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A highlight from Gavin Wax
"Ladies and gentlemen, looking for something new and original, something unique and without equal. Look no further. Here comes the one and only Eric Metaxas. Wow. It's Monday. Happy Monday. Do you know where you are? You're in New York City. No. I got to tell you something. I've been saying the same thing, but I've been so busy that it gets to a point where it's unhealthy. So, folks, feel free. I covet your intercession. If you don't understand that phrase, good. I covet your intercession because it's been tough. Good stuff, but last week I was in Omaha, Nebraska. This weekend I was in Colorado Springs. I want to talk about that. Just to let you know, in hour one today, in a couple of minutes, we're talking to Gavin Wax. He's the head of the New York Young Republicans Club. We're going to be talking about Israel, current events, Biden, Trump, everything current events, and he's terrific, so in a couple of minutes. In hour two, we're talking to the world's tallest man that we've ever interviewed. He is seven feet tall, and when he came into the studio, I got physically frightened. Suddenly I felt like a mouse, and I ran. You grabbed his harp and you ran out of the castle. And I clambered down the beanstalk, and then I realized, no, that was all in my head. But he's seven feet tall. I want to be clear, John Disneyland has a lot of things to say. We don't talk about his height, but I want to tell you, Nehemiah Strong, he wrote a book called Nehemiah Strong. I won't say anything except it is fantastic, fantastic, and we've got to have him back. He's an amazing man, but he is the tallest person I've ever interviewed, and we decided that he's the tallest person I'm ever going to interview. We're putting a cap on it, so anybody who is taller than seven feet, if you say, we emailed the program, we sent you our book, I'm sorry, those are the rules. John Disneyland is the tallest person I'm ever going to interview, okay? We had to cap it. At some point, it gets out of hand. It's like a limbo pole. It's like if you go any higher, you're out. Something like that, or the opposite. But honestly, we just had to put a cap on it. You've got to have limits. You've got to make rules, folks. Seven feet, that's it. I'm sorry, okay? I don't make the rules, except in this case I did. All right, so that's what we have coming up today, really, really strong conversations. Tomorrow, in hour one, I have a next -level conversation with the great Naomi Wolf. You'll see. That's hour one tomorrow. She's a big deal. She's a gift to this country at this time, I got to tell you. Later on in the week, we have Doug Giles. He's the hippie -dippie weatherman that kills lions. Always fun. Yes. We've got a lot of guests coming up. And then tomorrow, we're filming, this week, we're filming some Socrates in the Studio events, which I can't say too much about that. But in December, we're launching a streaming platform, Socrates Plus. So exciting. And we're going to be posting some of these things. Heather McDonald, Anthony Bradley, whom I know from the King's that we're finally doing some Socrates in the Studio events. But to get back to where I've been, I was in Omaha. I spoke at Hank Kunneman's church last week. I emailed Pastor Hank and his wife, Brenda. I said, you know, I'm going to be in Omaha for this event with the Speravita Institute. By the way, the Speravita Institute, amazing, amazing. I keep meeting these heroes. It was incredible. But so I spoke at Pastor Hank's church. I just went to dinner. They said, oh, we have a Wednesday night service. Would you preach? So I did. Then we went to Colorado Springs for Jim Dobson, who is a living legend and a great American hero. Doesn't get greater. He puts on a thing at the Broadmoor Hotel every year called The Gathering. The Gathering sounds like creepy a seventies movie. The Gathering, right? Yeah, it does. Yeah, The Gathering. I think it's a I think it's a role playing game that you buy packs of The Gathering. Yeah. Were there robes and hoods? Yeah, I thought of I thought of a title for a for a bad horror film called The Blooding. I knew Chris would laugh. The Blooding. Yeah. The Gathering. Anyway. Anyway, so you brought hearing you brought your amulets to The Gathering. Yes. The Jim Dobson puts us on every year. And I want to say Charlie Kirk spoke. And he just you know, he's got nothing new. He's it's a lot of fluff, basically. A lot of a lot of fluff. No, he's such he's such a wonderful. It's such a joy to to hear Charlie. Ben Carson spoke. Jack Hibbs spoke. I put this on on Twitter and on Instagram. But to be around folks like that is so encouraging because there's they're saying a lot of what I'm saying. And I realized they didn't get it from me. This is God speaking, you know, some truth to encourage us. So it was it was wonderful. I spoke on Saturday night, followed by Gary Bauer. Gary Bauer. We got to get him on the program. Gave a speech. I just thought this was so amazing. It was such an amazing speech because normally I go places on the speaker. I don't get to hear people. And it was absolutely amazing. There was also a video from the new speaker, Mike Johnson. Incredible. We're going to be talking about him with Gavin Wax today. But honestly, it was it was it was such a wonderful, wonderful, wonderful thing. But we've got to get Gary Bauer here in the studio because some of the stuff he spoke about, I just thought it was just beautiful, powerful, powerful stuff. And he's taken on a position with the James Dobson Family Institute. So anyway, OK, that was that was incredible. And then your wife joined you, too, which is always fun. And Suzanne joined me, which is always fun and wonderful that we get to travel together. She may go with me next week to Dallas. I'll be in Dallas. I'll be in Chicago at the end of this week. Next week, I'm in Dallas, the Council for Life. After that, going to Washington, D .C., Intercessors for America. Dutch Sheets will be speaking at that. I'll be speaking at that. So a lot of exciting stuff coming up everywhere I go. I tell people, please sign up, go to Metaxas, go to Eric Metaxas dot com to sign up for my newsletter because you're missing stuff. We just I did an interview last week with this Trump impersonator guy. I don't remember his name, John John D. Domenico. Yeah. Ladies and gentlemen, trust me, like he is so great. It was so funny. It got a zillion views on rumble like it got it got 10 times as many views as we normally get. What's great about John is I think he's one of the best impersonators out there for Trump. I think a lot of people just memorize bits. He actually can improvise in the voice like he's done it so long. He knows that's no that's the genius is that you could say anything. And I was asking him like real journalistic questions and he responds no matter what you throw at him. You don't want to miss it if you if it's if well, it's on rumble and also we're going to rerun it, too. We'll rerun it. But you got to you got to go to Eric. Folks, don't make me beg. I'm trying to do you a favor. We're doing interviews with people that if you miss this stuff, watching these videos, Eric Metaxas dot com, please just go there, sign up. You'll see what I'm talking about. And if you don't want to listen to them, you just blow it off. You just hit delete or ignore it. But we're interviewing some really fabulous people. And I want you to see it. Speaking of which, we've got to get our friend Michael and Del back on the program because he's being attacked like crazy. And he's a hero. I know Mike. He's amazing. And if you want to support him, you talk about being attacked and canceled. Please go to my pillow dot com. Use the code, Eric. What do we need to talk about? Do I need to tell you about the towels? How they're the greatest towels in the world? And I'm not making that up. Like I'm not making very good. We got a bunch when we did the holiday special years ago. He brought a bunch and threw them out in a Santa costume and they've held up. We have them in our still in our house in a house with six kids. These towels have held up. Yeah. We're still thirsty as all get out. We fight over them. The children fight over them because no matter how thirsty they are, they will never consume an Anheuser -Busch product ever because they're Michael and Del towels. They're principled. They're principled towels. And we need more principled cotton products. Um, my pillow .com use the code Eric and people say, Eric, where can I get your books? Almost all of my books. I would steer you to my store .com. I have a number of my children's books are there. My store .com. If you want to give your money, not to Amazon, but to Michael and Del, my store .com and use the code Eric. Uh, we would appreciate that. Okay. Today, Gavin wax and John Disneyland, world's tallest interviewee ever on the show for 10 years, Patriot mobile has been America's only Christian conservative wireless provider. And when I say only trust me, they're the only one Glenn and the team have been great supporters of this show, which is why I'm proud to partner with them. Patriot mobile offers dependable nationwide coverage, giving you the ability to access all three major networks, which means you get the left. When you switch to Patriot mobile, you're sending the message that you support free speech, religious freedom, the sanctity of life, second amendment in our military veterans and first responder heroes. They're 100 % us -based customer service team makes switching easy. 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Fresh update on "carson" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
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A highlight from John Dyslin
"Ladies and gentlemen, looking for something new and original, something unique and without equal. Look no further. Here comes the one and only Eric Metaxas. Wow. It's Monday. Happy Monday. Do you know where you are? You're in New York City. No. I got to tell you something. I've been saying the same thing, but I've been so busy that it gets to a point where it's unhealthy. So, folks, feel free. I covet your intercession. If you don't understand that phrase, good. I covet your intercession because it's been tough. Good stuff, but last week I was in Omaha, Nebraska. This weekend I was in Colorado Springs. I want to talk about that. Just to let you know, in hour one today, in a couple of minutes, we're talking to Gavin Wax. He's the head of the New York Young Republicans Club. We're going to be talking about Israel, current events, Biden, Trump, everything current events, and he's terrific, so in a couple of minutes. In hour two, we're talking to the world's tallest man that we've ever interviewed. He is seven feet tall, and when he came into the studio, I got physically frightened. Suddenly I felt like a mouse, and I ran. You grabbed his harp and you ran out of the castle. And I clambered down the beanstalk, and then I realized, no, that was all in my head. But he's seven feet tall. I want to be clear, John Disneyland has a lot of things to say. We don't talk about his height, but I want to tell you, Nehemiah Strong, he wrote a book called Nehemiah Strong. I won't say anything except it is fantastic, fantastic, and we've got to have him back. He's an amazing man, but he is the tallest person I've ever interviewed, and we decided that he's the tallest person I'm ever going to interview. We're putting a cap on it, so anybody who is taller than seven feet, if you say, we emailed the program, we sent you our book, I'm sorry, those are the rules, John Disneyland is the tallest person I'm ever going to interview. We had to cap it. At some point, it gets out of hand. It's like a limbo pole. If you go any higher, you're out. Something like that, or the opposite. But honestly, we just had to put a cap on it. You've got to have limits. You've got to make rules, folks. Seven feet, that's it. I'm sorry. I don't make the rules, except in this case, I did. That's what we have coming up today. Really, really strong conversations. Tomorrow, in hour one, I have a next -level conversation with the great Naomi Wolf. You'll see. That's hour one tomorrow. She's a big deal. She's a gift to this country at this time, I've got to tell you. Later on in the week, we have Doug Giles. He's the hippy -dippy weatherman that kills lions. Always fun. Yes. We've got a lot of guests coming up. This week, we're filming some Socrates in the Studio events. I can't say too much about that, but in December, we're launching a streaming platform, Socrates Plus. So exciting. We're going to be posting some of these things. Heather McDonald, Anthony Bradley, whom I know from the King's College. Interesting that we're finally doing some Socrates in the Studio events. But to get back to where I've been, I was in Omaha. I spoke at Hank Kunneman's church last week. I emailed Pastor Hank and his wife, Brenda. I said, I'm going to be in Omaha for this event with the Speravita Institute. By the way, the Speravita Institute, amazing. Amazing. I keep meeting these heroes. It was incredible. But so I spoke at Pastor Hank's and said, oh, we have a Wednesday night service. Would you preach? So I did. Then we went to Colorado Springs for Jim Dobson, who is a living legend and a great American hero. Doesn't get greater. He puts on a thing at the Broadmoor Hotel every year called The Gathering. The Gathering sounds like a creepy seventies movie, The Gathering, right? Yeah, it does. Yeah. The Gathering. The Gathering. Yeah. Were there robes and hoods and things? Yeah. I thought of a title for a bad horror film called The Blooding. I knew Chris would laugh. The Blooding. The Gathering. Anyway. So you brought your amulets to The Gathering? Yes. Jim Dobson puts us on every year. And I want to say Charlie Kirk spoke, and he's got nothing new. It's a lot of fluff, basically. A lot of fluff. No, he's such a wonderful. It's such a joy to hear Charlie. Ben Carson spoke. Jack Hibbs spoke. I put this on Twitter and on Instagram. But to be around folks like that is so encouraging because they're saying a lot of what I'm saying. And I realized they it was wonderful. I spoke on Saturday night, followed by Gary Bauer. Gary Bauer. We got to get him on the program. Gave a speech. I just thought this was so amazing. It was such an amazing speech because normally I go places. I'm the speaker. I don't get to hear people. And it was absolutely amazing. There was also a video from the new speaker, Mike Johnson. Incredible. We're going to be talking about him with Gavin Wax today. But honestly, it was it was it was such a wonderful, wonderful, wonderful thing. But we've got to get Gary Bauer here in the studio because some of the stuff he spoke about, I just thought it was just beautiful, powerful, powerful stuff. And he's taken on a position with the James Dobson Family Institute. So anyway, OK, that was that was incredible. And then your wife joined you, too, which is always fun. And Suzanne joined me, which is always fun and wonderful that we get to travel together. She may go with me next week to Dallas. I'll be in Dallas. I'll be in Chicago at the end of this week. Next week, I'm in Dallas, the Council for Life. After that, going to Washington, D .C., Intercessors for America. Dutch Sheets will be speaking at that. I'll be speaking at that. So a lot of exciting stuff coming up everywhere I go. I tell people, please sign up, go to Metaxas, go to Eric Metaxas dot com to sign up for my newsletter because you're missing stuff. We just I did an interview last week with this Trump impersonator guy. I don't remember his name, John. John D. Domenico. Yeah. Ladies and gentlemen, trust me, like he is so great. It was so funny. It got a zillion views on Rome. Yeah, ten it got times as many views as we normally. What's great about John is I think he's one of the best impersonators out there for Trump. I think a lot of people just memorize bits. He actually can improvise in the voice like he's done it so long. He knows exactly. That's no that's the genius is that you could say anything. And I was asking him like real journalistic questions and he responds no matter what you throw at him. You don't want to miss it. If you and we're also going to rerun it, too. We'll rerun it. But you got to you got to go to Eric. Folks, don't make me beg. I'm trying to do you a favor. We're doing interviews with people that if you miss this stuff, watching these videos, Eric Metaxas dot com, please just go there. Sign up. You'll see what I'm talking about. And if you don't want to listen to them, you just blow it off. You just hit delete or ignore it. But you're we're interviewing some really fabulous people and I want you to see it. Speaking of which, we've got to get our friend Michael and Del back on the program because he's being attacked like crazy. And he's a hero. I know, Mike, he's amazing. And if you want to support him, you talk about being attacked and canceled. Please go to my pillow dot com. Use the code, Eric. What do we need to talk about? Do I need to tell you about the towels? How they're the greatest towels in the world? And I'm not making that up like I'm not making very good. We got a bunch when we did the holiday special years ago. He brought a bunch and threw them out in a Santa costume and they've held up. We have them in our they're still in our house and house with six kids. Tals have held up. Yeah, we're still thirsty as all get out. We fight over them. The children fight over them because no matter how thirsty they are, they will never consume an Anheuser -Busch product ever because they're Mike Lindell towels. They're principled. They're principled towels. And we need more principled cotton products. My pillow dot com. Use the code, Eric. And people say, Eric, where can I get your books? Almost all of my books. I would steer you to my store dot com. I have a number of my children's books are there. My store dot com. If you want to give your money not to Amazon, but to Mike Lindell, my store dot com and use the code, Eric, we would appreciate that. OK, today, Gavin Wax and John Disneyland, world's tallest interviewee ever on the show for 10 years. Patriot Mobile has been America's only Christian conservative wireless provider. And when I say only trust me, they're the only one. Glenn and the team have been great supporters of this show, which is why I'm proud to partner with them. Patriot Mobile offers dependable nationwide coverage, giving you the ability to access all three major networks, which means you get the same coverage you've been accustomed to without funding the left. When you switch to Patriot Mobile, you're sending the message that you support free speech, religious freedom, the sanctity of life, Second Amendment in our military, veterans and first responder heroes. They're 100 percent U .S. based customer service team makes switching easy. Keep your number, keep your phone or upgrade. Their team will help you find the best plan for your needs. Just go to Patriot Mobile dot com slash Metaxas or call nine seven to Patriot. Get free activation when you use the offer code Metaxas. Join me. Make the switch today. Again, go to Patriot Mobile dot com slash Metaxas or call nine seven to Patriot Patriot Mobile dot com slash Metaxas. Legacy Precious Metals has a revolutionary new online platform that allows you to invest in real gold and silver online. In a few easy steps, you can open an account online, select your metals of choice and choose to have them stored in a vault or shipped to your door. You'll have access to a dashboard where you can track your portfolio growth in real time. Any time you'll see transparent pricing on each coin and bar. This puts you in complete control of your money. The platform is free to sign up for. Visit Legacy PM investments dot com and open your account and see this new investing platform for yourself. Gold can hedge against inflation and against the volatile stock market. A true diversified portfolio isn't just more stocks and bonds, but different asset classes. 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Rep. André Carson Calls Rep. Josh Gottheimer 'Cowardly'
". Cut seven if you want. Here's what this is here. I told you that the left was eventually going to start eating itself alive as it got more and more radical. It's the show -your -butt theory, and it's happening right now as the Terror Sympathizer Caucus on the left grows and grows, and they start to conflict with other people on the left who've traditionally tried to earn the support of Jewish voters, and the left doesn't know what to do. Here's two Democrat members of Congress, one Andre Carlson ripping another one to shreds, because Carlson basically doesn't, he really doesn't want to condemn what's going on with the terrorists in the Middle East. Check this out. He's cowardly. I think he's not acting in the role as a member of Congress. I think he's shown himself to be very emotional. Like most cowardly people, when you confront them, they're afraid. I'm unafraid of the guy, and if he wants to call us despicable, I'm saying he's a coward, and he's a punk, and he should remember why the people sent him here, and if he wants to play of some kind tough guy, a gangster, we can handle it like gentlemen, and we can get into something else. or We'll get into something, this guy like wants to go UFC. This guy's thinking Randy Couture, Chuck Liddell. Andre see. Carson is calling out Gottheimer, another Democrat, who happens to be Jewish, because Carson won't condemn Hamas in this bill. Folks, this is gonna eat them alive. You think there's chaos in the Republican Party? Oh my gosh, Matt Gaetz That nothing. is Problem solved. Mike Johnson's in there. Things seem okay. Fine, I told you. We'll respect the outcome when it happens. I told you that story would die. Was I not right, Jim? Was I right? Everybody's like, it's the end of the Republican Party. People are never gonna forgive them. I said, ah, that's total
A highlight from UK Government to Require Exams to Buy Bitcoin | EP 849
"Yo, welcome to another episode of Simply Bitcoin Live, we are your number one source for the Bitcoin revolution, we will be your guide through the separation of money and state. Speaking of the separation of money and state, crazy news coming out of the United Kingdom. You literally cannot make this up if you tried. By January 6th, every UK citizen will have to take a test to buy Bitcoin. It is a six -page quiz that will not be easy and is designed to give up. If you pass, there will be a 48 -hour cooling period before you can actually buy. That was a tweet from Ray Youssef, and he was the original founder of Paxful, which I think he stepped away from. But that is absolutely crazy. And again, it really, reminds of me the book The Sovereign Individual, where they were making the case that governments would try to do everything in their power to basically stop people from opting out of their money. And then this is also something happening in the United States. We have an update for you guys as well. Elizabeth Warren is using the, how do I say this, in a politically correct way. Elizabeth Warren is using the conflict in the Middle East in order to gather support for her bipartisan bill with Senator Marshall, which would be, according to Pierre Richard, a de facto ban on Bitcoin mining within the United States. And also, it would essentially force wallet providers, software wallet providers, hardware wallet manufacturers. Basically, they would have to KYC, because they don't want people to use, quote unquote, use their words unhosted wallets, meaning wallets that are outside of their control. So, we say it in the beginning of the show, this is the separation of money and state after all. And those governments are just not going to go gently into that good night. And again, when I say governments, it's not that it's going to make the government go away, you know, because I think that's a lot of the narrative, a lot of the rhetoric that they used. It's just that governments, the relationship between the citizen, the individual and the state is going to change once you separate money from state, right? Right now, the way that it's structured is we live in a misaligned incentive political structure. Why? Because politicians, when they get elected, they're really incentivized to hold on to that money printer. They're really incentivized to get as close as humanly possible to that money printer. That's the money spigot, right? But you have to understand something about government, right? Government is supposed to be by the people for the people. And I think the ability that Fiat has given governments is that they no longer have to do good by their constituents in order to get funding. What they really have to do is just protect that moat, right? So it's really become a government by the government for the government. If and when we separate money from state, I truly believe as a Bitcoiner that we will be successful in doing so because I think Bitcoin's incentives are stronger than any coercion they might throw at us. I think that the whole dynamic changes. And I think El Salvador is a great example of that. I don't think it's a coincidence that in the society where they fix the base layer, they made Bitcoin legal tender. For some reason, that politician who's in office is actually doing the things that he said he was going to do if he were elected. And why is that? Because without their ability to print money, the only way for governments to raise money is through direct taxation. And if you want to tax your populace more money, right, you have to actually do good by your constituents, right? So it's just interesting this phenomenon. And I don't think we've ever lived in a world in human history where the money was separated from the state, from the sovereign, right? This is a, you know, the debasement of currency is something that has literally, it's been around since the Roman times. The Romans did the same exact thing, like over the decades, over, you know, hundreds of years of Roman history when it became from Roman Republic to the Roman Empire, to the division of the Roman Empire, to the Western Roman Empire, to the Eastern Roman Empire. You know what they did? They debased the currency. Now, it's not like printing money like it is today, but they had a currency called the Donaris. And you could literally see over time that the percentage of silver in the Donaris declined over time. And with that declined, you had the moral decay and the eventual collapse of the Roman Empire, right? So are we living through those times? I mean, you start to see the moral decay in society. You start to see the corruption right up in your grill, in your face. So I truly believe we're living through this pivotal moment in history. Now, what is different than every other moment in history is that this time we have a non -state currency. And because of Bitcoin's true decentralization, only Bitcoin has that. Governments are essentially, it's a forcing function. They're forced to compete with Bitcoin. They're forced to say, OK, this is why you should use our currency. And here's the thing. I don't think they'll be able to win that because governments are always going to want to do two things. They're always going to want to debase their currencies because that's how they pay for the deficit spending. That's how they pay for things they can't afford. And they're always going to want to control and censor the money flows. And those are two things that Bitcoin does not. Right. There's 21 million. There will only ever be 21 million. And Bitcoin is censorship resistant. So I think Bitcoin's incentives are superior to state money. And again, once again, I'm going to mention this book because every Bitcoiner should read this book. This is a theory that was predicted back in the 90s in the book, The Sovereign Individual. Crazy, crazy times. Buckle in. Take your Bitcoin into self -custody. No more delay. Let's bring up my legendary co -host. Has a smile on his face once again. My brother, my co -host, the one, the only, he has dated three central bankers, Agustin Carson, Christine Lagarde and Janet Yellen, the legendary optimist. Wait, did we drop that meme yesterday? I don't think we dropped that. We haven't dropped that meme. I don't know. I don't know if we should. Maybe we should just show it on the show. OK, I'll download it. I'll put it in a meme review. Anyways, anyways, I just wanted to mention what, three minutes in and we're already talking about the Roman Empire, men talking about the Roman Empire again. Couldn't make up.
A highlight from Real Estate Market (Crashing)? Price Reduction Scripts & Systems
"Welcome to Real Estate Coaching Radio, starring award -winning real estate coaches and number one international bestselling authors, Tim and Julie Harris. This is the number one daily radio show for realtors looking for a no BS, authentic, real time coaching experience. What's really working in today's market, how to generate more leads, make more money, and have more time for what you love in your life. And now your hosts, Tim and Julie Harris. And we are back. Now we're going to be really drilling down over the next five podcasts on pricing listings to sell, but also getting price reductions. There's a lot of technique to the things we're going to be sharing with you guys. A lot of scripts, a lot of systems. It's very important that you use the notes that are below. Obviously we try to, I think almost always put all of our notes, right Julie? In the show description below. So scroll down, all the notes are there and we're going to be really getting into the weeds with all of you so that frankly you can start pricing your listings to sell. If you have listings now that are overpriced, then you can get them repositioned on the market so they correctly reflect the market's expectations. That was a script. Did you write it down? Snuck that in on them, didn't you? I did. And when your hunting expires, as all of you will be doing, you're also going to be knowing how to get the prices adjusted accordingly so the properties will sell. So this week is very intense, really focused on pricing properties to sell because it is going to become very, very tricky in many markets. Now I'm going to start out with a little bit of, we need to I think have a common understanding of the difference between value and price. And I'm reading your notes and I see what you're about to talk about so I think this will fit in perfectly. It's a good intro. Right. Well, we'll see. Back to you. Yeah, exactly. So I was thinking about this last night, how to explain. So Julie and I, when we socialize with people and go to parties and just talk with all of you guys, just run across everyone. People make the mistake constantly of saying there's some sort of or alluding to or believing that there's some sort of big price or value erosion that's going on. Value erosion, not price erosion. Value versus price. That's where I'm going with all this. Because back in 2007, 8, and 9, there was value erosion. The values of the properties actually dropped below what people paid for them. So there's a difference between pricing and value. So get this clear in your head and then I think it'll give your mind room to be open to the thoughts that we're going to be sharing with you in a second. So if you have, like I'll give you an example, Julie and I had, let's say if we had a car for sale and let's say we put the car for sale for 50 grand and even though the market tells us that the car is worth 30 grand, like every single comp, every single thing that's out there is telling us that car is not worth 50, it's worth 30, right? You guys with me so far? And then we eventually, in order to get the car sold, we have to adjust the price down to 30. Did we lose 20 grand or did we just finally price the house correctly? Do you guys get the difference? And so what a lot of people are believing is because they have to price their properties correctly that the properties have lost value. No, they didn't. They lost value maybe in your head, right? They didn't actually lose value. The difference between, so for example, if we'd bought that car for 30 grand, let's say, and we were selling it for 15 grand, then yeah, we lost 15 grand. That's like what was happening in 2007, 2008, 2009, well, mostly seven and eight. The definition of a short sale, you're selling it for less than you owe. Well short sale, you're selling it for less than you owe, or exactly, assuming you owe like you just said. So yeah, so that's the whole moral of the story here. So please don't think this is anything like the previous market, which I'm teeing you up perfectly. Exactly. As we have said, pricing is the hot topic all week because it's a big hairy topic. We'll take a look at the factors causing price reductions, what to do from a listing agent's perspective, as well as what to do when you're representing a buyer. And we're going to dive into some price reduction scripts and give you the confidence you need to navigate the changing market. So let's first take a look at what's happening to prices right now. And no, by saying that, we are not talking about the market crashing. Just as Tim said, the market is not crashing, it is simply normalizing. So here are the facts, hot off the presses. Nationwide, one in every 15 listings had a price reduction in the past 30 days. That's about six and a half of active list, six and a half percent of active listings in the country. However, some markets have seen 50 % of active listings get a price reduction in the past 30 days. So let's compare those two. Nationwide, it averages out to six and a half percent of actives got a price reduction last month. But there are many markets that it's quite a bit more severe. But so what this is, when you see this kind of statistic, we've seen this before. Julie and I have been doing this for decades. And what this is kind of a, I don't even want to, I don't want to be overly critical, but this is essentially sellers who have unrealistic expectations as far as what their homes are worth. We call it aspirational pricing. And frankly, this is evidence of agents that don't know how to actually properly price properties. In other words, they're just taking the listing at an elevated price. Maybe they don't know how to go about setting the price correctly in the first place, or maybe they don't want to, they don't have the skill set being blunt to get the property priced correctly in the first place. So when you see these kinds of widespread statistics and especially something like 6%, which is a pretty meaningful number, honestly, when you see numbers like that, that is essentially the market still adjusting to the new reality. That's the sellers adjusting to the new reality. And that's also the agents having to learn how to adjust to the new reality. And then, you know, doctor filling their sellers, you know, learning how to write exactly this, this type of information. When you see these types of statistics, this is 100 % proof that the market is still very much adjusting. Now, also taking the time, you know, take when you're considering all this, what time of year it is, what's the, you know, what's interest rates are doing. And so these types of things in a cyclically adjusting market, the numbers will go up and down pretty radically pretty fast. So just adjust accordingly. This information is as of two days ago. That's right. Now, the five metro areas with the highest percentage of listings that got price cuts, this is the percentage of listings that had a price reduction. When I give you these stats, these percentages, that doesn't mean they're coming down by that percent. That's just the percent of overall actives that had to have a price reduction. So that's Wenatchee, Washington State, Idaho Falls, Idaho, Carson City, Nevada, and Austin, Round Rock area, and Waco, Texas. Those were all in the 50 to 54 percent of active listings came down. Again, that doesn't mean they came down by 50 percent. It just means half of the actives had a price reduction. Now she took that sort of sampling because obviously price reductions were happening all over the country, but she was using that to show the fact that it's happening in these completely different unrelated markets. That's right. So unlike before, you know, when the market was super hot for several years, kind of the whole country moved about the same way. We were all going rapidly up in price. We all had multiple offers basically on anything. All it had to do was be available. Well, now we're seeing markets kind of stretch apart, and what's happening in the ones I just rattled off is different than, say, Florida, which still is pretty strong. So you have to know your actual market. Now, this is all happening, all these price reductions are all happening at the same time that prices are still up by at least 3 percent this year and are expected to end up averaging about 5 percent higher by year's end. This figure shows you that we are normalizing, not crashing. A crash would not have price increases. Okay, so that's worth, we really need to drill down on that. So listen to what Julie just said, be very, very clear in your head. There were no price increases, there were no value increases that were happening, it was value basically, that were happening during 2007, 2008, quite the opposite, right? Properties in some markets dropped by, you know, 40 plus percent. That is not what we're experiencing. Year over year, what Julie just explained to all of you guys, is that in many markets prices went up, values of properties went up by at least 5 percent. So despite what the headlines and all the click -baity things on all the news channels and all the rest of it are leading you to believe about real estate, guess what? If you own a home, it went up by probably at least 5 percent this year. Exactly. Okay, now, remember, again, we're proving the point that we are adjusting and normalizing, not crashing. Remember this, at $52 trillion, the total value of homes in the U .S. is up, get this, 49 percent since before the pandemic. That truly is insane. Yes, 49 percent. So these price adjustments won't be catastrophic to most sellers. We're a very long way away from short sales, so don't go thinking the sky is falling. Okay, so again, worth drilling down. Prices are up by almost 50 percent in the last... It's since 2019. Now what you're seeing now with the price adjustments or the price reductions essentially that many markets are now experiencing, remember that you still had 5 percent increase in value in the last 12 months. So you're looking at properties in many markets that have increased by at least 50 percent since 2019? Yeah, since pre -pandemic. Okay, so that is a substantial massive increase. Now, the value of those properties, there's no reason to believe, and it's incredibly important you're really clear in your head about this, that the values of the homes are going to somehow regress back into say 2019 values. And I read that sometimes from people that are, I don't want to come off overly negative, but they really piss me off because they don't use any real factual information. No, they're only using their thought that, well, you know, prices were going really high in and 2006 5, and so then there was a crash, and since prices have gone up, there must be a crash. That's not based on any underlying factors. It's just basically, well, that's what it did before, that's what it's going to do now. It's basically yo -yo thinking about, you know, there's going to be another bubble that's going to burst. There's no reason to believe that's true. The same people who've been predicting that since, again, 2019, they've been wrong year after year after year after year, and they're going to continue to be wrong because nothing is the same as it was back in 2007. Well, that's why we're facting them, right? Okay, so look at the runway, though. Okay, so a 49 % increase since pre -pandemic, and you know, the average, and not every single listing is having a price reduction, but when they do, they're still only coming down by less than 5 % on average, so you've got that remaining, you know, 44 % left to go before you're even Steven with 2019. There's just so much runway there. Now, are there isolated instances where people refinanced, took a bunch of equity out, didn't have a very big down payment in the first place, and maybe are behind on payment, and that makes them even very, very, very randomly, literally less than, I think it's like 3 .5 % of the market of closings were even short sales. So along those lines, again, you'll have this memorized because that is what you do. Possibly. We'll see. No, she will. You watch, listeners. So what percent of all home inventory is distressed? almost It's like 4%, but it's less than 4 % overall. Which is a record low for what period of time? Forever. Yeah. Literally forever. It is a record low since they started recording it, I think back in the 80s. You remember when all the - And actually, it's gone down. It was a previous low, and it's actually gotten lower in the past quarter. Remember when all the naysayers were saying, well, when the COVID - Forbearances. Forbearances. There was going to be a foreclosure wave. There's one thing after another, after another, after another. Okay. So the forbearance naysayers, there's going to be this awful backup of foreclosures due to forbearances. Well, they also said there would be a silver tsunami when all the baby boomers just had to sell their houses all of a sudden. And they also thought there would be an Airbnb bust. And now the new thing is, as soon as somebody has to make their student loan payments, well, that means they're going to miss their mortgage payments from one drama to the next, but not based on facts, which we like to sprinkle upon you. Again, the reason that we're so adamant about you guys getting these facts and the reason that we spend so much time on this podcast and our coaching program to make sure you have the actual information is because if you operate with bad information, you're going to then pass that bad information along to your customers. You're then going to, you know, it always comes down to the same thing. If you don't believe that tomorrow is going to be better than today, you're not going to take the actions today that would have made tomorrow better than today. In other words, if you believe the sky is falling, you're sure as hell not going to do what you don't want to do when you don't want to do at the highest level, you're not going to learn to price properties correctly. You're not going to learn how to get prices, you know, lower prices on homes. Why would you bother after all tomorrow? It's going to be, you know, some sort of, you know, locust apocalypse, so you're never actually going to make tomorrow better than today. So that's really the reason that you want to purge from your mind all of these naysayers, all of these snake oil salesmen that are trying to sell you into the belief that there's any sort of anything other than frankly, amazing things that are going to happen in the real estate markets. And here's a little foreshadowing, and we're working on a podcast about this. If you look purely at the demographics of what the United States is experiencing over the next 20, 30 years, it's extraordinary and it's going to do nothing but maybe even increase the demand for housing by something like five to seven X. So that's how many home sales and how much new construction is going to have to be built just to meet demand and it's going to be built and that demand will be met and you are going to be a beneficiary of that provided that you are taking the right steps now to, you know, stay relevant in the real estate. That's right. And provided that you make it through this next three to six months because it is going to be more challenging than you're used to. That's why we're talking about price reductions because we've seen, you know, we've gotten texts, we've seen videos online, we've seen stuff on social media where agents were losing their minds over having to do price reductions, hearing about price reductions, having to ask a seller to come down.
A highlight from Eric Diaz's Journey From the University of Georgia to Coaching Rising American Alex Michelsen
"Welcome to the official tennis .com podcast featuring professional coach and community leader Kamau Murray. Welcome to the tennis .com podcast. We are here with Eric Diaz. You remember the name? Eric is son of Manny Diaz, coach of Alex Mickelson, Werner Tan, and right now has his own thing called tier one performance out in the Irvine area. Welcome to the show, Eric. How's it going? Thanks for having me. Thanks for having me. It's great to be on. Great to be on. So I interviewed your dad probably about 2 months ago. That was, you know, we were poking fun about him redshirting Ethan Quinn, you know, not choosing not to play Ethan Quinn later. You know he wins NCAA the next year. It was kind of like, what were you thinking, right? Yeah, one of those tough ones. Oh yeah, it was kind of like, did you think he wasn't ready? Was he, did he think he wasn't ready? Like, you know, you probably could have won NCAA twice. That kind of thing but you obviously came from good tennis pedigree. So, I guess the first obvious question was what was it like growing up with your dad being Manny? You know, because I, it's hard not to take work home, right? Let's just put it that way. You're a tennis coach and a child of a tennis dad. Yeah. You know, I don't know. I think anybody that's been in tennis for a long time knows it's kind of a lifestyle a little bit. You know, there's definitely being the tennis coach and kind of, you know, working toward things but it's also, I don't know, the sport takes so much of you that sometimes, you know, it just feels like, you know, it's second nature. It's kind of a part of it. So, I mean, growing up in Athens, growing up around Dan McGill Complex was always a treat. That was back when NCAA's were kind of always hosted in Athens. So, I got to watch, you know, all the college greats. I grew up watching the Bryan brothers get, you know, sadly then they were kind of pegging some of our guys in doubles matches but, you know, it was really cool being able to sit court side, watch those guys and then, you know, be able to watch them on TV a little bit later. Really cool. Really cool experience growing up. Now, from a junior career, did your dad coach you your whole career or did he hire private coaches to sort of teach you technique? Because I know, you know, coaching at a program like UGA, it is very demanding and sometimes the children of the tennis coach lose out to the actual players and the people who are paying. So, did he coach you? How was that? You know, he coached me. I think he tried to coach me but at the same time, he also didn't want to put too much pressure on me to like, you know, really play tennis and go in. So, he kind of let it be my own thing. I started, I actually went to Athens Country Club, great little spot on the outside of Athens. Alan Miller was the main coach there. So, he helped me out a lot. He actually, he was on my dad's first, you know, assistant coaching team where they won a national title. I think he paired with Ola who now obviously has been with USGA for a while. I think they played doubles and I think they won a doubles title as well. So, I think Alan was a part of the first team championship and then he was also, you know, he won a doubles title there too. I think he might have won two. So, I spent a lot of time around him which was also, it was really cool. You know, it was a guy who was a part of the Georgia tennis family. Athens is really tight -knit like that and so it's special to be a part of that family both, I guess, through blood and through, you know, the alumni. It's cool. Now, let me ask you, did you ever consider going anywhere else, right? I mean, successful junior career, one of the top players in the nation, tons of options. You know, it could be like, you know, there's always sort of the, oh, his dad's going to give him a scholarship, right? You saw with Ben Shelton, you know, Brian Shelton. Obviously, he's going to look out for his kid. Did you ever aspire to like go to another top program or UCLA or Texas or Florida? I think growing up, you know, because I got to see all those teams play. You know, I remember in 1999, I looked up this guy who, he played number one for UCLA. I don't know, this guy showed up. I'm a little kid and he had half of his head was blue and the other half was gold and, you know, UCLA was firing it up. They were really good at the time. I remember that was my dad's first national title in 99. And, you know, ever since then, I really, you know, I looked up to the guys. Every now and then, I got to sneak on to a little travel trip and, you know, I got to see what it was like. But, I mean, for me, it was always Georgia. I thought Athens was a special place, you know, getting to see the crowds that they get there and being able to kind of just see the atmosphere of everybody caring about each other. You know, it was cool looking at other teams. You know, the Brian brothers had the cool Reebok shoes, you know, the UCLA guy with the different hair. But at the end of the day, it was always the dogs. It was always Georgia. So, I was really lucky when I got to be a part of that team and I got to kind of wear the G that, you know, through my junior years, I was always wearing it, you know, but I guess it was a little bit different when you're actually, you know, on the team and representing. I think it's a different feeling. Yeah. So, if you didn't go into tennis, what else would you be doing? Like, you know, I didn't, you know, I'm obviously coaching now, but I didn't go right into coaching. I went to work into pharmaceuticals like marketing, sales, you know, finance. It's always, I always find it interesting to say if I wasn't coaching, I got my degree, I would be doing this. Yeah. You know, if I was a little bit more prone, I think to just loving schoolwork and loving studying, you know, everybody's always told me that I would make a pretty good lawyer just because I'm a bit of a contrarian. I like to argue. I like to challenge everybody that's kind of around me. So, I'm always looking for a good argument. So, I'll go with that. Everybody's always told me, you know, maybe you should have been a lawyer. You argue a Hey, lot. well, I'm sure, I'm sure your tennis parents, right? The parents of the academy probably don't like that one, right? They like to be in control. They have the last say and be contrarian. A lot of the time they do. A lot of the time they do. Yeah. So, you're sort of like stepping out, right? Out of the shadow and you're now on the west coast out there in the with Irvine area tier one performance and quite honestly, making your own name. I know you've had opportunity to coach Alex Mickelson as well as, you know, Lerner, Tan who are both like doing real well, both like main draw this year at US Open. Tell me about the process of moving way west. Yeah. And starting your own thing. Well, you know, it kind of started with, you know, I took that leap and I moved away from home for, you know, the first time because obviously being born and raised and going to school at UGA. I took my first chance and I went to Boise State and I worked under Greg Patton for a year who I'd heard great things about and, you know, all were true. He's a great guy. I thought it was a fantastic experience. So, I did that for a year and then over the summer, the UGA swim coach's son that I kind of grew up with, he was in Newport and so I kind of came to visit and then, you know, all of a sudden the opportunity to be coaching out here, you know, came about and, you know, I did my due diligence a little bit. You know, I looked at the old tennis recruiting pages and, you know, I'm looking at all the talent over the last like 20 years and, you know, statistically, you look at the list and you're like, okay, you know, if I'm in this area and I give myself, you know, the right opportunities and I, you know, learn how to coach properly, you know, I feel like I've had some pretty good experience from some good mentors. You know, then I kind of thought, you know, okay, maybe I can kind of control my own destiny out here a little bit and, you know, over time, it's taken a lot but, you know, over time, I feel like I did get myself some pretty decent opportunities. So, when you first laid eyes on Mickelson, how old was he? He was 12. He was coming out to some point place. It was the first place I kind of rented courts. It was this old rundown beat up club but beautiful. There were some trees there. Nobody wanted it. The courts were kind of run down and everyone's like, oh no, nothing there and I was like, I'll take it. So, you know, it gave me space. It gave me courts. It gave me the ability to kind of try and market. I made things cheap so I could get a lot of kids out there and try and get a competitive environment going and luckily, you know, had a good bit of talent out there where, you know, the kids kind of attracted the kids and I was this young coach, 23, 24 and, you know, over time, you know, people started to kind of gain trust and realize, you know, this guy isn't that bad. So, you know, over time, it kind of, you know, worked in my favor and, you know, everything kind of worked out. I eventually switched clubs to a nicer one and, you know, you move up. You earn your stripes. Now, when you saw him, did you initially see, you know, like super talent because he won our ADK this summer and, you know, it was full of Steve Johnson, Su -Woo Kwong. It was Ethan Quinn. It was other names, right? Kanee Shakuri. And Alex, okay, you know, he got the USTA wildcard. He's a young kid. You know what I mean? Like, sort of under the radar and then he wins the whole tournament in finals Newport on the grass like a week later. So, did you see it right away? Was he like a typical kind of 12 -year -old throwing his racket, having tantrums? What was he like at 12? Alex has always turned on tantrums. But, you know, when he was 12, he was good. But, you know, I'll be honest, there were a handful of kids out there that, you know, Kyle Kang, who's had a lot of success. I saw him. Sebastian Goresney, who Alex won doubles with. There were a handful of others and, I mean, Alex, they were, he was good. If I thought that he would be this good, you know, at this point, I think I'd I don't think I saw that. But, you know, you definitely see that this kid's capable of playing at a pretty good level while he's young. And then, you know, as the years kind of go and then as you sort of see him and his personality kind of develop, you kind of recognize, you know, this, you know, this isn't too normal of a 16, 17, 18 -year -old kid. And then, you know, sure enough, eventually the results followed, which was pretty fun to watch. Yeah, I mean, I felt it was interesting because he was here with like his friend. Yeah. You know, not even like a coach, trainer, physio, nothing. Like him and his homeboy. Yeah. He didn't look like he played tennis. You know what I mean? So, yeah, it was like, it was interesting to show up without, you know, completing against guys who are here with like coaching that they're paying six -figure salaries and who are scouting, right? And for him to kind of move through the draw, honestly, I mean, you know, maybe he split sets once. Yeah. It was actually really interesting. He's an extremely competitive kid. And so, you know, throughout the last few years kind of as we've traveled to some events and as he's gone to some like by himself, you know, the whole understanding is, okay, how well do you really understand, you know, your day -to -day process? How well are you able to, you know, nowadays, you know, with challengers, everything you can stream, you can watch. So, you know, both myself and, you know, Jay, the other coach that's here and helping him out, you know, we watch, we communicate. But, you know, at the end of the day, you know, it was one of those big decisions, okay, are you going to go to college or are you going to go pro? And he's kind of weighing those two things. And it's, you know, if you really think you want to be a pro, show me. And so it's one of those things, luckily, when he's young, you know, you have the, you know, it's kind of freedom. If he loses some matches, okay, you're young. If, you know, you win some matches, okay, great. You're young. So it's one of those things where, you know, we really kind of wanted to see, you know, what he's able to do sort of on his own. How well can he manage emotionally? How well can he, you know, create some game plans and stick to his day -to -day routines? And he, I would say he passed. And did he officially turn pro? He officially turned pro, yeah. Yeah. So I know UGA was going to be where he was going. I know he was undecided this summer, but UGA was going to, was there a little bit of an inside man kind of happening here, right? You know, I mean, you know, I think that, you know, I'll definitely say, I think he had some exposure to hearing about, you know, some Georgia greatness. I think that for sure. But, you know, I'll say it was his decision. Ultimately, I tried to not put too much pressure or expectation on where he was going to go. You know, I think Georgia has a lot to offer. So I think, you gone that route, I think it would be, you know, I don't think we can really fail if, you know, you're going and you're trying to be a tennis player and that's a place you choose. I think it's a pretty good place. Now tell us about Lerner Tan. I'll admit as a player that I hadn't had the opportunity to watch too much. I had not watched him in the challenges at all. But was he also sort of in the program at a young age or did he just sort of come later on? My partner actually, you know, kind of helped him when he was young because Levitt Jay used to be incorporated at Carson, which was kind of where Lerner kind of had his, you know, beginnings. He was a little bit more, I guess I'll say, you know, his talent was Federation spotted, I guess you could say as to where Alex was kind of, you know, the guy on the outside a little figuring his own way. Lerner was kind of the guy that everybody kind of thought was, you know, the guy. Right. And so, you know, it's been fun kind of watching him, you know, see his transition, you know, from juniors to now, you know, kind of becoming, you know, the top of juniors, you know, winning Kalamazoo the last two years and his transition. It's been fun to see. So, you know, I've seen a lot of him out of the last, you know, two and a half to three years. So it's been, it's definitely been a different transition. I feel like, you know, it's a little bit fire and ice there. You know, Alex is the fiery one screaming a good bit and Lerner is the silent killer. So it's, they're definitely different, which I think, you know, is pretty refreshing and it's kind of cool to see them both have success in their own accord. So tell us about Tier 1 then. So how many courts, obviously you grew up, I mean, like, you know, I started in the park years ago, right? In Chicago Park, right? And now I got 27 courts. But tell us about Tier 1 performance now. Where are you? How many courts do you now have? How many kids are you serving? Yeah, we're in Newport Beach right now, which is great. Weather's nice. We have, right now, we're running our program out of only five ports. It's not that big. You know, we take a lot of pride in just kind of being individually, you know, development based. I feel like if you're in our program, you're going to have, you know, a good bit of time from the coaches. You're probably going to have a chance to hit with some of the top guys. We try to be really selective with who we kind of have. Just because in Southern California, it's really difficult to, you know, get your hands on a ton of courts. There's so many people in tennis. There's only a few clubs now. You know, pickleball, even at our club right now, you know, pickleball is booming. You know, so many people are playing. It's keeping clubs alive, which, you know, I think is nice. But at the same time, I would love to see, you know, a lot of tennis courts and tennis opportunity. But, you know, it is what it is. Yeah, man, pickleball is definitely taking over. You see clubs getting rid of one court, two courts, and they think that it's not that big of an impact. But I mean, two courts really makes a difference in terms of being able to spread kids out, get them more time, get more balls and more balls at the time. But it's, you know, I think in tennis, if we want to fight them off, we've got to market better and we've got to grow, right? They're in this growth sort of stage and we're sort of stagnant, you know, so it's not like we're not leaving the club with a lot of choices other than to diversify, you know what I mean? Right. Yeah, yeah, yeah, for sure. So, let me ask you that. So, you've obviously had two kids that are going on. What do you tell that next parent, whose kid's 14, right, may get to see learner Alex come to the academy and number one, they want to homeschool, right, or ask you whether or not they should homeschool or B, you know, whether or not they should choose to go to college or, you know, turn pro. How are you advising parents? Because I get the question all the time. Should we homeschool, right? Should we do whatever? And I always, you know, the answer is always, it depends. Yeah. But what would be your answer in terms of homeschooling to train? Well, look, I definitely think that if your primary goal is to be a tennis player and I think, you know, if you're an athlete and that's kind of what you want to do, I think there's a lot of benefit in homeschooling just because, you know, it enables you to travel. You know, if I get to the ITF level, you know, I need to be able to travel. Those tournaments start on Monday and they go through Friday. So, you know, if I'm in a regular school, if I'm a high school kid, you know, that's a pretty difficult life for me to be able to justify or to, you know, be able to get my excused absences and stuff like that. You know, we're definitely big. You know, if you show me a 14 and under kid and I feel like I had pretty good experience in this just because I saw a lot of kids from the age of 12 to 14, you know, I got to see an entire kind of generation out of SoCal and a lot of them were pretty good. You know, the one thing I think, you know, when you're 12, 13, 14 years old, I think the primary thing kind of for level, obviously it matters how you're doing it, but I think the primary thing is the repetition. You know, I saw a ton of kids where they had a bunch of practices and I knew that that kid probably, you know, had 30%, 40 % more time than some of the other kids. And, you know, sure enough, that kid is more competent at keeping the ball in play. You know, they're able, you know, they've just seen and touched more balls. So, you know, they're going to make more balls. I think it's a balance. I think it really depends on the parents. I think it really depends on the kid. And I think it depends on the environment that they'll be in if they are going to be homeschooled. You know, I will say that, you know, we've had a handful of kids kind of switch from high school to homeschooled and they're in our program. But I feel like there's still strong social aspects in our program. You know, all the boys are tight. They compete a lot. They, you know, I feel like they get their social, you know, they go to lunch. And just kind of our standards are really high. I think this past year we had five kids that graduated that all went to IVs. So, you know, it's totally possible whether you're homeschooled or whether you're in school, I think, to, you know, kind of pursue academic excellence. I think, you know, just because you're doing one thing and not the other, I don't think that that necessarily, you know, takes that away from you. I think tennis can open a ton of doors. And I think I kind of, you know, we've kind of seen that in the last few years. I've seen a lot more tennis kids choosing IV ever since 2020, I feel. I feel like the IVs have been pretty hot, especially for some blue chip players, which I think, you know, if you look prior to 2020, I think the percentages took a pretty drastic jump, which is interesting to see. Yeah, you know, it's funny, you know, in some markets you see people playing for the scholarship and in some other markets you see them playing for entrance, right, into the Princeton, the Harvards. And one of the myths, like, I think if you think about basketball or football, right, the better basketball football players are obviously choosing the SEC, right, Pac -12, whatever that is. But in tennis, you know, I think that, you know, your academics and your tennis have to be, like, at the top scale to go, just because you're not like a bad tennis player if you go to Harvard, you know what I mean? Like, the kid that goes to Harvard or makes the team probably could have gone to PCU, right, or Florida or whatever, you know what I mean? And so it is interesting to see the number of people who say, yes, I've spent 30 grand on tennis for the past eight years and I'm still willing to pay for college, right, because I got into Princeton, Harvard, Yale, etc. But I think it's a big myth where, you know, the United States is so basketball focused, we see Harvard basketball as, like, okay, that's everyone that didn't get chosen by the Illinois, the Wisconsin, the Michigan. And it's not the same, you know what I mean? Yeah, it's different for sure. So when you think about, like, the Ivies, right, you see a lot of kids go to East Coast and you think about, you know, COVID obviously changed something with the home school, you know, sort of situation. People who never considered that it was possible were like, okay, well, we've been living at home for a year and a half and doing online studies, it's not that bad, you know, they're more focused with their time. Did you see more people from families who you thought would not have done it try it post COVID? Yeah, definitely. I think the really popular thing that a lot of people are doing now is kind of a hybrid schedule, which I actually really like a lot. At least in California, I don't know if the schooling system is different everywhere else. I know it was different where I was from. But a lot of these kids, you know, they'll go to school from 8 to 1130 or 8 to 12. And, you know, they have their three hours where, you know, I don't know how they stagger their classes and stuff like that. But I know that pretty much every kid at every school in SoCal is at least able to do this if they so choose. And so they're able to get released around 12 or something. And, you know, they're able to be at afternoon practice and get a full block in. You know, for me, that still enables you to get the hours you need on court and to be able to maintain some of that social. And, you know, if you become, you know, really, really good, I guess, okay, by junior year, maybe you could consider, okay, maybe I should take this a little bit more seriously, maybe I should go full time homeschool. Or, you know, a lot of these kids are in a place where it's, you know, I'm comfortable with my tennis, I like where it's at, I feel like it'll give me opportunity in college. My grades are great. And, you know, maybe that person's a little more academically inclined. And, you know, they want to have a career and they feel like tennis is that great stepping stone. Which I think is a really cool thing about our sport is it just opens a tremendous amount of doors. I feel like if you figure out how to develop and be a good tennis player and how to compete well in tennis, you can you can apply that to almost everything in life. Yeah. So you talk about opening doors, right? When Alex or Lerner were sort of deciding whether to walk through door number one, which is college, or door number two, which is which is obviously turning pro. Right. How did you advise them? You know what I mean? If I say, hey, you know what? Take a couple wildcards. If you went around or two, maybe you go to college. If you win a tournament, maybe you stay out there. If an agency locks you into a deal, right? Then, you know, they normally know what good looks like and they normally have like the ear of the Nike, the Adidas, right? Then you turn pro. What was your advice in terms of if and when, right? Yeah. For those who ask. Well, they were both in different places. I'm gonna start with Lerner cuz he's younger. He actually, you know, did a semester in college. You know, Lerner finished high school, I think, when he was sixteen, sixteen and a half. And so, obviously, your eligibility clock starts, you know, six months after you finish your high school. So, for him, it was, you know, he was so young, he didn't really have much pro experience at that time. You know, he did great things in juniors. You know, he won Kalamazoo. He got his wild card into the men's that year and then, you know, he played a little bit of pro kind of and then, you know, that that January, he went in and and did a semester at USC which I think was a good experience for him socially. He had some eligibility problems which, you know, only let him play about five, six matches toward the end of the year which was kind of disappointing and then, you know, he won Kalamazoo again and so, you know, that was the second trip there and then, you know, by then, he had a little bit more exposure with, you know, agencies and brands and kind of, you know, the stuff that you'd like to see that'll actually give you the financial security to kind of, you know, chase your dream and pass up, you know, the the education, I guess, for the time being. So, you know, I felt like that was really the security was a big was a big thing for him. You know, prior to winning Kalamazoo for the second time, you know, he still had Junior Grand Slams to play. He wasn't playing men's events. So, for him being that age, you know, it was, well, you know, I'm I'm not in a massive rush so why not get a semester in and I think he had a great time. He really liked it. I mean, he he speaks pretty positively about the dual matches. He actually follows college tennis now a little bit more. You know, he will talk about some dual matches which I think is pretty cool and you know, I think it gave him some confidence getting to play for university, getting to represent, you know, seeing that university promotes you. I think there's a lot of benefits there and now, you know, he's got an alumni base. You know, people talk about all, you know, he's a USC Trojan and stuff like that. You know, you see it at all different tournaments. You know, guys are wearing a USC hat and, you know, hey, learner, da da da and you know, I think that that's pretty cool to be a part of, you know, a big family of people who are proud that, you know, they can say they played in the same place and then Alex. Alex was, you know, he was a little old for his grade and he was one that he committed and, you know, the whole time him and learner kind of, you know, talking and, you know, about going pro and da da da da. You know, obviously, it was their dream. You know, I just kept telling Alex, you know, I don't want to hear it. I don't want to hear it until, you know, it's a real problem and so, you know, he gets to 400 in the world and, you know, it's what you do. You get to 400. You know, it's good but at the end of the day, you know, you're not, your life's not changing because you're 400 in the world. You know, so he's 400 in the world and he's, you know, saying stuff to me and I'm like, I could not care less you're going to college and then it was, you know, this was probably in January, February, you know, he starts to kind of do a little bit better and I think at that point, I recognized that he was better than a lot of the guys kind of at the challenger level. You know, just from my perspective, I was seeing kind of what it was, what it was to be 300, what it was to be 200 and I think at that point, like February, March, I fully knew that he was good enough to be there and to be winning those matches but at the same time, you know, having financial security, having set, you know, all of those factors that kind of go into whether I'm going to pass up my education and go pro. You know, it's a big decision and so I remember we were putting it off. I just said, you know, nothing till US Open. I was like, we're not, we're not talking about college till US Open. I said, you know, when we get to US Open, you finish US Open, you have that exposure, you know, we see what happens in those two weeks and then, you know, then we'll kind of make a decision but until then, like, don't even think about it. Don't talk about it. Don't care. You're going to school and I think that mentality really helped him kind of just play free. He was, you know, I'm not playing to go pro. I'm trying to do my job in school, finish my high school. I'm going to tournaments, playing great, just trying to compete and, you know, lucky for him, you know, well, I guess it's not lucky at all. That kid worked his absolute tail off but, you know, he had that success in Chicago at your club and then, you know, he made that little Newport run and I think by then, that was his third or fourth former top 10 win and, you know, he won his challenger. He final the challenger. He'd semied another one. He had kind of shown and, you know, some people have gotten attention and they started believing in him and so then, you know, that's when that big decision kind of came but I feel like for him, he really established himself, improved himself amongst pros which I think is an interesting thing because a lot of the time when you see these juniors kind of go pro sub 18, a lot of the time, it's because they had tremendous junior success which then made them, you know, they had grand slam success and stuff like that but Alex didn't have any of that. You know, Alex was kind of the late bloomer that, you know, in the last year when he was already 18 and aged out of ITF, the kid really just took it to a new level and, you know, I think he really showed that he's kind of ready for what the tour has to offer.
A highlight from Dr. James Lindsay (Encore)
"Welcome to the Eric Mataxas Show. We'll get you from point A to point B. But if you're looking for point C, well, buddy, you're on your own. But if you wait right here, in just about two minutes, the bus to point C will be coming right by. And now here's your Ralph Cramden of the Airways, Eric Mataxas. Hey there, folks. Right now, I want to briefly interview our friend Robert Netsley. This is something I don't know. I get so excited about how it's possible to change the world with where our money is invested. I'll be talking about it. But there's an action point. You have to go to inspireadvisors .com slash Eric. I'm going to repeat this over and over. I want everyone on this program to do it. It is free. It is free. And it is very, very important. We need to get activated, folks. We need to bust out of the inertia. And we need to get activated. And so, where your money is, inspireadvisors .com slash Eric. That's the action point. But let me play my interview with Robert Netsley. Folks, you know that when I find the solution to a problem, I get very excited. If you've been listening to this program for a while, you know that I talk about people of faith being active in their communities, in how they spend their money, in how they vote, in every way. And one of the things that got me really excited when I discovered Robert Netsley, he's with Inspire Investing, he is helping people do something, which I guess we can talk about it, is even better than just spending your money in good places and not spending your money in bad places. But where is your money invested? Is it invested in companies that share your values? Is your money invested in companies that are working against your values, and I would say against God's values? And so, we bring him on now. Robert Netsley, welcome back. It's a pleasure to be here, Eric. As always, thanks for having me. I get excited every time I talk to you just because there's a solution, because this is the kind of thing that I would want to dream up. I would say, can't somebody figure out a way, when we talk about all the money that's out there, people of faith in America. What's that? No, I wasn't saying anything. Yeah, people of faith in America have a lot of money. It's not just they spend a lot of money, but they have a lot of money invested in retirement funds, whatever. And a lot of that, as I've learned in talking to you, is with companies that are really bad, that are really woke, that are working against everything we believe in. So, then the question is, how do I figure that out? How do I get my money out of those places? And you have come up with a solution, and I should tell people, I'll repeat it again and again, inspireadvisors .com slash Eric. That's the website, inspireadvisors .com slash Eric. If people go to inspireadvisors .com slash Eric, Robert Netsley, what will they find there? How have you solved this problem? Well, they'll find an offer that our staff has done for, I don't know how many, countless of thousands of investors around the country, around the world. And we're making a special offer here for your listeners is to just help you understand what you own. It's the first step. And so, my personal story, I was working at one of the big four Wall Street investment bank in their investment department. And long story short, just realized one day, here I am president of our local pro -life pregnancy center, and I own three stocks of companies manufacturing abortion drugs. So, every time a young lady goes across the street to plan a parent who has an abortion, I just made money on that transaction. I literally profited from that transaction. And then you go down the laundry list of all sorts of other things that are going on in the portfolio, LGBT activism, human trafficking, et cetera. And I'm investing in these businesses, I'm profiting from these businesses, and likely so are you. And I'm not here to be your moral police, that's not my position. But what we want to do is help people understand what it is that they're putting their money into. It's not just a mutual fund ticker symbol with some dollars attached. There are real companies doing real things, some of which are incredibly evil and immoral, and it would turn your stomach if you realized what the money is that they're putting into your pocket and what you're helping to fund. And basically, so this report will show you exactly down at the nitty gritty of on this date, this company gave this much money to Planned Parenthood, let's say, or what have you. And so that you can then be informed and then make informed decisions about how you want to invest your money, which we believe is God's money in a way that honors him, helps society thrive, stops undermining your deeply held values, the list goes on. So, that's God's mandate is this commandment to love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind, strength. And the idea is that if you act like, well, that doesn't matter, everything matters. And it's only inertia, which is the devil owns inertia. When you don't do anything, the devil wins and his values win. So, here is an opportunity, folks, for you to take your money out of these companies or to even know where your money is invested. What is your money, which you're responsible for? It's God's money. Where, who's it helping? What are you invested in? So, if you go to inspireadvisors .com slash Eric, I'll say it again, inspireadvisors .com slash Eric, you can get a report. You can learn, this is free, obviously, Robert, this is free. Right. Yeah. Complimentary, totally complimentary. We're passionate about spreading a movement. There are millions of Christians and others around the world who are moving their money by the billions of dollars out of the woke investment firms that are doing everything they can to, frankly, ruin our cherished ways of life in many ways and just put it into investments that just are as equally wise and financially viable and everything else. They just happen to be in companies that are just doing their job. If they're making shoes, they're making shoes, not sponsoring abortion legislation or what have you. So, yeah, totally free. And man, I want to stress the size of the movement too. There is a movement of people. You're not alone. This is by God's grace, where we've been one of the fastest growing investment firms in the nation and the top three fastest growing investment firms in the nation for the past number of years. We're managing over $2 .3 billion and we're not the only firm here. We have colleagues that work labor alongside. This is a movement and you get to be a part of that. If you go to inspireadvisors .com slash Eric, you figure out how easy it is to just be intentional instead of conforming to Wall Street recommendations for your life, which might not be in your best interest. So, please consider that. Ladies and gentlemen, look, this is game changing stuff. I want to be really clear. This is game changing stuff. If everybody listening to this program would do this and you would take your money out of the funds that are doing evil things, it is a game changer in America because not only are you defunding these companies from doing bad things, but you're giving companies an incentive to do the right thing. You're saying, you know what, we better be careful. We shouldn't give our money to Planned Parenthood or to whatever evil things they're doing because you know what, there's going to be pushback. We're going to lose people. People aren't going to invest in us. So, I'm asking you to go to inspireadvisors .com slash Eric. It is free, folks. It is free. Please do this. Resist the inertia. Inspireadvisors .com slash Eric. Inspireadvisors .com slash Eric. Check it out. Hey, folks, you've all helped support MyPillow and their employees in these tough economic times. Mike Lindell knows this and continues to give back to listeners with deals on his most popular products. You've heard me recently speak about the My Slippers, the Giza Sheets, MyPillow 2 .0, and more. For a limited time, the MyPillow six -pack bath towel set is back in stock. Take it from me, these towels are highly recommended. They're luxuriously soft and super absorbent, meaning they actually function like a towel should. 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Get answers as the Real Life Network televises the Pray Vote Stand Summit September 15th and 16th with former President Donald Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis discussing what it'll take for America to get back to greatness, along with a host of conservative leaders like All -American swimmer Riley Gaines, US Senator Josh Hawley, Dr. Ben Carson, Pastor Jack Hibbs, and more. Go to RealLifeNetwork .com now to sign up for free. That's RealLifeNetwork .com. On the Real Life Network, the gospel is never censored by big tech or the government with faith -based content, family entertainment, and new shows released weekly. Watch on any device, anywhere, anytime. Don't miss Pray Vote Stand, a free online event with Donald Trump, Ron DeSantis, and other conservative leaders September 15th and 16th. Available at .com RealLifeNetwork or download the app and sign up for free. That's RealLifeNetwork .com. Check it out. Hey there, folks. Welcome back. As I think I promised you in the previous segment, today it's my privilege to introduce to you someone to whom I think you ought to have been introduced much earlier than now. His name is James Lindsay. Some of you will be familiar with him. He's tough to sum up, and those are my favorite kind of people because I aspire to be one of those kind of people. His bio says he's an American -born author, mathematician. You see, we've already taken a sharp left, and professional troublemaker. He's written many books on a range of subjects, religion, philosophy of science, postmodern theory. Two, he's a leading expert on critical race theory, which means, of course, that he rejects it utterly. He's written many books. Why don't we just get him on here? James Lindsay, welcome to the program. Hey, Eric. Great to see you. You don't sound too enthusiastic. You don't want to oversell. Now, listen. Yeah, it's morning. Listen, you. I know it's early where you are, but honestly, you are tough to sum up. For my audience that is not familiar with you, I know you through turning point events and other things and here and there, but how would you help somebody understand how you got to be doing what you're doing now, and you're an expert on critical race theory, and how did this start for you? Where did you grow up? Can we start there? Yeah, we can go all the way back. Actually, my family is from two different parts of New York State, but nowhere near the city, so I have roots, New York but we moved down to East Tennessee very early on in my life when I was five. I grew up primarily in East Tennessee, so I'm an Appalachian culturally, but with this parentage that made fun of Appalachian culture that didn't quite let it take full root. Difficult to sum up even from childhood, I suppose, but I grew up in East Tennessee. You're not part of a jug band, is that what you're trying to tell me? No, I'm not. I did learn at one point when I was a teenager to play the spoons, but that's been a while.
A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 07/20/23
"Happy birthday, Kim. When I say being nice to her, I wanted to do this instead of one of the fingernails on a blackboard songs of my entire life, Betty Davis Eyes. Yikes. I don't know what it is about it. I just don't know what it is about it. It is kryptonite to me. Do you have a problem with Betty Davis? No. Do you ever see Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? I love Betty Davis. Martin Short. I heard Martin Short on a podcast talking to somebody, I think Conan, talking about how he was on Johnny Carson. And this kind of television will never happen again, where you have an evening of TV and somebody with the heft of Johnny Carson is talking to Betty Davis and then bringing in the hot fresh new talent that is Martin Short. And I think someone I don't know who had dared Martin Short, I'll give you $100, if you will do a Betty Davis impersonation to Betty Davis. And so he comes in and looks over at Betty. And this is so weird because the guests, when you're done as a guest, you don't leave. You just move down the couch, which is also a strange thing. Martin Short leans over and says, well, it's certainly a pleasure to meet you. And she has no idea. She says, well, it's wonderful to meet you as well. I mean, she has no idea that Martin Short is actually dead. And he starts doing some impressions and then Betty Davis leans over and says, well, could you do me? It's like, OK, just one of those late night stories of the time you'll never get again. Martin Short is, I believe, the funniest guy in the universe. So talented. He has a character named Jiminy Glick. And I swear he patterned, he's a closet Mike Gallagher Show listener because he patterned Jiminy Glick after me. Let me go through the list of comparisons. First of all, he never met a donut he didn't like. Jiminy Glick is married to like Dee Dee. And of course, I was married to Denise. He's got four sons, Matthew, Modine, Michael and they're all with like them. And of course, I have Micah, Matthew, Trevor and Brian. And he's an egotistical blowhard. So there's that, too. I think he absolutely patterned Jiminy Glick. But have you ever seen the Jiminy Glick interviews? I mean, he's this big fat. Yes, the prosthetics are just amazing. With the oversized glasses and he's shoving donuts in his mouth while he's interviewing all these stars. And it's I mean, he he had a one man show on Broadway once that that I saw that was just one of the best things I'd ever. He's a funny, funny guy. Real, real. All right. Well, speaking of gems. So yesterday we've got the IRS whistleblowers who proved over and over again that the entire Biden family is sorry, garbage. The same goes for rotten Merrick Garland and the corrupt Christopher Wray. And of course, do you realize that CNN, MSNBC, the mainstream media, they didn't touch it? They didn't touch the whistle mark testimony. Can you imagine? I thought they I thought the left like whistleblowers. They like some whistleblowers.
SNL Alum Victoria Jackson Speaks Out at Tennessee City Council Meeting
"Talking to Victoria Jackson who performed with Saturday Night Live for many years was on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson 20 times and today lives in the Nashville area and recently spoke out at a town council. So Victoria, you decided to say something that most people don't say anymore. They don't get into it. But the idea that God denounces homosexuality as aberrant behavior as a moral behavior doesn't denounce people, loves everybody, but it's interesting that you were willing to say that at this town council, because typically people avoid that issue, which used to be kind of a basic Christian value. And again, this is not about condemning people. We're supposed to have compassion on everybody because we all struggle with something, but you did you did say that at this town council and your short 62nd presentation. Yes, I'm tired of them making us bow down to what they believe and it's like, why are we so afraid and it's done about me? It's about God. What is God think? Who cares what my opinion is. But anyway, so I thought, okay, God hates it. He saw them in gamora. Which is still there. And it's a sulfur. Someone told me that brimstone sulfur, right? You need to read my book. Victory. I hate to tell my Friends to read my book. But if you don't have time to read it, just buy a copy, all right? Just at least by a couple. I do have a couch. So anyway, but yeah, but the point is that when we think of judgment, biblical judgment, sad, I'm going to get more is about as basic as it gets. That's
Caller: Republican Candidates Should Invalidate Questions on Abortion
"Invoke possibly the greatest political debater in our country now? And that would be Ben Carson. Right. When the question of abortion comes up to use his method, which is to invalidate the question. So when one of our conservative candidates is asked, what is your take on abortion? This country has hit the laws that say there's the right to privacy, abortion is between a woman and her doctor. And drop it and don't go any further than that. And when the follow-up question here. Well, that's what pardon me for interrupting, but that's the end culture's point. We won. Abortion is not a constitutional right. The Supreme Court affirmed that in overturning roe V wade, the states get to decide, move on. Doing things like instituting the death penalty if you get an abortion like these dummies did in South Carolina, these 21 legislators, that's not helpful. We'll never win another election. And if we don't win another election, guess what? We're not going to save any babies.
LSU wins 1st NCAA championship, beating Clark and Iowa
"LSU wins its first national championship in program history defeating Iowa one O two 85. Jasmine Carson knocked down 5 threes scoring 21 of her team high 22 points in the first half as LSU took a 59 42 lead into the break. Every player dreams of being on a big stage like this and having a game with your life and for it to, you know, coming to a free issue and it meant a lot. I was Caitlin Clark at a national championship record 9 triples to lead all scores with 30 points. Clark also set new records for total points scored and three pointers made in an NCAA tournament. I'm Denny Capp
Professor Paul Kengor Talks Ronald Reagan and Johnny Carson
"Delighted to have with us from grove city college. The relatively new editor of the American spectator, professor Paul kango. Welcome back to America first. Hey, thanks, Seb, and that Reagan appearance on Johnny Carson. I would really commend that to people if they could track it down and watch the whole thing. It's very, very good. And it's pre presidential years. It's in the 1970s. And I don't know how many people know this. I mean, I know this because of my research on Reagan, but Johnny Carson was a Reagan supporter. In fact, yeah, I've seen a number of letters at the Reagan library between Carson and Reagan and in fact, one of them, Reagan is directly thanking Carson, Carson and his wife. I think her name was Joanne, maybe. Thanking them for a campaign contribution. So they had been, yeah, Carson was a Republican and a Reagan supporter. And so were a lot of his major guests via Bob Hope, for example, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Stewart. And in those days, Hollywood was, I'd say much more balanced, although actually I think it's probably more balanced today than people realize it's just that the conservatives there today are terrified to speak up because liberals today are so brutal that they will destroy you if you come out as a Republican.
Sacramento School Suspends Black Students for Anti-Black Racism
"As reported by the Sacramento bee, a school that is in Sacramento, California, suspended two black students after fake money containing racist imagery against black people circulated through the throughout the campus last week. The summary goes on to say Sacramento city unified school district officials told Kayo VR TV, the fake money handed out Tuesday at Kit Carson, international academy was for buying fried chicken, alcohol, contain the N word, as well as a derogatory image of an African American. Now, one of the reasons why this is not racism in my opinion, both sides, the fact that it was black people having a little fun where was the watermelon? There was no watermelon printed on the money. This is how I know we're over racism. Kids don't even know how we were. Actually, kids don't even know old school racism. Whenever you talk about fried chicken, you gotta include watermelon. It makes no sense to me, but nonetheless, this is what the kids did.
Oscars 2023: How to watch the 95th Academy Awards today
"Since 1961, the red carpet at the Academy Awards is not red. It champagne colored. They're also will be a roof over it, not just in case of bad weather, but so that it looks like an evening event. While most of the country watched the Oscars at night, celebrities started arriving in Los Angeles at 3 p.m., Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel says he likes the look. I think the decision to go with a champagne carpet rather than a red carpet shows how confident we are that no blood will be shot. Speaking of Kimmel, this is his third time hosting the Oscars. He's only the 5th person to be a solo host at least three times, along with Bob Hope, Billy Crystal, Johnny Carson and Whoopi Goldberg, hope hosted or co hosted 19 times,
The latest in sports
"AP sports, I'm sure Freeman, the Los Angeles Lakers could be without LeBron James for several weeks, James has suffered a foot injury with more test results pending. A huge loss for the Charlotte hornets, lamella ball broke his ankle, while injured himself on a non contact play, he had 18 points on 6 three pointers in Charlotte's one 17 one O 6 weight over Detroit. Jimmy Butler took over in the final minute and a half to help lead Miami to a one O one 99 win at Philadelphia. We got some stocks, got out in transition. In Juan, no matter how we do it, we got one on the road. Here in Philly, and that's all we want. James Harden had a chance to win the game for the sixers, but his three pointer at the buzzer bounced out. New York over Boston one O 9 94 and Orlando beat New Orleans one O one 93. Jimmy haslam from the NFL's Cleveland Browns is now in the NBA as well. He has purchased 25% stake in the Milwaukee Bucks from bucks co owner, Marc lasry. In the NHL, Colorado best at Las Vegas for nothing that's a 6th straight win for the ebbs and right wing mikko rantanen. I think the defensive habits we have been we've been really, really good at those better than we were before, you know, and even if we're not playing that great overall, we're just still defending hard. Vancouver top Dallas 5 four and overtime, Anaheim for Chicago two, Ottawa beats Detroit 6 to two Boston overcame two goals from high scoring Conor McDavid to win their 7th in a row. Grew in Nick foligno, says giving up to two on contested goals to McDavid as a reminder, the bruins aren't perfect. Don't get me wrong. Guys, best player in the world, obviously. But, you know, you give them a couple, right? And I think in our game, if we can limit those, we just become a more dangerous team. And I think that's something that we can work towards and just understanding how crucial those little moments are and not giving teams momentum. Barry traps will be the new GM in Nashville. He takes over the summer for the retiring David poyle. NFL quarterback Carson Wentz has been released after one season with Washington, college basketball, 7th ranked Baylor by 6 over Oklahoma state. Check Freeman. AP sports.
Mike Will Sing for Your Support to Turkey & Syria Earthquake Victims
"We have a new Johnny Carson boom microphone. And everybody seems to like it, and it's made for singing. What can I say? What should I sing? Give me a suggestion on what song I'll sing if that'll help me raise money to help the people of turkey and Syria. And yes, beat you Hewitt. His audience is already lapping us 52,000 to our 12,000. Come on. 50 bucks, a hundred bucks, whatever you can give, Mike online dot com, click on that, help turkey and Syria banner at the top of the page or just text just all you got to do is text Mike to 91 9 9 9. That's it. Text the keyword mic to 91 9 9 9. You'll get a link back to our donation page so you can make our gift. I am praying we have a big day. Some people don't like the fact that I'm praying that beating hue is part of the equation, but it's a nice bonus. I mean, maybe I should sing Austin my favorite texture and Clearwater says singing your prayer to beat Hewitt. What should I say? That'll tick this guy off on the voicemail. What would I say? Give me a suggestion for a song and I'll sing it if Eric can find the instrumental. You can text me your song.
Ben Carson Rips Jan. 6 Committee for Leaking Social Security Numbers
"Hat tip forget man. Ben Carson says the January 6th committee social the January 6th committee, social security number leak was not an accident. This is where the left is. This is why, listen, call your congressman. I want everybody out there to call your congressman. We should not let the heat off of Joe Biden. It's time for us to get down in the mud with these fools. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. It's time to get down in the mud. It's time to scrap. These foods are trying to steal your country. I'm not talking about violence, but listen, if they want to play, if they want to play outside the rules of the constitution, if they want to play that game. All right, all right, I'll match you. I'll match you because I want to take back my country. So call your congressman, call your senator. They better not let up on Biden. I don't care what's going on. I don't care if it's sabotage, this guy's cricket, he has to go down. I don't care if Democrats are trying to move him aside. I don't care. I don't care what the reasoning is. All I know is this fool is corrupt is all get out and he needs to go bye bye.
The House Passes the Respect for Marriage Act
"The marriage act. The respect for marriage act. That is now passed a bunch of cowards and now going into Joe Biden's desk where he will stumble over there and scribble something on a piece of paper to make it into effect. This is my whole thing here. Marriage between two men is not a marriage. That's not marriage. That's called a relationship. And in America, you can have a relationship if you want to. You can do whatever you want to do. But that's not marriage. You can call it whatever you want to call it, but it's not marriage. Marriage is between a man and a woman. And, you know, it bothers me that we just go down and slippery slope. The further we go, the further into the battery we get. Just like a marriage between 30 year old and a 16 year old ain't a marriage. That's not marriage. You can't marry a minor. In some cases, they let people marry minus. But generally speaking, you can't marry a minor. You can't marry a kid. Some things, I think should be preserved in a conservative manner. Because this is what's going to happen. When they get out here and they go marriage between two men is a law. What's going to happen if they go to your church and they say, I want you to marry me and my husband. And according to the Bible, two men shall not be together. Especially not in marriage, according to the Bible. Don't get mad at me. I didn't write the Bible.
"carson" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"I mean, they have a couple receiving weapons that like Terry mclaurin is a stud receiver Curtis Samuel Logan Thomas at tight end. I'm very, very excited to see Carson Wentz play with Terry McClure. He's arguably the best receiver he's played within his career. Now, there is no way to sugarcoat it. Carson Wentz has not done much recently. He's not got it done at all. And he's been traded in back to back off seasons, which is not very confidence inspiring. He's trade value keeps going down and down and he hasn't really had a great year since 2017, which I don't know if you know this. It's 2022. Now it's been 5 years since Carson had a great year. Like not seasons, but years and he, I don't know. You could argue Carson Wentz is a one hit wonder who had a almost MVP level season one time and then got hurt. His team won a Super Bowl without him, which shows how great they really were as a football team that year. And I'm really left with a bunch of questions. Is Carson really better? Than drafting a rookie quarterback. I think probably. I mean, it's kind of hard to look at this and feel like Washington didn't at least upgrade at quarterback and it was either Taylor heinecke or Ryan Fitzpatrick. I'm sorry to those guys, no offense, but Carson Elise is better than them. But will Carson play well in Washington. That's a huge question mark. And I can't tell you that. I'm not a, what's the word for, I'm not a word for someone. Like, I don't have a crystal ball and predict the future, but I hope it goes well. I want him to do well in Washington, and my other question lingering here still is, what in the world? Is the Indianapolis Colts planet quarterback? I just don't know. I don't know what they're going to do. Is Jimmy Garoppolo their plan? Are they going to, who's available, you could even trade for? I guess they're going to draft a quarterback. I really don't know what they're going to do. And if I'm a cold stand, I'm like, I guess I'm happy we got rid of cars and Wentz, but now what? Now, what are we going to do? All we did all off season so far is talk about which we hate cars, and we got to get rid of Carson. Well, you got rid of Carson. Now what are you going to do? I really don't know. Now, one fun thing here is that Carson Wentz is going back to his old division, the NFC east. He's going to get to play his former team the Philadelphia Eagles two times every year as long as he's in Washington, at least next year, two games against them..
"carson" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"All game long me or the ref or somebody on the opposing team. He would hit that button on his recorder and half of what he said was the play. The other half was him. Mfn the rash or maybe me from the previous play or somebody on the other side line but now that now that you know he can just you know coach the game and handle everything. The forty thousand foot level and byron left which is calling plays. He seems like his Blood pressure's dropped and he's just like he's in a happy place. But how does that mean brady. Wanted to play with bruce arians. Do you understand why he would hundred percent. I mean any any pocket passer would absolutely love that system. There's a you watch. Grady play the other night on thursday there in empty. It seems like a quarter of the game there. Just spreading people out there getting their best receivers on the field and they're letting. Tom brady do what he does. Best which takes time and take his take his check down. Take the completions and throw the big plays when they showa. But what's he do better than you brady. Yeah everything we do everything better than you he does. He does september thirteenth two thousand twenty one. But you know. I think the one thing you you watch stat that last drive. They had where they went down the field. The one thing brady does and two minute drills is. He knows defenses are scared of him and he takes. And let's the defense get attended depths and create cushion menu. Wash that last drive where they went down and kick the field. He didn't throw a ball over ten yards he just was dinking and dunking. It and the defense was backpedaling and getting depth in giving them cushion and he was just throwing the ball to the running backs tight ends. They would step out of bounds after eight yard. Gain is the same thing we we've seen brady do new england for years. He doesn't get rattled. He doesn't take chances and try to force the ball. Downfield he takes with the defense gives them and they end up with a seemingly. Easy drive at the end of the game for a field goal in a win is brady. What four years older than you brady is three years old. It blows my mind. Saying how long would it take for you to get ready to play in a game. I can walk out and play in a game. But just as quickly as i walked in. I'd be walking off the field with a hamstring shoulder. Something i'm in no form the playwright. Who is the toughest quarterback you faced. Why never be brady. I was up I played against brady bunch. I was up. Twenty one knots in In the first. Half in new england. And richard seymour. Took a low shot on me in and blew my almost blew my knee out. I didn't end up finishing the game but we were up. Twenty one nothing. So i beat brady for half. That's my best but you say this your kids. I do say dell data own brady for one half. I was driving home I coach my kids. Seven three football team. I was driving home half the kids that live up by us now is dropping often. We're driving along and one of the kids in the backseat. Told me that is second uncle. Which i don't even know the second goal is his second uncle tackled. Tom brady in college once. And it really just. It really just made me how you know maybe realize how little these kids think of me on their toes. But they're all out there in russell wilson jerseys and scandal seahawks cure talk about radio. The time drives me nuts. They do know you played in the nfl for fifteen years. Yeah but it's just like it was just such a lip on their radar. They couldn't wait. Talk about russell wilson and let russ good they really realize registered term house Your usc trojans a tough one knows a tough one You know it's it's to see the stadium half-full to see you know us. Being seventeen point favorites in really get blade really wasn't a close game. Were total i mean. There was so many penalties and so subtle. Such a lack of discipline is really really frustrating to watch those guys played his last weekend but the good thing is this week to got a lot of fulla did you. You lost to stanford on a last second play. Didn't you as long time ago dan. i'm sh- oh i did. that's right. I lost chris lewis. They threw a a smash concept. And they hit the corner at the end of the game for touchstone last-second. That's right. yeah. I'm trying to bring up positives here. I'm sorry i could feel bringing up negatives but you own. Tom brady for one half when he want. Nothing yeah yeah. You always have that over him. I'm sure members that to. Hey great to talk to you. Thanks for joining us. Ben nets carson palmer brought to you by a cd level. Select cbd provides target relief and helps treat everyday discomfort when you need it the most this. It's a great product level selects dot com promo code ep. Thirty thirty dollars off your entire order today. Not available in idaho iowa and south dakota. I don't know why just kind of dawned on me. Usc just lost his stanford. And then then you lose to stay for the last second play. Yeah woops sorry about that note to self. Have some positive things to say when you have a guest on. Yes can you imagine. You're the quarterback. And bruce arians is calling in the plays and he's m. you or somebody else but you know brady doesn't have to worry about that. Because bruce arians isn't in his in his helmet yes boeing carson palmer played like fifteen years in a pros. Usc you can't even bring the heisman trophy to practice to show the kids 'cause we have it and then like if you wanted to start. Tom brady doesn't have one of these. Russell wilson does any one of these. I don't know if the kids would care a heisman. I don't know. I don't know if the kids know if they're that young. I don't think they care about a heisman yes mclovin. I can't believe he's three years younger. Tom for no had a full career. No no no wild tyler in new jersey. Hi tyler. welcome to the program. Best and worst of the weekend go so my worst of the weekend is having a seizure at work my best. We kind of watching seattle seahawks win this weekend. Wait what happened to you at work. Caesar so the perfect place to have a seizure you know. Could you paramedics watching me. No it's great. Okay okay you might be the first person who's called. Who's best and worst of the weekend ed to do with the seizure. Well we're we're glad you're still with us there tyler. Thank you. And i thought he said he had a caesar like he must have caesar salad. I'm going all right a bad caesar salad camera on your day. Yes no doubt about that. There's no doubt about somebody says what's the worst thing that happened to you this week and i had a Caesar caesar salad head. Caesar salad you just can't get good croutons. Men can't get good croutons. Let's take a break last. Call for phone calls what we learned. What's in store tomorrow. did you guys hear. Did you think he said seizure blase about it like you had a seizure work and then i went home club. Go hawks came out on top at the end of the weekend. All right we'll take a break back after this. Thanks for listening to the dan. Patrick show podcast be sure to catch us live every weekday morning nine until noon eastern six to nine pacific on fox sports radio and you can find us on the iheartradio app at fsr.
"carson" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Too much blame true but at the same time. I think the quarterback position is is really a it's so important to have the right organization surrounding you. There's been plenty of quarterbacks that have gone to the right place and had much better careers In the right place the right organization than them going to a battery station like detroit. Detroit detroit's been struggling for a long time. We we've heard the stories you know inside out from back in the days You know and stafford was for twelve years. He gave it his best shot. He had some talent around him at times. But you know seeing him in. La with that kind of offense that kind of That kind of system in and you know there's a lot of talk about him not being able to play the game outside the pocket. Do all bootlegs play action stuff that they did but man. He looked good last night and getting outside the pocket drawn on the run. But these rookie quarterback's come in and they're ready to go. At least we think they are but but the mental part of this though carson. I'm i'm curious about because you sat your first year behind john kitten but like physically. Were you more ready than mentally or maybe the other way around. These guys are coming to the league physically ready. These are look at trae. Lanson and san francisco me physically gifted quick fast explosive arm accurate but it just takes some time. It just takes that You know couple. A couple seasons getting used to be in on third down thirty long backed up in your own territory in the red zone with the game on the line. There's so many things that you need is a quarterback to develop and a majority of those things you need. outside of. Having a great organization really good play holler is experiencing until the young guys have experienced at a bunch of plays and a bunch of different situations under their belts. They're not completely mentally ready. But these guys are coming in the league right now physically. Ready without a doubt. How overwhelmed did you feel first year. Starting well i had that first year to sit and rest. So i didn't feel overwhelmed but had i played in that that week one game my rookie year You know i absolutely would felt overwhelmed. And there's so much you don't know about this game And like i said it just takes reps and it takes experience yet. And i'm always curious about that. Then you have a bad game and then it stays with. Like the pros are able. The veterans can move on like you have to have a short memory. It feels like but it feels like a rookie is going to hold onto that bad interception. He had or a bad loss a little bit longer. Absolutely until you've proven yourself to your teammates that you can get over a bad loss. A bad play the lost a game until you can prove that to your teammates in yourself. You don't know me that you if you can go to college like kyla. Murray did oklahoma in one year. Go out there and play amazing. And win a heisman trophy almost national championships. But until you do it at the nfl level until you prove it to yourself. Hey i can go out and week one and land egg and i can bounce back and week soon have a one hundred ten passer rating. You don't know you can do it until you do it. And you're seeing some of these young guys struggle and you watch trevor lawrence play yesterday and it was struggles but that kid has the right mentality the right makeup. I expect him to bounce back. It might not be leaked. It might not be in week. Three but i would pretty much take any right now. Saying the trevor lawrence is not going to be a bust. He will be a successful. Nfl quarterback how do you explain aaron rodgers yesterday. Man is this position. Ila when you're aaron rogers. The position quarterback is so difficult. When you put extra pressure on yourself aaron. His barron has asked for all the pressure. All the criticism you could possibly ever ask for and it is so difficult even when you're as talented gifted erin. There's a lot of pressure on in succeed. There's a lot of pressure on him to perform. It just goes to show you that. Even aaron rodgers can get rallied. Looked rattled from the jump from me. Looked like he was uncomfortable. Couldn't settle in and find a speed. He was harassed all day in the it and that might be a little bit of this off season catching up to him. There's no doubt in my mind an will bounce back and have a pro bowl tight caliber year. No doubt about it but he looked extremely rattled yesterday. How do you explain. Patrick mahomes to those who might not have witnessed patrick mahomes these magic key that there's a couple of guys in the league they are just magicians. Russell wilson jumps out at jumps out the top of my mind. He just does things that you don't expect him to be able to do. Patrick mahomes as much as we think he's great. He's got this big arm in these teeny just makes some plays that. We didn't even think he could make But but there's just a handful of guys in this league right now that have magic about and he's talking to carson palmer former. Nfl quarterback and of course heisman trophy winner are gloves performance enhancing absolutely not for wide receiver. Now there you know when. I think of performance enhancing. I think like everybody else. You think of something. You're injecting or ingesting some in some form or another but if put on gloves is performance enhancing men's sore shoulder pads as well but it helps you catch the ball in a shoulder pads help. You tackle somebody. Yeah but but but a previous generation didn't have this well. The previous generation didn't have the technology in their helmets and their shoulder pads that we have to today. How much does that help. Having that technology in your helmet when you have somebody who can calm you down whispered to you. While you're getting ready to call your play or getting up. To the line of scrimmage will you don't have that much time to to have shrink jump on your head said you only got twenty five seconds so you gotta get the plan you gotta relate to play and then get the snap off but You know. I do think you know that technology is great. Because especially as i got older in the league i was way too fat out of shape to run from the huddle of the sideline and back and forth in between every play getting the place. I needed that. Great to stand in the huddle here at through my headset. Do you need to be in shape to be a quarterback absolutely absolutely unlike pitchers. I've always heard people say that pitchers have to be in great great shape to be a pitcher. I think you gotta be even better shape to play quarterback in the. Nfl did not lift. Did you not run like what happened that you got fat. I got old action said fat. I just got and i got tired. And and all those hits start adding up. Having to go back and forth shuttled plays in and out. When i was twenty. Twenty two twenty three would have been a lot easier than a while thirty eight so thankfully when i was in my late thirties. I the headset on you. Ever call a timeout. Because you're too tired absolutely actually got to the bottom of a scrum and and it was a fumbled snap and i had gotten back down on top that everybody was laying on top of me and i was. I was playing. Bruce arians in arizona. And i was holding onto the ball so tightly and somebody from the opposing team was trying to rip it out of my hands that my hand went numb and i was worried that the next play was going to be a pass. Sure enough bruce. Call the pass and my head. The feeling hadn't come back in my hands yet because it was so fatigued for holding onto a ball and trying to maintain possession at the bottom of pile. Had to call a timeout. What's it like having areas. Talk to you. it's great. I mean you look at tampa bay play now and brady does not to deal with areas spin. Fm in the in the huddle over the heads. He's got byron left which the offense coordinator coordinator calling the plays. Marion is m. f. Ing you while. He's your offense.
"carson" Discussed on Get Up!
"Good news from indianapolis where quarterback carson wentz and guard quentin nelson will return to practice this week on a limited basis to nelson nelson both coming off foot surgery in early august holtz head coach. Frank reich had this to say about his quarterback last week in the perfect world. We have a really good idea after that third preseason game and carson would get to work two weeks going into the first game. That's the perfect world. The nets perfect world is the only gets the work of game week. I don't know if that's going to happen would be week to week. Three is still some mystery here regarding the timeline on carson wentz. What do we make of the recovery. Time line here. It seems to be going pretty well. Kimberly what are you hearing. In terms of carson wentz in the colts yeah it was somewhat surprising just because the initial time was five to twelve weeks and you know when i asked people around the league. Oh carson may be back in practice. Look at this. they're like. Oh is that an indictment on the other guys. I don't think that's the case. But i think india's a very delegates only because we've seen frank reich Gold took in my opinion go above and beyond in solidify this carson's team then and we. I love nick foles. But this is carson's team gotta hear this nicole stock and it just seemed a little extra and when you think about how carson has been described by people in league as far he needs to feel security needs to feel wanted. He needs to know that this is his team. The colts clearly are doing that. So this tie him being back at practice so soon you want you wanna make sure that he's not rushing himself back before he needs to be because this is a team that could go really far
"carson" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"Let's shift gears to the NFL because a big thing happened in the NFL It was a very long segment, it's going really well. It's like a twenty five minute segment. Bam, I'm having a good time. The Indianapolis Colts just had a really big problem. Take shape, their quarterback Carson Wentz got hurt. Get a foot injury, a piece of bone came loose in his left foot, doctors say it's likely that injury can be traced all the way back to high school when he seems like he broke his foot a long time ago, didn't realize I never really got fully treated and healed the right way. So Carson Wentz had foot surgery to solve that problem. Now, he's going to miss five to eight weeks and that's not dead. He's not going to come back week 12, it's five weeks from this point. Now, we're a month away from the regular season starting. But by the way, that's a I got to say 5 to 12 weeks is a wildly large window of time. So I'll take you out for a long. Long, long time. Two months, three, three months. That's not so many. Yeah, twelve weeks or three months? I don't think there's a ton to be said here. Although, every time I do say that I end up talking for like, 30 minutes, so I will see. First of all, it's devastating for the Colts. The next man up at quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts is second-year quarterback. Jacob Eason, he went to college at Georgia, then they transferred and finished his career at the University of Washington. He's talented. He's a very, very talented quarterback. He's also young. He's also raw. But he does have a good coach helping him Frank Reich, and it's kind of an exciting opportunity off Carson, Wentz have been hurt so many times and what if Jacob Eason does amazing, What did Jacob? Eason pulls a surprise. Dak Prescott moment. And I mean the Colts have a great roster. They run the ball while they got a good coach. Good defense, maybe they can win some games with a Young quarterback. That that's, that's the thing possible, right? Here's the problem. The Colts have a brutal first five games of the year, it's likely they play five playoff teams in a row to start the year week one. Jacob, Eason plays his childhood Hometown team indignant in Indianapolis. They play Seattle week, one.
"carson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And now a moment with Johnny Carson. A losing streak, a losing streak. Describe a man running naked after chugging prune juice. This has been a moment with Johnny Carson. I knew that streak was going to be something just found Bold, isn't it? Kind of it is. Yeah. For Johnny Back, then. Absolutely. But then again, you know some of some of the clips from like the, uh, the newlywed game in the sixties and seventies. They're way more their way perverted. I mean there. Oh, wow. Yeah, I mean, really inappropriate. Um, like right now, in our pearl clutching days, people would just lose. You know what? What did they say? But back then, you know, other than saying Whoopee. That was remember you couldn't say sex or anything. It had to be that they would go in all different directions with all kinds of other stuff. But yeah, watching some of those old roof well, and Colin I'm sorry. My mother in law watches a lot of buzzer up at the cabin because we don't have cable affair and she talks about the match game and the stuff that Gene Rayburn says. I mean, just highly inappropriate, like really, And I'm look, I try not to be overly sensitive about this stuff is aware, but How sexist and the way he has perverted with female contestants. It's almost uncomfortable, like really uncomfortable. I mean, it's almost you wouldn't be surprised if he just grabbed their boobs and went come in Rangoon, or, you know, Yes, soup, You know totally. It's that close to Yeah, to being what would you laugh? Can't review And he just Oh, yeah. What can he just was that bad? What do you know? Well, we gotta move up here. I think I have a couple examples of just ones that were like What? Here. I think this is one of us Something that comes in sevens. Oh, no, that's not right, gentlemen. Spanish word or phrase. Will your wife say best describes her bust? Jimmy Nara?.
"carson" Discussed on The Trials of Frank Carson
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"carson" Discussed on The Trials of Frank Carson
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"carson" Discussed on The Trials of Frank Carson
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"carson" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"Was going through and researching the events of Carson Wentz career and that was reminded that in 2016, the Eagles to trade up To be able to draft, Carson Wentz, I was like, huh? So what team had the number two overall pick and said, we don't want Carson Wentz. We don't want that starting quarterback. We don't want that quarterback. We're going to trade down. And the team who made that trade, who didn't want Carson Wentz was the Cleveland Browns. And I thought that's kind of weird, you know, at the time and 2016 during cars a year, The quarterbacks, the Browns had were Terrelle Pryor, Charlie Whitehurst, Cody Kessler, Kevin Hogan, RG3 and Josh. McCown, like, they couldn't use the franchise quarterback. Sure. But they didn't want Carson Wentz. And at the time in 2016. I mean we can talk about hindsight now but in 2016, I wonder how Cleveland Browns fans felt when they had, you know, Kevin Hogan, take long naps and they could have drafted Carson Wentz. I wonder what the mindset was like back then. I want to be clear. This you know this topic is not intended to make fun of Cleveland. It's intended to point out how bizarre a number of things are. And yet the fact that it's still worked out pretty well for Cleveland. So, the Browns passed on Carson, Wentz, they needed a quarterback, but they didn't want Carson. And then the next year in the, 2017 NFL draft, the brown said the number one, overall, pick a number 12 overall pick. They drafted Myles Garrett. A defensive end number one overall. They could have drafted Patrick Mahomes number that were all they didn't and then they traded the number 12, picked a Houston and she was too and drafted quarterback DeShaun Watson. So, it's wild. A real statement you can actually say, is that in a two-year span, the Browns passed on Carson, Wentz, Patrick Mahomes and DeShaun Watson. They said we don't want any of those guys is our franchise quarterback, which is pretty, it's wild. It just seems like to me in 2016 or 2017, the Browns. Just did not want a franchise quarterback. They're like, nah, that's a good not interested. Now, in 2018 and all worked out, they drafted Baker, Mayfield number one overall, and looking back. Again, it worked out very well because Carson Wentz is coming off a really bad year in 2022. Sean Watson has legal trouble. Pat Mahomes was not ready to play like Patrick Mahomes could have gone number one overall to Cleveland, but he needed to sit for a while. And if Mahomes went to Cleveland and not Kansas City, I don't know that he'd be the massive star that he has..
"carson" Discussed on One and Dunne Radio
"Lhasa goes on this episode. Opened the show talking about the eagles and carson wentz and how they need to just basically take what they get and then tell the. Jj watt release. And what it means for the houston texans and probably. Why didn't want to release the shawn watson that point and then finally closing show talking about upset cinderella stories jeremy lin and the fcc you eagles.
"carson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To the Bears. You should be happy You should be happy. He is a very, very, very talented player with a huge ceiling He's hard headed. His teammates don't necessarily gravitate to him, right, like there's been multiple issues with him. Not not. Not that he wasn't getting along, but they're not relating to him. There. They almost feel like that. You know, you're not even trying to make an effort to be a good teammate to be everybody's friend, etcetera. You're just the quarterback, Um So there's been clear evidence of there being a disconnect between Carson Wentz and at least some of the teammates, and that's real. That is definitely real. But if you get Carson Wentz in the right frame of mind, and you give you get Carson Wentz Weapons, which I know the barest initially have right now he'll be the best quarterback you've had in a really long time. Right, like he has the potential to be the best quarterback you've had. And I don't know. I don't know. The Chicago Bears history class Jim McMahon. But he has that kind of talent. Now, here's what Also, he has inconsistently inconsistency and and his lapses when he when he struggles. It's all mental. It gets in his head, he presses. Right, so he's not. He's not flawless, and you might get a really good year, and then something happens and goes wrong. And then he's totally terrible. The next year, he'll go through stretches where he gets in his own head, which is troubling. But if I was the Bears, knowing what I know, from Carson Wentz, both the good and the bad are you over paying for him? Well, you might be bidding bidding against yourself a little bit, but if it gets him there, it's worth it. You're not giving up two first round picks. That's not the market lets you stupid. Right, but a first round pick and maybe something else, and they talk about sending Nick Foles back to the Eagles, which is a totally different story that I don't even really have time to get into it right here. But, um, it's not a good idea from the Eagles perspective. But getting Carson Wentz, the Chicago would be excellent. Now I think the Colts look at it a little differently, they say already a playoff team. We already do very well with our draft picks. We're not desperate to go out and get Carson Wentz. But with Carson Wentz in Indianapolis with Frank Reich, his offensive coordinator in Philly, when he was at his best in 2017, with the with the roster they have with the talent they have with a great defense with the offensive line, they could easily win the Super Bowl next year. So they may balk at the price of Carson Wentz, You better find a quarterback that can play as well as Carson Wentz. Potentially can Chris Ballard and Frank, right, Because if you don't you're not gonna win the Super Bowl where you are. You're gonna just try to make the playoffs and you still got to get a quarterback. That's that's the story with Carson Wentz. It's um, you know, from my perspective is being a guy that that's obviously a big eagle fan. I've just gotten tired of Carson Wences Act. I have the fact that you struggled this year. There's a lot of different reasons for you were benched because they literally you were so bad. They may I believe they had the bench him when they did. Maybe they waited too long to do it. What to just say OK, I want to be traded I the organization's wrong. They done a poor job put in town around me. There's just our relationship could never be mended. Well, I mean, Because we're in the playoffs three years ago, when a Super Bowl in 2017 right like Is it really that bad of an organization Carson like, go look at some of these other bad organizations that lose year after year after year. That's not the Eagles and they're not perfect, but I don't see it is a situation where you come out and you demand to be traded or so I can't make it work here. That tells me a lot about the individual. But if I was a bears fan in this trade happens, I'd be listen. I'd be very, very excited. Would 855 to 1 to four CBS 855 to 1 to 4 to 27 will go to Ed in South Carolina and has a Super Bowl memory. What do you got, Ed? Hey, thanks for getting me em. Yeah. Listen, uh, the first Super Bowl I watched Dark. The finish and I was a writer span was 76 on the writers. Like the Vikings, and it was ominous. McCall's Right. God, I gotta put block. I think it was the first one ever shut him up. It's a great And it didn't look good. And then they sample we went 97 yards the other way. Most favorite Was everybody was just sure the bun bun was gonna bake the writers down and tap. And the writers blocked their point or always bored. It got ugly after that was that was the Marcus Allen reverses field that Zoe Great one. That's so That's so That's the L. A Raiders. That's yeller when they moved from Oakland to L A before going back. Hi. If it's a writer, I don't put any city won't Irwindale. Broke one doing the blank. Have a great day. Thank you, Ed. You too. Yeah. I mean, that is definitely one of the Marcus Allen. He, um, he goes to us, right? Takes the ball to this writing like a pitch. It doesn't have anything. They're reverses. This field goes to the left and then ends up running Go 74 yards for a touchdown. That was You know that? That's one again One of my memories, early memories in the Super Bowl. Let me give you another. And this is long before my producer Connor Green was even an apple in his parents, I, but it's it's considered wide. Right. And I I rooted for the bills. The win Super Bowls because I hated the Giants. I still do. Root against the Giants in the Giants have always win. But the bill the Bills trail, 20 to 19. There's two minutes and 16 seconds left in the game ball Theron 10 yard line and they drive bills or driving down. Driving down the field 30 yard line eight seconds left. And they thought about going for another play to get a little bit closer. But ultimately, they said, no, we're going to go for the field goal. And on comes Buffalo placekicker Scott Norwood to attempt a 47 yard field goal. Here's how it sounded 47 yards. For the bills. Norwood assumes the position linger, waits this habit. Wait. There's a step dance. I can't It is up. It is no good. Know what? Ms Four seconds left? The Giants have won several ball 25 Jack Buck on the call wide, right? And the Giants win. So that's one of these. If you're a bill fan out there, and poor Scott Norwood, that's going to be the one thing that anybody ever talks about with Scott Norwood. You can't talk about the bills in the Super Bowl. Without that. But wide right and that was the ball game in the Giants win another one also in that Super Bowl. On this is this is a off the field memory. Whitney Houston. It's Super Bowl 25 bills in the Giants and going on in the country at that time was Operation Desert Storm. It was the Persian Gulf War. So was the first one that was around 1991. No, it was early in. It was early in the war was early into Operation Desert Storm, and it was their Iraq was firing Scud missiles. Now they could only go into Kuwait. They couldn't reach over here. But still, there was worry as far as if some type of terrorist attack could happen so It was concrete bunkers that would protecting the stadium. So no one could drive up with any type of explosive device, sir. Or they could, you know, like a car bomb. There's SWAT members up on the roof of the stadium, so it's extra secure and outcomes. Whitney Houston to do the national anthem, and there's fighter jets that are flying like it was unbelievable. And Whitney Houston, the late Whitney Houston only 27 years old. We're gonna play a little bit just at the end. With the gold.
"carson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I like they're trying to figure I like her dad, necessarily a music, but I like her. I think she's she's actually okay. Uh He was going to cut up some Hannah Montana for us by Sit down way. Don't need any of that. 3123323776 Who you like to the Super Bowl, some of your profits. It also his Carson. What's the guy you want? Because Carson Woods is Reportedly going somewhere real soon, Adam Schefter, saying The two teams that are really making a big pitch are the Colts and the Chicago Bears. And the Trade River we've heard was Nick Foles to Re Cohen and a first round pick, which is the Bears 20th pick overall, are the 20th pick overall of the draft. Some of the prop bets that I bet Just to have something that you know of interest, okay? Either team to have a successful two point conversion. Okay, That's ah 2 to 1 little more to it A half the one almost. Ah! Successful field goals over 3.5. Out for the game for the game. Yeah, and at ze Beef with a doll over that one. He doesn't like this year. He jinxed me counting my dollars after there was it was 3.5 last year. Over three. I think in the first half there were three. Okay, and he's counting my dollars for me in the third quarter, And then there wasn't another field goal the rest of the game. That's how one with me last year waddles party cause that right night or paralyzed. I'm wearing my Super Bowl head from last year that didn't come. Well after the Super Bowl, so figure that one out Touchdowns. Korea, Cameron break to score a touchdown. He was questionable for the game. He's got a bad back. You grew up in Naperville. What interval Central. I think it was central and s. So I've got him to score. He's 3.5 the ones about $521. Okay? A player to record the longest reception now, Tariq Terry kill is a guy ever be with think for Kansas City goes deep, they fight of Los E. I went with Tyler Johnson. He's like one of the fourth or fifth receiver, but he's a guy that Brady likes and You're saying for the bucks. Not there. Not the overall game for the bucks is all for the overall game. Okay, Because he's 33 to 1. I bet $5 buy when I get 170 bucks. Just a long shot. Should I'm sure stuff you have to do that. That's the fun part about better. I did bet over the 10.5 of the first quarter and the other one. I bet that's along at 16 to 1. I bet any offensive lineman to score a touchdown. Alter. These guys are good at wanting to You know, uh, maybe throw a separate players something like that. Let's go quickly out the Lombard and Pat Pat. What's going on a pad. Good morning. Happy Super Bowl Sunday. They say it's a good thing. There's a game I just went. No one has to go outside, right. I just did to shovel but now I'm dying. Good for the day. So what's up that what you think? Uh, The Bears cannot trade another first round draft choice for a quarterback simply to save Ryan pace his job. They need an offensive lineman, and I'll take my shot. My chances roll the dice with any quarterback available in the second round and hope that they get lucky. If if Ted Phillips has any Day in football operations. It's to recognize that you can't trade a first round draft choice simply to save the G m's job. Let him be a lame duck. Let him let him reap what he sowed. Is Ted paying attention? It's a good question Bad. Have a good Super Bowl Sunday, Pat Enjoy. Thanks, 3123323776 years. I don't know of anybody that really wants. Carson wants to be here, A Zubair starting quarterback s 01 team that said, If one's comes, I'll just become a Fan of another team. They were actually saying, I'll be like campaign finance the affair. Lot of you know, and of her people make that threat you know hard to do. I mean, you could be mad You get avoid, um, you get maybe not go to that one game. You wanted to go to Get that and sometimes you have to speak through that manner, but I mean to totally give up the team. Yeah, You would have done that already. When we come back, we'll see what cap things about the Super Bowl and what he thinks about Carson Wentz, possibly coming to Chicago..
"carson" Discussed on Pantheon
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"carson" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Hope you'll check it out each and every day. Meanwhile, the other news over the weekend heading into the weekend. Um Not sad, necessarily, Although I don't know the way their Eagles fans responding on Social media may be sad. I don't I find just more confusing. I look, I'm not a I can't judge. I don't know. I've no idea. I've never coached football team and I can't judge this man. I have no idea. None zero. So maybe he'll be stellar. But I do find I must say mark for Zeta. The way the Eagles are pushing. Nick Syriani as head coach on social media is the strangest thing I've ever seen. What are they doing? Um You know, Chris Marie in school and your book report due and you totally forgot about it. You didn't read the book, but I still gotta do the book report Class presentation. Yes. I don't know what the Knicks Syriani press conference was. He didn't read the book. You never read the cliff notes He thought that was due next week. Um, it wasn't good on look, I know it's one press conference, and I know the man going into the a job that he's Ever had before the head coach of the national football team. He was an offensive coordinator on Frank, right. We talked about weeks ago, but he didn't call place. Uh, when he got asked to describe his scheme It was It was like This'll guys, at least played Madden right on like PlayStation. They're usually played the video game. It was so bad and you know, you and I were public speakers. That's what we do, and we know that the number one fear of everyone ever is public speaking. But you can't help but think for a second Chris when he's on the sideline. And there's 15 seconds left in the game, and he's got to call the right place at the right time. You mean to tell me the guy at the podium with all the time in the world who couldn't do it was struggling, left and right to put a sentence together is to tell Carson Wentz or Jalen hurts whoever their starting quarterback is next year. Hey, this is the play work in a call right now, and you expect him to be convincing in that moment that that's what scared me the most about that about that, Prescott. But here's one thing we do know coming out of it. There will be a quarterback competition going into camp. This coming season. So you don't believe the notion that he was brought into some sort of Carson winds? Patsy that he's just He's a Carson wins acolyte and suck up and they're just here to prop up Carson wins. Here's what I believe. Believe there's going to be a competition. I do believe that like in boxing us and knock out the champion, you can't win on a on a decision. You know what I mean? Um No. I think Carson was his income into this as the champion as the guy that the front office is rooting for. And basically Jalen hurts would have to go in there and absolutely in a metaphorical sense Knockout. Carson went well beyond the shadow of doubt. It's gotta be a at the latest, the third round knockout. You know what I mean to solidify himself as the starting quarterback and This has happened in fairly recent eagles history. And I know a lot of people don't like going back to this, but Michael Vick versus Nick Foles in the first year of Chip Kelly. People thought that because Mike Vick was the more mobile quarterback because Chip Kelly ran it up, temp assistant was giving Michael Vick no problem. Nick Foles was terrible. That preseason. Mike Vick was great. That preseason that was an unquestioned victory from Mike Vick went into the season is the starter and then holding that have taken over a couple of weeks in and then had the 27 touchdown to interception year with absolutely real. But there will be a legend Quarterback competition as far as Jalen Hurts, and Carson Wentz go moving forward because Carson went with all the money that's tied up to him. Right now. It's simple. Business is simple Numbers. You would if you invested that much into somebody or something, no matter what it is. You want to make sure you get the most bang for your buck. Carson went I think will be the starting quarterback. When the season starts like we talked about a couple of weeks ago, there is a better version of Carson went that I think we we should all know is there but I don't think you'll get back that 2017 status. They'll have the edge going into training camp. But whoever whoever wins that competition will be the starter going forward. I do think about the car's marked the bizarre. I mean, I just very quickly the instagram posts from the Eagles of of Syriani at Mount Union Asses wide receiver. What What is that? What is that communicating? Look, look at him as wide receiver at a D three school in college. What about communicating? What is that message supposed to be? I don't know, I think because he's so young, the only the only younger coach was picked for meal. I believe by a couple of months in Eagle history, is it And you are we supposed to be excited about his youth? Is that there thing Well, I think they're trying to mask you. What they're trying to do is master the in experience that comes along with youth. And as you know, there's some people are just with kids, and they're good from get go. I don't know I didn't graduate college when I was 12. Well, I can't speak to that. Um, but when it comes next Syriani and the Eagles putting all that out I like it, too. When you when you have your resume in high school, and you have your resume in college when you have your resume, you know as an adult right as a real adult going out in the world. Maybe it's a good idea to take off the fact that you were sixth grade home room representative like nobody cares about that part of it. You're like, I guess I would want to see footage of him, you know, having sideline conversations with other notable figures in the NFL or something, even if he wasn't you know, I know there's not a lot of sexy footage of him in the NFL on the sidelines. But wouldn't you know? I got brother see old training camp footage of him with other teams, then Mount Union footage for heaven sakes. I don't know. Maybe it's just me. There was one thing circulating from Colt's training camp. I think it was Where he seemed like a guy with conviction. The guy that was owning the ground he was standing on, and I was like, Okay, let's let's get this guy a shot. Yeah, And then then the introductory press conference. Forget about it. Mark far better with us. We've got to run, but I wanted to quickly ask you just a couple of baseball related stories. Locking up real Moto with the Phillies Big deal right? That was huge for Phillies fans and also just the past again on the shilling. Like is that I don't know where you stand with. That thing is that I always hear some people say whether they like shilling in his politics and kind of what he's becoming a private in the private sector. If you will. You can't take away his baseball career. Where do you stand on those two things quickly is a baseball guy real quick. They see real music couldn't be more excited. Well worth every penny. They're giving them. They had to get him after you moved on. From 60 Sanchez last year and plus, if you get the best catcher in baseball for years to come, you get the best catcher in baseball years to come. Kurt Schilling is the single best postseason picture I've ever seen in my entire life used first breaker. He obviously one with the Red Sox. And then before that, the one with the Diamondbacks. Incredible. Syriza, Hold one. Still, the best World Series I've ever watched against the diamond are coming back to take you as far as politics go the minute and athletes starts talking about politics. I start thinking Okay, now you're made. Now It's not about throwing a baseball 95 MPH. Now you're like me where you just have an opinion..
"carson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Narrative. Not only that. Did you hear him speak at the end of the season. Any time he could have addressed this rumors and shot him down right away. Didn't do that. So Carson wants when the tough guy You know when the going got tough He liked it. Throw Doug Peterson right under the bus. He felt betrayed by Doug Peterson. The minute Carson starts throwing some interceptions. People are gonna want to see Jalen hurts because Jalen hurts even though he wasn't perfect. Jail hurts to get a victory up against the Saints. Jalen hurts, put up some big numbers. So Doug probably said to Jeffrey, I'm not telling you 1000% certainty that Carson wants is gonna be the starter. And Jeffrey, the back of his mind said, Well, that's not going to say that 100% certainty that Carson was gonna be the starter then Doug's gotta go because Jeffrey Laurie still wants Doug Peterson still wanted Doug Peterson to have Carson wants his quarterback. So that's how I think it went down. How he was just sitting there. I could do no wrong. Even though he did a lot of wrong. Jeffrey had a preference. And Jeffrey's preference. Was what Jeffries. Preference was Carson Months and Doug. Maybe he liked Jalen hurts more. There's been some reports that it was from the top that they want to jail hearts on the field. Maybe Doug didn't want that. But once you did go to him. I want you bench. Carson Wentz, It's tough to go back. And Doug can't sit there and say that we're not gonna have a competition As a coach, you gotta have a competition. There is a deserving competition in Philadelphia because of the poor play, of course in months If Carson was gonna play nice because his feelings were hurt. Actually admire than Doug. Sticking to his guns there. Holding ground. Maybe ultimately did cost him his job. But isn't it funny how this sport.