35 Burst results for "Cecil"

Larry Taunton Talks About The Real 'Toxic Masculinity'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | 3 weeks ago

Larry Taunton Talks About The Real 'Toxic Masculinity'

"Talking about really toxic masculinity folks. And we were talking about Muhammad and the warrior culture and the culture of men deflowering innumerable virgins. And talk about this so people understand when we're talking about this really sick criminal phenomenon that's been happening in Great Britain, what it is we mean. What are we talking about specifically? Well, it's throughout Europe. The larger point that I'm trying to make here as it relates to my article, America's man problem, where have all the good men gone is simply this, that what is real toxic masculinity, which we find in the transgender movement. And the gay community. And then on the other side, in the truly toxic masculinity of those elements of the Islamic culture that see women as nothing but objects to be used and disposed of, the left says nothing. In fact, they empower both of those versions of toxic masculinity. Those are protected species. Meanwhile, if I go on a hunting trip and I were to post a few pictures from my hunting trip of my buddies, enjoying their time, you're going to immediately be denounced as some kind of danger to society. I mean, who could forget Cecil the lion? The guy who went on his hunting trip, the North Dakota dentist who went on a trip to Africa, shot so called Cecil the lion, and he was, I mean, people wanted him dead.

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Dean Cain of Superman Fame Talks About New Film 'No Vacancy'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | 4 months ago

Dean Cain of Superman Fame Talks About New Film 'No Vacancy'

"Dean Cain is here on the program. Dean Cain, the actor, welcome to the program. Becky Eric happened to be here. Very happy to be here. Well, and you really are the dean Cain that were, you know, that played Superman. I'm not making that one up. No, you are not making that. You're not another dean Cain. No. You're the guy. That's right. People know you. I mean, I know you principally from that series, which is already a while ago. You did the Ripley's believe it or not, series. I mean, you've done all kinds of stuff. So you're sort of a ubiquitous figure in American culture. But I want to talk to you about a movie that we've been talking about it on this program because this is Salem radio, but it's at Salem now dot com. And some of my audience already knows about it. But let me ask you since you're starring in the film. What is called no vacancy? What is the story of the film? Well, the story of the film essentially, it's the story of Cecil Johnson. And TC stallings plays the character. And it's a guy who basically has given up. He's done. He has finished with life. He has a mom who loves him and wishes he would clean up, but just he can't, he can't sort of get away from his demons, which are drug drug and alcohol addiction and he basically even tries to kill himself. Early in the film and fails of that. He's like, I can't even kill myself, you know? So what can I do? And then through a series of events, he ends up at a place where he receives help, a hand up. Not just a handout, but a hand up. And that place happens to be a place that where I'm the pastor. And it's a place where they house or rehabilitate. And take care of the homeless.

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"cecil" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

05:27 min | 4 months ago

"cecil" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"Talking to each other, you know, about I have three sisters and a couple of brothers at home and they're doing this or that. But here you can do to talk to somebody about what you left behind. And of course some of the guys were in there, they didn't have any brothers or sisters. But they were interested in hearing their story anyway. Did your family know what had happened to you? Not for a long time. I was captured in November and the army got a notice about the middle of February that a prisoner by the name of Cecil phipps was on their records. And of course they looked through their records, the army did and notified my parents. That I did write a few letters home.

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"cecil" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

05:34 min | 4 months ago

"cecil" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"Then early the next morning, we hadn't had breakfast yet even. And hordes of Chinese soldiers came up to hill and tried to us. They were carrying weapons shooting at us, we shot back, of course. But there were so many of them they just walked right over us. Is that when you were taken captive? No. When the trainees went through, there were there were 7 GIs in that particular area that were still alive. And we got together and talked it over and decided we were going to walk south and try to find our line again. So we did for 7 days, actually 7 nights. We did not walk during the day. We walked at night and of course that was slower going in a daytime, but the last night that we were, we come across a road, and we'd been walking up and down hills for so long, and very little to eat. That we were very tired and stupid and we decided we'd walk on the road where it's easy walk. So we walked down the roadways, came into a Korean village, all the roads go through Korean villages. And so we walked on to the village. Almost out the other end before we run into a group of Chinese soldiers. And they started firing their guns in the air and of course that scares hill out of you. You don't know if they're going to shoot you next or whatever. Anyway, they had us completely surrounded. And they had somebody that could speak English and he told us surrender or die. And Joe, we may hate a quick conference. We say, well, maybe we better surrender, we might live longer. So that's what we did. Mister phipps, we're going to pause the conversation right there when we come back. We'll be right back into your story as a prisoner of war of the Chinese during the Korean War. Our guest is Cecil phipps. I'm Greg Columbus, and this is veterans chronicles.

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"cecil" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

03:33 min | 4 months ago

"cecil" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"Welcome to veterans chronicles. I'm Greg corumba. Our guest in this edition is Cecil phipps. He's a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean War, where he was also held for 33 months by the Chinese as a prisoner of war, and Cecil, thank you very much for your time today. You're welcome. Where were you born and raised, sir? Port Dodge Iowa and was there a history of military service in your family? Yes, I had three brothers and two sisters that were in the military. When did they serve? Second World War. Okay. Why did you enlist? And why did you choose the army? Well, I was at loose ends. I was out of high school. I didn't really have anything to particular I wanted to do. I didn't have any particular trade that I could work at, so I was just doing odd jobs around town. So I'd talk to a friend of mine one day and I said, let's join the army. Actually, we were headed for the marines, but I had been in jail for 30 days for vandalism and raising cane around town. So they wouldn't take me. But the army consented to sign me up, so we both joined the army and went off to basic training. Now is that fort Riley Kansas? Yes. What was that like? It was hot. In fort Wright, even in February, when we joined the army, it was hot in fort Wright. And firstly, we went down on a train, they put us on a train to fort Riley from Des Moines and we got there in the middle of the night, they let us off at the train depot and we slept there on the benches until morning and somebody come picked us up. So it wasn't a very good welcome. What did they train you to do? I was in the infantry. And it wasn't too long after that that you were sent overseas first to Okinawa, correct? Yes. I requested overseas assignment when I joined the army because I had never been out of Iowa and didn't know what the rest of the world looked like and I wanted to see it. Had the war started when you told them that? Oh no. That was later. What did you think about that? Request once the war started. I was wondering who I made it. So what was Okinawa like? We had just been at war with Japan a few years earlier. What did it look like then? Like, any other Japanese town, I guess. They had a lot of merchants in town selling everything from soup to nuts to the GIs. Then I looked around. For a boy scout knife. Because it has so many combination tools on it. They didn't have any. So I went downtown and the island heard it must have had 400 of them sitting around on the shelves to sell. They had a pretty good inventory in those shafts. Yeah. Yeah, they had a pretty good inventory about anything you wanted to buy. So you arrived in Korea on August 1st, 1950. I'm told that you arrived on a Japanese fishing boat. Yes. How did that happen?

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The Broncos Need Williams and Jeudy to Be Young Stars

Schlereth and Evans

01:17 min | 7 months ago

The Broncos Need Williams and Jeudy to Be Young Stars

"Cecil lammy wrote in his mile high Monday piece, the Broncos need javonte Williams and Jerry Judy to be stars stink. Stars. Yeah, well, I think the javonte Williams is. I mean, nobody broke more tackles than he did last year. The guy is efficient in the passing game, blitz pick up, can catch the ball to the backfield and we know what kind of runner he is. So I think that guy has already put the league on notice as far as stardom is concerned. Jerry Judy is a bigger question mark. Yep. Just a bigger. You got to be productive. And you got to stay healthy, which is a skill. You gotta produce even when you don't feel great and production has been in issue. So I mean, you can be, you can tweet out that I just guess I got my sprints in today and all that garbage, but bottom line you have to be productive. And obviously with a quarterback situation that we have now compared to what we've had with Jerry Judy, there are no more excuses. You can't, if Jerry Judy is in productive now, you can't say, well, I mean, look at the quarterback situation. Look at the coordinator situation. Look at what was going on. Now is the time and this is the kind of rubber meets the road place for Jerry Judy and his

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Broncos 2022 Training Camp Preview: Offensive Tackles

Schlereth and Evans

01:42 min | 7 months ago

Broncos 2022 Training Camp Preview: Offensive Tackles

"Cecil lammy previewing the different position groups for the Broncos as we get set for training camp, taking a look at the offensive tackles. How do you feel about Garrett Bowles? You think Garrett pulls is completely turn the corner, he's good, he's solid, he's realized the error of his ways, and he's gonna be super reliable moving forward. So you should always be learning as an NFL player. You should always be adding tools to your tool belt. Every off season you should be working on your weaknesses and we all as players have or had weaknesses that you need to work on. He has them, and he knows that. But I think that he's got the foundation to be a cornerstone of this offensive line for years to come. Did he maybe take that step back last year compared to the COVID year? Sure. Was that possibly a product of the fact that the COVID year there were no fans in the stands? You don't have to worry about defensive ends. Jump in the snap count, you don't have to worry about crowd noise. It was an easy year for offense comparatively speaking. The offensive numbers in 2020 were up all across the board. Quarterbacks, completion percentage. To a man across the NFL, up two to 3% over their career average. So that was an anomalous year for sure. But you don't just slip and fall and end up being good at football in the NFL. This guy has the tools. He has the skill and the talent. He's just got to keep coming to work. The question is, is he going to be able to excel in this new system? Because he's learning a new system. And Mike munchak, who was his, you know, his whisperer is gone. So how is he going to work with a new coach, a new system, a new quarterback who has different tendencies? He's Russell wasn't going to be running around

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"cecil" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

02:44 min | 10 months ago

"cecil" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Great. How are you? It was crazy. I want to say thanks. We are literally like how I like to think. I was celebrating my 600th broadcast. I was about to. Yeah. And then all of a sudden I hear, hey, cog, this is celebrating 600. Like three days before me. Thanks for stealing all my thunder. Thanks for stealing all of the billion. I think celebratory mood. I think so. I think Seth, you have been doing this longer than us. But for a time, maybe a year and a half, Tom and I were releasing two episodes. We were weak. And so for like a year and a half, there's like 26 extra episodes. So we quietly stuck, snuck ahead of you, but we started in April of 2011. So we're not hard to believe. You look back at a decade plus of content and you think, yeah. How did we get here? How does this happen? Especially because every week I show up and I'm like, I got nothing to say today. I don't believe that at all. 600 have so much time to say. You have so much to say. You wrote a book. And in true Tom and Cecil style, you managed to get some profanity in the actual title. And I laud you for that. The grand unified theory of bullshit. Okay, let's talk about that. Okay, but first, we have to disclaim that bullshit is the colloquial. We found this out last week. We discovered from Aaron rabinowitz from the embrace the void podcast that there is evidently an academic definition for bullshit. We had no idea. We had no idea. It seems like bullshit. Yeah, we didn't realize. I'm not tracking. There is an academic definition for bullshit that is different than how you and I would define it and the you and I are when you say bullshit, we're using the colloquial everyday version, but there is an academic and debated definitional term of bullshit, which scholars with nothing better to do. Wrestle with from time to time, I'm to understand. I remember exactly what the definition of. I don't remember either describe it to us, and I was like, no, that's not us. Admittedly, I'm not smart enough to know. So like, I don't necessarily know how or what he was talking about, but he did say that there were people who were debating this fact in the philosophical realm. And we both had to quickly admit that when we wrote the book that had never occurred to us because he literally just told us it 30 seconds ago. Sounds like.

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"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"His target, he could have written his second anywhere he wanted to go. He was that talented. But he wanted to stay. And he very much enjoyed being the columnist of that newspaper. And the sports editor of that newspaper. And meant a lot to him. And so he knew how to healthy was. And because of that, he guarded some very important relationships from very important people, and he was able to walk that line as well. Without really angering anyone will also be an informative and Nick Saban's nickname has the same radio guest every year for the first team of the season Paul. And it's been there since we started in that cecl heart. And I think that says a lot about the respect that coach Saban has proceeded. And I remember one time as we close your Aaron and again, thank you for being your debt for coming on to talk about cecl so quickly was he had an opportunity and I don't remember if you were at the news or not to make a lot of money to go into one of these startups and I remember we had several conversations about we may have, I think we did meet for lunch. I was still in Birmingham. And I argued against it and I wondered about that advice one time, because he would have been very wealthy for a sports rider. But I felt like I said, when you do that, when you do, when you end up doing that, are the people in rose administration and over at the athletic department, going to really care as much and about what you say. And I hope that it affected them because you understand that part of the business you've been in a different mediums. But ultimately, he stayed and I really so admired him for doing that, because I can say it, he's been the reason that people have read that newspaper for as long as I can remember. I don't mean to be disrespectful to anyone else there, but he was in your nose and you picked it up or went to it online. You're absolutely not being disrespectful. I think we still hurt was the tough school news. And it's why people like me, a PR got to ride his coattails where people gave a flip about what I think about that one in the football. And Cecil built that. And so it's not lost on me. My tiny career that the one that I have is very heavily built on the work that Cecil hurt did. And he was very loyal. He was very loyal and again I just you can tell a lot about a man, but the way he comports himself with people that he has nothing to gain from and cecl always treated people well. And no matter if it was me and I was a student or a first or second year rider or if it was you Paul, he treated us all well in all the same and it made a really big impression on a lot of people in a lot of sports writers and a lot of those people who care about Alabama athletics in the state. Aaron, thank you so much for joining us. So we're in your debt all the very best and we'll see you soon. Aaron settles joining us from the athletic again to recap the news at the top of the hour that Cecil hurt has passed away. He was 60 two years old. You were listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. And we welcome you back. Here for the final 35 minutes or so, let's get back to the calls and auggie is in New Orleans, a hello augie. Hey, Paul, I just want to pass along my condolences to his family and to you because I know he was a good friend of yours. And I think not just Alabama, but the SEC and college football lawsuit institutions. So just wanted to pass along my thoughts and prayers. Thanks Paul. Thank you, augie. I really appreciate that very, very much. Joseph is up next in tupelo. Go right ahead, Joseph. First of all, giving me a thank you for taking my call. And I just saw this and that's very sad news. I don't really have a lot of columns and for some rebel, but here is a great rider. And one of my workers ran smacks during two, and he talked to me about him all the time. His huge album and $8 talk about. Mister stuff, I mean, all the time. And I just saw this and it just floors, man. I feel so bad for everybody that read his work, and it's hard to find a journalist and I would also tell him imagine this, but says you could see he wrote and that's something that is hard to come by. Every time we have a conversation about something like this, it seems like we're talking about something that no longer exists, but it does. And what he did at one time drove the conversation completely in that community and in that state, the media has changed, obviously, but he still was a tremendously important and influential voice. And he was someone that we treasured here and loved and you know that. And it was never before. To me, that was we had to get his opinion on whatever happened because she was from too close to red bay. And in between there, and then fold in to borrowing him without knowing who she saw mister Cecil hart was and what he said and what he meant. And should everybody and pick up the paper every morning and read something about. One thing that we're going to miss and a lot of people should realize that, you know, there's something it's just a hard thing. But there's not hardly any like him pay more. You're right. That's a cliche that I've always avoided because thank you so much, because it's almost prosaic to say that someone passes away that they'll never be another one like him. However, in this case, it's true. And I always feel like I'm a journalism professor when I say things like this. But when he began his career and really until fairly recently, there were what he did and what he continued to do was so important. There weren't programs that you could watch and get information like that. There weren't websites. There weren't newsletters. There weren't Twitter handles. There was a newspaper columnist. And every town had one and they carried such weight and had such respect. And sadly, a lot of that has gone away. But one thing about Cecil, it never left him. He still, a lot of people knew him more recently from Twitter, or from his appearances elsewhere, but we're here. But he still carried the same gravitas. I will take a short break. Back with 30 more minutes. You were listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. And we continue here late on Tuesday afternoon. Let's talk to jeffre in Florida..

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Author Doug Giles Recounts a Harrowing Lion Hunting Experience

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:27 min | 1 year ago

Author Doug Giles Recounts a Harrowing Lion Hunting Experience

"Is always. Especially exciting when I have on Doug Giles, GI LES, he's a maniac, I consider that a compliment, a high compliment, my friend, Doug Giles, welcome. Eric how are you doing big dog? You are you're too much, and I say that in the good sense, meaning exactly the right amount. Behind you, I see a mounted Lion, which I believe you sent into glory with your own gun. Is that what happened? Yeah, I was fortunate to hunt this line back in 2015 right before doctor Palmer shot Cecil the lion and thank God, man, that I got it before the importation ban on lions from Africa. So this thing came to kill me. I know some of my enemies wish that it would have and we shot him nearly a point blank range with an old German double rifle in Eric. I'm telling you what that leaves memory burn. And when David said he killed a lion with his bare hands, I'm kind of thinking, you know what? I might call stair core Tori as the Latin would say, or as the Greeks, you know, hailing from your heritage. They might call that scuba lawn because I can't imagine trying to kill one of these big dog with bare hands. You have to have some kooky anointing of the Holy Spirit. I always assumed when David said that, that he was talking about with a sling. I just assumed that. It doesn't matter. Lions are scary and the line behind you. Now, when you say came to kill you, I mean, you were hunting lions. Is that correct? I mean, you weren't just like sleeping and stepping back in your own business and it came to kill you. And it was self defense, but close enough. Yeah, no, we were stalking him. We found a kudu that he had killed about three 30 in the morning. And you wanted to revenge because a friend of yours knew that kudu has a child? Exactly. His name was Bert, I think. And so we had to take revenge on him, but anyway, we found him about after tracking four or 5 miles, and he was tired of our stuff. And so he decided to see what these skinny white boys from America had to offer. And it was an incredible altercation. We got it on video. I'll never post it in public because Zuckerberg and Peter will have an absolute heart attack. But it's not for the faint of heart, brother. That's

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"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"What? Bebe Rexha help me out? You know, you can stream outside of the car, right? What? Wait, what do we even worry about? I gotta go record my show. Well, we tried. Everything you want to hear lives here on SiriusXM. No car required, listen on the app. What? We walking me back, listening to Nick Saban talk about the importance of the Alabama Tennessee game. Our next guest has heard him say that now I think 15 consecutive years and I don't know why it just seems a little more forced every time considering the way that rivalry has gone. Cecil hurt joining us Cecil. There was a time when this was one of the biggest weeks of the year. I don't want to take away from Saturday's game. I know it's a big deal, but where has this rivalry gone? Hello. Well, hi Paul, how are you? Non one thing. Obviously, out out of one so many in a row. And you don't have the coaching rivalries. Did you have obviously. Former against stalling and Tennessee just seems to turn over every couple of years. So I think that's taking a lot of away from it. I'm not talking to anything away from Josh hypo but you just don't have that long-term rivalry anymore. Some of our obviously was a huge rival for whatever various reasons. Some good reasons Alabama fans and it is not like that anymore. It's Nick against the coach of the week. So accurate and so fitting a say so this rivalry got so bad that I don't want to interview myself here, but I mean, as you well know, we had you on countless times a week and I mean, there was a time when this was all people talked about because Alabama fans hated Tennessee so much had nothing to do with the field and everything to do with Philip fulmer. It did and such complicated story between young and Roy Adams and Philip are obviously. Reached a point where you wondered if Roy Kramer was going to let him keep playing. Those are awesome. It was. And I think finally getting a win against Homer is a little of that. Then when Nick comes in, he's got none of that bag. Nick that is very involved in any of that. Button part of any of that. And it's almost a hard story to explain to people now because the NCAA is so different the investigative process is different now. It's going to be fascinating to see what Jeremy Peru does if he indeed takes Tennessee to court, but it's not, again, it's not something that nix involved in or Alabama's involved in. And so it's just football and it used to be. It really was talked about 365 days a year. Both that aspect of it. You have people who remember Payton leading the band that leads you'll feel you have people who remember to see finally beaten coach Bryan and in a very different way. Not comparable to the Saturday night, but you were there. You saw how quick was go post came down. Oh yeah. And just been so long since there's been a moment like that in the theory. Speaking of moments like that, we did see one, week and a half ago in College Station and. People always look at moments like that and try to figure out what they mean, it seems like I'm not living there, but you are. It seems like it's calmed down after a pretty good performance against mister B state. So what is the state of the Alabama program right now? It's kind of one at a time. I think there's. Been a little chaotic at the obviously LSU more so. Arkansas seems to be very evolved into yet another one of those years where a lot of weariness about Alabama and auburn. And then George has just been so good that if Alabama goes ahead and wins the west. They got to win that game to make playoff. And so it's a wariness, but sort of a one game at a time situation to try and first of all, a lot of Georgia watching and second of all to keep getting better where they can perform in a game like that. And be successful. So it was interesting being in Athens last weekend. And I heard this from a lot of people close to that program. And they were the Nick Saban Kirby smart conversation never really ends and it will heat up again. But there was almost a conversation that Kirby smart has taken what he did at Alabama from at least a defensive standpoint and moved it to George. I realized that's not exactly the way things work, but I think you know where I'm going here. And I'm really curious about what your thought is on what he is doing over there. Well, first of all, what tremendous players I have. And that is what Nick likes to do.

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"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"That's what that was built on. Big guys that you couldn't knock off the ball and you couldn't really run again and it's going to take that thing. You saw closely that I did a really elite quarterback performance to have a chance. Now there's some names down the road, both in the SEC and out that would be possible. But weather Bryce young is that name or not? It will be fascinating to see. Speaking of bright young, I was on a program earlier today and one of my colleagues suggested that he would still be the Heisman favorite. And we all know the Heisman isn't one or lost, but he's having a at least outside of where you are, maybe a very quiet year for somebody who is playing as well as he is. How would you assess him so far? He's playing really well. He just doesn't seem to have grabbed the nation's attention. Again, if they go to Atlanta, and win against George and hill suddenly be right there. I think that the country is looking for somebody different. You know, Alabama wanted were the wide receiver last year. They've won it three times under Nick. As I think the country is looking for something a little bit different that he may have a little factor fall of the he'll be back next year factor when voting come, but on the flip side, it's hard to think what he can do better and how he can perform better. So. It will be interesting to say, but we're a long way. Somebody in November and even into the December is going to step up and be that player and whether it's rise or genre Robinson or macro, there may be. Yeah, I think the Heisman obsession is way overdone, but it doesn't stop people on major shows from discussing it. And I just did. There's some interest in it, but he just said, for whatever reason doesn't seem to have sparked the public the way too it did. The way Mac did, of course, Mac had a teammate who won it, but that's through no fault of I don't know what else he could have done. Let me close by talking about Nick Saban and we mentioned the Kirby situation and I mean, you've seen him after that rare loss. This one at least seem different losing the Jimbo Fisher, but how would you characterize Nick Saban since that night in College Station? He doesn't like was I don't ever want people to misinterpret this he likes losing he feels like losing is good for you, but I think that sometimes he's got a. Lot of a better word of complacent team and he doesn't mind them being shaking around a little bit. Now he would have preferred that a and M this field goal and he gone down pick one, but it doesn't because so many people who say, oh, yeah. His post to game press conference after this game is going to be fire and brimstone and he's going to really be on them. Monday and so forth. And is that operate like that? He is much. That's more volatile after a close win than he is after a loss because he was like, now he has the now the team will get the message, and he doesn't have to preach like that. Cecil hurt always must listen conversation the longest. I always joke, what I see you and say, you're the longest running continuous guest on this program. And that only speaks, I think, I speak to your. Ability and I think unfortunately for me, it speaks to our longevity. Well, this will be Alabama Tennessee game 45 in a row. For me, which is far short of the beloved guest man in your record, but by the way, how many of you closer to Gus? I am to somebody who went to college three years ago. What was his number? Do you remember? Gus saw the 39 game. Oh man. And with baby feathers, Gus was a long proposed who don't know, this is a long time. Employee at Tennessee in a bit of character and told great stories and really was beloved in Knoxville and so I think that's pretty sure that guest pushed it close to 75. Wow. So you're 45 and I want you to keep I want to be talking to you in a couple of years as you hit 50. So that would be a landmark, but I don't mean you hitting 50, although we probably missed that one, but I mean 50 for the Tennessee Alabama game. Great to talk to you again. I really appreciate your time. Paul, glad to do it. Cecil hart. I mean, I have been talking to Cecil for so many years and there is no one. And I mean nobody who has more knowledge and perspective on the history of Alabama football in the current status than him. We will take a break and get your phone calls. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Meanwhile, at the home of SiriusXM, Kevin Hart learned you don't need a car to listen to SiriusXM. What? You don't need a car to enjoy SiriusXM..

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"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Importance of the Alabama Tennessee game. Our next guest has heard him say that now I think 15 consecutive years and I don't know why it just seems a little more forced every time considering the way that rivalry has gone. Cecil hurt joining us Cecil. There was a time when this was the one of the biggest weeks of the year. I don't want to take away from Saturday's game. I know it's a big deal, but where has this rivalry gone? Hello. Well, hi Paul, how are you? One thing, obviously, out of one, so many in a row. And you don't have the coaching rivalries. Did you have obviously. Former against stalling and Tennessee just seems to turn over every couple of years. So I think that's taking a lot of away from it. I'm not taking anything away from Josh hypo but you just don't have that long-term rivalry anymore. Some of our obviously was a huge rival for whatever various reasons. Some good reason for Alabama fans and it is not like that anymore. It's Nick against the coach of the week. So accurate and so fitting. A say so this rivalry got so bad that I mean, I don't want to interview myself here, but I mean, as you well know, we had you on callous times a week and I mean there was a time when this was all people talked about because Alabama fans hated Tennessee so much had nothing to do with the field in that everything to do with Philip fulmer. It did and such complicated story between Logan young and Roy Adams and Philip are obviously. Reached a point where you wondered if Roy Kramer was going to let him keep playing. Those are awesome. It was. And I think finally getting a win against fuller is a little of that. Then when Nick comes in, he's got none of that back. Nick doesn't carry one involved in any of that button part of any of that. And is almost a hard story to explain to people now because the NCAA is so different the investigative process is different now. It's going to be fascinating to see what Jeremy Peru does if indeed takes Tennessee to court, but it's not, again, it's not something that nix involved in or Alabama's involved in. And so it's just football and it used to be. It really was talked about 365 days a year. Both that aspect, of it. You have people who remember Payton leading the band that leads your field, you have people who remember to see finally beaten coach Bryant and in a very different way. Not comparable to Saturday night, but you were there. You saw how quick would go post came down. Oh yeah. And just there's just been so long since there's been a moment like that in the series. Speaking of moments like that, we did see one week and a half ago in College Station and. People always look at moments like that and try to figure out what they mean. It seems like I'm not living there, but you are. It seems like it's calmed down after a pretty good performance against mister B states. So what is the state of the Alabama program right now? It's kind of one at a time. I think there's. Been a little chaotic at the obviously LSU more so Arkansas seems to be very evolved into yet another one of those years where a lot of wearing it's about Alabama and auburn. And then George has just been so good that if Alabama goes ahead and wins the west. They've got to win that game to make playoff. And so it's a wariness, but sort of a one game at a time situation to try and first of all, a lot of Georgia watching and second of all to keep getting better where they can perform in a game like that. And be successful. So it was interesting being in Athens last weekend. And I heard this from a lot of people close to that program and they were the Nick Saban Kirby smart conversation never really ends, and it will heat up again. But there was almost a conversation that Kirby smart has taken what he did at Alabama from at least a defensive standpoint and moved it to George. I realized that's not exactly the way things work. But I think you know where I'm going here. And I'm really curious what your thought is on what he is doing over there. Well, first of all, what tremendous players I have and that is what Nick likes to do and like to have with this great defensive 2020 1120 12 type defense. Not just sparked this controversy, but please do. Game manager quarterback. Really good running back. It is very similar. It really is. But they're just so strong upfront. And really, every position on defense, but particularly up front, they just had basin about it yet. They can hang with them at the line of scrim. And that's what if you think back to the LSU games that Alabama LSU.

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"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Hell yeah, man. I'm starting to do that almost once. I am not, I have nothing to be ashamed of, I mean, I'm a hey. That's right, brother. You get out there all about entertaining like you do. And I bet you got that old washboard. I think you know, you would be shocked at what I look like without a shirt. And the audience would be sure too. And that's why I'm not doing it. Come on, man. Come on. This one time for the audience. And all you plan, we want to you know, Larry, I'm just afraid if I did that, I'd have so many offers for Hollywood that I'd never be able to talk to you again. Because you are, you got out by jealous, you know? I mean, you got everything. You got all the Friends in the world. Everybody just loves you. You know, I mean, the one guy said he was going to scan your ass. He loved you. Yeah, look, that didn't make me a little bit good. That made me uncomfortable, okay? No, you were talking about the skin and you like a beer. Yeah. I lived in Alabama 30 some odd I know what that means. And I didn't think that was really a compliment that the guy wanted to skin me alive or dead. I wanted to. Well, how much you weigh, how are you? I need low for our skin. Well, first of all, it's not even, it's not even dear season yet, is it? Yeah, but I don't think he cares about their faces. I guess maybe if he were to skin me, I probably wouldn't care whether the warden took away his dear license. Probably not. Anyway, let's head to break. We want to talk to Cecil hurt coming up here in a minute. The sports editor and longtime columnist at the tusk of listeners can't.

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"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The pride passion that pageantry of college football lives here. This is the Paul Fein bomb show our four podcast. And we have made it to the final hour on a Wednesday reminder Friday live in Oxford at the grove in lane kiffin will join us early in our show. Let's continue with more of your phone call Cecil hurdle will join us in a few minutes. Kirk is up next to hello Kirk. Hey, Paul. How you doing? Quite well. Thank you. Good. The interview with Brandon Marcelo was really great and his comment about fixing officiating, wow, that was really something that should be great to the forefront and really championed it has to be done. It's funny, I was on a business call earlier today. I'm an Alabama alum and I was talking to a Georgia alum. Maybe even brought up a game a few years ago. He's like, yeah, and that call there and he was remembering horrible calls and stuff. It just hurts the game. It's terrible, but are the network cameras that you guys bring to the games? Is that the main ones they use for replay? I believe so. I've been in the command center, so I should know the answer to this. But yeah, they use every they have every angle. That the television networks, broadcast, whether it's CBS or ESPN, and they have the ability to look at all those shots to do whatever they want with them and they're obviously in communication with the head official on the field as well. Well, it does seem like what he said they should all be full-time pros. It's almost like every official on the field should have a guy up in the box in his ear saying yes. Okay, I'll see why you see the flag, but I'm looking at it right now. Yeah, but whatever, you know, just Kirk's a problem is that in the NFL, they are full-time officials. But the season is longer. And. I know a lot of you may know some officials. I mean, they have professions and this is a, I mean, I don't think any of them do it for the money. I think they do it because they genuinely enjoy where they are and being a part of it. I mean, officials take them. So they take their jobs very seriously. It doesn't mean they're right. I'm just saying, but it's a part time gig. Great point. And with that being said, keep it that way, but let's just improve the technology for them. I mean, I don't know what goes on in tennis and some other sports and all, but there's got to be a way. But let me, I mean, I have a friend who's a Red Sox fan. So I heard him going on ad nauseum this morning about the strike the last night that wasn't called that could have completely changed the game. So Major League Baseball has more money than any not that anyone, not the NFL, but they get it wrong wherever they are. And replays help. They help considerably and considering how much better it is. It's never going to be perfect. And I know that sounds like a pretty worthless comment. But that's what I'm saying. Tom is in Fort Myers and you're on the air Tom. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you. I got one question for you. Tell me another college coach that has a starting quarterback that has 85% of this passes that are thrown behind the receivers besides Dan Mullen. I don't think I can help you with a better answer. You've nailed it. Well, is it going to get any better? Is he going to get worse? It made me get new coach. Well, listen, I think it's early to be asking, I mean, I think Dan Mullen is a good coach, but he's got a problem. He's got a real issue down there. And I don't know what he is going to do next week, but I know if he doesn't start Anthony Richardson, he's going to upset a lot of people. Anything that gave me a quarterback can throw the ball to the receivers and give him a chance to catch it instead of making them targets. Yeah, I mean, coaches coaches face certain situations. I think this is a really going to be a crucible for him because fans I talked to some people in Gainesville today, I talked to buddy Martin last night and there's definitely a turnout on him right now. And that's a dangerous thing to happen as you're heading toward the biggest game of the year. Thank you for the call. Do appreciate it very, very much. Let's check in with Larry, who is up next. Larry, are you there? Yes. I'm sure that is here. Well, you are on the air. All right. I'm not your wife. 'cause I don't care. I check it out. Jam, you tell us closer. I said, last but not me. Tell me not. There are no heart attacks. So I thought it was mostly just jealously. But they used more jealous, but he's okay. I'm playing something show the last line. But we found that picture you getting to face your money when I showed us that was kind of funny. Yeah, I do turn sideways, brothers. I know. I was talking about Bruce pearl who did you think I would look okay without a shirt on? I can do it. I can do it right now if you want. I'll just take my jacket off and.

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AJ Discusses Some of His Top Movie Closing Lines

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:31 min | 1 year ago

AJ Discusses Some of His Top Movie Closing Lines

"That line got me thinking about some of the best lines that closed out movies. There's so many of them. But I just thought I'd have some fun and throw in some down. And I think we can all agree Humphrey Bogart saying, Lewis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship. I think we can agree that's one of them for sure. One of my personal favorites is a very eerie, scary, sad one, Gloria Swanson, playing the ex silent film star Norma Desmond, and boy, it's such a great view of some old time Hollywood actresses and what they feel about their lives and careers and their beauty. One of the greatest films ever made, but she starts to walk close to the camera and she's talking to the great director Cecil B. DeMille who she apparently worked with when she was in her youth, but she wasn't working anymore. And she's walking toward the camera and she's saying, this is my life. It always will be. There's nothing else just us and the cameras and those wonderful people out there in the dark. All right, mister DeMille, I'm ready for my close up. And by the time she delivers that last line, she's in your face. You see that in a movie theater and that image doesn't leave for a long time. And then we take the 1995, the movie 7. Morgan Freeman, he's got some great lines and Morgan Freeman got some lines. And that movie was intense, and Morgan Freeman is basically summarizing the previous two hours of grief and grimness of David Fincher's movie when he says Ernest Hemingway once wrote the world is a fine place and worth fighting for. I agree with the second part. Oof. What magic with words? I mean, why even invoke the Ernest Hemingway part if all you really want to say is. You know, the world's worth of fighting for it. It's just a very strange way to go about something, but I find it fascinating. And of course, you can't count out it's cheesy, you know, but how can you count out Hannibal lecter? I do wish we could chat longer, but I'm having an old friend for dinner. Silence of the Lambs

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"cecil" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"cecil" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"It's creepy in your in your waiting on someone to enter the elevator but that never happens in with the internet sleuthing. You couldn't really make out the time code very well and so all the people online are like well. Why can't you make up the time code and the time stamps like what would degrade that not the rest of it and they they think the right and then they think they decoded it and there's almost full minute- missing in the hotel. Cecil edited out apportion clearly in before they sent it to the cops and And they interviewed the woman in that. You're talking about the manager. And she was like of course. We didn't edit anything out like we were horrified by this disappearance. It just cinema everything. We add right plus. I'm sure also that most of the employees that stay on may know exactly how to edit video out before handing things over to the cops. Anyway it is. La it's true. That is a good point. Actually but i don't buy it. i think it was. it is what it was which was A person in an elevator who had some Was having some mental issues in. You know we'll get to that in the second And i think you know it's sort of like a the easiest explanation of the video at least to me seems to be the most accurate all right That's what i buy. That's how i by to Those so that video was released on february thirteenth. And now all of a sudden the public is taking notice She becomes an internet. Me like almost overnight Worth people like watching an analyzing that video like you were saying and yet they still can't find no one has any idea where she is. It's been two weeks now since she went missing this videos out there. The whole entire internet is on the case now and It wasn't until a couple of days. I think two days after The video came out..

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"cecil" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"cecil" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"I think was my problem. Okay was that the deal by the way side. Note speaking of weird Late night foods We had a guy on our front door camera the other day. Come in the middle of the night and leave package and we were like. What is this. We went out the next day. And it was a bagful of crystals. Wow it was creepy. A delivery like adored door solid crystals. I thought you meant like amethyst. Or no no i mean tiny square slide. He had the offense i think. So either that or your daughter is has mastered the telephone by now. It was really weird and of course. The first thing i did was feel terrible. That someone's late night munchies. Didn't get satisfied. Did you eat them. The next morning just says no no. No you don't like souls or was it because it was sitting there overnight. Both i never was into crystal for some reason man. I like crystals thing i just was. I don't know why. I think i was just a waffle house guy i i don't. I'm fine with waffle house to the big problem with crystal's chuckled. Tell you is their fries are probably the worst fries of any facet. Locate their the muslim bland. Somehow if you just bit into a raw potato it would be less bland tasteless than if you a Fry yeah and if you're from the other places in the country might White castle sort of an analog to crystal. Yeah anyway this is not an episode of the boys. This is stuff you should know. And back to at least a lamb She was supposed to be there for about. I think four days and check out on february first and did not get in touch with their parents like she had been doing each day She had been seen shopping for books at nearby bookstore and then bought some books and this is one of the things in the documentary. Like you know. They didn't really have any footage of her with any other people inside the hotel before her disappearance well. She was also reported to be constantly by herself to by people. Who saw her. Yeah i mean she was traveling alone so that makes sense but She she did get handed out there. Were two gentlemen that handed off a kind of a largest largish box to her. Oh yeah on camera in front of the hotel. And of course the internet's looser. Like who are these guys. What was in the box and apparently in the box where these books that she got because she had spoken with the book read seller about like the size of them and boy. I don't even if i can carry these. And i think had them delivered to the hotel or whatever so kind of nothing to see here and another example of how annoying this case can be with people online. Speculating like wrong stuff. Yeah yeah can be a little annoying for sure. But yes so she was. She was alone. Travelling alone i think she started out in san diego or at least her last stop had been san diego. Her next stop was going to be santa cruz and yeah her parents have been like okay..

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"cecil" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"cecil" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"So that. I mean at this point like the reputation for the hotel. It's not the kind of thing that is going to appear on line. You know fifteen years ago when young people like lisa lamb are searching for an inexpensive place to stay In sadly that's exactly. What happened was an canadian traveller She was twenty twenty. One years old was on her way. Kind of up the west coast traveling by herself Her parents were a little unnerved by her traveling by herself so she was asked to check in every day which he was doing And at the time it was a you know they had dorm style. Rooms kind of youth hostel style rooms where he'd bunk beds and a shared bathroom and you could stay there. It was a travelers hotel. And if you You know. I hate to say it but if you if you didn't know much about la you may end up at the hotel cecil because you could stay there for like seventy five bucks a night or something like that. Yeah from what. I could tell stay on main. Did a really good job of making their you know using their website to their advantage and making it seem like this is a really hip happening smart and i mean the in some ways they were. They were kind of like just a little ahead of their time..

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"cecil" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"cecil" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Okay we're we're so were the so. Hotel starts to get a pretty pretty not a great reputation even around town. I i read a article on. Kcet dot org. Which i guess is a pbs station. In so cal. And they said that local residents started to refer to the The soul as the suicide that was the name of the hotel for people around there It just it just kind of like it just kept going like every time you know maybe a couple years pass without some high profile death in the hotel and then it would happen again and and it would just reaffirm. Everybody's ideas that the place just wasn't quite right. There is something wrong with it. Almost like it was a magnet for that kind of tragedy. You know yeah. I mean i think most major cities have had at least one of these hotels that just sort of is inexpensive. Maybe in the wrong part of town and has a reputation sometimes for lured activities and checking in and not checking out and this was l. as in la for sure had more than one sure. it did not help their reputation in the nineteen eighties when richard ramirez aka the night stalker and one of the more sensational serial killers in american history He stayed there for a while and live there and apparently brought to the body. Parts back to the sessile hotel at cecil like british seasonal hotel from some of his victims to ingest there And that's certainly like super creepy. Wait did you ingest. I hadn't come across that. He he that victims eyeballs. I think so. Wow we learned. He wasn't like I don't think he was dahmer level but he was known to eat somebody parts he has. There's a great documentary on his his case to super disturbing. Yeah that's on netflix. as well i think if i'm not mistaken but one thing. I hadn't realized before that i ran across. When i was researching some of his stuff was how he was caught is just absolutely triumphant..

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"cecil" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"cecil" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"To stuff. You should know a production of iheartradio. Hey and welcome to the five josh charleston. Each other brian you who wanted hotel and this is stuff. You should know Yeah can we do a couple of quick announcements. Yes sure without singing that announcement song. Do we have an announcement song ever not us. But it like summer camp okay. You never did that. No i'm not gonna sing it now. Then i kinda wanna hear it now. The no no no no visit like announcements announcements announcements time. It sort of almost. Yeah that's close enough Trigger warning for this one first announcement because there are some grisly stuff in here I guess that's all we need to say. And then also. We've been remiss in that we haven't mentioned the fact that there's this stuff you should know board game out. Yeah it's it's not grizzly at all. No it's it's very family friendly. In fact it's one of the highest honors. It's ever been bestowed upon us and stuff. You should know chuck because out of the blue out of nowhere about a year and a half ago. Maybe yeah trivial pursuit. The makers of trivial pursuit got in touch with us and said we want to do a stuff. You should know trivial pursuit game and they need. It wasn't a practical joke. The fine people at hasbro. Who i gotta say. I mean we've worked with a lot of outside companies for various projects in boy. Hasbro is about as tight in buttoned up in awesome as any company we've ever worked with right but also like super friendly superfund super ninety and not in like that creepy. Everybody's trying to be nice way like they're all just like a genuine pleasant group to work with but yes. They are super buttoned up as well. Very rare games like games. They all seem like they make games for a living which would mean that. You have a pretty cool job. In developing the game with them was fine and the questions are based on real. Stuffy should know episodes and it is not just trivial pursuit..

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"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Philip is up next. Hey philip go right ahead good action. I'm paul to family and We're sure we're gonna the legend Pao two things. I want to talk to you about one wars. Are you hearing anything. Alabama camp On how braxton is back and to i heard a lot of talk about takes them And i understand. They have a football program. But i'm i'm an alabama fan. I think i'm a little more concerned about only in line fifty We've got off the us What are you. Yeah on the on the alabama question. sissel hurt will join us in about ten minutes. I'm going to let him answer it since he's there every day and i'm i'm depending on him for the information i am is is a is a formidable game but i think this year depends on alabama. And probably you've heard that before but if alabama's offense is somewhere between good and and really good then i don't think anybody is going to get near them I i. I am concerned early on about the offense jailing because i keep being told that the defense is going to be superb. So it's easy to figure out what alabama needs to do this year to win. Thank you thank you We'll get to see so in a minute Let's continue with more phone. Calls and jerry is in texas. Hello jerry go right ahead paul. Thank you for taking my call. Caller wanna tell you kind of a fun story. I have on bobby bowden. Let me pass on my condolences to his family. live in denton texas north of dallas fort worth back in nineteen seventy six Bobby bowden brought his seminoles to north texas state university at the time which was coached by hayden fry and the people from the sunshine state of florida came to denton. And it's slated and snowden wasn't ugly track. We sit with about two thousand of us crazy fans and enjoyed a wonderful game in which florida state one twenty one to twenty but about halfway through the second half. My aunt which was a professor. And i were in the stadium and i asked rested. Tell me what you think about the head coach across from us. 'cause bobby was just hooping and hollering and just having such a tremendous time and she thought with her professional mining which she gathered her thoughts and said one or two things. Either he's going to be really good or he's going to be gone quickly. That's great emails him. Yeah what what what. What a. What a blessing college football has had to have such a character of his statue to embrace the greatness of college shortfall for all these years and then One other thing. If i could please add if you don't mind paul I am so thrilled. That the university of texas and the university of oklahoma both are going to be joining y'all's wonderful conference The flagship universities in the secondary universities. And y'all's conference or outstanding. They have been for years and it is truly Going to be an awesome group to hang out with Encouraged him to come to austin Bene- season ticket holder. Down in austin for twenty eight years Come on down and we will show you some texas hospitality. Jerry thank you. We cannot wait. I i wish it was tomorrow and hope. It's even next year after. Nobody wants to wait for this to happen. Doug is up next. In tallahassee hillary doug they all hated the first time caller. Thank you you know. I was just telling you answered the phone. You haven't missed the florida state home game in forty three years. My forty fourth is coming up. And i tell you i just don't want to see these big alignment than these conference and i'm sorry. Go ahead doug. You're you're you're you're good okay and i got my i got tv now anyway. But you know being in these big lineman the big conference sixteen twenty teams and getting these kids getting paid. Most you know. And i'm not sure like people like coach bowden. Our coach bryan will go along. What's going on today with kids being paid and all that stuff. 'cause you know i don't even watch the nfl and more because it's not really me true. Football college football college football and college baseball. Those are my two. I've been boosters for over twenty something years and i've been ain't mr like the home game and coming up forty four here though campbell and Going to the championships. The bowl game saint miss. Does them going out of town. The games i gotta feeling with all this other stuff coming in you get these kids. Who's going what's going to happen on there for one quarterback is making a million dollars for endorsements and you got the wide which they brown. They're gonna my anybody or the running back to. I just two point that. I don't want to lose college football and i hang up and listen doug thank you listen. I'm glad you called. Because you're you're you got a lot of company and that's a question that i don't think we can answer yet. But a lot of the longtime veterans of the game who have supported it like you are very very concerned about where we are. I'm gonna divert from some of the normal callers rivers. I keep looking down. And i think for three days. This guy's been on call. And now i i will just read what he said. Hey bama nick and you can you explain why you are harassing our our phone screener about getting on the air go ahead. You're on the air mall harass here. I look down here and it says i'm just going to read you exactly what it says here. We can't show this on the air. But it's as bama. Nick may hold on in capitol cap and its capitalized. Take my damn call everytime mccall. Here's what's on your mind you're you're signing years finally trying to get in there and talk to you and i was dying here too. I won't ask you this saying i. I know you've covered alabama the thirty years and our ask you. What is your nephew. You don't love it but alabama job. What were the ninety eight say. He was interviewed on new year's eve. Nineteen eighty six. You are correct ask you. You know. I saw everything about it but i won't boy. Did you cover that story. When he was working. You know in birmingham better. Believe i covered it that it was quite an interesting a I told you so. I called Turned out on thursday night. Bobby bowden's florida. State team was in the local birmingham bowl. I think it was called the hall of fame bowl at the time. Maybe the all american barking and breakfast the next morning at his hotel and i talked to him and he i said kind of jokingly about about maybe it was Trying to remember..

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The Cecil Hotel: Terror, Murder, and Death in the World's Scariest Hotel

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

02:09 min | 1 year ago

The Cecil Hotel: Terror, Murder, and Death in the World's Scariest Hotel

"The great depression changed the cels neighborhood. Dramatically downtown. la once a hot spot for tourists and nightlife became a hub for newly homeless. Thousands of people flocked downtown with nowhere to live and the area. Around the sel hotel became skid row. No longer a west coast. Gatsby esque destination. The hotel became known as a hang out for drug addicts runaways and as opposed on all that interesting dot com. Put it quote criminals far from its first days as the paul of the great depression settled over the country. The seasonal became home to a growing number of suicides and unfortunate deaths. The first successful suicide on record at the seoul was in nineteen thirty one forty six year. Old w k norton was found dead in his room after having taken poison pills he was found only a few hours after he died by the made. Police found more poison capsules in his pocket. Norton had checked into the hotel is james willis from chicago but police were able to correctly. Identify him from the numerous checks. He had with them. Made out to mrs m. c. norton in manhattan beach california just about a half an hour south of la in nineteen thirty to twenty five year. Old benjamin dotage was found in his hotel room having shot himself to death. Benjamin left no note two years after that. A former sergeant in the army medical corps fifty-three-year-old. Louis de bordon slashed his own throat in his room at the hotel. He cited ill health as the reason in his suicide note. Nine hundred thirty seven. Another military veteran jumped to his death from the top of the hotel landing on a skylight below. There is maddeningly little information about these people other than how they died. Apparently the appetite for true crime wasn't quite so hardy. A hundred years ago there were so many suicides at the c. soul that by the nineteen forties. The hotel had earned the nickname the suicide

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Clark Howard

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

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"Site. site. Noonan Noonan primary primary care care doctor doctor Cecil Cecil Bennett Bennett says says Unless patients are having allergic reactions, like rashes or shortness of breath, he can't understand halting vaccinations. This is where again the United States of America. We expect everything to be perfect, Bennett tells WSB, nausea, dizziness or aches and pains are normal. You could take Goody's headache powder and have side effects. There's no perfect medications. No perfect. Vaccine and a handful of individuals out of hundreds. It's not a good reason to close on the side, but those are manageable side effects, he says. The vaccine benefits outweigh the risks of temporary discomfort. Veronica Waters 95.5 WSB, Florida congressman Matt Gates, making his first public appearance since her health at House Ethics Committee began an investigation into

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Egyptian mummies pass through Cairo in 'Golden Parade'

The World

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Egyptian mummies pass through Cairo in 'Golden Parade'

"Over the weekend, 22 royal mummies were transported from their old home the Egypt Museum and reach their new home in Cairo at the Jess Open National Museum of Egyptian Civilization. Transfer mummies. They didn't just put them on a flatbed truck. No. Farrell's Golden Parade was a multi million dollar event on Saturday night, downtown Cairo seemed like a set for a Cecil B de Mille extravaganza. Special dramatic lighting performers in ancient Egyptian costumes, horse drawn chariots and, of course, that stars of the show 22 mummies. The 18 kings and four ancient queens were transported in nitrogen filled boxes fitted with shock

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Clinical trials underway to test jab efficacy for children in the UK

The Leader

02:28 min | 2 years ago

Clinical trials underway to test jab efficacy for children in the UK

"Some queued for hours outside wall substitute library for walk. In short of the coluna virus vaccine. Three thousand jobs were given here during the day earlier. This week it was announced that fifty seven percent of all adults in the uk been given at least one shot but now could the nation's children also joining the lines. Trials are apparently on the way. Our deputy political editor. Nicholas cecil has stored nicholas. How young are we talking about here. Well at the moment scientists and health experts in bristol. The building children's vaccine said they have a study underway involving children who are teenagers. And this is a study using the astra zeneca jab. They're expecting shortly to be given the go ahead to start recruiting younger children as young as five and the reason why they're doing these trials is that so far all. The clinical trials have been adults to check that the vaccine was safe and worked in adults. And now they're checking out with it. It'd be equally safe and effective for for for children for people under eighteen benegas. Do we need to give children a virus facts. Because i thought you know the whole point of them. Going back to school was because young people don't get the serious effects of covid nineteen if the contract. This is a very interesting ethical question children as you say if they do get grown virus they are very unlikely to get the disease severely. But there's a big issue here of nuts about the circulation of the virus so this study will look at whether the vaccine works in children and then the the experts expect decision by the government in the summer about whether to start vaccinating children and professor. Adam finn who's from bristol university one of the leading experts on this. He was explaining that to vaccinate children just for the benefit of other people that that could be questionable and he would feel uncomfortable about that but he explained that actually if vaccinating children meant that the disease was kept under control and that meant that schools could reopen safely in september then there would be a benefit to children and therefore actually giving the jabs to children we would be beneficial only to them but also society

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Bruins Star Brad Marchand Placed in COVID-19 Protocol

Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Bruins Star Brad Marchand Placed in COVID-19 Protocol

"Marchand was not on the ice yesterday for the Saturday game because he is now, you know, we let three off of the covid-19 is and now Brad Marchand Corelli and debrusk are still on covid-19 definitely means that they either have it or someone very close proximity in their household or something has it, you know what I mean? So that there but now Brad Marchand joins it we don't know positive false pause that he definitely was not there though. So that's a little Concerning but at the same time that seems to be isolated pockets again, it could just be contact tracing from each other like we you know, and there's a whole complicated code, you know, every state has helped things they have to do in Cecil,

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"cecil" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"cecil" Discussed on That’s Strange

"A satanist and and did the those sorts of rituals. I mean it is known that that people that practice that you know if they go into a A location that was previously blessed by a priest. Or however you want to know. Like i said however you want to call it that he then went in there and then woke that up and then after that you know some of the some of the other things that we're gonna talk about you know kind of congress which is an interesting theory and also he happened to be across the hall from. I believe a room where a gentleman had actually jumped out of the window and killed himself so literally right across the hall This this guy is is staying in this room. And he's doing doing his thing he actually went. It was basically was told. I don't think it was actually a proven that he would do rituals on the rooftop with which will become important in a minute So put a pin in that. Not to steal your your phrase chad stolen. It's fine store every yeah well good. I'm sorry that i stole it. But you know. I feel like it belongs to the podcast. So true does Anyway so years later so this was in one thousand nine hundred five that ramirez was was arrested. He was identified but years. Later in nineteen ninety-one Gentleman named jack unterweger. Checked in an entre weather is is an interesting character. He was seemingly an unassuming journalist from austria who was assigned a story to write about crime in l a he even went so far as to prearrange ride. Alongs with the lapd who introduced him to the crime in the area gave him a tour of the darkest parts of skid row in nineteen ninety-one and. I said earlier that this that the nineties were really bad by all accounts. The early nineties were one of the like probably the height of crime in this area of la so this is a really particular time that he happens to be there so you know he checks in he he goes there he even stayed well. It was originally reported that he stayed on the fourteenth floor. But that was actually proven. Wrong later He stayed on the seventh floor or something like that but now jack was in fact a journalist and he was a writer but he was also a prostitute killer. He had actually killed several prostitutes in austria and was only released by the way this is insane was only released by the austrian government after they read the things. He was writing in his jail cell and considered him to be rehabilitated. He killed people in the seventies and was jailed until nineteen ninety. Got out of this. I did remember hearing i. I remember hearing that he was let out of prison and where he was from and then he came here with. But but for that reasoning. That's insane it almost. It just doesn't even make sense. And then what follows from. This is is even worse so a newspaper there because he ended up being a playwright newspaper there in austria actually hired him and said hey go to la. We're gonna have you write about crime in l. a. because we want to cover that..

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Danish Police Arrest 13 on Suspicion of Planning Attack in Denmark or Germany

90.3 KAZU Programming

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Danish Police Arrest 13 on Suspicion of Planning Attack in Denmark or Germany

"Police have arrested 13 people in Denmark and one in Germany on suspicion of planning a terror attack and one of those two countries, Cecil over guard reports. Police say that during raids carried out over the last week, they found materials that could be used to make a bomb as well of guns and a flag of the Islamic state. Three of the suspects are brothers, according to German media. Denmark's intelligence service says an attack does not appear to have been imminent. But the country's justice minister says the case shows the terrorist threat against Denmark is still serious. Means have been particularly worried about attacks since 2005 when one of the country's newspapers published cartoons depicting Mohammed, sparking protests around the world. For NPR News. I'm sizzle Overgaard in

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Jane Fonda to Receive Golden Globes’ Cecil B. DeMille Award

Jason and Alexis

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Jane Fonda to Receive Golden Globes’ Cecil B. DeMille Award

"Is gonna be the recipient of the Cecil B de Mille Award next month at the Golden Globes. The award recognizes an actor outstanding contribution to the world of entertainment. It's gonna be on February 28 the Golden Globes this year, She's 83. Nobody looks better. Jade Vonda. She's been nominated for 15, Golden Globes and 17. Wow, and she won three of her golden Globes for best actress in a drama, so she definitely deserves it. Oh, she

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Jane Fonda to Receive Golden Globes’ Cecil B. DeMille Award

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Jane Fonda to Receive Golden Globes’ Cecil B. DeMille Award

"The Golden Globes will give it Cecil B. De Mille Award to two time Oscar winner Jane Fonda during the 78th annual awards ceremony. February 28th, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association making that announcement today the award honoring offscreen activism and onscreen performances. Now 83 year old Jane Fonda spent much of the 2019 here in the district peacefully demonstrating for action on climate change.

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Jane Fonda to receive Golden Globes' Cecil B. DeMille Award

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Jane Fonda to receive Golden Globes' Cecil B. DeMille Award

"The golden globes will present its highest honor to actor Jane Fonda marches are a letter with the latest Jane Fonda already knows she will take home a golden globe trophy at the February twenty eighth ceremony she will receive the Cecil B. de Mille award given to a person who has made an impact on entertainment the Hollywood foreign press association says it is recognizing Fonda for her undeniable talent and her unrelenting activism the golden globe nominations will come out February third

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Is it better to have more projects or a single focus?

Side Hustle School

03:55 min | 2 years ago

Is it better to have more projects or a single focus?

"Hi chris my name is laura and over the past year. I've been exploring a few different ideas and have made some progress. But i keep going back and forth about the goals of focus versus diversification. Am i going to be better off. Trying several things at once or identifying a single project that i can go all in with. I know you've talked about this subject before. But i still don't know what's the best for me if it helps. I do have a good amount of time. I can devote to this and i really want to succeed. I would love any advice. You can give me thanks. Thank you so much laura. I really want you to succeed as well. And i know that this question actually relates to so many people out there. Because it's a variation of what i hear all the time. What is best for me. How do i figure it out again. How do i manage the limited time. Focus that i have which is the same for all of us right. We all have limited time and focus by the way. Thank you for spending your limited time and focus in listening to this podcast. I don't take it for granted. And i always tried to deliver something helpful to you. So let's dive into this. The goal or let's say value of diversification versus the goal or value focus. I like those words that laura used you know. Diversification is all about okay. Don't put all your eggs in one basket right. You've probably heard that phrase focus is all about the principle of steady work. Overtime is better than having your attention. Divided in lots of different ways. Said he worked. Perhaps on one narrow focus over time could be better than trying to do a whole lot of things so in general. I don't think that you should start half a dozen projects. I think that model. That i mentioned that the lawyer who's doing eight to ten is pretty difficult to replicate like. It might work for some people but not for most of us. I also think it's wise to dabble in experiment a bit. And there's a big difference between those two things like if you hear dabble experiments like what's the difference between trying to start a dozen projects. Well research is also important. And so you. You have to ask yourself like. Are you starting from ground zero. Where you really have no idea what you'd like to do or do you have a general direction because if you're starting from ground zero than than it might make more sense to explore a lot of different things and give yourself a time period of three to six months to just kind of learn right and not expect that this first thing you started the second thing or whatever it is is going to be thing either way. I think a good model for a lot of us is to go with two ideas that are substantially different from one another and you can think of them as like one is your main idea and the other is your secondary slash fun idea. That your first idea shouldn't be fine but it's more like a side hustle to your side hustle right and over time you kind of see okay. Which one of. I getting more response from is that secondary slash fun thing really just a hobby is the first one taking off while i wanted to devote more attention to it or is it the other way around where you realize that. Actually your second idea might be better than you can discard one. Perhaps start something new or go all in with the idea. That's working overall. One of the reasons i use storytelling when teaching is because not everything works for everyone. So in the archives the vast archives of cecil school now we have worked on many stories where the person really digs in and commits to one thing for a long time and that focus leads to their success. But i would say just as often or at least in addition we've had lots of stories of people who've tried a couple of things at once. It was combination or diversification that led to their success. So i hope this is helpful but really it is up to you in the end. So here's one final question that might help narrow down. Does the idea of trying three or four projects at once. Let's say feel exciting or does it feel overwhelming right and that might give the ultimate answer as to what to do next

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Denmark to end oil, gas extraction in North Sea

NPR News Now

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Denmark to end oil, gas extraction in North Sea

"Denmark is to burnish its reputation as a leader in fighting climate change. Reporters said so far tells us. Denmark will end oil and gas extraction in the north sea by two thousand fifty. Denmark is the largest producer of offshore gas and oil in the european union keeping in mind that heavy hitters. Norway and britain are not part of the eu. But a third of denmark's electricity now comes from wind turbines and the country has made a point of pushing its sustainability credentials as an exporter of green products. And know how it's in that late. That broad political majority has voted to cancel the latest round of oil and gas licensing and vowed to end all offshore activity by twenty fifty when the country aims for climate neutrality. The loss won't be too dramatic while the industry has brought some eighty billion to the small country since the seventies in the last decade oil and gas prophets have taken a dive for npr news. I'm cecil over guard. In denmark

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Nevada Gov. Sisolak tests positive for COVID-19

News, Traffic and Weather

00:07 sec | 2 years ago

Nevada Gov. Sisolak tests positive for COVID-19

"And they get Nevada governor Steve Cecil AC, saying he's tested positive for covert 19, the fifth governor to report testing positive for the Corona

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