money on Celente First, Boston and all the other so called clean tech companies that we wasted money on that wasn't a problem. All of a sudden now, we've got born again efficiency experts. The wall would not work the wall would not be fishing while we're not be productive since when has it matter to you. How productive has been the forty fifty sixty. I can't even remember how much it is billion dollars. We spend on Amtrak. Amtrak has been taken over by the federal government. Why is a federal government in the business of passenger rail in the first place, we have no problem with that. Loses money every single year. Why are we spending about a half a billion dollars every year on NPR in on PBS? Why? All these different channels. Now all this live streaming. You might have argued some years ago. They might have been a rationale for publicly. Run company run station. News station. With all different alternatives. Particularly given how left wing NPR and PBS. Our taxpayers are paying for it. Why we can't even stop that? But no money for the wall. We come back. Hank Johnson is a democrat from Georgia. He.
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"And it's just the first day. Hakim Jeffries democrat from New York says Mexico is not paying for the wall. The great dealmaker has failed. And I have a question after this clip, listen to this or there are areas along the border where they are currently fences that are put up or barriers that are put up that needs to be enhanced and consistent with what the policy experts have said are helping to improve our security along the border. What we're unwilling to do is to pay a five billion dollar ransom note for a medieval border wall that Trump wants to put forward that. He initially said as you know, John that Mexico would pay for Mexico has not paid for it. A great deal maker has failed. Then we've had two years where Republicans have sold the house the Senate and the presidency, no border wall. So why in the world would it be reasonable to expect at this time? The American taxpayer would pay for ridiculous water walk. I have a question for my democratic listeners. And I know. Oh, you're out there. Listen to my show in your bed under the blanket with a flashlight because you don't want anybody to know. I understand let me ask you something look into my baby Brown libertarian eyeballs. An answer. This question. Assuming for whatever reason Mexico suddenly said rather than have all this contention. Have all this strife, given all the aid that we need from America. Given all the assistance that we need from America. We'll pay for the wall. Here's twenty five billion. We'll send you a check tomorrow get to work. With the Democrats still oppose the war. Arguing that it's wasteful didn't pay for it and efficient you can pay for it. Okay. So it won't work. You didn't pay for it. You're gonna make things worse. Be honest. It's still oppose the wall commander who pays for it. Because you decided that the wall is a symbol of. Hatred. A symbol of racism. A symbol of oppression. No, they don't have a wall on the southern border in Mexico. What they do have is a militarized border. Is that racist? If you're being honest. The world has now become something bigger. It would be capitulation to a president whom you believe is a fascist is a racist is a bigot. In. That's why you don't want to build it. Not about the money. As I said before it's chump change bupkus in a budget of four trillion dollars where we spent almost twenty trillion dollars since the mid sixties fighting the so-called war on poverty. If the idea was to lower poverty, poverty is winning. To say nothing of what he's done to families and create all sorts of perverse incentives. That has caused so many children to be raised without fathers. We do that. That's not a problem. We're not even having a discussion about reconsidering that. Obama spent close to a trillion dollars in the so-called stimulus package. There's no government support. No, no, Republican support for it. And most economists don't believe it did it did a damn thing can take money out of your pocket and put it in government. Bureaucrats pocket where it's going to be spent a lot less efficiently. We had money for that. Had money for the cars for clunkers program force magazine. Estimates that about cost taxpayers about three and a half billion dollars and didn't stimulate the car industry for failure. Do not get me started on the money on Celente First, Boston and all the other so called clean tech companies that we wasted money on that wasn't a problem. All of a sudden now, we've got born again efficiency experts. The wall would not work the wall would not be fishing while we're not be productive since when has it matter to you. Productive has been the forty fifty sixty. I can't even remember how much it is billion dollars. We spend on Amtrak. Amtrak has been taken over by the federal government. Why is a federal government in the business of passenger rail in the first place, we have no problem with that. Loses money every single year. Why are we spending about a half a billion dollars every year on NPR PBS? Why? All these different channels. Now all this live streaming. You might have argued some years ago. They might have been rationale for a publicly. Run company run station. News station. With all these different alternatives, particularly given how left wing NPR and PBS our taxpayers are paying for it. Why we can't even stop that? But no money for the wall. We come back. Hank Johnson is a democrat from Georgia..
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"Right? It doesn't matter because I was allowed to do whatever I wanted to the campaign. Well, no, he's not allowed to do. Whatever he wants. The campaign. He is allowed to have private business. The only through the Russians he is not allowed to have private business dealings with the Russians and like the American electorate about it. And at the same time changed the Republican platform with respect to the Russians in other ways to mix his public policy, and and probably the public policy going forward into his presidency based on you doing it. He's not allowed to I don't I'm not disputing that it stinks. But when you can't convince Jake tapper of CNN, and they had their meetings every day, Trump, Trump, Trump Trump, remember what Jeff Zucker want said, according to Project Veritas, one of the producers said that in a conference, call soccer complimented them on a story. They were doing about the limbic possess. Great. Let's get back to Russia and they've got van Jones a Project Veritas tape referring to the Muller investigation as a nothing burger. It's not illegal, right? It's not illegal to have public have business dealings with the Russians. It's not illegal to. To to change the Republican platform. It may very well be illegal to take that public certainly illegal. If he's done anything aunt convince Jake hacker, a colleague of Chris Cuomo a colleague, Don lemon. You probably got bupkus. We come back and talk about the borders. Steve Scalise says at every single day ten known terrorists credit costs across our border. And there's a new Harvard poll guess, which is the second most important priority for the American voters. I'm Larry elder.
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"Lions are bad team this year, but they probably have and the number I with Gregg Detroit trait take number thirty one second to last in terms of current value according to Forbes, current vice patriots value. And I'm just trying to picture a map, would Carolina be worth much or Tennessee much to Super Bowl lemme lemme just steer you because it's hard one of them. We saw play last night, Cleveland, Cleveland number twenty. Nine. One of them is resurgent in the same state of Ohio, Cincinnati. Cincinnati is number thirty. And the last one is the home of what everybody is calling fits magic. Oh, Tampa, ten. Valuable. Okay. Last one for me, it was announced this week that LeBron James has hired Ryan Kugler to help him remake the classic nineties basketball movie Space Jam. So I went back and wrote a quiz based on the original Space Jam to see how much you guys remember about that movie. So I'm gonna give you. I figured it would be too hard if I didn't. Twenty five years. Greg off, you go last. What are the names of the monsters on the opposing team? A bang Blanco, bupkus pound and not be bupkus crush pound, not and zip or see. Bang Blunk. Oh, pound ripper, and STAN Mays ABC. Be Michael. I'm gonna say, be creek. I don't actually know be all three of you incorrect. The correct answer was a Thang Blanco, bupkus pound and not are they're not all that hard. All right. Who provides the voice of the villain? Sweat hammer. Is it a norm? MacDonald be John Ratzenberger or see Danny devito ABC Mace. Trying to think. I'm gonna say Danny devito. Okay, Michael deigned view it is. It is veto. He was the voice of sweat, Cam, right? Gets one for two. What is the name of the theme park run by the villain? Is it a moron mountain, be pinhead peak or see? Idiot island may Sabeer z. I'm gonna, say, moron mountain. You're going a Michael Moore amount. It is more more on mountain is the correct answer to for three. What named you bugs in pound call. Lola bunny that makes her angry. Is it a sugar be sweets or see doll ABC may sugar sweets or dull. I'm gonna say it's a sugar sugar. I think it was doll, I'm Michael is going with Saul grace. Okay. Funches and Bergman. Correct. It was dull doll. Bugsy don't doll gives the nerd locks a rule book. What is it called? What is the rule book called is a hunting rabbits be had a dry cartoon characters or see how to lose at basketball ABC, Steve b. b. you're going with how to draw cartoon characters. I funchess see, you're going to lose it basketball, Greg, see Mason back in the game, it's p. drawn. And we are tied, yes. Okay. Some proud of you for hanging in with so-called experts and there's only two left who wants twenty five years ago who referees the final game. Is it a Elmer Fudd, be Tweety bird or see Marvin the Martian ABC Mace. I'm going to say a Elmer Fudd Elmer Fudd. You're going with Michael. See Margaret Marshall, great, Marvin, Marvin, the Martian is. As always the last one is worth too. So funchess to funchess and Greg lead by one. But the last one is worth to. All right. Which one of these NBA players did not appear in Space Jam did not appear. Is it a Larry Bird b. Scottie Pippen or see Patrick Ewing AB or seem Mace. Scotty, Pippen or Patrick Ewing. I'm going to say it's Patrick Ewing. Right? You're going see, Michael Pippin. Pippin, definitely be Greg while it's Pippen, but on TV you actually can see Scottie Pippen's name there, but it is. It is giving the reason you see his name IMDB is they showed highlights of Jordan playing for the bulls and Pippen's in the background, but well, then I would argue Scottie Pippen is in the movie, but Larry Bird and Patrick Ewing actually had speaking parts. You remember what Larry bird's part was. He was playing golf with Jordan and Bill Murray when he gets when George get sucked down the Gulf whole Larry Bird is the guy he's playing golf with, and that's how he ends up on moron mountain. But that is the answer funchess you guys went and they are remaking the movie this summer. They're going into production. I just said they were going to twenty nine nine. It is..
"bupkus" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Option it wear these these. Players who, have proven themselves either young who have won defensive player of the year if they do this for the no doubt about. No doubt about it if they stay. Somewhere near par to what they've established as par these, guys are going to. Go down two of the best. At their positions maybe an history of the game. And so the fact that they get, stuck in He's one year deal once, their four. Years in you'll have some attrition on their body already and have to risk their financial future livelihood is it's rough. Man and I don't, blame them, right I I. Could say yeah. That's your contract you'll stay there you agreed to, it but, that's not. What these. Guys did Darnell. Is even in a worst Donald is is. Even worse position because he was outside of the top ten so his fifth year option bupkus. Khalil Mack simply just wants to be paid like he deserves to be all, pro Deion an linebacker. Deep at the player of the year but what else. Do. You want me to put on my resume I belong to be exerted be one of the, top players, in the league at. Least in Oakland is, situation in Khalil. Mack they're trying to do something right they're trying to get Donald Penn did they could pay cut Ryan to free up money so they can give him a. Long term deal it feels like in in Los Angeles with the, Rams they're just like all right did you have to be fair to the, raiders a little bit too long. For my liking to actually start trying I agree But it took a long get around to it I hear you but this is why you think they both play. With one Maybe not really yeah Maybe not wow? Okay This story how could you not, root for Shaquille. Griffin kidney Seahawks rookie I player. Draft with one arm how about this, nine tackles last night including six solos, and one for loss and now stand for tackles in. His first four place. So he's everywhere lay if you've. Ever seen him play he's a great diagnosis of, of of the scheme or he knows where to go and he's, smaller as a linebacker which could be. Detrimental in some cases but in the way, that the past happy especially west is in the NFL he's he's going to be a good asset for. The Seattle, Seahawks, team they're rebuilding obviously and he's a. Backup the Bobby Wagner but I think he's gonna play significant role at. Ports in this season it's not. Gonna be a starter it'd, be a superstar yet but he will show up. Sometimes on game film and I think he is his first game was a product is nine tackles the most of, anybody in football yesterday the product of the fact that you, played most the game but still he showed up. As the greatest, team he. Wasn't. Alive Now I mean and. And if, you, you know you walk into the practice. Facility don't have at one day and they don't have it every day. I mean we think that every. Pro athlete has it every, day they don't it's it's job I mean no. Matter how good your job is sometimes you just don't feel that physically or mentally all you have to do is, look at that young man and if you're not feel it, you'd better stop feeling pretty quick he's got one. Arm that's awesome That was football if the forty with Tiki. And Tierney, on CBS sports radio you know.
"bupkus" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"In the upper right hand corner there's a link to information about this amazing vacation that we're all going to be taking in may of two thousand nineteen and again we've got a couple of nice cabins left so we'd love to have you come along for the cruise with us all right let me start on the program with this it is a show hearing guys i don't i don't want to take some of the enthusiasm that some of you have had watching this on cnbc or fox news channel today away from you particularly because there have been some really satisfying moments where trey goudy has gone after peter struck and essentially pants tim at the hearing there's also some very entertaining melodrama with democrats desperately trying to insert themselves in between peter struck the fbi agent he of the have have a fling with another key fbi agent both of them intimately involved in the launch of the russian investigation and both of them intimately involved in the whitewashing of the hilary clinton email investigation so the democrats have been pretty much throwing themselves in front of speeding trains today as they try to speech a affi and politicize what has been going on but as i'm watching some of this and i haven't been able to sit down and just glue myself to the tube like some of you may have this is what has struck me do the republicans not get together and have a team meeting did they did not get together in the locker room and and have and i would assume that the the coach would be coach gowdy get them all in a room and say all right guys 'cause he's the prosecutor you know he's the guy who knows what he's doing here knows how to grill a witness and i think that's abundantly clear is he's the one who is most effective at grilling the witness the witness in this case being peter struck they knew what peter struck was going to say because incl in a closed hearing a couple of weeks ago they learned everything he was going to say and so bringing him in an open hearing they knew exactly what is going to say and they knew exactly what he was going to try to do they knew he was going to going to try to dance they knew he was going to try to split words they knew he was going to try to give non answers that were that were wordy and confusing in order to try to get the questioning to move along they knew that they also knew the democrats were going to throw their bodies in front of trains the also the democrats were going to use the opportunity because it's all on television to scream as a i can't think of the rep the rep missouri who is screaming about how trump is in bed with russia and trump work with russia to steal the election and all of this nonsense nonsense that is the these these nonsensical questions that have been investigated for the past thirteen months and produced exactly bupkus in the way of evidence to suggest that any of the allegations wherever true but did they get together in the locker room ahead of time and say this is what we're going to do i don't think they did i think everybody in went in there with their own individual agenda and i think that is part of the reason why i'm in fairly short order the hearing just got furry furry for flying everywhere and so to try to make sense of it in in in create a narrative out of it's difficult so this is what i am maybe as it continues on throughout the afternoon we're gonna eventually see this seven again i can't glue myself to the tube but if i'm the one calling the team together i'm saying look guys we're going to ask him about these text messages where he says things like will stop it referring directly to the previous taxed which referred to trump winning the election will stop it we know what he meant by that we know he's biased we know that the.
"bupkus" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Welcome i'm dennis prager i'd like you to hear dialogue between president trump and jens stoltenberg who is a norwegian and he is the head of nato this took place in brussels where the president of the united states is currently weaving with fellow nato leaders and this took place at the belgian ambassador's residence or belgian embassador ambassador ship embassy that's the word not ambassadorship as they don't get ships specially built comes on the scene they could anyway i'd like you to hear this again this is president trump and the head of nato general secretary jens stoltenberg of norway commend delinquent united states so if you go back ten or twenty years you just add it all up it's massive amounts of money the united states has stepped up decades by the way many residents but no other president brought it up bring it up okay is that not correct is there anything he said that isn't true that's by the way it was brought up by previous presidents i don't know if president obama raise it i know that president bush did it's taking a position on whether or not president obama raise it because frankly in either either way it actually support the president if he raised it then the president's point is all the more powerful even a democrat as raise the issue of the utter imbalance of spending in among nato countries and if president obama did not raise it melvin that reinforces the belief that many americans have that the democratic party is weak on defense so either way it would support the president i i'm not rooting for either i are frank i'm rooting for the united states i hope president obama did in fact raise it it would it would add credibility to what he is saying but to say it out loud because saying it privately is there is a very interesting term to sophisticated term in the yiddish language it's called the bupkus and that is what it is worth telling these people privately it's worth bupkus which is a very very fancy and sophisticated term for worthless continue please very when germany makes a massive oil and gas deal with russia it gives russia germany goes out and pays billions and billions of dollars a year to fresh so we're protecting germany were protecting all of these countries and numerous follow the customs go out and make a pipeline with russia where they're paying billions of dollars into the coffers of russia so we're supposed to protect you against russia but they're paying billions of dollars to russia and i think that's very inappropriate and the former chancellor of germany is the head of the pipeline supplying the guests ultimately germany we'll have almost seventy percent of the country controlled by russia with natural gas so you tell me is that appropriate been complaining about this all the time i got it and it should have never been allowed to happen but germany is totally controlled by russian up kiss okay so now this it gets it gets even more remarkable when the president points out that poland refuses to get it to natural gas from russia precisely for that reason not to have such russian influence now so this is really really what is the larry david you it really really really good this is really important oh pretty that's really really pretty good this is really really important the president is accused by the mendacious mainstream media and the mendacious left which is redundant and the mendacious democratic party of cozying up to flat amir putin now let me understand something wouldn't a man who supports ladimir putin want germany to have such influence in it by russia if he so proputin why is he condemning germany for being proputin why has he supplied ukraine with arms that were not supplied by the previous democratic administration of barack obama so pretty britain okay got it got it all right okay thank you sometimes sean gets a little ocd on these matters but it's okay we we give him grape juice bupkus thank you thank you sean i think there's a phone call for you anyway this is the this is what they say so if the president is proputin how does he go to appraisals and say that you're controlled by putin and then to add i mean i actually burst out loud when i first heard it prior to the show just want to note that the former chancellor of germany is the.
"bupkus" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Okay what do you ballpark costume in in of of any any deserve steak oh yeah i think it cost me north of thirty grand what if you figure in the cost of lisa's dress a hundred and fifty people the venue the food stake the that everything the honeymoon the venue that basically is the same price i think is the royal wedding none is like million oh and and what's weird is your normally the wife's family pays for the wedding yup bupkus nothing nothing lisa leeson i we're both making good money time so we kind of right wow yeah looking back on it yep it was too much to pay for a wedding i mean what you should do is invite your close friends yep her she if she was here she would argue no it's not it's a once in a lifetime thing our twentieth is next year blah blah blah but i think i might be a little high on that but it was definitely north of twenty probably between twenty and thirty if you add it all up just got a text for me martinez the exact same reason i didn't bite mason to my wedding because he was in new york okay since he's been invited him i would have felt bad inviting ireland so you didn't get invited taymor tease we know but you never have to feel bad about if you're out there listening and you're a friend of mine you never have to invite a feel bad about none of egg mead waiting i think i've speaking for both of us most of the time we will not show up and we will get you again oh yeah we'll send a gift so but of we even if your listener yeah.
"bupkus" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The guy that has contributed bupkus for the mets michael conforto the guy who everybody i mean this guy's got a sweet swing he hits the opposite field is going to be great it'd be three hundred hitter thirty home runs thera bill but last night against narrows homerun big shot to right field puts the mets ahead two one and then missouri comes up and parks one in the left field seats and the mets win three two one now if the mets do turn things around and start to win again suggesting eleven and one but they start to win again then you know this could be the shot that turns things around and the reason that it can be very encouraged by that if you're a met fan is get syndergaard going tonight and that's the best guy you'd want to go and then you got the gram going the next day so you're lined up in a perfect position to really turn things around turn your momentum around and the other encouraging thing i know i'm giving you silver linings met fans trying to keep you off the ledge is that you've got the three and four starters or four and five if you will we learn and matt's coming off very good outings and this guy mr rocco and we'll get into the harvey four innings all that later but you can see behind the plate that he's he's like a field general as opposed to d'arno employees wacky and mito and low baton who were just kind of we call the game we you know we come up with a game plan we do it but this guy i remember when i was pitching in college many moons ago we had a catcher strangely by the name of jim dolan not the jim dolan but a different guy and he if if you crossed him up or messed up a pitch or missed your location badly he'd fire the ball back to you instead of that normal nice little la back to the pitcher he throw it back hard and the message would be don't you do that again and it would really wake you up now this is a very very amateur level but i've seen it with iraq on scene that determination hey grab the bull by the horns don't go pick and don't go you know trying to hit corners and.
"bupkus" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And yet as we sit here today nobody can announce a single ethical or criminal violation that trump has made and yet over these two years every and by the way every one of these instances has a short lifespan it started out collusion with russia then when that didn't work out they move onto obstruction of justice when that didn't work out they moved back to collusion when that doesn't work out they move onto something else in every new story they have they act like this is it this is the smoking gun this is what we're going to get trump with forgetting that they've already told us for two years however many smoking guns they've thought they've had and none of them amounted to anything and the same thing is going to happen with this one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment these people get way ahead of themselves because they're unable to keep their desires in check and so they stumble across a piece of news and they make it fit into the story that they are weaving and they start reporting on it as though it fits the narrative that they have established and then time goes on and we find out the narratives all wrong because the facts are all wrong so they dropped that and they move onto some new recent discovery that some trump supposedly did this or did that and this has become a cycle that keeps repeating and with every new socalled discovery everybody's emotions get ramped up again oh my god look what they found on triple by god it's over oh my god trump to do the whole my god and they start the cycle and it never ends it just keeps repeating and at the end of each one of these cycles they have bupkus what really frosts everybody they haven't got anything i don't think in modern american politics there's anybody who's been investigated anymore donald trump has you look at the number of people the number of agencies the amount of money that's been spent trying to find anything that would be useful or that would work in getting rid of donald trump this guy must be amazingly clean you know they're still desperately hoping to get those tax records.
"bupkus" Discussed on WJR 760
"And yet as we sit here today nobody can announce a single ethical or criminal violation that trump has made and yet over these two years every and by the way every one of these instances has a short life span it started out collusion with russia then when that didn't work out they move onto obstruction of justice when that didn't work out they move back to collusion when that doesn't work out they move onto something else in every new story they have they act like this is this is the smoking gun this is what we're going to get trump with forgetting that they've already told us for two years however many smoking guns they've thought they've had and none of them amounted to anything and the same thing is going to happen with this one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment these people get way ahead of themselves because they're unable to keep their desires in check and so they stumble across a piece of news and they make it fit into the story that they are weaving and they start reporting on it as though it fits the narrative that they have established and then time goes on and we find out the narratives all wrong because the facts are all wrong so they dropped that and they move onto some new recent discovery that some trump supposedly did this or did that and this has become a cycle that keeps repeating and with every new socalled discovery everybody's emotions get ramped up again oh my god look what they found on triple by god it's over oh my god trump to do the whole my god and they start the cycle and it never ends it just keeps repeating and at the end of each one of these cycles they have bupkus what really frosts everybody they haven't got anything i don't think in modern american politics is anybody who's been investigated any morgan donald trump has you look at the number of people the number of agencies the amount of money that's been spent trying to find anything that would be useful or that would work in getting rid of donald trump this guy must be amazingly clean you know they're still desperately hoping to get those tax records.
"bupkus" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"And yet as we sit here today nobody can announce a single ethical or criminal violation that trump has made and yet over these two years every and by the way every one of these instances has a short lifespan it started out collusion with russia then when that didn't work out they move onto obstruction of justice when that didn't work out they move back to collusion when that doesn't work out they move on to something else in every new story they have they act like this is it this is the smoking gun this is what we're gonna get trump with forgetting that they've already told us for two years however many smoking guns they've thought they've had and none of them amounted to anything and the same thing is going to happen with this one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment these people get way ahead of themselves because they're unable to keep their desires in check and so they stumble across a piece of news and they make it fit into the story that they are weaving and they start reporting on it as though it fits the narrative that they have established and then time goes on and we find out the narratives all wrong because the facts are all wrong so they dropped that and they move onto some new recent discovery that some trump supposedly did this or did that and this has become a cycle that keeps repeating and with every new socalled discovery everybody's emotions get ramped up again oh my god look what they found on triple by god it's over oh my god trump truly do that will my god and they start the cycle and it never ends it just keeps repeating and at the end of each one of these cycles they have bupkus what really frosts everybody they haven't got anything i don't think in modern american politics is anybody who's been investigated anymore than donald trump.
"bupkus" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket
"Available at six lamar jackson maybe josh allen falls that far but you're not trading down ten picks i mean if you're if you want a quarterback that's assuming that they don't really feel like aj mccarron going to take them anywhere in the future he might just be a stopgap as well kind of like teddy bridgewater is going to be for the jazz so if buffalo was trying to move up to maybe take another quarterback then it may have put the jets on the hot seat a little bit thing and we'd better get this deal done before maybe buffalo swipes in swoops in and and does the same that could be it i don't know if buffalo's gonna take a quarterback if they're interested but that could be part of the reason why they went ahead and pulled the trigger so early so trade news this morning but obviously in the last few days over the last week or so it's been all about nfl free agency lots of movement in the league right now and it was funny is looking at the cbs nfl free agency tracker and they've got every team and what they've done and the deals they've given all these teams and you're scrolling down and you go to dallas cowboys and they haven't done one damn deal bupkus with the only league that has not made one single signing or one single trade in free agency the steelers have only made one the colts have only made one deal and free agency which now it's apparent why because they were gonna load up on draft rise but yeah the cowboys just as dallas cowboys and under it nothing you can't be too surprised because they didn't have a lot of money and steven at the combine when people were asking him about it he pretty much laid the groundwork out there this is the way they were gonna go is that we might do something but don't expect any big deal don't expect anything earth shattering in a lot of the.