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No 98: Elton John

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No 98: Elton John

"It was at this moment that he knew Diam Zahn. Where'd you find this? You. I now listening to the world's most popular inaccurate. And sometimes squirrel retelling of pop culture history. It's podcast forty two on the viks network. What are you doing? Talk. Sorry, no one, I can drink. Well, you should have done that earlier because it's time for our. Podcast forty two. I'm Christopher DeVos and Sabrina Pierre. I'm John Lennon. And I'm Laura. Hi. And tonight we are going to be talking about Elton John. John Lennon, not John and not tonight another night for John Lennon, or maybe the Beatles, or maybe just George Harrison. I don't I want the Ringo Starr show. No, the Pete best our. Say we just do Ringo star's all star band. Yeah. That'd be good. They're all McCartney's bans wings, Paul McCartney and wings all McCartney. No wings. No. Mccartney and the chicken wings, those my favorite version tree Dyeing's. Well, let's open up the beer, cooler, I. Jay. Is. This is a very colorful label. What did you bring? I brought from Tampa Bay brewing company's twisted strawberry fest. It's an effervescing golden ale. Brewed with strawberry and lime that we probably should have opened before the show. Yes, we are so prepared today. Family owned in Florida. Brewed. They actually have a restaurant in ebor city in Tampa that has really good food. Do we say that it was a today? Yeah. It's a golden ale brewed which strawberry and lime. It's a fruited ale just like L, John. Sir fruited. For two. Lt, you all right. We'll stay tuned to the end of the show. And we'll tell you what we think of this. So far. It's nice and light interesting. Chase that with a high lie official beer podcast to podcast for you to shameless plug. But right now, get out your pens and papers. It's pop quiz time. And this pop quizzes called, I couldn't find a C for the new Elton, John, Phil. I'm still standing? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Good. I love I this is what I get excited for every week. Laura has yet to crack a smile on any of these. I say I think that your best one yet. Or oh by I just watched Elton John's new standup act. It's a little bit funny. A little bit. That's a line from an John saw Faye now. It wasn't a little bit money. I'm still standing? Yeah. My favorite song to drink too. This is five general knowledge facts on Elton, John, an order of the easiest to the hardest test, your knowledge score. One point for each correct answer question. Number one, what was L John's first number one single, and I wrote what was Elton John's first number one signal. By key was Batman or something hint. This is an Elton John saw. Not like Springsteen question. We should do per sprinting. That I'm okay with that question, number two as of may two thousand eighteen how many solo albums as Elton released man. These are the easy ones food, these are all going to be hard. You said from easiest to hurt. Yes. This is a hard easiest hardest ones to the hardest hardest ones. I'm just guessing on. Everything me to question. Number three. What rapper did? Elton score a number one single with in two thousand four hint is not who you think it is. But what if it is, who I think? That's not a very good hint. This. Hint. It's not a rapper that he performed with at the Grammys. Well, then I'm glad I didn't write that one down. Or I'm leaving it probably the only rapper I'm leaving. I'm leaving the answer. Rapper? Mc I'm leaving it. Don't hit is not MC. Scott cat. Love scared. To stuffs for. And you're married to a black man what but he doesn't count. I listen more than he does as well. It's actually really true. Yeah. He listens to the backstreet boys. Most of the time whenever he does, listen, the quote unquote, ramp is just so we can go. Hey, I don't even though he listens to a lot of. The backstreet boys do that, to probably question for who starred in the video for Elton song. I want love. I don't even know that was. Should I go back and change my song, come out that song came out, and I don't know and eight? All right. We're going with this, because I wrote it down the song came out, I would say based on who the answer is the song came out at least after nineteen ninety I'm going with. That's right me, too, because he's not enough things can we do era Smith? One. I know at least SilverStone was three years. And question, number five, Bruce Springsteen's L played piano, what Holly song in nineteen sixty? And what, what Holly, buddy Holly song the holidays? Oh, god. I didn't even know that was banned. It's not only a band. But it's a an edible berry that you can't eat during Christmas. That's not a hit. That was not helpful. I have all of my answers wrong. You don't know that I know including the first one. Writing going on. No, I'm already done writing the title of the song has six words in it. Six. Mind like I don't even think I. Don't it's, it's, it's a thing. Now what it is. Now a thing. All right question. Number one, what was Elton? John's first number one, single, Laura goodbye yellow brick road jail goodbye, yellow regrowed Sabrina song. Don't go breaking my heart. No. Nobody knows the answer. Don't know. As of may two thousand eighteen how many civil albums says Elton released jail fourteen. Sabrina. Eight. The correct answer is thirty thirty solo albums. Eight thirty. It's right there up my paper. Awful lot of number one hits for only really long records. Chris, I guess, so. Guess so question number three space just thing. Nobody skipped on those h Rex. I'm still standing? Question. Number three, what? Rapid elm score a number one signal single with in two thousand four Laura. I'm leaving it because I wrote Eminem. Tiny west Sabrina fifty. Fifty cents to park, the answers to pock. He's still. Do we know what song that was? I did. But I didn't write it down way to go right next to the next question on what year it came out. But it was it was one of those that he collaborated with vaulted to pock Kreil crowd to cry to pock hologram to pock. Yes. And number four, who starred in the video for Elton song, I want, love Sabrina. Boy, George George is he still relevant. Does it? I like it to Steve Gutenberg Steve good. Virg-. Same question is he even still relevant cocoon reboot or are they making except Wilford? Wilford Brindley role seventy eight. Now, we're on the seventy nine I at least you SilverStone Volusia SilverStone. It is Robert Downey junior. I was close not close. I was closer or big in the eighties. Laura was the closest shish had an actor an actor. Again, Steve Gutenberg. Did you never watch police academy? She still relevant. Have you ever seen George in public? That's a lot of acting. Steve. Good vote should play. And boy, George's autobiography auto pick. As that member of the of culture club, and they can call it three. Are they men or I don't know? Question, number five, Ellen played piano, what Holly song in nineteen? Sixty Lor that thing you do. From a fictional band, and that from a fictional band, that was the night, or I think it was I don't think that was a real band. Oh. However, was a real record producer so jail in. Agata. Davita. And. Sabrina stand up and kiss under me. What? You said it's also a non edible plant Holly. Right. Holly, stand up and kiss under the. Oh, okay. That wasn't a clue that was just a little factoid six words. It is he ain't heavy. He's my brother. I'm still closest no. That thing you did totally on that one only four word. I don't care that thing you do by the Holly. That is. I think that's the worst pop quiz. Has ever been put on? Before read in the. Because I was so disgusted. I think it's our funniest quiz. We've done it a while. It was a hard quiz grant that the sources for the script was the guardian dot com. And that was actually an article written by Elton John himself song. Facs dot com time dotcom yoke dot org. WNYC dot org. You discover music dot com. Billboard dot com behind the music, featuring weird Al yankovic finally twenty nine dot com. Independent dot CO dot UK, and pop sugar dot com to use a lot of dot com because he's got some books coming out, but they don't come out to Tober. Can't do any book sources for him. Like he knew he was going to get lampoon tonight. One week after is movie comes out or week and a half. You know it's been one week since you looked at me. Just saying jail. I can't wait until we do our bare naked ladies episode make it. Make it bare naked. But the sad thing is the only other line to that song, I know is Chinese chicken ticket to the Chinese chicken. In your brand taken that line. That's the one I know watching. X-files LA. I hope that the humans in this one, we're not doing very negative toward, you're getting frantic tantric. Well, aren't you guys the bees news? But how do we do on that quiz? Lady. Together we could all do one week. Christos the chorus, we fill the rest doesn't even know that you just chickeny China the. And he said that wrong. I knew was has been one since shale looked at me actually been to it has been two. I'm gonna policies. All my voice is right off the bat. I'm not. I want them to be just the way they are. It's going to be. To Elton John's fifty storey mansion. Is it really fifty stories? Sure. I haven't been there recently he was doing an addition the laws. Magin it's fifty stories and covered in feathers. Fifty stories because he collaborated with fifty. Intially bitty baby grand piano mansion. That'd be the safe of his wing. The keys. All right. When you build that I want to go. Whole Miklos tan dance. If you could be a tiny dancer. If I was done some top of 'em, the regular ones, not the peanut wants because the regular ones would be more impressive. David the doorbell love. David, can you get the bloody though David? David. Nights do not answer doors. It's the knighthood handbook, it's in it. Are you? Oh, never mind. I'll get it myself. I'm coming. Let me just put this down. Took long enough. Listen here. I'm John, I'll answer the door. Whatever timeframe, I want to. Oh, right nights don't answer doors. I knew that it's in the handbook, where's David, my husband, I do not know probably plan director or something. Oh, right. Then I've got to run a large package fall out and John. Really? Yes. It's right here. See this box. Well, what is it? It's a rather large parcel, in the shape of a mirror, and it's from the mirror mirror on the wall near maker at apple orchard company while that sounds exciting. I wonder what it could be. I don't know just sign here. Thank you. By the way, has anyone told you? Yeah. The most beautiful blue eyes. Oh, why? Thank you. It's not every day that. I wonder who sent this to me. It's so big. It's a mayor. David. Why are you need help? Hang in this mayor. David. Elton Elton, John. I am a magic mirror hallmark. Hush your talk. I do talk, and I can show you your pests. But what's this out? Let's hang myself on the wall. Let's just move this windy KENDALL thing, he aside, and this rather unrealistic, looking in the genitals of nude man, eating great son, a dinosaur that's really weird, by the way, where did you get that? I would never mind and we need to move this portrait of you and the Queen eating spaghetti Buca the Beppo. Okay. Look good in your mirror. But I can't believe you're talking. I am a magic mirror. Like I said, I can show you your pest. Just read out loud. The words I display on my glass. Oh, let me see what do I want to see? I know. Maher show me mom and dad when I was a little boy. Hold on. Oh, my are you okay MIR? Oh, yes. Yes. Magic gives me into gestion okay? Read the words mirror mirror on the wall. What am I going to choose? I guess that's why they call it the blues. Tom hands could be spent with you laughing, like children, the song that made me a billion. Oh, I see my dad stunt wipe a minimum she'll lean. Just watch. Kind of two white. Dole you to pursue a career music Reggie. But you got as an all your examinations from Redford, you have a great future ahead of you. You should consider becoming a flight Lieutenant in the air force, like myself on maybe banking, baking fun, and everybody likes lollipops, but mom, but that you both have a background in music. That's true. I was a Trump player with Bob Miller band. We played for all the military, so except for the space force dances, mostly because base force doesn't exist. At this time and in space. No one can hear you played taps and I collect it records. It was my record collection is the problem of your new folly of becoming a musician, damn you Elvis, Presley, damn you Bill Haley and his comet shoe. Oh, you got the boy a piano lessons after hearing employees on your mother's piano. Well, he was playing when Aford at wells, the skaters won't spite ear. That's no excuse. I don't care at age eleven that our son won a junior scholarship to the Royal kademi of music. He also won a scholarship to the oil academy of banking. If you tried or maybe making lollipops for banks Reggie. You could be a sucker mak-. I remember that parents, do not want me to go into the music business. It's kind of where I got my love for flamboyant clothes, and looks came from. It was my way to rebel from my restrictive childhood hold on Elton. There is more. Divorce? You'll I can't take that you're such a free spirit. You know what I'm going to marry a local Pinson, aimed Fred Fairbrother? Well, if you're going to remarry, I say, remarry local while he will be carrying and put a step father and Reggie while affectionately referred to Jim as dearth where we will live in flat. Number one, a eight unit apartment building called foam court in Reggie can write songs that will that will launch his career as a rockstar won't ever. Do you do that? I'm going to have some tea, which is the British thing to do. All right. You do that their if there, why don't you tell us what you did to help? Reggie love when you call me turf. Well, I helped Reggie get a job as a weekend panel is set north. Woods hills hotel, he simply built himself as bridge iw, which is weird because his name was Reggie. Anyway. He played the cool stuff by Ray. Charles and such as well as his own songs, then formed a band shortly after then he called blues. Allah g by the day. They were Aaron boys. And by the night, they played gigs at hotel bars. Eventually they back bands. Like the is Li brothers major Lance and Patti LaBelle, and the blue belles. Remember that mic? Can you show me how I choose my name next? Yes. On the sex phone is for blue Allah, Judy Monday is dean, I an IB the focus. My name is long. John, poultry now walk plank. Why do you have any hush puppies? So what you just merged. Two names of your former bandmates together. That's the story. Oh, yes, I guess it wasn't that exciting to look back on, after all, but I did at hooky lease as my middle name, Hercules, Hercules, Hercules at that. Forget, who you're talking to. I am a night after all. Yes. So sorry, stop that, sir. Elton butter. You know could not have done anything without Bernie Taupin did. Benny we go way back all the way back to the beginning of my career. Show me my Bernie. All right. Just say the words Elton mayor mayor on the wall. But, but the Bernie, I'm adjournments. Hey, come here. I cut some the show you what is it miss Williams? Bypass my addition for liberty records. I was very excited when I saw your ad in new musical, express magazine. So did I make it, please? Please. Call me. No. You didn't quite make the cut for what we're looking for at least not yet. But I did want to pass along this envelope poems for you to look over the from a guy named Bernie top it sorry, I could help you with more than that, at the moment. Thanks. We wrote a first song together when we met in nineteen sixty seven it was called Scott crow and it was about farms, and scarecrows and Bernie used the wood. Oh a lot because he liked the word. I can see why it's so useful in so many situations like, oh, I didn't know your dress was on fire or oh I can't make it to dinner tonight because my dresses on fire or even. Oh, I should probably stop talking about by dress being on fire. Do something about it. Also, I really liked what a Tamarine could bring to a song. That thrilling. Great elton. Let's check back in on burning. She would I out and you right in the music tomorrow lyrics, you really just get me. I mean, you took the top bunk, and I took the bottom, which is crazy because I always thought you were a bottom type of guy. But anyways as I was saying, we have a great non sexual love affair. Just two of us. Good night, boys. Just the two of us in your mom boys. Just the two of us and your mum and this really is a tiny flat for all these people. Thank goodness. We're working so hard on getting out of here me writing lyrics and back bedroom. You fitting all my words beautiful melodies in front of an upright piano in another room kind of weird that we can't be in the same room. Right. And things isn't it? But it works for us how we do it. My lyrics your song your song that gives me an idea Elton Elton. That's all right. I'm kind of tied myself. I'll get some sleep now and just write it in the morning over breakfast. I know what he did when he gave me the lyrics, it was stained with coffee, which is weird, because we're British it should have been stained with baked beans, and regret of forefathers. So that whole time was just sort of a stream of consciousness thing. Was it pretty much Bernie would write whatever he felt and I would be I would Jerry rig it into a song. It was working falling. However, we would just spinning wheels plan on other people's records Bernie said that we needed to be performing in America, audit and want to perform in America, but Bernie insisted. Now, we are the savior's rock and roll in America. We went from being nobody's to Brian Wilson for the beach, boys. Hanging out dressing room all dressing room. We won't even come on your girls were a British blokes Baruni. Don't forget about me. John Reno Elton's manager. And I love her. We know John, we know I just didn't want anyone to forget. I'm John's firs gay lover, right? Got it. Lover that's me gig gave rat the bowl. That all happening span of three weeks. It was crazy. I'm writing in my diary at the time. Woke up watched grandstand candle in the win went to London. Bought Rolls, Royce, Ringo Starr came for dinner. It's a miracle. I held it together as long as I did. I you talking about your new love. Let's look at that. I didn't say I was proud moment in my life. I was working so hard that I didn't have too much time to think about it. I was always onto or making a new album all eight of them. Of course, what I did go off the rails that happened like missile as well. I was a real working. We know remember what I just showed you. Well, that was anything but PG team. But I have another PG thirteen life. It's not like after Greg quietly come back to my hotel room only glass of wall milk, and the gideon's bible for company. No one forced me to do drugs, and drink. In fact, more than a few people tried to warn me was how to control it took a family, huge f it to get yourself notice for taking too much cocaine in the music industry, nineteen seventies today. But I was clearly prepared to put the hours him but you had people who cared for you people who were concerned for you. Maybe we should revisit that open read the words on my glass if I'm most. On the wall when I was down. I was your clown. I gave you my heart every redemption has a stud. Damn put myself in rehab again. A soak. Glad you came to visit. This is this has to stop let you have your costumes, and you word blassie's, Andrew crazy hats, but you're cocaine and drinking has to come to an end. Okay. But any you're right. I will stop on one condition. Elton on new what you're going to say. No, you don't Elton. Come on. You know it's a good song on. Let me record the song and I'll give you give up cocaine for good, fine. Thanks, Ernie now, there will be no more. Breaking of anyone's hot sing with me Bernie. Nobody knows it. When I was done. Oh, I was your clone. Dogo Bergamo hot. Okay. Elton. Let's check you out here. Stuck with me. He was relieved and happy when I finally got help it remember that quite happening that way. Right. Talk few liberties. Do things I didn't know you could do you married. A woman in nineteen eighty four her name's not important. What do you mean? Let's take a look read the words out man on the wall, so goodbye yellow brick road, even though I look man. I married, my sound engineer and friend. This is a lovely Indian restaurant took me to Elton. Yes, it is. And busboy is so hot. Are you talking about road? Oh, no. Of course not. I only have blue is for you, darling, marry me. Yes. Of course, we will marry send Mark's Anglican church and Dowling cuss and Sydney Australia. A Lavelle vite silken, lace vetting gown and a gold, hot shaped pendants, featuring sixty tweet diamonds and I will wear the same thing. But nothing and I will give you a baby through as wedding gifts. What are you doing here, just hoping grandbabies since he said, you a Bye-bye sexual Rolling Stone? I was worried. I would never have any grandbabies. I didn't realize you hate it sex. What's talking about your mama's doffed? She thinks you all by by sexual. Yes. Someone who said by sex as and I don't want by fix mom. I told Rolling Stone I was a BI. Actual. That means men and women. Oh, well about Philly, but I, I am relieved that there's a chance for babies, you do know how to make Graham, right? Warriors marriage. And then we got divorced at the time I thought, I've had enough boyfriends, and that's not made me happy. So I'll have a wife that will change. Everything. I loved Vernet. She's a great girl. I really loved her. But, you know, it is one of the things I regret most in my life hurting her. Glad you know her name. Well, she moved to the country. And a lot of peaches and was never seen, again in the public eye. Yes. But let me see happy things now. All right. Read my glass. On the wall. Just of lead in Tommy Rod, Stewart, I wouldn't touch it with a barge pole DEA my offered it to me, and it looked like a big mess. The euro. That could be Chris. This is Pete Townsend Rudd Stuart turned down the role pinball wizard and Tommy, are you? Sure, you're not interested, pay your calling me personally often the role, I would say that would be Chris suicide not to accept I couldn't possibly say, no price. You would have to be an idiot to turn something like that down. Again. You. Well, I do admit that I've spent a significant portion of my of trying to deliberately annoy Rod Stewart that time was completely accidental. No. It was. He's might be a little soul but not all relationships with other singers. Where's tumultuous rods is mine? That's right. You and John Lennon had a pretty strong relationship that Neo say, so him and Yoko made me the godfather to Sean could we take a look at one of our first collaborations just say, the words whatever gets you through the nights? It's all right. It's all right. At least John and I never had a fight all keep filling with this song, but it's not coming up quite right. What are you doing here, just in the neighborhood thought that by song think I could put a piano to that? Sure love it. I don't think I've ever seen. You play before you really are great musician, the way keeping up with the rhythm changes and adding to such a loose track. Thank goodness. I'm not just a pretty face. You know, I can sing too. That's have you lay down some harmonies. Can you play the organ by chance? Yes, but I'm the worst organised. That's all right. It's not like that's going to make a difference. For me on the only be told that hasn't achieved a number one single, I'm in Ringo's had to I mean, he's not even the best Beatle. He's not even the second best careful a Rolls, Royce, and then had dinner with Ringo, not that long ago. Trying to say is it's not really go into matter how well, you organ skills, are it won't make a difference. Imagine only made it to number three on the billboards make good deal. If the song, whatever gets you through the night makes it to number one on the Billboard's, you come and join me on stage at New York's Madison Square Garden at my thanksgiving show. Deal. You know what when whatever gets through the not made it to number one, I gave him a ring to remind him that to his credit, he showed to my concert, and sang on stage with me. That was pretty awesome of him. Bad ended up being the last live performance John Lennon did before he was killed speaking performances that killed didn't UNM do a song together. We did that was kind of a controversial twists as it was. Assumed he was homophobic. Well, you do know what to do read those magic words, I can see what's happening and they don't have a clue. I'm an Emma's misunderstood and is really feeling blue. I keep getting attacked by the media for my Lear. It's being homophobic, what am I going to do? I'm not homophobic, personally. Just my lyrics are now Daito is sick and can't perform my song. Stan, what me at the two thousand one Grammys the sucks? I know what I'll do alibi. Jonah sing stand with me. Instead, then maybe afterwards, we can pick up some how women I would love to perform with yet two thousand one Grammys, but I can't pick up women with you on gay. What you're gay. Boobs. Benny and the jets now. No, it's electric boats boots boots, not boobs. Well, let your are totally bad as I don't care what your sexuality is. So will you do this on me? I got your back side. Just joking. I Gotcha back. I don't think you're homophobic. I'm not in fact for your wedding. I'm going to get you. And your husband to diamond encrusted, cock rings on a velvet cushion. Thanks. I've done some crazy stuff, but never diamond encrusted Cochran. Crazy. You really hope show that embracing diversity of all people, regardless of sexual orientation, is the right thing to do. I just find it funny that the bloke didn't know I was gay. You know it's not funny diamond encrusted, cock rings. Can you say out? She on my Willie. I feel that was really supposed to be more of a symbolic gesture than a practical gift. I knew that I was just kidding. They've gone on used okay if you say so, so while we're on the subject, what about you and your husband David furnish having kids late in life, oldest Zachary and youngest Elijah? You guys have been through a lot. I was sixty three sixty five respectively. It's hard to play Halsey of sixty three sixty five by the way, back issues, I was more talking about the documentary tantrums TRS the one day filmed during your maiden England who are what about it. Well, it certainly didn't put you in a good light did it, it made. You look like a selfish and out of control. Diva plus the number of outfits in that movie G, you outfit, the whole state of Rhode Island. It Rhode Island was into sparkly pants. Well, lots of people told me how was insane to allow that documentary to be released, but I loved it because it was truthful. There are moments in the film, where I'm completely disgusting and awful. But then I, I was discussing an awful, and there's no reason to pretend otherwise. Well, lots of people told me I was saying to allow that documentary to be released, but I loved it because it was truthful moments in the film, where I'm completely disgusting and awful. But then our I was disgusting awful. And there's no reason to pretend otherwise now by the time the documentary was released you and David had been together for a little bit at new. Yes. For about two years. So I fully trusted him in his vision, although to be honest, I felt that trust from the moment we met at a dinner party in nineteen ninety three. Or maybe it was when we consummated relationship the following night. Well you don't waste time. Do you, when you know you know, I would have married him that night if I could have, but alas couldn't get married. It was illegal in nineteen Ninety-three. And fact, we couldn't even enter legal partnership until two thousand five but December twenty first thousand five the very same day sieve the civil partnership act began to apply. We're one of the first same sex couples in the UK unto civil partnership. And then finally, when gay marriage was legalized in the UK in twenty fourteen we were married, who how that's crazy that you guys had to wait that long in order to get married. Yes, it took less time for me to be knighted than it did for me to get married. Seriously took maybe thirty minutes to an hour. You know is the first openly gay musician to be we could go and see for ourselves. But one, maybe one of those bridge versions, you did earlier, you got it. Just say the words out in that will take us back, and it seems to me, you lived you live like a Campbell in the wind sitting somewhere alone on the bay. Now, the citronella candle will not keep the mosquitos away. We are today. Tonight. For his incredible brilliance substituting, the words goodbye Norma, Jean. Four goodbye rose this remake of the song. No. How well it took you. It's my divine right tonight. Anyone I so too? Except but will be my nightly duties do I have to answer doors. Ever. No. And I don't have to do anything else. I don't have to sit at the roundtable, discussed axes or anything. Strictly for show. Okay. Do I get all more anything? What were you can't if you want, that's up to you extra? Well, that I'm going to get some Almer and I'm going to the hell out of it. I'll be the first night to joust with a federal boa as an God. Use use your ears. We don't joust anymore. You may have two times of c do that. Sort of rubbish there. Yes, I will be John of evil times, great-great-great free. Let's move on. Let's see. Who's on the list? Yes, Anthony Hopkins. See brought a can of beans with you. Thank you mayor for show me, so many things in my past. I've seen some of the best parts of my life, and some of the worst fake we have grown close out in you and I so do I. But wait, there's one thing you haven't shown me, and it's a pretty important part of my life out in, I don't think so. I think I've shown, you everything. No, mere you haven't you haven't shown me the day. You and I met Elton. Elton year right now need for magic words this time cliff gaze into my frame. Miklos day. Mccloy Tony day. U-turn more. What? It sounds like to me close it Tony. Had enough of who's the BAAs today. Ngelo samantha. I think that Queen sounded sexy. Tells your sounds in real. That's why. She's so quiet. She doesn't talk a whole lot anymore. I don't think I could never meet the Queen. There's so many rules when you meet the Queen, I would, I would mess something up and they would yeah. There, there are a lot of things they would everybody pretty much messes it up the clean, just, you know, I don't think anybody's ever actually passed with flying colors on their Queen meetings. I would plant a kiss right on her forehead that would probably get you thrown into jail. Get those guys with the big tall hats. To a Newt to think God for Monty python. When are we doing that? Christner gonna fight over the women. No more British episodes. I know there's one slated doctor, who's coming up on that one out. I can't wait for the money. To sit down to talk this time I could play Terry Gillam. Hey, go. What do you think Terry? Okay. On. We're gonna give Chris coconut. Actually have those coconut while I'm there at my mom's, but I have money python coconuts. Yes, I do their carved out and tied together with a husky of a coconut. You know we did a race. I the medieval race. And she looked at me and said, you're not getting coconuts for the race because I wanted to run this ten mile race with just running behind every. Do you want to tell the story where everybody met, John Cleese, and Eric idle? But, you know. This story has been talked about on the show about once or twice. Well, let's hear what you guys had to say about Elton John on Facebook KiKi Joyce, yellow brick road was the my first eight track. Yes, I said, eight track doored every song on it played it so much finally got eaten up by the stereo Elton. John is a prolific and consummate talent rocket man. Indeed, eight like the number of records. Not eight records, but eight track one of the worst forms of media ever produced. If you wanted to hear the song, again, you had to drive around. Plate again unless you get really good at folding paper and putting it in their skip. Or sometimes the song started on one track. When? Waited a couple of seconds and then started again on the second track. That was my favorite when they split the songs like that David said. So, yes, I am a fan since my first concert of his July fourth at the Foxboro stadium. Nineteen seventy six bicentennial Elton flying into the sold-out stadium in a helicopter. It was shit. Florida hot. I was sixteen and my mom didn't want me to go. But to seniors invited me I was a sophomore. I believe the British fan Slade opened up along with a few other acts road road away turn turn. Sorry that was slate doco. Breaking my heart was number one, and he was a hottest thing since the Beatles. He came up from the floor addresses a silver statue of liberty torch and all, and we were off. He was like this other worldly creature, then a God to me in a mystery over the many years, fifty sixty concerts stock him at hotels. Finally meeting him in person. I realized he was just like everyone else with all our insecurities, and when he came out as gay, I realized it was even more like me. These days have grown tired of the hits and don't go to concerts, unless it's a special one or he is promoting new material. A love his new stuff. Now, more than the classics and I also listen to have weekly on the beats one rocket our where he introduces me to new artists, and at seventy two is a disease is evident is more energy and more projects to Broadway bound shows. Coming out new album in the works the rocket man movie he co produced with this husband and a three year will tour. So, yes, I think it's going to be a long, long time before this rocket man, retires. So Dave, it's not a fan, not on, but you're also a fan Lor favorites. I'm not as in depth as David as a fan. But I do like his music, David actually was telling me that he's been in touch with some of the people that were in the script like the Ray guy. I think he said, and, and some other people so these huge fan Elton's okay for me. I don't turn them off the radio. But I don't have any one of his eight albums. I just wanted to compilations all eight of them. I wonder if The Lion King councils solo. No, because other people saying on it does, but he did all stove needed all the music. But I couldn't be solo because knowledge on. I don't know her real name, Nala, and Simba. That Matthew Broderick. So to Simba wasn't. Yeah. Thomas. A younger one, but Matthew Nathan lane also sung on the Elbe them. Right. I can hear what's happening. What new don't have a clue. Trio's down to to. All right. He was a young more hard. Very nice. Thanks. All right. Save it for the lion. King. Assode really done. I feel like fitting, he didn't sing any of that. That's what I'm saying. That's why solo album. Okay. Point taken. First call. I know and anything to say on L John not really fan. I was wondering, J, L could really need a bedtime story. And. Read it to me in a voice. So. There's a request for you. I'm in. The cat and he asked for the cat in hat. How is? The cat was like. Pop. Right. Agreed as that head. You know. Redford's bluefish to sure. Go. One fish two fish is not sure that's one of the longest one. Not if you know you start Dr Seuss, and he's my favorite author, by the way you start him. And you think it's going to be a short book, because it looks like there's only one sentence on each page, but the hundred and fifty of page and you realize it's a long book jute jot. Gac spac. He was doing smack. Loan doing cat in the hat would do way better than the Mike Myers cat in the hat. Boy, that's not to do. I really enjoy that one. Shrek as cat. It was great. Well, why don't we do our fishbowl fix than fax? Now you can start us off floors since your nearest the fishbowl. Worried that makes me. Every. New bed about. I think the Queen needs to make appearances. All right. Rod Stewart, Freddie Mercury and Elton. John wanted to start a supergroup called knows teeth and hair a tribute to each of our most Mark Doba remarks upon physical attributes I wanted to read that one. You told me to go first Elton became the first. Rock x four behind the iron Gooden. Toby of eight shows, like is our rooms. Which is now Saint Peter's bird school in me, Mateen, seventy nine. He sounds like a muppet. Or is? Yes, he's a muppet of my. Elton john. David Bowie's friendship had a falling out after Bowie referred to him as rock and roll, token Queen, and a Rolling Stone interview, John released four albums in one year or L. That's happened career. Those albums were tumbleweed connection, friends, the live album seventeen eleven seventy and madman across the water between October nineteen seventy in November, nineteen seventy-one. Let's just say originally, had six written. We were doing it by the year. So John his name, most of his Panos after female singers, including instruments, named for Retha Franklin Nina, Simone and Diana Krall lifelong, sucker fan, John became president and later, chairman of the Waterford football club in his hometown. During the height of his success in the nineteen seventies and again sporadically throughout the nineteen nineties. I read that like Pete Townsend. John is accepted fees in excess of one million dollars to be the performer at weddings and two thousand ten John performed for radio talk show host rush Limbaugh's reception, the money earned for these types of events are donated to the Elton John aids foundation. The performers charity devoted to funding and researching treatment for the disease the they're getting close to having a carefree. Yeah, the cared it, but it's not. The long-term. Yeah. One person so far has been cured. They're still doing more tests, make shirts. Yeah, that's pretty. That's pretty awesome. But if I remember reading right it wasn't like it was like a hard, cure, the need. I think they still need to perfect the cure, but they did it. But it wasn't just popping a pill. And there was a lot that led up to that. But he is currently testing negative for aids. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. My turn. Yes, let's you want to talk about aids. No. I'm good. I'm good was an interesting Tibbett put in there. Finding a cure for aids. And hopefully somebody going back, one day listening to this episode and in the future be like. Cured that like ten years ago? So, yeah. Yeah. Thank god. We're still relevant in ten years. Will be. I'm so glad the magic mirror on the wall told me that. Your song was first released by American rock band. Three dog night in March nineteen seventy on their third studio album. It ain't easy. John was an opening act for the band at the time and allow them to record it. They did not release it as a single as they wanted to, to let John upcoming artists have go with it. Cool. We listen to it. It's, it's different put the same. Yeah, yeah, it's really weird. Like they didn't put any different twist on it. Or else is still a bit better? But it's very close. The two versions are super close this very big piece of paper. I have for the last fishbowl fat. Now I'll read it. I don't like a lot of words though, so I don't appreciate this and it's a good thing. You're on a scripted. I hear eating Dr Seuss's my favorite author. All one hundred fifty pages of hop on pop. Helen was authored the lead and Harold and Maude in nineteen seventy one. But it was on a very big piece of paper. The full you. Hard. I never saw Dustin Hoffman and do know who knew very popular got a call following. It's got a cold because it's about an older woman younger man. Get Dustin Hoffman played Maud. Yes, but court. Yeah. Actually think that could have been Elton John. Let's, let's revisit the spear. All right. So so long ago since we said the title, what is the spirit it is twisted strawberry fest from Tampa Bay brewing company. It's a fruited ale who wants to go. I I'll go first. Is not. Harmful. It is not. Anything that is crazy. Good. But it's not bad canditates, like a jolly rancher that has set a glass of water and his kind of lost its flavor. I will give it a three because it has no aftertaste, which is always important to me, but it's not super strong on the strawberry or key lime either. Like I said, it's harmless, it's, it's not bad. But it's not doesn't really have stand out flavor either, so three for me to bring. Yeah, it's getting a six because I could I those would be gone real fast. Because there's no like the Afridis for me. Wasn't it? It was like nothing really. I mean there wasn't a whole lot of flavor but it goes down. Really for me. Hey. So for me it would be a six. But if I was going for a bureau ale for like quality, it'd probably be like a four. But for drink ability, I mean I'd be done with six and then I'd be like, all right. What else is? I went down pretty smooth. But it's as far as flavor goes, it's, it's not real strong. Like Chris said, it's not. You get a little bit of strawberry. I didn't really catch a whole lot of lime on there. But I drink it, I'm by it. I'd consume it all day long right, Lor. Mine by it. But if it was given to me, I could drink it. Yeah, it's not really a strong flavor of anything. Not even not even a beer, strong flavor new do get flight, hints of strawberry. I wouldn't even go to the extreme of a watered-down jolly richer. It's less than that. I was creating visual I understand. But like it's still too strong visual. Maybe you smell the strawberry while drinking water like. And you're like maybe there's strawberry and this now it's sitting on the table because it didn't make it in my drink. But I lead, I would I would rate it a four because I could drink it. I wouldn't go crazy and down six of Mike Sabrina. Pretty crazy, like I could drink for these of it was the drink of choice in the room. So, yeah. It's pretty harmless. I didn't need to chase it with highly the official beer podcast forty two. I also did not even need a case it with my sweet tea, the official drink of Laura. It was pretty harmless. Like you just drink it, and you don't need anything 'cause there's no flavor. All right. Bear master the first sip a thousand little rough. Because all I got was like a sour taste at the end. But after a while you get a little I like the little strawberry sweetness at the beginning, and then the sour kicks in so I think it's good. It's very smooth. I think the first sip actually caught me by surprise. I was expecting a little something a little more. But drink ability, wise, very smooth can easily down six of them like Sabrina side. But flavor wise I got rated a four because it just it was good. But I'd like more from the flavor isn't say, we could split three four packs, could split three four packs. Yeah, she's takes eight. I'm taking. I mean I'll. Okay. I'm gonna go get myself a four packs of brings getting the rest because, you know, she's still going to be thirsty after those six. But I give it a for. It's good. I just think it needs a little something more. I don't know if it needs more of the strawberry or needs more of the lime. It's, it's just nice so you get the sweetness and the sour at the end, but no aftertaste. It almost needs more beer flavor. It might actually something more beer flavor to it. It was surprisingly lack of beer flavor, but still very good beer. Well, the AB ever. No, it's, it's not on here looking for. I've been looking for this entire time. And. One hundred percent. Yeah. What does he drink those six? Done. It was candid in February of this year, though, fresh water downstream now. It's not even watered-down strawberries, strawberry sitting on the table. You drink water leak you smell it from a distance. Yeah. It's a ripe strawberry sitting on the table. Strawberries. Well after that sip Laura can you help percent AB? Okay. That's wow, that's it. That's it. Which is actually above what a normal beer is normal beers, usually four two to four five. Okay. Shopping offer. That's a two point eight. Really, that's it. Yeah. It's mostly seltzer. And that's what you hate it the other day to me. I didn't hate it, but it wasn't I probably never get again. It's gross. I don't like it. I enjoy it. I got pink grapefruit one pink reprove. Now it's regular grape fruit Norval yet. The regular everybody can get everywhere rose. Yeah. I like grapefruit. Did you have the lemon one that one year when they had it at food and wine? No. Yeah. They only had one year. I enjoyed that one. Yeah. That was good. Okay. Who do you think? Elton John uses the buy tickets to an John concert, who will know one because that's just a weird setup. 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Mikey Garcia vs Vasyl Lomachenko As Part of New Top Rank Deal For Garcia

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Mikey Garcia vs Vasyl Lomachenko As Part of New Top Rank Deal For Garcia

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talk now lance puck meyer a v l late times is reporting that mikey has eight meetings scheduled with bob arum end they've gone ahead or as far as offered mikey one fight at one forty already andy dom so far bye bye bye bye armas offered mikey fight of his choice at one forty garcia accepted an offer to meet with top ranked brass later this month to discuss plan that could leads to bus sealed loma chink many options on the table so i know a lot of people are taken back by the news because it's like yo he sat out for two whole years he set out for two years because he doesn't wanna be with bob and now he's about the get back in to bed wiz bob possibly maybe supposedly right so i dunno kind of interesting kind of interesting i want want to go ahead in a you know pull up a few things let's let's let's pull up some rankings in one forty let's pull up garcia's box wreck in man let's pull up the ceo loma chanko who he's going to be tied up with luke campbell he's gonna be grabbing at wb cnn meaning if you're mikey this makes sense right if if if you can get top ranked give you a tom schwartz like they gave fury and then when you're ready you go into undisputed unification would steal loma chanko now it all depends how you're interpreting that lane support meyer sweet is the potential fight with but still loma chanko at one forty since they're offering mikey a hundred and forty pound fighting vast cu was rumored to have to move up there's nothing left that thirty five mike you already said he's not coming down not this first fight so very interesting still some details that we need to figure out but overall this is good news i know the where a lot of people that wanted to see mikey garcia fight vasil limit chanko right away lum they want him to take the earl spencer out but he did and he grew from it profile race from without a doubt so much so the bob will sit down with him again so right here i'm screen sharing your current wb oh champion maurice hooker in the hundred and forty pound division i be a champion josh taylor wb see champion unstable made of mikey garcia trained by mikey garcia's brother robert jose ramirez enrages pro grace is the wb eight super world super lightweight champion now deep vacant wb super lightweight way champion is available but this is that hundred and forty pound division they're mikey is going to possibly come back to now i think it's gonna determined term in the decisions gonna have a lot to do with what they offer him in by the way i mean top rank because if they can't offer him a lucrative high profile fight then he'll possibly just go back to the rumors that he's denying nine have reached his table which are danny garcia right i i had the rankings pulled up nothing's jumping out at me and i wanna believe that verge ortiz might be another garcia fighter in by garcia i mean robert 'em what would they give mikey let's looking at wb a ranking since top rank and frank warren deal closely there may be a chris out jerry fight but i'll juries been doing a lot of business with his own 'em stop the jacket trail i i mean i don't even know these dues liam bottle chris all juries the biggest name their virtual tease the biggest prospect there nothing man postal way down at the bottom any idea you got recognizable name ivan branch act anthony gigabit raymond bill tron that's about it mario barrios down there fourteen a a guy wb see victim postals rank high josh taylor rank todd policies econo rank time nothing no super fight though no nothing big outside of loma chanko moving up to this division now maybe they're gonna give him a a one forty pound fight to start getting in the way back down 'cause we did watched that interview where mikey garcia where he says he can't make one thirty five his first fight back so maybe he gets this forty five again you know acclimated start getting some of the fat off he just had an exhibition where a eric dallas so maybe using that one forty they keep going down to one thirty five then fights but see a limit chanko who has the wb l and the wb eight plus the ring magazine there's also so v i d f there with richard kobe who's doing business with top rank now so is this the direction they might you should go the thing is he's gotta look at it like this if he goes back to top rank he's going there for the one hundred and thirty five one hundred and forty pound division obviously dacre sweet and they offer they could say look will give you the seal momentary check were gonna give you a hundred and forty pound fighter right will give you one forty pound fight will give you eight jacket trout 'cause we do business with frank warren will give you the arnold barboza i think that's a top rank guy you know and then will bring oh the seal loma chanko to face you if you beat loma chanko you move up and face terence crawford that i mean that's definitely some big money fights right there big money fights right there all they gotta do is lined up properly those of some big money fights 'em you know if done properly just like tyson fury giving that tom sure so you know you're giving that you know whoever you could find that you you did you in a you know fill that void you know beltran beltran is always good to give someone some rounds in and test them you know if mike you can knock out bell trae well then he's gonna have problems with crawford right a you go in there you you you take out belcher on at one forty you know you you you you wafer the seal loma chanko at one forty super fight pay per view it on e s p n and then if you can beat the seal you go up and you call out terence crawford that's my plan that that's how i i could see this only way i could see this making sense where mikey out of this far too many options on pbc and a disaster be the way i mean look you can he's getting better but i saw at one forty right not as easy fight reporter rico versus mexico maybe bring bring bring a you know might get a new york used these porter rican crowd taking the florida orlando maybe a used supporter we kind of not bringing the lapd mexico over sport erico right there mikey's hometown in then everything else you know and then i saw first denver seal limiting go then terence crawford maybe five six five five deal we'll give him a a tuneup in between each one you know so it's like but i saw you know loma chanko a and then you know another forty pound maybe like it now jerry you know something like that a a tire not i'm telling you there's no names out there unless he's gonna get down and dirty you know 'cause then you're talking reaches pro grass or the winner jose ramirez hooker but again we've we've we've run into trouble because because garcia robert that is trains hooker rather hookers opponent jose ramirez of jose ramirez wins you know from mikey it's no man's land you you know you you get active fire you're you're brother to stop training someone so the fight him that's messy very messy but i'm gonna go ahead and open up these phone lines let me know what's on your mind what's your thoughts on this situation mikey garcia possibly coming back the top rank as a deal or at the meeting set up already 'em talk about these calls are brought to you by el camino electrical services experts in electric vehicle charging stations for consultations in turnkey installation visit us at el camino electrical services dot com all right all right all right let me see what we got own line looks like we got a boomerang in new jersey i mean i'll i'll tell you what i'll be i'll know what's good what's good ness order when i when i listen first of all i wanna i wanna burn a little bit i'm gonna get to the action but ness you add is something tbb added that top bring diet to the lexicon man ever innovative nesta gibbs in the box invoice added that top rank diet to the fucking lexicon of the sport so hats off to you for that man it is because this is what you're talking about this is what you've been talking about all these years the top right diet right i mean i wouldn't necessarily call mikey a i don't i don't think he will get a diet and they're not if he goes through my hypothetical 'cause if they give him like a a bell tron and then he goes with the loma saint go out forty and even you know possibly crawford there's some fights him you think in now and i love the way you laid it out of a performer you giving my back's back but do you think i noticed sport will accept those fights 'cause like i said we're in a different place the old the old i mean as much because if he could bounce around but you know one thirty five one forty one forty seven you know who's not gonna respect that who's not gonna still respect him as a hall of famer and a great fighter he's taken on challenges even if he if he fights take davis right if he fights fucking kroger right yo nobody should all mikey he went and took despots fight that shit to boil so it had to be back to it's not just that she had to be a bag so you figure you know even even a hip hop you see juvenile i'll go back the cash money you like doing more focused on never go certain artists are fucking would they be again they have to be throwing a bag i got a man for him even sit down at the table with some guys you gotta be all from something good men in in maybe that's reflective of you like those old throwing money at cats and now all of a sudden top rank a bob arum he got open but not that bad fucking money back so but not i don't even think mike he knows what they're offering him yet i mean i think it's like you know he's expected to meet with them so i think that's when they're gonna roll out the red carpet and start doing the you know dollars that you take a solid does own pressure to dissolve in put pressure on more fuckers man bobbing in zona doing pretty good business seven eleven has more and drink time you've been taught singing in your car random lyrics stored in your brain combined choose from flavor filled slurpy and viggo drinks chris coconut water energizing cold brew in hot coffee fresh organic cold pressed juices invigorating energy drinks cooling appear lease i t's refreshing deer park one hundred percent natural dylan sparkling spring water plus many more only at participating seven eleven stores let's say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents you'll proudly mold along and skip anybody noticed you mow the lawn till people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complained plane about having to motive on again good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance which of course we'll go right into the lawn progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurers discount not available in all stages situations he sent he sent ramirez over there without a problem in in hook hook up with so vania cnn without a problem for a guy like so sidonia you see a lot of two ways shit over man y'all i mike he is as far as the actual you know a total box and matt mikey and i that i'm a i'm a jump back interview oman monarchs you just wanna hit the list broke that i so that fight is not as easy for loma i say i don't know you listen to you fema lopez in kobe in mikey he has some point even before it is it's a lot of movement they could do man there's a lot of moving they could do in that if mike you can actually get down to one thirty five i'm personally not convinced eating it back down one thirty five at this point all i think you know one forty one forty seven or if you really wanna fight somebody he do a couple of catchweight a shit and i was like you know what for that side and i even think that could be made to danny garcia i think danny garcia needs to step out there because he in the same position is fights that danny could take where nobody gonna shit on his legacy and nobody's gonna shoot on his ability even his opportunity in the fight maybe against spence bidding somebody would count him out but i think somebody says the rematch with thurman the rematch reporter a fight with pack yell or rules fights i think you know people will give danny opportunity in those fights i think we need to do is kind of go that same wrote we talking about garcia's glass saying well mike he's going 'cause mikey see my cooking up something good and i know you said they're just sitting down tomorrow but shit i'm excited about it man i'm gonna let you go man always love what you do man i'm out i mean thanks for calling in you already know boomerang status in the building then going out to another boomerang in the building blocks of where you're donate to the show was going oh it show boy h money mr does own the bar sent voice two thousand nineteen rookie of the year in this along mighty garcia man he's a great fighter ain't never does anybody i may he beat adrian bronner he moved up in weight two weight classes at five the baddest man in earl spent at the time he never complained that you never complain bob starting him off and may start and now he's like he's coming back to weigh his options in arcane blame you know why deontay wilder says they risking my life in their brain so he needs to take the best offer ended up oh we could still make the fight with danny garcia see mexico versus porto rico i believe that's a big fight i wanna see him possibly owned his own working with her yard always say good things about him you know what i'm saying that alone mikey no he make the right decision and hey guess what the right promoter because these fighters name promoters you know what i mean if i was just promoter i wouldn't put him up against earl spent you know but i made it we look at it as a positive he did his first pay review in his name just got bigger you know so i mean you know they come back like a troll jackie and i will boehner right right back you day guinea h money may great call great call is always been going out to mastermind joseph in texas talk to me big boy going on that's how you that's what up what up man a man i dunno i dunno what they think of this you know because it it is he signed a deal with top ranking kind of like an you know what was that whole year all for you know what i mean the whole the whole out for because if i remember correctly it was only over like that type of brain felt like he had one fight left on the deal you know so that in in in in pardon me also things you know because in granting he said it was different but you know spiders there's especially after a loss you know their mindset changes i think nike could be thinking about cashing out maybe three more fires in an you know an out of there and what better way to do it gets you to bounce back go beat loma chanko and you know who knows maybe finish it off with the crawford depending on how that fight will go up book pretty beat loma chanko pretty do you think you can beat him absolutely absolutely look man like i said earlier today i am a big advocate there's weight class or reason an end at one thirty five one single that's more the maxed out so coming up against the guy who is so much bigger with mike as mikey with metro skill i think to a i'm not gonna say who going in that you know dominator stop opened up about that but i think mikey beats i'm a veteran and you're just too much too big for him up almost one goody goody going out to boomerang kansas city mac talk to me a lot of glass that's crazy grazie home loan that i might be do but a well known brand and i'm all alone moment my let's say stop his normal normal some did some different so you're gonna have fun with that i wanna say more about some other side is the big juice or a little low moment garcia the liquid that one i'm out all right kansas kansas city madman thank you as always for the call we're going out to me see here we got brandon talk to me a good now can you hear me just a user in like like oh he's they know when they come the bucks in this business and not person at admitted they may might have had differences in the past but when money right all that shit don't mean not or enemies of come together put something together to make that she's like oh that's why that's always but when most folks are saying well then it aj fireworks held up called the mother fucker shirley instead of shelby annihilation both come up any feelings about that i should have a man this is business and i never personal mike party had issues with top ranking the pet when i mean he realized manifest monday right on gotta like a burial but she only got like everybody buddy i work with so monday good i go back over there and make them money i got like a negative makes money waiting but that's my comment i think it might happen but despite that book congress should stay away from that okay f td lie eight money it's great it's clear that that garlic really good mark up all right all right yeah man it ain't easy that grass in a backyard champ zone no man but the show some pictures of yogurt his brand a we going out to marcus in dc water what do boxing voice man you know what it is man yo check this out ness you gotta he's the low lay out and everything so you don't check this out so instead of bail tron suppose you could be komi did come forward right he's a tall fight at a bigger fighter if my if the fight is about mike you come down top rank got another do a you know they got another do i forgot his name he like a one forty is well 'em but you bring komi komi just beat belcher on right basic subject to shut down till everybody obi shut out the money shutout to a mike king i mean look check this out anytime we already had thought about this if you're you're beginning stage career top ranked one of the best promotional companies you could be with his always willing you're able to market yourself in not no longer want be under like they low boy fighter pay scale the do most fighters have issue with bobber mcgill koto mikey garcia manny pack right to name a few trickle in common they hit that pot yet but they whip so now mike he's his own bosses different it's like in your own block when you were somebody else's run you're gonna have a problem but then you go get shown block and they see you play you're working you aka to come together and collaborate to bitten brand komi up the forty i think loma chanko tapped out at thirty five past called and said now nobody developing their stock markets as always man thanks for the support we going out to see the talk to me well what happens in still a like a takes london judy little pax east pass through you know all the all the top but like waving father said man i dennis and they they they gotta be you know some kind of being a what you actually brought it up made a lot of sense you're you're are you on a speaker or like no i'm not gonna be around things up now you sound way better all right we get yeah but a low no but what'd you say earlier about a fight at one forty but you did say move loma up like own really think that they would make that fight at one forty low might think loom was too small for one forty and i don't think bob would take that risk i mean that is is a monument but if you're if you're thinking about lomas gonna be undisputed at thirty five one c b a loop campbell so he'll be moving up the forty four another division it'll make sense and if it doesn't work he's already old yeah true an end yeah he will be undisputed but wouldn't that make it that fight even bigger at one thirty five mike instead of or make it bigger from mike you won't make it bigger for loma lawnmower whatever ready achieve undisputed status that's what i'm saying so the belts don't matter at that point the fight with mike he's bigger than the belts yeah but how long do you think like that's our like i i just have a hard time believing that i will be at one forty just 'cause just 'cause my you know the size difference lomas little michael misquoted i think it might be a good negotiator he knows you gotta tell top brank the he's got options paper view options at forty seven so he don't wanna go thirty five simple is ron yeah yeah you make it a lot of sail loma never been on pay per view lohman needs mikey who do better ratings will definitely definitely amy mike sure there's there's nobody really on the brink so that could do type of loan talking about and i were talking about rumors mike inviting garcia danny we're talking about facts about steel moments ago fighting loop fucking nobody gamble so you know he's loma that he's fucking garcia from real yeah true true but if they do make that may not be excited about it in the proper fight super sure man that'd be that'd be i mean i know they got history so so that'd be that'd be a good buy from first shore may hate the country but you know bell is bringing let me go to what do we got we got what what what what matt glossy texas stand up the machine gun what up chant yoyo whatever you write checks is end up building anti loma in the building there's probably one of the one thing that disagree with my brother batman like a i feel like as we as we kept bringing it up and talking about it is it's really coming to fruition with mikey coming in sitting next the bob and now all of a sudden there's a deal being made i feel like this loma mikey fi is gonna get made but the problem really is these two guys ardy not agreeing on wait you know mike you're saying he don't wanna come down almost said he don't wanna come up i mean i feel like eventually i feel like the like you kind of like what you were saying earlier how it's gonna be on how long will be undisputed but it's all one matter to me this would what matter because this is the fight that in a sense the boston public view as this little more will prove you as you know pound for pound number one you'd be mikey so i see i see top rank giving him of a good like maybe four fight deal i don't see lumber mikey happening to body maybe the next year summer next year you know get mikey in there with a one forty five getting but to give him a fucking no name at one forty and they get a little catchweight at one thirty eight and then the loma five will come one thirty five all right my a us a story about seven eleven has more drink time you've been caught singing in your car random lyrics stored in your brain combined choose from flavor filled build slurpy and then go drink chris coconut water energizing cold brew in hot coffee fresh organic cold press juices invigorating energy drinks cooling appear lease i t's refreshing deer park one hundred percent natural dylan sparkling spring plus many more only at participating seven eleven stores vegas banana republic factory plus fifty percents off the entire store are biggest sale plus take an extra fifteen percent off dresses only a banana republic factory there matt thanks but golden going out to boomerang age money talk to me i know i just wanna say home you know mikey garcia man this guy is amazing bro we definitely definitely gotta get him on his own end up you know people talking about loma chanko no much i go vs mikey garcia what about the homeless hangovers is devon haney that's all i wanna know they had a lot of energy source jabbar say david calling him out but i never heard bob arum or low much i don't mention that maintaining night never enough you know what i mean he he he sent the message directly the loan which i don't say less fight but they won't keep the same energy in this any just call them out on the breakfast club what does he have to do to get despite whereas they talk about it next you fill me in this is a huge money the rookie of the year shutout so my brother mark is shut up tbb shuttle said all cmg money money might we're here next year one more is he tells me bro guy his boat mark is alone not two thousand seventeen year he told me i got his vote in this weird i'll just speak in fact cbd polite keith army tomorrow let's go out west you go keith olbermann on his show last jedi let's go honey do we see we see the light joint patriarch border wars we're here boomerang status joseph talk to me texas yeah man it just one of those that did it the i i can't wait set aside the happens 'cause i wanna make sure i'm there in person so i couldn't i couldn't watch my brother a you know oh watching watching watching man go down to mikey garcia then i'll i'll wipe the two years of marriage with what the money i went from but now man we will see what happens a it's been interesting i think they necessarily like i say yesterday were so like not newsworthy statesman really good man shut up a boxing set up the tv mike rather hear you feel better tmz promotions lookout super make september thirteenth uncovered a knock some heads off jamie you don't get that work to one sixty eight baby that's michael all right big super max listen if you want a lot and you wanna talk make sure you press one jess one time kansas city mac a boomerang that is talked him so when this this this this this was especially where the sisters no man a what's being a what's gonna happen is mike he's having a meeting with top rank but a they've already offered him a fight of at one forty of his choice and then you focus on land is to get machado so did not at one thirty one thirty five this at one forty so far along forty is all that we have yes oh on forty atlas premature on that one it's just gonna be at once where there's there's different on obama i think it will end up being at one thirty five maybe they catch wait that long but they're not gonna let alone will do that will stay miss will stay because you know age money brought up a point he didn't even know he brought up right 'em yeah so loma chanko go ahead zim fights fights luther campbell now he's undisputed right now he's got all the bells right except kobe's so he's not undisputed is just unified but then he's got mandatory if they pop up but on top of that hey me is going into it w nbc eliminator with some do we never heard of ford at wb see anyway so that's what i was trying to show that last caller said yo but when they fight all the bells maybe maybe not maybe all those sanctioning bodies postpone things but you know hey means our eliminator he's our trying to get that fight you know you got komi china get that fight so i think these do you know why at least by seal might drop the belts to get the mikey frank is this just a big fight i dunno but decatur georgia talk to me i will end in mind what a everything coach m i just wanna say this wrangled sharecropper real quick see this might by mike even entertaining there's a conversation about that's what i was trying to let everybody know everybody's wondering why towns with top rank why town without right shout it i'm telling it got down bomb you know their their own money you dig so he proudly breaking my real real nice doesn't even both back when he was on the show he said they do thanks sure if you know what i mean so there might be with that whole time right thing by and plus mikey garcia smart my father you know he always make calculated move so that's why he entertaining got damn busting he talking about only achieve now back dom i wanna i wanna see danny garcia mikey garcia the reason why i could really tell me if mikey garcia can't hide what one forty seven he couldn't he spent but spence here's a special offer but somebody like danny among the tough i think and i hate to say it ain't saying there's no way you did god damn danny kind of like the bottom you know what i'm saying he loves the party lost the diamond but he you know what i'm saying he right okay now i know not own but i do wanna see that fight and low low low low in got them all garcia i wanna see catchweight it don't nobody wanna go down don't nobody wanna go up god damnit ducats wait you know canelo the king of that shit you'd eat though there might call shot out there by the might get back on his show mine i'm at lives low man thanks for calling in as always looks like we've got eight new caller in michigan detroit michigan a three one three five nine nine who's this hey what's up man i've actually called in before but i called in on my workflow in my name's jerry detroit a hollywood we only other other callers that and i think this is kind of like a swan song from mikey garcia so i think he just swallow his pride gonna finish out his career at top rank h money with the whole drawn to davis devon hate anything come on man seven he doesn't want any part of lohman chico dr davis the parliamentary go broke the greatest sacrifice drawn to davis when they were talking shit to each other on twitter quarters rated called bobbitt just fucking sacrifice tobon tate alone but good point do listen loma go understanding lost that motherfucker could kill a guy ten way class above in no give some credit anyway but other way i like i like the fight man i think it just happened a couple of years ago i think mcgee had a better shot he might be kind of shop born after the spent like a you know i i top rank things involved i hope to see the fight a thanks to the they say opportunity the call i last time i hope my feeling better i've never there so he wasn't feeling good i don't know what's going on with them so you know best wishes the mike everybody have a good night thank you well thanks for calling in jerry mary appreciate i got you down so while i would definitely a dress you properly on the next one wanna thank everyone that soon then this was just say breaking news a show so hopefully you know this will get you through your day at work if you're working catching this on a podcast don't forget the drop us a five star review on i tunes out with the visibility the show lets us know the true appreciate everything we do and you keep us number one on i tunes in the world globally keeping us the number one boxing podcasts out there man we do appreciate it greatly and don't forget you hit that thumbs up 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Inside Supercars - #234 - Winton Wrap

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Tony Whitlock post Winton week gained fabulous sort of a weekend from my point of view, Craig, it was some good rising over that a little bit processional times craziness in penalty department with t touch wood going on a few times. But some really interesting moments during that weekend, Craig. As you know, I was only there on the Sunday on certainly the action race belying trends that we've seen through helps said last few years was set today was the action rice where everything happened and the Sunday rice was processional based, but there's plenty will talk about out of that rice throughout the show tiny, I would say that there is a lot of things. It's it is proverbial Subic house at the moment is proverbial over the proverbial duck. There is a lot of peddling going underneath that water. But it's just bobbing along like the Titanic Betty's years, one thing that was interesting out of the way. Kim tiny wall certainly the penalties that would dish out a few jokes. They are about maybe the drive is standards advisories, getting paid bonuses on the penalties. It, it was a bit crazy at times, and far too many times, it seemed as though PayPal running side by side who. Maybe it wasn't clear clear cut case. But it seems that they jumped too quickly in heading a penalty at I think five fifteen penalties. The Sunday rice, a number on the Saturday in those consistencies to the Fabian, Coulthard, one certainly raised a few eyebrows around, not the fact that he was given a penalty that he got fifteen taken was Dave riddles taken off James Courtney in thumping run he gonna five seconds. It just it was a boss disparity in ten seconds on the track user, nobody and can make that up. Whereas Dave Reynolds, was, I will to on Saturday. Hey, was able to breach that five seconds which in the end got him that podium, but there was a lot of controversy and a lot of discussion around the fact that Scott McLaughlin, had read the rules and said, if you're off at what was that term for you can re as long as you rejoin. Four flag point nine. You UUP not perfectly able to do that. And some people were saying it wasn't in the spirit of how the rule was written. It was for someone in ipad. Got tossed off at full speed and damage split had bits hanging off the car, and the idea was for them to be able to take a short cut to limp around now, it blew up on social media, and then it had a second life win Scott just happened to post the, the driving instructions which clearly stated that what he did was perfectly within the, the rules. But there's the rules isn't. They attorney on the spirit of the rules. Yes, it certainly did seem that things got awry, and I think fixed up to full head. I certainly think that the winning of their re entry rollerblades some quick looking at a show that will happen. The other part about it was I felt the communication to the public really didn't do a great job. I think that right Bates. He's jobs were the communications office of survey. Cows should be getting any information in a beta format then they are because clearly varies. It's like an I failed, you know, when when rules are protein and, and the public data on the stand it, and he Lewis lose enthusiasm for things when you can't understand why they doing things the way they were when that's not how it used to be done. So I think it's certainly something we will have to be taking a good outlook themselves over what was interesting tiny was that this weekend seemed to have more contact than all the way previous weekends in the twenty nine hundred championship the drivers, perhaps felt more confident on this circuit than others to stick it in there. Or is it a you feeling? It's a case of that. The, the rising eastside Kleist now having that lunges the only way that they're going to make a pass because there isn't a lot of difference between all these cows, but I think it's going to be a combination of savings, every certainly widgets action track for a long time, and there is very very tight racing. And it's a track that does lend itself to people having a go to go it because there are a good number corners where you can do is successful pass in some corners, where you can't. And I think that the greasy track combination of the track and maybe the two degree there. The feeling in the championship people warning you needing to make. Nine hundred themselves reinforce it I were at here. So, yeah, it, it certainly interesting to say the way which it's boiled up to reset pointed at this time of the season. Scott McLaughlin, how has ten wins ten wins by wings Aven, Jamie wing cap, who's the grand master of Saupiquet pricing, made the, the coming quite flippantly of never had ten by Wynton. Yeah. Yeah. Ten four days of very dominant performance. And particularly when you add him the I think it's nine pole positions in fourteen races. It's, it's quite dramatic. The parody she didn't write its head of the weekend or clearly, the day, Jay paint. Ski to Mustangs head quite a sizable advantage. Scotty in particular. I think he had a four zero five tents on Saturday, and Sunday, backing up, what he's done in Perth. You know, he clearly has a, a leg over the rest of the field, I would suggest. The digital team paint ski organization and because of that ticket bracing themselves for the next couple of weeks. I think they expect that the Mustangs will have more changes made to them before Darwin that's gonna be fascinating to see how it all plays out. I want the other bits of us over the weekend was, of course, the unfortunate Nick problem for Richie standard away, which goes him to step out of the catheter three of GR aim, and Chris pay the who is his co-driver in the jurors had to step in for the Sunday rice, the standardized, Nick had become too Sawyer he'd already came up, first of all tests, ten days before end. And Chris certainly did the best job. He could do in the circumstances stepping into the KYW visited briefly on a Friday for a couple of Lepse and then stepping on Sunday to practice qualifying and the rice and he bought hermit tip top fifteen. So that's better than the counts being showing through most of the ISA. That was a good substitute for Christian with do that job on Sunday. Mtm on Sunday, tiny your thought chessmaster came in got ties on that light competition caution. You could almost call up when I hit the tell will Davison scour off the track, and Nick perk, hat, he was seriously in with a very high showing and for memory they pulled him in as well. And fa Chaz who was, you know mid pack, mid mid backpack. Oh the Beck. Pat of the field he was able to really maxim. Monetize ties in his last few laps. But for, I think finnick perk, hat he got he got done over a little bit by pulling him out of the line. Yes, indeed, it certainly was interesting to see that. Nate kills gonna probably have a top five position. I think it would have been. Before the stop eight certainly. Did well to again be in the points. And I think he's kidding himself. Well, and truly inside the top ten years. He's still in seventy plays in the points. But chance was a fast moving man in the end the. Shane normally one who gets a light tar has that charge wasn't able doing jazz was able to close right up there. 'cause jazz made a couple of mistakes the rice, but ilise able to get back into the top ten. So all those interesting rising, I thought that there was some terrific folding, afford, coupling new young kids, one in New Zealand another fifteen year old from China. My debut, Sony dominance say with the top four qualifies were all full summit cars, and they want three races. In service re Jag no Jada the form of the full champ last year. Hated well wanna rice he won. The red. Some interesting rices to in it. One of the great things was it goes. We didn't get the big downpour writing that we all was going to happen. So that was a terrific thing as well. Now, the minded Davis Silvestro tiny way, do you see her? She got hundred off on Saturday. She had another rough time of it on Sunday. Certainly not spun out as heavily as she was on Saturday on Sunday. But weighty see some minor at the moment. And what about her future? Well, you know, this is the font of three contract with Kelly racing and Harvey Norman's sponsoring. I don't know. I really don't know. I mean it's, it's it'll be in the land of hobby home and deciding with getting the value add of not, and they'll do their own, whether it's actual questions. Go ask customers or I gone to get some gauge on the level of. Public acceptance of her and in the Jovan, the Brian being advertised on soupy cons. It'll be interesting to say from what was going to be because we're going to be a sponsor of by Halle Newman. Changed and became a cow sponsor of it'll be see where they, they continue on in the future. But, you know, the next question is going to be used to with Kelly racing will continue one off of. It seems that I wo- continue with an now. They've put a program in the car certainly have shown with at least one party and this year and on dry certainly the staying at in that team. Gary Jackson qualified wellness said. They couldn't back it up on the Sunday. Ego turnaround. Re Kelly, I mean he wanna rice at Windsor last year. But this year wasn't anywhere near it. So it's a real yoyo for the team from one year to the next. And you've got to wonder is to win. They will beginning inexpedient. Yeah. Indeed. And also congratulations tonight, imprinted guests in the team that they nominated for Logie once again, and the, for their if it's the Baathists Craig Lanson Steven Richards, prevailing on that day, and the coverage of Baathist, once again, getting that gnawed for a Logie several see how it all pans out over the course of the Logie's, and it was interesting to say in which the why the weekend panned out. I mean it was obviously a what two twice twice over four. The good folks DJ Team Penske. But the good thing that washed out of that really was that people got through woods. I should have, you know, for instance, it was great to see that dive riddles on both days was able to be up right near the top end he could will easily had a party in both Saturday and Sunday. But just a slipping one going on Jamie wind Cup was back on the podium. Again, I don't be sleepy they've regained some of the form that they had been missing for some months. It was also terrific to see that on Gartner. Again, we're showing the form bit unfortunate. In fact, very unfortunate for we'll Davison who had continued. He's storm form this year with, you know, he's had ten top team results in thirteen races, and unfortunately DNA on Sunday with a train Sexwale failure. Interestingly, I've actually heard of at least two other transsexuals had catastrophic failures is she? So maybe the extracts, not quite all the said was going to be, but good show today with plenty of interviews. And plenty of words around first part of the statement will in fact be we'll Davidson and he's engineer Brandon HOGAN talking, and they've had they've had a good time. And a good blaming with the driver engineer retuning together. Will work goes but at if beyond teakwood racing is an air cooled. It was interesting to catch up with him. You had a couple of good interviews to will create with Andrei harm Gartner on dry. An angel Davis qualley. Yes. Dade. Well, you'll hear them in a few moments on the show, I want. Okay, dry with that was talking about things that happened. Lot of talk. And there's a lot of disquiet up and down the pit line about the amount of changes that are happening in suit because at the moment tiny, and perhaps we should talk about not naming names, but certainly people feeling that this change going on for change's sake and it's not being communicated as well as many would hope right? Okay. You had a couple of conversations seen also as an interesting doorstop press conference, and we'll get onto that in a few minutes, we'll get into the show show with Calvin views to stop the bowl. Rolling with will Davison in Brennan HOGAN, each way, joined the inside motorsport team is. I look at all the news from across the scalea and around the world. Ziqing the sport. With interviews news and opinion. Go to put money back into the sport at the lower levels to develop the kids and bring them up. You can't rely on could look for Daniel recount is all manned were found a few nights tips and money in and sending my direction, actually needs to be structured lettuce for broadcast on community radio and online at sport radio com. I you have us expressed on inside supercars including the panelists and guests do not reflect the views of the network thunder media or sport radio. Any publication will rebroadcast of the show without the express written permission of funding media is strictly prohibited. Dick Johnson from deja Team Penske, and you're on insertive ago. Well hearing, so I would say because I'm with will Davison twenty three raid, where Winton rice, rain is just run. Unfortunately, we'll wasn't running at the end of it for a pretty, pretty good year to start with in ten top teams and five or six top. Top fives. He came to mechanical in what happened. Yeah. Well, it looks like we've had a transactional issue. So he had pretty gutting trying to put a really consistent, easy gather and red bit of a tough tie yesterday. But, you know, we'd Vance back pretty well today, every gathered ourselves, you know qualified reasonably strong, we'll having a good rice day looking lot. We're, we're on for top fall, a notice the, the transit sort of wasn't sanding, that great from about ten or fifteen lap scene. But sort of stike pretty consistent for about thirty laps ahead. Everything crossed that it would make the end and unfortunately, it's like. Okay. So this is your food, transmission in your fifteen years or whatever in the category. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, I haven't haven't done many so category will will analyze an in-depth. It sets a new component control component for the season. You know, they you know, they meant to be rock-solid hawk Columba's last night. Anni-. It's. I believe that the, The Columbia's within keeping an eye on. And from what I gather them what I told certainly wasn't knee. It's end of life. So we'll be doing a big studies to watch happen, because it's very, very disappointing. Very, very costly for us as a as a team, you know, just throwing away a little points. Okay. No. It was a new car. Same kala's. Same number motoring you components around you from, from Los you this year. And obviously made that Big Joe put to fill a mention had hoped that would come. And you would design to come and sure enough. It has happened. Yes. Yep. Yep. So we show on moments last year that, you know, we and I'll voice can't fight and myself. And I'm just really, really fortunate that I've got someone lock. Phil behind me now that's got fight in me and wants to work with me. And and, you know, give us give us the best opportunity, we can. So I'll feel certainly since responsibility to reply human and bring him results, and collectively, we're doing all we can within half. How is to be competitive at group is the Twenty-three raid? So big step up joining teak foods like tell you, it was cool. You gotta why to go still to be to be winning rices. You. Yeah. Indeed. And tell me. The. Change of team going back to take food which you were at some years ago. It was eighteen years ago on WSB. Okay. It was oversee, so many comfortable you one racist there, and, and obviously enjoy that environment. So going back, there, again, was no totally alien things. Do not fortunate minnows grew Toronto. Tabun bridges in motorsports. A pretty small old industries, so. It was unfortunate in continue their off to actually being told throw in the championship for a couple of seasons. Streit. But out of very light. And a lot of people are still today. I think there's a little mutual respect this. I it's funny, how the world works, and in Iran about wise where we're back in the fall day and familiar, it's great to be back in a big organization with big resources and fast. Teammates in rural pushing each other, and I'm really enjoying being you know back in that environment. And. Yeah. Having heavy great opportunity again to to be wrought at the front. And the good thing is you've got you know, young yours. I experienced of the driver's Ed and had the most wins and Bathurst wins things. It it's good young blokes give you an foods Yasim, but they also give you that opportunity where helping them helps you the same time, doesn't it exactly? So I've been through, you know, through the rub of Saint at all being, they Don it and no way to apply. My energy now try not to let unnecessary things. Get me down a worry me. So I think I can help the young guys in a while. But I mean there now. Now. I just want us to go well, I want to work together and be productive not play guys at teammates and get drawn in all sorts of stuff copy of the energy for that anymore. I just want a quick and for that to work together as a team. So I think it's a really good combination at the moment of exuberance young exuberance and a bit of experience, and I don't think we're all making a metaphor. And one of the things with guys like both chairs and Cam and Lee that you all know that there's better ways to do things and you enjoy each other to do that. And imagine you, Jillian Lewis Brinson HOGAN, is who I've known for some us, you know, we're all working really well together, and they both had expectations and getting a bit highest very guarded with today's result. But yeah. Exactly. I mean, we're all working well together. And, you know, the engineers are working together, and we're still trying things as a team to try and bridge the gap to the very front of the field, but we're close and yeah, it's, it's very, very productive working environment. Oh, it was very pleased to catch up with Alec kids today. And how many times have you shades given outcome? So this. So this should be threes. Three two and Erebus. We had lost you twenty three hundred with Ye is wonderful. And I think you have a shop based opportunity to also we pre pumped we look forward and Beth this week, getting together catching up with both of them brothers together. Thanks. Thank you. Because we're straight after rice bordering still on the party of yoga, I should have been paying with Brendan hugging bringing on Jonah. What happens I on football. The problem with. Yeah. Probably twenty laps into the rice. He started complain about gay changes paying real what she and the geese the jumping internet. And, and then yeah, like, whatever let we're on folks should should itself. We doing that also drives. So we just we thought it would have in shelf, but we've just had a look onto there. And it's not that so yeah, definitely done. Some transmission, alighted code. Yeah. Yeah. Something's meant something else. And it probably wasn't meant to have you had previously, no one of these books. Now, this is at least ones being caught bullet bird, so yeah, it's been unfortunate. So. Yeah, but we learned from problem those big. Yeah. Frustratingly. We do okay. Now, yes, you didn't quite have the pace of the front pack tonight. You did. Yeah. We we actually got heat off of the first lap. So moves second loss of the first lap and go back to twelve so that was okay recovery. Trine suitor. And we were at the end of the I love we qualify. They had a position just with the weather, and yet it's the same same conditions for everyone. So there's no excuses there. But yeah, we, we qualified data position and. Yeah, we definitely we're at a position by the end of the first lap. And then rice back to where we. Probably. Yeah. We rice back to where we started. So. Yeah. Now, we'd we'd made some changes that slided if you the draw because up until like the rice we hadn't actually changed the car at all since revolted it like you striding qualifying pretty much, and it was Ryan conditions with changing. Changing. It's all I'm so yeah. We didn't we didn't touch car from the roll up. So fill this one, and there was Alex is I yes tonight will become. Yeah. Alex, same thing like he, he only got true joy, lots belts, Dan, writing session. So we just put him out on the wets and just let him go over and look it didn't come easy just to sit in the garage inside the trucks wit. So it just put me and give him some labs and getting the play with somebody judgments can do in the car, and yeah. Good progress. And I look really, really happy with the way. I like walking's feedback very good. And yeah he's. He's. Now, I've never worked with Alex, put the both. The Davidson boys. They're they class operated. So, yeah, then yeah. Now, definitely well rice proven those two. Thanks so much. Oh catch. You wouldn't make the domino council Rams. But definitely say that is cool. Thank you. All right. Thanks ninety. Welcome back to sir because we've got a bunch of opinions, I think all these interviews post rice days at right Craig, that's right. Dryhome Yana engine Tebas qualley and Chaz Mostert giving you thoughts on the weekend on Johann God after a month of motorized solid motorized seeing action. What's the next month run to Darwin looking like yeah. I got a bit of a bright got a guy back to his personal matter, which is fortunate, Tom. Yeah. I've got the next week handoff and then started we'll be at full of pollen, and then I think Darwin and then I got Zuko. So I'm another few busy weeks. And I have one week off in some three mourner is so very busy, and joy it at the moment. So certainly shine talked a couple of years ago. But how much bid he filters a racer after doing what you're doing now? Is that what you feel like? Yeah. Definitely, I think the more we can rice anything the bidder. It's just like anything when you go through those Brian. Patterns and I was wondering this weekend. Come in. Hey, off to drive in lost four weekends in a road or different cars, whether it would affect me, and I think it definitely had a positive effect. What about what you guys that are you happy with the balanced now because there was a lot of changes. I've the off season and even a few into the season. Yeah, I think we're sort of as good as we can expect rot. Now, we're sort of pushing into the tin, regularly and rice thing around dead. I think that's the key, the capability of Al car if we can get it right on some days, you can get a podium Philip Holland, but the stage where we sort of, is where we are and mature. We, you know, he's trying job, buddy shape order something dress dressed come. I'm not sure how we can go will all based and look forward to seeing how you progress over the next few weeks that certainly sounds like a fun time. A hidden will after next week. It sounds like a fun awesome. Thank you. Deepest qualities some nice that helps the draw standings of the head and much work to do this year because he certainly rolled at a bunch of penalties this weekend at Winton. You're on the receiving end of one of them. Yeah. It's, it's one of those structures start how the pass every moves a bit Darcy. Yeah. Yeah. I was on the receiving end of an incident which got someone a penalty, which are spun and then today on Sunday made a one off. The was a fair move and go to penalties. Yeah. How it opens it out. I'm about to show off the view and have a chat. But at the time I thought it was pretty stiff does a blue the lines on what's fair move. What's not nailed for you? Or do you think it can be cleared up in having a chat to Craig lighter? All all have a chatroom in saying, but yeah, it's hard because on when we started tuning in move our saw front wheel. So it wasn't it wasn't wasn't there. Not there. I was I was more more corner than anybody else's. Yeah. How that happens on to show off to, like I said, I haven't actually seen the incident but at the time the end from what Evan in the chamber will pretty unlucky. And that kind of ruined day one the incident through the penalty. So we lost probably a top six trinity just based on one moment in the rice, and bit disappointed with accurate other Foscari got a bit of a. Got a bit of a break down till you're next head on track. Yeah. A little bit break. I'm going back to where we had a really good law. She is how can carry this form of spayed over, which we've had philosophy rounds and get it back results, which we didn't get this weekend. You're always a fairly confident chat, but you more confident now in the second year with the way that you've been out to Jill through the second season because occasionally second, you drive has a bit of a draw after all the heart of the first u. Yeah, I feel like I'm getting more comfortable improving and getting more out of myself and the team every round than we're working really good together between old engineers myself, Dave and everybody else in the same. So we're getting stronger and stronger bit going to my second year. It was more home and feel sort of. Of belonging to bunch on on our day. And obviously it's taught and everyone's fought and hard. But. They were really deserve it so. Yeah. Where with quick comfortable time. Tom, we're not gonna fought hard to keep where we are. Well, it was an interesting weekend, and it's going to be very interesting to see how everyone shapes up at the top end. Yeah, yeah, there's a look going on. We're going to do to catch the the front to, but the battle off, too. That's pretty Todd. So is sort of party is up for grabs if, if, if we do a good job transmitted, an interesting weekend could only be the way we describe Winton twenty nine. Downs. Good to get a poll. Good to get a second yesterday. We didn't have the best role that today but you know we were in a good position. Maybe you're not far judge just made a mistake on the opening lap, which put us back and then the rice is just the way wall. So very lucky to salvage something from sixteenth on the road. So can only be really happy with we've yet. Downforce hetty. They reset the brain before you go off onto the trek again tonight. A completely get away from this paddock home kick my feet up, think nothing of soup because and enjoy myself going to get any other racing in or just hanging around go counts, or anything in between noted older, I wanna think of rising whatsoever, going fishing. It's pretty much. All right. We'll the best and look forward to seeing you pick out on the trucks. Thanks after the Reich would each week. Join the inside motorsport team is they look at all the news from across the scalea and around the world. Yeah. I mean it means a lot in through the years, a lot of reference, this race is one of our majors six hundred miles around here is no easy task. And may start out with. No, I was not a family. Webcasts. Don't community radio and online at sport radio com. Don't you joining the conversation? Post your thoughts on apple radio Facebook page, I am really Jones from the cool drive racing team. And you're listening to inside civic house Tim bed Woodson through gist is one of the biggest doorstop press conference, you had standing toe him and then suddenly, the press pack of young straight gentlest arrive. And anyway follows. I think you're seeing rolling conversation with questions coming from numerous journalists to teammate with the ahead of take good rising. Colin. And have them. Where we were in will pay. No. Oda cards them. And you never say that was the subject jecklin. What he said Chas. When you went back at target said. Ten out of this. Six seven thousand whatever it was. And you've got six get on the air. Get. Judges writes pretty hot. Go to. James, helping himself off at that point anyway. So a lot of life size. One of those things draw jewel eyes have their own opinion, but fifteen seconds, seventy pretty son is what it is become changes. Raid on what you're doing. Wanted to get full cows on in the top ten leaves oversee challenges in qualifying side to finally get him up there. Joining me say mentioned top ten for a little bit. Disappointed in funds. Tonight it I think we have displayed in particular to be on the front row. Didn't send enough study max Reiss been on the front right side. Even though we had the pull cows ten we're a little bit intelligence hunting, and you're the by pretty off yourself now soon as you stop a call me a little bit last year had four in the ten Muthu don't enter that and certainly this morning. Go forward attendant everyone was like we wanted. Right. Every now and again mobile. Habeas, top second pasta these ten nights. You say every again, we sort for years with, with win Cuppers. Well, sometimes probably just in design the become moments in given a 'nigma confidence levels often been a very strong qualify. Win sitting what we got at the moment, we got a raise development off on working hard to bring that in the next few months. Overrated harder. Fewer talking in the cath. Got a role that plan over the next few months. I would never confirm or deny that if you so you can speculate a why do you Hopkins? Faye tracks. Run. This place. Now, when we're testing in eventually months, Tom, I'm which tested for this rice, because we wanted to white until he actually had some new visits s Robin. If we on the other teams have we really just would've been testing for the sake of overly you, you're right here in the levels completely different. Wake on. Wait. So you gotta be careful how many testing and we've done it, and low yourself into a post insecurity, because times I'm not for the Ambien and the different rubber that comes down status card. Now, one of the adjustments anything else as far as I'm concerned. Yes. Confirmational dangle. Casket never ever. I've never ever be any time. So it's one of those things that I always have it this lady that they could change. Fire them away. Nothing else. They consider the vide- very different tracks. The poor guard is contained the ballots, one it was just with you. Late. Late. It's hard to compare because you know made the changes on the run. And so unless you're actually made the change halfway through. I rice waging never feel the difference. They just arrive in Perth, and they've got a different air melons the night win tonight. Well, they're going to be like at the new surface free. Those changes. You know, begin we haven't actually tested this year. We kinda even do a lot of Harrison's today. So. We just do you know what we've got on the day and as. A we would be much happier to cow as we wrote at. I know would be one hundred unanimity on that amongst all members of rice. Exactly. Real gang. Raid on. Data bit, because I'm not we unloaded trucks on Thursday. So rule here and it might product at. Wondering. Five anyway, that I think that we had to try the my grandmother. Chuck some product we do a food. I lied. I go the lessons out of it as we do. Woman changes. The commission. Whether it worked. Right. You didn't never from the result. And he did what any giddy tonight? Top ten and a much stronger result. But you look at his heists in very, very badly. But he's still many top non at in the right side. We always news, both bed with much stronger result, in any prove that point today. Yeah. Save a lot of them this far more than in the past from it. I respect that will be that was drive idiots. But. Yeah, it certainly can suspect felt how dumb volume what happened the times. Wanna procession what you'll get? You did last night. Who? Explain porn of yet. And he listens. What? Known. I wouldn't. Why? Greenwood issues rice. Thing that drove a very. And I will always do that. Review. A lot of debriefing. Realized. You know whether enough. Enough, getting out of the venue, Leila, everything up. We could drive off. Across that everything the left with the rice and get into trouble. You can have twenty. You're next. Inside, you'll every time everybody's. Unfortunately. Generally when you go. Three through the Cova. No running. Next. Generally flat. This category. It's hard to actually lovable. Through come on. Navigating row. That's over. Howard's rice. He's gonna be getting road and run track. All Evan opinion, as that whatever time, which was different as the beta. Specs every weekend. Interesting there in that little bit of an inside of what happens after rice tiny that, you know, some people often say, oh, wise, it all the Simon, it's because you just try and grab these people when they're available. And if it's an all in, it's an all, and you try and get your angle in there without perhaps showing all your cards to everyone else. Same time, it's also interesting to hear other people's questions, things you may not think of someone else's, you know, who's individually involved in a series of asking someone a board member someone who's only commission and who's, obviously, go a large stake in the business teammate would start to the various aspects of the business. They want to talk about so off the right gets back with things on it civic, has h wait joined the. Side motorsport team. They look at all the news from crosses stralia and around the winning formula, three I think the fantastic environment made to be doing ever fillet from tho- kind of a career in contol, such is because mistrial or thing. Giant talk back in first win their PD doing inside modus for broadcast. Don't really radio and online at sport. Radio dot com. Joining the conversation post your thoughts on our Facebook page. And to ask a question Email insiders at sport, radio dot com dot AU. Printout supercars. This is Ryan story from DJ. I team Pinski enjoyed the show. Welcome back to inside safe because it's fun of this week show. And certainly glad beginnings where I leave and the world at seven snowing today's back inside anyway. Monte around the penalties serve because like many others in the world have to have competitive penalties is not so much these massive new penalties being produced in the series. It's the application of because maybe it was more competitive. Maybe it was, you know, more people wanting closer to the front, maybe the pressure of the season is being applied. But it seemed to me that soupy because need to do a beta job in communicating to the public, enter journalists low, we get list of what's happened comes up on the screens all those things, but it needs to be communicated beta, why these penalties happening the why they did seem to me some inconsistency in the way they were applied over this last weekend, but will white and say that they're very quickly put together and work at us to what we should be doing. So that's it for me from this week and Craig your final. My food is. We're seeing a lot more podcast, leased is, of course, inside supercars the original supercar podcast. But of course, Andrew van Leuwen, Marquerita David Reynolds have via podcast. There's the FOX sport podcast, which is morphed into the loud, piddle and now Jek rewelded, and our own Scott McLaughlin, putting out a podcast as well. So I've got a whisper tiny and exclusively on inside soup because I can tell you about a potential new podcast. That is going to hit the wives very soon coming soon. Stroz bosses podcast, fabs, and the dove. Not a huge amount. Cool Todd and Jimmy wing Cup curls. The tame devoid to bring you a hard hitting look at the world of soupy, Qasr. Yeah. Yes, podcasting, big just getting in the social media, actually. So I'm a little bit behind the podcast thing, and I'll have to kids. Don't miss. They will. I'm sure at the dalwin Krant tickets on sale now. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. How many hours nothing risen thing give you a bit of? Give you a bit of chemical run. This. Hey, hi. Shit fabs in the podcast coming. -cerned arching and Spotify. Well, we'll sit back and enjoy that and look forward to future weeks, the booth, and another motorsport podcast strata. It's certainly interesting to see the diversification and to have the opinions out bay. So that's from this week's inside serve because Craig Valence clock signing off inside supercars is produced by thunder media Hyun in next week for more at sport. 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I love that was going that'd be on the lineup and then we got all this stuff and we get to discuss it with coin haley today. Hi what's up hope. You're ready for this for quite a while l. born to do the show today. The matrix is my number two movie of all time and spider-man's number one hero of all time and arachnophobia is an excellent title. I just have to give credit to adam into booth. That was incredible. Aw what today has why. There's so much to go through right now and it's like i had that much time to prep for the show. 'cause i just walked out of an interview and everyone's like look at all this stuff that broke yes. I'm so eight minutes after clutter heroes craze eight minutes after the network. Doesn't it haley. I hope you are well rested for for this conversation because we had a very big week and before we even get to it. I just wanna know north bend film festival two thousand nine hundred. What was your favorite film of. The festival actually have three that. I want to single out okay because i said one before show but lied about more specifically which one that is then. I loved extraordinary <hes> very fun sort of good coast exorcism comedy. I loved knives and skin by jennifer reader who we had on the podcast. I might be a little biased but i also thought it was an awesome movie. There's there's yes yes and you missed it. An sad but villains was great. It's so much fun and bill. Skarsgard is just missed a twenty one. I got to catch it comes out all right. Let's let's get into this story. Big greed here so we you guys all of the key information deadline is reporting that marvel studios president kevin feige will no longer serve s. producer on future spiderman movies last few months have reportedly seen a dispute between disney and sony over the co distribution rights. They've shared since two thousand seventeen spiderman spiderman homecoming and a failure to come to terms as essentially jettison fi and marvel from future spidey projects an update to our original article stated a studio insider told us that this comes down to producer credit only and our understanding is negotiations are ongoing according to that deadline report for two more films are still coming down the pipeline with holland in the title role and john watts returning to direct whenever these projects come to pass feigen. I will not serve as lead creative producer and apparently the decision simply comes down to money sony reportedly turned down an offer by disney of a fifty fifty be co-financing deal on future spigham projects a deal that may have stretched into other m._c._i. Entries in which the character appeared oh boy right so you where else to start a fifty fifty co financing deal. You hear that sony turned it down. Just why do you think they would turn it down. That's crazy. That's crazy and i think it's the more we hear about this the more it seems that this is negotiating public right because that's a crazy thing and i don't think anybody anybody would expect that to go through that negotiation works you kind of walk up and throw it down and then they can try to talk you down from that but that that's insane so no i know why would they take. It's a crazy thing to say to or a thing to have made public when sony is doing fairly well to with the spider man brian obviously venomous huge financial success and then on top of that spiderman into the spider verse yet now is the time for all of this and you you know for all i know a lot of this stuff was going on behind closed doors for a long while it's just i don't see a scenario why sony would need to accept a deal like this. So how can disney ask ask for more. I think it's a tricky situation because the universe is set up so intrinsic to marvel lor like spiderman. I i can't go home like what's the third movie going to be. If there's no setup with the blip is part of marvel the setup so far has been tied to marvel. The last film has them set up as a major new hero within the e._u. And a lot of the core spiderman things like the spiderman comic like the character of spiderman the way he exists can't exist after far from home. <hes> spoilers for three months made over a billion dollars with jonah jameson knowing who he is. There's no daily bugle. There's no going to high school. There's no underdog. There's none of those things so right now. It's a tricky position for the film to go forward in any direction. I can't imagine it going forward without the same people steering the ship that had been steering the ship because without kevin foggy steering that's the difference suit tween <hes> some of the other films and this feeling of spiderman the way spiderman fits in this universe. I don't know what sony movie will look like without the captain and steering yeah why. Why do you think they're making such a big deal out of the credit to. I mean obviously you know bumping up the deal from five percent to fifty percent. That's a huge deal too but then that statement that we got from a studio insider says this comes down to producer credit it wh- why would they not want kevin vs name attached to their films. I i mean just a shot in the dark because i definitely am not on the situation but it could be a step towards ultimately fully dissolving things and i think the real blizzard there would be like tom holland and the fans because what we have is a on both sides honestly in new and over at sony we have a world where spider man now has been introduced a sort of parallel universes so there are ways to to right around this especially with the success of you know into into the spider verse. There is a precedent for people wanting to see that so maybe to take it away a little bit and to make it more of a sony property. I'm not not saying. I think it's brilliant. I'm just trying to in any way make logical sense of it can't wrap my head around it right. I just i can't wrap my head around it because everything is going so strong wrong. You're both going to benefit. If you just continue to play nice and you know the other little bit we have here that we're hearing from the studios. Is that you you know. Sony doesn't think this is a done deal and they could be willing to come up from that five percent just not to fifty percent. So why can't you find you know a not even necessarily a happy medium but a more appropriate number. I made the mistake of going to live chat before the and the idea of boycotting so like sony's done nothing wrong here. Sony is a studio that owns a character that wants to make money off a character. This is a film industry that involves money business sony wants to creep making their flagship character their flagship character. I understand both sides. Kevin foggy shouldn't have been shepherding a universe and doing all of that legwork for five percent. That seems really low. Fifty percent seems really high almost like a public negotiation. There's some sort of conversation wherein what what would be more insulting than like well. We're taking your name. I'm off it. I think our tactics. I think all of these are very public. This is a really gross the internet's the problem. This is a really gross. We know too much about this than then we should all of these types of deals probably happen for years in the film industry but it's so much more public because superheroes because the two big studios because it spiderman all of this stuff should have happened behind closed-doors because it might be fine but because it's not fine at this moment everyone's like screw this entire studio in that glorious spider verse movie they made will sing. Anyone should take that that approach because like you said we're talking about a business arrangement here. They gotta do what they gotta do. In order to best suit their operation but you know given the fact that all this information is very public. I'm just curious. What would be your stances if let's say the headline. Was you know the deal broke down. That's it. They're partways then then. How would you interpret this if you didn't know the behind the scenes mechanisms at play here much more civil lick that seems like a way less <hes> the details or what makes it so there's more animosity knowing the details because then you you can imagine imagine the meetings you can see all these things i understand kevin fogies frustration because you're in a position of you made these two andrew garfield movies in a way that the spiderman didn't translate to the audiences. I am translated this character the audience in a way that has made you two billion dollar films. I know he made eight hundred fifty two million dollars venom movie but the only place that spiderman hasn't been at sony is in the live action spiderman universe marvel characters movies so now it's a really tricky time to like. Here's the rug so it no one's winning here and i don't see any side is being evil but everyone's everyone's trying to make business. It just shouldn't be on the new like it shouldn't be as public as it is yet because there's nothing definitive yep definitely no one's being evil. We can't you know blow this out of proportion portion to that extent. It's just you know right now. All i know from disney's perspective is that fifty fifty split and that seems outrageous to me so right now. I'm like like disney concert yourself dating. That's just negotiation tactic yeah no and that's just again to reinforce points just business and it's something that that will will always happen and has always happened but doesn't usually get reported because it's not about mc at this time where we have no idea what that future and also likes to a koi brought up about the problem being the internet right now all. I have to work on right now and that gives me that feeling like whoa. That's that's not okay playing this thorough little right now because we don't know what the outcome is going to be. It does seem like the it's not a done deal by any means right now but you know let's say this doesn't pan out all that well for spiderman in the m._c._i. How does that reshape what you think. The future of the m._c._a._t. is going to hold for us. I am this is controversial. I think that after spiderman far from home spiderman needs to go be spiderman. I think the last five minutes of far from home are them being like here's now spiderman. He's in new new york. He's finally web swinging. Mary jane mary jane we've gotten that the universe built up to where we've had the marvel cinematic universe version of the origin story we've got iron. Man is uncle van. We've got the power and responsibility establish. She's had his existential crisis amazing federman number fifty. He's walked away from the suit. We've had those big linchpin moments now spider making his own thing. I think now would be an okay time if they had the right person steering the ship for him not to be necessarily as tied to the i want kevin feige involved. I want spiderman. Where is he's home to have kevin foggy leading the ship but i also don't want it to necessarily have doctor strange or to have four. I want spiderman. Spiderman is not always an avenger. He spider-man man comma occasional avenger. He's the guy he's the underdog. He's looking for food. He shouldn't have access to start tower and i want there to be a slight derailment that way and i don't think that kevin feige should do all that work for five percent but i also don't think that it should be a fifty percent like i don't want to only see spiting vendors newbies. Frankly i mean the way you just put that actually kind of gives me hope for you know the outcome no matter what it winds up being because either. We're in a situation where tom holland. Spiderman continues to exist in the c._u. Which has pleased me to no end right now so yes give me more and more and more but this point in time could be a reasonable out just if i if i follow through with what you just said with basically you know giving him a smaller scope bringing him back to his roots his hometown friendly neighborhood yeah exactly so if now is the time for because it's not like it needs to be completely wiped clean of tom holland as spiderman because he's not part of the m._c. Going forward. He can still exist as the individual individual. We have come to learn as you know like who he's become in the m._c. You just as a sony property. I don't know what kind of line has to be drawn in terms of like m. c. so you can and at that point but your version can exist under sewn in every single universe has a different designation in the comics on purpose six six sixteen ten. There's there's reasons they delineate like when you watch spider verse spider gwen animation is very different from miles morales animation for a reason. I think the disney spiderman they've made this character is very important to keep with the same creators because this character is the farthest from spider man comics while still feeling like spiderman they can go. We haven't had the traditional origin. We don't have a lot of the tropes. We can't like. I said earlier have joni jonah jameson all those things so you need. Someone has a long term plan. No one has long term plans like having foggy. He probably the next ten years of spiderman mapped out so he is very important to this so i'm not saying and just go sony. I'm saying have this team. Establish a better balance of where the money is and have it be a actual negotiation because i feel like that five percent isn't fair to either side because i can't imagine the amount of work that goes into making the universe work and being like i'm doing this for how much being good for anyone but i also don't think the other extreme just being sony film is good for spiderman. I'm an android apologised but those are certainly not as good as these movies. I also think i love what you say about him going off and being spider man a little bit and i would love to see that be the more of the future of his individuals spiderman films but also like that crossover goes two ways right and i hate the idea of then tom hall and not being in the bigger ensemble films. That's just heartbreaking for me. I was telling you before the show. I feel he's such a beloved character and i i feel bad as well and whenever you're in a screening of a film that he's in there's always like an applause pause when he comes on screen he just brings us level of excitement so i too hope that they can find the healthy middle ground. Tom hall in his. I said after my jay johnson subsequent to london when i met tom holland he's the first actor i think i've ever met where i looked in his eyes and i saw spiderman and i was like i this is an actor this. I'm meeting spider man. I don't wanna lose that and i like him in the industry where i meet all these people but he was spiderman so it's really special and he spiderman in the context of the vendors but that doesn't mean he's always an avenger and i think now is the time to make these designations but i don't think a splitting of ways now is good for anyone but i also don't think that the way things are worse for everyone all right so thinking about the whole splitting of ways thing right now who has more to lose. Do you think if they wind up parting. I think sony has proven with venom. They can make a lot of money without marvel and i think that marvel is proven without x. Men in spiderman they'd make a lot of money without their old alien characters. I think they both have equal amount to lose but they only have things to gain by fixing this. I i couldn't agree more. I definitely think fixing this is the best path for both entities. It's just like i would even even though again i mean we talk about the so so much. A movie talk like disney. Just this colossal force in hollywood right now. I mean really what do they have to lose in any situation that they've got the kits to reach into. It's just of all times sony seems to be in the best possible situation for something like that to happen because they basically wound up with the best of both worlds where they would be able to walk away from a deal like this with the foundation that marvel already gave them why would marvel wanna lose that and just handed over to sony. They had twenty communities without spiderman. I know this is me being a wine baby from a creative storytelling lake. Why would you do that but so so. I mean so it could go but i i will say. I don't think that's what it's gonna come to. I have a very good feeling that we're looking at extreme cream numbers right now and there is there is a very big possible middle ground here and someone is going to wind up being okay with whatever deal is struck. We're seeing a lot out of really apocalyptic headlines right around that are very like cut and dry and i is as we've discussed clearly not the case and hopefully they will realize what we keep harping on which just like there's no winner if that's what happens the only way to really win to figure it out in some way that's mutually beneficial but i do do think it's important to note that all this like. Tom holland out of the m._c._i. For good spider-man's done with kevin foggy forever those those are a little preemptive and at the end of the a day if you want thirty percent you say fifty and the five that's there you look for that bartering chip and this is all very public and very and it also comes off the heels. We're not mentioning the fact that they've they've got the spider verse movie getting an oscar. They've got the spider verse sequels. We've got the spider verse t._v. Show and they just bought insomniac games and he's got spiderman p._s. Four right now sony is is just going like lucrative gruen bales so it's a great time to be like well actually. There's this one little problem over here. So it's timing wise a very convenient. You don't wanna come to to a table to to negotiate when when you're on a high and sony is definitely on a higher level tender both on a high right now. No one's that okay so there. I think obviously ah obviously again disney and you are on a high. They've got the highest grossing movie of all time but it also feels like so like high high high bigger clip to fall off of and there's a lot of pressure on them. I mean yes. They've had some great installments in the m._c. You what they pulled off with. Endgame is something else but now the the pressure is sky high for them to continue it and tom. Holland spiderman is such an important piece of that puzzle that i do want i do wonder do. They have more to lose. Who's bhai letting that go. Did you notice by missing from the face for announcement because it went over just fine. Nobody was outraged to see. I think that that lack of outrage was with the assumption that he would be better. Yes but like there was plenty of excitement for all of that without him. They will will absolutely be fine. We'll they have written themselves into a bit of storytelling corner based on how he was set up at the far from home yes absolutely do i think they can right themselves out of it again. No doubt don cheadle and terrence howard look very different. I dislike on a little upset at myself when you said that and it was the truth i wonder i wonder if it has something to do with the fact that like the most recent installment we did get was a spiderman movies and my theory from the beginning two thousand twenty three is five years after two thousand eighteen thousand and eighteen snap twenty twenty three they released in two thousand twenty three along with guardians and black panther because that ties into the actual chronology snap therefore the movies catch up to real time. That's when my theory so therefore face five ties in beautifully figure that out it's right there so i think the reason that we the reason they didn't announce panther to guard. He's the guy spiderman threes because the snap those it was the first ones we lost of the first ones in real time but that does show the power of marvel with or without spiderman and that does show that sony has all the cards right now because they have the character but i think they both need each other in an equal measure which means more equal pay. You shouldn't have to pay for half of your own character own it but it shouldn't be a five percent. Ninety-five percent for the amount amount of the fingerprints are all over homecoming and far from home. It's not a five percent input so i think this is just once again more public than it should be because it's all right. Here's a follow up question from the live chat right now. Lewis is asking if you were sony. How would you counter this offer. Twenty percent like i would just barter yeah just and then not saying a final offer twenty nine you just saying that's what used to knock it down and then i'd also offer you know like we will have more created like kevin figgers probably like aware of face for and five and how much work that is so i would also offer. We'll have more creatives involved in your conversation and will allow this freedom. I would i would support the i would support the moral side more creatively 'cause. I don't know what sony brought to the table creatively except for having the character so i would stress the fact actor. You're not going to carry all that weight because think about it. They the average person might not know the deal. They probably don't and the average person probably doesn't distinguish between the m._c. You in spiderman airman so sony can just go make a spiderman movie and they'll have all the good graces of the all over it because people will have just seen ironman at homecoming and far from home so when you watch vitamin three. They're not going to notice like it. Just doesn't feel like an m._c._s._e. Film and it's still going to billion dollars spiderman. Do you think that sony might counter. This is totally spitballing like okay but now we want him him in venom stuff like that. We're gonna we're gonna take a little back then that character an interesting wrinkle to throw in the mix there i mean it would <hes> uh it would be a smart play for sony especially given yes venomous accessible think about how many conversations we leading up to the release of venom houses moving in a work without spiderman petermann and even though hey i liked benefits. I also think it could be a much richer experiences. Spiderman were involved so that would definitely work in their favor. Do you ever think think that became part of this pitch process feigen and the folks over at marvel would ever go for that as being part of the deal. I actually don't really think they would but the new interesting bartering chip to try and get marble push down. I just think that you know they're they're golden. Nugget is the creative over at marvel and they are not going to touch anything anything that anybody else other than kevin feige has had creative oversight on. I totally agree with that. I just think it's a card. They have in their pocket for bargaining. It's part of the strength drink the m._c._i. Cohesively overseen so if they have that like the over here and we don't talk about jimmy and then venomous so and i liked the first one a lot the more than most but i do think it's not the it's an it's an early nineties comic movie and that sully the whole flavor of the a._n._c. you all right before we move on last chance for now at least any other point. Did you guys wanna make about spiderman feel solid with personally. We know what we've discussed in summation. No one's in the wrong here. It's more public than it should be. Just accepted the fact that i got to have a heated discussion seeing spiderman in marvel as if this exists because it's been it's been thirteen years and i still can't believe it. If this story is any indication. We're going to be covering. This topic probably often for a little while. I mean i can assure you that if we get updates on this. You're going to let you know about all of it so stay tuned to movie talks. We're going to have so much more to cover with spiderman sony the future the zoo you name it all right. Let's tell you a little bit about some other programming. You catch on collider video actually right now. There's a brand a new episode of comic book shopping up running. Check this out pam cordray andro here at golden apple comics and i'm here with jackson a done. Yes bright burnt himself. 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This news broke eight minutes after we aired so we don't talk about spider man but you just heard it here but we do have other stuff to talk about including d twenty three and lots of he man excitement just check it out and i am excited to be here to talk about spiderman because i was really afraid of wouldn't get to vent 'cause 'cause man that was tense mccoy all day long enjoy that content as we move over to story number two now it is our matrix story so apparently the matrix matrix for it is happening variety reports that loud on what caskey will write and direct a fourth matrix movie with kiana ribs and carrie ann moss reprising their roles so given all the rumors circulating about the matrix. I was surprised to hear this especially given the ending of revolution. So what do do you think about this news. Where could they possibly go with the story. Now i gotta let coin ready for this movie. It's okay in one thousand nine hundred nine twenty years ago. They foretold how ominous technology was gonna be. That movie was so prophetic and now we're living in an age where we often often don't know what's real and what's simulation whether or not you go to burning man. There's a very zatarain surreal quality to what reality is because of fakes because of technology. We've been overcome by technology technology in real life and now there is the perfect time to make the matrix four to retroactively fix the matrix two and three which could have been one very good movie rumor was i heard this this was back in the early two thousands that the animatrix and the matrix two and three it was supposed to be a trilogy but they wanted to do one before the matrix one after the matrix but because of the star wars. I don't know if this is true. Through warner brothers like no no no so they made the animatrix and then they split two and three into two movies but it should have just been one and that's why this movie's uploaded. I don't know if that's true but now they can fix that the matrix is more timely than ever keanu reeves is back in another hot streak carrying moscow's incredible and jessica jones. I love the idea of. I don't know why it's it's one which hausky but i love the idea of original crater coming back to a franchise that actually changed cinema. The first matrix is one question for you though so so. I think you use the word retroactively we're. We're talking a lot about ret cons lately but we were talking about something even before the show started that i think might be important to point out here when you say you know do things retroactively ret con whatnot. You're not talking about necessarily just like wiping the slate clean and saying this never happened. You're talking about adding it <unk> adding to it enhancing it. I haven't watched them in years. I've watched the first one planning but the second to there's an entire sequence if i remember correctly with the architect where there's a bunch of nieto's what easier franchise to fix than one where there's that many reality is easier. It's a movie about coding recode. The damn matrix is right there. So all you needed was the people that want it and the technology to catch up to make it different enough to make it worth making and the talent and we got all that in this announcement one of my very favorite things in this announcement is a quote and it says many of the ideas lilly and i explored twenty years ago about our reality are or even more relevant net lake more relevant now. That is the key terms phrase whatever that suggests that this franchise is worth bringing back. I could tell your super into into whatever <hes> was pitching this now well. It's just something i'm really passionate this year in general and storytelling is all the use of parallel realities alternate timelines justice that is also in any property and immediate fixture problem like it's not annoying. It's interesting it's exciting and and this is a- an ideal property to do that with you have to you we also have seen so with halloween. You can go that didn't happen and people will be okay with it. It's totally fine but by incorporating these sort of parallel words or re recoding as you said you don't have to do that you can satisfy both realities without pissing off a fair legion of fans who probably would be like what we saw that happen. It's real may chase recorded voted well. The thing is we say glitch in the matrix in everyday vernacular expression yeah a glitch in the matrix console all three and four we can actually go back and have a deja vu black cat experience and that's exciting and canneries doesn't age. It's very convenient. I that was one of the the biggest things about the story just seeing that the two of them are back but also we only get one which hausky this time which i find very interesting just curious. What do you guys make of that. I mean it is an interesting scenario that you hope is not in any way negative. The fact that lily was mentioned in the press release speaks well and the fact that they've worked together for like forty years see. We looked quite peacefully. I maybe lillies busy. Maybe she feels done with the story. You know there's a lot lot of possible reasons for that but it's it's interesting from a creative perspective if if that is solely lana on her own that i'm curious to see okay how the world might feel different when it's just one mind sort of creating this time around what's interesting to me is is that in conjunction with how many incredible creators came out of the matrix as we have like the john wick team and so many people that we now have directing their own work whether or not they come back to be like first a._d. Or any sort of second unit what the assemblage blue-chip the matrix is because we only have one which hausky instead of the pair so i'm really curious what the movie feels like and we'll be able to tell it's one of them instead of the pair of them because we've only seen them work together to my knowledge. I don't think i've ever seen a single hausky film. I think you're right. I i did like tried to double. Check really fascinating. There's always i'm <music>. I'm an apologist for a lot of their people. Don't like like i'm a big fan of what was the one about the the true through tom hanks. I liked that movie. I the credits of cloud atlas. They reveal who everybody played. Yeah i mean look. I like all of their movies yeah right up on the second for jupiter island because i love that speed racer summons emile hirsch whenever speed racer restraining emile hirsch was like yes. I'm here in tweets but like speed racer is one of those cult following. I think it came out six months too soon. The world wasn't quite ready for speed racer and the matrix four or is. I hope this is a movie that blows our minds because what they did with bullet time in ninety nine changed things. I can't wait to see what they can do. Twenty years later technology. I'm also curious are as has she says it's more relevant but also our relationship to technology has changed and highly in those decades and i'm very curious what the perspective on it is if it's still the the same. Is there any part of the movie where it's like now. We gotta plug back in the ass plugged in now. I know well. That's what's interesting is ninety nine i. I don't maybe i'm wrong but i don't think phones had internet like or if they did. It was rudimentary pretty average folks. I don't mind texting back marrow's still playing snake on nokia that point and you're doing like corey keyboard texting yeah. I was eleven so i don't remember who had i didn't have internet so what we are now. Now is such a different animal than what that movie represented them but you can watch the matrix now and it doesn't feel old yeah when you watch the matrix the first one it doesn't feel dated so i can't wait to see what they do with the world catching catching up to the reality of the already made. Maybe i'm just i'm afraid to see what they're about to foretell about the future basically the way they did with the last one hundred forty nine the matrix man. That's a very fair concern very very. I want to know but i'm not sure if i want a fair concern that speaks to how rich this opportunity entity is because it's very exciting because we talk about you know reboot sequels franchises continuing you know twenty years after the last movie came out you name it and we're always like well you repeating something like does this just seems like a really again rich opportunity to continue a popular franchise where you're basically justifying it in the pillars of the franchise itself so i'm pumped and for me. It doesn't doesn't feel like where we have like. Indiana jones nineteen where they're like inventing a new story. The matrix said the video game the animatrix and the two sequels this rich world. They've already built up that they probably had other ideas for or and had ideas for the last twenty. Here's a here's a question from the live chat briefly from who rang who's writing. What does what does it mean for michael jordan. He was mentioned to star matrix matrix review. Maybe plays morpheus as son but really quickly before you guys even answer that it was making me think <hes> oddly enough off. I am more into the idea of another matrix movie with keanu coming back with a movie basically being pitched as matrix four rather than getting what we were originally talking about about you know just prequels and different offshoots as much as i like michael jordan i kind of hope that that is done and it's gone and they just move move forward as we were just discussing here. I mean i might be remembering incorrectly but i believe that had a different writer attached they did yeah sounds like a pretty the different project i have no problem whatsoever with michael jordan being in this movie because he's phenomenal and that would be great casting if they want to keep that one little nugget of that project alive. I do please yeah but it sounds that they're pretty separate at least from what the reports read like yeah to me. This is a separate property but if he's on the radar is on the radar so then it's a good thing and it's warner brothers so michael. Jordan is very much on their radar so it's a great opportunity to clarify. I'll take michael jordan anything. It's just when i first read the read the the news or a rumor at that point that that's what they were exploring. I'm like okay but then i hear something like what we're talking about right now and that's the hook. That's how you get me back in. I agree i. I don't think a reboot released spoke to me but hearing the story evolved from an original creator really speaks to the original team for the team sending all right so so we are wrapping up story to a very positive note and i love the sound of that but we do wanna leave <hes> time for some live chat questions. Let us grab the grabbing another one from who rang because i want to talk about trailers right now. A few trailers drop today and it's not getting attention due to the big news antlers rambo. Oh it's cetera. Did you guys watch any what are your thoughts. Who's got thoughts on a new trailer today. Please someone bring up. Antlers ehlers is a trailer. That surprised me snuck cooper for is not that generally that type of director in my eyes when i saw scott cooper. I thought it was going to go completely different direction than i saw gambled. All torah went that direction. I'm very curious about to me. Scott cooper's cooper's great slow-burn ponderous conversationalist director. I like his movies because they're about people in very normal circumstances that get put in more extraordinary circumstance percents. That's the film goes along whereas this seems to be like whoa. It's an extraordinary circumstance with guillermo flavor so i wanna see how he directs something very different than what to do before yeah when you have names like this attached to a project object i think the two of us are at least same nick anti-sankoh like anything that he produces because i'm still crushed. The channel zero is not continuous. He's keeping busy that i know why has not slowed down nick antarctica but also carry russell. I just love her. I want to see her and everything. I have no idea quite honestly what the movie's about don't based on that trailer which is kind of fun but i did such a strong sense of style to it and and the it feels not tony like his previous films but the lighting is textured and the way that we've come to expect from them so i'm equally curious to see his lens which is usually more of a quiet slow drama type type film. Put through this really from what i can tell again. I don't quite know what it's about but it seems rather gruesome in the atmosphere and even even just two minutes in a matter of two minutes you could already feel the weight of that situation and that to me both well for the full feature. He's killing them. Softly correct scott cooper ever been killing himself with so for whatever reason all i could think about now is out of the furnace crazy yeah. He's done a couple of christian bale movies but i think killing my it's my favorite if that's the right director and that movie gets hyper violent in a way that i can see transitioning his pacing for horror can work because the violence movie is so horrific when you get to it on and i love his world buildings was i right killing earn less good andrew dominik oh just watch killing and disassembling the killing them softly. The brad pitt great movie and just in general just hoping tight. It's all good flits. Get to one more question because you probably know. There was another big piece of news that drop today. Bruce crawford wants to know what do you think of the new bond film title no no time to die. How does that make you feel like someone's going to die. Sounds like daniel craig's last moody no time i'm to sign up for another one but if there's no time to die then someone can't dykes there's no time i feel like there's always time does the tragedy of the human condition but there is time to die. It definitely made me think of tomorrow never dies which probably wasn't its intention very evocative of the classic bond. Tidal heidel feels like a bond title. Yeah not really news to say like bonds. That'll sure does feel like a bomb title wild. I i love craig's bond and i it's part of my age but he's my bond and so i've been looking forward to this one even though it's gone through every director and team and injury and problem. I'm looking forward to this too. I was happy to see a title that felt felt like it rolled off the tongue fairly easily to what was the last one spector. I feel like for some reason. Even though i've seen spectre now this feels is more satisfying on the initial announcement it feels the sexiness and the curiosity it makes you a little popey paperback back lean inspectors correct. This and it's also not no time to get injured because that happened. It's no time i wanna know more. If you like we should just yeah no time to fill in the blank no time to sleep sleep. There's pollen no time to eat lunch today. Oh yeah okay. That's okay no time to barter the sony marvel deal all right no time to catch up screener ago a whole bunch of all titles for you. That is it. We had an extra long episode of movie. We talk today. I hope you enjoy it. What is happening right now. Is there something i should be hilarious. The world knows that it was either to blame bread head. Yeah really backwards like collider sure as so many jokes that make that possible. I'm gonna go to toast the regular bread loafs and even higher no for the end of this episode haley coy. Thank you so much during of course in the live chat and adam in the booth iraq wreck. Thank you to everybody out there. Watching this episode is always. Please do not leave before you liken. Share this episode and tell everybody. You know that we are here. Five days a week three pm empty live like tomorrow tune in again and watch brand new movie talk. Seven eleven has more drinks than times. You've been caught singing in your car and random lyrics extorting your brain combined choose from flavour-filled slurpy and big gulp drinks chris coconut water energizing cold brew and hot coffee fresh organic cold press juices invigorating energy drinks cooling purely ice tea refreshing dear part one hundred percent natural still and sparkling spring water plus many more. 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Whether or not we do it now or not is it's not being done and because of recession trump again called on the federal reserve board to lower interest rates if the fed would do its job. I think would have a tremendous spurt of growth. A tremendous for the fed is psychologically very important less so actually very psychologically important president also said he'd be in favor of letting russia rejoined the world's top economies should be g. eight because a lot of the things we talk about have to do with russia so i could certainly see it being the g. eight again and if somebody would make that motion ocean i would certainly be disposed to think about it very favorably. The president's remarks come as he welcomed romania's president to the white house to celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of the end of communist rule in romania and its fifteenth year in nato. I'm.

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Grateful In Spite Of A Harsh Life -  Sybrand Van Kwawegen

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

29:34 min | 1 year ago

Grateful In Spite Of A Harsh Life - Sybrand Van Kwawegen

"Critics agree nora and the lost city of goal is the family film you've been searching for it's packed with action full of surprises and will not your boots off to discover a lifetime door. I am the lost city of gold radio fiji in theaters friday say metro by t mobile at the best deal in wireless and it's all for you all from me just switch quickly 'cause metro has to lance but eighty and to samsung galaxy j seven staff bones for free plus amazon prime included. That's the way wireless should be only at metro sales tax inactivation fee fifty dollars plus replace acquired not valid for numbers currently on t. mobile network on metro and past ninety days offer subject to change offer valid for new amazon prime members amazon prime has a twenty nine per month restrictions apply see store for details and terms and conditions as you get older. You begin to see how much you've got to be thankful for the thing thing i would do. Muster roll would be to listen to other people a lot more a lot more attention to older folks because when you're young you're inexperienced. There's a lotta lotta stuck with just done and you just wide no because i need to know that once you experience welcome to the gratitude podcast on w._w._w. W._w. Dot george in bente dot com. You'll hear a new story each week that will inspire more gratitude in your own life. Our mission is to inspire one hundred thousand people to discover how to feel gratitude and live a happy life through the amazing life stories are successful gas and they're actionable. Tips had now the host of our podcast odd cast georgian bente. I greta seeker welcome to a new episode of the gratitude podcast. This is another special episode with <hes> ah award winner and circle of joy award winner his name is c. Brand and <hes> he is from south africa and we are live right now <hes> talking from two ends of the world and i'm really excited about the the fact that we got to connect them <hes> with the fact that time able to <hes> have him on because he's an integral part of the gratitude gratitude community and <hes> he's being currently journaling for more than one hundred days and <hes> his commitment. I'm sure we'll be an inspiration for you so welcome siebrand <hes> do the gratitude podcasts hi georgia near welcome to you too. It's it's great to be chatting to you. Let us know little bit more about you about your story. It's it's quite amazing and incredible that you manage to to get to feeling grateful and to looking for and c. and finding gratitude in in your life taking to concede their into consideration all of the things that you've <hes> been through. Can you tell us a bit more about you and your life story okay <hes> dusting in very brief terms <hes> i grew up with parents who went prepared for for for children <hes> eh eventually got involved in military service way into the killing people and that that was pretty traumatic. They met a pretty unsuccessful marriage in which is <hes>. My wife became a lesbian and yeah that thing that up in a divorce and the us ended up in in proton church ministry <hes> <hes> and was kicked out of that because of the divorce from official at that stage of my life. I think i was pretty down enough. Apis eddine bean for for the women are married to nelson. You think i would have put an end to trot but josh she fortunately inspired me and kept me going and since then i basically healed a lot of the the wounds uh-huh and a little while ago <hes> listening to assuming on tv at the preacher mentioned the gratitude gap up that he's been on for for some twenty years and that adele team offer it sounds interesting and <hes> went onto the way downloaded the <unk> five and y'all that's being for nine months. Now i think it is what they six and are found a jar it. It's it's that's really worthwhile doing of all my life being someone that that's rich <hes> headed in me to to help others and i find that that being good to others and helping others catching other the people ultimately ends up being the thing that helps me must helps me motel others than adults muffing sometimes but <hes> just just being good to other people in n._f._l. Under that's what the six five does it just <hes> <hes> gives you the opportunity to speak into people's lives and encourage them and especially when when things are going hard on often. That's all we need is someone to cite the keeping the hang in there <hes> that's so true. That's so true and i'm so happy that you you you got to this important point. The fact that many times by helping odd there were actually helping ourselves and yeah. I think that's that's so true and it's so amazing here. I found it sounds sounds vying. It sounds as if okay say another richard needing this yourself but it's a bit of a paradox. It's not that does it for yourself because the moment you so you start thinking of it that you become ineffective in with the communist and you wouldn't be able to anybody else <hes> but as long as you you sincerely wanting to help other people and <hes> sharing what you know and what your experiences of being and for me a lot of the time it's coach sharing more fighting in god and our god is out means that you know that if runners genuine with it they find it does often male other people's exactly and i totally agree with that the fact that we are genuine and this and we are helping people from our heart then because we really want to help them that actually leads to <hes> something positive to for us as well but it's not the main purpose. It's just a a side side benefit that that is the amazing but they wanted to get back a little bit too <hes> the gratitude through sixty app and i wanted into as q. if you can share with us some of the things that you are writing in the gratitude through sixty app like some of the things that you are grateful for 'em york generally the thing that i am most grateful for his east ramada relationship with god the father son and ninety spirits and and how that impacts on my life <hes> and makes me appreciate jake my gifts <hes> particularly like threats just the lights in nine months i discovered a gift if for art and i've been painting and and enjoying that and people people have seen that have sort subsidiarity never done anything like this before they've <hes> <hes> had he lays i haven't but it's just been an interest that now that that i'm retired. I think you know when when center-field eric a fun it takes up time and it's true failing and it's creative <hes> <hes> it as a lot in common i think with with the <unk> occasionally encourage people to you know in down and out due to get into walk and you don't have to be always talented sometimes it's just a way of expressing yourself and and so on that is is helpful for anybody to you just try and be creative boats confidence yeah and it's a great way of expressing feelings and <hes> putting things that are inside on a canvas and your beautiful and <hes> by the way do you have like a place where eh on nine where we could see your work <hes> yachts on friday <hes> google <unk> what what you call it up under my email adjacent on linking dates onto site onto our nine one at g. mild dot com the one nine one comes from strategies and yeah that's it that's such we wait a few paintings i've done up now of bicycling on <unk> and the casually shade one or two on on <hes> on the he's six five f israel <hes> beautiful but the thing is that. I don't believe we can access them. <hes> uh-huh like most probably they are only <hes> seen by you. That's why it's with <hes> your email address but <hes> we will talk talknet. Maybe we will find a way for for our listeners to enjoy your art as well and i think if it you would like of course if it's going to help anybody is you know i think sometimes people think that could be <hes> ah world famous artist before they start so maybe my sort of if it's a at at starting encouraging so maybe i can see if i can get bursted onto the zoom apple something some are and some awesome great. So how did you start like. How did you get to the decision of writing what you're grateful could for each day was tired to to start this this journey <hes> i think as the a sermon that i listened to from an ex colleague of mine <hes> how he could it him assume of of just being grateful for things daily el that can enrich your life that that was a pretty good introduction and as ceo spent onto the web and the first episode appeal to me was t six five in interest pretty easy to get get into and i suppose just by nature i turn on on the person that that <hes> locks to to get into something to is to make a success of it so yeah it it was to me. It wasn't difficult. I think do certain extent baps martin in full time ministry and saw and helps in. I think you've got to learn into to be honest. I opened ask feeling of your audience nature and your problems and that sometimes it's an obstacle for some people and if it is you know <unk>. Uh people go for tonight. The new finds that it's a trees you up set you free to be open and honest and reveal you know way. You really really are f._m. What you really are getting through and <hes> yeah it sets you free and then just to be saints of to to due to the needs of other people to listen carefully to to read carefully what the siding sometimes people don't say at directly ace what what the problems are in song and and you've got to listen to what what is being said and pepsi effect that during timing ministry the <hes>. I was trying to as a counselor as well that <hes> that must be an advantage. I have some people but i i think that's it as beautiful and i really appreciate this wisdom that you're sharing with us and it's clear that it comes comes from a lot of experience and <hes> from a good heart and i really appreciate that also on into something else like how well how has your life changed since you've begun writing the things that you're grateful for so i think when i started i was at a pretty low point. I'd just been to australia to visit my door today and that was it was it was really a good time so you know ending that was very very difficult and it also and sam and i was also just getting <unk> dieting and that wasn't easy suddenly being almost redundant finding new roles in life and as as you know got going on the credited app it suddenly guide me new purpose and it sounds crazy to you know for for an app to be the purpose of life but it it did create the purpose and eventually as they drifted the starting to drawer at the vet became a fair percentage gradually develops other things but the initially i think the <hes> kept me going and and lifted me up lifted me out of <hes> the sort of feeling sorry for myself <unk> extent do suffer from depression depression post-traumatic stress disorder say of the sort of things like impact on one little bit heavily and and and the trouble or lease by the impact on you and effective before you realize say in a bad place before you realize you going to that place and and through the app and sticking with it than seeing other people's sufferings and trying to encourage other people as society starts lifting year and us become stronger and i feel like i'm in a much better place now than what i was nine months ago <hes> <hes> beautiful and i love the way you described the whole process and the fact that you're so aware of everything that's happening opening on the inside because many many people are in too much aware of what's happening on the inside <hes> they're. They're focused john. What's what's happening outside of them and <hes> nad going through this life changes. It's it's really powerful to have a tool like this to refocus on the good things of life on the fact that you can still do things that are are that have meaning and that are helpful to people and i'm really happy to to hear that but that was wanted to ask you. How did you keep going like what was your motivation to keep going for. So many days i think certain extent it's probably that one develops eventually a feeling of <hes> responsibility you know you you you start to pick up certain people that <hes> that start following ye <hes> and you feel like i days it's common ground and did you see their heads and the difficulty is it begin to feel a sense of responsibility and and need to to be the for those people had you know sometimes things go well for them for days for weeks full for a lot and then suddenly you know they have a downturn for for one reason or another <hes> and you just when when you need to be the and i think it's a sort of responsibility that keeps on going <hes> and sydney that's me and as a default and the fact that you you find it in your heart i like you find the great motivation in the fact that you're helping others <hes> and that's that says a lot about you and about the talk about caring for people is an important part of being human and of having meaning in in this world and i think that's nets really great and <hes> yeah he wanted to say something stupid and is a as you're saying it. It's it's it. It's what's the word. I'm looking makes me feel good what you're saying but that's not just for a long time. I felt that we live in a world. That's crew and way people don't care for people and and really that's. That's what revert created for me. We do too to be for one another. We created as a social beings and genera the will to spend us into antisocial beings and it's something that in all people can see what it is like to be social beating komo. I'll be encouraged to do the same and yeah that's that's suffices part of mercury side <hes> beautiful i know that and and by the way <hes> can you tell us a little bit about <hes> the culture there in south africa like do they have any teachings regarding ingratitude. I'm not really it's it's <hes> yeah <unk> maybe in certain religious circles christian orthodontic not much about the religions but interested in religious circles they they they beat the odd thing about it on the odd sermon but it's not a the big thing in south africa as as such <hes> i think psychiatrists and psychologists in south africa or generally you know fighting as as to which method is is is and what shai period in your life and i still trying to fight each other you know he's he's ways the based way and i think sometimes that either complicates old <hes> psychology arguing manetti immensely when when ultimately i think the the mind thing that comes out of it is and i really love people or you don't and it's it's pretty simple and i think that's that's something that happens in integrated app is that people begin into to discover a reality of luck and that love is not just a a sexual physical thing but there's far more to that's amazing. That's amazing indeed. I i in my in my own quest to due to find the truth like the truth with a big <hes> i've found that in different religions and cultures the the two things that i've been seeing everywhere war gratitude and love and yeah i totally you believe that then they i think they are also very very much intertwined and of course without caring for people and loving loving. It's it's really hard to to make a difference and to and to leave a positive mark on the world the on it's it's it's you know i just i actually three gratitude and and the app pens on that that most people realize that it's it's you know the a lot of the people on the epa people that have come from from addiction addictive restrooms and song and feel a <hes> the road but i think very often day the people that are sensitive and and that really could have got so much to offer the world in terms of of really experience of human emotions <hes> in which the rest of the world is trying to squash and and the more we can open up and help the world to get back to knowing you know what their emotions are all about the the the more likely we ought to end up with a peaceful society exactly and by the way <hes> if you could go back in time thank maybe twenty thirty or forty years ago. What would you tell your younger self about gratitude. Just i think you know that that one as you get older you begin to see how much you've got to be thankful for and i i. I don't know that that would change it. I think i think the thing i would do must've always be to listen to all all the people a lot more a lot more attention to older for because when you're young you're inexperienced. He's a lot of lot of stuff you just deny and you you just wide note because any get together once she experienced exactly yeah i reached the same conclusion cruised to be honest with with my parents for instance that <hes> some things that i didn't agree with <hes> and up ended up agreeing with joan through experience and seeing that they were right actually about many things that they just couldn't see because i was too young to to have that perspective and i totally agree with that and i think it's heats an important what and less than two to learn for all of us and we're we're always learning right absolutely a start. Stop putting the only thing that changes. Is that the older you get the more you realize. You still got a lot yeah. That's that's beautiful as beautiful and by the way when it comes to painting <hes> what do you love about it. What do you do you appreciate about the process of fainting. I think it's just being aaron beauty of off for the world around us putting it on piper capturing and go it's safe forever and love that and i think it's so simple and so powerful at the same time yeah we can express ourselves in creative way and <hes> yeah were you like. Did you want to to get to paint when you were younger or is it just something that you uncovered uncovered now. As you retired <hes> i think if i think back <hes> always at a at a certain amount of appreciation for for pretty drawings and pictures and things like that <hes> i tried a little bit as a as a youngster to to get involved eighteen yeah fair and set the farm where we're not very encouraging. Annoy cutting robbed all sorts of other things that that the dorky far more than i do agree with got smoking at the age of eighteen found that pretty activated uh-huh which obviously wasn't jerry brought for teo and <hes> and then you laid likely lock you just busy with other things and now that opera diet with but also baps what they was renar winter australia last year my daughter's <hes> fathering wondering rodeo husband's father ease very good artist nothing at that sort of seeing that got me in ireland still bitter kosovo and the u. net so beautiful how we can inspire each other my byron by our own example and by the things what's going on and love that so <hes> we're nearing the end of our time together and i wanted to ask you if she has some people in your life that have had the <hes> positive inferences. Let your grateful for and that you would like to mention here yes. I think you know my wife number. One has always been day and data bouts. <hes> through suicide attempts are on. She stood by my side adam. Knock down and and a lot of coming from a background with that was you know support. Direct personal support was nonexistent and they've been one or two to three three that barrier that the ministers sanita stood by me i think recently <hes> nells <hes> as being particularly inspiring with with these story and which we find a lot of common ground <hes> and china nothing is is also somebody's israeli she eh she's she's been through art things and she inspired me or luck leykis as beautiful as beautiful and and i'm really happy that you <hes> gave us a part of your time and that you shared your story and the things that you appreciate appreciate in your life for this and i want to thank you for for being such a positive role model for for all of us to <hes> be consistent with practicing reddit. You'd with writing each day and we just being a great person in spite of everything. That's a <hes> you went through. Thank you thank you joe john on y'all think festival. Let me say that glory to god because he's made me what i am and just delete peace with everybody the peace of god i saw in most of my mark mark contributions on three six five hard jordan fourteen ninety seven so your base to base stations and peachtree everyone beautiful. Thank you so much. Thank you bye. Hey gratitude seeker. Thank you so much for taking the time to listen to this interview. I really appreciate it and if you could think think of one person that would also benefit from it. Share it with them. It might actually be the inspiration that they need to make their day or maybe even their life much much better. Thank you so much once again. This has been georgia bente. Don't forget to keep seeking and spreading gratitude at farmers insurance. We have concrete evidence that parking under an industrial cement mixer. 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REShow: Guest Host Mike Heller. Tom Haudricourt. Hour 1 (07-04-19)

The Rich Eisen Show

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

REShow: Guest Host Mike Heller. Tom Haudricourt. Hour 1 (07-04-19)

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me at heller sports at heller sports with john it's a little bit more complicated john doesn't have an agent audiences spelled h r i s at john audi us radio that's how that works i'm a monitoring the rich eisen show twitter account as well now it will today be the fourth of july so there's that question is been posed it's been put out there i wasn't two years now it's more than that now three years ago were doing the show when the rent makes the move when durang goes from oklahoma city to golden state yes yep they were sitting in these chairs i think we've been sitting in these tears when lebron made one of his moves it i mean this is yeah right i think we're doing the patrick dan patrick show then one of those were always here at this time it's awesome in something always seems that happens so were wondering if it's going to be a fourth of july today we wish you a happy independence day whatever you're doing wherever you are we hope but it's happy and safe and and great for you will talk with a we'll talk a little baseball in doesn't always happen this way but defending most valuable player award is hard to do usually players many times player step back right they they take a little bit of a move back especially in baseball christian yelich which has not done so this year he's the reigning national league most valuable player winner andy he is putting up numbers that are ridiculous again will talk with tom hart decor to is the beat writer for the milwaukee brewers walkie journal sentinel he will join us at a twelve thirty eastern time and we will talk about the fourth of july with the canadian writer bruce arthur who joins us from de toronto star that will be at one thirty eastern during the time someone gets a will get the dig into that i don't watch it it's my own personal preference i don't watch the nathan's hot dog eating contest not that i have anything against it other than it just kind of makes me it just i gave a little bit just walked in all of that so i don't watch it i've never watched it it does it really interest me in that way that i i wanna take the time on the fourth of july to go watch it watch some highlights yeah pretty gross yes so mickey pseudo won the women's division hot dogs with a thirty one dogs and buns it's their sixth straight title so that's going on today as well will chat it up on patriotic movies because it is the fourth of july and summer is a great movie season i thought about just the summer movies these initially and the one that will always be a summer movie for me is jaws it's not a patriotic movie it's not a fourth of july movie but it is a summer movie but if we switched a patriotic movies you don't you run into you run into into a ton of world war two movies yeah a ton of war movies i've got mine when we get to that i've got my number one most patriotic movie of the movie has eight war theme to it but it's not built around that concept correct yeah correct but it's it screams america my patriotic movie has no war in it at all zero not nary a mention of war but we will take your suggestions on twitter so will do that as well this whole collide leonard thing you know what it reminds me of john there everybody's gonna say what they think why should do everybody's been saying what they think why should do he's the last maybe the most important but the last domino to fall of significance in mb eight free agency so everybody has a thought on this is what he should do because he's gonna make the collider decision he's from california that has something to do with it you can't do do better than what he just did in toronto fermi that has something to do with it people always not always but many times you wanna go home you just wanna go back home won't have that opportunity to be where you grew up you want to return you're routes i think that's what we're going to get now there's different views of this right because you look at it and say what is best for them be what is best for dnb eight slash tv what is best that's worthy mbh competitive balance for me i get the concept and i've railed against it from time to time about competitive balance in the super teams because i think it's a slippery slope mbh doesn't happening are other sports very often but any mb eight because the money is gotten so enormously large the money is not the defining decision many times for an athlete when the money was good but not ridiculous like the depth the ridiculous money is i think the issue not the top ten biggest happened have always been incredibly well compensated but it gets to a certain level where money is maybe not the number one driver you i'll give you i'll give you a different example in the nfl we always think you know maybe this guy not quarterback but maybe this guy in free agency will stay where he is with the hometown discount doesn't happen they always take always take make the most money why because he nfl's most money doesn't hold a candle to the ambi aids most money the highest paid player in the nfl doesn't touch with the highest paid players indian b i get it any mbh guaranteed any nfl it's not sony nfl free agency guys are gonna go where they get the most money unless it the very back end of their career and they take less because they want one more run up the mountain to the super bowl but nb hey i equate toronto with dallas the dallas mavericks one dnb eight title and twenty eleven made the playoffs first round out the next year completely out the year after i don't think co why returning to toronto gives them another mbh title i thought all things had fallen the line that all of the fall into place that game seven buzzer beating shot from the corner that hit off the rams sixteen times that's an exaggeration but you know what i mean that goes in that's a game changer playing golden state without klay thompson for a game plus game and a half hamstring injury remember before he missed the the series finale without kevin durant bricks exception a twelve minutes i'm just of the mindset that have co why returns to toronto lightning will not strike there again i think there'll be a very good team i don't think they went in mbh title i think toronto is going to end up being dallas of eight years ago they've co why is gonna leave and then toronto will be good and then a year from now they might not even be good i could totally see that happening that toronto is that that that was there one year everything fell right from you talked about the shot you just talked about facing golden state the way they did you're right maybe maybe so but when i look at the white thing you know ask if you questions what's best for the league probably collider the lakers in right yeah that's probably what that's what's best for why if if he's all about money in titles money would be toronto but if he's all about titles with special why go play with lebron james and anthony davis go win titles on another team that right if that's what you wanna do 'em in what's best for the fancy this is where it gets tricky for me because i understand dnb watch this and i understand a player wants to go there and win titles but as a fan of a small market team in the state of wisconsin in the state of minnesota before that it sucks it totally sucks that one team can take three nbp's fordham altogether in gold possibly go win a title it sucks so for the fans like i i think the best thing for the fans would seek a wide be like no screw that i'm seeing what's wrong they're awesome their fans they're awesome they've got a great recruited me i'm gonna make more money and screw it i'm gonna win another title dominant in brooklyn and i'm gonna be the guy in the nbc bay the didn't join a super team to go in my title that hey you know what that is backed by from who from the band from toronto fan from the fans from what i need makers hey when you look back he'll say he'll say hey i wanna hear someone say i wanna hear the bron hopped over here's the best plan b but why did it here back on doesn't buy you you're fourth family home this one being in fiji well guess what toronto can pay you can pay you more money on paper but you get less money in your bank account because of tax it's a tax is so here's you always get you in and out further your argument on the super team concept when we've seen the super teams they've all been coastal sort of boston austin then miami certainly loss angeles when you had kobe shack i mean go back to the end and the lakers had super teams when the team built it with magic in worthy in corinne right in boston was the coastal version and east coast company built right instead of player belt with burden right in the chiefs in cagey came over years later yeah but that's super team other than lebron bringing collide leonard bringing a kyrie irving cleveland well there's never been an internal you could argue chicago but jordan was so you know the shoulders above everybody else when pippen arrived no wasn't as though everybody in the in february clamoring for scottie pippen he arrived on the scene he was oh no i don't i don't like the go back that far label those teams super teams even though conceptually they held by the franchise is this a different but all of are super teams in the now era are coastal golden state the bay area wash angeles if they go ahead and bring in hawaii i mean that that becomes a super team with with the bronco wine anthony davis yeah it's a super team and it's coastal you're you're not building a super team with the minnesota timberwolves you're not gonna have three starting all stars on the t wolves three already a starting all stars on the bucks unless you build your self you build it yourself it'd be faltering walkies one player away from that right now chris middleton was an all star but i don't think people see him as that guy he's not anthony davis he's not collide leonard is not kyrie irving but you honest the combo maybe could lure another star but that wasn't or talked about in this off season in milwaukee something a little more on an even playing in a way that would be talked about when you honest comes up on contract if the bucks don't get it before he becomes you know where now you're in that decision year who is everybody's gonna be talking about yoenis they're gonna be talking about u l eight teams they're gonna be talking about the new york teams that's where free agents go in e n v eight and that lifestyle money seeming i i understand that completely end further fan of small market team i think it sucks i'm sorry west coasters i'm sorry big city guy don't apologize dies but he had questions on how you fix that i don't know how you fix it up is that although i am i have an issue yeah all their top players go over there and guess what the rest of us it's awful i am hoping co why go to toronto hold hold hold why is it all it all because you could create this competitive imbalance for them and then what you do you have two different ways of making teams in ambi hey you just said it you have to get lucky if you're milwaukee or minneapolis you have to get lucky you drop to three guys that are superstars and then that wiping at the right time before they leave to the west coast over miami or new york as some people say it's lucky others say you have to start with really good management right okay surely opposite of that in new york that's not they're not luckier on either just portly man it's it's absolutely at the combination but then there is something to be said about grabbing an mvp at the fifteenth pick like the bucks did sure area a little bit of anger yeah and you did a little bit of that with golden state right i mean they built it they built they built it not with the top of the lottery not the first overall pick in the draft that was great management is grenada summit half have great management in the counter to that i guess my point is it's i think it's really hard to do it that way is it is it is in so so that's why they're two different ways the building teams i don't know how to fix it but that's why i'm sure infra kaleida stay what's wrong there people believe that the the utah in denver has made a dramatic step up in this off season are we really talking about utah in denver playing front be a championship maybe we don't know nobody thought last year we'd be talking about milwaukee and toronto in eastern conference finals initially the view was boston philadelphia they were the two that were gonna be in that position kyrie irving what's gonna leave boston the return of gordon hayward they're fully healthy they've got all the pieces they never and they've got a great coach they never put the pieces altogether it didn't fit which is what should worry people about kyrie irving right it doesn't always work no that's that's first certain but i it sounds like the bron anthony davis and co i leonard would surely work right on paper and most likely on the court to what's the bigger surprise on the fourth of co why if there's if there's decision today the biggest surprises toronto and yeah it is probably to me is if if if why leonard says i'm staying in toronto i'm the most most surprised because they only other choices the lakers well here's the thing to like to why i love the co why is just his own guy he doesn't like the talk i love that we have a different superstar like that kind of the way yonathan so humble i love that co why is still corky i love that he's not outspoken in needs to be on social media needs to be the camera and so to me if if that's their personality and i know going home is a big thing to from california play the san diego state 'em but if that's their personality don't you think you'd rather spend it in toronto where they all adore you you just wanna title you're gonna get the most money rather than go to l a's works maybe that's not the type of atmosphere collect clyde was in san antonio near the covered belay would get quiet in toronto that's not nearly the cover dalai would get is he gonna get second most coverage she's playing with lebron lebron it it is it is all what lebron why give someone a lesser after that he would get just knowing where you would know why would you are seeing it all wrong he would he would get a ton of it it way more then in san antonio way more then in toronto a there's only so many cameras john and the first cameras are always going to lebron always always sure but my point is it still be greater than what he has now they would not be lebron level but it would still be ten times what it is now than what it is in toronto where he is a canadian superstar right now in right now there's a big push but you can't tell me in the middle of the season that that type of coverage withheld economy automating we'd be happening on toronto i wanna deal with his little bit when we come back from the from the break but which situation carries more performance pressure and more media pressure well let me leave the second one out which circumstance creates the greater performance pressure because i think the answer is obvious end is that what you want because i'm telling you now let me tell you any other side can i tell you when we come back would you stay with us john yeah let's do that other side all right if you wanna dial and you can eight seven seven nine nine six six three six nine eight seven seven nine nine six six three six nine his name is john my name is mike this is the rich eisen show hey everyone to car has been a proud supporter of podcast one for years so we want a partner with them to hear all about your to car experience and you may even get on amazon gift card to kick off summer so we wanna hear all about your true car shopping experience send us an email to true car at podcast one dot com and tell us all about you're shopping experience withdrew car the first two hundred people email will receive a twenty dollar amazon gift card so you have to send in your emails soon again 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on the home run derby 'cause i saw the brackets released and you know they need every buddy and then there's like a a bracket style home run derby i water you're feeling because in the past these homerun derby to me just dragged on an dragged on i'm like oh my gosh things still going i think the new format is eight grand slam it's perfect it's four minutes you bomb home runs you get a time out those type of things you can earn bonus time as this thing goes on like i think it's perfect it's washable it's not too long you doesn't drag on i i think the home run derby is really really cool now they did all the right things and a and yell at you will will be the top seed in in the bracket a big as he leads major league baseball in home runs so it'll be the top seed he goes against vlad guerrero junior and that's a tough assignment of the number two seed is pete alonzo of the new york mets she'll go against the hometown favorite carlos santana of the indians josh bell is the three seed goes against ronald a kunia junior an alex bregman the four seed against jock peterson from the daily dodgers so again as it hasn't been every year the home run derby no mike trout he just says no just say no when possessed just say no you're not gonna get every star i get it by the way i'd like to think that you would get him at some point but he he's he said no he's been asked every year and says no christian yelich by the way this is one thing i loved doing a radio show in wisconsin on pace for fifty eight home runs this season season yeah just remarkable i did i am idea he was gonna be challenging the fifteen home runs plateau thisiis okay let me pay off what i was talking about before the break and i'm gonna jump right back into yell at each national league central all star game stuff okay we'll also give you the division leaders is that they all star break which will be at in four days i think it's always interesting to kind of gauge who you are where you are this this is the part of a of returning for hawaii leonard to toronto who's toronto second best player or see i would i wanna which one is it one of those vanfleet no joachim lowry i think probably has the potential i you okay you and i were talking about i'll say see akam and then lowery a close second in seattle one most improved player of the year and they ambi i think this last year so my question would simply be this if i'm collide leonard entered the workload in toronto is extreme i've got to be the man every night if you watch the playoffs he was the man every night an indifferent to was part of the winning formula a difference who it was fred vanfleet late wasn't drafted and then be nobody was thinking i believe would be key come the post season man he'll be the guy that helps the push them over the top but guess yakim didn't show up every night lowery didn't show up every night vanfleet didn't show up every night just sold didn't show up every night you know who did who had two or there's no way they win it collide leonard every night you talk about pressure from a media standpoint in a way i talk about pressure from how do we win this game standpoint in toronto end collide leonard got to carry the burden the saddle is on him that's a heavy load it's not that way trust me if they don't win in that way because the lakers and the lakers don't win who's taking eighty percent of the blame lebron james he is that magnet he is the draw he will get the criticism because people will look at lebron and say my goodness you at anthony anthony davis and co why leonard your roster and you still don't win you are not the greatest it doesn't come on co why disagree it's a good point that obviously of collider right the first time when you said you were gonna say it was a great point that i went good because 'cause i'm gonna counter it real quickly here but it's a good point because obviously everything you said i think is true right it's easier to win a title in outlay it's quote unquote less work however you wanna define that it appears to be less work in the bron will get you you're right a majority of the blame soco white house be the man but don't you think like every athlete in every sport ever grows up or think they want to be that number one person whether it's it can you imagine kobe you're mj say no i don't wanna be the man i don't want us not resigned with you i i don't wanna be the man i wanna know everybody wants if you're bringing another star to toronto there now now this year don't they're not bringing anthony davis they didn't how do you know you're plans in two years down the road you know if he signs a four year deal in which by the way some states maybe one or two year deal who knows yeah it's not in line for the super max five you have to play one more you see some games they win fifty eight team he goes on this phenomena playoff run like i i understand everything's easier that way but come on at most every athlete ever grows up wanting to be the man like they want to be the dark none of those guys now in the current era are just the man not about maybe lebron brings in anthony davis wants to bring in collider why right now that's why love this story i love that he's still you near the i wanna go do it again in toronto the weight on that seattle is so heavy it's so heavy the way on that settled in toronto because there is no defined too but i mean all all all these other mbh champions have a defined to sometimes it's a fine three well if that's his reasoning then he'll never win a title in toronto nominees hey go to turn off all the no don't go back strong 'cause you're not gonna win jackhammer leaves you just took that tact i'm gonna make a mental note to return to chastise you that why why right now one of his tomorrow horta you know why because he's my friend covers the milwaukee brewers as a beat writer for eleven eighty nine years would that be the right time frame tom hi is this rich i know i know so you're rich isn't gonna have you on the show but i'll have you on his show this is mike keller yes oh i'm sorry i don't have ties criticize oh you're you're gonna do it anyway you know i've laid him he's a very very nice man let's let's begin with christian yelich edge because the story there i mean you cover it daily it's really unique that an mvp who emerged on the scene last year everybody knew he was gonna be a good major league player a second half last year in milwaukee after the all star break he was great use of the difference of which day you're gonna see great superhuman well he's back that up with with greatness superhuman play type stuff the entire first half of this year that's a that's a rare commodity kerry over what'd you do one year in even be better the year after which didn't seem possible yeah and i think like he took that as a challenge you know he talks a lot in spring training about hearing oh you gotta fluky year oh one in one senate career here no way he can do it that are word a regression are word 'em run that by mr yell at you and then i would i compare that they're waiting red tape in front of a poll yeah well he turned it on for him and he talked about he used a colorful language and talking about those who thought he would have a regression to the mean mean and he can that challenge what is it about his off an suv approach being very good defensive player as well run the bases exceptionally well very fast but obviously we look at offense of numbers what is it about his off meant that is coming due in its own essentially in the last eighteen months yeah i think he made a few changes and has set up at the plate a i'm working on a big story about how he decided to stay in the little taller in a flight at the all star break as you just see how it works now that night 'em that first game after the break he had a two doubles and a triple pretty good start to the second half and you have all this funny like is he he may be all star team in thought didn't have a very good pass you know he was not impressed with his own all stardom and he just wants to be better do other thing is he was twenty six like twenty six already been in the big leagues all three of four years came up really young with the marlins so guess what you can get better at that age when you slow even while you're in the big leagues you can get better people think these guys are finished products fox when they get to the major leagues especially if you went like a rookie of the year something like that they think that's as good as you're ever gonna get but guess what you get better and he's driven to get better so he's in the prime of his career he's in a real sweet spot right now i know he found a place he's comfortable into a ballpark which the ball obviously cherries better than it did in miami and a he's a he's been amazing to watch these if he's basically had one of the greatest years in major league history if you add the second half of last year onto the first half of this year yeah it's outstanding he'd end this year just in itself the tom on paper route fifty eight home runs and he's gonna be part of the home run derby is there any talk poor or worry about this when you always hear that from from some players and fans like i hope he doesn't methods wing what is yelich say about that yeah yeah i just i just posted a video on twitter about that and i'm gonna have something on jay us online later this is how the conversation station started on this morning with him about that christian are you looking forward to the home run derby yeah i can't wait to get out there and ruin my slaying that's how it started and i knew and i knew it was gonna get good after that it's fantastic dirty a you know it's a myth it's a mess you know so you know bryce harper all was at one home run derby last year and he ended up getting three hundred thirty million dollars yeah they're also asking is an offshoot there's an offshoot to he's also done at the time in a in a market in a race last year they went to a one hundred and sixty third game in a race this year that is the closest in all of baseball i know where just past the midway point of the season but all these other divisions the smallest leading any division in baseball is a outside of the nl central belongs to the braves lee by five five and a half in the east deep brewers leading the cubs by one and the last place team in the division is closer first than in any other division in baseball you know central is going to be a hug wrestle well the last place team as the last place team as closer first than any other second place team in athens invites well yeah i think right on that's a you know what's gonna be interesting if it stays like that another couple of weeks how do you decide if you're buying or selling when you've got just the one trade deadline this year and that could be interesting it it's crazy because there's a lot of other divisions i'll walk car races are there other division leads are six and a half seven eight five and a half in fourteen team so that means rise second place team is the closest they are others in the annals central is five and it happened in most of those races it's seven eight and fourteen and fifteen out of those teams decide if they're gonna buy for the wild galleries yeah so yeah there in wild card or bust 'em where right now in the central even the last place team and say we have a shot at winning the division when you're you know let's not forget the brewers were five games back on labor day last year in pop the cubs well if you're a four and a half back was three months ago you probably feel a lot better change you have way more chances to win games the brewers hannah labor day last year so a but that is gonna make the trade stuff fascinating and eating an end here's the question that all those other teams russell was like those those teams the second place in third place teams divisions how much do we gamble on getting into the one game wildcard shootout how much should you gamble you know right you gamble a lot to get in for one game or is that not enough guarantee a for moving deepest october do a bunch of stuff so it's gonna be interesting i'm not sure even the baseball people know how this on a pan out let me flip back to one more question on yell it's a how much help is it that he's doing this in major league baseball smallest this market do you think his personality and his approach to the game would be affected by if you were playing in boston or in the new york market i don't know if it's the same in l a but in a bigger media climate would he'd be impacted it is this is the perfect scenario free christian yelich simply in milwaukee well probably it probably is easier on the payoff marcus but i will suggest you this watching the amount of people night a firm national national outlets that come out y'all come after yellowish on a on a weekly basis keep personally is a big market the crane he's he's in the christian yelich more you know what i mean so he is probably more interview request then just about anybody especially because of all the things we talked about how quickly he became a superstar out of nowhere almost and people wanna hear the story and hear what he has to say about it so he could talk knowing a lot and i think he's him and mike you're around the miller park quite a bit we we think he's handled it tremendously tremendously yeah i haven't seen it changes the person one day and he has interviewed court and he now he doesn't say no very austin he might have to start learning the now well and that that part will be interesting in and he's handled it as you mentioned and i've seen it up close and personal handles it exceptionally well i surrounded by good guys who do it it's a good atmosphere a let me finish with one quick thought the team is ninety minutes to the south of the milwaukee brewers the chicago cubs it's expectation for the cubs to be much better than where they are today how volatile could that situation of become even at the all star break by think theo epstein so i said he is kinda throwing the gauntlet down about needing the seed better play from his team or or you know there has to be some consequences i don't know exactly what that might but there are higher expectations there you know they wanna world series a few years ago they have a no way higher payrolls and the brewers they still have a lot of star quality players they're in a big market so a you know you know the most dangerous thing in professional sports like there's expectation because once they get raised once you get interviewed all needham people get angry and so i i think they're looking at that right now i don't saint i think there's a lot of people unhappy a in chicago land with what's going on at this particular point in time to so the brewers i wish the cubs will not get the pirates so hot before they get the pittsburgh i get that i get that a tom happy fourth of july thanks for spending a little time with us on the rich eisen show celebrates you said hello thanks right happy happy for you guys thanks tom he almost didn't do the interview because it wasn't rich and classic we run into that a lot what a start on the interview which way rather than a boy a we continue as a when we come back i wanna talk a little bit about those were isn't that crazy it's amazing the difference prince in the race is i wanna point that out what we just talked about a little bit expound on a just a touch when we continue coming back next this is the rich eisen show stay tuned for sixty seconds of eight news headlines right after this podcast all right so let's spend a couple of minutes i want it to run through as we go into these final weekend of baseball before the all star break so next this week monday tuesday wednesday thursday there'll be no major league baseball game as we go into this holiday weekend be division leaders are the yankees twins and astros in the american league they leave by six and a half seven and eight games respectively simply in the national league east the braves leave by five and a half over the phillies the brewers lee by one over the cubs and the dodgers lee by fourteen over the rockies we continue on the rich eisen show on mike heller joined by john audience this anomaly in the race is john the last place team in the national league central the cincinnati reds there last place in the nl central they're closer the first place in the division than any second place team in all of these other divisions they're five and a half or four and a half rather out of first place in the nl central as the last place team in the division no other second place team is closer than five and a half so it is very unique look at the races as we get close to the all star break so just wanna bring up it's it's an anomaly it is weird i don't know what that says about the division is that say there's a bunch of good teams beating up on center a bunch of average teams just happen to be in the same division 'em yeah average to above average i think that the last place here's what i here's how i would do it the last place team in the central is better than any other last play okay so there go in el centro we've got the best best worst team in baseball a so i think i think that's exactly what it says we a lot spend a moment before we get to the top of the hour and talk about did you ever hear it could we update the joey just not show yeah i know you want it to nathan's hot dog contest going on as we speak joey chestnut has day twelve dog leading five and a half minutes to play his pace permit it is a it's it's trumping everybody else it i i think this is his did lose i say that i believe so i think most people felt that i mean it's been a while every year he's got forty two dogs done in with five and a half minutes to play we're watching the babe ruth of competitive yeah she might have a i i don't honestly i mean we it's gone but i i don't i don't really pay attention to these up by thirteen we had a conversation working on on patriotic movie it's the fourth of july i mean the for the rest of the world it's a thursday in july but for us it's the fourth of july independence day a the country gets the day off the country spends the day at the beach at the pool on the lake it it's doing that they entire day today it is celebrating our independence from two hundred and forty three years ago all right so today's that day but from a patriotic movie standpoint model need this is you know celebrating america my leader need in the clubhouse in patriotic movies is miracle which includes no war reference it does cold war reference is that a very dark time in american history gasoline lines were long there wasn't a great self image in this country you could argue some of that exists in different forms as we you know work and walk and breathe today but in nineteen eighty a worry there were worried about the soviet union we we had boycotts boy costs going on with the olympic games didn't know who who's gonna go when you were gonna go there were gaslines we had hostages held in afghanistan our in i ran rather our pride in that moment sports at not the entire country paid attention to but the movie miracle celebrates that group of young men in how they came together from different backgrounds all from northern tier united states college programs in to me is far as because i love i love their competition i love the drama of what it is when athletes come together to be common form of bond and overcome adversity and they did they were not good enough to win on olympic the gold medal nobody thought that was possible to me the movie version of that is the most patriotic movie i've ever seen so i'd love to hear your thoughts on the most patriotic movie of all time yeah were going there on the fourth of july at and show at heller sports edge on obvious radio or the phone number again they can call eight seven seven nine nine six six three six nine so there are obviously the patriot remember the patriot with mel gibson you wanna talk about a patriotic movie i dunno bingo any better then patron that's not my pick a lot of these war movies you start to think of right like a saving private ryan a classic film patriotism all of the above my pick however is forrest gump nineteen team ninety four's forrest gump i mean that defines america he runs he just starts running he starts running through america i mean they they tackled different war topics they tackled different themes of america throughout the entire film if i take my most patriotic movie on this fourth of july i think i would go with forrest gump my second choice verb patriotic movie jaws so well what's what's the what's the what's the american theme their jaws a you know i don't know john it's just it's a quintessential 'em patriotism to to fight off that shark into the kill that shark save you know young swimmer and how about this 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#EERS S8 Ep131: The ATL on the Phone

The Erick Erickson Show

52:09 min | 1 year ago

#EERS S8 Ep131: The ATL on the Phone

"Seven eleven has more drinks than times. You've been caught singing in your car and random lyrics stored in your brain combined choose from flavour-filled slurpy embiid gulp drinks chris coconut water energizing cold brew and hot coffee fresh organic cold press juices invigorating energy drinks cooling purely vice his teeth refreshing dear part one hundred percent natural still and sparkling spring water plus many more only at participating seven eleven stores. Do one all hello atlanta. It is eric erickson here atlanta's evening news on w._s._b. Want to be part of the program ram four zero four eight seven two zero seven five zero one eight hundred w. s. b. talk is the number you can get me on social social media e w erickson twitter facebook instagram youtube you name it <hes> now the president of the united states is trying to find ways is to stimulate the economy the reason he wants to do this is because it appears there are serious warning signs that the german economy which is the largest economy right now in europe has headed into recession. A recession is defined as two consecutive quarters of negative growth. The germans have just gone through a quarter order of negative growth and the central bank in germany is warning that they're in a second quarter of negative growth <hes> so there are all sorts of alarm bells going off around the world about the german economy. The reason that this is so significant is because the german economy is the largest in europe but on top off of that <hes> the german economy is the backbone of the european economy with the british planning on leaving to get there. You need to understand brexit exit. <hes> boris johnson is the new prime minister of great britain and boris johnson is opposed to stay in the european union. He it was one of the people he led the effort to withdraw from the european union and championed brexit and he has promised that he would do everything within his power to get great britain out of the european union and he looks set to deliver in the way he looks to deliver is through. What's called a hard brexit that is that the great britain and the european union do not come to an agreement on how to slowly withdraw from the e._u. And instead just automatically the at the end of either this month or next month. I think <hes> the great britain is suddenly not in europe so you have germany in a recession russian. Suddenly the second largest european economy is no longer part of the european economy. Will that hurts the rest of europe. The fallout effect does already expected to hurt great britain. Great britain is already expected to be <hes> economically harmed by withdrawing from the european union. The british british central bank and a private report leaked that was written for the prime minister and the queen's shows that they're expecting some economic chaos win. Great britain leaves the spillover effect into the american economy already <hes> there's an impact across the atlantic but because of the tariffs president trump imposed i we are in a trade war with europe to a degree although not to the extent we are with china. The chinese economy has already been slowing down in there are more and more western western economists who believe that china has essentially been cooking the books and that china is in fact doing worse economically than it's letting on globally probably so the chinese slow-down the hongkong situation continues to destablize although there seems to be some stability there if only because a number of people are looking looking at the situation in hong kong thinking china cannot afford economically for the situation to get out of control nor can the chinese afford to invade in quash the protesters here's because that would completely put the chinese economy into a tailspin but you got all of these things happening around the world. The strongest economy on planet earth is the the american economy. Also you need to know there is another issue related to all of this and that is canada. Justin trudeau pre boy prime minister is in in the midst of a massive scandal in canada and the canadian economy is starting to slow down noticeably so he's headed into an election cycle will where he is in the midst of scandal their economy not doing as strongly as they wanted and now you got the situation with the united states tariffs roofs are hurting american consumers and tariffs or hurting american businesses undoubtedly unquestionably <hes> the president already signaling that he's going to to try to avoid some tariffs that would impact apple because it would put apple at an unfair competitive disadvantage to samsung which makes everything korea <music> apple makes most everything in <hes> china so he's having a wind those down he's having a not impose the tariffs that could impact toys at christmas all of these recognitions by the way that the american consumer actually pays the tariffs not the chinese peter navarro the president's <hes> adviser who convinced him to start a trade war has has been on t._v. Say that no no in fact <hes> nobody pays the terrorists except the chinese. That's not true. The american consumer pays the tariffs. It's starting to have actual measurable impact on the american economy so the president has to do something a one of the things that the president is considering doing and he himself confirmed this afternoon that he's doing but at that yesterday the white house denied there was even consideration of is a payroll tax cut back during the obama administration to help stimulate the economy in two thousand nine. One of the things president obama did was a big payroll tax cut across the board. Even for the rich people paying income taxes and the issue here is that it would immediately impact people's take home pay would immediately allow people people to spend more money. This is also a double edged sword for the president headed into an election season in that if the democrats say no. We're not going to allow people. We'll have more take home. Pay right now because of the debt and the deficit well the president can suddenly blow them up because it's pretty clear that the democrats don't care about the debt and deficit either. It's pretty clear <hes> so the president is trying to reach out to some moderate democrats in key swing states to do this but but there is some pushback coming for the white house from certain democrats. You should know about now. All of this other stuff is happening with the president <hes> behind the seems the president has been reaching out as i said to some of these swing state democrats and the white house doesn't believe these guys will raise any objections to the debt and deficit but but there is some polling out there that suggests in fact some of these democrats if they stand up and look strong on the debt and deficit which is a growing concern for moderate an independent voters. They may be able to fight the president off so you may very well. Have this very interesting a situation where the president of the united states is trying to do a payroll tax cut. He gets buy in from democratic leaders. Yes and it's the democratic moderate who say no because they think it will make them look responsible now. These are the moderates who took republican seats so for example lucy macbeth in the sixth congressional district here in georgia <hes> the i to my nose. The president has not reached out to her. He's reached out to us <hes> to several people though from these moderate newly elected democrats wanting wanting to get them on board and there rebuffing him. I don't know what mc bass position on this would be but i gotta think that now there are more and more reports that the economy is headed headed into a recession. The president obviously does not want to have this thing head into recession so what the president needs and wants to do who is find some way to stimulate the economy and they're going for a two pronged approach pronged one is trying to convince the federal reserve to go on and cut rates one more time. The the president of course is already out there blaming the federal reserve for having raised interest rates <hes> early in his term as the cause of this economic slowdown that there in this weird position i should note the white house wants to say we're not really slowing down while also acknowledging that the federal reserve has caused the slow or at least claiming the federal reserve has caused a slowdown so at one side of the mouse they say no no the economy's doing strongly in <hes> the other side they say well if it's not it's because of the federal reserve not us not because of the terrorists not because of the trade war so they want the federal reserve to go on in lower interest rates again to compensate for the fact that the fed had raised interest rates earlier in addition they wanna try to find a payroll tax cut solution that they can get <hes> republicans and democrats onboard to stave off and one of the ways the the president is trying to <hes> you make this case is to point out that if the president president is in the position of saying we need to make sure that our economy which is strong does it wind up like these other economies and then say well the the democrats won't let us do it. They did this for obama. They won't do it for me. It makes the democrats look like they're trying to wreck the economy to wreck the president's reelection chances and that's something this white house is actually gambling on that. If the economy tanks they will be able to lay the blame at the feet have democrats now unfortunately for the president polling suggests a lot of moderate and independent voters aren't so convinced them as opposed to the erratic nature that of the president and joe biden is actually out today with his first major salvo against the president of the united states and his reelection election campaign and one of the issues that joe biden is is talking about is the erratic unstable mean spirited nature of the president on the campaign in trail. His ad is actually rather interesting. I think in just the way that he is covering the issue wants to approach it. He's trying to make the case to democrats that in fact joe biden is the man who can beat the president and at the same time trying to make the case to independent moderate voters that they need to get behind biden in the general election to bring stability back to the country. Here's the biden add. We know in our bones. This election is different. The stakes are higher the threat the more serious we have to be done. Try and all the polls agreed joe. Biden is the strongest democrat to do the job. No one is more qualified for for eight years. President obama and vice president biden were an administration america could be proud of our allies trust and our kids could look up to together. They weren't to say the american economy to pass the historic affordable care act protecting over one hundred million americans with pre existing conditions now joe biden is just running for president with a plan for america's future to build on obamacare not scrap it to make a record investment in america's schools to lead the world to rebuild our alliances most of all who restore the soul of the nation battered by an erotic vicious bullying precedent strong steady stable state leadership by president. I'm joe biden and i approve this message. Nanu notice the strong steady stable leadership. That's a that's a play for moderate voters democrats could scuttle this for biden by not going along with the president on payroll tax cut if the president's able to cast the democrats as the one scuttling lean an economic spurt in order to take out the president then suddenly it looks like it's the democrats who remained spirit and petty and so the president got nothing to lose with doing this payroll taxes acsi either gets the democrats on board and the president can take credit for leading a united front of democrats and republicans to say the economy or he gets to blame the democrats. Let's for trying to take out the economy to take him out and that runs counter to the message. Joe biden is hoping to carry into the general election for many of us are blinds lines. Whatever use for your windows. 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For twenty dollars off you get full would blind cellular shades roller shades a whole lot more blinds dot com the promo code eric rules and restrictions apply. It is eric erickson here the phone number four zero all four eight seven two zero seven five zero. One eight hundred w._s._b. Talked danny in flowery branch. Well danny i. If you're listening on ninety five point five <hes> <music> the signal out and flowery branch used to be where the tower is and now it's downtown good listen eric <hes> i have a i agree with what you're saying about now. There's some risk and the democrats <hes> pushing back on the tax cut <hes> my concern though is though is that if we get into a negative quarter and <hes> there's snow resolution on the china tara front and there's a daily <hes> media barrage of on the tariff war that wouldn't that be a little bit <hes> <hes> easier to <hes>. It's almost practically on your nose then. It seems like it'd be easier oregon to make yeah listen. I think the media is going to come after the president with everything anything and i really really really do think that tariffs hurt the president because a lot of the president's advisors including larry record-low steve moore and others all were very very public that if the president did tariffs it would slow the american economy down and it would cause problems globally and all the democrats have to do in an ad campaign is take the clips of kudlow and steve moore and others <hes> and run those clips as an ad and say all the president's men told the president not to do this. It would cause a recession. The president did it now. We're in a recession shen. It's not our fault. It's his fault and that that's that's that will be something they can use against him so he's got to be mindful for this and i really think he needs to drop the trade war quickly. I look i realized that he needs to come to some quick terms with china and get out of this <hes> in calls alza rebound in the economy because again all his advisors wore on video saying that this would cause a recession if the president started a trade war with china and europe and he did and you can say no. It's not true you can say no. It's not fair you can say no. They were wrong but guess what they're on video saying that this will cause a recession. We're it looks like we may be headed into one europe and china certainly are and the democrats can just splice those up and say look they told the president and he didn't listen. He's not listened justin do advisors and whether they were right or wrong. What do you think most people are gonna think now when we come back. We need to talk about prostate cancer. When i interview a group a new great event happening here in atlanta you need to know about it is eric erickson in here at news ninety five five a._m. Seven fifty w._s._b. I guess what now let's say ninety five point five w._s._b. Atlanta's news and talk. It's a habit so we've got an event coming up here that you need to know about an alfa reta on november third which is a sunday from two to five a. T. not often prostate. Cancer is going to be top golf alfa l. a. alfa reta joining me to talk about this and also talk about zero. The prostate cancer the leading national <music> nonprofit with a mission to end <hes> in prostate cancer is sean supers and mike. I don't see your you're last name in the email. It's fire yup here. Mike what is your. What is your last name. I don't see it any cancer warrior mike. It's not all and you t. l. there you go all right and did i just lose sean on the full. I think i might have just lost sean here. He is oak. Nobody literacy. Let's see <hes> yeah okay shawn eve. Can somebody fire that up because i'm afraid i'll disconnect sean on the call all right. We're getting everybody on the phone. Okay sean. How are you welcome to the program. Thanks for having us. I'm doing great. Thank you so so. Can you tell us about <hes>. The website is zero cancer dot org and tell us about the program <hes> yeah absolutely so <hes> you know zero of course our mission is right. There in her name is an prostate cancer and we invite everybody zero cancer dot org to learn more we coming to alfa greta georgia there to the greater area for the kiosks and prostate cancer. It is super fun event. It is on sunday afternoon. Those numbers third eric from two to five p._m. Eric we checked. It's a falcons football sold out in the note. No excuses does not come and join us and if you've ever been a top ball it's a super great time. You don't have to have any so i have no golfing whatsoever and i play <hes>. It's really fun at the social afternoon will pick for a few hours on what some speakers on prostate cancer expert from the local atlanta area who will be speaking. Thank we'll have a heater buffet and some beer and wine and really does have a good time supporting each other all the families who are impacted by prostate. They cancelled the greater atlanta area know that they're not alone. It's there for them and of course as we're having time with each other will be raising money to fueled zeros programs and euro has remained areas that we focus on we could see work on capitol hill to protect and advance prostate cancer research funding we we <hes> also of course want to be raising awareness of this issue. One and nine american men are diagnosed with prostate cancer one in six six o'clock in american men with prostate cancer there disproportionately excited and that's one of the things that we're certainly looking into you wanna find a solution to you but that particular particular audience we wanna make sure that they understand what their risks are certainly because early screaming the cancer is actually nearly one hundred percent treatable if caught in early tasers leader. It's really really dudley and can be a very aggressive fights and mike your prostate cancer survivor aren't you. That's right. When when were you diagnosed in in hell. How long ago was your treating mental. <hes> actually got the call as i call it from <hes> my urologist who would be my surgeon on january thirtieth this year so <hes> we scheduled <hes> what's called radical robotic prostatectomy for april four so early in the morning april fourth i had it taken out in front away and <hes> recovery was really pretty easy and i got back to work in about six weeks and on with my life turned into kind of a <hes> activist so in i know some of the statistics you guys over so i would have them. Every seventeen minutes an american man dies of prostate cancer her eighty six deaths per day thirty one thousand six hundred twenty year one in nine will be diagnosed in the lifetime the third leading cause of cancer deaths in america and then this <hes> which is for georgia in two thousand nineteen five thousand one hundred forty men are going to be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year nine hundred under twenty. You're going to die now as someone dealing with cancer in my family my wife's got lung cancer and she's got a history of breast cancer. It does seem notable to me and and i think it's a fair statement eight minutes here cancer advocates for other groups say that he prostate cancer seems to be the one that doesn't get as much national exposure as a lot of the other cancers out there and and yet it is so common in men yeah. I think that <hes> i think that's changing rapidly. Thanks two zero champions late. Mike <hes> <hes> and and champions are elite volunteers for zero who take their passion for the cause at for wanting to save lives and put it into action their local communities leave the mic is a shining example of one of our newest zero champions and just you know arranging to you and your audience day. Eric is a great example of that. I hope we will reach some people with a message that will encourage them to go and get screens. There's a very simple blood test that can take to get screened and <hes> mike if i'm not mistaken taken that might be how you got diagnosed <hes> yeah and so <hes> i think that's the most important thing that we want to drive home today is that they're really easy screening cleaning methods and hopefully <hes> your listeners wilco get themselves checked and we might be able to save some lives here today and they can go to zero cancer dot org they can find out about the tea often prostate cancer alfred november third as well correct great. Thank you both so much for taking time out. <hes> really do appreciate very very much <hes> and which we had some more time unfortunately as as mike knows with my clock situation here in georgia. I don't have a ton of time but i i wanted to make sure that this great event was highlighted. <hes> again people go to zero cancer dot org. It is tea off atlanta tee off in prostate cancer here in atlanta now now when we come back we need to move into atlanta. News stacey abrams continuing her tour of t._v. Shows out there this time saying some very amazing things about voter fraud <hes> he actually you know what i've got time real quick. I always forget in the four o'clock. Walk our now. I got a couple extra minutes and i wanna make sure that you hear this audio from c._c._a. Rooms we certainly need to talk about it. We gotta do a little more as well. In the <hes> five five o'clock hour about the sixteen nineteen project there are more essays coming out but i want you to listen to this from stacey abrams. First of all that are fried is a myth it does not exist. People aren't aren't putting on a fake mustaches trying to vote twice but voter suppression israel. We know that voter i._d. Laws seem perfectly normal but if you lived in alabama when when they passed the law they also shut down two thirds. I believe of the organizations of the d._m._v.'s in black communities so that the very people who needed those ideas would not be able to get them if you live in indiana where they move your polling place in hamilton county outside of the bounds of the city. You didn't have a car. You couldn't get to vote and so we have to recognize. Is that again these these laws seem very basic but the application and the implication is that your vote doesn't matter and that's why fair fight twenty twenty any dot org is designed to go beyond registration so she's doing this whole tour out there now about these things but she's other claiming that voter fraud does it exist exists when there actually are ample cases of voter fraud historically in this country and recently in this country one of the things that i think is worth pointing out though is that if we are really honest about it there is no systematic effort in this country to suppress the vote despite what stacey abrams democrats would have you believe and there is no systematic medic effort in this country to commit voter fraud as a lot of republicans would have you believe there's just not there isn't the data to support either side on this and both sides want to use the the argument well but how can you tell how do you know well because we have a very good way of a means of testing in this country in terms about access ballot security photo i._d. Photo i._d. Actually one of those republican ideas the democrats don't like claiming it suppresses the vote when in fact the data does not bear that out the data actually shows that the african american vote wrote rate in this country is on the increase and that's a good thing but we shouldn't be dismissive of voter fraud. We shouldn't be dismissive of voter suppression but we shouldn't actually build either one of them up to be the be all end. All both sides wanna blame something for their losses and frankly i oh i think this is stacey. Abrams coming to terms with recognizing she lost fair and square and also realizing that there are a lot of white liberals who feel guilty for not reporting her the first time and now is their time to write her checks and she can cash in on all the guilt from a bunch of white liberals on the coast who didn't support her because they supported beto the phone number. Here is four four eight seven two zero seven five zero one eight hundred w._s._b. Talk i meant to mention this. The other day that the department of revenue has updated its rules so that you can do curbside liquor purchases if liquor stores drive thru and curbside you know there are some stores now that they wanna be able to do <hes> curbside purchasing you know grocery stores you get beer wine with your curbside delivery pickup at the kroger or the public's or whatnot yeah you can't under current rules will now you can because the rules have been changed in your local liquor store can actually walk out to your car with your bottle of bourbon or scotch or whatever but local local governments still tend to prohibit this so you gotta you gotta consulting local worlds but the department of transportation our transportation no no not them. The department of revenue has has made it more easy for this to be able able to proceed now this is i want to tell you all this bizarre and it's i mean i don't wanna laugh about it but at the same time geez piece purely a nick dude died at the hyatt. I think last night the downtown hyatt <hes> you know the one with the u._f._o. Revolving restaurant apparently was running through the hotel naked and was on the tenth floor and wanted to jump from one room to another and missed and went splat <hes> i i would assume given a story like that. Their drugs and alcohol involved. I would assume i don't no no those are the details. I know names have been released. What a bizarre bizarre thing to happen and now i need to give you all your life for the day if doug turnbull is listing. I hope you get your laugh out of this to be in the traffic. Guy a georgia man has been cited for littering in indiana by a state patrol officer her for driving down the interstate and littering now. How on earth does an indiana state patrol pullover. Somebody from georgia for littering on the interstate will apparently gently the man his wife and child were in the car. The child had an explosion in his diaper there on the interstate. The wife cleans it up. Gets the diaper changed. They have nowhere to throw the diaper except out the window where it goes airborne and lands on the windshield of the state patrol that was buying them. They got pulled their only cited them for littering. Thank goodness good evening. It is eric erickson exit here atlanta's evening news on w._s._b. The phone number four zero four eight seven two zero seven five zero one eight hundred w._s._b. Is be talk <hes> there has been some controversy here in the metro area over the a._t. L. i gotta tell you i i started getting text messages yesterday from people who went to the. I didn't know what the heck they were talking about. I was like what you do. Atlanta and you didn't have a quorum the minute length. What are you talking about. I had no idea i think i've talked to just about every single republican who is involved now. In what is the a._t. L. it is the the atlanta regional transit link authority so the are the the a._t. L. the atlanta regional transit link authority is is composed of state legislators county commission chairman and mayors representing fulton gwinnett and for saif counties and they met met in duluth to fill a post on the atlanta regional transit link authority the was vacated by board member marcia anderson boehmer who she resigned. She's taken a position with marta here listening in the l. a. Whatever you wanna call it whatever they do. Here's here's what's important democrats. You got stacey abrams running around saying count every vote. You got democrats run around saying count every vote last night. The democrats and one republican did not want to count every vote now. The republican has a <hes> valid. Excuse i have talked to him brandon brandon beach <hes> who's running for congress state senator what happened is that every meeting of this group the l. they call it every time they a meat there are people who can't make the meeting and so they every time have taken votes to allow votes by phone every time this board has met there have been votes by phone every time the board has met there has been votes by phone in fact they met in october over and in october they met and they took votes by phone because there were people who couldn't make it but took the time out of wherever they were or to call in and in fact yesterday there were people who called in by phone. One person was in london. One person was in the the i._c._u. Or the emergency room hang on a second. I got the details of who these people are. Let's see <hes> yes. <hes> one person was in in london. One person was on a business trip. Another was called to the hospital suddenly because her brother was in i._c._u. And other member to were also outta town book took took the time to call in as well to cast this vote for district to for the l. the atlanta regional transit link authority and and every time they've met there have been people by phone in every time they've met the board has voted to accept votes by phone the only person who has consistently opposed taking votes by phone what is brandon beach. Who's running for congress in last night. Brandon beach predictably voted to oppose taking <hes> phone call votes in the reason he said to me is because he takes the time to travel all the way from alfa reta over duluth in rush hour traffic to make the time because he made the commitment. He thinks everybody else should as well. He doesn't like to take votes by phone. Understandable understandable a philosophical thing for him but all of the democrats on this group who always take phone votes and who all voted in october to take votes by phone last night said nope. We're not gonna take votes by phone. Why why would they do that. When just last october they all voted to take boat by phone and the year before that they all voted take votes by phone and half a year before for that. They all voted to take votes by phone last night. They said nope. We're not gonna do this this time why the l. this board always takes votes by phone the reason they did not take votes by phone last night. The reason the democrats on the board refused to take votes vote by phone last night is this the republicans on the board had the vote to put their preferred candidate into into the spot on district to the republicans had the votes except for their members. Five of their members had to be by phone home so the democrats on this board who say count every vote these are po- these are democratic politicians who in stacey abrams ran for office. I said count every vote. These are democratic politicians. Who said do whatever you can. You got to count votes. Even if you think the ballots dubious you gotta count the votes. These are democrats who on multiple occasions on this very committee said we gotta count all the votes so we need the people by fold to be counted last night abandoned what they claimed were their convictions and principles because they were afraid a republican might actually win the vote put it was real easy for them to stand on their convictions with this organization win. They thought they could win but when the republicans had the majority of the vote to be able to put someone in they balked. They refuse to take the vote so what happened. Here's what happened. According to the bylaws of this organization the atlanta regional transit link authority again made up of people from fulton gwinnett in for size essentially what these democrats wanted to do is disenfranchise franchise ten percent of the metro atlanta population. That's where it amounted to the people they wanted to exclude from voting represented about ten percent of the metro area staggering and what happened is the republicans on the committee realized that if they got up and walked what there would be no quorum and the vote would not happen and so the republicans decided to stage a walkout now. I'm told that brandon beach did did not walk out <hes> that he was willing to stay but then he was willing to to oppose phone votes because he always opposes phone votes and i talked to a friend of brandon the beaches zoos in the republican caucus eddie r- opposed foam boat votes there as well. It's a philosophical they've ram so not gonna fault him on this one now. Some of his colleagues are are are very upset and they also think that brandon wanted to side with the democrats on the democratic nominee the former chairman of marta. I hadn't confirmed that <hes> i just know he devoted to refuse to take phone votes and his republican colleagues walked out and the group lost the quorum now now i wanna compare and contrast beach to the democrats in this in that he votes every single time to oppose taking phone votes and he does that in the republican caucus for the state senate as well the democrats though they oppose constantly league or they support constantly taking votes. They supported in october. They've supported it <hes> earlier last year. They supported at the year before that they they always support taking phone votes but last night they opposed it. Some of the democrats in this organization are the very same democrats who were on national national t._v. Saying count every vote for stacey abrams and last night they didn't want to count every vote even when the people took the time to show up by phone from foreign countries to ensure that they would be there be a responsible member of the committee who couldn't make the physical meeting but still could take time out of an i._c._u. Visit to their brother or a trip to london could be there to vote and the democrats said you know what we we're not into count votes anymore. We you gotta be here now. They h. changed the rules essentially because they were afraid. The republicans could win now. Do you understand why are there a lot of republicans who really don't wanna be committed to infrastructure and transit issues in the metro atlanta area when you're working with people like this. Why do you even want to bother. Wouldn't it be nice if search engines and social media sites were unbiased platforms that didn't choose aside politically keep dreaming in two two thousand sixteen. 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I actually am kind of aggravated with this news myself. Sony pictures has scrapped the marvel deal for spiderman <hes> they are withdrawing from their arrangement with marvel where marvel produces the spider spiderman films and they split the proceeds fifty fifty <hes>. They don't wanna do that anymore. Tom holland spiderman is the best spider-man herman <hes> better than tobey maguire certainly better than andrew garfield <hes> they made him part of the avengers they wrapped him into the whole marvel universe and now sony is giving giving marvel the middle finger and walking away from the table saying they want nothing more to do with it now. Can you imagine can can you just just imagine poor old peer parker sitting there realizing he's going to yet again have another reboot where he's going to have to yet again. Relive uncle been getting shot because the idiot sits only screw this up now. My one caveat here is that my suspicion is the reason sony walked away after it was very clear that marvel was weaving the spiderman character further into the marvel universe which sony could profit from but there are lots of rumblings actually that sony <hes> really wants to get out of the film business and disney can't by sony pictures because it bought fox the justice. There's no way the justice department would let them do this this but maybe just maybe sony is walking away from the table. Hoping mickey mouse can boob out some gold to by peter parker and the spidey <hes> cinematic universe from sony which is maybe a smart move because sony could definitely use the money right now but this is ridiculous that they spent all this time weaving spidey chris burns says sony pictures can suck and i agree. I completely agree. I think mansoni dan sony stock by the way is tanking because of this and probably deservedly so what a bunch of idiots it is. You're here accent here atlanta's evening news on w._s._b. The full number four zero four eight seven two zero seven five zero one eight hundred hundred w._s._b. Talk wanna talk a little more about the sixteen nineteen project at the new york times and another grievous egregious factual error from the new york times. You might have heard rush limbaugh talking about this today. He actually read my piece from the resurgent dot com on his show today and it's about the opening essay <hes> which is from nicole hannah jones and i wanna read you a very the very key paragraph that shaped sir dire essay conveniently left out of our founding methology is the fact that one of the primary reasons the colonists decided to declare their independence from britain was because they wanted to protect the institution of slavery by seventeen seventy six britain had grown deeply conflicted over its role in the barbaric institution that had reshaped the western hemisphere in london. There were growing calls to abolish the slave trade that would have opened the economies mees of the colonies in both the north of the south the wealth and prominence that allow jefferson at just thirty three and the other founding fathers to believe they could successfully break off from one of the mightiest empires hires. The world came from the dizzying profits generated and chattel slavery in other words. We may never have revolted against britain if the founders had not understood that slavery empowered read them to do so nor if they had not believed that independence was required in order to ensure that slavery would continue it is not incidental that ten of the nations i twelve presidents were in slavers some might argue the nation was founded not as a democracy but as a slave accuracy actually it wasn't founded as democracy aura slave accuracy. The founders were deeply skeptical of the idea of direct democracy. They want a democratic institutions but they wanted a republican form of government in which they could be skeptical of of in dilute the power of the majority but take the initial premise conveniently left out of our founding mythology is the fact that one of the primary reasons the colonists decided decided to declare independence was because they wanted to protect the institution of slavery. Do you know that's not true. I hope you know that as a factual error it is a lie it it is not true and you don't have to take my opinion for it. Let me give you the facts. The abolitionist movement started in the united states. Be in the american colonies before it spread to london that is a fact it is an in disputed fact massachusetts began considering abolishing the slave trade in seventeen nineteen sixty seven before london started talking about it it voted in seventeen seventy one and seventeen seventy four to end the the practice altogether and it was the british governor general who vetoed the effort to end slavery the the continental congress in seventeen seventy four pledge to end the slave trade in seventeen seventy six. Even the southern states remember here. Here's one of her premises. Let me let me read you. The primus london ending the slave they've trade would've up ended the call the economy of the colonies in both the north and the south the wealth and prominence that allow jefferson and the other founders to believe they could successfully break off from one of the mightiest impairs. The world came from the dizzying profits generated by chattel slavery in seventeen seventy six. This is the fact the southern states dates agreed to go along with all the other colonies and abide by non-importation of slave from abroad. They stopped the slave trade in seventeen seventy six as a way to punish the british because it was the british making money off the slave trade but you know those those are just facts those facts ah i realize we're emotionally driven a day but what about the words of the founders bernard belan i've mentioned him. Several times have encouraged to read his book. He wrote a very influential show. Book called the ideological origins of the american revolution. He's a harvard professor and his book is a pulitzer prize winner. It's won the bancroft prize. It's one massive. Prizes is is it is required reading virtually every college in the country and one of the things that bernard belan did is he actually win in and read the writings of the founders and not just of the founders. He read their private diaries. He read their letters to their wives. He's read their letters to their mistresses. He read the letters of the foot soldiers. He read the letters of the merchants whose whose names you don't even know because they weren't even involved at the upper levels of the revolution. They just happened to be american colonists. Let me read you what he wrote. <hes> would woodborough bela bela right. She cites thomas jefferson. Who in his letter to the delegates of virginia to the first continental congress said that one of the things they needed to work on was the abolition initiative domestic slavery which is great object of desire in those colonies where it was unhappily introduced in their infant's date in seventeen sixty six seventy seventeen sixty six steven johnson of line connecticut the one of the famous preachers there preached on the general nature and consequences of enslaving measures and how the iniquity equity of slavery and it's shocking ill-effects and terrible consequences affected negatively the enslavers and the enslaved samuel cook in his massachusetts election sermon of seventeen seventy famous sermon that was reproduced and spread through the colonies argued that in tolerating slavery quote we the patrons of liberty have have dishonored the christian name and degraded human nature nearly to a level with the beasts that parish and devoted his text to the cause of our quote unquote african slaves and and the abolition of slavery the very famous benjamin rush gave a sweeping condemnation of slavery in seventeen seventy three two three years before the major movements of the revolution began he wrote on slave keeping and said advocates for american liberty. You espoused the cause ause of humanity in general liberty and then wrote against a vice that degrade human nature. The plan of liberty is of so tinder in nature that it cannot thrive long in the neighborhood of slavery. Remember the eyes of all europe or fixed upon you to preserve an asylum for freedom in this country after the last pillars of our fallen in every quarter of the globe even patrick henry who admitted that they could not immediately radical slavery recognized they would have to do so after independence and he said he hoped quote for an opportunity to be offered to abolish the lamentable evil now you can say they didn't have the courage of their convictions vixen the time and they didn't because they were trying to win their own freedom from britain but don't say that one of the primary again a direct quote one of the primary the reasons for the colonists declared their independence from britain was because they wanted to protect the institution of slavery that has ally is ally on the record is ally in the writings as an ally in the actions. It is is a live from the pulpits at his alive from the sermons. It is a lie and yet the new york times wants to perpetuate this lie because they wanna be race grievance mongers against donald trump and stir up racial animosity in this country by painting a fraudulent picture of american history where they then tell you you're either on the side of progressive socialist socialist or you're white supremacists. That's what they wanna do. They're wrong for it and doing this and trying to reframe american history and you need to know the facts because because god help you. You're going to be bullied in believing bullied by even the medium to tell you. You're a racist if you think that this country is actually a good country. I'm still l. Bummed about this whole sony pictures thing it just absolutely garbage that they would take marvel off now. I misstated earlier here. I said it was a fifty fifty deal. Know what what disney was offering was fifty fifty deal in the past they got five percent gross of the pictures and they felt like they were putting in all the work <hes> doing the the creative and everything else and they wanted more out of it and it's only so now i gotta imagined this is just a way for sony to try and get disney to to pony up the money and they're not going to do it. I wouldn't imagine <hes> what just a boneheaded move by sony. They are probably the worst pictures do out there for perspective effective their latest spiderman beat sky fall james bond movie and no an ad from dad all right save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive gotta take these off right. What is this. This looks good wow. Where did you get this. I'm talking to you with the hair yes. Where did you get this good stuff solid. That's not the near that solid. 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GSMC Sports Podcast Episode 544: Drama with the Lakers, Raptors over Bucks, Remembering Bart Star

GSMC Sports Podcast

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GSMC Sports Podcast Episode 544: Drama with the Lakers, Raptors over Bucks, Remembering Bart Star

"And now an ad from dad, right? Save money on car insurance. When you bundle home and auto with progressive gotta take these off, right? What is this good? Wow. Where did you get this? I'm talking to you with the hair. Yeah. Where did you get this good stuff and solid? That's not veneer that solid stuff. Progressive can't save you from becoming your parents, but we can't save you money when you bundle home and auto. Progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurance. Discounts not available in all states or situations. This is your ultimate stop for everything sports. The Golden State media concepts or it's podcast. Should I say more? From the NFL MLB, the NBA to MMA all in here. The Golden State media concepts sports, fide cast, listen. All right. Thank you for two hundred into the TSMC's sports bar. Tasks, I am your host tape and today we are going to be talking about. The NBA finals, which will be the Toronto Raptors versus Golden State, and we're gonna talk about how the raptors ended up getting there. We're going to touch on the big story to just Cana came out as a report. Detailing some of the crazy things that have been going on with the Los Angeles Lakers. The ROY Moore about rob Pelinka and Magic Johnson and Jeannie bus, and then we're gonna wanna talk a little bit. Also about the passing a Bart star. For a lot of people, they may not know who Bart Starr may not know Bart star because he played quite a while ago. But we're gonna talk about his passing and his affect one modern sports, and the NFL. And if we have a little time, we're gonna talk about the Dallas Cowboys and what's going on as far as with the heat, the heat that kind of Jason geared is going to be receiving this season. It's kind of a Super Bowl or bus kind of situation so to kick things off. We're going to go ahead and talk about how I am absolutely shocked that the Toronto Raptors actually won the Eastern Conference finals and is now going to be playing the Golden State Warriors for the NBA championship, and there's no real surprised at Golden State. It is actually in the finals. I think everyone most people most experts had toront- me, Golden State go into the finals. But when you look at most of the experts, everyone was taking a walkie the win this whole thing. Not just the Eastern Conference. But there was a lot of experts that were taking Milwaukee to win it all. And if you look at last show, we were talking about how. The first two games. It looked just that way that Toronto was mean that Toronto was kinda outmatched. Milwaukee had a deeper bench. They had better coaching. They had better three point shooting. They had better defense. They had everything that look better. And when you look at it. It was Jaanus versus Kawai. That was the only thing that was close. And then Nick nurse made a big change at the end of game to. And what he did was this is when he decided that he was gonna put quiet Leonard. Owen janas? And whatever Janas was not there. They were going to double and triple teen. Jaanus so that. They control Janas and the thing about Jaanus that they kind of notices that Janas likes to get the ball at the top of the key at the at the top of half court and then draft straight down the middle and which they just had everyone collapsed on them and take that driving to middle away from him and make him shoot mid range shots, and it almost didn't work, the first the first time when they engaged three they were just adjusting to it. They weren't collapse in down it took a couple of quarters before it started to work game three which would have changed everything from Milwaukee because they would've they took two overtimes double overtime for Toronto to win that one. Jess that change if they would have been if Milwaukee would've been able to win in overtime any at any point. They would have went up a commanding three oh lead. And this series would have been over in Milwaukee was going to the finals, but it didn't happen that way. And after game three Toronto mean Toronto never made the jesmyn to buy on Janas. They didn't make the jesmyn to how they would collapse down and kind of out, physical. Milwaukee. And once Janas was kind of taken out of the game, and he was forced to make mid range jumper after mid range jumper. His file shooting went down. Everything everyone else became. Is kind of like everything was kinda created right off of, of Janas. And so you had a situation where? Other players weren't stepping up. If you had a few other players are would've stepped up. It could have opened up the doors. A little bit more to spread things around to give us more opportunities, but they didn't just never happen. It just never came to fruition for them. And because of that you have a situation where Milwaukee who had lost two games in a row. Three games in a row. All year. Ended up losing four straight and get in a better word swept out of the playoffs. They won the first two but then it was a clean sweep from that point on four straight games. They're out of the playoffs. And now you have a situation where you have to Toronto Raptors and Drake heading to Golden State. And when you look at this matchup between Golden State and Toronto, I know, Vegas and a lot of people going to look at this and say, this is an this is going to be an easy win for Golden State. I don't see it that way. You have a situation where. The re the raptors are actually moving with. A lot of confidence. They're not rusty because they've been in a series in Golden State's been one sitting around resting and game. One is the key game one. You're gonna have a situation where. Golden State, who has been sitting around waiting on Toronto to make it to the finals. Now game one Toronto's it's gonna be in Toronto. So you're going to have to travel to Canada. They have not just home field advantage, but home country advantage. There's going to be that place is going to be rocking is going to be sharp. I truly truly expect Toronto to win game one. I, I have very little doubt. I know Golden State has been to the finals five straight times going for three pizza very Hungary, but I look a game one as a pivotal game for Toronto. They have to get game one. If if Toronto messes around though and loses game one then it's just bad news. It's just gonna be all bad news for them. But if they can take game one and even the two games at home. The one thing that they have to push for is to try to make this a rough and tumble type of a series in which it goes seven games. If it goes seven games, then I give Toronto a real shot. But at any point, if they lose if Toronto lose any of the first two games, then I get go. And state winning in this and six games. I just look at it as if they lose a game at home Theron Ming, Golden State wins goes back to oracle takes two more games. They're just a momentum. The fact that boogie cousins will be back. It would Dowell will be back. You may even get Durant later in the season for in the playoffs here. That's just way too much. They cannot fall behind Tronto has no choice. But to get off and really take it to Golden State or they have no shot. We're gonna take a quick break. When we come back, we're going to talk about that, Los Angeles, Laker drama and what's going on there? Stay tune. And we'll be right back. Tweeting your burgers a copy table. You want to eat a bird or put it on a bar full your instincts to be dubbed, for the new all American cheese, voter, fresh juicy fiefs fast tillage crispy around the edges. 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See podcasts dot com back slash football. Dash podcasts get updates. I'm college rivalries, key, insights, and much much more. It's football talk the way you want it this show sleeps and breathes football, don't forget to like on Facebook and follow them on Twitter. Visit yes MC podcast dot com for more info. Okay. We're back. We just text on a little bit about. The Toronto Raptors. Upsetting the Milwaukee Bucks. And we'll touch a little bit more about how. We think they're going to fail are against Golden State, but the big story today is the report the came out from a writer from ESPN, who had been following an interviewing Laker front office and coaches. An employee es. And boy, he had a heck of a report here. In the report, he talks about how. When you refer to Magic Johnson. There was Magic Johnson. The the face which was magic was to guide, the fun loving the guy everyone loved. And then there was even an urban was the businessman who was like, the, the cut throat businessman who on a couple of different Cajun's. Employees had panic attacks after being in meetings with him how he was kind of the he was called kind of a bully. And then there was a report in this report. They also talk about how genie bus runs this runs the Lakers kind of as a family, mom and pop type business, which is something that has already been out there. But this kind of confirmed that a little bit more than that. She has a lot of people in our ear from Kurt Rambis the genie Rambus to feel Jackson. Rob pelinka? Then when you talk about rob Pelinka. This is wonder more damning statements. The lack of trust that there was numerous accounts of how people just didn't trust them how they went as far as a call him kind of untruthful, or even a liar. Even and then there was also talk about that. Lebron James is agent. Rich Paul had unprecedented access to the teen. So that was a report at wanted to touch on that. And Magic Johnson was on ESPN and he addressed his and he denied that he's ever had a problem within employee's and. And he talked about how he had never been in to, you know, human resources. And things like that. And I still I, I think magic gives makes himself very makes himself very credible when you're when you're looking at things, and you're if you're a business owner or your manager, or your boss. Especially someone like Magic Johnson. You're used to seeing the celebrity Magic Johnson, the Magic Johnson with the big old smile. He's shaken hands. He's kissing babies. He's, he's. He's showtime. But as an executive you are, you also have a job, and your job is to get the most out of people. And when you have a situation where you bring when you come on to a job like the Lakers, you kinda get a sometimes you gotta clean house, and so if everyone's coming in, and they're thinking, they're gonna get Magic Johnson. The very nice guy and you come in and. And you make the guy that's gonna fire. You your whole opinion of Magic Johnson will change. So. When you look at that because of what the position he's in, he can't be at as an executive. You cannot be everyone's friend, being a boss is absolute definition of I'm no longer, your friend. And if you have a bunch of people that magic and magic spin around the Lakers office for years as a friend as an ambassador. He comes in. He says, hi to everyone shakes hands shows, you know, a lot of support footer Lakers, and then he leaves, but now as an executive, he's walking in that office, as your boss, and he has to make the tough decisions on. No. I don't want Luke Walton here or this executive, they're not doing the job. Right. Or maybe they're slacking off. I can't be your friend. I have to let you know, either you do the job, or you're gone, and that's part of being an executive now. Now. When you talk about the one part when that he talked about that was kinda LeBron James is agent, having unprecedented access. That was brought up in magic Johnston addressed that. And also LeBron James agent also addressed that issue when you talk about rich. Paul, the unprecedented issue. Rich Paul was in on the east coast. He was flying back to the west coast. He has Magic Johnson. Hey, do you mind? If I if I read back with you guys cross country on the plane. Well, it's not something that an executive would normally say yes, to but magic said, yes. And pretty much they just said that was a one time deal only he wrote across country one time. So I don't really. I don't really give that much. You know, I don't get that excited about the fact that Rich Paul road on the Lakers playing one time, it's not something that an agent should Norne an agent would not normally be on a team plane. But when you look at the situation, it was a one time deal they were also in the midst of trying to get Anthony Davis to come to the Lakers, which was, which is rich. Paul is his agent. I have no problem with that, especially if you're trying to make Anthony get, you know, trying to get Anthony Davis on board on, on coming to the Lakers. So no, that's not a big deal. The damning. The most damning report to me still goes what rob Pelinka? And everything that I keep hearing keeps going back to rob Pelinka when you look at rob Pelinka. And the backstabbing that Irvin Magic Johnson talks about about how. There was one person that was making that was doing the back seven he made no bones about it was rob Pelinka when you listen to other other agents and other executives and they're saying, listen, this is a guy you cannot trust. This is a guy that has no problem lying to you. And they used the word lie. Other agents other executives. Other executives who wants nothing to do with rob Pelinka where they talk about how. Wrap Lincoln towed, everyone that a Kobe Bryant was having a having dinner with he's ledger. And he had already passed away, just a lie for no reason. And the reason why say this is the most damning of all things is because. Numerous executives and numerous agents have made the statement that you cannot trust rob Pelinka that they do not wanna work with rob Pelinka. And if you're the Lakers, and you're coming off a five years, that you haven't made the playoffs, and you look around, and you're saying, hey, I want this free agent to come meet here. Well, if you don't, if you're agent doesn't want you to go there. The most likely your clients not going there, unless they go against their agent. If you're trying to make a trade like the Anthony Davis trade, and you have a situation where no one wants to trade or even talk with. Rob Pelinka it literally puts you in your organization in a bad place. And it goes back to the last part about thinking about Jeannie bus, and they talk about how genie bus runs the Lakers like a family, mom and pop business and. I feel like genie is trying to put people around her that she know that she trust that she's comfortable with. But it's kind of right now is kind of backfire on her. The smart thing to do the head a great opening magic set them up perfectly. They should have would magic step down. This was an opportunity to clean house. They should have got rid of rob Pelinka. They should have got real Luke Walton and then brought in a top-flight ojectives a Pat Riley, a Jerry. Wes. Whomever, the Lakers pretty much had their pick of any executive they want it. But that's what that organization needs. They need a top down executive and executives to come in and rebuild his organization and have it run like a well or oil machine that they were known for under genie's dead. And when you look at things right now with the draft coming up with trades that are possible coming up here. Is it time for the Lakers, digest cut bait? And just say you know what before the draft. We're going to cut bait with rob Pelinka. I say, yes, I think the Lakers should get rid of put, rob Pelinka, and then they should go out and bring in a real, president of basketball operations and a real general manager. And that way, they have a situation where they can actually go out and get some top flight. Eight free agents. Because not only do you not only are you with the Lakers, not only are you trying to get. A top tier free agent. But you have to surround LeBron was shooting. And so you have to go out and get some shooting, you gotta go out and get another free agent. And that's a lot of work for a first year general manager. Rob Pelinka again, and a free. A general manager said, no one likes and no one wants to work with. That is a recipe for disaster. 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Report that came out for the Los Angeles Lakers about how crazy things Guidon there with his function of the Los Angeles Lakers. And now we're going to a more somber moment here where we're talking about the loss of the late great Bart star bar star of the Green Bay Packers. Super Bowl one and Super Bowl to MVP. Bar star is was considered. One of the all time greats. He's one of the very first run first quarterbacks in the NFL, maybe not done the level of a Michael Vick type run type I x quarterback, but he was definitely considered one of the first run. I quarterbacks. When you look when you look at things and you say he was he was the seventeenth round pick and the nineteen fifty seven fifty six draft. He holds. And still holds right. That his day a nine one postseason record, which is the best and NFL history. And Bart star played in an era where before the Super Bowl and one of the things I don't like about the NFL is the fact that they started the whole Super Bowl thing. And now no one recognizes all the championships from before the Super Bowl bar star won five championships in seven years with two winning in also one like I said, Super Bowl, one and Super Bowl, too, and won the MVP in both years. And he was part of the, the hall of fame class of nineteen seventy seven. So you have one or the all time greats that we've lost. That was this weekend. And then yesterday, we ended up losing Red Sox. Great Bill Buckner as well and kind of a. I have mixed feelings with this one, very sad situation. And it's good to see everyone praising Bill Buckner now. And the Red Sox of try have tried to in the last few years of really tried to embrace him. But for very long time he was. Kind of paint it with a black Mark, because he's the guy that let the the ball drove he had the air which ends up costing Boston a World Series. And he had a black market, which everyone he was treated, very poorly for many, many years. And Boston, the media really bashed him for a long time, and it sucks. The sea. You know, now that it's gone everyone's praising him when I think a lot of people should have thought about how his he was a great player for Boston for many years and because of one play he was treated bad for decades. And this shows that. You know, you should have praised the man more while he was live. Because he's not here to appreciate the praised that you're giving him today. He was a great man. He was a fantastic baseball player. And one error does not tarnish his legacy. He's a baseball great. And he will definitely be loss. Once more we take one quick break. And then when we come back, we're gonna talk a little bit about the Dallas Cowboys stay tuned, and we'll be right back. Terry. This isn't working. Is it because I still be living with me motor. Is it because we made me Scully wives. No, I like your friends. It's the pirate. 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And now we're gonna talk a little bit about the Dallas Cowboys today. And there's a number of reports that Jason Garrett is under a lot of pressure this season that and men, I say. I think it's under he's under a lot of pressure. That's not reasonable. You cannot have a situation where you have a coach that the expectation is from the Dallas cowboy organization way. It's been implied that it's Super Bowl or bus if Jason geared does not get to a Super Bowl, then he will not have his job next year. And that is just not a real expectation. But when you look at the fact that they went out and got Amari Cooper slot receiver main at Randall Cobb for the slot. They got Amari Cooper. They got Dak Prescott they got a decoy Elliott. They the Cowboys feel like they should be favored to win. This the go to the Super Bowl minimum, go to the Super Bowl and. The one thing they haven't made change at that. They're not. They haven't upgraded is their coach and they feel like they have a Super Bowl team here. And if you do if just geared does not pull off a Super Bowl. They're going to pull them. They're gonna fire him. I don't think you can take that kind of approach. Is either he's your guy or he's not your guy? And if you're coaching by looking over your shoulder, then you're doomed, I feel like you're doomed to fail. Now do I look at the Dallas Cowboys and say are they a Super Bowl contender? I say, yes, Dallas is a definite Super Bowl contender. But. To say I mean you look at the New Orleans Saints last year. Fantastic season a top flight team, but one play change their fortune from going to the Super Bowl to sitting at home watching the Super Bowl. And so by giving by having a situation where you're saying pretty much geared get us to the Super Bowl or you're fired. There's only one team of year that gets to the Super Bowl and you need a lot of luck you need. You need a lot of talent and you need a lot of luck things have to break your away. And even when you have the talent. You can have like I said, a situation where a play OSHA wrong way what happens if an injury happens? But having the mentality that if you don't get a Super Bowl, you're gonna be fired. I just don't think it's the best way to Royal to go into a new season. If you have that approach Super Bowl or bus, I think you should just get rid of Jason gear before the season even starts. It should be. And I know Jerry Jones fills the pressure of he needs. He's getting up in age and he wants one more. He wants another Super Bowl before he turns the team over to his son. But I think as a as an owner, the only thing you can ask is, is that are we improving? And Dallas made it to the playoffs. Won the division made it to the playoffs had a first round win. Next year being this year you have a situation where the Cowboys could easily be better. But take a step back. And the reason why say that is because of the fact that in that division Philadelphia. With a healthy. Carson went could easily win that division. And you have a situation where Dallas could beat a wildcard and that division. I actually have Dallas winning that division. But would I be shocked Dallas ended up being wildcard? I would not be at all. Now, if you're an if you if you pick, if you end up being the wild card that means if you make the playoff when you make the playoffs you have to go to road road game after road game after rogue game just to make it to the Super Bowl, and that is a lot to ask any coach and any team. So when you look at things, I think the Dallas Cowboys expectations are off and it should not be that case. Rolling along with some other. Talk about Super Bowl expectations. There's also report that the Rams are actually really, really concerned about Todd girlies knee. And that it's a situation where if that knee does not heal up, you've just invested loan term. One of the highest paid players in the NFL. And he may have actually taken a step back. This is one of the big reasons why a lot of lot of teams do not wanna pay the running back. That's one or two issues at the Dallas Cowboys has having right now is about paying Zeke you Elliott. That's where a lot of drama came around with Levy on bail as far as being franchise tag. It is a risky situation. When you are paying running backs, top-flight money, money that's going to cripple your salary cap and you are really playing Russian roulette because at any point time a knee injury and achilles injury. Any lower body injury can change your fortune, and you can had go from having the, the top running back in NFL to just have an serviceable back, but you're paying him fourteen fifteen eighteen twenty million dollars a year, and you cannot afford to do that. And I feel like the Rams are in big trouble because their whole offense gets clicking and gets rolling behind. Stopping Todd Gurley putting eight eight-minute the box making life, a lot easier for your quarterback in your receivers to get open. If you do not have if Todd Gurley does not come back as Todd Gurley as we know, the Rams could be a big trouble because you look around, and you say Seattle will be tough. They're always tough. And then you have the forty Niners who or going to be a much improved team. The NFC west will if tug earliest, if tiger Leigh's knee is not where needs to be that division is up for grabs. With that. We're gonna wrap this episode up. I'm your host Tate and won't be back next. We'll be back tomorrow. We'll talk more about sports. To all have a good night. You've been listening to the Golden State media concepts sports podcast. Part of the Golden State media concepts podcast network. You can find this show and others like at WWW dot Jesus. 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GSMC Sports Podcast Episode 546: NBA finals Warriors vs Raptors, NBA News, Lakers

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GSMC Sports Podcast Episode 546: NBA finals Warriors vs Raptors, NBA News, Lakers

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We got the Toronto Raptors. Game. One is tonight. And the first thing that I noticed about this. Was how it became one of those things where Canada had really just gotten behind Toronto and you hear about Drake and you see Jurassic Park and all the people that are surrounding, and then I saw the survey that was done. And it shocked, the crap outta me actually it didn't shock the crap out of me, but it's surprise me. There was it's obvious that Canada is behind Toronto, but there was a survey done, and they pulled all fifty states of who do you want to see when the NBA championship? And I was surprised. Forty seven states out of fifty pick Toronto. So not only this Candida want to see Toronto win. But the United States wants to see Toronto win. So forty seven of the fifty states. The only two states that voted for seeing Golden State Warriors win again. Was California and the Vada which pretty much everybody in Nevada. They're kinda from California pretty much majority of the people are Californians or close enough considering I live in California here. And the one thing that made me think is. Why is quiet Leonard even thinking about leaving their already in the finals? They have a really great team. And the one thing you get when you play for Toronto is you get the love of an entire country. Canada is going to love Kawai Leonard forever. He has a chance by winning this championship. Quiet Leonard kid, be the king of Canada and the king. Of the United States, having to countries that back you that means. You are instantly a global icon, you look around. And even when he even when he retires Canada will still love him. Matter of fact, thence Carter left Canada, and they still love him. So it is something to think about seeing what I'm seeing here. I don't think you could get that anywhere else. Toronto has lost their mind over the Toronto. Raptors Canada has lost her mind over to Toronto Raptors and it makes for a very interesting. Series here. Now when you start diving into the game. You start thinking, okay? What are the keys to winning this game? And I'm also going to tell you guys who I think is going to win. And I'm gonna tell you why. When you think about Golden State Golden State's plan is early on is not necessarily the shutdown Kawai it's gonna be to play solid defense. On everyone. But if qui- gets off he gets off. They're not going to try to control quite early on allow him to do with. Why does. But as the game gets late the big thing that they're going to try to do is. Try to really press Kawai in the fourth when a coup. Why is? At its most dangerous allow him to burn himself out in the first second and third quarters. But in the fourth quarter start pressing him put dream on on him. Putting clay on him double teaming him forcing the game plan is to force the ball out of his hands and force guys like Marcus oil or Fred van Velde to beat them, but not let Hawaii Beetham in fourth. They don't care if choir goes off, for forty in the first three quarters as long as they force that ball out of his hands. In the fourth quarter that is the game plan that Golden State is gonna go with now Houston, not Houston. Sorry about that. Toronto. Their game plan say Houston on the brain because of all the talk about the trades and trading their entire roster off which we'll talk about shortly. After this segment here. But in order for Toronto Liu wen Toronto has to be smart. And that means slow the pace down, you can't beat no one can beat Golden State by having a shootout. If it's. If it's if Toronto if it's one fifteen to one twenty I'm until you. That is a loss. The game plan is to slow the game down. Make it a tough gritty game. Playing solid defense. The big thing is to pace coli Leonard, you don't want Hawaii going off, and burn himself out, like James harden, did an which you spend so much energy in that first and second third quarter, but then can answer to Bill in the fourth quarter and that's exactly what Golden State wants to do. So being able to slow the pace down. Make it a measure pace make the game a very tough defensive game cannot give up. They're going to have to play solid defense. They can't play them the way Toronto played Janas. Where? You let you let him get open for threes because Golden State is degraded. Three point shooting team in history. If you start pushing them back, but you're not covering that thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen foot shot, Golden State will kill you not to mention the next thing you need to do is no matter how big of lead, you have you cannot get lax with them. You have to consistently. Play solid defense throughout this whole series of throughout the entire playoffs. Golden State has been behind. And in numerous occasion, ten fifteen points down, and they just come back and win, because they can close a gap, so fast just one little period of time where you're lax and Toronto can look see a big giant lead disappear. Just like the trailblazer saw just like the Houston Rockets saw. It's about playing consistent and that's the reason why they have to pace himself. They got a slow this game down. Make it so that it becomes a war of attrition where it's they want this game to be. Ninety five ninety eight you wanted to be, so you don't want to be. In a run up and down the court type game because that benefits. Golden state. Now, when you think about this, when I started looking at this, and I say, who do I think's going to win and why? I look at this game and. I am taking Toronto to win the series. And this is the reason why. First off. Golden State has been off, they're actually going to be they've given up field advantage to Toronto this year. That homefield advantage is going to be big. It is going to be crazy. The energy is going to be high. I clearly expect Tronto to win game one. With that boogie cousins is coming back as well. So Golden State where they had this rhythm. That was working really well for them. Now they're going to have to figure out how to work in Marcus cousin. This isn't. The regular season. This is one of the tough things that even Steve Kerr was saying if it was a regular season game one we just put them in there and just say the heck with it. He's playing twenty twenty five minutes. Until we work him in, but this is the NBA finals. And if you try to force boogie cousins into this into this game it's gonna throw off the rhythm necks, if Toronto goes up game one they figured out they win game two. Now you have a situation where they're going to bring. Kevin Durant back. Now, you gotta figure out how to work in Kevin Durant, and DeMarcus cousins into a team who has been flowing through the play offs because they haven't been there. So now you're trying to figure out how to work these guys back in. And yes, they had been playing for a while. But these are seven footers and they have to work themselves back in the game shape. They have to they are. They're both also coming off of lower extremity injuries, which means being able to loosen up joints and muscles. Just getting into that, that rhythm getting in game shape is going to take longer than the playoffs is going to be around. It's enough to really throw things off. And that's the reason why I am taking Toronto to win in six games. Now with that being said, if Kevin Durant was one hundred percent health in Marcus cousin was one hundred percent healthy that went through the playoffs, and they were totally playing like the Golden State Warriors were playing before the injuries. I would've taken Golden State all day and five or six games. But the fact that you're going to try to introduce one to two players into the series. I think is going to be a little more than Golden State is, is going to be able to do clay. And, and Steph curry is not going to have the same. Openings that they were to that they're used to having because the whole flow is going to change it changes differently when Kevin Durant out there. It changes differently when Marcus cousins is out there DeMarcus cousins fills in a lot more in the middle where Draymond green likes the cut and drive down to the whole. It's takes time. Yes. They're used to plan that way. But it takes time to adjust back to once you've been playing this way without these guys to adjust with them. In that adjustment period that takes it into a situation where you could literally see a situation where they're down to going back into. Oracle in the bay area and Durant comes back and now you're trying to really force grant back in that could get them into a whole. This is the reason why I am taking. Toronto Raptors to win and six and it is confirmed. The DaMarcus cousin will be playing in tonight's game. I'm very curious to see how much he is going to be playing in this game. But like I said you heard it here. I got the upset I got Team Canada. Who's gonna win the Toronto? Raptors gonna win in six games. When we come back, we're going to talk about a team that didn't win at all at all. Matter of fact, it's time to blow the team up. We're gonna talk about the Houston Rockets and the fact that there are more is just made a statement about the fact that the entire team is officially on the clock and available for trade stay tune, we will be back. Quitting your burgers of a coffee table. 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Get the latest football news. Both on and off the field from the NFL draft to treats to the rumor mill to the NFL combines. They got you covered. That's GSM. See podcasts dot com back slash football. Dash podcasts get updates. I'm college rivalries, key Indian insights, and much much more. It's football talk the way you want it this show, eat sleeps, and breathes football. Don't forget to like on Facebook and follow them on Twitter. Visit yes MC podcast dot com for more info. All right. We're back. Do just talk about the Golden State Warriors vs Toronto Raptors game one tonight. I gave you my keys to the game, and why I am taking Toronto to win the NBA championship over the Golden State Warriors stopping them from reaching their three peak goal. Now this week. Der, Maury of the Houston Rockets. Made a pretty bold statement. He made it announcement that. There's it's come time to make some changes to the team. And that all players. Are up for trade. Chris Paul James harden. Clint cappella PJ Tucker. Eric gordon. Everybody is up for trade now he did stop as far as say it be kinda hard to believe are hard to imagine a situation where they would trade James harden, but pretty much. Everyone else is fair game. And when you start thinking about that. And you say. Wow, that's a shocker. And I look at this, and I say, why, why break this team and I know the flush ration- is cannot get past Golden State. But I tell you that the best decision is the state, of course, the best decision is state, of course, because there is a very, very good chance that Kevin Durant will not be with the with the Golden State Warriors next year. That changes the whole dynamic, and the team currently constituted could be good enough to win a championship. Now. One of the things if I was gonna make a change with the Houston Rockets. It would be to get rid of dantonio, Dan, Tony system has been proven to fail. When it comes to play off time I remember looking looking at Phoenix. Couldn't do it. New York couldn't do it Lakers. Couldn't do it. He that offense you have to be able to play defense, you have to be able to rain in James harden. And that's the big thing, big problem, when it comes to the Houston Rockets, when it comes to the playoffs James harden, has no, no control. No one has teaches him how to play well with others. And what I mean by play. Well, with others, is that simple fact that whenever the ball is being handled by. Chris Paul, the offense is going through Chris Paul pay attention. He shuts down. He is not engaged when they're on defense. He's not engaged. In order to win a championship. You have to be engaged on offense at all times. When you're on when you're in the playoffs, and you're trying to contend for a championship you have to play defense. You, you look at the warriors and you say Steph curry may not be the greatest defensive player, but he tries to play defense and the rest of the team is one of the best defensive team is one of the most underrated things about the Golden State Warriors, is the fact that they play solid defense, and they play solid defense for four quarters. That's the reason why I say. Get rid of Dan. Tony also another reason why you look around, and you say, Dan, Tony is the best decision. You're not gonna get anything for Chris Paul. The only thing you can do is either just get rid of Chris Paul. Because when you look at Hardin and Chris Paul's contract next year they count for seventy percent. Of the team salary the year after that they count for seventy one percent the year after that they count for seventy three percent. Chris Paul by the time his contract's up. He's twenty seven. He's way passes prime. He's already past his prime. Are you really going? Do you, do you really see anyone that is trying to make a run going to acquire a hundred and forty million dollar contract? When you look at this team and you say the Houston Rockets, have one of the highest payroll, if not, I, I'm don't quote me on this, but I think they may have the highest payroll and basketball if not they're one of the top three teams at the highest payroll. But here's the biggest problem when you look at this team, they're the oldest team in NBA when you look at the look at the contracts and you say a year and, and Chris Paul is about one hundred twenty four million three years left on it before hundred twenty four million. You got Chris Paul at thirty eight point five million dollars. He's already thirty four. He'll be thirty five by the time the season by the time midway through the season. The next year. He's thirty six. He's thirty seven by the time they finally get out of that contract. It's a poison pill that I don't think there's anyone that's going to want it. James harden. At thirty seven point eight million. He's aged thirty. But if you trade James harden, what do you have left with his team? James harden, is not going to go anywhere. There Lakers aren't going to go and say, hey, the Braun for James harden. I've heard that talked about, there's no way the Lakers are gonna do that. So when you look at that James harden, his staying Chris Paul is staying because no one's going to want Chris Paul. He's an older player with a hundred and twenty four million dollars left on his contract, and he's lost two or three steps the track of one is Clint Capella at sixteen point four million twenty five years old. That is your most attractive piece, but he's also the piece that is the most attractive. But he's also the most promising peace at only sixteen point four million. It's he's under multiple years contract. Young. Why would you get rid of Clint cappella Erik Gordon at fourteen point one? He's thirty one years old, PJ, Tucker, PJ, Tucker's attractive piece. He's thirty four but only eight point three million. That's an attractive contract, then as at three point eight he's thirty seven and then as far as Rath picks go. They don't really have any major draft picks to speak of, how do you break this team up without destroying the team? I feel like any move that you make. To redo this team, which is too old, and too expensive just set yourself up to destroy a potentially championship team because without. Steph curry, do you, not give the Houston Rockets shot? Do you not give the Houston Rockets shot against Toronto? Raptors because I do. So break in his team up, I think is a bad decision but. You have a situation where they'll Maury is desperate for championship. And he is willing to do whatever it takes to get a championship. 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In the last segment, we talked about the Houston Rockets, and how they're they're warriors decided that his time to break the team up. Even though they're cash-strapped and the oldest team in the league. And their most attractive piece that they would want to get rid of. It's Chris Paul who's too old into expensive. And James harden is a piece that would just blow the franchise up. If you get rid of him. So they're in a rock and a hard place. I suggested getting rid of Dan, Tony the coach. Speaking of changes to an organization. There is a guy who everyone is starting to put the pressure on. And the recruiting pitch. Has come to Cairo Irving. Last week. There was reports the brawn James had dinner would kyri Irving. Magic Johnson talked about how he would like to see Kyrie Irving come to Los Angeles Lakers. And now. Word comes out that Kyrie irvings mentor the guy he looks up to the most is now recruiting kyri to come to the Los Angeles Lakers. That is Kobe being Bryant the Black Mamba. The one person that has a lot of say and he has a lot of career Vince respect. Is Kobe Bryant. He's talked about that Mamba mentality many times. This is very interesting situation because there's there are some reports saying that. The two front runners are the Brooklyn nets and the Los Angeles Lakers and that the Knicks have fallen behind and it's looking close to those two teams. And if that's the case if you're looking around and you're saying. What do you want between Brooklyn and the Lakers? Yes, you can say the Lakers have a lot of drama going on. But the Lakers are set to win Chiriqui go he can go back and join what LeBron a person that he knows a person that he has had a lot of success with a guy that he has realized that he handled wrong and has contacted him in policies and MRs what he had with the Braun. But this wouldn't be Cleveland. Situation because of the fact that the Lakers would have LeBron they would have kyri but an interesting thing, if kyri did go to the Lakers. You would have a situation where right now. When you look at the Lakers, they only have five guys on their roster. That's it. They have LeBron James. They have Lonzo Boral they got Brandon Ingram cow Kouzmin and Josh heart Rondo and the rest of the crew are gone. They can go out. If Kyrie came there, they got plenty of room, if they wanted to keep the current team in tat. They could go for some and one Brown, Brian with some shooting you could bring kyri and you can bring Seth curry not Steph curry, but Seth curry, you could go after JD Rettig or Trevor REEs, or Danny green in which you could actually put together a team. With Lonzo kyri ball Ingram curry JJ, Rettig, or Riza, where you'd have the shooting carrying LeBron would handle the ball that is a championship team there or option. Two is you could package up ball or Ingram Kouzmin, you can pay in the fourth pick, you could either put one or two of them you two or three of them, you can package them all and end up with their own personal, big three, which number of executives are starting to. Think there's been word the number executives are starting to think that the Lakers, we'll get a big three that they're gonna get Anthony Davis Carey in the brawn James in Los Angeles. And then that is a championship team to speak of. We're gonna take another break. When we come back. We're going to talk about Anthony Davis because we were just talking about how he would be the perfect fit. When we come back, we're gonna talk about that. Stay tuned, and we'll be back. Seven eleven has more drinks than times. You've been caught singing in your car and randomly stored in your brain combined. Choose from flavour-filled slurpy, and big gulp drinks, Chris coconut water energizing cold. Brew and hot coffee. 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Nets in the Los Angeles Lakers for where kyri wants to go the lend his services. When you think about it. And you say you look at the pieces that they have if kyri went there with the Braun and kyri you could package up a deal that would send LeBron Jane Meena, Lonzo ball or Brandon Ingram or cow Kouzmin, or Josh hard are all for those guys minus LeBron that is to New Orleans pelicans for Anthony Davis. That is a very interesting. Team. That's a team that could win and. Especially with the news that David Griffin who has been consistent saying, consistently saying that he thinks he can get Anthony Davis. Stay. Well. David Griffin met with Anthony Davis had a nice little meet and greet just to introduce himself. What the purpose of showing Anthony Davis that this is not your old New Orleans pelicans. We got Cihan come in and you and Zykon Zion will be this force to reckon with, and how they've, they've really improved their medical staff is no longer using a foot of football team's medical staff. The New Orleans Saints. They have their own how they're all these improvements. That's going on. But. After the meeting. When you start looking at things the word Gat back. The day of notified David Griffin that Anthony Davis has not changed his mind. He wants out of New Orleans. This is putting. A techy situation because there's a limited time on, how long you can hope keep this going on David Griffin wants to have another meeting with Anthony Davis to pitch him on how we want you to stay what we can do to keep you here and what we can do to make you this global star. With zion? But it's not working. Anthony Davis wants out the damage has been done. He has been a star and a little market. And he wants to go to L A, or New York. 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GSMC Music Podcast Episode 96: Kelly Clarkson

GSMC Music Podcast

34:24 min | 1 year ago

GSMC Music Podcast Episode 96: Kelly Clarkson

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the promo code is g s m c again welcome to this podcast this episode of the podcast i'm your host sarah today i want to talk about kelly clarkson's new album the meaning of life before i go into that full disclosure i love kelly clarkson i have loved her for a very long time i've never really watched american idol and that's nothing against american idol it's just not a show i ever got into to so i wasn't i can't say that i've been a fan from hers from the very very beginning she was be a very first winner of american idol of season one winner of american idol end i did not watch american idol than or well i didn't watch any of the seasons of american idol is seen bits and pieces but again that's nothing against american idol it's just not something i ever watched so when she first came out i didn't you know i didn't have that that relationship with her that many people would watch the season had with her and you know watched her win but i very quickly came to enjoy her music this is her eighth studio album so i've you know we've had we've had seven before this to get us either in love with kelly clarkson or in lakewood kelly clarkson or me with kelly clarkson depending on where you are as i said this is her eighth studio album but it is a noose is a studio album on eight new labels so i follow her on some social media and i remember hearing her speak about making this change to the new label which is it lanta record's an she was excited about it because she felt like she had outgrown old labeled a little bit that she wanted to explore more than just pop music which is where she had been with old label an so you know obviously i don't know her i'm not going to speak to whether she was you know not whether it ended well whether it ended amicably you know it's not really the point the point is is that she felt like she wanted to do things more a in a different direction creatively and so she did sign with atlanta record's so she has described this album as being 'em what a young aretha franklin might have done in nineteen sixty seven if nineteen sixty seven with twenty seventeen if that makes any sense so it really she's inspired by aretha franklin in this album moves more from the pop genre into that realm of soul will end you couldn't really hear that on this album it is i enjoyed it a lot i have listen to it multiple times in 'em haven't you know sometimes when i listen to a new album for the first time am i don't immediately love it like it'll take a couple of listening for me and that's just me that's just how i listen to things sometimes like because it's new and it's unfamiliar i'm like no no no what i think about this yet and then the more i listened to it the more i start to like but this album the meaning of life has just pretty much fucked me in from the beginning i liked all of it there isn't any song that i dislike completely so this i really enjoyed this album it is eighty let's see fourteen track album those trucks are a minute which is intro and it is it's a minute and eight seconds kim the literal part of me just say oh come on if you're gonna call us on a minute couldn't really be just exactly sixty seconds that's just me and that has absolutely nothing to do with anything but sometimes i like to be literal okay so track one minute and then love so soft which is their first signal you've probably heard that heat meaning of life move you whole lot a woman medicine cruel didn't die would you call that love i don't think about you slow dance don't you pretend and go high so again this album is a moving away from that more pop sound an into a mole more soulful experience i did reid one review as i was preparing for this episode that 'em didn't really appreciate this move very much they the the reviewer was saying that they appreciate where she was trying to go with this new soulful sound but that 'em the vocals those are such that you can hear the vocals and the vocals are great but they didn't feel like you could you really hear the music underneath and she feels she i don't know if it was a sheet thee reviewer felt that if this had been a solo album from atlantic record's you know back in the day that you would have been able to hear the felt like there was actually a band playing in the background and she said that the instrumental get get a little bit lost that thee modern sound of this takes over an i don't know i don't i didn't have that problem like i felt like this was exactly what kelly had said it was she wanted to use aretha franklin for her inspiration but she wanted it with a modern twist she wanted it to be as if aretha maybe were making an album in twenty seventeen and so i felt like those updated instrumentals bills or the more modern notes in the songs word detracting from me of course everyone has a different opinion and that really is up to you know up to each individual listener i felt like those modern twist were appropriate because we don't want to necessarily just make an album that sounds like it came from nineteen sixty seven although that is one option and could be fun but you want it to sound also like it is from twenty seventeen and so so i think this album release walks that line very well scott those retro 'em feelings to it it's got a very soulful songs on it there's nothing to complain about with kelly's boy she has one of the most powerful voices you've got a very diverse voice there i'm always amazed by kelly clarkson this is a quick side note because occasionally i will hear a song and it will take me a while to realize that it's kelly clarkson like her range and her diversity is just so impressive to me that sometimes it almost doesn't sound like what i'm used to hearing her sound like an that to me is a good thing so for me i didn't have a problem with what this on this reviewer was saying an i also feel like there are some nods to country in this album as well country music end this might sound crazy or it might sound true again you know i don't have a lot of musical background so when i'm saying things don't smacked me 'cause i sound like an idiot but it sounded you know country in seoul sometimes have some similar sounds obviously they're not the same thing but i feel like you know kelly's got one of those voices it also works well with country music in this is not in any way shape or form a country album but you can kind of hear little bits and pieces of that anything that is you know from her southern side she does talk about being from texas in one song on this album now that song is called a whole lot a woman in the it's it's a it's an interesting song it might that it's not my favorite on the album but it's definitely got a it's got a kick ass attitude to that song so it could be one of those you know kind of going out songs let's sing it at the top of our voices songs one of those things which are always good end you know nothing to sneeze at so i a i appreciate that there is the soulful is there some of those nods to her southern routes and 'em that she really does managed to blend some of those elements here so i'm curious what you think if you have heard this album do you like it do not like it and why are you with kelly clarkson fan in the first place or did you tune in because because this was a different approach for her that you wanted to hear the more soulful in this of this album or if you are kelly clarkson with his a turnoff did you want more of what she's done in the past an were disappointed in this album i would love to hear from you hear your thoughts on not just the album as a whole but what is your favorite songs from the album would at least favorite songs me album i would love to hear those thoughts end what you think of this new album kelly clarkson's the meaning of life in the meantime we are going to take our first break of the podcast but stay tuned and we'll be right back with more of the g s m c music podcast the theater thirty second radio commercials about 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shipping just use offer code g s m c at adam and eve dot com that's g s m c just like the podcast at adam eve dot com mm welcome back to the gsm see music podcast before the break i was talking about kelly clarkson's new album the meaning of life again i really liked it case you don't get that from the segment you know i can be really subtle sometimes when i talk about you no i really liked it and now let's look at a little bit of music news going on in the world one of these headlines and i keep seeing popping up regards artist llano del ray an she has a song that she is actually going to be retiring taking off of her live shows she's touring again in twenty eighteen and there's one song that she she says she no longer feels comfortable in performing and that is the song cola she said this is a quote from her when i wrote that song i suppose i had harvey weinstein slash harry winston type of character in mind i envisioned like a benevolent diamond bestowing upon starlets individual like a citizen kane or something i'm not really sure sure i thought it was funny at the time and i obviously find it really sad now i support the women who have come forward i think they're really brave for doing that so giving this current climate with all of these allegations that are going on she it just doesn't feel that cola is a fit for her performances at the moment she says she is not comfortable singing live so she says that they only right thing to do would be to retirement so if you're a lot of del ray fan what do you think of this news do you agree with her do you appreciate that she is taking a stand that she is supporting those who have come forward with allegations at cetera wondering whether you're takes i always appreciate 'em for myself when women support other women i can't i can't be angry about that so i appreciate her take on that whether you agree or not i do appreciate that she is standing up and stating what she feels and what she believes what else is going on in the world of music apparently there has been a bit of they hold blue disney when used that word anymore well i'm using it here let's bring it back hullabaloo have been up apparently some conspiracy conspiracy theories series revolving around artists nicki minaj andy cardi b who actually linked up for their first collaboration last week so the rumors are that they know their new other what's going to be on the song and they're both angry about it and so there have been all of these things all of these rumors circulating at some people even suggesting that they've been taking shots at each other or sniping at each other about their respective vs an so nikki my dog actually hopped on social media of the other night and on tuesday night on halloween an she got on twitter at just to set the record straight and she says that she knew that this is going to happen he she said she would called and asked if she she thought they should put bardy on it and that's i don't know if that's a table and i said okay let's do it they end so she says the company conspiracy theories are just so tired relax breathe so that is her take on it andy she went to clarify that any written up she has to give written approval before any song gets sent a streaming services so with that in mind she would have known they both would have known the other had been on at an they would have both heard the track an spoken up as they'd had a problem with it so it of course in question being this supposedly a gripe grievance between nikki and cardi which people we've been talking about apparently and so she's just trying to say she's she in fact she she capped off a series of tweets by reiterating cardi thoughts on the issue for reason interview which were we could make it we could make out and it wouldn't be enough i'm done so 'em conspiracy theories y'all they're everywhere and people like to bring them up about everything sometimes they have a foot in fact sometimes they don't who knows about this one but both artists are clearly stating no this is not what you were making it out to be no there is not an issue no there is not a problem so social media it's the best way to get things out there these days that's what they're saying what do you think do you agree disagree i tend to take people at their words but that's just me so you may have a different take on that what do you think about this situation also in news let's talk about which artists have announced new tours coming up there's always tours being announced as of yesterday a rod stewart has announced a canadian tour pure are aj rod stewart fan and you either believe in canada or living close to canada that will be launching in early twenty eighteen at the ten city tour kicks off in march in toronto and then continues into april swedish metal troops sabotage on will be joining forces with german thrashers creator fern early twenty eighteen tour across north america a that is a fourteen day excursion starting in february in phoenix a will go to cities like los angeles seattle chicago philadelphia end it lanta and then there are canadian shows planned for vancouver edmonton calgary toronto and montreal so they are supporting their sabotage is supporting their ace album last stand also announced yesterday dan auerbach has announced his easy i sound review tour which will be going on in also twenty eighteen starting in february february tenth in vancouver an extending into april he'll be hitting the places like seattle loss angeles dallas philadelphia brooklyn toronto in chicago a country music fan blake shelton on sunday announced a new tour at the country music freaks to her in that will be again amazingly enough early twenty eighteen on starting in february starting on february very fifteenth in tulsa and then a hitting a total of fourteen cities across america so look out for those dates thomas rhett has announced his life changes to her a so another country music tour if you are a fan of that an this is eight twenty eight date twenty eight date trick that is starting in april on april fifth so keep an eye out for that what else is going on in terms of touring kelsey ballerini rainy announces unapologetically tour and that will be in 'em throwing across america in twenty eighteen to support her upcoming album unapologetically that will be something to keep an eye out for maroon five live on october twenty six announced red pill blues tour and so later in twenty eighteen burned five will be going on north american tour supporting that next album red pill blues a it's a thirty three date outing so so that's kicking off on in may in may the end of may may thirtieth so little later then some of these other ones that have been announced an will be continuing through the entire summer an into october so something else if you are maroon five keep an eye out for that a more country luke bryan announces what makes you country tour that will be 'em starting in well twenty eighteen of course but oh february they go february sixteenth just trying a double check that date and then franz ferdinand announced their north american tour which will be in and again those are there scottish in case you are unfamiliar with them kicking off april eighth in finally also announced in the last week demi levato has announced a north american tour and that will be she'll have special guest dj collected and that is the twenty twenty six date tour kicking off february twenty six in san diego running through march she'll be hitting places like a loss vegas dallas detroit brooklyn philadelphia washington dc and miami there are canadian stops for you canadian listeners planned for montreal toronto so if any of those sounds interesting to you and you want to get in on the action you should go take a look and see about those tours in those states in maybe get yourself some tickets what else who else are you looking forward the forward to touring in twenty eighteen i like to hear from you so so what do you what do you know about what's going on in terms of tour dates what's going on in the world that you want to know about musically whether you're new favorite albums what are your new favorite artists just as important whether you're old favorite albums and you're old favorite artists one of those goto albums that you could listen to over and over and over again even though you've heard them already a million times over i would love to hear your thoughts on those and as i said last week you you can find us on social media you could find this on twitter instagram facebook and tumbler g s m c music an we would love to hear from you i would love to hear from you occasionally i will be putting a poll on twitter so common vote on those pools and tell me what you think i also will sometimes just put up questions and i would love to hear your answers were those questions so follow us on twitter twitter especially that's where we seem to be most active although we are on the other social 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about my eclectic music upbringing and that my dad had pretty much every generation of music players as they had come out from a real to reel to the eight tracks to vinyl to recor player finally cd player i'm not regular cassette player finally cd player we had a an old van growing up in one day and my dad actually built the back seat in the back i'm sure you know it wouldn't have passed eight safety standards of today but hey this is the seventies and we had a slightly different view of the world then an so he actually built back seat in that van and then the next fan that we had he sort of built this crazy system to have a cassette player in there there wasn't a built in radio in the dash but he rigged up the system that he could put us of a cassette player but he bolted somehow the top of the roof inside the car andy i mean my dad's it's awesome in a lotta ways he might sound a little weird in the way of describing him right now but no he's not he's awesome so at any rate i grew up listening to a lot of music in sometimes people will say to me oh you're too young to know about that and it's true that i was too young to grow up without music i could i you know i still love it after the fact andrew for various reasons namely a lotta times my dad my dad loves elvis so i grew up listening to a lot of elvis i grew up listening to 'em buddy holly i grew up listening to the american graffiti soundtrack i definitely have a soft place in my heart for fifties and sixties music andrew some of those songs in those groups a those artist i just love and still to this day no all of the words andy love to sing along with them makes me think about my dad and road trips in singing with him in the car one of the groups that i love even though i'm quote unquote too young to know about them are it is the beatles an i can't say that i got this love from my dad 'cause he he likes the beatles but he's not like a major crazy beatles fan but i i remember when i was in first grade and i went for asleep over at a friend's house at her mom had the beatles on vinyl in i remember listening to it and just thinking they were the coolest thing ever it was one of their earlier problems it had a hard day's night on it had eight days a week on it and i just thought that was the coolest and i remember my friend and i little flannel like downs in the middle of nowhere montana dancing around the beatles and that began i love affair with the beatles and it has continued it throughout my life when i was older thee 'em i can't remember five still in high school or five just out of high school when these anthology came out fans all g which was you know the whole documentary but then also the release of a lot of the music in some of the some of the remakes of the early other takes the music and some they never before heard or rarely heard clips from that music an that just deep in my love affair with the beatles 'em must have been when i was yeah it was right around high school 'cause i do remember watching it with my parents and listening to my parents reminisce about when the beatles became popular dealer and what people said about them and what they remember you know people were so shocked by the fact that their hair was so long because they brush their colors when they first started singing and just things like that and then i went to college and i met what would be my best friend in the entire world i didn't know that at the time we met through a mutual friend andy we were having an evening in her dorm room the mutual friend happened to be un are area residents assistance so she was on call that night and couldn't leave so this new friend and i went out for snacks and we went to the local grocery store and got snacks end in the car randomly happened a beatles song came on the radio station an we both got excited it and we both start singing and it turns out that we were both huge huge beatles fans so between that an eggnog which is completely different story but from the same night happened at the grocery store and eggnog story maybe i'll tell you one day are are friendship with cemented the beatles an egg not we always say cemented are friendship end we have been friends for twenty years now all because of love for a group that isn't around anymore 'em unfortunately two of the four members members are dead an you know some people today might not even they might have a vague idea of who they are but they might not know that much about them and that's okay that happens with artists as time goes on a group said are hugely hugely popular bueller in one ear are not popular of course in the next era so i just bring that up because music brings up next challenges for us it could bring up memories for us it brings up all of these emotions no matter what emotion motion your feeling there is a song or artist or an album that's going to match that emotion think of those songs you love to sing in the car you know at the top of her lungs when you're just belting it out and so happy you don't care who could see you think of those songs you play when you are really sad or things just aren't going right and somehow those songs either help you feel better or they help you wallow in that sadness for a while until you're ready to get back up and get back out there i have both of those categories in my life and i liked to sing along to both of those categories it's just a different kind of thing so from music for me is emotional it in a style gic it reminds me of certain places certain times certain people an i that's the perspective that i bring to this podcast so i just wanna share that with you i'm not always going to give you the most technical or 'em well the most technical nickel of reviews on albums but i will give you want us takes on what i think and how it makes me feel an all of those sorts of things so having said that we are going to wrap up this podcast thank you so much for joining me i hope you'll join me again next time 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Inside Supercars - #244- Ryan Story and Brodie Kostecki

Inside Supercars

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Inside Supercars - #244- Ryan Story and Brodie Kostecki

"Curb appeal you know what you see and with the home depot today's the day for doing boost your curb appeal with the best brands at the best prices from new garage doors to colorful flowers exterior lights to a new coat of paint inspiration to installation. You can do it or let the home depot do it for you and visit homedepot dot com slash services for more information on installing your next project film depot more saving more doing u._s. Only see store for details napa matter of pulling together a lot the whole jordan and putting on what i think will be a brilliant. We'll be honest next week as usual and say okay this <hes> stalking result but what could we have done better. I should be looking at like my job at it. Goes back to just doing it because i love great can really change the welcome to incisive cast shane van from the ripple home rising thing welcome to inside subic house tidy craig grenell. It's post queenside rice way and post that weekend as well. Did you watch any of that by the way craig wixom day. I haven't got sunday justice yet. It was pretty good. That was certainly <hes> some contact between them. It's certainly not safe because i don't think anyone's trying to pretend he's but <hes> it's certainly will be out there so <hes> as we prepare for the next round and tyler mane in a couple of weeks time the the <hes> biggest news this week was that kelly racing have been given aero adjustment after racing account for nearly six years on the thirteen was their debut season. They've been given a front <hes> adam and a real wing adjustment to improve that downfalls. Does it the reason that's good news because my cows that little bit more competitive will be a great thing for the series. I think you'd agree. Is it a re wing adjustment or is it a a adjustment of the boot lead to bring the bootleg closer to the rear wing. I think i think it might just be infect you write it might be to the flag the lead yeah but either way i think they know ended up with a bit more downpours which will help they retire life etcetera etcetera actress so i think that's good and it's interesting because of course kelly racing <hes> in the size of my decision about the twenty twenty and beyond mount what will they be racing next year and beyond side. You've got an interesting conversations. I understand the weekend about that. Yes it is interesting to see where all pan out too. There was a lot of respect <unk> week. Ron was sick about being asked by going to cows or are they going to be four caused waiting to that date tile loss week it rises interesting question and i did put it to nick didn't have an answer is that could kill rising develop a body kit as generic body kit and use the nissan injured which they could rebrand is kelly engine than rice the generic car up until such time as they as apartment comes on board. I'm on it and you see what for this week's show we have a couple of the interesting contrast waterman who's been established and has been at the front of the the leading team for the last three years and that severin story now you had a good long conversation with ron their coins raceway here wide-ranging chatham the issues of the day and i think everyone's going to enjoy his. He's perspective on it. It's gonna be a free flowing and looking over his shoulder. The whole time was dick johnson. Who a <hes> you got to hear the whole thing will and manage to buddies tongue. I think afi tones their flair read the impressionists face correctly the park apply so that would've made what he was thinking. The other is in this week is one of the tape team owner but certainly he'll be running. The tape is brody sticky talking about eight and his cousin jake it will be running the custodies <hes> in a wildcard for the three jurors which is terrific for they've. I'm really pleased with the young guys we've spoken to a few times and <hes> <hes> they really are brought to us accomplish racer as you will know about time in north america but he said telling you about they have they've preparing for upcoming enduro cup. He tells the he goes into detail about how the sitting there expectations to certainly certainly not to be mixed. The bail the wolcott in the field at the injury cup particularly beth also congratulations convenience bergen who cookout yes j._t. Will asia world challenge is your. I should say yes prince abraham triple eight running anyway one of the simos advantage chargeable letters long baiting <unk> for quite some years they had great success up there in the old gang gam in korea fairly new track other successes. This weekend was same strong a new zealand kid who was the runner up this. She is so in other news ill-illegal awesome the t._r._s. series and the he wanted hungering which is terrific is. He's a very very good young kid. Marcus very strong will achieve into racing because while ricky otto wasn't doing that well starting and finishing forty eighth in the if one of us but it wasn't a started winning overseas and that was a wish distracted waves winning it stated in the former british formula four championship so that was terrific to see a whistle and in australian doing well on the international front than another one who's doing well was ron briscoe he and his he's teammate richard westbrook driving a nasty run ford g._t. Took out back to back wins last few weekends. This wrote america implying the flag. I wish book of course a longtime english racer who's made in america so award all some you know some mixed results around the world but it could say some historians up so we'll start off with this week with <hes> going to the right with run story twohey of the season of for d._j. Team inskeep h wait joined the inside modest forte is i look at all the news from across the scarlet and around the world <hes> <hes> sick with interviews news and opinion go to put money back into the sport at the lower levels to develop the kids and bring them up you. You can't rely on could luck. Fidanza account is all manned were found a few nights tips money in an cinema direction as to broadcast community radio and online at sport radio dot com the views expressed on inside supercars including the panelists and guests do not reflect the views of the network thunder media uh-huh sport radio any publication will rebroadcast of the show without the expressed written permission of thunder media is strictly prohibited dick johnson from john. Take penske and you're on insulted ron story interesting position super cows arena at the moment we've firstly let's talk calendar and the thought of dropping some races off and changing formats which will allow is an interesting problem to be working through. How is your thoughts on this well. I think one of the interesting things particularly with the format is something that i'm really passionate combat and i think that <hes> we might good progress there and supercars itself under shawn same have done quite <hes> quite an interesting model title and analysis of events with based on what the audiences are and how they work and i'm. I'm a great lover of statistics and the data modeling and i think what what <hes> what that's produced being quite compelling and it's keeps ruin sought into into who i support his a- a- and wins the optimal tom to run some of these events. I think the calendar will be moving interesting. It'll it'll certainly be very quality calendar. There will be some doc elements in there that will be of great benefit to the teams in terms of event turnarounds and things like that and in one of the greatest opportunity that we have have by way of attendance. Audience is what we do on saturdays so i think we're going to see some format changes next year. Which will which will make sure the show is just as good on saturday as it is on sunday and and they're very good steps forward so i think we're gonna see a calendar within the next few weeks this unfortunate to be privy to privy to to some of the information there but a suspect in the next couple of weeks it's going to be it's going to be a good step forward compared to some of the challenges vice certainly in use particularly she beth is being the fishing jury that it's far from ideal force but then again also with the the formats we're we're gonna we're gonna have quality rising on saturdays and sundays everywhere we go and that's a that's a great step forward. Will this be able to generate the casual. Interest and return turned the casual interest to sport well. I think that <hes> i think that the sport even adjusted for inflation has never seen the business to business business partnerships and reach that <hes> that we've been fortunate to produce without him so i don't think it's fair to say that we lacked the casual viewer and we lacked the business ask to be able to to to build commercially viable concerns. The trouble is is that not everyone else's i too <hes> but in terms of the viewership you were ship. The foxtail product is will clause absolutely world-class. If you're a fan of supercars you can you can immerse yourself in a rice weekend as if steve as if it's fantastic this other things that we need to improve in terms of the non freight away broadcast events and we're likely to hear more about what the next tv deal contains over the course next next six to eight months so i think we'll see that play the ad in an interesting why <hes> but motorsport has its challenges with the casual fan wrote across the world formula one's writings i down <hes> writings year-on-year are up eleven percent. It's the highest of any sport strategy. I had a pretty bad year last year. They're up only one percent year on year in in our in our just over one percent a year and you wherever eleven percent year-on-year and we're the third watch sport on on foxtel and get good viewership when we have our our simulcast free to wear weekends so i think the doomsday is at their painting a different story to what reality says but certainly we need to do everything we can to make the product we have accessible to to and that's certainly a priority of everyone everyone who's got a vested interest in skin in the game right now. I shouldn't shouldn't talk to someone who is heavily into market survey enriches you but my experience has been. I'm going to join this wigan. What again therefore car race what cowardice is on this one. Oh i used to watch it all the time. Just never say it onto anymore used enjoy seeing when it was on or we used to see the laugh. Every perp going into the county court was wearing a jacket that tribal niger of it. It seems to have been lost occasionally. Go to bingley court has to get to j peterson on something that's tuesday the hijacked t-shirts john brennan exciting but you make a good point and and the only way to be the only way to be seen and heard is is someone's going to tell you where it please and it's the reason why ba'athist has such a such a high average audience overnight. Here's the highest average audience of any broadcast overnight period in year on year too. It's it's too fantastic. Success not to mention obviously the biggest rice and the great rice for farrah's certainly but it's it's a challenge and it's just it's simply not an insurmountable one. We have to be relevant and we have could be accessible and these are the things that we need to continue to ensure that we can achieve new. Meteorologist is a great way of doing that two main. You've been doing this cry for a long time but you've i've got plenty of the new kids on the block with podcast and vodkas and and doing all sorts of things to try and rate ship a new fan base and certainly the existing existing one and there's always an appetite for news that people can get through the supercar sought speak f i in other forums and the i pay do a lot of content on us that gets picked up in in all sorts of pipe is no all sorts of websites but we just need to continue to make ourselves accessible would when you think about the pace of the sport is always been great rivalries doc martin brock johnson brooke scaife inning skype and satan ambrose rosen murphy all of these great rivalries had wisdom gripe personalities and i just wonder whether we missing a little bit of that a little bit of that spark so when we see and hear about at some of these rivalries sometimes we put our commissioner had own and do what we ken to suppress them and i think that <hes> there are times where that's important but you only need to your need to look through the events of the past and and see where the sport has been at its at its peak to be able to reverse engineer what has been at the core of that success and it hasn't just been the on-track product. I locked the model bristling. They are willing to allow a wrestler to wear the black hat to have the redemption to go with the white hat to fall again without that storyline. You don't have the union in have the casual interest in the restaurants are going to be following it and they're gonna make up their own versions of that but allowing some of this stuff to naturally spot on now shown tone and the team are looking off track and a time and products but unless you can doll back the commercial interest of the drive a wanting to have a position position sponsor and allow them to have pantomime villain status. You're gonna get nowhere. Aren't you. Fish oil you need. You need heroes and villains. You need good question it bad i had concerts and it doesn't it needs to be real. What copy manufactured we saw that in the lead up to the <hes> to the to the penultimate round of the championship last year between between between ourselves and triple eight and and we did everything we could to to houghton add up and we were the underdogs that was that made for great theater turn might regret writings and this she the cato writings bump is being car with the pony on the front of it. Let's let's call a spy despite but we need to keep innovating and thinking about new ideas us wrestling as as an example richland's writings of of have have certainly bottomed out from their peak as well but to one of the secrets to their success is they take the show on the road. We've obviously got the benefit of being able to do that but these we take the grounded that we go to all the events we take the grounded rounded where it every track ninety percent of the people who are here. This is the only rice now go go to elise so we countless sought of that and that's what's so critically important that in addition to having solid narrative with what we do on an off track we need to have that <hes> that traveling roadshow shoveling suk zukas vob about what it is that we do we need to we need to have a little bit of pumping. Pageantry probably isn't the rodway describe it but we need. We need that real feeling of an event atmosphere. When we roll into town a truck pride doesn't cut it the interesting thing there is super two and super three three now have got a platform that you probably didn't necessarily always head. Is there scott that if you have to drop back mangum events to be able to do what you need to do with formats and and travel could super to super three pod of another entertainment product that you put out that is a way of generating more revenue airtime and giving being those people the chance to build their own personality in and profile but we saw that we used to have surrounds places like food park and malar aligarh and that was standalone events but the reality is the reason why we get people through the guys because i want to see the so the only way to grow the undercard and the support cod is is to ensure ensured. They get good track. Tom good good avai. Tom the weekends the my next point so that's let's <hes> that's that's what makes good support but then we also need to ensure we have competitive in bob babu supporting. We're very fortunate to have sitution for three. Two in comas is a great one. The toyota eighty six series is a great one the career copies it is another uh another really solid <hes> really sold support and and when we get it wrought a rice weekends great thing to come along and bring your family too because is it. There's a lot there's a lot to do. I think that we need to think about a lot of things on a on a on a host kyle wholesale with the hotel viewpoint. What's the cost of injury is. Is it too hard. How do we had to have a we turn our. I rice weekends into an event and event and we're we're. We're an especially popular sport in the regions and we get government support because we're a traveling roadshow that can go out into into non on magic capital centers and attract big crowds have good like they made these things by hotel room nuts and and and we hit up k._p._i.'s there across the board tickling in queensland and new south wales especially we just need to we just need to think about how do we how do we had we make a show better and and ensure that we also have the pass for the drivers to come through and get get get get their backs onto one of the main game 'cause it's it's it's something that needs to be looked at on a wholesale basis in totality and if from greed fifteen eighteen on back isn't going to have the refi the resources and funding to be able to afford that where do you go because is this just what we saw from the eighties when we had forty cars and thirty cows to what we area. Let's say now with twenty four cast so the reality his most whether it's one may series supervise one whatever it is there's a difference nasa's delta between the cost and the cost of compete now for us to make right major changes to the cost of of operating one of these organizations and they are they are there this h h h h team name the company behind each team whether it's this line or at the other end the acid -nificant organizations employing twenty thirty forty people significant in small small to medium enterprises but the only way to make massive cuts in terms of cost because we could income problems opposed to expand your problems is to lay down significant capital expenditure and which is not in a position where we can do that at the moment so our objective certainly the commission level of the team owners live is to is to reduce that delta between the cost of entering in the cost of campaigning and that will make the bitter icing it will it will make for greater competition and will lead to a better product and at the moment team sitting back going. What's this this revolution and a beef at twenty twenty twenty one now cass structure team structure and that sort of thing. They're going to be one. I mean we're talking evolution you. You don't need to be a rhodes scholar to to to to make that assessment and i'm not speaking at a school and scientists we talking evolution through twenty and twenty one and that's dictated by gm's announcement that will continue in the sport with his commutation to twenty twenty one blood freddie can say that that means evolution before evolution so it doesn't it revolution. It's just not going to happen in the next two to three years. I'm not saying but that basically is specified. Yes that's effectively as a hard night for when we can think about what what is extensively described as nexgen but but in the meantime and we evolved the platform that we have and continue to ensure that we've got a really really good product on track had detrimental to have have domination by what we saw with the wing copier and now what you've been able to achieve with scott. I'm i'm not actual won. One championship domination death not make we when you look back at dick johnson one one half the championships in the eighties obviously mock scaife one one significant championships in the nineties and and then the noughties start hitting it is a tough one that they kept gerrymandering the points every year to try and manufacture competition dick was getting having debate people people on a more level playing field well. I think that that's true to an extent liberal by being if you're spending about the same money and and there was a number of cows that were of the same quality in an engineering stature whereas there was a big engineering gap gap between mark gibson. We're doing and the rest of the pack and then i started screwing around with the numbers for sure. I don't think that that <hes> i didn't think that significant gap exists this today. I think the people perceive that it does but <hes> but i can assure you that it doesn't but look we seen the incredible if it's an achievements of triple either over the last ten fifteen years and i said <hes> i said as recently there's yesterday that it's almost impossible to describe how much of a commitment if it and resource you need to be able to maintain fine by level of competitiveness that allows you to have those front row starts to get you on the podium week in week out with reuse into that it. It's it's a relentless pursuit and it requires basically buying from everyone within the organization from the rice drivers through gauze who would apart through the engineering mechanics commercial stuff. Everyone needs to be marching the same direction. It is not an easy thing to achieve which which which mike's mike's what triple i'd have have done over the last ten to fifteen years certainly mamo and stand out as as an even as an even greider achievement than than the sum of <hes> of all of their trophies and awards together but it's not an easy thing to to be competitive consistently because the one thing i can tell you is the stopped developing the diet you stop letting you people explore new ideas these free. They stopped doing that. He going to be overtaken by someone else who hasn't and and that's <music> dixie chicks best when you're at the top. There's only one way you can go so so success. Success by nature is fleeting so you can't take it for granted when you've got it but you need to understand what's behind the success. Hey you got to where you are so that you can continue to replicate replicate evolve and and maintain the ride so we're seeing a second pack for my event you happy with the why this the trial has been progressing. It was just a matter of testing an atom teammate with an adrienne burgess were in formula one when it it was introduced there and and team particularly was quite <hes> invoke vocal in in how much of a different mind to workload to staff and and and and really had no impact on on the product. I think that it works when you have certain formats. I'm not necessarily sure that it works for all of the rice formats is that we have and we'll have a look at it and regroup and see what some of the other opinions damn pit line are and again. It's trout's it's an opportunity to see how it works and we can regroup and revisit it and see. There's a place for it in the future. Does it need to go further and have fuel and other items of the cow locked-in. I didn't think i just think i think we run the risk of limiting limiting some teams from potentially actually chasing performance if they've had a bit of had a bit of a rough running qualley <hes> but that's the same for everyone and like i said i don't i. I don't believe that <hes> i'm not prescribed that it's it's the rot <hes> way to go with all of the different rice formats that we have so again we recruit we'll talk about it. Amongst ourselves thousand and come up with what we think is brought onto whether it is rod or not. I guess <unk>. We'll we'll see we'll see if we see it again. Nave locked in your drivers hood. Twenty twenty funny sign that number and mainly next year. How much does a a dravis. You've got wondering contract one dr radha contract which wjr happens from tom tom. How much does the driving contract have consultation or say on who the driver might be. That's an interesting question. It's draw have to have buying to the team coach and the direction that we're going in when you look at the car. It's got their name on but they driving for team. They drawing driving for a group a group greater than themselves and sometimes when you do have have continuity perhaps apps on one side of the gut garage not necessarily on the other. Maybe you certainly seek out <hes> other opinions but they don't necessarily dictate the decisions and choices is that you might have consultation in some in some instances shore sure but <hes> but not always we do what's best for the team and we we do what's best for the team to ensure. We have to competitive. How's that are capable of achieving strong and solar result. So who is the pinski way where you could have two drivers that have got opinions of each other that aren't as high and it's dangerous what <music> you normally think of balanced team environment if they have if they if they appreciate and bind to our culture they were success here if they can do the job on the track appreciate the needs an aspiration that we have off the track they could with apartments they they can they they effectively control a distant in tenure even in some ways more so than way to get the job done more would you what would you change. What would you change horses midstream pledge we did we look forward to seeing how the pans out sickly hitting into the big trophy races in a few months time on i can assure you craig those those races are an absolute focused right now and obviously had a rough run at the at the the greatest one the more over the last few years and you know you can never you can never be guaranteed if his success success at a place like beth and we've got a rod for our and back in not having having an enduro of it beforehand just to on the bugs and all the king's we've got continuity with drivers and without pay and <hes> and we've got we've got. We've got an idea of how to do it. It's a matter of executing and getting the job done and the best car on the day the best car on the day that makes it to let one sixty sixty one. We'll we'll we'll get the pain of try to simple as that. I'm just i'm just hoping that we can we can work hard enough and have a little bit of like on assad to be competitive and being a position position where we can. We can challenge for nothing. Would nothing would mean more to me. Certainly nothing would mean more to the johnson family into and towards your pinski. We've had the pleasure of listening to iran stories version of his syndicated series and now brady could sticky bold. What's going to come for sticky rising after the right h wait joined the inside motorsport team as i look at all the news from across the scalia and around the world yeah i mean it. It means a lot in through the years a lot of reference. This race is one of our majors features. Six hundred miles around here is no easy task to start out with. We don't keep the family inside broadcast community radio and online at sportsxradio dot com you joining the conversation post. What's your thoughts on airport radio facebook page. I am jones from the cool drive racing team and you're listening to incentive house birdie kostecki great news here coenzyme meantime rice. Why with the announcement of boost my coming on board the aca weld program full baptist wolcott yeah. We're really pumped to have boost come on board so it's been one of those deals that's been been going on behind the backgrounds and we sort of kept it pretty quiet so it was really good to announce that this weekend and sort of surprised surprise everyone and i think happens. I would grateful to have jason pete from boosting are backing us which is a pretty big deal since he's trying to bring bring young into the sports so yeah. We're really pumped now with the car being prepared for baptist. You've you've had to sit out this random. Why was that a tough decision to mike in terms of you've been running. Well in the championships are skipping around doesn't doesn't do that any help now. I wasn't to face to be honest. I'm to me it's all about the end game and five to sit down to two super two reactions to michael. This happened and then to me. That's you know that's fine with mesa. I'll just have to keep up more driver training in hand eye coordination. You know luckily enough. Paul morris is helping us about popped out and can get me to top shape the team this year couple of changes of course says why zarin teams but what's it been like with kurt moving down to a factory drive with a triple eight car and then you guys going it alone up they send it's been a lot easier in a way of preparing to cause instead of three and also maintaining two cars at shrek instead of three so we found it quite difficult difficult last season to bring three cast of the racetrack and have fly in fly out. You know sort of workers being able to string everyone onto the same page. They all have are the qualifications to do the job but every team has a different way of doing it so it was kind of hard to sort of margaret everyone to one way so when cocoa that opportunity to jump into two two factory tame. It seemed like a good gig firm and yourself with what you're managing here. Have you enjoyed the role that you've he's been playing yeah yeah. I've really enjoyed the loss to being in sort of like a team manager role and help help try to sort of better the team before we go into probably the big challenge wherever gonna face i think it's been a positive million and also for jake sort of being able to focus on just one car driver and destroy maximize our efforts as much as possible. You have been racing together for a number of years now the u. similar a macci locking car or is it going to be a lot of compromise both ways when you get into the insurance rights. We're pretty similar in the way we want the car aw all having cost of pretty on edge sarin jake's connor the same way so i think in in that sort of aspects <hes> <hes> you know pretty well which is definitely a bonus in my opinion now. Obviously you said a plan to boost. What's that looking like like hell. You're sitting k._p._i.'s across the baathist weekend. Are you know we're being honest with expectations throughout the weekend you know we we know that we have a good car a good team and also a good engineer jason grace if we can string and altogether there's no doubt that we'll have a good khan and bailable to run sort of inside the top ten but as everyone knows that that race can change at any moment at any second so i'm trying to be mistake free and sort of looking at all the bugs is definitely going to be the most difficult thing for us and and also you know jake myself doing a i found throughout the whole without making any mistakes is is also going to be a challenge. The interesting thing of course is that there's a number of different. Why is you comply with a with a team. That's running to number one drivers if you like because you both have your own cars in your own series so possibly also gives you a lot more flexibility particularly when it comes to d._w._i. Cape changing each time for fitness and other reasons yeah i think we're we're pretty open in that sort of aspect of strategy and and everything like that so jacob myself really close as far as driving stalls and stuff as well so i think that that could definitely open up some more options for us and also who starts the race and who finishes. You're not going to be an any set sort of strategy or anything like that. That's going to be sentenced on how much time you having to spend on working on promotional activities and and sponsorship opportunities to be able to do these sorts of events that come cheap no some. It's been quite challenge so luckily for me stepping out to being able to have that car converted to as becoming all sort of offsets all those you know those costs which is sort of really good advice. Oh yeah we're pretty happy about that and also to jake finished queens on raceway with clean cars so we've had to clean rounds and some pretty good results <hes> poll townsville to take away from that. It's it's gene been really difficult to belo without seeing a lot of jobs between the three of us in you know coach jake and myself so within being preparing jake's carsoup souto and also preparing this to be converted and also or just organizing the team and you know who's in what role and pitstops building a boom so the the list just goes on so it's going to be a big challenge for the three of us but you know we're dedicated and really look forward to order snail or tiber is the bryce half hour long percentage wise. Do you think you are right now probably probably twenty percent to us so we have sort of everything sort of imply some a lot of equipment already here so we've already had it from the wall because last year that cut co competitive maccabee also yes just a few little things like getting this car built so we've just got a call back and it's just been finished paintshop actually this weekend so first thing monday will be sort of getting my car already stopped building in tehran. Hopefully it'd be on beyond tractor tests sort of white through next month. Do you know with pierre locations and who's going to be doing all that sort of work at this stage yeah we do you know most of our crew was is sold <hes>. It's it's been a bit hard to sort of fon on. You know fawn people that qualified to change your bike rider joined the bathurst one thousand stop stuffing on an easy job. <hes> you know the there we're at a thousand degrees when they come in and so yeah so that's been that's been hoffer so but we just sort of have to dig deep and we must have tried some gaza ourselves saw aw coach pitstop experience. I could definitely laying off of him and some of us off of him and i think he'd he'd be good role. As in you know teaching people and coaching people in that department and as you mentioned we're coming off the back of kua could up the other. The other team finishes on the yeah. It was great. You know he had a great great ken so you had you had a poll on the sunday which is today so <hes> couldn't quite get off the line but you know he's had some really good costs paid in the last couple of races so i think once he gets the monkey off his back he'll be asset to jet. Thanks for your time and we look forward to seeing how the progress goes up into the bathurst one thousand thank you. I'll follow craig. H wait joined the inside a sports team as i look at the news across australia and around the winning formula three yeah. I think the fantastic environment may be doing however isolate stuff. <hes> sustainable career in such is fast. It's because an astrologer is second giant target back in the first win. They're like video. You ain't got inside broadcast community radio and online on sports radio dot com dot joining the conversation post your thoughts on facebook page and to ask a question email insiders at sport radio radio dot com dot a._u. Gum printout supercars. This is ryan story from team penske. Enjoy the show welcome back to inside. Civic has gone taught for this week. Show my thought is do you afford the luxury all the running fourteen events. We've kamanga rice's or should you really got to as many tracks as possible. It's an interesting it's an interesting dilemma and as we know you you see the cavs have minimum maximum amount of columbus. I have to kaga into as we've heard through the last couple of weeks. The making a the decision to go to longer races now personally locked the longer isis but is there an appetite racing more tracks over shorter rice pistons. No one's advocating that position on certainly not a fan of it but it's an interesting one to have <hes> obviously we saw australian rules football guiding teams why to have more games about ten fifteen years ago you would remember tiny quarters used to be twenty five minutes plus time on they now twenty minutes plus time on shorten the time but they've got two more of them. Yes of course that gives them. The opportunity also so you've which brings me mom is the ongoing problem off the television and all media coverage of super cars nowadays you know on probably most nine for reading newspapers being all saw journalists and coming from a long line of the family of jealous newspapers themselves important things it but i find that more and more there is less and less in the price about supercars premia racing category and i think it's a major concern now now combined with the fact that when you're only getting six eighths of the you know listen off on free to air it does mean that people outta sight outta mind so so i. I wonder if they will be that review. That's been mooted around that same saying we need freeway t._v. So that we can sell it to sponsor sean society that we want to watch in the upcoming months as the contracts that will be coming up for a new. 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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: NPR Illinois' State Week (August 24, 2019)

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I can hear the ownership uh-huh twenty five month credit applied within two bills pricing service cancel your meena balanced coverage and offer were pretty dog to make some people strips from springfield. This is state week a program of analysis and commentary on the events that made news this past asked week in illinois state government and politics blockbuster report describes a culture of bullying and harassment at the office of house speaker. Mike matt again. It took more than a year for the independent investigation that was prompted by allegations at the height of the metoo movement. Speaker madigan has released a statement that he takes responsibility thirty for not doing enough. Previously the independent investigators spoke to more than one hundred people. Many of them did so anonymously afraid of retribution shen. The findings were sometimes difficult to read. It's hard to hear that the staff that you work with so closely didn't feel valued and respected the way they shy it is not directly blamed for the problems of harassment and bullying cited in the report but is former chief of staff who wielded enormous power in the state capital is criticized for for cultivating a culture of fear. Is you know the culture of sexual harassment a exists in springfield on both sides of the aisle. I am counting on the speaker acre and the senate president and the minority leader of the house and the minority leader of the senate to carry out functions that will safeguard women anybody that could be sexually harassed or attacked perfect dropped the ball when i think it's it's clear that both sides of the aisle because you've heard this on on the other side the speaker how he i think leadership in springfield everybody in springfield in a way we've let this culture go on to i mean i showed up seven months ago but this culture has been around for a long time. That's governor jay pritzker responding to the findings of an audit of the illinois house speaker's office at discover that harassment and bullying led to a culture of fear in that office speaker michael madigan making the findings public was quick to point out changes that have taken place. What do we take away from this and we'll talk about that and more coming up on state week in springfield. I'm shawn crawford joined in studio by shirley wheeler a longtime journalist in state house observer and the outgoing director of the public affairs reporting program at the university of illinois springfield and joining us from chicago. We have w._b._z.'s political reporters. Reporters dave mckinney and tony arnold guys. It's good to have you on once again. Thanks you ethics tony. I'll go to you first. Let's let's walk back to win this. <hes> what we're calling an audit when this i actually got underway what led to this happening led to this happening was <hes> several <hes> women's started going public with accusations about <hes> whether individual lawmakers or just the overall culture of at the illinois state statehouse being ripe for <hes> this culture of sexual harassment or abuse or worse and bullying and then there are just these individual accusations that were made it began the first public airing this after the the news articles about harvey weinstein came out in the metoo movement started started going to the first elected official to be accused was <hes> state senator ira silverstein who was accused by an advocate of <hes> inappropriate appropriate <hes> text messages and talking with an advocate of a bill that he was carrying and it just kind of went from there into this realm of other our other lawmakers have been accused all makers themselves have have launched accusations and <hes> and then kind of peaked when the chief the staff of house speaker michael madigan was accused of bullying and then promptly fired and that after that that's when the madigan commissioned a report art for the speaker's office with this law firm in chicago it took about fourteen months for this report to <hes> to come out <hes> for this investigation gatien to go go through the cost of at least six hundred and forty four thousand dollars that we know of so far to tax payers to come up with a report that basically says there's been there is a culture here in the speaker's office of bullying and people didn't feel like they could come forward or talk even give their name without some kind of retribution russian <hes> as a result of of what they had to say dave. Let's talk about some of the specific findings in this <hes> <hes> i dunno shocking is the the right word but it certainly does show there was intimidation apparently going on in that office and some sexual harassment as well yeah. I mean for sure it for all of us. Who've the capital. I mean i remember i used to <hes> council. You know students in charlie's program at why would have an intern that that would come in. You know be around for a year and i would say you look there some lecherous people out there be on your toes. Don't just be careful and that's what this report really kind of verified in some ways that was two pronged immediate talked about the sexual harassment piece of it talked about the bullying piece of it. You know on the sexual harassment part of it. I think it kind of went into detail about how <hes> you know a lot of the women's staffers. Would you know especially the young ones. Maybe this'll be the first job they would they would they would be warned by some of their colleagues. You know don't don't drink alcohol. If you go out. Don't go out late at night with legislators and lobbyists don't <hes> you know some of them went so far as wearing fake wedding rings to kind of show shot you know shoes some of these <hes> people away i mean there was one phrase i remember in the report that that came out this week. You know a creepy creepy behavior here. You know that's what what a lot of these women staffers had to work and live around and so you know i i i just i read the thing and i just felt empathy for a lot of these people especially shauwie young people because it's like you know these the it could be the first job. Some of these people had they. They are interested in politics that they think they're going to change the world and then it's like this. Is this environment where you know it's kind of you know as the report said creepy behavior and then on the bullying side with makes <hes> you know there were there were a lot of allegations nations that were laid out there about how <hes> makes allegedly would. Would you know tell people that they were dispensable. He would threaten their jobs. <hes> <hes> you know and and it was just people i think working under under you know in that environment fell on edge constantly there was another piece of it as well that that some of the the legislative assistance in addition to the normal duties you would expect someone to have in in dealing with constituent complaints and and various things like that they would also have to take on duties vacuuming the home of a legislator that was single loudon in the report or or running errands for legislators or or helping helping legislators sell their homes. I mean things that you know when we as taxpayers are helping float this entire operation. You don't expect that's going to be with that. Money's us four so that's the the overarching you know examples that i that stood out to me and the report and the tim matrix was the longtime chief of staff. He was basically forced out over after these allegations became public <hes> and he's been out of office now <hes> therefore <hes> several months tony he did respond to this audit <hes> kind of issued his his own statement about <hes> the findings in in that statement this is really the most we've heard from him since he was fired a year ago a little over a year ago so <hes> but he he basically did apologize <hes> and also but also kind of a lengthy statement and there was also the part in there about how some people might not he accepts the criticism but also those who who offer the the the critics who might not understand the full scope of of his responsibilities ability to think is how is how he framed it basically saying he had so much to do that that maybe maybe you know. It sounds like it sounds like there's so much there's so much responsibility. They had the critics understand all that he had do <hes> and that's that's his point of view and he's been out of out of what the the house of representatives for as chief of staff and also as executive director of this illinois democrat democratic party of illinois <hes> for the last year in two months. Now i'd say surely let me get your thoughts on this. You've certainly watched the culture at the illinois state house for years and you know i hate to say it but for all of us who've worked around rounded and seen it a lot of these things are not terribly surprising. Maybe when you see them all in one report you realize just the magnitude of it but <hes> i wanna get your thoughts on on what you've heard so far yeah. I was not surprised i'll confess. I didn't read the whole thing that i've read all the newspaper stories. I was not surprised that this kind of culture exists because back in my day <hes> it did and it was kind of a a good old boy boy type of network where guys would hit on women in a way that was not acceptable. It shouldn't have been acceptable separable then but it was kinda. Will that's the way it goes. I remember walking in the tunnel between the state house in the building behind a couple of women in modem was saying saying senator so-and-so's really been giving me a rough time. She is different words but and the response was well yeah but you need that job and that was the attitude. It was kinda hilarious thing. We're one notorious lawmaker. <hes> was hitting on this young woman unbeknownst to him. It was somebody else's wife. Some one of his colleagues wife and i had a situation dave mentioned alerting his students <hes> we did that with our students. All all the time i remember one occasion where a young woman came up one of my interns or one of my students interning and talked about a particular lawmaker who is giving a rough time and it was the democrat i told steve brown madigan's guy that this is happening in after through that <hes> the lawmaker never spoke to her again assuming was that brown told maddie. Maybe brown himself went and told the guy to knock it off charlie the the stories like that. They're everywhere. I one of my interns one of your students that i had one year remember you know she was sitting in the house press box six and and <hes> you know had been covering that day session and then she came back to me and she's she talked about how this legislator had come up behind her just sort of nestled up behind her and then slipped her a piece of paper and said if you ever get lonely call this number and and i was just aghast seriously this is this is not this is not acceptable behavior you know and and that that just really kind of sharpen my focus on this thing because it's you know that's not acceptable behavior in a workplace. Well let me ask you this. Dave madigan has been known for years to be <hes>. You know attention to detail <hes> he's in control. He knows what's going on things like this occur and and it seemed as though i don't see that madigan was sort of given a pass on this but it did seem as though that in some ways <hes> michael madigan was was secondary endearing to people like to make in this report. I want to get your thoughts on that. Well i mean maybe tony is the better one to answer this because tony went to the effort of counting up the number of references to madigan intimate and the chief of staff makes is mentioned twice as often as madigan throughout this report. This report is for all intents and purposes. It's a report about the chief of staff. Have tim meets. It's not meghan is in there but it's <hes>. If you don't wanna say imagine got a pass that's fine. I'll say that madigan gotta pass and this report and that's it would stands out because matt again at the end of the day. It's it's his. He's the speaker <hes> his he's he's the one in charge and <hes> it kind of goes out the report. This audit goes out of its way to talk about how madigan <hes> is is basically not seen. He's it almost makes it sound like he's hands off to so much that his own staff fears that they don't have of coming forward any complaints because they don't think the madigan would have their back because because he doesn't know who they are because they never see him <hes> so to me to read to me as as as giving madigan a pass for the culture in his own office reading the news stories <hes> one of the things that struck me several stories mentioned how some of the people who talked about the bullying culture culture nonetheless were supportive of madigan in his role and there was no allegation against madigan directly. I think it was just the we're we're talking about. It was under his watch. Is that what you're saying. Dave will know what i was gonna. Say was just the idea that that <hes> you know. I'm willing to give madigan credit for you. Know initiating this study making it public <hes> i mean he did something similar to this last year on his own where where there were there were details that he threw out that the talked about about this kind of behavior <hes> internally but you know what it just sorta i kept reading this thing and you know thinking about the famous harry truman statement the buck stops here we have this person who's amassed all this power and has this this <hes> unmatched career and yet this is a this is a bit have a more than a bit. It's a blemish on that stewardship because ultimately he is the one that's in charge of this or organization and it was up to him to make sure this kind of conduct. You know that it just flat out didn't happen now. You know there are other lots lots of other tentacles of state government that have not undergone this level. Oh scrutiny you can start with the secretary of state's office for example. I mean that is a massive bureaucracy with offices in virtually every community in the state. You know let's see let's see if jesse white initiates something like this <hes> other branches of the or other <hes> <hes> parts of the legislature the state judiciary. I mean everybody could could benefit probably from you know the the eye opening experience that we're all you know having now with this one report but i think it's it's not just isolated in illinois house and surely you said did this before but this is not necessarily. This is a bipartisan problem. It has been for a number of years at the capital so <hes> you know i'm not trying to just pick on madigan's office office but you're right tr- <hes> what what david said there this is this is a level of scrutiny lot of you know dirty laundry being aired at this point about what has taken place there but but it probably is much more prevalent throughout state government and other places. I don't think there's anything about the house democratic caucus that <hes> you know they've all been infected with a virus of lecture. Ism that hasn't affected anybody else. <hes> there were a couple republicans republican legislator who resigned his seat because he was i'd say foolishly would be charitably responded to some anonymous person asking him him on. I think it was on facebook. Would you be my friend and i think he wound up sending her money. There was another one who resigned in is <hes> still awaiting trial on charges that he sent sexually explicit pictures of a former girlfriend and he communicated those the social media in those guys are republicans so as i said it's everywhere maybe part of a two is that makes head so many he had three major roles either which would be a full-time job for anybody. He was a chief of staff which is a fulltime job. He was also house clerk mark overseeing. I don't know how big the operation is but it's dozens of people who work for the clerk's office. It's all the people who staff the committee's all the people who do behind behind the scenes paper pushing and he was also the executive secretary democratic party <hes> <hes>. That's an awful lot of responsibility for one single guy. Well let me <hes> ask about what has been done in the house <hes> tony or david if you could weigh in on this <hes> madigan made this clear in his statement that <hes> you know that they have put some if you come call him safeguards or changes that have been put in place but <hes> does it seem as though they're on the right path to trying to resolve these issues well the report recommends that meghan not consolidate power under one person again like he did with maps for so long and <hes> it looks like madigan has has begun that process <hes> and it the report goes on to say maybe hire an ethics officer do employees valuations. I like what you might see in the corporate world. <hes> things like that so some of that some of those recommendations i think madigan's already started to do but let's also keep in mind here that it's not just on the in the speaker's office it's also in the political world as well <hes> and madigan's political operations right now are in the middle of ongoing ongoing civil lawsuit somehow we've gone this entire conversation without talking about elena hampton and and her civil case against mattias political operations for not properly properly handling her her complaints of harassment from <hes> a colleague who happened to be the brother of of a chicago alderman and madigan's <hes> homeward in chicago i mean i think this is going to be one of those. Things you know to to use that age. Old cliche time will tell but i mean i can think back over the years like with with madigan where he wasn't particularly interested in a lot of people looking into his business tonight. The one example i can think of it's clear as day is the legislative inspector general i mean this is a this was an entity that that you know he helped create but in a lot of ways it was sort what a toothless tiger and there were a number of years that it went you know the job just sat vacant and and so you know we see there where they're supposed to be an ethics watchdog kind of patrolling the halls of of the illinois legislature and there wasn't a great deal of interest in having a very strong person or even when a person at all in that seat so within this organization <hes> will people's complaints be taken seriously in in. Is there a clear pathway to make a complaint. That's what needs to happen here. And these people you have to understand a lot of them are are being paid thirty forty fifty thousand dollars a year and that's a lot of money to some of these people and and there is a great power imbalance where a single legislator who says a bad word about one of these people can can don't lead to their ouster and so that that power imbalance is always going to be there but what really is important is that there is a pathway that these complaints get taken seriously and adjudicated. I think thank you hit it on the head. When you said time will tell so we will have to is is just the the overall mentality. 'cause i'm michael. Madigan's generation regime a couple months older than he was born in november. He was born in april back. I i was pre pearl royal harbour baby but growing up the kind of things that were accepted in terms of how you related to women how you related to people of color our our kind of things that looking back would be outrageous. Today should been outrageous then but there was kind of this expectation that well you're a the guy in of course you're going to hit on women of course you're gonna say these suggestive things. You don't really mean anything without ever taking into account. How does the woman feel when she hears this trying to put yourself in her shoes. What discomfort in my causing her and you ever thought about that stuff. I think thankfully now. We're starting to look at that approach. You don't just blurt out anything you think. How is this going to affect the person to whom i am addressing it and i think even as members of the media we have seen it's and probably not reported on it as much as we should have in the past so again. This is something we'll continue to watch. I want to move on with the last few minutes. We have left here though we did have another issue that had cropped up over the weekend last weekend <hes> <hes> and actually was making quite a bit of headlines until the madigan audit reports was released but this involved a state senator martin sandoval he was holding a fundraiser and video so from that fundraiser surfaced in which it showed somebody doing a mock assassination. I guess you would call it. If president trump dave this was this got a lot of attention not not just here but across the country and <hes> <hes> what do we know about this. I know that the senator has apologize as you say went viral and i mean this is a story that our colleague mark maxwell axel it w c._i._a. Broke that you know it was a it was a big party an annual fundraiser for sandoval in the in the suburbs and you know there were these characters that were wearing these <hes> you the <hes> lookalike masks and trump was one of them and and there's a picture of of someone using a like a drink dispenser that looked like a gun and and the person who's wearing the trump mask you know the guns pointing at him that trump person is putting his hand over his one side of his chest and and so that's what what we see and you know and it's just a <hes> i think it's one of those things that that blew up unexpectedly because these guys were horsing around but it's a serious first thing in the client in this climate dealing with where <hes> you know the the level of civil discourses just kind of in ruin and a lot of places and this it's just doesn't help things and and so it was an embarrassment for sandoval. What what we don't know is the <hes> you know neither. The senator senator certainly knows who this person is is. I would think but has not chosen to identify them. <hes> you know there have been leads all week that that many of us have been pursuing about you know the person being you know possibly simply a realtor up here in chicago and <hes> what have you but <hes> i i do know for a fact that the secret service was aware of this and you know what they're or doing with it. I don't know but it you know they looked at as sort of a serious issue enough that it caught their attention and if i'm the guy that you know either of these people who was screwing around on that day i don't think i'd necessarily want to go out and attract the attention of the secret service but that's what they did in this follows of course on the heels of some other social media posts from from political organizations in the state that have been called into question so it just we devolve a little bit more. It seems like each week before we run out of time though i want it since i have both <hes> it follows on <hes> and you follow what's going on in chicago as well <hes> chicago's mayor lory lightfoot has mentioned she wants some things from state lawmakers and tony <hes>. She has some some specific. I guess you would call them asks of the legislature explain what she's looking at well. She's she's about to give. She's she's on the heels here of of about two to give a major budget address detailing how awful the city's finances are there's. There's a giant budget gap optus. She's going to to address and gives them details on explain fully basically how she intends to fill this gap and it's gonna she's gonna rely heavily on springfield failed to fill that gap <hes> she's currently weighing whether whether or how much to increase property taxes in the city is one thing but as far as what she needs from from springfield she's floating these ideas such as <hes> taxing high-end services like accounting or legal work the big law firms big accounting firms that kind of thing also transfer tax on the selling of million dollar homes <hes> so she's he's going after some of those industries that are affected them rich people in addition to the fact that she's she's going around saying that this the gambling expansion bill the past springfield and was signed by brisker. Just doesn't work for the casino industry for the chicago casino. She's basically saying no no casino operator. He's going to make enough money to make it worth their time so she must have proposed a fix for that so that the chicago casino can get going <hes> and the city can get some money off of that and i did. Let's see <hes> both the senate democratic spokesperson. John patterson also saw the <hes> majority leader in the house. Greg harris had both gun indicated. These are heavy lifts for for the legislature so there's not necessarily guarantee that everything she wants is going to <hes> get through there. Is that right dave well. Yeah i mean we're talking about six days in october november and that's a not not not a lot of time to you know take on a lot of controversial issues and i mean there's there's always this geo political divide in illinois that we face <hes> you know chicago wants wants something. What about everybody else and that that's that's the problem that that mayor lightfoot is going to have to confront here if she's going to try to get this through in the fall charlie. She's got political capital. Although at this point so maybe she's trained to use it while she has it. Yeah and i would hope that she's also got the political smarts that she's not gonna wait to start putting this together until like dave said the the next to last week in october. I think it is the last week in october but she's going to be working on it right now going along so that there's a deal is pretty well set so that when they come back for those six days they'll have something ready to go just because if she if she waits until the session starts it will get done just a little over a minute or so to go but tony can you fill us and we're hearing rumblings. At this point. I think that <hes> we may not have heard the last of the former congressman joe walsh from illinois. <hes> might be considering a presidential primary run against president donald trump running as republican yeah. This is a former congressman from chicago suburbs who now has <hes> an overnight radio show. That's that's syndicated across the country. <hes> <hes> you know joe walsh. He's on twitter he. He's he's defended the use of the n. word before he's talked about grabbing your musket in going to war. If hillary clinton had one and two thousand sixteen he was a trump defender who now is trump opponent <hes> to the point that he's floating this idea of running for president. He actually did the same thing against bruce rounder <hes> i'm in rounders reelection bid. He thought maybe he would run for governor. Ended up going to then state representative genie. I've so he's just kind of doing the same thing that he did to round now to <hes> to donald trump and we'll see if he actually gets any kind of support or signatures or whatever operation he needs to get into effect actually actually get some kind of operation going own in iowa new hampshire in those early primary states. I mean what's striking is that you know it doesn't seem as if president trump is too worried about him because now you know since since all the scuttlebutt about walsh emerging i mean we haven't seen a single presidential tweet belittling joe walsh or giving him a nickname or anything so he doesn't seem to be on trump's radar. Let's go to our notes from the field and charlie. Let's go to you well one of the bills that the governor signed and he's been very busy signing bills. He's only got well. I think roughly roughly a week to finish with the some six hundred bills at the legislature set him was one that <hes> increases that a minimum wage for teachers and it's designed to deal with a teacher shortage by making sure that teachers get paid higher salaries the last time the minimum wage for for teachers was raised was in nineteen eighty and it was raised to ten thousand dollars a year so under this new measure over the course of the next several years it would go up to forty thousand by the twenty twenty three twenty twenty four school year and the idea is say is to try and attract more people into the profession and now the downside which we've been hearing particularly from some downstate in rural school superintendents is that we can't afford this. We're going to have to raise property taxes. 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GSMC Entertainment Podcast Episode 121: Soccer, Archie, and Mulan

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

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GSMC Entertainment Podcast Episode 121: Soccer, Archie, and Mulan

"The seven billion humans on earth can all like the same drink that's why circle k has pulled her pop in foster care flavors and make about one in seven billion next just right for you often find her just seventy nine cents each circle limited time only at participating locations always on the go but the day just will be more without your hollywood there lip golden state media concepts entertainment podcast take care of an all inclusive look of pop culture he sees welcome to the jim state podcast brought to you by the gsm see podcast network i am your host sarah yeah i am happy to be with you on the first sunday in july hope you had a wonderful fourth of july if you had a long weekend i hope that you were able to get out and do something whatever makes you happy with that being with friends being with family being quiet by herself whatever it is we had i am very quiet fourth of july in my family the hoping i stayed home with the with the dog's who thankfully are not scared of fireworks they've never been bothered by fireworks and i don't know if that's because we just plugging in bed with a at night when it starts to get noisy or if they just i dunno doesn't bother them and trust me my my window scared of everything he's scared beef jerky so it's a fact and he's not scared fireworks is a small miracle to me at any rate i am glad to be with you on this fourth of july weekend sunday and we are here to talk about some entertainment news in entertainment news is everywhere right now we return to soccer which is not support i know a lot about 'em i have friends who children play soccer i know people love soccer i just could never quite figured out the like i watch soccer i gotta have somebody sit down with me some time who really understands it and explain everything to me while it's happening which is not the time that people necessarily want to explain you know if they're really big soccer fans they don't wanna sit and explain to a office everything that's going on maybe yeah so i figure that out 'em 'cause i do not quite understand all of the rules but the women have one you at women's soccer team has won their fourth women's world cup title today which is very exciting it's awesome it is everywhere on my social media news feeds people celebrating an on i think it's awesome i'm not going to try to be one of those fans who like yeah wouldn't soccer i don't know anybody on the team i mean i think i think it's cool and i celebrate and i definitely celebrate with the people who are tried and true fans but you know i think it's really cool say one and and if i if i understood soccer at all i would have watched but the story is the the team captain megan wrapping oh wrapping yet making wrapping up actually quoted the late rapper nipsy so after their win she did this on instagram as she posted a picture of herself holding the trophy and it does eight nearly trip on the credit i just paid of my tooth and i just respected the game now my name all in a new tripping on all of my moves quote me on this got a lot more proof yet that would be worse rating of rap ever but i'm not gonna try to do it in either way she she also tagged elite rappers instagram handle on the post in include the hash tag tmc which is not his motto the marathon continues be women's team at secured the title today after eight to zero victory over the netherlands in these final a penalty kick by wrapping oh in the sixty first minute contributed to the usa women's second consecutive world cup championship enforce any eight tournaments that had been played it also earned her they golden ball and golden boot award for best player and top goal for until i guess that yes that look like what she is holding in these instagram picture see i told you i didn't know anything about soccer the quota for those of you who aren't familiar with it comes from a total twenty eighteen song hustle and motivate a the grammy nominated rapper and activists of course with so that was kind of had not put on a happier note congratulations to be women's soccer team they use women's soccer team that is awesome an congratulations to wrapping up on be a what what the golden ball and i really gotta learn more about soccer with an awesome day for soccer fans in i i really enjoyed wade watching everyone's reaction on social media so that was awesome other entertainment news you know we like to talk about game of thrones here now that it's over weaken a giveaway spoilers now there's boilers because this is not necessarily about game of thrones but it is about a emilia clarke andy who played of course the nearest turned gary in on these show and she has actually recently opened up about the stress that she put on herself to quote unquote force yourself to feel better following her brain aneurysm she actually suffered nonlife threatening brain hemorrhage between seasons one and two of hp oh show in twenty eleven that is very scary 'em years after keeping her medical emergency in recovery out of the spotlight a she has chosen to reveal her experiences in a personal personal essay for the new yorker she wrote she suffered any sub arachnoid hemorrhage a rare but life threatening type of stroke while she was working out with a personal trainer at the gym she underwent surgery and suffered horrendous memory loss first short time after the episode of suffering anxiety and t as he attempted to feel normal again and now she is keen to spread the message of the seriousness of strokes as her charity saying you partnered with the royal college of nursing foundation shutting more light on how she continued to recover a the strain exhausted me more than anything forcing myself to feel okay she said there are pictures of her after the stroke looking of of course exhausted 'em my goodness and she said if i could help a young person who is in the state i was in i know they would be lifted and feel lighter in themselves you ability to feel open and vulnerable when you're just making our mark when you don't want the scene vulnerable is important amelia added her goal was to make sure young people have others around them they can feel vulnerable an open west during their recovery drawing upon her own personal experiences she added i haven't incredibly personal experience nurses there's currently a lack of eyes on brain injury recover recovery's it's the thing that brings people back to life it's a thing they give people back their life and she said that as well as a stroke not something one might expect happened to someone in their twenties or thirties the mental health aspect of the condition affected her immensely she added i cared for by to specialist nurses but i saw where the gaps were and where i had help myself so she also wrote my trainer had me get into the plank position and i immediately felt as though and elastic band or screens squeezing my brain is what she said when she had the end you're ism she tried to ignore the pain and continue the workout but he became more difficult in she then had to almost crawl back to the locker room before sinking tourneys and becoming quote unquote violently balloon asleep it'll sound incredibly scary meanwhile the pain shooting shooting stabbing constricting pain without getting worse at some level i knew what what's happening my brain was damaged wow 'em she even says that in her worst moment she wanted to pull the plug she asks the medical staff to let her die 'em my job my entire dream of what my life would be centered on language on communication without that she said she lost because after the surgery 'em after the stroke and then after surgery she still suffered 'em you know and memory loss she struggled to remember her own name even that is a condition known as a facia 'em she says about the loss of communication without that i would loss sent back to be icy you out and after about a week these days you passed and i was able to speak that is in credibly scary of course i have friends who have had strokes and family members who have had stroke none of them though as young as meal yet but i know it happens a brand pm in twenty thirteen revealed that a second inner ism had doubled in size and required another operation which failed an she suffered a massive bleed forcing doctors operate again this time accepting her brain it through her skull she suffered from anxiety and panic attacks and felt like a shell of herself she wrote she revealed at her house have improved proven years since 'em in fact improve beyond her most unreasonable hope and now it is at one hundred percent so that is wonderful new at any rate that article is in these new yorker that she wrote that personal essay that is set it already but that's amazing we scary and it's good that she's opening up about it talking about it not from the publicity standpoint or you know anything like that but just the fact that people do look up where people are know her from game of thrones and she has a platform because of that in which to talk about this and talk about her experience and hopefully encourage others to understand what it means when someone has a stroke what could happen and what you're options might be so i think that is a good thing we're going to take our first break of the podcast and when we come back we talking about more entertainment news stay tuned you're listening to the g s m v entertainment podcast and i'll be right back you do it right to make updates to help lows does it right to july fourth savings throughout the store and it's like fifteen dollars a gallon cans and forty five dollars off five gallon pails be lows gift card rebate when you buy select paint stains get up to forty percent off select appliance special values you're losing vintage car ask for twenty four months no interest on purchases of nineteen ninety nine or more do it right for less start with lowe's offers valid through seven ten credit offer bell through seven seven minimum purchase 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personal essay that she wrote for the new yorker were gonna move on to some happier news and that is that oh baby urging you know that i love my royal news and just find the whole thing fascinating but a lot of prince harry and meghan markle gold baby archie was chris and over the weekend baptize over the weekend they called christening andy they of course posted formal pictures baptism the christening itself was private so they word the pictures but we got without a william and kate children you know kind of going into the chapel and coming out at cetera a first for the baby ogling but they did release two pictures on instagram of these three of them meghan harry an archie in black and white and you could actually see the baby's face the first time that they've released a picture of his full face he's of course he's adorable but i'm gonna think that my husband would tell you that i think oh baby they're adorable which they are even the ones that are cute adorable it's just the nature of babies yeah and then they released be formal portrait well the queen and prince philip or not there they also didn't attend louise christening i i have no idea what the wrote a royal port protocol is on all of that but the picture includes a prince charles and camilla and of course harry making an archie on william and kate and then two of of two of their their on i believe and of course doria it's they're making mother doria ragland is fair everyone looks lovely the formal portrait's i always find it interesting because they really are very formal the way everything is posed and everything yeah archie of course has on these joined normally luminous long that took down which is amazing all the babies have this look on their face like seriously what did you do put me in this thing is he didn't fluffy in a slippery as someone who has much experience was very slippery leftist mcgann's and trying to hold babies in them it's difficult when they scored yeah you don't wanna drop a baby obviously but no adopted northbound are slippery in that one is very very voluminous as i said lots and lots of fabric at any rate i of course watched we're looked at the pictures to see what these adorable little archie 'em look like with his full face lee you may have heard about these bottle cap challenge it started last week by you have see fighter max hallway who did eight spinning kick i dunno roundhouse kick some kind of kick in a bum knee top off of water bottle he's been challenged on i think he challenge john mayer who did it as well it's become kind of a thing with of course very people doing doing some variation on it you know there's one where they just they act like they're gonna do it and then they just take the top off with their fingers but apparently mariah carey has taken on these bottle cap challenge in end she has done it with her own usual style she is not news been kicked like other challengers she posted the clip on her instagram page today on sunday and she is she's shown singing eight high note she's of course known for her her five octave range which is amazing so she's shown it singing high note in front of a bottle prompting it's captive layoffs which reminds me of course of that scene in harry potter when don french is playing these fat lady the portrait the kurds be griffin door common room and she's trying to shoot thing the the the notes allowed or hide it she break the glass she doesn't accomplish but at any rate she wrote challenge accepted mariah carey knocked on french a hashtag bottle cap challenge 'em her ex husband nick cannon commented hilarious for exclamation points and this is what they call a win wrote actress ruby rose you win hand down a agreed rita ora so 'em jordan's burt commented on this is why you're the greatest with the heart so i dunno it makes me laugh the whole thing makes me laugh let's see other celeb to take it on the bottle cap challenge veep quote unquote old old fashioned way the article says you know old fashioned the dollars last week include john mayer blake shelton ellie goulding david spade ryan reynolds and jason jason state them i have not tried this i i would probably not probably i would either miss completely inland on my bucket or i would just send the entire bottle flying water would spray everywhere because of course you know the the cabin on tight because you're just putting it off a lose bottle or we kept on a bottle yeah so i'm not doing it because i would make a total moron myself speaking of musicians although would not be bottle cap challenge but the story is about florence welsh who recently said in an interview that she sometimes pretend she isn't famous to protect her sanity a she is of course be 'em if she is florence of florence and the machine and she said in this interview i have this happy delusion that i'm not famous to protect my sanity i decided awhile ago the i am not a celebrity performance making music 'cause all we've seen very safe to me but being famous is corrosive instructing in very bad for me generally don't know how some people deal with that every single day she admitted that she feels terribly guilty about the way she's changed her own life she told q magazine sensitive dreamy kid and when that intense hijacking by fame happens i feel terribly guilty but i didn't protect that kid enough i slingshot at her into this world 'em she recently experienced case it crippling anxiety attack when her she says vanity made her step into the world of the famous by attending the met gala she said it's not like i'm not being i envy i love quote so so designer i love invites me to this huge passion avenged put me in amazing outfit i'm like yes yes but my vanity crack my sanity when i get in that world you'd think it i'd just be used to it by now but there's something so shocking about it my brain just go moosh i think i just think i can't measure up to what other people want from me and following her anxiety attack a foreign spent days interiors and says she feels lucky but she has such understanding fans as she had to stop her first show of the u s tour to tell the audience and let no she would struggling she said crying on stage which is cheesy even for me but i'm so lucky with the fan base and i think i think it's to do with the vulnerability of the work it mean i attract quite sensitive people i found myself saying i know you've come to eat higher hopes to her but i asked i'm a mess 'em anxiety really is no joke and a light seem strange people who don't have it but it can be extremely debilitating an so i applaud her for being honest about her mental health issues because of course you know if you're crying in the middle of the show she's she's the the front person of this band she's the one that people are looking at the most and if crying while she's performing people are going to wonder what is going on they're going to speculate and of course some people are going to have negative comments if she for her admitting that she was having difficulty but the majority of people i would think would be understanding ding and appreciative of the fact that she was able to be honest about it and admit what what's going on with her so good on her for that we are going to take a are last break of the podcast and when we come back we'll be turning to the movie news they do entertainment podcast nellie right now is the chance to use reliable energy to grow your money with the dominion energy reliability investment our new investment investment product offers competitive returns no maintenance fees and flexible online access to your money make the reliable investment in reliable energy the dominion energy reliability investment to find out more go online to reliability investment dot com that's reliability investment dot com seven eleven had more and drink and you've been singing your car random lyric stored in your brain combined firm flavor filled slurpy and viggo drinks chris coconut water 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some will be news but this last section is pretty much all about disney we're gonna start with these saturn is first so that we don't end on a down note which i sometimes do and i i don't think about it beforehand but the sad news of this segment is that cameron boys who was a un actor died recently at sea he would only twenty he was he disney channel actor who starred in the tv series jesse jesse and of the franchise descendants he he died saturday of an ongoing medical condition his family told nbc news as i said he was only twenty m it is what they profoundly heavy heart but we reports at this morning we lost cameron spokesper spokesperson for his family told told nbc news he passed away in his sleep due to a seizure which was the result of an ongoing medical condition for which he was being treated the world is now undoubtedly without one of its brightest lights but his spirit will leave on through the kindness and compassion of all who knew and loved him we are utterly heartbroken and asked for privacy during the mentally difficult time as we grieve the loss of are precious son and brother the disney channel released the following statement from a young age cameron voice dreamed of sharing his it's extraordinary artistic talents with the world using incredibly talented performer remarkably caring and thoughtful person and above all else he would say loving dedicated son brother grandson and friend we offer our deepest consult condolences to his family cast mates and colleagues enjoying his many millions of fans in grieving his untimely passing he will be dearly missed 'em of course other people came out to to comment on to a pay tribute to the actor you're 'em adam sandler who was his co star in grownups said too young to sweet too funny just the nicest most talented in most decent kid around love that kid cared so much about his family cared so much about the world thank you cameron for all you gave us so much more with on the way all our hearts are broken thinking of you're amazing family and sending are deepest tyndall condolences and of course there were many other tributes as well so just yet condolences to his family and to his fans who are undoubtedly grieving as well but definitely to his family twenty years i mean any age is just too young sometimes but tony is definitely too young and have it be somewhat unexpected although he was being treated it's just a very difficult situation but moving on from that news a that to me is they they sometimes make choices the people get upset about it especially when it comes to their favorite disney movies in this week we have had an uproar my goodness people are grumpy because was on the little mermaid is being done as live action as so many disney movies are end these casting of area was announced this week to be halley bailey 'em and she happens to be eight young black woman and people are freaking out the aerial cannot be black even start early petition 'em not my aerial they are with that or they yeah they a hashtag not my aerial people are making quote unquote scientific arguments as to why aerial can't be black some of the comments are some kind of funny some of the comments are just downright ridiculous and racist in there yeah oh yeah it's a mess i am not going to comment on how crazy i think it is i just did but i'm not going to get up on a soapbox about this but set up with comments disney's cable network free form responded with an open letter to be poor unfortunate souls who found issue with bailey's casting they said yes the original author of the little mermaid was danish area is a mermaid she lives in the underwater kingdom in international waters incan legit swim wherever she wants even though she often upsets king triton 'em absolute saturday the post read but for the sake of argument let's say the aerial to danish okay yes danish mermaids can be black because danish people can be black the letter continued area elkin sneak up to the surface at anytime with our pal scott all andy jamaican crabs sebastian sorry flounder and keep that bronze base black teen these people in this murder folk and also genetically have red hair 'em all of that aside free form went on to remind people of the story and the character of aerial was eight work of fiction further defending be grown ish actresses casting but this is another quote spoiler alert bring it back to the top of the character of aerial is work of fiction the network continued so after all this is said and done and you still cannot get past the fact that choosing these incredible sensational highly talented gorgeous howley bailey is anything other than inspired casting that is because she doesn't look like the cartoon oh boy do i have some news for you about you bailey has expressed her excitement for the new role with an a post on twitter she said dream come true 'em she tweeted alongside image of an indian american aerial aerial singing part of your world well waves crashed behind her i you know they capture a rob marshall said in a statement she after an extensive search it was abundantly clear that how he possesses that rare combination of spirit heart use innocence and substance plus a glorious singing voice all intrinsic qualities necessary to play this iconic role so there you have it people are upset but i think my favorite mean in response to this was something along the lines of kevin costner being cast as robinhood even though in the cartoon it with a fox i'm not saying that right but it made you laugh a lot so anyway in response to be a very upset innocent people that's not a word but i ended up there has been some really beautiful fan art of halley as aerial and 'em yeah i'm i'm excited to see the movie because i do like the little mermaid and i'm okay with the casting speaking of live action movies have you seen the new trailer for a movie on which is coming out in march of twenty twenty and it is a live action as well it's just amazing to me how many they're just gonna redo every live action or every animated movie as a live action movie it sounds like an but they have released the new teaser trailer as well is the poster for their movie it is of course in adaptation of the nineteen ninety eight animated film 'em and it comes out it's released march twenty seventh of twenty twenty the synopsis when the emperor of china issues at decreed one man per family must serve any imperial army to defend the country from northern invade invaders while milan eldest daughter of an honored warriors steps in take the place of her ailing father masquerading as a man who had june she is tested every step of the way and must harnessed her inner strength and embrace her true potential it is an epic journey that will transform her into and honored warrior and earned the respect of a grateful nation and a proud father let's see it features eight celebrated international cast that includes includes you say you as milan donnie yen as commander tone jason scott lee as borey connor you're on an as chang hungry and gone we as jank jank and we as emperor what is anybody remember what what would be a little dragons name that did that with voiced by eddie murphy i can't think of it anyway the film directed by nikki carola from a screenplay by wreckage jaffa amanda silver analysts martin and lauren hynick based on the narrative palm the battle ballad of lawn and the official trailer the teaser trailer is watch day looks very fun i am excited i know that there are a lot of people will of course of course there are a lot of people excited about it there everyone has their favorite disney movie and this is a lot of people's favorite so hopefully they will do hopefully no one will be cranky about the casting although the casting with announced a while ago now we have the teaser trailer at any rate we're gonna wrap up this episode of the gsm see entertainment podcast thank you so much for joining me in join me again next time when let's see what 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Ruiz-Joshua 2 Ruiz REJECTS Saudi Arabia RematchHearn Threatens Lawsuit

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Ruiz-Joshua 2 Ruiz REJECTS Saudi Arabia RematchHearn Threatens Lawsuit

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Everybody's talking about finding pleasure on news coming soon after hearing a._j. Got the rematch and of course is gonna be on my chairman archer. We're going to bring it back here. In the united states he's scared. He's he's over there trying to make the vital sign of rape was like i said i don't have no protection for their summer might be ending the decor from the home. Depot your dorm apartment. Makeover is just beginning from plush bedding to stackable storage into court to the microwave. You'll use more than you ever thought possible. The home depot has everything. You need to get back to campus in style. You know so mom doesn't worry about you too much. Get great savings on back to campus essentials shop decor. Now now at homedepot dot com more saving more kinds of doing u._s. Only offer valid online throughout his twenty fifth limitations apply say metro by t mobile. 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Those are the podcast partners sponsors or affiliates enjoy the for providing cold here wondering what pertains the power warrior dot com welcome back ladies and gentlemen welcome back to another the breaking news edition of the box and voice radio eddie hearn comes out fires back andy ruis. We're going to give you all the details. First and foremost andrew as junior has claimed that the rematch anthony joshua will be on and i quote my terms and in in the united states but promoter eddie hearn has reiterated that the deal has already been finalized to go to saudi arabia so this is what what we're gonna be talking about right here at the box voice dot com you already know hashtag t._v. Podcast wherever hashtags us you can call us up right here here at one four to five five six nine fifty to forty one press one one time voice your opinion on this subject right here on the voice of the people hotline. Don't forget you you can ask mister gibbs on sky to be part of the conversation from anywhere in the world. Just download that app absolutely free on your android app market or iphone phone apple market and while you're there download that patriot app and join us on patriot dot com forward slash to box voice for exclusive never heard before podcasts ass only on patriots. Let me go out to my co host and we'll be back with more details on this skysports exclusive production bachelors dot com the dot com yoyo. You're welcome back everybody out there and the t._b._b. Universe back the other one. Yes comes out and says everything will happen on his terms really early information to meet so we'll break that down and are any earned then sticking to his guns. Santa said i don't happen then we will proceed with legal legal matters so we're gonna see how this plays out and we're gonna bring. You guys more details right now. What's going on this. What's up so the audio that we played in. The beginning of the start was was the ibm w._b._z. and w._b._z. Oh now according to sky sports. He's no longer the i b o or they're not recognizing the i._b._o. In the article but i'll include the i bill until notified otherwise we'll be having the i b o president ed levine on the show friday at nine thirty a._m. So if you wanna ask him any questions head on over to our patriot post so we're we broke his silence about this second fight about fighting joshua wednesday via his instagram live so i remember you know months ago years ago. Even people laugh at us when we used to do shows based off instagram and social media <hes> posts and now social media has become the new media of today and how we deliver and receive leave our news that being said on his instagram live andy ruiz obviously said it's going to be on his terms and quote. He came back and said we are going to bring it back here. In the united states obviously hearn is saying that that it is not true we all know he announced this fight already for december seven fly on sky sports box office which is pay per view in the u._k. And the fight is scheduled for saudi arabia according to hearn his quo is he signed the contract with us that he was absolutely lee over the moon with that gave him the opportunity of a lifetime he will one hundred percent honor that contract mike what are your thoughts so far on what you've heard mob also pretty much. Oh my thoughts that i've been having if india does not on a a contract then they will proceed what the legal matters and make him under its contract. I don't think andy is going to be able to anybody else at this court until a ah they get this resolved so in my opinion is not as bad mu <hes> if you're going to play like this now. If you want some extra money from going to saudi. We totally understand that but to say that it's going to be back in the united states. I mean i don't i don't see how you put much weight or or that much power and the in this particular <hes> would you agree that he is showing some sort of leverage here with all the antics no because eddie hearn's came out monday. You know now a <hes> fight a now. It's a pre city press tour london new york saudi arabia got and all these things playing i don't i don't really know what kind of leverage that he has but he also said he's been in contact with his management team proportional most of the team <hes> pretty much on a daily basis and not every other day so i. I don't know like we're all come from. He's been in contact with his team so <hes> maybe any just wants more money. I mean maybe maybe that's the big issue in my mind. That's what it is i. I don't understand all these other things when you know you he signed the contract and you know that you're obligated to honor that contract or else. I think that eddie like i've been saying is a very good you know guy when it comes to like twisting words and maybe you're not reading in between the lines taking it literal but he says and i quote the contract for the rematch was signed prior to the first fight. They're both signed at the same time. There is no other other contract and i believe that is the major hiccup. If not loophole we just don't see a team as skilled and as experienced as ruiz's esteem making mistakes they have the contract and i i believe they're doing this because they have been told of some sort of loophole there you know because all you're doing shooting yourself in the foot right like if if if <hes> does like is this publicity good either by the way. Is it helping the fight grow like. I don't know you know you. You don't wanna put doubt in the event. If you're we's if you really if you really have the incentives of having this fight you want as many people to be on board and you know knowing at least one hundred percent that has taken place so that they'd be willing spend the money you want you if you can the flat fee don't matter incentivized to he's going to get the same amount of money regardless so i think it's more people to know about the fight but i think the be mad and be <hes> <hes> difficult throughout the the <hes> buildup so we'll see yemen the fact that he says the contract for the rematch assigned prior to the first fight. That's interesting to me you know because there's a lot of new elements did come into play and <hes> <hes> there's also this other quo where he says the con- they are contractually bound for the rematch there. There are no conversations between the two teams about not doing the fight. I don't perceive a problem but this makes us believe that he is in conversation with the teams and neither team has a gripe but then andy's live is the direct response to that like if there's no conversations about not having the fight and you don't perceive a problem. What do you call this instagram. I'm live stating that not only is not going to saudi arabia but he bringing their fight back to the u._s. so again i think that hearn is is doing what he has to do. I think he's calming the masses while he tries to figure out what's the next play and probably get on the phone with andy. I wonder is he not taking his call right like i said that before that he's tried to make deals or do things with certain fighters years and they wouldn't take his calls. They were instructed not to take his calls. You think that we are possibly going through any of that. I mean i don't. I don't know if since he's been talking to his team. I don't know how much he needs to talk to andy. I'm pretty sure and relate everything that he needs to team in. Any hurry could talk to them. <hes> man look. I know what ends on never say dan in doing and i just don't believe it just like any told me told us on the video the other day that he was not signing bill sunday. I knew i knew he was lying. I was lucky with line and i'm not saying that that that will any title believe in the u._s. With a no i love it. I really don't know well again. From this next quote i take it eddie is not in contact with them and this is more reaching thing in the media trying to send the message just like the hotel room just like the entire floor just like the plane just like the gymnasium. He's putting out what andy could receive if he just picks up the phone because he says and i quote he signed the contract with us. I told you that he said his choice is to have legal battle that could put him out of boxing for years or to defend his belts for a lot of money against a guy. He's already beaten. There isn't any doubt he will take the fight. He says says we expect the w._b._o. W._b._z. belts to be on the line. There are mandatory do but in our opinion indian ruis is within his rights to have voluntary defense that defense is against anthony joshua so he also says any messing around in res junior will lose the belts and he won't want to do that but again. That's my sticking talking point. That's what i fear. Eddie wouldn't want ruis. I believe is more lovable concise and fury so he'll get that moral victory like tyson got probably ten times those belts matrimony them to rebuild also go fight. Maki stood out the ring two years right and he did good. It just hasn't been like seventy sixty seventy. Which is that mike hiatus man. I don't know but you know the thing is he came back and he came back to our he got like great fights you know he picked everything he got. The role haas was as i i by five bat then i think he went straight for slack can for the w._b._z. Then i think he moved up to fight lipids for the w before came back down to defend for the unify. I'm defending unify with robert easter. They moved back up to fight was so you <hes> you know if you've got the right team. You can take the time off you know but again. His choice is to have a legal battle that could put him out of boxing for years or or to defend his belts for a lot of money against a guy. He's already beaten. There isn't any doubt he will take the fight and that's what i'm saying. He's saying you know some there might be ending but with decor from the home. Depot your dorm or apartment. Makeover is just beginning firm plush bedding to stackable storage decor to the microwave. You'll use more than you ever thought possible. The home depot has everything you need to get back to campus and style. You know so mom doesn't doesn't worry about you too much. Get great savings on back to campus essentials shop decor. Now at homedepot dot com more saving more kinds of doing u._s. Only offer offer valid online throughout its twenty-fifth limitations apply. Don't miss old babies saturday steel. It's a big one all jeans or a huge fifty percent off. That's right all all genes plus. Get graphic tees for the family for just five bucks saturday. Only at old navy and old navy dot com validates seventeen genes excludes in store clearance electees <music>. He's saying that <hes> there isn't any doubt he take the fight and he's saying that because he thinks oh he would not want to stay out of boxing for whatever amount of time but again in a._j. Have to stay out just as long because he's got gotta. Wait on the linda litigations as well. I don't know that's what i assume right because the the contract exactly but he's waiting on the rematch he needs the rematch. He needs those belts so now he's got to wait for a ruis go to court right. Let's say he's gotta now now a._j. Also got away for weeds. The being caught long enough for the sanctioning bodies the strip them they gotta strip them. He's got away for that and then again. There's no guarantee that the sanction by going to turn around and say all right edgy you fight for. They got their own runner ups. They got their number. One contenders and mandatory is in line so you know that could really affect things and that's why i'm saying i i see these people negotiating this fi. You know easily because they don't. I wanted to get to that. That's my opinion. They don't want it to get to that. Why would you no man. I i think if the become vacant than a._j. Will be fighting for one of those. They can builds. We've seen it before you fall. He unified would've they can build a guest a <hes> <hes> <hes> crisco <hes> up and you're just a bad look man. Just look. I don't understand i don't understand like what's the big big deal like why why not fight inside. I mean like like it's going to be a good. I know got the difference of of cultures and stuff like that so i can understand that point but for that paint plus you. I'm pretty sure so you get more than nine lean was up report. I'm pretty sure they sweden <hes> the <hes> the pot for you probably upwards to fifteen million or something like that but a fifty million something like a good offer you may you may contain plus. More million can can beat it to me well <hes> a._j. I don't see him getting a shot versace vacant title the way that you assume because because he's just not ranked high enough in any of the sanctioning bodies they all have number one's the best. I think that they can do is because is he's a big name. You know bend the rules and put them in a eliminator or vacant title shot versus a decent name name so again he would like pathetically have to go up against alexander who sick for vacant cobra pool f for vacant bacon deontay wilder. Will that won't be vacant w._n._b._a. Who have that's probably the route that he goes there. He's number three. They're six two trevor bryant number. One man will charge the regular and ruis the champion butts but remember w._b._a.'s really deepen business with with p._b._c. right now they might i choose not to strip and because i bef might do that but there's no. There's no guarantee that the w._p._a. In the w._b._o. Will now the w._b._o. Again they might because hey they've already heard down the grapevine. You don't mess with our sanctioning body right into tyson right tyson i believed i._b._m. On the first bill no listen they are known for that. You're gonna ain't playing they not but the beauty of this whole situation they've already came out publicly and gave their sanction so they gave an exemption saying that they can have this fight on the line so again. They're not gonna to get involved simply because they hear internet rumors but where there's smoke there's fire in contact what sanctioning bodies along with and his team so maybe maybe he's anti just <hes> just trolling. Maybe andes children's right now. You don't think so why would he be trolling us. Trump told eighty listen man still hasn't come out and you know announced it and and you see they did immediately from the beginning once. They thought everybody was on board. They got a call from the higher ups bro like there's a whole whether you want to agree with it or not or think that it's pasta and there is absolutely a whole on this and there's gonna be a lot more to come i. I i bet you that you know. I'm waiting for that coogan interview. I can't wait for co-organised. Sit down with eddie. Because this right here needs to be discussed. You know i feel feel like the quotes. He gave scott sports the generic you know they're not saying much you know especially since we had a press conference when no fighters now now i feel like when when do we like which announcement is gonna make it official right like for me. I think at this this point it's gonna take for that september press conference to roll around with both fighters and the promoters for me to believe now that this is really happening inning in saudi arabia or wherever it's happening. I need an actual not just were eddie and a guy that i don't know who he is. I think that you you know we need the bow. The fighters there the way we had the big baby press conference and even the rushed ruiz conference that gave us one so i think we need that man <hes> especially ruis being there like we know a._j. Wanted the one in question is right so we meet at least ruis in one of these press conferences but <hes> let's say why won't take that september to make everything like crystal clear that is going to happen. I totally agree with you on the mandatory the i._b._m. Given the their blessing that was the best estimate can happen they that bought them some time right there so it's a matter hammering out those details but i'm gonna go out to these callers and of course in what way if if you do see you. Can you see andy and his team pulling his fight right back to america. What loophole is it. Is it the the the pay per view and not having the design right rights announced officially yet and let the big thing. I mean it could always be a package could always be andy saying i'm bringing it back to the u._s. Because he he got a better offer he got a better offer like contract or no contract the same way that eddie entertain saudi arabia. Maybe you gotta entertain. A better offer got in better off but i don't. I don't know that anybody's bought the you know back up. The dump truck full the money for this to put it on american soil in american pay per view. I don't i don't know like i know you like to sing around here how a._j. Raised his profile. I don't think he raises profile to the level of a million pay. Per view buys let alone five hundred <hes> y ruiz call. I have people saying that despite its comes on u._s. Pay-per-view does seven one hundred thousand on the low e well and that's what i'm saying. I was gonna say when you heard me. You say bubba then you jumped in so i'll let you flow the thing is my was to piggyback with the earl and mikey right look at what that did that was a a welterweight. You know we're talking about in the mexican a mexican american heavyweight bringing them titles bat doing it somewhere wearing dallas or some crazy shit but it sounds like it's going to be vegas l._a. That's what he wants to like. It ain't gonna be crazy dallas like we want but i don't know palma you know look contracts right contracts running back in them as g. man. That's where you lost the belts like. I don't get this coming to america like eddie murphy then go home because he couldn't get the girl like what the hell bro. Let's go out to these calls men while and bees not fair man. Go get come back to america. These calls are brought to you by el camino electrical services experts in electric vehicle charging stations for consultations and turnkey key installation visit us at el camino electrical services dot com troy. How are you doing some knighted do bro. I didn't see that so they gave you they. It gave you there bouma ram the wrote me a message and said yo. I want troy to have my boomer man so they call in which a bad connection like right now on speakerphone landis background noise twice not just once. It's a bad connection. Can you hear me. Actually you know what man i dropped the phone so many times you cut me off or any now. He's starting to bow floyd. Okay okay well. Okay well. Let me jump to my point. I keep keep hearing that. He doesn't wanna fight in saudi but i don't hear why he doesn't wanna fight there. No one's ever said why. He said that he said on his stryene gene palm because he's not protected. We don't know what that means. We need to interview this. Hey yeah he's not protected. Okay well. That's it's really okay and then then you were talking about. If he sits out you know if he has to sit out for two years like mike he did if he sits out. He's gonna lose everything everything that he's gained. He's gonna lose everything that he's a by beating joshua right. Now you know he has a lot of people behind behind me as i was saying my argument that with mike is tyson fury didn't lose. He beat vlad. He went on a coke binge he got he decided he wasn't gonna do the rematch he actually scheduled the rematch came in overweight then pull dow you know right then went on a tour threes definitely off and still came back to glory as a different hyphen fury had shit prices fury has <music> sick homebase already andy does not and who did you angry superstar okay andy. Andy was just a boxer when he was before he beat joshua. Once he beat joshua then all of a sudden he's a superstar mexican boxer and the oh country loves him well prior to that where was all mexican support whereas all the push for this guy who was doing nothing but winning any only lost a proctor but was that book thinking matters because the the point is he's there now now the mexican support him. Now they know which was which was trying to say is if he just comes back. What was life like a flash in the pan can leave and go away a two years in the defense to still support you in a rally behind you when you come back. I hear both of you guys clearly. The only issue issue is we have history ride. They're showing us. The tyson. Fury did it and he did it. He did shamelessly like andy's not on coke. He's is not gonna get overweight. Like is none of that you know and we still pardoned theory. We still forgave him. He still came back took glory. So i think the end even better team than frank warren. I think he has a better platform with fox. So when he goes away comes back he has the fighters deal with with heyman and television dislike mikey to bring bright back to this level but andy's not from the u._k. And he's never had a home base until he beat joshua. Then then everybody came out and then they said okay we love you but those are mexican but he has one now four but now whoa now now now now but if you sit down if he sits down for two years they all that's going to be gone. Be gone because you know but you're about about making love so much. No no what's the things that they always say about mexico's the fighting spirit fighting spirit if you can't you can't have a fighting spirit whitestone take care all right all right. We're going to get to some of the girls but i mean i hear you. I hear you but the issue is. You're assuming right and i'm going based off history. I'm going based off a very similar scenario. Another guy that unified or rather didn't have any titles and was able to beat the unified chan and then not get an opportunity to defend it and you know get get out of boxing because of litigations and drug testing so very similar scenario never are we going to find an identical one but shit it. If if ever there was one similar tyson fury and andy ruis at this moment especially of andy pulls all the way out men they are crazy roese close in similar in the situation. We got some masterminds online. Let me go out to texas axis. We got joseph big talk to me a real quick to that point <hes> that's not necessarily certainly true but the fighting some there might be ending but with decor from the home depot your dorm or apartment makeover is just beginning from plush bedding into stackable storage and decor to the microwave. You'll use more than you ever thought possible. The home depot has everything. You need to get back to campus in style. You know so mom doesn't worry about you too much. Get great savings on back to campus essentials shop decor. Now at homedepot dot com more saving more kinds of doing u._s. Only offer valid online throughout his twenty fifth limitations apply say metro by t mobile at the best deal in wireless and it's all for you offer me just which quickly because metro has to lance but eighty and to samsung galaxy j seven stop phones for free plus amazon prime included. That's the way wireless should be only at metro. The sales tax inactivation fee fifty dollars plan required not valid for numbers currently on t. mobile network on metro in past ninety days offer subject to change offer valid for amazon prime members amazon prime has a twelve ninety nine per month valley the restrictions apply see store for details and terms and conditions junior thought like five times a seven years and they always come out that chavez. Have you talked with them. They always come up now with that. Being said that point <hes> andy randy doesn't quite have that makes you love your because and and i've interacted with a lot of people especially around my area but they're waiting to see if he can be joshua again yeah. They want to support him. They want them too low but he's gotta show. That wasn't a fluke so <hes> ryan showy wasn't a flash -taying exactly so he doesn't quite he's got people that wanna support of that are rooting for him but he doesn't have that full-fledged support so he he you realistically if that's what you're gonna use it off he would need just a._j. Pie but also i feel like if he does litigation they can get out of there quicker look if he never loses those tunnels he could come back and make big money fights with pasok theory with wilder so there's there's different ways to go about this message. That's right and his and his staff on it but how long you willing to wait and are you really willing to risk popular the same <hes> but i kind of kind of leaned more towards dance. I feel like he will be able to come back and get the big fights having never lost the belt but <hes> that's walk-off walk-up agree agree man. We got looks like we got ringer in a building. Don't forget you can address to gibbs all skied to be part of the conversation mr t. c. Maybe bastow komo weather. I'm getting tired of this. <hes> all this back and forth stepping back stepping four friends who use type shit man like you're just represent then you already gave eddie hearn ideas and what to do how understanding like hey give me some money. I'll go to saudi arabia. Egging me some money. I'll go to u._k. Okay bro just giving money post be white and he posted a slave dad who got all the money or the bag. You had boy with the bag bro. Come on you. You have the bag bring the bag. Give any of the bag last time i checked <hes> motherfucking talking <hes> anthony just say he'll go to mexico and then out of nowhere he stopped new interviews yellow this this end like eddie her always does this would be fights. It's just he just wants a little bit more money. He beat up duty never supposed to be that he wasn't supposed to do to get it through the the money and everybody else is on the foreign stopped doing all this funny shit like this is boxing. They do want us money. You beat up a do. He never post the beat. I come on you sound stupid stupid. Fuck stop being sentimental this. This is a real motherfucker want some real money. They don't wanna chump. Change the legal who's six six come on those giant. That's my phone calls. Stop redirecting. The narrative. Shit sound like bitches going out to technique box and talk to me really clear clear day. Okay yes okay cool. Hey i keep telling you listen. This is misdirecting notice the timing he had a finalist presser. Why because all the take the heat off the dylan white situation okay. I mentioned listen to you guys. At the moment he says activate the rematch cross they will not a rematch in two thousand nineteen one hundred percent guarantee also said did that under the unconscionable contract because it is so one sided he will not have to sit out this was the judge would talk right away. The guaranteed is remastered happened the only but they gotta come to terms so it's not about the question whether andy was remastered by dick around treat me like i'm a deep list fighter misleading world thing i find when something when i did this is all about any visit ventures in him misdirected because now you're going to hear something about a match rooms does own <hes> saudi arabia coming soon notice her a._j. Say anything about this. This is the scam does not wanna be rematch. Hey a._j. Posted on social media. He has what what did he didn't billy reid <hes> he he posted the poster with the saudi arabia and the video poster yeah but it says saudi arabia you i heard a j speak a._j. Running his mouth for the look a._j. Is not he knows. This is not gonna happen. Listen he. He's bidding on what he was doing time. We're gonna get a new trainer. You cannot train or style that the defeated two and three months remember never needed deliver. I must say don't cut me up. Let's say listen <hes> wilder when while the finally agreed to fifteen million when he do move the vote always always gotta go with a mandatory always do this. This is what they're doing. Okay i'm telling you this is not meant to be a rematch this because a._j. Still doesn't have the the tools. They're bringing in trainer that you always pay. It's no wait a while other. I love conspiracy theories a._j. Talk to me for all right now. I'll it'd be real. I'm not i ain't happy about it but i mean it what it is you from us business that non personal <hes> when i when i've seen the <hes> when i seen the in the quote were were her and was trying to say oh well we gotta we gotta get him playing for jewelry and his house and say why. Are you trying to compromise money. I'd like them <hes>. I i like that. That's a bitch essay on nude it saying if you wanna fuck and go at all well he want. He wants a money. Money should but wingo again. Let before outta motherfucker winners first of this year. I bet you should have changed roof with <hes> but like i said it's it's to me. It's more more of as as more of the shit that i feel hurt the little size of the her saying that kinda got any sense at all right all right mobile. You wanna you wanna try to pull me out like that cool juryman. I'll see you put that right a._j. Thanks for calling in and we got <music> stone box and talk to me on the comeback when when it went up at a slide through this <hes> mounted mound again hey new stain alert man chance elope man. That's a chat you think you need some type of fruit about but let's hear they you gotta pay him. I don't know like any he do. He wanted dollars a like. We caught a split on snakes. I mean she talking talking like oh. We want to up the pot in in the same in in one sentence. He'll say oh we know you got to pay more but he signed the contract so he has no toy which one it is and everybody no contract is just abusive paper that is reading on it just like a wet. If i married a woman and i got one hundred thousand dollars. We're not trying to divorce her and i'm a multimillionaire. You'd think they're going to say hey well. I got married seattle hundred thousand but you know you got to renegotiate in good faith and that's why i say if you try to give him nine burn fire years. Oh no no. I'm not even talking about it. You can be bad for one day and losing your work. Most is it out evening alone marriage just because the guys just pay because they're smart. They paid a woman. Stop being idiots. Why would you trick golf the opportunity of a hundred dollars sightsee or whatever eighty billion. Why would you trade that off. You said a card and say hey they talking about saudi arabia. You say non h._a. We'll get it how he went on sat on a stage with this guy with no fighters no major announcement announcement and then immediately sat there look stupid and anyone that talked to nothing you can do you have different people there and he they were mad because he ignored him because he wouldn't and ask questions about coverage on his new boomerang joy joy tomorrow with tonight shoot man all listed. Keep coming back around about money contract accident just a piece of paper. He signed that piece of paper and all you have to do an honor. Because at the moment all the champion he beats joshua again and now he's establishing no-one he has the leverage he has the power you can do as he sees fit right now. There's a question as to whether there he can do it again. So why not just do it again. Get it over with and now you are in charge. You have the power and you know talk celebrate fine. That's yeah i mean it's not i mean there's not you know. Chinese mathematics is not rocket science beat him again and and then you have the power you could. Do you want upstate when people saying you'd be low ball never made your a._j. Ads stanzas retarded you got to i do twice just to be in control only yeah you're right so it so i i did hear you okay got some serious gave my point is quite the first fight people are still questioning whether it was a full rounded rounded. Could it won't cut you only get a minute thirty champion fix your feedback break either the you got the radio too loud in the background or you're you're. You're on speakerphone but won't be tolerated <hes> on that no so i gotta get this straight. We've gotta beat you twice now. Did you try bradesco. Everybody had a problem with twice to be in control. I bet you you try so all at keys to the king beat a._j. And you got the keys to the kingdom that was alive the lot of the prove that was a lie ah me i mean i mean you. You got the keys but you like the janitor without a key. You real disrespectful ending. I'll see you ah jo jo too. I'm gonna make sightings dodge any treat them shit and i keys make sure you hear around his time. I will need you to this time. No i mean i'll give you his direct quote direct. Call then you you can go to talk. Get outta powell now. You ain't even gotta paraphrase like his direct. Quote was <hes> the contract for the rematch was signed prior to the first fight. They are both sign at the same time. There is no other contract. We just have to let ruiz's he's junior. Not tom day in venue. Which we have done that's it. They're contract duly bow for the rematch. There are no conversations between the teams about not doing if i don't perceive any problems so you know for him is is overlay yo you signed. I already did what i had to do. I didn't even need to bring you to the press. Conference avas 'cause all my duty was is to let you know where it's happening according to him but that's why he's gonna be in court now. I mean we're going out to tim. Talk to me to me would man. I'm so glad you'll be these u._k. Cat over blast. All i'm saying is this <hes> came. You correct bed yeah. Just do it beca madison square. My problem is not the remeasured just ways happening that me personally. I have a conspiracy theory. I think a._j. Look like i right because wasn't juicing and i could be wrong. Yeah still no be dillion white. I could be wrong. What do it back at madison square garden. Do what can the u._s. proved that it was the flu candy ass kicked back. You know what i'm saying. Fuck saudi arabia me in the fight to ain't gonna no goddamn saudi arabia but you know this call i just wanted to say in the stress back in america man top suspicious with education especially with that cover up oscar reviews and building and white yeah man you heard you heard. Andy said he ain't going to the u._k. Hashtag it's the setup man. Thanks for calling him going out to ruin a five. Oh four talk to me was going on roy good afternoon that afternoon. That was happening. <hes> i think first off i think it's completely really out of line to even insinuate. That fight was flu considering how readings you'll be a._j. And even up to this point the only person that has hasn't offering excuse to the loss is a guy that loss only his fan boys coming up with excuses a._j. Own loss so we should leave at bat at that but as far as this current situation. I'm not surprised that we're here. 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Get out there hit that high note and take mad harmony harmony all the way to nationals this year. Sorry it was pitchy progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates pricing coverage match limited by state law. I figured there. There's just there's no way the guy that has all the belts in his camp was going to give up any control in the rematch negotiations. Even if things were allegedly assign which that seems to be the case it will fight. This thing is about to get very nasty and said that after release beat a._j. Alice's <unk> hoping i'd be wrong but it looks like i'm right. This is going to drag out for a while but that's mccall all right. We're going to mike on the u._k. Talk to me guys. It was happening longtime longtime and let let's keep it real yeah. This fight quasi ways. It's is going to happen is if this is going to happen which i believe it will all is gonna be a situation where rees is gonna lose. All is livelihood is money his credibility. He's gonna be out the ring for a number of years. Lanphier wall 'cause like fury like like <hes>. What do you mean like fury fury. I'm talking about like upset about firefighters. Mikey garcia ondre walled that when they have legal disputes the issues that leaves you out the ring for a number of years and like an an with the contractor as some fighters they came came back to glory. I mean yeah yeah yeah. If you're making my point sound even better. I thought i was going to have to trick them into this invasion asian yeah but the differences is that like with the clauses with the contractor. He's got is one of those contracts you signed. When you ain't gonna have no leverage whatsoever whatsoever you signed wherever you put on that paper and he didn't see what you sign. I just wanted that fight. Now you read the contract afterwards like shit. Odi greets the rematch on the first contract. I didn't know that i signed force of rematch first contract. My let me ask. She's a what was the rumor purse for andy's first fight because i don't know i'm not being facetious said casting. I was lose the rumors. I mean look the the from what you're supposed to get six million the first five or six seconds by the second fight why is supposed to get nine cool kuku so you'd think that he got six million and he didn't have a lawyer almost yet lawyer up hold on so you agree that he had a lawyer and you do know he's with our right. Yes okay so you still wanna stand on a statement that he signed the contract without knowing what he signed. Yeah okay i can. I can say i can i can i can say that because of the times cool at all times the boxes will sign a contract or signed an agreement freeman and they're saying okay. I trust my lawyer. I trust our heyman or hayman do well by me. I trust him and wherever genomic ally saying i put i personally think that he probably signed on the contract linking all copy after joshua and then i'll and then now he's thinking okay the way the way he's talking. He's naive very very naive pau aw he's playing a game and mugging everybody off because as far as i'm concerned is he's he's saying that eddie heard his them and uncut it cut my you'd think that they don't know what they signed. I'm pretty sure they do know what they are. Yeah me too so. I'm pretty sure does too. That's why he's prospering like years. I accept that ason home when you can threaten to pulau allow that's a very big bargaining chip very big bargaining chip and remember. The last thing you want to do is have a disgruntled employee right at this point. He's contracting services of andy ruis you. You don't want november. I don't know twenty fourth to come along. He's watching while the versus luis ortiz and sprang zanko. He ain't breach-of-contract ladies and gentlemen. You gotta how to renegotiate or excuse me reschedule the fight and who's to say doesn't suffer another injury jury google it. It's happened before so believe me. You want to satisfy him. You don't own want to be thinking in the back of your head that after you so fifteen thousand tickets or excuse me twelve thousand alleged seated arena that they're building into hoes host despite <hes> you don't want to be thinking damn israel is going to pull a fast one on us on the last minute is out capable of that. Are they playing chessel. Checkers just saying replacement yeah you can find a way minute replacement absolutely louis wait. Wait wait. Let them get a if because 'cause you say he's gonna pull out with injury a. if you could we'll just wait longer. He's out of the ring may be worse right. Listen noah don't because now the sanctioning body step in that's. That's what you're not getting any. No it ain't cool if you're eddie. You can't afford that but the rematch me. Mike stop santa's coup. Remez doesn't mean anything to a._j. Without the bills you need the belts is always been about the belts hashtag road to undisputed so if we get an injury and the fucking sanctioning embody stepping. We lost some lust on this fight. We lost some of the shine if the i._b._m. Take the bill now. Oh man is still injured the w._b. L. took the bell now all he got his the w._n._b._a. It ain't even worth to joshua. No more just say you might not think so. Let's see what they think d._t. Kid atlanta talk to me well. I mean i guess we this is what has come to can't say. I'm not surprised <hes> you know. I guess we're going to see a lawsuit over. We're going to see a fight going to be wanted to hearn's not going to back off of the contract. Take place <hes> all the original terms were in there in terms of mash room have control the venue and <hes> and the date into louise roadmender alexander on <hes> but this screams of you know there's al hayman their battery <hes> just being cancelled again now we talked about how if you wanna sport to grow and how much you know we wanted to be popular so-forth and now down the big fights you know everybody. Everybody wants to see the rematch because it was such a big upset and now instead of rematch on the contract that everyone's already agreed to months ago right <hes> now it's in jeopardy in his in jeopardy because a <hes> a p._b._c. fighter <hes> is is following whatever direction giving them <hes> and we might not see the fight and i mean just kind of sucks because <hes> you know the fight fans lose but <hes> reecey. You know if you have to take the fight. He's probably we're gonna end up broke. You definitely gonna get sued if al haynes been vitamin then <hes> he's gonna get implicated in a lawsuit. You're talking about loss revenue. You're talking about lost money from the sightsee. <hes> you know so you're talking upwards of one hundred plus million dollars <hes> probably all said and done out of and south side ducey sausa- was the was the deal me out and i. It's always a good day on t._v. You u._k. Sheba a._j. Protectors come out and finally get divorced her. I don't know where they being man but i'm gonna keep this real short. It's been sixty days. Where is the b sample. I'm glad recall sixty nine man you you get it. I'm just saying it's been sixty days where the b sample apple. I'm glad a couple of college ago wanted to call and talk losing his respect and prestige and auto funny because last time i checked any hers arza damn near one manager lawsuit away from losing his dissolve checking and see sinking neil right away he getting sued by by by <hes> boo to do he just sir. I can't think of his fucking oscar rivas <hes> he he got to be in court. Were andrew. Y'all talking about andrew. We set this year's off. May i better check and see what's going on in that room. He broke his shooting back over to the u._k. With his pants so that's my comment man t._v. L._d._c. new media hashtag that shot out we got a super chat from confused fused cockney. <hes> boxing fans want to see the best fights p._b._c. consistently preventing that from happening therefore if you support what p._b._c. you waiting a real fan. I wouldn't go there for yeah man. We got one from <hes> one. White boy does his name. I didn't make making up. I got five people people really hate al because he makes sure that his fighters get paid and that's what's happening. You not going to whore mafia out. That's not the ways happening. We going to do. What we gotta do see you too. Many times. Are the calls taxes. Do all of this is an andy said i mean i guess we gotta go with any says. Okay there my emma ma carlos of the world right who stay quiet and you think you know we do show after show and it's like wow look attack him. He's back man. I love eddie and he's a great promoter motor. Look i bring these fighters back all of a sudden tackles i oh i'm pulling out this fight. I don't want that fight. Let me sign. Let me get somebody driving his car helping me out less than my see my quote unquote full potential you so you know say which i want man but <hes> in this sport you need someone looking out for your best interest. Definitely your best interest is not receive in less than ten percent of the part. We're going to break. Oh sorry allegedly. We're going out to brandon in north carolina. The greatest the greatest <hes> <hes> conspiracy theorists there is not bad. That's not bad spirits maple. They're bad fierce man but hey. I'm gonna go along with you on this they're going to i even caught on not. That type of water was it's not gonna happen. I called him like a week or two but <hes> i'm gonna tell you what's going to happen. Roy is already got got offer a medical provider mexico upwards of a couple of million dollars so he can get he can go ahead and say you know them belt. You're probably keep the w._b._a. You'll go fight somebody in mexico about five million and then the off everywhere already season stuff happening and he's already position then losing the fight joshua in saudi arabia and whoever keeps saying that <hes> you know that is not not getting the right type of money think about it look roy is network seven hundred thousand in his career hundred thousand so making five million nine million not a bad amount of money for somebody who network with seven hundred dollars but this year on something five million. You ain't never had no money meaning. It sounds better just good nine million so this might not happen. You might be on riding a seven oh. Hey i got two things here. I mike man you way off base with this shit. I've never seen you so a lot of vase. Since i know you you keep talking like andy. Just as you take the money come on man. How many damn football players you see out. There were three years on a deal in their value has changed and they're going to break the contract to get more money. You think andy reid is stupid enough the fuck it was the dollar might let me realize realize man. You got a hundred million dollars on the line. Do you really think our hey i will fucking fire how heyman if he allowed me to take their fight for fucking nine on dollars when they signed when they signed their first contract. You know damn well eddie hearn's they're thinking in the in the fucking hair that ruis is is gonna win their fight so they just put their fucking contract together i if he go to court what do i was gonna. Tell him hey man. You have fifty thousand followers now. You've got one point five million. Your profile has dumped everybody know you are. We going to let you take the same amount of money. He's gonna easily get more money in their fight so a smarter for him to hold out and then are you guys talking about. He needs to prove itself. What the fuck he needs to prove. He beat the shit out a._j. From ground to around <hes> seven whenever they find out he gordon coverage okay kind of you know you can okay first of all. We know you know rod as well live i do n._f._l. Teams till it gets to play out a contract out of time happened with earl thomas in seattle as a matter of fact it might be ending but with decor from the home depot your dorm or apartment makeover is just beginning from plush bedding to stackable storage into court to the microwave. You'll use more than you ever thought possible. The home depot has everything. You need to get back to campus in style. You know some doesn't worry about you too much. Get great savings on back to campus essentials shop decor. Now at homedepot dot com more saving more kinds of doing u._s. Only offer valid online throughout his twenty fifth limitations apply some might be ending but with decor from the home depot your dorm or apartment. Makeover is just beginning from plush bedding to stackable storage into court to the microwave. You'll use more than you ever thought possible. The home depot has everything. You need to get back to campus in style so mom doesn't worry about you too much. Get great savings on back to campus essentials shop decor now at homedepot dot com more saving more kinds of doing u._s. Only offer valid online throughout the twenty-fifth limitations apply. Uh earl thomas got injured would've fucking broke his leg or some shit an he had to play off the contract was under that's why he was so mad at the organization organization because they didn't respond if deal that's why he spoke to peek in almost a year so for you to come on the player in the n._f._l. Always we'd get their way. You're fucking live because we see it over and over and over again n._f._l. Teams in the n._f._l. Is probably the worst sports sports league when it comes to the players in their contracts second ball. I'm not off base anderson the fucking contract. You should read what he was fucking signed. He should've been new thoroughly or or just believing that he was going to win. Because if you believe that you were going you wouldn't take the fucking deal in the first place. Why didn't take wight didn't take it because they felt they was gonna win and they needed more liberty in the fuck rematch. I don't know what you feel. Maybe you feel it was a guy that came named paul. You and you knew he was going to win. But you sign the damn contract that wilder and white turned down sorry anti go fight them might think he hurt and sign with that little fake speech. You're going to have chris song. Joe's we need a boomerang up. Sorry chris. We'll be right back after these messages. Where is joseph dum dum. Where's joseph joseph life. Let me go slow. I don't i don't you show he's on he's not on. He is definitely not on the line so in that case going back to chris while joseph calls balls in chris n._a._t._o. What was good. I think that last caller made to good points but i would have used the the n._b._a. Is an example rather than the n._f._l. We saw that with leonard and <hes> anthony davis. You can't force somebody to fight or to perform. You know somebody's not happy with a contract. You got to renegotiate it and that's actually one of the key terms <hes> that's used in court changed circumstances like the last caller said ahead you know andy reid if he had five thousand instagram followers and now he's got one point five million the whole country in mexico knows him you know he's popularly united states now. There's just and if you really sit back and think about it. Would you really accept terms from somebody who you beat knocked out it. It's just it's you know and i see this as a guy i with with a._j. Like agent but you know. I think i think get knocked out and then trying to to take somebody. We're gonna be how much they're gonna take. It's just not realistic so they're gonna have to come back together and both sides are gonna be have to be happy with with the fight contract in order for this fight to move forward all dictate and shit beat. Those days are gone and in this new era sports <hes>. That's my call guys chris. Thanks for calling in. You know it's funny chris mike. The rest of the callers won't recall you. I know him. He is anti wilder. He begged while take all those fucking deals chris. Come back here. Come back. Chris chris was good. It was good. Do you feel like damn. Maybe be wilder had a point now hearing everything that poor hindi's going through when he took the deals the you yo- you use the talk so much shit about wild. Oh my god nah come on and tell me to at least tell me your opinion has changed regarding the anti wilder regarding the situation obviously fighting being a._j. Isn't as simple as what everyone thinks. If it's a you know on the surface it's like wow take the money but it's just so much that goes into it. You know what i mean while this connected to so many people <hes> and you know age as being used by eddie hearn to try to knock these guys you know out the box so it's a very complicated situation so i don't know i that's that's a very tricky <music> <hes> situation but i do want to give an example you know maybe some of these people get help them understand you know if you start a job and you sign a contract and then six months into the job you find out you the top salesperson that this company can't survive without you go into work every day and making the sales. Are you going to sit there and and and just accept the same pay for the next four five five years or you're gonna ask for a raise. You're gonna ask bonus is the same thing here with joshua situation. I think this is somebody i like. Joshua arrived joshua but he lost the fight and what it is real quick. I totally agree with that totally agree. If you're the top sales person that you are gonna go to the boss like andy has done an eddie has allergen give more money but what the fuck you're not going to do a d'amato contract. If you're my top salesperson is is quit. Yes you know that's the biggest thing he could do as quit and then guess what that top salesman eight on your fucking sort of ask for breach of contract my headquarters and that's cool but think about this al did i'm assuming not top salesman. I'm the drain yo ass drought. Listen to me. I'm assuming right. Al did everything that he went to court for right. Oscar and bob filed lawsuits and even <hes> kathy duva. I think she didn't want to start at it. Everyone filed lawsuits. He settled battled. He saddled so somewhere he thought it was better just to do what you doing and pay for that in court right because of the long term plan what was the long term plan. That's premier boxing boxing champions. What is premier boxing champions now pretty much boxing they. They got an ninth between match room and remember as a champion for the best. I think for me about this. Japanese still has the best able to argue because atop rang fan will say they got top rank has more no well. They'll say top rank has more pound for pound fighters on on their stable on the list right pound. The pound thing yeah pound a bank matchroom. N._b._c. has the most deputy i think he may edged out metro real quick but i got a couple of which is that i want to get to. We want from a crystal box and mr mr zone. H money did mr b._b._c. By the way we got one from ohio runs run boxing in my voice. If you don't want motorist signing you to slave contracts all in the youtube videos line two people one attention come to al hayman ohio death row boxing one more ohio run boxing ohio runs boxing fist emojis so i'm pretty sure he's going for sean porter. This is yes he is. He's got hella funny emojis oldies on his instagram he like when i say i'm picking shawn porter. He bullet he. People phases shit. Let me go out to a mastermind boomerang ango. Actually the boomerang got away because mastermind first time. Gotta get in and talk to me. I was at home he was had you know yea yea. What's happening is than i was han here. Check this out. This year reminded miami out of facebook moving dog. I haven't been to people so they feel good movie. That came out. That shift started up i didn't they got appeal assigned. Some bullshit add kind checked and when you went to cool stood all the money they were walking me. How does she was started on. Do guy pay eight nine different and that's my call yup yup. It's that simple men when you present it to the judge and you show that the fight is value more than it was in the past the just no way you know and again eddie doesn't want won't that you need joshua focused training knowing that is a fight mike. Let's be honest like outside of list why he's he's doing. He's trying to keep that that by everything's pogo. He has no liquor standing on. He has a fide joshua all that all that i hope he's a he's a he's a man with principal or something like that. It was going up hole in the bargain heath something i'm for like he's basically wishing on a star but what i see if you go to a._j.'s youtube channel you see. They don't matter if he's doing an interview is getting a massage. He's at his therapist. He's on his phone. He's on his phone. He's on his apps so you ain't telling me he ain't see and all this. This is fucking wooded psyche and you don't want that. This is your franchise fight. I'm not gonna waste more time. We'll go to my boomerang. Joseph big supermax talk to me. What does my bab- edberg now. You gotta have a jump off. Had a black white back. White stopped me real quick <unk> real quick inspection <hes> well people people keep calling. You can't come back. You can't come back and try to dictate and negotiate. L. shaded control which i got. The terms were already negotiated and dictated. Andy reid agreed to it like i i can see see i can see both arguments. You know what i mean. It's a you know there are no. There's no contractual obligation to give any more you yeah you know and it's business you gotta. Take your moral out of it. The right thing to do isn't what's always right for business so i can see any hundred on their side of you side of it but i can also i i mean i do any release should get paid more with the that can be the case but this this situation to get long drawn <music> out in real tricky real fast so <hes> it just it all depends on ana. Honestly i think if they can come back this offer and eli fifteen male. I think this while go away but you know who we gotta. We gotta just see where plays outlined. That's mccaw. Go all right all right. Let me go out to do. We got here sony p talk. Talk to me your guys. You are real quick. I'm not gonna waste my time on is but i want you to talk about fight about contracts now the rematch clause but a belt contract ness. I know what you i know. You know what i'm talking about so i'll let you handle that now real quick. I want to get on my conspiracy shirt real quick. What if would it hard. Don't want this fight. What if he wants to drag it out because he went andy give a._j. A second can loss and he could use that excuse to say the bells got away and then he can rematch you sick for the w._b._o. I'm just saying do you think a._j. Beats sick any easier. It's not a given that he'll be use it right so that would be very dangerous plan. You're you're right but if he loses. It's still on matt from terms not on p._b._c. Terms conspiracy easy shit just awesome conspiracy home is we'll take some more time and tell us what you mean by out contract. I don't know you tell me okay. Okay so listen for all these people talking shit about for weeks on rematch clause yes he did but guess what you can't know what it takes to get back in iran he. He has to sign a contract with the fight to commence until he signs the contract. There is no fight okay. I know what what you mean and that's what. I kept arguing that there's like yo. He eddie's trying to be slick with the words he's talking about the first contract now scott sports act them mm directly and that's why in this latest watson if he says yeah he signed this prior to the fight and that's exactly what i'm saying you still gotta get a new contract on-track like you still got to get all the new terms the plane that he's saying he's given you the fucking hotel room. How many all that's in the contract track but he told me you signed it. Already competed eddie beat it andy a dumb. That's all we know. He ain't dumb. He proven that real the easy going out to tennessee tennessee roughhouse. Would it do do mike what to do next which talks a real quick. May hey the last fighter he kind of took my <hes> one of the things i was gonna talk about me and people are not understand the difference between the <hes> the contract and the rematch clause big difference makes you study and do your do your due diligence on finding out the two yes. He signed for a rematch clause saying that he would give andy. I'm you know a._j. An immediate rematch but it. I and i haven't seen the contract. I've seen the contract so i can't just sit up here and say that i know what it says bbut. If it did say that <hes> in rematch batch it will be you will fight you give a._j. A rematch in a location in a venue of archers and then we would be having this discussion it would just be wherever wherever they decided to have came out and said that what you say what that that was in the country that the venue in the date will be of our choosen- and you will be in for <hes> okay okay all right well. We'll say metro by t mobile at the best deal in wireless and it's all for you all for me. Just switch quickly 'cause metro has to lance but eighty and to samsung galaxy j seven stop bones for free plus amazon prime included. That's the way wireless should be only at metro. Pro plus sales tax evasion fifty dollars plus rate plan acquired not valid for numbers currently on t. mobile network on metro and past ninety days offer subject to change offer valid for new amazon prime members amazon prime has a twelve the per month restrictions apply see store for details and terms and conditions. Seven eleven has more drinks than times. You've been caught singing your car. A hand random lyrics stored in your brain rain combined choose from flavour-filled slurpy and big gulp drinks chris coconut water energizing cold brew and hot coffee fresh organic cold press juices. It is invigorating energy drinks cooling purely ice teeth refreshing deer park one hundred percent natural still in sparkling spring water plus many more only participating. Thank seven eleven stores. Do he's doing a press conference with the saudi arabia. Do that's why he's telling all these youtubers immediately they did that. The fight is going to happen. Okay agassi that went dan but what other point real quick that i was going to make is i think the biggest reason that people have so much trouble <hes> trying to negotiate and make fights with eddie hearn is that he wants everybody to be a mega eisai. <hes> all of his fighters beat a mega aside man. Y'all tell me seventy thirty in terms of joshua he's still eisai right and we'll talk in in in regards to a possible a million dollar fight so twenty it was. We never know the total man so. It's hard to say that he's getting less than ten percent. We don't know the total man but <hes> thirty three that should be the normal right like i think joseph parker set the precedent. You know what i mean. Joseph park received thirty three percent and he got that for having one bell nine between nine and twelve dollars was andy now has four built belt and he holds a win over you. That's always saying like and that's it man. I think that other call that's why i love that. This is a call in show because it's like obviously other people have their own opinion in and some of them just end up being better and that caller the set when you go to is just different. I'm valued more now. I'm a chair now like you can't. I can't give me a b rate salary man like that work anymore but we gotta ring on sorry as i like the the the music industry like the same way you can have another one. I'm gonna country. Should you still getting paid what they pay. In art is get the contracts man komo man they get out of them. They win. We see we see it all to you. Give me an artist right now that guy out of his contract america art is not one that i know shit man cameron number cameron in they set the precedent man they got out they it was the first ones to kind of go independent by the believable cash records brother they win on on you want me to let you don't want to give you the example. I'm just saying you either water or you. Don't you either one or you don't because they was with roc nation right cameroon's. Come home with me. Cameron's come home with me was rock nation def jam right rockefeller yeah but his biggest album and their best work was diplomatic immunity and camera damron the purple tape and then everything jim jones drop which was all koch records. Go do the math. They got numbers. That was unheard of mattis. Matt authors jumping came we into he'd get out of the contract or did they let him out now. Fucking no i think he was released. Remember i think it was released because that's when <hes> rockefeller broke up and nothing dame might have stood do with him or let him out and then <hes> you know <hes> candiate with jay and they laugh you know they started jay became. There's some sort of c._e._o. A bunch of shit like that man whatever man lids low talk to me. Mike obey poor andy man you call. You said he was going on with him. I land contract. He'll wanna meet harriet sermon. He will not stay gonna give it to you. Real quick lie did <hes>. I shot out of the body for making me a ring a one hundred i i might say well. The fucking fox sports picky our right. They got this ten million dollar nest. I say to you i for what you might you my nigga but say you know we had did contract earlier right. You hourly told you i'm going to give you a thousand a month so the whole team me and he owed her eating got them and you know what the fuck you know. You waigel again this a little funny. We ain't got no contract. Okay hypothetically. We got a verbal contract uh-huh verbal contracts they could but i want to thank this year my butt on unreal. No y'all know down and i may i want a little bit more money shot at a hunter you kind of get a mad fifteen not trip about it. See that's how you know. They got adil eddie. He all about money he'll to folks about anybody not even anthony joshua the understand so stop out belushi getting manta money if he don't wanna fight fight saudi arabia. Is that an issue now. Do not wanna fight now. He came out on his live today or yesterday. Wanna wanna like now man despite coming back i'm bringing it back to the united states okay and fought with the man on the share. You know we don't wanna fight across the and if you don't wanna the fight of saudi arabia fuck fuck saudi arabia. Let's branch. He'll bring your somewhere where we might make the fight habit. I'll if they if they don't want to do you say fuck you and i will take me to court and not lose our bills but guess what they'll joshua can't get all along. We awry like that. Then you understand life do the math fell charlene. Ask you from man might go with salomao for views your own along the main bra. I'm just going by the he signed. Somebody gotta live up to we got a supercharged from a crystal box. Once ness and mike are way you better than us come on man. I can barack p._b._c. scientific. We put them on his show. Mr zone duck smoke with me like a free trail on zone like trial though i mean they they doing other thing we from a. Rod no russell wilson michael. Thomas de la all new contracts early who the fuck is michael thomas with up for a free agent next year so he had leveraged and is not up to be a free agent in a russell wilson and he's assigned threatening to pull out ain't leverage man scott's a liberties but it's like he's still got a fight i if he lives in court by these players still have to play that the country out mike again. If you go to court you lose the belts. The rematch not as important not as important not as big so you want in court andy. Don't gotta pay nothing you just like. Let's say you got to understand unlike the air wanna pay that much money. Pay what you lost in court. The judge makes you a great you lost in court. The judge makes you fight. He is he going to impose a fine. We don't know about you're going to have to show me some. I would put up some <hes>. Some laws wages fine fine the roc mind situation. That's coast. We're going to get someone went accord in fail but <hes> you know all they can do is make you fight. That's like a divorce right. You split the the the the the debt. Does the judge appoints that debt to whoever but you can't no one can force it like you in an said nah you can't what do you do so you're going to like a hundred allah. If i go to court and i say this house remember remember. We're talking about. What your spouse. Let's say you have a situation like if i go to cornet say because of the b._b._c. label into the banner or managed company that ends under i cannot get this fight over the hill in lost wages. I need these wages back so i'm suing al hayman box. That's different forever for for for these laws wages. That's different if he puts if he if he fouls like that i'm assuming assuming i'm assuming he would be like a forty million dollars the rely bra that's money that we could have like no i it. Did you feel here but he had to produce <hes> some sort of seat absolutely grow. You can't just say you was getting some money and not get it rick rick mike. I'm disappointed me. I'm like two thousand nineteen and we betting against al haynes trip though isn't <music> hey man i love what he's doing his boxes no saying i respected but at the end the date outta hang out here anything beat you ain't you've got the fighters saudi arabia. If saudi arabia exact i think now did you now and another thing. I want to say you said that everybody. I don't know i call it. I got in the late but everybody's saying he walked away from one hundred million out of fight and nine million any afforded me you have hundley josh will get thirty million pay per view that so why not fight for you and another thing. I wanted to say a magnet while he and i did <hes> re-met clothing contract is we we cooperatives to take the money out a while signing the contract like what the rematch clause. I know i'm saying world mess causing a we wouldn't have told while the just to take no money l. another like andy no his value the first of a champion. We didn't even know that got him when he's not kicked good morning like ma you out and you say well him and say you say how high or anything else to say because i came in resume contrat recipe for it so everybody got paid as some i hear you. It has our point <music>. You're listening to eddie at the end of the day edi built. Nobody americana cowboys didn't fight billion ain't got no fight. We got the beach joshua joshua. You can't take he built docile. He it's awesome but does it really goal. We all know what for the goal he might you about the death of 'em take a job who cares. I don't care about match wrong uncut clash scratching your what i'm saying. Is i understand when you do something you you do. I totally totally get that totally down when you guys are coming from when you say that my whole thing is is the mother fucking jews worked goddamn squeezed when we go to court and there's going to be worth me paying any earn this money bed because that is what they're going to go to court with with breach-of-contract in lost revenue for this site. I don't know if out aiming is willing to pay that money and has ah pay per view yet. We don't know if he can be wowed. We don't know if it can be very wherever he goes. If i water in the first round gets. It's not flat if he's still a big time. Star is still no saying like that marco but whatever the pay per view buys don't do as good. Maybe it may be the only nine million and that fight or did they get a guarantee plus the fight like a lot of money that that's out there because if you're handy handy if i don't fight saudi arabia i won't get nine to denounce but if i go back to p._b._c. insight on showtime more fox. Am i going to get that nine million dollar payday my am. I going to get sixteen dollar. Fifteen million dollars paid that i'm gonna be bitchy for you're from from anti-gay because i do agree. He does does deserve more money. He absolutely does it deserves more money but going back to fighting. Will you get those kind kind of paydays over there. I'm not i'm not quite sure not quite the wilder. Wilder fight is going to be a big fight. It is but what if you lose on the way to the well to fight what have you faced <hes> court nike and you lose to him all kinds of things that could happen man so that big fight when a._j. Over saudi arabia arabia for nine million fifteen million much you take you you bound to abide by <hes>. I mean the i know people out here saying the contract is another contract and all that kind of shit. I'm pretty sure eddie was smarter than the smarter than to have the worded in very much in the in the <hes> contract right 'cause he was a on record. I think when the gale lost true act he was killing frank warm because he didn't believe that the gail had a rematch gov on say. I would never see my fighter of that caliber beppu d._j. In the fight what i have a a rematch call so that tells me and my opinion that he has to know what that contract says that he has to know that that that the berber is right in that contract in if he does if there is some kind of loophole. That's in there that that that that any team can expose. I think it would have came out by now that you guys thinking about alibi now posturing in lupo ears shouldn't he came out on or the lowest. They're working babe in having the contract for she says the city signed fight in may in in early april and went whenever it was he found the summer might be ending but with decor from the home depot your dorm or apartment makeover is just beginning firm plush bedding to stackable storage and decor to the microwave. You'll use more than you ever thought possible. 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They've been hattie so if they tell you then they know the burbs of the of the contracts so why are they just started to try to pull these kind of moves. If you knew you had liberty you knew there was a loophole but you could possibly use but not let the public know. This is my opinion on on on the matter. I mean at the end of the day it just seems like he's out here trolling posture in trying to get more out of eighty and i can totally understand that with all the rumors swirling around with all the rumors going around about about a man bootlicker dan. Thanks for trying to hold me down over here. There's a mosquito in this office. Destroying me skied arrived. No seriously is killing me but i'm i'm listened to you talk and and i'm like jesus i need to rush over this dude's talking nonsense amy's i- trolling and eddie and yes man listen you said if there was a loophole he would have used it but that is the loophole. You squeezed wease. The only people that can't have the the other side you know out in the media saying that he's not fighting is eddie eddie. He's the one that has a arena allegedly being built for this fight bro by. You need everyone on board so that everyone who's investing is on board. No one that's investing in this fight wants to be hearing this type of stuff. My come on what you mean. I i mean nothing. I mean i got a bunch of callers. Okay we got oliver. Bermuda cincinnati talk to me yellow was can you hear me. Can you hear me. Yes yeah yeah yeah. Yes so i'm i'm going to be real quick. Let's let's stop any actions in. Let's just look at things that we can rely on. Yes there was a contract but yes he's also working with al hayman i mean everyone has tried to take out heyman court bob arum's fucking lawyer you know before he went into the boxing scene and al behind still gets what he wants done in so when you're talking about this large sum of money like what this andy ruis really have to lose by pulling out because he's not getting eaten at full bag of one hundred million based on this contract currently so and in addition to that there are a whole bunch of other shit going on like with the dope and shit <hes> <hes> <hes> with white. There's there's a whole lot of things that really changed the landscape of it nate and the fact is you don't know if they have a case not because you're not a lawyer but the fact is whenever al hamid has gone to court whether he settled not he still gets to do whatever the fuck he wants and that's best historically fat so old if anyone can get away with getting out of the contract he's with the right team to do it and with all the money that's on the table why the fuck would need. Why wouldn't you take thanks mike. Do you think that they'd take this dance. Any would try to sue for lost revenue <hes> i don't. I don't know how how can he's all right. He will have to sit out for a couple years but if he does it because he already said that. If he fights anyone then they would be making a court so if he sits out then what the fuck would eighty have to gain in addition to that they have more to lose like like not not hold up but like just dropped the bills be who's gonna lose more eddie like they have not delivered with his own like they wanted to you and this is just another example like imagine them not doing this fight. They need this fight. Just as bad as andy and that's what you have to look at. They need this eddie murphy then exactly like they lose more if they don't get this fight they they lose a lot and then how is is anthony joshua really gonna come back with fighting any bells but he doesn't go after andy rees like seriously the only way back for the job that mike sent yo a al hayman ain't got more money than the arabs. They're going to sue the hell out of how wow yeah that's right. You can't if exactly if the arabs are gonna sue anybody who's gonna be eddie and we ain't going to say eight rows. You're gonna say <hes> arabians but yeah man <hes>. Let me see who we got. Jesus jesus y'all mosquito killed methane is still alive. They all had two years left. Stop it. You call me brother didn't out two years ago especially not the law <hes> confused cockney. You ain't finished reading his chat. That's it that was was it two years. Stop it. You call me a liar as always it again yeah. I mean if you're gonna make it sounded. Albert all had two years stopping. You call me a liar yeah. That sounded confused cockney. Kinda fucking name's deborah like some some some suspect. She's right there. If you agree to buy property for a fixed price the seller can then argue value has risen to break they deal. That's what contracts four so. He's saying if you buy a house and i say well you agree to buy a house in. Let's say two days later. More fuck is next door. They're gonna put in fucking starbucks so the property value has drastically arisen. You can't just go back to eight man. You know <hes> we own one hundred twenty four valued at fifty right now br. I already put a bid in for you with already finalized everything. That's so cute. The the problem with that whole analogy is that you could only buy the house once but since we're using house analogies when you bought that house the problem is neither one and you have one so. You don't know how it works. When you buy that house and then you resell usually you have equity why because the house goes up in value normally a person buys house fixes it and that's why it goes up in value so in this case and is the house he had to fight now he's shiny and fixed up in front of the eyes of the public so he has more value but you what he's saying is like if you already agreed on a contract and something happens draft bad analogy because again you can't buy a house twice in the you got to sell it so no no in house will go up in value. Nobody's saying buying twice but that's what i'm saying. The contract doesn't work because there's a rematch in this fight so this two fights so again if we're gonna use a house to purchases of the house and we're gonna use the house he goes in trying to literal those up in value so it's a bad example for he was talking about a contract because that's that's worse than we're saying that andy went up in value hence why that was your argument no a lot of people that are call call the in the sand and be has new valley. I think someone else used the point that either court. You said they said something about the instagram followers how he can show old. He's worth more now. Let me go out to australia. <music> cry japan is charged to win. Nicholas took yeah. Let's let's your boys are just just jumped on. Forgive me if someone else's said this but i'm pretty sure it works like this <hes> and you're always signed signed contracts that he needed to have a rate match probably for a set price but what are believed to be the cases in the contract. It didn't have a location so what railways always doing right now. He's saying yes and needs to be a rematch. <hes> bought it's not it doesn't have to be where eddie hundred seven uh hence why this problem keeps coming up and hence why <hes> eddie hearn cape saying all it's up to us contractually it's up to us but can't get the location stuck doc yet because if he wanted to if it really was contractually and eddie hearn's favor he would have just said not in england will sue if it's not in england because it's obvious that's exactly where i wanted. Let's abate so it's clear that release has some sort of power in terms of location. I still think it's gonna be in saudi arabia but released just wants to sweeten for himself and he's using the location twisting their arm with that sticking point but that's my that's my take all right alex. Thanks for calling in to agree. We're going out to the movie be without. What are you feeling good good. Hey listen man. I don't know i know there's always rematch clauses. Don't get me wrong but i think this the first time edits happened with eddie and i think this is all about the blow up in this case yeah. <hes> ruiz's did really become signed the contract contract. He did sign that re-met contract but he didn't sign anything new so he can hold out all the way until he feels good about what's going on. You know they can't make he kim sign this new contract to put the fight on yeah he could say yeah. I'll rematch re-met yeah. It's nine million this but he still has to sign it. If you don't sign an e ain't gonna get he can't get sued for not signing and that's all my call lists i. I don't think that you know and i'm just putting the thought process together yeah. He signed the rematch clause but he didn't sign no new contracts so he he has to go and go to saudi. He has to do all this stuff. That's the only if he wants to because he has to sign a new contract for the fight to go on. That's my call piece all right mookie big beat. Thanks for calling in we got we went to brandon on this show i don't. I don't think so brandon talk to me. Her goodness <hes> bike aggravate you one hundred percent <hes> i don't think people understand tracks perfect example me and might be low favorite fighters book crawford easteal praying in christmas door promotions his original promoter because he signed a contract that he can't get out of so the head guys they will get cut up his money to this day. Its popularity has risen. Doesn't he's been making more money. He sat christner door says he said eight contract with christmas door commotions. E can't get out that he's still paying that that mattress is they even though he's with top right brandon very cute but that's the difference and that's what we've always talked about it. That's why we had cameron dunkin on when you're managing. Let me finish because you come in on saying what are given all the facts. I mean you could've told me. Wait till the colleague done then then that affects out to go on everybody younger talking about l. heyman l. hamish do this what was out hanging wendy spend is supposedly contract al hinman overseas deal so it while al hinman allow hit spider is great alejandra who people look at god while he elaborates fighter standard daily thought wasn't seconds green. Hey everybody angrily stock has risen make no mistake. Saudi arabia gave them this <hes> sightsee not because andy released they wanna see them attorney. Turn it was improper. He can go out and his cut cut cut man. That's why i like. <hes> amount even know what i was going to get. 'em for staff and talk to me. Alot what up i listen i agree with among of what mike saying <hes> he ain't gonna choice. He's gone the house to do it. All this thing about the contracts and the contract chart was signed already doesn't have to sign a new contract and i i see a lot of people saying that he's the champion he won. He should get a choice. No you don't get a choice. He was was given a gift as eddie. Handset is just what it is exactly. The same thing happened to sugar ray robinson when he lost in england to the fi- ah the rematch data rematch close on the rematch was in america and he was a challenge <hes> so and that's my call cool all right so yeah his analogy brandon's about bud and his promoter it doesn't fly i because managers you can get rid of promoters. You can the verbiage contract over promotional contract and managerial contract or a fight contract completely different as we spoken on him many and many of times for promoter fighter contracts are different in the sense that if the promoter gets you a title shot hypothetically that could extend your contract. If a promoter gets you a certain pay purse base that could extend your promotional contract so in contracts. There's a whole bunch of shit that that could extend you out in force you to stick with a promoter longer than you would like. We've seen that throughout many many years hypothetically or excuse me but for instance chris algieria can't get out of the contract with jodie guardia korea summer might be ending with decor from the home depot your dorm or apartment makeover is just beginning from plush bedding to stackable storage into into court to the microwave. You'll use more than you ever thought possible. The home depot has everything you need to get back to campus and style. You know so mom doesn't worry about you too much. Get great savings on back to campus essentials shop decor. Now at home depot dot com more saving more kinds of doing u._s. Only offer valid online throughout his twenty fifth limitations supply. Seven eleven has more drinks than times. You've been caught singing in your car and random lyric stored in your brain combined choose from flavour-filled slurpy and big gulp drinks chris coconut water energizing cold brew and hot coffee fresh organic cold press juices invigorating energy drinks colling pure leaf ice teeth refreshing deer park one hundred percent natural still and sparkling spring water plus many more only participating seven eleven stores dependent on the situation. I'm assuming you can buy it out but that promote is going to have to want to sell it to so it's on on the promoter. Okay brennan never came on and said that those contracts were like or similar in anyway. What he did say is that the reason why is still down with the promoter is because he signed a contract and maybe he didn't really his very rich when he signed that contract who knows does but the reason that he brought that up because andy san a contract so therefore you got to under the contract the same thing but it's doing the same thank chris. Algeria is doing the same thing and every week is going to have to do yeah man again. You know you guys speak from not knowing. This guy brought up chris. I'll jury in that freeze when algerie tried to get out of his contract and he couldn't get out right but it's not the same thing but is doing he's. He's not honoring it. He tried to get out and he sat out for almost two years. Just like mike how some people get out. Some people don't but everybody's gonna try. That chin ward sat out mikey sat out algerie sat out people sit out again not bringing up by anybody fighting not fighting or sitting now only thing that i was bringing up what the contract park a my speech yeah. I know i'm bringing up the fact that it's a totally different contract in a promotion contractor contract right no because the promotional contract if the promoter complete certain tasks it can extend itself but i'm not con back and forth forth because whatever i say you're obviously not paying attention to it so you know we'll wait for the next time. We have a promoter and you can ask them. Those questions. Jemaine maine talk to me was a mike i got i got a couple of points. I wanna make <hes> the war lord kovalyov <hes> what do a rematch clause of fight and war ended up on getting <hes> the upper hand or his rematch when <hes> character dole would try to <hes> make award hold to his daddy warbucks threatened on retired and he's still it'll giving war what he will and exciting thing it's kind of wits dimmer when g g g and canal what do a remarriage difficult and they were throwing the ball difference french. Did you gene now. I agree with that because it was all right but another thing that but in another i think <hes> era says some particular. He said <hes> saudi arabia got the fight but it wasn't a one ahead the most money they would look on that was left to what he was saying it. They still have more money on the table but susan saudi arabia and number three years. I don't see no american judge. George sheldon <hes> annual rings that <hes> four soon fight in saudi arabia where for what a number two <hes> situation lights that's not going to happen. They're not gonna fight so he didn't stein a fighting celebrating this contract american base. It was sad in america author for a fight in america. It hard just wanted to fight him. You jay was all review and my last point call cut exc y'all so i guess andy's being interviewed by e._s._p._n. Or i don't know when this is but you know he was asked by his p._i._n. <hes> in how he expects anthony joshua to approach their rematch and i quote says i think he will want to run a little longer move but he's too big. He has too many muscles. It will be very difficult for him. I hope they ask them the right questions right. We get some good quotes for tomorrow because if they got him in studio they need about the saudi arabia thing for sure. We got cincinnati in the building <hes> five one three nine seven five. Who's this cincinnati five one three nine seven five year amy yes yes this what up man elohim genes in the bill longtime baby long time man we back the building. No hey but listen my this for you. Wrote a how you gonna say that you know just go get the bagasse insomnia arabia who cares where it's at if he don't feel safe going to saudi arabia. He ain't got to go to know saudi arabia. You know what i'm saying and you sound real thirsty just like her china. You know get as much money as you can and gets all good. I mean like bro money. Everything man and all money ain't good money. You don't know how it goes down saudi arabia. You ain't never been and other people are telling you how goes down over there and you still trying to act like it's nothing like my man should just go and do today that bra checking evolve contracts breath second of all the time you can always opt to sit out on a contract the the other party can pull out the whatever reasons they weren't on a contract and and you go to do whatever it is. You gotta do to get them back online. Maybe that's how i worked. It's all about the numbers so if somebody falling out on the contract. The first thing you do is like my mom's their earliest. Try to pay him up the rate. Let me see what i can do to keep this customer. 'cause i gotta keep you to make these profits you so me so they're not gonna wanna spend a lose money going to court when they can have so much the game so he can definitely set out like ness has been saying. You know what i mean so you gotta understand this. It's not a one way street. Hearn is a snake. I don't even even know why you you'll back dylan right so i do know why you you back her and like this. You know what i mean. This is crazy also got paid for his saudi arabia fight as conduct pavement his saudi arabia site me you heard any news on that on the negatives exactly actly america america man. I love how people would like to bring up. <hes> other countries like just talk about it like they're just so bad when we live in america where mass shootings are becoming more and more coming when you can go to walmart markdowns album by your fucking gun in the walmart so i don't i i wouldn't discount <hes> <hes> the spurs on other countries when our country is not the greatest greatest country right now. I mean a lot of turmoil a lot of things going on and the political atmosphere secondly windows money in boxing now become everything and called price. I don't wanna biggest prize so you took them on and say money isn't everything maybe not in life became the cliche yeah but kukuh but in boxing i believe it certainly is going out to mastermind boomerang. No talk to me. A lot is sitting as we all no no fucking and by get paid though megan megan coming on this hating they don't want him that bread the album twist shit round and he will get more than what he was supposed to get. We'll already know that though and another thing i won't find yeah well. I wanted to bring you joy joy d. bag with a train account though 'cause he gotta you gotta you gotta get back to your german. They you gotta remember that it didn't that'll make the fight even bigger brain joey d. bag any bagging there were andy reed's because he got knocked out twice led. You got a million through the training camp then he got into the fight. You see what i'm saying. Though he's still got joy this move you gotta take and they're and they're gonna get his breed on a bagging. That's antibodies. Do anybody get their fifteen million because they're gonna wind up in twenty million dollars. He'd get at the end of the day europe and everybody tolkien shit where any give on nut year-term earm- our new l. came mcnabb and all this shit. We've been seen as mad. Do this shit for the fire. That's my coal man all right. Let me go out to be paulie. Talk to me. Hey i got me. Oh you hear me okay my bab- alcorn in front of computer shit a mass mashed. I light. Hey look though razi. I think he just probably anybody get that brand and i think they know what they're doing that. I think even eddie higher no he doing. I don't think they just also surprised not knowing what's going on. They all know what the fuck doing a milk and a fan day writing the narrative they plan they set out. It's a it's gonna play is play but i don't know i think a lot of these. He's do write though my like. You know. You got think it's important to be able to travel the world and see exactly for yourself. We'll go because i don't think america really that bad in innocence to where you know what i mean is other places that that's more fucked up. You know what i'm saying so i think you really gotta go feel self and see to be able to determine that but uh hopefully broken in two thousand nineteen. They did a sensors on the top countries. That were the safest in the world nowadays. It doesn't mean that you don't mean nothing to me because i ain't got here so i already care about no stats on on this research. The best research the best research is a life experience and you go through life yourself but also mothership that cutoff shit bro yanni man. It's cut off king see the man mike snacks that bitch from you but bashing may keep cutting each other off. I like this. It's cut cut. It might take over like i was saying man to nineteen. They did a <hes> safest world. Oh country grand canyon. Whatever i looked up the other day we did on aaron. Ninety eight was america knowing ninety nine saudi arabia <hes> we got you florida talk to me less than my mike. You gotta listen. I always every man knows that t._v. What it is might you gotta. Stop with this message for you. Gotta start with you with this word wordage. You sound just like eddie mind. I tell you man is my dismay and talking about res care. I mean you already know how this works man man. His value has risen to start his stock exchange as bad as his chang muster. Yeah status is changing man andrew ways. It's very this fucking money. He ain't gotta go there. They need this is not good. They can't make this happen. They need to satisfy the man mike. Why can't you just pay dmed. Say the anyone. Don't get no extra money. I been record today saying you'll probably get somewhere between fifteen dollars. That's been wincing. Go home. Another six million make them happy. Come on come on and fight so making a negotiation might so making a negotiation not making it make go super previous. Fight isn't talking about dave already made it. They'll need to make negotiations. They negotiated the previous fight. That's crazy. You know that that we're in that back you. You know you smart enough. I heard you say smart shit now. Inside me cutter's going out to watch dot com. He just sages listening. We went out to stunner right nope. You should talk to me now really heavy now muscle like igloo. Why are you doing inside. You'll you'll oh tech out. Check this out so look. I oh about this release. Here's what is going on reported with might play a big factor. I don't know if y'all dollar aware but showtime and c._b._s. Got bought by viacom for thirty one billion dollars right and part. The deal is them. They want to integrate a lot of cross <hes> platform promotion so as far as what this means for boxing alarm bring this up just like he's got this shit going on with canal next komo now they didn't grow up like crazy because every paramount movie that's ever come out probably going to be on watch any type of student. You're gonna have to get the app so so basically what i'm saying like the budget for the t._v. Went up so as far as you know you guys the o. eill. Hey it's not paid his money money money to lose any word about bread like low law cpa eddie earned wanna do esa nothing and also might you wouldn't put up some lists about world war dangerous countries in saudi arabia with like ninety seven grow. I pulled up. The list was updated in two thousand i too that shit was like <hes> like one hundred one. Hundred thirty five out of one hundred i read on rapport said yours is two thousand seven. He say pulled up one up another one on their day with two thousand nineteen okay. We did more than one okay. <hes> search <music> majed talk to me. Florida somewhere might be ending but with decor from the home depot your dorm or apartment. Makeover is just just beginning firm plush bedding stackable storage and decor to the microwave. You'll use more than you ever thought possible. The home depot has everything you need to get back to campus and style. You know so mom doesn't worry about you too much. 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Te'o instagram would nine hundred eleven g growth on twitter watching this. It's on youtube <unk> future present pass peace hope you guys enjoyed the show. Oh shit. We still live. Ah my hold on we got edward called in alabama alone late. Whatever hey sorry about that man i thought i would. I'm waiting like forgot about me but <hes> manicotti yesterday manitoba's with any we do. I don't know man. I just hope they figure this shit out but anyways day-to-day the house comparison isn't a good comparison because he's not a piece of property. The person so there's different rules he can you can come up with usage or something like that. Maybe you know somebody somebody brought up al hayman advise them sign a contract. Why do you look out. Maybe al hayman knew that they were gonna be a way for them to get out of it so i mean it's a stupid man. This is this going back and forth. The fights going basically going to happen but i don't know about the saudi arabia. That's call appreciate y'all waiting for me all right piece then we got another call. Okay i ain't playing. I ain't planning on rock out with his might die. You're seeing that mosquito comeback to fucker back <unk> by who's this is gotta super chavan brand new. I figured out what is breaking a news release negotiate trilogy that brings third fight back the u._s. if he suffers loss has to a._j. Versus we third vegas. You've got one from brandon maurice. How many u._s. been us offer andy a million dollars sightsee and we got one from you know a._j. Needs to bring joey debate. This training camp to go. I know a._j. Already said that that was alive. Man we out to new caller and the four oh four that should be a._t._s. Who's this brian. <hes> brian yeah brag. Hey hey y'all got a man <hes> i. I am <hes> <hes> the well. We're looking at a contract man. We're looking at a country you. You got a guy who has completely changed from the first funding beginning. Nobody knew who to do. <hes> he comes here okay. He beats you now. The value how you define chain the people who are in their in in the arena at that particular time in the first fight didn't even know who we would now. You've got a whole different fan base. These guys talking about okay the talking about him. <hes> all over the country and it's not just the fact that <hes> a._j.'s coming to saudi arabia is the fact that ended up as also coming to saudi arabia so the value of a chain of course the man gizmo minute now million dollars in a in a hundred million dollar fight may you completely peace and on demand period pissing on put up <hes> nine million dollars. If we send up here then we talk in a hundred billion dollar fight roy jones toe toe toe <hes> dr king and and and but no i have you if dr came thirty percent forty percent and me but now how can make thirty percent each bad mail and it's the same thing that's happening. Here is bam. 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a dot org forward slash labeled aware welcome back to rsvp today we are now on these nice day of july a two day i'm rita frazier here in studio with d r f t radio network ellen ferguson with congressional quarterly joined us from the nation's capital ellen the fireworks over a half hour we were covering from the celebration in the nation's capital well this is the week the congress is coming back from a long week long a fourth of july break in so there are a number of things will be trying to tackle a one one of the big things that my a publication 'em cici rollcall is going to be focusing on is the effort to try and reach an agreement on spending caps a just before the fourth of july the house of blues as a federal spending bills including they had a spending bill for the agriculture department 'em senate has not marked up or put together their own spending bills primarily because there's no agreed upon what they call top line on spending in general for a non defense programs and then that would break down for individual spending bill that kind of crucial because of these federal budget is on on september thirtieth and the new fiscal year begins october first a we don't wanna wind up in a situation where they can't pass spending bill to a fun individual pop federal program in a that could potentially league to us the shutdown so that's one of the big things on trying to reach agreement on that a other things were waiting for it to see if the president's going to send implementing legislation for be a a trade deal that would replace the north american free trade agreement nafta 'em there's been some back and forth over that the house democrats in the house would be the first chamber to vote on the trade deal and the house democrats the house speaker has said that he needs more time to kind of bring her a cough up the speed on it in but they have civil things but they want addressed before implementing legislation should be sent to them and that basically if they're not addressed the stuff that the house would probably delay a vote on on implementing legislation so far both sides the white house and they a congressional democrats have been talking but there's some complaints that so far the white house has not offered the any kind of concrete kind of counter proposal that's kind of follow up on both of those issues on your first topic on on the budget 'em how do you see things playing in obviously please everyone wants to avoid another shutdown how does this time around different from the last well it's kind of hard to tell right now i last time a they last time they had an agreement spending caps the problem was a disagreement between congressional democrats and the white house on money for a wall along the border fifth time this is more fundamental usually there are able to reach some sort of queen bee question here is a win will that happen and then therefore when they actually be able to kind of move ahead win the appropriations process as i said the house approved federal spending bill before were they last but without an agreement on a spending capitol mutually agreed upon 'em spending caps those kind of out there and they're kind of suggestions about how spending should go but they're not really really a filter had two numbers that have been agreed upon so i think there's still room i don't think anybody should be shouting shutdown worrying about that at this point this is just part of the process will see how it plays out generally as if that able to eat some agreements the question here is about the economy this july they generally go out from my trip august will see if they do that and then being we have september september thirtieth day end of the fiscal year also following up on you mentioned there of u s m c h a lot riding on that for sure ag group so very very interested in getting that past talk a little bit i guess follow up on that as far as potential and you don't watch writing on you smc i is far as you watch agriculture well to be truthful agriculture a dairy gain some of the greater access a canadian markets 'em we would get a fair shake under the agreement a complaint has been the canada his dinner degrade you asleep for animal feed as opposed for a more lucrative 'em a human consumption and there are some gains for agriculture sir i think the main thing that everybody is looking at is a some degree of certainty i believe other are improvements a more along the lines on a a standard for bible study perry a standard in a for a kind of harmonizing streamlining 'em accustoms in a treatment so you gain some there are some games there but i think overall agriculture i think what they're looking for is just a certainty and reestablishment of a of a relationship with canada and mexico mexico in particular being a major markets were number of commodities usa commodity a little more broadly i think for the business interest in general it's about certainty it's about a i try to get something in place where you can build upon a there are several provisions in there a not so much for agriculture but let's say for things like that e commerce which didn't exist in nineteen ninety four when nafta was took effect on their provisions addressing that and those would be the simplest plus soviet ministration says with futures trading so it's about reestablishing on a commercial a connection improving some areas of it in then providing a template for the future of hot i see ministration is self set the bar a saying that is a they they can't get be a united states mexico canada agreement approved by congress that it would undermine the credibility of negotiating with other countries sense it's really since late they revamped or be ties version of the north american free trade agreement it's among trading partners who have had long relationships in so if they can't get that through grapefruit flags they say about two two other trading partners about 'em perhaps more difficult trade 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national policy as we look at for farmers here coming up on a critical a date reporting date fertilize fifteenth for their planted acres prevented planted been a tremendous tremendous like challenging growing season so far for our farmers those market facilitation payments so might be calculated soon will have some answers because of the trade war a in china in particular where do we see that issue heading through this week well as i understand the third talks going on between a u s china says they agreed to restart the top bats we started at the negotiating level of the united states as i understand it plans to a restart those talks at the at where they ended i don't know if china has agreed to a we start the talks at that point war is looking for some adjustments i there's no timetable at this point the administration has indicated when they think there might be some sort of agreement 'em i think both sides internet splits some high i to perhaps coming to an agreement but what that agreement intel who knows and when it might happen it's unclear and i'm gonna give myself a little plug here a last week my colleague a and i had i did a podcast with wendy cutler who's a former trade negotiator and now at the asia society 'em in christine daniel who is at george mason university she economists just in looking at these exclusions or except exemption process that's been put in place for products that have been affected by steel and aluminum tariffs as well and put tariffs replaced on china good so they took a look back at they are unsure about where things are going to go out wendy cutler suggested several scenario if there is a politically we'll on both sides of united states and china that there could be in agreement but it's hard to tell women that agreement will be coming in on how detailed it's going to be i know a lot of people particularly in agriculture a hole through the will just have to see yeah for sure that sounds like a fascinating saying podcast will get the details on how maybe you're listeners can tap into that as well but when you went into that conversation did what are some other things maybe that you learned 'em or that you're gonna be following up on in the next week or so well my colleague mark post chetty 'em has already been delving into be exclusion or exemption process the commerce department set up for aluminum and steel tariffs in the u f t are set up to the tariffs on chinese imports of so i think he's gonna be following up on not just see how consistent process but there's been there's been a lot of complaints lawmakers about it and so i think he's gonna delve into that i'm gonna be trying to keep an eye on m a i guess any kind of signal coming out of china because we know what the united states wants they want on a greater a a breeder protections for intellectual property they want china stopping courage ing 'em theft of intellectual property and they want stronger a they want china to in a subsidy to a state owned enterprises a the subsidies allow them to undercut usa companies those who the sort of thing but what is it the china wants to the tournament what isn't willing to trade i think i'm gonna try and delve more into that and what that might possibly agriculture is that involved agriculture out one thing i did neglected to mention earlier but i as part of the agreement to restart the talks china is a post post to have agreed to buying a more u s at good so i think there'll be a watch on that i just before the the meeting in japan where they may be announcement that's a refund restart the pop china made a spy of i believe soybean substantial by in so and they've also bought some right so it'll be i think people will be looking to see if there's a pattern or if it's gonna be sort of hit or miss no abai here by their orbits it'd be something that's gonna be sustain but again that's that's that's something that's kind of tenuous it will help i think 'em in some areas but there's a we haven't seen any numbers as to what they agree to buy so you don't know how much they're gonna buy and that's what he's going to buy so i think that'll be one thing i'll be trying to figure it out and see if there's any information on that last question probably will have time for today but on this topic is we dive into this china issue end a v market facilitation payments is first round going out to producers hopefully very soon a through throughout the country but how much pushback from non ag or you know from from did the nation's capital a when we talk about you know giving producers you know subsidizing of what's going on with the china war well part of the heavens then substantial puts pushback i know that there have been letters and i think there might be one bill 'em sort of tweaking or owners are pulling on m b idea farmers receding a trade aid when other indices are also being a factor but i haven't seen anything organized on any great a great level i think one of the reasons the pushback has not been as strong is the fact that you a cia is using money as they commodity credit corporation a while congress does have a role in helping to fund that it's not a direct role it's it's not something that 'em a kevin it's not something that comes before congress that it makes it a target that it could be voted on board things could be added to bill funding on the ccc so i i think there is sort of a there is some rain resentment on and there's a question of particularly about well why isn't there some kind of aid package for small businesses in particular that are being affected by the tariffs that are seeing there on the cost exceed a steer class exceed what they're even able to sell what they've been poured it on on christina king of doing are podcast started several small manufacturers but she is talk to and tracking deep losing simpson process we've seen their their their tariff costs you know double a triple and who are now sort of in the mode where they are they're not standing on the trying to hold on the to the people because they don't wanna fire people or lay people off because they've invested in those people train in these things get better if things get better for them it will be much harder to get those people bat so there's sort of an m a defensive mode right now and they're just trying to hang on long enough for the tariffs to pull away a but the good bacteria original question right now don't see a great deal organized a pushback there is some from time to time usually sort of and the comments or side but i don't see anything that's been organized to a a push caguas worthy administrations provide a similar age or a possible aid to ban the facts l in ferguson without congressional quarterly joining us here on this program monthly end if you'd like to find out more about her writings her coverage or potentially that podcast we referenced earlier in the interview you can find her follow her on twitter at ferguson at ellen ferguson for 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barely making their way out of the ground or you know have all their weaker to so or so far as awfully late this year there are people end up you're still so in fact one one a one of the producers it's gonna go back to finish up a i think a those who still have some critics say they wanna plant will have that done there too there are decisions being made some low lying areas whether it's even the return on investment is is you may need a team in replan today you're fighting gopher here did you notice any sponsors necessarily like no equal for example a that saw fifty one a majority opinion you see any places where boy this this must have been where the the rain was and this spots okay or was it just a you know just just buried wherever you are i think it's very i think appear this is a great place to stop a day because they're in a better shape than further south of i eighty but but the problem here there was some recent rains where they had three inches in a short amount of time is a hot and you combat that and then then planting enron off and all that stuff out down in the west union was saying i'm going a driving from the metro east to the eastern part of the state on rob just eat a course you've got the casket bottom there there's still some areas at a i'm not again i think w making decisions whether even gonna going to going to steal a later they go the more they risk you know damaging the fall so it's not easy being a farmer sometimes put some of these old timers and i think they would appreciate me calling that lovingly i hearken back to nineteen seventy four as as they as they hearing which similar tough conditions they experienced wow so yeah so you know in in that case if it happens there every you know twice in fifty years that's not awful but as it's happening it's awfully difficult and a hopefully and if if anything good can come out of this depending on what people's eventual yields are hopefully it helps underline the importance of strong crop insurance program that probably i know gets talked about with the farm bill goes around and such but the a thankfully that has had good sports recently in washington that that's true and i think for people who are asked to feed the world that you know that having that support a win which the producers paying to oh i think provides returns for the for the international community and i think really pretax pair because it's a it's a risk system that the farmers put money into it's just not eight federal bailout but you know tiger these tough conditions is this the tariffs debate a a you smc hey the new nafta which were trying to push democrat leadership you get on floor that would be a big help end for the present to resolve negotiation with china in make sure that that market is open i mean we we liver die hard commodity crops odd export markets and we just half the habit mendy trade fight wellintentioned can be very harmful to producers expects to what they have a spring season that we've had yeah i mean i i'm sure you could just no see it just on on the farmers faces a when you when you have a year like this and you have to look at it every day you know it's going to take quite a toll on a person who's done yeah i think after another thing that i'm kerry back you know they're pretty stressed out a a they're they're they love the country in most cases they're supportive of the president's but this double whammy of the tariffs i'm certain deangelis wet spring 'em any certainty of what the harvest will will deliver a is this a lot for them to take and a again me going out and talking to these producers helped me relay that i think even more compassionate way because it's not like i'm writing a letter they're acting like it's hidden right right and you say well the prices well corn prices up but when you have no idea what kind of bushel you're going to have the sale at the end of the year and then been that that doesn't a healthy quesions very much ground and in the i think the beans that you know historically it planet later which means they're historically getting planning later than you do have a concern while you you have early frost and then you lose those so i mean i don't tell these you know these beer in story but you know i asked him to share with me their their dreams aspirations earn an that's what i'm related border come on rsvp today stick around for more the loss talks more issues with congressman john shem gifts when we come back long weekend for a week now dot com journalists daniel grand connect rural roads for you with more than two decades of reporting under his belt dan is the go to source for farmers when it comes to commodities here's a bit about his were over i grew up on a green and livestock farm near roseville and warren county what i love about my job is working with people traveling across illinois in visiting farms along the way be urban radio i'm reaching out comments playing farm family food those three words best describe illinois farm bureau far one hundred years farm bureau in illinois has represented senate and serve the men and women who make illinois one of the top producing states family at the heart of rural illinois are traditional farm families who worked together through illinois farm bureau canned food farm bureau families are proud of grow the healthy foods they provide their families and your farm families the heart of farm bureau in illinois let's look at you're markets this hour we are still trading lower corn soybeans end we nearby july corn were down seven four thirty one and a half september corn down eight december down seven and three quarters word for thirty six and marched down seven and a quarter at four forty three and a quarter fly soybean's down four and a quarter this sour eight seventy one august down one and a quarter september down one and a half with november down to eight ninety five and three quarters july wheat chicago down six and three quarters at five ten september down eight and three quarters end december wheat down eight and a half at five fourteen and a quarter female july down a nickel at three oh three seventy august down a penny at three o five seventy and july soybean oil were steady eight at twenty seven eighty six the home depots making the turn your favorite moment into the perfect color for any room with the project colorado upload any image then discover the colors and pay international swiping the click closer to everything you need for your next project explore the most popular counters and trending pallister find your perfect shade get a colorful new experience with the project color apps and then shop are desperate gallons dining from just twentyfive thirty seven at the home depot more saving more doing us only see store for details hi it's jamie progressive's number one number two employee leave a message at the hey jamie it's me jamie this is your daily pep talk i know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your acapella group mad harmony but you will bounce back i mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool it should be you giving me the pep talk now get out there hit that high note and take mad harmony all the way to nationals this year sorry pitchy progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law representative john jim just joining us over the phone own a when he started the may twenty fifth congressional district that was about twenty years ago and now is any fifteenth congressional district by if you mentioned you smc eight and hoping to get that across the finish line now i assume that something you'd prefer do in july a there is a timeline to it and you don't wanna get too close to a a you know nervousness time if you will yeah the sooner the better a an he a really a speaker pelosi has allowed it to get on the floor and it'll have to be as normal a bipartisan vote for liberal democrats should be a good deal a they got a wage conditions from mexican the kind of automobile workers they got more environmental standards for the manufacturing plants that are you know in mexico things if they've asked for many many years and agricultural sector we believe it's a pretty pretty good deal mexico's path we look for canada road and we should be right behind him there have been some discussion says at least we've heard reports suggestions to a to reopen it to make a couple of changes in how you could do that a timely matter is is that a legitimate discussion or what do you think at this point well i unfortunately i think it's a i in public policy in in governing you reason why we have trade negotiations he says that you get in a room a you let the two sides negotiate they cut the deal and then we say upper down on if you let us tinker with the other aspects of the of the deal you threaten its defeat you know those who are promoting reopening are really promoting it to fail a because a any agreement you couldn't find a problem when you're there there's no perfection side of having an i think those who use that as an excuse are opponents to the deal well i just in general and we talked represent a boost those couple weeks ago and she felt pretty confident that they would would get done so a hopefully sooner the better and then with the with china deal because that's something that is you know leader to leader so that won't make it through congress would you could certainly encourage a resistance and then eventually a deal to get done well in that you represent a booth doses you know a a major league on the democrat caucus right now and a if she expresses optimism then that gives me hope and that would mean courage earn cheer her onto a to use her position to help get that on the floor as far as china are goes oh you know we have to have these two leaders agreed a meal before before we m b look at it or cells and dry defected and again for that sooner rather than later i the last meeting with the premier was a i sound positive i mean it's like a roller coaster ride so you don't know there was a major purchase then right after that there is a delay of terror by the president's so let's help sound mind prevail and we formed by keep are markets open a what would be a couple of other items thinking about this time of year that you'd prefer to get done whether that's appropriations or using its own mind a in july before you go into a an august recess so that you're not dealing with things pass labor day the you'd prefer not to be dealing with why think you have protection we would all love to be able to have arbil bill done in a timely manner house the exact same moving aggressively on passing are appropriation bills unfortunately we have passed a budget yet so for passing spending bills without top line numbers without top line numbers you don't get agreement with the senate and i think most of us are hurting ourselves for another dysfunctional and the first session of congress which where we don't have a but we don't have a spending bill done by the time line and we operate pricey ars and last bit of negotiation a if that could be part of a wishlist have appropriations done wrong really budget numbers water thee caps a better gotta be set so that we can lift underneath them that would make our life a lot easier by the way did you see mundane leah historic rainfall or certainly very alarming alarming rainfall in washington a more than three inches i think in an hour and there is water flowing all over the place in the nation's capital why then you know traveling rural illinois and i'm looking at something or less a video like a through text picture this stuff they've updated be that a bad bike with some of our parks state talking to the folks in shelbyville matt tune areas very i'm driving through right now i think they they had that one of these big guys downpours at a pause the replanting if some of those feel it i don't think we used to that type of rain falling at yeah they're they're a catastrophic sure so certainly in you know some of those folks still with the tornado first weekend of december around that taylorville area and in other places around there so been awfully difficult so certainly some things take back to the dc with you this week and then keep the the weeks and months ahead yeah and that tom brady drive in taylorville so that's a i worked my way down south and west the home but i appreciate you you a half committed come on and share my stories with my producers and let's just pray for a you know a good summer a hot warm humid a little bit of rain here and there and then i'll i'll lay all this stuff harvest right bible i believe homer would also be in your district so that'd be a fourth h community so we really coming out or i will go things were john congressman it'll be safe travels and hopefully will talk to you again down the road all right take care of an thanks a two loss of four catching up with congressman schiff gift yesterday he was touring the great state state of illinois will break will be back to talk weather with dan heck stick around and no an ad from dad all right save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive gotta take these off right what is this is good wow where did you get this i'm talking to you with the hair yeah where did you get this good stuff solid that's not the near that solid stuff progressive can't save you from becoming your parents but we can't save you money when you bundle home and auto progressive casualty insurance company affiliates in other insurance discounts not available in all states or situations here comes again lunch will be the same old same old are you ready to take a vacation from ordinary with a new jamaican jerk turkey up at firehouse subs freshly sliced smoked turkey breast crazily sweet mustard at a hit the caribbean sea evening just five fifty five for medium 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wield leverage on producers analysts say livestock prices will likely continue the weekend is the dog days of summer where on in the futures this morning feeder cattle august step one ten one forty september feeders up one seventeen one thirty nine ninety two live cattle august of twenty one oh six thirty five october twenty one oh seven sixty an august lean hogs up eighty five seventy seventy six ninety two how do people benefit from raising livestock here in illinois frisky bird illinois farmer president's illinois farm growing up on livestock farmers all resent arresting and i enjoy it more today than i did back then but it did give me the opportunity to have a good work ethic learned the get up in the morning and you know that was difficult during my senior days at high school and college days had a tendency nuts go to bed and respectable our but no it was always enjoyable and farming getting up before daybreak in melcan the cows and get the chores done then go about the rest of the day the illinois farm bureau along with these porn mill fourth and soybean association make up the livestock development group supporting illinois livestock sector for more information checkout illinois livestock dot o r g back on aristide today final segment on tuesdays are whisk weather information advantage an accident free notice is here to tell us about how long this window of dry my last dan good morning redo well we have a couple of dry days across illinois but we are seeing some showers and thunderstorms developing now in the western mid west in fact a few showers along the mississippi river from ron quincy down to saint louis so chances for showers and thunderstorms will be increasing especially along and west of the mississippi today and then on eastward into tomorrow and tomorrow night against the good news is not a lot of major rain expected when the system and they will see a lot of ten and a half inch rainfall amounts across illinois with this system and then some dry time returning again later this week into the weekend if you look look at a july rainfall for the first seven days of the month so far you see these widely varying amounts across the midwest some places have had well above normal rainfall place of had below normal amounts and looking ahead over the next week or so these very wet areas of the midwest it doesn't seem like they're gonna see a lot of heavy rainfall but a really no long dry spell's coming up here in the near future anything you've been watching is a tropical system down the road a little bit how has anything changed since yesterday on that and tell us what you're looking at not a lot of change the system actually still over the the land in the southeastern u s the it looks like it's gonna drift down into the northern gulf and then of course is once so really warm waters of the gulf it'll probably start to pick up some intensity i don't know if it's ever going to become a major tropical system but it will likely gather strength and kind of meander around the the northern gulf for a few days and latest indications are too much different than yesterday i think this as we get into the weekend and early next week the potential for some heavy rain and flooding in that area from eastern texas three louisiana southern arkansas mississippi that's the initial area they could pick up some heavy rainfall from this still somewhat uncertain as to how far north this goes i suspect it by the time we get into later next week some of the residual moisture from that may get drawn up into the ohio valley in advancing rainfall in those there is so i could see where six the ten day rainfall amounts could be above normal in ohio valley assuming some of that moisture comes up as you move farther north and west i think the trend for less rainfall will continue into the six ten david anytime you're doing with this system this week and this far out there still a lot of uncertainty as to the timing and the path it will take so will continue to listen and watch on rain totals and potential but what about the temperatures were heading into first some cornfields very critical pollination period so what we're looking at the you know both short in longerterm pretense i think in the short term really nothing but i would call extreme i think that's a if you look at the period did today into the weekend we're gonna see a lot of eighties and low nineties in the mid west which is not to uncommon in normal highs right now or in the low eighties and the northern midwest and probably around ninety one ninety two in the far southern midwest so i don't think we'll see extremes in the near term will have a little bit of cool air coming in behind this system the next couple of days then conditions will start to warm up a little bit as we head toward the weekend but again a through the weekend nothing extreme longer term i think perhaps as we get into the six ten day period perhaps a little bit warmer i could see where we might see some low to mid nineties returning especially in the western in southern midwest during the six the ten day so maybe adding a little bit of stress some crops at that time but i certainly don't wanna be alarmist there's no sign of any extreme heat coming up in the mid west to at least as far as we could see with any reliability and you know normal to a little bit above normal temperatures i think probably will be beneficial official in much of the midwest because a lot of the crops or are behind normal pace with this time of year you know mainly due to some cool weather early in of course the you know the white variability in planning some crops were planning a very early while other crops planted early this year yeah for sure so willer will take that in the other thing i guess you know were all kind of speculating on how late this season might go early frost concerns especially for those to the north so i know you don't like to go out too far but as you do sort of look into 'em late summer early fall what do you think well i i think i would kind of reserve judgment on that right now there's just not a lot to base he's that type of a forecast on this early i guess perhaps you could i would look back at some years where we had a very wet start to the season maybe look at years where there's a diminishing el nino and the trouble specific look at years like that is far as gauging gauging early frost but as of right now no clear indications as one that will occur but as you mentioned though this year is even more critical because even a normal freeze you know in some parts of the northern half of the mid west could catch some of these crops before they reach shirty it's about a minute left here but you've been doing this for a while i don't know how many years but you know we often have been asking farmers how this year has been for them how is this year been for you as a meteorologist and add country well it's been an interesting year no doubt i mean we've had some wide swings in weather across the midwest going back into the winter and you know i have a farm background my family owns a farm in the frustration with the the planting season the growing season this year really you know it it spreads from the farmers and producers out into the larger public when you hear all the problems the farmers have had it seems like there's just been a laundry list of issues this year was cool wet weather and delayed planning and flooding has just been a kind of a wild year weatherwise i guess you know from meteorology standpoint there's been some exciting times but of course you know that that weather has a major effects on other people in a lot of times it's negative and that that certainly been the case this year so you kind of have to you know keep that in mind when you're looking at whether conditions and talking about weather patterns across the midwest reno result in a related to the agriculture dan we always appreciate you're daily forecasting 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The Bettor's Box MLB Betting Podcast August 5, 2019

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Mailbag then go beyond the box score down the lines to recaps line moves from the weekend couple of picks for your four tonight then finally a preview of the week ahead ed so we start with a question from fred via email here for the monday mailbag says looking for your opinions regarding the following scenario from the perspectives of the better and the handicapping industry and the sports books so what we have here is that fred had a position on tampa bay at even money plus one hundred on the money line after five innings the razor leading four to three but if he's looking at the live betting situation boston is plus one sixty to come back and win the game so you've got an even money bet to start the game. You got a chance to take boston at plus one sixty after the fifth inning when they're trailing four to three so the situation here. Is this if tampa wins. It's a push if boston comes back and wins and it's sixty dollars now of course the problem being that you know once you make that bet on boston. You're taking away any possible chance of getting a profit profit from tampa bay so sort of looking here. Is there positive upside. Is this the right move from a mass standpoint. Was that the right recall so a lot of different factors. You're coming into place so what's i cert- with this to me. I don't really i can't hint safe. It's the proper mathematical move or not because there are so many external factors when you start talking about live better you know in this particular situation nation your tampa bay's bullpen had been used extensively over the last couple of weeks. It's something that i had talked about a lot in my article so we're gonna talk about here on the shows as well so do you like boston plus money here with that tampa bay bullpen and the red sox trailing by a run maybe but plus one sixty implies about thirty eight and a half percent. It's thirty eight point. Four six percent that the red sox didn't come back and win. You give the red sox. You know about a forty percent chance of coming coming back and winning that game if you don't there's no equity on that bad for you because the line suggests that it's a thirty eight point four six percent probability you one a little bit of an overlay on that number you give the red sox a forty percent chance coming back with their bullpen in a game that they're already trailing. I don't know that i mean you have to weigh the risk. Reward of there is no blanket statement about wind and make these live betting place stuff like that now of course if you're somebody out there who's very capitalized and you can play arbitrage play back and forth with plus money on both sides and do so with a high enough volume william and a high enough bet size that you're going to scalp money playing both sides of this game at plus money then sure that makes a whole lot of sets but in this particular taylor situation. It's hard for me to say. I don't know your bankroll situation. I don't know exactly what the raise the red sox bullpens look like from a rest standpoint standpoint. I don't know if the top of the order was coming up for boston. I don't know if it was the bottom of the order. It's really hard to say you know the the the power is in your or hands at that point in time then the question becomes you know. Do i bet on plus one sixty the same thing i have on tampa bay for the game where the worst case scenario is a push the best case scenarios. I make some money maybe but also do you want to cost yourself that where you have the lead after after five innings on the tampa bay moneyline where they're expected to win that game you know even with how bad bullpens have been this season teams with the lead. After after five innings are still winning eighty four point four percent of the time now that doesn't take into context you know if they blew the lead and then got it back or something like that. It's it's simply say that team's lead after five innings win eighty four point four percent of the time this year so you wanna go out there and take plus one sixty which implies that thirty eight percent probability that boston was back in wins when realistically this season. It's about fifteen point five percent that teams come back and win. They obviously we don't want to factor it in just based on that. It's a lot more complex than that. You know the royals and the tigers and the orioles. It seems like that probably are winning too many games they trail after five five. Better teams have better chance but still you know. I think that when you're in a situation like this and you've got a team that has a lead after five innings unless you are scalping it and you do have plus money on both sides where you get profit no matter what i'm not cutting into it because i already have the lead and and not only that you that teams coming back up to the plate again now with a chance to add onto the leave. If i'm going to make a bet and obviously this is going to change what the odds are like. I'm not making that bet when the team. I'm betting against this coming up to the plate. So that's a factor that you wanna consider as well. You'll tampa bay could very we well add on if they add on and making five or three. You're live betting price. Maybe goes up the plus three hundred or something like that and you took plus one sixty when that team wasn't even coming to the plate so those are all factors that you want to keep in mind as well that you know you wanna get game. You want to look at how many more opportunities there there are four both teams so it's hard to say you know i think in this instance i do believe that this particular bet was a little bit misguided <hes> simply because of some of the factors that were in play here you know with the red sox bullpen with your essentially both teams batting being four times and the raise already having elite you know both do sitting in the sixth seventh eighth and ninth. Obviously boston doesn't hit the night if they had the lead and come back and and get the victory but but that's about it. I'd probably look to make when boston's coming up and i know it's four to three and they bet four more times versus the team batting three more times that doesn't have an impact on the price. That's out there so it's a bankroll management question. It's a question about you know. Do you wanna hedge and protect your raise bet. If if it's a larger than normal beck for you if you wanna protect it a little bit if it's a standard. Do you really want to protect it because there's a reason that you bet that game so i think a lot of people can get in serious trouble. When it comes to live betting you're not too <hes> not to poke light at you or split you would all here frances. You sent over the question but i think overall people see these plus money prices. They see all these different betting options that are out there and it's nice to get actually actually it's nice to try and maximize your profits. You know how many people are running good at blackjack. All of a sudden start increasing their bet size not really realizing that they've run really good because a lot of face cards have come out now there any disadvantage but there's a wind up their bedsides because they want to ride that wave ah where they want to try and maximize those profits that they've made not realizing the deck is no longer in your favor so that's something that live betting can kind of become for a lot of people and look if you're capitalized and you're able to watch these games closely and follow a lot of games or maybe even be part of a group. That's put in some. I'm capital there. Yes there are live arbitrage opportunities. Yes there are middle opportunities. I think if played appropriately they can be very profitable for you but i think that live is the next great frontier because it's so hard to do not only do you have to be there to get the right prices. Have the right market entry do all of this in the span of what two and a half minutes <hes> between innings you know realized who's available who's not know no. You're handicapped know what you wanna do so on and so forth. You don't ever wanna time for that. You have all day for full game that you have all week for football. I'll bet you've got two minutes or a minute and a half when it comes to these like betting situations so yeah. I think there's opportunity to be had there but i also asked me an understanding of how difficult it is to capitalize on those opportunities now to the question of are the books concerned about this and indoor. There live betting derivatives look. I'm sure to a degree they are you know because there are people that can exploit this but also if they were that concerned they'd have more live traders and a lot of sports books just have algorithms putting all this stuff together. Maybe a couple of people overseeing the live action letting a lot of it. Just it's come down to what the computer programs are saying you know. How many times do we see in college basketball. This star guard picks up his third fall and the line doesn't doesn't adjust the key to factor that in because it's just algorithms based. It's just score time left. You know things of that sort. <hes> you know relative to the four games and stuff like that you know we don't see manipulation of those lives based on some of the context of the game you'll fall fall trouble or maybe the starter got hurt in the second inning or something like that you know we don't see a lot of that so if folks were really concerned they'd have more live traders but like i just mentioned you've got short windows and you've got lower limits with these live betting opportunities. It's harder to get large sums of money down. You know a lot the times you've got people trading back and forth on the game to where they're gonna make small profits. They're gonna lose a lot of the bets that they've made as well so i think books are worth work is concerned right now but again i mean there are people that developed computer programs and stuff like that so there's it's such a small percentage of people that win long term at this and such a smaller percentage of people naked win long-term doing the endgame wagering the arbitrage and all that type of stuff that i. I don't think that they're that concerned. You know maybe that changes here as we go forward throughout the industry but right now. I don't think they're all that concerned and i think a lot of times james. You know there just aren't enough people out there with edges in the live betting market it is a challenge. It is a hard thing to do think about it. I mean look when do games take place weekends and nighttime. People are doing other things man. You know you got kid. You got bass time you got. The wife wants to spend time with you. Watch something on netflix or hulu. You're trying to follow these different games while you're worrying about what's going on at work the the next day or something like that. It's hard market to beat and the full game market is hard enough to be so yes. There are opportunities. Yes if you're watching a game you notice foul trouble. Maybe a second-half play something like that. There are chances available but capitalizing on them is really really difficult to do so for a lot of people out there. It can be an attractive betting opportunity but it can also be one that gets you in a hell of a lot of trouble chris. Via email is over a list of different questions here. I picked a couple of them out for the show. This was kind of interesting to me. What do you think about the future of major league baseball you hear about expansion then you hear about youth programs to keep the spirit alive seems to be an obsession in the caribbean is baseball getting more popular or less popular in the u._s. I think it's really difficult to say you know i mean i think that the lockout or the strike should say that's likely coming in twenty twenty. One is sorta hurt the game in a big way. You're the players are very disenfranchised with what's going minor. League pay is a big issue. <hes> you know the the contract contract circumvention of keeping guys down in the minors until the super to deadline passes all this type of stuff. It's going to be a knockdown drag out fight white between the players union and the owners and the league and everybody involved. You're going into twenty twenty one and that could really hurt attendance. You know attention. Spans are shorter than they've ever been. People are cutting the cord with cable so they're not watching as much baseball major league baseball. Does it promote it stars in the right way. Games are blacked out in areas areas where they shouldn't be. You'll baseball has a marketing problem so in that respect. I don't know if i can say that. It's more popular alert than it used to be because baseball doesn't market itself well. It doesn't market the young talent. That's out there but that being said you've got kids. Get into the big leagues. He's now very very quickly. They're playing four or five years with their respective teams that if they don't sign extensions so kids can develop more of a report with the talent. That's playing for the hometown team so that certainly helps but i think the strike that's coming up that i certainly expect to happen. Gotta see how financials those are structured. We're gonna see what changes are made. What rule changes are made things of that sort. You're the media's very pro player and very anti owner. So how do those dynamics play out here. You know the owners being greedy. People are gonna say well. I'm not going to support the owner. I'm not going to go to the games. I'm not gonna going oh and by concessions. I'm not going to buy merchandise. I don't know i'm not really sure how all of this is going to play out. I would say though gun to my head. Is it more popular less popular. I would say it's less popular overall because the age of the average baseball fan is definitely up there in years older generations kind of dying off again people cutting the court with cable attendances down across just about all sports but i think it's getting more popular with the younger generation asia so it's probably going to be cyclical where maybe there is a down period where people with disposable income like what we're seeing now just aren't going to games just <music> spending their money on professional sports and baseball in particular but we get to a point where the young people kinda keep the cycle going so i don't so i think it's tough to say but again. We'll see what kind of damage these strike that. I'm expecting here. In twenty twenty one does due to the game second question here from i'm chris. I don't know if i'll ever have time for building. Real databases like you have let me say this. I don't have databases. I'm not a modder. I just had my spreadsheet for tracking tracking purposes and i do have that spreadsheet for the season win totals with my power ratings games of the year lines all that type of stuff so i do have that with a friend of mine built that for me i can't do it. I i suck with excel but any event chris says you're i haven't building rudimentary excel spreadsheets that manually fill out to follow trends in m._l._b. It it takes a lot of time any advice on software that can data grab or better programs to build spreadsheets a lot of people out there. If you find someone that wants to be helpful that's great and my friend just doing it for me so joshua greatly appreciate that but go to a career center taking excel course or even a course in programming programming something like that. They're relatively cheap to do. They're gonna look good on a resume. If you wind up having to go to a new job or something like that or you can find somebody to do from home online in but you know this is like anything else when you talk about sports betting if you're just investing time listening to podcasts like mine or like greg peterson's which i was on last last week or things like visa or the other podcasts that are competing sites out in the industry have your investing type. Maybe you invest some money and taking excel course you. If you wanna get good at something you want to get good at anything. You have to put time and money into it. It's just that simple whether it's classes to learn how to do do it or ways to yourself set up. I talked to a couple of weeks ago about how important being organized as we've talked about major league baseball handicapping and really handicapping all sports you do invest time and money so take an excel course at a career center or community college or something like that. Take a programming course a lot of times still have programs for adults that want to further their educations. Three can get some discounted rates for those courses and things of that sort so do that. You know make some time to do that and then who knows what you'll be able to do with it and again like i said it's probably something that further down the line as everything is done with automation and that'll help you you know so go to a career center. Take an excel course something that i should probably do quite frankly whenever i can find the time to do it. Just because you anything you can do to make your job easier to be more efficient in any line of work is going to be beneficial for you so that would be my recommendation. You know go to a career careers center and find a course or find a friend or you'll find some sort of online course that you can take for excel or programming or something like that and you want if you're somebody younger who listens to the show. Maybe you're in high school or college. You've got interest in baseball or betting or whatever man i wish when when i was in high school the day talk coating. I mean there's so many opportunities for you out there not to say i'm unhappy with where i am but simply to say that you know if you have all these different skill sets. They're very attractive to potential employers. If you can find the time to do stuff like that it will probably help you down the line even if it only helps you from a betting standpoint that something but it could also help you in various other lines of work as well once again at skating tripods on twitter or adam banged book dotcom via email to send monday mailbag questions and also add work dot com via email. If you want to sign up for the notes for the show it's going to be on the box for the reds and braves split their four game series. Trevor bauer did struggle in his reds debut as i suggested here as suggested mcgregor podcast last week still going going to look to fade him here over his next few starts with the reds dallas tyco was very good for six innings fell apart a little bit in the senate. The braves did win that game in in extra innings for us cash that ticket but kaikal good once again this not as good as he could have been. Maybe he's a. I five type of guy from a betting standpoint here. The braves just four for twenty six with position in the last two games the reds five for thirteen so the brains very easily could have won this series. They do you split but they had a lot of chances here over the course of this one did win. A rain shortened game in the opener here but again one of the things things in baseball handicapping so difficult. Is that a lot of times. It's just whether you get those hits with roberson scored position or you don't a lot of these games very tightly contested except for that you know the frequency of having opportunities to score runs and the frequency of cashing in said opportunities so well. Maybe that's a change. I need to make for next year. We'll give the teams that do really generate the most opportunities with runners position and just hoping that they're able to cash those in and at a good rate the braves bullpen you got some new blood got some new guys that never shane green really struggling here at the outset. I presume he'll settle in a little bit but also this is the guy that was a big regression candidate leaving the detroit tigers so i don't know what the brain thought they were getting but i presume. It was something different than what they've gotten here so far. The chicago cubs swept the milwaukee brewers and look. The brewers are in a bad way right now. You know they've got. The injuries is in the starting rotation. The offense is in the tank. I'll talk about that more here. In a little bit you know i give craig counsel credit for keeping a veteran like lorenzo cain at the top of the order. You can't have a guy with a three on base percentage at the top of your order. You cannot allow that guy to hit in front of christian yelich and casten hero. You just can't do it. They have to do something different with the top of that or i'm not entirely sure what that is. I'd probably better off to be totally honest with you but you know you. You can't squander so many christian yelich played appearances the pitcher bats ninth and then you've got a three had on bass guy batting leadoff. I'm surprised that a team as smart as the brewers continues to allow this to happen. They do have christian here abetting third catch testing here. Excuse me banning third now but they gotta get cain out of that open out of that spot there at the top of the lineup. You've you've got to protect christian yelich more and give him opportunities to drive in runs. You don't do that with the pitcher hitting nice and a three ten guy batting leadoff kind of doing it themselves. You know when you when you've been offense struggling even offered strumming to make a lot of hard contact like the brewers are you've got to set yourself up with a position to succeed as much as you possibly can renzo came. Batting leadoff is not that right now. In the bullpen questions pretty peralta jeremy jeffress junior garra all giving up runs here in this series now good to get josh hater som rest. He didn't pitch at any of these three games but the middle relief guys have been a big problem album for the brewers there of weight jefferson almost unusable peralta guy trying to find a sea legs in a bullpen capacity like that brewers have issues man and look cubs got good starts from cole hamels yu darvish and jose cantata here they were five and fly types <hes> but still you you know i mean that's really all you need these days is you get five from the starter and the bullpen shots down and it comes bullpen pretty good here in this series and darvish very strong and in his five innings but you know that blueprint isn't working for the brewers anymore and i have real concerns with them as you go throughout the rest of the season here the cubs did pick up the cast. The seventy one p._s. For him in four games so far adds some length to this lineup. Obviously he's a butcher in the outfield but pretty good hitter and the cubs now with a lot of bullpen options joel madden matching up a lot here in this series. What's the guy the cubs are that team cable able hitting a second gear here in this division and i don't think anybody else is so we'll see what happens as we go forward here but real tough series for the brewers been a a tough week for the brewers and i don't know if things get better anytime soon the yankees sweep the red sox in for the division lead up to eight. It's twelve and a half over twelve hundred fourteen and a half over boston. Now the red sox are about done and when you get this series chris sale rock again. David price rocked again at royal. Rodriguez walked sixty minimize the damage credit him for that man this boston rotation is a mess right now. I think david price down for the season i really do. They're not playoff-caliber team. If they get their the wildcard game and get sale out there. Maybe they've got shot but it seems to inconsistent. Just not good enough this year and we see this when you play deep into walk tober and even on into november. Sometimes it's tough. A lot of innings about on those guys. Sale was hurt. Last year. Price said some issues last year. I would definitely choice shut him down at a minimum. I would consider maybe shelving chris sale here too. If things don't get better over the next two or three weeks you know and also to but this isn't all the pitching staff boston nineteen at bats with iran scrumptious action in four games at yankee stadium against the yankees pitching staff that was obliterated deliberated the previous week so not a good look for the offense. A bad worked for starting staff the yankees with thirty nine at bats with aurora's position of their own. I just passed it wasn't great. Jay half wasn't great but the offense was pretty great here as it has been for new york most of the season. I'll talk a little bit more about the yankees here later on in the show the number back to a three from the nationals and even in the game the diamondbacks lost alex young was really good six innings three hits couple runs three walks struck struck out nine <hes> kitchen sink kind of arsenal now too hard throwing guy but he throws a lot of different pitches <hes> against the top five lineup against lefties in washington so a good effort there from alex young arizona rocks strasbourg knocked corbett around. I think arizona overs are worth a look here. The rest the way the offense didn't lose many pieces. The pitching staff has the bullpen still kind of questionable so arizona over something i would look at here of course i've don awful on totals here so far this season but i would be looking for some of those spots play those arizona overs. The indians with a sweep of the angels joel's look. This is what the is going to do. This is going to be their m._o. They're gonna beat up on bad teams and they're probably going to lose close. Games or loose series did did a good teams at least until that starting rotation kind of stabilizes a little bit once they get corey kluber back. Maybe aaron savelli who goes tonight can be a guy for them. I'm but look you know twenty seven the runs in this series seven two to the indians winning home runs name created a high slugging percentage lineup like the minnesota twins. Jose ramirez has gotten going kipness going deep lineup one through nine. We'll see how august goes schedule does ramp up a little bit here for the try but they will keep doing this. They will keep beating bad teams if what they've done the last four years <hes> within this division and they'll do it again here this year they get the rangers this week and the twins next weekend so we'll see how that we set goes for them but i would expect them to do very well against the rangers here this week boss update in a while so let's do that and what i'm going to look at here. Ninety five mph plus bedded balls since june first so we're looking at the summer here when teams have really put on a big power display the league average since june first on bedded balls ninety five plus miles per hour five forty nine your top five yankees at six eighteen the braves five eighty six astros five eighty one indians five seventy seven rockies rockies five seventy five the astros struggle with this early in the year the indian struggle with this early in the air. They've gotten much better. Ramos in the yankees have been top five caliber all a year long. Then the rockies get going at chorus field here over the last couple of months teams six through ten mariners rangers marlins interestingly leonov red sox and blue jays getting top five in batting average on ninety five plus mph bed balls the bottom five the the milwaukee brewers at five zero seven so this has been a two month prolonged slump for that offense not making a lot of hard contact. That's a problem for them. The diamondbacks five twelve if you remember the diamondbacks over the first two months of the season one of the best teams in baseball on high-velocity contact back now when worst so that's that's how things kind of aggressive little bit here in this business as at five eighteen royals five nineteen eighteen padres five thirty to the rest of the bottom ten the tigers no surprise the minnesota twins interestingly enough nationals mets. That's an giants now. The league average wober weighted on base average on ninety five plus mph at balls since june first since inclusive of june first yankees seven eighty three braves seven fifty two mariners seven forty one. They're a high fly ball lineup. That's why why astros and indians at seven forty rest of the top five here the blue jays the twins dodgers red sox and rangers so the twins his seventh lowest batting average seventh-highest woven so they maximize their high-velocity contact when they do make it hit for a ton and of power lots and lots of home runs for them. That's why they have the high wolf. <hes> they probably also have a lower batting average from hitting a lot of fly balls and things of that sort the bottom five here by the royal six nineteen brewer six forty five once again the brewers not a lot of hard contact not a lot of power from that lineup here of late tigers white sox diamondbacks six fifty one rest in the bottom ten here the giants raise pirates mets and orioles orioles now the most ninety five plus mph batted balls since june first red sox with six thirty nine raise six. Oh nine twins five ninety four brewers five seventy seven five seventy six so that's what's interesting and i guess i misspoke there a second ago. The brewers have made a lot. A lot of hard contact their fourth in number of ninety five plus at balls. Just don't have the outcomes so maybe this is the lineup in line for positive regression. Maybe this is a lineup that will kind of get it going a little bit here offensively as they have some better fortunes on that high-velocity contact but part the problem here for the brewers. They hit a lot of ground balls and on ground balls. You don't produce wolpe. You don't produce extra base hits so the brewers stores. They're maybe not having the most optimal launch angle on those high-velocity batted ball so that is a big reason why they've had so many offensive struggles probably the braves. It's five seventy six rest of the top five here. Mets dodgers yankees blue jays and giants so blue giants. Maybe a lotta high-velocity contact here. Since since the start of june they'll bottom five the saint louis cardinals at four forty five. I've talked a lot about how bad their offense has been the last two months. This is why they're not making the high velocity contact at a high enough rate. You don't score runs when you don't hit the ball hard especially in today's day and age so that's something that has plagued the cardinals here over the last couple of months mariners four forty six tigers four forty eight reds four fifty two and white sox four fifty four rest of the bottom here marlins royals orioles phillies and diamondbacks with the fewest number of ninety. Five plus batted balls so with that in mine. Are there any positive or negative aggression candidates. I the brewers could be one but again they hit so many ground balls that such a challenge for them offensively to really get those damaging hits like the doubles in the home runs. I've been diamondbacks could be a little bit better as well here. They're not making a ton of high lost contact. They are bottom ten in number of ninety. Five plus batted balls but i would expect them to get better in the batting average department at five twelve. They've got some some guys can run a little bit. I can diamondbacks offense should be in line for some positive aggression. Here can sort of leading to what i mentioned earlier about playing over over with them on the blue jays offense. It's definitely gotten better. I think that's a sustainable trend not really a negative regression kid but i think that's sustainable with their young guys starting to make some some more hard contact there. I also think that you know the giants are probably in line to regress a little bit here and there already towards the bottom but i just not a big fan of that offensive team that personnel. I still think that they're rushing. Cat it the raise another one low on the wall beside because they they hit so many grumball's. I don't know if that changes at all. Maybe that changes a little bit with some of the new acquisitions they've made so maybe they're a little bit of positive aggression candidate here especially when you consider that they're second in number of ninety five plus petted balls since the start of june. What are they going to mention here today. Pitcher ground ball batting averages minimum of one hundred and fifty ground balls against the highest batting averages against adrian samson of texas three fourteen mike minor three thirteen both rangers. Why is that well that sunbaked infield in texas speeds up ground balls 'cause they're almost like super bowl. Those bouncy balls you get out of the little vending machines balls really go fast down there on the ground. I don't think this changes ages. It could change once we get the september if cools down a little bit we've seen a lot of really warm september's your of late so i think samson mike minor both continue to struggle on ground all balls. You've got <hes> oh boy. I guess geo gonzales up to ninety six <hes>. You've got aaron sanchez at two seventy five. You've got max freed at two sixty nine the other top ten here noah syndergaard stephen matt's i believe that sonny gray marcus stroman anzac f one so those are the highest batting averages on ground balls the lowest bureau kelly one seventy eight brent anderson one eighty two zac cranky one eighty four. Will this go up it could. The astros are a solid defensive team. I don't think there is good on the infield as arizona is probably going to associates strikeout increase to balance that out air noah one eighty nine hundred review one eighty nine others that are doing very well and ground balls kyle gibson. Yanni torino's wade miley l. e. joe musco beliefs castio dakota hodson miles nicholas so you know some of these guys doing very well. Some of these guys not doing so well endre balls but one guy that did stand out to me. Here is trevor bauer at two eleven one of the better ground ball batting average against in baseball. The reds are bad defensive. It's of infield but they're not the indians. I don't think so that could be a little bit of a problem increased hard contact more ground balls finding holes seeing a lot of reasons to be against trevor bauer here in his reds tenure until he gets settled in with everything aren't so good on the lines roll through some over the weekend not a ton of these. You're actually but on friday. We saw jose cantata money with fayed of zek davies. The regression monster has found zach davies. He's struggled late. The market has been fading him a lot and and they're finally getting rewarded for it very heavy kevin gallen money on friday that was braves in that one else would going for the reds would coming off the hi l. second start pitched much better than gossiping did as cincinnati took care of business in that one a lot of pitching changes throwing off numbers on friday and really that's probably gonna it'd be a theme here over the rest of the year as pitchers get scratched. They get moved back teams. Use openers both guys call up all kinds of shit. It's just gonna throw the market completely out of whack your with a lot of these pitching changes. We did see some james paxton money against edward r rigas and the red sox that kinda bounced around a little bit early. Eventually paxton took money off of the opening number heavyweight miley money on friday as well against u._c. Kukuchi and the mariners coochie has been awful against the a._l. West he's gonna neo four against everybody else and a big strikeout percentage increase so kukuchi against non aol west teams. Maybe not a bad bet here here as we go forward saturday a quiet day for moves big favorites like the twins raised and phillies became bigger favorites. We saw some money on the as like fires wires against dakota hudson. That was a winner but a pretty quiet day on saturday overall did see some money on sunday though here saw fayed of noah syndergaard that was with joe. Oh muster up on the mound for the pirates must grow with that low left on base percentage problem is he just doesn't get any better so i will see if money keeps coming when you not him. I'm certainly going to shy away from him. Brewers money against yu darvish that was adrian howser and that one a little bit surprised that there wasn't some buyback on the cubs with the day off for testing here of the brewers were a loser in that one kyle freely they actually took money as a favourite at home at chorus field against tyler beatty and the giants. I could never lay kyle freeland price at home against any team with a pulse but he was pretty good there in that starting in san francisco the money on patrick corbin that was a loser shane bieber got into a bigger favorite that was a winner justin berliner closed as high as minus four seventy three against seattle yesterday heritage dealing dollar wine plus three seventy three minus four seventy three as joep have something competitive for the love of god <hes> but in any event berliner was a winner there in that one <hes> then we start david price money on sunday night baseball against the yankees that was a loser and like i said i would sit price down. I would shut him down for the rest of the year. There's no equity no value in sitting him out there. You still owe him a ton of money. I shut shutdown. We'll see if the red sox do decide to do that monday. We're seeing jordan. Lyles money in a fade of dario agar's all agar's only big big e._r._a. To fifth area to exit discrepancy guy while city money makes sense but mad laying forty cents against anybody with the brewers right now is is a real challenge seeing money on spencer turnbull and the tigers against the white sox and lucas g alito a lot of fades g lido this year for a guy that really outside of pitching against premier offense has been really good and the tigers the farthest thing for a premier offense a little bit surprised by that move especially with turnbull just now coming off of the i l. heavy rick forcella money against mike montgomery and the royals <hes> we're seeing some kyle hendricks money bouncing around out there in the market against the as very right handed heavy oakland lineup hendrix dominates writings that would make some sense there to me and the braves twins game bouncing around a little bit best series here that we've got <hes> early in the week and you know we saw saroka pretty decent road favorite then we saw odor easy money now. The markets kinda settled in a little bit. That should be a real. Oh interesting series there those teams. I'll talk about here in a couple of minutes. I like the indians run mind tonight. Aaron savelli going up against the rangers. I don't think much of the rangers offense. I don't think much of mike minor either going up against a very right handed heavy cleveland lineup but my favorite player that night look this will lose more often than wins. I assure you of that. I promise you of that. It could lose fourteen to one. It wouldn't surprise me at all but i've gotta play baltimore tonight. I just just have to yankees off of that. Four-game sweep with four games and three days against boston rain delay rat last night pushed the game back in our they got the baltimore very very early in the morning. Look the yankees are up eight yeah. Maybe they want homefield over houston but they've played a lot of good teams zero late and they've they've handled themselves pretty well this week baltimore toronto baltimore again. This is basically a bye week for the yankees but you play eight games against boston last week and a half you play minnesota. You play some good teams. Now you play baltimore more and what the orioles suck. We all know that were real suck. They're terrible but this spot tonight is really bad for new york if they win so be it. They're the better team they're supposed to but i have to take the shot baltimore here tonight again playing boston so much the big statement series stories at home polish off the sweep blow up sale and price and the two games they started. You've gotta go with with baltimore tonight. I think and maybe you know masahiro tanaka pitches well. Maybe he figures it out but a lot baltimore i i have to the spot is just it's too good to pass on the return. That's is out there for baltimore and also to baltimore look. They played the yankees tough the last few years. They're nowhere near the yankees level but they hang in there. They get up for these series. I expect them to be up for this one. I don't know about new york again. Maybe talent just wins. I'll give me baltimore tonight. I just have to as he's income seriously preview the week ahead chris facet kyle hendricks tonight fred anderson john lesser tomorrow homer bailey jose canton on wednesday. This is a tough spot for the as you know. These are. Maybe not the guys you'd want to send out against the cubs. Although i don't know who the as would wanna send out against the cubs but in order to use chris davis's back he has to play in the outfield. He's terrible in the outfield so they're joining a couple of left easier definitely want to have him out there. Maybe he doesn't play tonight but he'll play tuesday and wednesday wednesday and he's not good out there just baby giraffe his way around the outfield so could be a higher scoring series or not just because of that <hes> because you've got the as the right hand and heavy lineup against a couple of left isn't less than cantata. Either cubs can have success here against all three of these pictures for oakland so it could be a higher scoring series at ridley. We'll see if i wind up with any side plays on it for right now. I don't think so but <hes> we'll see what happens here with the prices that get posted brains and twins mike saroka jake tonight. Max freed jose barea tomorrow. Kevin gosper martine peres on wednesday twins with the most barreled balls in the league. The braves with the second get most barreled balls in the league. The pitching matchup seem to favor the twins here though in this series i would think the new look braves. Pens should get a workout. The braves are pro. Plenty equipped to add a hitter for nearly. Maybe this series looks like the twins and yankees. It's certainly possible. These teams make tons of hard contact. Target field plays a little bit towards the batters in the summer months so maybe we get some runs here in this series. I'm not sure i'll have any side plays in this one but that's definitely an interesting series to say the least brewers and pirates jordan lyles dario agarwal tonight jason anderson stephen tomorrow zach davies trevor williams on wednesday. Look the brewers gotta figure this out otherwise they're gonna get buried in the central division. You've gotta beat a team like pittsburgh. That has just not been winning. Games was in the second half this. The pressure is on milwaukee here in this series and maybe that doesn't help them a whole lot but they're going to be a road favorite and all three games. I think they have to win these games. I don't know if they will but there's going to be that pressure that incentive for them to do it so we'll see if that creates any value to go against them or to go on them as their backs are up against the wall a little bit but look this is not a great week for games and series. Maybe the yankees are a little bit fatigued after the red sox series and the double header. Maybe baltimore underdog money lines the way to go in that series. I do think there's one spot here on wednesday the unions during a flat spot wednesday wednesday. It'll be lance lynn against mike clever. It's a day game. The indians play the twins starting thursday. That's the series they have circled. So i think wednesday they is a getaway day under gam. Can i suck at totals but i think that this is one where you want to look at the under here. Lyn versus clemenger <hes> i don't know with the price will look like on the side but i do think the under on wednesday the way to look there in that one. 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"Critics agree nora and the lost city of goal is the family film. You've been searching for it's packed with action full of surprises and will knock your boots off to discover a lifetime dora and the lost city of gold rated p._g. Now playing critics agree nora and the lost city of goal is the family film you've been searching for it's packed with action full of surprises and will knock your boots off a lifetime dora in the lost city of gold radio fiji now playing this statewide. I'm shawn crawford coming up this hour. The illinois river will be shut down during lock and dam construction work next year the leaves farmers who rely on it to ship grain in a bind will hear how farmers are being warned to plan ahead illinois. He's been losing college students to schools in some other states like carthage college in wisconsin. We are close to home that they can still get home on a random weekend again if they needed to but yet they're out of state so they're giving back going away to campus. Feel what can we do to stem the tide of falling enrollments. We'll find out more about what's known as the illinois innovation network and we'll hear how some rural communities are working to make sure they have access to fresh food food those stories and more this hour statewide critics agree nora and the lost city of gold is the family film you've been searching for it's packed with action full of surprises and will knock your boots off to discover a lifetime dora and the lost city of gold rated p._g. Now playing critics agree nora and the lost city of gold is the family film you've been searching for it's packed with action full of surprises and will knock your boots off to discover a lifetime. Dora in the city of gold radio fiji now playing welcome to state wide reports in conversations from in and around illinois. I'm shawn crawford coming up this our when students leave villanova to go to college. Educations are benefiting. We'll take a look at that. Issue also farmers who rely on the illinois river for shipping. We need to be prepared for a shutdown of the waterway next year. We'll hear more about that and food deserts. They're not just a problem for urban areas those who live in rural parts it's of illinois you're having difficulty finding places to shop for fresh produce what some towns are doing about it that and more coming up on this episode of statewide aw i this week the illinois legislature appropriated half a billion dollars to the university of illinois for an endeavor ever known as discovery partners institutes and the illinois innovation network that first part d._p._i. Requires building a new high tech facility in downtown on chicago. The second part illinois innovation network involves collaboration among all the four year public universities but will these projects really mean and how will the funds be divvied up our education reporter dusty rhodes said down with the university of illinois vice president ed sidell to find out try to explain this. It's like you're not at an academic conference to you're talking to a guy driving to track down the road. What is it so the illinois innovation network and the discovery partners institute suit are a collection of universities across the state so we're trying to create an environment that brings together partner every university in the state to major universities around the world to work together with companies to enhance what they can do and to increase entrepreneurship and create more companies in the state things like happened and the legislature has appropriated half a billion dollars so far for this. I mean in my world. That's a lot of money that is a lot of money and we're are really fortunate that the state i think has agreed to to support this activity and i think they're doing it because they see that by having not just the university of illinois but all all the four year public universities major laboratories like argonne national lab and then incredible international partners are coming together to assemble all the talent than we can muster to address some of the challenges that the state has some of the best universities in the world like who tel aviv university and in israel hebrew university versity also in israel carve university <hes> in the u._k. As ramaya medical university in in india those are the the current signed one. There are several others that are in discussions that i'm confident will be signed in time. It all sounds great but a lot of it sounds like things you coulda done anyway so has not something you could have done anyway. I mean the the one part. That sounds like it actually needed money to happen. Then is you're going to build a new building dp of the five hundred million dollars. That's coming from the state so roughly half of that is going into the site in chicago. <hes> and the other half is being being distributed in innovation centers or research centers across all of the four year public universities in the state. You're saying roughly half. The money will go to this building being in chicago so roughly. How much does each have get well so the d._p._i. Itself gets the most money <hes> and then so or bana <hes> champagne campus and chicago campus have roughly similar amounts of money in terms of how much they're getting which is how much one hundred million dollars. I don't know the exact figure now but so that gets us up to four fifty so then there's like fifty million laughed for dollars for for the other hubs so they're smaller amounts of money you but in each case there's something significant that's being done. Usually it's money. That's being used to renovate a space. It kind of sounds like you got a pizza and you're cutting eating it up. How did you figure out how much each have got well. I would say first of all the u. of i conceived this project but as a state wide project so from the the beginning we had in mind that we would involve other universities across the state so we did think about what we needed in order to build the site in chicago and then what we needed to support the programs that we have in mind at the different sites and we did a carve out of ten percent of this this money four other public universities and we intend to help them raise money in addition so it's not just we we think the five hundred million not not like a fixed pot. We're going to grow this over time hi. It's our feeling that the hubs are actually very happy that the university is reaching out to them to bring them in and say this is a statewide effort so we really think now. It's not a zero sum game. It's not a fixed pie. We're growing the pie because we're working together. Ed sidell is the vice president for economic development and innovation at the university of dylan. Oi ni spoke with our dusty rhodes. Illinois is the third state to require graduating high school. Seniors fill out what's known as the free application for federal. All student aid also known as fafsa form. Lee gains has more illinois is following in the footsteps of louisiana. Since mandating students complete fleet the form and their senior year of high school. Louisiana now has the highest fafsa completion rate in the country texas. Lawmakers passed a similar bill this summer state senator andy. Andy manar sponsored the legislation in illinois. It takes effect with the twenty twenty twenty one school year. He says the new law will encourage schools to work with students on their post high school plans hands minora. A central illinois democrat says that's important for low income students. It's going to break down those barriers for the students on the end of the spectrum drum today that don't have clear unambiguous path forward to what happens to them after high school illinois schools will still award diplomas to high school seniors. There's who can't complete the forum due to extenuating circumstances. I'm lee gained nearly half of illinois. Public high school graduates enrolled in four year universities -versities. Leave the state for college. The competition from out of state schools to attract illinois students is fierce illinois. Universities and colleges are hoping they you can start to win them back. Peter medlen has details a few years ago when he was going to york. Ville highschool matt pitic saw college recruiters roaming his school that surprised is them and made his friends laugh. They were recruiters from a university more than seven hundred miles away the university of alabama. I saw like we all just joked about like oh yeah university of alabama but then you look into like oh actually you know what maybe that's not a bad idea and it was the scholarships. They were willing to offer that got his attention. He says he's sending his a._c._t. A._c._t. scores and eventually received a letter telling him he'd gotten a full ride scholarship around a decade ago forty five first time illinois college students enrolled at the university of alabama fast forward today and the university has catapulted into the top ten out of state schools were illinois students go by twenty sixteen that forty-five had turned into four hundred sixty four new students a year one of my best friends on planes one other friends is from granite city and there's there's a lot of people what alvin from illinois according to the chicago tribune alabama gave full ride scholarships to two hundred and three illinois freshman in two thousand seventeen pit stick did apply to schools in illinois but they couldn't offer him close to what alabama did. I got nothing from <hes>. I mainly applied to university of illinois and then my other one was iowa state but university of illinois wouldn't give me anything at all alabama is not the only out of state school that is pounced on the opportunity illinois has struggled with budget impasses and funding ending cuts far and away the top school illinois students who leave is the university of iowa nearly seventeen hundred first time illinois college students enrolled there in two thousand sixteen another outlier in recruiting illinois students is carthage college. There are small private liberal arts school in kenosha wisconsin. It's about fifteen miles from on the illinois border but like iowa. They've been growing in the last few years last year. They welcome their largest freshman class. Ever the majority of students are actually coming seen from outside of wisconsin. I'm an illinois. Is that big draw. That's ashley hansen. She's the assistant vice president of admissions at carthage judge. She says around four hundred new illinois students have been coming to carthage every your for nearly a decade. We are close enough to home that they can still. We'll get home on a random weekend if they needed to but yet. They're out of states so they're getting that going away to campus. I feel so it's kind of you know the best of both worlds back in illinois students are still leaving at an alarming rate and enrollment at the state's public colleges and universities christie's which rely on state aid has taken the biggest hit. Some of this has to do with some external factors that aren't about the quality of institutions here critic kriton. Clay is the director of admissions northern illinois university. I don't want to deny the student opportunity to see themselves in another place accomplishing a particular thing interacting with all sorts of people. I don't want to deny that clay says that the university's new strategic enrollment plan puts them in a realistic position thrive but he says it'll take change. It's it's feasible but it's going to be uncomfortable. I look to the day that we turn the page and we become proactive and predictive. Even though illinois's out-migration problem doesn't look to be going going away anytime soon. He's glad that is having the necessary conversations to combat it. I don't think this is a conversation. That's that's taboo or a negative conversation as somebody's done something wrong. I think we should fight after what we care about moses that's our students and that's our our local populations earlier this year governor jay pritzker pritzker increased funding for the aim high grant program to help ease the exodus. It provides merit scholarships to illinois students at the state's public universities. I'm peter madeline. Emerging technologies are transforming the health care industry as we know it investors say hello to h tech a portfolio dedicated to capturing the significant growth potential of healthcare innovation learn more at robo global dot com slash h._t._c. Seven eleven has more drinks than times. You've been caught singing in your car and random lyrics stored in your brain combined choose from flavour-filled slurpy big gulp drinks chris coconut water energizing is in cold brew and hot coffee fresh organic cold press juices invigorating energy drinks cooling pure leaf iced tea refreshing dear part one hundred percent natural still in sparkling spring water plus many more only at participating seven eleven stores. You wanna make sure you don't miss our show a reminder that each week our podcast is available through the n._p._r. One app you can also find oliver oliver episodes at statewide show dot com president. Donald trump says he's very strongly considering considering a pardon for former illinois governor rod blagojevich. He spoke with reporters this week. Aboard air force one said blazevic was quote treated unbelievably unfairly unfairly blagojevich was charged with corruption then impeached and removed from office. He briefly appeared on trump's reality show the celebrity apprentice before he was convicted by a jury and sentenced to fourteen years in prison trump's. Not the only politician who thinks blagojevich received too much time illinois senator dick durbin. A democrat is previously said he would support a shorter sentence illinois governor. Jay pritzker has ordered a review of child welfare services. After the high profile deaths of several children earlier this year steph whiteside reports that review revealed sweeping problems with the department of children and family services in late march a child welfare worker visited the family home of nine year old byron casanova in johnston city. He and his three siblings weren't removed. Despite the social worker expressing concerns about the environment four days later byron casanova was dead the intake workers there the tuesday before <hes> <hes> noted some things in the house and said that he was concerned about the cleanliness of the house. This is police chief william stark. He says he saw only one mattress for four four children and two adults. There was no crib for byron's infant sister when i got there on saturday. If that's how it looked i was very concerned about the clintons. Spiring casanova isn't the only child who has died this year. A report showed that he and his other brother were doing okay inside their home. You've probably heard the heartbreaking details around asia's and former family friends say a._j. Friend in the span of three years the department of children and family services investigated gated the deaths of one hundred and two children who had previously been in contact with the agency stark says he didn't know the d._c._f._s. was investigating the cazenove family. Stark says police in this small community could have kept and closer eye on the family. If they'd known there were concerns about drugs and neglect we have have confidential sources. We can rely on. We have neighbors that can talk a lot. We have tools we can use if we only would know about it that we needed to put those tolls in us stocks speaking out about the case to try and increase communication between child welfare workers and law enforcement byron's family had been referred to intact family services says that's a voluntary program to keep children with families while they receive help but families aren't required to work with them. That's one of the areas examined in a report from chapin hall. Ah policy research center at the university of chicago dana winer worked on the report which came out this may illinois removes fewer kids from their homes than any other child welfare system in the country so that means that we have a pretty high threshold for removing child that that isn't necessarily a bad thing but the chapin hall report said that d._c._f._s. workers they talked to didn't think that recommending removal would be supported by courts or supervisors it even in cases where they thought it was appropriate. The report also found that if parents don't want to cooperate with intact there is no easy way to refer the case back to investigators for further review. One of the concerning things that we found is that in those cases there's no loop or or pathway back <unk> to monitoring that case revisiting whether the referral was appropriate the chapin hall report came shortly after a report from the auditor general that report it found that between two thousand fifteen and twenty seventeen the department investigated one hundred into child deaths those all involve children who died of suspected abuse sir neglect and had previously been in contact with d._c._f._s. so should d._c._f._s. be more proactive in removing children from situations where they suspect abuse or neglect not necessarily the chapin hall report recommends revisiting removal standards but others involved in child welfare reform and say this needs further study. The department has committed to making many of the recommended changes. Whiner says a written plan provided by d._c._f._s. includes includes a commitment to changing internal procedures and structures as well as hiring forty three new investigators in johnston city stark hopes that future tragedies can be prevented prevented their whole goal is of course reunification is to get the kids back to the parents. I appreciate that i understand that i think that needs to be he there <hes> but i think that the child's will being needs to be looked at before all else byron casanovas brothers and sister were removed from the home in june. Parents of byron's classmates began fundraising for a memorial bench in a local park that his friends and siblings can visit to remember him steph whiteside l. annoy newsroom. The illinois state fair has begun. It's ten day run in springfield. The fair is an agricultural events and there's plenty more to do as well including pudding grandstand shows and a lot of food. The fares also offering a discount on admission for some weekdays. You can check the fears website to get all the details once. It's the illinois state fair is complete. The coin state fair begins in southern illinois. That's later this month just ahead on statewide her monica therapy how it can help those with respiratory problems. That's coming out. Emerging technologies are transforming the health care industry as we know it investors say hello to h tech a portfolio dedicated to capturing the significant growth potential of healthcare innovation learn more at robo global dot com slash h. t. e c and no an ad from dad right save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive gotta take these off right. What is this this. That's good wow. Where did you get this. I'm talking to you with the hair yeah. 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That's nashville based singer songwriter and harmonica player extraordinary christianssen janssen the three time academy of country music award nominee suffers from asthma and three years ago signed on to become the national spokesman for a program called harmonicas for health breath. It's an effort designed to help those with breathing difficulties improve quality of life by regularly blowing into what's known by some older users as a mouth harp one such disease east chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder or c._o._p._d. Is the third leading cause of death with an estimated twenty. Four million suffers in the united states alone on the third tuesday of each month a half dozen or so central illinois residents all with breathing difficulties gathering conference room at saint joseph medical center's cardiopulmonary israel pulmonary wings all sitting up straight feet flat on the floor shoulders back remember in here the darker numbers numbers are actually your breathing in and then the numbers that are outlined. You are breathing out crissy. You're blowing day. Craft is leading the group all puffing arduously into harmonicas supply to them for free by o._s._f. Craft says good posture is a must for improved breathing. We really try to focus focused on really breathing deeply <hes> making sure that they're using their full lung function. This is kind of just like different spin that we throw on top of playing a harmonica tame beautiful music practicing better breathing techniques is designed to help craft says the harmonica therapy also creates a positive social activity for each individual joel. The goals of it really are to try to keep people not only socializing with everybody but also focusing on that deep breathing whether you have pulmonary hypertension pretension or c._o._p._d. Or something like that you really really want to try to show them that using the harmonica bum sucking in allowing out out really is going to try to help with that c._o._p._d. In the pulmonary hypertension four monica players is steve peterson. The retired rural mclean county resident has played harmonica like a for years and has been coming to the monica therapy sessions since they began nearly a year ago he helps a first time participant learn how to hit the correct notes to when when the saints go marching in you know the song so it was like well you got to find the right new orleans that didn't right would that is right so once you find it rains singer back to that spot ah you're look. We don't sound anything like that. No you know the campfire for fifty years. Peterson says he's been battling breathing problems for years but doctors have set him straight on just what to expect. I got diagnosed five years ago. I fifty percent lung function. I'm about thirty percent so i i don't have any illusions that this extend my life and i'm gonna live dalai and five but it does make you feel better so that's the key you know and i mean whether it's this or respiratory rehab cardiac rehab. It makes you feel better. Which is the key daily living with chronic disease the group practice on simple tunes to help ease the stress on the harmonica playing newbies facilitator. Jessica craft says some of the simplest and easiest to learn songs are holiday itunes christmas songs. We have up on the house top deck the halls richardson at night as a ah. We've tried that before the ready for the warming lyn scott who played silent knight shrugged off the appraise. She said she comes to the monica therapy because it helps her feel less isolated meet a lot of people that are kind of in the same boat as you are so that makes you feel not right so like you're the only one because none of my friends have issues again. Make sure she'll sign at night. In the rear view mirror the group dials back the degree of difficulty difficulty bell all the way back good. That was good all right. How do we feel dizzy all right well. Hey you know what that comes with it. So oh just make sure we're practicing our personal breathing throughout this whole thing okay in through that no smell the flowers will out through the mouth blown out that birthday candle afterwards afterwards if you are not out of breath in some way shape or form lightheaded dizzy something like that even though please do not continue doing it if you are busy. Okay just stop whenever we need to but typically if you experience any type of symptoms or something you are doing it correctly you are. You're exercising. Those lungs like you need to mary. Jo brag of lexington says she has noticed improved interbreeding after taking just two sessions of the therapy kind of makes me a little more conscious of how i should be in haley next hailing <hes> uh-huh yeah i think so i think it does help at the end of each session. Craft asks the group. If they're willing to share any concerns they have about their chronic. Health conditions brag says she's struggling with the high humidity and how that adds to the struggle of getting by in hot weather peterson says the heat and humidity caused him to miss out on an important family outing. May families want to see the cubs was doing because his ninety degrees so i can't make it from the train station station wrigley field and update my seat because i get free. They'll be hyperventilate and call nine one one. You know so. I stay over in europe. <music> exercise physiologist and facilitator jessica craft says the group is looking to expand monica therapy group sizes. She says though they're designed for people coping with breathing issues. That's not a prerequisite. She says sessions are open for anyone and their free the more people to attend the more beautiful the music. She says she smiles coyly. She describes the result that way beautiful music. 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Welcome come to the future of education strayer university out with the old school square university certified to operate by chef babies as young as a year and a half old expect those they view as leaders to intervene when they see someone not being treated fairly that's according to some new research from the university camila roy. It was published in the journal proceedings of the national academy of sciences. The findings add to the growing evidence that children in their second year of life have a well-developed phillips understanding of social hierarchies and power dynamics to learn more christine herman spoke with the lead researcher renee byer john a psychology professor at the infant mm front cognition lab you advise urbana campus. The idea that like a young child would be frustrated if wronged dot was well established. I think all parents in the universe would believe that but what we're asking is not whether the child will be frustrated. Take that little victim whose toy was stolen what we were asking here is about the response of the leader so the parent or the daycare a teacher so what we're showing these that when these transgressions occurred her babies evaluate parents and other leaders and say well you saw this transgression. You know this is not fair. Are you going to do something about it. And if you don't then you you are shirking our responsibilities and it makes you less leader less of a parent. So how did you actually go about studying this because a one and and a half year old can say hey that's unfair. How do you actually measure when a baby feels that something they're viewing is not fair so we'd take advantage here. You're of a very well established methods. That's used by many researchers in the field. It's called the violation of expectation methodists looking time methods and and like most methods that are used with babies it takes advantage of babies natural response so in today life when baby see something unexpected so they are looking at the world events are on folding. They're trying to predict how the events will progress when something doesn't go as expected affected they tend to look longer at it because it means their little model of the world wasn't quite right. The expected a and they see be so something in is wrong. They have to revise their model of the world so that next time they better predict events so in this case what we showed them is a leader who intervenes when seen within group transgression and leader who doesn't intervene and babies look longer when the leader doesn't intervene when the protagonist is a non leader as i said they look equally at the fans so it's not that they prefer interventions in general and so you want it's only when the protagonist is a leader that we see that expectation what this is telling us is that babies have a very abstract tracked expectation of leaders authority figures babies evaluate others constantly with reference to are you acting acting fairly. Are you showing proper in group support or you acting in accordance with your responsibilities as a leader and you are either a good one or a not so good one. This is so fascinating to just think about how the minds of babies work and how they early operate very similarly to adults even at such a young age. It's fascinating. They're born with these initial expectations but then in each culture makes makes decisions about exactly how to implement them which wants to give more emphasis to or when they suggest different courses of action which ones should be given priority. Do you go with in group support or do you go with fairness for example and in some cultures you you have to go with in group support over fairness so there's rampant nepotism in other cultures. You go to jail if you do that. Fairness is considered more important but but what's interesting is what's this universal picture of human moral cognition that babies are born with that kind of orient them to think in the right way about their social world and then they will learn from their cultures exactly you know what to pay attention to how to implemented demented and so on very fun research that you have is psychology professor rene buyers john speaking with christine herman pregnant women indeed stay healthy to keep themselves and their babies safe for those struggling with drug use could be extra difficult addiction treatment for pregnant. Women is rare but as sara fence vinton with saint louis public radio reports clinic wants to make sure moms to be get the help they need twenty. One year old be grew up in saint louis. She started using using opioids when she was sixteen. After moving around the country and trying to quit several times she came back hoping for a fresh start but she had untreated mental health problems and after a few months she started using again she had a chest cold one day and went to urgent care. A nurse called her over and said they needed to talk and i just it didn't really know if it was true. <hes> it was really scary. It was really scary be was fourteen weeks pregnant and she he was still using heroin and fitting all. I knew i wanted to be a mom for sure but i didn't know how it's going to be able to do that when i was in the middle of a really dark time for myself. We're not using these name to protect her privacy. She knew she needed help for her baby and treat her addiction with her mom. She found a clinic at washington university which treats pregnant women with substance use disorder so i think it was about maybe fifteen minutes later. I got a call back from the doctor that i still see now. It was jeanie kelly the medical director of the care clinic it open last year to help patients like be who need addiction treatment treatment along with pregnancy care. We wanted to create a one. Stop shop for these patients. Kelly says there's a shortage of addiction treatment for all people who need help but that need it is especially acute for moms. Some doctors drop their patients when they find out they're pregnant. We've even seen patients who had established relationships with a <hes> doctors and providers treaties orders who to the intel them when they're pregnant. Were no longer able to take care of you every week. Patients meet with specially trained neonatologist tallest counsellors and psychiatrists they can get medicine like buprenorphine and methadone that helps manage addiction. Kelly says pregnancy allows doctors to help women who might but not otherwise seek treatment and they're seeking medical attention potentially for the first time in years but represents a great opportunity entity to basically connect with these patients from the medical community. She says patients with addiction are more likely to be dealing with other problems that keep them from going to the doctor and staying on track. That's where brittany von comes in. I am literally there for them off day like <unk>. Some patients text me phone. Call me <hes> i'll talk talk to each patient at least once a week. Vaughn's official title is nurse navigator but patients at the care clinic know her as a person who helps them get whatever they need that could be helping them find housing transportation or getting insurance approval for their medicine. Sometimes she'll just listen. They're used to being so judge that they think that everybody's judging them so when i noticed that myself and my co workers we don't really there to support them. That makes a world of difference like you can tell when someone interest you. Von was business be was worried about what the neonatal intensive care unit was going to be like about half of babies born to women at the clinic need to visit the nick you to get treated for withdrawal symptoms so that was scary like i've never been and never seen little tiny babies in little boxes. Von von arranged a tour of the knick. You so be won't be so nervous. That kind of support is important after women give birth to that's when the risk of relapse is the highest and why the clinic psychiatrists these patients for months after they deliver but pregnancy is also a powerful motivator that was true for be like now now on living to give her a life. You know that a different life than i had. She gave birth to her baby a few weeks ago. She says they're both tired tired but they're doing okay. I'm sarah fenton saint louis public radio <music> mole more statewide just ahead. Mowing food deserts what some are trying to do about the problem. That story is on the way <music>. Now is the chance to use reliable energy to grow your money with the dominion energy reliability investment. Our new investment product offers competitive ed returns no maintenance fees and flexible online access to your money. Make the reliable investment in reliable energy the dominion energy reliability ability investment to find out more go online to reliability investment dot com. That's reliability investment dot com what does real feel like this summer at seaworld orlando. It feels amazing. Your inner superhero ignites as you plunge down. New infinity falls the world's tallest drop your eyes. Go wide with wonder as you meet your friends at the new sesame street land and your heart races as electric ocean lights. If the knife don't miss some rich fueled orlando the fifty dollars on select ticket world real feels amazing this a statewide on the way the illinois river will be shutting down to barge traffic for a few months next year. We'll find out about the work to be done. How farmers are getting prepared next. People have been leaving rural midwestern areas for decades and it's not just population loss often fresh food sellers move away to there might be some hope though tim shelly reports on how four central illinois towns or fighting for fresh food as well as community survival u._s. department of agriculture defines a food desert is a census tract the one of low income people or low access to grocery store rural areas. Here's warren ten miles from a grocery. Store qualifies a food desert. The nonprofit organization feeding america says two point four million rural households face hunger and seventy five. I percents counties with the highest rates of food. Insecurity are in rural areas. This includes central illinois several roles of senior only grocery stores disappear in recent years. Here's delvin finer foods burned down five years ago leaving tazewell county community without a grocery store. No one rebuilt it in february of this year. Manek's exc rosenbach grocery closed for good chris. Merritt is director of the institute for rural fares at western illinois university. He says many stores have been able to weather the hauling out of rural america. Grocery stores have always been a narrow profit margin industry to begin with very competitive and quite simply there are grocery stores in small towns that have just gone out of business teller general stores and gas station convenience stores filled the void many small towns leading to at one expert calls else food swamps rarer than food deserts because they sell food but it's frozen or canned and not fresh. Sean park is the program manager at the institute. The value added sustainable development center. He says in many cases dollar general goods are just cheap enough to drive out pot grocers what happened then is the unique unique left with. Nobody sells fresh produce fresh me. Those types of items park says he's trying to help to lan delvin. Prince phil and mount don't plaski bring back fresh food in principle. The village foods grocery store closed about a year ago. Mayor jeff trautmann's as a school district survey to assess village food wants and needs guard more than four hundred responses principles school district three twenty six superintendent shan dueling in principle state bank are working with sean park in the value added sustainable development center to open a co op grocery store run by the school district and assisted by students park to students in the high schools agricultural actual program could sell their food and store and soon special needs could work there. Meanwhile jim nolan is working open ben and julie's and converted hardware store in tucson who long in addition to fresh food nolan says a store will have a deli a cafe and a delivery service and this age of convenience nolan says it's not enough to be only a grocery. We live in a world of in looks conveniences demand that not only in big cities but also small towns whistler noise camara agrees. He says a small town loses something more than just a source of food when a grocery store goes under its social center can be a real gut punch if you will when <hes> a small town loses its grocery store because it's it's more than simply placed by serial opening a grocery store. Small town requires more than a blend of services. This tori doll hof is the world development coordinator for the greater purely economic development council kind of a all hands on deck approach. That's needed where it's community supported but it's also driven by technology and innovation to really come up with some different and new models that don't exist yet. Dollhouse says the s._e._c. focuses on building supply chain from farm dinner table. He says the reason already has farmers growing specialty crops mills processing raw materials and community grocery store selling the the final product but they're in coordinated early great low productivity but it's not happening in any real scalea that could feed more people u._s. E._p._a.'s local foods local places program might also help develop a supply chain pure mount pulaski and logan county are among fourteen selected communities nationwide doll off says he hopes having an urban and rural community in the year long program jerry new solutions to food insecurity. Jim nolan of two lan says smoking younis a mid sized towns bounds must find a niche as major cities attract more talents with the answer but the first step is to focus on don't fall towns can ultimately the fate of grocery stores in rural america may be ties. The fate of small towns themselves. I'm tim shelley. Next year could prove a challenge for farmers who rely on shipping commodities along the illinois river. A big portion of the river will shut down for an estimated four months in late spring and summer of twenty twenty. It's being done to repair six locks and dams kirby wagner's with the illinois farm bureau and says his organization is urging farmers to plan ahead well. I think anybody who relies on river. Transportation is going to have an inch. They're gonna need to reroute redetermine <hes> and planned clan <hes> to not be able to use the river for up to four months <hes>. I think that these closure can cause us problems. I do think there's alternative <hes> but i think it's gonna be a bigger problem. Ooh glands aren't made <hes> before twenty twenty gets here. Will you talked about <hes> some of the problems that they might that might occur that. Is that problems getting the materials else. They need through. Were getting you know anything that they need to get to market. <hes> is that going to be more of a problem. I would guess that it's going to be more in the market side of things <hes> a lot of the inputs and a lot of the other things that come up river a lot of those suppliers are planning for massive amounts storage <hes> they're planning to bring in a little bit more than normal <hes> and hold onto those inputs now on the green side of things and everything is going to go down the river. That's where the problems are probably gonna occur. We're gonna need to find new ways to get things <hes> south i think lewis and <hes> down into new orleans or throughout the country and i think that that's where the real issues a lot i saw some of the scheduling that had been put out by <hes> the army corps of engineers and it seemed as though they were trying to avoid some of the busiest times including a trying to get most of the work wrapped up before harvest time but <hes> there's gonna be an overlap most likely yes record did a great job of putting <hes> putting their heads together with navigation industry to say hey when when we do these closures <hes> and they're going to close six o'clock so instead of doing one closure every year they're doing them all at once <hes> and so that seems to be more productive instead of having a shutdown several ever years in a row and then additionally the timing of it is important <hes> they believe from their data that that is the lower shipping period <hes> <hes> and in coordination with the flood and they want to make sure that the lost ark flooded out while they're doing the work so they kind of coordinated the approach and get uh online around those factors you talked about planning ahead and that's something that <hes> farmers are going to have to probably do next year. What are some of the things that you're advising acing them to be prepared for that well first of all we want to make sure that they're getting with their their regional marketers and and those who are we're helping them do they're planning for the year <hes> and work saying hey you just get together with him ahead of time so that you have a plan if you're really relying on transportation listen to move everything you got <hes>. We're gonna need to find some alternative methods so <hes> we think it's a real regional impact. <hes> while most of the states would be affected acted within those who writes over really do smart for those that don't really follow the navigation of the illinois river this work. Mark wants a temporary headache. There's definitely going to be some long term benefits to getting some of these locks replaced absolutely so somebody's locked exceeded their life by <hes> by you know maybe twenty five to fifty years depending on which to lock it is <hes> and so with that fact these locks dwayne so no kidding things all the way down the river. <hes> is causing delays because of how slow these locks triple function so sometimes you're seeing an extreme delay just to get all the way through the system and it's causing issues with your delivery so having these lots working properly will help get get commodities move down the river more effectively. Do you think there's gonna be any type of market. Impacts first prices than i is that is going to be that disruptive. It's possible <hes> the you know there's factors. There's that that could change what i say ten minutes the market could be impacted. Yes <hes> the the marketing folks that we talked to. You seem to think that that there's gonna be <hes>. There's gonna be a spot for the green to go <hes> but you got another year that a lot of factors but change anything that we say today. We need to have our locks updated. <hes> and i think it's easily forgotten about. I think most people realize that yes tamales move on the river but just how important our system is <hes> to agriculture. <hes> and store really guided locker getting updated. Kirby wagner is assistant director of infrastructure and transportation for the illinois farm bureau. We talked to him about about work along the illinois river next year that will cause a temporary shutdown of river traffic. You can find out more at our website. Statewide show dot com scifi saifi writers have long warned us about the dangers of modifying organisms remember jurassic park but new futuristic gene editing technologies are becoming the reality and madeleine beckwith harvest public media talked with researchers about how to present the new tools to along skeptical public. This is the sound sound of giant locusts attacking towns and illinois gathering in mine. It's from a nineteen fifty. Seven movie called the beginning of the end. Basically a scientist use radiation to make giant fruits and veggies pesky grasshopper scott in eight some radioactive stuff accelerated immediately that is they started to grow abnormally fast giant killer locusts probably aren't that big of a threat but the movie demonstrates our long held fear of messing with nature but a real life revolt against gene editing came up when the public found out just how much food was being genetically modified. If if you put something out where the public is comfortable with it. It's not it doesn't matter what the sciences wants. Their mind is made up. They're not comfortable with it. It can be very hard to reverse it. Stephen stephen moose researches and teaches crop genetics at the university of illinois. He says that the fear of g._m._o.'s might have been avoided if the public had been led into decision making processes processes from the beginning and he says we should do that with new gene editing technology like with crisper something that makes it easier to edit jeans or with this kind kinda crazy thing called gene drive so gene drive is a case where you alter the outcome of inheritance. There are rules and you can. If you understand how that process works you can make violate the rules so let's say we edita mosquito gene so it's born with a trait that's bad for it even kills it usually baby skaters born without that trait would survive and takeover evolution evolution but what if we make it so one hundred percent of offspring get that killer trait. That's gene drive eventually. It basically creates. It's a dead end. Genetic debt in the population collapses in maybe decades off from regulatory approval. Researchers are making baby steps. It's like with water hemp in palmer amaranth. Some of the nastiest weeds midwest farmers battle the university of illinois patrick channel studies the plants and is looking into into using gene drives on them but let's be clear. He's nowhere near a finished product. They're just now trying to find the genes that they'd eventually need to edit so yeah. I mean we're a long ways away at this point and any approved gene drive will likely require some sort of fail-safe or kill switch to make sure it doesn't wipe out a species so it's not our goto radical water him from the face of the earth. Nobody wants to do that. Even though it's a weed i'm sure it has some benefits to some organism somewhere somewhere but channel says this research is important because it could help overcome herbicide resistance reduce the need for herbicides like roundup and cambe and help us produce as more food for a growing world along a similar vein. Omar akbari at the university of california san diego is researching how to use gene drives to potentially really deal with an invasive fly and it certainly sounds like the star of a sci-fi thriller drosophila suzuki it infests fruits and berries a a pretty intense way females have serrated ova positive her essentially it's like a knife that is on their posterior end and it enables them to dab the fruit with this knife and inject their eggs into the fruit eggs inside a fruit are hard to kill but akbari says they're looking at other ways to handicap the fly beyond gene drive because that tech is so far off still he in channel and moose agree. The public needs to come along on these early steps for gene drive to ever be tried in the field. They're not even asking for full support. 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GSMC Book Review Podcast Episode 168: Interview with Susanna Calkins

GSMC Book Review Podcast

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GSMC Book Review Podcast Episode 168: Interview with Susanna Calkins

"Here it comes again lunch. Lippi the same old same old or you ready to take a vacation from the ordinary with the new Jamaican Jerk Turkey sub at firehouse subs freshly sliced smoked Turkey breast crave ably sweet mustard sauce and a hint of Carribean seasoning just five fifty five remedium save time order the new Jamaican Jerk Turkey sub on the firehouse subs APP firehouse subs enjoy more subs save more lives participating locations limited time only plus tax prices vary delivery the golden state media concepts bring you book review podcast by haven for bookworm of all ages and the whitest genres from mystery to memoirs romance to Comedy Fantasy Scifi. Uh If you love to read this is the podcast it's the Golden State media concepts book review podcast. Hello and welcome to the G. S. M. C. Booker New podcast brought together G._M._C. podcast network. I'm your host. Sarah and I'm excited to be here on this Tuesday to talk about a another book and to have another author interview. This book is a mystery. It's set in nineteen twenty nine so we're at the height of prohibition where right before the <hes> the stock market crash that caused the Great Depression and this book is by Susanna Culkin's it is called murder knocks twice and I do have copies to give away of this book so if you after the interview think you might be interested in getting a copy of this book then just stay tuned to the end of the podcasting. You'll find out how to win. A copy of murder knocks twice by Susanna Calkins. The synopsis is as follows follows. Gina Ritchie takes on a job as a cigarette girl to earn money for her ailing father and to prove to herself that she can hold her own at Chicago's most most notorious speak easy the third door. She's enchanted by the harsh glamorous world world she discovers the sleek socialites sipping bootlegged cocktails the rowdy ex-servicemen playing poker in a curtained back room the flirtatious jazz pianist and the brooding photographer all overseen by the Club's imposing owner Seniora Castelo aw Casta laws oh excuse me but the staff buzzes with whispers about Gina's predecessor who died under mysterious circumstances and the photographer Mardi warns her to be careful when Marty is brutally murdered with Gina as the only witness she's determined to track down his killer. What secrets did Mardi capture on his camera and who would do anything to destroy them? As Gina Searches for answers. She's pulled deeper into the shadowy truth hiding behind the third door so that is the mystery murder knocks twice. It is so much fun. I really enjoyed this book. I loved the setting and if you are a regular listener of the podcast you know I've been talking a lot. What about the Mazy dubs series which is it starts right around the same time the end of the twenties beginning of the thirties and while there aren't there a lot of similarities except for women in this era solving mysteries as you know kind of independent women <hes> I just I'm fascinated with this time period and in fascinated by the differences so there are some similarities because they both have <hes> references to World War One of course and the consequences of that war <hes> so many young men were killed so many people were killed in that war and then how that affected life and culture going forward but the of course the major difference is that <hes> the United States has prohibition ambition? It's set in Chicago rather than London and whereas Maisy Dobbs is kind of this proper formal Englishwoman Gina is a Chicago <hes> Chicagoan sent right. She's Irish Italian. It's the twenty got some. You've got some great slang and <hes> things that maisy dobson her proper English would never say so you get this really interesting look of two women solving mysteries in <hes> somewhat similar circumstances but in very different locations <hes> in the same time period so I really found that fascinated and the book itself is just interesting. It's got some humor it's got great <hes> <hes> descriptions of the speak easy and this time period especially Chicago in this time period where Al Capone is still a major figure people <hes> he's not he's a character in the books insofar as he was present in the life of Chicago and everybody knew his name and new have his supposed activities etc so he's kind of a character in the book but you know not doesn't actually make an appearance and then just the fascination be behind the the bootleg liquor the the rum runners etc.. I found the whole thing fascinating but as you know I was history major and this was way better than the books I had to read about Chicago in history classes where we learned all about the insane sane political machines of Chicago during throughout its storied history. This was a lot more fun to learn about a period of time in Chicago so again. The book is murder knocks twice. It is by Susanna Tokens and let's go ahead and get to that interview. View with Susannah C can hear more about the book in the series from Susanna herself. Hello Susannah welcome to the PODCAST. Hi thanks for having me excited to be here. I I'm excited to have you here to talk about. Your Book. Murder knocks twice before we get to the book though <hes> I would love for myself and my listeners just to get to know you a little bit so if you could share a bit about yourself I live just outside Chicago. I grew up in Philadelphia and <hes> I have a couple kids couple of cats and I. I've been joying writing for a long time. I'm in I'm a historian by training so I do like to bring in the history as I think we'll talk about <hes> into my books yet and <hes> you you teach history is that correct well actually. I'm a director of our learning and Teaching Ching Center at my university <hes> but I do teach some classes in history every year I teach a graduate class in history philosophy of higher education which actually when I was working in the archives interested in the context for murder knocks twice <hes> so yeah I teach one one graduate class in history year in some Undergrad classes from time to time okay well. Thank you for that so <hes>. Let's let's talk. Talk about that book then <hes> can you give us a quick overview of murder knocks twice yeah so Murdoch's twice is set in nineteen twenty nine Chicago of an Setina speakeasy and <hes> my protagonist mistreat Richie is he's basically starting her first day on the job as a cigarette seller in a cocktail waitress so we enter this world in this on the same day that she does and right away she finds it people they are no her and she's never known them she sort of mysterious questions going on and <hes> going to ensue the kind of get a mystery started but one of them being that she's filling the position of a of a young woman woman Dori who was killed under mysterious circumstances in so there's a lot of questions right from day one of what she's doing there and what happened to Dory. There's a lot of questions and a lot of <hes> you know we we. We don't talk about that. We don't talk about Dory immediately. You know something happened right away. You know try to raise questions. You know this is already a strange new world for her. Gina is not someone who is very wealthy. She's working class. <hes> in her father is unwell and really can't hold a position on her mother passed away when she was younger. Her brother died in the Great War and <hes> she's she's got to make a living and the kitchen she had been working at had closed and so you know this position. She was told about this position so she decided she would try it out but you know this is this is not the kind of place usually frequence because you have to have sort of you have to have money or someone to take you there <unk> expensive to go to a speakeasy and so <hes> <hes> you know I wanted her to sort of try to figure out this world in the same way as the readers like what is this world. <hes> yeah that that that's one of my favorite parts of the story is just the the setting is amazing because it is a really interesting time in history right before the Great Depression but we're still in <hes> prohibition and plus. It's in Chicago which has a very <hes>. Let's just say shady past in terms of <music> <hes> politics and crime exactly you know when I was making a decision about where my new series would be set when it would be said I when I I'm a transplant and as I mentioned into Chicago and <hes> <hes> you know when I first got to Chicago one of the first things I mean of course you Kinda Chicago. Twenty is still very lived history here. I mean everything's about alcohol I mean of course he's outside of that but you just hear that right away and you know I and you know this. You know it's still around. I mean even when I talk about when I talk about when I was still writing. The book talk about going to be putting out a book in Nineteen Twenty Nine Chicago people have book clubs for my other. Take Oh well. You know I got this story. My great grandmother used to cut out capone hair or where they were runners off of Lake Michigan. I mean it's amazing to me. How lived <hes> you know? The prohibition culture release still is or people people have these kind of passed on memories about it which I just found so interesting very unlike my previous series than seventeenth century London just a little more distant began to the nineteen was equally interesting time period very for me in a lot of ways see. I'm not the only one who thought this was an interesting time period I when I get to interview people who <hes> have similar interests to me and I can totally geek out whether I do that actually on the podcast or just in my head remm like historian yeah. I don't get out much. It is time to take our first break of the podcast when we come back. We'll be talking about <hes> SUZANNAH's in inspiration. Excuse me for this series so stay tuned. You're listening to the G._M._C. Booker looker. You podcast and I'll be right back. Let's say you just bought a house. Bad News is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. You'll probably mow the lawn ask. 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A._M._C. movie podcast. It's your ticket to the latest movies. Whether it's a new blockbuster event romantic comedy or action flick this show has got it all covered. They talk some what to go see now. Don't bother what's hot on Netflix and everything in between that's G._S._M.. See PODCASTS DOT com back slash movie dash podcast. It's all about the movies it has to be this new show don't forget to like them on facebook and follow them on twitter visit G._S.. MC PODCASTS DOT COM for more INFO mm-hmm welcome back to the emceed booker new podcast and my interview with author Susanna Culkin's about the first book in her speak easy <unk> series called murder knocks twice. Let's go ahead and get back to that interview. So what was your inspiration than to start the series. Well I think we inspiration was I really was thinking about nineteen twenties and I I really always have been interested in sort of the roaring twenties I mean I like music in the films from the area like the cocktail. You know that'd be Kinda Fun on the reason I said it in nineteen twenty nine which was not original choice originally thought about nineteen thirty <unk> the great stock market crash of October. I originally was set in nineteen thirty but asked Frenetic Year of nineteen twenty nine that lasted a sparkling year where people people don't know there's this crash coming. Although there are some indicators which you know regular people don't know but you know other people knew and I just thought it would be so interesting to set of course nineteen twenty nine at Chicago. History is the Saint Valentine's Day massacre. Occur which is the other big marker of nineteen twenty nine and while gangsters aren't huge part of the book you know there is you can't really get around gangs the prohibition era and <hes> Yes to me it was just so intriguing rigging to sink about how where to put a speakeasy to and what was going on in nineteen twenty nine so many so much warfare not just between gangs Irish gangs gangs Serbia. I mean there's a lot of gangs <hes> what what where exactly to place the speakeasy. I thought a lot about that because different parts of the city had different things going on. I sat side of Chicago which is where the University of Illinois Chicago campuses now that campus was created in this neighborhood in nineteen sixty so it essentially <hes> disrupted all the neighborhoods that were there prior which is quite terrible actually for the community but for writer. It's kind of a great thing because I could make my <unk> relying streets I could put my barber shops or needed them to be put my speakeasy where it needed in a nobody's GonNa say there wasn't a you know a florist shop there or tea shop or right so I was able to reconstruct a world hadn't hadn't been accurate just kind of make up my own world without people down. It wasn't really like that. That's why that area but then the more I studied historic historic but it was interesting because this was actually an area that wasn't controlled by gangs. I thought well this is a good opportunity for whoever's there to have some impact and so that's why I have my Seniora kind of controlling the area and you know it's kind of interesting place to set a a speakeasy <hes> and your main character Gina is <hes> interesting in this world because she has an Italian <hes> father and an Irish mother which causes her to be kind of not part of either world and part of both worlds <hes> in terms of that so what what about Gina do you think will resonate with readers you know for me. It was kind of interesting thinking about Gina in you know I wanted her to kind of come out of a couple of different worlds in this case specifically urban Italian Irish world because there was a lot of conflict between <hes> these these groups <hes> at the time and also there it was sort of this tradition of the Irish camping cots there was a lot of Italians not to stereotype that were a few that were involved in you know kind of different kind of out of the law activities and an actually where I went to school in Philadelphia. There was a lot of these similar kind of Philadelphian Chicago very similar. I just remember it was sort of these tensions that I was even aware of growing up. Even in the eighty tensions between these groups and I thought this has to be similar I did some research in this is just it was kind of like this you know and I was just really interested in making her relatable. You know like I said I wanted her to be someone who was kind of had to work hard headed you know a half these kind of jobs to support her family. <unk> wondered her to wonder what it was like to work in a speakeasy 'cause I wonder and I thought maybe other people would wonder that to to actually work. There's not necessarily one way okay and I thought well you know other. People might have questions and she's a waitress. You know she's selling cigarettes. Just felt like you know it's kind of a relatable job and and also I have her kind of dressing wrong when she gets there. She thinks she's GonNa have this nice dress and even the core is kind of like Oh. You have a secretarial position. She doesn't even understand she's just not really dressed right <hes> so I kind of felt like a relatable because that's probably she's kind of like me we in that way I think I would totally completely wrong in a whole bit have to learn guitar. I think I would be as well. I mean we we definitely have an image from like movies of what it would be like but in the movies you always have the dramatic things happen here. There are dramatic things that happen but you also get that day to day of you know her feet hurt and <hes> there's you know there's tension between her and her co workers just kind of your normal thing to happen in Iraq in a job yeah exactly I mean I was like how actually D- what how hard is it were wannabees. You know trays around your neck. Oh it's GonNa pull at your neck hairs. You know yeah if you have to wear these high heels in short skirts like it's all riding up and falling down geniuses at least that's how I would have experienced it. I thought might might be Kinda relatable and it's nineteen twenty nine so you don't have <hes> nylons as we know them you have to you have got dacian undergarments. Yes Ma and things like that keeping you in place either. No no exactly. What kind of research did you do then for the book so I had a lot of fun doing the research this book and it was kind of different from my first series but I did do I really did I react through every edition of the of the Daily Tribune Mitch the Chicago Tribune January I nine hundred twenty nine through December thirty first and you know that's a really great way to kind it? Just get headlines and find out what's going on. I look through the sears roebuck catalog of N._S.. Just really fun. You know you could order anything you wanted basically like Amazon but sears room I mean you could get a house in you could order <hes> a study course are you could get hairbrushes and batteries and wagon wheels which is great but I did. That kind of thing. In of course was a lot. It's a lot easier in certain ways or certain things like youtube videos that I was able to watch that show like you know even like advertising <unk> movie theaters run before the you know the feature and they would live there was one that was extremely helpful on how to use the telephones of nineteen twenty seven and you know because I'd wondered because you know from watching movies and things you always see people like call connect me and I thought the can why do they have direct numbers because you would see businesses having a direct number like where people are able to call directly. Likely I found out the s that were you did not have to always go to a switchboard call for the operator implement your number. You could dial very interesting. Watching people were on how to use the new telephones in the new telephone system that came about in the late nineteen twenties so there's all kinds of interesting youtube videos. I have my Gina will become a once. It need to learn how to do photography and I had to spend a lot of time researching in what kind of cameras how to develop film how could a regular person develop film will come materials would they need and make prince and luckily kinds of youtube videos about nineteen twenty. It was fine and of course I also always joke about this but I really did do what I call a cocktail research down this list of a hundred prohibition era cocktails and I said I'm going to try all hundred of them before my book comes out and I got to like number thirty five purchased. I thought just I can't wait. I stopped my journey on that but you know I listened to twentieth music vote in you know in that kind and if I think helped make it kind of a little more bouncier actually than my other books <hes> a little lighter but I think that's yeah so I did that and asked away red light books secondary historical books environment by storage and things like that from the era watch movies movies from the twenties <hes> just kind of get a feel for it too but yeah it's it's very it's very fun to do this kind of research well. I'm just going to say that it's impressive that she made it to thirty five on the cocktail list I mean that is some dedication vacation in some awesome research. I'm not sure I would have made it that far myself. At any rate we are going to take our second break of the podcast and when we come back we'll have the conclusion to this interview so stay tuned. You're listening to the G. S. M. C. Book Review Podcast and I'll be right back. Seven eleven has more drinks than times. 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The concepts podcast network is here nothing less than a podcast bliss with endless hours of podcast covered from news sports music fashion looking entertainment fantasy football and so much more so so stop flirted around and go straight out to the golden state media concepts podcast network guaranteed to fill that podcast is whatever it may be visit us at W._w._w.. Dot Jesus MC PODCAST ASK DOT COM follow us on facebook and twitter and download us on itunes soundcloud and Google play welcome back to G._M._C. Booker View podcast and the conclusion to my interview with Susannah Calkins about her book murder knocks twice. Are there any autobiographical elements in the characters or lab the story in any way by graphical interesting. I guess in a way like my protagonists always have a little bit of me. You know like I mentioned it. I think some of Jean I think she's tougher than me so I think I want her to be tougher but I think there's definitely a little bit of like the curiosity like the weirdness of it all a regular person trying to figure out this world <hes> but you know as we always sort of joke the people who write mysteries amateur sleuths such as Gina. I mean the reality is like if I'm outside the coffee shop in in all these police cars come up. I don't come up to the policemen and try to find out what's happening inside. I the other way police are here. They can handle it but of course when you have an amateur sleuth they get inquisitive in ways that regular people can't be because otherwise he'd have no story so she's a little you know they're always a little graber and <hes> yeah there. Are there other. I don't know other autobiographical elements really much is just her sense of both confusion and leg off of this world. Maybe that's a little bit me as well absolutely okay so this is the first in your new series <hes>. So how many books do you do. You have a plan for the series or you. Just GonNa right until you don't have any until Gina says it's time to stop. When was your kind of work that way? Maybe second book which I'm literally working I have I have my edits for that one so that when she'd be coming out in April or May of twenty twenty my original plan was to have two on one side of nineteen of what's the crash in a two on the other side to the first year when they're all reeling from it in starting a depression but then I started working on book three and I ended up I couldn't I had to have it right after the crash looks like the crash happens the end of October of nineteen twenty nine and basically my third picks up like two days later in November I because I I was like I I need to keep going with the crash was just so both momentous <hes> for the people who understood what had happened to them mm-hmm and still sort of distant for people who weren't directly. He didn't have socks because you know not. Everybody was on the stock market so they didn't some people didn't it didn't impact right away and they didn't quite know so. It's kind of an interesting set of tensions <hes> that was going on his. Nobody really knew even right away. How how bad it was GONNA be in the next couple of years so I just thought that but some people can't figure it out like some people right away? We're like this is bad. This is bad so I just found this so interesting. I'm like Whoa these numb do people and then these other people are just like Oh. We're still in the twenties. We're still having fun and those those two beliefs are coming into very stark contrast and you can tell I mean even the newspaper articles in is coming out of the writings from the time the I hope to continue I mean I won't do like in a fifty books but I would. I would like to do for if I'm able to and you are <hes> you said you're currently working on the second book. So can you tell it's a little bit about what's next for gene without you know given too much away from either book. The second book is a few months later and <hes> you know she settled in and she's you know she's still selling cigarettes in drinks. She's not performer so she doesn't do that. That won't be her rule. <hes> she's learned. She's been learning photography. She's getting better at that. She wants to become the time that still isn't quite happening. <hes> she's you know. I'm developing a relationship with one of the characters in the book roar. It's still questions about where this relationship might be. Your where it's going invite away in this book. There's a few people well our our poisoned and and one person and then maybe somebody else sizes well on his happened fairly early on in the book and questions about the third door selling bad hooch this is this is a real problem. I'm in the twenties is sometimes you get back and it can be really serious and people can die and so there's this question of did someone sell with her door bed who was actual poisoning so these are questions Gina Gets John Into. I'm pretty quickly into and her cousin Nancy who is better known as a policewoman policewoman had no recognition back then not really an she's kind of pushing the investigation a little bit more and bringing <hes> Gina into it so you mentioned your other series a little bit <hes> so far and that's the Lucy campion mysteries. Do you WanNa talk a little bit more about that series that my first series which has four books in it are set in seventeenth century London during the time of plague in the in the great fire. It's easy to remember because I was hit sixteen sixty six six six six the devils year which is what they would say and features list you can't be in in I spoke she is a chambermaid serving in the household of a local magistrate and then over time when circumstances change a she ends up becoming a printer's apprentice in a in a bookseller <hes> and so these capacity allow I heard a kind of move around the society in you know deaths happens a lot of death since seventeenth century London playing all these things but also you know it's easy to disguise murders and look like they're natural causes. Gina gets brought into several of these issues just buy into her position and I really wanted to set it in sixteen sixties of because it really was a time of unprecedented for women and for people who without much means servants because really essentially sounds hard to say harsh to say but so many people had died you know people could sort of take on new roles and and you know you know servants could become masters. Nobody would know that they you know they would just take over the tools the trade and a lot of identity theft and you know but also just people filling positions women similar like after World War One and after World War Two women got to do more traditionally men's occupations because the men were you know fighting or had passed away is very similar in sixteen sixty six so women are able to do things so that's why gene is able to become a printer's apprentice which is very uncommon for women at the time so yeah so these are you know they're all mysteries <hes> standalone but the characters develop over the course of the four blocks on but you can read them all separately without you know not being able to follow what's going on. When did you start writing? <hes> mysteries for for publication nation is writing something on that you've always wanted to do when I was a kid. I was always writing little stories and writing books. You could tell you you know short things from being a kid of you know you can tell where I was. I was influenced. I mean one. I was just this riding in a composition notebook for several years. Just add what I've been reading. Oh I guess I was in my Narnia sage causing miles and wonder by stage you know he's like sort of like intakes Ben Fiction. I guess but you know what was in writing stories in in high school but in college I always feel like a you know I even though I have a p._H._d.. Now is the cautious beat the creativity Outta me it <hes> but it wasn't until I was working on my p._H._d.. History and I was I was I was working in London for a couple of months. While I was doing research I I worked aboard. The Golden Hind which is a a museum of a replica to Francis Drake ships that Strat edyta dry docked knocked in the sailor sixteenth century sailor so a living history specialist tour guide and during the week and then on the week. I was applying for it because I did pirate parties for British children but it was fun because I started I was once a week. I would have to stay on the ship doing ship. Watch all by myself and I was on the Thames than I would kind of look out at the Mont across the river from the monument to the Great Fire and and Saint Paul's Cathedral which had been rebuilt in. I was just always kind of thinking about that trying period and then I was working on a of well masters project at the time before I was McKay she student but it was a I was working on domestic homicide in seventeenth century London gender patterns. I was looking at how women murdered different but what was interesting is I was researching these murder ballads and I came across this interesting such snacks meeting things from these balanced people sing about murder as like the news of the day because people weren't literate and it would just you know sing the story and and pass it on other people and I was just so intrigued by these murder ballads in erased so many questions for me. Those questions basically became the first book that I wrote a murderer Roseman Gate. I I the questions that were there. Were so powerful to me. It was like I need to resolve there is no nobody can know the interest to these questions from back then but I thought well I will write a book where I get to answer the questions for myself so then out of the path that you took to become a published author. Do you have advice for aspiring authors. I mean I. I think that there's always sort of the basic advice which is <hes> you know. Keep going <hes> write the book that you want to read and <hes> you know. Don't try to just follow trends but like what is it that you love and really write that type of because I think that's the only way you can write three hundred pages of anything. Unless you love this world that you're in whatever world you're creating for yourself and your characters you know when I talked to a lot of aspiring writers and people who you just can't seem to keep going and I talked to writers who do keep going one day to write about this more as a motivational thing I think but it is interesting the ones that keep going and some of them are pro divide motivated by like I have a pending contract dirty you know they say that they motivate themselves by chocolate or go on a shopping trip or something but I think that the real ones way to love what they do in they don't hate it in you know and I think it sounds so fundamental but yet excited about what what you're working on in in in this thing about motivation if you're not excited in that moment than work on something that I would say is writing adjacent like you know for me. It might be like research something about that time period. If I don't feel like I can write well I did. I wonder what a seventeenth century bathroom might have looked like at privy and I so you know I might try to research that a little anything like not to use that in the book so much but you know for me. It's like finding pictures or maybe spend time looking at actor photos to kind of audition your character audition people for your characters and I think that can be kind of inspiring like what did he actually look like. I always say to people like try to just you know interview review. Your character is a little bit like what motivated your character is when they were five. What were they afraid of when they were ten on what were they ashamed of when they were eighteen and like you kind of get those kinds of questions it can trigger a lot of good thinking and then <hes> <hes> actually that can be kind of help you kind of keep writing but yeah I mean it really is just persistent sin? Just maybe there's a time when you have to put the book aside and put it in the corner you know put it in the proverbial folder but <hes> but you have to just sometimes you just have to keep going and that's Amoeba say button chair but that's really what it is all right. Thank you for that and <hes> when you new sounds like you love to read you up to do research <hes> when you take the time to read for yourself do you have favorite authors or genres have always loved mysteries. I mean when I was a kid. I was always reading Agatha Christie later later on when I was in Grad school I found that people write historical mystery so an Perry in Charles Todd I read these books because my mother had recommended them and I didn't have a lot of time to read Hitchin in Grad school but I that's why I was like Oh. Oh maybe I can do this like Oh maybe and so I love those folks. I read across all kinds of genre but I mean I love the books by Laurie Greater Day who writes kind of contemporary <hes> domestic kind of suspense <hes> issues wonderful writer. You know there's just so many writers now that I've been able to be exposed to that I love I also really like <hes> Dystopia and books Wi- young adult books as well <hes> so I try to read outside genres well. I know you have a website so you can tell us the address of your website and <hes> any social media you might have that people you can find you on my website is w._w._w.. DOT SUSANNAH COFFINS DOT COM and I am on facebook <hes> Susanna Caulkins. Both I have an author page in a regular friend page of a man on on twitter. I S coffins three so actually I'm on instagram now to wait for a couple of weeks so I'm still getting used to that so I was like. I remember my handle for that but it's I'm sure just putting savannah coffins. It comes up okay thank you. We've talked about the books and we've talked about writing. Is there anything that we haven't covered that you would like for people to know about <hes> either either of your series or just anything that we haven't covered. I mean the the other reason I said folks. <hes> in in this era is because we're coming up on the hundredth anniversary of the Volt said act in October of this year twenty nine hundred nineteen th over to me you know we're about to engage in this first decade some of the of the Prohibition of course now we have such interesting questions around prohibition around marijuana and other kinds of legal medicines than I think. There's a lot of similarities that we're seeing one hundred ears leader which I just find really interesting. Kinda resonates some just just just something that's interesting to me. <hes> it's GONNA be exciting. It's really interesting that <hes> that we're coming. We're coming up on the twenty s again and I they are. They going to be the roaring twenties. We don't know maybe a little different <hes> well. I WanNa thank you so much for taking time out of your day to talk to me about this series and the I book murder knocks twice a really appreciate it. Yeah thank you so much. He's wonderful. I really appreciate it. Thank you again to Susanna for taking the time to talk to me. Not only about murder knocks twice but about her Lucy campion series stories as well as writing in general as always greatly appreciate it and I as I said before thought this was such a fun book such a great setting and really interesting characters so if you're interested in winning a copy of murder knocks twice by Susanna Calkins all you have to do is go to <hes> social our social media pages G._M._C. Book View podcast facebook twitter or instagram comment on this episode which is episode one sixty eight of course interview interview with Susannah Calkins and you'll be automatically entered to win. 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Hey it's guy here so today's show is all about why some people believe in power higher than themselves and others. Don't this episode first aired in november of twenty thirteen in but this time around we've included a brand new interview with greg tarkenton. He's an ordained minister whose faith was tested in a way few of us could ever imagine. This is the ted radio hour each week. Round breaking ted talks so technology entertainment design design. Is that really what the ten km delivered at ted conferences around the world gift of the human imagination. We've had to believe an impossible thing is true nature of reality beckons from just beyond those talks. Those ideas adapted opted for radio from n._p._r. Guy rise so a lot of us have some sort of plan ric following a vision of path. We set out for our lives but for some people it's more than that. It's the path that god has laid out exactly the faith is trust. I just assumed that this was god's path for me. This is is greg thompkins in his path became clearly him in one thousand nine hundred six when he was a student at arizona state university and he decided to dedicate keith life to his faith when i did that i just know angels no trumpets but i knew that god had gotten a hold of my life so i went to phoenix seminary and began taking classes and i guess really fell in love with the academic side the thinking side of the christian faith a few years later when greg met his wife lianne he thought that was part of the plan to yeah we met at church i was teaching our college ministry and then walk this beautiful woman and i just thought why i'd love to get to no her and so we decided to go out on a date dated for two years and we got married in one thousand nine hundred six and craig and lee and built a life for themselves based on this plan she started working at phoenix children's hospital in ninety seven <hes> and then i planted a church in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and so so our journey was definitely embedded in again a solid fate. We both knew we wanted to pursue. Do a christian marriage raise kids in the christian faith and for the next decade. That's exactly what they did. We had three kids. We've done a cold a sack back to dogs a minivan. I i felt like we were living the christian life and so not to paint the suburban typical go picture but that's honestly where we were at. We were comfortably enjoying life up until two thousand ten up until ullmark sixth two thousand ten i received that knock on the door and the only thing i remember is looking back knock into our living room seeing my three children and opening the door seeing a police officer and then two people flanking him in black windbreakers that was a police chaplain in a child care worker and the rested play out like a movie and words have never had waked up until that moment when he said at about seven thirty your wife was killed in a car accident those those words brought me to my knees and and i remember my kids rushing toward pardon me and i i could only muster the words amami hadn't accident tonight and she's in heaven and we're not going to see her again this side of heaven but she's okay and we have a lot to live for but we need to do that as best we can together and then one day we'll see amami again and that was all about all i could get out and within twenty or thirty minutes. My house house was filled with relatives. People who loved me and lovely and loved our kids and we were all weeping and grieving together greg tarkenton doc anson continues his story from the ted stage so on march six two thousand and ten myself along with ten year old cadence in six year old bailey and four year old me began our journey of life without our wife and mother but what has made this trek so especially especially demanding for me is that i'm a man of faith not casual faith but a faith that is defined me for over thirty years. So what do you do when your faith has been traumatized by such a traumatic event. What do you do when you've told people time and time again into trust and follow and obey. What do you do when you earnestly begin doubting the very subject that you've been promoting in your entire adult life so the why questions just you know flooded my inbox if you will. Why did this happen. Why did you take hey kirk from me. Why can't i just go on living the life i was. I thought everything was good between god and i thought at that that i just assumed that this was god's path for me. Leon's death shook greg's faith it through what he thought was his path his ability to trust into question things like this happen to people every day around the world and many of them still choose choose to believe but how can billions of us believe in something we don't physically see and where does doubt fit into this belief well today on the show we're going to explore stories of people grappling with faith and belief and for greg in the face of doubt in the darkest moment of of his life. He had to rethink his faith. He had to rethink how he saw. God's plan for him craig did you. I mean you knew or you believe that. God had a plan for you and then the plan that you thought we had for you is upended. Did you begin to doubt the wisdom of that plan or even the plant itself not only did. I doubt it i wanted did to and the plan <hes> if i if i could be honest <hes> i beg god to take me home. I was not suicidal but there were very vivid moments being overwhelmed for wellness with the tragedy and then the responsibility of raising three children and so yes i i i began and it never happened before march sixth. I began to talk with god about my plan because my plan had been so radically altered. I really did believe that. I could go to him now and start negotiating associating <hes> what the rest of the plan was going to look like so my my journal is full of entries that have me lashing out at god have me being angry with him with the situation with the young man that killed my wife okay god this happened and i can't reverse history so you need to now make sense of this. <hes> a unilateral prayer i had with god five days after the accident as was recorded in my journal dear god. The pain that's beginning to set in right now is so intense. I can't see your goodness. I know you're near but i don't want that. I want my wife back. I wanted us to grow old in to die ryan to experience heaven together so what happened to that plan. Why was that plan so wrong. And why do you find it so appalling for me to want to watch my wife flop on our kids for a few more years now that you've taken her god. When's it my turn. And how awful would it be. If you decided to take me home tom and leave our kids without a mother or father. You couldn't have changed your plan by one minute. One minute and that stop light wouldn't have been read one minute so i can't see your goodness all i can see. Is you allowing my wife to be killed. All i can see as you along along my kids to live without a mother. So how wrong is that god somewhere along the journey. I arrived at a question jin that i needed an answer to. Is this going to be a long term. Experience for me. Will my journey of faith now forever be embedded with this overtone of doubt our faith in doubt inextricably linked some would say yes. Faith has no easy easy answers that it's difficult and stubborn netted involves this ongoing struggle debt faith in doubt will forever be joined in that those who don't doubt really aren't in experiencing faith you know i've and i'm sure you've experienced this. You talked to some people about faith and the way they talk about about faith. I'm almost jealous because it seems easy that it's a it's just a faith is simple. It sounds like when you talk about faith now now that it's hard it's not actually easy. There is struggle in finding faith. I've never found faith to be easy and so this accident accentuated that it didn't draw me away from god drew me into god but i've never so understood when people have claimed that faith is easy. Faith is difficult. It's it's hard to define and it's even harder to live live and so my understanding my belief my trust in god relies heavily on the intellectual side of trying to understand who god is with that said faith includes trust and its trust in an object that i can't see i can give evidence by way of god's creation but i've never been able to prove god empirically and i. I think that causes me to continue to get up every day deciding to trust in him. Could i wake up one day and decide that all of what i've been doing for the past forty years has <hes> been a farce ah i don't want to discount that that could ever happen but if i can get on the other end of a tragedy the as big as losing my wife and still believe that i'm quite confident that that isn't going to be the case that said i don't know if i would have the kind of faith. I have if it was easy. Yeah i always want to be asking good questions that allow myself and those around me to to talk to god in a way that i don't believe he's threatened by got got make sense of this. I don't understand this. I need this to be more clear and for me. God has time and time again answered those prayers. That's greg tonkin sen- he's an educator valley christian high school and grand canyon university today in two thousand thirteen greg was remarried. He and his wife jennifer are now raising a blended family complete with five children. You can see greg's full talk at ted dot n._p._r. Dot org on the show today ideas about belief and doubt i'm gyros and you're listening into the ted radio hour from n._p._r. Hey everyone just a quick. Thanks to two of our sponsors. You help make this podcast possible. 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Star your home search at berkshire hathaway h._s._s. .com <hes> next year is right twenty twenty election action you the news is gonna crazier sa- join me sam sanders for wrap up of the week's news and culture that will not make you on the poor your hair out download and listen every weekend to it's been a minute from n._p._r. It's the ted radio hour from n._p._r. I'm guy roz and our show today believers levers and doubters why some people believe by some don't and then there are those who are somewhere in between like lesley hazleton what do you what do you believe. What do you believe in. I don't believe in to believe in doesn't really make too much sense to me was hazelton writes about the people in the prophets who shape the things many people believe. I am a very very firm agnostic by which i mean that i'm not faithless but i put my faith in inquiry and i know this sounds strange but i do have a very deep sense of mystery what might be called religious mystery and it was is that sense of mystery of religious mystery that prompted leslie who by the way is an agnostic jew that prompted her to spend five years of her life researching being in writing a biography about the prophet muhammad and it all started with one question one question that kept nagging her here. She is on on the ted stage. I found myself waking each morning in misty seattle to what i knew was an impossible question. What actually a happened one desert night half the world and almost half of history away what happened that is on the night in the year six hundred ten then when muhammad received the first revelation of the koran on a mountain just outside mecca this is the core mystical moment of islam and such of course it defies empirical analysis which might be why when i looked at the earliest accounts we have of that night what what struck me even more than what happened was what did not happen did not come floating off the mountain as they're walking working on. He did not run down shouting hallelujah bless the lord. There were no choirs of angels. No music of the spheres no relation though ecstasy no golden aura surrounding him no sense of an absolute for danger role as the messenger joe of kahad quite the contrary in his own reported words. He was convinced that i that what it happened couldn't have been you know so. Tell me what did happen. He was terrified. He was in fear for his life. He thought this angelic apparition. This voice was going to smother him is going to just just literally squeeze the life out of his chest <music>. He thought he was going to die and when he didn't his first reaction was that he had to be mad he had been in saying. This had to be a delusion and he was terrified. Let other people say this of him. In fact he was so sure that he could only be mush known possessed by a jinn when he found himself still alive his first impulse was to finish the job himself to leap off the highest cliff and escape the terror of what he'd experienced by putting an end to all experience so the man who fled down the mountain that night jumbled not with joy but with the stock primordial fear it was overwhelmed not with conviction but by dr he he was a he was a doubter. I think the best of us are the worst of us. Are those who never doubt who is so sure that we possess the <music> absolute truth that we become less human what struck me about muhammad depressed went into his life. What how extraordinary human he was and and his ability to acknowledge his own fallibility. We see it there by the way at the very last words of jesus father. Why have have you forsaken me wonderful. <hes> exquisite agonizing moment of doubt muhammed is is not the pope of islam. He's the prophet and prophets to can doubt this is what makes him human human to human for some like conservative muslim theologians who maintain that the account of his wanting to kill himself shouldn't even be mentioned despite right the fact that it's in the earliest islamic biographies. They insist that he never doubted for even a single moment. Let alone despair demanding perfection. They refuse to tolerate human imperfection yet what exactly it is imperfect about downs abolish. All doubt of what's left is not faith but absolute heartless <music> conviction so doubt is essential. I think it's part of that. We need to cherish we have this idea that doubt is somehow imperfect at the something wrong with doubt is is this desire for certainty that i see is so dangerous and the desire for perfectibility. That's just let go of perfectionist just accepted. We're human were imperfect. That's what makes us interesting. That's what makes the world interesting. If we were all perfectly all alike we would dive bar where does like what is faith end in conviction began. I think they're in two separate spheres. The people i know of of deepest faith i'm not convinced they have faith despite the doubts in fact because of their doubts it's adults and they're very very aware of this new goes beyond belief in they know that this is not rational and yet they commit themselves and it's that active commitment that existential active commitment that i saw admire and that very very deep sense that it religion is in a sense not even about god. It's about humans it's about about making ourselves better lesley hazleton. She's the author of the first muslim the story of mahomet summit. You can see her entire. Talk at ted dot n._p._r. At org <music> hello hello hello. Hello hello oh you see. This is the comedian julia sweeney. What is it that you believe in well. I think first of all the word believe it has a lot of different connotations. I think when people talk about religion they take believed to be the same as faith so i would like to define the word believe in the way you're asking me the question as in. What do i have confidence in okay fine. Okay i have confidence in the scientific method. I have confidence in the biological history of our species being interconnected and tribal and helping each other and connected through love and family and relations and is this answering your question. This is a complicated idea for julia sweeney. She's been wrestling with what it means to believe for most of her life and it's a story that she told on the ted stage on september tenth the morning of my seventh birthday i came downstairs to the kitchen where my mother was washing the dishes and my father was reading the paper or something and i sort of presented myself to them in the doorway and they said hey a happy birthday and i said i'm seven and my father smiled and said well. You know what that means. Don't you and i said yeah going to have a party and a cake and get a lot of presence and my dad said well yes but more importantly being seven means that you've reached the age of reason and you're now capable purpose of committing any and all sins against god and man so i said yeah yeah age of reason what does that mean and my dad ad said well. We believe in the catholic church. The god knows that little kids don't know the difference between right and wrong but when you're seven year old enough to know better so you've grown grown up and reached the age of reason and now god will start keeping notes on you. Begin your permanent record and i said oh oh wait a minute. You mean all that time up till today all the time. I was so good. God didn't didn't notice and my mom said well. I noticed it. I thought how could i have known this before. How could it not have sunk in when they've been telling me all. They've been good and no real credit for it first of all. How could i not have realized this very important information till the very day that it was basically useless to me so i said well mom and dad. What about santa claus. I mean santa. Claus knows if you're naughty or nice right might have said yeah but honey. I think that's technically just just between thanksgiving and christmas and my mother said oh bob stop it. Let's just dollar. I mean she's seven julie. There is no santa claus <music> now. I didn't know it at the time but i really wasn't turning seven on september tenth for my thirteenth birthday. I plan to slumber party with all of my girlfriends but a couple of weeks beforehand. My mother took me aside and said i need to speak to you. Privately september tenth is not your birthday. It's october tenth and i said what and she said. Listen listen. The cutoff date to start kindergarten was september fifteenth. I told him that your birthday was september tenth and then. I wasn't ensure that you weren't just going to go all over the place so i started to tell you. Your birthday was september tenth. Julia was so ready to start school honey. You're so ready eighty. I thought about it. When i was four. I was already the oldest of four children and my mother even had another child to come so what i think she understandably really meant was that she it was <hes> ready. She was ready then she said. Don't worry julie every year on october tenth when it was your birthday but you didn't realize it. I made sure that you ate a piece of cake cake that day. It wasn't until years later looking back on this whole age of reason change of birthday thing that it dawned on me. I wasn't turning seven seven seven. I had other month do anything i want to do. Before god started keeping tabs on me. Oh life can be so cruel such a crazy story. Did any of this like shape the way you thought about any uneven beliefs well. I always had a sort of affectionate relationship with the catholic church which was raised in a catholic culture and i liked it. I loved the catholic school and i loved the nuns and <hes> and then when it came to the belief part of it. I always was a little bit skeptical but didn't look into it very deeply until she she did one afternoon. When julia heard a knock at the door and there were two mormon missionaries who were standing there and they said they had a message for me from god. I said a message for me from god and they said yes now. I was raised in the pacific northwest around a lot out of church of latter day saints people and you know i've worked with them and even dated them but i never really knew the doctrine or what they said to people when they're out on a mission and i guess it was sort of curious so i said please come in and they looked really happy because i don't think this happens to them all that often so i sat down and i got them glasses of water and after niceties they said do you believe that god loves you with all his heart and i thought well of course i believe in god but i don't like that word heart because it anthropomorphized god and i don't like the word his either because that sexualize is god but i i didn't want to argue semantics with these boys so after very long uncomfortable pause i said yes yes i do i feel very loved and they looked at each other and smiled like that was the right answer and then they said. Do you believe that we're all brothers and sisters on this planet and i said yes i do. Yes i do and i was so relieved. That was a question. I could answer so quickly but the question they asked me when i first arrived really stuck in my head. Did i believe god love me with all his heart because because i wasn't exactly sure how i felt about that question now if they'd asked me do you do you feel that god loves you with all his heart. Will that would have been much different. I think i would have instantly yeah answered yes. Yes i feel it all the time i feel god's love when i'm hurt and confused and i feel consoled and cared for i take shelter in god's love when i don't understand why tragedy hits and and i feel god's love when i look with gratitude all the beauty i see but since they asked me that question with the word believe even at somehow. It was all different because i wasn't exactly sure if i believed what i so clearly felt okay so julia. This is how you're talking and i have so many more questions for you so at this point i guess i should reveal that not long after those mormon missionaries came to visit you. You actually became an atheist like how did that happen. You do remember it was over a two year period but there was a moment. It was <hes> pity any of sorts. There's a religious word for you. I had been doing a lot of reading and research about religion and i was walking through the backyard and it suddenly hit me that i didn't believe anymore. I really didn't believe in god. There was a sign. You got a sign that there was no god now with not one side. It was a developing understanding. Ah it's it's weird though like we're kind of socialized to talk about these things in religious terms because i mean this is your moment of a._t._m. And it was like an epiphany yeah yeah. I mean it is true. I don't want to overplay it. I mean i didn't like fall down to the ground dirty finger. Change my name from salt paul or anything like that. It is really part of a very small part of you. I don't know the kind of like holds out hope that almost almost like doubts your doubt now. I don't even think about it really frankly anymore. I'm just i'm living my life. As a person who accepts the natural world world you know and this whole idea that there's a god who cares whether people believe in him or not like why would god care if people believed in him or not like that was one of the many things that i found so shocking reading the bible is first of all how insecure god is. I mean god is so insecure. He needs everyone to say you're the number one and here the number one over all the other gods and and you're the top god and like it's the most insecure character so you're talk you mention this idea of like feeling god's love me. Is that something that you you ever still feel. Will actually i think i feel all those things even more deeply but i just don't think deity in the sky who i think has provided provided all those things. Do you see what i mean so like i don't say thank you god for providing this lovely day. I just think wow how this is a really beautiful day. It's not thinking an idea of god for providing it. It's feeling lucky that i get to experience reinstate because of just the serendipitous nature of nature itself and that i'm happen to be standing here and i happen to be looking at it. Why why is the word belief relief so hard for you well. I don't think it's just me. I think that word is conflated with a bunch of things and so then when you say you don't believe in god anymore. Sometimes people say oh. You're not a believer in anything like saying you you're denying. There's reality and that isn't what i feel. I have confidence in a lot of things and a lot of different sources of knowledge that we've accumulated and personal experience and all kinds of stuff like that. I've tried to be careful using the word belief. I actually try to avoid using the word. Julia sweeney's tedtalk is based on her stage monologue called letting go of god and you can see her talk at ted dot n._p._r. Dot org stay with us more believers doubters in a moment. I'm guy roz and you're listening to the ted radio hour from n._p._r. <music> support for this podcast and the following message come from the walton family foundation where opportunity takes root take more information is available walton family foundation dot org. Hey thanks so much to our sponsor. 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News podcast that get you caught up on the big news in a small amount of time spent about ten minutes with up first weekday mornings from n._p._r. News it's the ted radio hour from n._p._r. I'm guy rise today. Show believers in doubters who believes who doesn't and why what do you believe in. I believe that life is very short. Our responsibility is to be good to ourselves and those around us. I believe in civilization wisdom. I'm very susceptible to beauty. This is the writer landon baton on and if you noticed he did not mention anything about god because he doesn't believe in god but melon once just a little bit more radovic theism here's how he starts tedtalk. One of the most common ways of dividing the world is into those who believe and those who don't don't into the religious and the atheists and for the last decade also. It's been quite clear what being an atheist means there. There have been some very vocal atheists who've pointed out not just that religion is wrong but that it's ridiculous they've argued that believing in god is akin to believing in fairies now. I think it's too easy to dismiss the whole of religion that way what i'd like to inaugurate today is a new you way of being an atheist. If you like a new version of atheism we call atheism two point zero now. What is atheism two point. Oh well it. It starts from a very basic premise. Of course there's no god of course there are no deities or supernatural spirits or angels etc now. Let's move on. I'm interested in kind of constituency. That thinks something along these lines. I can't believe in doctrines. I don't think these doctrines are right right but very important but i love christmas carols. I really like the art of mantegna. I really like looking at old churches. I really early like turning the pages of the old testament whatever it may be you know the kind of thing i'm talking about people who are attracted to the ritualistic side the moralistic realistic communal side of religion but can't bear the doctrine now. I think there is an alternative. I think there are ways and i'm being both very respectful and completely pious of stealing from religions. If you don't believe in a religion there's nothing wrong with picking and mixing with taking out the best sides of religion take a cathedral wia cathedrals impressive okay. Is it god no. It's architecture okay. Yes it was inspired by gold but ultimately it's an architectural phenomenon where if you are very small in a vast space that is both psyche frightening and also very uplifting uplifting we will get this beneath the evening sky you go out on a clear summer's night under the evening sky and suddenly you are paralleled eld with something so vast that your own smallness is seen not as a crushing and humiliating thing but as redemptive thing and that is i think the core of the religious sense the core of the religious sense is feeling small within the vastness. It is something that predates belief goes beyond belief. You can have it as a non believer and i have it all the time it's just religions of being onto this feeling and they've made the most most of it and that is what alan wants atheists to do to figure out how to address some of our deepest and most basic basic needs the way religion has done it for centuries in the early nineteenth century church attendance in western europe started sliding down very sharply and people panicked. They ask themselves the following question. They said where are people going to find morality. Where are they going to find guidance. And where are they going to find sources of consolation. An influential voices came up with one answer. It's to culture that we should look for guidance for consolation for morality. Let's look to the plays of shakespeare the dialogues of plato the novels of jane austen in there. We'll find a lot of the truths that we might previously have found in the gospel of saint john. I think that's a very beautiful idea in a very true idea. It's also an idea that we have forgotten. Let's say you went to harvard or oxford cambridge and you said you know i've come here because i'm in search of morality guidance and consolation. I want to know how to to live. They would show you the way to the insane asylum. This is simply not what our grandest and best institutes of higher learning are in the business of why they don't. I think we need it. They don't think we are in urgent need of assistance. They see us as adults rational adults. We don't need help now. Religion start from a very different place place indeed all major religions at various points cordless children. They believe that we are in severe need of assist only just holding it together. Pepsi's passes just me maybe but anyway we're only just holding it together and we need help. Of course we need help and so we need guidance and we need didactic learning. We tend to believe leave modern secular world but if you tell someone something once they'll remember it. Sit them in a classroom. Tell them about later. The age of twenty send them out a career in management consultancy for forty years and that lesson we'll stick with them. Religions go nonsense. You need to keep repeating the lesson ten times a day to get on your knees and repeat at ten or twenty or fifteen times a day otherwise our minds minds like do you ever find yourself feeling like you're missing out like like. Do you ever just want to go to a church or synagogue. Goggin just like feel it look. I think many secular people i'm i i look on with a certain kind of mixture of envy and dissatisfaction interest at the religious festivals of my believing friends and i tell myself <hes> yom kippur. Is you know that's very very interesting. You look back of since you might have committed also forgiveness you renew social ties and i find myself in a yom kippur service and i think <hes> something i like him but i'm not sure look. I think that the modern secular world is very new. It's only really been in the last hundred years. The blink of an eyelid that a substantial number of people in the developed world have been nonbelievers an i think we are still trying to work out. What a good non-believing life. It might look like we've got a lot to invent still can't help us think that it's almost like you're calling for like a new kind of religion i am i am calling for new religion. But what does that mean okay so if you do away with religion. That's not the end of the story. If you simply announce okay. I don't believe in god. The creation stories are myth etc. Find good for you fine. What happens now. Where are you going to go with all those needs which religion formerly attended to now some people take a very bluff approach at that point and go look. I don't mind i've got some poetry to read in the evening. I go to the local library. If i want to meet anyone and <hes> if i need some transcendental feelings well you know put myself on a trip to the grand canyon. Thanks very much end of story. I think that is the end of the story. I think there's an enormous amount that needs to be invented and there's opportunity for all of us thinking secular people to respect religions for what they achieved and look forward to a future where we can get creative. Is there any part of like ebay teeny tiny part of you that sometimes doubts your doubts genuinely no but there is quite a big part of me that will love religion to be true and it particularly at moments of crisis where i think my goodness. I would love to believe that this could be made better or that. There was something beyond or that. I could control the fate of a loved. One life is going to pit all of us in extremely dramatic situations that certain explain clean to me psychologically why god was not some luxury or piece of myth. I experienced god as a psychological necessity for the intolerable anxiety diety and fear of being human. I can't believe in god but boy oh boy. Do i know why people do believe the baton. He's the author of religion for atheists in his latest book is called art as therapy check out. Both of his talks at ted dot com tom so what if everyone we've heard from on the show today is right like what if there is only your or truth which is what daft at botanic beliefs. My truth is my true. Toyota's your truth and six billion people on this planet of six billion truths and you believe your <unk>. I believe my truth is the truth and that's why argue de right about hinduism particularly about hindu mythology but he's also also really interested in universal myths and truths and why people argue about them. Here's how he starts ted talk. The world is is objective logical universal scientific. My world is subjective. It's personal. It's perceptions thoughts feelings dreams. It is the belief system that we carry. It's the myth that we live in the world tells us how how the sun rises how we are born my al's us why sunrises. Why would we so when i ask you about belief. What do you think it is about belief or faith that the people seem to need. Will you see if you look at nature. There is the animal which the predator which is constantly looking for food and restless and frightened. That's hunger and then there are animals which are prey which are constantly seeking protection and security because otherwise the predator will eat them so that's fear and then the human beings come along and we imagine a world without hunger and we imagine a world without fear and we also imagine the opposite of world with absolute edible hunger and absolute edible fear the former the world without hunger and fear because heaven and the world full of in finite hunger and fear we call hell and we are wondering how to be a wide hale and go towards heaven and we're looking for answers everywhere and someone comes along and tells us something it'd be say hey that'll take to have that's fit this understanding understanding of our ancestors transmitted generation from generation in the form of stories symbols and rituals which are always indifferent to rationality and so when you study it to realize is that different people of the world have a different understanding of the world there is my world and that is your world and my world is always better than your world because my rational and yours is superstition. Yours is faith. Yours is illogical. This is the root of the clash of civilizations actually interested the story you told in your talk about alexander the great and completely different perspectives on it like from the hindu perspective and from the greek perspective yes. The story goes that alexander met <hes> person in india call. Jim surfaced which is basically means naked wise man and he asked the gym no sophist office towards doing sitting on a rock doing nothing staring at the sky and alexander asked him so what are you doing. Are you doing and the gymnasts office. Dan said i'm experiencing. Nothingness the gymnasts office. What are you doing and alexander said i am conquering the world and they both laughed. Each one thought that that was the fully gymnasts office said. Why is he in the world. It's pointless and alexander thought. Why is he sitting around doing nothing. What are we still for life. The two people looked at the same situation very differently because each of them believed different. Things alexander believed you live only wants. It's all his life as a child he read stories of heroes who do something spectacular and because they do something spectacular the land up at a place called elysium mm heaven of heroes and he wanted to be one of them so you worked all his life trying to be a great man but that's not story gymnast office ted. He heard heard of very different story you see the indians also had a river separates the land of the living from the land of the dead but you don't cross it once. Do you go to and fro endlessly because you see nothing lasts forever in india not even death the same life is is lived infinite times. Do get the point of it. All groundhog's day two different mythologies different ways of looking at the world one believes this is the one and only life the other believes. This is one of many lives. People must ask you all the time who's right. Yes they do an essay you decide. It's your your decision. You are the judge. I guess i'd rather live you know multiple lives and just one right less pressure in some ways. There is less pressure but you see it also makes you inefficient big lackadaisical lazy though if you wanna save the world you need one life. Do you think more people ford identify with the gym sophist or with alexander. The simple answer is when things are going right for you. Think of yourself as alexander. You've achieved success. If things are going so well your relationships are breaking down and lives socks. That is the hague the gymnasts office this cell not last forever new life will come along and everything everything you change happy and if you look at cultures around the world to do is understand the mythology and you will see how they behave steve and how they do business if live only once in one life cultures around the world you will see an obsession with binary logic absolute truth standardization ended isolation absoluteness lena patterns and design but if you look at cultures which are psychological and based on infinite lives you will see a comfort with fuzzy z. logic going textual thinking with everything is relative sort of mostly this look at the indian people around here. You'll see them smile. They know what it is and then look people have done business in india. You'll see exasperation on their faces. They'll always be people who believe in one life will always be people believe that many lives. What's your truth that everybody has a right to their truth. What about yours eight is that there's nothing in this world is permanent. Nothing is perfect. Everything's transforming all the time. Do you believe this with. I do with all of your heart and soul well every time i look into the mirror him growing old us so there it is my hair's grey. My skin's wrinkling the trees are falling. People are changing all the time that never changes and so the next time you meet someone a stranger one request understand that you live in the subjective truth and so does he understand it. When you understand it you will discover something spectacular dakhla you discover that with an infinite mid-size eternal truth who sees it all veterans has but a thousand is in the hundred you and i only two tonigh- he's written more than a dozen books on hindu mythology. You can see his entire. Ted talk at eh dot com leapfrog lethal only have to sound <hes> <hes> listening to our show unbelievers and doubters this week our production staff at n._p._r. 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God, Incorporated: The Big Business of Religion

The Thinking Atheist

57:22 min | 1 year ago

God, Incorporated: The Big Business of Religion

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And nobody else seeing any major investigative journalists out there who are turning up the heat on these guys fine. But it's going to be inside edition so be it, so I'm going to play some clips from that piece that inside edition released Mr. few weeks ago. Kenneth Copeland just breaks me out, and he's got that really kind of crazy look in his eye, and he's got that Cheshire cat grin, you know, that goes all the way cross his face, and it just breaks me out, and it will, I admit to finding it a bit satisfying as he was stumbling and groping for answers to what are very basic questions. Yeah. Yeah. I found it satisfying. I'm gonna play some audio from that. We're going to get into it, but first, let's start. The bigger picture. Talk about something I'm going to call the faith economy transactions that produce revenue that involve the many, many branches of the many, many religious trees in the forest. Okay. And we're on a planet of seven billion. People are so many thousands of religions and they're splintered into who knows how many denominations and religious expressions. You know, this is this is the tiger that we can only for a second, try to catch by the tail I understand the limitations of being able to try to pin this stuff down. We're going to do our best, and we should because, you know, this stops everywhere it's so influential and religion. So often gets preferential treatment almost everywhere it goes it gets treated with a different in usually betters that are rules than the rest of us sometimes playing the religion card is a great way to dodge the rules to dodge the requirements that the rest of us have to abide by. Let's talk about the faith economy, shall we? In two thousand sixteen researchers from Georgetown University, and the Newseum institute published a study they called it the socio economic contribution of religion to American society, an empirical analysis now in the abstract of the study. It's pretty clear that these researchers quantifying all the data to support the notion that religions are an economic boon, and we can see the Matale. Right. Socioeconomic contribution of religion to American society. But you and I can use the info to help sort of sort things out. See how much money's and play we can use the information to inform our own investigations into these churches that operate like corporations without having to meet the standards of corporate accountability. And these researchers put together what they admitted was a conservative estimate. So as we talk about these numbers and values the churches and organizations and their staff and overhead relig-. Healthcare facilities religious schools charities businesses with faith backgrounds and faith-based ownership and marketing strategies and religious social programs. All that on top of the churches themselves bats, what we're talking about when we talk about the faith economy, okay? In the United States as of two thousand sixteen more than one hundred fifty million people were members of faith congregations of some kind right here in the US, but those numbers on the decline. Those numbers are going down. We've seen the poll numbers, right church attendance is bleeding, but even with the decline, we're still looking at more than three hundred and forty four thousand religious congregations of some kind three almost three hundred and fifty thousand specific and separate religious congregations of some kind or type across the country, and they collectively employ hundreds of thousands of people, and they interact with all these other aspects of. Of the US economy often operating, again like businesses. All right fine as trying to cut things down to some kind of single. Number okay. According to the analysis here religion in the US is worth one point two trillion dollars every year. That's a greater value than the combined revenues of apple Google, Amazon. And all ten of the top technology companies in this country. One point two trillion dollars every year almost half of the top fifty charities in this country are faith based, and, you know, the names World Vision Samaritan's purse the Salvation Army habitat for humanity at cetera according to the National Center for education statistics, and the institution of education sciences. There are more than two million students right now who are attending faith-based colleges an average annual tuition cost of twenty three thousand bucks. A student. Now do the math, you're looking at tuition revenue in this country. Annually at forty six billion dollars. The figures are harder to come by when you get into elementary and secondary schools, but they're in the ballpark of twenty seven billion dollars a year. I'm going in tuitions, some of the more quirky stats kind of caught my eye. I was doing the research for the podcast. And I saw this like twelve and a half billion dollars is spent by observant Jews on kosher foods. I wrote a chapter about this, in my book, sacred cows about all the wacky stuff that observant Jews due to stay kosher, and kosher food is defined by the laws of the Torah. There are certain foods that are forbidden. There were certain foods that are accepted. Some have to be practice certain way, these are strange rules. Right. You have to remove certain veins, from slaughtered animals. You can only. Slaughter certain kinds of animals like you can't eat our solar. Pelican. You know that your T's can't have animal fat in it. You know, you can't mix up your milk and your meat products. That's forbidden by the Torah. That's a whole other show are, that's a whole other broadcast getting kosher, but this is very much an industry. And there's even a few certifying agencies and they stamp this brand. Kosher certified kosher on the foods kosher is an industry, that is worth in the United States right now where twelve billion dollars, devout Muslims, they had their own dietary restrictions allow food is the opposite of haram food. Right. Hallel means it's lawful or permitted you can do it. And so then these devout Muslims have to have properly processed food that will please a law. And there was a prohibition of foods that have alcohol or pork, certain gelatins, lard, etc. The growing and harvesting. Thing certification of allow foods in the United States unto two billion dollar industry, but about churches, revenues and salaries. There's a religious organization in Dallas called the leadership network, along with Vanderbilt and searched group. This is an executive search firm for churches, essentially job hunters for people who are trying to enter the ministry. They had a survey that came out a couple of years ago, reported by religion news network, about megachurches salaries and expenses. Now, I'm going to stop here for Justice second. Okay. Believe it or not. I'm going to come to the defence, again of the non mega church pastors in regard to the money they make because it's important for us to be fair and factual. And frankly, it's fair to say that a huge number the majority of church on the corner. Pastored do not make the mega church wage. They don't live the mega pastor lifestyle. Right. They make a model. Living. They don't live and mansion. They don't dry the Bentley, they don't have private jets. They don't wear two thousand dollars suits, and they genuinely do what they do on a meagre and modest income because they are believers in what they do. And I grew up around these people. I see them every day. They are essentially servants of other people on call seven days a week almost three hundred sixty five days a year. Look, if you've never seen the schedule in lifestyle of a regular everyday Sunday GoToMeeting church pastor. This may seem like a foreign language to you. You may think that I'm being too soft on religion. But according to the national association of church business administration. The average pastor in two thousand twelve made less than thirty thousand dollars a year one in five pastors had to work a second job to pay the bills. There was a study by the national association of evangelical. Their number was higher, the average salary of half of all US pastors was. Less than fifty thousand dollars a year. Now, of course, this gets us into the really tricky waters of things like Parsonage exemptions for houses and cars, the stuff, they get to ride off or that the Turks provides. But again, if we're going to be fair, when it comes to pastors who are not the Jolo steam types, we are likely looking at everyday people who worked their asses off to pay the bills like the rest of us. Okay. Pastor doing sermon prep, and weddings, and funerals and fellowships, and home groups and hospital visits and counseling and retreats and helping to rearrange the tables and chairs before the next church function. I mean those pastors are everywhere. Okay. So when we start dogging on the mega pastor, I'm not talking about every pastor in the US the Hartford institute for religion research reports, there are just over one thousand six hundred churches, that have an attendance of over two thousand that's going to be our benchmark for the mega church. All right. Two thousand attendees. Plus, it's only sixteen hundred of those in the United States, that's still a big number. There are forty churches in the US that have over ten thousand people in the house on Sundays, and the rest fall well below that category as reported in December of last year. And the greenvale news South Carolina picked up by USA today. The new pastor of relentless church twenty two thousand members name is pastor John gray. Coming up on his wedding anniversary and his wife celebrating eight years. And so we decided to give her a gift and he bought her a two hundred thousand dollar Lamborghini. Now in the photo that he posted on Instagram. He said this, this is a quote God helped me to make my wife's dream come true. Why not? She's made mine. Come true. Well, the ever reliable social media was quick to point out how much you know, two hundred thousand bucks might do to feed hungry people, and help the impoverished and widows and veterans and those in need. I'm doing the math on a congregation of twenty two thousand now that's on paper. Right. That's on the roles. You gotta figure actual attendance is probably going to be lower than that. And you know that not everybody who goes to church gives the full ten percent of their income, if they tie that all, but let's just run some numbers here, real fast. Let's say half of the twenty two thousand and was giving. I don't know three hundred bucks a month, which comes to seventy five dollars a service. If you go once a week. All right. It's eleven thousand people giving seventy five bucks a week in the offering plate, or whatever that is still a gross yearly single church income of thirty nine point six million dollars. About six years ago passed your Stephen Fertig elevation church Charlotte, North Carolina. He took some heat. He built a new house. Oh, good for him sixteen thousand square feet. One point seven million dollar mansion and his critics were like, hey, this doesn't really reflect, you know, the heart of a servant, according to charisma news, elevation church Brington close to four hundred thousand dollars in donations every single weekend out pastor for Jake was defending himself. And he said, I didn't pay for the mansion with my church salary. He said, I got the money via my book, revenues. Of course, this is not really the point. The point is, what would Jesus do? Like the Jesus who healed the sick and fed the hungry and helped the poor and did all those things. What would that Jesus do with one point seven million bucks in the face of so much human need? We'd add mentioned Joel hosting earlier this guy is the Tom Brady of American churches. He's pastor of Lakewood church in Houston, Texas. This is the gold standard for American megachurches. They have fifty thousand attendees every single week with an annual church budget of ninety million dollars. That's according to their financial statements for the year, ending March twenty seventeen the Houston chronicle reported on that fiscal year. Lakewood spent thirty one point seven million on weekly services and programs. They spent twenty five million that year on their television ministry over eleven million for administration almost twelve million for fundraising with the remaining one point two million bucks, go into missions. The church itself is massive. It's the former Compaq center, you know where the NBA rockets used to play. Day six hundred thousand square feet. I can already hear the believers the defenders of the Jolo scenes of the world gun. All that's an amazing number six hundred thousand square feet dedicated to the furthering of the gospel of Jesus Christ can get a man. I could already hear. Now hosting doesn't take a church. Sal reading more. I think he used to take one of two hundred thousand bucks a year, but it didn't take one anymore. And of course, it's easy to do that. When you're already a millionaire and you're making a ton of money on book, revenues back, most of his income comes from their revenues of his bestselling books, which, of course, is fueled by the celebrity, which he gets from pastoring the church, and he has reported personal net worth of fifty million bucks, and he lives in a mansion where ten million dollars that mansion seventeen thousand square feet. The house has six bedrooms, six bathrooms five fireplaces, three elevators guest house and outdoor pool and pool house. All the Lord has been so good to Jolo stain the obedient servant. The prosperity gospel preacher who has received manner from on high and now gets to live, a ten million dollar house, which was gifted unto him. By Jesus Christ. Lot of people think that all this money and play it's high time to tax, the churches a why do they get to skate because they played their religion card. Let's tax them. Let them be accountable financially to the IRS like the rest of us. I don't know. What do you think about that? Let's hear from our listeners and go to the switchboard five zero nine year on the thinking, eight Theus podcast, who's this Anthony actually grew up in one of the best examples for a need to tax searches and the Mormon church. Oh, god. Yeah. The Mormons they that's big business. The Mormon church. Definitely. And I think they've come out, you know multiple times with different. I mean, from prop eight in California to most recently with the medical marijuana and Utah. They definitely just seem like a big business overall more so than a church in it's shown through their like their changes in policy from the recent changes with. Allowing gay children to be baptized, too. You know, the black being allowed to have the priesthood back in the seventies. So is that a public relations gig? Is it a marketing demographic thing that they're doing you think I think it is? Because they I know they recently announced that they were hoping to get it and digital who's at thirty thousand missionaries, I believe number may be a little bit off. But then they I know those numbers never came to when they lowered the age of being allowed to start at eighteen. So I think they're just seeing those numbers dwindle, pretty rapidly. And so they're just trying to kind of stay with the times a little bit better. Yeah. I was talking to David FitzGerald about evolution and the evolution of religions. And he's like, if you wanna see proof of evolution just look at Christianity. Right. It'd be we see in a religion that has had to adjust and Volve and widen and alter and morph and change to stay relevant based on the culture that it's in. And so when you. You have a more accepting culture gradually stepping in that direction. How does the church day relevant? Well, they'll be few fundamentalists, who bunker down in the rest of the churches are going to say, hey, wait a minute in order to stay relevant. We're going to have to appeal to the culture that we live in. So it becomes sort of a marketing ploy. Absolutely. I mean, I know when I was growing up to even drink a mountain dew would be the one to biggest seems I could ever commit. But they've even relaxed their scans on that. So they had a ban on mountain dew a new there was coffee. Oh, I see it was caffeine in general, and now cold drinks are okay suddenly, but if you warm up the caffeine, suddenly, the same car coming in with the devil. How did you live without caffeine? It's just no wonder you left, no wonder you left. And I think because coffee is kind of an acquired taste, so like he at first, like I was gross to me, and so it took a little time to even get used to that. But, but now you partake you imbibe you I definitely I definitely fall under that Jack Mormon. And I just wanted to say real quick, I was a navy veteran. And I think where they come at is that they assume that you already believe in God, and that's what I kinda saw with a lot of the people that I didn't Iraq with it was like, oh, well, what's your or you go into? And it was just like kinda -ssume that you already a Christian or whatever religion you are in. And so, like the prayers that would be, you know, kinda just a basic nondenominational prayers and stuff like that it was just kind of like an accepted, part of the culture, I believe, well. I appreciate you calling into the show. Take it easy. There was a statement released by the Mormon church in twenty eighteen talking about its own financial management. Where does the money come from? This was posted at Mormon news room dot org. And they say that, well, a lot of their church work is funded my tithing from the church members. Well, that's partially. True. They also say this is a quote, a small portion of funds comments from businesses maintained by the church. Now anyone familiar with the Mormon church knows that they have their fingers in a whole bunch of corporate pies. Okay. Or business related buys the church admits that on top of the tithes they have stocks and bonds taxable, businesses agricultural interests, and commercial and residential property there in the real estate business. Well, mormonleaks is a Wiki page. Age that exposes some of this background information that the official church would like to keep hidden and I'm gonna try to have the mormonleaks guys on the radio here before too long because I think that would be fascinating show. They released information about thirteen different businesses that appear to have ties to the Mormon church based on their government filings. Now, these are filings that you only have to make you'll only app to submit them if your company manages money to the tune of one hundred million dollars or more. They are all investment companies money management companies, they are worth together. These thirteen businesses worth thirty two point seven billion dollars. I saw an article about this posted by him at meta friendly Theus last year. And he was putting all the pieces together. He said, K U, you TV news, put it into context, according to the Salt Lake. Abune. The latter day saints church. The Mormon church has not disclosed its finances since nineteen fifty nine and if thirty two billion dollars in business. Investments is considered a small portion of the church's funding. How much money does the Mormon church have area code six seven eight. You're on the thinking, Theus podcast. Thanks for waiting us. This, this is Erin. Hi seth. It's nice to talk to you, again you to what's going on here. I personally think that religion has no place in this world as a tax exempt organization, considering the amount of money that they bring in and also considering the amount of money that they then turn around and use as lobby money to influence laws legislation that would affect the rest of the world or community at large. I think that's his wrong as it can be. All right. Fair enough. I appreciate the call my friend. All right. So talk you later then good. Five one three, you are on the thinking, Theus podcast. Who's this? My name's max ex what's up? Hey, just subscribe to you recently, just find your videos really appreciate them. I actually used to be independent fundamentalist Baptist pastor as of two years ago, an ominous two years, not a long time. How difficult was that transition man? It was incredibly difficult, but like overall great and I'm appreciative of it. And I'm pretty much shield from all of it and good. Yeah, good. Good. Well, I'm glad escaped, my friend. Yeah. A lot of the best ambassadors for lack of a better word when it comes to educating nonbelievers about what it's like to be in religion. And there's a need for that. And also helping people do extricate themselves from superstition lot of the best ambassadors for that, or people who lived it. So I'm glad you're with us, my friend. What's on your mind? Well, a few things, but since you just talked about taxing the churches, you know, I definitely have experienced with that I actually went to a mission trip the last year, I was in the church, and we raised probably about twenty grand from all of our little congregations that we knew, and we got a bunch of medical supplies. We went down to Guyana, and we basically picked and choose who we wanted to give it to based on who was willing to receive our message. And I remember me as a Christian at the time I thought, you know, that was really unchristian the story of the good Samaritan is that the Jews pick and choose to they help. Right. And it's on it to be so hypocritical. We did that and now from the outside looking in, we should definitely tax them because they're not indiscriminately giving charity like the Red Cross or anything. They want to do it to spread their message. And I think as long as that bias is there that the government should respect them as five once three appreciate the call. Very much, my friend. Thank you. Thanks to have to go work. Christina retail is a massive industry in this country last year religious books in the United States generated five hundred ninety three million dollars in revenue. And of course, if you're in the business of printing, and selling bibles business is pretty good. You can buy the word of God in so many difference, often conflicting actually versions and translations and styles. There's the thin line bible, the ultra thin you got small print medium print large print, indexed red-letter bibles, wide margin, narrow margin bibles, paperback, hardcover leather bound, goat's skin calf skin pocket, bibles, reference bible, study, bibles, English standard version k Javy in K, J JV in a SVC SP, the new Jerusalem bible, the living bible message bible at Sarah. The chronological bible, the pastor's bible, the children's bible, the parallel bible, leadership bibles, engraved, bible, speech using your name or perhaps a great gift item for the person you love over one hundred million bibles are printed in the United States alone, every year, one hundred million and twenty five percent of those actually sell in the year that they are printed. No secret. Of course, that stamping, a religious image onto a retail product is a pretty easy way to make money cracked dot com. Had a brilliant article years ago, called twenty tacky religious products, guaranteed to anger God included in the list, I won't do all twenty but included is a baby Jesus cookie cutter. So if you know you're in the kitchen, and you're baking, you can just sorta stamp out, some little, baby. Jesus is. And serving if you're Catholic eating Jesus for you is not really a controversial thing. You know, you do it at every communion. So that's, that's fine. There's chocolate Jesus. There's chocolate crucifix. What looks like a lollipop there is pope cake dough say del up desert of the pope, this looks like a Swiss roll. There's Jesus loves you footwear. Now, these are sandals, and on the sole the bottom soul, the part that touches the floor there is an extruded taxed reverse text. And when you step in sand or soft dirt, or whatever it actually leaves the words, Jesus loves you in the sand print tons of Jesus action figures. There's the bible man video game. And then they finish the list with a dog Nativity set. And of course, Nativity scenes huge during the Christmas holiday season. And in fact, you know all we have to do is look around to see just how much. Money changes, hands when it comes to often kitschy Christmas decor, whether it's Jesus Christ tree toppers, or angel tree, toppers. You've got your holiday ornaments. You've got the tippety figures, which could be everything from Jesus. Mary Joseph, camels shape, those types of things, you know, the entire barn lit up in Christmas lights. You can buy those and put him out in your yard or whatever Christmas greeting cards to mail to family and friends albums and songs of Christmas, music, often covered by your favorite contemporary, Christian, artists, the Christmas industry, actually starts like the shopping season, actually starts his earliest September most years, some shoppers start even earlier holiday sales for retail outlets in the United States represents twenty percent of the entire year's transactions twenty percent of all the business. They do is wrapped around the Christmas. Holiday. The Reverend the evangelists the prophet of God. Kenneth Copeland has a net worth of seven hundred sixty million dollars. He is this close to being billionaire. Well, I say as a few hundred million shine, and he was recently interviewed I guess you'd call it an interview by inside edition about his Jetson lavish lifestyle. And the interview is way creepy. 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Ministry instead of taking this particular moment to say, hey, if you'd like the show, two days early in totally commercial free. Please consider supporting me on patriotic at patriot dot com slash Seth Andrews instead of doing that. I could just say the Lord wants you to sow a seed into his ministry. This is important work that I'm doing so cast your Brad upon the water so that seat of obedience into God's good work, and someday at some sort of undetermined time, possibly, not even in your own lifetime, it might come after you're dead, and you go to heaven, and you get extra gills crown or maybe your blessings will pass onto your kids grandkids their kids being kids or maybe appeared to somebody otherwise connected to you in a way that I can't really tell you about there will be blessing, my friend. So give me ten percent of your income. And one day, something's going to happen to wouldn't that be amazing. But no, I don't do that. I say if you would like the show early and commercial free. Here's my patriot or support the advertiser, because it helps to keep this show functioning, it is what you get. No surprises. No manna from heaven, no intangibles, no false promises. That's a beautiful thing. But if I was a scam artist or so much, fertile soil there. Because if you're selling hope, right? I mean they're selling prosperity. Many of them are riches. Actual tangible riches. God wants you to be healthy wealthy and wise and all you have to give me your money. I mean that's an amazing scam and the church and even Jellicoe circles and religious platforms have long been ripe opportunities for the scam artistic come in and bilk people out of their money. Peter Popoff is still a millionaire in the year twenty. Nineteen baiter Popoff is still making money. Benny hen is still making money. Jim Baker who did prison time for scamming people is still out there selling stuff making money in the name of Jesus. It's crazy. Kenneth copeland. He's been around forever. Hell, I grew up my mom watching Copeland on television, pastor and televangelist. He was on TV this back in was twenty sixteen with Jesse Duplantis. Do you remember Jesse Duplantis or hang on, if you don't know who Jesse Duplantis is, this is the dude that says that God took him up and gave him a personal tour of heaven, so that he could then come back and sort of report from the field to the rest of us, according to his story, he was lying in bed is about three o'clock in the morning. And there was a wind started to blow in his bedroom. There's a wind in the bedroom. All right. And then the wind blew onto his skin, and then through his pours, he felt the wind blowing through his body, and it was God and God was there. So the Jesse could see him. This is the same God of exodus chapter thirty three verse. Twenty who says that no one may see me and live that God. Well, okay, barely. He made an exception for Jesse. Jesse wasn't gonna look at Jesse refused. Because he knew he wasn't holy enough. And so he turned his is away. Well then he got hungry. Apparently encountering the divine and holy wind of God at three in the morning in your bedroom. Does stir up an appetite? So he went down to the kitchen and the Lord appeared to him again. And it was at the kitchen, apparently in the kitchen that God spoke to him again. And then whisked off to heaven to take a tour. Jesse Duplantis says with a straight face. He was just hanging out with God, he got to meet king. David. He got to meet the apostle Paul. He had this encounter in heaven and then came back, and he reported the experience. So that the rest of us would know that have an Israel, that Jesse Duplantis or right? Okay. So Kenneth Copeland Jesse Duplantis, these two guys are kind of peas in a pod, both old school televangelists to our naming it and claiming it mostly for themselves. Okay. Well, there's an interview back in two thousand sixteen there on the thing was Copeland's television show, and they're talking about why. It spiritually necessary for them to own and use private jets. Now, remember, Ken Copeland has his own airstrip? Not only does he have the jet. He bought the jet from Tyler Perry. I think the most recent one, okay. So this is like a three minute clip. But I wanna play the whole thing, so you can kinda here, just how these guys are rationalizing and justifying their private jets, while the rest of us are flying economy. You know, we're sitting back and row thirty four seat de with somebody's eight-year-old kick in the back of our chair. This is how they defend it. Here we go. I was flying home from a meeting, and I come out of a glorious meeting. I just found me criminal dollar will preach, you had a glorious meeting. So I was lack of a better way to say it, I was specially highs people will say, Tustin bliss got in the plane that got so graciously gave us we flying home as I was going home, the Lord real quickly. He suggested the you like your plane. I thought that's odd statement. He gave certain memories. Do you really like it? And I thought, well, yes Lord. He said, then he said this. So that's it. I didn't know how to handle if what he said gonna let you fade stagnate now when he said that, that shocked me, I whoa, wait. I literally on Boca seatbelt. My plane stood up. My pilot's where do you need some talking to God right now? Back to plan. I said, I don't think let my face stagnate. He says, so this is all I could ever do. So you want trying to tell me something, he's go to the book of Amos. So if you had the book of Amos wanna read this, or certain. You could've done that own an airliner, no, sir. No way, stand up say what you say. No. Okay. No. Yeah. And the guy said, no. Those, what the hell t- think he'd do do do that this, this is so important. And those of you that are that are just now coming into these things. In the first place. Jesse and and, and I and others. Keith morning. Chris Lowe, and all of. The world is in such shape. We can get there without this got to have this. We would have the mesh that the airlines are today, I would have to stop. I'm being very conservative, at least seventy five to eighty more like ninety percent of what we're doing 'cause you can't get there from here. It's impossible, so we and this was such a good illustration. To impress me. That's why we're on that airplane. We can talk to. It's when I was fine for all Robert, the brother. Do we month my boss on airplane? He said, Kenneth this sanctuary it protects the anointing on Rome Roberts and he should you. Keep your mouth shut. Don't talk to him lissi talks it. Because when he's on a meeting, he didn't talk to anybody, but got now or used flyer lines. But it even back there, the it got to the place where it was agitating is spiritual coming up to him. He had become famous and they won't need to pray for them all that. You can't. You can't manage that today this dope filled world, right? Get in an air getting along too with a bunch of demons. That's exactly and it's deadly. Okay. So that was twenty sixteen just recently inside addition vines Kenneth Copeland. I guess he's at an he wasn't at his own airport because that was private property. So they, they find him as he's getting ready to get in a car. Car and they just jump out may start at asking him about his lavish lifestyle. I'm gonna play you a few clips listen to this on comfortable response to what is really or should be pretty easy question. How much money did you pay for Tyler Perry's Gulfstream jet, for example, will, for example, this really, none of your business, but isn't it the business of your donors? Paid. You kind of caught me off guard here. Okay. Out here. I'd like to give you a chance to, to catch your breath in and have a conversation. We don't we don't want to catch off guard. You gotta get this. Hey, you listen to my, my wife inside edition is oh. Oh. Now. Thank you, Lord. Helping let me pretty well. Let me let me just ask you a really simple question. A lot of people think it's unbecoming for a preacher to live a life of luxury and to fly around in private jets, what's your response to that. Version. It takes a lot of money to do what we do. We have brought over one hundred. Let's see this. The latest figures came out. Hundred and twenty two million people to the Lord, Jesus Christ. Let me give you another example last may. I was scheduled. For Legos Nigeria as a long ways. I had a week off and I was scheduled for Peru. And prayed about it. And I'll though. I'm not mission that dedication in Jerusalem, without the airplane, that we have that often Tyler Perry and pay any hoarding. Tyler is one of the greatest guy he made it. He made that airplane. So cheap for me. I couldn't help but by it. Okay. Now you can hear how uncomfortable this man is each way. God just off and Florida's just go out of all you caught me off guard ear. You caught me off guard. So then the reporter persists, you said that you don't like to fly commercial because you don't want to get into a tube with a bunch of demons. Do you really believe that human beings are demon do not? And don't you ever say I did? We wrestle, not with flesh and blood. But principalities and powers explain what you meant by that, that by that term. Then just just explain. 'cause it's really simple. You said you didn't wanna get into a two with a bunch of demons. What did you mean? The. Well, let me ask you think that people that fly commercial or demon jimbotalks. We'd heart explain this but it's a biblical thing. It's a spiritual thing doesn't have anything to do with people, people love, people, Jesus loves people. But people get pushed in now call. Do you think that's a good place for a preacher to be and prepare to go preach to a lot of people when somebody in there is dragging, some woman done a now it made me so mad to see that on television. I wanted to punch the guy out myself I can't be doing that, while I'm getting ready to preach. Anybody else prefer to fly in Damon tube than have to ride with this, dude? I'm just I'd give me the demon tube. I think I'd rather fly, they're probably cheaper and they serve alcohol. I'm just saying one final piece of the exchange from the recent video clip with inside edition. And I spent a lot of time on airlines. But the main thing that happened was not that wasn't the main reason the main reason was could no longer do what I called a do. And be on airlines sides that on my clothes when I get there. And so you have some fancy clothes. I mean for a pastor, you are living a life of luxury, you've got great homes. You've got Great Plains, you, you drive in limos and. You're a very wealthy man. Yeah. And some people would say that is it is it appreciate through the. Up my wealth doesn't come from offerings alone. Sal, thanks, books, and DVD's. And I have a lot of natural gas on our property didn't know that I do. Do do then at wonderful. Wonderful for you. You know, we can't talk about the candidate Copeland's and the Jesse Duplantis is, and the of any Han and Peter pop off and all these guys, we can't do that without, including Robert Tilton. I don't wanna talk about Tilton, the Manjoo list who made millions of dollars selling prosperity on television. I don't wanna do that. I just want an excuse to play another Robert Tilton. Farting preacher, audio montage. When you make a thousand dollar balance eight you're saying, God. I don't have a thousand dollars but you do, but I will look to the God from whom things come from. That was good. This this right here. What you're doing. You're having God in his work. Hello. Hello. Thank you. Now for this new move. In his life. See that word expand. I'm simply seeing for someone that's not seeing down the path Koba. Oh, thank you. Jesus your life is in disarray. Thank you. Jesus. Thank you. Thank you. Okay. Thank you. There's there's a move right now. I'm hearing something really powerful for someone to come to come to you. And see if he will not open unto us the windows of heaven and cause men to giving them. Who about Kanda hold it? I'm sorry. Totta these on YouTube, Robert Tilton? Farting preacher, just put it in a search engine watch. What comes up base level humor? But I laugh. And with that my friends, let us go back to the switchboard five one to thanks for waiting. Who's this greater high? Is it Graylan? Most people just coming greats intact to talk to you. I've never seen it on the air. We'll call you gray. I will say, we're, we're buddies. So I can I call you gray unsign awesome or more on your mind? What are you thinking today? I the -pinion on the more or less control of the religious community of just trying to make too much money and trying to get into too many pocket. I keep seeing more and more. I'm queer trans person myself, and I keep seeing more and more coming into the pride community constantly trying to get more money from their than your standard religious outlet. It's just because I feel more people are being more testing, which is wonderful. But the church keeps I dunno the last couple years, I keep seeing church, pulling more and more saying, hey, we accept you. But the same time we're trying to get more into the community and taking from it as well. Sorry if I'm having a hard time explaining a little bit nervous. No. You're fine. You're doing. Greats. I saw a church marquee earlier this week or last week where there was a church that was saying some they, I can't remember the quotation. But the words on the marquee were words acceptance during pride month for LGBTQ people, meaning that, you know, we're not going to judge you here. And so if I'm hearing you right, what we're doing. We're seeing that, yes, they are becoming more accepting at least on the surface, we're seeing actions that communicate acceptance, but perhaps it is religion also trying to co-opt a demographic, so that it might increase its own influence very much, though. Coopting I feel like is people are feeling accepted again, into a church community where they might have been kicked out of or felt left out of furlong period of time and more. And more churches are becoming involved in that but every time I see it, it's kind of hard to cow because there was a pastor here in Texas recently. Two years ago said we don't want to be a part of this community and only last year. Hey, get everyone back in here because they lost a good portion of their congregation and it's just kind of thickens me a little bit, or just makes me worrisome of people that are so willing to go back because they're accepted into arms of openness, but not completely openness. So great, I guess we're trying to figure out are they motivated because they genuinely heavy bold their own thinking. I mean often people involved they're thinking and steps. Right. Maybe someone resists the hatred and bigotry out there and so still locked into a Jesus model or, or religion model. They want to try to do better trying to separate those people from people who were like, well, I need to be relevant, and we need more asses in the seats. So let's get back into the church very much to get the us back into the church. 'cause most of us is being more accepting of just modern culture. And I've come from a household words to pastor missionary. So that's a fun environment. In the last couple of years. They're becoming more accepting and things of that nature for a wider community. But at the same time, we don't accept it. We love you. But we need to try to clear this out of the air. So is this play on hate, the sin love the center very much, though, is what I keep saying. And it's not to say that every church, there are quite a few loving, open churches and wonderful for them. But it's the fact of I keep seeing more and more churches being, like, hey, we'll openly, welcome you in. I've had a couple of friends get accepted back in just so they can be like, we love you burnt maybe wanna keep working on. It just makes it feel like that something we need to keep an eye on. And I feel bad for people who had bad experience in church. And I just want to get back in as quick as they can. But I don't I'm not saying they were tricked into that's not the proper terminology but being willing to go back into easily into arms that aren't truly supporting too. Concern. I think thanks for bringing it to the show. Thank you. The pleasure. Speaking with you. Always go back to that, quote from Andrea steel friend of mine, who lives in the Florida. She said everything I ever learned about marketing, I learned in church. She grew up in the church being a part of all of these different facets of the church. She's now in eight Theus ymt so it's interesting because if you look around at the branding in the marketing of God, Jesus, Allah, whatever you see really a lot of business methodologies and place business practices in play, and certainly a lot of money changing hands. This is not a surprise, but it's something I felt like that we should address especially with all these wealthy promoters of religious messages out there claiming that it's God's will that we make them rich. Anyway, thanks so much for listening to the broadcast today. I will see back here next week. Take care. 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