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Ep #132  Bill Hassell

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Ep #132 Bill Hassell

"What's happening adult day in the podcast. We got bill hassell coach down georgia teaches alongside got him with a digital coats and is making a lot of junior golfers. Better soak bottom of the show the days back together and how we got to where he is now he also has a pretty solid playing down on top of the teach the game so take note. Follow along. I hope you enjoy the show and if you do you subscribe to. The podcast. Cabinet gave this episode. What's happening junior golf blueprint fans today on the show. I have another mississippi state grad with me today. His name's bill. Hassell he coaches with scott hamilton. Down in carterville georgia. And i've known bill for a long time. We were in school for a couple of years and since he left. Says he's older than me. I'll let him take credit for being older. He went off his done. Some really cool stuff with his teaching amp playing career and he is a well renowned coach in his area down there in georgia coach juniors and college players and the members of the club. But today he's here to entertain us with some great information but before we get to that today bill give us a little bit of a rundown. How did you get into the game of golf. So how long ya. Yeah right. So i really about saint tennessee Family played tennis in really can. I'm a product of the tiger woods effect. If you will. Because i was you know fifteen in the year two thousand really honestly not doing tennis anymore in golf was kind of thing in my family that we did. That was that was fallen. It wasn't a sport you replay. You know point everything growing up in dodge talking about parents and got the off button said hey. I want to play golf and they were. They were supportive of that And then really haven't looked back since then so progress a lot Through high school and for me. That's of part of the reason that i won't catch teaches. You know for me. i didn't have. I got pretty good about a senior year But i didn't have shot sixty eight and a half school terminals. I was looking for all the division one coaches to be calling me but now it doesn't really work that you got a you know a resume you've got a market to. Shell salvoes count in the dark on that portion of it so Of parties reason like teach but a criminal past high school ended going ole miss for two years under. That's one of your one of your favorite schools outside liar liar but i went there and did not like off their ended up transferred over to mississippi state. And we'll we'll call it a five year stint there But i don't have to pause there. Keep on the story. Just gotten golf. But i'll roll man. You're doing good work fare now. So you know really you know. I think we've got a that. Talk with jeff where i come to their school summer after my sophomore year. All this and he kind of scares you the all the work that you're going to have and then it's really not gonna be a college kid anymore because you're going to be working back in school and back and forth so really really talents. Kinda laid out on the table out relate cab But can't can't think the program enough just for the -fession lysm the experience the interview experience courses workout. On when you're out of school you actually are rated at work. Where in those professions. When you get out of school when you don't know anything not that we knew you definitely have a leg up on getting the industry as you know. The golf is is a. It's a small niche industry. So it's so it's nice to have that and then you know however many years down the road you get to be on a podcast with your body at tattoed wall town so that that's what's pretty cool about this network that mean i had atom on not long ago and we've talked about that and it's it's it's it's always kinda entertaining because you know you are a few years older than me in school and i was underclassmen to you and and so all up to you and what you were doing as far as what i want to try and do right in towards tours with you an atom and doug feral in a couple of those guys right and and now right like the guy that i did. My first internship with it in south memphis is calling me for references to like build out his driving range. And i'm like timeout house. Like i was nineteen and got punched in the face on internship with you. Why are you looking to me. We're so is awesome. But you know you did a couple of cool internships while you're in school right you to pebble dettori and you happen to coincide tori with one of maybe the most iconic. Us open wins in the era with lt gray. So what was was that story like really more of a war of a thank you my parents. My parents tickets on sunday at monday's so they were literally in the stands eighteen. Everything was out. I think they're actually saturday afternoon as well. So you know when you work in the u. s. open for merchandise incredible experience. But you are in hundred one hundred twenty hour weeks that that eleven days is is kind of all blurred which our lunch break so for my lunch break. I wanted to say that saw tiger so it took me like twenty five minutes to get where he was at in watch. Maybe two shots from like two hundred yards away and then had the cruise back. Let's totally worth it but But you know after. The tournament was over the whole staff. We got to kind of walk around. All the spots redid all his shots. We've got out twice course beforehand. Saddam was just. I mean just all. The excitement advertiser goes was just saying you can't really put it into words pretty awesome now. That's a fact. I mean that was one of the more incredible. Us open's ever think we've ever watched and then you have an hour. I was at southland for a tour event. Not not a major and in. You're right like the two weeks leading up to any. Pga tour event is psychedelic. I mean it's like four. Am wakeup calls eight. Am close apm going homes and it's just nuts in the thing that interests me though in in you know pairs coaches in junior golfers. All listen to this podcast but like it didn't sound like you. Initially sought out internships to coach. So how did how did you know where then. And then how did that change happen yet. Definitely not that was not my initial attempt in the business was the coach accounts transformed evolved over time. But i did my internships. Jefflin's gives advice to kind of go different outlets and see what you like. So you're not in private. And then you know i wouldn't call public but it's you know it's a resort than i did. The merchandise star got some good experience there in then went the product club route and worked out where basically for wayne housing a john uley worked at diamond creek floridian in frederick out tall seasonal basis and i taught a little bit there but the truth be told when i got to carterville. I got the head professional position. Here is my. I had pro job and new scott. Hamilton didn't own prize wells. I should have kinda did some research. And i love to play and i wanted to be a better teacher and it really kinda all fell into place when i got the club. I got some good advice for four bosses said i. Bmi i head pro job is ready to come in and change. Everything house rated change the world all about this club on exactly what they needed. The throughout Of it is a you know any job. Let's that's your next job. You don't know what it entails help for the new the best you him but you know listen. The law got to kind of build some relationships the membership and You know really was jeered off. Because scott was teaching members of the time. He's been on tour for twenty something years so there was a void junior golf and they want me to fill that void so i started united. The best i can start junior camps in some programs and saw some kids have some success and really started to enjoy it and you know nine years down the road now teaching fulltime for two years. But really it's been even as the head pro l. Still teaching twenty twenty hours a week last five or six years so the club was nice. Enough let me transition into it. But really just kind of find my passion for teaching bob becoming a better teacher and getting those routes and helping kids and see their success and that that's a that's been the most gratifying part of my job. Renew operation. it's supposed to be doing so you know it's interesting because it's not like the way all this coaches get there. But it's a very common occurrence that there's a void in the instructional blanket is typically always ladies juniors and you know and just like all it takes is like a few success stories next thing you know it pops off right. And that's i mean you're very similar mindset. i never got to the head pro spot. I was still an assistant pro. When i was coaching house. Lucky to have virgil herring above me. That was mentoring me to coach. And then we just kind of formulate a game plan for me to escape the shop in coach fulltime but the the same thing though is like junior creating programming is it whether it's juniors ladies man's doesn't matter program was easiest way to get coaching because you can charge a rate that is you know reasonable for both you and them. You can put six people in front of you so you don't have to go astronomical with your numbers like scott hamilton rate for an hour and you can you. You can see six people doing six different things and start to learn right. You know if you're doing like a six hundred one six one camp right but when you when you started formerly in those programs for for the juniors in and they're starting to see that success you know what was it with the planning in the in the prep in the end that portion of it. What were you doing that when you create these programs like what was your program. Look like how did it look so. That's a good question. Honestly the the junior programs we just got a bunch of kids out there that just got excited about the game and you know a couple of kids that would apply to others force. Picks golf The kind of the other kids looked up to and it was a domino effect there but you know we started doing the did a scratch league two club anything we can do to get the kids out there enjoying the game. I remember Kids outside my first graduating class to kids have just graduated so i take the hostile to go on a trip every year listed. Actually just our second year to start doing this. Move down the hallway really mississippi Guys on the team down there and had a great time but you know i look back. Look back at pictures. You'll facebook or something and these kids that you know. I can remember you know literally the kid coming in for for the first junior camp with his dad out of the car You know it's just it's just fun and we're getting older. I it's i i've now personally. I'm coming up on my ten year mark at the end of this year in. It's crazy to think about. But i have a kid now who i started coaching at thirteen. Who's a time. I hit my tenure marked for the. Pj he'll be graduating college right so i've almost been working with him as long as i've been a pro and i it's awesome. You know what i mean and you're like you get the old facebook pop ups. That's the only reason why post to facebook story anymore is just make sure i can have a memory. And it's it's incredible. Watch his progress and go through that journey like we did bring back some memories and stuff like that but the The thing that always interested me. When i when i talked to coach is like when you know when when you're when you're trying to coach right. There's an element of what you wanted to hear when you were a kid versus what you know now. Right and like man. If i'd known this when i was fifteen odd have been so much better out of gone to here. Yeah maybe nothing maybe done the same thing. I don't know but you find that when you're when you're trying to coach all these different types of kids and all these different types of players you know. How do you find the best ways to connect so that. You're not telling young bill hassle but telling you know little johnny with chinese here. I would say a lot of it's You know just patients like a quick story that like my first first first year teaching You know with the kids. I know we all know how were the short game is in the ass talk. About how much more important driving is. But it's still an area where you can improve fastest in. So i wanted all the kids that i talked to really develop passion for the short name in really dive into it and i go. I go to scott nonstop pulling my hair out of losing cannot these kids out putting greens but china. Incentivize them in came over there. He's like they're not gonna. I'm like what what do you mean they're not gonna they're not gonna go to the putting green until until they go out and hit fifteen greens and she eighty two and have the realization themselves that they need to work on it. I was like. Let's that's a really good point. you still travel push for and our religious continue encouraging me i think is the best form of out of action but you know they have to come to themselves Anything i can do to encourage motivate my end of the day. You know. i'll look at it as you know. I feel like i'm pretty self driven and put a lot of pressure on myself but at the end of the day. I think when you're teaching golf you can kinda give yourself too much credit but if you take all the credit in you gotta take all the blame too so you know it's it's really up to it's up to the kids and take the information you give them run with it and the truth is There will be a few that do and you know cuba's those kids for doing that but we just you know what are the best chance with them and encourage them and give them the right information and even the best chance to succeed so now you're right and i make that explicitly clear when i'm coaching like you know when something good happens i like deflect like in like i i'm just i'm just the encyclopedia i didn't hit the shots. I didn't do the work. I just told you to do because of reason because when things go sideways credit as well. And i'm like i don't want credit for either. I kid they might be. Let's say a kid place. You know junior golf you know. Think about all things junior hospital kids out deal with these days and you know they they they make a stretch play really good golf and then you know that they fire crazy number. It's like what happened. Maybe they maybe they sleep the night before or maybe they need breakfast. I mean if it'd be Things but it's easy to jump glazed role but really. It's just you know back in the process but kids are going to have that kind of evan flow as they work their way up so well. I think it's always good like can remind kids right. You know like the scoring average a tours gang lower a little bit. Every year feels like in but even still likes. Let's say sixty eight and you're up there in the top ten and you still go out and shoot sixty two sixty three and it's like you ever sixty eight so that means you gotta shoot some seventy. Something's tobacco right. And i think that's something that's really hard for kids understand and just kids. I mean like amateur golfers in general. You know just because you carry a six handicap doesn't mean you're always gonna fire sub eighty round like you're just as dennis eighty three as you are to shoot seventy three in the bell curve. You're you're six handicaps. The peak of the bell curve and you got rows are going to go ahead of you. And i going away behind what you want and i think that's what stuff but you know going back to your short game stuff. I recently just started doing operation. Thirty six right now if you're familiar with them or even used them before but it's amusing to me because i have high school kids doing it in a beginner program to get kids into the game bomber. I'm going to change it up. Make kids she twenty seven instead to make it harder. You know it's about one hundred yards. 'cause it's a par three course we start at twenty five from the whole fifty from the whole one hundred from the whole right. It's amazing to me. How many high school kids like think they're hot stuff. From that distance they go fire thirty from fifty yards out. And i'm like i'm a bra. That probably won't be about forty five forty eight at the end of the day if you do that in real gulf. What's up. And you know. I think to your point. The short game was like the thing. I liked about this program. Russia's like it's opened a lot of my kids is to the fact that like hold up. I'm giving shots away from inside of one hundred right. So what are some of the ways that you like to get your kids to you know train and prepare. Maybe more of a competitive mode to get ready to get better inside one hundred yards. One thing i really wanna get get better as you know. You can always create better program and i want kids to spend more time with performance practice but i think anything that you can reflect off the tour players. You weren't us so one zero scott Tour players on the track. Man is really simple. So fifty to eighty yards fifty fifty five sixty sixty five seventy seven. Any they're gonna hit the shot sequence and they've got a target out in the distance but they don't have a target at those numbers they don't have a towel over fifty fifty five know latour player the score. They're trying to get fourteen minute differential meaning. They're carried every shot within two yards of the target. So college player might be shooting thirty on that. So it really gives you a how good these guys actually are But you know you see kids on the range. I mean i sound like record. We all say this. They're out there striping seven-irons drivers right. But they're not hitting all this in between shots in developing the skills they need to So you know performance practice inside thirty yards. Fifty percent of the time that would be the terrar- hidden inside six feet So any games can play. Go out there and compete. I'd be a fan of but i think there's benchmark rate is just like you said with the programs you run it something where you're being a good coach not necessarily going out there and tell them what it is but just out there a okay. Here's your benchmark. Go do it. Oh you know. I know yeah i mean. That's that's the funny part right is that i think you said at the beginning right until the kid has that moment that like oh shoot i just sit like fifteen greens and denver eighty right like oh crap you know y- that's when they have to own it in that and that's the thing that's hard to explain to parents so right is i- i- parents know that because we're mature we've developed their brain. Hopefully the hallway right and and we've kinda can see the the bigger picture a lot better than a teenager in. I mean i know. Teenage matt wasn't gonna listen. You know. I still struggle with that. And i'm gonna thirty two but the the the thing that is tough is to have that conversation. I think. sometimes it's it's. It's one of those that we have to almost preface to the parents. Like look you and i both know this but it doesn't do us any good harp on little johnny saying that he you know. Do you need to understand this. Janis figured out right tom. That's right so you know getting getting the chance to be next door to a one of if not arguably one of the best tour coaches around Who has years of experience a heck of a stable in his in his back pocket. What's it like watching him. Work with tore professionals versus like an everyday lesson that you give me. I say this big difference but you know what's that like. I would say it's not glamorous. It's it's very simple and you have to really know your stuff to keep really simple. It's walking there. they can. They can change on a dime. They can make changes really quickly. So if you given the wrong information. They're just not give me an had five yards shorter. They're just not going to do it so you really have to. We still there. Yeah you really really have to know your stuff simple. Thought it really is. That simple scalise says solved the problem. What's the issue. Solve the problem and go from there so he doesn't kind of get into this. You know these days. All these players have several coaches right. Got got swing coach. They got short in coach. They got mental coach Younger coach so and so forth. So you know. I think he's the guy that really comes in and takes charge and simplifies lanes. And you've seen all success. He's had with taking gas from brome. A nobody on the dot com or korn ferry making the pga tour so it speaks to what he does teaching me He's kind of taught me to ask him questions. When i came in originally start firing off questions about him so now trying to take notes. Think about it all and ask questions from there and then you know. He's really taught me. Also to be willing to reinvest in yourself up. No i go see. And that's what he did. Early career still are in every day with gears. Three d. swing catalysts gas for plates and so and so forth but not invest myself going to see a lot of other other teachers And fallen guys like us. Graham which see when see mark sweeney discount. Got back with timmy. Our tiny he helped teach the kids. So just continuing reinvested in my cell for the reason to make the answer simple for the kid helpful so so that's kind of a long answer but yeah no i mean. It's a great point exactly saw video last week. It was like simon snack. I forget the. He does a lot of that motivational talks and like does the corporate things and all that stuff and he was talking about being like. It's okay to be the idiot in the room right like and he was given an example where he was in this board meeting in a guy was gonna presentation and he had stopped. Presentation was like. Hey i don't understand what we're talking about here. Can you go over that again. I'm probably the only that doesn't get it blah blah blah blah and then long story short by the end of that meeting five ten minutes later. The rest of the room was like yeah. We don't know what the heck you're talking about either right. And meanwhile is supposed to be a whole bunch of business exacts that should have been the material right so in in in the game that we coach right. It's so hard because you know all of the technical facets and not understand that you're coaching a person and in like and that's the biggest thing that's like the like hard to convey like you'll kids come shadow me for coaching. Yes i i understand material but at the same time you have to understand that this is a human being and they can only process so much and it can only do so much for you and a you said. Salt lake saw the problem. I love that because it's like a you know in you know there's like we need somebody comes to the right where we're gonna do tell you like well. I think i'm over the top. I think cast inside. I'm like man. I remember what what's the ball doing that you don't like because i don't really care what you think you kinda. Let him let him get it out and ask your questions. That's worse got always star less than that's helped me launch. Is you talk to the person. Especially i gonna sit down running into baseline for at least ten or fifteen minutes in finger out the picture there describing their game actually sits with what they're doing or not and you know asking the shot chip they wanna hit in. You know what they're missing their make is and then worked from there but those are really simple questions right but the lesson and moved from there and yeah. I think that's where you know it's interesting because like what like when i was with verge. He worked with the la the top kids in the in the count in the state. Honestly and then. He wasn't really coach. Made tour players that time he probably had a couple mini guys popping in here and there. But it was always interesting to watch you know virgil lesson because virgils always probably one of the most creative minds. I've ever been around where he my wife play college golf. He told my wife lasso cattle at the top. And it's still her swing thought. Today's seven years later right place. Who notes right. So what's what are ways that you're like you're finding yourself when you're coaching. You know we always seem to come up with new ways to like spitball ideas around but what did you do to keep things fresh in your mind that maybe helps you come up with some new ideas new ways to get a message across for your kids probably to send a shout out here so that the athletic motion I say they all that stuff. And they're always spit out new drills in new ways to say stuff and you know obviously always picking the door. When scott's teaching you know there's a lot of different ways to do it But a lot of times. I go back to the same same. You know eight or ten drills on the is but you know there's a lot of ways a lot of different you know. People need a lot of different ways. Tell them to reach him. 'cause they're in different brain levels to will so definitely i you know. I like to take their sports background right. Like you had tennis right. And so then. I'd like all right. Bill you know this is like your cross court forehand or this is like your drop shit. Stop shot you know what i mean and i think that's part like you saying the interview process in the beginning you kind of find out the info of you know what how do they think how they processed material and if you take the time to coach actually listen to somebody. You can get a pulse on like all right. This person loves numbers. I probably need to hide that on the screen for a little while. They're looking for. They're just going to be devastated right. Yeah and and i heard another interesting Forget who. I was talking to you. I've been jeff smith and and it was like it's bad to compare to anybody tour player right because the nobody gonna do it and nobody built like anybody else right so it's just not even relevant and so it kind of caught me off. I might tell them. Make your left arm. Looks like justin thomas or you know set your standing sergio or or whatever right and he goes all they're gonna hear swing like justice. Thomas swingley sergio and on my crap like you're probably so how how do you i. Obviously you have scott there with tour players coming in and out probably up from day to day and you have kids that. Hang around that joint you know. How have you leveraged died to help your junior program like be like. Here's scott stallings. Watch watch him do something. Bob how how does have you ever use that to your advantage to help these kids kind of get a point across. Honestly it's it's just kind of happened so you know for example so scott stallings on helping a kid on shipping in pitching this weekend. We were in their early songs out there early. And i know you just had. The podcasts always denies to grace's time and he came in and whereabouts Chip in pitch. And let's say you gotta them thauvin there. So he's been. He's been thirty thirty five minutes with the kid and you know that. That's that's kinda how it happens. They're just out there ellen when they come in town they're going to be with scott for a couple of days not in a hurry working on whatever they're working on but they've got Kinda give back to the kids really just happens. Organically just bought by them being out there right Inch i mean. That's awesome that. When i was at vandy got where i'm at now. You know we have. Ben crane and brent snake out there practicing a lot and then you have the vandy and and women play on the vanderbilt muslims teams in always advantageous for me. Because i would just be like you know. Here's john like watch watch you know. Watch the i watch. How flies wedges like. You're not going to see anybody else at wechat like john. Augustine like these little bullets in you know in in the same breath right. It's like having that kind of presence around draws people to you right because they wanna be around that they wanna see that in in crates kind of like a culture. And that's something. I'm working at here. You know are trying to achieve over here is to create a culture that allows the kids develop and grow and become the best they can. So what you know. What's it like. You know having that around every day in in you know how. How do you feel like that infects the culture of junior program. Our say attracts. You know it's it's you know it's really how business right so having having scott they're having you know the scott him dolph counting there. Naturally with the successful is tour players and being instructor under him. Junior golfers were as far as players would become to me. So that was a natural progression of that But you know you can always do better on the culture look at You know going down to old waverly this weekend with him yelverton. Vj you can just see all the kids. They do such an incredible job and all the kids are willing to help each other. You know the older kids playing with the kids. We have that at carterville to on. They've been doing it a long time there with her junior program but you definitely want to benchmark some things off the way their culture is down. There is such a such a welcoming encouraging environment. And they've got a really cool setup to they've got junior golf cottage the back of the range over par three area know. It's pretty cool. Spot that's awesome It's always it's always interesting to watch somebody who's like formulated that whole plan together right because and you're just like sitting there just taking notes here like what he's doing there and you're trying implement back in the way you're doing. I think that's where you kind of say like as long as you're trying to educate yourself and trying to improve who you are as a coach you know you're doing a service to your student at the same time. A lesson gave five years ago. I didn't have half knowledge. I have right now. So it's like you know you can only do the best you can with what you got. Yeah so oil. When you you're also well achieve player right. You've you've been a great player since college and you're still playing well and and so when you are out working on your own game in maybe out and playing with some of your kids. You know how that's question but like how do you draw the line between like. I need to work on bill hassles game and eel johnny to get better too. Yeah i'm just trying to win right. Is these kids are more than me. I don't wanna go out there and embarrass myself you know. The kids are so good. But i would say you know the last two years Last two years as teaching full time you know the games the game taken a back seat so not really getting out and play a practice in the bunch not look at all look at all the other really good teachers and they really don't play golf. You know all their effort energy Is towards that. So you know. They're kind of look in the mirror sacrifice Games helping these kids helping kids gonna be more important my golf game. Sure i hit balls and you know anything. People are teacher. I'm going to try to implement that. See if i can do it before. I go before are going to teach a kid that but Playing was you know really. I just had a had a goal of my head that i didn't play college. Golf to kinda prove to myself as a as a professional on that i could play. I play level so qualifying Goff our national championship two thousand nineteen and that was kind of the the beginning of the end of the plague. Hurt if you will yeah. You're right though. I mean it's it's tough as a coach and i have a have a guy that helps me now koshen junior camps and stuff and you know he's younger did air force before is in school and he's in college locally and he started his bookwork now and he's talking about all this plant as he wants to do. Is i let you know you gotta make a decision. So i get you wanna play by the same time like what what's gonna make your you know your bank account full is it like you're playing career in the and pj section stuff or is it going to be coaching. Because i'm pretty sure. I know what the bank accounts are. The guys win every week on our. Pj section is not going to flush your durant and so it's like it's tough but at the same time right. We had to give our game to a certain level. Because i mean. I could tell you how many times i've had a student come up me and be like you know all i hear you hit afar and you're like whatever anyone wanna three hundred carry it is you know what i mean and like and or like hey here you're pretty good player cisco play and yet like go put up a number. You can't go fire. Eighty five and then justify the ends of the means so. There's definitely a double edged sword there like you gotta have to your the practice enough that your game can't suck right but at the same time at the same time you know in telling this to the my philip helps me. I was like look you know the other day. We're gonna come to you to learn how to hit. Shots are gonna come to you to learn you. Know what swing should look like or how this motion should look like. And so you have to spend time like getting creative if you tell them how to hit a draw you better be able to stand up and draw ball on that first wing right in you're going to give you better be able to fade it on that. I land and showing why the happens. How has flight a wedge. You better be able to fight that way. You can't be thrown up some lauber sixty yards out you know and i think that's where you know i it's tough is like like where's the line right like i got to be able to practice and play enough to not look like a joker yet. It's tough out. Good answer for that which you know as as as golfers and teachers we've always had that that desire always comes back to go played some golf balls so and i kinda it's like it's a. It's a season life if you will were you know. Maybe there'll be more top down. The road works can kind of get fired up for season in place. Tim section events and stuff. But let's go back to his death like so you know when a turn play really well cares maybe me and my my dad and that's about it so you can have a bigger impact With i totally agree with each. You wanna stay sharp with your game. You don't go out coach a bunch of junior players than hack around the golf course if you listen to podcasts. No i've told this story before. Like i had two hip surgeries in two thousand thirteen and and i kind of fell out from playing for a little bit and i started to lose like what it was like to hit shots in tournaments rights. I hadn't played in a couple of years like my own ball. You have all the fruit from stuff on the section where you can go out there and slap you know slap it around or whatever but so i signed up for the section tournament again go play in that just to like you said just approved to myself. I could do it right. go out fired. Three decent numbers finish top twenty content. Right had a chance. I was four shots off the lead going around. I blew up in the last round. Like seventy four or something like this. And if i don't ashram did not even sniff qualifying But i was low man with the new baby so that was cool. I didn't know that was the pool that there. Apparently there's a pool of golf pros that had new kids with the under a year and there was a pool on who is the low pro for the new dads many go and so anyways. But it's like you're right. There's an element of like. Obviously when you coached players unless you played on tour you have no idea but up until that point you know we could tell pretty much every kids i look. I've i've been there. I've done that. I know what it needs to take right. And i think a lot of kids respect that too when you can stand up there and say like you know. Look i understand how you feel. You know to be excited in the first heat and not feel your hands anymore you or to be three shots down four holes to and and try and make a comeback. You know what. I mean so when you're coaching your kids in playing in preparation for tournament right. It's a different element than just working on swing mechanics and so you know what are some of the ways that you help your kids you talk about performance practice earlier where some ways that you get your kids ready to go out there and teed it up because we're we're terms of started got a kid. I already played this weekend and we're often races. So what's you know. What are you doing to get them. Ready and rockin you know always told you know not all wish which would but i just encourage him to have a plan on. The plan doesn't have to be complicated but Before you if they're gonna go play a practice round To replace jews. you know. They're trying to figure out what their start on is for every t ball and they're trying to get comfortable with where to hit it. We're not hit around. The greens depend. locations are probably different from the practice right now. So just getting covered with green complexes in the this of the greens but all my kids not to texan their phone. But i to literally right now. Start line club. You'd use immoral conditions. Obviously conditions can vary and have a plan for the day. You can be as simple as have all their start lines okay. Today's going to be windy and wet pars and get score. You know the flipside. If it's you know super firm fast greens are so hard you know back to front. Let's keep blow the whole. You know it'd be really simple things. But i think so often the kid you know. Get get so hyped. Up i can remember. It's it's a learning process to Insxl on a. I got the gulf arab school when i'm in class and decided that when i go out to play the afternoon i'm never ending this shot again. I thought in my head that i finally sold golf like i had figured out. And as you know over says bet that person were everything. They have nothing. I'll double double double. It's a give and take it's given talks about this a lot. It's like you care so much it's it's you wanna do well so bad you don't play well and there's a difference between that and just not care at all there's half medium but but the kids It's like it doesn't need to be the only thing you'd think about doesn't need to be you know your your sole purpose. There needs to be more to it than that. So you know. I just think that's important. Because kids put all their chips in the baskets they see that we all do it right in that number is attached to them but they need to learn over time how to separate that because they're gonna have their good days bad maze. That doesn't mean they're good golfer. Bagged offered means their golf game. That day wasn't as good or or so so forth. It's not now and having other things around you the extracurriculars if you will is important because it gives you value outside of the game right and and like you said like obviously that means something right and that's good you want to mean something to you but at the same time it's like if it defines you you have a problem i if you're defined by the number that's on that leaderboard that is not good because then you then you live and die by the sword at that point all right and in. Is this a step in a cog in the wheel a step on the journey. It's just. The number on the scoreboard is just literally feedback in in think. That's where the players that get. It know that like every shot is just feedback. Every number you put up is feedback of like where you're at what you need to do to improve. Or maybe you had that around of your life and you just need to go. Celebrate the dang thing. Yeah and i. I can't tell you how many kids. I've had convinced me like the shoot around the other excited. I'm like hey man like go enjoy that like it's okay. You can enjoy this. i quit. You know they'll come in. But if i had a fight it made this if i wouldn't a three part that and like you realize you're just beat your best record score by four shots right and you're tell me about the bad stuff like what. What do you take the always trying to. You know if i'm talking about around. La shot asking whether it was good or bad. Tell me about a few good shots. 'cause we quickly you know go to the bat shots around until about a few good shots build off those. There's there's winning in. There's learning an awesome Put in front of the kids. Different is of you know win players winters. Make it when they. It's it's not all the same time right. Having their had lots says. I've got to get the college gall. Odd gotta play on a good team will what what about after that like what what's going to happen with you after that like let's just let's let's put you in a place where you know you can go play and you know that you can get better. That's more important than than the name of the school. You're gonna play that because you know ultimately. I hope that you love golfing plague. Also that's why you're doing. Yeah i mean. And that's that's important. I think you know there's there's a lot of different ways to get there right. I mean i think that's the key. I think to make his per pressure to get the dement. The vanderbilt scholarship right. I mean bra. I'm telling you that is just as hard as making it on tour. How many kids are trying to play in in its. There's so many opportunities to go play after high school. you don't have to play division one. I would argue your best division. Two team could beat probably the bottom half of division one teams. And so you know when you look at the big picture and you're having these conversations with parents and kids you know what kind of like a parent teacher conferences. Almost right you know how you making sure everybody is on the same page. Because that's a difficult task and it's not always accomplished and it's not always easiest conversations man. I think that's a. That's a really tough i can. I could probably do a better job on that. I think you know creating you know obviously apparent. It's their child right. We're in the other lane. But i think everybody's in their legs is really important. I think a lot of times. Maybe the parents perspective is like okay. We're gonna come here for a lesson. A bill's gonna give you like your swing technique stuff and then i'm going to catch you and i'm going to coach you because i know i'm just giving a scenario. I think a lot of it. They just don't necessarily Respect the right word but realized that your coach that yes. There are swing pieces but everything. I'm telling you. Lesson is important. When i tell you outage go train like this. I need to go to these drills. I need you to be patient and a golf tournament on top of the technique. Like you need to listen to me on on all those fronts not technique peace and and so on and so forth nothing. That's you know that would just be invested appearances. I'm totally fine with the parent. On repeating. What i'm saying to the to the kid but ad libs and let's not. Let's not do that. Piece of it is only heartened that that triangle that we need to have right so or the end of the day you know i just control what i control And i try to do my best with that kid when their tom. Information than from after that Court yeah i think part of the interview process you beginning right at the same kind of stuff when the kids first shows up or maybe we do like a big. Catch me at ten minutes for lunch or something like that. You know i kind of lay it out for both and it's like you know here's thing right. You want the best for your kid. I want the best for your kid is not my kid but i want the best for your kid in the having two kids my own a third almost at the door you know it's like i get the other side of it like you see your kids to see you. Don't want him struggle. you want them to understand. You want them to be able to to do those things. I get it. You know what i mean. Like kids in gymnastics and he's trying to like know. Flip over a bar in the scare. Or whatever i want to succeed but you know what i tell them. We have those areas like look. Here's the deal right. You're paying me to give you information and my information is unbiased. Because i don't love your kid like you love your kid and i can. I can say the things that nobody wants to hear like your kids not doing the job or your kids doing a great job of putting in the hours but maybe not the quality. And you're gonna say things that i might say things that are going to hurt your feelings at the same breath. I reward effort if you show me your putting all the effort but we haven't gotten a result yet. Then i'll put it on me to figure out what the differences like. Why are we not getting results out of it. When you're putting in your end of the deal right is it. You shot nine under but some kids shot thirteen hundred. What are you gonna do about that. I mean you still shot nine under Still pretty good. It's same day. So i think that's where you know. I've had a lot of heartbreak in learning lessons as coach. And it's like you can't get so close you can't speak the truth but same time. You see it's inevitable that you get close because you're spending hours with these kids and you're becoming part of the journey and i think that's where you know in you know you have good relationships. Apparently of beverly with the parents. I kinda like put them all like on the green yellow red lights on on targets right. I got green parents. I got yellow parents. I got red parents. I mean you're on the watch lists their boy. There's a watchlist parents where it's going to be like all right. I have to have a conversation or two with this one. You know and then there's others are like this guy gets it. I don't have to worry about this and you know in in. I think sometimes it's always tough because we re coach. Spor everybody can play in the parent could be a fifteen handicap. That thinks he knows how this gonna get to college. And you're like go break eighty four tomorrow show me something. I don't know. Maybe no. I well i did like i was talking when i was talking to. Sky talked about the pain shared and the talking chair from hamilton. I love that a lot old. Cheer write a love it. Do i wanna go spray. Paint my chairs in my office right now and just like in life. The prison block lettering paying chair. Well bill to not take up much more of your time today is as another. You've probably got busy day ahead of you Hours led to kind of. Wrap up the show with you know one last little nugget of information for the for the viewers. And it's basically you know if you could say or do one last thing that the help your kids or to you know. give another. Tell yourself ten years ago something motivational something to inspire you to be the best version of yourself you know. What would that message be in you. Know what would you put on a billboard must get one I would say you know that They really kind of say a couple of playing sir. I would say when you're done learning you're done so anybody that you it's nice to have a really talented kid walk in the door and help them but you won't somebody that continually wants to learn that it's our job to to make sure they continue to grow but you know don't get complacent in where think that you know you don't need more to learn to get better at the game and the other thing i'd say is it's really simple. I start Treat people the way you wanna be treated because it is more than golf. And i just think that's important. Yeah hundred percent mean virtually. Nfl day. But i understand that. Virgil talked about arnold palmer. Head thing about you know you wanna fill it the church that your funeral right like in your palmer. When he passed away i think they had three churches. Full of people like know there's view his funeral service in. It's like yeah that that that was something that kind like registered in my head. It was like you know. I might coach's kid for four years on my coach's kid forever. I might coach skit for a week or adult. Whatever and it's like. I wanna make sure that no matter. How the lessening owes right that. There was something more back behind that right that they know that i'm a friend. I'm as a person that you know. If they need something besides golf. I can help right. That's where you know as a coach. You don't always have lessons of Like mechanics like some like. I've had men i've had stories of adult engineers have walked through that door and we haven't hit a shot for an hour and it was a strictly conversations because something jacked up happened in their life and it was like they try to hit a couple balls and i'm like all right what's going on like there's there's something else pyrite now and sometimes you have to do that and you know they don't tell you that. Pgm school when you try and be a teacher. That bj demand was older than me. Ma'am guy that's doing. Philip is doing this stuff right now. I was like you don't understand like disaster me like what i didn't like it's not relevant. I did like the teaching males. Nine hundred eighty six. I was born in eighty nine. I said i got a fifty box books. Binders that had a lug around for four and a half years in the back of a volvo as cavalry between internships online. Like you're good all right. Well mr hassle. What are some of the best ways people will find. You can connect with you online when they listen to the show. How can they follow. What you do On instagram bill all on facebook as well. That's ancient days. They can get through email ourselves or less. That's all awesome bill freetown day boss appreciate it. Thanks so much appreciate what to do.

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Should Prestige Play Into University Choice? (Hour 2)

The Dave Ramsey Show

40:48 min | 4 months ago

Should Prestige Play Into University Choice? (Hour 2)

"Live from the headquarters of ramsey solutions broadcasting from dollar car rental studios. It's the ramsey show. Where debt is dumb cash is king and the paid off. Home mortgage has taken the place of the bmw as the status symbol of choice. I'm dave ramsey. Your host anthony oneal ramsey personality number one bestselling author is my co host. Today thank you for joining us america. We're so glad you're here. The phone number is triple eight. Eight to five five two two five. That's triple eight eight to five five a two to five. Sarah is with us in lexington kentucky. Hi sarah welcome to the day to the ramsey show. How can we help day when anthony. I have a question on my name husband did free. We've been getting free for three years. I took a traumatic fall in two thousand nine hundred and look my runs down the stairs and i've had one surgery. I'm getting ready to another one. How the my husband's gone four nights a week. I don't sleep those four nights because all my bedrooms are upstairs. So we're kinda like in the billing and he didn't even want to be on dave ramsey nine years ago but now he's turned into frugal. Think we should sell the house. We have no bedrooms downstairs and buying another house in the mix over subdivision. Our house will price at one fifty nine. And it's about the highest one industry on the two story and we could add onto it for like thirty thousand but then i don't think we could ever get our money back at it. The houses in the next subdivision are running about one seventy nine. But you'll probably only clear like one forty five on our house. Now we have five hundred fifty thousand in 401k and we have our emergency fund and we have sixteen thousand dollars. Because i've been trying to say you know put on another house. Sixteen thousand that we could put on the house. But we'll still be a little bit short of your household. Income is our household income during the debt. Free was eighty four. But since i fell down to sixty five because no two since two thousand nineteen. I've only worked like four months each year. 'cause i failed and they tried to naturally heal than they did thirty the next year and now the nacer other ones. So i'm only working part-time okay. And so you're talking about a one level house on time at one level house. And i need to stay in a area because i'm much provider. My mother has cancer. So i need to stay within like a five mile radius. Because you know. I'm over there every day. So i you know i probably could find something cheaper farther away but then when she calls you not you know it's gonna take me longer to get to take you five minutes more more. Well she's kind of paying he on that stuff five minutes well she gets panicky. Going back into fit to you know. Well i think we can have. It paid off in a year old. Then save it up. Yeah and just sit on the couch for the next year. Because i don't sleep upstairs when he's there. I literally i what happened. Was i got up in the building that i made a wrong. Turn out this morning. And i went down the stairs and i know that that emotional over. I'm not judging your psychological. And that's i'm saying. What would i do if i were your husband. If i were you in this situation i completely agree with your desire to move. Yes and get into a one level. The i've got no issue with that if you're within one year of doing that with cash than do it with cash or move five minutes further away and do it with cash and deal with a ten minute drive dema instead of a five minute. Drive absolutely okay. The other thing is they make those stair climber that you sit in their fifteen thousand. But i don't don't do it. I mean i think he's trying to come up with all kinds of excuses. Listen to what dave said. You're able to climb the stairs. Yeah you just don't want to right now. yeah i mean. I'm abel's that you know. I've i've done had one of these surgery you know. I'm i'm not you know and let me tell you how weird i am. Okay if it's this important to you. I i would move the living room furniture in the garage. Move the bedroom into your living room up so series. Well we are from kentucky. Well i'm from tennessee. So i figured out. It's just for a short time. And if it's that big a deal for you to get something that's comfortable. I i might rearrange something there on that first level seriously. I'd consider that as a temporary measure. It's not it's not a five year thing it's like we're gonna go camping for four months and five months. We get this money saved up but i. I think you can do this with cash if you're careful or if you'll just make slightly different decisions sarah would you. What you really want to do is when you're facing something like this and you've got several very valid things. I wanna one bedroom. I mean i wanna one level i it. It's a reasonable request when she absolutely then but don't put so many other constraints on it that you can't make your solution true. Yes i have to be five minutes from instead of ten minutes from our no see now. That one's silly. Yeah that was silly. She could be fifteen minutes and still go move today right or sleep in the living room for a year. Yep or move your bedroom to the living room for year Or go into debt and pay it off in a year but i. I don't think that's the way i would do that in this situation me. I'm telling my wife we're going to move away fifteen. We can give you what you want. I'll tell you what doesn't you could. You could sell the house today. Absolutely ran ran rent a one bedroom. Yup for a year. Yep now that's that's even a better plan. It should except for the two times part which i'd rather have a root canal but to move because lifted times things awful but yeah that that solves the problem very To move but they don't have to move and win year day they stay there for you. Know two three years and paul up a bunch even better one exact at one level. I keep doing one bedroom. One level one one one level one bedroom you know i mean well for for rent. That's that might be your answer. I like that. Answer dave and move just about anywhere if you're renting for short and she can save within five minutes now that my work that my work. That's another idea. But i think you're so close. If it was going to be five years to solve the problem. I might solve it differently. This but because it's one year to solve the problem. I'm gonna figure out a way to push through that right and avoid the debt. Your husband doesn't want to go back into the house and everything's paid off. I can empathize with that. Yeah and also empathize with you hurting. And you don't wanna make you know you don't wanna make a wrong. Turn the middle of the night and start this healing process over again. I have no issue with that at all. Either i folks how do money conversations go with your spouse the in a battle or are they not happening at all guys. You can get on the same page with money and starts with both of you committing to a budget every month with a membership ramsey. Plus you and your spouse get our premium budgeting tool everydollar connects to your bank and both your phones so everybody knows what's going on everybody on the same page. We're working and making changes together. And i with access ramsey with access to ramsey plus courses like budgeting that actually works at. Learn exactly how to make a budget. You can get a free trial to ramsey plus to start your free trial text. 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Guarantee means even if you miss measure you picked the wrong color. They'll remake your blinds for free beer free samples free shipping and with the new promos. They run every month. You'll save even more use the promo code ramsey to get the best deal. Today's question comes from spencer in utah. I'm a perspective law student in Between two schools when is more well known. But it's also more expensive. The other is less recognizable but they have offered me a full tuition scholarship. That's the name of the school help significantly and prove to be the Investment that college at admins tout to be No no no absolutely not listen you guys. i went into my doctor's office ask other week dave and for the first time in probably thirty six years living asked him what school they go to and win My doctor said the school. I say doesn't matter like if a kid came here today and said hey does to this school over. That school is that better The doctor said no he said what makes a doctor is is is adopted willing to learn while he's in school is he willing to himself to other doctors to learn even more so my my whole life of learning exactly and growing and growing and the same is true of law school. Yes yes so. That's so you pass the bar after you graduate. Yup did you get enough knowledge to pass the bar and you have enough knowledge to function as an attorney and if you have that in ninety nine percent of the cases where you went to school doesn't matter. I have ten attorneys or so in my life sadly. Yeah and i can't tell you. Single one of them went to school. Eating ask at all. No have would trademark attorneys. We have estate planning attorneys. We have tax attorneys We have Staff attorney on team here yet Actually i was interviewing them. So i do find out where they're going to school for a higher them yet an hire them because of where they went to school to be the ramsey solutions. You know chief counsel fourth. And so you know real estate attorneys. Don't know where they wanted to go. Yeah so it just you know now. There's a handful of prestigious jobs that are high end corporate things or high in law firms. That care tremendously about where you went to school. But it's only because of the prestige guess and so you can go to law school free spencer. Go free go free. Yeah one hundred percent absolutely. Shane is with us in new york city with a similar question. Shane are you. Hey does today great guy. How can we help he level. You're going to speak directly into your phone muffled. I don't say about that the better. Yes sir thank you. So last year. I was going to a university which my parents took out. A loan for about was a period plus out for about twenty two thousand and I made a decision to change schools for Cheaper school and i was making the payments myself to that school. Because i do not want to go into debt Unfortunately my job had a little issue in job for about two months now. I'm coming back next month. So for the rest of the year. I taking out a loan to cover the rest of the school year for fifty. Five hundred That's that was the low lynch and the thing is though is that personally speaking is even go to school. I very traditional parents. Who say i must go to school. As long as i live. I'll give their household that type of rule and Only play. i'm not sure what. I wanna do my so. I don't see the point of spending money to do something. I don't even know what i wanna do it. What are you studying finance. And you're in your second year Yes okay and now. You're at a less expensive school in the first year. Okay and you're held. I'm nineteen okay and you're saying you don't know if you wanna do this if you wanna be in finance world when you graduate. Gosh yes because my heart has been sent out for real estate for the past three years. What my parents Again under their household they wanted to do something that goes to school in basically a lot and so and i know for a fact. You don't really need a degree to real They won't be identified the instagram or communities. One of the two. So respectfully saying i i do not believe it is Right for the parent to tell their son or daughter their child what to do with their life. I don't see there's a problem with your parents saying hey live up on heath this house you have to abide by these rules. that's respectful. That's their house. But i think right now. You have to make a decision for yourself. What do you wanna do at the at. You're at If you're saying. Hey i want to be in real estate I'd never done say dave conspiracy into that but it's a while before you generate any income. I do believe some form of education is important for for whatever you're gonna do But i think right now especially taking out money. No you need to start that process But you do need to be working. If you're going to quit college but i think most importantly man you need to spend some time and identify what it is that you really want to do not just real estate but even long term if that is real estate for next twenty thirty years okay cool but i think you need to go out there and experience i flew to maybe get you a solid job that can provide that you can move into your own apartment. Maybe some roommates spinney year to just dip and dab out there in different things once identify what that is. Then what are career Expert here kinkel. Miss says then figure out. What does it take to get to that. But right now. I i would say Pause because if you're saying you're going to school in your bari money you're paying for something that you really don't even really wanna do pause but then when you pause you gotta have a game plan because now your parents won't allow you to say there should. How would you say you are. Oh okay well. here's something to consider. How many thirty. Five forty five fifty. Five year olds buy a house from nineteen year old real estate agent. That's going to be a hard road. Yeah it can be done. I actually did it but it was a hard road. I had my magnum. Pi mustache my disco suit on. And i'm out there trying to sell houses at eighteen years old nineteen years old. i sold a few. But it's just 'cause i worked my butt off and And i was bold and everything else. But i it's a very difficult Track to start residential real estate at nineteen years old. It can be done. Ma saying it's impossible but i want you to know that that's a little different than you rolling in their twenty nine in terms of credibility and who you're dealing with and how you get started and all that so What i would think is that maybe we address a couple of other things. Let's take a step back. I'm not disagreeing with anthony. I'm adding to it Number one were both saying no more debt. Yeah okay for school. That's silly but the school that you're in now's affordable you just gotta get six jobs and be able to pay your way through. That's what it amounts to. And so that's just what's necessary the So you're gonna pay your way through now that's step one step two is do you want to continue to study finance I got a degree in finance with a specialization. In real estate that what my degree was in. And that's how i ended up. You know someday thousand years later sitting here but it did it. Served me well. The academic You know the underpinning of learning statistics learning marketing learning accounting. The things you learn to do finance are those are good classes that are very usable in almost any business situation and so whether you're the owner of a small business whether you're in real estate Whether you own a company that does xyz or whether you go to work for somebody that in almost any industry they're going to need people that know those things so i. I don't mind you continuing with a finance degree as long as you pay cash for it or switching degree fields and pay cash. Stay at home. And but you're going to get six jobs do that and you have to rethink this right now. You just feel like you're being pushed around by everybody involved and you're being you know. This is random and you need to get the randomness out. Absolutely this. is the ramsey. Show business leaders. If you're hiring for spring get started now at ziprecruiter dot com slash ramsey. Whether you need to hire a civil engineer or an underwater basket weaver ziprecruiter's technology finds people with the right experience for your job and invites them to apply. No wonder four out of five employers. Who post on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate within the first day. And now you can try for free at this unique web address ziprecruiter dot com slash ramsey in the lobby of ramsey solutions on the debt free staging lee and michelle. Or with those guys how are you. We're tower you. Anthony absolute better than we deserve. Welcomed the nashville. Where do y'all live. Carterville georgia okay. North of atlanta. That just a little bit. Welcome all the way up here and up here to do a debt free scream. How much have you paid off. Three hundred and five thousand. I believe it's non sixty eight excellent excellent job. How long did this take eighteen months good for you and your income during that eighteen months Between one ninety and two ten. Wow you guys are killing it. What do y'all do for a living. I'm in the insurance business with my brother. We have an insurance. I'd see michelle administrator with a church. Great wonderful well done you guys. So what kind of debt was the three hundred and six who a little bit of everything mortgage we actually had to mortgages because we are actually celebrated in our two year anniversary today. Almost to the minute With you guys and actually were podcast and we all when we decided to do the thing. But it's mortgage credit card some tax debt. Just a little bit of everything. Wow okay she paid off your house. I'm looking at weird people. Houses to houses being newlyweds. When we got married. I had haussa. He had a house. So we sold my house paid that one off okay and use the Profit from my house to do our three to six months and then threw it into the mortgage at his house. Yeah okay so we're just cleaning up very good. Starting a new marriage the way you want to start way man. We actually started on our honeymoon. Wow we we were in chattanooga for our honeymoon and we stop to get gas. I was the only one with credit card and we cut it up in the gas parking lot and threw it in the trash can listening to podcast going down the road or something. That's exactly right. Oh marty he ordered the total money makeover while we were there in the parking lot by the time we got home. We did a couple of days before but by the time we got home. They were sitting in our driveway waiting for us to start him. It's been a lot of mine the so just getting married on and being excited about a fresh start and all that said okay. We got to address this money thing. And then the podcasters pops up. Well we know we dated with you guys a lot. When we listen to music we would listen to podcast on our dates to and from. I really thought he was weird when he looked at me. And said you wanna listen to dave ramsey. And we're coming home date who i loved to love day. Even more guys my I drive an hour to work an hour to an hour. From which means you're a mile from home in atlanta right. Yeah yeah a little too much. But that's changing next week. So that's a good thing. But you guys really inspired me in the afternoons to go home and find more stuff to sell on ebay more stuff to put on facebook marketplace more stuff to just get rid of so you got rid of this so yup yup so once we got two eighty three eighty three thousand dollars. I said i need something visual. And we did pay per chain that every change thousand dollars and it hung all the way across our breakfast room and our grandkids would come in and see it and our kids would come in and see it and every thousand dollars. We paid off. We cut link and it's a new set of kitchen cabinet. He's going to italy doing something that we knew that thousand dollars would help us do so. At that point the last one was freedom and so we have kept all these little pieces vapor and we start pulling them out. And what are we gonna do because you helped us get here under bondage with chain. That was just a really good visual for us. But it was also a witness into farce to to now only witnessed about what the lord's done in our life but also witnessed what your program can do for other people and we were just talking to a couple off off all set here just a minute ago. And and they're they're in their twenties. It would have been nice for us to start in our twenties. But we're in our late fifties and you know it's never too late. I'd say it's never too. You guys are impressive very very well. Thank you where i we're in for you guys. Okay but i gotta tell you always wanted to be one. But i knew a did not want to even think about it until i got my house in order once. I got our house in order. Then i made application and went through the interview process and met some great people in our agency is now times on the pnc side on the pnc side very cool. I'm honored to have you as part of the team. Man that ain't thank you. well done. Well done how does it feel to have not a payment in the world. It's like nothing i've ever felt before. Truly i mean. I love being married this man because he is my leader and he is the head of our household and he got me into this craziness. But i don't know of any other way that i will want to live the rest of my life Thank you so much. Spend our anniversary in nashville and told her. I said baby the the best part about it. Everything we've done while none of it was extravagant. I said there's no bills waiting for us when we get home right. And there's no money that we've got to send anybody else other than just our normal power bill and things like that vacation. I follow you. Home are never never never never never good so it sounds like your life is a vacation much much so yes we. Each day is a breath of fresh air. It really is to not have that load waiting on you. When you put your feet on the floor and know that you're having to go to work to pay. That load off is amazing. So air conditioner bust on the way home No big no big deal. You had eighteen very intentional very intense months. What was the toughest part of that. You know it really. Wasn't that tough. And now i don't mean to say that i mean it was. It was a lot of hard work. You didn't do a lot of things that we did not do. A lotta things and got a lot of people say well come on. You can just do that little bit or go. Buy yourself a new set of golf clubs or go do this or do that. And i'm like no. We've got other plans for that. That money's going somewhere else. And i said i can do that later or she would do the same thing. The envelopes they were my best friends. I would be at lunch with a girlfriend are. We'd go shopping. And i pull out an envelope go. Nope it's going to have to wait. I can't get those shoes or she said where you want to go to. Lunch will let me look and i go well. I got seven bucks and meal envelope. So let's figure out where we're going to eat so candid made this. I looked over there earlier. And i said i love the new Wallets and i said i wish i had it. It looks like it's just falling apart and envelopes. I get to the point. That i didn't have any extra loops and i'd write all around him. You need to put that in the link zip bag and you keep it all a memory for the grandbabies. Absolutely you'll get you a nice envelopes. I was over there. Yeah earned it. You've you've enveloped like no one else now. You can envelope like no one else all right. It's liam michelle from the atlanta georgia area. Three hundred and six thousand dollars paid off in eighteen months making one ninety two to ten. Count it down. Let's hear a debt. Free scream three two one. Wow wow that's some happy newlyweds at the who love. It is so fun oil down. What rockstars man. So you're out there at the gas pump and you're listening. Did you hear what she said. She got up her credit cards at the gas palm at the gas for made the decision never again and brothers. You're listening right now and you're going full. Well what about you. When are you gonna do it if you're listening to us right now. What's your problem. When are you gonna do. It's there for the taking baby. You just gotta decide you can do it. They can do it. It's possible this is the ramsey show. Ooh oneal ramsey personality number one bestselling author of the book free degree. Mico the phone number triple eight eight to five five two two five. Tom is in san antonio. Hey tom how are you good. Thank you date. I had a question about Property that i sold a year ago We had an agreement that made a ten year Known and i'm financing it for me but We had an agreement that it would be able to pay an offense for two years They've they've paid up to exactly one year. So far and i just wanna know now been wanting to pay it all off and If they take it all off now think the interest. I would lose about forty five thousand wondering if i should go ahead and take the money and then or stick out in the next year. Wow so you're charging what kind of interest rate six and a half percent. Wow okay and so. This is like Eight hundred thousand dollar loan Actual loan amount was seven. Eight seven so about seventy nine. Okay so forty. Five thousand dollars. The interest for one year at six and a half. but they're they. They've got night able to get a loan better than six and a half. Well they wanted to wanted to pay it off sooner anyway. My attorney decided it would be beneficial. If we say we'll pay off early but not until at least two years and they agreed to that so i don't know if they're getting somewhere else here. They've just got the money. It's a commercial property and The the when when i am the occupants were paying eight thousand dollars a month rent and their food people who bought it. Their payment is about forty seven hundred. A month They've got another loan. Okay just took them a while to get a bank I didn't even think of that. That i guess i would make sense which can add percent interest. They've probably got a much better interest rate. Yeah wouldn't take much In a in a three percent world Trying to think what. I would do if i found myself in this case. Here is your down here. Here's what's running through my head. I'll just go ahead and say it all out loud so you can kind of calculate it with me tom. Okay number one. There's the forty five thousand dollars that you would have gotten. Had they taken it all the way through two years What's the brain. How much did they put down. Put down Let's see the selling price was seven fifty. Okay so you've got almost equal you've got alone very close to equal. What the property's worth right so you don't want this property back no not rain during sold. 'cause it's in l. paso and i'm five hundred fifty miles away and i'm tony. You don't want it back. I mean if they can put down two hundred thousand and you can take it back for five hundred and do it again you do. I'd take that right but you don't have any equity here. You're not gonna you know so. They're not threatening to hand you the keys. But i'm just saying that kind of tells me how much hardball you wanna play much. Because you don't want this thing back we want to work this out. Okay so what i would do is say i was supposed to get another forty five thousand out of you guys in interest I will let you pay it off early and negotiate a prepayment penalty that is not forty five thousand but less i thought about that and i was thinking maybe throw. Maybe have exactly what i had in mind. I might even say. Say if you if you'll pay me half of what you were going to pay me. They're probably getting three percent. That still doesn't really so many money. Saving money close enough. Though i mean fifteen to twenty if you could get the information out of them in the discussion as to what they're doing and what their interest rate is than it would tell you how much it's going to save them like if they got a two percent and they'd say four and a half you can calculate out don't take whole four and a half but take a chunk of it right but if they're getting if they're getting a four percent and their two and a half and you're offering in the savings you're offering them is equal to three. They're not gonna do that. I don't know how. I find that that information i would ask. Yeah you'd think they would just tell me to say why are you paying it off. Oh you got another loan co what was the rate you got on the new loan. I'm glad you were able to get. Because i want to work this out with you. I don't wanna charge you the whole interest prepayment. I want to let you go. And i'd love to have my money. I got some other stuff. I can do with it. But let's work this out for a win win where we kind of meet in the middle. Okay and and don't charge them alone. Charge them a penalty that is greater than their savings right. There you go right. I get it okay. So if we come to an agreement than i should probably have my attorney rob thing. Yeah i should be a one page saying it. It's really a release provision. I agree to release the thing. And i'll give you a a deed release on this. I released in cancelled the note For a payment of x plus x penalty the actual principle balance plus a penalty of twenty one thousand dollars penalty. Seventeen thousand dollars or whatever we come to agreement to right. Yeah that seems fair. They're get now and you're not. You're not gonna take all of it because i bet you. They're not saving forty five thousand by the way by doing this year early. They're thinking that you're just gonna go. I want my money which most people do by the way so nothing wrong with what you're doing. I'm trying to take a little a little tougher. Stand just because it sounds like they have a real reason to do this but there's nothing wrong with asking. I dislike having a great conversation. Because if i get information i can design a deal. That's good for them and good for me right. I see. i'm not trying to screw them. I'm just trying to design something. 'cause i would just go forty five thousand bucks right and they're not gonna pay you off. Then they're going to sit there another year Because they're not. I'm guaranteeing you. They didn't get a right low enough on a commercial building of seven hundred thousand dollar loan cheap enough that you're saving fifty cents on the dollar here now. Dave ask you this question. would it be a bad idea. Let's say they come back year. We got an interest rate for three and a half percent. Would it be bad to just renegotiate. The contract with him all right. I'll go down to three percent on. At least i'd let them go and get their new loan because they might lose the loan over the coming year Or they might the rates might take up. The coming year changed the deal. That wouldn't be a bad thing either if it was a longer than one year. Yeah i might consider just lowering my rate if you wanna be in the mortgage business now. That's the other side. Tom of this discussion is if you push this and you end up with his property back. That's a bad thing. Okay okay That's why i don't carry notes back when i sell property. I will sell the property. Cheaper as long as i get all my money. Yeah then if. I carry a note back the only way i want to carry. A notebook is on the business. Happy happy loans and a happy. Happy loan is you get a good enough interest rate. And what she did. He got a great interest. Six and a half in. This market is a booming interest-rate right. And you get enough of down payment that you're happy if they pay because you love the interest rate and you're happy if they don't pay 'cause you're happy to take the property back up and so if you put turn thousand dollars down on this deal and i'm getting it back for five hundred fifty i. I'm not mad about taking it back. Because i can make money on on the again by the. He's not got margin on taking it back because he didn't get enough of a down payment. I like it now. Here's another course david. I'm asking because i'm learning on the ramsey show Charge it to my head. If i asked a question. I'm asking a learning. I'm dead free gamma money. You know all that. And if i go out there and do something like that in charleston. What interest do you suggest that people are not no. I would not do that. Because i think you can take that cash and make more than six and a half on it. I got you either by buying more real estate. You make a better return than that. If you're careful yeah and or investing in good mutual funds. You can make a better rate of return than that. If you're careful you go. I thought so and so and While that property is going up in value your notes not changing. It's actually going down so you're better off if you're going to collect payments off a building owner better off to collect rent the nb the owner yes then you are collect payments off a note dasa and so But but if you're going to carry a note then get a good in high interest rate and get a good strong downpayment happy happy loan happy on both ends. But i don't recommend that that's why i don't carry it 'cause i figure if i'm going to sit here and worry about somebody's gonna pay me monthly. Yeah i'm on worried about the renter polish things going up in value right and i get the upside. Yeah so you don't upside and you step out the ownership roland become. The bank. doesn't just wanted to ask. It's a good question. 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So we gathered from social media. The first question is do pee in the shower. Yes or no. Amy i have but i don't well and the opposite i usually do now because my drain messed up and i made that mistake. I was in the shower. And i was like you know and i'll be right on top of it right in the horse. Yeah but then. The drain was messed up. And i didn't realize that. I looked down in. The water isn't exactly and i'm like it's getting closer to your feet. Yeah yeah so you. Don't you say no but you have i have but i try to go pee before i go in and just get in there. You're like i don't want to get out. I say yes right now. I'm currently not eddie. The best toilet ever there. That's gross thing to say though. Okay amy this is for women gonna more bring into this one women. What's something important. You think men really don't understand about being a woman our periods. You don't understand. Our hormones are cramps while we go through every month the assets or every twenty eight days. We physically don't understand. Don't have a winner does i. Don't even wanna get into it. Don't even start with me because you're winner doesn't do something. Every twenty eight days that lasts for for me seven days which is brutal because some girls. It's four which. I'm like what that's bad. I be amazing. But i don't think that you fully understand what we have to go through. It's what you both can be right like. You don't understand the weiner and we'll also make you crazy rational before you all the time. Snap at people. Let me say this again. It makes you do that. A guys privates gets him into all the trouble in the world. You don't understand that we're leading terrible places because of that. Well then we don't understand that's good. That's great hey mortgage control yours telling you show your lotion to buy our control the same with the guy we could get your all. We do our lives sometimes. I can't stop crying you know me. I'm okay what is your answer. People wasn't what is something important. You think men really don't understand about being a woman. Oh i think they don't understand that we actually dress for other women instead of them. Point like shoes by expensive shoes a person. They're not really doing to impress dudes. Not we don't know the difference. That right i do but most men don't look good for the man in our life for sure but if a girl compliments versus the guy you're like oh yes yes. It doesn't take much to impress. A guy with are closer our shoes but like for a girl to say yes. It's a big deal Next question what smells better than it tastes. Smells better than it tastes. I'm gonna go with gasoline. I never you siphon. Gas from one of the other we were gas. The smell is great the gas. Oh i've never tasted that. I never let it get to my tongue when we did that. Yes sometimes you have to get to go higher And you have to write when it comes up if your hoses isn't that long you go through and you just put it in the other one. So what does it taste like. It's a bit like really bitter alcohol like alcohol that you drink but like that's that's the opposite alcohol that you drink tastes better than it smells. Well that's a good one. It's opposite amy. What's smells better than it tastes to think of something like pumpkin to me. Pumpkin smells so amazing. And then if you eat it asked them like a lot of sugar or something. Eddie i would go with. Cinnamon cinnamon tastes wonderful but then you tastes smells her mouth as smells wonderful but then you taste very good all right. Here's this. what did you learn at an embarrassingly late age. I'll lead the pack here. I think i was a little too old to think that babies came out of the belly button and i was pretty intelligent kid but i was nineteen this. You said them as much sure. But i was a little too too. I was really just came to the baby belly. Do you have anything play. Yeah like last week. I was typing. In an email about madonna. And i typed premadonna like ari and the donna the bbc. Before christ was like three madonna madonna knows seventies. They did you know. It's like prima. I am a space. The and yeah. I always thought it was pre madonna. But i didn't know what she did necessarily thought it was like diva acting and madonna was like premadonna. Prima donna is taken directly from an italian word. It means first lady. That's exactly what it means. Madan the first records of the term in english. Come from the seventeen hundreds. But if you're madonna you think you're the first but now it doesn't lady because at times i'll i'll be like water. I'm thirsty own so here you hey morning morning to everyone except this man who pointed a bow at a ten year old girl and her mom in a road rage incident. Oh like like a bow bone in a texas family says a mother or two car going to the dentist when a man pointed a combo with them because he had road rage. Yeah she was taken under ten year old daughter to the dentist. A three zero was in the car with them quotes. What happened yesterday was my mom was gonna take me to the dentist to see. I was going to get my braces. There was construction in the road narrows and so a red car behind them to tailgating him. Police say the suspect pointed a compound. Bow at the car so he pulls it up in a compound. Bow is pretty complicated. Both yup hunting bow and arrow so They said they were scared. They got the license plate and they got witness and they were able to find the person. He denied displaying a weapon. But they found abo- in the dumpster era. Oh there you go Trauma man for those kids new. Imagine seeing that and remembering that for the rest of your life wonder though and by the way he's in the wrong he's got tattoos on his neck in his eyes and his face. That's the that's the risk you take when you put tattoos on your neck and your face if you make that decision. We expect that you made other bad decisions to so. I was the judge and it's like all right. Everything's even or here comes. This felt like come on. That's a sweet tattoo on your is guilty guy ever. Oh you have a tattoo of a skull all down the right side of your cheek. Well guilty get out of here. That will be what i would do now. He also looks like he did it So here's my tip about road rage in about being road. Someone cuts you off and you're upset about it because you feel like the disrespected you. You wanna flip them off or yell at my encouragement to you is. Don't for two reasons reason number one. They may have a gun or a combo. Yeah or one of those little bombs that you put inside a glass and he'd throw it over come guys molotovs. You don't know what people have in their car and all it takes is one person to make one bad decision in your life is completely changed in a bad way to my second part about this as there are times when you've also done really dumb things driving accidentally or angrily in you would like for someone to show you grace and so i have. Do you know how many times it actually pulled in the middle across the intersection on just stuck there and cars are coming up going. Come on move. you're so stupid. I can't move the car in front of me now. The one that was the idiom pulled up too far. And i've done that so what i try to do. When that happens to me is not get irritated. And instead of going idiot i go. Oh i've been that idiot. And i feel sorry for them. I tried to improvise more than be angry with them. Are you the person that drives up as far as you can amy or do you know like you. I've done it before. Yes but is that typically me. No eddie i sometimes sometimes it just depends from running late different strokes for folks saying hey go bangs on we all shop online some more than others but listen up if you're not using honey you're doing wrong and we just told me she's using honey. No it's so easy. It gives you discount codes who just save money like that honey. Is the free online shopping tool the saves. You money instantly as you shop just like. Amy snapped when you go to checkout honey pops up in your browser. All you have to do is click apply coupons. Wait a few seconds honey. Scans for every promo code on the internet. Honey automatically applies the best one of your car. You get the best deal out there. All that's accurate. Is that what you do. You just get on and totally accurate literally. We just told me before. Went on the air honey has found. It's over seventeen million members over two billion dollars in savings. No wonder it has over. 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I'm married with two kids now and you know he's he's a guy that is everyone's oxygen about being married and have kids and it's just he's just cool. I like i like everything about them. We should do. Hey raimodno can you give me some slow piano music. Real like emotional for a second. Eddie is a hispanic vela from south texas. Right seven miles. North of mexico born raised musician singer. The only think is the strongest thing about what do you think is your biggest most strongest trait quality. I don't know you know people say like kind of like the life of the party. Not in the sense of like. I bring like yeah. Let's party but like people always say just when you around. It's like it feels like there's a party going on. I will say that you are very pleasant to be around like you're you're positive and very very happy. You like to have a good time. I do eddie one of my best friends and that he. I'm very much taipei. And he is very much in a good way tight be and that's why i think we work together so well you did tell television for a long time you and i met. That's kind of like with the whole producer television producer for a long time. In on this show you are basically the same thing. You will audio producer. No video producer right anything else about eddie. We want to share. This is the moment you highlight or no listeners. Video producer got two kids of his own. Got to foster kids. The half of the raging idiots. He's funny oh yeah i think. He's the quickest witty person here behind you. He can do really great impressions. Like luke bryan. Yeah hey yeah and that was right off the cub jake bowen. What's up did air. Church Bill cosby show. All right this has been an introspective and eddie. Thank you mike in florida. I appreciate that call. I appreciate as well trial. He also relates a lot of hair. Oh yes good thank you think about him bringing that up. I mean that's part of life more cool with it right. I mean it's just what happens to the best saly. Okay no place like joe out of your hair and they like hey get full joke on the bad about that well. I appreciate that mike. Ul introspective into anyway. I've never done before. So i have a good morning why we sat alone. It's time for the good news me. I so there's this sweet three year old girl adelaide stanley and she can't go on public in to be around people because she's had months and months of cancer treatment stuff happening and so it's weakened immune system but she has her favorite restaurant and she really really wanted to go there so the restaurant arranged for them to come in early and they got the staff there and the cooks and everything and they got to dine there alone so that way there wasn't other people there so she wasn't exposed to all the germs and stuff and they served her meal and they even paid for it. And let's shut up. The restaurant that they went to the restaurant is j. wilson's in beaumont. Texas shutt- j. wilson wilson's jay's my favorite. That'd be honest per call so it's all about. That was telling me something good show own. This story comes from carterville georgia. A thirty year old man needed to new tires. And he's like. I'll wait till they close breaks into the tire shop. He's getting them down. The rack and stack guitars falls on him and he stuck offer the funny. Is that two hundred hours thing where he breaks. His arm is the only way we keep calling it the wrong it's like five injured in what are the day's play hold on everybody. Relax what does it hundred. And twenty seven remember. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah yeah right from here on out. You're going to jail right. Do the one twenty-seven break your leg get out of there and said it gets a cell phone and calls nine one. One says i need help. Luckily you get to. His phone could have been pin. Just died maybe the his throat like is breathing. 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It's not science. It's cereal rules and back in the day. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I didn't know that was a slogan that got me my entire life. We've always heard it and went from that to for breakfast. Probably the cereal which isn't actually probably the best way to start your day but so here we go the line. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day was invented in the nineteenth century. By seventh day. Adventists james caleb jackson harvey kellogg to sell their new invented. Breakfast cereal along so guys when you hear that. Just no marshall. You're doing a commercial man. Doctor ause is saying that a twenty twenty should be canceling breakfast rather than thinking. It's the most important meal today. Here's what he says because it is uncomfortable for us to think that could we've been conditioned to go breakfast lunch dinner nine snacks in the middle. Four coffee you know all these things that we think we don't get we feel different. The famous doctor told. Tmz that he's going to ban this year and that it's still an advertising ploy. His advice is to have your first smell the day when you're hungry rather than just having breakfast because you wake up and fill that you need to so he's someone who says just go with what your body says more than what you're being told for. A lot of people myself included some mornings. I don't wake up on. I'm starving sometimes especially if you eat late at night but some people don't get hungry until midway through like morning closer to lunch so don't eat breakfast if you're not hungry. These are the ten most recognizable logos in america. You're probably nail all these. Are you ready number ten. Can you name this logo right here. Good goals no no that one. Good at number ten. You didn't know amy okay. You'll know this number nine amazon. Yeah number eight adidas good. I'm surprised this was only number seven. Ready facebook yeah. The blue go with the f. And you would think that'd be one two or three number six google. This is why you should watch the shows. Sometimes right holding a starbucks. Good at five and eddie had nike actually at number four number. Three that look at this one here. This is the logo for number three. That's coke cola right a my sheets. I'm just assuming that. Mcdonald's number two and the number one logo before i show it is and then of course Number one pepsi just missed the top ten disney at thirteen fourteen fifteen and instagram seventeen and so those are the most recognizable logos in america. Favor logo i. I mean i love adidas or one that makes you go like i love apple. Yeah so. I like the apple logo. Let's see it. I'm like when people. I love the three stripes on shoes on pants jacket adidas so the youtube was tough. That was for me. I thought well sometimes on my google play kind of. I hit like i hit play. I even netflix through my mind. Hit play just that triangle play. It's time for the good news. Airport staff at cincinnati's airport found a stuff down nation sitting in the chair and they're like man wonder where this belongs and they've put a call out on social media that someone lose their stuff dalmatian and it turns out the six year old jaden. Who'd been adopted. That's the stuffed animal got from the court when he was adopted and he had left it in the baggage area and so they found them and reunited with puppy all the way down in florida. That's awesome prime. Meant a lot to him to man. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something. Good miss the bombing. It's not all about it. Over to amy with the morning corny. Here we go morning glory. How does thread get to school. How does thread get to school on a school bus. That's pretty funny there. It is thank you very much rock. That was morning. Gordon trying to solo. We clap anymore. We really felt that one. That was pretty funny. one thanks. When was the last time you watched your home movies. 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Can we open up. the mail. Bag here is male and you guys can email us at anytime. Ask you any question you want. And we try to get as many of them as possible. They write good morning studio morning. My girlfriend and i like to watch different shows on sunday nights. Her show is on one channel. My show is on another. She insists we watch them together. I her show then my show on demand. I don't understand why we have to do that. We have two. Tv's in the apartment. Why can't i go in one room and she and the other. Is it necessary that we watch shows together. Even one of us hates this show. Is this some sort of bonding moment. That i'm missing. It feels like force bonding. I don't make our watch. Football with me. In the afternoon on sunday signed matthew. Come into your thoughts vowel matthew. What's the big deal. You watch your favourite show you get to spend time with her something yeller doing together. I get wanting to be together and not be in separate rooms on separate. Tv's suck it up. i mean i can i. Can i just toss you deserve a law example so this is not the same thing but a lot of whenever parents fight and let's say parents are going to split up and they go. I would rather us be happy apart than fighting with the kids watching. Like i would rather not be that rocky relations. I'd rather be a part that had that rocky relationship down a much much smaller on a micro level. What if you're both just happy separate watching your shows because doesn't that make everything happy. She's clearly not she wants in there. Yeah i know she does so. I'm just asking that question. Because here's what he has to way. Is it more important to him to keep her happy or to happiness. He watching a show alone. Yeah like whichever. One that wins. That's where that's why you go. Look if if it's really important to her it doesn't matter what it is. He's getting comfortable if it's okay and that's okay you should. You should get comfortable with each other. Naggar also have regards for the others feelings. All my and this is why. I'm gonna leave my opinion on. How important is it to you that she stay happy. Because you can avoid a lot of drama just by giving her this she's probably giving you things and take one for the team for you at times take wouldn't don't don't suck it up as amy says i'm gonna say take one for the team. Relationships are each other looking out for each other. And i'm sure she's stepping in for you at times when she doesn't want to do stuff so if it's important to her whatever it is and you can do it. Why not do it. Well in a different way. You're you're a little more corey said sucking suck. I said i was like. Is this really that big of a deal. You still wash your show. Y'all get to be together. I under i. Because i can totally relate to wanting to be not not be separate you would you rather your husband be miserable and with you more happy in a part. That was my first question. What is he. If he's like whitney right. And so you watch vanderpump rules. And he's like oh thank you. I'm just so glad you're with me but he's also like his show next. I'm gonna watch with him. I might be miserable that. But i'm not miserable because i'm with him but i'm just asking about his feelings. Would you rather him be miserable in with you or happy in apart just a question i mean i guess happy and apart but why would he be miserable. I'm going to say to you. Or i think you should really work with our own matthew. I hope you're communicating this to her and not just as Her i think she has. I would tell her. The same thing whatever's maybe not tv shows to him but whatever's important to him. You kind of need to stick your neck in there and be like okay. I'm here for you so matty suck it up. Yeah right they go. Mattie we both agree. And i both agree that you just need to get with the program and make this work. If it's that important to her but definitely communicate to her and she might need to get with the program to in other areas We saw those areas are all right. Ed walls mailbag so they figured out the best job to have ranked on pay employment rate. Work life balance stress level. So all those are factoring in because you know the more money. You make the more stressful. It's going to be. But what do you think the best job have is. According to research morning radio. Show the worst for me Gosh she stress being a teacher. We all know that now. We'll pays not gray. They need more. Hopefully they get that i Dr no stress get sick. If you really want to be happy in your work they said go into dentistry. Okay k still medical. But with the teeth they have the most vacation time. They can set their own schedule. Dennis to earn an average of two hundred twenty thousand dollars a year lead the pack and also dentist. It's not like you're really doing open heart surgery or our life or death. It's like oh you got your tooth dennis. They do make a lot of money. Man wow physician assistants as second job that you would like because again you're making a lotta money not super stressed because you're not the position orthodontist at third which is pretty close to the dentist. I'm never been an orthodontist. I don't think braces. Get as for best paying jobs straight up and anesthesiologist vespas. Oh god i. As i've heard those are awesome medium salary. Two hundred fifty thousand dollars slowly anesthesiologist. Yeah to knock people out. But i mean gosh. That's nerve racking up you'll be back off. Would you wanna be when you were growing up canarian. That was the number eight number one. Yeah a numero uno. Why'd you quit on. Uh i well. I wasn't gonna do that. I still went to texas a and though i wanted to go to him via vet but i just want to take them and got a degree. What about you. Well this is it. I remember going to kindergarten. They said hey. What do you to be. I wrote down three things that i want to be a comedian and i wanna be a radio host. Tv at all and so threat. I all. I have always known which is weird because i used to think. How do people not know what they want to be. When they grow up not a lot of people. I know and later on in life i kinda sorta understand. I was the weird one. I've never not known. They always has been eye on the prize. Let's go get it. so yeah that's it just. My grandma kept me making a list of three things i wanted to be. Was there one of those where you're like you. That may not happen. Just all three your lever. Even if i were to start right now never ever ever so awesome because it may be governor of arkansas soon. The could absolutely do it. There's nothing you can't do There's some things you can try and be unsuccessful but you can learn while you're trying and i just i don't believe that unless it's a physical thing i can't dunk on a ten foot goal physically physically. I can't do that now. There are ways to do that. If i wanted to dunk on a goal maybe i can't do jumping on the trampoline the ladder i can have someone throw me but i think the same thing in life like if you can't do something you can find ways to still do it just from a different angle so Yeah i think what are you going. What would you say to people that some people may think like. Oh i'm too old to do this. I've always wanted to be this. But i may be too old for. What would you say for. Our nine stein was old before he started crushing. There are a lot of it doesn't matter age is wherever you put yourself not. I'm just not a believer. Everyone's gonna find an excuse to move to it to not do it so whatever that i excuse that comes up. Is that assigning that to your story. So i just don't think that's the thing in my mind i'm telling you the age doesn't matter to me Growing how you grew up you know. I had no resources. I had no. I went to Food stamp kid went to a crappy. School went to a tiny college. That no one's ever heard of started the tiny radio station. There should be a statistic. But i am not and i just don't think you have to be so i think you you find your paper airplane. Maybe you can't get there the stray but you can get. There are many many different ways. So that's the deal. Would you want to negro Me i wanted to be a rockstar. Nice like at first. I wanted to be a chemist. But then i didn't even know what that meant. I just liked the whole idea flasks and beakers and all that stuff but then i wanted to be a rockstar. Like always and for those. That don't know eddie who who's video producer on my best friend. He was in a band before we work together. I wouldn't come watch your band play. You saw me play to what five people and singer and they were pretty good and now. He's in a band with us and lead singer. And he's a better singer than i am. And we're just billing a rigorous live in our dreams. Unbelievable and his brother is a really good guitar player. Yes yes and used to play better than it used to be in the band with eddie and now he's not he's just playing for fun he ever jealousy. Think time that you're planning big shows and he's better than you. Yes and i kinda tell them. Oh man yeah. It's a lot of work like you wouldn't wanna do this. I really like you would love the alright where everybody go. Get your dental degree. That's my advice for today. Is the back. I'm kate berlin. I'm jacqueline novak. Best friends and consumerist hogs hemorrhaging cash in the wellness world. That's why we made a podcast. Pook a quick. Sonic quest for wholeness. Here's little snippet of us trying out a top dollar massage gun on our muscle manipulation episode press on once now press the up dot. Oh damn bitch twenty one. I want you to notice. Do you wanna know the story of the guy who created this device. No no the rudest person. I hope so rude. I'm here this free product. They say floated out go deep. Inner fi has pain. I repeat the right. 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I got for about three hundred bucks and it cost me the mice to keep it up. We'll color red always read. That car was awesome. It wasn't my best. My best was probably the pontiac. Sunfire ahead that two hundred thousand miles. That thing was a monster sunfire but that subaru was because i get up in the backseat when i was gone and we didn't yards That was mine. Get ninety one subaru you. I was in one thousand nine hundred. Five ford bronco like full-size. Read as well. Everybody baller when i pulled it up. I so wanna find it That's what she looked like that. Be cool drive now yes. I don't well. I don't know if it came off i never took it all but yeah no but i miss it and i regret selling it and i i i wanna find it but that exact one or that model. I'd love to find the exact one but who knows the condition. It's in now. what does it again. A nine hundred eighty five four bronco. Eddie bauer ooh that means like the seats are nothing. there's just like embroidered trees on the on the on the seats or something as you remember they were like colorful trees like stitched in. Let's rocks are had a nineteen eighty five mazda. Rx7 no air conditioning. No power steering. Woo hundred working at the grocery store for eight months saving every paycheck morgan. First car My mom's volvo nineties so whatever she had this volvo like kinda mom soccer car. She passed down to you. Yeah i did but she got in a car accident on my sixteenth birthday. So i didn't get it until like a year later because it had to be fixed and everything so it took me a while to get my first car. Raymundo audio guy. Year grand prix. Gt nine hundred. Ninety eight had emerged out on the windows racing stripe light went on the front. Your first car was all that pretty dope. I share with my brother. We were twins so split in half. And how did you manage that. That sharing a collection and get his driver's license. I don't think until he was twenty one so he just rode with me the whole time. It's time for the good news. Swick bombie wisconsin. A paramedic rescue cat for rooftop because of quote special circumstances in these social media posts. The fire department explains that they normally don't rescue cats from trees or roofs but this call was special because the owners of the cat where elderly and the cat which was also elderly also happen to be blind and deaf. Somehow the cat found himself on the roof so a paramedic crew responded brought it back to safety breaking the rules but for good reason the fire department showed up at the home with the crew made the rescue and again the old owners and the older cat all our live as of today. That was a good one. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good. You like fresh out of the chocolate chip cookies. You love wholesome hetero normative lifestyle and do like pretending that many cycles just don't exist then your hate tampon rock tampon. Rock is a scripted comedy. Podcast kind of like friends except gay and with black people so actually really not like friends but it is about friends. They have a ban. They live in oakland. Also a musical but not a musical like you're thinking of chicago shutout and what i love. Is that these songs in tampa on. Rock typically set up the night to show roll the clip. A route is filled with lesbians. She got opinion so there. You have it a little tease if you please listen. Fellow to barack obama iheartradio app apple. Podcasts every listen to podcasts. Bobby tom now for a segment we call the whole thing. Here is to find things that by the way our loved. But you think of just overrated. I and i'm not overrated flaming hot cheetos. Oh my tried and you know what they were pretty good. Yeah but they weren't what everyone was like. You've ever tried it. You don't think they're better than regular cheetos they're fine. Wow and they were still find a pretty good. But i say from the bottom of my heart. They are owned by the way who disagrees. I do one hundred percent. Anybody else disagree good okay. They're low hot there. Aloha okay. All right amy well okay. So i tried this again because i wanted to give it a goal and i still stand by my decision. In that game of thrones totally overrated. I was flying. And i. I had downloaded see episode one of season one a longtime ago and tried to give it a go and then when i was on a recent fight i was going through my itunes being like. Oh what can i watch. That already have downloaded. I was like oh dirt is going to give it a go. Well nope nope nope nope on this. And the that. I am a game of thrones lover but it takes more than one it takes about four or five episodes to really love it and and i do think as a lover of game of thrones it's also overrated because the hype kind of became what it was more so than the show the best show of not my favorite show but i think the best show of my lifetime bomb that i missing out on the best show of your lifetime. There's it's not gonna happen. The story lines the money the actors what it did to pop culture i think pow pow probably the biggest and best show of the lifetime favorite but i can get why you would say that amy camp from someone who loves it but we will. We will sing for you now. Well two three watch box boo. There's a tv show that everybody loves and i was laid to the train on this one. I watch and it's okay. But i don't think it's one of the best of all time like people say and that's friends like i think if you didn't watch friends back in the day it's not that good now it doesn't hold up wonderfully unless you for in when it happened right. It's i watch. The reruns is how i catch it. this is okay but all the hype it gets people i'd like it's the greatest show to ever grace rtd. I love friends. But i was having this conversation with someone who is twenty eight twenty nine years old. She's like fine. I said all because you didn't get to experience a while it was on. If you it's say like the fresh prince of bel air is is what i would compare it to to me like if i watch it now. This is stupid a shot i've ever seen but because you watched it when you were a kid and it was so cool then you still have those feelings about it now. It's watching. I love it. But i get why you would say that. Now it's overrated to me. Because i still get the joy that i've always had from it. Friends is that overrated anybody on I like it. I don't even know that. Should we chant matt chant. All right very good. Thank you guys. Over to chris in alabama. Who is on the phone right now. Chris. what's happened. A man mourning mourning mourning quick question for you. You have bad customer service experience or something you feel. It's appropriate to kind of put that company or those and individual that experience on blast on social media or do you kind of to away from at what i do is i don't go back. I mostly treated good or bad reward or punishment with me spending their further because you can have bad customer service somewhere in there and because it's a worker who works there not penalized the whole institution like you've got somebody who's opened up a small business or someone who's opened up a chain and they can't be there all the time and they hired someone and that someone has a bad day. I don't really let that affect my feelings toward making sure everybody knows about it and also i've also just had bad days and i hope people will give me a little bit gray. Sometimes i have bad days so like the owner punch you in the face. I would not go back. I think really the best way to reward or punish someone with your business or without your business. I don't know that. I'll be getting on social media. Going the sucks not for me. You don't do it because you really get nothing except that instant gratification of i showed you and then you probably feel bad about later and then you kind of wish. It wouldn't have done that. I've also had bad days. I'm glad people can't get a social media. Do one like you. Bob your person because i will get those sometimes so i'm going to say that No i just. I don't think putting people on blast generally is a good idea. Sometimes if there's a place for that company that you can ride a review you could probably share your experience. But it doesn't have to be. I mean i don't know it doesn't have to be on blast. It doesn't have to be a public thing because you can really mess up. Someone's y'all affects business in a bad way so my question. I really appreciate it. Love the show. Thank you sir. Thanks christie letterman show. It's time for the good news. So there's this sweet. Three year. Old girl adelaide stanley and she can't go on public in to be around people because she's had months and months of chemo and cancer treatment stuff happening. And so it's weakened immune system. But she has her favorite restaurant and to really really wanted to go there so the restaurant arranged for them to come in early and they got the staff there and the cooks and everything and they got to dine there alone so that way there was another people there so she wasn't exposed to all the germs and stuff and they served her her meal and even paid for it. And let's shut up. The restaurant that they went to the restaurant is j. wilson's in beaumont. Texas j. wilson wilson's jay's my favorite. That'd be honest all right per call. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good funny story so in missouri a woman is laying on all the match says to see which bed she likes. Because you're buying bed to go and you lay the store And so she's testing the mattresses and she falls asleep. Well they didn't see her fall asleep and turn the off the store and they go home and lock the door and so she had. She spent the nine store movie. Yeah they were called the store after an employ found a woman wandering through it after it was closed because she fell asleep when they shut it down and they they went away so yeah she was just testing it out. She must have been real tired. I never back in the day when i would go to the mattress store and test out mattress is only a few times but i never could get a legit feel at the store and what i liked because it all felt comfortable with the snore. They were trying to farley on the firm like who is pretty good. They're pretty good. I never never. I am a very like i'm a thirty. My sleep number thirty right now. So i definitely know what i am but i never could go to the store and technically all good because they were new. Yeah i'm not a saw. I'm a firm all the way but it is firmer soft. That's not my point is is that i could go and land all of them. They all good to me. I can never use the mattress store in the buying day as a good method of picking out a mattress because they were new so they all just felt good a mattress. One time back. In the day i went home and it was miserable so you can you return a mattress candidate. Didn't i was so i was so lazy. Just left on it for like five years dealt with it dealt with. 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458 - Bloody Williamson

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

1:20:04 hr | 10 months ago

458 - Bloody Williamson

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I'll be doing another one of these avail. Comics shows a bunch of people represented by The same manager. they're great. We did one on november twenty four. Th the next one's december seventeenth. You can go to night. I think it's nightlight tv. Nightlight dot tv is where you can get tickets. And they are live now and other going to tell you one of the comics. Who i'm doing that show with this comic greg perez and he reached out to me and i did his radio show yesterday because his grandmother is ruby. Who was dating marian. Zion check or. It was married to him when he went when he was on his drunk bender and was actually killed and he is now like researching about his grandmother and then when he was researching stumbled upon dollop that we did on marian zion. And and it's fucking crazy. I mean his grandmother like dating was married to him at the time when he was throwing coconuts out the window and throwing things out the window and putting on it can rumbek cup and calling. It design checks zipper. So fucking crazy. Yeah and then. I so i went back and i listened to that one. And it's you me and will. And i sound like i'm on cocaine. Not there are so many bits in that story that are fruitful because there are so many crazy details. But i thought that was very interesting. I talked to him about that yesterday for a little while. And he's like talking to the cop like you know like was investigating is now retired. Like it's crazy. Wow do you have anything to an o on december twelve. Th we are going to be doing a live online episode of dumb people town with the sklar brothers and daniel k. dvd k. As we call them all very funny people and we really liked that podcast so you can go to their website ten. you know. Buy tickets or whatever you do. February twenty eighth eighteen thirty nine okay williamson. County was formed from franklin county. So it split off. Basically the southern part of the state of illinois. Your home state okay. That's not nope don't deny me. I will the researcher. The fact checker completely wrong on this fact after the war of eighteen twelve many southerners had come to settle. Their southern culture would always stay prevalent in the county and for a while. Slavery was allowed to work the salt mines. It's really it. It's disgusting the way that they still are able to carve out like slavery closets for so long after. I mean like you know. Let's just take a pause today. There is a supreme court case in which a lawyer corporations was arguing that you shouldn't be able to sue companies that have slaves american companies that have slaves oversees. The department of justice under trump was agreeing with this and the guy who is arguing. The case for the corporations of course was obama's exeter general. Sometimes it feels like it's just a club so the county had such strong southern feelings that it attempted to secede from the union at the start of the civil war and so a county. It's a strange area. Gets low like you would sort of. Be your loan island in the middle Right next to kentucky but whatever it's it's a single county oh don't go there that's not illinois anymore. A lot of residents from the county fought for the confederacy in eighteen. Sixty eight some members of the bolinger family. We're playing cards with a guy named henderson and Henderson did not like what was going on and he called one of the ball owners. A quote damn lying son of a bitch okay. This mother was right there. Like excuse me are supposed to do that. But i'm not here. Excuse me that's that's my best southern illinois really bad very close to your english accent at all your other abc that is pure southern illinois. Why not so. This led to a pretty severe beatdown for henderson added in the hendersons and the bull owners beginning a long feud okay survey says now. The law decided to stay out of it. They're like are you guys just handle this on your own as the law. We will sit this one out. Good luck so they would fight. They would fight all they would fight in the street. They would fight in saloons fighting barnes. How many of them. I mean i couldn't get a number but it sounds like quite a foot. Its large family. Okay right the another family. The sicily's sided with the hendersons and then the boulders attack cecily's house and shot him four times. Jeez then the crane family to fight with the sissies in the general store in carterville and so now the cranes were involved in the feud. So now there's now the because because the cranes fought the sicily's part of which faction the sicily's are with henderson's and go with the hanes with the ball owners. Okay so that's cool. Men are getting shot and killed. George sidney moved to carbondale after a while to get away from it all but then someone shotgun him through his living room window. Oh my god but he he'll he. He actually survived and he felt better. But then you not better than before. No i mean. I'm sure actually this chocolate. Sort of loosened up some of the cobwebs. I remember what my retainer is a. Then he got shot and killed. Oh okay for sure. So that's not a bad ending. I guess yeah. It's not a fun. Ride the feud finally ended in eighteen. Seventy six when marshall crane was arrested tried for murder and hung and then three other people are sent to jail. And the few just kind of petered out. This sheriff's was called the vendetta feud okay so this was again all over a card game. Yeah sort of well. That's how that's all feud start. You ain't got rummy. Oh i got rummy boy. You ain't got no this man's lion you dirty dog son of a bitch well and now we go through the part we just explored god. Damn it. I was hoping she wouldn't make it. Cole was found in the late. Eighteen hundreds in thank god williamson county in in the town of herron so my you're not gonna believe this but mine owners. There did not treat the miners. Very well It's the first that's counter to everything. This country stands author troy taylor. They worked in water up to their knees and in gasfield rooms and related minds where the air was filthy and filled with toxins. There is no compensation or accidents which occurred frequently and the average daily wage was less than two dollars. Well at least you're getting compensated for swimming in gas infested rooms with no airflow. Well you know you are kind of getting to take a bath. that's true. So that's how they would pitch it. What you guys ain't understand is. I'm giving you a trip to the spa. Your skin is getting to look unbelievable. What you come out all that coal water. Fantastic great for digestion. It's an ex- it's expert ryan says thank you trevor. It's exposed. i got this rub a little bit of that coli water. It's like holy water coal cold water. In december your crow's-feet crevices. That's your look. Twenty years younger. If if you make it out of there which again is not that likely. Go ahead yep yes questions my feet or so with that my skin off. That's because under your foot. Skin is a better foot. So that's just you foot. Shell crack in to give birth to the actual foot you. Are you familiar with the way that a caterpillar turns into a butterfly. That's a lot of what your foot is about to go through. So what you're going through the growing pains of nature so your photos crack lady foot hurts you. It's got sores on it. That's just god's way of saying hey get ready. There's a transition of power coming you foot spat to be brand new. Okay all right. That feels like scott. What makes yeah great. Okay great yes just fight through it. What you're getting down there is. I'm paying you two bucks a day to have trip to the spa. Don't be afraid to mix that water in your mouth and spit it out like your stone cook. Yeah that's great. yeah. Can i say what's fantastic by what's happening now is some of those. Tears are black and that shows me that you are working hard all right now. Don't don't cry the day away. pick siddiqui picking so. The miners unionized in one thousand. Nine hundred if you can imagine. The bast strikes. There was violence but they made progress. Wages went up. Standard of living increased. A strip mine was then opened by owner. William lester nearby. That's right when you're done with work. Come down to the strip man. That's where some of the female minors make a little extra cash. Dan at the strip mine strip mine is a place where you can go. We got a buffet. Come down to strip mine. That's right guys. Come down to the strip mined give it up. Give it up for coley coley guys. She's not up there. Health come on throws some nichols on that stage. That's right down here at the strip mine strip mine. It's just like a mind except the women are naked and the men are disgusting. I mean you say this but this would actually turn people around on strip mining if this yup if you just had naked women dancing while they strip mining that i wish i hadn't said it now because someone's be a better idea i we have to look it up on the internet but there has to be a strip club somewhere out in coal the coal territory world called strip mine does. They're not there has to be if it doesn't exist. It is a massive failure of the strip community. Yeah this is going to be a hard one. But let's see no. I don't think there is one at least they can't now. I'm learning a lot of stuff but no that's not one. How is it possible. I mean i don't know that's a play left on the field that would yeah eighteen forties. Boom he opens mine in september. Nineteen twenty one he. He's fifty union workers but in april all mine workers in the country went on strike. So this guy's debt he negotiates with the union to let them minors. Take the coal out of the mine but not shipping so like just getting ready for when the strike ends right okay. They pulled out by junaid. Pull that sixty thousand tons of coal but because of the strike and it's just sitting there right but because of the strike the price of coal shooting through the roof so this guy is now just like well. that's gold right so lesser fires. All the union is higher scabs and then start shipping out the call. Now the state government was like don't this is a bad idea. Don't don't do this. This is not dwell national guard. Colonel came and told lester this violence. We do this. This is going to antibiotics. Okay dave i had this feeling. It's gonna end violence. Well the craziest thing is that a rich guy doesn't care about that. He's just like money so yeah on. June twenty-first truck full of scabs and guards which shot at near a bridge over the big muddy river. Three of them were wounded and then in town the strikers rated stores for guns and ammo and they headed for the mind. Jesus christ. I mean this. Is this really is like. I mean if if the company fucked with you enough it used to be like we're going to go kill the company you know what i mean like whereas now we're like out it it's too big. It's just bullshit but then they were just like all right. Well let's go kill everyone involved. So they get their the scabs in the mind and the union now shooting at each other. Why would you do that. I would just be like wait. What they didn't tell us you guys are on strike. Wait bullshit you guys are strike. Day told i was like why is such a great job available. That is bananas that is worse than bananas. that is just that is credited. Kuku banana let me a hand. Let me get outta here real quick. Good lord uh god you guys must be furious. That makes sense. Yeah i get it now. But for a second i was like. What are these guys doing. You can't just kill a guard and take his job. 'boy hey who wants a nice pale ale. What did that at the spot right now. A round of those are my best friends and questions a mix up what has done little mix up so three of the union guys are killed the mind superintendent calls for the sheriff but no one could find the sheriff. Is that just your job. You the my superintendent. Like i need to call someone with authority. I've been put into place of fake authority. He begs for the national guard Be sad but they're not. Meanwhile in town hugh willis who was the local united mineworkers spokesman explained to supporters inherent. What was going on and basically he. His summation was that the scabs deserved. Whatever was about to happen okay since nuanced so all night. Long scabs are begging the supervisor to surrender and so he finally does so. They're just kind of there in the mind. Yeah i think so. And they're just kind of trapped down there while these guys are shooting at them and the supervisors like hold hold and they're like we do not want to die for this. They might have been in like some sort of housing situation. You know right but either way. They are sort of at the mercy of this superintendent which is a normal title for a mind work. So they're just at the whim of the superintendent. Who has the decision whether or not to cave. Yeah it's it's all very weird So okay so then you know. They come out they surrender. The scabs are now being marched toward herrin. Now all the union miners. Hate the mine superintendent. Because they've been working on for a while he had a big mouth. He was a total adler arrogant. When they were gone on strike he was saying the minds gonna stay open whether you guys go on strike or not so while. They're walking union guys. Keep hitting the superintendent and he's bleeding with whatever their fists. Okay okay oh just physically hitting okay. Yeah he also had a wooden leg and that made him walk slower in that. Just pissed off the miners. No that's i mean. That is tough because he's a brutal asshole but it's also i'd take it easy. He's got a bad leg so they shot him twice in the chest right david. That's that's now. Well good lord. I mean it just shows just take care workers just take care of work. What happens all all that happens now. You can go back to win. The guy started shipping out the coal. If the guy never sit out the bad people get mad at all the violence stuff and here. Yeah but go back to the rich guy doing the so. That's what we've been dealing with this whole year. Like how dare they do that. What did have you thought about the case so They keep marching the scabs further. And they're on a road. Scabs had a little pep in their step after the superintendent was shot in the chest twice. Hey why don't we take to a try you guys want to trot trot. Try for a while. let's do a little trodden. So the union spokesman will as pulls up in a car and he and he says. Hey look guys. Don't kill the scabs here. On the road but quote take them over to the woods and give it to them kill. All you can so the strikers then take the scabs the woods and start shooting them what that must have been a moment where you're like finally cooler heads guys guys guys. What are you doing okay. you do not. Don't kill these guys out on the trail. Go to the woods. It's right over there and just kill at mercy. Just go absolutely bananas. go crazy over there. So they started shooting them in the woods. They run but there's a bob wire fence they're all getting caught in the bob barr funds. Jesus christ the ones that make it past the fence. Don't they're not from around here so they're easy to track in one by one. They're getting killed. Six were caught six. I caught and taken to herrin cemetery and then a crowd gathered and watched as the scabs were killed after they were shot and beaten one minor. Slowdown every scabs throat. As they were laying there was christ. This is this. Should we send this clip to jeff. Bezos buddy listen. Just listen just listen. Because i mean it is. It's violent and the truth is that i'm sure like you know you take jobs because you are trying to take care of yourself and your family. So while yes. These are the scabs they have wrong. Ju like you're saying it's like also just remember the source. Light is the guy you know how this wouldn't happen is if the dude just pay. Yes if all if there was no owner if the workers on the mind right right you see. I'm like no you just pay the bills cut. Cut the asshole. Yeah the mind was set on fire. So altogether about twenty of the scabs were killed. They were dumped in a mass grave. No one has ever found out their names. The news spread quickly across the country and people demanded just as it would congressman attacked unions. Newspapers wrote of their shock at the violence. President harding called it quote. Butchery rot in madness. Now the corner did is. I would call it. I would call it butchery grounded. The coroner didn't investigation and he said the scabs were killed by unknown individuals and stated the deaths were due to the actions of these southern illinois coal company few months later a grand jury handed down indictments against six men for murdering one scap and the jury acquitted all of them. And also that. That's just one that six people for one guy and that was it. Okay so the adult. We're potentially not never mind so the national press and government officials. Everyone's outraged demanded a new trial. And they got one in one thousand nine hundred twenty three the same six men were put on trial and again the jury acquitted them all right. We're good here. Can we stop doing this. I only have one suit. So now the union man would ever faced any justice from the massacre. Now okay prohibition was happening and with it bootleggers in the county like the shelton brothers. Charles bilger active and with them came violence so people in the county thought. The police weren't enough so they turned to a very popular favorite at the time. That was making a comeback the ku klux klan. Shit jesus christ now most bootleggers were catholics. In foreigners saw this worked great for the clan. Well actually it works for us down a couple of wade out like bam just because of who they are but now we also need to be in charge of cape and then within the lines so for us. It's a win win. it's great. We know we might even need to bring extra robes so the krantz start showing up there. They go to local churches and they'd give money. They make speeches about law and order and being an american. The locals locals mostly. Protestants are super into it. They're like yeah. This sounds great. I don't see any downside to this idea is fantastic. The clan said they would put williamson's bootleggers and gamblers out a business and they promised to make the country quote more like home and less like hell catchy so the clan of locals formed a committee and is called the law and order league and they asked the governor to help but the governor wasn't interested so they went to they sent a group to dc and they met with the commissioner of prohibition and he said like there's not really anything we can do. But he he's the prohibition but he said there was an ex prohibition named s glenn young who. I'm not coming back. i am done. I told you i don't do this anymore. My wife and i are very happy right now. Okay but we're the clan going to sweeten the pot a little more than that honey. I told you in finding italians italians and catholics. My god i'd hug you but my dick just got so hard. I don't think it'd be right. So so they hire. They hire young young arrives in williamson county in november nineteen. Twenty-three he what is he going to do. He's going to take charge of the operate. His bright the leader is anti prohibition experience and law enforcement experience. he'll give them a ku klux. I get you. So he's in his thirty s he'd been raised on a ranch in was supposed to be a very very good with a gun. He also loved violence. This is this is shaping up to be a really good episode at twenty one. He had joined the texas rangers after that he was. I'm a pitcher. No it's not. Oh sorry oh sorry. Sorry after that he joined. He was us marshall and oklahoma for two years but his big moment was during world war one. He got a job as an agent with the bureau of investigation and the justice department where he went after and tracked down draft dodgers and deserters so hundreds of them mostly in southern states so he was known to track them down alone. He didn't work when the buddy and then he would have gunfights with these people in october. Nineteen eighteen. He had a gun fight with five deserters he killed one during a raid in madison county. He killed a guy who is in the house next door of the house. They were raiding. The guy'd come out and try to shoot young. I and corners report cleared him. But then madison county prosecute him and he was found not guilty but the justice department during all this looked into him and all he was doing and then they they fired him because they said he'd acted immorally improperly. Okay okay what was the trial like back. Then they just had to be so much here like there's just like so little like actual evidence so you just be like look at. He doesn't it. Hey if you look at look at bows how can we got dirt under his fingernails trigger. Dirt got dirt from pulling the trigger and then the dirt under his finger that this man hundred percent healthy. Yeah right fair fact. Hey great shit away your myself. What are you doing okay. I don't think you're supposed you're you are my wife's few shadow realty. Okay great but you know what i mean like. There was nothing. You were like exhibit. I my opinion exhibit bay. Some thoughts have had so all young is exactly what the klan wanted heading on order league so right lunatic he with expedia. He starts at the beginning of november and by the end of the month young and his crew had bought boos from a hundred county establishments. So you're just setting it all up right shares i. It would be great if he was at the people. Who do you think he's gonna follow through. I feel he's just buying boots. Okay so his first raid was on december. Twenty third nineteen twenty-three a huge event. All all the arrests were taken to benton and then thousands of people came down to have a look at the prisoners. There were so many prisoners. They losers i know. Well there's no. tv's so you just like. Hey i know jerry. There's gonna go look at a bunch of guys it is crazy. I mean i even think that now the time we're living in like tv's not enough for me anymore. Like what more what more if back. Then you would have just been like hurry up. The worms are almost going in their homes. You're not going to be able to live the rest of your life without having seen a bunch of not crawlers. Go back into their holes so they were actually so many prisoners. They couldn't they couldn't make bail that they had to ship some of them to the jail inherent second rate happened on january fifth. Now the jails invented herald were full and they had to send them to other towns after jesus third raid there are two hundred fifty six prisoners so young. It's a lot of bootlegs. It's like everybody yeah. I mean literally young recruited clansman and formed a private army. He's soon had an army of five. Hundred men young started wearing a military uniform with two forty fives strapped to his legs and he carried a submachine gun. Jesus christ they had submachine gun okay. So he's got bay so he's got ninety between his legs and then a machine. They started raiding. Private homes mostly That were owned by catholics. Italians sure now. The people being arrested. They're like blackwater but then like the whitewater whitewater so the people being arrested started complain that there was evidence being planted that they were being robbed and they were being beaten in the clansman. Just really they said well. They're foreigners failure honor. We did take everything he had and beat him mercilessly. But the man is irish case. Dismiss thank you good lower but many a lot of the locals are are believing stories. Brutality claims were mostly directed at young and soon. He was arrested for salt during his trial k. Well armed klansmen walked around the courtroom carrying machine guns. I don't need to hear anymore. I not guilty honestly for me. It's just the vibe thing. I just kinda go off of the vibe of fella and i look at him and i say yeah no way. Call me crazy for not even needing to hear anything more water who. The jury deliberated for minutes and he was not guilty. We decided sorry. It took us so long by the way that it was route of us to be honest. I don't even know it took us. It took two and a half minutes. What the hell a lot of. it was. Just the pleasantries So sorry so now. Local gangsters and bootleggers obviously. Not happy with everything. That's transpiring the biggest ones. And who wants rivals. Charlie birger or thomas and the shelter brothers teamed up to fight young and the clan. Now young rated the shelton. Brothers roadhouse and a few days later on february eighth nineteen twenty four a clansmen and cop named caesar cable was inherent and he was walking the street and a man walked walk towards him like he's walking past him and right in front of the jefferson hotel he pulled out a pistol and shot cato point blank at the exact same time another man came up from behind and shot cable and then the government ran for it. Wait to people check from behind in one from the site. Jesus christ is just k- how to be safe by the way that was a very quick intro. Altro for the shooting doesn't go well over well with the klan. They descend on heron soon. There were hundreds of klansmen patrolling the streets and stopping today parachute in in their robes like paratroopers. That's just sort of what actually if they just open the robot it's just a parachute. Clay andy are they all. Just run off a cliff fulfill it. Sounds like they're being shot so so so this. There's they're stopping cars. They're just checking everybody right. Meanwhile the shelton brothers. i love the. I love the idea that you've just given up your town to the clan. Goss as my data fixation i mean. Remember this is. I think like ninety. Five percent of indiana has voted for the klan. Like it this is just. The klan is like the rage the clan democ. This is the clandestine so The shelter and two of their gang around this time drive out of herron and had to florida interesting to of course. Tacori course yeah. They're just like we just started the car and started driving us there. We didn't even need to move the wheel. The car it sticks surely took us to florida now. An anti klan meeting was held inherent at the rome club. The meeting was put on by the flaming circle which was a militant anti klan group. Okay may i right. Can we bring back the flaming circle. Great name yeah for sure. Flaming the ku klux klan. You like we're the flaming circle is a way. No we had grants. We have a grand wizard really. We have a butcher man but we might get a butcher man. We have a cyclops. God so the sheriff came to the meeting with the deputy and he told them the best thing they could do. Right now was to quote lay low and be peaceable now after bed at the meeting someone ran in and said clansmen were coming so the sheriff and a deputy went out and met them at the top of the stairs. It was the police chief and one of his cops and then a huge crowd behind them. So the show that. But what side. That's the clan. Slide yet. So we have the sheriff okay. So you have the sheriff with the flint and the deputy share and then a bunch of row sheriff with the flaming circle cop. Okay clansman the cops are our clients. Okay right gotcha. It's very confusing. So the sheriff. Grab the chief and the deputy grab the other cop and the chief shot is gone. The deputy was shot and he yelled out quote. They have got me george. The crowd of clansman scattered except one other cop and then the sheriff pulled out his gun and held other three and they and they were. They stopped so he's got them at gun point right. And then the flaming flaming circle members. Come out of the meeting and demand that the sheriff turnover the cops and the three that he's got and they said they were going to hang them. That's why they wanted them. That's a great. you should lie. What are you gonna do with them. If i give them to you. Get to talk to them about ethics. Okay you may then you hang them right at this moment. A car drives by the sheriff stops it. And he tells the driver to drive himself in the prisoners to marian. Can you imagine big driver here. These three clansman go to marian. Excuse me i do not what we talk about. Hi guys all right which hey all right but that was just he was just saying that out loud so that people here he actually had the driver take them to jackson county and very had them locked up so okay now the klansmen go to the hospital. Because that's what the deputy had been shot have been taken and they wanted to hang him and also get the others who were with him in the hospital. Do they wear the robes the whole time they broke up at all. I think they're just okay. Yeah 'cause they're like because if you're like ninety five percent charge you need to wear your road up so where they go to the hospital. The demand the hospital hand them over but the administrator refused to let them in so the clan bricks in the windows and then started shooting the hospital. But but but also like if you've ever tried to like a line like what someone's apartment is from the outside after you've been in it. It's impossible so they're probably throwing bricks and shooting at the so many different areas of the hassle. Yeah every window every literally just. That's cool just shooting the hospital right. Kill the hospital. Buildings die after a longtime the national guard recalled and they came and they broke up the clan mob at the hospital by then. The hospital was covered in broken glass. There were bullet marks all over any wall that faced outside but somehow not one person inside have been hurt. Hurt more double hurt. One guy's leg was better the brick my leg but it actually honestly is a little loose. Gosh you should have those guys throw bricks at some of us So all the anti clansman guys stayed in the hospital guarded by the national guard. So the national guard now circle the hospital and those guys are like we're not even the hospital martial law is declared terribly. You'd be like wait. What did they do. We'll figure it out. It's just gonna work itself out now. The next morning. Over in jackson county. Where the sheriff brought the three prisoners. Three guys. three cops the police. The police chief in carbondale got a call from hereon and was told to rest arrest. The sheriff so i guess the shafiq gonda carbondale after dropping them off so he went to roberts hotel where the sheriff saw him and jumped out of a car and tried to run away. I don't know why. I don't know why he was in a car and why he thought to be better to run. But that's that's what he did. Yeah i like it. I mean it's also the idea of someone saying arrest the sheriff. You're like i don't know why but that's exciting. I think the sheriff was maybe trying to get back into his hotel room. Whatever so the la times quote the chief had a shotgun. He followed sheriff gallaghen into the lobby. Sheriff i want you the chief said throw up your hands and back against the wall and the sheriff gave up and did so. The sheriff has been arrested. It's just a feeling a it. Turns out a warrant had been filed for the sheriff for murdering caesar cable so young. A sheriff killed caesar cable. Right right police. Chief in carbondale said he found cables gun in the sheriff's pocket. Okay wow so. He was held there until clansman slash cops from heron came quote. There must have been forty or fifty of them. They had a state warrant charging him with the assassination of cable. Now young also accused the sheriff of kidnapping the three cops. He arrested and quote importing thugs. Okay so he's got a few things not against him. so eight. Other guys are charged for the cable killing including the spokesman for the miners. Union hugh willis. Who had who had pulled up on the road and said kill them. Okay the mayor. Of herron and bootlegger or thomas so they just kind of basically. They're using a murder to. He's using a murder to get rid of all of his enemies. Yeah it's like the ice bowl it's like everybody was there he's like. Let's just ripe everybody out with a also killed him bunch of the geico after he died and killed them again as is opened up and then he shot him. Even though it's clearly shelton's obviously the sheltered so right young was then made the chief of police and the mayor pro. Tem wow quite a. that's all right. Hell yea his newly deputized. Special police roamed the streets The hospital was still surrounded by soldiers. So young has basically made himself dictator of county. King of the king. Of the county warrants. Were filed for suspects. Like i said this included the mayor so he then appoints himself the sheriff. Wow as a matter of time. I mean so time goes by days go by months go by there's ambushes shootouts in the streets ahead and it's just like a a level of violence just you know every day right. The state government state federal. Not not thrilled with. What's what youngest doing which is basically overthrowing the civil authorities of williamson county so the state starts to an investigation. But still he's running the show for a while there. There were boos related trials. The clan sweeps the november elections so the kkk is incomplete troll control of williamson county and then the government drops their investigation on young and he is indicted on fifty five charges. Other klansmen are also indicted. So obviously he's losing control and then one by one. The shelton brothers return. There's three shelter brothers. Okay jacksonville now. Young decide we miss anything changed. Did that guy we have. You guys been updated anything that man. That was great. Got away with it too. But four hundred people got arrested for killing him. What the clan. What so young decides to get a town and moved to e saint louis now on may twenty but he's still going back and forth. He's he's still doing like clan events and stuff should may twenty third. He and his wife were driving from hereon. Saint louis when dodge pulled up a sign them on the road they were forming in the car and they all started shooting with shotguns and revolvers young was shot in the leg. His wife took a blast of buckshot to her face young. It'd be okay but his wife was permanently blinded now. the dick. Cheney is the dick cheney The clan vows revenge so they start all the county start looking for the dodge now the next day the next day a dog. I mean how many there had to be a number of dodd. It's not cars when the lapd was looking for dorner and there were just shooting. Everyone with a toyota. Yeah and if you have that car you're like don't go outside. So then i notice you're driving a roj truck. Yup that's right brand new that letters that two legs on the arlo off. Well it's raj for you roj trucks. That's what they that's what they were known for. I've never actually even heard of dodge personally. I always wanted to myself raj so i actually have a podge great. And that's what we do a lot of the he's got ta got araj. So good luck. Finding that fayyaz dodge dodge. Good luck finding. That never heard of that. Through who besser. Yeah please excuse me just gonna get in the front of my raj and him as podge so skews us. Thank you great to be you guys. Good luck fighter. That son of a bitch if you get him boy. Oh boy wouldn't wanna dribble driving a dodge today. All right high card by guys discuss. Who's dodge what about my dodged. Oh fuck fuck so the next day. A dodge is driving st louis to herron and as it crosses the williamson county border. They come across a group of armed klansmen blocking the road. That's for sure he checks out. Whatever it's got a dodge kill him to bootleggers are driving the dodge and one hits the gas and they drive past the clansman who opened fire but they don't get far because up ahead. Another car blocks their path divers stops and puts his hands and is immediately shot and killed the other bootleg iran but was shot in the leg and captured a corners. Jury ruled so now he's just a bootleg that's minorities thank you a corner it's nice. A corners jury ruled the bootlegger had been killed by quote unknown persons. The second time plural. Second time in just like the scraps. Yeah it's weird. The other guy in the car was arrested for attempted murder. And then earl. And carl shelton were arrested in saint louis so at the preliminary hearing young shows up. Because he's going to testify. And he has thirty carloads of armed klansmen with them. Why does at some point does that make you look less tough like you like. I need all of them to protect me. He then identifies the shooters in the courtroom. But still the shelton's and the other Bootlegger war. They were released on bail. Okay so young than goes on a tour for sure. This is by the way the level of like i don't know what they would have done in a pandemic because they toured so much back then for anything. We're taking my boot on a tower being. Just hey i can make money. Yeah atar okay. So where does he. He's going this bodyguards within the whole trip but basically through illinois wisconsin and minnesota showing off his nice little riddled car to people for ten cents. A look tense. Look now now. That's a stair brother move on cost you another dime you keep your eyes locked on that thing to look. Not a stair dickhead. i guarantee you. He shot up more before he took it on tour right sure. Yeah yeah for sure. Just thinking that if we're going to take it on tour passionate have a few more bullet holes in it. Maybe couple of stabbed marta when it was like a eyeball just sitting on the seat. That's where she lost off. Sorry i didn't know that was still out. I'll take that out before the next tour. It's just so authentic you see so while young was gone. the shelton's were arrested and charged with killing cable. There was not enough evidence to hold them in their released thirty minutes after they're released the sheriff who now is back in charge. Because young's gone right. He tells the deputy to go to the garage where the car of the debt assassin was being held. Okay and have. It turned over to his brother right sure. Just how policing works the garage. Where the car is being kept is unknown clan. Hang out well. This is quite a little little extraction than right so so so it starts off as an easy mission. They wait what so. Don't mind me so the deputies lie. Need i need help. So he asked the shelton brothers to go with it. There are no clear li- like not. There's just no line between what is who is the authority and who isn't like it seems like if you were in a police department you could just be like Deputized my friend chet. Now he's in charge you know it's like but he didn't go through any of the training but it's like it doesn't matter yeah. It's so so the like organ need more guys so they round up about twelve guys starting to it's going to look a little more suspicious when you bring the shelton's and twelve additional so they're walking down the middle of road towards the garage and as they get close a shot shot comes from a grape arbor. Which is off to their right. It hits one of the men in the head and kills him instantly then. Everyone starts shooting taking cover. The shots are coming out of the garage. Everyone's shooting oral shelton runs around behind the grape arbor with another guy and they Shoot that guy in the hit gun battle goes on they shoot who the guy. The guy with shelter go shot. Okay gotcha so it goes on for a while this gun battle. Until the sheriff's bring out a machine gun they stashed in the palace hotel and started shooting. What okay. So is the room under the guns name or Do you have a machine gun room. Yes we do. Yes available we have. Would you like a king or queen king. Excuse me and then. I'll just need to get a credit card from the gun just incidentals. And that's just put a fifty dollar hold on that. Just you know so that might show up on the guns account but then be we will charge that. That's just the hold is there. Okay morning ammo. There's morning ammo between six to ten thirty. And then after that. If you want ammo by day you can just come down to the front desk and we can bring you some up to your room okay. Okay unbelievable you're very welcome. Enjoy your stay gun. Hello gun hotel. Yes we do have a room. Actually altogether six people were killed. Three klansmen two of the sheldon gang and then a bystander. National guard is once again sent to williamson. Might be time to hang out so things. Calm down for a while at the same time young. I couldn't forgot what this was. But he is getting in trouble with the clan and on september thirteen. Th young as fish officially kicked out of the client should. That's what should be like. I'm proud of. I did something good. I'm finally taking steps in the right direction. Unless he was too racist for the clan. And like buddy all right pal. They agreed the whites the superior race but of these thoughts are a little fringe. Clean it up so that would be amazing. The clan unfortunately just the language. Just terrible so around around this time. The sheriff made or a thomas his special deputies. Now this ex bootlegger is now a special deputy. Okay sure it's very or a thomas and young had a lot of robbins and they really really hated each other. Okay so young comes back to herron and people get scared. And they stopped going outside. Because they shit's gonna hit the fan so yeah well it sounds like he's back you're like it's not good. You know what i mean. I'm not to see him so. Local businessmen are losing business and they offer young one thousand dollars to leave that deal fifteen k today like i would be like alright ray john and then i come back every couple months. Yeah yeah it's like you're the walking mob. Yeah here the humid. What do you do. I leave professionally. What do you mean. i'm a fucker offer. So around this time. Thomas arrest young for carrying a concealed weapon but it turns out young had a deputy sheriff badge from vermilion county so he is not charged but now. So that's just the animosity between these two guys is really it up. Yeah j. tenth. Nineteen twenty five. Thomas was in the european european hotel lobby. Young came in with forecasts. Young and thomas immediately pulled their revolvers when they saw each other. Could you imagine just like checking. It's it's just so lawless and so many what if you're just like but the fuck is sorry sir. They're going to have a gun battle. We should check you in after like remember like you're on the road. A room isn't ready for another hour and a half and we're like You may have got guns out at each other. Like excuse me. You might want to duck under here for a second. Sarah finish the chicken versus not very european. Also i believe gentlemen what the gun hotel. It's down the road. They've got plenty of rooms available. So thomas shoots first. He hits young twice. He also shoots two guards. Thomas was shot in the head. Young died right away in the lobby. Thomas was taken. He's taken to a hospital. The other two guards died now that night so the guy who got shot in the head is like we think he might serve. I don't know how he how he surviving. But yeah he's the one who makes the guy who got shot in the head is what is i. Okay nash surpri go hospital pretty soon. Maybe for my head part now the doctor at the hospital who is treating thomas. Thomas clan hates because he has treated so many anti klansmen. It's my job. Took the hippocratic oath. The oath so the clan go to the hospital that night and the doctor sees him coming and he just fucking runs. He runs down the hall up on the roof and escapes over the roof. What just seeing your doctor. That's my doc. Oh dr jason bourne dr bat so the clansman then go into thomas's room and they just just keep punching thomas spitting in his eyes but they don't and he's already been shot in the head but they don't kill him they leave why 'cause he's a robot clearly dying now like he's been shot in the head okay beating the shit out of him there punching the head wound so that night. He asked if he had killed young and he was told that he had and then he said quote well. I'm willing to die in and he died soon after six mile on his face. Can i see my doctor. He's unfortunately on a flat. He won't be back for a while. So this is when Waves account county got the nickname and it was using papers. All over. The country bloody williamson. Wow because now. Young is out. The shelton's and charlie birger who are the two biggest bootleggers who had teamed up. Because they were going after young right now their friendship ended. Okay shelton's running booze out of florida and birger. Let them use harrisburg which was his area as a shipping stop birger also opened a joint called the shady rest between marion in harrisburg and it had liquor gambling cockfights and dogfights catfights. But no cock no cock dogfights. That's unethical no no no my whole whole loan now now that i'm restricted. Been hold on training amount rooster two dogs for about a year and a half well. My dog here hates roosters and sounds like some dollar sign dollar sign eyeball the cops leave it alone. I assume it's paid off or whatever they're just not going near sure. It's also been built to handle a siege there. The walls are afoot thick. There's a giant like basement to hide out in well plus also like the front line of copy you know like oh god their pistols. Ooh i do. I know i'm sorry all right so here. We go all right. I know they're not turkeys. Gods are useless against them. They think the bullets are cdu. Tested have been fully digested. That thinks sucked it. Up like schwarzenegger in a bowl of pasta came a balding and it puts an end wearing a suit. I'd surf you say. So we'll take our orders from your no matter what they sound like. What turkeys in charge boys right guys looked. Sheriff adds a little different so the he also has rifles and submachine guns tons of ammo canned food water setup so right on november nineteen twenty. Six and associate of burger was shot and killed The mayor and police chief were called and they came and as they got out of the car they were shot they both lived but they were both enemies of the okay so days later a car driving by the shady rest threw a bomb it missed the shady rest a couple of days later the mayor of west city. A buddy of the shelton's had his home shot up. The mayor was also a mechanic. Who was working on the shelton's armored car. That's right sure it rebuilding armored cars for their war with each other. Great okay good and the mayor is like. I'll do the mechanic work. Sure i'll get into their. I love to get onto their okay so we are prepping a few hours after that a plane flew over the shady. Rest in tostao says christ up bundles of dynamite wrapped around bottles of nitroglycerin. Oh my god they have planes they really are like they have like bruce wayne. Bunny the bombs were not built well and they didn't go off but this is supposedly the only time bombs have been dropped during aerial warfare in. Us history. wow that's crazy and they didn't even go off and by the way give us five years a week. The mayor of west cities door it was blown off by a bomb. on december twelve. Two men came to the door and said they had a note from carl shelton for the mayor. He came and the handed the mayor the note and he opened it and then they shot him and killed him. Why i don't why let him open it. Why not just we have a note and then shoot him can be like. Let me get my reading glasses for a second. Okay sure it said something right it added. You're so dear sir. You're about to be shot. That's interesting the to run in front of you. Got new a ruse where. They're making a believe that the letter you're reading is from your friends when reality they're just here to shoot you. The second you look up from stopping to read this your life will be over about to take your last breath sincerely the two men in front of you now. What's this all. Oh it could've just said this is a message from the turkey. What does it say blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah. What the hell is this. So obviously he's dead. We add some funding his last moments on january eighth nineteen twenty seven. This shady rest was destroyed by a bomb. People were killed one of them a member of a gang so birger then contacted the us postal inspector about a robbery. That happened two years before i basically he was giving up the shelton's because the postal inspector was convinced and the shelter arrested and convicted and they got twenty five years each. That's what it took. That's like that you literally call the post office. And then it's like now we'll get one a purchase gang turned on him said he so the the guy who was killed in the shady rest who was part of purchase gang His brother became convinced that birger had blown up the shady rest on. Oh so he killed active files right so then he comes and he says that he's the one who shot the mayor and the birger had paid him so he burgers tried and found guilty in july nineteen ninety-seven and sentenced to death on april nineteen nineteen twenty eight. He was hung. He was the second to last person hung in illinois. But that was easy right instead of just coming up with a plan to kill him. Just been yeah. You got me to kill. That guy did what the shelton's managed to get new trials and get out but they were. They were done in the town. They moved to peoria or they started their rackets. They lived there for a while. Carl was killed in nineteen forty seven when he left the business and retired on a farm in wayne county. Someone came and shot him. That sounds like the mob term for killing someone on a farm. Yeah he's retired to fund. Don't worry about it so he retired from ago. Earl was almost killed in fairfield. But he survived bernie was killed in nineteen forty eight. He was shot by an assassin. They had a fourth brother who had nothing to do with any of the crime stuff but they had zeppelin but he was working on earls farm in one thousand nine hundred fifty and driving a tractor must have thought he was earl because they shot him while he was driving a tractor and kill them. Had to be earl. Here's a shelter needs out tractor hundred percent so that is the story of bloody williams. Jesus christ kid it's countries that is really fucking. It's i mean it's just never ends is just so can you. I mean. I can't imagine living just being a regular citizen. They're just like we should move. Yeah it just keeps having a grocery store. You're like i just. Yeah i saw sell stuff. Yeah like instead. You're in the jackie chan. Bronx like every everything i mean. I don't know it's a well what's also so troubling that. I think when we first started doing this show like i was like you know. Yeah like we're on a collision course without question. And i don't know what form but these stories now are feeling so much more applicable to today than they did when we started this. Is i could envision a version of this. You can envision versions of this martial law. You know we've had plan run ads versions of martial law curfews in cities because there's there's protestors getting beaten by cops and like it's you know it's all well that's what i mean it's like it. It seems like an obviously like law enforcement has been Detrimental in many ways but it feels more and more like we're getting closer to that time then away from it. Yeah it's it goes in cycles. Yeah i just think we need to restart the flaming circle. i agree. I agree one hundred percent and after going through that. I believe instead of training cox to fight one another. We do need a frontline of cock. Absolutely just that'll be. That is how you fuck with the wiring of your assassin. We tried for this like you haven't been to shoot chickens at that lead only made help it would at least give us a million Okay great did it. Good good kid. I mean the real lesson from history. I mean a after we need to treat each other as complete equals based on nothing more than the character of the individual what you should be judged by his. don't get rid of liquor trite. Don't ever try to take away the moves evil. Just people like it. It's too much we can't the people like it and then it opens up the people who hate it. Just leave the booze alone k. We ask right. That was your dad's policy too. Answer all right. david. Yep gobble gobble gobble. We sign chickens. The main source for this episode was troy taylor's true crime illinois the state's most notorious criminal cases And then a bunch of papers yell at times during choir etc Check it out on our sources page.

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Local Hour: Super Bowl Predictions

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Local Hour: Super Bowl Predictions

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I thought I had good seats at a game that was stuck in the four hundred that was three days ago. They were super high up. I felt like I was somebody Everest look next time just go to vivid seats, tickets are one hundred percent authentic, and you can even see where your seat is before you buy it can't believe I'm going to say, this your genius. Well, you welcome. I kind of am we're on the air in ten minutes. Maybe we should get that Kleenex out of your nose. All right. Chris Cody, you promised me. Today's local hour would be a legendary one. You told me today's local hour would be really good. All right. So what she got on deck for this local hour because I am following your league. Oh my God. We got Super Bowl Friday. We're gonna make predictions. We're going to have people come on. Yeah. They're going to be people. Like, we're going to have people come on during the local hour. I was just gonna go downstairs and get people to come just like what who do who's winning? Let's see if we could break records for most predictions made in and our okay. All right. Well, we start by bringing in our friend. Well, actually, well, you haven't said anything say loaded. The people got. Who do you got winning? Rams. You got. All right. So put that down Marquette down Marquette. Then we got the Rams we've got one for the Rams, right? The Bill is out there at radio row. Billy gill. You're in Atlanta. And that's where the big game is. So Billy Gill who do you have in the game cares. Patriots. Patriots. Ooh. One one guy behind you who he's got that guy that guy who the guy on the flannel up walking away. Okay. All right. Remember, this is radio curl. I got this Charlie. Who do you? Go back. True. You got when you don't ask. Well, we'll save it. Will you got? I got the ramp. Oh crafts for changed. Happy with this is a big conflict for Charlie. Because he remember when he was down there. He pretended to be this giant Rams fan. Yeah. And he and everyone was devastated when the Ran's relieving Saint Louis and Charlie was happy that they were going to LA because he was pretending like he was a ranch fan since they were in L A, even though that was like before he was born. Yeah. Had a gym ever jersey. Charlie bowl. I wouldn't either way that one way exactly because he's friends with the craft. So Charlie to the game. I don't think I got offered to give God, I'm tired. It's been a long week. Shut up. Charlie was also a Marlins fan when he was down here to write. And then a national Ernest later, I'm not a nets fan. I'm a fish lifer. All right back to you. Chris back to your game. Sorry. What's that? See how you're wearing. I don't know one on the radio can see again, Chris. We're all man. Yeah. Radio describe it. Are he's wearing a purple hat, and it has a is that a Carter's Ville hat. This is a cardinal baseball hat. Yeah. There was Billy Gill. Dang, good news, guys. A couple of these hats are headed your way. Also. All right. All right. So I've got a mug. Yeah. We have to we have to tell the audience. I saw on social media that you drove out to Carter's Ville honored by the mayor of Carter's Ville, it was your own day. You were given a key to the city and proclamation. Now, I didn't get a key just got a proclamation in this hat. Oh and a football jersey. And they told me that it was a football jersey from one of the important players when they won the state championship. How about that? And that's incredible. So what it wasn't Trevor Lawrence jersey? Is there a lot of fanfare out there where there are a lot of fans there like like security that hold people back air were zero people there. There was me Charlie the mayor. There was a photographer from the local newspaper. There was there was two other people. On one of them used to work a QA 'em. He told me that he used to work for the big show years ago. AM? All right. Well, who did the mayor of Carter's Ville fancy in the game? I didn't ask him. I should have you should've calling. If you want to get him on the local hour, please. Yes, right segment. I'm gonna I'm gonna send Chris's contact and we can talk next segment. Chris Cody who do you have in the game? Are you saying that I'm saving? I'm I'm building up so far if you're keeping track at home we have to for the Rams one for the pets also small sample, but the rain should win this game. So we call our wives prediction. Ooh. I would love to know who need fancies in this game. Roy ROY you wanna call in the next break. Sure. It's been produce simultaneously, especially doing it in the room where you call people actually like I could fill. I can just yell at Adam silver. Go ahead. Yeah. Go ahead. Do you want me to yell at Adam silver? Silver do. Well. Well, no, we're just trying to we're preemptively yelling at Adam silver because Victor Oladipo made the all star team. Right. But he can't play because he's out for the year. So injury replacements are going up to the Commissioner. All right. He'll pick twain, wait. You don't think he will? He's got to pick the way. Will he's got to pick twain Wade, right? Yeah. The so I guess he's not a reserve either. No, apparently, his stats weren't good enough to become an also on merit who cares about merit. It's the all star game right one. They'll defense not a real game. But if it's a make thank you same been Gundy's nuggets really really change in the game right here. So you are on board with us at Wayne we'd needs to be the replacement Victor Oladipo. Yes me. Yeah. Why not well because you're generally like not with this whole heap culture thing. No, I'm fine. He can even be an all star. Why not did you see what happened yesterday with culture when's the draft by the way, which won the NBA or the the all star game seven. Oh, the all star game. That's gonna be telling us here. Yeah. I'm excited. Well, that's that's why we need to make this replacement soon celebration. Could you imagine? If if Blaine weeds other LeBron waste the pick and pick some number one that would be the dumbest using its history. Lebron's actually a jerk for not having at this point like made a big to do about getting weight in there because you know, if Wade if he would've said, wait should be in Wade, would he would've? Gonna start. Did you see what happened yesterday with you know, whale hunting season? Oh, yeah. I saw Angela the people know that for those who did it. Okay. So I was I don't believe you. So I was getting a haircut. And I was checking my notifications actually getting all of them cut. Super Bowl Friday, baby. Let's go. The last two dollars heavyweights. They did where they went from side to side on this like a workout. Red bull. What happened and he calls? All right. So I was getting all my hair's cut, and I got a notification that was Chris out. Spores Zing is is in happy in New York. And then I got another notification this is all during the same haircut, by the way. Another notification he met with the the and they're under the impression that he wants to get traded. Then there was another notification a list of teams, including the Miami Heat are interested in trading for Kristaps Porzingis. So you know, what I'm doing right Bill. I'm like, oh, God we're getting the unicorn we can make this happen. We can do it matters weren't even on that list on this list. That's bogus. Right. Like, there's no way. He said I want to be treated and he was treated like two hours later. There's no way that played out like that. It's the timing was weird because I was getting a haircut this entire time. And then I was starting to go through the trade machine. Trying to see like, okay. Maybe Josh Richardson for Chris sports thing is Chris Hotspurs. This is a restricted free agents coming off SEAL. This is actually maybe a value play. You can gonna max for value, and I was getting all sorts of excited and before I can put in like, my third a trade that had Tyler Johnson going to the Knicks. He got traded to to Dallas. So all of the heat hopes and desires came crashing down. In a matter of minutes in a matter of minutes. Chris, Cody, I'm sick and tired. Actually, you know, what I'm not sick and tired. This was actually refreshing experience to be in on a whale. And to be out so quickly. A whale. Many. Like, what's a small way? I know we've done this dolphin dolph dolphin. I mean, he might be well someday. But I don't feel like miss out. I think we're okay. I think he was a whale. And now look man, you look at Chris hops porzingas. Have you looked at them? All okay, humans aren't supposed to be built like that. Right. No skinny he's just lanky. And I don't think the human body is supposed to look like that right now. Maybe in a couple of years when we were more evolved. But playing basketball, it looks like it hurts someone that size with that sort of bone structure, right? He looks like another massive injury waiting to happen there. I said it there. I said it it just hurt his knee during this conversation. Yeah. So I think this was actually a brilliant trade for the New York Knicks now, it will obviously be brilliant. If it all works out and against ion Williamson, and they can partner of Zion Williamson with Kevin Durant. Maybe Kyrie Irving and Dennis Smith junior. If he figures it out, he can be a nice piece. I'm a big fan of Dennis miss junior. De'andre jordan. It's not a completely a movable contract as you. Just saw from the Dallas Mavericks, and you understand what the Mavericks motivation is in acquiring Kristaps Porzingis that's replacement for Dirk Nowitzki. Right Luca, Chris apps. I'd like that move more Cuban solid move for both teams. But I really like it for the Knicks. The only thing is working against Knicks is their entire history ever, right? Yeah. Mark Stein says that the Knicks have something up their sleeve, and that's why they did this also do get rid of they wouldn't get rid of porzingas that easily if they didn't like have some idea that someone was gonna sign there. Yeah. I think they know something I think they know something Billy. We welcome. You back in there of radio audience had no idea that you dropped off. Just off my microphone, you don't get out here. Don't do don't ever do that. Because the disconnected and only talk. All right. Let's do that Allison's here. If you want to find out who she wants to win the Super Bowl high. Allahu allison. Okay. So so far we have two picks for the Rams and one pick for the pats. I'm trying to get this Representative sample the figure out who's winning? Allison. Can you put your headphones back on? Allison. Allison, are you there? Can you hear me? Like in the Super Bowl. I can't say I have interests terrible. It's just like one of those things where you can make a pit because you're covering the game. Heard here. Okay. I know that you don't care about the game. But who do you think wins it? I don't what's the line. The patriots favored by three picks. We're just doing picks here. You don't need to do. You think wins this game straight up? I will say New England guys that is for the Rams to patriots. Lorenzo just texted me what his pick is dog. Great. We want him on air. I send you the mayor's numbers. You get bubbles of opinion on this game for the Super Bowl, your fiance. Uh-huh. Billy was she proud of you. Did you send that the photos of your day and Carter's Ville to your family where were they they proud to have a Billy Gill day. I'm still waiting to get those pictures from Charlie. I haven't gotten the pictures yet. So I had to look straight up steal them from the show's Instagram and put them all myself, which I feel is more days we did a hat exchange. Dwayne Wade does a jersey exchange had exchange with the mayor where he gave him a year. We'll mafia hat. How far away is Carter's Ville from Atlanta it was heading over. There was a little bit over an hour and headed back. It was a lot longer because of the traffic, but it's not it's taking shape. It was delicious. How far away is at like super gentrified stadium that the Braves play in from Atlanta. Oh, man. That's you're talking about SunTrust. Yeah. My home my third home. 'cause my second homes is third. Let the record show that Billy guilt. Beat the crap out of the freeze in the race race tracks freedom. Sorry, Ray checks to freeze its a twenty twenty five minutes away. Right. From from Atlanta. Billy would you order steak and shake Frisco. Mallaig? Always you need to get a I go to stick and shit Frisco. What did you guys have for dinner last night? Did you guys party? Have you guys gone to a party yet? I I had an uncrossable last night. And last night, we we were we were supposed to have a couple of stops last night. We were supposed to pass by CA party. And then we were going to go to a bar that had Ken shamrock fighting someone in a no ring wrestling match, and the promoter has been trying to get us to go get Charlie to go for a couple of days now, and as a selling point he said, you guys need to be here for the first match because one of the fighters asked me if he's allowed to bring a door a garbage can and a garden weasel, which I thought was an actual animal. I looked up. It's like a gardening tool. And they apparently were using these weapons to fight each other. What is it Gordon weasel? It's it's it's so it's a on a pole. And then it's a bunch of like it's somewhat like a hoe. And a rake it somewhere between a hoe. And a rake. I'd say you stick it into the ground. And you twist the soil to make it like more plentiful is I think that's how you use it. I also thought it was a was a real animal Google it. I was looking forward to go into that. But we'd never ended up leaving the first party Charlie was having too much fun there. So so what party was that? It was the we were just hanging out with some creative artists. You know? We're creative artists. Now guys you went to the party. Yeah. So you were hobnobbing. I mean, that's the biggest agency in in trying to sign you where you guys where you guys on the open market. Let me here's the thing. Kristie you'll learn when you're creative artists, you don't really you. Don't talk about what other creative artists. Do you know what I mean? I got you your CA guys. I mean see able is. Shirts. Honestly, you should've went to the Ken shamrock fight. That was not in the ring was in a bar because there's like there's like this independent like wrestling circuit. That's just like bar wrestling where they go to a bar and they start wrestling. Yeah. That's what that's what this was. And I was looking forward to it. And I was also concerned because the guy wouldn't tell us really who can't shamrock was fighting fighting people in a bar, and I'm like, am I going to be one of these people just gonna walk up and punch me in the head like how does this work? And how did they get insurance for this by the way because we started googling like videos of what they were doing. And they were hitting each other with like lightbulbs got each other's heads. Like, it doesn't seem like this is something that insurance companies would be cool with if you're running a bar. They're going to do in Miami next year. Oh, yeah. Yeah. We're into Miami. So everyone can go live. All right. So let me tease what's coming up next. Coming up next. We have the mayors of the mayor of quarters Bill, Georgia. 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This is we we don't often have mayors on this show. We've had Sean Casey. And that's about it. So this is very exciting for us. So we saw videos posted on her social media our own gear mo- Gill being honored by you with this day. It didn't seem like there was a huge turnout in your opinion. How many people were out there to celebrate the occasion? Well, Mike, occasionally, you just have to say we had a number of people there, and you leave it at that. I I will tell you. I was mentioned a Chris before it went on the air one of the things this. This was done very much in the spirit of eleven talk show. You know, I've been working with Billy to try to do this for about a week. You know out the tweet we guys were nice enough to respond to that. And that it was going to happen. It wasn't going to happen. It was going to happen. That morning. I was told it wasn't going to happen. And and then it was one o'clock when we got word that it was going to happen. He did would have been able to draw very large crowd for this had we gotten we got a little bit more advanced notice sue did any part of Matsieng, teeny mayor of feel big timed at all by one of our shows producers considering you had no idea this was going to happen until essentially day of well, I was I kind of felt big time because you guys at that on a little bit of shade at old money, Charlie kind of stopping this from happening. But I've got to tell you great gracious guy came up, and and help make it all happen. And it was a really positive experience that of course, you know, the nuggets that we had was was the fact that we were going to be drawing a little attention to the city of Carter's Ville, and you guys have done that. And and again, also an opportunity for me to kind of honor all you guys, including Billy with with all the guys do to kind of listen to the podcast every single day and make me laugh and entertainment. And so wanted to do something would you guys at least a portion of your show being close by to be able to? Use my use my my role as mayor to be able to accomplish some gratitude and also some recognition for our city. We're speaking with Matt Santini the mirror Kurdish Ville, Georgia who just honored our own gear mobile with his own day, Billy. I'm gonna bring you in here. The Charlie who went with you. And I I can already tell from the mayor's comment said he started buttering the mayor up did Charlie start angling for his own day. First and foremost, good morning. Your excellency good talking to you again. Got guys just so, you know, mayor Santini is a very humble, man. And he hasn't pointed out yet that Carter's Ville Georgia was named of travel channels fifty most charming small towns in America just this week. So it's been a big week this week. Yeah. Huge week for Carter's village where the second biggest thing that's happened to Carter's will this week behind. Billy kills appearance here. So what is card Israel known for really because I must admit and I'm ashamed to do. So I had never heard of Kernersville before this week. So what's Carter's villes claim to fame? Sure. Well, a few things most currently where the where the home of of Trevor Lawrence had the opportunity had the pleasure of my role. Roles a radio guy to call play by play for Carter's. We'll put ball for the last twenty years. And so got to watch him play for four years. We're also home to an Anheuser Busch brewery Shaw industries Toyo tire some household names. And we also I city of a little over twenty thousand. And people we have to Smithsonian affiliated museums ones the booth western art museum and the Tela science museum. So there's not many towns of our size that would have Smithsonian affiliated museums much less two of them, Billy. Did you take in any of these sites that you see the Anheuser Busch brewery? Did you see the Toyo tires factory? Did you see any of these amazing sights to see in Carter's, no we went? We saw city hall. We saw the radio station, by the way, happy founders day. I'd like to say to mayor Santini. Today's carterville Carter's bills birthday. Is it not mayor? Yes. Thank you for reminding me of that Billy, you know, more about the city that I do. And it's my second home. We the second. It's Carter's villes birthday. Yeah. It is. Okay. Well, you know, in in typical show fashion we have to honor it. Happy birthday to his. I don't care. Good luck. Now. Mayor Santini an interesting tidbit that I learned about you this week in the discussions as we've tried to decide whether or not we were actually going to do. This is your also a radio host you pull double duty. The mayor's job is a part time job and actually worked for an organization. I manage a radio station here been doing that since in two thousand and one and also manage a five hundred seat performing arts teeter, which I was able to use the marquee, or if you saw the pictures of that that was the theater that I'm that. I'm the administrator of a man of many talents. So you're essentially your program director. Do a little bit of everything it's a small station, and we've been we've been well honored. And again, it's been a lot of fun to to be able to be a part of that. There was one thing. I did want to mention you'll notice great Cody was not mentioned in in that proclamation. He reached out to me early on Tuesday at actually tried to get the advanced copy of the proclamation. That's why released early I did not I did not want him to have to be able to scoop the station and ruin something. Like he's done in the past in the proclamation. Did you say you wanted to go to Billy's wedding? No what I did say. Specifically was that Billy hit agreed that if I may miss day after him said he's graciously offered to give me my wife and all expense paid trip to Miami for his wedding. And also wanted me to be in the wedding and in stugatz fashion. I I've accepted that he's going to be my best, man. A new bribe them with an all expense paid trip to Miami for your own day. I mean, if you're exchanging goods in exchange for services that benefit you is it really a bribe. Yes. I guess it. Maybe mayor Santini. How do you feel now that you're in golfed in the biggest scandal political career? Well, that I wouldn't say it's the biggest one of my career do tell go on. I'm just kidding with that. No. That was again that was just kind of a it would have been better Philly at Hurtig for the first time as I read the proclamation so of having to release it ahead of time. But you know, it was it was supposed to be a little bit of a shock value. Again. The proclamation is whole intent was to, you know, honor Billy since he was coming to Atlanta and had an opportunity to get him up here. And also as a thank you everybody on the show for the hours of team that you'll bring and and again put a little bit of a spotlight on our wonderful city up here. Honorable mayor Matt saying teeny from Kurdish Ville, Georgia is joined us graciously on the local hour, the delimitation show was stupid guts mayor. How long have you been mayor? And did you win in a landslide in are you trying to get the now famous limited bump? Well, honestly, I've been mayor since two thousand eight I serve two year terms, and there are no term limits one I would say rather decidedly in my first campaign about ninety percents and was in office for until this last time around went unopposed, and I had ninety two percent of the vote in my last election went unopposed only got ninety two percent of haute. No, no, no. I had somebody oppose me this last time. I ninety I don't wanna I don't wanna braggadocious about it. I do do you have any any further political aspirations, maybe poorly this into I don't know a Senator seed France governor now that you're getting the laboratory bump in the name of mad Santini's placid around the world's largest sports podcast. How do we advance this? Well, not that I couldn't greatly benefit or do anything. I wanted to know what the lebatardshow. But honestly, I said from the beginning I want nothing more than to be the mayor of this city. I think. Local governments allot different were independent. We're not party affiliated, and it's all about helping people in solving problems. And and helping it promote the city. So that's that's definitely what will use the laboratory bump when I do want to say appreciate everything that you'll push that up. Social media has used the hashtag visit Carter's village. So that's the whole city is going to benefit from the Levitas bump, and that's that's just fine. With me. We'll build your mayor was was big momma's house one base in carterville. I don't know that it was based in carnival what? But I do know there was a reference in there that she was coming to Carter's villa. That's where she was heading to. Billy. What are the the stats for cars village that they were awarded something this week? We should tell the people once again because as mentioned it's a huge week of carterville. All right. We lost Billy anyways. We're building. I feel in for that. This is one of the top small towns in in the country. All right. That's that's fantastic. Mayor Santini one last thing that I want to ask you before we let you go. Obviously there's a big game this weekend. So who do you fancy Rams or pats? Well, you know, this this strikes close to home L. Let's just a couple of years ago is sitting at good friend's house watching the Super Bowl and with the falcons up twenty eight to three and said, you know, what mathematically they're just simply physically isn't enough time or possessions for for New England to be able to come back and win this game. And so I'm going to go against God's and look I'm going against Tom Brady and working on. I'm doing it. I'm doing it. With both feet. I'm jumping in. I'll be at that. Same friend's house this weekend watching and I'll be I'll be pulling more for the Rams to win than for the saints to excuse me for the pats lose. Okay. So we are now up to three votes for the rains in two for the pats. This me go down to the wire mirror Santini, the honorable mayor mats antennae from Kernersville Georgia. Thank you so much for honoring our show and honoring our gear McGill with his own day. Thank you for grazing our show. We hope that you become the next governor of the great state of Georgia, and he'd get this lebatardshow bump, I know you said you don't want to because you don't want any sort of distractions. You're just focusing on one day at a time, but I can see big things in your political career. Thank you so much for joining us, perhaps gets me, a recurring. We'll negotiate that out there. Thank you can appreciate that take. Geico presents eyewitness interviews with. Inanimate objects. This is Brian Bruno live on the scene of a recent windstorm here to describe the event a chest of drawers, there's a storm howling outside. So I thought I'd stay in and watch rump down five minutes into the flick, a tree branch slams through the window where you hurt. I just got a scratch on my chest. Your chest of drawers can't help you in a windstorm. But the geiko insurance agency can help you get covered for personal property damage cold gyco to see our Ford -able homeowners insurance can be done Libertad. Ninety s shorts ninety. Chris has some nineties as sure just wearing shorts. You have some are nineties as shorts. They're not cargoes. Explain why are they ninety backpack? Material. I have to remind myself that I'm actually wearing pants because my two thousand eighteen is shorts. Are so thin up. Let me look at your shorts. Get those thin as shorts. I mean, probably. Stugatz. Feeling modern-day shorts? Right. Yeah. They're blue shorts. Quicksilver? They're like the ones that can get wet those. He's got shorts your shorts here. Ninety s short-sea money Arnhem fibia, those sorts wet. It would take two hours. Oh, yeah. Sees everyone with modern shorts dry thirty minutes outta here with your nineties s shorts. This is our show with stugatz on the ticket. All right. Welcome back to the local hour. It's a big game weekend. And as you know, we've been keeping track of predictions because that's what you do this week record. What's the count right now, we have three people, including mayor Santini from Carter's Ville, Georgia picking the LA Rams and only two people picking the New England Patriots. However, this could swing with this latest vote. We know welcome in Cynthia mattress. Ruis who is also my wife to give her predictions Cynthia how how's it going hunting? And hey, who do you like in the Super Bowl? Do you like the LA Rams who are quarterback by Jared Goff or the New England Patriots? Who are I forget who their quarterback is. All right. So four for the Rams huge lead. Now for the LA Rams, Honey. Thank you so much. I'll see you later today. Akl as exciting. All right. Who else are we? We're four two. Okay. Chris. I think you know, the next guest. Oh, yeah. We got my Pook high people key this. Hi, christy. Hey, all right. So he got the Rams or the patriots as much as I hate to say it. I'm going to pick the patriots. No. Pook Lear not supposed to do. Don't do that Fuki divided house. No, actually, you're doing the right thing when he talks Pook. Why do you think the patriots are gonna win Tom Brady when that's that's that's a good answer? That's good have been. I I love you talk to you later. Bye here. Bookie. This is this is a very exciting. Okay. So we've had Cynthia pick the Rams Christine pick the patriots. Roy you pick the Rams me or Santini pick. The rams. We haven't given our picks crap. I'm ready. I'll do my right now. All right. Good. I'll go with the pats hurts me your tie push myself in the stomach. We are tied right now for peace. Just gonna win. Right. I mean, I mean the favor David. Okay. It's my turn rain. I don't know. I have no idea. It was gonna win this game. Can't go by. I have. No, no, no. I'm not going for Thai. I just don't know who's going to win this game. Because both teams are good. Right. I like both teams very much. Well, I don't like I like them in terms of like playing football. I really don't like the patriots because they do all the cocky things on the back it up, and I just don't like that. Right prefer the Baker Mayfield, Sal, which is like it kind of back it up a little bit. But you know to the degree of like not making the playoffs. You're making me pick. Do it making me. Yeah. How many red bulls Viet today by this just too so far? That's it. Just. Sugar free. It's about time for another. Oh boy. In a go. Patriots the New England Patriots. So right now, the patriots have stormed back, and I've taken a five to four lead in predictions was that it is that all we're doing anyone else who could go ahead and get Jaehnke or no though, go ahead and feel produces while. I talk some pucks with ROY real quick ROY Panthers. What the puck no man that they've been on a also a break has been ten days since he played. So how many games in hand? Do they have hold on double check as going fill? Double check. What is coach MacLean going to do about working in Johann Garpenlov, obviously you've had some success with Paul laws in the backline pairing? Well with failure. However, Gordon Murphy is coming back from injury. Yes. I really think it's important that Ray Sheppard gets back on your goal scoring streak. And you know, for a win your Johann Garpenlov has disappointed a little bit you need three games. What do we do games in three games in hand? And how many points? Back. The wall. How many how many points back this metropolitan division, forty twelve points back of the notes eleven eleven okay. But three games in hand. So essentially, we're five points back. Yeah. If you count all those Danny Danny our stage producer Dany who is wonderful who you see every day on this you guys pre-game show. You're the guy that's got to ask how much time. Do we have any professional counter get paid for that? How much time do we have any? I don't know. Because at my clock is broken. The answer's always a minute. Fifty three point. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So who do you like in the Super Bowl? It's the LA Rams versus the New England Patriots. Go ahead and make your prediction for. So I grew up in L A, and I want the Rams to win. However, I think the patriots will commandingly six four crashing. I love for the patriots. Right. Bruce. Bruce Brucie some of you might recognize Brucie. He's looking those ham hawks Bruce massive ham hawks. Okay, bruce. Now you like I am a Cleveland Browns fan we never play in this game. But we we obviously enjoy a nice Super Bowl. Is this game? Should be good game. Both teams are pretty good. But what I want to ask you is who you think is going to win it. I wouldn't bet against New England you wouldn't bet against the England. But that's not the question the little into the microphone, please Bruce. I'm going to go for New England. Even though I ate them England. A lot of people that are picking New England hate to pick new in. Oakland, but they're they're not picking with their heart. Okay. Or although and my home your nal, though, are no though, who do you have Rams or pad or show pay tros as my favorite team team doing? That's next. From a favorite. Hey, you're runner. I thought you were a Texans guy are now there's been a patriots fan. This whole time. No one else wants to talk. That's it. Nobody else will Dan Dan here. Host of the Dan lebatardshow with us. Addiction radio K, I'm gonna pin you down on this one. We've been keeping track. So far seven people have picked the New England Patriots. And only four of pick the LA Rams who do you think wins the SuperBowl? Dan Levitan is this taped or live? This is all live your live on the right now. Please don't curse acres just for a frame of reference. You honorable mayor matching teeny of Curtis. Ville Georgia picked the Rams, and he was the last person to do. So. Okay. I almost said that my prediction was to go bleep yourself. What I was going to say because I thought you were taping something, but go ahead and actually Mets. He was not the last person to pick the Rams. My wife was picked the patriots to and at my wife was the last one. And now we're on a really hot patriots run. Yeah. I'll go Rams. I'll go. Okay. Lucille. CO come in here. And tell me who you like Rams are patriots ran. Oh, okay. That's how you do it. Okay. So the pats right now have a to vote lead. And this is obviously how the game's going to go. It's going to be back and forth. Affair New England's going to build up a bit of a lead. And the Rams are gonna start surging back. This is a to score game right now for the Rams what can Sean McVay dial up here? Do we obtained in the Ron Todd Gurley hasn't been that effective? C J Anderson probably not on the field. Todd Gurley is you're more effective pass catcher you need to start throwing the ball right now. If you're Sean McVeigh everyone's been saying that they need to actually run the ball to kick the ball out of Brady's hand. Well, every time we ask somebody for the oh, it's Friday. That means we get our single most important thing montage. Yeah. That's huge, man. It's a it's a it's a sort of of Super Bowl radio row coverage. Clint Portas his answer was so long. Yeah. That's the best part about the single. Most important thing question is they give you seventeen over minute important things. But run the boss probably know, what do you think has been the most common don't give it away? But from my recollection, I think it's pressuring Tom Brady and running the ball even the ball out of his hands by reading the I mean, eliminating stuff who are those things that it's like a joke that we do that bit. But like when you get twenty people, you get a good sense of what the overall feel is right now, I think I know which way I'm going to bet just based off of our straw poll here. Mike. Would you get that stadium seat? Finding game tickets is hard trae. But being there is so much better than not being there are placed my regular seat with the stadium seat to try and recreate that stadium atmosphere. I appreciate the effort, but I got a better idea use vivid seats to find tickets to the game. They make finding the seats that you want quick and easy. Sounds like getting tickets at vivid seats would have been the easier option. It always is. Just text the my wife. She's big the Rams. Oh, oh, man. This is one score game. Now guys one score game. Hey, by the way, you guys listen to any new podcast lately. Stupidity. Stupidity. Let me take a moment here to to thank our loyal supporters. Because real talk is it's been a lot of work. It's been really hard on me in the team because I've been pulled away from the show and everyone else is having to do extra work on building. This thing out. 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Is you got to run the ball to keep the ball away from Tom Brady? However, the same could be said for the patriots and given the health of they're running back as opposed to the health, and general cholesterol level of the other running backs on the other side of the field. I think the the the patriots more apt to do this. However, getting to Tom Brady seems like something that the Rams are fully capable of. Especially with pressure up the middle the problem with all of our analysis in how meaningless it is. Is everyone had the correct analysis including menas on zip-line last year that the key to beating the patriots is pressure with four. It's how the giants have done it twice. But the eagles didn't get pressure with four Tom Brady had the game of his life and still lost that analysis, isn't helpful. So I think yes that what will decide the game is the Tom Brady will look like a lesser version of himself because Aaron Donald and then dominating. Sewer getting pressure up the middle. I think that's it. But I would you be surprised by a forty four forty one. Shootout matter how much pressure they're getting. I understand holding up. The result of Tom Brady threw for a billion yards in that game. He threw for over five hundred yards. Nick foles won the MVP deservedly. So, but I actually rewatch that game Fletcher Cox had an amazing game. I can't even imagine. What Tom Brady would have thrown for if Fletcher Cox was not on the field. I would have been EP how much pressure was Atlantic getting up the middle all game. And then they weren't. One of the advantages that team has run one hundred plays and by the end your defense done. And so you just March right down the field because Tom Brady is going to be surgical. He's going to kill you on third down the chiefs are like oh bleep, man. Here we go. We're going to be backtracking the whole game. Atlantic got pressure up the middle for three dim quarters. And what I'm so excited to see this because you know, everyone makes south in the media of this matchup the quarterbacks but the quarterbacks actually they're not on the field ever together. You know, that's a real dual it can be like old west shootouts and whatnot. But I think the real matchup is the two best players on the field are actually going to be physically touching each other. And it's Donald against Tom Brady. And I'm Jack for that. I don't know how it is. Like, if you tell me, the the the the Bella check thing of stopping one thing because they're Aaron Donald if you check it out. He's got a lot of games where he doesn't have any tackles because everything they're trying to move everything away from him so fast that he gets three sacks. Or there's nothing for him there because they're trying. I think they I'm because they're Donald represents the best defensive player. I've seen since Lawrence Taylor. I would say that Bill chick has to stop him before he has to stop girly that Brady can go ahead and stay punch for punch with girly. If Aaron Donald can be contained in Belgium can take away one thing if he takes away that thing Aaron Donald you still got Domigan sue. But if he takes away that thing if he knows how to take away that thing, I think you really neutralize anything that the Rams can do to the patriots defensively. What if Bill Belichick does does this where he's like, no, we're going to let Aaron Donald nuke place, and we're gonna use that aggressiveness against him. Because James white is a big game player. And if you try to nuke a play at the line of scrimmage, they can cash did you see did you see how much better the Rams against the saints cover that play the the leak out their linebackers are faster than what the chiefs lime the chiefs line? Packers were clunky. I don't know. If light can be covered by anybody because they've seemed to figured out how to throw him fourteen passes a game for one hundred and forty yards. But like from what I've seen of the the people who know more about this stuff than us. They're saying the Rams linebackers are Slavic enough that they that that they can stop some of that stuff. It's the play that Brian went to the controversial play. It wasn't even to Kamara or Ingram. It's that running back to none of us know that they were throwing two in the flat. The Rams are actually a little better defending that than most. That's an that's an excellent point. The Rams are actually very good. At now, Kamara is probably the best in the league at that point, by the way oven. Kamara is scheduled to join us at twelve thirty. That's if we don't cancel them. He's going to be joining us after immediately following the backstreet, boys. Three the backstreet boys doesn't matter. Which of the battery boys doesn't I'm so excited to have the backstreet boys on the definitely matters does which ones he wanted the funny if I could pick three I would go AJ, Brian and Nick, no, no how in Kevin. I mean, how how we look. Most interesting. Well, Dan's going to be so into AJ in his soy because he's a bad one. So tillable Belousov lose. When did you think your dream was so far away, you built upbeat sessions around that you shouldn't make fun of it? I know I built Southie. Sessions around Supandi and satellite. Sessions was great. But it never beat Oprah, Dan. So I am writing to coattails of this. I'd like to give up my allegiances and just lineup with Stu gods and sore into the sun on a private plane. We'll never use the problem is I it's touching whether or not they will ever be another episode. That's that's the issue. It's a real volatile situation that you have it's like when the bulls got Rodman. Real fast super stuff. Todd really's health is a big factor. 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671. Trevor Lawrence 360

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

1:16:27 hr | 5 months ago

671. Trevor Lawrence 360

"I think trevor can be an international superstar. You know there's not many football players. Become international superstars three watching them at the opening scene. This guy could go to. Nfl training camp right now on throw one on one throw routes on air. Look like another quarterback versus. I can't really recall anyone like him. That had the combination of size and speed and an arm town. Everyone it's daniel jeremiah for move. The sticks am bucky brooks and this is trevor. Lawrence is three sixty are buckle. This is a big one here Probably the biggest episode of the year for us when we think about everything that goes into it so we spent a lot of time doing our homework on. Trevor lawrence top quarterback. I think we're in the same boat on that one in this year's draft class and interesting story and man we've gone to great lengths to learn more about him yeah. Dj this has been a really unique project for us because we had a chance to really dig deep into charters background. Talk to his college. Coach talked to family members. Talk to people around him in his home town. And most importantly talked to some of the private coaches and trainers. They really know him well not to mention. Some opposing coaches Which offer some great insight here as well. But but let's first of all before we get into some of these interviews just kind of quick buck as we kind of starting chronologically here the first time you heard about trevor lawrence. I know during the elite eleven stuff he popped on the radar. Pretty early yeah. Dj my first exposure to trevor lawrence was at a camp and you know when you these elite eleven camps is the best of the best. And so you've you've heard about some of the quarterbacks coming through but you knew about trevor lawrence won their the reputation preceded him to when you see him. He looks like everything that you expect to see from. A potential franchise quarterback big athletic tremendous arm. Talent the hair always stands out. Because i you think about and sunshine. But i think the thing that i came away with just my first interaction is just how focused in how serious he was about the game Didn't say a lot. Just kind of went about his business and they're just kind of resonated because there's different approaches to how you cannot participate in those camps like are you there really for the competition are you. Did learn and get better. And i would say that. Trevor lawrence competed while being really really focused on becoming a better player and that is a little unusual some task for high employers. Yeah it was impressive. I just going through the opening Big nike event that you were coaching at in and seeing him for the first time up there and running into dilfer who were going to chat with and just a little bit And he was like. Yeah that's that's like the drew bledsoe but he's athletic. I'm like whoa okay. And i watched it. I was like oh dang The spent well. Let's get some more guest here because this is where we're really trying to pick things up and learn more about trevor lawrence the player the person and we're gonna go through the process. You're talking about the recruiting The development of the younger years in high school years here. Let's start things off with a little bit of our conversation with clemson head coach dabo sweeney. It's it's how you win. You win by sacrificing uncompromising and using young people already win with love and compassion and development and equip in young people With with a great experience great tools for life. That's that's really you know how we've gone about our business year and trevor is. Just come in here and and step right into that role. He's the epitome of that. He he comes in you. Talk about developing yeah. He's a highly guy but he's got to come and he's gotta earn it. S the other thing. You gotta earn it here. We don't give anybody even. We're not entitling anybody you you're empowered. You're not entitled. You got to go earn. It and trevor was that way in the recruiting process. Just a very humble kid committed december of his junior year. I mean at that point we had. We had the number one quarterback in the country committed to clemson as a senior. He was a senior in high school. And we had like a top twenty quarterback with two quarterbacks in that senior class and he'd come we had kelly bryant zehr gruber and all these guys on the roster and then he commits december of his junior year. And to this day. One of the things. I've told a lot of people body. You never asked me about another quarterback in the recruiting process. Not like night not a single conversation. It was all about clemson. What our program's all about the people you know. That's all our offense style of play. Receivers those types of he never asked me not one time. You're talking about a kid not afraid to compete. And he came in. He committed december his junior year and it was over like never another discussion about earlier federal laws. He went on about his business being a high school junior high school senior. You know just being a kid. Enjoying his journey. I can honestly say that about that. He has truly enjoyed his journey. He enjoyed being a freshman. He enjoyed camp. He enjoys spring practice in watching him come in here and have the self awareness to him. Yeah he knows he's really talented but he's never satisfied and he knew he needed to get bigger stronger. Faster more knowledgeable all these things and to watch him attack that process Would just great joy. His journey was really cool. And and you know prove that he could he deserved to be the guy had to earn it and then he does. That will then become a leader of offense. Then there's less become a leader of the team less become a leader of college football you know unless become a leader in your community and so it just watching him go through that journey. It's been pretty special and do it with such grace. Such military and with the brightest of the brightest of the brightest lights in unbelievable scrutiny. In what these kids go through today is so different than when when we were coming up in. I mean the scrutiny is unbelievable but there's never been a guy more prepared trevor. He's been doing with this. The ninth grade when he won the job as a fourteen year old at carville great program and he beat out a senior quarterback a really talented player. Who by the way was the starting tight end in alabama this year. Okay but he had been a quarterback up until trevor made him a tiny in history. He drafted this kinda as well. In fact he was at his wedding. And you think about a senior in high school. I made a great player division. One guy who who's pack pack changed because the trevor. You know but but you gotta give that kid a lot of credit. He stayed at carterville said. Hey we'll look this guy. I'll move to another position next thing. you know. He signs a tiny in an alabama. And now he's getting ready to be drafted and i think that says a lot about that young man as well and got a chance to see him at trevor's wedding. Here's a fourteen year old with the weight of a whole program in town. Cars villas friday night lights. Now this is this is this. Is tom high school football. Like they're passionate about and here's this year old with long hair. It's six six first of all may not couldn't believe it. When he walked in the room but just the expectations the scrutiny. The social media the then you get into the seven hundred. Seven is the elite eleven. You're supposed to win every week. You know all that and then you supposed to come to clemmson. You're supposed to win. The job is supposed to go champships supposed to do this this this and you know we're supposed to be the number one pick. He's been dealing with this stuff forever but guess what. That's his north. That's that's what he's used to. That's normal to him The beautiful thing about him is he's not he's not driven by that stuff he is a very. Sye fit our program very well because he's a very inside out person he's he's strong his fate incredibly strong in his faith He's driven by that. He's grounded by that. I mean he just married his middle school sweetheart. Mendan- middle school all through high school. Can you imagine. Trevor lawrence walking around on a college campus. But yet he's very loyal. Committed in something you know but one of the interesting things from dabo there. I thought you know going back to high school when your freshman you beat out a division. One caliber athlete which he did in the miller. Forestall there at kernersville high school. I mean when you're starting to your your your career off on the right foot yet. I i think there's something to that because that takeaway stood out to me. That trevor was a freshman in high school. And he beat out a guy who has a d. one player But the other thing daboll talks about. Trevor never asked about other quarterbacks along the way he was focused. I mean on his own process. Didn't worry about competition in all the other guys and for a five star recruit a guy who has been celebrated as maybe. Qb one to never worry about those things about his confidence and self esteem that he didn't let insecurities kinda get in the way of what he wanted to accomplish. I very comfortable in his own skin. I think we can definitely get that vibe. And you'll get that vibe as well as we go through these interviews you're gonna hear from daboh a little bit later on as well as we're about his development. There's nobody better to talk to when you're talking about a player's development that his parents. We had a chance to visit with jeremy and amanda lawrence about their son. Trevor jeremy demand. I guess my first question would be. What point in time. Did you realize that your son. Trevor was a good athlete. Forget good football player. What what was that moment like where you went okay. This kid's pretty good three or four years baffler. Enjoy playing everything so you know about football at that point but for four years old and when he does i. He was on the soccer team because he was not able to play football. Yeah he was old enough. He didn't meet the farmer and so why he would just get the ball and score and finally to the other team was like listen. You take him out because he is making all the goals and it was. The it was on break team is church league teams. That team said that they didn't you know really keeps going that much anyway but every time the ball was passed. Let trevor would get english for. And they're like okay. You gotta take him out with big little bit to his competitiveness. When did you guys discover that part of his personality. How competitive you us younger two or three. He was always been very. He was more vigorously intense back. Then you could really see you. Don't see a lot of it now. It's very competitive. But he was very you thought he would have been a linebacker that he was vocal and aggressive. Amanda i'm curious what your thoughts were on him playing football. I know where the where the greats he said. He's an academic all american so i. I'm curious what was that. Like the first time. He decided he was going to go into the fold business. Really i mean this. I really didn't think that much about it because my brothers are players so i grew up with the ball and the ball players honestly. They're not now group of football. And you know. I was by tremor. Had the football being the quarterback. Because i can tell what's going on so in thinking about him becoming a quarterback s something that was just is calling just drawn to that position or did he ever accused of a. You know what i think. You'd be a really good quarterback he was drawn to it and he was a natural to it. I mean most as he got older we some camps at thirteen. I started putting with a trainer. Sam but he was he was just a natural at it and really like the to throw inorganic so name was just lost without ability football. Jeremy i wanna go back to you on this one real quick high school. He starts as a freshman. And then next thing you know as high school career goes beyond multiple state championships. He ends up being the number one recruit in the country. When was the time where you started realizing. Okay this is not just. He's not just a big deal in our town. He's becoming a national recruit here at a national figure in the sport factors in the spring after his freshman year. I'm all american honors and recruiting stepped up side. I mean weekly. Solve things in the eighth grade that were kind of heading direction but nothing like after his freshman year in high school it was a much prep strassmann. All american all state and all that stuff so It did not slow down after that is so you talk about not slowing down. How was he able to handle the weight of expectations when he became a big day. I'll think he's handled it very well. He still the same guy are as before with family. And you know he had exposure to it really earn fourteen years old so The downside of that is he was fourteen years old. So you lose. You don't necessarily want kids at that age to have to deal with so much but allah time. He made it to college. It really helps them. Because he had been exposed to the media exposed to a lot of pressure. You know all the things that go along with that panel pressure pretty well on many you know with all the nickname as its own. He's really really done well with it. He's always say okay. And you know just handled all even praised and the criticism very well it's crazy. How the the recruiting thing has changed. You know used to be after your junior year. That's when the recruiting process starts now. It's pretty much over by that. I mean this new. His son was a national recruit after his freshman year in high school. Yeah i mean big time and big time from a small town it one dies. coop program depleted at card. Israel was outstanding. I mean you talk about a team does a perennial power. He takes over all the freshen expectations for him. To keep that thing going. He was able to but to emerging quickly as a national recruiting getting the interest but trevor not really been phased by Once again i. I think one of the things that will will hear from those who know him. Well the pressure and the hype and all those other things never really impacted the way he played and i think it takes a very very mature young player to be able to handle those things without it crashing in and filtering into their play. Well i think you know when you talk about being even even keeled is probably a skill set that would serve you well in the art world. I bring that up because one of the fascinating things about trevor is his family and it is his brother chase who was actually an artist on accomplished artist And to me you look guys grope in the same household pursue different passions Both doing very well And i think there are some similarities. You can learn from the two of them which is why we wanted to talk chase to get his take on growing up with trevor and what that was like. So here's our conversation chase lawrence. What was it like growing up in the household there. And i would love to know how you got on your path that led you to be very successful painter and sculptor well. Trevor always played sports and like love baseball basketball pretty much everything except soccer. I remember when he was in kindergarten. They wouldn't let him play football. So all you can do is play soccer. And he like everyone down so he he always played sports and loved it. And i you know. I tried to play basketball. I liked it. When i was really young and then as i got older i kind of you know didn't has have as much of an interest and everything but He was busy all the time when we were kids. So sports and everything. So i didn't really even see him a whole lot like once he was like in middle school And then into high school he was just always busy We got to hang out like on the weekends and stuff like that but Yeah as far as me and argos. I always Was a drawer and a painter. That was kind of all i ever really wanted to do professionally. And i kind of set my mind to the Around my middle school years. I think around like seventh grade. I was like. I'm gonna do it no matter what i put all my eggs in one basket and And then i went to art school and here we are now this cool. So you're talking about you guys like obviously developing your passions or finding your passions early middle school you with art Trevor obviously with sports football. What is it like because you guys are. I'm sure sibling. You have a little bit of that competitiveness. But in your own feel what was it like in that household you guys pursuing two completely different tracks but supporting one another so crazy thing is You can ask anyone. I'm a competitive person at all. So competition doesn't even like exist in my mind as far as like personal personal things but So i never felt everyone asks me like well. How did you feel growing up You know trevor being like an all star athlete and everyone is giving him all his attention. And i just i was just happy and proud of him and like i had never felt jealous or anything like that But also my family you know they love sports and you know sports is a lot more popular to your lay person than our is so like people just go crazy over sports and so is kind of like the black sheep of the family but my family's close with all of them so you know we all have a great relationship and everything but Yeah i think. Trevor started caring more about our and kind of what i was doing more you know as he was like in his maybe junior senior year of high school and then i think around the time i started carrying more about what he did as oil. Also we talk about how you guys can be different. But i'd be curious as somebody who knows very little about art. I'm going to be fully fully honest here but i would imagine to finish. Completely project has to require tremendous poise and focus. And i mean because those are two attributes when we watch and study you know. Trevor we would say okay. Those two of his greatest attributes do you see that. Is there a parallel connection there. Absolutely yeah i mean. I think the concept of skill is exactly the same but the way it's executed and The way it is an action is different because timing with him is like everything's a split second You have to be very quick thinker. And i think with me it's Or with our an artist. It's more of a slow thinking process. But it's the same type of problem solving execution thinking about that. You talked about the creative creative aspect of what you have while it also retains a level of discipline if trevor was ever to come to you utilizing your experience as an artist to help him as a player. What kind of advice would you give in terms of helping him become great in his own. Respective field Embrace the creativity people don't think you know athletes are creatives But and maybe not. always exactly. But i think quarterbacks are specially creative as athletes. Because you have to see you know the whole picture all the different ways you can go all the all the intricacies details of like how you're gonna you know dodge the other players and you know you know what i'm saying like you have to visually make sense of what's going on and find the solution and i think that is i mean almost like the definition of creativity. So is there a story. When trevor was growing up. Where were you saw him. Actually have a temper maybe temper tantrum or he got a little upset or we saw some some of that raw emotion. Come out because you guys seem chill. Yeah so this is funny. I tell everyone this in my dad does too and my mom and grandparents the whole family really So he never really had a temper that i remember but when he was a kid he was insane would never wear clothes. Run down the street butt naked. He would jump on coffee tables. He would say like the most embarrassing out of pocket stuff in public stores. Wherever we were at and man we thought he was going to be so wild as he got older and really be a handful but he is like the complete opposite. So it's fascinating. How how he is now because that is not the same childlike. Yeah so it's funny. You say that because he does always appear to be really cool and composed employs. He is is to meet like is he really liked that all the time. I always say this. And like every interview. Trevor's vary like goofy and always joke and i'm never serious unless we're having like a heart to heart discussion or something. But even then he still cracks jokes but when he's like you being interviewed or something he gets like this like interview based on he's like very serious and almost like monotone a little bit. I probably the same way but When we're just hanging out and stuff he's just so silly and just a jokester and Super light hearted And it's just kind of like a completely different side of him. That i feel like a lot of like fans and so don't don't actually see but it looks like he has a bright future ahead of him so sure start coming out more first of all buck from chases standpoint impressive to me that not an ounce of jealousy and one hundred percent. Believe him They're growing up in a household with a guy who's really famous. I mean as a high schooler. He's famous in your town as well as nationally. but again. I think it's just a very rooted grounded Atmosphere and hall that trevor lawrence grew up. Yeah absolutely nothing is very supportive. actually Believe that his brothers path a different path as a sculptor and artist may have helped driver may help trevor when he talks about tapping into the creativity. And kinda four your own path. I think it is a unique thing. But i think chase gave great insight into trevor. How trevor was competitive. And kinda how. He almost like a man amounts boys from the time that he was very very little all the attention that he had on him for his athletic exploits and was again how it didn't really impact me didn't change who he was as a person. Now this next guest you might ask. Why in the world. Are we going to talk to the mayor of carterville While because he was also the guy who's calling games for the local radio station so he called. Trevor lawrence is games and buck. You had a chance to visit with matt santini. Trevor's gonna to roll to his right on third down looking to throw under a little bit of pressure. Now he's gonna stop. He's to run his left and he's gonna float it to the end zone. He's got out there. Detail turn touchdown. What a play by trevor proud to have the mayor of georgia and also radio broadcaster at wbz h f in georgia matt santini. Thanks for joining the mcas park. How you doing thank you bucky pleasure to be with you talk about one of our hometown. Heroes speaking of yoga obviously trevor. Lawrence is a big deal down there but before we get to that. I wanna know. How do you juggle duties of being the mayor of the town and also The play by play voice of the high school games high school. Well that is a great question The mayor's position in carter's villes a part time position. We have a city manager form of government. So i get to manage the meetings be involved a lot of economic development and policy issues. I'm not responsible for all the day to day operations. Fortunately we've got a professional for that running. The radio station gets tricky. Sometimes for instance that new car. i'm driving. We will not do a story on all the money. That's missing from city hall. That's pretty funny. They're married now. Obviously everyone is excited about trevor lawrence. I'm sure he is celebrated in that town. But let's go all the way back. What was it like the first time that you saw. Trevor locks you know the story. Trevor really begins before he was even in high school. People were talking about this eighth grade kid and carter's last very story Football program and so they've had success and so it's nothing to see kids. Come through and have a great deal of success. But when you hear about this eighth grader. That's going to be coming up and play quarterback and might potentially be this fantastic player. It was kind of skeptical. And you'll be real careful about trying to over promote thirteen or fourteen year old kids. They are actually that just kids but it didn't take long. It was that first year where he was a freshman. He was rotating quarterback duties with miller forestall who went on to play at alabama and it was the second game it really was when they were playing north. Cobb actually ended up losing the football game. A but miller had gotten hurt and so the keys were turned over to trevor. At that point they lost the game by one but it wasn't for lack of any effort on his people had a fantastic game and from there. You just kind of knew that there was something special about this kid and from there he just kind of took off and it was really amazing arm strength and the where he places the football from from the time he was a freshman early in the season was just remarkable yet has to be a communist young guy handle the responsibilities beyond the starting quarterback on varsity with the level of i dunno precision and production. That trevor was able to do so. What some of the highlights that. You can remember of trevor lawrence his high school career. I look back at his really his sophomore year. There were a lot of great accomplishments there the state championship game a game. That carter's will only tend nothing. It wasn't a great statistical game but his leadership was was very evident. And it's the thing that i've told people from the very beginning. You see the long hair and you think. Oh he's he doesn't. Everybody calls him sunshine. Try to relate to to remember the titans. I've told people since before he left. Carter's volts like man the thing that people forget about or they they miss on him. He's faster than you think he is. He's deceptively elusive and he likes contact a lot more than people think he has always been a super competitor a super leader and a level of toughness that goes. I think still kind of underrated. Because you talk about those traits. I believe Humility is a trade. That is also associated with trevor lawrence Do you have any examples of tau humboldt. Trevor lawrence is despite all the accolades. That have come his way. I can probably talk more about that singing. What he's done in the person he is off the field than i can on the field at look at the fact that on fridays he would go to the elementary school in visit with with kids. Who just wanted to see him meet him. I remember going out to a local restaurant and he was there with his girlfriend. Now fiancee soon to be wife Enjoying lunch and there were adults coming up to him Wanting to try to talk to him and also saw a number of other high school players. That obviously weren't nearly as good as him. Who are acting like they were a lot better than you know the highschool attitude you know just acting like here i am. I'm a high school football player. Look at look at me and he just sat there quietly in. The corner was eating his lunch and being respectful. Everybody i think about really his time at clemson. There's a a young man. Here who had a heart transplant had unexpected heart issue and trevor really snuck back into town. I say he he came home. There wasn't a lot of fanfare and came to visit the young man who just bring them a jersey and tell them these thinking about him. It's it's those types of things that really stand out to me with the person that trevor lawrence is. It's really the things off the field. And i've said there's a lot of adults that can learn how to behave as a human being from this. Very young man. Yeah there are a lot of people that can learn a lot of different things from trevor lawrence. You talked about his personality. His humility the leadership ability but there are a lot of people that are really fascinated by the talent. So you have to tell me about this. This throw that i keep hearing about. It's call the throw versus mary pearson. In the playoffs the semifinals back in two thousand sixteen. What am i missing. Tell me about in a throw. It just came coming off that big win on the road against woodward academy they they were at home you had to feel good about it and right out of the gate carter's will was down fourteen to nothing. There was a very rare turnover and touchdown and another quick touchdown. So there's carter's well playing at home down fourteen and nothing. He leads them down. The field and It was. I can't remember the down but i i remember him just rolling to his right and everybody was covered. He he pump faked the quarter. The linebacker jumps in there. He does a total spin around and turns to his left throws it across the field and drops it right over the shoulder of a receiver on the other side of the field and got got his foot in bounds. And it was a touchdown and from there they. They went on and won that game rather largely after that but again down fourteen to nothing had the had the presence to make this great athletic life. Sure is one of a ton of highlight place that he made during his israel are the the highlight. Plays this stand out to you. Well i think from a highlight perspective. I'll tell you the thing that sticks out in my mind is enjoying watching him play clemson. It was one of the first nationally televised games that he was on and watching the announcers. He was having a big game. I can't remember the opponent but listening to the announcers towards the end of the game trying to come up with something different to say trying to come up words to describe what he was doing. And i remember putting on social media settlement watching that i had to come up with four years worth of of words to try to describe what this guy is doing and they were having trouble getting through one college football game with it. That's that's part of the. That's part of what i'll remember the most of the other part that i remember is there's an up here that their student run twitter site decided that they were going. Try to talk a little bit of trash about coming into town and getting some regret revenge for a big game that carter's would won rather handily the year before and trevor tweeted at them. And that wasn't a good thing to do and you know he's real responsible on social media too. He just tweeted out. Two words wrong move and shortly after that twitter account apologized and after that they came to carterville actually it was we went up to carter's to calhoun and won that game by count of fifty eight six. It was overlooked so obviously. Yeah ozzy you don't wanna poke the bear. But let's talk about the town. The town feel about trevor lawrence and all these become since he's left highschool a double edged sword for me in a good way. I mean he is he is put. Carter's villain the spotlight. Certainly were very proud community of over twenty thousand people. We've got or the home of ronnie brown who enjoyed success in the nfl. Andrei flewellyn who did as well and a both great young men who have contributed back to the community in our county we also vic beasley. Who is a little bit of here. Who's enjoyed time in the nfl and again giving back to the community. Great people as in addition. But you know harder. Xv allowed the opportunity because of trevor lawrence to be on. Espn and play a football game in our home stadium into spotlight our community on espn or anywhere nationally. A couple years ago there was an ad campaign for adidas that featured. Carter's those football uniforms on. There wasn't our players but it was our uniforms and the level of attention that we've gotten positive attention because of trevor lawrence There's there's there's been kids in this town. When when trevor was still here where we're number sixteen purple jerseys never buddies been wearing purple. Excuse me orange number sixteen jerseys and unless something really really strange happened of biblical proportions. There's gonna be a lot of -til sixteen jerseys being worn around carter's villain and i'll i'll probably buy one myself man. I know it's an exciting. Time is an exciting time for trevor. Lawrence is exciting time for everybody to carter's georgia mayor kenney thanks so much joining the mood. Six pockets. thanks buggy about. That was awesome. And i've got a chance to visit with him Again people knew about trevor lawrence as an eighth grader. I mean so when we talk about expectation and what the expectation could be at the next level. This kid's been dealing with expectations since he was thirteen. Fourteen years old. Yeah and i think that's something to be uncomfortable being in the spotlight We always talk about franchise quarterbacks in all of the stuff that comes along with the responsibilities that increased attention and scrutiny. Whichever lawrence has been dealing with that literally since seven and eighth grade to step up encarta joe and even know we can talk about it being a small town. Football big to handle that pressure to handle responsibility to beat out A player who was older and then to continue to keep card is very winning at a high level volumes. About who trevor lawrence isn't and why there's so many scouts to really love what could be the next level. No doubt Well i mentioned him a little bit earlier. And visiting trent dilfer up there at the at the opening the elite eleven event that you're a part of buck but to get some more thoughts on trevor lawrence from trent. I thought was something we had to do here with this three sixty episode. And you had a chance to visit with our buddy trent dilfer. Obviously this is a fun time for us. Because i feel like we get a chance to see these young quarterbacks grow up in front of our eyes. And so what i would like to do is go back to twenty seventeen to the top guys that came through the process process. Trevor lawrence justin feels. Let's story trevor lawrence when you first laid eyes on trevor lawrence. What did you think he was a sophomore or freshman highschool care member. And i said i'll be here was a kid that already was mature beyond his years obviously was a great athlete but was also pretty clean. You've been coached very well. In georgia by joey king had developed well had played a lot of seven on seven and already had played a lot of football level so he looked like a man even when he was fifteen sixteen years old and is he went through the process. He only grew bigger and stronger. More powerful than than honing his craft. And but the thing. I was the story about trevor. Isn't the physical stuff. It's the mental stuff. Is the competitive stuff i i remember at the opening of the year he was there. He was a sponge with. Craig nall one of our coaches who played seven years in the. Nfl was bugging him late at night going into his room after hours and asked him to teach more ball is a kid that loves football. He loves to learn. He has zero entitlement to him. He has no ego as team. Above self guy so he checks every single boxer is to check as a prospect. He was checking back near seventeen years. Old i mean. I remember seeing watching them at the opening scene. This guy could go to an nfl training camp right now and throw one one throw routes on air and look like an nfl quarterback. You know it's funny that you talk about that. I just think that remember getting tough for him. A little bit at at the opening in the finals. What did you discover and watching him. Go through some adversity as a young person. What's the biggest thing i look for. Be quite honest with you. Ally base a lot of my evaluations respond to setbacks We look at it in game with an acronym pace plays after critical flares Study that really hard and in that environment a camp environment or high school football game environment of practice environment off the field. A guy can be a knucklehead off-the-field and housing respond to that after the fact. So i think it's i think that that evaluation has a lot to do with their long term success. Because you're gonna have a lot of setbacks. you're going to have a lot of adversity. It's not what happened to you. It's how you respond to it and then trevor's a guy bit whether it was the old venetian whether it was not winning the final game of his high school career. Whether it was a setback at clemson he's always been a guy that bounces back. Better the next opportunity and that's really what you're looking for him and tom. Brady's a lot of interceptions he's lost. A lot of games is a lot of stinkers bad series. I think what separates ms that relentless pursuit of the next opportunity. And that's why he's been his best for twenty one years most situations. Yeah me kind of echoed. What what he had said to me right back. I mean is it looks like. Nfl quarterback is as high school. He did an trent talked about the adversity that trevor face during that event and our say having competed against trevor doing that event It was difficult for him because it had been very easy for him to dominate. And it's the first time that i would say the playing field is level. And so the seat. Trevor have some struggles but to see the resiliency. The toughness degraded and determination where he was able to bounce back and finish off strong Once again when you're evaluating quarterback you always looking at. How do they respond to bad things. Daddy event trent kinda talked about but but trinh kinda saw some of those things that we all see and we all like about him. Build is toughness. Because i think toughness comes out in a few different occasions. They know how our next guest. Here's somebody that's known trevor. Again going all the way back to seventh grade. So we're getting some some some really good looks at trevor lawrence from different angles. Here this is ron veal. Who is a private quarterback coach against work with trevor lawrence middle school the way through high school and we had a chance to visit with ron the first time that you met trevor. When was that in and tell us a little bit about that one. Well the first time i met him was at a football camp around the age will high schools i mean most ramble seven great. He came out to account Long and lanky and one of the parents introduced me to him. And that's how. I started thinking about him. Being long lanky. How were you able to build up his mechanics. So he's able to come such an efficient passer at a high school. I really think that was It was already there. He was more a bottoms up. Guy where you work on his foot work of delivery was already there. Just clean up a little bit as he as he matured in his body caught up to his age and his broke but for throwing the ball. That was already there was just. I think he's just natural. No doubt coach when when you look at trevor. We see you know. We saw it in the ohio state. Game and twenty thousand nine when he took off and ran just the example of athlete that he is field. Tackle at is still running. Catch you tigers words. Wow hey changing. Play zero moment during your time training with him. Working out with him that that kind of jumped out to you. Just as overall athleticism. He played baseball as well so he was well. Rounded athlete athletic and the drills that we do for us like movements and get out volatile right so those things are there. I just didn't know that fast when he ran away from those guys on ohio state. Great lengthening a lot of coach. You talk about the athleticism. The one of the things. That trevor is known for his competitiveness. When you've been working with them have you seen examples. Do you have examples of wind. That competitive fire has come out. I think he's more of a perfectionist with the competitiveness. Every ball has to be a great place him that insure right He always worked on his craft fourth night time so i think that competitive edge is always there especially in that game a think airbus see how he looks and thanks might be a soft kid but he's very competitive and you'll fight fighting in which we know. He had a huge reputation. Come out of high school. Do you remember when that kind of exploded when he started to get really a lot of attention locally and then kind of growing beyond locally to nationally and how did he handle that. I think he howard well back end for all the attention he received on high school and idiom starving middle school because everybody knew he was in. He started as a freshman in high school as a ninth grader. Playing football in georgia. That's pretty impressive. And he started for four years and he went through it. I think three state championships in one couple state championships and for as the hype as always remember. We will add chick-fil-a when watching film this elderly lady said you. Trevor lawrence take a patriots. Went get an autograph. And he was so gracious in. That wasn't arrogant or anything like that. So at that point in time that he learned how to deal with his status as a celebrity real quick. I follow up on that coach as somebody who played quarterback if my if i had a quarterback coach who was training me at a chick-fil-a i do believe i would have far exceeded the level at which i played. I mean that is next level right there the spot with new form all the stuff but it works i Was right across the street from his This one coach one thing on trevor. Because you talked about him. Being a freshman Leading a team success. One of the things that he's known for is winning What is it about him that enables him to get his team to the winner's circle consistently a selfish person and he could make other people around him better from the last guy on the roster to the i got rawson treats everybody the same and he leads by example. He's not at rug out but he leads by example he's the first and last for now he's Encourage encourage encourage in august. The biggest thing i see from him. What was the reaction from from the community Seeing after he goes to clemson and that game where he is a young player. Tears up this legendary alabama defense when win a national championship. What was your reaction from folks in town there. Well you know. He's north of atlanta. I'm sure he was out for to the hill but what he's doing for the is here in atlanta metro areas. Just showing that. There's a way that you can accomplish all this. Thanks bye. just don't work being being hobble as you go about what you're doing and just sesa comfortable hard work and i think e putting a whole lot hard work along with the talent that he has with those two kids being together coach they ever trained together the justin and trevor ever trained together and if so what was that like well we only did it. One time i said to what they said what we had it. Where a freshman year at georgia or going into the freshman year georgian clemson on the field together and usually neither one of them during a session. So this session was even extra quiet because you can see the competitive level goal goal goal in noses type of session where you don't really say much you just watching enjoy it because it was much to say just they. They went at it from head. Start to finish and Just pretty good pretty good coach. How unusual is it too. I mean topics within thirty five miles of each other. Is there a better quarterback talent in that area in georgia. Yeah right now. I'm kind of biased. But yeah i think we have a good group of people trained quarterbacks in atlanta right now and now atlanta has a group of kids maybe fifteen twenty years right now be want office georgia and i don't know if it's a high bid but something's happening in some some good is happening now in and we'll take it so like i said those two kids are helping so many other kids that they probably wouldn't even know about four zero dreams clinton next level or even making it to nfl but what they're doing is really helping a lot of kids in retro from the standpoint. Like i can do the same thing. If i really really focused on what i'm doing and and i respect and how will be humble about. The game is nowhere. It can take somewhere couple takeaways here buck first of all. I love the fact that he's doing work and chick-fil-a that's that's a win for me that's That's going to get you a little bump up the grade now watching film it and chick-fil-a but to me the other thing that really stood out is the fact that we talk about this phrase and i think some people. Maybe they'd think it's it's hokey. Or what have you but when you say guys a natural thrower some of these kids you can just tell the first time they picked up a baseball or football like that's what it was supposed to look like and and to me. That's kind of trevor. Just a real easy natural thrower yet easy natural thrower And i think to talent is always there when you look at it. Because it doesn't look like he exerts a lot of energy and effort when he makes throws Code vehicles outlining trevor's like perfectionist. Tendencies in how he just wants to do it right all the time and how. He's driven to do those things. I think that's a common thread that shared amongst great players and so to identify in spot. That in trevor lawrence early. I think he kind of highlights. Why he's been able to have the success that these add as a young player or used to say in the draft room. You know our bosses used to tell us. Hey paint a picture of this player. You know. Paint a picture. Where if we've never seen before you got to describe him and tell us about him so we can close our eyes and imagine what he looks like. That's what we're trying to do here. In this three sixty episodes. Hopefully you've got a good feel for what trevor was like kind of coming through high school and in the early development and when he got started in this sport now we want to transition to what took place once. He got clemson Because he has had one of the better college career as a of a quarterback that we've seen and gosh since we've been doing buck going back twenty years Jump into that and to do that. Let's bring back coach. Dabo sweeney for a little bit about what took place there at clemson. I think trevor can be an international superstar. There's not many football players that become international superstars. I think part of the part of that is just because we all wear helmets and uniforms and you kinda get identified by that and then you take helmets off and you know you become a normal person. Sometimes you blend in. Trevor doesn't blend in in any regard. And i think that ike he's one of those guys that just because of his presence of he's got a chance to really transcend the sport. What would you give. Because i know what i would give. What would you give to just be able to wear trevor's hair for like maybe a week. If you want with that man for the week what would you know you. Ll ask that question. How would how would put my wig on. Because i gotta service oriented for halloween. I've worn it to a couple of thi meetings along the way and had some fun with that. But you know. I don't know seems like a lot of work to me. Don't worry about shampoo and you know the flip and all that stuff but hey it works for him. I don't know that. I could pull it off but i guess sixty six goes with it but you know the cool thing about him is is. He does have this look of hollywood. You know he really does. But he. I'm telling you he is the most on hollywood guy you're ever gonna make is very simple very disciplined routine guy and just just very normal very normal guy like i said. He looks like he's got all this almost some premadonna to him but he does it man. He's he probably uses pantene sample shampoo that we have to. We have to do comps right. So you know for the network we always have to come up with comparisons for these guys. And so whichever i said. Well he's not. There's not one conference. He's kind of a unicorn and that degree so to me. I just said look. He's got justin herbert's frame. He's got jennifer aniston's hair. yeah. I don't really have a comp for him either i mean i really don't i don't know he is is very unique. You know we did. I just did a thing with peyton. We did a little thing down at the golf star masters golf tournament. That kind of fun seeing those to you because that was really his he wrote up statement. And that's why we're sixteen was spaded. Payton was funny because he was like eilly. You know if. I was his hero. You wish you to chosen mama mater but you know he's he's he's big like peyton but just a better athlete just flat out wine. I mean he's so different. I can't really recall anyone like him. That combination of that size and speed and an arm town. It's it's unique and an incredible football. Iq to go with. I mean he's got a high aptitude for the game processes. Things quickly anticipates. Well you can make all the throws and got a bright future for sure why. I thought it was fascinating buck when we think of cops. I don't know that there is one for trevor. Just different right. I mean we can say a little bit of this guy a little bit of that guy but it's As coach said it's it's hard to come up with one yet is hard to come up with one and when we think about trevor and you watch him you know it's funny because you just don't see guys kiss is with his athleticism his arm talent. I know recently we've seen just in her become into the league. But it's kinda hard to compare somebody like this so quickly but yet trevor's it is unique player. He's a bit of a unicorn at a position no doubt he's definitely different All right let's let's get back to his parents here This is jeremy and amanda lawrence about that That magical run their his first year at clemson list a. I want to go back to you on this one. The is freshman year. And i. i believe. I don't know if the jerseys behind your from that from that season or not but to step on that stage and take over the position when he did and then to go on that run i mean. What was that like for you for you as parents. I'll start with you it just to experience. What a magical time. That was for him in your family. It was really exciting. I mean i was so proud of him and and you know. He went out and competed and he didn't let any kind of press. Or you know you know. I guess what the the press was anticipating or whatever. He didn't let that bother him he. He knew that he had a job to do when he went to clemson that he was going to compete for a starting job. That's what all the quarterbacks do any position that you're assigned to or that you play. And he gave it his all and yeah the super proud of him. I new you have to be proud of. Not only what. He's become on the field with a seemed like over the last year so he's really grown into the leadership position in terms of the face of clemson. Have you seen him grow from. Your own is as apparent in terms of a leader and as a a role model for others. Well i mean one one thing that comes to mind. Straight away is State game when we were down and then we ended up coming back in and winning that game. I mean he didn't let anything get him down. He really picked up his tame amazon. Guys you know we can do this and really just didn't give And he's he's always been persistent in that aspect and yeah i'm just super proud and how he's brown has later and he can. You know be an example to his teammates card worker. And don't give up. You know he realizes. Along with that the the platform be has to impact people off the field and he embraces that and really wants to take advantage of that opportunity. So i think he's definitely ground in that capacity and he will continue to do that while this is. This is probably the most important question that i have you. Guys you guys have been great with us today. I just. I got to know as somebody who's a little bit thin up here and as bucky who somebody who's more thin up the where does this beautiful flowing hair come from from trevor. Who did he get his hair from. Not for me. And he had a head full head. That's you realize guys that's the first. That's the first endorsement deal that's coming. I mean if it hasn't come already. I mean that's the first one that's coming if he's gonna have shampoo deal before the first contract is even sign absolutely. I think he's going to have a chiampou deal bucket. I think that's coming. It's just a matter of time there. That's that's the easiest marketing anybody could ever put together. Absolutely look he has. He has everything that you look for it. It's easy to be jealous when you see a kid who has all the size and physical gifts that that you want you see. The hair was certainly stands out. It makes an even bigger superstar when you look at it and then just the overall talent and the way that he wins. Some guys just have that magical ability to get their team to the winter circle. Trevor went on one of the best runs that we've seen in college for volunteers of leading the tigers to their first national sham ship. For you're him to do it as a freshman is uncommon. Definitely great to catch up with his parents again on that topic all right. Let's bring back trent again. Trent knows trevor. Going back to the elite eleven. And i thought he has a good feel for the evaluation. And what you see when you study and what he did it. Clinton trevor was s. No title very early in his career. And then he gets clemson back but he. He loses in the semifinals and then loses in the finals during those two years in watching him as a college player. What are the things that you're most impressed with. And what do you think that he has to continue to work to be the player that we all think that he could be the next level all star with what it needs to improve on. It's been something he's been work on since high school but just recently in the last couple of months he's really identified it with jordan palmer. I spoke to jordan a couple weeks ago. I'm the things that trevor came in wanting to work on the same things that myself and jordan and others kind of identified. He's got to become more flexible in his upper torso. He has very poor drastic flexibility therefore he doesn't rotate as a thrower. He goes distorted forward as a thrower so he tends to be wide and spread out at times that leads to some of the inconsistencies address. That already he wants to play at the more stable base wants to stay more level so fundamental stuff fundamental stuff. That will lead to more consistency. And that's the only knock you can find on trevor. Is that every once in a while a ball. Get away from him when he's really trying to rip it or when he's rushed because there's some slight tweaks who needs to make fundamental but that's really yet he has is good is for the game is good a presence in the pocket a feel for people around him win to become a window. Attack the line of scrimmage. A runner and wind up by time shuffles and slides and the pocket. There's a great clip. I think is against notre dame in the playoff game where they're running kind of a dive in fake across route and then a high corner off of it and he's getting pressured and ninety nine point. Nine percent of quarterbacks would have not bought the tai to make the throw and he goes backwards in the pocket because the defense of limes linemen are coming up on them and takes probably sixty percent off the ball lays it out to a spot and they get thirty yards out of it a little nuances like that this game. He's playing the professional level game at the college level He's a he's a horse. Power twitch guy kind of introduce this concept a couple years ago with just and herber as a sophomore and saying you know there's a guy coming up it has a rare combination of horsepower and twitch to simply what she gives you guys have horsepower. They're very powerful. they're strong. They have physical confidence. Ben rothlisberger cam newton some of the giants of the game but they lack some twitch. They lack that Next seen other gone or is icy and it comes out of their hands. Then you see a little guys. At times johnny manziel of some of the smaller guys that they're so twitchy but they lack power will very rarely. Do you find the guys that have andrew lock was really the first one lack the little twitch but had it. I thought herber was another one that had it. And now you're looking at lawrence is really the ultimate model horsepower twitch so from a trade standpoint that's what it is and then he has every throw in the catalog. We always talked about. How big is your from. Catalog guys graded outbreaking route. Some guys are good at target route. Some guys throw a lot of crossing routes some guys though. Some runner-up runaway routes deep ball. Quick gave rpo catching throw whatever it is. He's got them. All the one thing about this offense is. It's i wouldn't call it a system at times. It's lacking but over his career. They have added all to the catalog and he's pretty much made every throw. You're going to be asked to make in his college career deep throat. Just these touch. I like that but of course power twitch. I've used both those individually talk about guys having horsepower talk about guys having twitch trenton. Combine them altogether together. I mean he he does have. I mean extraordinary gifts. And that's why because we talk about the six five six six frame but the athleticism and in the arm talent to whip is outstanding in terms of being able to push you down the field the way the ball comes out you talked earlier about him being a natural thrower and so yet the the best pitches are the ones that can mix a little power with a little finesse. Trevor lawrence is able to do that It's always great when you can talk to somebody. That is an expert at the quarterback position as well as somebody who's coached a trevor lawrence and we had that opportunity To visit with david cut cliff. Who's the head coach at duke duke and one of the premier voices on the quarterback position. I do want to ask you about somebody that you had a chance to to coach against. I know somebody that you had on campus as well. You've known for for a long time. And that's trevor lawrence going to be the first pick here to the jacksonville jaguars. But what was your first exposure to him. And what was your takeaway. Well i mean first of all. He's bigger than you state Es faster than you think he is. Okay a high school coach. Well he was well coached and trained in highschool but the things that his high school coach said about him as a person as a teammate. I think he's displayed it. Clemson did he's great teammate. Which is extremely important. Probably the greatest compliment athlete can get this being a great teammate. And i shall i do. Thank you humble hardworking You know where. He is and his progression as a quarterback. I would know as much about but he does possess the skill level and really again going back to have great respect for his high school coach and remember everything he said about. Trevor makes you realize that these guys the intangibles as well is great to hear you talk about that one more perspective on trevor. It being on the opposite sideline when faced trevor lawrence. What are you feel like facing a guy like that was the challenge when you face someone who's as talented and anemic as well. I mean we didn't really have an answer to be honest with you. The challenges are is that he is big enough and he can be pure in pocket he can do what the guys i've coached before can do. And then he can create so like we played against a man jail in his last game at texas am go to harm We all know the mobility was incredible. But you knew he wasn't going to just stay in the pocket and throw it the way. Trevor can throw trevor control outrivalled song time he can throw digs on time. You know and that that's really to me. What you've got to see is an any certainly the body type. You know to do that. And i think that's the uniqueness through we didn't have an answer i mean if you just try to keep them into pocket rush high. He's going to be successful in their You can't even not rush him and try to jump in bat balls because he's a good side of this guy so we struggled again. Best thing you can do is limit the number of schnaps they get. I thought the stuff about on time. was impressive buck. As much as you know bigger and faster more athletic all that stuff then you may be think when you watch them on tape too when you see them in person i think the fact that he can throw routes on time. I think that point by coach cut cliff was a big one. Yeah that definitely was big one I think the bigger thing was coach cliff pointing out that he just sent. Trevor lawrence was a great teammate So much of what. We talk about the quarterback position has to do with the physical ability but it's a leadership position in being able to connect all types of players from different parts in different backgrounds and all those things Support them into get all of those guys moving in the right direction for an opposing coast to be able to see that in identified that in trouble lawrence. It just tells you how special trouble ours is. I think it's interesting when just a connecting the dots and coach cliff having coach peyton manning You think about trevor lawrence wearing that number is davos. Told us because of peyton manning at tennessee So to me. I just think it's it's interesting when you see this kind of path that he's on and there are. He does have a little bit of peyton manning to his game obviously is different athlete but there is There is some similarities. There it's fascinating when you when you get a chance to connect all these dots Another coach there in the acc that we have a great relationship with one of my coaches from from app. State is is a scott satterfield. Who's done a really nice job. There with louisville football program We had a chance to visit with him and ask him his thoughts on trevor lawrence. I don't think you saw them this year. I don't think he played clemson this year. But i know you saw in. Nineteen just just playing playing against In coaching against trevor lawrence and then also seen him. I'm sure you saw tun across over tape this year. This your take on him as a former quarterback yourself well you know. He's he's really unbelievable. I i try to find a weakness on him. And i don't know what it is i'd be interested in here. You're taking what weakness you may think he has because he's six six. He runs like a six foot tremendous arm. He's he's very accurate. You know but. But i think the one thing that i love more about him than anything else is just his demeanor in his approach to the game. I think that sets him apart from from everybody else. You know when you have that i mean. He's he's more in line of of the peyton manning. The tom brady drew brees. He's got that about and so those kinds obviously hall of fame type layers so he has the talent. He's got the skill set more so than you know tom. Brady's tall but he can't run. Drew is shore. You know we've got a great arm you know. So he's got kind of all those intangibles loss the things that you want the leadership the humbleness that has you know the team first mentality. people want to play for him and get everything half or he's gonna make everybody around him better you know so he. He's a he's a. He's a unicorn. I'm up and i think the thing you do is kind of nitpick like when you play those games. Lsu high state. Maybe win the pressure in the late. Change in coverage they trick them a little bit but he is so good. I think coach for you. I think is always fascinating to get a coach's perspective when you're on the other side lines and your team is playing against a duke. A franchise quarterback. What does that feel. Like when you're facing and does it change how you approach it from office defense. Like what is it like facing a topnotch quarterback on the well. Yeah yeah it's very challenging. Obviously now we played them two years ago and we had pigs so he had zone interception while we ended up picking them all. He threw into covers a little bit. You know trying to force the ball sometimes. Quarterbacks do that but i think you really just trying to contain them. I mean really. You know you know. He's going to be able to make those plates. The thing about clemson to is that you had some other players. That are really good. You know some of the running back. So i'm really really just can't try to focus. Oh stop him so on. That's where it makes it really challenging. I think but. I think you just want to try to keep everything in front. Y'all wanna give up those big plays on that he's obviously capable of doing try. Try to make him get impatient. I think so you know. Just give him the underneath throws and if you'll take them all day you know some quarterbacks won't you know they they want to get to throw that ball downfield and get a little bit hungry and eager to throw the ball down field. That's where you get in trouble. But if he's has that patients then it's gonna be hard to beat him you know because they ask somebody greg. Weapons around the. It's very difficult. I think when you're facing somebody that caliber town. Why did you know coach. I prefer it for the teams. Just give me the underneath stuff. I didn't really want to take those layups all day. Long a prophet if somebody wants to get back again book leadership humility. Some of those things that come up that you would think is an opposing coach. You wouldn't really pay attention to more the skill set stuff but man it just comes out. Everybody we talk to. It comes out so is obvious. Dj that Trevor lawrence displays something on the field. That other coaches can kinda sense. Sometimes we talk about the fact factor in the swagger. But when i get that i get in trouble lawrence there's this self assuredness disquiet confidence that you can just pick up. That he kind of has this. I got it. Don't worry about a team. I got it. And i think opposing coaches recognize. That and i appreciate that no doubt. We've got a chance to visit with coaches and family members Player guys that have coached against him. Trainers you name it buck. We've talked to just about every we haven't talked to is a teammate. And we couldn't get through this episode without getting a glimpse of trevor lawrence as a teammate. And we did that. Fortunately you're able to catch up with arguably the best running back in this year's draft. Class his teammate travis. So in thinking about clubs in your program you guys have been so successful and so there's naturally a lot of attention on the players. They one of the players has been. Trevor lars what is it like to play with trevor lawrence what did you like in the huddle trump. He just cool calm collected. I mean he buses beam. But when you do everyone stops listen and appalachian trail the skies little for him man. I mean it was really a great experience. Humbly spatial Play with the number one. Cornerback number where pig eventually. So at me under celebrate grateful that i got to play with him and me nan. Though the those take for granted but looking back on your the specimen was you know you guys were special. You guys accomplished a lot and it's funny because both you guys were very very young players won the national title Did i ever seemed like it was overwhelming for you or for trevor. Like to step in that step on that big stage and really lead the no sir not. Ill never overwhelming. We have like that goes credits at our culture Ju just a group of god that we had around us each for trump to step in lead because everyone so about their business and we all have one goal so it was easy for him to step in there and and just do while bach. I think we're kind of painted the picture here. This is a. There's a humble confidence to trevor. Lawrence is good as he. Is there still more for him ahead. I think travis eat the good job kind of paint that picture. Yeah he talked about it not be into big for him. And i think we all have been around players where we'd like to see him impressive moments and how they respond and for a young player freshman player to play on a big stage and not to become overwhelmed by the task at hand Once again it just kinda further confirms A lot of beliefs from sc ousted. This guy is qb one. He is the guy he should be celebrated as one of the best that we've seen. Come through the pipeline. And i think everything that we've heard from those that know him will from his family members to his coaches to opposing coaches says. Trevor is that dude. And i think if you're a team that is looking for a quarterback a franchise quarterback houston at the top of the board. When you just listen to the background all of those things make you really want to check off all the boxes and it just got to lead you to believe that this guy is going to have tremendous success when he gets to the next level that he is going to be able to all the things that are put on him as a franchise quarterback and that if given the time and given the support that are some point he is going to help his team win and win big. Yeah we we think about him and context of kind of the draft grades. If given out andrew luck his only quarterback. I've given a higher grade to going back to three and for context. I would say. I had just a little bit higher grade on myles garrett so miles gird musician we say probably the best player his position the nfl. I have a little bit lower grade on trevor lawrence than myles garrett. But he's in that conversation which is a pretty select group is easy to put big raise on players that not only were you see the talent on film but when you dig into the background. It appears that they are very very committed to be the best that they can be. And i think with trevor all signs point to this guy be an outstanding pro player. Now sometimes we can never guarantee that it's going to work out like that but you get the sense that he is going to do everything within his power to make sure that he performs at a high level and that he's worn to bring his teammates with them. I'm willing to bank on a guy like that. I'm willing to grow the diced at a guy like that figures it out. Yeah when you get a elite traits and elite intangibles. That's when you get conviction on players you know that's when you feel confident and comfortable pushing your chips in. And he has that so he's got everything you want from skillset standpoint and then you add all the off the field stuff that checks out so Yeah to me. He's pretty easy evaluation. And i think it's like that for most of the league And i'm excited. I cannot wait to see him get on. Nfl field and see what he can do. You know you'll have tremendous success. It may not happen immediately But i think when supported in the right environment this guy is going to be a star at the next level. Everything that he's done to this point suggests that he'll be a superstar can imagine a changing right now. No i'm with you. I hope you guys have enjoyed this. It's been great to do a deep dive on trevor lawrence for this. Move the sticks. Three sixty episode. We've got a couple more you can check out They're coming so they're on the way the lookout for those as we As we celebrate some of the best players and this year's draft class this has been the move the sticks three sixty episode trevor lawrence. See next time right here.

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Full Episode: Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Nightline

18:15 min | 8 months ago

Full Episode: Tuesday, January 26, 2021

"The great thing. Thank you for joining us tonight. The world reaching one hundred million covert infections president biden looking to buy enough vaccine to knock you late nearly every american by summer but for some of those who have survived the fight of their life. There's still a real struggle that can be neg chronic and ever present. Here's abc's janai. Norman shane as we back is one of the survivors. She was sick for weeks after contracting covid last march but thought she was turning the corner by may all of a sudden later into june early july just had slew of new symptoms to severe muscle pain to the point that some days. I didn't feel like i can walk. My legs hurt. So bad. The once fun loving twenty-six-year-old found herself here months after her initial diagnosis at the mount sinai center for post covid care in new york city undergoing tests and treatment for persistent code symptoms. I fell lake. No-one mistaking me seriously before. And because there was no like founded historical medical evidence of kobe. long-haul. I just didn't feel like i ever had a voice that people would listen to you so for you. What does a good day look like not having taking. Walk down block without into recover afterwards. It's it's tiny victories for me. At this point shayna is one of a growing number of people suffering from acute post kovic syndrome. They're being called long. Haulers people still experiencing debilitating symptoms long after having cove it in the us over. Twenty five million people one in every thirteen americans has tested positive for covid. Nineteen studies now. Estimating that about ten percent of those patients have experienced long term symptoms. It's possible for me to kind of go through a name. Every different system that can be affected and patients can can still be experiencing issues with the teed. Headaches cognitive dysfunction exercise intolerance shortness of breath on exertion feelings of temperature irregularities the virus and its lingering effects indiscriminate. Where i folio. We're going to die from twenty-eight-year-old soccer coaching connecticut. Unable to get out of bed. I just have cured dizziness for two thirteen year. Old maggie flannery. She contracted the virus last spring along with the rest of her family. Her parents and two brothers all quickly recovered but maggie is still dealing with symptoms appearing lightheaded. My attitude has of need decreased checks in my chest. Pain is always there. And i have trouble taking a deep breath in carterville. Georgia sean evans is still feeling the pain triggered by a positive. Covid nineteen diagnosis. How do you feel today. I'm okay feel a lot better than yesterday. Yeah fill okay. Yesterday was tough. Yeah dallas this yesterday and those days are usually a little bit harder. Sean says the virus not only attacked his lungs but also his kidneys vallis. This is really hard on your body and one of the worst things is muscle cramps. And it's something. I've never felt before. Sometimes they get so bad to wear. You know it's really painful covert. It's like playing russian roulette because you never know if it's just gonna be mild symptoms or if you're going to end up on a respirator. Our favorite pictures. It was early. March when sean and sara in the mr planning their summer wedding we gave her a bucket of pedals dreams of walking down the aisle postponed after the forty year. Old father of two began experiencing the telltale signs of covert got so bad to wear. I couldn't even walk ahead all kinds of coughing. Lost my sensitive taste smell for a week. He ignored the symptoms but knowing he suffers from high blood pressure and diabetes. Sean finally rushed to the emergency. Once i went in the hospital. They diagnosed me with pneumonia. the flu covid and the main thing was my kidney failure. Shut my kidneys down completely so you feel like what you're dealing with today is still tied all of it back to when you got covert last year. Oh you kidding. Her to the dallas. Almost a year later his life upended and forever changed. He receives dialysis three times a week. Each exhausting session four hours long. Sean is also awaiting a kidney transplant. I won't be the same. I mean you know. Even even once. I get a kidney transplant. They only last about what fifteen to twenty years if if someone were to donate alive kidney math numbers what do we do. When you're st you'll be looking for another kidney. Her going back on dallas this again one medical journal citing that approximately forty percent of covid nineteen patients reported temporary kidney damage and while data is spares and widely varies another study reporting recovery rate is high. Finding eighty. Four percent of survivors fully regained kidney function. The full scope of the viruses long-term effects still remains unknown for people like diana baron. She believes part of unraveling. The mystery lies in making sure. We have accurate. An up to date data barrett fell victim to the virus in early march at a time when colin was still incredibly new. I just knew it even though the first person and all of new york city had only been diagnosed twelve days earlier. I knew that this was at high. It's friday realizing the lack of available information day starting to coasting video diaries of her experience to educate as she quarantined. The road to recovery is not necessarily a straight line. Kinda like one step forward one step back. Encouraged by the following. She gained barron decided to launch survivor. Corps a nonprofit dedicating to crowdsourcing information from its members with no data has been collected on the vast majority of patients like me. Who had what. I call the tylenol and gatorade variety of covid. What that meant was that people needed this group to reach out to one another to share information and as a result we ended up sitting on the largest data set on non hospitalized patients in the world barrett hopes the data her organization provides. We'll help other covert long haulers. We are designing what we think is deliver best practices to create a foundation for a pathway to recovery. For what they post covid care center should look like what works. What doesn't work despite the growing number of people struggling with long-term effects there are still nineteen states without post covid care centers the healthcare burden that we're gonna face because of individuals that are requiring so much care with. This condition is an enormous. Dr dana. Mccarthy is rehab physician at mount sinai in new york. She's been treating patients at the mount sinai center for post. Covid care the largest of its kind in the country while experiencing residual effects herself. Every time i attempted to exercise. I get crushing fatigue and very severe headaches so although i have those issues at present there are there are many who are suffering from much worse when you first started seeing patients coming to you with these sort of symptoms were they second guessing themselves and having some anxiety about whether what they were feeling was real and whether it was connected to covid one hundred percents at the beginning we were still in the height of of the epidemic pandemic new york and so many building hospital is the people who weren't were kind of left to their own devices so from the outset right they are not having access to care and then when these symptoms kind of were prolonged and they would go in and they'd have workup and things were coming back negative. They're getting set the emergency department. Their primary cares what to do with them and it became kind of this rhetoric. It is all in your head. Unfortunately despite the initial difficulties some having getting cova care centers like mount sinai and others like it have become lifesavers for long haulers and the patients that you're seeing. Are they getting better. They are yeah. It's just very slow extremely so and the problem is people trying to understand what it takes for them to get better. It's one hearing it to processing and then committing to actually having to change your lifestyle for sean evans. And his wife. Sarah life has been full of changes including last summer when the couple made good on their promise to one another and got married a silver lining for a family with a renewed appreciation for life and each moment spent together every circuit with me every day. But it's it means a lot more of the names of the people you love because you're not promised tomorrow you know when something does happen to you you you really realize what they're mean to you you know you don't want him to get out how much you care. Our thanks to jay coming up how kobe bryant propel women's basketball inspire girl dads around the world. Staying informed has never been more important. Get information is coming at us faster than ever. So how do you make sensible start here. Hey i'm brad milkey from abc news. In every weekday we will break down the latest headlines in just twenty minutes straightforward reporting dynamic interviews and analysis from experts. You can trust always credible always solid start here from abc news twenty minutes every weekday on your smart speaker or your favorite podcast app. today marks. the wonder anniversary kobe. bryant has daughter gianna and seven other passengers were killed in a helicopter crash in southern california. Makeshift memorials around los angeles offering tributes to all we lost that day tonight. A look at the espn special in the lasting. Legacy of the black mamba. Here is maria taylor. Upon a time young basketball player who had dreams of becoming one of the greatest basketball players of all time is lord. Welcome to comb. Show can't decide to skip in today day and night every day from using got to glued to the next toby bryant. One of the greatest players. Play the game as time went on. Would you come to realize that the most important thing is how your career touches those around to. I'm a girl. dad. I would have five more. By is our greatest male ally. He was the one that was providing legitimacy to our far can inspire fruits. And do something to that. Success stall inspired. That's true greatness. What defines a legacy is it stats. Championships a mindset kobe. Bryant had it all but for women's basketball perhaps the most important thing he left behind is inspiration as a debbie player every day we face so many stigmas and stereotypes that entire narrative that women are less than women don't deserve visibility. That was going away with kobe. Just simply walking into arena and cheering us on came to a lot of our games. He was at our all star game last year. He went to uconn games He went to oregon game. Kobe was like how do you get more fans in seats now that everyone knows how he was mentoring and sponsoring these elite women athletes in the wnba think. Kubis legacy helps us more innovative around. Think the minute he was finished. Playing it was okay. I took everything out of this game. Possibly how do i help other players get bud. This incredible amount a women's basketball players had a chance to work with him and they came away thinking he's a fan any wants us to get better and he stays in contact with him the other night. Who does this was a second. Why would he say to adam silver. I don't wanna talk about the nba. I wanna talk to the wnba mission. Her on six weeks into the job just in his dna to try to create a everything. I think we only saw the lens for so long. She was like okay. I'm transitioning from giving my all on the court to giving my all to different mediums. To my tim. Being able to coach his team have his daughter on. That team was huge for he wanted to be the best but also the best coach that you could and so. I think his daughter he was able to do that as we learned to accept what the sports world is like without him. One thing is certain. Kobe bryant may have just been scratching the surface and his legacy continued to ignite the popularity of women's hoops. He wanted to do more. He wanted to get more involved. He wanted to expand mamba kademi. Dig deeper into it and and just added more layers to it in that area with those kids the infringe immeasurable. They don't remember the as much kobe. The guy fist-pumping because he just wanted an nba championship. They remember him sitting on the bench trying to get them better him being practice. I'm trying to show that some. He's always respected and cold sinar game. After he retired he started piecing. It's like this is our greatest meal outline him coming to our games him bringing his daughter has truly helped our game growing ways that we didn't even imagine and it's unfortunate that we will we recognize what's gone but the beautiful thing is now we have so many people that should be warriors people that want to carry on his legacy forever and that's the beauty and the tragedy You understand that. I'm doing my job as a father. Colby was the mvp girl. Dad's taught them how to be brave and how to keep pushing forward. When things get tough he would sing them silly songs and continue making them laugh. He loved me. John is basketball coach. Our youngest john twelve and she's practicing playing basketball every single day. One little step back. I asked if he wanted more children and without hesitation he said i would have five four girls if i could. I'm girl dad power to turn back time. I would think about it every moment that you go through means absolutely nothing which can always go back to lose. It's flavor since loses. Its its bean. Things are finally moments. Won't ever come again and finally tonight no friend left behind. I'm all voting. That smoking is a lucky door. Trapped after deadly tornado tore through dale alabama last night scared and shivering in the basement of his home where he and his owners sought shelter from the storm. Lots of debris on top of all smoking family finally reaching in rescuing him today. It was american wildlife photographer. Roger who said dogs on our whole lives but they do make our lives whole. That's nightline for this evening. Thanks for the company. America good night.

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S10 EP128: Hour 1 - Federal Electile Dysfunction

The Erick Erickson Show

37:45 min | Last month

S10 EP128: Hour 1 - Federal Electile Dysfunction

"It's that time boys and girls welcome eric. Your accent here. Hope you're having a good day so far the full number. If you wanna be a part of the program. Eight seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. We need avid talk. Because i'm hearing this more. And more. And i know some of you believe it. A lot of my friends particularly those on social media are convinced the vaccines the virus. The masks all of it is the government trying to exert control over you that we're at a point in this country where the government of the united states is working very hard to exercise control. The progressives wanna take over they want to dominate you and so many people are just goosestepping and getting in line and by god. That's what all this is. It is to control and dominate you. You're not in your head. I dissent. I don't think what's going on. Is the government trying to control you and just before you check out. Let me make a couple of points. Americans overwhelmingly except in far left progressive. Enclaves are very much like my wife and like your wife if you're married Wives you know this is true. Your husband tells you that maybe you wanna to go take a nap. you're going to chug espresso and stay up for twenty four hours. I have learned with my wife who i dearly love that My wife is patient. My white this kind. My wife is love. My wife is wonderful cook. My wife is very hard headed and all wives are. I was talking to a friend of mine the other day who has been married for a while and he just chuckled. And said you know if i tell my wife to do something She will do everything on heaven and earth to not do it even though she was on the verge of doing at the moment. I suggested y'all know it's true. Americans are like that it is a very americanism thing and as you see so many people in the media headed in way. That's one reason we have a Massive vein of contrarian ism moving among conservatives right now because conservatives are very mindful that the media is dominated by the left The democrats are in charge of everything right now. And so conservatives have gotten very contrarian and you and i both know dern well if donald trump were in charge and you had kevin mccarthy speaker mitch. Mcconnell is leader of the senate democrats who do not want to get the vaccine it would be the democratic areas of the country that we're lagging for behind. You don't have to believe me. Just looking at their statements from calmly harassed laurence tribe to all the progressives in between the. I'm not going to trust as operation. Were vaccine no way until joe biden got elected and then suddenly we all needed. And you're a terrible person. If you don't get it we are a people of contrarians. Republicans are in charge. Democrats believe x. If democrats are in charge it's the republicans who believe x and if republicans believe x. Democrats believe negative x not why negatively the exact opposite of x. It's the way we are a country. What the government is doing the mask mandates the vaccine mandates the vaccine passwords the demands reback scenes the demands for schools to Socially distance and wear masks. All of this. This is not about controlling new because the government cannot control you. The mayor of the district of columbia ignored her. Own mask mandate at an indoor reception after a wedding and then used liberals in the press to attack the reporter who exposed it. The washington post. God bless them had to call bs on the mayor of washington. Dc and say no. No she actually was violating her mask. Mandate who cares if the reporter wasn't invited who took the picture the mayor of atlanta georgia. Kisha crimewave bottoms has decided instead of fighting crime. She's gonna fight. The virus by imposing a mask mandate in the city. Hardly anyone in atlanta is wearing a mask. I know 'cause. I'm there all the time. My own office has amassed mandate now hardly ever see anybody wearing a mask roam the hallways. You can't tell americans what to do you just can't do it. Hardly any of them will comply except in far left progressive enclaves but the democrats have to be in power and the same and far right enclaves with the republicans are in power. They'll comply and attack. The other side is being noncompliant when the democrats all comply with each other right so we'll do government to do. The government should try to control. No the government can't control you. You're not listening to the government and the police aren't listening to police aren't even policing anymore. They've been under attack. Know what's going on here is theater. This is not some government plot to control you. That's just kooky conservative conspiracy theorizing because joe biden is in charge and it sounds good to a bunch of crazy people on social media. Who you're building your fan base off of know what's actually happening is theater. The government of the united states of america has proven itself incapable of fighting virus. A microscopic organism. the government of the united states cannot fight it effectively. And so it's going through a bunch of theater to try to convince you that it is fighting effectively. It's not this is all about keeping you from freaking out about your government. Failing it's very much like the tsa in insecurity theater airport. You know most of the theater that you see at the airport when you go through security is exactly that theater. It's not actually great at deterring terrorists theater to make you feel safe. The government grasping at straws is designed to avoid a nationwide panic. And make you feel safe. The problem is on display. When you watch television every time anthony vouch he goes on television now. He contradicts himself and makes matters worse. He scares people. He inflames the sensibilities of the media. Who then rush out. Pure born francis collins the head the national institutes of health. He's not on television as much as anthony. Voucher collins is a bit weird dude and he went on television the other day and told people that parents needed to start putting masks on in their own houses around their children and then after he was off television to open my bad. I misspoke rochelle. Walinsky at the centers for disease control and prevention has lost control of her organization if she ever had it you've got members of the cdc leaking fear porn two members of the media. Who then exaggerate the data and then people come back. They wait a second. You're looking at a pride week of in province down massachusetts where you had a bunch of self-declared bears packed into unventilated bars during a rainstorm. That's why they all got the virus this stater. The american government has electile dysfunction. And they're doing everything they can to keep you noticing. Now why does the federal government have electile dysfunction part of the problem here is because both sides not democrats but republicans and democrats alike. Have tried to convince you that. Washington dc is the be all in all even as republicans have been claiming they supported limited government and the government closest to you doing the bulk of the heavy lifting in america they been expanding and growing the federal government and allowing you the idea that the government can and should do more and the government cannot. The government of the united states is not capable of fighting in microscopic organism it has put in charge our healthcare representatives and the bureaucracy of the healthcare who clearly need media lessons who've never had media lessons. Who have by the way. Pay attention here have never operated inside of a global pandemic the last major global pandemic that freaked out. The whole world was the spanish flu and everyone who was in charge. Then is six feet under the government. Trying to reassure you made the face of this whole thing not the president of the united states but the public health bureaucrats who need media messaging and have failed. And now we're seeing how much they really do covet. Trying to tell you how to live your life. And also how inept they are doing so in how incapable they are of enforcing it. Now there are a couple of things you need to know about this one. You shouldn't freak out about the government's incompetence the founders of this country kind of built this incompetence into the constitution. Now what do i mean by that. But don't take me out of context here. The federal government has a limited set. Powers it is not supposed to be plenary powerful. It is not supposed to be omnipotent. It is not supposed to be The the most powerful group. You're the states are the healthcare power the education power. They're supposed to rely with the state's the more. The federal government encroaches on those things the more the federal government steps outside the balance of what the founders intended the federal government to do which we have never amended the constitution to allow the federal government to do as a result. It gets outside its wheelhouse. A government. can't run. The mail on time is hardly equipped to fight a microscopic virus. Unfortunately there are more and more signs are government which is supposed to be able to fight wars. Is it going to be very competent at that. Either particularly china when that happens when not if the federal government needs to recognize it his reach the limits. It's not that america is ungovernable. it's that america was never intended to be governed in the way. We are now trying to govern america. There are a lot of people others all the countries just gotten so big it was it was never meant to be. It's just not governable. Now we gotta do something else. Maybe we need a president to deal with foreign stuff at a prime minister to deal with with domestic stuff. We need some other thing. You got people on the right and left floor flirting with authoritarianism to impose their will. The rest of the country yet can't do that. Why because we are the fourth most populous country on the planet The the or though the third most populous planet on the country. What are we know. we're four binding. In asia china india indonesia the united states of america we are the fourth largest country. We are divided into fifty states. We are divided into multiple regions geographically and otherwise by language. And you're not supposed to govern the country with an iron fist from washington dc. It was never designed to be governed that way. The founders basically baked into the constitution. That the whole thing would break apart if you did that and guess what it looks like. We're on the verge of a national crackup because a government that can't fight a virus. Has people fighting each other and by the way it can't do its basic functions now. Why why is that. Well the founders envisioned a series of checks and balances between three branches of government and also something called vertical federalism. You had a bunch of states remember. The founders already baked into the constitution a path of growth for the government. They contrary to what some people would have you believe. The founders of the country never expected we would continue to be thirteen states they expected massive westward expansion. In fact they put in the northwest ordinance. Pretty quickly to determine how to four news states out of the northwest territories that are now what illinois and michigan and michigan and indiana and ohio. And the like that was already baked into the cake they already knew he was gonna move west and we were going to grow and we had this. Manifest destiny need v from atlantic to pacific and spread out. The plans were baked into the constitution. And the problem. Is that the reason. The country seems ungovernable. Right now is because it is being governed under a constitutional structure that was never meant to allow it to be governed in the way. Republicans and democrats alike are trying to govern it. We have in this country fifty states. Those states are supposed to be the laboratories of democracy. They are the ones supposed to be fighting the viruses. And guess what they're actually doing a pretty good job of it. Believe it or not. You would never know that from the media. Coverage they're all fixated on on florida. You know which state has the worst cove growth right now louisiana but john. Bel edwards is a democrat. And he's not a potential presidential candidate in two thousand twenty four so the media ignores him. West virginia has done a really good job as one of the laboratories of democracy and a lot of states alert for west. Virginia we are a deeply divided nation. That divide is not supposed to matter in the basic functioning of washington. Dc and the rest of the nation. It only does because we've all looked to washington. Dc to be the be all end all the policy the very simple rule that congress has to legislate it is the first article of the constitution because it is the preeminent branch of government eat is not contrary to what you learned in civics coequal. The people through their representatives are supposed to be the dominant branch of government. And right now. Congress keeps abdicating its authority to bureaucrats. The rule needs to be. That of congress can't come together and find consensus on something. It needs to be left to the fifty states because it's clearly not that imported congress barely ever finds common ground on stop. They try to ram it through with partisan bureaucrats Implementing the policy and the custody. She was not designed to do that. If you drive a car in ways a car is not supposed to be driven. Eventually you tear up the car when you run a government in ways. The constitution of that government were designed to never have it be operated by. You eventually begin to tear up the country. And that's what's going on here. The government imposing mask mandates and vaccine passports and the like has nothing to do with them trying to control you. They know they can't control you. What they're doing is trying to pass theater in that theater convince you. That things aren't as derelict in sclerotic as they actually are washington. Dc is incapable of fighting a virus. And they don't want you to think that because they want you to think. Washington is capable and competent in every day. We're more and more likely to realize that you know what things aren't working the way they're supposed to work. Maybe just maybe we need to start clearing up the bureaucracy clearing out the dead wood and letting the states actually function the way the founders designed and guess what we might actually have a government that actually works and confide virus. Hello there it is erickson here Now i'm going to go calls. The full number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five keep in mind. There's a little bit of a delay on our phone system right now. We're working on that. Let's go first to bill. You are going to be first up today. Welcome hi there. Hey this is bill from carterville and I'd like to Ask your opinion on the vaccine being produced and tested with aborted tissues What what what is your opinion of that. And how should a christian look about that. That is a really good question bill. Okay so let's let me delve into the data here because it's a little more complicated. It's not actually tissue That's being used So in nineteen. When was it in the nineteen seventies Hang on. I can tell you. Nineteen seventy-three There was an elected abortion in the netherlands. One elective abortion in the netherlands and from dutch scientists began growing tissue from the aborted fetus but sells individual cells and those cells have been reproduced ever since and the The cell line has actually. I mean they continue to produce those cells nineteen seventies. Now the you need to know that because there was another one in this country in the nineteen eighties as well And those were the only two so it was two separate aborted Babies and cells grow not tissue but individual cells. Now some vaccines have used the cells at is a way to transmit vaccines and there are a lot of Devoutly catholic people who oppose that so for example the johnson johnson vaccine is one that is Uses cells as a vehicle to transmit of the vaccine. Because they use an ad no virus which is a type of It is an actual virus nell the vaccine's from phaser and moderna do not actually use fetal tissue or fetal cells derived from those abortions. And that's very you gotta make this distinction because those two don't what they did do. Is they injected. The marin a vaccine into the cells that are derived to see if it killed the cells or not does he would happen and it was fine but there was no manufacturing Using the aborted Cells there was no production with use of the cells of the amarna vaccine directly. Really clean my personal opinion is what People meant for evil godman for good and these two babies have saved the lives of millions of people Even though their mothers chose to kill them hi there. It is eric your accent here. The phone number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five got a couple of emails during break about the last caller bill. I want to get to more calls but Hold the line. Y'all and let me explain this to you. A little further on the aborted of baby from the nineteen seventies in the netherlands and there was one in this country in californian i think nineteen eighty five So scientists have grown lines of cells from these two babies Not issue you're not you're we're we're talking things you're not going see except under a microscope and though cells have been used in some cases to transport Vaccines to are designed in order to help Back in the sixties and seventies when the immemorial and other vaccines were being derived. In some cases they used fetal cells Those lines if somewhat been extinguished and now we use these two Babies one from the seventies one from the eighties from which all Fetal cells have been grown in order to test. Vaccines the johnson and johnson. Vaccine the reason that single does is it. Uses a virus I it uses an ad no virus that mimics the source cova virus and is injected into you. Your body detects. That virus believes it's cova. amounts an immune response and it uses Cellular structure and Cellular articulate from the aborted baby from the nineteen eighties here in this country in order to be able to transmit itself the the not the johnson. Johnson the rene vaccine's from visor and moderna are different They use messenger are in a which mimics not the virus itself but the protein. You'll see pictures of the co- virus it has. What looks like little golf. Tees on the outside of it Those are proteins and so they mimic those proteins the in a vaccine country a lot of the the the fearmongering online. They're actually pretty cool. Because the rene dies within forty eight hours it only live. That's why they have to keep it so cold and why they have to throw them away after so many hours because they're very very unstable The mr a dis very quickly. Once it's in your body but it's enough for your white blood cells to detect that protein sequence. Go after now all the kovic mutations have that same exterior protein which is why they're still very good evening against like the delta variant for example. Now those are in a vaccine's did not use the aborted sells a lot of people claimed that they did but they did not Now how do i know they did. Not well because it. Mr a vaccine It transmits into the body differently than an ad. No virus adenoviruses requires essentially a cell in which to house. It m are in a actually doesn't live inside cells but transmits into cell. So you don't need the aborted sell to do it now in fairness and this is where some of the consumption comes misconception comes from they did inject some of those cells derived from the aboard cells and to see if they would How they would react. And they reacted fine So you could say. They was tested on them to be sure. I mean the alternative is. They could've found people to tested on but they chose that first to make sure My view on this is that the cells are far far far removed from the aborted babies in the nineteen. Seventy thousand nine hundred eighty s. I'm reminded the story of joseph and his brothers in scripture. What they meant for. Evil god for good Those two babies. I don't they don't They're not even named they were two elective abortions Every cell scientists used to test vaccines on have been grown from their original cells and they have saved millions and millions of lives globally. What someone meant for evil godman for good and They have saved so many people now. There are people have straightened objections to abortion. And if you do you want to get the pfizer. Moderna vaccine because aborted cells were not used in their development In the johnson johnson. One and it's not really aborted sells it is cells derived from selves. Dry from cells derives from cells derived from cells derived from cells that were derived from that abortion in nineteen seventy now I would say that if you are morally opposed to this then you and if you are morally opposed to slavery then you need to stop wearing cotton. You should not wear cotton if we're following the same logic then you need to give up cotton because the cotton seeds of today derive from the cotton seeds that were being planted by slaves in the american south in the eighteen hundreds and they have over time been genetically manipulated and modified and grown and in in there well removed from those cotton seeds that the slaves planted. But it's the same damn thing. Is these cells that People get their panties in a lot about now. These cells are derived from cells. That were themselves derived from cells that were derived from cells that were derived from cells that were also derived from other cells that were derived from cells that were derived from disproportionate nine hundred seventy s pretty far removed E- essentially the argument that some people make on this is very much like the argument the woke make about the united states because the founders were racist therefore the country assisted weekly racists and bad The i mean again. It's like the cottonseed if you're opposed to slavery and you take this view than you probably ought to step out of cotton because The cottonseeds are derived from the cottonseeds that were derived from the cotton seeds that were ultimately derive cottonseeds of slaves. Planning in the south. So that's my view. Feel free to disagree with me if you want. But i'm right now. Let us go back to the phones. I'm going to go next to jerry. You are up next jerry. Welcome to the program. Thank you eric. Two quick points one regarding making laws. I can definitely Believe that the forefathers never saw that elected officials would have actually given up or outsource their power to make the rules. I i know they never saw that. What's going on right now and to what does viruses done is that those virus has exposed. I think caused to a lot of people who don't follow politics regularly like we do. Just how big powerful corrupt incompetent etc somebody agencies in the federal government state governments and even local governments really are and if i could just find something positive. I would say that that that has done it. I think people realize god. These people running my board of education. These people are all my on my state or my city council That's the positive. I could pull out of it and just want to hear your jury twenty. You say this. Because i was commenting yesterday to a friend of mine that one of the side effects of the lockdowns last year is that parents had a lot more time and to be home with their kids while their kids were on. Zoom calls realizing the crap their kids are being taught. I don't think you would get the rebellion against the woke even by democrat progressive appearance. That you're getting right now except those were home with their kids as long as they were last year. It is remarkable. You know in in northern virginia. Northern virginia is probably one of the hotbeds in this country of combating Wilco her on the schools and they're critical race theory. And what is so fascinating interesting is that it is democrat parents. Not republican democrat. Parents lead the fight and it comes from those parents. Being homebound locked down with their kids while their kids were on zoom calls with their teachers and the parents were overhearing what they were being taught and in so doing it kind of blew the minds of the parents that their kids were being. Taught the stuff on top of that Chris rufo who's been on the program several times has been done a very good job of exposing nationally. Exactly what is being taught. And then there were the missteps of the bureaucrats take for example. The the the american museum of african american history in washington the smithsonian and they put up a hang on a second. I gotta find this Because let's see Smithsonian white supremacy guidelines Let's yes whiteness. Yes yes yes yes This is the the national museum of american history and White privilege and what they taught and it is things like if you If you believe in hard work it is white privilege white culture in the united states. This is from again Talking about race. The national museum of african american history white dominant culture or whiteness refers to the ways white people and their traditions attitudes and ways of life have been normalized over time and are now considered standard practices in the united states and since white people still hold most of the institutional power in america we have all internalized some aspect of white culture including people of color. So these are what the smithsonian said were aspects of dominant white culture and society rugged individualism the idea of self reliance the idea that the individual is the primary unit family structure. The idea that children should have their own rooms and be independent of the nuclear family of a father and a mother with two point three children as an ideal unit emphasis on the scientific method. The idea that there's objective rational linear thinking cause and effect relationships in quantitative emphasis is white supremacy. The protestant work ethic is white supremacy. The idea that you should work before you play the idea that a hard work is the key to success. Religion is white supremacy status power authority. The idea that wealth equals your worth that. Your job is who you are that you should be respectful of authority and that there should be heavy value of ownership on goods space and property an or an idea that you should orient yourself towards the future. You should plan for the future. You should delay gratification. That you should progress to the future. The idea that you should follow time schedules in that. Time is a commodity holidays. Being based on christian religion is white supremacy culture justice is a white supremacy culture derived from common law. The idea that intent celts. The idea that intent counts compe- competition is white supremacy. The idea that someone will win and someone will lose the idea that there are decision making processes the idea that the majority should control and communication is white supremacy. The idea that one should be polite in conversation. The idea that one should avoid conflict. The idea that one should be able to articulate in writing. Their ideas is white supremacy. Now that's what the the Smithsonian claimed and it not only bothered a lot of republicans at bother a lot of democrats if that matthew yglesias who a progressive who wrote for. Vox for years He's gotten way more interesting now that he's not having to live in fear of the wchs. Vox he points out that if you talk to critical race theory scholars who actually came up with critical theory. They reject all of this. They say none of this is in critical theory that This is nonsensical stuff and that a lot of it can be deeply harmful to people the idea that you don't need a mother and a father horrible. The idea that there's no such thing as objectivity is deeply harmful the idea that you should emotional and combative. When you're trying to have workplace conversations is harmful and yet it has become pervasive and parents have been home with their kids during lockdown seeing the sorta hearing this sort of stuff. They're like i mean having their their their wti up moments with their kids listening to the school system over resume calls and realizing their kids are actually being educated there being indoctrinated again number one it is democrat parents. In democrat parts of states that have become the most upset about this because a lot of republican areas other than like precise county georgia which is trending a little bit Democratically their local school board has embraced critical. Theory won't let it go. They've just changed the name of her heavily. Republican part of georgia. But it's trending towards the democrats of the school board. There is continuing to pursue critical theory. They've just changed the name of their telling the parents they're not really doing it. The but alexandria. Arlington virginia are hotbeds of the stuff and the parents. All of whom are democrat are waking up in massive revolt against it very much like the curel independent school district in texas in fact So ever advertiser patriots this time for me to tell you about them. the ceo patriot mobile. He and his wife led the fight against critical theory in the independent school district in texas because they started hearing crazy stuff coming out of their school system and started digging into it and realized it was critical theory and they rallied the community and the community wound up. Booting off of the school board The people who are advocating bringing critical theory into the classroom This one reason. I know that i do not have to hesitate recommending patriot mobile. Because you got glenn is is in charge of it and he is a committed christian and deeply conservative. And he's not gonna let his organization hijacked by the wchs so you can do business with patriot mobile in no. You're doing business with a good company. Patriot mobile is a cell phone carrier. They give discounts to first responders. They give discounts to veterans. They give discounts to people large families multiple numbers they give a portion of their profits to pro-life and second amendment causes. They're not afraid to be conservative. Because they're proud of being conservative. So you can be proud to have patriot. Mobile's yourself on your and by the way their coverage is expansive nationwide. They use the same towers. That the other carriers us. So if you get service on your present care you're going to get service patriot. Mobile wherever you are. I've looked at their map. I wouldn't have them as a sponsor if i wasn't sure about their coverage you can take your unlocked iphone. Put it on your patriot. Mobile account and away. You go what you do. Is you go to patriot. Mobile dot com slash eric. Eric k. patriot mobile dot com slash. Eric and you can roll over. You can even put your number over. They can help you. You can also call him nine seven two patriot nine seven two patriot but check them out at patriot. Mobile dot com slash eric. Well i have a statement from the former president of the united states. It just came out. And i fell out laughing if our soccer team headed by a radical group of leftist. Maniacs wasn't woke they would've won the gold medal instead of the bronze woke. Means you lose everything that is woke goes bad and our soccer team certainly has there were however a few patriots standing. Unfortunately they need more than that respecting our country and national anthem. They should replace the woke stirs with patriots. Start winning again. The woman with the purple hair played terribly and spends too much time thinking about radical left politics and not doing her job. I wish i need to get my twelve year old to here. He actually does a very good impression. Donald trump he could read it. That way That would be fantastic. But he's not wrong. he's not wrong. If you haven't heard the american women. They beat australia. They got the bronze so at least they didn't have to hear the national anthem on stage. And that yeah. They got bronze. And this is actually even a lot of meteorology now saying this is probably the end of women's soccer in america as we know it. Well because if we're honest about it they've got an old now. They're younger than me. But for soccer teams they're old and the teams that are that beat them that got silver and gold actually have Younger much younger players by a decade or more and that's of here but they become so iconic on the left in this country Megan renault in others or her in particular stole the spotlight and the coaches have been too intimidated to try to retire them and get new players. Well this now is probably going to have to Be shaken up. They're going to have to do something they're gonna have to do. Something by the way I got to read you something. This will blow your socks off. This is a quote. If the trump administration had ignored a direct warning from the supreme court democrats would rightfully lineup to condemn the president. Mr by biden does not get a pass on the rule of law because his heart is the right place now that friends that is the editorial board of the washington post not the wall street journal. The washington post editorial board is condemning joe biden for his eviction. Moratorium fascinating stuff when we come back. Actually we're talking about the california recall Because a few weeks ago is very dismissive of larryelder shot and new data out there suggests you know he may actually have a shot in large part because of something. The democrats in california have done that might actually blow up in their faces.

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Lawrenceville Man Arrested for Child Porn; Duluth Man Convicted of Murder; Piedmont Buying Eastside Medical Center

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Lawrenceville Man Arrested for Child Porn; Duluth Man Convicted of Murder; Piedmont Buying Eastside Medical Center

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The gb has arrested a lawrenceville man on several charges including sexual exploitation of children for possessing child pornography. Twenty four year old travis. Clark was arrested last friday along with his roommate. Fifty seven year. Old keith whittaker. Clark was charged with five counts of sexual exploitation of children and possession of child pornography as well as obstruction of law enforcement officer and two counts of manufacturing and possession of marijuana. Meanwhile mr whittaker was charged with two counts of manufacturing and possession of marijuana investigation that led to mark's arrest was part of an ongoing effort by the internet crimes against children task force to identify people who are involved in the child pornography trade. The georgia task force is a product of a us department of justice program and is housed within the g b is child exploitation and computer crimes unit duluth man accused of stabbing another man to death at a norcross hotel in two thousand nineteen has been convicted of murder in the case and one of the first jury trials held more than a year in gwinnett twenty two year old. Donald steel was recently convicted on felony murder and aggravated assault for the september. Twenty nine thousand. Nine stabbing death of kevin mcgruder junior. Mr steele was sentenced to life in prison. The murder happened at the guest. In on peachtree industrial boulevard on september twenty four th two thousand nineteen and a stabbing occurred during a drug deal where donald claimed the victim took his money but did not hand over the drugs he'd mon- healthcare's adding four ata hospitals to its network in a deal valued at close to one billion dollars. The purchase from hd a would make atlanta-based piedmont the leading system in georgia. In number of hospitals at fifteen the emory and well star systems are next at eleven if regulators approve the acquisitions as expected the nonprofit piedmont system will acquire eastside medical center in snowville coliseum medical centers and coliseum northside both in macon and carterville medical center in carterville. The target closing date is july thirty first. H c a chain based in tennessee value. The acquisition price at nine hundred fifty million dollars. In addition piedmont would become a partner in a joint venture for twelve urgent and family care. Clinics governor camp has signed new bills aimed at cracking down on street racing. Cutting red tape adoptions and protecting foster kids. The governor signed legislation to toughen penalties for illegal street races by criminalising promotions on social media and potentially confiscating cars. The new law or player file what. It means to engage in reckless street racing layout penalties for habitual in now makes cramped facilitate or organized one of these dangerous events. Newly-enacted measure makes it a misdemeanor for anyone in georgia to organize promote or participate in street racing. It will also require driver's license. Suspensions for drag racers and caused drivers to face losing their vehicles. The governor also signed a bill that lowered the age requirement for georgia parents to adopt children from twenty five to twenty one. Another bill signed by the governor creates tuition. Waivers for foster kids to attend in state universities and bolster legal protections for adopted children against abuse placing our kids and safe. Loving homes is not controversial. The it is not an issue that often gets enough attention or stills a spotlight and it should never be a matter partisan politics additionally he signed bills to allow judges to arrest warrants for state foster care workers give courts more data on children in foster care and include a former foster child and current or former foster parents on the state child advocate advisory committee tasked with evaluating child protective services. Save money when you finance your next vehicle georgia united credit union with arlo rates. We can help you keep more money in your wallet while borrowers can enjoy rates as low as one point. Nine nine percents. Apr we have an easy online application. Quick approval times and flexible payment terms for qualify barbers. Visit g you. C u dot org slash low rates. Although programs rates terms and conditions may vary are subject to change without notice. Call eight eight eight four nine. Three four three to eight for details has the time. 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Gwinnett georgia real estate. Because you deserve no less. Welcome your dreams movie. You're the city of. Johns creek has a new city clerk. And it's a familiar face. The city announced that alison tarpley is the new city clerk. Taking over for jone jones who retired in december. This tarpley previously was assistant city clerk for johns creek and has twenty years of municipal experience. She's a georgia certified clerk studying at the university of georgia. Carl vinson institute of government and recently served as the city clerk for the city of doraville as city clerk tarpley's responsible for managing the city's extensive records including public access to documents. She'll also play a crucial role at city council meetings overseeing everything from public noticing to recording all council actions in the meeting minutes the city clerk also execute city contracts and agreements and oversees elections and campaign finance disclosure loss. Welcome back alison. Tomorrow may six this children's mental health awareness day. It's just to raise awareness about the importance of mental health in children development on mental health is a key component in the development of child. So much where he worry of course about their physical and and everything else but mental health is just as important. According to the department of health and human services one five children are going to be diagnosed with a mental health condition at all so we want to raise awareness and let people know that it is an important issue in a child's development and we should do everything we can to promote it and take care of it a mirror feed is a program coordinator at guide inc. It's a nonprofit. Started right here in lawrenceville in now. You raise awareness for mental health issues there. So what are some signs that parents should look out for in their kids and with kids especially adolescent age emotions and moods. Temperaments are going to change. And that's natural on trump's life but anything to the extreme should be looked out for extreme isolation drawing back from stuff that they really enjoy. We know that okay. Maybe as a kid. They love their soccer late. But they're going more into basketball or baseball as they grow older. That's normal but if you know that your team is really passionate about a certain hobby or pastime than somebody. They stopped doing it. That's going to be a key. Sign that something might be going on any kind of extreme mood. Swing aggression irritability bid or something. They're very quiet if they're very mellow or something like that. It just any kind of extreme change. Their withdrawal is going to be really key talking from experience and just having a younger brother and watching him grow up that withdrawal. An isolationist something because we know having that social factor is important with their development and that's why the pandemic especially not to talk too much about the pandemic but why that has been such a big key factor in the past year or so so amirah. What are some simple things. I can do at home to help my kids out in helped me. Thanks if i set the perfect example for your kids you want to encourage a regular low stress activities on check in you can just have a conversation with your kid check ins they. How're you doing things. How do you feel about this stuff that we might do already. But just can't and listen. Parents relive very busy life. Way you know have worked and stuff going on and maybe other kids take care of and everything going on but really take the time to actually sit down and really listen to your child. Check in. Just show that whatever they're feeling is valid. It might not seem very important to you as an adult but what they're going through at that particular time is valid is legit and you want to respect them in hear their voice for that now amir what are some resources here in gwinnett county. That parents can take advantage of county. We have the help line which is a free resource. You can call anytime during the day won't say they're open from eight to five. It's part the net coalition that's located in lawrenceville. But you can call and get any kind of free resources there also in gwinnett. You have viewpoint health which our behavioral health hospital but they do offer services for cancer therapy in other programs. That can help your family in kids. Another perfect thing is our parks and recreation program. They have tons of activities and stuff going on throughout the summer. Throw even the school year in. That can definitely help. Especially now when kids are isolated those kind of programs can be beneficial because it gives the kids out in the open air in with others children's mental health awareness. Day is on may six amirah. Thank you so much for joining us. On the podcast. Of course thank you for having me. Why by kia mall of georgia. We provide award. Winning customer satisfaction have been a family owned business for over twenty years buying or leasing with us as fast and easy and you can get pre approved online and four simple steps. We offer top dollar on trade ins and have new vehicle specials that are every month and are factory trained technicians make servicing your vehicle convenient with extended service hours. Stop by and shop with us on the lot or visit us online at love. My key dot com. Thank you for listening to the gwinnett. Daily post podcast is. Podcast is a production of bg group. Please like follow and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts

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La Merc y otras historias  Barceloneando 67

Podcast RadioViajera

29:32 min | 1 year ago

La Merc y otras historias Barceloneando 67

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

12:36 min | 2 years ago

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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We'll find out about a major expansion of gambling in Illinois, and we'll break down with the legislation will do later, the final classes for an Illinois in case school. We'll take a visit there. It's all coming up. After years of struggling to enact a historic overhaul at the state school, funding structure, Illinois lawmakers, this session focused on other major initiatives like abortion, cannabis casinos, and a new income tax system. The public schools are facing another growing problem that lawmakers have not quite figured out how to fix our education. Reporter dusty Rhodes explains in radio, we try not to spend a lot of numbers because those tend to go in one ear and out the other. So let's just say when the general assembly adjourned, a few days ago, public schools were set to receive eight point eight billion dollars for Chile every penny. They requested, but there are some problems money, alone, can't solve the biggest discussion over the capitol for k twelve education really focused around the teacher shortage. That's Amanda, Elliott director of legislative affairs for the state board of education. This is something that has been discussed for the last several years. And yet, the shortage already severe is getting. Worse. According to a recent survey more than eighty five percent of school. Superintendents say they have trouble hiring teachers last year the legislature passed a law that allowed for reciprocity. So now anyone who holds a teacher license in another state automatically qualifies for credential here that chain brought Illinois at twenty percent bump in applications this year? The conversation really focused around testing, we had two bills passed that eliminate the basic skills test. That's a test introduced in the nineteen eighties. It's been revamped three times making increasingly difficult, seventy five percent of potential teachers flunked the test, which means they aren't, even allowed to take teacher prep courses lawmakers also considered eliminating the two other big tests required for a teaching license. There are different interruptions of bills, that were filed that eliminated content tests and the teacher performance assessment altogether. But eventually, we landed on just eliminating the basic skills. Test and studying content tests called Thompson is assistant regional superintendent of a seven county area in east central Illinois. And he has so many teacher vacancies. He traveled to Springfield to testify against what he regards as excessive teacher testing twice. He says killing that basic skills. Test just isn't enough for for all the effort that was put in throughout this spring session. I just don't feel like we came out with enough solutions, or as great of an impact as we could have and should have Thompson blames colleges that run teacher preparation programs there officials showed up in mass to testify against the Bill Thompson supported, which would have eliminated all three tests. I'll never forget that room and then ten or twelve different university professors, or deans or whatever went up instead around that table for you were in the room, and that was the group that, you know, was advocating essentially for status quo Elliott, whose job is essentially to act as the ambassador in charge of negotiate. Nations between lawmakers and the state board. Admits more changes are needed eliminating the basic skills test, I think will help but it is only one small component. We really need to have additional conversations about other barriers to the teaching field. I think another Bill that passed that will help the teacher shortages. The minimum teacher salary Bill making sure that teachers are paid what they deserve. I think is important and will hopefully help encourage more people to come to the field. Other things that need to be looked at include pensions, working conditions respect to the profession. Those are all really, you know, big rocks that will take time to evaluate and address in her, calm, diplomatic tone. She points out that one, you measure requires the state board to review content area tests to see whether some need to be updated or scrapped Thompson, whose job includes helping find teachers for schools. In twenty five rural districts sounds more like that student who legitimately needs, a fidget spinner. I feel like we're all. I feel like we're always creating task force in forming committees. It's just I feel like it just takes so long and every year we do this. It's just another year of our, our lives in our effort, just not feeling position in rural areas. You know, and so, like I, I get it, I'm sure they'll do the task force. I'm sure they'll come up with some solutions. I hope I guess I'm just baffled. They just don't think all the people that were in such opposition to all these changes. I don't think they realized how bad it is. You can read about other education plans considered by lawmakers, this session can check out dusty. Full reports. It's available. There's Lincoln our website statewide show dot com. State lawmakers also passed a major gambling expansion in Illinois. And daisy contrasts followed that action, she joins me now to Phyllis, all in on what took place, one of the big parts of this gambling expansion. Daisy head to do with sports, wagering, you'll be able to do that in Illinois soon. What do we know about that right now? So horse racing tracks casinos and certain sporting venues, will get the upper. Thity to purchase a license to offer sports, wagering these will be for the brick and mortar licenses. And if those casinos racetracks partner up with the vendor for online betting than both the in person and mobile betting can take place, as soon as the Illinois gaming board accepts the applications and vets them. Now what if you don't have a casino? And if you wanted to offer only online betting, well, you'd have to wait several months before you can apply for one of the three of able online licenses and from what I'm told this will be a very competitive selection process, because the gaming board has to make sure the upper trinity is given to businesses owned by minorities, women veterans and people with disabilities. But there are the big companies like fan duel and draft kings who might want to get in on the action too so more, because they if they partner up with a casino right now, for example, to offer online, wagering, they have to operate on their the casino brand name. So they wanna get their name out there. So they're going to have to wait for that. We've seen gambling expanded Illinois. Oy, going back. Well going back to the state lottery. And then, of course later came riverboat gambling, and it's moved onto having gambling right in your own neighborhood with some of these video machines that are in bars and restaurants. But this was a big step sports betting. Yeah, it really was because a year ago, the US supreme court allowed it to be regulated outside of Nevada. So states jumped in on the opportunity and several states have already done that. I mean, also good to mention gambling on sport on college sports will not be allowed on their this, this Bill and professional sports leagues will not get a cut of the money on heard a timeframe for sports betting to actually take off in Illinois to where you could actually go and make your bet. But we think it's going to be pretty soon, right? Yes. As soon as the governor signs the legislation the Illinois, gaming board will probably start accepting applications, they will go through a vetting process, and once that happens if the casinos have the capacity to start offering it, then it. It should be off the ground pretty soon plummy by football season. Even. So along with that six new casinos. And when we say, new casinos, is that what we're actually talking about here that they these are going to be these big operations like we've seen in other towns. I know for sure that the one in Chicago would that is one of the most notable places Rockford in southern Illinois in what's known as Walker's bluff, one in south in the south Chicago suburbs danville, in what Keegan now to see the extent of how big they will be, we don't know they have the option not to build a casino, but Rockford and carterville labor groups lobbied, hard in Springfield this session, and the they have in many other sessions just to make sure that they could get on this list. They argued that the opportunity would help them create jobs, not just doing the construction of their projects. But also wants the casinos are established they'll be able to have people employed from the community. A lot of people might be surprised to know that Springfield does not have a casino. Always think of it as a pretty politically connected tone. But it's also included in here with a little. Special addendum for the city of Springfield for the state fairgrounds. Slot machines will be allowed at the state state, fair grounds, the, the, the mayor here, lobbied for a casino, but we Springfield and not make the list horse treks. They have for years complained about loss of, of customers, because people coming in there to bet on the horses because of casinos, they feel as though they've been in competition and not they've not been winning that competition through the years was there something in here for horse tracks as well. Yes. I mean, not only will they get the opportunity to offer sports gambling, which old, the different gaming industries. Really wanted us a new industry to help them attract more gamblers the but the horse trucks will also get the permission for mission to have slots and table games on their premises basically casino-style games, and these will get up to twelve hundred positions from the ones that we they I mean, they don't have right now that will be enough to help boost that industry, which it does create. Jobs. There's no other people that were used the horses, you know, feed for the horses all of that. But they think this will be enough and they were here in Springfield. A lot of them saying exactly that, that this will help create jobs, and attract more people does anything in this change video gambling. Like we see at again as bars restaurants, places like that we've see a lot of it and has become quite popular, in many communities, anything change because of this legislation under the plan video gambling machines, will be okay for larger truck stops the maximum bed was also increased. Maybe something that wasn't supported by the video gaming industry. Is that the taxes increased Terry? This isn't working. Why is it because I still be living with me. Mutter. Oh, is it because me mates? Be Scully wives. No, I like your friends is it it's the pirate. Talk Terry Yar everyone's caught up in the old bay. Fully official McDonald's. It's the taste locals craven are classic sandwich. 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EXCLUSIVE: Brian Kemp Gives a COVID-19 Update

The Erick Erickson Show

10:41 min | 1 year ago

EXCLUSIVE: Brian Kemp Gives a COVID-19 Update

"Oh now my conversation with governor. Brian Kemp the number of people in the hospital for covid. Nineteen has declined below. One Thousand Really. Good News Joining me to talk about that. And the other news edge of the virus and the recovery. The governor of Georgia. Here Brian. Good afternoon sir. How are you look really good news but we gotta keep our foot on the gas? What is working and I just really want to thank the people of Georgia third here into the guidance guidelines and and helping us keep moving this right direction. I I get the sense out there. Take for example. The issue this weekend with the With the antibody test got roped into numbers and then pulled out that there are a lot of people who they they. Don't trust the. Can you talk about the antibody number issue? That happened this weekend. Yeah it was just a little Dr Public Health officials. If you've immaculate imagine working long hours and you know many days during the pandemic it's unfortunate that they're they're getting a tight in some ways and that was the data entry area era was corrected and you know we apologize for that and move on. It's unfortunate that people are making a big deal out of that we got a you know a tremendous amount of data points that we're dealing with every day information is on the Department of Public Health website. And it's correct you know we've had a couple of things that that weren't at times but you know we own. That moved on her doing our best every day and I just appreciate all those public health officials that have been working so hard during the pandemic. But it's really not a big issue. People can trust the date. I certainly do you know. There's lots of data points that we look at Besides number new cases every day. I mean we're talking to hospital. Ceo's looking at our bed counts and many other issues that are happening on the ground. Every day that that show the signals are headed in the right direction. What we're doing is working and I just want to urge origins to continue to adhere to that guy now. There was a report out this morning I saw the. Ajc mentioned that you had talked to the president or the president had mentioned you on a call the other day that he has noticed The reopening in Georgia and the things seem to be going well had a great call yesterday. Actually our first lady aren't. Ken was on on the call with the nation's governors and the president and the vice president his team and The nation's first lady. Melania trump was on there really focus on children's issues mental health issues and other things that are becoming quite a concern son that I've been talking about. I've been worried about for a long time. Now that there are ill effects of being sheltered in place and not having our kids in school or be an avenue ability for them to be in public embiid or daycare or you know a lot of screenings for cancer and other treatments or down and so there's a lot of repercussions By sheltering in place and not having our businesses than normal Things that we do every day up and running in our state now is a big focus of the call yesterday but also a lot of great news coming out of the White House. They of sinister a lot of testing kits. It's allowing us to ramp up our tests and you're seeing that in our numbers there. We moved from We're twenty per capita and testing today out of the fifty four states territories a month ago. We were forty six. Oh we continue to ramp that up which is a big part of being able to reopen and get our economy back going in the state and I just appreciate the. Pp they've sent to our nursing homes and then we had Quite a conversation about Rendez severe medical treatment that they shipped out to the states. We've now received to those treatments and we've got a good those out to hospitals to really true Treat the worst of the covid patients that we have in the hospital now so hopefully. That's going to be helpful to them. Is that kind of trial continues. And there's there's a protocols on how the hospitals have to do and and basically make sure that they're documenting How that's working. And then lastly they talked about this potential maxine. That's been through a phase one trial that they're cautiously optimistic about it doesn't mean it's GonNa work out but it looks really good right now as they move into the next stage and that was very promising to hear from the President. You know it was a really good call yesterday. The the country wide numbers are starting to look a lot like what we're seeing in Georgia. So we're all excited about that. Can you give us an update on the Gainesville in the Albany situations? The we had the bad fallout in in Darty county but also the hotspot in Gainesville. Albany is done really well. Their hospital numbers are looking really good. They've peaked and has been coming down for quite a while. Now it's important that they continue to follow the guidance down there to make sure you don't have you know a recreation spy. We continue to focus on testing. And you know especially there in the communities around there to make sure that we you know have continued. Add that under control. We continue to work in the nursing ounce and all parts of our state but obviously down. There's oil where we had some issues early. I was Gainesville last Friday. I'll tell you they're doing a great job up there. The community has embraced fight with testing and raising awareness. Especially in those Lino community John King Insurance Commissioner. John go up there several weeks ago. He speaks fluent Spanish You know is the first Latino constitutional officer ever instated Jordan. He's colleague the charges. He's got thirty years in. The National Guard was actually deployed to New York and to New Orleans to help with the covert fight. And he's back home now so he's got a lot of experience and knows what to do and he's done a great job and we visited the hospital where we're standing up a mobile facility much like we did in Albany that sort of come along very well but they're holding their own up there Starting to flat and get on the other side of the peak a little earlier than I thought it would so we're just continuing to urge everybody there to follow. The guy says well into us all these best practices to help continue to drive that curve down and endless get over that hotspot up there in the Hall County Area Now. Just two more questions for you here. One is we keep hearing about this worry of a rebound in the state water public health officials telling you about the potential for rebound well. There's definitely the potential for that. When the flu season starts kick back up you know this fall distorts the temperature start cooling down when they see that certainly into the winter. You know what that looks like. I don't know that people really know for sure some speculated it may be worse than this round you know but I think there's others that thing you know maybe this thing plays out and you know it's not as bad. I don't know that anybody really noticed. It's a lot like these models. We've been following. They were good to give guidance for most of them. I think probably all of them were wrong. They end up changing a great deal. But I you know to me Eric. I think we have to take the fight to the virus You know it's going to be here for a while until we get a treatment are boxing. I I do believe there's reasons to be optimistic about that but still we're going to have to go into the fall probably without having that so we gotta figure out you know how we open our school's of how we go back to continuing open our economy back so that we don't have the negative effects of this economic devastation. That we're seeing right now. With one point six billion. Georgia's and that's all for unemployment. You know it's putting a strain on our budget which can't get ten you that way so we gotta figure out And that's what we're doing everything is we're hunkering down and figuring out how to fight to bottles now the COVID nineteen battle but also battle to put people back work to turn this economic engine that we had before the started and the great joy that the president did with that and the great job that we've done in the state we have the lowest unemployment we've ever had since we started keeping records at three point one percent Before all this started. And we gotta get that back. And that's what we're working on governor last question for you. I've been was reading today and article at CNN about the restaurant industry and some Georgia restaurants recited that With social distancing in place they they're still thinking economically. It's going to be difficult for them to reopen that they may have state to go Longer is there any sign on the horizon that we may soon be able to even more increase the amount of people in restaurants to be able to get them back up to full steam restaurants reopened excellent point and that is true? There's been some specially Ryan restaurants that just can't make the numbers work under the current guidance. We're looking at that right now. To See you know we made We made a small adjustment the other day to try to help some of those. I think that's been fish. We'll continue to look at that as we watched the numbers. You get the guy that's from daughter to me and her team at public health but there's some created things going on in our local communities. I know a lot of the local officials are looking at Closing certain streets where people can pull tables outside so they can expand their capacity to sit people to serve more customers in a safe environment. You know was in Carterville last week and Don then at a local restaurant up there and they were they were doing really good that being Maria where they could do something like that and so I want to continue to urge weren't with the local officials on things like that. But we gotta we gotta keep thinking outside the box and and looking at the guidance and move. Move it as the date of moves in a methodical way. Like we've been doing but we also have to continue to be creative to make this work in this new environment that we're going to have to live with For for many months here in front of US until we get that cure or vaccine governor. Listen thank you very much for taking time out of your day To talk with us and that is great news and and hope we keep trending in the right direction and appreciate your hard work thanks David.

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Illini Football  Brian Barnhart  Season Opener Preview

Scoops with Danny Mac

15:38 min | 11 months ago

Illini Football Brian Barnhart Season Opener Preview

"Virginia one commended scripts where Danny mac.com. My name is Dan McLaughlin. The Big Ten is back in Action this weekend and the college football game in for the Big Ten gets going tonight in Madison, Wisconsin as the fighting Illini Are Back In Action. They will take on the Wisconsin Badgers. The Badgers are heavily favored wage. But remember they were upset last year in champagne and it was a game that Levi Smith and the Illini got their season going it was that game and upset that propelled them to a bowl season far as looking back on, you know last year of big fire program. We needed a signature win. They were highly ranked where I work to you know, play good enough football to get get the win that game, you know going into a football says far as being disrespected until we become as consistent winner. This is the position will be in quite a few times. It's not all bad to be down to dull when off. Don't have a lot of confidence and what they think you can be but as I look at our football team if we look at our football team, we made progress last year. We were able we were 6:15 and I think we're stronger football team right now. We lost a few guys, but for the most part I best players are back and we've added quite a few players. So we're excited about seeing exactly how we feel into the landscape in twenty-twenty the man that called that game and so many great moments in 2019 Brian Barnhart from the middle of the field for James McCord with four seconds left, Wisconsin 23, Illinois, 21, the Badgers have no time outs. They can't stop it. But port for the wind in the area it is Absen pagi Saya want 2423 right down the middle a letter saying happy miles on the field busy down. There was cops around 3rd and 10 for the Illinois 45 back to pass lewerke Rose considered tempted picked off by you. They're running off that line 4013. It's going to be a touchdown touchdown Cindy Brown touchdown off my goodness takeaway, touch the Holy Smokes second-and-goal at the five twenty three seconds left the Illini looking at her birth. Hurry, what's not a second? Slab? Seventeen seconds left 15 seconds left. Down to 10 Peters rose right looks to the ends of Rob touchdown. He's got he's got a touchdown song quiz 5 Seconds touchdown, Illinois. Peters walked and looked and looked and he finally found Daniel Barker dead man's own touchdown, Illinois and they lead 3634 went 5 seconds left in the Illini are five seconds away from birth. Let's go look at the marching Illini holding a party in the corner where the Illini faithful in that corner off to our left. That's the voice of Brian Barnhart and he'll be behind the game tonight. The voice of the Illini is they take on Wisconsin Big Ten football is back and always great division with Brian. I wasn't sure Brian that we would have big ten football club. Great to hear your voice. I hope you're doing well. Your family is safe and healthy. And are you ready to go? Are you ready for Big Ten football? Well, thank you Dan for having me on with you. It's great to visit and catch up. Thanks for all your great work. You do with the Cardinals always enjoy your work all summer long and I know this year was a little bizarre for you as well. And yeah, it's been bizarre this fall. I've my wife has been trying to find things to do because on Saturday afternoons first time in twenty years. I'm not you know, not at a football stadium in September, you know, and I kept thinking man that the weather's fantastic we ought to be playing football and took was really really hard and then it was even harder I think and you can appreciate this, you know, you're watching other games being played and your conference and your team's not playing and that makes it extra hard. So yeah, even though it's late October and the leaves are changing or about gone and then we're going to be have some cold couple of months here football. I'm just happy to be doing games of any kind anywhere. However, they want us to do it. How are you going to age? Doing the games how our teams around the Big Ten going to be doing these games. Well, it kind of varies from place to place tan, Ohio State interestingly announced their radio crew is not going to any game as far as Road games. And of course each team has eight games plus one depending on where they finish in the standings. So for home games will be in our home booth. There won't be any fans that down the big ten games. So that'll help with the four games will at least be in person basically limited to five people in our booth for home games and basically go to the Press Box and stay there and do the game and go home for the road games. So for Wisconsin coming up tonight will be actually in person. We're not traveling with the team. They left yesterday. Normally they fly and that's about a 40-minute flight. Normally this time they drove seven buses up there to keep everybody socially distant and to and to get the team up I'll drive up tomorrow after my car today after my radio show and and then do the game, of course tonight up in yep. Medicine and we'll just show up again in the booth get our credential get temperature check go in. They told us to stay in the booth and not come out unless you need to use the restroom and that's basically what we'll do a couple of road games Nebraska. I think we're still deciding what to do with that. That's about an eight-hour 8-hour nine-hour drive. We'll see how that goes Rutgers. We're definitely doing in studio, which I know you're familiar with with the Kardashians. Oh, yeah. It's a it's a different animal that's for sure in terms of and as you can imagine a lot of people in st. Louis alumni base in st. Louis for the fighting Illini is vast. It's big change. They're excited about what Lovie Smith has coming back this year. The transfer Pole portal is big for the fighting Illini and last year was a stepping stone in many ways in a positive direction, What can they expect this year out of the fighting Illini in the unique assist if that's the right word to describe it but unique circumstances of this football season. Well, absolutely Danna the expectations were pretty. Yep. Coming in even if you go back to the original schedule had three home games scheduled. I think Illinois State and Bowling Green in Connecticut that they were expected to win. They were going to get off to a good start some people thought based on home of the Big Ten original schedule. They could start as good as as well as five and O or six a no as it turns out obviously those non-conference games are gone. They're starting at Wisconsin whose name will power in the Big Ten West and you've got Ohio State at home on the schedule. So I think the the expectations are still there for a good season here in this in this short season, but they were they were pretty high because you got 25 seniors. They had 21 seniors combine the previous two years. So this group has grown up they've matured they've taken their lumps and this was I know Levi sure that his staff are pointing to a really good solid nice bowl season in contend for the Big Ten West title as everything played out. We'll see if that happens now with all this off. But you're right about the transfer portal Josh imatorbhebhe came in last year from USC. He was huge had some big catches during the course of the year. You've got Luke Ford who's a transfer from Georgia in Carterville, Illinois, which I know you're probably familiar with their he's a highly-touted young man coming in from Georgia could not play last year had to sit out. So those two guys are just tremendous rash favor or tied in and Luke Ford's case Kamari Thompson came in from Missouri Hightower Bryan Hightower from Miami of Florida, but I would say the receivers are the deepest they've been dead in quite a while. You have a second-year quarterback transfer and branded Peters who had a just got better as the year went on last year and so offensively with the Special Teams being solid. Those are two areas Choice really strong in starting the year and that's why there's a lot of optimism Brian Barnhart boys had the Illini my guest. How is La be done in terms of recruiting and getting into Missouri and specifically Saint Louis. How do you log? Gone, it's going pretty well. Of course one of his assistant coaches. Was there from from Trinity Catholic that that came up and joined the staff and and you had good solid young coach. And of course George Williams came out of there from from st. Louis and they've been able to get some guys from that area especially here in recent years with a transition. I know Missouri when through getting into the southeast conference and then the transfer of coaches the change there that was made with with Gary pinkel and so forth and so they've been able to make some inroads and a lot of folks a lot of parents. Of course. Remember when Bobby Smith was a defensive coach coordinator down in st. Louis with the Rams and so there's a lot of connections there. They work that area very hard and have had a lot of success here in recent years getting some kids out of them know, Illinois, Missouri frequently, you know Clash over the kids trying to get him to come either way and it kind of goes Ebbs and flows with a success of the programs, but I think loving his staff of made a concern birth Effort in Saint Louis to to get the players they need out of there. Brian may be a tough question for you to answer. I know you love sports. You want to see the kids playing? How did the people along the Big Twelve feel about football returning when they're kind of the last one standing along with the Pac-12 to get back into to college football. How do people generally feel about the Big Ten coming back to play tonight boss? Well, I think they they were upset a little bit because I thought you know the Big Ten in a way kind of got in front in front of its own message or missed stepped on their message initially. They didn't you know, they initially announced a schedule. We were going to play a schedule with, you know, just big ten games only as it turned out and then then they came out a few days later and said they were going to hold off on false. It's for the rest of the time and and then we didn't hear anything for a while and then people kind of made their own assumptions and I think if they had to do it over again the conference might with their messaging on this, you know, they suck. The cart before the horse and then had to go back and say no we're not playing and then here they are a few weeks later saying yeah, we are going to play so that that caused a lot of I don't know people just got upset over the the back and forth on it, you know, it was either wait like the SEC did or wait like the big 12 did a little bit see how it plays out. They felt maybe I think most fans thought. They were a little premature with their situation. That was a tough spot for Kevin Warren to be and I mean he comes in on the heels of as you know, Dan probably the one of the most powerful guys in Collegiate Sports in any sports in Jim Delany, and obviously he has to deal with this cold weather out of the right out of the gun in the spring with the Big Ten tournament and the basketball season and and all of that happen, so it's not, you know, not his fault in that sense, but I was just tough for the league to to get their story out the way they wanted it and as it turned out the testing was improved the Chancellor's and the president's came through and eventually said, hey we can do this month. Pearly Illinois has been on the Forefront. The university has with a saliva test that my daughter goes to the U of I can get tested twice a week and have results in less than 12 hours, you know, and so they've really mastered that not only in Illinois but in other places and so I think once they deemed it was safe they got going and I think that they can they can go forward now but I'm fans were getting a little anxious. I have to be honest and that you know, they were looking at these other offices going. Okay now can we get a team in the in the in the college football playoff? Are we going to be a part of anything? How is this spring thing going to work? You know we going to be able going to be starting games in January. There was a lot of banks there, but I think once they settled on this late October start, they're still able to be a part of things Ohio State in particular at the top of the national Consciousness as far as football a big fan and so I think people are happy now it's getting started. It was you could tell there was a definite step lift in the step of people around champagne and then around the Big Ten when they said yeah, we're going to start we've birth Date we're going to do it. You did lead me into my next question. How is testing going for the student-athletes at Illinois? It's going great. You know, they they test every day. I know they've got about life as a tighter bubble as you can considering, you know, their their students and a lot of the students are doing remote learning at Illinois most of the classes are that way. So they've been able to keep a pretty tight rein on things and you know to get into the oven Center for instance where basketball practices. I mean, you gotta jump through all kinds of Hoops to even get in to watch so young players get tested every day. They've had pretty you know, pretty limited issues with it. And you know, I think again being in Illinois, we're in a great spot here because the methods they've come up with to test and wash results and Screen everybody has been really really effective and final question not to put you on the spot, but I get to put you on the spot so eight games. What do you think? How good can the dog? Be this year. Well, it can be very good, you know the schedule they do the the two games they play. Well, one of the crossover games is Ohio State, of course at home. That's obviously a fax order. You do play the other one at Rutgers that's certainly in the empty stadiums. Who knows that home-field Advantage is is gone as far as that goes and we're going to see that I think tonight, you know family, you've got eighty thousand Badger fans wearing red. They're doing the fourth quarter jump around it's a it's a really intimidating atmosphere and that won't be there. I mean it's going to be an empty stadium and so long I think that certainly work still annoys Advantage. They've got the experience on offense and the offensive line secondary is deep and experienced still some questions with a defensive line, but you know, you've got Wisconsin you've got, you know, Soda Purdue those are all toss-up games that certainly you know, they they beat Purdue last year. This is a team that can finish over five hundred and maybe A couple of games above if everything works the way you think it can with this team, but I'll paraphrase all that or parentheses all that damn by saying, you know as you found out with the Cardinals issue never know you never know. You know, what happens if there's a cobra. Brake what happens if this happens or that happens? It's been so unpredictable all year that you know in most normal situation you might have a clue as to where you're headed. But but I think optimistically they are they have a potential here to to have a really really good season. You do such a great job. Can't wait to listen in tonight and thank you so much for your time and good luck this season. Thank you Dan. Really appreciate you and thanks for having me on any time. You got it. That's Prime Barnard.

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GBI Investigates Deaths of Two Inmates; Police Search for White Van in Hit and Run Fatality; Donald Trump Plans Return to Georgia

Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

17:25 min | Last week

GBI Investigates Deaths of Two Inmates; Police Search for White Van in Hit and Run Fatality; Donald Trump Plans Return to Georgia

"Welcome to the daily post podcast. Today is friday. September tenth and on this day in nineteen twenty nine. The great arnold palmer was born and has the are the master today arnold palmer. I'm dan radcliffe in here. Your top stories presented by a one tires and more. The gbi is investigating the deaths of two murder suspects at the gwinnett jail governor. Brian camp responded to the democrats call for action over rising hospitalizations when it police are searching for a white work van after a hit and run fatality former president. Donald trump is set to return to georgia later this month for the first time since senate runoffs authors tim westover and elaine smith discussed their books and lawrenceville history on thursday night and the health fair is set to offer free flu shots and covert nineteen vaccines this weekend melville and we'll hear from gdp. Sports editor will hammock to talk local sports. Unfortunately it's not that can handle it. It's so big and so competitive so they have to go down to the core spark in conyers to run the race. Hello i'm rodney. Sculthorpe and i own a one tires and more in lawrenceville. Don't break down on three sixteen on your way to a game. Come get your car. Checked out at one tires. Can you imagine how embarrassing it would be to be on the side of the road and miss kickoff. Get to a one tires. More before you head out. Tune-ups all changes fluid shacks. Whatever you need all of our work at one tires morris guarantee you can find us online at a one tires more dot com or give us a call at seven seven zero nine six three eighty three thirty three remember anyone tires and more. We're more than just tires. We're located directly across from the lawrenceville police headquarters and we are a one on your run. Two suspects in unrelated murders. Who were being held at the gwinnett county. Jail passed away on monday. The georgia bureau of investigations is trying to figure out how that happened and one part of the investigation is focusing on identifying a substance that was found in the inmate cell when at sheriff's office called in the gbi i to investigate the deaths of stone mountain resident thirty six year old ian longshore and decatur resident twenty two year old korry bryant after the pair were discovered unresponsive on monday longshore died at the jail while bryant died after he was taken to a nearby hospital deputies found longshore bryant unconscious in their cell while responding to a medical emergency sheriff's office perform life saving measures on the pair while they waited for emergency medical service officials to arrive a white powdery. Substance was founded longshore bryant cell and the substance has not been identified while the gbi. I awaits the results of the tests on the substance. It's continuing its investigation into what happened. In the cells mile said the agency will send its results to district attorney. Patsy austin gats in review once the investigation is completed. Two of georgia's senior congressmen are urging governor. Brian kemp to take action in the wake of a surge in kobina hospitalizations. Us representatives david. Scott and hank. Johnson urged governor kemp to order a statewide pause on elective inpatient surgeries also called for him to extend licensing waivers for hospitals and healthcare workers who provide critical services beyond the current waivers september nineteenth expiration date in a letter to governor camp representatives. Johnson scott said the kobe nineteen delta variant has caused a sharp increase in the number of confirmed cases particularly among children and the unvaccinated. The letter follows numbers posted. September third by the georgia department of public health in which the state surpassed twenty thousand corona virus related deaths. Scott and johnson also said recent data shows unvaccinated. Patients have pushed georgia's hospitals to their capacity limits with nearly ninety two percent of emergency room beds in the state currently occupied in response governor camp urged the representatives to request the federal emergency management administration to set a maximum rate for contract healthcare workers and demand clear guidance from the cdc and the white house regarding cove in nineteen booster shots and their detail logistical plans to assist states in this enormous undertaking when police are working to identify the driver of a white work van which hit a pedestrian and then left the scene. Sunday night. Police officers responded to a hit and run call on lawrenceville highway and fern view. Drive on sunday around eight thirty. Pm that resulted in the death of thirty two year old norcross man gabriel peres ortiz. Authorities was hit by a white van while crossing the intersection. The white van and left the scene and ortiz died from injuries sustained during the accident. Though there is no suspect description. Witnesses are encouraged to contact the police. With any information they may have about the case. I recommend take the vaccines. I did it. It's good take the vaccine but you got. That's okay tara. former president. Donald trump will headline a september twenty fifth rally in perry his first appearance in the peach state since the us senate runoff elections back in january. The save america rally will be held at the georgia national fairgrounds at seven pm. Doors will open at two. Pm announcement of trump's appearance comes only a few days after university of georgia. Football great herschel. Walker announced his candidacy for the gop senate nomination trump is given indications. He might seek the gop white house nomination in two thousand twenty four after he was defeated by joe biden in last november's presidential election when county fair is back and you can get your discounted advance tickets online now. Food unlimited rides food animals exhibit. The miss gwinnett patch. More food concerts a petting zoo. And did i mention all the delicious fair food. Get another folks. See the ninja experience. The paul bunyan lumberjack. Show and more the gwinnett county fairs september sixteenth through the twenty six at the net county. Fairgrounds get your discounted advanced tickets online today. Aquidneck county fair dot com. The gwinnett county fair is back engineered. Solutions is your locally owned and operated commercial and residential foundation company that specializes in foundation repair basement. Waterproofing and crawlspace encapsulation consumer investigator dale cardwell. I've done the research already. So you don't have to examining jane. Those who love southern literature and lawrenceville history got a treat on thursday night local authors. Tim westover and elaine smith took part in a literary discussion with moderator. Kalinda ski alaba. Westover and smith discussed their books lawrenceville history and the writing process and then signed their books afterward. The event was part of the gwinnett. county libraries. Meet the author program. Mr westover is author of the winter. Sisters the novel set lawrenceville in eighteen. Twenty two a year after the town was founded this historical novel features frontier medicine spellbinding sisters and fear of rabies epidemic. The book has received critical acclaim including the publisher's weekly book. Life prize editor's choice and participation as a panelist at the twenty twenty international book fair in the uae westover is also the author of aurora. The old weird south and marvin strato which is written in esperanto. He is ceo and web application designer for media lab inc in lawrenceville. Elaine smith is author of. This is ellen jones reporting a young adult historical fiction set in the south in the early sixties. The novel is one honors. From the william faulkner william wisdom creative writing competition. She's a retired gwinnett. Educator who initiated the first program broadcast journalism and video production in the county and was elected teacher of the year at brookwood high school results from yesterday's health fair and the news is not good. Springfield is in terrible shape. Particularly our young third health. Fair of the year will be held. September eleventh that the lenora part gymnasium in snowville healthier presented by clover and publix is put on by the gwinnett daily post in conjunction with live healthy. Gwinnett event runs from ten. Am to one pm and we'll offer free cova vaccines and free flu shots. This is a free event. And the i two hundred adults will receive a goody bag from clover health filled with items from vendors at the health. Fair registration is requested but not required. September national suicide prevention month and guide inc will provide a brief presentation on suicide prevention questions to ask and how to identify suicidal symptoms or than forty vendors in the health wellness in general living categories will be on hand and there will be free health screenings offered including screenings for blood pressure peripheral artery disease hearing vision. Hiv stress depression and more live. South will be on site for those who want to give blood. Donations for the local co op will also be collected. Br every three non perishable food items donated attendees will gain entry to win prizes including a cosmetic fragrance gift basket from belco snowville pavilion fern. Bank museum of natural history tickets and other prizes. And now here's a look at gwinnett. Sports with gdp. Sports editor will hammock. We'll hamic let's jump right into it. Tell me about the high school football games from last week. A few interesting ones. I think The big one that people were talking about console when their freedom bowl matched up with the greenville christian. They're defending state championship team from mississippi Pretty exciting game a lot. A lot of talent on both sides of the fields goodwin for council that kinda keep rolling with what they're doing over there and north gwinnett got their first win. That was big parkview especially in the fashion. They did it. They got behind and they were playing at parkview And they will come back late and win that game so that's a nice win for the first one in the season's going to do much for their confidence going forward They found running game over there. That's going to help them a lot and a couple of good running backs that can help them out. And i look forward to seeing what they can do. They improve throughout the season and mill. Creek's defense Another dominant performance. They've just been on a roll of shutting folks down. Did it again last week. So milky surely climb in this state rankings and have a lot of potential this year and we'll have a since you are the sports editor the gwinnett daily post. You're the guy who picks the football players of the week right couple of impressive performances again this week. We always have a lot of the great kids to choose from great performances to choose from every week on the defensive side. We don't want the council player from their freedom. Bowl-winning on crawford He's a big time. junior linebacker or offers from florida state. Tennessee georgia tech. Folks like that. He's had twelve tackles four sacks and four quarterback hurries in that game. Just a a big part of what council did defensively last year when he was a sophomore. Even bigger parts this year's a junior so look for cnn. Mika plays the rest of this year as another high school season left and then over at hebron gavin hall. The quarterback sophomore quarterback play of the week. It was a quite a debut for him. He recently transferred over from loganville Really bolstered the quarterback position over there at hebron and he was nine of thirteen passing one hundred fifty two yards and a touchdown and rushed for one hundred eighteen yards and three more touchdowns and he in over woodland carterville. So greg game by gavin. He's gonna make a huge impact on that that hebron program over there and we'll hang a give me your thoughts on. Uga in clemson the as an interesting game. I think there's a lot of defense. Obviously if you're if you're an office gather went a whole lot to see in that game. I think it was what you saw was to. Really elite defense is going at it An unknown both teams. We're talking about Maybe a little disappointed in their offense of efforts. But i think a lot of that had to do with decided. Those defenses are in both those defenses are stacked with five star recruits and and big time guys are going to play in the nfl. so are they. That's what it came down to just a just a defensive war I think georgia looked a little bit better on offense obviously had at quarterback with a little bit more experienced Over there and we're able to run the ball late when they needed to run the clock out so thousand encouraging sign Waited guy Kamara his opponent. Uja just had a really good game To help flip field and also pin clemson deep for most of that game with his putting He's also georgia's kickoff guy and holes. He's all over the place where project and what he's been able to do there. And obviously huge win for the bulldogs going forward and their eddie it back to business against. Uab this week and football's not the only thing going on in gwinnett county. What else have you got. Yeah we've got coming up this weekend. We got the gwinnett county cross country championships. It's it's really one of the better sports in gwinnett. Over the last two decades golic kids went in state titles individually and his teams and always have some of the top runners on the state. So it's a very competitive me looking forward to see how that turns out. Unfortunately there's not a course in gwinnett that can handle it. It's so big and so competitive so they have to go down to the core spark in conyers to run the race every year. They're really pushing to get a get a court. Hearing that can handle. Everything needs to handle as far as the attendance in the parking and the and the runners over. They're able to do that. I mean the running around here. it's just exceptional. They deserve a course in gwinnett. Not having to drive down to conyers to runs. It's an exciting me looking forward to see teams do well. Another mill creek. Boys look good. Look strong so far Brooklyn boys and girls are always strong and then the parkview girls are on a great run. The county meets oakland. Though it'll be competitive meeting in that'd be fun to watch well. Hammock is sports editor gwinnett daily post. And i appreciate talking to each week here on the podcasts. Great thanks again boggle. Up another shortage now. People are s andrews people while some companies hunt for texts and palmer's we believe in finding people are as andrews people personable people got to care about their worship fastidious fellow. Friendly be nice. It's how were who. They are personable professional people freeze. Islip hard to say harder finding out that because we're picky only personable professionals need apply background. Check clean driving record. Good pay benefits better than most. 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Hour 3: Kenny G

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

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Hour 3: Kenny G

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why because it expires friday bouquet prices will be going up soon so take advantage today pick your delivery date let one hundred flowers all the rest when it comes to live special occasions i don't settle for anything less than my rose authority one eight hundred flowers dot com to order a dozen assorted roses for nineteen ninety nine or upgrade to two dozen sorta roses for just ten dollars more simple go to one eight hundred flowers dot com slash dan order today and save at one eight hundred flowers dot com last end you know this is very exciting we've been doing it every day for a while during the super bowl we fallen in love with this man kenny g. is always available prior show in ways that he shouldn't be he's accomplished musician we don't we don't deserve him arriving around here the way does but i wanted to talk to you a little bit about a variety of things kenny one of them being when was the first time you were on like one of oprah's first nationally televised shows when's the first time that you felt like you had arrived that that you had gotten somewhere that perhaps you didn't expect to well by the way thanks for having me on the show that was maybe in the eighties driving down sunset boulevard and i looked up and there's a big billboard right in the middle of sunset boulevard with my face on it i thought wow that's pretty cool right by tower records talking about my new record and blah blah blah so that was that was when i thought okay this is something that i didn't expect were you aband- nerd at all like when you started dreaming about this as a career what were the what were the early stages of that like now i just played in my high school band up in seattle just normal public high school i just played and you know for some reason i just i stood out and i just i never really thought about a career in music i just thought i'd just really like playing my saxophone and i just kept doing it and and the jobs that i got were also axa phone related and i just kind of went into it it was cool though getty when did you know that you could be you know a legend that this make a career end of this still working on it that's why practice every day do that every day i'm still working on it i love your horn is there any in any ways have you gotten worse or his age like age affects everyone and so no no no no gotten better better you when you practise an instrument you're going to get better no matter what you do you're going to just get better off you and brady aged like a fine line can you tell us about the time that you've got kicked off your own tour bus i don't remember that well gabriel iglesias is telling the story on netflix during his comedy special that his bus driver dave who once worked for kenny g. claims kenny wants got kicked off his own tour bus over an argument with this dave character not there's no way first of all if i'm paying for if i'm paying for the bus out of boy there's no way no is going to end what he's gonna kick me off the bus calm down i've never seen this side of you kenny you sound like you're ready to shift gabriel iglesias that puts the jian kenny g. man i'm gonna i'm gonna play the note that makes everybody crap their pants that's what i'm gonna do tell us about that south park episode that you were in where did that rank in terms of career highlights that was that was one of the highlights to me i loved it i thought it was great except for the fact that it during the show i think i have sex with with another man during the show though unfortunately for my career but that's what that's what they did and and was there in any sort of echoes of south park where people you know it's such a pop culture hit where they are jew everyone's reaching out to you like what what is the thing that you've done that all your friends are calling you about and saying you know what that's pretty cool good question i don't know actually maybe when we know one of these times i played on the grammys or something i think that's about about about it but i don't remember not the south park as much though it was just a select few called me about that when i thought it was super funny i loved it have you had any other places along the path where you've ended up somewhere and you've been moved emotionally i know you're very grateful for all the success that you've had all the things that you've sold but where you were just moved emotionally because you're looking around and the gratitude just overwhelmed you well there was a ceremony and it's not about record sales but i mean it is about record sales but there was a ceremony where anyone need anybody that sold more than ten million on one release we got into a room and we see this ward and i'm standing there next to billy joel elton john journey boston and all these record company executive clive davis and ahmed ertegun and all these guys and i thought this is the most surreal thing that the sax player is in this room with these amazing like world-class icon superstars and i'm just one of them getting my awards just like everybody else so that was that was pretty pretty amazing i was blown away by that one has michael douglas doing and is he busy tomorrow we've buttered you up enough you know that this is all he's working toward james bond who's the famous person you're getting us tomorrow we've blurred you up enough talking to you about your career and your highlight this was all about isn't it i i sent an email to pierce brosnan waiting here back i sent to you you guys like larry the cable guy's we good friend of mine do we want larry the cable had higher higher higher amy started a general charts of kenny g's friend fire that's just so mean i'm not gonna i'm not gonna say that you said that i can i can send an email to michael douglas i can't i'm just hesitate because i'd wanna abuse my friendship with him but i could do that because based upon how much we i love you guys i would do that all subtle for bolton i mean i've heard a lot of people say that before we'll let you go on that note again tomorrow and he always good you're on he's answering the question before we've asked and what's the single most important they need to do to the patriots i need to play the national anthem form it's a it's a done deal we've got to do this we've got to figure out a way to get this done we're kenny g. gets he's worthy why wouldn't it be any thank you for being with us sir yes they're talking tomorrow thanking i can't believe it that gerald is presenting the quarterly budget report with finger puppets look here comes one point seven percent decrease in fixed overhead n._o. everybody no i can't believe how easy it was to save hundreds of dollars on car insurance geico you projected increase in organic three revenue believe it geico could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance donlevatar look at him what are you doing you're leaning chair rubbing your belly that point i was left to my own devices all weekend and it was awful i mean it was just terrible some of the things that i was consuming stugatz baked cookies at like eleven thirty one with a haagen-dazs vanilla ice cream that was after twenty twenty eighteen chicken wings and i washed down with some toll house cookies and some milk aren't you leaving some consume stuff out how'd you get to the point that you're eating this much this is live at our show with this through god's on e._s._p._n. radio if you missed any of the show you can listen to all three hours of the dan lebatardshow plus our miami only hour and our best apocalypse on demand in the e._s._p._n. app and over get a brand new friends podcast network featuring south beat sessions where dan doug long-form interviews with guests from sports entertainment and more new episodes every week please rate and subscribe it's all of elbow in the more tab of the e._s._p._n. app noman lebatardshow friends hasn't had any half despite my appearances south each sessions have had famous people and they've been fun but now a big gun an assassin immerse scenario has been brought in he did eleven seconds of podcast and it's the number one podcast in sports anywhere across i tunes it was just to got saying i'm not being paid for this episode zero represents the amount i'm being paid for this this is the podcast and episodes zero is the number one podcast in america it's a quick easy listen and now the second the first one right not much longer about it so this is going to be lazy and slava nly just like you are if you're watching on t._v. you might have noticed me ducking out of the studio that's because of supandi and all like the whole i've been sucked into this to potty world you've been sucked and i've been sitting here texan that i'm gay so morning hey wants to use conversations with you that we're off the air good the jets vetoed so let's push even more more yesterday yeah yeah no it's been everything you would expect it's been working with this is how bad it is mike who loves to god's loves him loves him in real and meaningful ways they embrace each other after stugatz lied or mike needs to lie for him on some some stupid thing i've lied to his wife forum like mike mike is protected stu gods at every turn a love you mike has handed this off to someone else because he doesn't want to deal with the issues and much control he doesn't want to deal with trying to wrangle stu gods into the pen to do his job to poverty exo i need someone to handle the day-to-day operations of stu pod but yeah i'm so that bit of a control freak but he's very difficult to manage but it's called sue potty it's already out we've tweeted the link subscribe episodes zeros episode one should becoming today depending on whatever happens with his adam gates of it should be happening today while you're over there on on podcasts our good friend meantime has a great episode with bill barnwell previewing the super bowl she's a part of our lebatardshow prince network as well go and subscribe to that if you haven't already let me explain this to you on meena and barnwell you've heard me lament all the time that we don't know what the hell were watching and basically the way we cover football is to yell about the referees and you know predict what's going to happen in the games and then wrong then our lobski doesn't nice job on get up i missed an f. l. matchup and there are some people here in elsewhere that teach you stop but if you want good super bowl coverage and you needed condensed for you just want some information so that you could talk to your friends about it because that's what happened with p._t._i. right pardon the interruption what the reason its groundbreaking beyond the chemistry between tony and mike longtime friends is because they made sportscenter more bite sized and gave you the sports news and how to talk about it at work in a half hour they gave all the interesting stories right it was for the twenty five minutes or social media became a big thing it was four eighty here bells here's a minute on each topic here we go here is thirty minutes that will inform the sports fan and what i am telling you is if you want that for the super bowl you can't do a lot better in mainstream media than meena and bill barnwell sitting together and talking about the game and i say that not even having heard the podcast i agree with you because we i mean i don't even try to figure out what it is i'm watching i just look at the quarterback at least they're trying to figure out what it is we're watching and trying to give that information to you and they have a very good understanding of exactly what you are watching every sunday which is uncommon in his industry it really is because i'm just looking at the quarterback right if you're looking for the exact opposite of that supandi drops today the number one podcast in all of sports and recreation according to i mean it midlife flawed metrics oh well that's what we've distorted everything we are just getting so many millions of downloads because if you put in the work though stugatz army the stugotz army does all the work form he doesn't do anything listen then if this thing shoots stood army listened to the power we will have if this thing shoots number one i tunes the power apple podcast and it already has shots number one in its category you wanted shooting up the number one overall yes you're not taking down rogan i wanna take rogan and the power that we will have now the money will be all mine but the power that you and i will have together i will share that with you okay i am your voice you help me help you all right go rate subscribe gave positive reviews all right so we've already sadly a big get for episode one the head coach of the new york jets adam gates is going to be featured on soup potty and what i can tell you about sue party is this is a glimpse perhaps too much of a glimpse inside of his world his family is heavily involved his friends are involved it is a crazy world it is also a lazy world so listen to the first episode and perhaps final episode of soup potty and let's get it to number one over yeah well that's the thing about probably not unlike this show except more right not unlike the show you never know if it's going to end in a sentence you just you don't know what we don't know you don't know we're getting texan emails all show don't do that don't do this we're a bumper car that continues to cause sparks everywhere and this is likely where it ends with something he's done on his podcast regardless you should listen if you want some foreshadowing on you know how it ends so let's check in with billy gil at radio row we haven't gone to him enough what sort of updates can you give us billy on the things circling around you we've had too many guests today what what's been going on out there what who are declined guess you have a notepad with things written on it what let's get to the things written on your note pet we've been making a lot of lebatardshow enemies today with canceling guests at the last minute saying no to people it's not going well for us today i'd say right in front of us just to paint a picture yahoo sports has been being boozed people again they've being to fund digs my friend and they've also been doing this thing where they have like this foam box and they have people sticking their hand into see if they can determine what is in the box now the front of the box is opened so i see what it is that they're putting in the box so far they've put a pineapple in the box they put him a little squishy sticky balls in the box and then they put like a little stuffed animal in the box so that's what we have to do that let's do that tomorrow go do whatever you gotta do tomorrow do that just steal the idea and i overheard you when i was walking through here what was supposed to be a surprise when are you unleashing the big surprise that you know i'm excited about like when's that can happen that may happen tomorrow we had an issue today we're gonna walk around today you're going to do it saturday at the airport like there's one day left yeah i guess maybe tomorrow we'll see all right good work donlevatar this actually happened off air it makes me want to punch to god's in the ear stugatz mike ryan asked me do we want dan morley and stu gods his reflex response just spit me was thunder dan and then he realizes in a rare moment of self awareness just what a dope he is and he says the next thing that comes out of his mouth is i can't help myself he's an outing d._c._c.'s libertar- show with two guys on e._s._p._n. radio so allison allison is mad at me because oh look at charlie shaking hands with biggs accusers the love of god what a suck up unbeliev allison is mad at me because hines ward was supposed to be here and i can't fill them because we've had too many guests today so yeah i know i make her job i make her job very difficult one of those guests though james harrison we were talking about him being the most intimidating man in football and a lot of you wrote in nominating john randall and i would have argued that yes john randall who used to do a celebration in which after he sacked the quarterback he would crawl around on all fours and then pretend to pee on either a fire hydrant or said quarterback i would've agreed until i called him on a story i'd heard that i didn't know was true about the time that he once fought with the kicker flawed revise and he told this story on highly question four events like all high school wrestler on i made a mistake flawed just like hey annot locked up on the ground there was one go saw who was the wrong guy to see it randomly daniel and comes over and i'm like give me a little cut me loose give you he's i mean you can't you can lose the flawed as because it's not just the cankers he's the rowley polling kicker do you remember horse i do some jenna cow skiing him in terms of body type never knows a black belt man you never know the truth mike what's going on with cameron jordan what did he do with dan patrick all right so this sound is funny obviously the cleveland browns franchise has been rescued baker mayfield they're no longer a laughing stock but that doesn't stop the media from laughing at years past we had seth wicker sham on and that was a great article and so let's laugh at the browns while we still can about this amazing draft day story because kamran jordan the saints player who still in the league has a very similar name to another player that the browns actually drafted and this is his draft experience are you ever confused with jordan cameron we got drafted i got drafted the first round he got drafted in the room for the browns called me why i was i was with my delight coach bill johnson a time who's going to super bowl this year we were driving from the airport and i got a call from the browns called down they're like hey we're about to select you like i mean i'm good actually i think i've already been selected but if you want to his shanking i'll take that okay so you'd already been taken in the first round so this was the next day right and you were going to get drafted by the brown no doubt and sitting there use like i mean i'll take to sign and bonuses but i refuse to go to cleveland yeah they've been a laughing stock for a long time so that's courtesy of the dan patrick show and i want to get to the story and use u._s._a. today about baker mayfield stu gods because he's still sort of talking around the whole hugh jackson thing in a way that if you're gonna stare them down like that in front of all the cameras and you're the personality guy you're the quarterback who's not afraid to tell it like it is you're not afraid to feud with colin coward you're you're afraid when you run from the police at one time but most of the time you're not afraid you're saying on it well i'm asking the question because here the quotes from baker mayfield and you know how badly i wanna quarterback who doesn't speak quarterback speak a guy who can come on and tell you the truth and show you personality and he says u._s._a. today quote there's a lot of stuff from behind the scenes that i don't even need to get into because that's in the past and focus on the future i think everything happens for a reason there's a reason we weren't playing well when all that was going on if you have that many distraction that much within the building how are you supposed to go out on sundays and compete so be able to eliminate distractions focus on doing your job having guys who believe in it is the best thing and that's what we have right now in freddie kitchens who sounds like he should be black that last part he didn't but i think we can all get behind baker said that because not enough people are giving him credit for all the stuff that he could say but hasn't yet about huge accent yeah but mike is that just a shot at you jackson or g._m. owner for grain that whole mess owner g._m. shot at the worst coach in n._f._l. history okay stop caring about hugh jackson's feelings he was he made out all right okay he made that all right everybody else get over jackson was historically bad in fact you can't make an argument against him being worse than he was i mean you can buy three by three wins he's the worst ever changed my mind the worst coach ever changed my mind okay so hard to make the argument you're very very mad boy you're either with us or you're against us don't leave us in the middle of season per division rival and you have a problem with baker mayfield fired you got a problem with baker mayfield telling you how it is let's check back in with super bowl radio road correspondent billy gill he's got a lot of notes in front of him do you have any stories about charlie being obnoxious i saw him sniffing around pacman jones over there he couldn't get close to trod keller fast enough the e._s._p._n. executive who runs radio charged keller notice it was darted away what the premise strong wanted to be around our show saw charlie and scampered off into the sea billy what is it that you've got on your note pad there and get charlie off my camera please i don't want to look at the side of his face anymore thank you all right let's go through today's do you want my mass singer notes or do you want my football all page of mass singer node last night while everyone's at the party's i stayed home to watch massingir if we did that today let's go ahead and doing this have your fun with massing or give us whatever it is that you got i was at the unicorn that was unmasked last night last night dan episode five of the mass singer i was a little disappointed because it was that second group that i'm not too fun there was rabbit unicorn alien and lyon unicorn got eliminated at the end of the show before we get to that last night i group performance by all the singers they sang on top of the world by imagine dragons then by the way nicole shire's thinks everyone's magician i don't know how many magicians do you think they're on the world but she think every performance a magician so the rabbit performed poison by bell ville i'm telling you that show fatone but i'll give you the other guesses if you really want them can john said that it's done walberg who by the way is married to jenny mccarthy who's there and he said oh yeah maybe i don't know how she wouldn't over husband was part of the show but she didn't know her part of the show it's not him anyways last night we were also introduced to the physical clue what was the rabbits physical you ask great question dan a magician's kit that's also why nicole things everyone's magician because they're just playing with our head at this point then the unicorn performed i love it by connor pop charlie all right what was her physical clue a typewriter not helpful in lease ken john thought it was kristen cavalier first because the clues but then he gets it was tori spelling we'll get back to that in a minute nicole thought it was denise richard robin said that's my jam during that song so that's robbins jam than the alien performed happy by for williams jenny thinks that it's paris hilton and nicole richie robin thinks it's rod stewart's daughter kimberly stewart nicole of paula abdul body so it could be paula abdul body or montoya jackson her physical clue a police badge from where muncie indiana it's probably toya jackson then the line performed california dream by sia best performance of the night people think that it could be someone that's collaborated with cash but not actually cash i think it might be this one i'm not too sure about robbins had cash after the clues and then change it to michelle williams after the performance her physical clue was the scrunchy that she described as a family heirloom then we got to the voting unicorn as we said was eliminated it was tori spelling spoiler alert that was episode five of the mass singer geiss bill you called that you had it corey spelling yeah because you had a couple of stuff unicorn babies last time i went and found out how many kids had and it was the same number of stuff unicorn babies billy dan stewart left all right well so what do we do you want to keep talking what do you wanna do donald earlier today meet charlie now she took a picture and then you know what happened you know what alison pull the fast ones atro- said hey why don't we why don't we take a picture together me and me and charlie allison did she said okay i'll take the picture she deleted the pictures that she was in can you believe that she deleted the pictures that she was in what a scoundrel all this time we thought we were friends nope street of the pictures by the way today supposed to be billy dea carter's ville in georgia and the mayor has not been nicer to me and i feel really bad because i couldn't make it to carterville georgia and then he put out a picture of the actual proclamation because he's still doing illegal day and i'm going to be honest with you because we're all friends here i just rented a car i think i'm gonna drive to maryland georgia after the show i think it's going to happen i don't wanna say it and get their hopes up because i feel like i've been playing a game with their hearts today quickly game by the way backstreet boys tomorrow three of the five of them believe unless cancelled at the last minute we'll find out that goes i really hope that one doesn't because the love of god man two minutes donlevatar how was he being allowed this stu gods talking forward go at it as hard as they can b._c.'s live at our show with this two guys on e._s._p._n. radio allison is mad about something else god's it's not just because i cancelled hines ward she's really mad at you because evidently do you know this man who is sitting next to billy right now because of the story that allison told me last night is mortifying i'm embarrassed on behalf of me and oss you know who this person is who sitting there next to billy i do he's a host a friend of mine from south dakota he's a friend of yours don't ask me to name i read read is his name all right jeff joins us now from falls ninety nine one and i just have a handful of questions for you jeff because i can't believe what i heard last night stu gods was supposed to go to falls oh he looked he doesn't show shame very often his body language is gone i feel betrayed i mean i had this had go out here we bought them lunch and jeff got you a private plane go to falls and you bail in the winter okay and so you ask for private plane and jeff got you bleep in private plane and you still were maximums to god's now keep in mind this poverty can be downloaded now please reward his behavior deviant it's immoral it's borderline criminal jeff go ahead and have at him like you got the floor and just pound him because we were going to have to sue falls he kept asking for stuff you kept producing stuff including a private plane but he can produce nice weather well here's here's the deal guys like some of us strive in this world to become lawyers doctors and another gas bags like myself in the great state of south dakota we strive to be stu gods and in fact when i found out about this man down to miami i just felt like this is what my life is going to be twenty five years from now so when we got the chance to hook up with you guys in the chance to maybe create what would be one of the most memorable experiences in stu gods live we came up with stugatz day and i thought it was going to be easy right we're going to bring this guy up he gets to go through the layup line like romo did with the dallas mavs except it'll be with the miami heat g. league affiliate sioux falls sky forest and so we set all this up you know the mayor at the time was going to give him the key to the city and we're gonna have a day that's proclaimed stu gods day you know the city of sioux falls got behind businesses behind it and then he started coming up with these cockamamie ideas of what he needed to have go along with it and because i'm a sucker i decided that i would go along with all of these things and so the major health provider up there sanford hell said you know what we'll send a private jet all the way down to miami brings to god's up he can bring whoever he wants to and then he started asking for more like talent fee so you know what i did when out and got money for the guy and i tried to give him money and he did not want the money he wanted to sit back and come up with skews is about how he has lacrosse practice with his daughters or something like that and then ultimately i kept coming up with more things like you know what fine we'll put up at the nicest hotel we'll make sure that you get play in a pro am with john daly john daly doesn't play golf that much anymore john daly gleason kid me i don't think he specified john daly i don't think i don't think that was that was properly articulated to just shut up in fact get out of here like golf watch jeff keep going tell us more secrets about this fraud let's get out of here well here's the here's the deal like in addition to all of this even though he has turned us down twenty seventeen in twenty eighteen we're a bunch of suckers up there through falls that we love the free publicity you guys give us on e._s._p._n. ninety nine one sioux falls sports leader that we ultimately are still willing to do a stu gods in two thousand nineteen when the sanford international pro-am comes back to falls we will hook up john daly stugatz have stu gods day will bring down the private jet we'll make it all happen and we'll still continue to get down and in twenty twenty we'll try the same damn thing again well i appreciate your persistence all tournament in the summer so sodas god's because no one is more persistent than him i've just realized that what he did to jeff and this is the data diehard rate and review reference he's doing the honda gruber terrorist demands like you know get my three hostages red dawn out of like he's just trying to rob a bank but he keeps making requests of jeff who he thinks his name is red and and and jeff keeps producing exactly every scott's demand mike this is infuriating it really is jeff if you could move that golf tournament to the peak of summer and keep your word on the talent fee and the private jet i think we can swing this in twenty nine thousand nine as long as you download the newest episode of supandi which is out now it is launched subscribe rate and review and also check out e._s._p._n. nine one through faults sports later we're going remand thanks for the time guys and i'll tell you this we will continue to produce and continue to get blown off and ultimately with all the things people have done in two falls wouldn't be shocked if they're listening right now and they're scheduling a meeting tomorrow to move the sanford international tournament sometime in july hitting and it'll be another thank you jeff we appreciate it keep up the guys thanks a lot i'm book that weekend of mike we can't keep rewarding this behavior because it's gonna all end with fire fest like it's going to all end in disarray fraud and me heading over to the port authority to do unspeakable things to save the podcast i got a new pug stoop stoop

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Late Night Lit: Deesha Philyaw & Todd Doughty

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Late Night Lit: Deesha Philyaw & Todd Doughty

"Haberman seth meyers here. Welcome to another edition of podcast series. Late night lit where we shine a spotlight on some of our favorite voices in the world of literature. Now i'm going to turn things once again over to one of our late night producer sir jinx daily. They get away. Sarah hi everyone. I'm sarah jinx daily and welcome back to late night. Let this month. We are so fortunate to speak with national book award finalist de chapelle ya the author of the fantastic collection of short stories. The secret lives of church. Ladies we also chat with one of the most beloved figures in the new york publishing community. Todd doughty who is the senior. Vp and deputy publisher doubleday wherever you find yourself during this very surreal and very strange holiday season. We hope you will be inspired by and enjoy listening to these conversations with di shan todd. And you'll find some time to read the secret lives of church. Ladies is a remarkable debut collection of short stories that examine the lives of black women spanning generations and exploring topics such as sex religion and the sometimes hidden lessons and truths that exist within those stories. It is beautifully written and move seamlessly through the different narrative perspectives. Now here's my chat with delia. High show welcome to late night. Let thank you so much for doing this. Thank you for inviting me. So i wanna start with congratulating you on being a finalist for the national book awards and i know it probably wasn't the result you were hoping for but it must have been thrilling to have been recognized on that scale for this book. The rolling Stunned just beyond thrilled really and especially to be in such great company I don't know if you had a chance to read the other books. But just magnified the honor. Those some really great books you mentioned when we are talking about four that are you still sort of surprised and impressed. When people have read the book i am. You know it. It's it's a short book. It short stories which don't get a lot of play. it's on a university press. you know. i've always loved the book. I didn't ever imagine that it would have this kind of reach and that it would affect so many people from so many different backgrounds so deeply. I'm thrilled about that. But i know never thought about it. Where were you when you found out that it was nominated for the fiction prize. So you know. There's a long list in the shortlist. The long list. I was on a call with a collaborate on workshop and was multitasking. As we do in someone sent me. Congratulations in a facebook message. And i knew that the fiction list was coming out that morning but it didn't dawn on me that that's what i was being congratulated for and it wasn't until they dropped the link to the nominations and i could see the headline. I just started screaming and i haven't really stop screaming. And then when you got down to the shortlist you just continue to scream throughout the process so a new when the shortlist was coming out and we were watching for it i was with my daughters that morning and i think we had every device open we were like you know furiously checking and refreshing and my oldest daughter taylor was sitting next to me and she saw it first and she said you got it and i guess i screamed and through my hands up and like hours later she was like you know you hit me in the face. I didn't realize that you in the so i've had very visceral reactions To to to this well the book is wonderfully. And i'm so glad that you're getting that reaction from people who who've been reading it and loving it and it really lives up to its title in the secret lives of church. Ladies in the way that the women are the main characters and frequently also the supporting characters and men really are just ancillary. Was that the direction that you always wanted this collection to take her to. That kind of organically happened as putting together. It was really organic and my friend. Damon young summarized it best after he read the book he said men are garnish in this book. And and i really liked that Not just because men are garnished but because it means that women are the meal where the main course and that was always my intention to center black women and you know what are the secrets. What are the things that we only tell each other or that maybe we only tell ourselves And so by having that be the focus you know the result is what you see what you read and too often. We're marginalized in our own stories or misrepresented and so to be able to tell the truth. The whole truth in center black women in their own narratives was really important to me yet. You mentioned black women. And i read that. You are inspired by both tony. Morrison and august wilson. When you when you were writing this in the sense that the focus of these stories is on black women and their perspective. Can you talk about how they helped you through this creative process. Yes so you know the boldness the audacity the tenacity of boris in in august wilson They're great role models in so many respects. But in that way in particular. They are unapologetic about what they choose to write about. You know in both cases they wrote what interested them they wrote. They were passionate about and they made it clear. That black life is so full that there's nothing about the human condition. There's nothing you know. We talk about universal That you can tell are universal story through black people's lives and our voices and they did that with such confidence and they did it with such excellence as well and you know. That's what i aspire to do. also. I think that's wonderful. We're those two people writers that you found yourself reading more as you started writing more or those people that were always writers that you read throughout your life. So tony morrison. I've been reading since i was A teenager and and she's also someone like james baldwin you just read and reread back to them and and at every different stage of my life. I see something new. Because i'm new. I'm different and then the books changed you. And there's just the cycle with august wilson. I came to his work later in life. As a pittsbur-. I knew who he was but did not know his work. Nearly as well as i knew. Toni morrison's work. And then i was the manager for the national august wilson education project that came out about five years ago in support of the american masters documentary about his life. And so i immerse myself in august wilson in the plays in his biography In the neighborhood that he lives in. It's you know it's in the hill district. And that's just down the road from where i live and so i wasn't just reading the plays but also reading his interviews where you know. He spoke with such boldness about in he you know he was talking about not just black storytelling but also black theatre And so the politics of the choices that he made and how he just was unwavering. Really inspired me and encourage me. How do you think the role of religion in your life or perhaps the practice of going to church or the role church played in your life contributed to this collection. Was that a part of your childhood in something you have written about before something you knew you wanted to write about so when i started writing sort of the seeds. You know the very beginnings of all of this before i knew it would be a collection was about twenty years ago and i was attempting to write novels and and i wasn't thinking specifically church ladies concept. I was thinking dissatisfied women. Because that's what. I was at that time and the church part of it came because the churches in me in that i was sent to church from a very young age and i say sense because i was raised by my mother and her mother my grandmother and they sent me to church but they didn't always go to church and they become churchgoers until i was in college. So you know. I'm watching that. And i'm mesmerized by the women inside the church in that dichotomy of being in the church or out of the church and then the two women that i love most in life aren't in the church but i'm there and i'm told that you have to be there to you. Know to go to heaven. All of these binary heaven and hell and good and bad and good girl bad girl and i'm watching the women and wondering about them and then puberty hits and you start wondering you know do they have sachs while they have kids so they must have set. Do they light sex today. Masturbate i was. I was a very curious child. Of course i would never ask the church ladies these things but i definitely watch them and because that was imprinted on me in a way when you're trying to figure out who you're going to be in the world what is it means to be a woman. When i started exploring things in my fiction. They came back their voices came back. Those questions i had came back and And so even when i was thinking of it conceptually as church stories. Those are the characters that came back time and time again. You mentioned you started working on this a long time ago and zero. It was an interesting process. Did you have an idea how you wanted to organize them like. Did you spend time moving around in different orders before it was published so i started the collection because i wasn't able to finish a novel one of the many novel i i've started three different novels and there was one that really had legs and that i started in two thousand seven and now stalled on it and a number of reasons that has to do with craft. Why stalled but i was stalled. But in the meantime mr writing these stories and my age it had heard me read these stories at some events in at by the second time she said you know. I really like these church lady stories. And i hadn't thought of them that way but she did and she said maybe while you're taking a break from the novel and she's being very generous with that break you know. Maybe you could put together a short story collection and that salt. A little less daunting not that. It's easy but it just didn't feel as overwhelming than going back to a novel that i've been stuck on for so long and so that's when i got really intentional about okay. There going to be themes throughout black women. Sex the black church but you know beyond that there could be a lot of diversity and so when i was writing the stories. I wasn't thinking sequence or anything like that it. Just you know had some different things that it could have been a line of dialogue. I heard somewhere in my head or heard out in the world three years ago. Like what can i do with this. Or in the case of one of the stories i'd written maybe ten to fifteen pages of a story and i ended up calling two paragraphs out of that building a story around that so when it came time to sequence the stories for the collection. I like things that you know like satisfying things. We not be happy but satisfying and it's sort of embodied like si- you know so i knew which story was last. I knew when. Eddie levert comes. That felt like a sigh. It wasn't the last story i wrote though. But that's the one i felt was sort of be end and i knew that ula should be. I 'cause i just feel like with ula you don't ease into it now. It's everything that's gonna come next all the major themes are there. It's provocative topic. And so i figure readers can read. That added know whether or not they want to continue so it was a little sentimental because ula was the first of the stories to be published elsewhere and that was the challenge that my agent gave me which is if we can get three of these stories published. We can market this collection on the strength of partial manuscript with three stories published and sounds like all right so i got the first one done you know and so you know ula will always be close to my heart for that reason and then after that i wanted to break up rhythm right. I didn't want to really long stories following each other and then tone. You know something really heavy followed by something a little lighter like your sisters long and it has some heavy things i think is the funniest story in the collection. So those are the kinds of things that thought about sequencing. I loved all the stories. I think might favorite was actually how to make love to physicist. That one was to Just loved that one so much. I also have the one where the couple moves to the northeast from the south snowfall. Those are my favorites. Those probably both end with a nice side being that speaks to what i was looking for but when people talk to you about the book do you find that. They have the same favorites. What are the ones that most frequently come up. When they talked about how much they loved it. Peach cobbler hands down. Seems to be most people's favorite. And i think it's because you can't walk away from that story and not feel something and it's either you the the main character you know you're just devastated by what has happened to her. And then the not knowing of what happens next and her she didn't know and so as readers we don't know either and then there's a lot of really strong feelings towards the mother you know and so i think that's the one that shakes people up the most but then some people have picked up on the fact that we do see olivia. The main character again later in one of the stories and so that was not conscious on my part. I was writing that later story. It was actually the last story. I wrote and i think that area from peach cobbler was still in my subconscious. And i needed to know what happened. And i started writing that last story. And there's the line about the peach cobbler and i kind of gasped myself. And i was like her. It's her and that's all right. Even if we can debate about if she had a happy ending or not but it felt right that we did get some closure. Yes i am of that. Finally i would love to ask if there are any books that you would recommend to our listeners. That recently read and loved. Oh gosh so many. Let's see definitely the prophets by robert johnson If that was out yet but it might be available for for preorder. And i'm gonna mangle this tile. If i don't look it up but i think it's milk blood and by daniel monet's and we're actually from the same hometown right milk blood heat and is also forthcoming and It's actually set in our hometown of jacksonville. Florida and i was reading an early copy of it and just in the first fourteen pages. I gasp gasping a lot. I guess and i actually had to text her and said you did. This did this. It is breathtaking. Both of those books the prophets plural and milk blood heat. Okay grant i look forward to reading knows it was so nice to talk to you. Thank you again for joining us and for everyone. The secret lives of church. Ladies is available wherever books are sold but please support your local independent bookstores. Thank you again. Shah bank you so much. We'll be right back with todd. Doughty doughty is a senior. Vp and deputy publisher doubleday. He works with an amazing slate of authors including margaret. Atwood john grisham and others. When is pandemic began in march. He embarked upon a personal project which recently turned into a book deal of his own. Here's my chat with todd doughty. Hi todd welcome to late night live. I am so appreciative that you agreed to talk to us things so much for having me longtime listener first-time caller so. I think this interview will probably be more familiar than us too. Because we are not only colleagues but we've developed a friendship over the last few years so i thought we could start with how we met and why we know each other. Sure so i have were doubleday for the past fifteen years and and part of the publicity department there and you have been very kind to us our authors over the years as has seth so i'm trying to think what are i. Would it have been hanya for a little life. yes. I think hanya jahar. As a little life was the first book that really broke the mold for us in terms of feeling like we could have novelist on the show as talk show guests. It was a great interview. I mean hanieh is fascinating and the way she said if folks haven't seen it they should look it up because you know she's talking about a seven hundred page novel Just the way that they were able to bring life was really great. I mean spike sales after that. There was a lot of love for that book. But getting you and steph behind it and having her on really pushed it into the stratosphere a spectacular it was so wonderful. I think that's one of my favorite all time bucks. I love it so much. So you mentioned you are doubleday. And now you are the senior vice president and deputy publishers. That right that is right. I oversee the publicity department. Have a hand in marketing as well. I've been in publishing for twenty two years now. Which seems kind of insane to me. You know i was a kid who grew up in carterville illinois occupation nearly six thousand. Go carter alliance My family is all still there. It's about six hours south of chicago and a came from a long long line of readers. Papa was a coal miner and every day when he got in the elevator to go on that long right down into the mine. There was always a book with him and he read everything from shakespeare to stephen king. My uncle denison avid reader. My mom so my whole life was surrounded by books and in college. I supported myself working in his distant manager and my first two years i was with books million with walden books and then after i came to new york on a trip in nineteen eighty nine with the part of this church. Yes i decided. I was going to move to new york. So i transferred to the waldenbooks at fifty seven broadway and i worked at the bookstore for three years till the last christmas where someone was not very nice to me when we didn't have a constant what am i gonna do on the my friend. Jerry said i have a friend who works at random house. She's a production manager. There's an assistant job of an publicity and you can talk to a wall and you like to read and that you'd be really good at it. I was thinking. I and so i went on the interview and got the job and things to carol. Schneider anton both legends in the biz. It opened the door to my career. I was add bennett. Cerf random house to fifty at. That's how old i am melons. My start and i've been at doubleday for the past sixteen years. Almost i founded till remarkable. How long people in publishing stay in their jobs. Yeah it's one of the few industries. I think that you can have that happen. And it's been i mean. Look i have been so lucky like you know you do this because you love the books in the. That's why even have focused on because you have that love of reading. And i think that that's what gets us going every day. The excitement of somebody new the excitement of working with house author publicity is the abuse of the publishing train. You know like an editor buys book. They edited they work on it together with the writer. It's then goes into production. There's a cover made and then we start the conversation about who has the right audience for this power. We gonna reach them. And that's just been a blast for me like again. I'm a little book. Nerd still am at forty seven years old. So the thought of working with people like john. Grisham in in human margaret atwood and kevin khan and erin morgenstern. Like it was just who would have ever thought you know. Yeah and it's still exciting. I wanted to ask about that because our world collided last year. Again when margaret. Atwood the inimitable. Margaret atwood came too late night to talk about the testaments which was her long awaited sequel to handmaid's tale and meeting her and watching her speak to seth was such a treat. And i'd imagine that working directly with her was one of the more fulfilling. Our has been one of the more fulfilling moments in your illustrious career it was awesome that segment also if any listener has not seen it. Please watch you will see margaret atwood. Read seth's palm. Which i did not know was going to happen and it was such a great moment to see. You guys snapped me onto the sad. It was so much fun. I kept the cards. They're in my office in new york. I hope you get back there someday. Who knows when. But i'm counting. We'll get to the other side yet. I was an amazing launch. The book was embargoed which means we don't send out early copies we keep secrets you know. We don't share a lot with a bunch of folks you know we we built that campaign kind of brick by brick and you guys were very important. Part of that was her first. Tv stop in the us On a long tour and it was so funny because when we got the manuscript we had to give it a dummy title called the casement's and we had to give it a dummy author victoria lock. It was wet. Margaret chose so anytime that we made photocopies which were rare. It was that and you know nothing was emailed. It was totally secret. It was just the craziest most wonderful time and one of the funny things that happened while we were traveling together during that league so the amazing amazingly feldman at time magazine. The books that are there she did. An interview with margaret. Margaret was on the cover of time magazine for their fall preview. There had not been a woman writer on the cover of time. I believe tony morrison in the nineties. And that's amazing. Yeah so it was really an incredible feature in an incredible thing to be on the covers. Anyway we're in dallas. We just interviews and margaret says an easy. Pick up a couple of things. Let's go to drugstores just cbs. And i got to shop with margaret. Atwood were there and we got up to the counter to pay and the magazine rack is right there in front of didn't there is the time magazine with her on the cover so i just grabbed a copy and i put it facing the cashier. I said we'll take this as well and the cashier looked at. It looked at us. Scant put putting the bag. That'll be thirty to fifty this just funny moment but the other cool thing about that time was you know. A lot of authors are not recognized on the street. it's sort of an anonymous life. you know. In a way you still have that anonymity that may be set dozen but when we would walk through airports come out of interviews studios or walking the streets of manhattan. The fascinating thing to see the young people come up to her and just sort of you know moment of aw that they saw because she's just such a legend mentioned amazing. That's very cool. Yeah it's true it as such a solitary pursuit in many ways. You're sitting room for a while and you know it could take. Who knows how long. I think you know can be fast. It can be years can be forever. You know who knows and then you kind of leave and go out into the world and have to talk about this thing after you've written it all by yourself. It's a little bit of a surreal experience especially on the events side like i've traveled a lot john grisham. And you know you go into ram in. There's a thousand people or more that are waiting to see him and they're such a great energy and there's i think that's the great thing about books. Is that connection. You bring your own experience to that. And i think is amplified when you see the author in person because what is personal to you they may not know you know artists objectives so whatever your life experiences that you bring or a book save during a difficult time. It's a release special thing to witnessed over the past twenty some years. yes absolutely. that's very cool. I found that when i started at late night. And we were attempting to navigate this literary landscape i reached out to a number of publicists in order to set up meetings and get a sense of what we could do to feature authors and novelists and also try to get the word out that seth was a reader person who loved literature and that we would be committing to this and we found that we received the most wonderful reception and still do from the publishing community and i wondered if as a person in that community. You kind of speak to that. Because i do think now. The landscape is very different. Set aside this last nine months but this landscape is very different from what it looks like when we launched the show in two thousand fourteen. Absolutely i mean. I think the other thing to comment and commend you. All on is got your guys. Reading tastes really wide and varied. I mean we have an author named houser who wrote a novel for us a family of origin and she did appease crane wives that ran on the paris review. Seth threat that morning and contacted you. Then you contacted me. I mean that was just amazing connection that we were able to do for that booking and it was all because of how you guys read you know and i think also these days were very lucky to have the morning shows have authors on. You know there some late night but you guys are really consistent in promoting diverse voices and also debut voices which may not happen in other outlets also settled I love him. You know and seeing him with people and authors. I think that he's able to draw questions. And things that others may not be able to and plus your segments law. Yeah it is nice to be able to have the time to talk to them. And i think it makes such a difference. At least you can tell. I think an an any perspective when someone is really devoted to whatever. The person's project is and so devoted to reading that. I think that comes through nicely which is very good. Yeah so. I wanna talk about something that you started doing in march which was for those that don't follow on instagram. They can after this interview. But you start posting a series of images which you had taken a beautiful pictures from your trips all over the world and you company them with hopeful thoughts or memories or ideas that were things we could collectively be happy about and it became his regular practice for you and it turned into a book deal which is amazing and i know that was not your intention when you started so i wondered if you could talk a little bit about why you started doing that. And then how that all came together sure. It is one of the craziest things that has ever happened to me in my life. Megan refrain that. You'll hear me say. I am very lucky because this all started as you said sort of it actually started the date at the w. h. o. declared the pandemic on a believe that was march. Eleven and a friend of mine describes life as people carry around invisible bag of rocks and some of those bags are heavier than others. Sometimes there are more rocks and sometimes they're less raw fewer rocks. But everybody has that. And the i started doing it as it had just become such an uncertain time it was for me truly to just ground myself of things that made me happy so the lists are called happy making things in a difficult world and it's everything from a piece of art to food to memory to feeling to photography to book two lines from movies any little thing like a fat goldfish or elizabeth peyton painting or lobby baby by stuff made it in because we love that special shits creek which i became obsessed with during the pandemic and of course limit. Will you same way yes. I always end with a bears. Repeating in manuel miranda. I'm obsessed with hamilton. I think he's a genius. But i started doing it almost every day you know and then usually on the weekends i started doing lists call things. You might consider doing today or things. You might consider doing this weekend again. That's everything from rita's piece by the person that i've found in and loved or reorganized the junk drawer it can be anything and anyway I built up a lot and then an amazing agent named brittany blam contacted me and said i think this is a book and i had a few other friends who had told me you could do this. Like this should be a buck. You should put it all together so it will come out next october from penguin it's going to be a traitor bak original. We wanted to keep it under twenty bucks. It is the list that have been published. But i've also done about fifty percent new ones. I've written playlets written about sixteen longer essays. Things that are important to me or universal enough. But it's all about taking that sort of five minutes to read these things and just find that piece of joy you know. There's a fine line between memory and discovery. A friend of mine had said and so my hope in knees in the buck and if folks go find my page on instruments. Todd judy's doughty on instagram. My hope is that there's something that sparks a happy memory for you. There's something bat you might like that. I liked you. Remember that or you may not know a painting that i reference or a song that i reference or something else or you may not like what i posted but it might spark you to think of something that does so. It basically was just a way of kind of grounding everything okay. The world is kind of terrifying large. But just take a moment to remember a few little things that make us happy so the book is going to be called little pieces of hope. Next year i am so excited for thank you. I've loved looking at the posts and told you this before but it was very remarkable thing you did and i'm so excited people are going to see it on a different medium are still absolutely gobsmack happening. There's that's how all the best things are. It's true you know when i was in college became obsessed with john. Grisham novels me. My roommate's jeremy devoured them. I was working in the bookstore. It's time and so. I wrote him a letter. I believe after the pelican brief and in one thousand nine hundred ninety two. John wrote back to me. And i still have. I still have the envelope and i. M his publicist now and have been for the past five years and it has been just one of their most sort of magical things in my life like it's crazy. That's a great yeah. I'm so proud of you. It's really adding and i'm looking forward to getting my signed copy of your book. I will make that happen. Lastly i want to end with any books that you would like to recommend to our listeners. That you've either read recently or over the past nine months i have discovered the canadian mystery writer. Louise penny she has the inspector armanda mosh series set in three pines. And i've become obsessed with that. First book in the series is still life which is great She has a very good sense of humor. And a razor sharp brain and i think the twists in that novel. I was really surprised by loved that we have a novel called bath house coming out next june by by this gentleman named pj. Vernon and i swear that it is the closest thing that i have read to gone girl in a long long time and the seemingly perfect couple of oliver nathan gives nick and amy from conquer a run for the money and then lastly i reread charlotte's web about a month ago and now all these years later when i reread it it still packs a wallop like ab white gets real. You know it was great reread in. I have a stack of stuff to get through the winter. One of the goals is robert. Caro's lyndon johnson biography series. Thank you so much todd for taking the time. And i can't wait to see you in real life soon right back at you. Thank you so much for asking me is just completely wonderful. And i was happy to do it. Thank you everyone. And seth again. The late night staff is full of gracious readers. Here's some recommendations what we've been reading lately. My name is denying a soft ski. I am a writer here at late night. I wanted to recommend the end of october. By laurence right in case. You aren't freaked out enough about what's going on. He basically did investigative reporting interviewing public health officials experts scientists on our preparedness for a pandemic and it was early published back in april. It focuses on a foul character. Witnesses an outbreak. So if you want escape reality this is probably not the book for you but if you want to be super creeped out about how realistic it is. You might wanna check it out. And right also wrote the looming tower which was turned into a television series. So again read at your own peril. But it is fascinating. Hi everybody. i'm janney from the ban. And i have a book recommendation for you guys. The one that i've been enjoying during this strange other worldly time we're living through is the wind up bird chronicle ricky mira commie. I love this book because it's a very sort of dreamy in wonderland kind of adventure story it's rooted in reality but really goes off the rails and parts and gets very very strange. This is a translation by j reuben. And i love the pros on it. It's very easy to read. It's very strange but very interesting and the story pulls you along. I just really loved this book. It was originally written as a series that were published separately and this is putting mall together. So it's sometimes the jumps around a little bit but i feel like that just adds to the overall dream equality of it. So that's my book recommendation. This is late night. Lift our thanks de shelia and todd doughty. Our theme music was written and performed by the band for late. Night with seth meyers. I'm sarah james daily. Thanks for listening and happy reading.

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I'm Afraid I Won't Be Able To Cash Flow School (Hour 2)

The Dave Ramsey Show

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I'm Afraid I Won't Be Able To Cash Flow School (Hour 2)

"Live from the headquarters of ramsey solutions broadcasting from the dollar car rental studios. It's the ramsey show where debt is dumb cash is king and the paid off home mortgage has taken the place of the bmw as the status symbol of choice. I am dave ramsey. Your host anthony oneal ramsey personality number one bestselling author is my co host today. Thank you for joining us. The phone number triple eight to five five two two five. That's triple eight eight to five five two. Two five austin is in gainesville florida. I austin how are you. hi dave. i'm doing good. How are you better than i deserve. What's up You just got a quick question for you about if it would make sense for me about the on say to kind of swap around baby steps. Four or five and six now. Oh baby step two about to finish off next month actually We're twenty five years. We've been married for coming up four months now. Congratulations thank you. I appreciate that partially on the king of the baby steps living means but doctor told them to it and Like i said all much dealt with that and then if my math is right we've done with thirty five or six months of all the end of the year on excellent. And your phone's breaking up sir. Try again now. Yeah okay yes. There's now we live in a double owns family land. The land is paid for. We only owe about fifty nine thousand dollars out on mobile home. yes sir. oh that's sixty thousand dollars okay It's a brand new it only three years ago or Anyways we We young about that much on it. And i'm just kinda curious if it would make more sense for us right now being that we don't have kids She's in school more. Become a nurse. Practitioner If it would make sense for her and either go ahead and kinda pay off the house once get done with baby step three and kinda hold up on this thing for two and a half years or so Or if we should just kinda. Follow him. As chris and i also while there. Yeah no no austin. We dave said in the beginning and we both laughed but we were both very serious. The baby steps worked for a reason man and get an for me. I actually went to say. I like way you're thinking you like. Hey let's get one hundred percent debt free and i love that thought process but also when you think about if you can start investing at twenty six years old man you you're setting yourself up for wealth down the road now. I will definitely say. I would get an extra job and be investing my fifteen percent while also going after this because that's a depreciating and our could be wrong but that's a depreciating not as fast as actual brick home so i would definitely be working very hard to pay it off but i'm not gonna do that at at the sake of skipping over babysat four and not investing at all. Okay yes sir. Here's a problem you've got. Would you pay for that Whenever about eight years ago the total finances finance seventy four okay and so you've already lost fifteen thousand dollars. Yes sir and ten years from now. What's up mobile home worth Probably not very much without the land and it's family liens on the land. Land is going to be there whether the mobile homes are not. Yeah you're not you're not paying off the land you're paying off a mobile home right so you have sixty thousand dollars in the middle of your kitchen table on fire burning right so i think we're going to do something else with this with this trailers what i would do. I want to get out. I want to try to get out of it as fast as i can. Because it's going down not up. Yes that's kinda i guess. Kinda by of course stemmed from Long gross like. I say we live. We live on family. But it's been in my family for per alone long time and that's where we that's where we intend or reason our family is dated to you. Yes there is in your name. Yes or how many acres right now altogether. We've got fix good for And it's kinda are there's some vacant lots around us and green able to pay cash for those thoughts and the house on that your To increase how much out and wondering your household income right now at about one hundred and three thousand. i'm a. I'm a firefighter verse. Okay and this. This was not on your radar. So it's gonna be really really hard for you to swallow. But i'm worried about you burning sixty thousand dollars over the next five years or ten years and so i would want to cut this fire short if i were you And i don't know exactly how to do this. But i think i'm going get that trailer sold now. I might move into an apartment and then get construction. Build a house. yeah. I like that day because i every day you keep that thing. Your money's going the wrong way. That's that's the problem. So i don't i don't know what we're doing there but That that's not what you're thinking as you were thinking you're going to ride this thing all the way into the dirt and i wouldn't burn sixty thousand bucks up. Yeah it's too hard to come by. You've done a great job. You made a lot of progress. You you got a game plan by the end of the year. You're going to be in good shape and it might be that next spring You start trying to get this. The mobile home sold and you may have to put some money with salad. You may end up owing more on it than it's worth and so I mean you you very well could be upside down in it. And so. I'm i'm going to limit my losses by getting rid of it and that but then you got place to live. So i'm thinking move into an apartment and get you a construction loan and build a house on the family land because homes go up in value The land is an independent part of this. You have a free gift of land. That's wonderful but that you got that whether you put a mobile home on it or whether you put a stick built home on it that's going up in value. Yeah and so. I just Yeah i it's a problem you've got 'cause you bought a very expensive depreciating set. Yeah and dave. I'm still new in the whole mobile home areas it. Will it be more difficult to sell the mobile home. Yes very difficult. It's because because there's land under it. He's not going to sell the land. I would just be selling the mobile home i. It's that it's very a used mobile homes hard to okay and if you're not a mobile home dealer i mean so there it can be done and obviously it's a nice nice one. Yeah i mean you got any todd up here right but But that's the problem i've got so anyway. You handle it however you want sir. I think you've made really really good progress. And i think that thing's going to be a boat anchor around your neck while you're trying to go swimming as you go forward because you've got this blessing of this fabulous piece of land six nice acres there without any and you know if you got a house built on there and then you start saving money like crazy and One of those lots comes available. You can buy it and add onto your property and by that with cash. That could be the next. Ten years of your life is just building out that farm area there so very cool. It's a good. It's a good plan. But i don't wanna wake up ten years from now on be living in. Something's worth nothing. While i watched it burn down. This is the ramsey show. Look i know it's easy to put off taking care of something like life insurance but now more than ever you have a responsibility to your family. Get it done. Term life rates have recently dropped. And it's actually easier to get coverage now with many companies offering to skip the medical exams. If you don't have life insurance or not enough you need to step up. Take care of this and let the team at zanderinsurance. Help go to zander. Dot com or call eight hundred three five six forty two eighty two. Our question today comes from blinds dot com. They have a one hundred percent satisfaction. Guarantee means even if you miss measure you pick the wrong color. They'll remake your blinds for free. You get free samples free shipping and with the new promos. They run every month. You'll save even more use the promo code ramsey to get the best possible deal so dave. Today's question concert will mayor san diego. California i'm twenty years old may two thousand dollars per month and have eleven thousand dollars in savings. I live with my parents but some friends. And i want to get an apartment next year. I tand community college and we'll transfer to a university soon with rent being so expensive in our area. I'm afraid i won't be able to cash school. When i transfer what should i do. I was rocking with you until you said i will not. I'm not sure if. I will be able to cash flow school when i transferred before i was like. Yeah man. move out if you can pay cash for school and an apartment but since you cannot pay cash for college and rent the you going to say there's no shame in the game being at home while you're going to school yup nine show ever and that enables you to do that without a debt free. Yeah i mean without any that's just that's That's that's the job one. Yeah college students day. They went they. They get excited for the experience and they don't think about the cost of the experience down the road and so man experience all you can at the grip. Yeah so see what what happens is if people do a switch in their minds Okay show he moves out and then he gets student loans and he says. I got student loans to go to college. Yeah no you. Didn't you gotta student loans for an apartment right because you could have gone to college. Free our debt free while of in home. Yeah so you really borrowed money to be in an apartment yet. Now we're talking to david just called me dumb because i don. I've done dumb. I'm been very vocal about all the stupid things i've done. But that's you know that's what happens is we're that we're financing lifestyle very often yes with these things indirectly and so but we all well educations expensive. Well it is expensive when you move into an apartment with a skylight a jacuzzi anorak. Abort it gets expensive. Then you know that's exactly what happened. So i'm i anthony. You nailed that perfectly done open phones at triple eight eight to five five to two five. Jamie is an evansville. Hi jamie welcome to the ramsey. Show hi thank you for taking my call. Sure all right so my husband. And i are in baby steps four five and six and we are currently looking at refinancing our home. We currently have thirty years. He alone at four percents. Were almost eight years into that. Loan our current loan value remaining. It's two hundred thousand and home is worth about three hundred thousand and so. We're looking at our refinancing options. I've been really surprised and that our current lender has given us All the data points we've asked for and the va thirty year. Loan has actually had the lowest And closing costs. And i hear you say all the time that the va loan is generally one of the most expensive one calling to ask what should are there other questions. Or is there a gotcha like leslie. The asking because it seems almost suited t free version or something wrong in the equation because of va. Loan is more expensive than the rate is slightly higher than a fannie mae loan and have you got a credit problem now. We have excellent credit. No and so. The rate we we're getting is two point seven five for a fifteen year conventional or a thirty year along the same rate but the but the closing closing costs for the va loan or fifty two hundred and four the fifteen year eighty two hundred and then a little over ten thousand so the thirty or conventional. They include the funding fee. I i listen. You need to get a second bid so to speak get in touch with churchill mortgage and have them run numbers for you and and and then you can smell out. What's going on here because The va loan. When you come to the closing table is just it should be. I mean it has more fees associated with it. It's in order to to do the underwriting. Unless somehow they're piggybacking on your existing loan and not having to hit a funding fee. That may be what's happening but call churchill mortgage talk it through with them and see if they can figure out what's happening here. I'm not mad about getting. Va loan if it's the cheapest one take it yet but do a fifteen year fixed and take. Don't take the fifteen year fixed with the best rate and best closing costs. I don't. I don't care if it's va loan in your case But it just normally isn't just normally not as expensive. Now the only thing i can think is somehow you're getting some credit for some of the. Va fees from your original loan. And they're moving them over to this and you're not. You're not getting charged as much as if you'd walked in off the street to do a. Va that's possible. And i don't know the nuances of that but that's the only thing that comes to mind because if you just walk in off the street to get a va loan or fha. You're gonna find that much so it's at easing. Hey thank you for the call. We appreciate you joining us. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five you jump in. We'll talk about your life. We'll talk about your money. Hunter is with us and texarkana texas a hunter our you dave. How's it going better than i deserve. What's up hey. I was calling to say. I recently became debt free on. I'm working through the baby steps to go my thank you. Thank you very much My company offers a raw or one. J good um with a match rate. My question was questionable and should have put off fifteen percent into the roth. Four one k. Or should i just do the up to the company match and then put the rest in to a roth. Ira how much their match real. Quick hunter It's four percent up to four percent. I put in five. They put in for wonderful. Well either the non matching portion of your roth. 401k is exactly equal to an individual roth. Ira if you're investing in exactly the same thing so the only reason you would do an individual is if you don't have good. Mutual fund options are great mutual fund options. And you could get better ones on your own because the ones in your 401k. Or a little weak okay. Yeah that's what. I met with the with the an adviser few weeks ago and he was talking to me about how he could probably build me Kind of like an all star portfolio whereas kind of the the company that my The service that my company uses maybe limited. Well that would be true. Because you know you've got eight or ten options to pick from your 401k and you've got eight thousand mutual funds to pick from the market for your individual. Ira so you should be able to find something that will perform now. What you won't find what you shouldn't be able to find is something that's substantially different if you've got good mutual funds on your 401k and you get slightly better than good mutual funds with your individual roth. Ira that's fine but it's not like you're going to double your money or something. Okay so you know. But i mean some a lot of times in a 401k. You don't like the. You're not wild about your options. You definitely gonna take the match either way and then go to the individual and get options. That i'm jumping up and down excited about with your adviser that that's a fine way to do it. Hey great job though hunter get into these babies spanish asking the right quite understanding what he's doing. He's doing a great job of getting his arms around. What's happening. I love it. These are the people that bill wealth. Yes ask questions they understand. They think he's using good critical thinking skills yes. He's walked his way through the process. He's gotten a debt and is ready to do investing any following a system. Yep that'll make him rich. Yeah overtime overtime. But not get rich. Quick not at all so day one of the things. I'm teaching over on my show. A table is maxine. 401k once you max sat out then go over to a traditional and then for the people max out to hsa. Are you allowing with that as well. As long as you're not over fifteen percent with the total right yeah and your baby. Step seven you max out everything everything. Everything in sight. Because you're trying to keep the government's hands off of it. I mean i'm max my. Hsa max my 401k. Due back door. Ross anything i can do. Keep the government. Chan's office something right Because by the time it gets back to me from them there's not much left some magic formula. That's the truth man. Oh man this is the ramsey chef in the lobby of ramsey solutions on the debt free stage and lee and michelle are with us. Hey guys how are ya. Tower anthony absolute better than we. Deserve welcomed nashville. Where do y'all live carterville georgia. Okay little north of atlanta that. Welcome all the way up here and up here to do a debt free scream. How much have you paid off. Three hundred and five thousand. I believe it's non sixty eight excellent excellent job. How long did this take eighteen months good for you and your range of income during that eighteen months between one ninety and two ten. Wow you guys are killing it. What do y'all do for a living. I'm in the insurance business with my brother. We have insurance. I see in quarters ville and michelle administrator with a church right wonderful. Well done you guys. So what kind of debt was the three hundred and six who a little bit everything Mortgage we actually had to mortgages because we are actually celebrated in our two year anniversary two day almost to the minute With you guys and actually were podcast and we all when we decided to do the thing. But it's mortgage credit card some tax debt. Just a little bit everything. wow okay. She paid off your house yes. I'm looking at houses to house. Would-be newly-weds when we got married. I had a house. He had a house. So we sold my house paid that one off and use the Profit from my house to do our three to six months and then threw it into the mortgage at his house. Oh okay so we're just cleaning up. Yeah very good. Starting a new marriage the way you want to start way man. We actually started on our honeymoon. Wow we chat. We were in chattanooga for our honeymoon and we stop to get gas. I was the only one with a credit card. And we cut it up in the gas parking lot and threw it in the trash can listening to podcasts. Going down the road or something. That's exactly right. Oh marty he ordered the total money makeover why we were sitting there in the parking lot by the time we got home. We did a couple of days before but by the time we got home. They were sitting in our driveway waiting for us to start them It's been a lot of fun. Grow the so just getting married on the and being excited about a fresh start and all that said okay we got to address money thing and the podcast. Just pops up. Well we know we dated with you guys a lot. We listening to music. We listen to podcast on our dates to and from. I really thought he was weird when he looked at me. And said you wanna listen to dave ramsey and we're coming home from a date who yeah i love day. But that's real weird to love. Dave even more you guys my I drive an hour to work every an hour to an hour. Frahm which means you're a mile from home in atlanta right. Yeah yeah a little too much. But that's changing next week. So that's a good thing. But you guys really inspired me in the afternoons to go home and find more stuff to sell on ebay more stuff to put on facebook marketplace more stuff to just get rid of so you got rid of the yeah. Yeah wow so once. We got to eighty three eighty three thousand dollars. I said i need something visual. And we did a paper chain that every chains thousand dollars and it hung all the way across our breakfast room and our grandkids would come in and see it and our kids would come in and see it and every thousand dollars. We paid off. We cut a link and it's a new set of kitchen cabinets or he's going to. Italy are doing something that we knew. That thousand dollars would help us do so. When we got to that point the last one was freedom and so we have kept all these little pieces of paper and we just start pulling them out. And what are we going to do because you helped us get here so just under bondage with a chain that was just a really good visual for us but it was also witness into farce us to now only witnessed about whether lords done in our life but also witnessed what your program can do for other people. We were just talking to a couple off. I'll i'll say he just a minute ago. And they're they're they're in their twenties. It would have been nice for us to start in our twenties. But we're in our late fifties and you know it's never too late. I'd say it's never too. You guys are impressive very very old thank you. We're we're in. Eeo p for you guys. Okay but i gotta tell you always wanted to be one. But i knew i did not want to even think about it until i got my house in order and once i got our house in order then i application and went through the interview process and met some great. People in our agency is now l. P. on the pnc side on the pnc side. I'm honored to have you as part of the team. Man that ain't cladding. thank you. well done well done. How does it feel to have not a payment in the world. It's like nothing i've ever felt before. Truly be married this man because he is my leader and he is the head of household and he got me into this craziness. But i don't know of any other way that i will want to live the rest of my life. Thank you so much. We spend our anniversary in nashville. Anna told her. I said baby the the best part about it. Everything we've done while none of it was extravagant. I said there's no bills white and farce when we get home right and there's no money that we've got us into anybody else than just our normal power bill and things like that vacation not gonna follow you home. Never never never never never this sounds like your life is a vacation though much much so we each day is a breath of fresh air. Yeah it really is to not have that load waiting on you. When you put your feet on the floor and know that you're having to go to work to pay that load off is amazing air conditioner bust on the way home. No big no big deal so you had eighteen very intentional very intense months. What was the toughest part of that. You know It really wasn't that tough. And now i don't mean to say that i mean it was. It was a lot of hard work. You didn't do a lot of. We did not do a lot of things and and we got a lot of people. Say well come on. You can just do that little bit or go. Buy yourself a new set of golf clubs or go do this or go to that. And i'm like no. We got other plans for that. That money's going somewhere else. And i said i can do that later or she would do the same thing. The envelopes they were my best friends. I would be at lunch with a girlfriend are. We'd go shopping. And i pull out an envelope i go. Nope is going to have to wait. I can't get those shoes or she said where you want to go to lunch. Well let me look and go. Well i got seven bucks and meal envelope. So let's figure out where we're going to eat. He handed me this. I looked over there earlier. And i said i love the new Wallets and i said but i wouldn't give. I wish i had it. It looks like it's just falling apart and envelopes. I get to the point. That i didn't have any extra envelopes and i'd ride all around them. You need to put that in the chain link zip bag and you keep it all as memory for the grandbabies. Go get you a nice envelopes. I am afraid the new ones over there. Yeah you've earned it enveloped like no one else now. You can envelope like no one else knew all right. It's liam michelle from the atlanta georgia area. Three hundred and six thousand dollars paid off in eighteen months. Megan one ninety two to ten. Count it down. Let's hear a debt. Free scream three two one work. Wow that's happy newlyweds. At who love it. That is and Is so fun well done. What rockstars man. So you're out there at the gas pump and you're listening. Did you hear what she said. She's got up her credit cards at the gas at the gas. I made the decision. Never again ambrose he and you're listening right now and you're going well what about you. When are you gonna do it if you're listening to us right now. What's your problem. When are you going to. It's there for the taking baby. You just got the side you can do it. They can do it. It's possible this is the ramsey show When it comes to making big money or life moves like buying a home or getting married having a. It's likely the last thing on your mind to make sure you have the right insurance coverage but it should be on your mind. Big changes are overwhelming. What would what would be even more overwhelming. Find yourself situation where you didn't have the right coverage because you forgot about the insurance part of this big event if not having the time and energy is what's keeping you from getting the right insurance coverage us one of our endorsed local providers like the guy that just is free scream they're independent insurance agents. Who will shop among a gazillion companies. Free and get you the price and they do all the work they work for you. All you gotta do is text insurance. Two three three seven eight nine texting insurance to thirty three seven eighty nine to get connected with an e. l. p. And let pro help you find the coverage the fits your life insurance text insurance to three three seven eight nine. This is the ramsey show. Anthony neil ramsey personality is my co host. Today lies is with us in orlando florida. Hi liza welcome to the dave ramsey ramsey. Show what's up high. Thank you for taking my call. And i appreciate all you guys do. I've been starting to listen now since we've had to stay home so it's been a little bit here but i still have a couple of questions and My house is paid off. I have a friend who told me why you paying the insurance. I mean when have you had something. Catastrophic happened since you bought the home. Well once when Hurricane irma game and i was going to put the roof on myself but erm helped me along so the insurance paid board. Says you've got a full wolf on now. What else can happen. The fire stations about two blocks from u story to lower the replacement value. And i'm just a little bit scared about not having insurance on the house because this is my only asset. You know that i have that big time money so kind kinda dumb right and she has money tobacco. She had any problem with the house. I i'm not that i've got the money right to check and rebuilt my house but i have homeowners insurance. Okay so i should just continue that because i don't even know if i can not have insurance on the house Should i love the replacing mallia. Or should i leave it the way you know. If you're gonna pay for insurance pay for insurance. That replaces the house if it burns. Okay well the fire stations to blocks a though but you still have something still burn. I mean you can still. I mean you. The chance you're having a total loss is not there probably depending on what happens but I mean i've been orlando. I was there last week there. You guys have thunderstorms like we have in tennessee. Yes who's to say you don't get struck by lightning. I don't that's true. Yeah where the capital light. Lightning strikes. I but i don't think i would been able to do because i have an equity line on the house. No they're not gonna let you. I thought you said you had to pay it off. Well the house is paid off. No it's been company it's with my bank was my checking on. But it's they've got. Your house is not paid off. Have a lean on your house. Yeah oh so. And and i guess leading that linger there because i just thought just like like an open credit card type of thing. My husband's passed away. So now i'm dealing things on my l. He's probably rolling on his grave listening to my conversation listener. You're doing good because you're asking questions and you're learning that's always let's leave the insurance in place and let's call the bank and cancel the equity line okay. I don't because i don't have anything hardly on it. It's probably about five hundred dollars or something of it is like thirty so that the it's an accident looking for a place to happen is what it is. Yeah let's get rid of it absolutely. Yeah i there are times that you can self insure through some things that you want to but not a house. Oh right not house. I just you know but i mean you know like i had a three thousand dollar jeep. Yeah that was at the lake house right. Just a lake house cheap. Yup and i did not carry collision on it. Yeah because they wanted like five hundred dollars for collision on a three thousand dollars. I'll just take the you know out to take the risk. Three thousand jeep. I can if i if the thing just explodes tomorrow into thousand pieces because you know whatever hit a wall with that. I don't know then then i'll just get another one. It's not because it's not a big deal but stuck you know my nicer cars still carry coverage on now because i've looked at it and i'm gone okay. I'm just vehicle. That's worth this. Yeah i can afford to buy one of those a month right where even though. It's expensive but i mean i'm in the financial condition to do that. But i look at the value that i'm covering versus what it costs me to cover it and i'll let them take the risk for that. It's just a value proposition. And so but you know technically. They're making money on me and technically will cost you more money. If you didn't have it insured. I mean you have to go drop when technically if you pay the insurance you come out cheaper if something was to happen well certainly if something happens but that's when they don't come out right and on average you know they're gonna come out the that's the deal but But i still carry coverage on the cars the nicer cars and on other things And of course. I carry liability on everything and lots of liability. It's the best buy in the insurance world and davidson. He covers he. He carries full coverage on the nicer cars. Me america here said. Yeah but you know if. I've got a farm truck or something i don't i don't put a bunch of insurance on it. That's not what we're doing it's a that's an easy enough thing to replace full coverage on your lake house. Even though is not is not as big as your house but it's you have full coverage on your lake house absolutely. Yeah that'd make sure people understand that and they're all paid for and i get brighter checking build one of those in thirty seconds if some happen to one of them. But i'm gonna go ahead and let the let let the homeowner sit inflation just pretty simple and starts to add up after a while but it's a it's a good goodbye. Yeah so good question. Lies crystal is in harrisburg pennsylvania. Hi crystal welcome to the ramsey show. Hi guys i talk to you guys do I started listening. You guys probably about a month ago. And i Gazelle in my husband is not so we have to car loans. I think one is seven hundred dollars and one is eight thousand. Our house has been paid off for years and he. I'm ready to take the money out of the savings and just pay them off. But he's like just you just don't take your capital. You just don't take your capital. So when are you took it when you play it off. Just admit it. I i get older numbers i said. Look how much interest were saving. And this and that. And it's just i just can't. He's he has agreed that this month we're going to pay off his vehicle and then we're going to double the payments on my car. So but i always do that. You're you're you're using the capital. What are we taking his car. Payment logical i do. Y'all have the money into savings. Krista grading got the mind off today. Yeah yeah how much do you have in savings on. Nineteen thousand okay. How can he were set like we. I'm over the place with the baby steps. The our retirement is is really good. And you know. I wanna do the six months after you know trying to push that and everything but we had no other bills and yeah. I'm i'm paying to the car. So i don't know how to get him to do it but i would write a check today if i were in your situation and pay off everything i'd be debt free But you know the capitals gone. You've already spent the money when you bought the car when you pay off the loan when you just admit what you've already done and maybe that line of reasoning will help him get his head around that but i mean i use his principal. When you get the car paid off you turn borrow on it again. So that you had capital. The borrowed money does not represent capital. That's not a proper. It's not proper terminology you know and a simple savings account is not using your capital. So now you need to. I don't know how to talk him into it. But i i think you just continue the conversation tom what it'll mean to you. Are you how you want to make you feel a lot better big gift to you for him to do. Maybe that'll help. I don't know good luck with that. That puts this hour of the ramsey show in the books. This is james childs our producer of the ramsey show. 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S10 EP74: Hour 3

The Erick Erickson Show

40:37 min | 5 months ago

S10 EP74: Hour 3

"Greetings welcome it's friday. Aren't you happy about that. It's eric erickson here across the nation. The phone number. Eight seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. Y'all i'm i'm going to wade fearfully into territory where i know i've gone down this road before. What the reaction is going to be. People are very sensitive about this one. And and i think part of his guilt. Nobody wants to admit that. It's guilt. But i think part of it has to be guilt. Jd vets is running for congress for the senate it seems. He's the author of hillbilly. Lg he's running as a He's running as trump style. Populist candidate he had been a democrat Now running He he's gonna be a big spending populist democrat in the past now. Republican as ohio has turned and he's getting into politics well. Let me play this audio. Well i think it tells you that they care much more about the preferences of our ruling class elites than they do about the preferences of middle class americans if you look at poll. After poll shows that the ruling class family model is just different. From what middle class. Americans want the ruling classes obsessed with their jobs even the hate a lot of their jobs. They're obsessed with their credentials and they want strangers to raise their kids but middle class. Americans whatever their station life. They want more time with their children even if they're working they want the opportunity to spend more time with their kids and not be forced to send them to daycare. And so what. This policy really represents is an effort to subsidize the preference of our ruling class over the preference of our middle and working classes. And what troubling about this is. It doesn't have to be like that tucker. You know that. I'm a big fan of providing support appearance because i want there to be more children. I want american families to prosper. We could just do that. And then the parents could choose to send their kids to daycare if they wanted but they can also choose to spend more time at home with their children as most normal americans actually want. He's under fire for suggesting that universal daycare coverage is proposed by the bite administration is for the elite. And you know he's not really wrong. I know i have to tread lightly. Here i do. Because i've gone down this path before and the intense critical negative reaction is always amazing to me but the reality is this kid's benefit by having one parent who stays home. What i find remarkable by saying that statement is that immediately. A crowd of angry women descends. Is that gonna be. The man is that that's on you and him. I said kids benefit by having one parent. Stay home my family is somewhat unique in that. I work from home. My wife stays home. My wife didn't always stay home We had our kids in daycare and we ultimately decided it was better for us to make the sacrifices we needed to make so that my wife could stay home one because our health and to because it's it's best for the kids so i had to get a second job and did and now i'm very blast but i mean i bust my butt. Y'all don't understand Well maybe some of you do i. You know it was kind of funny. I think the listeners understand more than some people in radio interested talking for six straight hours. Which is what i do. I start this program at nine. Am and i am done at three pm. I do in this show. Almost more than half of my is now running the show noon to three and so i do a nine to noon. Show most of you take noon to three. And then i do a local show in atlanta. That is noon to three six nonstop hours of radio. And it's exhausting. And you know with this show. I don't actually get paid My i get paid well enough in in the the other show in. And i'm i mean my plan. I've i've made no secret you guys about it. I'm not going to his to merge them into one show as we continue to spread. We've started getting stations out of out of state out of georgia with this show They're already running us noon to three. So i mean you you can just guess where my trajectory is on that. But i i am the sole breadwinner in the family. We made a conscious choice years ago to do that. And i worked hard. And i make no policies for it. I worked multiple jobs so that my wife could stay home and not everyone can. But i also know a lot of people who it's their choice because they want the big house and the nice cars and the lifestyle that comes from two incomes. So they haven't i. I've got a friend of mine. He was he was talking to be a stray. Heard me talking about this on the other show. And he said his car he bought used. It's from the nineteen ninety six. It has three hundred thousand miles on it. And it's what he drives and he's been saving today new used vehicle. They live in a small house and his wife stays home with the kids and they go to a small private christian school and they go to school with people who are way more wealthy and their kids sometimes get mad at parents and they know it because they don't have the means and access and ability and income to do what other people do because his wife stays home and now that the kids all of the kids are now in school day. His wife's looking at getting a part-time job during the day while the kids are out of the house. And even then they're not sure they wouldn't do it because she's really enjoyed going to school and being there with the school and volunteering with the kids. Says it's hard. It's it's really really hard. And he kind of resent the people who get angry And reject the idea that maybe one period should stay home because he says it. It's it they people don't appreciate the sacrifice they're making and that he's got a lot of i like well. I mean it's your choice. It's our choice because we think our kids would be benefited from an sociologically. Psychologically demographically economically. It's true and people were outraged at jd. Vance for pointing out that situation that we'd you say we're going to fund universal daycare for everyone what you're doing is you're saying We wanna give a preference to people and wouldn't go as far as he would with leak. There are a lot of people who aren't elite. Who are doing it in a lot of people who've got to. They've gotten themselves in debt. They haven't done the dave ramsey model. I i. I've my wife and i have struggled with the dave ramsey thing ourselves but it's also true you know and you can you can rage rage against me or or jd of answer someone else for point but it actually is a true. There are ample studies that show benefit from having a parent at home and he doesn't have to be a mom. I've got a friend who's a stay at home dad because his wife makes three times as much money as him and oftentimes what you find out is that one of the incomes is going to cover the cost of daycare anyway so the biden administration wants to cover the cost of daycare. But you know what's remarkable to me is there have been a number of educators who have responded to j. d. vans saying that will what he misses is that parents aren't capable of educating their children for the twenty first century in the way that we are. If you're wondering what that tony is. I'm on my wife's computer because my keyboard broken. I'm still can't figure out attornal. The sounds off. But you get me with this educator with educators say it is is that essentially parents can't be trusted to raise their kids at home. That's actually what this educator as a pre-k something she's got some sort of she's a doctor with a phd as some sort of pre kindergarten child developmental expert. She favors universal daycare because parents kit really raised their children for the twenty first century in the way daycare. Trained professional in a daycare can really. That's your line and you're sticking to it. That parents are worse than than a surrogate paran and a daycare to raise a kid. Really that's what you're going to go with. Because you know economically demographically psychologically sociologically all of the studies. Beg to differ with this person. Not everybody can do it. And you know i i. I don't mind telling you he wouldn't mind me. Tell you dick. Cheney one time i went up i had lunch with the vice president and we were talking about this because i was struggling at the time really an and i still do i am. I minton to be defined by their careers. Let's just be honest. i m Eternity will define me by my children. I define myself by my job. Men are like that and cheney was talking to me about how. How do i balance. Because at the time i was doing radio i was doing tv. I was doing red state dot com. I had three paycheck's coming in taking care of the family. I was hustled. I was flying all over the world constantly gone and he was asking me about that and i always told him. It's just there's always so much there's always so much in heat said that what he described there are a lot of people he said who you're gonna spend x number of minutes a day with your kids and your wife and see what he came to realize overtime was. It wasn't the quantity but quality. They've you can only spend an hour with your kids spin that our but turn everything at the time. It was the blackberry. Turn it off. And i gotta admit i'm really bad about that. I'm addicted to my screens. I'm addicted to the information pool. I'm addicted to the push messaging. I'm addicted and i gotta work on that. Still my kids are twelve and fifteen. But i try to. I try to spend time with them. Trust with my wife. And i'm i'm i'm bad. I mean i'm self admitted here i i am. I'm bad at it. But i do. I do all the income-earning in our house so that my wife can be there with the kids. I don't care whether it's the the wife or the husband. And i'm not trying to guilt. You don't hear that what i am trying to note though is there's this massive level of outrage from people at jd. Vance and then. I agreed with him and pointed out all the studies show. He's right and people are mad at me for pointing out. He's right but he is right. I mean he he genuinely truly is right in what he said that The families benefit by having a parents stale. When it doesn't have the mommy can be the dad and that it is a lot of times. What the elite in this country do is they decide. Everyone else should be able to live like them. So let's let's let's move from daycare. Let's take drugs. The lead in this country tend to have a casual relationship. With illegal narcotics. I'm stunned at the number of professionals. I've encountered in the news media. Who are pretty open about their cocaine use or marijuana or pills and it translates down into society what happens. The bottom of study doesn't have the means to go to rehab or to keep it all together or the job that allows them to get high on the job and they collapsed around themselves. My goodness we gotta we gotta mcdonalds near me. It's the one philip golfer. The story philip. Who does the digital for me went to this. Mcdonald's in order to a bacon cheeseburger which bacon and cheese E- expected to get a hamburger. The just said bacon and cheese on it instead. He got two buns with two slices of cheese into pieces of bacon. There was no burger mcdonalds. I've gone by their couple times. And i've used the app and they get the order wrong every single time even when i use the app of late. They've gotten the order wrong and you'd go by there and the employees are. They've got this gated all place where the dumpsters are and you can go by there. You can see the clouds of marijuana coming out same that we had a dairy queen. They just. I'm sure all the people working donald or at the dairy queen were just fired him. All the workers were standing back. You literally could go through the drive through by drugs with your with your blizzard. Because they were standing out there smoking weed and selling on it and the orders were always always wrong. And you stuck. I if you're a corporate executive of the new york times and you're snorting cocaine in the bathroom or what. You're you're more likely to have little measure protection than the guy at the drive through. You're living a sexually promiscuous lifestyle and you've got the money to either pay for the abortions or handle the the illegitimate kids in a way that someone of the lower rungs of society don't if you're at the upper rungs of society in you got to make high income earners are perfectly fine passing your kids off to a a nanny a surrogate an old pair or a daycare to raise your kid and not have a relationship with them. Now you're gonna be screwed up. Your kid is totally screwed up. But you don't care because your priorities are defined by something other than kids. Most people will be defined by their kids and for the government to embrace the elite agenda. Here jaydee is right about. I may not agree with him on on everything but he's right about this. The government embraces an elite agenda. That rich people can afford and decides. Hey we're now gonna use the government to let everybody else do this lifestyle as well. We'll what they don't want to pay attention to. It's not working for the rich and the elite their kids are are porn addicted drug addicts going to college. Heavy use networks of friends to get good jobs that they're ultimately going to crash and burn out of rehab and the rest of us are kids. They can't afford that lifestyle and we should want form either simply delighted to have you with me. Welcome it's eric erickson here. The phone number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. Have you gotten your eating pure thunderstorm yet. I'm here for more of you that you are in your impressed. We've now had multiple people email the show and say they've got one and then they got another. We had one person who told me. They ordered one for their house. They kept forgetting to take it with them so they got one for their rv. It's great leader is a. It's a hand held air purifier. There's no filter to change. It takes away. The odors takes away the mildew from the air. 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Today you'll get ten dollars off. If i use my name eric at checkout now to the phones i'm gonna go to jim indicator of jim. Hey thanks i'm glad. Jd vance said what he said. I mean that's something that's overdue in us. But i'm especially glad that he said right on the heels of senator scott Talk about all the single parents who really do a you know a a above and beyond the call of duty and just not themselves out. And i think that's one of those things that gets lost into it particularly with moms. Give themselves way too much guilt to start with and And i know they just just sit their hair on fire thinking that they're Somebody out there somewhere. Thinks they might be harming their children. Which certainly aren't yes. The kids are going through divorce. And that's a very tough thing but And that is a kind of a the to size of one coin of talking about childcare daycare and that sort of thing that we've got to reassure all the single parents that they really do a great job and believe me years ago. I dated a couple of moms and they just knock themselves out and but they're also very conscious of just you know they're they're having to you know. Do you know la do their work alone but at home they were pretty much alone to raise their children. And that's a really good point. Because there is a lot of guilt out there for for a lot of mono i gotta tell you i know somewhere. There's not but most of them overwhelmingly. Yes there is a lot of guilt. So i like. I like both senator scott. Nj advances point and just Always wanna remember to take those together and always reassured the backbreaking parents but also call out the others who are just sort of like you know. I want somebody else to raise my kids. We need people to to not be having others. Raise their kids that they can help jim. Thanks very much for that. I very much appreciate it. Well said I don't have time to to okay. those you on hold. Stay on. hold. Because i've got thirty seconds basically so i can't get to you but i will when we come back for Our five minute time out here where we try to make money. Let stations make money Coming up more calls and then we got to get into the new data on the christian left. Guess what turns out. They're the ones who were hyper-political. And they are spitting mad at an actual really good credible study from a credible source that dares to point it out. Well this is what happens. You get to break in people hang up. That's fine. I need to talk about the nfl draft really. I mean it was obvious. Trevor lawrence was going to be the first pick. I don't know what happened with the atlanta. Falcons i i don't know what. This team is thinking. it's like someone who's in charge of the falcons has insisted that they must continue a streak like it would be bad for them if they somehow one. I don't get it. I don't understand it. It's just it baffles me. What they do But trevor lawrence of course From carter's ville georgia is now headed to jacksonville. He was the the most offer me. People have been dying to get this guy into the nfl draft. But i i jim. Garrity over at national review has a piece Remember michael sam for a few months in two thousand fourteen sam. The first openly gay athletes selected in the nfl draft was one of the biggest names in the sports world. Espn gave him the arthur ashe courage award. He was a finalist for sports. Illustrated sportsman of the year is when a jacuzzi year when he was drafted by the saint. Louis rams president obama issued a statement declaring it an important step forward in our nation's journey shortly after the draft sam's became the second highest selling one in the league after johnny manziel. The reason you probably don't remember much about michael sam on the football field because he never played a single snap at a regular season game in the nfl. The rams drafted him in the seventh round. The two hundred forty ninth of two hundred fifty six players. He played a little in preseason than the rams released him before. The start season started. The cowboys signed into the practice squad. Extra spots for players who practiced with the team but don't participated in games. A few weeks later the cowboys released him from the practice squad. Thus ended the career of michael sam. The only photo you can find in played in an nfl uniform or from meaningless. Preseason games he signed with the montreal wets the canadian football league and made the roster but he played one game before quitting the team before sam was drafted. Greg barred of sports illustrated watch game tapes of sam playing college football missouri and concluded that while sam played hard and made some great place he'd have difficulty transitioning to the nfl. He was a good player for one season in college. He was productive. So the accolade receive were earned but being a good college player and becoming a good. Nfl player two different things. See tim tebow. Sam did well for missouri with a lot of talent around him. A majority of his production came in three games against inferior competition without a need to show much of a pass rushing repertoire. He doesn't show much of what the nfl looks for on special teams and it's difficult to project a position for him on the next level for those reasons. Sam would project to be no better than a mid to late round pick. He could go undrafted to my. I is decidedly average with nothing exceptional about his game though he will be helped by the fact that this draft is not deep with pass rushers and those are always needed and yet it was a big thing. It was it was. They were going to be Homophobes if they didn't picking he essentially used that as his way to leverage his way into the nfl and then gone now got All eyes on trevor lawrence in the nfl draft and good for him One of the top high school football players ever produced in georgia. Trevor lawrence made his official introduction to the nfl on thursday night. Clemson star quarterback seen as a generational talent on par with hall of famers john elway and peyton manning and four time pro bowler. Andrew luck was the first overall selection of the nfl draft to the jacksonville. Jaguars establish that had seen preordained. Since two thousand eighteen would he led the tigers to their national championship as a freshman at carterville high is believed to be the third player to play his high school football in the state of georgia to become the first overall. Pick following running back. George rogers nine hundred eighty one from duluth high school and quarterback cam newton two thousand eleven from westlake high wearing what appear to be an all of suit and white t shirt lawrence watch the draft from home and seneca south carolina nearby. Clemson with espn cameras on him. Lawrence sharing a couch with his new bride morrison. His family exchange hugs before circulating through the adjoining kitchen for more hugs. It was a moment of the light in pride for carter's villa city of twenty two thousand in northwest georgia far beyond football exploits. Lords has been celebrated in loved by carter's bill residents for the million grace which which he has handled his rockstar status. You know it actually is remarkable people who know the guy. I don't people who knowing say his remarkably level-headed. He gave this what some people call. Bizarre interviewed a sports illustrated. And the reason it was bizarre as made clear. He doesn't need the game. He likes to play but he doesn't need it if he if he's People were saying. Are you going to be the next. Tim tebow if you were called tim. Tebow was very good college quarterback but he didn't translate into the nfl now. I read somewhere that tibo was trying to make a play for something. A nfl comeback Yeah here it is He worked out as a tight end for the jacksonville jaguars. The team says former. Nfl quarterback tim tebow recently worked out with jacksonville. Jaguars as a tight. In the team said thursday he reached out to the team and requested a tryout switching tight end according to some might have extended his. Nfl career tebow worked out as a tight end. That's the position he'll be playing said. The general manager after the nfl draft right now where it stands. We're going to go through the draft. Our whole focus quite honestly has been on the draft. We'll worry about that. When the draft is over. Tibo played at florida undercurrent. Jaguars coach urban meyer from two thousand six. Two thousand nine thirty three. He hasn't played the league. Since two thousand twelve with the jets he appeared in twelve games. making two starts his quarterback. The two thousand seven heisman trophy winner played three seasons in the nfl too with denver. His best season was in two thousand eleven when he played in fourteen games going seven and four and eleven starts to lead the broncos to the playoffs. He was a dual threat rushing for six hundred sixty yards that season. He also had a look from the patriots in two thousand thirteen in the eagles. In two thousand fifteen but never stuck with those teams after his football career. He tried professional baseball. As an outfielder with the mets he played in the minor. Leagues may get a triple a. In two thousand and twenty he went to spring training but did not play the season. He announced his retirement for baseball. In february i wouldn't it be funny if you had tim. Tebow and trevor lawrence at the jaguars. I know we're christian. America would be team. Jesus was i like the both. They're they're very good guys. I bring up the christian angle here because of this story. This is actually kind of interesting in. It's got the left really just enraged. Today curtis freeman a duke divinity school professor and liberal baptist landed himself in hot water after tweeting that evangelical christianity is the greatest greatest threat to human existence. Today it must be laid waste. He later deleted the tweet saying he was focused. Hyperbolic leon expressions of evangelical activism tied to donald trump. Many individuals have concerns about the political activism of conservative christians. I been critical of them as well. This is from georgia jhansi. At the gospel coalition but this focus on conservative christian activism hides the reality that political goals may be more prominent in the religious ideals of progressive christianity in the past few years. Georgie nc rights. I've been conducting research comparing conservative christians to progressive christians. The work comes out the summer in one faith no longer the transformation of christianity and red and blue america which he wrote with ashley kozak. One of the questions we dealt with was the role of political values in grading identity for conservative impressive christians in defining conservative and progressive christians. I used theological rather than political criteria individuals who perceive the bible as the word of god and see jesus as the only path to salvation are conservative christians. Those who do not see the bible as the word of god and do not see jesus as the only path to salvation are progressive christians. Fat check true while i will not use partisan political categories to separate the two groups. Research has made it quite clear that conservative christian theology is lead to conservative political values and progressive christian. Theology is lead to progressive political values. The relationship is not total but it is strong. That relationship is one reason why it's worth considering the political priorities of theologically conservative and progressive christians. One of our findings is that progressive. Christians prioritize political values more than conservative christians to let me read that to you again. One of our findings is that progressive. Christians prioritize political values more than conservative christians. do political. Conformity is more important for progressive christians than for conservative christians. At first i thought this merely reflected a reality that progressive christians care more about progressive political ideology than conservative christians care about conservative political ideology but as we dug into the data we found that incorrect progressive christians have an underlying value system. That leads them to a stronger. Political loyalty than the value system of conservative christians progressive christians stress values such as social justice inclusion and tolerance for many progressive christians. Those values are best shown through their understanding to progressive political ideology. Consequently they develop a much stronger degree. A political allegiance than the political proclivities found among cred -servative christians acceptance of sexual minorities and racial justice or seat as political manifestations of tolerance and inclusion economic programs. To take care of the poor can be seen as political ways to include marginalized populations progressive. Christians tend to support notions. a separation of church and state says they don't wanna see christian political domination they see such domination has created an atmosphere of intolerance to reiterate progressive. Christianity is far more politically engaged than conservative christianity. While many conservative christians are engaged in politics many of them are engaged dedicated to a pro-life costs. Conservative christians tend to be deeply committed to The great commission to go forth in Preach and teach baptize in the name of the father of the holy spirit progressive. Christians don't want to do that because one they don't believe that jesus is the exclusive path salvation and also. They fight very intolerant to go. Tell a jewish or muslim person that they've gotta have jesus. The result is that the political differences come out in their activism in their communities. It turns out that Progressive christians tend to be more ideologically in lockstep with each other and the left in this country than conservative. Christians are many of whom sat out. Twenty six thousand and twenty twenty because they thought character candidate and they couldn't vote for donald trump and they wouldn't vote for joe biden because he was pro-abortion. We hear all the time. How evangelical christians in this country are bad and and they're there to politically active for donald trump and and the churches or to politically engaged in it actually turns out from the objective research from a guy who's not even a conservative evangelical christian that progressive christians are way more political way more engaged in politics way more of the belief that politics can give them heaven on earth. You know if you're even jellicoe christian in this country you believe everyone's a center and we're headed home to eternity what you do in this lifetime celts in eternity and you're focused on eternity if you're a progressive christian more and more you're trying to bring heaven earth because probably deep down. You're not sure if there really is a heaven and you're trying to bring about utopia on earth and the problem with that is you're never gonna get utopia and in your seeking utopia you're gonna lose eternity many have right back to george. Nc mini have rightly criticized. The entanglement of conservative christians and politics can progressive christian stress political values more than conservative christians yet. There's less criticism of their activism. This lack of criticism may be lower numbers and less political influence a progressive christians relative to conservative christians nonetheless. It's worth reflecting on the potential detrimental effects of the political activism a progressive christians just as we reflect on the detrimental effects the political activism of conservative christians. At the very least. We should dispense with the stereotype that it's only conservative. Christians impose their faith on politics. George jhansi is right. You know increasingly what i find among a large segment of progressive. Christians is there pro-life but they can't talk about it. They're pro-life but they knew their allies are all for abortion rights and they're more with their allies than they are the unborn and so they stay silent. Conservative christians a lot of them a win. Speak up for their values when trump was present because they didn't want to be alienated from friends who were very pro trump and viewed things differently but if progressive christians to the same thing when it comes to gay rights when it comes to transgenderism when it comes to abortion they are wholly part of the left and they will keep their mouth shut where their views clashed with those within their own tribe politically. No probably a problem with that. Y'all heard about the jeopardy winner. This is probably the dumbest people are. I mean people are stupid. They wanna be outraged. They want to be outraged. Four hundred fifty former jeopardy contestants are calling for action after a recent winner allegedly flashed a hand gesture that has become associated with white supremacist. Eight groups and in another instance responded to a clue with a term considered a slur. Oh my goodness gracious. How stupid can people be. So the contestant is kelly donohue. Kelly donohue made a hand gesture during his on camera introduction. You know what his aunt gesture was. He held up three fingers because he won three times at. Oh my gosh. she's a white. Supremacist apparently some people connect the okay symbol with white power the like a wpg thing and oh my gosh. She's people stupid he. He's a three time winner and then and then hang on a second. He used the word gypsy he. He was asked a question in he referred to gypsies. I have no idea He he used the word he was asked. A question and the answer was apparently supposed to be roma and he used the word gypsy instead and apparently gypsy is nelga boat. And you can't use the word. Gypsy i am. I am i in trouble for us it. I didn't know it was a bad word. I had no idea. I used to watch movies about the gypsies. And i i have no idea. I generally had no idea that it was a verboten word and he held up his three fingers because he won three times. And it's because of the way. He held his fingers. Apparently they've implied that he was a white supremacy. People are freaking stupid. They just want to be outraged by this guy poor guy. He had to take his video down as well I had i am. I really okay. Hang on a second. This gypsy is a gypsy Sometimes offensive apparently a traditionally itinerant people who originated in northern india now lived chiefly in south and southeast asia. Europe and north america Also called romani or roma. I guess you can't play the fleetwood mac song anyway. now enroll. Ma is a up. I what the. I had no idea that gypsy was considered a pejorative word. That you're not allowed to use. And i don't know that it actually is other than among some people you know how some people are offended by everything. There apparently offended by this guy holding up three fingers because he had won three times had clearly. He's a white supremacist. Because he did that so stupid. Just just stupid a you know what else is stupid while. We're talking about stupid people in stupid things. I i gotta play you this. This is stupidity on stilts stupid on stilts. This is joe biden in his interview talking about why he's wearing. His mask is just infuriating. Would say something like this It is a apparently it's patriotic. You know to wear the do because cdc's guidance this week about outdoor mass wearing a lot of folks excited that they can now shit these masks if they've been double vaccinated Are you going to be one of these folks. Now we'd no longer going to see. The president united states outside with the mask. Oh sure sure. I'm going to do though because the likelihood of my being able to be outside that people not come up to me is not very very high. So it's like look you. And i took our mass off my command because look at the distance we are but if we were sitting there talking to one close. I'd have my mascot. I'm you'd have masks even though we both vaccinated and so it's it's a small precaution to take. That has a profound impact. It's a patriotic responsibility. For god's sake patriarch responsibility. Wear a mask outside among other vaccinated people. That's not what the science says. This is ridiculous is stupid. He and the reporter are both vaccinated. The cdc guideline vaccinated people can hang out inside with each other without masks on and outside and now the president of the united states is trying to tell your patriot if you wear a mask. Outside after brexit this is the greatest disincentive imaginable. Towards people getting the vaccine this a huge disincentive to get people vaccinated. Well yes you're vaccinated but now you've got to go outside and act like you've never been vaccinated I will anyone call him out. I doubt anyone in the mainstream media is going to call him out on it. The number of people who want to live by fear in this country is astonishing This is why everybody needs jesus so you don't do by fear. There are a lot of people who claim to have him who still live by fear. And i just absolutely insanity to me that the president of the united states would declare the patriotic duty of vaccinated person to continue to act like they weren't vaccinated. If you're patriotic. Go get the freaking vaccine and then go live your life. What a mixed muddy disastrous message for this country to move forward given everything that's happening out there absolutely insane. That's what they would do. Y'all go live a sane and happy weekend where your if you're vaccinated wherever you go. Give people the incentive to go get it.

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Hour 3: Fine Under Pressure

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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Hour 3: Fine Under Pressure

"Jason jay williams ubi podcast no morning. Keyshawn j. will zubin presented by progressive insurance guests on the show appear on the goodyear hotline has been j. will back with us. Yeah maybe number two or baby you are prestige healed up across the you mean mentally no what day it is anymore. Got no idea diaper diapers too much too much all the time. Yeah but it's it just it doesn't stop and that's why you just might just keep having kids stairs just stares gates and all through gates and the house is never gonna look like out of the kennedy. Db's never clean courses never cleaned. We know about the dishes. No no style question. What do we know because the second on. I'm new here. so what. What about this. Jason's not accurate jason williamson. Pose a question to us. One day on the show in jason said that he talked about dishes being piled up in the sink overnight. Instead of washing dishes as he. I can't go to bed up singers phillies. You can't do. this is not true. This is not true. I was i just said this. Several housego houses a mess. Did you not know. I can't keep the house clean. which is saying. It's a mess. If you can't keep something cleaned is. Is that not going to tell me more about the dishes. The dishes piled up and he didn't clean up for days or something. That's not true. See this is. Whereas lying fracturing store waste your kids get older in the united states. We do we do that. When you get older it becomes that staredown of and i have my older kids you know. There's always about who has chores. And what's what and the sink. Piles up with stuff that they come in they just drop it like i'm done with this. I'll leave it here for someone else. That's always my thing who's supposed to clean that up me on. I do the dishes every time. Your kids are older. You know my son's going to be doing this right. That's exactly the point where i will then threatened that if i see still there it's going to end up on your bed. 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Sometimes that stuff is neglected that there will be a garbage bag dripping with uis and everything else all my son's bed. Oh you forgot this hour on your bed Right you know it's very aggressive passing. Don't put it on him leave it. His betty comes again because he's talking about. Please do guy that guy. Please do this guy one long island new york. Aw guy by six seven white guy has a great. It's over blue shirt. I just seen him organ with sun dried trash back. Yeah if you could help me. They're really appreciate eight say. Espn eight seventy nine. Three seven seven six of the oscars last night and in a weird way. didn't it. it was a little awkward right because chadwick boseman was up. For best actor tell me about watching the oscars and it was on last night. I got beyond. It happens last night. Diagnosing because i saw the ts of like earlier today so well. It's also an abc disney vehicle. It was in town. I have no idea where you will have a built in excuse. What a great production incredible. I missed that one so the buildup though throughout the show was for the late chadwick boseman and celebrating his life and his achievements as an actor and the family was there and you felt like he. He's probably gonna win this thing and they save best best actor for the very and usually it's the movie pitcher and this is when did they push best pitcher middle of the show is towards him but it wasn't the end i mean obviously i wasn't awake for. We all had morning show to do here. But the point is is that if you watch it back it was walking phoenix. And he's you know it's always the the joker awkward personality that he's doing and he's reading it and we're all just like thinking well. It's going to be shattered poses. Be great and it wasn't who's hopkins and he wasn't there so sort of was like i don't even know if he wins the father ace doing it. He's not here. Goodbye and at hopkins. Think about it. I always kill accurate legendary. What was the last time. We really sat down and watched it. I said the pope was at the pope. Yes yes yes six years going to use so anyway. The point is that it just one of those awkward endings weird endings. We're asking about eight eight say. Espn eight seven nine. Three seven seven six is a sports related. Just the worst ending. You can remember Just didn't end the way it should have. I went two thousand one world series where it just felt like the yankees. New york needed a championship. Didn't get it more variables assay which it just. You know just shouldn't have happened and it did so. That's my ending Kishan you said you're ending was seattle standing seattle. It's the worst in the history of sports right here in everything or marshawn lynch horse racing you name the the worse ever not even close so jay where you had. Jr smith one game one nine hours. I mean we talked about the so before we went down this rabbit hole j. Jr smith runs the bronze exasperated. Like no but his game one dribbling. It was a big moment. Could have stolen the game though. We obviously the super bowl come over here. How many millions watching the we ask the caller. Let's get a couple of here from the callers. let's go with ramon in a raymond. I'm sorry i knew i'd screwed up in philadelphia. Raymond raisman which was cracking. I think i would say the. Jr smith one but to me. You gotta be the best best. Five code. timeout sites ended the game. What you felt so bad right especially when you huddle beforehand. They had specified. Hey but it goes back to what we were talking about before. I don't care what happens in. A lot of people can't empathize with this well. You're in a stadium and there's forty thousand people out there. You just happened sometimes big. It really does man. It may not even necessarily be a timeout situation like football. We time out and go to the sideline everybody get together. Say all we need to do is run out the clock. Don't jump whatever you do. And then we're on the office. Decided those are paying. It's gonna be no-brainer freeze. so no-brainer. We're going to freeze every single. Time no-brainer freeze. A hundred rain free. We've gone over situation football times. We get up to the line of scrimmage quarterback comes up blue twenty nine. Keep you even get there you know. There's always at one doing a team like dan. You listen it. are you listening. Please listen we got he please listen. He's not even in the game out of the game. The quarterback gets up there. I got everybody got it. I got i got it right. I got it. I got up here totally free. There's always that one guy just so nervous. Algae and everybody gives out looked like dummy. Come on man. No it's going to happen for c. Web domain now that was on that stage man. That's of yeah no we're still talking about it. We'll and we'll continue to talk about and intake calls on this as well. Keyshawn j. zoo brought to you by straight talk wireless time for some straight talk. Cutting your while is bill in half feels good home. Run in the ninth. Good tat home. Run vs the dodgers. Good no okay. Straighttalk offers twenty five gigs of high speed data for forty five bucks a month up to fifty percent less than the other guys on america's best networks straight talk wireless no contract no compromise. God here we go. He's going to check out right now but he should not. This is a conversation day. Will i think we need to have. Yeah we new york based conversations at the whole nation needs to hear and we'll do that with andrew yang joining us right now. Good your hotline andrew. Young new york city mayor handed it and also an entrepreneur very successful very smart man. Which is why i do understand. How can it can. I just wanted to welcome him. A y was days. How are you doing the formal hallows andrew. Doing you were supposed to be a nets guy on our team and all of a sudden. The knicks are doing good. And now you're saying you're all about the nixon you you've forgotten about the nets is this true and if so what because it's breaking my heart it's totally not true. Jay nets fan. The pro right now you got to say as a new yorker. The knicks are really pleasant comeback story. I mean no one saw founding unless you're the biggest fan thought that they were going to win games. So i i see the knicks like an ex girlfriend that you root for you know what i mean like. You wish her well. I was a hardcore knicks. Fan through my entire childhood ewing. Starks oakley macy's in the entire gang. But then. They dumped jeremy lin and james dole and just became really hard to root for. You know he'd ban oakley banda fan. They had this very strange. Pr strategy so eventually let the knicks. I found the nets And i'm ben in that span. Pretty happy nets fan ever since the nets ownership is tremendous. they're very philanthropic. But hey you know. Like i'm a new yorker and it's good for new york where the knicks are doing. Well so i'm someone who's like rooting for them to do well. Even though i moved on it just goes. it's not zubin by the way he's he's he's out it's alan honam zubin a there's sorry about Wanna make sure you knew who you were talking to because it just so many things. You just said there that. If i was consolo we we'd on for an hour to just break down for you. Because there's some misconceptions you out there now. I was actually going to welcome you back like the prodigal son. Now that you've seen the light but instead okay then then you're staying on on on the brooklyn side of things which is fine which is kind of on both. She's out well. I mean politicians have to do that. Don't they kinda play. Both sides of the aisle understandable understandable andrew. Let me ask you this though. People people are going to be very critical of you per se. Who's jumping back and on the bandwagon. Now all of a sudden you an knicks guy. See i'm from. La either you a laker. or you. A clipper it ain't going to be both you can't be angel and a dodger. So which one is it or you a nets or a knicks which one i'm a nets fan keyshawn but i gotta say as a new yorker. It's good for to be the town when the knicks are playing well and spent a long time since obviously than playing well. I felt like it's been tremendous for mind. Mental health emotional wellbeing not being an expanded last overviews so a of knicks fans can relate to that. So i've moved onto the nets of their different places as a team. The nets are championship or bust. They're going to win the title or frankly this season to be considered a success whereas you have to say objectively. The next season has already been a success because no one expected them to be here and it looks like they're gonna make the playoffs but the netflix the nixon the playoffs. I'll be rooting for the nets. And i have a feeling the nets would win that match up. Sounds like to me. Which ever team goes to the championship. You win regardless of what you trying to sell us. Well as a new yorker like of course. The knicks were somehow to win the title. I mean you know like you. You'd be thrilled because it'd be great for new york. Disseminate happy joyous new yorkers. And i remember vividly. I attended the garden during larry. Johnson's four point play. I remember the title runs at ninety four ninety nine. I mean those are the best times in new york city was jumping there. I mean you know. We didn't get a parade but there was like a near parade every night with a mix or where it goes playoff games. Good the town. Hopefully it's going to be great for the town when the nets go to the finals this year which frankly i think most of us expect you know when you look at the next block box scores. Just how many of the big three played tonight and then two of them play. You probably win. We've talked about this before though many times right like even though the nets have all the star power when the knicks are good. It just gives a different vibe or feel in the city andrew. You recently attended a soccer game at yankee stadium. How to it'll be back in the stands with with fans man. It felt great. And i gotta say at. You're listening to this and you're like hey i've been to a game in a while and you should get some tickets because the games are back. You know perfectly safe. If you've ever dreamt about being in a stadium and having a role mostly yourself. This is your chance read. Is our life ten twenty percent capacity. Still so it's a great experience. I had a blast at the game. This weekend and sports are back. Let's go and root for your team is. It's a lot of fun. andrew yang. Join us right now in new york city mayor candidate. I and i guess Mostly now a nets fan or all in on the nets is how. You're putting it at question. is you talked about. The nets are team that a lot of people think could could win the championship. They are bill to win a championship. And you mentioned parade. And in these times i mean. Isn't lebron still waiting for his parade. Right nah right. They haven't done any of that stuff yet to do that. We'll if you think will. The timetable would be the finals in late july. Would there be a parade for the nets if they win a championship this year. Was that something that you think would have to be held off a great question. Alan parades are outdoors. Most people be vaccinated by then right now in new york city. Every site is walking. So if you're listening to listen your been considering getting vaccinated get vaccinated vaccinated. I got john jay and feeling great. So i think by this summer. I think this is going to be the summer of love in new york. City 'cause i think there's a lot of energy but i think that we're gonna be in position to celebrate outdoors. Certainly people are gonna be frankly hanging out in the park every day during the summer and because parades are outdoors and most of us vaccinated. I think there's a really good chance it would take place so eventually as star football season gets ready to go to giants and the jets. We'll see some. What full stadiums is what you're saying potentially i think there's a good shot at it keyshawn particularly because if you look at a stadium environment. When i went to the yankee stadium everyone produced vaccination card and so if you were to have full capacity in or not if not fall maybe closer to it in an outdoor football stadium where everyone has been vaccinated and demonstrates on the way in I you know. I think you can have a lot of fans back in the stands by this fall andrew. I just have one last question as when you're when you're trying to win any race and obviously for mayor. It's very important any concern. Because i've seen backlash from knick fans and it's obviously a larger percentage are knick fans any concern at all about you know these are voters and i could be losing them based on that is i mean even a little bit. Let me say allen. I've been a fan of your coverage since newsday your fans turn to figure out what's going on. I think new yorkers can sense when you're anything else so like i. I grew up a knicks fan. But you know the became. It became an abusive relationship. And then i moved on and became nets fan. And i think a lot of can relate to some version of that. You know i'm someone who does not mind at all rooting for that team. Like i rooted through the mike sweeney. Frank williams eddy curry draw. James like you name it. I was there but eventually it just got to a point where i was like man. This teens like culture and ownership in management styles. Just but that's like because it's like not even a little part of that with leon rose and west and tibbs. That doesn't make you think to yourself. Well it's really changed now. Look what julius randle looked away. They're talking about finally chemistry. Making you say you long though. So let's imagine the typical knicks fan. Break up like i did it. Just been sad. And i'm sorry. Knicks fan i i. It's been a tough time. And i think those fans this is a time real joy and a reinvigoration of hope and optimism. Because leon rose seems to have his act together seems like a very competent manager. Top holy cow dude should be coach of the year. Julius randle one of the great success stories in the nba. None of us are coming. Frankly so you look at it like you gotta be happy for them. I am happy for them. I'm not a hater. I think people know you know it's like but for me. You know like. I do feel like i had such an attachment to jeremy lin. And you could probably see why. I'm like an asian guy likes to ball and like like your guy light the league on fire and then we dumped him for money. Wasn't the team games thirty you know. We could have paid. Jeremy lin like at that point dump though he was to let them know your heart is that he wasn't dumped though he took a contract with a poison pill in it with houston match days. I would have been known up. There guys already alley allen. Jeremy leader lin did did actually. He's back now in the fold and and he's loved this as always in the garden actually did a a a during the pandemic we did a great sit down together and we did a whole feature on him so he certainly came back into the fold. And all's forgiven like i said andrew. I'm not one of these people that says well you can't come back. You know the bandwagon fans that are coming back see. This happened on social media. I'm not one of them. So whenever you want to come home the door stays open all that is the right spirit in the right attitude and you know what i mean i i appreciate it. I'm happy for new york. I i'm i'm happy for everyone who's having a great season and made the nets and nixon go far in the playoffs. They meet like. I'll be rooting for the nets. That i have a feeling that would come out on top. These incredible though hearing the garden the other day and hearing. Mvp chance for julius randle an amazing feeling like you haven't heard that in the garden for so it's been fun and andrew and we gotta run but thank you so much for the time we do appreciate it. Enjoy obviously the rest of the new york. Go hit a game last support. Your favorite team awesome all right. Thanks so much. Andrew young on the goodyear hotline the one the one thing though at least i can say we're talking mirror. Y'all got that we run away. Current mayor is a red sock. No that's like. I'll tell you what i'll take the nets fan over a red sox fan mayor who a red sox fan. Didn't y'all got a mere. Who's running candidate. Who's running to become the mirror. Can't pick and choose so he says it's good for new york like you. If you're a knick fan i would think you would stay knick fan if you're a net fan you stay net fan. You don't keep hopping over bridge. That's that's the one that's the bad look. Let's say he's a really smart guy. He's very likable. i like them. But that's the one thing that gets you like knowledge when a team does well in your city that you're writing with the acknowledging but you are a lifelong knick fan as a kid growing up then all of a sudden the nets get good in now. You don king and ring then. I kids to be in the rain. So my losers. I thought he was promoted. Guys like well over here with him. Mowing the guy. I always say this the fans that new edition song. Can you stand the rain sunny days. Everybody loves them right but as a fan. That's the hardest park. I didn't sunny days. You went through the rain so it feels better. I didn't jump over the live city city. When we you you could have okay. So that's that conversation andrew for that all right from the top recruit to number one pick. How trevor lawrence's handling it all. That's next key j. Zubin espn radio and sirius. Xm channel eighty this sports illustrated cover story. Trevor lawrence out one quote that promoted. I don't have this chip on my shoulder. I can't manufacture that if toughen feels that says this kind of thing. What do you think we'd be talking about here this morning. This is key. sean. J wilbon do you own or rent your home share you and i bet it can be hard work you know. It's easy bundling policies with geico. Geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to geico dot com denna quote and see how much you could save. Its gyco easy. Visit geico dot com today. That's geico dot com when you talk to a dell technology advisor. They're focused on you. Ready to give advice on everything from laptops to the cloud offer tailored solutions powered by intel v pro platform to keep your small business ready for what's next call a dell technologies advisor today at eight seven seven ask dell. that's eight. Seven seven asked del all the questions. All the shouting. I'm part of it heading into the nfl draft k. j. z. Espn radio allan hunting for. Zubin we are joined by jeff scott right now on the goodyear hotline south florida head coach and former clemson offensive coordinator so clearly on the topic of trevor lawrence. He's well versed so scott. Jeff i should say good morning. Thanks for joining us absolutely great. It'd be with you. So can i ask you what impressed you about. How trevor lawrence came in as a freshman and handle all that pressure ability to just step right in and win and what does that tell you about what he can do as a rookie in the nfl. Well you know number. One trevor's just incredible young man. I know you've heard that a lot. He really is. I mean just high character high integrity He's gonna representative team and community very very well of many years and then number two. Just what you said. He's a winner. I mean he. He started four years in high school. Three years at clemson. I think he went eighty six and four and his last seven years playing football. He's thrown for exactly twenty four thousand yards since ninth grade year in high school. So i mean this. This guy is is a winner. That's always done and obviously it's freshman year at clemson lead us to a national championship in. Mvp i mean that's really all he knows i mean. I think we knew as a ninth grader. Whenever he first came on our campus. At clemson i mean this guy walked in six foot five back then big hands and the feet. We're like man. This guy is going to be the first pick in the draft one day. I mean that's literally the first thing that came to your mind when you met him as as a ninth grader but you know he s great toughness Probably one of my favorite Memories of trevor was Not the national championship year. It was it was It was not the game. It was actually the game before that In the Cfp semi-final we're playing notre dame in the cotton bowl and Man they were physical defense. And i remember at one point in the game. He took this shot. We ran zone read and he took a shot and it was like. Wow you know He was down for about a half a half a second. He jumped back up. And we're like is he going to need to come out of the game and he stayed in the game very next play. He has to stand in the pocket. He's got a free Linebacker coming right at him. He delivers like the forty. Two yard. perfect touchdown pass gets hit again. Jumped right back up down there in the end zone. We're like man. This is not your typical freshman right and we. We've had some really good quarterback stare at clemson but You know this is really not a surprise for anybody. That's been around. Trevor over the last seven years this is really really right on script of of what we all thought would happen. Jeff how you doing. What's up key i got. I got a call secretaries and everything else nowadays to get a hold of you. You don't even return my calls. I got. I got a new number. Go you know what happened. No i i understand. I get let me ask you this though Coach longtime obviously Talking to you when you were recruiting. Trevor lawrence in justin fields. What went into the decision. Was it whoever accepted the scholarship. I or were you solely locked in on trevor lawrence and of justin feels came along. Then so be it. Yeah you know. Honestly we gotta got on trevor early You know really in his freshman year. It was actually between trevor and another young men down in jacksonville. florida and And justin didn't come on the scene on our radar really until the next year. And so we were. You know we already had a year invested into trevor. And we're still feeling like we're making you know really good progress and so Justin did come and throw it our camp and did very well but You know really the recruiting time line. Just a little bit further behind where we were with. Trevor and you know. I think for us you know. It wasn't any reason to go pass. Trevor once we really developed a relationship and got to know him and saw his performance. But yeah there's no doubt When justin feels came to our camping through. We're like hi. Yeah that's another one right there. He's going to be pretty special as well. So it's a pretty awesome to watch. These young men excel the way they have The last few years will travel experience. Clemson you know. Carry over into the nfl. The first time head coach and urban meyer in a new system unlike the one in iran at clemson over the last three years yeah and And obviously a heard the intro. There and the story of the sports illustrated made a lot of news Last two weeks. But you know we're that's coming from and you've been around coach. Sweeney key you you you you came over there and we're around us and You know coach twenties message to our players. That clemson has always been they. Don't let football defined you you know. And he said in a team meet. And i've been there before trevor. You're much more than a football player. You're not just this. You know. Greek god that only has value as a football player. You need to be content and who you are as a person as a young man who just happens to be a great football player. And i really think that's kind of what trevor was trying to communicate In that interview in that article and obviously that kind of You know stood out. As as as the quote. They wanted to use their to to create a little bit of a news. Which i understand. But i think ultimately You know trevor. First of all trevor came from a very successful program out of high school cars. Real high school joey king. His head coach was an incredible coach. Had a great culture there and really developed him and and have lunch with him. Every day in the fall you know they talked ball and then and then he comes to clemson. And you know. Obviously i'm Partial because it's been a long time there but you know coach sweeney Just doesn't excellent. Job of clinton i think the proof is in the pudding. If you will with the guys that have gone on to the league and it had a lot of success But he really has been grooming trevor for this opportunity more than just the football and the xs and os just being to handle the criticism. That's coming. I mean i've i've heard coach. Sweeney get on trevor You know in a way that maybe most head coaches. Don't talk to their quarterbacks usually but because of the trust and because of the relationship you know and then because that's just how coach twenty years. He doesn't have a filter behind the scenes. He's going to be honest with the players. And i think you know so. Trevor does have some dick scanned Being around clemson. I what you see on coach. Twenty publicly is not always what you see behind the scenes. He really challenges his guys and and holds them accountable and demands their best. And so that's that's the program that trevor's leaving and i think that I think he'll do big things. So with coach in jacksonville jeff. I've been hearing incredible stuff about trevor lawrence. I mean from the beginning How superstar is transcendent quarterback. What does he need to work on. If there was something that you said. Hey going into this season two years. What will be the key to trevor lawrence becoming or reaching his potential at nfl level. Well i think it's a little bit of what he just a minute ago. Right it's going to be a different scheme for him. I mean the the scheme that we ran at clemson was very similar to what he ran at carterville high school. So he's kind of been in one mode at one offensive scheme for the last seven years religious playing career and this is going to be different for him right and things are going to be happening a little bit faster. I can remember whenever he got to clemson and the first bring you know. He had a big time arm. But you know he had to kind of figure out that secondary's a little bit faster than where you just came in high school and in sometimes guys that have arms like his. You know they don't see throw that they don't think they can. They can't make right every opening. They think they can put it there and they have to learn to You know not force things and And i think that's probably pr- trevor that's going to be you know he's got the arm talent. does have the a very high football iq But i i think it's going to be you know that transition right. I mean that's a very tough transition for anybody a quarterback going from college so then fell But i think being able to see the different styles of defenses. He's gonna see and then really. Learning a new system is probably going to be the biggest challenge for him But no one. The work ethic that i've seen from him Through his his time at clemson I have no doubt that he's gonna dominate that coach. Appreciate your time and your insight on this. Have a good day appreciate. Gm number having gave it to produce gave. Tim are there. You go is jeff scott head coach south florida and also clemson offensive coordinator some time with trevor lawrence. He was on the goodyear hotline. Coming up. Real or not real in a no hitter. That's not a no hitter. All that coming up next jay z. Espn news coming up tomorrow on k. J. z. z. The fonte smith heisman trophy winner in projected first round draft devante smith which keeps jay williams zubin tomorrow morning at nine hundred nine eastern on espn radio and espn news. Do own or rent your home. Share you and i bet it can be hard work. You know it's easy. Bundling policies with geico geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to geico dot com denna quote and see how much you could save gyco easy visit. Geico dot com today. That's geiko dot com. Used to score man. I was a score very active like a big showing boss screens. Like you really had to ball screen like that's your player. Become that eventually the higher up you go the more you realize that about this life so i should try to be useful. I want to be good for business. In some way or another gotta jumps out screen like after great effort like one level. We realize that to like get some flow play. Hey guys. I'm opening but you're open for a reason we were right. It's accurate it is look. There were every level certain levels. Where you'd like you feel like a score. Then you go to the next level. You like yeah. That's no matter story scored. All he's andrzej zubin. Alan benon score in presumed in a by progressive has always. He's right leg. Make sure you fired at qual- because potch alison near that would mean waiting for a pass instead of running around sitting screens like that. Guy at the y. Every morning like i'm that dude gonna get sweat. Hey was good cardio. I'd have to pay for college millions of dollars and get a bird at all all right so you guys ready to play with play a game here. I must step aside and let evan takeover little real or not real big game or small game because he likes to big is only big. Well it's the small game real or not real seven no hitter real or not real. It's real hitter. It's unreal if he had two innings and it was. It's it's a no hitter man. Stop baseball soccer okay. This old guard in baseball needs to stop like a no hitter. Just let it be. Can we have some fun please. In the sport. I'm gonna just say this is an official game in the book. Yes yes then. It's a no hitter end of story and of conversation. And if it's a rule which. I told you about then rewrite the damn rule because now we have seven inning doubleheaders. Next question evan. The dodgers padres rivalry real or not real. Not real real. How do you go. it's not real okay. And they win three one. That's just every with two three. It sounds like i mean we went to one. They win three one all this stuff. It's not chasing us. They're chasing us. Where'd you water six. Hebr dave movie six before i was zerorez moved you down. They put you in for the guy who's actually hitting the ball and then you ended up getting out and that's why i. What was your baseball number. Be key in my number. Be probably by you are. You're asking the same question time time sort of legal age three. Oh three they would get mad at me real because you can tell you could tell one is a little brother. That's poking the bear which is what you want. And it's the dodgers who feel like this is our you know we own this division and hartridge said out so much that's real. We'll see that we've lost games. Two teams just like this and in the end we get the trophy. Have seen the same kind of fireworks after losing those games though. That's all i'm saying. This feels like there's some animosity that creates a rival with the yankees in the midst of start playing better. Leave me alone guys. That dodgers padres comeback last night. That's the overnight delivery brought to you by. Usps businesses changing and usps is changing with it. Find out how at usps dot com slash new routes the united states postal service priority. You very we'll make one hundred. Three's this month real or not real eighty two games left. I mean that's doable. That's doable for him. yeah. I saw donor. He'd been hot. You see what he was doing the other night against sacremento but he. I mean he. I mean he's been doing it but it's you have to guard him once he steps over half court. You have to designate somebody just to stay in his pocket. Jay chuck. i don't care. That's a chuck is he's alc- say you don't care talking. I was talking yesterday to some kids out of the gauchos site the basketball. We're talking about steph in shooting. 'cause know obviously little kids they cross half trying to do stem now coaches roy. It's good for him but bad for the game right not well. We were having that conversation. And i was saying to myself as of always see it. Chris molly reggie miller mitch richmond. Some of these guys had done this stuff in their air. Would they still be able to hit the shots like steph. Because it took steph alone time to master this whole thing. Larry bird could have done that through aca labor mitch. Yeah larry had done it at this range at this high six nine because of his size and me poem from half yeah. Anthony would play hoops doj. All my thing is that's not something that they didn't even think of doing. Think of do practice. This dude is a legendary one of a kind. Like he's he's coming off a boss screen from half core key. You're chasing him off the your on his neck and he's pulling up leaning forward he's changing geometry trump the game. That's his confidence was allowing him to do it. I just don't think it was part of the game. Then in guys stayed more in the lines back then it's real slim. Jim is call. Kevin durant kevin durant got some crazy range. Yeah and he's seven feet tall thing. Is these other deals. That i'm talking about is taught. 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Wandering Into the Fog with Abomination Brewing

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43:56 min | 1 year ago

Wandering Into the Fog with Abomination Brewing

"This episode and every episode of the Beer Guy's radio show is brought to you by Ironmonger Bruin Visit Ironmongery taproom in Marietta Georgia or online at ironmonger brewing dot com. OPENED UP A tab. Grab a seat and pour a pint. It's time for the beer guy's radio show or free beer brewery dedicated to the art, science and enjoyment of craft beer. What would be a? We got now here. Are Your hosts Tim Dennis and Brian Hewitt and welcome to the beer guy's radio show broadcasting from the beer guy's radio studios. In Marietta, Georgia, and this week we're talking with bomb nation brewing. I'm Tim Denison with me as always as my good friend and Co host Brian. Hey Tim so joining us today we have Joe. Feldman and Josh Arnaud Owners and Brewers for abomination brewing. We're GONNA. Talk about the Gypsy brew. Life the social distancing collaborate. They're working on future plans, probably hot dogs and metal you deal. Yeah and more thanks Joe and Josh thanks for joining US thanks for having US guys. Yeah, absolutely, you guys. We were talking a little bit off air here. Brian used a term that I think is no longer a cool for a gypsy bruins. That's. Today. Learn Brian. It's actually no mad. Nomad or nomadic is actually preferred term now. Is that correct? Yes, we were calling if that thing for years, and just after a few people corrected us, and we realized our ways of we started. Changed over to the nomadic, which I think. Cooler term anyway, so this is a good move. It does sound pretty cool. Absolutely. We're nomadic radio for Awhile Brian. We weren't. Around a little bit so guys, how are things going up there? We know we're trying to get back to some normalcy. Are you a kind of getting back in the groove? A little bit yet? Life is life is finally starting to get back to normal. Things are starting to open up. I can go out and get something which is nice. I mean I. Don't know how it was for most people, but we have like three months. Lockdown being so close to New York City and just big cities in general new Haven Connecticut like. We got hit hard. It's nice to get out of the house. Well see, we're in. Georgia, we actually mentioned this last week. Our governor, who's just like you know what? Let's just rock. Let's just open everything do. Everything will be fine, but close for half a day. We'll get over that's. How is that Ben since you guys reopened up? Have you had a resurgence like they're talking about? Or is this the way to go? I need to look at the data. Verify I think there was a little uptick, but it's kind of been up and down I. Think hasn't Brian. It's like we did see like a crazy spike i. Yeah I haven't been watching it. I'll be honest with you have not been watching those numbers, but to be honest. A lot of our business owners actually just self policed it. You know so the governor k. you can open up like you know what we're not. We're not comfortable with this now, so we started seeing people do stuff like they. They'd open their patio and do some social distancing there, and they've just been kinda slowly rolling back into a strong adherence to the guidelines of mass, wearing cleaning social, distancing marking off spots where you can't sit to make sure people are spread around it I think even required to the just. They'll being safe safe, you know. Yeah out here in Connecticut Right now It's only outdoor day which I started about a week ago, so everybody's making the makeshift patios turning parking lots. Places out it's Hilarious, closed down streets and descended tables out there so it was Kinda doing what they have to do and give people some sort of sense of normalcy. We actually went out earlier today for lunch and got veers, lunch and of felt weird being out there. Yeah, right need so! Yeah three Brian and I went out and we grab some actually really good barbecue. This weekend had some barbecue and we're like you know what this is nice, and it feels a little weird after so long to set down because our restaurants are open inside as well so we sat down and had some ribs, brisket and are. Not cheap anymore. It's not a lot. Employers brisket surcharges now because of the shortages, so really Yes? I heard that about Bacon to actually went to Grad. Bake into a burger the other day and it was like a four dollar upcharges. In the words of Joe Exotic. We are never going to financially recover from. Despite the environment's best efforts, we had a pretty good weekend we did. We went out and got to got to try. newbury drowned valley up in Carterville Georgia. They've been by invited us out for a while. We got to go up there. MEET TO DEAN, J.! The owners we appreciate their hospitality Tasty Beers there, too. They had the fan of that coffee blonde, a blonde. That was very good against the nice tasting room. Nice Patio. You know packed out there so germs. We pop down to our friend. Scott's place. Bart Hickory brewery had to go down there and check out. He had what he was calling his imaginary. Imaginary Anniversary! Party and he said he's really. GonNa do the Big One. This should have been his eighth anniversary because everything going on, he did a few can releases and stuff, and he said probably for eight and a half he's going to have a big blowout party, but Brian Those Berliners were on point. Are they were? Pedal sours as he said exactly. What was your favorite flavor? Was it a carrot, Berliner or the blue? Berlin, who boy? That's tough, I might go with the blue, but that carrot was surprisingly good for being a carrot. Berliner was really crazy, right? Yeah, that was good straight carrot like carrot cake. Now. That's that's what we thought was a straight carrot, and it had a little bit of sweetness to it. I actually tried it. The brewery owners a good friend, and I tried it really just to give him a hard time about making steely beer and I. Try not mark. This is actually pretty tasty. Speaking of Silly Beers, though I had something called skits, which was their digits, blood, red orange APA right with skittles added to it, and it was a it was a very very potent beer. Was that was yeah? I thought it was all right. I thought it was boozy. It was and you know what speaking a potent beers. Brian we had a little fun. We ran a our instagram this week, asking people. What did they consider a strong beer, so we're going to see her Josh Joe. What if you had to pick a number? Here's our tears. We'll see what you think. I put greater than five percent greater than a percent greater, ten percent or greater than twelve percent. So which of those would you guys think? Most people said was the break point for a strong beer. I mean that number is so skewed for everything we. Don't triples. I feel like everybody wants big. It makes that. Yes okay, fair enough. You know what I actually had a a friend. Message me and say that he's like he's like twelve percent. That's where most of my beer start the. Bare for me here, yeah, our session. Beers are honestly eight point six percent. You know I think that's. The bottom of where we're. From US Your Brand Bruin. Wise I would say twelve percent higher, but for me personally I would say ten percent. Okay all right. Yeah, I'd probably be more on board with that I. Mean we had a guy who used to come to share with us? Who would open up? The everything was fifteen percent Yeah Arab. Minimum everything and it was. Filed, homered is back in the day I. Know You guys used to be humber I'm sure you're familiar with that. Yeah absolutely how strong can you brew it sure off well? According to our instagram followers, two percent said greater than five percent is already strong for them so I wonder if maybe they were an English beer during. Those bidders that's right. Exactly. Five percent were getting crazy here. Over eight percent, forty one percent of respondents said over eight percent gets into what they say. Strong forty three percent, said greater than ten percent, so that's eighty four percent between eight and ten mark there, and then we have twelve percent, said greater than twelve percent. So Brian, what about you? What's the break for strong for you? I really started thinking strong around the ten to twelve percent. Probably probably yeah, probably ten percent I, think. This is a little potent double digits. Digits! When it falls between eight and ten I start taking note of the ABC and if you're breaking ten or twelve, I mean you know. I love my black Tuesday. Eight percent with dip or something like that I'm like all right all right all right all right. Good stuff shirt off all right Tim I. Think it is time for us to get into the beers the week. Crack open a cold wine. It's the trucking tap beer at the week. Craft Beer and food trucks in downtown Woodstock truck and TAP DOT COM. We'll Ryan as always. We have a great selection of Beers man, we. We did a little pre game in here one from our friends at three taverns and good word brewing words, a double, Ip have one courtesy of terrapin brewing, a strawberry dream sickle beer, so we got into that we're also going to drink a dissolved thirty-six stairs to Rankin trimtabs. PEANUT BUTTER COFFEE IN ATLANTA. Bruin Bake. Too So Brian were sort on time, but can you squeezes in a news story here I'm going to do just one and I think it's intriguing that the way people are dealing with the pandemic one resourceful brewery owner in Seattle moved into his burri actually moved his entire stuff into his bro to save costs and keep the brewery afloat. People often say they live at the brewery. Brewery but John Mardi of lower case brewing in Seattle actually does. His new residence is a ninety nine square foot room above the bruins boiler. Apparently, he's got a diy bunk bed, and he's sweet rug ties the room together, so he's all hooked up. He's ready to rock sounds good. We need to take a break. We'll be right back very soon with more from abomination brute. Brian and Tim the beer guys. If you're like us, no launcher dinners complete without a partner to of craft beer, which is why truck and tap in downtown Woodstock Alfred and Duluth are always on our list Tim. Why do they call it? Truck and TAP will. The top part is easy Brian. They've got eighteen of them as for the truck part. That's where it gets interesting truck and tap features your favorite Atlanta area food trucks. You're getting a different menu every day, truck and tap in downtown, woodstock, Alfa, Reta and Duluth. 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Thanks again for joining us. We really appreciate it good to have you on here with us this evening dead. Absolutely Abomination Bruin we've. We've established shit. You are a nomadic bureau. We talk a little bit about. The Corona virus and how that's impacted, things has been nomadic brewer. Has that impacted your ability to brew through all of this? I mean it definitely took a pretty big debt when this all I started. Just because nobody you know I mean as the nomadic brewery were sending all this year out to bottle shafts bars restaurants. Kegs where a huge portion of our business, so those are closing down, definitely took a big chunk, and there is some uncertainty of where we're going to go. And we kind of just went in stride and changed over to cannon package and everything and you know going to what was selling and. Needed which was packing stores liquor stores to sell directly above twelve percents Brew Pub Facility Opinion Connecticut so at least had that. We were still able to still sell stuff out the door. It was definitely weird, but we just kind of had a pivot and take a different turn and move pretty much to all cans. Yeah, that's good that you are able to sell from your partners. Brew pub there because that's a actually talked to another nomadic brewers. Just this weekend. We saw him at burnt. Hickory Brian and You know he was saying man. This is tough. You know he didn't have anywhere to to really ask sell his product so. When all you can do is taps in that no festivals to get the word out there which. We. Have you know I think eleven? Festival set up for the summer, too, and that was another thing. Trying to figure out where that mirror is gonNA sell yet. We're still like a a super young brand. We've only been on the scene for maybe a year in eight months now, so I we usually hit the festival seen pretty hard and really try and pump our name out there despite our distribution networks. So you know we want as much people be able to get us as we can as they. They can and it just sucks that. This is a you know. Everything that canceled stuff in November got cancelled. You know righty. New NFL is nice for us you. We don't have a tasting room taproom so for us being able to go out there and having direct contact with our people actually drank in our beer was huge for us. Getting the you know onsite. Just reactions of how everything is. Of Our beers, and now we don't have that anymore. So you've brought a brewery and taproom and I noticed I read somewhere that you guys were on the lookout to leaving the nomadic behind and going for a taproom at some point in the future. Is that still on the cards? At this point? I imagine it's probably old at least temporarily. We surprisingly didn't take too big of a hit during all of this corona stuff. Stuff and since Connecticut figured out everything that they were doing in bars and restaurants opening back up. We have seen such a huge influx in our beer. I mean we normally will district sixty barrels across thirty two states, and we were putting out the barrel batches of beer in the entire state of Connecticut was buying them from us so I mean we've got them to thank for that. Really help us get through the corona virus. Brewers right now is that everybody wants as much alcohol as they can get yes. So. It's a one benefit. They're a story. Is that the Memorial Day weekend a billion dollars in off premise beer sales. Like needs beerman slightly behind last year's for July huge, you say. Yeah, you know. We sought some creative things from some of these some of these breweries with the social distancing things like virtual beer tasting virtual bear beer dinners. Did you guys capitalize on any any of that type of stuff me? Why me rendered up actually setting up a multi burri collaboration, which kind of goes into with we had all these beer festivals, and traveling and collapsed set up over the summer that with Burris, that like good word like we talked off air about that were planning on brewing with these guys, and unfortunately, couldn't so we re like a bunch of our friends? Just Hey, let's if we can't get there. Actually Brew Beer Together. Let's Kinda Bruce something virtually and come up with the cool weather collab- without actually being together, so yeah, everybody was down for two. So that's your social distancing collab- correct yet, and that's I guess just a sharing ideas. Who's WHO's GonNa? Brew it or is everybody Bruin. or Coombe across Connecticut New York Pennsylvania. Maryland New Jersey Seattle was at four or five states. Fourteen different breweries. Eker Israeli Tunda COUPLA guys kinsmen. I'M GONNA. Forget everybody feel like a jerk now that I'm naming names. Link in the notes. And much much more. Yeah so we just kind of reach out to like. All of our friends are just kind of said. Hey, man like we can't burr together right now. This Bor something together. Though so we came up with the our work with are awesome, artists Sam Heimer and so actually used. The same labels gave them a same base west. And then we gave them five different hops to kind of pick and choose from told everybody kinda choose three, so everybody's version of variant was completely different and go from there. You mentioned the artists Sam Heimer and we were looking at up. Years, ago Brian is still a big cigar guy and I used to be a big cigar guy, and there's a I. Don't know if you guys are into cigars, but there's a cigar brand called Tattoo. They do what they call their monster series each year, and they do interesting packaging like the box and the labeling. That'll be the. The frank, you know different things like that Siri. How we yes very halloween, but he did a contest one time where we put what they called Spooky, tickets thirteen spooky tickets in there were six hundred sixty six boxes. Thirteen tickets and I'm GONNA. Tell this together soon. I'm not rambling for no point. So, but the artist spooky tickets with Sam Hammer so sam, accent. For the Tattoo I and I did not find one of the tickets in the box, but actually purchased one of the overruns from Sam and had the the box and the artwork in the ticket, and all that gone together, so song familiar was Stam's work. I Muslim we yet, so we actually did a beer festival with them, and or I'm sorry. We did a beer festival. He actually did the art for the festival. We Jalen I became obsessed with his artwork and I always out to I'm not thinking that I was ever going to actually get a response and turns out is the nicest calls dude on the planet, and was like an and I would love to do a beer label, and just from them like him, and I like it's Kinda crazy. He'll come to me with ideas I'll just say some weird random. To him and it'll just appear the next day. He'll send me a J. peg of some crazy stuff. He's working on like how that even come out of your head? It's wild right? Yeah, does he? Do all of your your art for your cans or do you have a bunch of artists? Really couple of artists? I actually do all the labels for the fog, so that one's mine, but most of the really detailed wild stuff is Sam Heimer. We also use. Earl casts and. Another philly based Guy Fenzy, so we were started as not really wanted to yet focused on using local artists and getting their name out there and. Just really featuring everybody making sure that our cans look as beautiful as the beer inside of taste is pretty cold. There's a whole that's a whole different topic. Beer Art, and actually saw Sam did an interview I I I'm going to mess up the name of this podcast, but I think it's called like the sixteen ounce Palette or the twelve ounce canvas. Okay, so yeah, he didn't interview on there, but it's interesting can. Art is a pretty cool stuff? Man It actually. On that podcast, which was pretty cool. You're listening to the beer guy's radio show. We do need to take a break, but we'll be back very soon to talk more with abomination barely. Are you really doing facebook? Right I'm Aaron Williams. And here's your marketing minute. FACEBOOK is a fantastic place to communicate with your fans. I'm sure you're using it to let people know about your specials new beers events in other words. You're talking at your audience instead. Try talking with your audience. Start Conversations, ask questions and show your fans. What's on behind the scenes? You'll make more of them. I promise for more marketing. Tips and tricks had to crafted Dash Consulting. Dot Com slash radio. Radio as a brewery owner or tapper manager. 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You mentioned that you had a little more info that you wanted to share about the possibility of the tasting room. What do we need to know? So we are planning non-opening tasting room on. Fortunately I can't give much more information than that at this point in time, but we are planning their opening up a tasting room in Connecticut. Maybe, we can release something more by the end of the year. Okay, we'll stay tuned. We'll keep an eye on things to see what's going down, so you guys were based in Pennsylvania, or are you all fully moved over to Connecticut at this point, so we actually this whole thing started about what five six years ago we were looking for an actual physical location of Pennsylvania. We're trying to open up tasting room brewpubs facility. we had a spot in the Lehigh Valley Allentown. Meanwhile we were just Kinda doing beer festivals doing collaborations pretty much anywhere. We could get our buren. That's what we're doing. meanwhile trying to open up the station room, we ended up fighting for. About two years with zone in economic development just don't with a ton of BS. There yeah. That own to just say all right. What do we do now? How do we make beer? How did we get beer out in the market like we just dealt with this for three four years, and now it's just become now nothing so we ended up coming into contact with. In Connecticut. And started just collaborating and Bruin a ton of beer with them. They were contract brewing us out of Boston New Jersey Pennsylvania Connecticut and just trying to get as much tax as we possibly could at that time, and then it's kind of all come full circle back to US opening up an actual. They now if you're putting your dream, list together and I'm sure you've done this already. what will the What will the tasting room? What kind of experience can we expect? The abomination tasting room? The I ne- We are planning on making what we WANNA. Make you know were super to loggers. sours barrel aged stuff. We do a lot of our i. don't even WanNa call. Him Clean Beers. Maybe just ales is a better better term for like our ales are sours like are. Are Crazy adjunct. Send are are heavily fruited sour. We saved them for twelve percent I'm thinking you know our spots going to be a little more refined. We'll get a little crazy here and there you know, but for the most part we're looking to do in the stuff that like you're not gonna be able to see through our distribution network and getting crazy in terms of rouch beer as opposed to You know crazy, fruited sour. The rash beer I worst beer in the world. What's going to ask? I had a question about asking about that. Because with your theme, only health and save us. The thing is one of your beers. I'm like this should have been smoked malt that there should have been a little burns. You need a brimstone. That's what should smokes peppers and stuff right data. Yeah. This seems like a good time to ask. Let's talk about these beers in the bruce there. The name of bombing nation brewing were the name come from. Does that refer to the Brewers, the brewery, the beers and take some into. No, no, that one's all you. Oh, well, so we originally just kind of started. Just wow, what could we firm end just like? How Weird can we possibly get? And it all went against the German purity law of just you know. Water Grain hops like now lives that to stop there. We fermat anything. People been firm any anything for hundreds of years. Why is it just this? This is what beer as so we said. We started brewing now. Water rice hours, and you know pretty much anything you know really started as like kind of. The Hawk Lake the aisles of grocery stores, and finding some like really cool Asian markets, and just things that aren't readily available to you and finding things like hey, man, that'd be really cool and a sour or high ta or a stout. Nobody's doing this right now, so. How weird can we get. You know it's funny that you say that you mentioned a water ice our. I was just telling Brian about water isis this weekend. He'd never heard of it. Well Rita's was actually the one I mentioned. Rita's came in here. Maybe Oh, gosh, maybe a decade ago now very nice. But they opened up several locations and then I think they're gone now. They're totally. Really came in, and they did there. Yeah I've never known a life without water ice. Yeah. And like I've never had to worry about it, but like I couldn't imagine not having like. A shaved ice confection, but it's. The term water, Isis confusing if you have no idea what it is. Yeah, it really clear water become does. Your advantage. But. That's Rita's did the frozen custard which I'm a big Fan August. And they would even do Brian a custard and ice together, which is just? It's insane Oh. That's fun I think it's called the July Lada. It's unbelievable the Girardi I think. A Lot. Okay, and then you re shakes yet. You can get them blended into shakes all right. Os and dude It's so good, let's. Do a commercial Farida, so. Money? Arenas. Company you know where to find. So, how close is this to the old snoopy snow cone maker because? Yeah that's it pretty. Yeah. That's pretty similar. Bored with snoopy was back in the day. MEISTER SYRUP WITH IT. Because that's now, we're talking. A. Little while Meister? Some great you know Brian would actually if you ever need another brewer and Brian looks to enter the the beer industry you know in the production side. Your philosophy seems to fit with him. But everything in a beer. He'll world. He can't say the name of the beer on air, but he had an idea for a seafood Goza. Listen to. PODCASTS! Or let's do it. How do I get you? Let's see there you go. Let's do it. Man, see now. You guys gotta come down here and we'll hang in the studio. We gotta come up there and Brewer Collaboration More than five hundred let's do. All the Seafood Weird Goza you WanNa, do where we're on board. You Ready Brian I'm. To head out now. We're going. We got the northeast. It's shellfish like let's go. Shown off man. Goes at, and it will actually Kinda you're like the old school Bryn liners and we'll just shave some. Juicy. Water ice on the brim of it. It'll be at home modern tate. My mouth is watering guys but now. My mouth is full of ice. No it's unsafe really unsafe getting Brian. I like them. You're talk to the wrong guys. We're some weird like yeah, let's do it well. That's Brian I. kind of balanced each other out when it came to because like we like we literally brewed one Ativan ESP and Brian. Let's make a fried, tomatoes onion and bean dip style. On Ryan whole. Yeah. That's a little. We did do a sun dried tomato and basil. Cezanne did it was good I. Liked had lot out. It was polarizing. People didn't care for it as much yeah, it'd be very interested to try that if you have any still, but we did it. Man I don't know I don't think I have been thinking you drink at all. I would have to look real hard, but I think it's gone now, okay? You know we're GONNA. Take a quick break. We're going to be back soon and I think to continue the culinary topics. We're GONNA come back. We're going to talk about hot dogs. Bri- Yeah? You're listening to bear guys show. We'll be back very soon with more from abomination. Brewing. Have, you ever thought about owning your own jury, but don't know what it takes to get. One built weird storytime construction, and we build breweries were door to the most experience and hands on contractors when it comes to building new breweries and taverns or expanding existing juries, we offer full buildouts remodeling in additions as low as consulting and construction management. Give us a call at seven, seven, zero, seven, three, three, four, three, four three storytime construction. We build breweries. 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We will get to that, but there was something else that I thought about here that I I to talk about stoute's, and I wanNA talk about T. h. i.. C. C. fix outs, boy. that as a thick boys because we're his, that's right to seize ones e sweat. But. We talked to a lot of brewers that these long when we say long boils used to be I mean at one time, a four hour would have been a long. Eight hours would've been insane. We have talked to at least a couple breweries. Twenty four hour boils on some of these beers. We have not done a twenty four hour. Boil so all right for us. You jump in on that whole conversation, but our latest release midnight snack to which was like a super fudgy birthday cake dessert chocolate. Just fudge in your. House man! Yes, go on. A man, yeah, we boiled that or five hours, and that's hot at boy was that is drinking like a like hot oil I remember drinking like that Dogfish head Miles Davis. Right remember thinking that was a thick, thick thick staff. Just put it just a shame and. I LIKED THEM UTAH. Like like out stout stick, keep talking dirty, and then you know. So we have orpheus brewing here makes them super thick to the point. You get something that thick. It's really hard to get carbonation into it. So you get some of you, open up and there may be a little. You know how sometimes you'll just get some slight bubbling around the ring of the glass, and that's about it. I mean for the most part they're almost still and I saw some people complain one time about their like there's no carbonation. Here I'm like dude. You're drinking thirty. Wait here. Not a lot of Carbonari. Transit it's. Thirty exactly like that. But you guys actually threw an idea out to us that I. Think is probably the most glorious thing I ever heard. So can you explain though boils Galera? To us. This is on you. So Boylston Leira. You get that twenty four hour. Boil Gallon right so. You're going. You're going. You're going. Gone a little too thick boy. At a little more of that that mashed into it! That's it man. Put a little bit more work. You'll love it all. Just keep pouring it in every so often. What these guys are doing at this point, though there's no way just ride now a twenty four hour. especially, it's bigger like you guys are home burs. Brewed there's no way if you sat there road out twenty four hour world that would be syrup. CARAMELIZED Sara yes. I know the loss that we get in an hour or two. You know two hours I. Was Pretty significant. I mean I can't imagine even if your start with like a you know twenty thirty barrel batch, or what have you twenty four hour boil i. do the math on that I'm curious to see what the math would say. Boil off on something like that. Four. Do you think you'd end up with on a twenty barrel twelve barrels off of a twenty four hour world? Yeah, let's. Hours on their say less than that I would say like six area I'm down. I'm thinking like. Like. I haven't worked on a great many amount of systems, but I've worked on a few systems, and there's no way if you were to boil for full twenty four hours like a goal. There's no way you're walking out of there. If you're on a twenty barrel system, there's no way you're walking out of there. With more than eight barrels, I think tomorrow. System raw slow. Say Yes, slow, Silverman! Let's look I'm just thinking like the restrictions on homebrew is such that you start off with like fifteen barrels. You boil it down to five gallons. You stay within your stay there. Have the is the thickest styles you slice limits rice of. You guys. We did want to say Josh when you sent your. Info back to do the show we asked to what topics you'd like to discuss. I see the passion in your heart for hotdogs. Is that correct? Oh Rally? Okay okay, so so tell us about what is. What's the perfect hotdog? Do Chicago dog all the. It's every single note. Dude, first of all poppy seed, Bun is choice are eight, right? Hot Pepper on there, so you have this by? Sweet relish also have the mustard and the ketchup. And a pickle spear, sweet relish and pickle spear to balance out that sweet relish okay, the tomato is great for that like to add to that acidity, but it kind of waters out the mustard a little bit I wanNA. There so right now. Still we know man, this word at already sold our area Pennsylvania doll. Dawson's Manning. Unbelievable! They give you a nice Nice, just succulent, beautiful Taylor role from Martin's obvious, because it's Pennsylvania, get that boy nice him buttered. Put that on flats off first second Heat up your delicious collectible, forty three cents hotdog out of Nice Martin's FAC. PLOP bad bad barbera Nabavi finished out some yellow mustard. Some diced onions catch up cheese boom done crazy man. You know when I lived in new. York some one of the side. We had up there that you don't see down here. I guess a regional dish or sought potatoes. Do you guys know of salt potatoes? That actually now, okay I. Think I just saw something on the food network about salt potatoes but I. For me. Remember what they are miskel. What they do is they take like a bag of new potatoes, small red potatoes. Oil and they seriously boil these things in like five pounds assault, so it's like a whole bag of salt, the new potatoes and then you serve them in a little dish in melted drawn butter. So that was fantastic. Yeah Mansoura Little. Hot, dog stands here you go basically had your choice of reds or whites. You'd get your hot dog. They throw it on. You. Go around now I'm all about Chicago Dog, but I'm also down. Would just some onions, Sauerkraut and mustard? Impossible yeah, but I'm Beth memories of eating. Hot dogs were going to like phillies games in Philly and Indian hotdogs dollar dog days. They're literally dollar dogs. You got a nice. Martin Roll like potato rolls near not eating better hug on a better role than that and just hot dog mustard. That was all they gave you and I'm telling you right now. There is not a hot dog that tastes better in that moment. Then a hotdog, some onions on a Martin potato role with some yellow mustard and minority right now that's objective. Were most controversial part of the show so far. Something Brian Ua dig in Philly the soft pretzels that they've got oh. Yes. Philly. And they're they're different, Brian. They're not like anywhere else, so you gotTA. They have street vendors. They sell them at the airport. Anytime mauled boss used to be or Mal boss was from Philly, but every time he come. He go up there. He'd come back with like a huge pack of these philly soft pretzels and We always look forward to his master road up there take a little time ago. It's some tourism as a bank. Thank growing up around there. They were just taking like Pretzel factories guys. We've had a lot of hot hot dog. Talk here and we haven't story last week. Where did a brew hotdog if you ever brewed with hot dogs? No No. No hot all McRae's ingredients. No hotdog beers yet though. Yet. Turns out and meets meets effect thing Rival. Aren't super into it, so there's a Vegan. It is not known. So you're saying. We're not gonNA. Do it, but we are. Me Me. Good meat and beer. Good me in beer is. No Islam glass in this sphere, but there is hot dos. They clarify with. There's actually A. Collaboration with sheets I think it is the. Hot Dog water rich to mania homebrew in years ago, seemed like an awesome idea It doesn't necessarily turn out to be an awesome beer, but see that's I'm willing to try any of the crazy stuff. We'll see how it works out. We will yeah, so guys. We're about out of time. If people want to keep up with what's happening with the bomb nation, where should they go? Check US OUT ON INSTAGRAM? We post on that pretty much. As soon as we have a release anything new. That's coming on also our website, abomination, brewing, company DOT COM and facebook. That'll do it. 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