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"charley" Discussed on Doughboys
"Mitch this theme. Vr associate producer drop king. Robert persinger is drank history. We've got his throats about alcohol from various historical figures. So i will. I will give you a clue. I will read the quote and buzzing with your name to guess the historical figure our guest in shut his laptop so drank. History was just enough. We were saying. That's that's an embarrassing quiz name. But you're you're you're good with it. So i but but derek we. You told the story before. I want you to just kinda tell it again because it was good. Oh you told us a story over break. you're on you're in a wendy's commercial. Which i wanna thank you. Guess not to date myself. I would say that was probably two thousand four or five and a four alarm chicken sandwich rate spot. Great spot ran for a little bit. I can't remember what i did. What i did in it Besides enjoying this for alarm chicken sandwich and When we were filming at the director as you know when you're doing offense for any commercial that involves food or any filming food. The actor actress spits out the food between takes. Don't keep swelling food. So i was doing. I was spitting it out. And i guess i was a little loud and the director Client is right behind here as the the wendy's people in the it sounds like you're not enjoying the burger sandwich Can you just not be as lau when you're spitting into the spin bucket. Oh sure and as i said you know i i'll oh i was born a smart on sell die smart but i'm not as much as i used to be but this time i real- i was and i'm oh yeah no problem sir. And then he goes away in the next steak. I eat it and and then i spit it out but i go this taste awesome. I love a man of that. I also i think sadly i probably would. We're both we're both wendy's fans like you were saying you are as well but when you have to do it over and over again you gotta eat. I mean you'd have to like probably twelve sandwiches. At least it's that's another great combination. Wendy's frosty mcdonald's fries. That sounds fun. After i got wisdom teeth out or anything or my mouth my gramma would always take me there another fun fact would change if you ever want to have this guy back when my grandmother did not get hit by train sorry. Let's do soon. But when my grandmother passed away we found this huge box of all these things that after my grandfather passed i was her kind of escapism and she saved all her mcdonald's toys they're like still enwrap alike. Space jam wanted. I like all those toys. And i mean you wanna talk about nostalgia. 'cause i would always go with her and get stuff but i had no idea saving all that stuff but some of those could go for a pretty penny we this is. This is a little bit of light we talked about we. You and i related quite a bit on on our moms and going to. We were saying that. The fact that when i look back on mcdonald's toys and i'm like i think i had each one of these toys. So does that mean that. I was going to mcdonald's like every week. And i think that maybe you just as a kid. Maybe i just was especially at the time you were once a week. Maybe a month was when they would like aladdin is coming out. So let's do shore aladdin character i in jasmine and then they work backwards. But i just feel like there was so much more fast food eating than i ever thought you know what i mean. I think i did. I think it was on a weekly basis. Maybe when i was probably wasn't good but no and but we never. We didn't know it fast. We mcdonald's and i was just home my Niece was clean with my old fisher price things and there was a actual like you have the fisher price like barn fisher price house. There was a fisher price. Mcdonald's smells like man capitalism. Like like yeah. Give you a you know. It's the parts of the caribbean gifts. Outside of the parts of the caribbean ride. We play mcdonald's. Of course you go to mcdonalds. Oh yeah okay would for me. It just makes me sad. You know what. I mean i. It makes me sad but also i also am nostalgic for endure. I had a birthday. Mcdonald's i do. I do and i think i had like mcdonald's play toys to i'm sure But but but. But i but i agree with you that there is some sadness especially in twenty twenty one when you see what the world is become and yeah i mean a lot of american cultures just like brands and brand loyalty right even if our pop culture. It's like a loyalty to a brand. It's like i like the marvel cinematic universe. You know that's just like it's it's you oftentimes have more fandom allegiance to a brand than to an individual like. That's just that just feels like that's and i don't know how global that is but it's definitely a big thing in america. Well i hate to act. Like i know anything more. But there's one interesting factor. I know that i was curious. If you guys knew this you know. The combination of red and yellow makes the brain hungry. That's the studies is the combination of those two colors. So while mcdonald's you'd think of wendy's king is kind of doing it a little bit. Yeah yeah why is that. It's the color pizza. Basically in many ways. I mean it's also the color of yellow. You're told not to put that in a baby's room because yellow makes you cry. But i mean Colors are different to everyone. I just think the red and yellow was really interesting that that you know who does that. Study that figures it out. But when you think of mcdonald's you get hungry and their color combination that you think about I love also yard. I have old commercials. I a whole dvd of just the eighties commercials of like different. Jonah's and there's one of just mcdonald's and those commercials are so amazing. Sorry i have to tell the story really quick. Mcdonald's so when i was a kid my grandfather's my hero and this is the first time i ever knew what uncomfortable felt like is. We went to mcdonald's and the lady taking our order Had red hair. And i'm riley like six or seven. I remember this clears day. My grandfather asked her if she was ronald. Mcdonald's sister when not even joe is like. I think he was like curious. Says i own my god. Why we wow okay..
"charley" Discussed on Doughboys
"At three and a quarter forks from the man weird place. I'm going to go back to something to story. Derrick talk to told earlier Involving his girlfriend at the time. Going in and out burger for the burger and mcdonald's for the fries and in context of where charlie's are located. I might get like some orange chicken from panda express and some fries from charlie's like why not like like i might not get to charlie's four my main but their fries are good and they're lemonade is good and that counts for a lot. Because a lot of places would have a lot of places they would have just had chips but they actually have good fries. Here goes a long way for me and they moved. They moved fast. Why do truly wonder what you would think about the cheese i agree with. Derek does not great. But i wanted to see you. Try in the if i mean if you ever go back to meet well well natalie liked hers. You know didn't didn't love it but thought it was. It was decent and decent to good. And you know what. I don't know i mean i i feel like i'm going to be in the same ballpark with you. Mitch of just like this places. In food courts. It's doing what it's trying to do. Despite my my own veggie option being pretty subpar. It's doing what it's trying to do. Pretty capably and i think the threshold for competence in the in the The scores is three forks. And i think that's right where this place is. I think this is a three four chain that you know what if will work was ordering. Charlie's i might be in trouble as vegetarian. But if i wasn't i think i'd be like sure i could do. Charlie's yeah i think that's the that's the level. I'm at all right fair enough. Well look early. Yeah just okay. I really do. I don't. I don't like hating on anything especially some place that's like. Hey i had this dream as a kid. I didn't mean to say spoiled. I meant it as in like you said. His mom gave him money. But you know rally did not have a great life and he's making something out of it and he's making people happy so i never liked to rip on somebody. That's you know being proactive with their life. But i just don't think the meat is very good. Yeah fair enough. I think if you if you if you go to philly to get a cheese steak this would be the worst one. They wouldn't be called philly they would say. Get out of here. I really wonder. Yeah i fully agree. And i really wonder if they even have any locations in philadelphia. I would guess no well. I mean just even options for like for cheese steaks and phillies like the provolone or with wiz. And all. That should i mean. That's the thing that was confusing to me. Is that didn't seem like an authentic philly cheese steak place but then also when you say and it was a guy who had steak and enjoyed it and Yeah that that's why it feels a little offense to him. But from an outsider's perspective. Looking in feels like a poser. It's like what's with all this line out here. Wow this is interesting while something's popular. I'm going to go take credit for because like that. It's beautiful like if there was a place in you know. I don't want anyone to know where my age sex location is but if someone was out in tarzana. Someone had a place in tarzana. That was like maryland crab cakes genuine maryland crab and i went there and it was great. Like wow this. This person this does flakes is allowing me to feel like i'm back home with the actual food. This is shit. This is reminded me when i used to work at a aquarium. You know fish dead. I don't see this there's no nostalgia and all your shows we talk about like the joy the joy of these places that and i think we have to remember that that there's a little boy and a little girl right now that are growing up on charlie's and this might be good to them. That doesn't mean that it's not good food. It might just do that. Thing that Our favorites due to us. Maybe by the way your story of the person the line outside. I think. I think that's what happened with me and wider with podcasting walked by a says line for comedy bambang drive Okay all right well. I applaud you guys. You know what's great. I'm going to say this really quick is that we're not talking about and i'm not comparing daling bombed saying like this is such a great topic that everyone loves talking about new. Is i listen to you guys. Talk forever and just fun doing this for. You're not talking about the world that we live in right now it just. It's it's great. And i'm just thankful that you guys thought of me and i appreciate you know man. Well we're we're we were nice to have you on the show way. Do we There's there's so many people that we haven't had on and you're someone that that we should have had on a long time ago because we think you're great. So and i love eating and i love these chains and i would be honored to come back. Hell yeah wow well it sounds like oh oh no i was just saying you can cut that out. I was just letting you guys know. Oh no that was. We're gonna leave in you. Saying nice things about us will and also when he said when he said that he sounds like you're trying to leave us talking to me which he was right about i am trying to. We're going to exit strategy for five years. That was her view. Charlie's i'd voice interferes.
"charley" Discussed on Doughboys
"Put my start out was like oh this is and so so i did the thing where i put the strong the bottom and i and i blew bubbles and it kinda mixed it all together and and it kind of made a better. It was better than i would. Trade so much money to see the now. Was that with your aluminum straw derek. Also scrub my aluminum straw. That i my limbs are has actually i have. My mom gave me an aluminum str- like two christmases ago. And i try to use it instead. Of instead of they they can get gross as the only issue is when you go. Yeah yes but not at the renaissance fair. Come on. yeah no this. One i did. I did use the straw that was at charlie's oddly too short of a straw here it is pushed all the way in and you can see that. That is how much this is like. Why go ahead make some sort of joke. You wanna make now. There's not enough straw for the cup. Nobody will dare. I'm not gonna make no. I'm not gonna make some sort of of hacky small penis joke. Yeah okay no. I'm not going to do that. I'm not gonna go there. Where above that on this podcast okay. It's just barely poking out of the top of the cup. Yeah like mitch at a urinal okay makes you. I am happy. But but i thought i thought was good too. I had an overall okay experience. With charlie's i wasn't blown away. But i want to hear more about your experiences. Should we go. should we go derek. Go back to eric again. Go ahead derrick tell. You didn't have a great experience. Tell us what happened with. Well yeah not a great experience The fries you know award definitely the highlight and if i were to go back For different podcast I would I would bring my old bay with me. Because i think some oh interesting on though those are the right kind of our is that are really good with old bay and and it sounds lazy but i would put old bay in my Cheese steak now. I do have to come clean to the doe boys and our listeners. Here is that i am someone that suffers from being lactose intolerant so there's another thing of when i take the risk. It should be worth it. Do you own an rain out and take the lactate bill but you know it helps you know seventy five percent of it. So it's like if i'm gonna have the cheese it's gotta be you know the the right kind of cheese so i was just kind of felt like this would be good of you know This was a snag gazoo. But.
"charley" Discussed on Doughboys
"Unlike other famous foodstuffs of disputed origin like say the french dip fit conception of the philly cheese steak is pretty cut and dry brothers. Pat and harry vieri invented the held nineteen thirty-three after sizzling steak on their hot dog cart. Pat's king of steaks still stands today drawing tourists in with the gravitational pull of a black hole along with its across the street rival gino steaks who concedes the sandwiches origin but claims to have perfected it but perhaps the individual who's made the most money off of philadelphia's most famous export next to ben franklin has no tangible connection to the city of brotherly love born in seoul south korea and later emigrating to columbus ohio at the age of thirteen whereas mom operated restaurant to support the family. Charlie shin grew up around the food. Service industry and himself worked in. Restaurants is a student at the ohio state university after a chance. Detour resulted in a trip to philadelphia. He fell in love with. Its we slice steak sammy and went to work home. Brewing zone varietal. Opportunistically spotting cheese steak sized void in his college towns off campus eateries in one thousand nine hundred six still junior shin convinced his mother to fund his sandwich shop giving a generational boost to the american dream according to a forbes profile by grace chung hsien said of his mom's loan quote. She didn't know anything about the sandwich but she trusted her. Only son end quote and that trust proved to be well placed as shins concept was an immediate hit with the buckeye student body and soon grew into a chain clustered mostly at food courts today with over six hundred locations this franchise doesn't claim to have invented the phillies steak like pats or to a perfected. It like gino's but this ohioan by way of soul is certainly evangelized spreading his version across the globe. Like johnny philly steak seed and proudly trumpets itself as the number one cheese steak in the world this week on dope boys charlie's philly steaks.
Los Angeles Dodgers' Max Scherzer Reaches 3,000-Strikeout Milestone
"The dodgers and padres yesterday. Max scherzer going for three thousand career strikeouts. Here's the pitch clock brings three thousand strikeouts for max scherzer becoming the nineteenth pitcher in major league to enter that very exclusive club a standing ovation inside dodger. Stadium max back into the history. The great charley steiner. An five seventy la sports. We're going to be talking with tim court about whether max scherzer needs to be anonymous selection for the hall of fame. Yesterday you a perfect game into the eighth inning this happened. There's a looper in the right field. Long-run pets he can't get it. There goes the perfect game. There goes the no hitter to out. Make that a one out. Double four hosmer at a standing ovation for mac jersey. The dodgers win game eight to nothing over. San diego swept that series Jay singler the padres manager talked after the series about. How is the worst baseball. The padres played all
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Has 6 New Inductees
"The rock and roll hall of fame has announced its induction class for this year I marquees are letter with the latest the go-go's the foo fighters and cheesy make the wrong call their first time on the ballot Carole King Tina Turner and Todd Rundgren also will be inducted at a ceremony in Cleveland on October thirtieth LL cool J. Billy Preston and Randi Rhodes will be honored with musical excellence awards craftwork Gil Scott heron and Charley Patton will be honored as early influencers
"charley" Discussed on The Dictionary
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"charley" Discussed on The Dictionary
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"charley" Discussed on The Dictionary
"See i would pronounce it. Sarah lick but i'm sure it's pronounced chair lick that next is the word charlotte it's the name charlotte but it does not have a capital c. So it's just charlotte noun from seventeen ninety six a dessert. Ooh consisting of a filling layered with or placed in a mold lined with strips of bread lady fingers or biscuits and the filling could be fruit whipped cream or custard. And this sounds great next is charlotte russe. So we've now added a second word. Reuss spelled r. u. s. s. e. I am hoping that's How yeah that's probably how it's pronounced. This is a noun from eighteen thirty nine. It is a charlotte the thing that we just talked about a charlotte made with sponge cake or lady fingers and a whipped cream or custard gelatin. Filling and this is french and literally means russian charlotte. So the french made the charlotte and the russians. Said we're gonna make our own version and the french said okay. Well we're going to you know your name. Your the word for russian is reuss sort of so we're calling it a charlotte russe okay. Next is charm c. h. a. r. m. i form noun from the fourteenth century. One a the chanting or reciting of a magic spell synonym is incantation. One be a practice or expression believed to have magic power to something warn about the person to ward off evil or insure good. fortune is amulet. It's a thing that you can wear around your neck. Possibly three a a trait that fascinates allures or delights. Maybe if you have this charm trait you. Also have charisma. Maybe they're related Okay three be a physical grace or attraction that is used in plural. As in her feminine charms three c. compelling attractiveness as in the island possessed great charm for a small ornament worn on a bracelet or chain five a fundamental cork that has an electric charge of plus two thirds and a measured energy of approximately one and a half g e v also the flavor characterizing this particle while..
"charley" Discussed on The Dictionary
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Texas Rangers Launches New Fellowship Program for Charley Pride's Legacy to Live On
"Rangers Baseball Foundation has announced the new fellowship program honoring late country music legend Charlie Pride. Texas Rangers President Neil even says the paid internship offers rising college juniors and seniors. A 10 week. Internship opportunity with the team's front office bring young, excited talent, people of color into the organization as interns to train them, mentor them and create that diversity that we would like to see. It's good for our organization. But it's better for baseball program will hire train and support five students per year as they rotate through three front office departments.
Lady Gaga's dogs recovered safely after theft, shooting
"I'm Julie Walker two of lady Gaga as dogs which were stolen by thieves who shot and wounded her dog Walker were turned into police Friday Los Angeles police say a woman brought the stolen dogs to a station house Friday and that she appears to be uninvolved and unassociated that she found the dogs and reached out to lady Gaga staff to return them yeah Brian Fisher was shot Wednesday night walking the three French Bulldogs in Hollywood sound from Charley Walters home security video shows a car pulling up to men jumping out yelling struggling then the gun shop Fisher saying he'd been shot he's expected to survive they got away with two dogs the third escape lady Gaga who's in Rome to film a movie had offered half a million dollar reward for the dogs and praised Fisher I'm Julie Walker
"Grading Jason's Predictions" - Episode 040 - burst 3
"You said that the cubs would miss the playoffs that year. Two nine hundred and you were corrected fell apart. The bears would make the playoffs in two thousand nineteen. That obviously do not happen and that you would do the dishes at home. You would be nicer. Oh wait that was. One of my predictions never mind. We'll we'll take that one off. Okay i like this here. The end of the summer early fall of two thousand and nineteen are episode. Qb or not cuba's mitch trubisky with nfl networks. Charley casserly. You predicted that kanye west album would come out the next day and it did it. Did that was the day before homecoming. Yup and how do you feel about that that last album so the album suck don't know i i can assure you as they come out. They came out that day at school. I remember right after a test. All right you also said that the bulls were going to make the playoffs and ridiculous and absurd. Possibly forty six wins. Yeah now that has not been happening. Has it all right. We move on then to the cubs new manager episode twelve david ross knock grandpa rossi and that was with author. Dan yeager that joined the show. You predicted that. Zach levine would do the dunk contest in chicago. He'd been not He's not he was going to if you made the all star team and he was stopped so technically i was wrong but he had every intention of doing it until he got from the all sorts of you also predicted that the grammy nominations young thugs albums. So much fun would be not in. I had a huge problem with the grammy. Nominations that you back to back years the rat. Nominations have been just absurd so that didn't happen and actually a lot of Very well well versed people in the music world no pun intended Thought that that album should have won the grammy and it wasn't even nominated how That was incorrect. You also predicted that kris. Bryant would be traded that offseason which would have been prior to last year's pandemic season which obviously did not happen. But maybe it should have right. Maybe you should have happened. Oh no absolutely should have happened. Yeah exactly all right. Let's go to our giving. Thanks on thanksgiving. Two thousand nine nineteen. We did not do predictions. That was a mini episode in. Which you pretty much ripped everyone that you've ever sat next to in my family during thanksgiving that made a lasting impression on my family. Let me just tell you that episode. Fourteen back to david ross. This time with the interview. That i did with david ross. You predicted that. During the winter meetings the sox would sign dallas kaikal. And they did. They did and they did. Yep you also said that they would make a trade for a controllable player defined that and they did make changes. So would you identify someone as a contract player. Think back That they would trade her controllable player. Okay so they did not. But what the dallas cycle was pretty darn big so i'm gonna give that to the clinical moods pretty big. I think should get credit for that.
How a Local Business Surged Past Competitors Amid a Pandemic with Charley Boyce
"Up to fire nation. And she's something interesting about yourself that most don't know how you guys doing. I'd say a little bit of research. I'm sure you could find it out but I went to school here at the university of arkansas and played baseball and We were able to. You know. Win the sec. Which i think it was the first time that they had done it. And went to the college world series. Which is a great experience. The razorbacks user. Actually i consider myself a little bit of an aficionado when it comes to college mascots because i'm obsessed with college basketball so i'm just always loving watching my team the providence friars play all the other basketball teams around Always been a mascot guy. Because you know we're the friars it's kind of like the razorbacks that's a great mascot like come on now it is and they're starting to get good basketball again too. Which is nice that is nice and hopefully we have a good season this year. We'll see so fire nation. As i mentioned in the intro. We're going to talk about how a local business has surged past the competitor's amid a pandemic so let's talk about how you originally got involved with paschal air plumbing and charlie break that down for us number tulsa oklahoma originally. I was born and raised a third generation in the hvac business. And then like. I said i came to school over here and Whenever i was done. I opened up a hvac distribution center. Where i I got to know all of the contractors around here. They're all my customers. And i did that for a number of years and then it makes came on at pass goal To work under our old owner in sales. And i got here in two thousand and ten Sold under him for two years. And then i bought him out in two thousand twelve and than i've been doing it ever since so one thing that you've done over the years as you've been able to go from a quote unquote doer to the actual manager. And most business owners struggle with that kind of transition that kind of moves so first off kind of break down what you mean by do or like what you were as this quote unquote doerr. And how did you make that transition into the manager role for me personally. Going from an individual contributor to a manager was not was not too big of a stress. Just for the simple fact that I think i was raised in in kind of a team environment. So i i think just putting a good team together kind of Come somewhat naturally to me. But i think we're the bigger challenge for myself was going from a manager to a manager of managers And that that definitely is a different skill set so over the last couple years. I've been learning to transition to a manager of managers where i'm just checking with people in kind of set in more of the strategic direction and make sure we're executing against it but We definitely have people here that struggled a little bit going from the individual contributor role into that managers row in it. It's a it's a little bit of a challenge. Sure would have been some of those biggest struggles you know now. It's no longer about you. And how well you performed and and now it's it's pretty much. How well can you get the team to perform. An goes less about That individual skill set that made you successful and and how can you teach. How can you coach. How can you help. Keep people accountable. You know default is just to get in there and do it yourself you know and we think we all feel that like man. I i do this faster quicker better. What have you and maybe you could but really. That's that's no longer how your judge now. It's it's how well can you get other people to reform and you can get three or four five people doing it You know they're going to be old. Crank out a lot more than what you could do. You think it's a fascinating
"charley" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Charley Pride singing a cover of the banks of the Ohio the traditional number, which is covered heavily and bluegrass music. It was from his album Make Mine Country which came out in 1968. Another cut from make mine country before that, above and beyond. And we started off the set with Charley Pride singing the snakes crawl at night, which was his first single in 1966. Country music stars of the 19 sixties were mostly white males from Southern states. Charley Pride's great baritone, voice and personable nature broke down the race barrier with audiences and the all white Nashville music industry. Charley Pride once said. I'm a traditional country singer just like anybody else other than the pigmentation. Songwriter and producer Jack Clement's wrote and produced Charley Pride's first Top 10 hit in 1966. Just between you and me. So why be so blue? Sometimes I want to die. And so I got a broken heart. So what They say that time will heal your own. Then my send men on Did I know that someday? Oh, forget on love again. But just between you and me, I've got my doubts about it. Just between you too much to forgive. So I've lost the only girl I am alone. And so I've never felt so low. So what? I'll just tell myself each time I want to cry. That someday time will dry the teardrops from my eye, But just between you and me, I'm not so sure about it. Just between you and me. You're too much to forgive you too much to forget. Okay. Well, I do on the hood named standing by the door. Keep building love between them laid over in the end of story..
"charley" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Radio. I'm really James. That, of course, is Charley Pride Kiss needs. A good morning was his biggest hit number one for five weeks on the country charts, 21 on the pop charts and He's on everybody's mind because, sadly, he died Saturday and, Wow. He was in his age 8600 hours in his eighties and born and sledge, Mississippi, his mother bought him a guitar. When he was a child. He taught himself to play what he really wanted to his play baseball. In fact, he did. He pitched in the Negro leagues and as a minor league teams as well and in Montana. Where he was playing. He was singing before the games to pick up an extra 10 bucks a game and man, that was all it took now, something I don't know that I've ever read it. And maybe it is online somewhere, but At RC A. The guy who was in charge of a and R in Nashville was Chet Atkins period and some brought a demo to Charlie. You know, recording and I'm into Chet of Charlie. And he really liked him. And he said, Well, you know, you know he's black and Chet said while care, but Is gonna be really hard. Tonto get approval on this most likely. And so what he did was he took a number of of demos to a meeting. And he played this among them and you know, I didn't say anything in a couple of records. Later, he played played another one. And one of the executives said No, no. That other record I won't hear from the other guy. And at that point check handed him a picture and said, You know, you mean this guy. No, no, no, not not. Or that is that the country record. You play just a minute, and he's Oh, well, you gotta understand that is this guy and there's a lot of consternation over that, but ultimately, he watched signing, Of course, he did very well. He was the first black performer to appear on the grand Old Opry since founding member Deford Bailey in 1941. On Lee, one of three African Americans ever become a member of the Opry, of course to Ford Bailey and Darius Rucker more recently and inducted in the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2000. And, Yeah, I was married to his wife since 1956 at three kids and was part owner in a huge fan of the Texas Rangers. Obviously, baseball And sadly, he died Saturday. Complications from from covert 19 so rest in peace, Charley pride and I don't know for sure, But something is something tells me that Johnny going in Austin probably played a little charley pride at some point in his career. Am I Right, Johnny? Yeah. I'm really glad you mentioned that I was gonna call first to tell you that I got through immediately. That was not a problem. Oh, yeah. Okay. Thank you. And then when you got to, Ah, speaking about Charley Pride, who I never had a chance to meet. But interestingly enough, you did mention that I probably played some of his records. And after I left, Ky okay in 1966. I was doing all kind of music formats that different radio stations I was, You know, when you're a kid, you drift around and you just I don't know. I was kind of invigorated to go do different stuff. But anyway, I ended up at K. I take a radio in Houston. On 6:50 A.m. a day timer with 250 Watch still is to protect Ws, um in Nashville, right? Anyway, so So I made this turn in the country music. And Charley pride. And R. C eight records released at that time, his first song called Just Between You and Me. Go, All Right. And we call them country Charley pride at that time, and I cannot remember if we even knew that he was a black man at that time. I don't know if it was ever talked about, but You know his early songs that I played, which that was the first one which debuted in about late 1966 just between you and me, And then he had others along the way, like, Bring hurt your finger, and the day the world stood still. And and these were all like top 10 songs. Absolutely his first dozen records. I mean, probably more than that, But yeah, after just between you and me, which was, I guess it got to number nine. But it wasn't a big hit. And then I know one. And then like you say, does my ring hurt your fingers? What a great country title. And today worlds is Yeah. The easy part is over. And it was interesting Cousin 69. Now if you're still playing country, but he did Kaleida, which, of course, Yeah. Yes. I think that I believe that was alive. A live version wasn't and Yeah, And it was it had been a big big Hank Williams record, so Oh, absolutely. Yeah. Yeah, but that's about the time. You know, he said, I'm sorry. E gotta apologize because when I was talking to Bob Crane last night, we were stepping all over each other. And now I'm doing that to you, and I don't know if it's kind of a phone setting or what it is. I'll explain it. As far as that goes, anyone who is either on a cell phone or on V O I p and I'm guilty of the ladder. It's not full duplex. And so that's why when you're talking, you won't hear somebody else who might be trying to talk and vice versus so is just the nature of the beast of half duplex phone connections, But it was listen to the replay of me with Bob Crane last night now is stepping all over him, and he asked me a question which I didn't Actually here, which didn't answer, but I'll get to that later. But the days of Charley Pride Me doing country Radio in Houston. There was a station called KPRC that decided put country music on a night because the only station that was Playing country music were daytime, right? Right. And so I was doing the nights at KPRC radio, and I was there in 69 when Charley Pride had his first number one song, and I mean when he when he started with the number one Excuse me back in 1969..
Country Music Legend Charley Pride Dies Of COVID-19 Complications In Dallas
"More pioneering black country singer died over the weekend in Dallas from complications related to Cho Been 19 Charley Pride left a career is a blue collar work. Girl on a bet that country music would pay off and did it ever. Charley pride was 86 years old.
Charley Pride, groundbreaking country music star, dead at 86
"And other memorials being laid on Charley Pride's Walk of Fame star along Hollywood Boulevard. The country Music Hall of Famer died from covert 19 complications. The age of 86. The Mississippi native, was one of the first successful black country stars and also the first African American musician to perform at the Grand Ole Opry. That's one of his 52 top 10 hits 52 of them include Is anybody going to San Antone? Oh, my God. My grandmother loved that song San Antone. It's so funny that people who live there never call it sent in town. Uh, kiss an angel. Good morning, which we just heard before making it in music. He played pro baseball for a handful of teams in the Negro American League. Really, I know even tried out for the expansion L. A Angels in 1961, but it was Not picked up by the team.
Charley Pride, groundbreaking country music star, dead at 86
"Son of sharecroppers who became one of the greatest country music stars has died prides website said. The cause was complications from the coronavirus. He was 86. You've got to
Charley Pride, a country music Black superstar, dies at 86
"Musician Charlie pride has died in Dallas of complications from covert nineteen he was eighty six I marches are a letter with a look at his career Charlie pride is an American success story he was a sharecropper's son who plan to get out of the cotton fields by playing baseball because he saw Jackie Robinson do it pride was good enough for the major leagues but he got injured he took up country music and had more than thirty number one country hits pride said back in nineteen ninety three he did not see why the fact that he was black should matter when I first thought I was colored city I went from color Negro to black and now Matt Rosso all these kind of things is what is ingrained in our cyber so caller hung up
Charley Pride, groundbreaking country music star, dead at 86
"Pride. The son of sharecroppers who became one of the greatest country music stars has died prides website said. The cause was complications from the coronavirus. He was 86.
Trailblazing country superstar Charley Pride dead at 86 from coronavirus complications
"Away at the age of 86. Officials are saying complications due to covet 19 is the cause of death. First black member of the country Music Hall of Fame Charley Pride scored over five top 10 country hits. When several Grammys in his long career. Remember this one when you all down the road on this, um is on your side with Sweet River brie or your phase. All his Children that was nominated for an Academy Award for its use in the movie Sometimes a great nation. Other songs to come to mind. Kiss an angel. Good morning. Is anyone going to San Antonio and Mountain of Love?
Charley Pride, Groundbreaking Country Music Star, Has Died In Dallas At Age 86
"The country music industry is mourning the loss of Charley Pride. The legendary black singer died in Dallas at age 86 from complications from covert 19 for member station KTRH in Dallas. Alejandro Martinez reports on prides career Charley Pride made his mark as the first black country music star to hit it, big music critic Thor Christensen says. When Pride's career took off in the late 19 sixties, he moved to Dallas. He told me I grew up in a segregated society, and he didn't want to subject his his three kids to that. And when he thought about where you could travel around the world and not be subjected to such racism, he said. You couldn't find a better place than Dallas. Pride was also part owner of the Texas Rangers baseball team. I was a regular at home
Dallas singer Charley Pride, dies at 86
"Country music legend has died due to complications related to Cove in 19, Mr Charlie Pratt. You ever ride on ride passed away today in Dallas Prided performed at the Houston Livestock Show in Rodeo 18 Times during his career. Another icon Dolly Parton, tweeted today that she was Deeply saddened to lose a good friend and she ended the tweet with we will always love you, Charlie in northwest
Dolly Parton mourns death of Charley Pride: 'We Will Always Love You'
"Dallas. Charley Pride. The first black member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, has died. He was 86 pride died due to complications from covert 19. His hits include burgers and fries and Mountain of Love, Dolly Parton Tweeted Charlie. We will Always Love You Bear
Country music legend Charley Pride dies at 86
"The country music industry morning after the passing of charley pride pride who began his career. In the mid sixties was one of country music's biggest stars the first black member of the country music hall of fame. His public relations firm says he died in dallas today. Complications of covid nineteen. He was eighty
Pioneering Black country music legend dies of COVID-19 at 86
"Charley Pride, The son of sharecroppers in Mississippi, who became one of country music's biggest stars, has died from covert 19 Pride was the first black member of the Country Hall of Fame. He released some 60 album selling more than 25 million records throughout his career, and the grief and tributes are pouring in. Boston Celtics legend Bill Russell tweeting out his condolences to Charley Pride's family and friends. Russell telling everyone to please mask up, and fellow country music legend Dolly Parton says she's heartbroken to lose one of her oldest and dearest friends, tweeting quote, Charlie, We will always love you,
Charley Pride, country's first Black superstar, dies at 86
"Charlie pride country music's first Blackstar who's rich baritone on such hits as kiss an angel good morning help sell millions of records has died he was eighty six fry died Saturday in Dallas of coronavirus complications according to publicist Jeremy Westby his career began in the mid sixties hits B. sides kiss an angel good morning included burgers and fries mountain of love and is anybody going to San Antone he had three Grammy awards more than thirty number one hits one the country music association's top male vocalist and entertainer of the year awards and was inducted into the country music hall of fame until the early nineties pride was the only black country singer signed to a major label Charlie pride dead at eighty six from corona virus complications I'm Julie Walker
"charley" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Charley Pride is dead at the age of the 86. He died of covert 19 complications. Pride was one of the few successful black country musicians when he first started out in the industry. He was also the first black musician to perform at the Grand Ole Opry. Some of prides hits were just between You and me. All I have to offer. Is anybody going to set in tone and kiss an angel? Good morning. Pride also played on a few baseball teams in the Negro American League, the head of the Food and Drug Administration says they're giving the green light for emergency use of the Fizer covert vaccine Commissioner Steve Han says Although the vaccine was prepared and record time, he says, Americans can have trust incompetence. It meets the FDA. It's high standards for safety and effectiveness. Efficiency does not mean any cutting of corners. Medical products were still undergoing rigorous study in clinical trials. Important safety check. Tremaine in place. The FDA is review teams continue, as they have always done to comb through the data submitted by companies regarding their medical products. Dr Hans says they're aiming to be as transparent as possible. The FDA is making available information on their data review process as well as vaccine ingredients, benefits uses and risks. I'm Lisa Taylor, an assistant nursing professor at U. C L. A. Says she got the covert vaccine. And experienced side effects. Kristen Choice says they showed up after the booster shop. I had chills, nausea, fatigue, headache the day after that vaccine on Ben that evening, I started to develop a fever, and that kind of escalated overnight. I woke up the next morning with a very high fever. Joy took part in Fizer vaccine trials. I'm Cameron Fairchild, NBC news radio. MasterCard may have to pay its United Kingdom customers as much as $18 billion, the country's Supreme Court issued a ruling allowing a class action lawsuit against the company to move forward. The suit alleges MasterCard overcharged more than 46 million people in Britain for over 15 years. Prosecutors say they're seeking a payment of nearly $400 to every user who was over 16 years old and living in the country at the time. I'm Brian Shook United Airlines says It's going 100% green by 2050. The airline pledged this week to virtually eliminate all its greenhouse gas emissions over the next three decades. United CEO Scott Kirby called it the company's responsibility to help fight climate change as well as to solve it. Among the key steps United will invest millions in direct heir capture technology along with working to develop sustainable aviation fuel. I'm at Madison, a Georgia youth football coach, is expelled from the league after a shocking viral video. Sarah Bartlett has details. It happened at a tournament and Kissimmee, Florida with players seven years old and younger Savannah coach Gerald Williams's seen hitting a young player twice once, knocking him off balance and again, knocking him to the ground. The video has gone by Viral, even garnering criticism from pro athletes like LeBron James. The boy's mother was notified of the incident but decided not to press charges. Former NHL great Wayne Gretzky still setting records Joel Stern has more or Wayne Gretzky rookie card is breaking the bank. The 1979 80 top so peachy card sold for a record setting $1.29 million at an auction on Thursday. The collector's item features a young risky and his Evanston Oilers uniform and his great it a 10 in condition. It becomes the.
"charley" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Okay so Charlie. Horse like cramp sudden spasm sudden muscle. Medical Science has baffled go. Yes so you can get a Charley Horse at night when you're sleeping. It's called a nocturnal leg cramp and just like daytime when it can go away very quickly or can be a few minutes I can't imagine like the one I had an internet. Roundup was such a tight violent thing. Yeah I can't imagine that going on for several minutes now because it lasted maybe thirty seconds. Probably the longest thirty seconds of your life and all of that would just be hell. Yeah and this is not the same thing as restless leg syndrome. That also happens at night but that is when you sort of have the Jimmy legs and you had the urge to move But in I think both cases they don't know exactly what's going on now they don't But and then you can actually solve both cases if you get Charlie horses at night while you're sleeping and they wake you up or if you have restless leg syndrome the Jimmy legs You can solve both by doing stretches before bed and sometimes I get restless leg syndrome. I don't I don't know if I have to clinical degree or whatever but like especially when I first lay down to go to bed sometimes I can't sleep because my legs are just bugging me and really get up and do this hamstring stretch and it works like a charm. Like I'll be asleep in thirty seconds afterward. You know they say stretching is just sort of one of the keys to life. You Start in your twenties and thirties to stretching. Really Great Every morning and every night then your body's going to be the better for it. Do you remember. We did an entire episode encyclopedia that stoop that you get from old age did we. We totally did. And I think that that's a really good way to combat SARK opinions to to be limber and stretch your back muscles to. Yeah it's all about keeping those muscles lumber. Yep let's do a chocolates. Lets commit to stretching at least five nights a week okay okay deal pinkie so The other thing you have virtual pinky swear The other thing you can do like you mentioned is plenty of fluids if you're exercising especially because your muscles need those fluids to Relax and contract like they should. And you just gotTa you know if you're going out there and running or even doing a good exercise walk in. You're not stretching beforehand. What what are you doing? Your chump your sucker. You're just you know you're a trump. You're a chucker. Oh speaking of Charlie. I called you charlie on an email I think yesterday I noticed that my head just ripped into afterward blew my mind. Why Charlie your chuck but the idea that it's almost like you turned into Gwyneth paltrow in sliding doors all of a sudden like you very easily could have gone the life of a Charlie but you in life of a chuck and I guarantee you your life would be different noticeable ways. Had you been a charlie? Will you call Me Charles? Sometimes though totally different from Charlie agreed Charlie then you know in New Jersey. I went by Charles. Oh we LA. Did you have a little pencil moustache? I did nothing but turtlenecks trolley horses. I think we're done. No no there is one more thing right about the either balanced diet thing which they literally say for every single condition known to humanity in this case. It's really true if you eat a balanced diet you're going to get some good. Calcium potassium magnesium and. That's really gonNA help how your muscles operate. Those minerals are super important to your muscles. Yes especially I think breads. Sodium and potassium have like a twenty three to one ratio for your intake is what you're going for on a daily basis which is harder to do than you would think but they as I think. Sodium goes in potassium comes out and vice versa. And when they're doing that they actually produce this battery this electrical charge across your cell that helps conduct electricity throughout your muscles. So yeah you want to have these minerals in like good amounts and you also have water. Because water is like the thing that everything all of these magnificent metabolic processes take place in so if you're dehydrated and you lose a bunch of electrolytes or your electrolytes are out of proportion. You're much more susceptible. The muscle cramps of all varieties. So yeah eat. Banana or I saw an avocado is a really good. Balance is potassium and sodium to weed. A lot of avocado in our house. Same here you may found five for ninety nine cents Avocados yesterday and I was like yeah. She's like they must have been about to rod or something like that and I checked in. They are all like pre ripen. They're on their way to being ripe. They're not rotted at all she got them from H. Mart and I just couldn't believe it you like she got it at Cova Dr us so I think right now. I'm worried I hadn't thought about that. No I don't think that's the case covert Rs. Great You got anything else about Charlie. Horses no sir. Are you having one right now? I'm not well that's good. Then that means everybody. That short stuff is out. Stuff you should know is production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows..
"charley" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Hey Welcome to the shortstop Fund Josh. There's chuck just the two of us. But we're here with Horse named Charlie Aka crippling temporary light cramp. You know what I immediately think of when I think leg cramps now right no remember. Oh yeah roundup that's right. You totally got one of these. Didn't you like while we were reporting? Yeah it's on video everyone. If you WANNA go look up one of our Internet roundups. I wish I could remember which one maybe you should suffer through. All of them share to try and find it but I gotta just out of nowhere like it was so funny that we were like all right. We should just leave that in there. We have to keep demanded that we keep it in. That was just so great yet. Which is weird. I don't cramp up like that much. It was very much out of nowhere. I don't know what happened. Well check you could have been over age fifty at the time. No you might have been hydrated. Maybe but I drink a lot of water. Perhaps you've been sitting too long without moving. There's always a chance of that or standing too long on a hard surface. Probably not a chance of that or you could've been sleeping in your brain may have misdirected your leg to move confusing your leg resulting in a cramp fifty fifty fifty. So those are some risk factors for getting a Charlie horse before we explain what Charlie horses. We talk about the origin of the word. Do you did you read about this. Yeah it's a word that is very much American You won't hear that word in England apparently and there are a couple of different stories that I saw maybe more than that even but in the late eighteen hundreds in baseball one story said that there was a lame horse named Charlie and said pulled the roller at the Chicago. White Sox ballpark. I'm not sure what that means. Probably whatever flattened out the dirt. Maybe that's that's what I was thinking. That's all I can come up with their. Maybe the thing that the hotdog spin on his. They're cooking. I'm not sure what's the other story. The other one is that Charlie read born Who was a pitcher? A you mean old hoss. Old Hoss was another name of his knee. I looked him up. He's the seventy fourth greatest pitcher of all time. Based on our way yeah He was also a terrible person. lobster boy esque from what? I can tell No murder involved. I don't think but he apparently got a Charley Horse in a baseball game. In the in the middle of a baseball game played for Providence in Boston mostly And it's possible that it was named after him in that significant event. Yeah what. I've always heard Charlie horse was an or how I've always used. It was not just a leg cramp but it was when you got punched in the thigh or something your knee or knee. Somebody in the thigh. And you would give someone a Charley Horse. And you had to say Charlie horse is if they didn't know what was happening. Don't freak out. You're not imagining things. I just gave you Charlie horse and this is called having the wind knocked out of you. So the yeah but it does seem to It can't come from that from a sudden blow to a leg muscle and usually it's your muscle your calf muscle or your hamstring is where you get a Charley Horse. But as you also know I didn't touch you that time you got one for Internet roundup. It's came out of the blue out of the blue. So Charlie horses. It's different from like a leg cramp say like your muscles cramping up from overuse on a long run. That's probably from dehydration or a loss of electrolytes from sweating too much. A Charlie. Horse is kind of leg cramp but it's a little more specialized than that. It's like a not just suddenly comes out of nowhere and affects one of those areas in your legs and what's interesting to me. Is that Medical Sciences? Like no no. Here's some guesses but we're not present. Sure have you. Did you used to do the thing called frogging someone yes? It's it's essentially the same thing your knuckles on your fingers or a certain held a certain way when you punch them right totally. It's a knuckle punch and I always was Frog I didn't do much frogging 'cause I was a nice guy but Someone would stick out there center knuckle and do sort of swiping punch across the arm not like a straight punch in the knuckle would hit it in 'cause the same sort of sensation like a little not in a bump would form. Yeah I was never very good at that either. But some kids had like almost a preternatural sense of like a a muscular pressure point you know yeah I have a feeling. You're a champion Pencil breaker though. No I don't remember pencil breaking what was that. You guys didn't do that. I mean team. Yeah like some somebody would hold two ends the farthest end of the Pencil and somebody you just karate chop it. Well you would use another pencil and you would just take turns. Pencil broke but there are all sorts of various techniques for maximum breakage. I'd forgotten all about that when I think pencils in school. Chuck I think Did you guys have the smelly pencils like Caramel corn certain circles? And all that. Yeah Yeah that's what I think of the state's degrade or you good a pencil breaking. I wasn't very good. You know there was always the one bugs meany who could do it and fatal blow. Is that another encyclopedia Brown reference. I think so. Maybe we should take a break. Yeah and we can go solve an encyclopedia Brown crime and then come back and talk more about Charlie horses all right. Well now. We're road drive in your chuck. One learn a thing or two from Josh stuff..
"charley" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Jake Stover on Twitter. Connors arrest is a blow not good look for him bolo night. Good sign. Charley Casserly that is below. Not good bolo night. Good. Dear Jim, damn, dude. You're gonna make Shane cry. He probably just pull out his hankie and another one and another one and holy crap. Another one signed Brett from bogus Ah-ha. Were Shane reaching behind IRAs ear and not finding anything? One of Shane's. I got that carnation. Hey, wanna smell this rose? My mother's carnation. This is really fresh. Oh nation. This Email says, hey, Rome. I make listeners disappear. Signed Matt in L A. Hey, Matt leeann Vancouver. Did you like that? You see, you know, MAC because I know you'll call le- in Vancouver. Matt. Rien Houston tweets. Oh, f you up you and your wife signed the foodie versus Mr. peanut and MRs Butterworth..
"charley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Getting interesting Charley Casserly was on ESPN New York yesterday. And he's made the radio rounds. He was on K JR the other night my buddy, Dave softy Mahler? Let me know in advance. And I guess Dave asked him or soft. He prefers softy? I don't know why. But whatever softy. Ask casually about what I had written Castelli said, basically, I don't give a crap. And that's fine. That's the approach you need to take. What's he gonna say? Oh my God. They've figured me out. Oh my God. It was an irresponsible and worthless report that I've been generating plenty of interest from look he's making the rounds. So on ESPN New York yesterday, he was asked about whether he's getting smokescreen or used by sources who want him to put negative information out there about collar Murray and CASAs at first of all the answer is zero because I know these people just like you guys do you've got to evaluate the evaluators. You got to know who you're talking to. Sometimes you've gotta sift it through and sometimes you can take it word for word. These are a plus I'm telling you right now. So there's none of that going on. Okay. Well, first of all as I said yesterday, if you're going to be an analyst who becomes a reporter there needs to be more of that. There needs to be a greater context needs to be a greater level of detail that is provided when making the report because for most of these analysts you get the impression they're just talking to their buddies. And we don't know whether they're buddies are biased. We didn't know whether they're. Buddies are trustworthy. We don't know any of it. They're just passing along gossip they're not passing along and actual report. But it technically is received. And should be interpreted as a report that isn't the thing that got my attention now. Because stats also informs me and stats. I gotta get this audio. That casually during the ESPN New York segment on Wednesday again retreated to the idea that Keiler Murray wasn't prepared for the interview. See he did the column or a body slam leadership skills bad board, scales, bad preparation, bad, bad, bad bad. And then he shifted it from well, it's not really Murray's fault. It's the fault of whoever it was who didn't prepare them for this. So it's kind of a weird disconnect. Like here, you are just ripping column hurry to shreds. And then say, well, it's really not his fault. Because you know, hey bottom line is he wasn't properly prepared. You know, they do prepare people for these things, and oh, yes, they do because casually blurted out yesterday during the ESPN New York interview that he prepares over one hundred per year for combine interviews. That's what we call in this business or any other business a conflict of interest. And there are a conflict of interests at every level of air every industry, and there are plenty of them. When it comes to the NFL draft pick about this. Charlie casualty is going on the air and analyzing prospects. And one hundred of them. Let me correct that more than one hundred of them have paid him to help them prepare for the combine interviews that's a conflict of interest. Because Murray apparently wasn't one of the guys who pay Charley Casserly to prepare him for his combine interviews unless he did gasoline is not making the best possible advertisement for his own services. But of all the things that I'm certain of the most certain I am of anything right now is the castle he wasn't involved in the collar Murray preparation team for the combine interviews that's a horrible conflict of interest. He's getting paid by these prospects to get them ready. So. Think of it this way. Number one. You're never going to go on the air and say that any of the people that you help prepare was anything less than fully prepared for the combine invasion Jewett. Because you are demeaning your own services. Your client's going to call you up and say what the hell Charlie you're the one that prepared me. And Secondly as it relates to assessing their overall skills and abilities, like what you're going to get on the air and say, well, you know, the guy gave a great combine interview. But his workout was horrible. Oh my God. I can run the forty faster than him backward. I don't know what's wrong with this guy. And I watched some of his game film. Let me tell you. He better not be thinking about the NFL. He better be thinking about the arena league. Are you going to say that about somebody who has paid you to help? You get ready for your combine interviews obvious conflict of interest. So what I'm gonna do today? When I have time, but I'm gonna make time I'm going to try to find out the list of all the people that Charlie I'm gonna ask NFL network. I'm gonna Email spokesperson of NFL network and say, Charley Casserly was on ESPN New York yesterday. And he said he prepares over one hundred dollars per year for combine interviews who are the over one hundred dollars per year that he prepared this year. Please provide me the list, and we'll see what they say. You think they'll tell you? Look at it this way, if they tell me, then there's transparency, and there's fairness and there's an opportunity to get to the bottom of this nasty stew of conflicts of interest. If they say pound salt or pound sand or pound, whatever. That looks bad to why wouldn't you tell me? Why is there no transparency? This guy is going to go on the air. And he's going to comment on the extent to which people are prepared for combat and interviews, and he's getting paid by others to prepare them for combat and interviews, and I know we live in a time now, and let me measure my words, very carefully here where at a time now where we're surrounded by bullcrap. Is that careful enough? We're everywhere we turn someone is lying everywhere. We turn someone is corrupt. And we have become so numb to it. That there is there are few people who will stand up and point a finger and say corruption and anybody care, we know what what's going on. Here is corruption within the confines of the NFL and the league office needs to care NFL network needs to care other agents need to care, and this is the kind of stuff that needs to end. We'll be back.
"charley" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"He threw for four thousand ran for two thousand ultimately accumulated fifty three hundred sixty two yards on the season fifty three hundred and sixty two yards. On the season. And we're sitting here hearing this from Charley Casserly played again cat. Well, he better hope Kingsbury takes him number one. Because this was not good. This was the worst comments. I ever got on a high rate quarterback quarter. Man, you Lee I've been doing this a long time. Yes leadership. Not good case. Study habits not good the board work below night. Good night good at on any of those areas. And raising major concerns about what this guy's gonna do. Now people will say, well, we're going to compare them to Mahomes, we're going to run an offense like well homes. We're going to run an offense like Baker Mayfield. It is possible. But those guys are much different. I mean, those guys you'd never questioned about their ability on the board. You're never questioned their leadership ability their work habits. They were outstanding in those areas. This guy's not outstanding those areas it showed up in the interview. What am I missing, ladies and gentlemen, they might handle stories? I got a cameraman over here operating turnaround. My brother did you hear anything about column Mary's leadership at all? I didn't hear anything new. No, did you. Do you watch college football? When did we hear something about column Murray's leadership? His act cumin his study habits when when did this happen? When did this happen? I don't recall. Now, I don't blame anybody for. Critique in me. I mean, who the hell am I to speak about college football? I was the idiot that talked about Haskins out of Ohio State via some type of dam runner..
"charley" Discussed on We The People
"Great note to end on to pay tribute attached remarkable children his daughter helen taft becomes president of bryn mawr incredibly distinguished scholar of history another son charley taft is mr cincinnati the repeated governor of cincinnati the robert taft is mr republican the most influential senator of the twentieth century who becomes the leader of the 'isolation est wing of the republican party in contrast to is in our and the more internationalist wing tafs greatest legislative achievement is the taft hartley act which forbids secondary boycotts that is boy cots by against all who do business with a company that's being boycotted in the first instance and secondary boycotts had been the crusade william howard taft opposed both as a judge and as president and finally chief justice and there's a complete poetic symmetry in the idea that his son forbade them in federal law but it so in that sense the son was directly inspired by the father just as william howard taft had been inspired by his own father so the taft family really has this beautiful gacy filial piety and also electoral achievement from father to son to grandson adapt to great grandson and the overwhelming legacy is that of public service and of devotion to country above party and another reason to admire the tafs in these polarize times jeff it's been a great pleasure to talk to you about the book almost as great as it was to read the book so i suggest that that you all do that and then tell your friends about it as well thanks for writing it thank you so much for coming to see and thanks to all of you.