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5-20-2020 Lance with John Hamel and Chuck Weber

Lance McAlister

17:28 min | 11 months ago

5-20-2020 Lance with John Hamel and Chuck Weber

"And. The following takes place between eight PM and nine PM. Of the eight o'clock hour, we go eight zero eight on seven hundred wwl W. it's Arnelle. Carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. I'm Lance McAlister one hour from now. Brace yourself your reality. Check is on the way with gamble and fin for the moment there. Let's turn back the clock. Go with me back ten years ago tonight to US bank arena the. The completion of an improbable run a journey to to hoist the Kelly Cup, the cyclones in front of thirteen, thousand, four, hundred, eighty, three, captured the Kelly Cup. They're second. In three years. The run started as the number five seed. They were down three in the conference finals, and all of it wrapped up ten years ago tonight, and it satellite like this. Mike Hamilton drops down. Early Cup Championship in two, thousand What it improbable. Caesar as the cycles wind up knocking off south, Carolina, the route, but offending Kelly Cup champions. The second round this scrap shelby American. Regular season champion Charlotte checkers. Three. They come from three nothing. Coils to advance to this route. Against the BRABHAM Cup champions. The Idaho steelheads the cycle? Don't have to go the full of the series. They take care of it here in five games tonight. Your final score to. Listen to the crowd that night. Man I get chills here in that. Let's welcome in the man behind the MIC. Who witnessed that run? He was the radio play by play voice. He was the media relations director. He did it all for the Cincinnati cyclones. That would be John Hamill. How are you? Doing well thanks for having me you got it. has you hear that and you think back Gimme Gimme the emotions of just a spectacular run. What what stands out about that team that run to you? You know the things that jumped out to me. There were three things I thought. If I was the resiliency of the team six times in that postseason land, it was winter go home, and and they punched him in the mouth. Six Times You don't eat titans in that in that playoffs, they had come from behind wins and four times with multiple goals. You know your your second point that I had there was They played hard when it mattered the most you know that. We're GONNA. Talk about it here in just a minute with the reading series, but big played nine teams and fourteen days, and they won eight of the nine so. You're you're pretty good there? And then of course goaltending everybody saw Robert Mayer and the lights were bright, and he was great. Don't get me wrong, but journey Smith in the first round on one of the best ball, any performances I've ever see so those were the three big points I took out of everything. Is John Give me some? Kind of Flash, the memories of the fans back in time to some of the the names the impact. Guys on that team that you think of. When you think of that season of that accomplishment. Oh golly buried. For sure the captain of the team, you know he was great during the regular season scoring. With nine goals in the postseason and Dustin sproat, who was just spectacular with eleven goals in the post season, and then not Jimmy Patrick, good all season Brett Robinson gets the game winner, and then you go on on the back side. You know with read Cashman. Who? Played most of the year in the American League, now he's assistant coach with the Washington. Capitals Jason Joseph He's been eliminated by the cyclones when he was in polio and not in seven and then in Vegas. Wait I guess if you can't beat him. You better join them with two goalies. That was a good run man. Oh, man, John Hamill checking in the outstanding play-by-play Voice of the cyclones ten years ago tonight, when they hoist the Kelly Cup and win the Cup for the second time in three years. We're GONNA be joined coming up in our next by Chuck Weber the coach of that team. John You sent me a lot of notes leading up to this which I cannot thank you enough for and one. The jumped out to me. A Michael Jordan aspect of this. Tell that story if you could. Absolutely obviously, he was the owner of the Charlotte basketball team. And when we showed up to the arena for games six, it was morning skate that day and We were coming into the building at exactly the same moment, but Michael Jordan was and and says we're coming in Mj. There's good luck you guys. You're playing. Great guys wins. In. didn't do so well. We lost three nothing, so my job at seven was to make sure he was nowhere. That's beautiful. Lover Steve Kerr when we need it exactly exactly I mentioned. We're going to talk with chuck the next segment. Let me ask you you working with Chuck pre-game interviews around him all the time practice bus. What was what was Chuck Weber like? Tell me about the impact. He had on that team because man, he had a magic. One hundred and seventy seven games in four years here in forty five playoff games. When he was here, he was spectacular the the biggest. Capital, but I can give he was. He was terrific with managing the people. He's one of the festive value raiders of talent that I've ever been around in any sport and when when it comes, I worked with sparky with Boche Sham. Becker with Huggins and John Harbaugh I put him in that echelon. Both for being on. The floor as well as being behind the scenes, I mean just spectacular. I can't say enough good things. I think the thing that that maybe jump south most. You gotta remember. We had check here for four seasons well, it was really closer to five because in an e C. Chelsea's their seventy two games in four years coach seventy one. Man. Unbelievable before i. let you run catch. Everybody up. KICK CYCLONE! Fans up! What are you up to these days? What keeps you busy? Well tell you what I bought my wife here with about a thousand stories from that. So every every time I think about something I'll throw out a note and I just see the is role, but. For me since I've left the organization I worked with the Great Education team over huber providing solutions for feeding. Kids in school so they takes a bunch of my time and I'm certainly glad to be involved with that and you know. It's been a good run for me. All the way around I eat great years with the cyclones. I can't think those people enough for everything they did to me. John, this was a blast and I I can't tell you how much it means You sent me an email. A couple of weeks ago, gave a heads up, but I circled it on the calendar. I love on this date and sports things related to this town I love taking fans back to those moments, and your notes were perfect. In fact you, you help lineup. Chuck in our next segment was was fantastic. It means a great deal main, thank you. Absolutely I, certainly appreciated and boy I can't wait to hear what chocolate is to say John. Thank you take care. Stay safe. All right there. You Go John Hamill the voice of that team. Ten years ago tonight cyclones voice the Kelly Cup in front of thirteen, thousand, four, eighty, three, a US bank arena, and up next the coach he won to Kelly Cup titles four years here, one hundred and seventy seven wins forty-five playoff wins. Chuck Weber will join US next. It's Arnold carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred WWL W. Fleming. Eight, twenty three seven hundred wwl W, it's sportstalk. Arnold carriers for talk presented by Chelsea. I'm Lance McAlister thanks for hanging out and tagging along tonight the theme in this half hour ten years ago, tonight cyclones hoist the Kelly Cup and completely a magical run through the postseason. Our next guest guided the Cincinnati Cyclones's Kelly cups in his four seasons one hundred and seventy seven regular season Wins forty-five playoff wins. It is a pleasure to welcome in former head coach of the Cincinnati Cyclones Chuck. Weber coach Lance McAlister. How. Are You doing great? Glad great to hear. It is great. Oh, everything is fantastic. I'm so excited to talk with you. When I found out that John said you were going to be able to join me I, wonder if you think back ten years ago tonight, the the sense of pride and accomplishment in how magical that run was just just an amazing run, wasn't it? It was yeah, especially with the fifth seed in. In the playoffs, it wasn't like the year in a way were basically the the leader right out of the gate to the finish line and you know. We went through so much adversity I think we went through styles, forty five players during the regular season and with everything else going on, and you know we again. We were achieved one every what I hammered and Even game, and the first two rounds send put ourselves down three nothing against writing and and then came back, and then quick turnaround flute up Boise Idaho. That with four games to. That was that was the easiest of all the series? Take me back to the conference finals, and you delivered a speech. The just win a period speech. Tell me about that, yeah! I don't really think it was so much. The speeches guys were in a good spot and it was it was. We had nothing to lose We were down over three. You know we were in every game didn't get a bounce here. Bounce there and it was kind of weird, because reading was actually we're the Fitzy, but reading was the sixers seven they upset a couple of higher seats as well and We went down and you know I. Think just you know. Our energy levels the first. To catch up with us a little bit. sinker Demayo happen. Motif heard the urban legend is true. Our boys got. And we had three. We had three days off. or fear forties off. Actually Bon Jovi was using writings arenas to check. It was the Chris System so we played three games and then we've had. It was like four days off so Cinco de Maya. The boys were like Hey, one glasser Dan, or have a couple of drinks I'm like that's fine. And they came in the next day. Reeking of like Ben. Gay Big Red trying to hide it. And everything else. Fortunately our guys out there, guys. and. We started chipping away. Yeah I just I. You know, 'cause a couple of people that car. You're going to be mad. You know they're out drinking. It's the conference finals and guys were down three Datsun and A big speech or getting be angry. Pull pulled Lombardi or something like that. It's not gonNA work and. Guys you know and it was like we need to win a period. You know we're not GONNA win four games in the first minute of game for a period I. Think Tamil told me I think the remaining twelve periods. We were ten or to. kind of saying that we just started chipping away a couple of tough lineup. Decisions some guy. It just wasn't working for you. Especially, one of our guys so I sat him, and that was kind of I. Think the guys in the locker room, or she's one of our leading scores and guys like Oh. Wow, chuck's really well. You know this you know, sit. Scores to try to win this and get whatever it takes, and he actually sat all four games that we came back. Played All five games in the finals and I think he's their second or third. The scoring the whole playoffs leading miss those those are the forget, and we had a couple of hard talks and early on, and it just wasn't working is like. Hey, you're not going tonight game four. He's just looked at me and I was like Yep. And then game five can okay. I'm like no, you're not going to either. then. He realized he wasn't playing the rest of the series. He came out the after Game Seventies. Okay, I understand. And you know if you're free, if you if you need me game one I'm like. Yeah, you're playing a game on. Well, you know. All went from there, Chuck. What did it mean you win it on home ice in front of thirteen, thousand, four, hundred, eighty three. What did it mean to do it there and and your sense of what it meant to the fans that? Oh it was. It was unbelievable, especially going through it just two years earlier in two thousand, eight, seeing the crowds, and you know the and stuff that we had had for that for that round against Vegas. and. Huge crowd come in, and I think it was like one of the things. We had some great crowds during the regular season. You Know Ray. Ray Harris our owner and kristen. The whole front office had done a great job. You know and and and John has done great with you know promoting the team through his you with with him with his job and It was just like one of those they just kept pouring in. People just kept pouring in pouring in and especially when we went up what late when Brett Robinson took the shot in everyone starts chanting. We want the cup, and then it started going. We want the cup again, You you've been in many different cities over the years. Is it fair to say that? The city of Cincinnati holds a very special place in your art it does you know my first head coaching job you know woman have a lot of hockey over those four years. You know I think a lot of pride in the standpoint. We went from my first year in two thousand six didn't have a player. You know new franchise. We just starting up again. you know we had the brand name, but we didn't have the team yet. You know so, you know when when ray brought me in. That first year we lost in the division finals. Then we win it. We lose the conference finals and we win. It again and then Jeez. You know three of the next four coaches fall played for me. You Know Jerry. Skull the. In place for me and Orlando Matt McDonald won a championship with me eight and they're in great hands now with Mattie Thomas Coach against Mattie for decades and You know so just the point that the team has been so successful now over. The Fourteen fifteen year stretch I think they've only made me miss the playoffs one year. Or two years and you know to win a couple and you know I think if you're GONNA look down. The history of Cincinnati Sport is probably one of the most successful runs here over a decade and a half in Cincinnati. History Chuck I got about a minute update listeners. What what are you up to these days? Where are you these days I in coaching? College hockey now I'm at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute so for the hockey fans. It's an ECAC school. famous for guys like Adam oates. Mike mcphee. Joey Juneau their. PUPA those guys we've had about fifty or sixty? NHL players come through our doors. This is your to from the college hockey working with a guy by the name of Dave Smith WHO's the head coach here who has been a longtime friend I have a four year old now, so the yeah, the jumping around of Pro Nineteen years pro coaching, and just decided to change gears, a Little Bit Movie Division One College Hockey, and that's what I've been doing so. was in the American League and went to Europe and now couldn't some roots down here in North American College. Excellent Hey. Let you go to the show. That follows me. Tonight is the reality check. One half of that is Tom, gamble Tom Gamble called during the break and said to tell you he said hello. I'm bit that I spent a lot of good time with him those last couple of years and yeah, it definitely Miss Those Guy, all the people and the you know the fans. especially it was such a special place and You know it's funny that the replaying the game tonight on Youtube replay the replaying game five tonight live and Auto I. Think they're gonNA replay win from two thousand eight as well so thank ones are doing okay jobs staying on that sports landscape there Cincinnati, excellent. So great to hear your voice so great catching up with the appreciate the time congrats on everything. You have going on best a lot going forward. They take care there you go, check Weber head coach of the cyclones ten years ago tonight when they won the Kelly Cup for the second time in three years I am way late news time, and then dubbed flying around the corner on the anniversary tonight of his first major. League home. Run with the big red machine after we check news, aren't carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred WWL W.

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5-20-2020 Lance with Eric Koch

Lance McAlister

07:32 min | 11 months ago

5-20-2020 Lance with Eric Koch

"And. The following takes place between seven PM and eight PM. All right. We're rolling seventy eight already seven hundred wwl W sportstalk till nine gamble infants abrupt the reality. Check at that point later on in this hour Pat Brennan from the inquire talks a little FC. Cincinnati coming up in the eight o'clock hour. It's Tonight is the ten year anniversary of the cyclones winning the Kelly. Cup that was their second in three years. We'll. We'll talk with the voice of the cyclones at the time. John Hamill. We'll talk with the coach of the cyclones. At the time. Chuck Weber they'll check in at Eight, Oh five eight twenty, and then Doug. Flynn the glue at eight thirty five tonight I happened to notice. Today is the anniversary of his first Major League home run imagine being twenty four years old. Old playing for the big red machine in nineteen, seventy five. You get to replace Joe. Morgan in the seventh in your parents are in the stands, and you get your first major league home run. I dropped Doug. Flynn note on facebook today. And he said sure I'll come on, so he's coming on at eight thirty six tonight to talk about that moment, so we are. Are loaded up between now and nine o'clock alright excited to get with our next guest, because I watched Fox nineteen in a story that the routed and I said all right. I've got to talk with him. Because this is clearly like sweeping the tri-state, it is Joe Borough Jersey. Mania, that has unfolding the search for the number nine Joe Borough Jersey and who better. Than the epicenter of it all the iconic cook sporting goods on fourth fourth street downtown. Let's welcome in. Eric Cook. Eric Lance McAlister. How are you? I'm doing great. How're you doing tonight? I am very well and I'm glad you could spend a few minutes. Take take me back Joe. Borough was drafted April twenty third. How would you describe the demand for the Joe Borough Jersey since that night? Well to be honest with you. It started about a week before that we were taking pre orders for these and really didn't know what we were getting ourselves into. We ordered a couple of hundred thinking well. We older, too many of these. Are People really going to be buying into this? You know, and then you know we we. We were closed down for. For a couple of weeks we opened up last Tuesday morning and it was like Christmas morning. We had twenty boxes or burrow jerseys waiting for us, and by Wednesday, they were just about all gone bad. Oh, man, I think everybody's frame of reference is back to Curson Palmer D. do you have a rely recollection of anything like this when Carson was drafted? Not even close you know Carson with heisman. Trophy winner first round pick but he wasn't Jodhpur. Phenomenon either I don't really understand it fully, but the build up around Joe Burrell compared to Carson Palmer. It's night and day for real media is much much bigger so as you mentioned you are now. You're open right now. Is that correct? We are yes. We opened our doors. Turn the life back on last Tuesday morning we have all the faith measures in place by the glass masks are required by anybody coming in, so we've been having walking customers as of last week. Yeah, do you? Do you have the borough jerseys in stock or do you have to order them at this point? We're still okay if you have if you're three XL. Your toddler or a youth size? We have those in stock still every other size. He ran out of like I, said before, probably in a day or so we went through a couple of hundred, so we actually have more on order. They are telling us at Nike that we should expect him hopefully by the middle of June or give me an idea of what say for an adult size something that I would wear. What is the cost of Joe? Joe Borough Jersey there eighty, nine, ninety nine. There's three different Nike Jerseys if they make. This is the cheaper of the three and really nice. He's had a manufacturing issue. Because of covid nineteen, it had to shut down a lot of their capabilities where they make these jerseys so really there only able to do the cheaper one four now. They told us during the season. They should have more hopefully. Knock on wood. capabilities to make all the others. I just checked my twitter feed, and I have a question from listener. Only one of my listeners can have this question I will toss it to you. You see Chris wants to know. He has a Curson Palmer Jersey. Can he bring it in? Have you strip the Palmer off in so borough in yesterday? I had a feeling that might come up. Yes we have done that before. We can certainly do advertising. Get in touch with us. you know the great things about the Bengals they love recycling numbers? You know from Rudy Daunton et Cetera then Jeremy Hill That might be more of a cost effective way of doing the The burgers even buying a new one. Absolutely talking about Joe Borough Jersey Mania, that is unfolding were at the epicenter of all of it with Eric Cook from Cook. Sporting goods on Fourth Street downtown. Let me let me switch over to the reds. For a second. They had built up so much momentum in the offseason with so many signings did that translate into reds? Fans wanting reds jerseys this off season. You know I have a feeling it would. That's one of the negative things, and of course we have to keep everything perspective with everything going on in the world, but we were really looking forward to a bigger red season than we've had in a Lotta years, and because we were shut down for a couple of months, we haven't seen it. you know which is a shame, but again I think whenever they start to play ball again. I think there will be that excitement again. So I think everybody in the city is open for that question related to the Regin Shogo Akiyama. If someone wants to show Jersey, does the back have shogo or does it have Akiyama? Well hockey on. Current, store, not. You can go the other way, too. That's beautiful I. Love the flexibility. I've also always struck by this and I saw this when I went to your website again today. You guys have been around this true. You guys have been around since eighteen eighty eight. That is correct, actually myself. My Cousin Ryan Cutting Kathy where the fifth generation we're all working there now, so we've been around for a while, not always selling sporting goods, but but you know I think we started with theater curtains and things like that and how a bit over the years yeah. What for those listening, who who want more about the Borough Jersey WanNa look online. What's your website? WWW DOT cook sports dot com Cookie Spelled Funky K. O. C. H. S. P. O. R.. T. S. Cook School Dot Com. Hey, it is a great catching up I appreciate the insight and best of luck going forward. Thanks thanks Eric there. You Go Eric Cook Cook Sporting Goods Fourth Street downtown. They can't keep them in. Everybody wants a Joe Borough Jersey. Talking with. Casey, earlier today about jerseys he has purchased. We've purchased or him birthdays Christmas. A you name it over the years and the luck. He has had with the players who he's got the Jersey of then being traded or leaving free agency. Can put together a really lengthy list. All right, Pat Brennan fills us in on the new FC FC Cincinnati coach coming up at seven thirty six will continue though it's Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. Arnelle, carriers your Global Transportation Provider visit our LLC DOT COM and Kelsey Chevrolet Open for sales and service with a new state of the Art Collision Repair Center coming in July seven hundred WWL W.

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5-20-2020 Lance with Pat Brennan

Lance McAlister

13:32 min | 11 months ago

5-20-2020 Lance with Pat Brennan

"Seven, thirty eight seven hundred wwl W sportstalk carrier sports dot presented by Kelsey Chevrolet Arnelle carriers global transportation. Provider visit our LLC DOT COM and Kelsey. chevrolets open for sales and service, and they've got a new state of Eric. Collision, repair center coming in July coming up top of the hour, the tenth anniversary ten years ago tonight, some thirteen thousand US bank arena is the Cincinnati cyclones captured the Kelly Cup we'll talk with their play by play voice, John, Hamill, and then the head coach, Chuck Weber who won to Kelly cups in his four years here in Cincinnati. He's actually here in Cincinnati has been here for. For a while the story behind that coming up just after eight o'clock news, but the story of the day is related to FC Cincinnati. The announcement of the official hiring of Yop stom- today as the club's new head coach will be formally introduced on a online video call tomorrow morning at ten am is forty seven years old the the resume impressive and here to shed more light on that and talk. See Cincinnati has been way too long and I'm very excited to welcome in from the Enquirer Cincinnati, dot com. He is all over all things FC Cincinnati. That would be Pat Brennan how are you? Land some grey. Your introduction is entirely too kind. It has been too long what it is great to It is great especially in these times always been. Am I correct first things I. Am I correct in the pronunciation? Yup stom- Yup. Got It you may now to me that you you're the. You're the expert, so I defer to you, but this isn't some just ordinary joe hiring. This is a significant big time hiring. Is it not? Yeah this is one lance that would have turned heads across the globe today, and maybe tomorrow is the new cycle Kinda circulates for the eastern part of the world, but This is a guy that was a starter on arguably. The Best Club soccer team and Manchester United during their ninety eight ninety nine season one of the best club soccer teams in the modern era and he wasn't just. There for the ride. He was a key player. He was a starter and He's playing career alone. makes him someone that is globally noteworthy I think in in the global soccer community, and then he's had some. This is his first coaching job. I think it's fair to say. He's had mixed success, but he's had mixed success. In some of the toughest most competitive leagues in the world did pretty well for himself in the second division in England, which some people argue including myself is not the most skillful league in the world, but the one of one of the toughest, if not the toughest leagues in the world, because you're fighting to get into that English premier. So. He did really well one season when he was managing a club called reading F C in that second division in England so Yeah, this is this, is he was he was considered? One of the one of it's not the best defender in the game in his era, which is not that long ago? So this is a modern player. As you said, he's only forty seven years old and Yeah, this one turned heads all over the globe today. The other thing that jumps out to me. There are some guys with the big name who will just ride on their big name to me I. I look at the resume and I see player I see he spent. Some time is a scalp. He was an assistant. He's been the top guy that's. That's a well rounded resume that to me jumps out. Is that fair? Yeah one hundred percent I mean Lance. I'm going to see this in the news release, but. He had a coaching stint for a an academy team at all be a academy for one of the biggest soccer clubs in the world, so I'm sure that team was quite prominent in its you know age division, and for its among its peers, but he was a youth coach. You know and he and he talks that. He's proud of his professional development. So yeah, this is this is a guy who did not just kind of appear at the top levels of the game because of his big name his playing days, he really I think put his put his nose to the grindstone. And works his way up and to be named obviously to be named head coach just. Cincinnati, he would've earned that, but he's. He's I. Think it's definitely fair to say he. He is He's earned everything. He's gotten in the in the coaching. Aspect of his career and that includes his job today and I also think it's important to note he hasn't. He hasn't used his name kind of in the same vein. Lancia hasn't used his name to try to get into like one of these huge huge global giant soccer clubs. They've all been like you know reading FC. Household name in these in this part of the world and You know even the quote Unquote Big Club. He coached in the Netherlands, that was a great accomplishment in that country, but these aren't necessarily global brands so I think he takes on attainable jobs and He's good at them, so they're to me. That's exists. The also knows. Maybe maybe he knows his limitations as well and knows what he's capable of succeeding at which is you know that might sound? Simplistic, but some people don't have that self awareness in the game. Pat Brennan checking in from the ACQUIRE CINCINNATI DOT COM talking about FC Cincinnati. Then out of the clubs new head coach today he'll be official introduced to the media tomorrow. We'll see him on zoom tomorrow win. Here's the big question. When might he actually be here and able to get hands on with his new club? Through really good question, my answer to you is I. Don't have a firm answer on that yet, but when you look at. The situation with the pandemic and some of the government rules and regulations closed borders He's GonNa, be facing i. mean let me let me I. Mean That's all part of this right now and I've heard some people suggest today that become. Maybe they announced the higher now because they found a window or some way to get him into the country, so they can start the immigration process if that's true great I, don't I have to think probably not the case just because how serious. The damage is being treated and most of the world lands so I think that You Know I. Challenge. I can tell I could tell him every answer. Just to put this. Put It in perspective, you know. There were three players three new players that have Cincinnati acquired in the off season, and who they are exactly, it doesn't really matter and people will. Your Cardio was one Adrian Peterson. FC Cincinnati was all. It's not just FC Cincinnati clubs rather less or having Longer than usual they were dealing with longer than usual processing times and Thailand the immigration process just be. You know this isn't a political comment about I. think it's was largely seen just because of the regime. That's. Running our country right now, lance and that is what is was. Immigration was already a longer process than some of these clubs were accustomed to, and that was before the Pantheon. Okay so now you have. The pandemic forms closed not just here, but in the places where you know in in the part of the world where Yup is coming from to. if like, if if like people, your is today if there's a window and a way to get him in now to start the process, awesome I'm not aware of it. That's possible at this time, so it could be a while, and it could be a situation. You know it's Kinda doubly concerning because it seems like mls has thrown all its eggs into this Orlando. Plan that some people have talked about relocating all the teams to Orlando to resume practice like real practice, and maybe some form of competitive games, and if that planning gets off the ground lands, it could start as early as June though we're talking less than two weeks out from that, so it's hard to imagine yourself being able to work. In the full managerial capacity, even in the best of circumstances, just considering the time line, he might be up against, so it could be a while but I think that's Cincinnati just like they said when they set out on this head coaching search, you know this is not about a short term, fix? This is a look. This is about plan for their future so I think they have an eye to twenty twenty one as much maybe more as they do. Have they have an IDA twenty twenty here now Pat Brennan checking in from the choir since a dot, com speaking plans for the future, any sense of what the future now might hold for current interim coach, Yawn, demet. Bringing the heat tonight lane. Really good question. I asked You I asked her about that last week at the time and had been broached with. These systems in the club I would assume some sort of progress towards some in has been made in the week since that interview took place with your own I camp, general manager But it's A. It's a really interesting situation now because you'll on his being a team player, a club first metality put Cincinnati. You know number one of the priority list seemingly every situation he's been confronted with. Guided the team through a really ugly periods. That really wasn't. Any. He really can't take too much blame for what happened on the field last year, and yet he chose to preside over it as interim head coach and. took some bumps and scrapes. That came with that so. That's. Really value this guy you talk about prospects you know on the playing side, but this was a prospect for the coaching side and someone. They WANNA develop. You know. I time is passed and she's been. Essentially you know the really. Blunt way to say he's been looked. He's been passed over for the. Now. In the meantime he's up a heck of a little resume from himself so. I don't know that he wouldn't have options elsewhere. My guess is His inclination would be to want to stay around with Cincinnati, but I think you had some saying that, too. Because just like in baseball and football in soccer you want to, it's it's not it's. It doesn't mean you don't want isn't trustworthy. You're a bad guy. He. Just Yup might want him to leave. Just because up doesn't own, and it's as simple as that and he wants to bring in his guys. He's already bringing in. Eddie off just might want to have his beat surrounded by those guys. And that's that's that's. That's a fair. Who had coach in any country in. The world so to determined about Yawn May I. Think Se Cincinnati thrilled to find a way to keep him around I. THINK HE WANNA. Be around, but Yeah, this is a little bit different then when Ron is hired and. Yuan was touted as maybe the next generation of head coach Craftsy Cincinnati, because who rod really quickly. The next generation is here. And now I think the the distant future. Maybe maybe isn't quite as clear for you on today. As it was yesterday, great catching up with you got one more for you got about a minute, so do a Do a reset for us. If you consider I know, we were a couple of games into this thing when things were shut down, but from a roster standpoint, the additions locadia and others now a GM, in place coach in place is your sense that this club is on a solid path with a map that is taking them in the right direction. Yeah absolutely I think they've got a lot of the right. They've got more of the right players in place they definitely have the general manager and place, and he's been able to use his direct networks have put some other things in place, both in terms of players now choice with the head coach, and hopefully this one goes better than last time, but there's a clear. Clear plan I thought I'd see Cincinnati already. Light years ahead of where they were in terms of the play in the first two games to sustain the plug was. When it was, but I think I think without question this strange moving in the right direction lance. Hey, it is so cool to talk talk. FC Cincinnati with the appreciate your making the time good to hear your voice stay safe and talk again soon. Absolutely thanks so much talk to you again. He is Pat Brennan from inquiries on Twitter P. Brennan e n Q p Brennan Espn Cue that of course at p Brennan, he and q take a timeout continue sports. Talk Seven hundred WWL W.

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Sports Talk 5-20-2020

Lance McAlister

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Sports Talk 5-20-2020

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Let's get to at six Oh nine seven hundred wwl wwl's sportstalk until nine o'clock tonight we are loaded up pack tonight. We have a lot of different guest on a lot of different subjects between now and nine o'clock, and then it's gambling fin with your reality check. Let's go straight out of the chute with early off hitter tonight, favorite of the show front of the show second. Second. Round pick of the reds back in nineteen, eighty managed for years in the reds, minor league system than the Yankees System whatever twenty one hundred games. He's in the International League Hall of fame. He went in at two thousand fourteen. He managed Your Cincinnati. Reds in two, thousand, three, two, thousand and five is always a pleasure to spend a few minutes with Dave. Miley how are you? My good friend. Good to hear your voice and me on. Argue well everybody good. Great what about you we're? We're hanging in. Their kids are going a little. Stir crazy, but we're good. I thought of you last night because you had sent a text in the middle of the show I had. I was talking with Rick Green last night, who made his Major League debut with the reds? In June of ninety nine, it was his only major league appearance. He pitched five and two thirds. Innings gave up three runs. He never got another shot in the major leagues. You Happen to be listening. You recommended the red sign him. You had him at Triple A.. You got to tell him he was coming up. What what do you remember about grade in that moment I'm tell you what he One of the best things about AAA managers you know televised debate leagues and he was. Granted access. We call the Minneapolis and also can. Be saw on Toledo Tigers, and then He was with the Milwaukee as his last year as a free agent and You know me and Buck always thought highly. Sudden reached out to To Jim Bodenham. News are indirectly time and they're recommended them. They signed him and did a job force and it was great that he got a chance to go. Especially, what Cincinnati boy as you said when you and you're probably so many stories over the years, but that moment when you're able to see the look on their face when you tell them, they are being called up. That's gotta be really cool. No doubt and I heard a little bit, and it gets to hold a conversation with him last night, but I. I do remember. when we told them on the road in Norfolk and evidently couldn't get a hold of his wife. Lady the BALLPARK and I. Looked at bucket. Grant Jackson Cohen. said. Well, thank you. She calling me for and then. You know I didn't want to tell her over the phone, but now she gave us. Rick. And it all worked out, but Yeah, that's definitely the best part of you know AAA stuff. You can talk to the guy that AAA manager You know having to release. Guys was the worst, but sending guys especially at first time like you. I remember Dan, balloons and guys like that of the world that they're going to the big leagues or something. To look on the face and. Coming through. You I earlier in the week. Ahead Eric Davis on the show. We were talking about the the decade the all decade team. The fans voted on. You you played with Eric all the way back in one thousand, nine, hundred one with you gene. You played within through the system, did did you? Could you see his his greatness unfolding as you were a teammate of his? Our I tell you what he? Probably wanted best athletes I have ever seen her plate with He. You know I don't know if they're told you. The originally signed shortstop and kind of like the Reggie Sanders story where. He made on how many areas and they moved in the Senate filled, and that was the year that that I the first year that I played in eighty one and. You know just the adjustment. He made out there I mean it just came so easy for them and You know like we talked to. It's probably been over the winter that last time I talked Eric but You know just he probably could have done anything. He wanted on high school. Basketball football didn't matter and Larry and was drafted him out of La and And you know that just tells you. How bad scouting back in the day. Before him! Side you mentioned Aaron. Boone and you had him with the reds, did you? Did you ever think that get the at the time? That guy could be a major league manager someday. What do you think of him? becoming a manager. Where you would, what is bloodline? You Know I. Never Given much thought that. That first of all aid money, getting that side of it and You know with the blood line with the. Grandfather Ray Boone and Bob and you know Brett playing, and all that kind of like the bell situation. Those guys! They were just around baseball so many times. Peres's guys like that. I thought Aaron did a terrific job. Obviously New York's not. That it's not the most easiest place to manage I'm sure but you know I think it helps them going into that espn side of it where you know the the communication and different things like that, but Aaron probably could have done anything. He wanted her baseball general manager, or whatever so very happy form talking little reds baseball with. The former reds manager member of the International League, Hall of Fame Whenever Twenty One hundred games in the minor leagues during his time. You also I forgot about this. I went back and it was looking this up. You had dion for about Twenty Game Stretch it Louisville in two thousand and one, and he was just odd, he'll almost four hundred for you and a twenty game stretch and got the call up. What was it like watching Dion? The baseball player right right He. You know we. We had a little past I guess it was around. I guess it was ninety three after after the Yankees and all that we were in Atlanta, and I got to talk to him for a long time, and hadn't seen him for a while and then Jim Jim signed him as a free agent and You Know He. He did twenty game stretch like he said he had most I. Remember about the is watching this guy go if it's not from first to third, but if ever watching them hit a triple, just amazing. But he I mean he had he had the tools and you know what he was able to do. On the football and baseball side of it and not miss a beat was. Just terrific, but he. Did you? Are you mentioned scouting and between nineteen, eighty, five and eighty six those Denver teams. You guys have Eric Davis Barry Larkin, Chris Sabo. Paulo Neo Rob Dibble. Some guy named Tracy Jones I duNno, whatever happened here, but. How about that collection of talented Denver in those years? Oh my gosh. Unbelievable they have you have just a physician players. At that time. and. That was one of 'em that I think we had five catches on that roster. At one time, it was alaniz nicely in and Keri McGrath and Joe Oliver Myself and getting anybody. Heck. Most time I got playing in catching I played who I believe. That's. The thing that you could be around. Just watch those guys that. They came in. You know like you said with Barry and. You know it was a lot of fun to watch and You know that was a that was a great summer. Those guys were very unique and it was great to watch him. Go on and help reg, do some. Great things and win the world series. What was it like as manager? The Cincinnati reds come to the ballpark every day and knowing you could write somebody like Sean Casey into the lineup. One of my favorites yeah. It was great. You know the toughest part. Probably. There was nothing about it I. Guess It was you know Bob who like I really had a lot of respect for is the one that that about doing was one that was fired when they brought me up as the interim at first, and we still had Aaron on the team, and just the way that Aaron handle it was you know it's something that I think about whenever you know when you brought up his name? That's the first thing he doesn't mind. It could have been you know could have been an awkward situation you know. We ended up trading them to the Yankees as a matter of fact and. I think that's the area that they. Run the beat the Red Sox gave a different. Governors. Out there you quick story whenever I would give him a day off? You know. He'd never shut up in the dugout and I'm like. I tell Jelly and and. You know mark various gadgets like this guy killing here. Anymore so in the National League on the double switches, so it'd be about the fifth or sixth anything like my kitchen change case gets you. Whatever and goes. Miles at that had the day off I. See man. Not Anymore okay. Out Danny Graves. That's That's beautiful. Hey, it is so great to hear voice I. I got such a big kick last night out of you text in the middle of the interview with. Rick, Green and It's it's good. We could hook up but I'm glad you're you're doing well and stay safe and opening. We can talk again soon all right. Pleasure you know, you can get a hold of me anytime. Buddy and hopefully we'll get through all this next time. Withdraw Cow, sit in the I'll be governed w and then sitting in the booth. Hey, that is a deal. Hey, thanks! They'd take care all right there. You Go Dave Miley. He's one of my favorites. Yeah, right in the middle of our interview last night with Rick Green. and Rick was talking about Dave and it was Dave who so I'm an recommended the red sign even and was pitching well at triple eight eight year in got the call and rick spoke glowingly of of Dave Dave sends me texts. Hey, say hi to him before he's he's done. Done still ahead, we'll talk. After the bottom of our. There is a new movie debuts here at a local drive in it Amelia on Friday it goes Friday Saturday Sunday. We will talk with one of the stars of that movie we. We talked with a Sycamore High School player. Who's in the movie last night tonight? We're GONNA talk with Matthew Modine. WHO HIS ROLE IN VISION? Question Nineteen Eighty Five I love that movie Big Fan of Matthew Modine will ask him about the movie chance and get caught up on some headlines as well as We get up and running six nineteen. Thanks for being here. It's Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred WWL W. Six, twenty seven seven hundred wwl wrol. Carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet Lands, mcallister. Thanks for being here tonight. If you were here last night if you missed the rick, green, that's available in podcast form. Rick Green was a first round pick in the nineteen ninety-two drafted the Tigers taking sixteenth overall wound up in the red system, and in ninety nine was pitching well, and he got called up to the big leagues and he pitched. Pitched in one game in relief, five and two thirds innings three runs, and he was never heard from again. They rights had to send him back with the roster move. He never made it back to the big leagues and I asked him last night about making it to the big leagues pitching well in his one and only appearance, and then never getting another chance, the fact of getting to the to the big leagues far outweighed. Fact that I didn't have a long illustrious ten. Fully vested career. That's that's the bottom line Would I've liked to have ten years in the Big League? I would have liked to have a half a season in the big league, but when you look back at the fact that I'm only one of nineteen thousand, plus that have ever lived young boys, Dream, and played a sport like a game for my profession, and and made unbelievable friendships, and traveled the world to Cuba and Spain and Canada and just done a lot of. Of things that a lot of people have done I lived two or three life times already at forty nine years old, or even when I retired at thirty one that most people just don't get to do so talk about being extremely blessed and very very fortunate Lucky and proud and and just just a happy I was able to get there. Even for one game Rick Green last night on Sports Talk May, and now that was a that was good stuff last night. Easier Classic Cup of Coffee Story a guy who gets what opportunity then that's it but consider hundred and fifty plus years of baseball. Less than twenty thousand players have had a chance to play a major league game. He did it. He pitched well and the the perspective. Really really cool up next a tomorrow. Night is premier. The movie chance at Amelia. Amelia starlight drive in. It's a story. It's got a local story attached to it and we'll talk with Matthew Modine about that. He plays a youth baseball coach in the movie will tell you about the showings how you can get involved with it. As we continue gotta check news bodily are Arndale carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred WWL W. Six thirty eight seven hundred wwl W this sportstalk Arnelle carriers stock presented by Kelsey. Chevrolet I'm Lance McAlister tomorrow night. Is that Premiere of the movie? CHANCE AT AMELIA STARLIGHT drive in! It's a locally produced and film movie about. And teenage relationships and the effects of teen suicide. It's based on the true story of Chance Smith, who played for Flash Baseball in Brown county. The film was to open in thirty nine theaters in April, but the pandemic forced a change in plans showtime tomorrow night. Saturday and Sunday is eight forty five. Our next guest stars as the Youth Baseball Coach in the film. He's played roles in full metal jacket. Stranger things weeds Birdie any given Sunday. Sunday I'm a huge fan of his nineteen eighty-five movie vision quest and his role as high school wrestler Louden Swain. It is an honor to welcome in Matthew. Modine Matthew Lance McAlister. Welcome to sportstalk. Thank you so much for having me on a pleasure to be here. How did you become involved in a project like this well my daily, who runs that Flash Baseball? His wife is really good taste and she suggested that he hire me moving. And I read the script, and and it was just so terrific I love baseball, and and so really that's all they had to say. In the first couple of pages was that that it was about baseball and I was I was pretty much in could check give me an opportunity to put put on baseball uniform and go and spend some great quality time with with young athletes who who always teach me about like. It is a boy. It's A. It's a powerful story powerful message, isn't it? It really is and it just say it's based on a true story about a young chance. They grew up there and and. and I I. Don't know how how put it in words. You know that you and I did grow up in a in a time of texting, and it's one thing for you to say that somebody or you're an idiot, and I'm GonNa Kick Your Butt after school or something, but with with texting. When you, when you put it in writing and send it to somebody's phone, it has a different impact than than Than if if you say you know what I mean. You've actually put it in writing, and you've sent it to your personal device, your phone and and It it. It carries a greater weight than than the word used to when we were in school. So you change change? Suicide is a real. Problem and We all have to do what we can to try to provide opportunity and and resources for young people who find them, so we don't have somebody that can speak to them and help them through a dark period, Matthew. How much time did you spend here shooting the film? I feel like I was I was there for a couple of but I. think it was. It was probably the only about six weeks of you know a little bit of pre-production you know getting there and getting to know the kid and and kind of you know like what I call. Get in baseball shape. getting to know Mike Daily and and his family. And his son wrote the screenplay and His wife is in the film. Does wonderful job in the film and You know! I. I like to get there early and and kind of soak it up a little bit. You know to for those who haven't seen the trailer. You play the role of chances coach. You alluded to baseball. Are you a big baseball guy? I am A. New York Yankees Fan which probably make a lot of your local. They're upset, but Yeah Yankees Fan and and I I grew up in Utah. We have a professional baseball teams so I. had to pick a team and I picked the Yankees when I lived in Utah, and we moved to San Diego when I was in junior, high school and I kind of became a padres fan. They had some good years then and. But yeah. I'm I'm a Yankees Fan I love baseball. I did another baseball movie. That's really good about. Yes played for the Pittsburgh pirates and It was called the winning season was television film, and that one I actually got to play baseball, I went out and and went. Cal ripken is a friend. And I asked him if I could go play with his farm team for the. Orioles called the Iron Verge and. That was that was a tremendous experience. You know I was telling you off air. I had a chance last night in the show to talk with Jay Kertzman a sophomore more at Sycamore. High School plays on the baseball team. He plays twelve year old chance in the movie now. He told me tell me. You can confirm this. He said you helped him with acting in. He helped you with baseball true. Certainly did. Their, Special skills their clash BASEBA- and You know to get to get the players to stop thinking and and to react in a in a way that It's a longer conversation than we have time for now, but it's a great program, and he's come up in that flash baseball system and so There was some skills that I was unfamiliar with that that he and and all the other kids taught me. To be to be a little better baseball, player I, I have to admit that I in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five, I was nineteen years Old and vision quest is one of my favorite movies, and what I saw your name on the on the poster for for this I, said man. I wonder if we could hook up with him on sports talk. Could you take me back to that experience? What was doing vision quests like for you? Well I was. I was pretty young. I was living in. New York City I moved to New York to study acting and. I was helped I grew up in a surfer. You know as I say Imperial Beach California, and when I got to New York all I wanted was for people to think that was a New Yorker because you're not be on the subway and people say where you that say. I'm from here, so you have. Where are you from? And I just is is the director Harold Becker of vision quests that he said. I hired you because you still had hey in your hair. And and I was really skinny, and he said I think you're a good actor, but could you do ten pushups I might be able to do eleven. And and They sent me to spokane Washington about six weeks early and we trained trained trained. The way tim wrestling and conditioning running running. all those kids in the movie were pretty much. All of them State Championship and what I learned about that that that experience was in anybody who's ever been a grappler knows that what what you wrestling against yourself. You know you're always. You're always discovering how far you're willing to push yourself and. The extremes that you're willing to go in order to accelerate at this dairy difficult sport I just enjoyed that Michael Jordan documentary The last dance and you know Michael. Jordan is extreme example of one of those people that that Just pushed himself to to unbelievable athletic. Prowess I mean it is I. Don't know if you've seen it, but it Documentary really is. Matthew Modine checking in for just a couple of more minutes tonight on sportstalk tomorrow night is the premiere of the movie chance at Amelia starlight. Drive in film was set to open in April. The pandemic changed the plans on that sort putting it on the big screen in the starlight. Drive in Friday Saturday, Sunday eight forty, five A. Matthew. You've mentioned so many amazing names in these few minutes I gotta ask you. Take me back if you could to any given Sunday. What was it like working with Al Pacino. Allen I used to play softball together so I knew him speak. He's really good shortstop. I mean what you think it looking at it, but he moved, he moved really fast, and had a great arm headed. Great throw to first, base. Could take grounders he he. was. Great Hitter, but it was a great sex, shortstop and You know the whole movie for Jim Brown. Eye. Everywhere, you look. There was some legend, the first one I got the most. I had the most fun with was probably large Taylor in the New York giants. And and learning about how the game changed, because because of his athletic abilities as A. The middle linebacker right and and he said you know Matthew I never went looking for trouble, but it always found me. And I mean. Schaechter and Larger than life. But when a gentleman he was an al Pacino is great and Jamie Fox, and a little cool J. and Jim Brown is just. I mean another athletic legends, Jim Brown, and of course as a little boy. You don't. My father was a drive in theater manager I. Really That's that's why we were moving around all the time I started in. Loma Linda California, then Imperial Beach, and then we moved to Utah where we had about eight drive INS and So that's that's my childhood. This star like drive in screening. I lived that that's my childhood. And and the first time I saw Jim Brown. Within the dirty dozen where he was just just amazing, I really know him as a football legend. I knew him as a as a movie starring the dirty dozen. while. One final note just for reds, fans listening, and and since you're a Yankee Fan, this will fit when we think of the Yankees here. We think of nineteen seventy six. When the red swept the eighty so I'll talk that. Eight I can't tell you how much of a treat this was. And what an honor it was to talk with you. CONGRATS on this project best of luck with it and and I really appreciate your. Check it in tonight. I'll thank you for having me on the show mass. Thank you. You gotta take care and everybody. Who's GonNa movie have a good time. Buy some popcorn. Absolutely. Thank you, Matthew. By all right, take care there you go. Matthew Modine tomorrow night. The premiere of the movie chance Amelia. starlight drive in Friday Saturday, Sunday eight, forty five. It's a really the trailer is really amazing. Six forty sportstalk seven hundred WWL W. Pose it on seven o'clock, that'll be newstime news time. Don't forget gamble and then coming up tonight at nine. Your reality check from nine to midnight a shout out to uh, to a number of people Mike Daly who played chances a coach in real life. It was the executive producer. This kind of put the wheels in motion for getting Matthew on, and this goes back to Pete. Mullen camp, the baseball coach at Sycamore who would drop me an email earlier in the week and said hey one of my player. Jake herdsmen is in. In the movie if you want to talk with him and then from there. I said Oh. Man, I talk with Jake any chance I could talk with Matthew Modine and through that process I. It worked Matthew told me during the break he was He said I'm just sitting in the parking lot at home depot, waiting to buy a pressure Washer says that's how boring things are right now in California with what we're dealing with so the movie tomorrow night. it is a again locally produced and filmed. It is It's a powerful story. Sad Story! chance Smith took his life when he was sixteen. In this deals with baseball and teenage relationships in the effects of teen suicide and Matthew Modine is is the coach in the movie tomorrow night? Saturday, Sunday eight, forty five at starlight drive in in a media. Mitch caught up on some headlines. we're We're loaded up tonight. Don't have a whole lot of breathing room around a number of different guests. Let me give you some headlines. We'll talk later in the show about these Pat Brennan from the acquired checks in it seven thirty six tonight, FC Cincinnati and honest, the hiring of Yop stom-. stom-, today as the club's new head coach, Dom forty seven, he joins FC Cincinnati following a managerial stint in England and Holland prolific fifteen year playing career, so I'm play for some of the highest profile clubs in the World Manchester United Menu for one he will be formally introduced by video. Call with the media tomorrow at Ten am. We'll talk with Pat Brennan from the acquirer about it coming up at seven thirty six high school sports tonight the big news. The OJ says skills training, and all sports may resume March twenty twenty-sixth, including contact sports as long as safety protocol can be followed more on that coming up top of the hour baseball news, reds and Indian should have wrapped up their two game interleague series with the Indians in Cleveland. It would have been game forty nine of the season. They'd have an off day today. By the way on the major league level from the negotiating standpoint, the players today responded to Major League, Baseball's a health and safety guidelines that sixty seven page proposal among the topics protection of high risk, players and family members more testing greater access to the facilities, including use of the showers on. That's the health and safety stuff next step that's. That's still being worked on, but the next phase will be the revenue part of this more expected tomorrow NFL. Network Reports Club today received updated playing rules and proposals for rule changes including an alternative to the inside kick that would allow a team a chance to maintain possession, after they score a touchdown by going for it on a fourth in fifteen scenario from their twenty five yard line the idea behind it is they want the on. On side kick is no longer effective. They've changed the rules to avoid collisions. It's very rarely successful, so they're looking for ways to allow teams to at least have a shot to get back in a game now. If you score you get a chance, you can put it on the twenty five yard line and face a fourth and fifteen. If you make it, you keep possession. You don't have to kick off to the other team if If you would be stopped, the other team would take over where they tackle you golf. The symmetric tour announced today that the Plasco Charity Championship in Maine. viaud scheduled for July eighth through the tenth has been canceled due to the Kobe nineteen pandemic, the tournament will return in Twenty Twenty One east Carolina University announced today the schools eliminating men's and women's tennis, men's swimming and diving and women's swimming and diving due to the pandemic. For everything else you've missed. Go Go to my blog. You'll find it at seven hundred wwl W DOT com. The blog has reds and bengals got reds and mets called by Murray and Joe this date nineteen, seventy five. You can listen to the entire broadcast plus the Star of the game if you Miss Rick Green last night, if you Miss Coley Harvey Miss J Kertzman, who plays in a chance all of that plus interviews earlier in the week or always in blog form, and therefore you at seven hundred wwl w dot com up next we'll deal with the JOE. Borough Jersey mania that is sweeping the tri-state. Everybody wants one. Eric Cook, Cook, sporting goods will join me as we continue its Arnelle. Carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred WWL W. The following takes place between seven PM and eight PM. I, we're all in seven hundred already seven hundred wwl W sportstalk till nine gamble infants abrupt the reality. Check at that point later on this hour. Pat Brennan from the enquirer talks a little FC Cincinnati coming up in the eight o'clock hour. It's tonight. Tonight's the ten year anniversary of the cyclones winning the Kelly Cup that was their second in three years. We'll talk with the voice of the cyclones at the time. Time John. Hamill we'll talk with the coach of the cyclones at the time. Chuck Weber they'll check in at eight. Oh Five, eight twenty, and then Doug Flynn the glue at eight thirty five tonight. I happened to notice. Today is the anniversary of his first major, League home run imagine being twenty four years old playing for the big red machine in nineteen, seventy five. You get to replace Joe Morgan in. In the seventh inning, your parents are in the stands, and you get your first major league home run. I I dropped Doug Flynn note on facebook today. He said sure I'll come on, so he's coming on at eight thirty six tonight to talk about that moment, so we are loaded up between now and nine o'clock alright excited to get with our next guest because I saw saw Fox nineteen in A. A, story that the German rounded, and I said all right I gotTa talk with him. Because this is clearly like sweeping the tri-state, it is Joe Borough Jersey mania that is unfolding the search for the number nine Joe Borough Jersey, and who better to turn to than the epicenter of it all the iconic cook sporting goods on Fourth Fourth Street downtown. Let's welcome in Eric. Cook Eric Lance McAlister. How are you? I'm doing great land. How're you doing tonight? I am very well and I'm glad you could spend a few minutes. Take take back, Joe. Borough was drafted. April twenty third. How would you describe the demand for the Joe Borough Jersey since that night? Well to be honest with you. It started about a week before that we were taking pre orders for season and really didn't know what we were getting ourselves into. We ordered a couple of hundred thinking well. We older, too many of these are people really going to be buying into this? You know, and then you know we. We were closed down for a couple of weeks. We opened up last Tuesday morning, and it was like Christmas morning we had twenty boxes or burrow jerseys, waiting for us and by Wednesday. They were just about all gone mad. Old Man I think everybody's frame of reference is back to Curson Palmer. Do you have a rely recollection of anything like this when Carson was drafted? Not even close, you know. Carson, was heisman trophy winner first round pick but he wasn't Jodhpur. Phenomenon I don't I. Don't really understand it fully, but the build up around Joe Borough. Compared to Carson Palmer. It's night and day. Thrill media is much much bigger so as you mentioned you are now. You're open right now. Is that correct? We are yes. We opened our doors. Turn the lights back on last Tuesday morning. We have all the safety measures in place, plexiglass masks, or required by anybody coming in, so we've been having walking customer guys last week. Yeah, do you? Do you have the borough jerseys in stock or do you have to order them at this point? We're still okay if you have if you're three XL. Or if you're a toddler or you side, we have those in stock. Still every other size. We ran out of like I said before, probably in a day or so we went through a couple of hundred, so we actually have more on order. They are telling us at Nike that we should expect him hopefully by the middle of June. Give me an idea of what say for an adult size something that I would wear. What is the cost of? Of Joe. Borough Jersey there eighty, nine, ninety nine. There's three different Nike Jersey that they make this is the cheaper of the three and really. Nike's had a manufacturing issue because of covid nineteen. They've had to shut down a lot of their facilities where they make these jerseys so really. They're only able to do the cheaper one four now. They told us during the season. They should have more hopefully. Knock on wood. capabilities to make all the others. I just checked my twitter feed and I have a question from listener. Only one of my listeners can have this question I will toss it to you. You see Chris wants to know. He has a Curson Palmer Jersey. Can he bring it in? Have you strip the Palmer off in so borough in yesterday? I had a feeling that might come up. Yeah, yes, we have done that before. We can certainly do that just happened. Get in touch with us. you know the great things about the Bengals? They love recycling numbers. You know it's not just. You from Rudy Dot in the center dent then Jeremy, Hill. That might be more of a cost effective way of doing the the Borough Jersey even buying new. Absolutely talking about Joe Borough Jersey. Mania, that has unfolding were at the epicenter of all of it with Eric Cook from Cook Sporting goods on Fourth Street downtown. Let me. Let me switch over to the reds. For a second. They had built up so much momentum in the offseason with so many signings did that translate into reds? Fans wanting reds jerseys this off season. You know I have a feeling it would. That's one of the negative things, and of course we have to keep everything perspective with everything going on in the world, but we were really looking forward to a bigger red season than we've had in a lot of years, and because we were shut down for a couple of months, we haven't seen it. you know which is a shame, but again I think whenever they do. Start to play ball again. I think there will be that excitement again so I think everybody in the city is open for that question related to the reds Shogo Akiyama. If someone wants a Shogo Jersey, does the back have shogo or does it have? Well I hope it has ocoee. The. Not. You can go the other way, too. That's beautiful. I love the flexibility. I've also always struck by this and I saw what I went to your website again today. You guys have been around this true. You guys have been around since eighteen eighty eight. That is correct, actually myself. My Cousin Ryan. Cutting Kathy word of generation, we're working there now, so we've been around for a while, not always telling sporting goods, but but you know we started with theater curtains and things like that and how we've evolved a bit over a year. Yeah. What those listening who who want more about the Borough Jersey WanNa look online. What's your website? It's www dot. Cook Sports Dot Com Cookie Style, Funky K. O. C. H. S. P.. O., T. S. COOKS DOT COM. Hey. Great catching up, appreciate the insight and best of luck going forward I. Appreciate it, thanks, thanks Eric, there you go Eric Cook Cook Sporting Goods Fourth Street downtown. They can't keep them in. Everybody wants Joe Borough Jersey. With. Casey earlier today about jerseys he has purchased. We've purchased or him. Birthdays Christmas a you name it over the years and the luck. He has had with players who he's got the Jersey of then being traded or leaving. Free Agency. 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Casey and I put together this list earlier today of Jerseys. He got in some way shape or form birthday Christmas. You name it that those players there there's like a curse that those players then moved on for whatever reason to another team he had. Carson Palmer and then Carson was gone. Had Sean Casey Never Forget the day I had to tell. Casey that Sean Casey was traded to the pirates, left-handed pitcher David Williams that went that Jersey. We had a Jeff Clevinger Jersey and then he was gone. We got a T J JERSEY. Then he was gone. He's a big Miami Heat Fan. Hey Chris Bosh. He got Chris Bosh and then Chris Bosh developed the blood disorder and was done. Playing basketball had an Adam Dunn Jersey. He Got Traded Brandon Phillips Jersey he got traded. He had Lebron Lebron left in free agency from the cavaliers. He had a Kevin. Durant Kevin Durant la left. Okay see he had dwayne. Wade who left the heat and then came back the only one he joked he has had over the years that the player has remained. Is His guy ally manning. His favorite quarterback! I was reading who was it was Rick Reilly. Googling stuff on on Jersey sales today and I found Rick Reilly, pc written want to say about a decade ago on the rules of Jerseys and he had written wearing. Jersey used to be for kids now. People with actual jobs are wearing them. The wrote at six. It's adorable at thirty six deplorable women and jerseys fine, but dude you're really going to. You're going out with another man's name on your back to you have no male pride. I've got a couple of jerseys I've got I've gone to royal. Jersey going to king. Griffey Junior Mariners Jersey have an old Sammy Sosa Cubs Jersey I have my baseball. Heaven Jersey with my name on the back like wearing that out. But, he listed his Jersey rules one. He says you may not wear Jersey past the age of twenty nine. Well that seems rather harsh He says the exceptions a you're immediately related to the person whose name is on the back or be. You are the person whose name is on the back Jersey rule number two. You may not wear a Jersey without a shirt underneath it especially. NBA Jerseys. Number Four. You may not under any circumstances where a Jersey and a hat. I'm trying to think of I've done that I probably have a Jersey remember five. You may not wear a Jersey with your name on it if you didn't wear it on a real team wants. If. I weren't on my the Power Jacks Jack Billingham's team that was. Real as a team as it gets for me. I think that means I would pass the rule. Be Able to do. It rolled over sixty said you made our a Jersey of player who's been gone from your team for more than a year unless that player is a hall of Famer, I do get a kick out of. It's like a sport for me on Sundays at Paul. Brown Stadium Ke keeping track of the the odd bengals juries like the Ron Dougans. or or the Eric Cruiser or like? Wow, you really went with the RAW DOUGANS! Jersey in you still got it a Jersey rule number seven. If you have a nose, tackle body, you must wear a nose tackles jersey. Jersey number eight absolutely no cutesy wrong colored jerseys, no pink, no camouflage. Number nine? No wearing NBA shorts with your NBA Jersey at anytime. Ten No wearing your Jersey anywhere but a to the stadium or be at home. Well I violated that. If you qualify under all edicts. Then you must sign these waivers before donning. Jersey Jersey Waiver, a by wearing a jersey. You are waiving your rights to any sexual activity for the evening. No woman in history has ever said ooh. That guy wearing the Jersey of another man. That's hot. Jersey, waiver be by wearing a jersey. You are waiving any semblance of coolest well I disputed that I I have. The last time I wore one. What no more one on what would have been opening day around here? We're the Bronson Arroyo Jersey because remember we were. We were attending opening day, and there was an opening day, but we were acting. It was to have all the cool memories, and and I that was double violation because we're the bronze Row Jersey reds at that day. That from Rick Reilly was man. That's almost you know what there's should probably be a new one because I think he wrote that about. A about a decade or so ago. I would think the the growth of Jersey sales from almost a decade ago have been off the charts I mentioned earlier. We'll get into this. Maybe a little bit later on there is no. There was a proposal today. Actually there was a response today from the players to the owners. Nothing beyond that, but I would agree with Bob Nightingale in USA Today today who who wrote this paragraph about owners and players right now in major league baseball. He wrote simply stopping. Enough already he wrote. There are thirty six million Americans who filed for unemployment the past two months. Do you think they really care who is right or who is wrong? As owners and players debate, the economics of playing baseball without fans, the last thing anyone can stomach is listening to billionaires and millionaires. Arguing over money. There was a report today. I think it was John. Hayman of CBS sports that on the players side of this there was there was great angst that. Information was getting out. That was the information that the owners wanted out that was making. The players look bad. In a perfect world, both sides we go behind closed doors and keep quiet and we wouldn't have to hear any of this of how the sausage is made. It doesn't work that way because it's all about negotiations. Unfortunately, it's all about leverage and each side ultimately is looking for leverage, and how this is presented publicly all right, hang tight. We'll get the latest on the Cincinnati News of the day. WHO Better turn to than Pat Brennan from the acquirer, and we are locked and loaded in the eight o'clock hour as well so we'd best get a check on news and curiosities Arnelle, carrier sportstalk, presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred wliw. Seven thirty eight seven hundred wwl W at sportstalk carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet Arnelle carriers, your global transportation provider visit our LLC dot, com and Kelsey chevrolets open for sales and service, and they've got a new state of the Art Collision Repair Center coming in July coming up top of the hour, the tenth anniversary ten years ago tonight, some thirteen thousand were at us. Bank arena is the Cincinnati. Cyclones captured the Kelly Cup. We'll talk with their play by play voice, John Hamill and then the head coach. Chuck Weber who wants to Kelly cups in his four years here in, Cincinnati, he's actually here in Cincinnati and and has been here for awhile behind that coming up just after eight o'clock news, but the story of the the day is related to FC Cincinnati the announcement of the official hiring of your stom- Today as the club's new head coach will be formally introduced on a online video call tomorrow morning at ten am is forty seven years old the resume impressive and here to shed more light on that and talk FC. Cincinnati has been way too long and I'm very excited to welcome in from the inquire. CINCINNATI DOT COM. He is all over all things FC Cincinnati. That would be Pat Brennan. How are you? Land some great. Your introduction is entirely too kind. It has been too long what it is great. It is great especially in these times. Cowboys Fan in my correct. I I am I correct in the pronunciation Yup stom- Yup. Right got it. Now to me that you're the you're the expert so I defer to you, but this isn't some just ordinary. Joe Hiring. This is a significant big time. Hiring is not. Yeah because one lance that would have turned heads across the globe today, and maybe tomorrow is the news cycle Kinda circulates eastern part of the world, but This is a guy that was a starter on arguably. The Best Club soccer team and Manchester United during their ninety eight ninety nine season one of the best clubs soccer teams in the modern era and he wasn't just. There for the ride he was a key player. He was a starter and he's playing career alone. makes him someone that is globally note worthy I think in in the global soccer community and he's had some. This is his first coaching job I think it's fair to say he's had mixed success, but he's had mixed success. In some of the toughest most competitive leagues in the world did pretty well for himself in the second division in England, which some people argue including myself is Skillful League in the world, but the one of one of the toughest, if not the top leagues in the world because you're fighting to get into that English premier down so. He did really well one season when he was managing a club called reading see. In that second division England so Yeah, this is he was. He was considered one of the one of the best defender in the game in his era, which is not that long ago? So this is a modern player. As you said, he's only forty seven years old and Yeah, this one would have turned heads all over the globe today a pet the. The the other thing that jumps out to me. There are some guys with the big name who'll just ride on their big name to me. I look at the resume and I. See Player I see. He spent some time as a scout. He was an assistant. He's been the top guy that's. That's a well rounded resume that to me jumps out. Is that fair? Yeah one hundred percent I mean Lance. I'm sure you've seen this in the news release, but. He had a coaching stint for a an academy team at albeit a academy, one of the biggest soccer clubs in the world, so I'm sure that team quite prominent in its you know age division, and for its among its peers, but he was a youth coach, and he and he doubts that as something. He's proud of his professional development. So yeah, this is this is a guy who did not just. Kind of appear at the top levels of the game because of his big name from his playing days. He really I think put his put his nose to the grindstone and works his way up and to be named obviously to be named head Coaches Cincinnati he would have earned that, but he's. He's. I think it's definitely fair to say he. He is He's earned everything. He's gotten in the in the coaching. Aspect of his career, and that includes his job today and I also think it's important to note he hasn't. He hasn't used his name kind of in the same vein Lance. He hasn't used his name to try to get into like one of these huge huge global giant soccer clubs. They've all been like you know reading. At C that's not exactly a household name. in these in this part of the world and you know even the the quote unquote big club. He coached in the Netherlands. That was a great accomplishment in that country, but these aren't necessarily global brand, so I think he takes on attainable job and He's good at them, so they're to me. That's suggests the also knows. Maybe maybe he knows his limitations as well and knows what he's capable of succeeding at which is you know that might sound? Simplistic but some people don't have that self awareness in the game. That brandon checking in from the choir since dot com talking about FC Cincinnati, they announced at the club's new head coach today. He'll be official introduced to the media tomorrow we'll. We'll see him on zoom tomorrow win. Here's the big question. When might he actually be here in able to get hands on with his new club? Really good question, my answer to you is I. Don't have a firm answer on that yet, but when you look at. The situation with the pandemic and some of the government rules and regulations closed borders. that. He's going to be facing. I mean let me let me I mean that's all part of this right now. And that for some people suggest today that, because maybe they announced the higher now because they've found a window or some way to get him into the country, so they can start the immigration process if that's true great i. don't I have to think probably not the case just because hot. How serious depend damage is being treated and most of the world's Nancy so. I think that You know. Challenge? I can tell I could tell him her answer yes. Looks. Just. Put It in perspective, you know. There were three players, three new players that FC Cincinnati acquired in the off season, and who they are exactly. It doesn't really matter and people. Will Your Cardio One Adrian right gets in FC Cincinnati. Was All not just see Cincinnati curbs route about less or having Longer than usual they were dealing with longer than usual processing times and timelines the immigration process just because. You know this isn't a political comment about I think it's was largely seen just because of the regime. That's Running our country right now, and that is what it is but that was so `immigration was already a longer process of these clubs accustomed to, and that was before the pants. Okay, so now you have to paint. Borders closed not just here in the places where you know in the in the part of the world where you off is coming from, too, so if it like, if if like people theorized today. If there's a window a way to get him in now to start the process awesome. where? That's possible at this time, so it could be a while, and it could be a situation, you know it's Kinda. Doubly concerning because it seems like mls has thrown all its eggs into this Orlando plan. Some people have talked about relocating all the teams to Orlando to resume practice like real practice, and maybe some form of competitive games, and if that planning gets off the ground land, it could start as early as June though we're talking less than two weeks out from that, so it's hard to imagine yourself being able to work. In the full managerial capacity, even in the best of circumstances, just considering the time line, he might be up against, so it could be a while but I think FC Cincinnati just like they said when they set out on this head coaching search, you know this is not about a short term, fix? This is a look. This is about a plan. Plan for their future so I think they have an eye to twenty twenty, one as much and maybe more as they do. Have as they have an IDA twenty twenty here now Pat Brennan checking in from the Acquire Cincinnati. Dot Com speaking of plans for the future any sense of what the future now might hold for current interim coach Yawn demet. You're you're bringing the heat tonight. Really good. Question I asked You I asked her about that last week. At the time, it had been approached with the assistance in the club I would assume so some progress towards some end has been made in the week since that interview took place with your camper general manager But it's a it's a really interesting situation now. Because Johan has been a team player club, first mentality put Cincinnati. Number one on the priority list in seemingly every situation he's been confronted with. Guided the team through a really ugly periods. That really wasn't. Any he really can't take too much blame for what happened on the field last year, and yet he he chose to preside over their head coach and. took some bumps and scrapes. That came with that so. That he really values this guy. You talk about prospects you know on the playing side, but this was a prospect for the coaching side and someone they want to develop. You know. As time has passed and she's been. Essentially you know there's really. Blunt way to say he's been looked. He's been passed over for the place now. In the meantime he's built up a heck of a little resume for himself so I. Don't know that he wouldn't have elsewhere my guesses. His inclination would be to want to stay around with FC Cincinnati but I think you had some saying that, too. Because just like in baseball just like in football in soccer you want to. It's not a it's. It doesn't mean you don't want isn't trustworthy. Yours a guy he just yup might want him to leave. Just because doesn't own, and it's as simple as that and he wants to bring in his guys. He's already bringing in one existent Any off just might want to have his speech around it by guys, and that's that's. That's a fair new head coach in any country. In the world so to determine about Yawns Ama. I think Cincinnati thrilled to find a way to keep him around. I think he would want to be around, but Yeah. This is a little bit different than when Ron hired and. Yuan was touted as maybe the next generation of head coach Cincinnati because who rod really quickly. Next generation is here with Yop. And I think the distant future, maybe even quite as clear for yawns as it was yesterday great catching up with you one more for you got about a minute, so do a Do a reset for us if you consider it. I know we were a couple of games into this thing when things were shut down, but from a roster standpoint, the additions locadia and others now GM in place coach in place is your sense that this club is on a solid path with a map that is taking them in the right direction. Yeah absolutely. I think they've got a lot of the. They've got more of the right players. they definitely have the general manager in place, and he's able to use his direct networks. Put some other things in place. In terms of players, now toys with the head coach, and hopefully this one goes better than last time, but there's a clear a clear plan I thought. Cincinnati already looked at light years ahead of where they were in terms of the play in the first two games. The club was. And when it was but I, think I think without question and this is the trade. Move in the right direction lance. A It is so cool to talk. Talk FC Cincinnati with the appreciate your making the time good to hear your voice, stay safe and hoping talk again soon. Absolutely thanks so much land. Talk to you again. He is a Pat Brennan from the inquiries on twitter. P Brennan E N Cube p Brennan Espn N. Q. of course at p Brennan and take a timeout continue sportstalk seven hundred WWL W. Down the stretch. 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And in the eight o'clock hour we go eight eight on seven hundred wwl. WWL's carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet I'm Lance. McAlister one hour from now brace yourself your reality. Check is on the way with gamble and fin for the moment there. Let's turn back the clock. Go with me back ten years ago tonight to US bank arena, the completion of an improbable run a journey to to hoist the Kelly Cup the cyclones in front of thirteen, thousand, four, hundred, eighty-three, captured the Kelly Cup. They're second in three years. The run started as the number five seed. They were down three in the conference finals. All of it wrapped up ten years ago. Tonight and it sat at like this. By Hamilton drops it down to the corner. That's. going. To. Ten what it improbable. Season as. Cycles wind up knocking off. South Carolina. First, round but depending Kelly Cup champions. The second round. Of the American. Season champion Charlotte checkers. Three they come from all three nothing. To advance this round as against Bram trump champions. The Idaho steelheads the cycle don't have to go the full length the series. They take care of it here in five games tonight. Your final score to till on listen to the crowd that night man I get chills here in that. Let's welcome in the man behind the MIC. Who witnessed that run? He was the radio play by play voice. He was the media relations director. He did it all for the Cincinnati cyclones that would be John. Hamill! How are you? Doing well. Thanks for having me. You got it as you hear that and you think back, Gimme the Gimme, the emotions of just a spectacular run. What what stands out about that team in that run to you? You, know the things that jumped out. There were three things. I thought I was the resiliency of the team six times postseason Lance. It was winter. Go home, and and they punched him in the mouth sticks. you know eight times in that? In that playoffs they had come from behind wins and four times with most goals. You know your your second point that I had there was. they played hard when it mattered the most you know the. We're GONNA talk about it here. Just a minute with the reading series, but big played nine teams and fourteen days, and they've won eight of nine so. You're you're pretty good there. And then of course the goaltending everybody saw Robert Meyer in the lights, bright and He was great. Don't get me wrong, but journey Smith in the first round. Put on one of the best goaltending performances I ever see so. Those were the three big points I took out of everything trane John Give me some. Kind of Flash, the memories of the fans back in time to some of the the names the impact guys on that team that you think of instantly when you think of that season of that accomplishment. Oh golly! For sure the cats into the team you know he was great. During the regular season scoring round up with nine goals in the post, season and stuff since sproat who? was just spectacular with eleven goals in the postseason, and then not Jimmy Kilpatrick who've been good all season Brett, Robinson, gets the game winner, and then you go on on the back side. You know with Cashman. Who played most of the year in the American League now? He's the assistant coach with the Washington capitals. Jason Joseph He's been eliminated by the cyclones when he was in Toledo not always in seven, and then in Vegas. No wait. I guess if you can't beat him. You better join them. With two goalies. That that that was a good man. Oh, man John, Hamill, checking in the outstanding play-by-play Voice of the cyclones ten years ago tonight, when they hoist the Kelly Cup and win the Cup for the second time in three years. We're GONNA be joined coming up in our next segment by Chuck Weber, the coach of that team John You sent me a a lot of notes leading up to this which I cannot thank you enough for and one that jumped out to me a Michael Jordan aspect of this. Tell that story if you could. Absolutely Obviously, he was the owner of the Charlotte basketball team. And when we showed up to the arena for game six, it was morning skate that day, and we were coming into the building at exactly the same moment. Michael Jordan was and. It's because we're coming in MJ. You know you know good luck, you guys. You hear playing very quickly. Guys win tonight what we go out and and didn't do so well. We lost three nothing, so my job at seven was to make sure he was nowhere. That's beautiful. Lover Steve Kerr when we need exactly exactly I mentioned. We're going to talk with a truck in the next segment, but let me ask you working with Chuck pre-game interviews around him all the time practice bus. What was Chuck Weber like? Tell me about the impact. He had on that team. 'cause man he. He had a magic time. He won one hundred and seventy seven games in four years here in forty five playoff games when he was here. He was spectacular the biggest. Capita can give chop. He was he was terrific with managing the people. He's one of the festive value raiders of talent that I've ever been around any sports and when when it comes, I worked with sparky with both Becker with huggins and John. Harbaugh I put him in that echelon. Both both for being on. The floor as well as being behind the scenes I mean just spectacular. I can't say enough. Good things I think the thing that media jumps out the most. You gotta remember. We had checks here for four seasons was really closer to five because in an E C H L season, their seventy two games in four years. He coached seventy one play. Man, unbelievable before. Let your catch everybody up. Kick Cyclone. Fans up! What are you up to these days? What what keeps you busy? Well I'll tell you what I bought. My White Tear with about a thousand stories from that. Put. Every every time I think about something I'll throw out a note and I just see the is role but For me since I left the organization I work with the great education seem over its huber providing solutions for feeding scoop. Kids in school also they. They fix a bunch of my time and I'm I'm certainly glad to be involved with that and you know. If. It's been a good run for me all the way around. I had eight great years with the cyclones. I can't think those people enough for everything they did to me. John this was a blast. I can't tell you how much it means you sent me an email. A couple of weeks ago, gave me a heads up, but I circled it on the calendar. I love on this data sports things related to this town. I love taking fans back to those moments, and your notes were perfect, and the fact that you help lineup. Chuck in our next segment was was fantastic. It means a great deal to me and thank you. Absolutely I certainly appreciated and Why can't wait to hear what chuck say John Thank you take care. Stay safe. Are they all right there? You Go John Hamill the voice of that team ten years ago, tonight cyclones always the cup in front of thirteen, thousand, four, eighty, three at US bank arena up next the coach. He won two Kelly. Cup titles four years here one hundred and seventy seven wins, forty-five playoff wins check. Wherever will join US next? It's Arnaud. Carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred wliw. Plumbing. Eight twenty three seven hundred wwl W it's Sportstalk Arnelle carriers for dot presented by Chelsea Chevrolet I'm Landsberg McAlister thanks for hanging out tagging along tonight the theme in this half hour ten years ago tonight cyclones hoist the Kelly Cup and it completely a magical run through the postseason. Our next guest guided the Cincinnati cyclones to Kelly cups in his four seasons, one, hundred, seventy, seven regular season, wins forty five playoff wins. It is a pleasure to welcome and former head coach of the Cincinnati cyclones. Chuck Weber coach. Lance McAlister. How are you doing great? Great to hear voice. It is great. Oh, everything is fantastic. I'm so excited to talk with you. When I found out that John said you were going to be able to join me. I wonder as you think back ten years ago tonight, the the sense of pride and accomplishment, and how magical that run was just just an amazing run wasn't. Was Yeah especially with us being the fifth seed in the playoffs, so it wasn't like the year in a await were basically the the leader right out of the gate to the finish line and you know. We went through so much adversity I think we went through almost forty five players during the regular season and with everything else going on, and you know we again. We were cheesy. One every what I probably hammered, so we want every even game the first two rows. Put put ourselves down three nothing against writing and and then came back, and then quick turnaround flute up Boise, Idaho. Wouldn't that would four games to one that was that was the easiest of all the series. Swell! Take take me back to the conference finals, and you delivered a speech. The just win a period speech. Tell me about that, yeah! I don't really think it was so much the speeches. The guys were a good spot, and it was it was. We had nothing to lose We were down three. You know we were in every game didn't get a bounce hereabouts there. It was kind of a weird. Because reading was actually the fifth see, but reading I. Think was the six or seven They had upset a couple of higher seats as well and We went down and you know I think just the you know. Our energy levels the first Toronto to catch up with us a little bit. Cinco de Mayo happens and. Most people at her. The urban legend is true. Our boys when I got drunk. And we had we had three days off or three forties off. Actually you could. Bon Jovi was using writings arenas Hassan check. System so we played three games, and then we've had I was like four days off so Cinco de Maya. The boys were like Hey. One glass of Danner have a couple of drinks I'm like that's fine. And they came in the next day reeking of like Ben Gay and big red trying to hide it. And everything else. Fortunately our guys out there, guys. and. We started chipping away. Yeah, we I just I said. Hey, you know a couple of people that are you get mad? You know they're drinking. It's the conference finals and guys were down three in, and you know a big speech or getting angry, trying to pull events Lombardi or something like that. It's not gonNA work and. Guys you know and we need to win a period know we're not going to win four games in the first minute of game for a period I think. Cam told me I. Think the remaining twelve periods. We were ten to kind of saying that we just started chipping away. We had a couple of tough lineup. Decisions some guy. It just wasn't working for you. Especially one of our guys, so I sat him, and that was kind of I. Think the guys in the locker room, or she's one of our leading scores and guys like Oh. Wow, chuck's really well. Sit early scores to try to win this and get whatever it takes, and he actually sat all four games that we came back. Played All five games in the finals, and I think their second or third leading scored in the whole playoffs, ready missiles sports, those are the four games, and we had a couple of hard talks and early on, and it just wasn't working I was like. Hey, you're not going tonight game four. He's just looked at me and I was like yeah, and then game five. He okay like no. You're not going tonight either. then. He realized he wasn't playing the rest of the series and he came after Game Seventies. Like Hey, I understand. And you know I'm you're if you got? If you need me and game when I'm like you're playing a game? Wow, well, you know. And they were all went from there shook. What did it mean you? You win it on home ice in front of thirteen, thousand, four, hundred, eighty three. What did it mean to do it there in and your sense of what it meant to the fans that night? It was unbelievable, especially going through it just two years earlier, you know in two thousand, eight, seeing the crowds, and you know the and stuff that we had for that for that Round Against Vegas To have that huge crowd come in and one of the things. We had some great crowds during the regular season. You know, ray ray hair are owner and Kristen and the whole front office had done a great job. You know and and John had done great with promoting the teams through his. You know with with him with his job and. It was just one of those. They just kept pouring in people pouring in and pouring in and especially when we went up to what late when Brett Robinson took the shot in, and everyone starts chanting. We want the cup, and then it started going. We want the cup again. You, you been in many different cities over the years. Is it fair to say that the city of Cincinnati holds a very special place in your heart it does you know my first head coaching job A lot of hockey over those four years. You know I take a lot of pride. In the standpoint, we went from my first year in two thousand six, never player. New Franchise. We were just starting up again. you know we had the brand name, but we have the team yet. You know so you know. When when ray brought the end. We feel that first year we lost in the division finals. Then we win it. We're losing the conference finals, and then we win it again. and then Jeez know three of the next four coaches fall played for me, skull the. For Orlando, Matt McDonald won a championship with me in A. Great Hanau with Mattie Thomas Coach against. Mattie for decades and you know so just the standpoint that the team has been so successful now. You know that's fourteen fifteen year stretch. I think they've only made me miss the playoffs one year. Or two years, and you know to win a cup I you know I think if you're GONNA look down. The history of Cincinnati pro sport is probably one of the most successful runs here over a decade and a half in Cincinnati history check I got about a minute. Listeners what are you up to these days? Where are you these days? I Am Coaching College Hockey Now I'm at Rensselaer. Polytechnic Institute, so for the hockey fans. It's an easy school. famous for guys like Adam oates. Mike mcphee Joey Juno. Up Their PUPA, those types of guys we've had about fifty or sixty NHL players come through our doors. This is your to from the college hockey working with a guy by the name of Dave Smith. WHO's the head coach here? WHO's been a long friend? And I have a four year old, also GonNa the the yeah, the jumping around of pro-jo hit nineteen years a pro coaching. And just decided to change gears a Little Bit Movie Division One College Hockey, and that's what I've been doing so. He has in the American League and went to Europe and now putting some routes down here, North America and doing the college solitaire. Excellent Hey I'll let you go. The show that follows me tonight is the reality check. One half of that is Tom Gamble Tom. Gamble called during the break and said to tell you he said hello. I. Spent a lot of good times with him those last couple of years and yeah, it definitely missed. Those guys miss all the people and the the fans. especially it was such a special place and you know it's funny that the replaying the game tonight on YouTube the replay replaying game five tonight live and I'm. GonNa Replay win from two thousand eight, as well so cyclones are doing a great job staying that sports landscape there Cincinnati Excellent Jukka so great to hear your voice so great catching up with the appreciate the time congrats on everything you have going on and best of luck going forward. All land. They take care there you go, check Weber head coach of the cyclones ten years ago tonight. When they won the Kelly Cup for the second time. In three years I am way late news time and then Doug flat around the corner on the anniversary tonight of his first Major League home run with the big red machine after we check news carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred WWL W. Eight forty one seven hundred wwl W! It's Arnelle. Carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. Gambling fin warming up with the reality. Check coming up at nine o'clock. Down Try! Am I setting up our next guest publicly what? Yeah all right, L.! Let me flashing back even further. Let me go back to May. Twenty First Nineteen seventy this date, nine, thousand, nine hundred seventy five riverfront stadium. Our next guest stepped to the plate at satellite like this ready again with the next good. Talk. Fabric. What I? Hear a lot bear. Home Right at eleven of. Fanatic! Why what that young man? Only going praises Brian. I'll tell you. What is that ball with a whole lot of authority off the Beijing Green? Heading to back, no, it is not let's welcome in. He hit that home. Run this date. One, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy five. It would be doug. Flynn how are you? Doing also and words that were never spoken again for the next eleven years Doug, plan. Hammers out of the. First things first. How good that I bumped in with the Oak Ridge Boys? I heard it. This is a great intro. Still dear friend and You know they're still getting after every day they shoot. They don't I. Don't know two hundred and something days a year. and. They got a couple of guys that are pushing eighty I, mean they are? Right now tell me the truth I. Message You on facebook today to tell you about this anniversary. Were you aware this was the anniversary of your first Major League home run? I was not. you know. One would be. You know I I can remember it pretty well because I don't up to the plate I'm not sure how I got into the game. We were up eight four replaced replace Joe in the seventh inning looked it up. Okay, and all the close to bunt, yes. Out with the three and one. Down Valleys Grandma's and he didn't have the gun on and I said all right I know I miss? The science stepped out. Look back down to Alex. he went through the signs again. No, but all right. I'm probably going to get fined for this, but I'm swinging. And Years later Johnny Bench told me he said you can thank me for your first home run. How's that? He said well spark button. Sparking we're up eight to four kid hit. Wow, Leno, and then that was a pretty historical game because I say. We went on a pretty good run after that. In fact, you did from that point forward. You One forty one of your next fifty games. How about that? That's pretty impressive. I, know we put at least separated. It was an unbelievable run. I think. We had a couple of ten win streaks in there and just. Made it so fun. You know that was my first year, so not knowing what to expect. Or how did this team really was? There seemed to be a lot of pressure on that year because they had one in seventy, and they didn't win and seventy two seventy, three got beat the division. With the mets and now. Everybody was starting to say I. It's the big red machine, but they haven't won it yet. So you know that started just relaxing, everybody and just incredible run from there on out and Doug, not only a special moment, because it was your first major. League home, but your family was there that not right. You, know they. They came up. Be Miles south so they would come up to quite a few games and. There were so many things blake year when people say. What was your highlight of your career or your first year? We'll good night. You know you get cut. Bring Your College team three years later. You're in the big leagues. Your I hit you in the locker room with so many superstars and then. Golly I. It's hard to really put. In the exact time Texas exactly how fabulous everything was I'm so fortunate to be there. At the right time Doug I also I listened to that I found that game on Youtube today I listen to it and you were the star of the game, so I was. It was funny because you you. You sounded so young and so nervous talking with Nuxie in the post game. What a moment! That must've been well. You know those guys I've watched one of the kid growing. Into, the game, and then all of a sudden. You're the guy sitting in the dugout with Joe Nuxhall. I mean. If you listen to the broadcast the home run, he was more excited. I think than anybody. Yes, yes, and then s you get to know Joe you realize. Wow, that's how special guy he was not only was a great player and admired by so many people but I. Don't know of anybody that has a better name throughout Cincinnati history than Joe Nutso. To think about it, you're you're twenty four at the time you're from Washington. You're playing on a team that becomes the big red machine. What what a moment in your life. Nobody has built that bad. What. So much. So much fun with and but you know the great thing about it is anywhere you go and people say you're part of the big red machine without even thinking they can the starting lineup and I. There's not a whole lot of ball clubs that have people that remember the starting lineup. Except for the ones you know when their local fans but shoot, everybody can tell you who was on that team. They were like Rockstar it just so fun to be around. Catch everybody up before I. Let you run and manage great catching up with you. What are what are you up to these days? What keeps you busy well? I've been Dimple Bank here Lexington for twenty two years of course, but like everybody else just trying to stay healthy. Yeah, my mom and dad or ninety two, and they're over and assisted living right now, so we did a little visit with them. Them today from social distancing, but you know my older daughter doing really well taken care of the House fixing up stuff and do a little fishing golfing and just can't wait to give a big hug a lot of my buddies that I haven't seen for a while no question. Hey, this was really cool of you. I'm so glad we could hook up and I appreciate you checking in tonight. To relive the moment on this date nineteen seventy-five way if you're the best buddy I take to pass and you guys stay safe sounds good thanks doug. All right buddy there you go, Doug Flynn the glue. Is that big red machine back to back? World series titles won a gold glove with the mets this date. Riverfront Stadium Nineteen seventy five. He homered off Tom Hall and he was exactly right because I, listening to the broadcast I heard the moment that count went to three, and why he had tried to bunt earlier in the at Bat, and eventually took off the side of the fact. He tells the story was it was Johnny. Who told Sparky let the kid hit? And he did and homer the the first of his major league career, he would go on to hit six more in his major league career total of seven home runs. That was really cool. We'll take our final time out head down the stretch. Try to squeeze in a couple of more notes on this date in reds, history, darnall carrier sports talk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet Seven Hundred W. and. The music sets us on our way on this date in reds history to wrap things up. We go back to nineteen forty six. The reds are nearly stranded due to a nationwide rail strike coming back from Boston to Cincinnati they. Reach Buffalo before the midnight strike. They had to travel to Cleveland. The players did in taxi cabs. Then stay over and bust home to Cincinnati that courtesy of red leg journal, which is my source for most of this that I loved that book one thousand nine hundred. Eighty two the defending national champion dodgers ripped the reds for fifteen runs in the first inning. You'll blackwell's started for the reds. The reds used four pitchers in the first inning. Dodger's went on to win nineteen to one at ebbets field, nineteen consecutive batters reached in the first inning. Joe nuxhall pitched the final three innings, allowing no runs that was his second major league appearance eight years after his first appearance at the age of fifteen. And come to think of it, he debuted in eighteen nothing game. His second appearance was in nineteen one game this they nineteen, sixty three Jim, Maloney ties a team record for strikeouts nine innings with sixteen. He pitched a two hitter eight and a third innings beat the braves to nothing at county stadium. He struck out eight in a row. At one point, he won twenty three games that year, striking out two hundred and sixty five in two hundred and fifty days this date, one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, five, as we mentioned with Doug Flynn. The reds trailed Tom, sieber three nothing at Riverfront. They rallied to win four or eleven to four. They were twenty and twenty entering the game. They would proceed to win forty one of their next fifty, and the big red machine was on its way this date nineteen ninety reds over the cubs, four three at Wrigley Jose Real Beats Greg Maddux. Six and a third innings of one earned run baseball that nasty boys finished off the final two and two thirds I noticed bill long the pride of molar pitch for the cubs in that game, the reds were twenty six and nine date in nineteen, nine, hundred, ninety, the state two. Two Thousand and one day after being stunned by a seven-run bottom of the ninth walk off Grand Slam by the braves, the reds regrouped and one in Cleveland, seventy four and Cocoa Francisco Cordero, who give it up the Grand Slam the day before cleaned up with a ninth inning, save in the game and finally this date two thousand twelve Michalik eight innings of one run baseball for the win. Reds beat the braves four one at great, American Ballpark drew stubbs homers twice Mike Lee. The first of six for his Major League career in Zach, Coz are homered as the reds knocked off the braves all this date in reds history there you go by the way or the other The other note in actually dropped him. A A message a DM on twitter, trying to get him on tonight. It was also on this date, two thousand and twelve in that game that Kaleb Lloyd. A local guy caught two of those home runs. He caught leaks home, run ball, and then Coz art very next batter he. He homered into the left center field, bleachers and Caleb Lloyd caught both of them. Actually the first one he barehanded, it bounced out of his hand. It stung in pretty good, but he picked it up, and then the very next batter Coz art hit one that bounced into his lap. He didn't keep either ball. He gave the League home. Run back to the reds to give to leak and the second home run. He gave to a friend who went to the game with who had given him the ticket for the game. Caleb Lloyd. If you're listening I, was looking for you today to be a guest on the show to tell that story, but we missed each other, but cool story back to back home runs to the same guy at great American ballpark on this date all right? I gotTA get Outta here I'm told and I'm going to need some time to recover from this. At least the the imagery I am told that not only do the do gamble. And Finn Deliver the reality check coming up in a matter of a minute or so, but at ten fifty. They are staging a pure romance party. 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Now sports talk on seven hundred wwl jolly. Let's do it. Seven zero nine seven hundred wwl. WBZ's sportstalk I'm lions, mcallister HEPI Davir hair two hours to get it done tonight a lot to get to between now, and then let's go front and center with our leadoff guest tonight. This is a cool story. I, I read about this in the river city news in a piece written by Rick Robinson. A couple of weeks ago and I thought it'd be really cool to try to get our next guest on. and Lo and behold he's joining us. He was born in Fort Knox Kentucky. He won a college world series pitching for Lsu. For the Olympic baseball team in Barcelona nineteen, ninety-two was a first round pick of the Detroit Tigers, the sixteenth pick overall in Nineteen ninety-two. He made his Major League debut in relief for the Cincinnati. Reds back in June of one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, nine, in it was his lone Major League appearance Classic Cup of Coffee Story. I think a really cool story, so it's with that excitement we had to the phones and welcome in rich Green Rick Lance McAlister. How are you? Lance I'm doing well. Thanks for having me on how our families well and set the stage for us. Where are you calling from? I'm in North Louisiana. I spent about twenty five years in Baton Rouge after my comet Lsu, and then moved up here with my wife's near my wife's family, so I have three older children that attend dollars you. Have a young seven year old daughter that had lived with canal and life is good and just. You know doing an interview once every two or three years about my time in in Cincinnati so to speak, so things are good I'm so glad we could catch up tonight. Let's rewind the clock if we could You had pitched in the Tigers Organization and with the brewers organization. Explain how you wound up in the reds organization. This is a this is a really neat story and I had been in triple eight for two years in ninety, seven and ninety eight. And during those two years had played the red AAA affiliate several several times we were in the same division and Dave Miley at the end of nineteen, Ninety Eight, the manager of the of the reds AAA eighteen, said Hey you know. Are you going to resign with the brewers? And I said absolutely not, and he said when you become a free agent, give the red, the call and man, as soon as I did I I called the reds I signed a minor league contract I was able to pitch in one spring training big league game as a quote. Unquote backup guy. Against the phillies in clearwater, and did really really well, and I think if I hadn't been able to do that. Then McCain wouldn't have been able to even know who I was, but That's how I became a red, and you know Jim Bowdoin I tip my hat to him. Every time I see him just because he gave me the ultimate opportunity to to live that childhood dream, so that's how I became a red and you know I'm thankful ever since take us then to June of nineteen ninety nine. Where were you and what was the moment like when you got the call to the show? We were in Norfolk Virginia playing the tides I was playing cards with a grant Jackson. Who is our pitching coach and AAA who is? Just a fantastic, fantastic, human, being great guy, great coach, happy, go lucky perfect. You know gotTa be around and the phone rang before the game and everybody knows when the phone rings and AAA in the manager's office that there's some type of roster move going on and Dave took the call, and he came out of his office, and he pointed me and grant, and said I need to see both of you in the office. And when I sat down, and he basically said okay. You're going to Cincinnati. I really don't remember. After that so? It was it was in ninety nine? In for whatever reason you know, cellphones were not nearly as big as they are now and I called my wife from the the clubhouse payphone, and she did not answer her cell phone. So of course I packed up my gear as fast as I could, and got back to the hotel to to fly out Cincinnati, but she called the phone. The phone number back that ran that ranked the clubhouse to to the to the pay phone, and Dave answered now. My wife and they knew each other just from being around the ballpark and she's like Dave. What's going on? What's going on and he's like? No I let rick. And she said You'd better tell me right now. Said Rick Rick called up to Cincinnati and I'm sure you'll talk to them soon, so she's. She's going ballistic and crazy and excited, but She was in Indianapolis at the time because she just drove to Cincinnati in me up at the airport. So it was. It was really you know when you say things are neat. It was it was really really neat the funny part of the story. Is You know when you say cup of coffee of the first time? I got called up. was basically for. Denny Naegle, coming off the L., and and I was truly truly truly going to be an emergency, just in case guy and Jim boating boating's savvy down and said look. We're going to activate you tomorrow. Like Sunday We have an off day on Monday, and then we have a game on Tuesday and we're going to send you back down after the. The game when we act debate, you know Denny Naegle and I said okay, that's fine. You know so I knew going out the right off the bat. If if I didn't get in, I, was still going to get three days a big league time you know we got the big league insurance. You get on the forty man roster and the whole bit. And so I knew that going in and I went back down. so I didn't have to move the family and I didn't get a place in Cincinnati and just you know it was good that they told me all that, so then they. Didn't get in a game of course I I got sent back down and then That was in April as a matter of fact, but then in June they called me back up so You know that that's when I got my appearances. On the one appearance in the big league. Take take me to that day. June nineteenth, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety nine, and you make your Major League debut after a rough first inning for and I didn't realize it at Olympic. Teammate of Yours Ron vallone. I played on the Olympics together. And then you know wound up becoming teamates again and in the Cincinnati Organization so you have to. You have to remember that. This was my sixth year in professional baseball and I. I had been a starter since really since high school, and only a couple of starts in college, so short relief Middle Relief You know a guy that comes in for the holds I was a closer I was a set up guy, and all of a sudden vallone gets in trouble, and you know they say okay, you know, go down to the bullpen and I was you know somewhat shocked. I'd say the least and. So I go down there and you know. The balls are different in the big leagues, and they are in Aaa I'm just trying to get acclimated as best I can and you know I. Get in the game for Guy Hits a home run. You know not the end of the world, and not the debut, but I was looking for but I settled down, and you know and did okay. Got Mark Loretta ground into a double play from my first big-league out and then you know. I progressed and kept going and kept going, and after like the third inning or so second or third inning. You Know Jack and Gullit would come up and say hey, how's your field? How's your arm feel and and I can have this tiffany moment where I just sat there and said. What if this is the only time I ever get to the big leagues I Dang sure ain't gonNA tell them to my arm hurts. You know that I need a day off for I'm I'm good. You know like me out of the game, so I had pitched four and two-thirds innings. Come off the mound. And I'm up third that inning now I had already had one at bat against Eve ordered and I remember I was with the brewers that year before all the last guy sent down from spring? Training at the end of spring training to AAA I. was that close to making that big league club? So I? I was up third the in the the last after I pitched for and two thirds a month, third and Jackson listen, he said if someone gets on, we're GONNA. Pinch hit for you. and of course two quick outs. I, get another courtesy I bet and they got fouled. Kick the ball, but of course struck out again because I hadn't taken EP six years so. But I wound up going out for That's the last thing I picked five and two thirds. I think it's like ninety five pitches. you know I walked? One struck out three I I would say I held my own, and basically I ate up a lot of innings for the bullpen, which is would Switzerland's great. In my eyes I can vividly remember having my spikes on the very next day and Steve Avery goes man. Why are you got your spikes on, and I'm just sitting there going you just never know. You never know. So. You were you were star the game reading the piece by Rick Robinson. You are star. The game interviewed by Joe Nuxhall afterwards. Well when they start the game when you lose like thirteen to. It's like saying you're. Nights just heard. That say the range of the game was not very shining bright star, but. But when you, when you look back at it, you know George Grande was calling the game and you know. Marty Brennaman was there. June. Doughnuts all interviewed me who pitching the big leagues when he was fifteen years I mean just all these all these factors of of me being there, was just was a wonderful, wonderful experience and Yeah, did get the Montgomery. Ribs Player of the game and you know a few days later went out for lunch before they before one of the game and anyway it was. It was amazing. It was surreal. It was everything you expected it to be and you know and I. I'm thank Lovett for every every second I was there, Rick, what would you say to those who would say? Oh, man, he only got one appearance. Baseball's been around for over one hundred and fifty years I looked it up today. Approximately nineteen, thousand six hundred ninety players have appeared in a major league game. You are one of them. What does that mean to you this many years later? Well the the fact of getting to the to the big leagues far outweighed the fact that I didn't have a long illustrious ten year fully vested career. That's that's the bottom line. What I've liked to have ten years in the big league, what I would have liked to have a half a season on the big league, but when you look back at the fact that I'm only one of nineteen thousand, plus that have ever lived young boys, Dream, and played a sport, played a game for my profession, and and made unbelievable friendships, and traveled the world to Cuba Spain, and Canada and And done a a lot of things that a lot of people have done. I've lived two or three lifetimes already at forty nine years old, or even, when I retired at thirty one that most people just don't get to do so talk about being extremely blessed and very very fortunate, lucky, and proud, and and just just happy. I was able to get there even for one game so. This has been a blast to catch up with you and I know, but before i. let you run your. You've got a foundation. Tell us about the foundation and what it's all about. But to dream foundation was based off of by I threw a two seam fat ball. My father about seven years ago came down with cancer. He's he's better now. He's fine. He's beating quote unquote. But I just started something where I wanted to give back, and we do donate money to some local charities in Louisiana also the Saint Jude in Memphis You know that's that's another thing that you bring up if I'd had a ten year career, Ida had a better and more You know giving foundation and more more ability to give back. I wanted to do something off of the somewhat celebrity that I. I had in Baton Rouge, area and North Louisiana, so we raise money we give it away We just think that you know so. Many people are touched by cancer, and there's a lot of cancer organizations out there, but it's got a baseball at a background and feel to it, so just extremely blessed to be able to give back to to people that have given me so much over over the years. Rick I during the interview. I just got a text and I'm looking at, and it says tell Greenie that mile said Hello Dave Miley is listening and wanted to send a shout out to you about that. Well, you know Dave Miley holds a special place in my heart. He you know he's one of those ones that believed in you, and and saw you and a big fan of yours over the course time, and we had a fantastic relationship, and you know he and grant, and all the coaches in the Cincinnati Organization. will be lifelong friends, so you know thanks Dave I. Appreciate Everything You did for me and what you did for the reds and I know you're appreciated their Cincinnati and and other places so. Hello Dave and I hope you're doing well and I appreciate it again for everything you did for me Rick. I tell you how much I enjoyed this I I love stories like this and I'm so glad we could get a hold of you and I'm so glad you could spend a few minutes with us. A congrats on everything. You've done everything you have going on best of luck to you. The family stay safe and man. I would love to touch base with you maybe down the road and do this again sometime. I'll tell you what when when Joe. Borough. It's town you know he's. And I'M GONNA lsu Guy? So there's a there's a good friend of mine in in Monroe Louisiana that a huge bengals fan so now I'm. I'm a fan as well since JOE is on the team, but you know, call me anytime. Love to tell you a little bit more got more baseball stories for you. We can catch up especially when when the reds back swing and action sounds good. You got it that as a deal. Thanks, Rik, take care. Thanks, I appreciate. You go to how about that Rick Green a red? In the ninety nine season June, nineteenth, nineteen, ninety nine, he makes is Major League debut. The only appearance he made his major league career, but what a story and Appreciate his perspective on all that I wish we had a little bit more time. Do that again some time seven twenty-three. Thanks for being here tonight. We are up and running. Arnelle carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet at seven hundred WWL W. Seven forty seven hundred wwl W sportstalk carriers, sports dot presented by Kilson Chevrolet on lions, mcallister. Thanks for hanging out tonight, Friday night. A, movie hits the big screen at Amelia starlight drive in. It'll be shown Friday Saturday Sunday at eight forty five each evening. The movie was set to open in thirty nine theaters back in April, but the virus scrapped those plans that the movie is called Chase. It's the true story of a of teenage love triangle leading to the death of a youth baseball player, tragically a sixteen. Sixteen year old chance. Smith of Hammer's villain and Brown county, took his own I in two thousand twelve, the movie explorers, the the emotional impact of texting and and I love teenagers, and it offers a suicide prevention message. all told through the Lens of Elite Youth Baseball Matthew Modine. WHO started one of my favorite eighties? Movies Quest Stars as the youth baseball coach in the. The movie our next guest plays the role of Chance Smith in that movie. he is a sophomore at Sycamore High School. He plays baseball for Sycamore Four, and it is a pleasure to welcome in Jake Hurts Jake Lance McAlister. How are you good? How are you? I'm well I. Certainly appreciate your time. How How did you get involved with with a movie project like this? This curl on, it's A. It's a pretty interesting story, I? It's definitely been a long process to in the summer of two thousand. Fifteen I'm currently a sophomore going into my sixth grade year my team and I were playing tournament Ogden part near Flesh Field at the tournament. Mike daily in the sunset We're taking headshot. Pictures of all the baseball players there. Actually, looking back at the pictures now I look a lot like Chance Smith just without the long blonde curly hair. then in December. We drove out to flash baseball. Complex. Read the script with Mike Seth and Pamela daily, my coach at the time, actually knew the daily family create another level of comfort and familiarity going into the whole process so. Tell me! Describe your role and in how much you were in the movie. So my role is chance at the age of twelve years old My part had a lot of baseball scenes in it. Which I felt right at home at two playing since I was four years old at a high level and. Then going into the teenage years, I guess more into like you said that team texting and bullying mental health part I had a very significant role in twelve year old part and I learned a lot about. Hey chance wise, and really who I was to the whole process. Just hearing. You describe that I get chills. It's it's a powerful movie. It's clearly in an important message. What's it like now looking back to to play a part in putting us on the big screen? So. Mental health is a pretty close to home issue. I have people in my family that struggle with it I personally do not but I I understand the struggles that people go through and I think something that needs to be talked about in today's society, even though it hasn't been a sensitive topic, the whole experience. changed my view a little bit. Bit On mental health, I've always seen it as something that I like why why? Why are people this way? And I realized that there's a lot more that goes into it than just one person being upset so and also the causes and effects of it are greater than you would ever think so. It's definitely been something that's affected the way I live my daily life. In the way that I approach mental health and issues that come with it. Jake hurts joining a tonight on sports talk to the movie debuts Friday night. be shown Friday Saturday Sunday Melia starlight drive in at eight forty five. The movie is. Jake plays the role of chance Smith in his younger years. Where where where was this filled in? How long did a project like this take? So it was actually filmed. Watch baseball complex mainly, and then, if you areas around, it so the audition process started, I would say December of two thousand seventeen in January of two thousand eighteen that whole process took about three months with script Reading Act acting exercises, and then some libraries, and obviously just some playing baseball and football with on the other guys that were there with me, also that also played baseball, and then we really got into the. The like more of the filming and the movie aspect of it in April and May, doing drills and acting work in more screw treating exercises, and then we started filming a movie at the beginning of June, two thousand eighteen, and it took about a month or so to completely on the movie. I mentioned the the youth. Baseball coach of the film was Mathew Modine from full metal jacket stranger things I know from vision quest, a fantastic eighties movie. What it like working with Matthew Modine it was it was a really cool experience to talk and act within throughout the whole process Together and got to know each other during those moments as well as just outside of the set talking to each other like normal people in a situation that I would say anything but normal. At least I mean maybe not to him. he helped me a lot when it came to how I should approach seems and acting and at times even backed up my opinions on how certain moment should be shot film crew? And I would say there wasn't mutual respect between us. Because when it came to acting, he knew what he was doing, so I would turn to him for advice and guidance, but when it came to baseball aspect and the coaching aspect I knew a lot more. Testing I mentioned Friday night. Saturday Sunday eight, forty five. The concession stand and restrooms are open with mask. You can pay five dollars extra per car and bringing your own food or drink. Will you be at any of the showings this weekend? Yeah, I'll be at the starlight drive in on Friday night to see it I've got a lot of friends and family that it'll be there as well and I'm sure they're excited. If finally see it after hearing me, talk about it for the past two years. one thing I want to mention that. How how the movie does. This weekend is kind of important where it goes in the future over the next few months. like you said earlier, it was scheduled to be released thirty nine regional theaters until the whole corona virus outbreak came along with the current situation expansion option that they're looking at is coming in the form of drive in theaters, which we see here and if they if it does well enough this weekend, not only were they maybe show it again at the drive in at starlight driving, but also look to expand an even more drive in theaters, regionally and around the country. that being said target listeners please please come out and watching it and support it this weekend it's showing at the starlight drive in on Friday Saturday and Sunday night, absolutely chance to get out of the house, a chance to see a powerful movie with a clearly a message Friday Saturday Sunday eight forty five pm. Each evening it before I let you run. I know there's something else you're. You're passionate about. It involved in it and I saw this petition in the last week or so I mentioned your baseball player Sycamore. You have you have put together a petition to the Ohio High School Athletic? Association explain what the petition is for yes. With with the coronavirus, canceling a lot of sports over the past few months. Especially, the Spring Sports in the future of high school sports as well as sports like baseball, having an uncertain future. I think it's important to play sports. We can't play when we can play them. In one of those at this point is baseball and softball with governor to wine opening those back up on This coming Tuesday may twenty six whereas sports like football are still. Considered a very high risk without much barriers and really no ability to social distance so with these sports still being questioned for the fall. I think it's a good conversation to start with your HSA about possibly moving and making up for the lost spring seasons in fall. You, because I mean so really, I'm thinking about. I'm going back on the calendar. The last time you would have played baseball would have been win. July. So that would mean, any. We're getting back into it now, but still that's. A very long time. It's a lot longer than normal. Normally we'd start a season early March with high school and even travel ball when I was younger so Getting extra season back I. Think is really important. How how could listen refine find the petition It's unchanged dot org if you look up HSA. Supplemental Fall Baseball season partition. It should be the first thing that pops up on Google what what position do you play Jake? I play second and third and pitch. Well if you need I know people in camps, so if you need me to like, put the screws to him to move up or different spot in the order. Just let me know all right. Look forward and plan within this year, so this whole came along, but. Hey, it is a great catching up with you. Congrats on what you've done and contributed to this movie. I can't wait to to see it in the story behind it, and and the important message will be delivered a congrats automatic. congrats on and best of luck with the petition and thanks for joining me tonight. Thank you so much for having. You gotTa Take Care. All right there. You Go, Jake, Kertzman? Sophomore Sycamore I I should've asked him. He's probably sophomore. He's how old sixteen seventeen sounds like. He's about thirty very mature, young man on like the Maury targets like this kid's got it all going on. He's got an altogether but man the movie. I've seen the trailer to this point it. Who you talk about powerful and and the message and all its involved of. Teenagers and love and and baseball and and texting and bullying, and and again tragically a sixteen year old chance Smith took his life during this in two thousand and twelve the story chance. Friday Saturday Sunday. Amelia's starlight drive in eight forty five all right. By the way, Couple of wrap up notes on Rick Green in the in the in the first half hour. I really wish I had more time with him tonight because. There's a couple of backstories to it. He was sent back down. a couple of days later when I believe it was Stan Belinda, who the because I am reading the piece by Rick? Robinson Stan Belinda walked in the clubhouse they were in Houston had taken the road trip and Rick kind of realized that his time was up Stan. Belinda had arrived assuming that many was off the DL but he he told Rick Robinson of the story in the. The river city news that day. The reds players were celebrating how Morris's tenth year ten th anniversary of being a major league baseball, and he took a drink of Daniel's that they were passing around the room to celebrate ten years of for. Hal Morris the other, really neat thing about this. That was the ninety nine a wildcard playoff game game one sixty three. The reds players voted Rick a playoff share for the money. They got for that wildcard game. Voted him a share and keep in mind. It was just one game, but that day Ronn vallone went out after a third of an inning and rick. Green you talk about a classic saving your bullpen. He went five and two thirds innings through ninety five pitches as a guy who is usually a closer and save them at least a couple of arms to us in the in the. The next games in down the road so certainly they understood that the value of that one singular performance that day, and it turns out who sees only major league performance. Thanks to Jeff, Carr. Who who got that done? That was really cool and thanks to the contributions made by my. Guy, Stephen Sherp and also Rick. Robinson wrote the peace and sent me a note on twitter. Twitter as well he writes. is a guest writer for the river city new, so it was a group effort effort in very much. Appreciate Hope. You enjoyed the conversation with both guests tonight art. We'll hit today on top of the hour. We'll get a check on news and a bit out of the top of the hour news our old friend well. He's not old, but he's. He's a longtime friend Coley Harvey. We'll check in from the bengals. Beat here to the Yankees beat to covering Muhammad Ali's funeral to now what he's doing, he's doing daily thing called six feet sixty seconds, which is really cool. He's working for Fox. Sports in the big ten network will do all that as we continue our and L. Kerr. sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred wwl, W. The following takes place between eight. PM Nine PM. Let's keep rolling. No no down to slow down. We gotta hustle less than an hour to get done Gary Jeff. Walker served nightcap from nine to midnight tonight. Thanks for hanging out and being a part of Arnelle. Carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. Let's get right to at our next guest I. I'm so happy to to hook up with him tonight. I consider him to be gifted and talented and versatile, and I think he's and I've said this before, and I'll say it again I think. He's a rising star in the business. I I loved his work when he was here on the Bengals beat for ESPN AND ESPN DOT COM and I've loved his work since, and it was that the kind of caught my eye with what he's doing on a feature. He'll tell you about here in a second, but let's go to the phones and welcome in coli. Harvey. How are you Leonard some good? Okay how you doing? I am well. Well. How are you're safe? You're well WH-. Where are you right now? Yes, even well. My back in the Mid West these days I a limited Chicago Beautiful Day up here today. still could be a little bit warmer, but but we're going to get done and I'm I'm safe. I'm healthy I hope the same for your family's well absolutely absolutely let me let me jump I the thing that just caught my eye over the last couple of weeks or so, and and have you tell my listeners what it's all about you're doing. Something called six feet. Sixty seconds explain the concept. It's a random concept. I was sitting on my couch one day a couple of weeks ago and I was just like. Something sports related that kind of is interesting at least interesting to me and you know I'm I'm hoping that interesting for people who follow me on social media as well, but basically the idea is sixty sixty seconds kind of a play on the sixty feet six inches. From from baseball but the idea is telling people. Hey, make sure you're keeping your six feet of social distance right now while also learning something in sixty seconds, and so basically I take a minute and each day I've been doing this for a little over two weeks now each day. I'm giving you some negative info or something that happened on that day. in sports history, and it just kind of my way to keep my. My own personal sports sanity right now as well as a way to kind of keep in practice for whenever I get a chance to get back to work on Air Cooling. What What platform is six feet sixty seconds on for those interested? Yes, so I I I'm just putting it right now. On My twitter and instagram pages, and both of them are very simple there my name coli, Harvey Co L. E. Y. Harvey. And so at. Both of those instagram twitter, and especially like I, said today. just happened to realize today was the anniversary. I guess you could say of the big benches clearing brawl here in Chicago. Back in two thousand six, the cubs white, sox. When Aj presents key hit Michael. We're actually Michael Barrick. As present he the the function. So that was today, very. Number seven fourteen on this same day that exact same day actually in two thousand six as well so it just kind of looking at things like that and and finding. Unique. Tickets like a few weeks ago was the the anniversary of the first game of the Colorado. Silver, bullets and I know many people. But that was a an all women Team that was playing against all mid teams. In the mid nineties and I remember them I I was a kid at the time. But I remember the very well, and wanted to kind of introduce people to to them as well coli Harvey's checking in. You may remember him. You're shivering from his days here. In Cincinnati a few years ago, covering the Bengals for ESPN coli when things are back to and I use air quotes when I say no. What all to my audience! What all? You'll be doing with Fox sports in the big ten network again this year. Dictator I've been doing a lot of hosting. During during the college football season, hosted a couple of shows for for that as well as updates during the week On the weekends I was on the sideline for Fox Sports I. College Football Games. So I was doing you know we were at Michigan State a couple of times this year. We were at Utah a couple of times this year, which saw until they rented Oregon Utah was to me the best under the radar team in the country this past year We had a number of really good Games really good interesting match up some among the crew with Tim Brando. Who have been you know just college football royalty. So this has been a really fun ride and You know we're. We're obviously excited to get going again. With whatever college football like hopefully in the fall We'll be going again with that and you know and this. Is supposed to be doing baseball. Crossing my fingers look, we'll get to some MLB action at some point and Also supposed to do XSL. First xfl game. That everything happened ahead to fly back home. Man Oh, man, oh! You I was thinking about this today. You stop with ESPN or we're doing stuff for them and sportscenter. You were covering the Yankees. I've always thought. The Yankees beat has to be maybe the most fascinating crowded hectic everything rolled into one of any beat in sports. What was that scene like in that situation like day today? I will tell you that as a sports reporter. I felt this while I was in the middle of it and I guess I still feel it now, but but certainly in the middle of it while you're you know the color of flying so to speak I felt like. Hey, if I can cover this team if I can handle this if I can say with. Just about anything and I mean it's. It's Kinda cliche. It's kind of the Frank Sinatra you can make. It is kind of thing just because that that is a true beast, you know you're in the number, one market and in in in north, America via market in North America you're covering a harder, arguably the team that is the number one team in all sports all over the world with with the recognition and brand that the Yankees have, and there's constantly something going on. Even if it's kind of Mundane Day in July, there's your story line. That has written about has spoken about with that team just truly because they're in New York and because of the Yankees so so I. Honestly it was. It's stressful moments, but I had a lot of fun. at a lot of friends who are still on that beat You know, enjoy being around the team. The. Guys at least while I was covering the my. You Know First Class people. Throughout? The organization that I dealt with on a day to day basis and I think a lot of that comes from Brian Cashman and thin from Aaron Boone down. You know and so yes I. I miss that time there for sure all baseball person too so they just kind of being able to pinch myself every day at. Work here is pretty awesome. Thanks for going down to the great. American, as well you know. I mean I. I didn't get a chance to read when I was. In Cincinnati but just being in those kind of situations, but you say a truly blessed speaking of situations. Take me back to twenty sixteen and I haven't seen all of your work, but I've told you. I'm a big Fan of your work and I'm not sure you've had a moment. Where for my money you shine more in how you handled and covered Mohammed Ali's funeral memorial. What was that experience like? Man It was it certainly the number one Memory I guess you could say. my career that I'll always cherish. I was. Working with ESPN at the time, and actually I was covering the bengals specifically at the time and We're actually coming up on the anniversary of his passing on June third and that June third and twenty sixteen. The bengals were having believe OTA's. We're going on now. many campuses don't some kind of many camper something we've gone on. Just for they were getting ready to break for summer. That's they weren't really having. You know very serious workout, but still stuff to pay attention to. That being said when the when when we got news at Lee passed I just kind of raise my hand and today you know just down the road here. Let me know if there's anything I can do I know the story is GonNA end up in local this week with Ali. Being from Louisville and and they said Yeah, head on down and I thought it was going to be there for maybe a day, maybe two near the whole week and you know it was truly testament to the people who Ali brought out. You know what I mean I. I met people from from Canada from Australia some Brazil. I met a man named Muhammad Ali who was from Bangladesh. Met Baba and I league. When he was when he was younger man, and showed me the picture, and it was, that was really kind of crazy. Just seeing the way the world came to mobile to celebrate the legacy of the man, and and what he meant to the world outside of the ring, just especially later in life what he meant to the world that was. That was important for me for us to be there and you know that just made me feel really special. They have to be a part of. Said Hey. This was excellent. I'm so glad you're doing well. Stay safe and this was a blast. Hook it up with the an opening. Do it again down the road. Often, and if if people want to have any ideas for sixty six fifty seconds, you have any suggestions. Let me know for sure. I'm having a blast doing it for other people are joining as well and thank you very much. Again on on twitter and instagram. You're at Coley. Harvey correct. That's correct. Excellent. Thanks go like take care. Thank you so much all right. That was good stuff. Good stuff we come back I. Think I this I. This is so good. I think it cries out for a caller segment Ryan. Fagin covers major league baseball for the Sporting News, and he tweeted this yesterday and this to me. Just sent me back in time for the answer. It's a simple question. Ryan Fagin, ask. Who is your favorite baseball player when you were eleven years old? And why? Ryan Fagin baseball writer Sporting News Sporting News Dot com. Who is your favorite baseball player when you were eleven years old? And why. I think we'll take some calls on. That I think we have some fun with that eighteen sportstalk seven hundred wwl w. Eight twenty five seven hundred wwl wwl's Arnaud carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. Are Carriers Your Global Transportation Provider? Visit our LLC, Dot Com and Kelsey Chevrolet Open for sales and service with a new state of the art. Collision Repair Center coming in July and we've been flying tonight. It's already eight twenty five. Three. Outstanding Guest Rick. Green loved that story. Jake herdsmen hamp recive in Coli Harvey. What a blast from the past and love just love his work, so Ryan Fagin leads us into our topic that we can maybe head down the stretch with before on this date in reds. History Ryan Rights Major League Baseball for the Sporting News, and as I said before the break he asked a. A simple question on twitter and I love stuff like that so I'm always looking for ideas of some that we can have some fun with this seems like something. We can have some fun with he said. Who is your baseball player when you were eleven years old, and why and I immediately flashed back summer nine, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seven I turned eleven years old that summer. My favorite player as an eleven year old. was. The Guy I ran the first because of a walk. I slid headfirst because of him. I love hitting the. LEADOFF hitter, most of my life I loved hitting the first pitch of the game, a brand new shiny white baseball, right up the middle for a hit, and I would round the bag sharply as as a kid and I would clap my hands just like him, and then I would scrunched down my batting helmet on my head, just like him. It was pete rose. That was my guy when I was eleven years old. At that time you know when you were eleven and this is seventy seven. They're coming off back to back world. Championships Pete's hit three hundred every year. He's hitting forty doubles every year. He had a chocolate drink out with his his name on on the drink he was doing commercials. E was everything at that time. And as an eleven year old I want I always remember. I wanted to be number fourteen on all of my teams, but in that day I was always the smallest guy on the team, so I always got like zero or one. Because the way that the number was ago is based on the like the. Larger sizes get the bigger numbers so to rules. When I played I was always in the very front row team pictures, I was always the one who sat like holding the backs crossed in an x like legs folded in the front, because I couldn't so smaller couldn't stand up and always was like zero one for my number, but man everything I did. I did because I watch. Pete rose. He was my guy at eleven years old. Who is yours. One two, three, four, five six lines open, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one and pound seven, hundred on at and T. take me back to the eleven year. Old you in Loveland. Fran who would it be? Well let me give you the year. Yes, yes, eighteen, sixty one. Big. Cincinnati Reds Fan, who might be one oil that would be frank robbins? You got it my man MVP of the year league that year, and then he won the MVP in the near the American league in Sixty, sixty, six unbelievable, and he just had a tremendous career here. He's the guy that you wanted to come up. At the play Clock Situation number twenty. Tremendous rightfielder. He's. Probably, the all time red for me, being a kid back in that era highlighted perfect brand. Thank you for listening. Thanks for the call. Okay Larry aggregrate night. You see Chris ways it on twitter. He says I turned eleven in November of one, thousand, nine, hundred seventy seven right after the big red machine by favorite player was always griffey senior hit ran. Good Defense there you go! That's what I'm looking for. Let me take you back to the eleven year old you. You're running around not whole little league backyard. Ryan Fagan of the sporting news wants the answer to this single simple question. Who is your favorite player? And why? Will Run this. Until the top of the argued, you check on news tomorrow, dot on the show by the way. If you're a cyclones fan, gathering radio, make note of this. Tomorrow is the ten year anniversary of the cyclones winning the last Kelly Cup. Second Time in three years at that point. We will talk with at eight Oh six John Hamill play-by-play voice for the cyclones, and we will talk at eight twenty with Chuck Weber, man, Chuck Weber was one of my favorite interviews and untold I did those chuck is in town, so we'll talk with the play by play voice, and the head coach for the Cincinnati cyclones the Kelly Cup champion cyclones, and it would be. My thoughts may be opened up the phones after that for a segment for. For cyclone flames, fans with with a memory to share of that night ten years ago. Who anybody got anything against celebrating championships in this town and remembering championships will do that tomorrow night and Dave Mile. He's a check in leading off the show at six eight tomorrow night. He sent me a text and I sent him one back after he listened to renew and I said you gotta come on tomorrow night. We'll talk about you. Rick Green and about. Story, so he's in for tomorrow night as well and we're in pursuit of Matthew Modine. Who is in the movie chance? He's the baseball coach, and if I get him on, I'm talking about the movie chance. And then you better believe I'm spending a few minutes talking about vision quest because that may be I think it is my favorite moves from the eighties. Let's check news bottom of the hour. Arnelle carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred wwl. Eight thirty nine seven hundred wwl W Arnelle carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet, annoyance mcallister. Nine o'clock Jerry. Jeff Walker's in I've not seen him, but I'm assuming tonight is part three of his Look back at the tragic a Beverly Hills Supper Club. He had done the first two parts the last two nights. I'm assuming tonight is part three. It'll have another guest find out more. I will certainly pass it along, or you can simply look forward to listening to it unfold from nine to midnight here on seven hundred wliw all right. The question was Simple a tweet. Tweet from Ryan Fagin to the sporting news. Who's your favorite baseball player when you were eleven years old? We've talked before about How at utilites around that age eight? That sweet spot, where something happens in sports in it? It grabs you and holds you and carries you for the rest of your life and I've sent for me. That was like big red machine here at right. SMACK DAB in it in his case I don't know if there's rhyme or reason. Why Pick The AG Levin? Argue because it's it's a tweet. I could turn into a topic and I love tweets. I could turn into topics so I'm asking you to be the eleven year. Old You and tell me who your favorite player is was and and for what reason we had here and this would be Darren. You're on seven hundred WWL W. I'm well. Thanks for calling. Well no problem I'm actually down on the fringe of big red. Machine country down in in the shiprock. Tacky par around Lexington. All right and to you guys. I grew up on the Dick grab. Machine is well. a matter of fact I had a relative who they never the big red machine, although he didn't play very much. Really the yeah, you'd backed up a couple of middle stuff middle infielders who are now in the ranch, all fame and wanted in the. Hall of fame, they, of course he backed up rose at third as well. So do you mind if I ask name? Oh, you know what it's fine. I was GONNA guess. Doug Flynn Love Flam a big Doug Flynn fan yeah. He was yeah. I, told him. You know you you get. That gets rated for a hall of fame. Exactly exactly yeah. I was telling your your your screener that academic any during that Iraq Keeney Ridge. Player on that particular air team. They're banning stanton and they're running style. and. Playing first base I actually really. mimicked a lot of the big doggy. All Tony Paralysis Yeah and my my dad's a little bit like he is, but unfortunately didn't have the power. Very few did very few. But you know, I got to meet a lot of those guys to being that close. Relative on my team so a if you guys as well so it really made my. Youngsters. Day My younger days for much much better and you know, get see those guys who are bigger than life, but they just see the human side of absolutely a other wines. Call! Darren I'm so glad you're listening and thanks for taking the time to call. Hey, no for our guys, I may. Call again so I. Look Forward to enjoy your night all right. Take you all right look. First Time callers easier that if I can do it for three hours, value can do it by phone, so I always invite first time college. Come on, join US jump in. We're just hanging out talking sports. No big deal about Clermont County Jerry you're on seven hundred WWL W. Yeah Hannah there yeah, been listening to you all. For me I'd I'd have been. The weather's been like nineteen fifty seven. Forty six. Yes, but I knew about all the reds player down there, but we'll get. What we wanted to come I can't league out here and took us down across the field to play well after in Cuzco to Chiasso. On like telephone own. That I started. TRYING TO GET A. Ouch without. Cutting ball all. They talk like my payers like Roberson. Wally. A Gus. Roy Magliana Yana and all them, but after old. With them, big arms I like that guy. Good, so that's not all I got my sure. Appreciate your program. You always have a good thing to pick from to go by. Thank you Jerry. Have a great night. He made my night. I like that I like giving you stuff to pick from. Let me go to Waynesville who Michael Jack Let's go. Can you're on seven hundred WWL W. Landho-. Hey I was. Eleven years old and my I was fascinated with. All, Man Philadelphia third. Baseman mad he even though I was a big wrench fan for some reason I had his posters on my wall mad. Or was it was a good fielder and power hitter, and he dome man. Yes and also I mean he's got dating connection. Yes, and also played in the same league with them and eighty six, which was called the shamrock really. Traveling leak, you had to try out one on one with the coach to bring a partner with you whatever position you played with. and. That's how you made the team. How `bout that yes, and I was a pitcher. I tried to be a third baseman, but it didn't work out. But I would pick. Like one year with the camera, but I was so fascinated with Mike Schmidt, growing up as a big beat Roseanne, but also had marks middle my wall, too I, like it can. Thanks have a great night? All right, take care, let's go here. Forest Park! Gary. You're on seven hundred WWL W! Take me back to an eleven year old you. Doing good good. My favorite player when I was eleven years old, my dad took down the old crosby field and he's told me watches kid number fourteen. He's going to be one of the best baseball. Players ever played the game. All Charlie Hustle all. REMEM- remember quickly I don't know if he do but. clubhouse was outside the stadium. Yes, and then you can work your way out to the par-. Parking. So Me, and my dad's stood there and wait for peak to come out ahead. I black white pitcher Pete Rose, and he signed it for me really. Got It still framed in my office today. That is a fantastic story. By the way that was a good game to watch, Pete, he hit he went to. A lot of times they get four four. He had he had. He had one single devils and a triple. You. Man You got to see a big day. You gotTA assign Black and white photo yeah. That was my greatest memory. That's excellent Gary I'm so glad you called tonight. As well, have a great night. All right I can around this out with two more. Money for Mercury on seven hundred WWL W. Thailand. I always been a big fan of the movie the Sandlot Yeah. But when? We were young, nineteen, sixty six. Lived in Clifton time. We'd play baseball now fairview park make our way up to redeem street and to a little market. Get a coke and potato chip. On the upholstery shop steps and right around the corner in the very modest complex Chico Louise. and. I'm trying to think the other reds player that lived there. But they we'd see them regularly, but I remember just going around the corner because we saw him and saying. Hey, you wanNA talk with us. And they didn't. They didn't get I. Guess It's Cincinnati thing tough. People say play pitch, or you know yes, and but I i. do remember him not getting what we were saying, I am, but he did. A couple of pitches, it seemed like twenty or thirty. Of the CAPOS and Then as he was getting into his car, I guess they were going down to the game. This was on the Saturday. It had to be a Saturday 'cause. We wouldn't be out playing ball and and he rubbed my head. That's a perfect story. I'm so glad you already tonight. Thanks for listening. Right when I was a kid Chico Louise Read my head. That's awesome. One More Norwood we go, Mike. You're on seven hundred WWL W. Land Hey. I'll jump on the bandwagon with you. Yeah, I'm the Little Kid. Watching TV with my my dad, my uncle, his brother wasn't a baseball game. I'm playing with my Johnny West my general custer toys. and. Every everyone putting hats on the game they start yelling. Look at the TV. In one particular play. There was a it was a hit a guy round stirred. They start yelling I. Look up the TV and see Pete Rose Bowl into rape bossie. Not all over the place. I've never looked at my dad like who is that Pete? Rose And that's why I became pizzas fan instantly right there. That is excellent I man wanted impression that. that. Oh! My? I. Never image it. Hitting this guys like man who is that? My Dad Pete rose. That is beautiful. That's excellent Mike. Thanks for sharing buddy. Problem have a good night all right? That was good. That was good radicals. I love that well. Head down. The stretch gotTa Hustle wrap it up with on this date. In reds, history ahead Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey, Chevrolet, seven hundred WWL W. and. Let's do a music always cues us to the segment on this date in reds history. Nothing's going on at the moment, so we flash back to the history of the reds I'm going to start in night. Put Out my right leg journal today I'm going to start an eighteen seventy on this date. The Cincinnati Commercial newspaper uses the term reds in reference to the red stockings for the first time about that, let's. Let's get all the way in nineteen sixty nine on this date. Tony clot injure his second to hitter the month. He beats the phillies four to nothing at Connie Mack stadium. Also, this was the season. The reds I used gatorade about that this date nineteen, seventy five. The mets beat the red sixty. Two at Riverfront Stadium Jerry coups would overdone Gullit. You realize the reds record at this point was twenty and twenty. Twenty and twenty. From that point forward, the reds went eighty eight and thirty four the rest of the way they went. What fifty four games over five hundred the rest of the way this state, nineteen eighty-one Doug Barron Remember Doug bear the closer he hit a three run home run of the ninth inning to lead the reds over the cubs at Wrigley Field. The reds won their eighth consecutive game. It was the only home run of Doug Bears fifteen year career. This date in one thousand, nine hundred five Ron Gant five rb is including an RBI single in the tenth to lead the reds past the astros nine two eight at Riverfront Stadium. Let's go to one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, nine, all man. It was this date. The agreement was reached to build the stadium. Great American Ballpark, the site next to synergy and first star in in the whole Broadway. Commons debate. They had decided it would be where it is now. This date nine, hundred, ninety, nine, the state, two, thousand, ten with the reds, leading nine three. With the reds leading ninety three in the ninth inning at Turner, field. The braves score seven runs to stun the reds. BROOKS CONRAD HITS A Walk Off Grand Slam against Coco Cordero. I can close my eyes and Lance. Nick's going back to the wall. He got his glove audit. He hit the wall in the ball went over the wall for a grand. Slam. That was an afternoon game. I'll I will never forget the phone call that on sportstalk. sportstalk and everybody felt about cocoa, and the reds bullpen at that point head lead nine to three, going to the bottom of the night, the rapid to the series they give up seven lose and remember. They flew to Cleveland and we wondered that night. Does this team ever recover from this game well? They did to win the division this day. Two thousand twelve Johnny Koito beat. Sympathy and the Yankees at Yankee Stadium Five to two Lancer Lance Ludwig. I used to play with landslide waking little lake. Ryan Ludwig. We had three hits flashing back to my little league days and homered in that game. All of it happening on this date in reds history all right. That was fun so the doctor tomorrow night looks as follows. Dave, Miley. Former. Internationally Hall of fame, manager and reds manager, a reds, minor league prospect, Dave Miley leads off the show at six o eight I still blown by the fact I'm in the middle of talking with Rick Green about his one and only major league appearance for the reds, and as I'm talking with him I see my phone light up and it is Dave Miley saying hey, tell him I, said hi, so days going to check in tomorrow night at six. Zero eight I want to ask you about Rick Green. And when asked him he played with Eric Davis we talked a lot about 'em, talked with Eric Davis earlier in the. The week when asked him about that and more and in the Eight o'clock hour on the tenth year anniversary of the cyclones winning the Kelly Cup John Hamill the radio Voice, of the time at eight. Oh, five Chuck Weber, their head coach at eight twenty, and if you're a cyclone fan I'll say some room for you after the on the back side of that around eight thirty five, or so with moments and memories of that got a couple of things in the works, their top secret at this point hang tight Jerry Jeff Walker has confirmed part. Three of what's been an outstanding look back at tragic story, but there are so many. Fascinating Story Lines in forts in the road and how that night impacted people's lives. Our could have impacted their lives. If not for other decisions they made. That will follow what the nightcap. Thanks for hanging out tonight. The news is next. It's been Arnaud Carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred WWL W.

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Sports Talk w/ Lance 5/22/20

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Sports Talk w/ Lance 5/22/20

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Now sports talk on seven hundred WWL W. EHRLICH's do this six. Oh nine seven hundred wwl w. it is sports. Talk. The weekend is here. Congratulations. We made it this far. We've got three hours door through tonight capped off by off the beaten path topic coming up in the eight o'clock hour. I sat in a traffic jam today on seventy one north for the first time since mid. March, I actually Kinda liked it for the moment. I don't want to get used to it again. I'd prefer they not happen, but I was kind of reminded of wild. Wild. This is what traffic looks like. We've got headlines then we'll go. We start here after a four-month global search and paring down originalist of over of one hundred candidates. FC Cincinnati introduced Yup stom- as their new head coach today officially, he said he wants dominant system with pressure. GM jarred Nike Camp, confirmed that two time interim head coach Yuan Demet was involved in a hiring process and will remain unstamped staff baseball athletic reports. Major League Baseball will present a new economic economic proposal to the players on Tuesday. With today is Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday before the next proposal is a presented, the clock continues to tick. The reds should be opening a seven game homestand tonight versus the Padres at Great. American ballpark. It would have been game fifty of the regular season tonight. They about that game fifty tonight of the season. NFL News. The steelers put individual tickets on sale today. They also announced. They are holding back fifty percent of their ticket inventory. In case, social distancing is required in the stadium in the fall NBA news former Utah. Utah Jazz Coach in Chicago Bulls player Jerry. Sloan passed away today at the age of seventy eight. He played eleven seasons in the NBA averaging, fourteen point seven, and a half rebounds a game two time all star. He was the first Chicago Boulder have his number retired. He's one of two coaches in NBA history to win. At least one thousand games with one team by the way remarkable stat during his time as coach of the Jazz, there were two hundred and forty five coaching changes around the rest of the NBA wow. Gulf Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady face off against Peyton. Manning and Tiger Woods on Sunday three o'clock. TNT TBS eighteen hole event called the match champions for charity will take place at Metal Golf Club in hope, sound Florida raise money for corona virus relief efforts that subject matter will be part of our off the beaten path coming up in the eight o'clock. Tonight and the NC this afternoon, announcing that voluntary athletic activities are allowed to begin in all Division One sports on June, the first for everything else. You've missed today do this. Go to my blog. You'll find it at seven hundred wwl W dot com on the blog if you missed a actor Matthew. Modine, checking in on sports, talk last night Dave Miley. The former reds manager Doug Flynn the former reds, infielder and reds and bengals stuff. It's all there for you. Take your time. It's waiting at seven hundred WWL DOT com. The blog presented By me each and every day all right, let's do this I. I feel like some baseball topics tonight and I've scrapped Biz original plan like like three different times and I thought now. That's overly complicated as That's like Kinda depressing now. That's going to get people all worked up I. Just WanNa, do some baseball conversation at least for the first hour tonight and I was struck by something Jayson. Stark wrote in the athletic, and it's something I was asked about. I'm going to say a two or three weeks ago by listener. And it came in the form of an email, and and I politely answered an e mail something along the lines of I really wouldn't worry about it one into if it happens. I really wouldn't worry about what everybody else thinks. and. Then Jayson Stark wrote about the very subject today, and got joy vodka to comment on it and Bob Costas to comment on it and others around the game and I said all right. Maybe I mean maybe. I was too quick to dismiss this. Maybe there is something here for some conversation. I'll setup pert one of it and it's this. The Way Sports are going to unfold are going to create a lot of different scenarios, and it's GonNa look differently. We're going to view it differently. We're going to attend sports differently because you're going to be a whole lot different. This question was the one posed by Jayson Stark. What one of two? What if? Say the team. Team ABC winds this world series in an eighty two game season. How will that World Series title be viewed? Will it. will be were the joy of it. Be lessened for for the fans will the validity of it will the credibility of a championship one in an eighty two game baseball season? Be Damaged. He asked it in the form of what if the Indians win their first world series in seventy two years? And Bob Costas a his response was well. You'd hope it doesn't happen this year. That meaning something that special that iconic after seventy two. What happened in a more air quotes here legitimate season. Let me. Ask It in in this form. Because this is the way it was presented to me by the listener. What if the reds win the world series in twenty twenty in a season. That will be reduced to just eighty two games. Does, it lessen the validity credibility. The joy of that joy vodka was asked that question and he answered it for Jason. Start I will give you what he said. Heck I'm going to open up the lines, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one and pound, seven hundred on at and T.. Maybe I did I didn't put enough thought into this to begin with because now there's like legitimate people discussing how this would be viewed. How will you view it? Will Exchange ideas next Arnelle carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred. Six, twenty four seven hundred wwl. wrol carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on Lions mcallister Jayson Stark the national baseball writer for the athletic wrote about it. I was asked a couple of weeks ago by listener. Who who said and I quote I'm worried. If the reds win a world series, we won't get credit for it and I thought. I man I told him I said jeeze things going on I wouldn't worry about that. And some that sometimes I pass on obvious things because I just I don't view anywhere to take it, and I'm not GonNa like make up something just to offer the other side I, don't I don't like to over complicate things because I'm not a very smart man to begin with. Why wouldn't you whoever it is? If the reds the Indians after seventy two years? What the parameters are what the parameters are, and that's eighty two games. In this case, it appears like it's going to be. The reds win a world championship a year. You'd better damn well believe. I'm going to be on fountain. Square celebrating World Championship number. Six Joey votto said in the piece. I feel strongly that any team that wins the world series. Even an abbreviated season will get full credit, and we'll be able to enjoy it. And he said I'll be honest with you. The more I think about winning the world series this year I. Think it's freaking worth more. He said I think it would be even more enjoyable because these championships are associated with cities, so Oh man, he said I think it would be fantastic winning it for your city in a year like this. I think it would be as good as it gets and quote. I love the line from Terry. Francona he said quote. It is what you make of it. If our guys are jumping into pile at the end of the year I, don't give up blank where we play or when we play or who we play. About you five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, big one and pounds seven hundred on at and T. Westchester we go. What do you say, Rong? Around, yeah, what what do you think? What are you saying? Let me frame it to. You have different way of looking at it. What if we have a more aggressive more exciting season? We've ever had 'cause. Everybody's healthy. Yeah I mean my answer would be the same. I mean all the pictures are out here. You're seeing the stats. Come back from the guys that were on injured reserve. They're all healthier. They could be an exciting season. They might find out the shortened season might be better for have problems. Getting fans in the State sees okay well I see what you're going, but Ron. What about my question was? Would it? Would it lessen your enjoyment or the validity or the credibility of it for the team? That wins it this year? No I think it might make it better. Okay Great. I appreciate you checking in. Let's cellphone and Kevin. He was. There is either Kevin. You're on seven hundred WWL W. How you doing last I'm well. Thanks for calling. I after a man with Joey. Votto and you I think that you know given the circumstances that the country's going through and the pressure that Major League baseball space in. To get the season started. That only only a half of the season. That's putting pressure on the players, saying hey, if we WANNA win a championship. We're GONNA. Have to do it and do it. Quicker than we knew he would do it in a regular shaving. Obviously you know you gotTA. Young game so. I think they should get more credit for if they win a championship. Yeah, I mean. Look you raise a great point because what will be done. These circumstances will have never been presented before to any team in the history of baseball going back to the first world series of what nineteen. So, you would be able to say hey, don't look down at only eighty two games. Look at what we went through the hoops and hurdles, we cleared. We were the champions of all that on. A lot of pride attached to that. Yeah, there would be. Have a great weekend. Thank you for checking in on twitter colonel. Nathan are JESSOP is that? Is that a few good men I want you on that? He says. Whatever team wins will have to overcome tremendous difficulties and should be applauded as much if not more than any other championship club, my guy you see Chris ways Zandi says if the reds win a world series in twenty twenty with eighty two games, we have six meaning titles. No asterik ever for no team ever would have dealt with the circumstances. This team would have dealt with. And he listened the words World Championships, including a twenty twenty yeah Terry, Francona told Jayson Stark. That just means we've been better than. Every team we played it for the champions and I've been trying to drive that point home. He said every time I talked to our guys. There may not be crowds. Will there be challenges and concerns? Sure there will, but if we handled them the right way, we'll have fun with it and if we don't. It won't be any fun at all. Would it take a hit in terms of credibility validity the the enjoyment of it with the resounding. No. That would be my answer. If in a perfect world, it's one hundred and sixty two. We're not living in a perfect world on having been since mid-march. The this is where the Tracy Jones line would be applied. It is what it is and of. It's eighty two games, and you're the last team standing when it's all said and done Gimme that trophy. I'll meet you on Fountain Square. Now having said that. The next part of the story from Jayson Stark was this. What if someone pulls a Ted Williams? Any laid out. What if Joey votto word? I hit four hundred this year. How would that be viewed? Joey responded, and you think about it, and then we'll discuss check news are L. carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. Seven hundred W W. Six, thirty eight seven hundred WWL W. it's Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet Carriers Global Transportation Provider visit our LLC dot, com and Kelsey chevrolets open for sales and service. Don't forget a new state of the Art Collision Repair Center coming in July. Twitter is burning up. Thanks for all the input. You can tweet me. ATLANTA mcallister to become involved in the show twitter feed presented by barley corns, they add a grand opening, barley, corns, dining rooms and patios open at all locations, socially distant seating dining rooms at thirty percent capacity right now expanded outdoor seating with additional. Additional space intense right next to the patio. Check out more at barley. CORNS DOT COM, so two questions and the board pick one pick, both and heck join our conversation. Escape relaxed weekends here. No WanNa rant and rave. Let's talk a little baseball Jayson Stark. wrote about it in the athletic and the first question that was on the board was the idea of how a world champion should be viewed in this upcoming, assuming it does actually happened two thousand twenty baseball season and eighty two game schedule would mean what in terms of how we would view the champion. He presented it in the form of what the Cleveland Indians win their. First World Series and seventy two years. Will it be viewed as something that that that is real I? It's legit there's validity behind it. In season that was half aboard a regular baseball. Season will be and I said Terry Francona said if our guys jumping in the pile at the end of the year I, don't give A. A blank where we play when we player who we play, enjoy produce said he thinks it would carry even more credit behind it, because of the circumstances that any team winning the world series this year and eighty-two Games would have to go through I. Am not turning my back on look if we went through six consecutive losing seasons and losing seasons in sixteen in the last one, thousand, nine hundred. I'm not going through thirty years of waiting to get to the point where the Ridgewood winner twenty twenty world championship and say I. Come Back and talk to me win. It's a legitimate season. I'm not doing that. Are you second question? Though and this is what this is the beauty of the piece by Jayson Stark. I interested in where you fall on part one and then what you do with Park to. He says what if somebody pulls a Ted Williams this year? Suppose Joey votto. He writes hits four hundred over eighty two games this year. That's something that no player has done since Ted Williams in nineteen forty one now. According to the rules of baseball vodka technically would be the first four hundred hitter since Ted Williams. Because, you're batting. Title is determined on number of games played times. What three point one plate appearances per game to qualify for the batting title? Joey. votto would ask by Jayson Stark said and I quote. No, no, no, no, no five knows in his answer. Bado said I. think that Fans Baseball Fans. The general public are really intelligent. And they're capable of discerning between one achievement and the next. Now Joey votto hit four hundred. For an eighty eight game stretch that ended the red season in two thousand sixteen over the reds, last eighty-eight Games, vodka hit four hundred until Jayson, stark quote, the best stretch of hitting in my career. But Joey told Jayson Stark. If I were to do it I would be very happy with it, but that's my favorite part of the sport. That's my favorite part of my job. It's performing and leaving the story and weaving the context to others I love how people get to tell it themselves. It's honestly my favorite perk meaning. He would do it. It will be then up to fans to discern what happened and what it means. Steve hurt the baseball statistician in reference to that, said the way you look at four hundred is. It's much harder to do over an entire season. It's much harder to do over one hundred and fifty four game season is Ted Williams data, or over one hundred and sixty two that it would be over eighty two, not to say for a moment that would be easy or irrelevant to do it for eighty two games, it would certainly be relevant and interesting, but would it be exactly the same as Williams? No. Because as you know, the shorter, the span, the better, the chance to have an extreme performance, I would agree with him. It would be a remarkable accomplishment, but I do not believe anybody would view it. As Joey votto being the first hitter since Ted Williams in nineteen, forty, one to hit four, hundred, one, two, three, four, five lines, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one and pounds seven hundred on at and T. Japan here with US Oakley. We go, Dave. You're on seven hundred WWL W. How's IT gone? I'm on Eerie Avenue. Doing a try five. My daughter's graduation a car. Thing You know what in the nineteen seventy world series I I took a heartbreak when we got clobbered by Baltimore, a great seven game series and seventy two against the as a great great world series against Boston to sweets, after that I was jacked up on fall of them and I would be jacked up again if the red we're in it, and as far as Bado hit four hundred. What did you say to two hundred eighty eight game three point one? That's right around two hundred sixty a fact that he plays all of them, and he hit four, hundred or two hundred and fifty back. He's got my respect. There's no doubt about dad. Hey, send my best to your daughter. Senator Mike. Congrats all right. Thank you so much. Thank you for the call. Yeah, let's do the math here. It's eighty two to qualify for the batting title. It's the number of games in a season times three point one plate appearances I. I'm pretty sure and that, so that's that's two, and that's eight zero, and that's a six there and twenty four. That's a two four and carry the one. But their math on the radio live with Lance mcallister, that's two hundred and fifty four plate appearances to qualify for the title that means if someone who who hit more than that, but only had two hundred plate appearances. They wouldn't qualify to beat out. But in context of history I view it differently I. Think most would I think there's team in teams. Would all be competing well as I say this I can think of the counter, but I was GONNA say teams would all be competing in the same games? It'd be eighty two game window for everybody in the world series debate as as Terry Francona references. Hey, everybody has eighty two games the last one. One standing is the winner you could argue. Everybody would have the same eighty two games to accumulate their batting average. Why would it be well? It wouldn't be different in terms of who won the batting title. It would be different viewed in terms of if it was the accomplishment of hitting four hundred for the first time since one, thousand, nine, hundred eighty. What is how I would view it? You would certainly had. Everybody would would have the same chance to win the batting title for Eighty Two gapes. And, whoever, at the end had the highest batting average would be your batting champion for eighty two games, but the difference would be historically looking at it in the context of Ted Williams and a four hundred batting average in eighty two games to me. That's that's. A whole nother story. That's not in the same conversation. May. There have been guys you go back to what ninety four th strike season. When the strike hit Tony Gwynn was hitting three ninety four. George Brett back in eighty George. Brent went into September batting four hundred. He finished at three ninety. Todd Helton in two thousand went into. A hitting four hundred, a Jon Ola route back in ninety three. To August hitting four hundred, they fell short of the four hundred mark I would not consider Joey vetoes four hundred this year to be Ted Williams, four hundred in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, one, so we've got two things in the board. Love for you to weigh in on this at five, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, eight, hundred, the big one and pound, seven hundred on at and T. coming up at seven hundred five. If you're a Bengals Fan, I'm I'M GONNA. Go in search of you I'm GonNa, need your reaction to something because the athletic point, two topics that that's why I love the Athletic Jay Morrison did a fan survey through the athletic for the last couple of weeks. The results of the survey and how Bengals fans specifically view this team now haw man. I think there are at least three or four questions that we're asking answered. That are worthy of your consideration. At Seven, Oh, five. We'll do that head bill a little bit more on a world championship in an eighty two game season, and chasing the splendid splinter and four hundred in an eighty two game season as we continue it six forty eight. Thanks for being here tonight. It's Friday, Arnaud Carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred WWL W. Six fifty, four seven hundred wwl W. carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet Mike on Twitter, ATLANTA mcallister says I would proudly wear a world series championship cap and sweatshirt in answering the question. If the reds won the world series, you think and I have said yeah, but it won't be accepted by everybody else in baseball I. Honestly I don't care what everybody else in Bay do you think? Do you think dodger fans care how the rest of? Of the world looks at their nineteen eighty one world championship in a strike season. What a fifty fifty one day! STRIKE THE SPLIT SEASON Some teams wound up playing one hundred ten some teams WanNa play one hundred seven. Do you think dodger fans care how the rest of baseball views? The World Championship in one, thousand, nine, hundred, one, a six game world series win over the Yankees I wouldn't think so I would not if it were me. A championship. Every all the teams played that season they played under the parameters set by major, League Baseball, and they were the last team standing. I wouldn't sweat. What anybody else thinks have? Of Your team at that point, four Thomas we go, what do you say Bob? Hey doing landed. On the phone, thank you pay. That four hundred for half a season would be an accomplishment in self, but let me ask you a question. Would there be Patrick in the record books that it was a half a season due to the Kobe crisis in that polar kind of stuff right now from what I read in the peace. One of the baseball historian said there would not be, it would be more or less left up to. An interpretation of people looking at the I think the way he explained it was those who know baseball. Who would look that would recognize the twenty twenty. There were unusual circumstances, and it was four hundred in an unusual year. I would not be an asterik place next to it to explain that seat like there is not a In the record books for Nineteen, Ninety Four. There's not an Asterik that says season was not completed. Because, they'll strike so ever. Okay. Okay, we'll all I'm saying on baseball. You and me both. Hey, have a great weekend. Thank you, thank you. Let's go to Tony on seven hundred wwl. WWL's say Tony. Not Lot thing I know. I have to add to this if they should put after. To anything I mean as far as what's happened the last couple years in the world series. yes, reds win it and they still science to do it. Yeah. Yeah. You're talking about the Astros. And even you know even the Red Sox as far as their record. It's. It's crap and nobody's doing anything I. Mean Yeah, they've been punished, but their names still going to be on the wall somewhere. Unfortunately, it will hey tony. applegate weekend, Buddy. Shake you Check it in now. When we turned the corner into this seven o'clock hour, I am seeking specifically specifically a bengals fan, maybe a couple of bengals fans. Jay Morrison has done a series for the athletic. A FAN survey and they athletic has done this four teams in each city. The the professional teams college teams, and Jay was in charge of the athletic fans survey about the Bengals in about perception of the bengals confidence. You have in the front office. What you think of the Game Day experience what you would like to see next. If you believe they'll win a playoff game in the next three years, a long list I have pulled out some and the results are. I pulled out some of those questions and answers that caught my eye. So when we come back, I'm going to read some of those questions and give you the results. What I would like is to get your reaction as Bengals Fan, because this was specifically for those who subscribe to the athletic, and I would think that are specifically bengals fans who who reacted to it we often hear, and I'm always MOE's struck by the people i. hear from who will say something about the Bengals who aren't fans of the banks. Is Fly your Burghley within your right to do that, but what? I'm curious of this survey, it was done for Bengals fans, and I was struck by how the perception of this organization has changed so rapidly I'll give you an example of some of the questions that were asked. What is your realistic expectation for this upcoming bengals season? Another question. How confident are you about? The bengals organization moving forward. I'll give you a sneak preview on that one. And it was one through five one being. Oh, not much five. Being I'm really confident. Seventy five percent of the voters in the survey. Chose four or five on a scale of one to five about the confidence. They now have in the organization moving forward. One of the questions in the survey. Do you believe the Bengals will win a playoff game in the next three years? Over eighty percent said yes, when we come back a couple more of those questions and answers, and then if you consider yourself a Bengal Fan, it would like to be a part of this survey I will save a line for you, but let's check news I Arnau carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet at seven hundred. WWL W. The following takes place between seven PM and eight PM. All right here we go seven, zero, nine seven hundred wwl w our to unfolding. It's Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet I'm Lance. McAlister. Thanks for being here. You made it this far. the weekend is here. Congratulations hang out for a while. Sterling I do believe is in at nine. He'll take you nine to midnight. When from now we've got an off the beaten path topic. I think we can have some fun with We're going into the. The archives for it was recommended by listener. I looked it up. We did it in January of two thousand eighteen so I usually like to at least let. A year passed between off the beaten path repeats. This one's beyond that and I remember. We had fun with it that night. So are they going to have some fun with it tonight? This topic setup our number two I admit hesitation in in bringing it up because it's it's reliant on you. Reacting to it. So I gave myself a little bit open I. Find It fascinating. I don't know if you're going to find it as fascinating as I do in this target, specifically, bengals fans, so if you are a fan, listen closely and then i. I'd appreciate your reaction to this survey. The athletic did it j Morrison. It is published today. The ATHLETIC DOT COM here's a couple of minutes probably I don't know thirty questions. Here's a couple of things that jumped out in. It clearly paints a picture of. Just how much momentum the organization has created in one offseason. It feels like to and fourteen was longer than just back to December. With what they have done in free agency, a spending more money than any off season in the history of the franchise whether what they did in the draft Joe Borough with how they handle the draft adapting to. The new way of drafting and what the coaches were asked to do. All of that that has taken place has created a groundswell of momentum for a football team that when we last watched him was two and fourteen. I'll give an example couple of questions in the survey. What is your realistic expectation for this team in twenty twenty? Fifty one percent, the majority fifty one percent, said, finishing around five hundred. Missing the playoffs. So to win team. The majority said would finish around five, hundred, seven, six or seven wins, but missed well miss the playoffs that seven or eight right right around there. But missed the playoffs. Twenty nine percent next in the line, said Vegas is right to win six. But fifty one percent said. Around hundred men, but missed the playoffs. How confident are you? The organization is moving in the right direction. On a scale of one to five. One being lacking confidence five being believe in them. seventy-five percent voting in the survey picked four or five. Now think of that statement. Being made an organization and went to and Fourteen with a new coaching staff in one off. Season now has seventy five percent of the people voting in the survey, picking the two highest levels of confidence in the organization. Forty eight percent chose four twenty-seven percent shows five three out of every four voting had. Confidence now in this organization. How about this one? Do you believe the Bengals will win a playoff game in the next three years? Eighty one and a half percent. Said yes. The last playoff win as you know, was the ninety season. MONTHS REMOVED FROM A to win season. Eighty one and a half percent say they believe. This team went to playoff game in the next three years. while. And then there's this one. which if you're the bengals? It's gotTa stop you in your tracks, and as much as we've now laid out three scenarios of momentum being built. What do you make of this answer? And this is why I say. This is reliant on you answering as Bengals Fan. Fourth Question. Do you believe the organization respects and values you as a fan. Do you believe the organization respects and values you as a fan. Sixty five and a half percent. No. Let me open up the lines on that five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one pound seven hundred on at and T. helped me understand this because I find this fascinating. Expectations around five hundred just missed the playoffs moving in the right direction absolutely. Playoff win and the next three years most certainly. Do you think the organization respects and values you. Let's talk about that. Let me. Give you another one here. And we'll do more this in the next segment. This is related to things they do with the Game Day experience. How about this one? which would you like most from the bengals organization and the choices were. More photos around the stadium changing the seek colors. Better or more videos, boards and TV's in the stadium. A. Hall of Fame Ring of honor. Sixty seven percent. said they would most like a ring of honor how? Would you attend a bengals fest similar to a reds fest now I found this interesting. Had I not seen the results I would have guessed. I would've guessed close to one hundred percent. Because I! Know How much it's been talked about over the years and complained about over the years. The disconnect between the organization. And the FAN base. Only. Sixty three percent said yes. Sixty three percent said they would attend a bengals fest. That's what one two three four five. I put six of the questions on the board. Now now again is often the case. Those who don't like the bengals and aren't fans of the bengals find their way into surveys like this. I'm looking for a Bengals Fan. Who can give me legitimate reaction to those numbers along with an explanation? As we continue our L., carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred WWL W. Seven, twenty-three seven hundred wwl, W. It's hard. L. Carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey, Chevrolet I'm Lance McAlister excellent baseball conversation and our number one. We've jumped into some bengals conversation at our number two and off the beaten path topic in our number three by the way. I mentioned this in the headlines Earlier, the steelers today announced in their single game. Tickets went on sale. steelers announced they are holding back a portion of their ticket inventory for the season to be ready. In case, social distancing measures are required. In the stadium Heinz field this fall team spokesman said the club withheld fifty percent of their allotment of single game tickets as a proactive measure, should the NFL you social distancing guidelines all right? Let's jump into this and your reaction to the The survey that is out today in the athletic of Bengal. Fans about how they feel about the team how they feel about the organization the direction the Game Day experience you name it. Let's go to Fairfield and Tom. You were on seven hundred wwl W.. Yes. They I think that for years and years of Mr Q. and they've got a real opportunity with enthusiasm that you brought up. They need to pick a couple of pains like maybe the dance. Or someone like that. where the bengals could wear their throwback uniforms, and The visiting team they're. Just making the jazz all they would really have to do is just change ailments, and even if they didn't the old style, bengals uniforms the black jerseys and the white fans. would bring it back. a lot of the older ticket holders of talking about the good old days with when they did the Super Bowl and a lot of the younger players who aren't aware of that. would realize that if you said the name of Greg Cook. It wasn't somebody on the food channel. And they really need to recognize. That and causing A. And because. It's my belief. That a spectator will set and watch that team a throwback jerseys, regardless of what the score is, and whether they win or lose it'll. That interest right Tom Thank you for the call safe this weekend. I appreciate check in I. That's obviously a hot button. I don't know that fans. I don't know if this team was two in fourteen in throwbacks, people would have been okay. It's cool, but because I get to watch him in throwbacks, but I get his point, it would it would just. Just it would be change. It would be an image. Change the the whole uniform changing it. It's about a two year process you have to submit for approval. And then Nike has to go through go through the various proposals, and it has to be approved. It's not something you can do in off. Season is my understanding. It usually takes at least two. Yet man had you. Had you started the wheels turning? When you moved on for Marvan, you'd be in the range this year to roll those out in wild about the momentum of rolling out New Jersey's with a new era of Joe, borough, but that's just me. I was also surprised in this survey. The Game Day experience wound up as high as it did. How would you rate the Game Day experience at Paul? Brown stadium scale of one to five. The majority winner over fifty percent of the vote, said three. I from what I from what most tell me they find the game day experience closer to a one or two that it's drab sin color seeds, not much energy, not much excitement, not much in the state in the even tells you. You're in a Bengal stadium, so I'm surprised that the majority had the experiences high as three on a scale of one to five to the phones about. School here Ed. You're on seven hundred WWL W I noted good. Yeah, I think After last season I think the I'll I hope I'm wrong, but I think the bigger issue concentrated on China. pickup. Somebody's a top notch. I feel so coordinator and make them and make goes. Really for coordinators turned into great head coaches. And instead of Dahlie money into this quarterback. I think they should concentrate on on that. You know. Go to somebody's fearless somebody's property. Somebody like I'm Philly, Philadelphia, or do we may are going after somebody team like that a coordinator and make you know the head coach, and then they will be worried about. I'll be there I. don't think they will be worried about had to worry. The. quarterback? And I certainly appreciate that. Thank you for the call, but they did get a quarterback and they didn't get an offensive coordinator, so there's really nothing anybody can do about that at that point so I'm not sure how that fits in with where we're headed ahead, but I. I certainly understand your frustration of that, but we've been there done that and that has been taking care of pleasant Ridge. Matt you're on seven hundred WWL W. When you're talking about the honor and and Things like that and Bengals fast about took over pinky and. So. at some point, eighty bengals I'm not really sure why. But ice like you know. Something that come up. Like Oh. Wow so I said to him. Hey, you need to have a hall. Whoever replied and I'm not sure name attached to it said well. There's things like that. That are in the works. And I was. Kinda surprised so I. Don't know. Who it was or what they got up their sleep, but they you know they say that you to be patient. Something like that is is coming down. The line and So? A lot of fans you know. Enthusiasm to the game early English fans. Mad To me, it adds a sense of pride that they have. There are reasons to be very prideful as Bengals Fan. They've gone a two super bowls. They've got the greatest offense lime in the history of the franchise, and yet they don't put that on display for fans feel right in and I've never understood why. Maybe they're looking at the part where they lost, but I mean yeah I, mean it. It takes a lot to get to the Super Bowl. I mean if it were that easy. Mean Heck I'd be. Very weekend all right, thank you. I want to get more into this game day. Experience One of the questions was. What would you like to see change? With the game, day experience and the other question was. What's your biggest reason for not going to Paul? Brown stadium. That is we continue five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one pound, seven, hundred on at and T. Line Open for you are no carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet, seven hundred WWL W. Seven eight seven hundred wwl wrol carrier sportstalk presented by Kill C. Chevrolet thanks for being a part of the show today I. Forget if you ever miss the show missing interview specifically through the iheartradio APP, which is free to download or through seven hundred wwl W dot com on the podcast window, little drop down. Just click on my name. You can listen to on your time this weekend. Eric Davis. Who Join me? Me this week former reds manager Dave Miley we talked with Reds Cup of Coffee Pitcher Rick Grain who got one appearance in the major leagues and that was it. He was excellent talk with John, Hamill, the former voice of the cyclones in coach, Chuck Weber last night on the ten year anniversary of the clones winning the Kelly Cup talked with Pat Brennan of the inquire about FC. Cincinnati is new coach. Eric Cook Cook Sporting goods about the Jober Borough Jersey mania sweeping the tri-state Tom Nichols from the Dayton. Dragons had minor league tales. Forest, Sky Gugans Talk See. Baseball Matthew Modine my favorite while. Don't tell anybody else. I interviewed the I said this but matthew. Modine clearly was my favorite interview of the week the one time star vision quest and the actor who is in a chance which is debut in this weekend at Amelia at Starlight, theatre tonight, tomorrow and Sunday. That interview is all in podcast form through the iheartradio, APP, and at seven hundred wwl W dot com. Oh, quickly the the browns have come up with something that I like. As part of the all in challenge. We've talked about this the all in challenge. The owner of fanatics created this site to raise money. For meals on wheels, no kid hungry America's Food Fund. You name it so far. They all in challenge has raised nearly forty six million dollars. It's about experiences being offered by teams and athletes that you can bid on for the experience or buy raffle tickets to to get a shot to win the experience. The Cleveland Browns one winner. Get this. The browns are offering the opportunity for two people to help script the first fifteen offensive plays of. Of A preseason game, one winner will be determined by auction. The other from a Raffle browns coach Kevin Stefanski will invite both winners to help him in the offensive coordinator, Alex van script, the first fifteen plays of a preseason game, the winner as well as a guest of the auction winner will also be invited to a team dinner and t meeting the night before the game through the tunnel, players receive pregame sidelined passes. I love that. I need to go back and check because the last I saw. Only FC Cincinnati Amongst Cincinnati teams has contributed something to. The all in challenge I did not see when we talked about this. The reds had not offered up experience, nor had the Bengals or UC or Xavier. FC Cincinnati offering a major package surrounding the the open to the new stadium and the first game and and whatnot, but. The. What's all in challenge? Are you can you can buy? You can bid on a box seats at a dodger game with a of Milano How much of those raffle tickets? Yeah I don't care who the dodgers are playing at that point. I don't care if they play could be content to sit through a rain delay. Los Angeles. Never rains there, but who am I going to be? The one to be choosy, when listen Milano, all right? Let's go back to the phones. Five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, hundred, the big one and pound, seven hundred on at and t. how `bout let's go here and a you are on seven hundred wwl w. Towery, sir, I am well. Thank you for calling. Thank you for having me. I will choose the ring of honor, and there's other categories that I have. Things to say about I'll wait on that, but as far as for me, the fact is when you don't have things like I don't have a statue of as you mentioned earlier, the greatest offensive, and maybe in the history of the game alone the bengals and you don't have a ring honor. You don't respect yourself and you don't respect the history of your team and believe it or not. There is a lot of good histories that people fail to to remember that and I think that you know you got your Father Paul Brown. Who was just you know this? The quarantine was announced as the greatest innovator in football history. His name is on the stadium. which is Great. You tell me you don't have a statue. For Him as well that drives me crazy so to me when the fan base scores the respect us low, that makes sense to me because I don't think they'll show respect for us until they respect themselves. Yeah, and once they respect themselves in the history of the game. you know then I. Think things turned around? I think the scores as far as yeah. It's exciting that they what what they did in the off season I. I get borough and I think they had the draft. So there's a lot of potential there, which is which is great, but it took a long time, and it took bands truly to stop going to the game before they decide well. Maybe we should do something so until they respect themselves. They won't get the respect enough from the fans as an organization, but we'll still root the team on that is very well, said Andy Gray weekend. Thank you I I think we can springboard off of that because that's. That's the thing that jumped out to me for all the momentum that's been created for that answer to be at sixty five percents that you don't feel the organization respects and values you. There is that sense that look if you valued us me US as fans. We wouldn't have to keep talking about things we want from the organization in terms of. Things to be proud about a ring of honor, a celebration, a recognition of guys things in the stadium that when you walk in, give a better indication you're. You're walking into a place of bengals history, and that respects the history I. Know Paul Brown was it was never a showman? Opposite of that, but man you have Paul Brown representing your organization. There should be on that concourse somewhere in some way shape or form, there should be like a like a field laid out like mapped out in on that field statues should go the first statue Paul, Brown and that statue should be placed on I'm talking one hundred yard field like a mini tight field, but Paul Brown should. Should be on the sideline of that field in on that feel there will be notes and designations on the field of worth things happened in the history of the franchise where a play happened in the next will be Anthony Moon. News in his statue would go out on the field at the offensive line, and eventually the next statue would be Kenny Anderson in his statue would go behind. Anthony Munoz imagine what it would feel like walking through that. If, you've ever been to the Reds Hall of fame that area with the at the celebration, after the final out of seventy five world series when when the great eight and even will mcenaney. They're all running together. I know how cool that is to walk in and around that. Think of how cool it would be to walk in and around like a mini field that honors the history of Bengals football where the statues wind up in those statues have notes in and stats and. You can walk around in you can. You can take your kids and say hey, look at this and this guy was. Just those things it just drives me nuts, because I speak with such a passion for the history of that franchise and the census from the organization. It's like. What what are we talking about and I don't know how. You don't get excited about that I. Don't know I've always you know? What are we say with what I do? If I'm not excited about what I'm talking about? Why would anybody be excited to listen to me well if the bengals earn excited and proud of their franchise's existence with Paul Brown, Anthony Munoz and Kenny. Anderson boomers size in one an MVP if they're not proud. Then? It's an ask to get your fans to understand. Feel proud on their own. You should be saying to your. What are the reds do so well? They say look what we have. We have the big red machine we have. The wire-to-wire. Reds were bringing him back. Come meet them. Come hang out with them. Come celebrate them, look. We're going to hang a number up here and retire it look. We're going to put this statute. The reds are saying look at our history. We are proud of what we represent. When the Bengals don't do that, you're left to feel as part of the sixty five point five percent that they feel like they just opened up the stadium and if you WANNA come in come in, and you don't WanNa come in, don't come in, and eventually if so fewer coming in then I guess we'll changes at organization and hire a new coach. That that to me is the definition of that question respect in value, not feeling the respect and value is the sense of nothing happens until you actually then stopped going. Stop caring. Stop paying attention. Nobody should be forced into a position where they have to stop going. Stop caring. Stop talking about him to force the organization to do something. I think I've just encapsulated I think that is the quote of the sixty five point five percent, who said they don't feel respected and valued by the organization. If they were respected and value, the organization would take you by the hand and say come look at our hall of fame. Come, walk around this hall of fame. Look at this and and look at this. Look up there at our ring of honor. And it just that's the aspect that just drives me crazy. All worked UP WHEN WE CONTINUE JIM and Steve and you. If you have a thought at five point, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one and pound, seven, hundred on at and T., this is sports. Talk Seven hundred W W. Up On eight o'clock, that's news, I'm in about four and a half minutes I'm lance callister. It's no carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet wrapping up our to look at the survey released today by the athletic survey taken by Bengals fans. A couple of things a couple of the things that jumped out. What would you like sea change in the Game Day experience fifty eight percent, said better team see I I've never understood including that in your choices. I I think that should be implied. That's assumed you want a better team when you ask about the Game Day. Experiences should be everything else after having a good team. So the next thing on the list was better fan engagement in terms of music, videos and energy followed by I'm surprised followed by lower food, beer and ticket prices I would have thought that ranked higher than fan engagement, music, videos and energy in the stadium I thought people are mostly concerned about the ticket prices, the price of a beer and and the food offered. Biggest reason for not going to a bengals game, thirty six percent say the home experience is better. I would have figured that to be much higher. Twenty four percent, said the cost of tickets. twenty-three percent said because the team stinks. That's according to the survey Which would you like? Most? Sixty seven percent said Hall of fame and Ring of honor, twelve percent photos around the stadium eleven percent colored seats, ten percent, better and more video boards the one that jumped out to me. How much do you care if the team builds an indoor practice facility scale of one to five, one being five, being used yeah? Five only got thirty percent. Only thirty percent attached the most significance on a scale of one to five to joining the arms race of practically everybody else in the NFL I don't understand why. That's why I've never understood about the argument. Forget about what they WANNA do, or if they should everybody else, does it therefore you should. Go back to the phone. Let's see here Dayton. And then a couple of other spots may be Steve you're on seven hundred WWL W. Hi, how are you? I'm well. Thanks for calling well being Memorial Day weekend and looking back. I appreciate about the staff. He's in the ring of honor and all that. But that's something for me. I would walk through once and been there done that, but the teacher not like I'm did through every game and be made. So. What's something that could be do every day in an idea i? Have I just twenty us down there? I got called down to cook no goal. So that's one thing that could be cool. People got to their ticket. Number gets called. It gets to go kick a field goal and win a free ticket or something. You, what was that during a game daylight during a time out or something I could have been a high school or something, but I got to go on on the in on riverfront. Kick, field goal. Okay the other thing that I would like to see as we look forward. Is. It's about time that the NFL do a couple of things I need to fix the Super Bowl. Make Saturday instead of Sunday. Let's focus on the bengals. Well that part of it and the Bengals have a spot in that and the other thing I'd like to see including the bengals. Indianapolis being moved into our division, Baltimore, thing move and Miami being moved okay I. Appreciate Your Call, thank you a little bit string out of the equation and what our topic is, but I get that two things to wrap it up from the survey, and they will turn into the the off the beaten path topic. Do you want to see Andy? Don't win a super bowl. Now my my initial thought would be. Why wouldn't you want a nice guy like Andy Dalton win a super bowl I? I guess you could argue it will not at the expense of the bengals winning. Only I think only only sixty four percent, said yes. I'd to see Andy Dalton win a Super Bowl I. Love to see anyone a super bowl the other one. Do you turn down your TV to listen to Dan and lap? Forty one and a half percent said yes now. I know the problem with that the delay. This is where I insert my reminder. The Sports Sink Radio that I purchased is the single greatest purchase I've made in the last. Year plus it cost. I'm going to say was forty nine dollars. You can find them online sports sink. It's a regular radio. It works like any other radio and your house. It picks up all the stations any other radio. The House would pick up and it has buttons that allows you to match it up to the TV. You can I mean I. Don't know why Anybody WanNa. Listen to the national broadcasters. Talk about the Bengals when you can hear Dan lap talk about the Bengals, because they certainly no more, but the problem is the delay in the you know. It's a seven second delay. You have buttons on the radio that allows you to add or subtract to match it up perfectly, so you can completely turn the sound off the TV and is Dan Hoard says. Joe Borough drops to pass. You are watching Joe. Borough dropped a pass. Not Joe Borough dropping to pass and Dan? Saying borough calls out the signals. Because there's a delay sport sink radio, you'll thank me later. In the eight o'clock hour I'm fired up. We're going to revisit from January of two thousand eighteen, I. think it was off the beaten path topic suggested by Rick Fort Thomas I think we can have some fun with it. I liked the tie in I was like something in the current events, it ties to the topic and he has certainly done that well up presented to you after we check news Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred WWL W. The following takes place between eight PM nine PM. Let's keep. It looks finish strong one hour to get it done the things to stirling with his own brand of mayhem and madness and fun from nine to midnight tonight. Thanks for hanging out in the first two hours to I love the reds conversation in the first hour. I very much enjoyed the input on the bengals conversation. In the second hour we reserve our number three on Friday nights for the off the beaten path topic might theory is nobody wants to end the week ranting and raving and screaming, and honestly that's been my theory for the last ten weeks of doing this show 'cause after everything you're dealing with during the day who wants to rave when it comes to six. Six o'clock so try to have some stuff. We have some fun with in the off. The beaten path certainly leads us into that and I love when you make recommendations, this comes from Rick and Fort. Thomas I actually I floated I set up the trial balloon off the beaten path topic earlier today and it went, and it was related to food, and the reopening of all the restaurants around here in my idea was Kinda put together like a sports talk reopening menu, and I was going to have people recommend like hey I know a filling the like a burger or a steak or a Taco. If you're getting out with the reopening, you should go and that went nowhere I mean. Forget the trial balloon. It was like a lead balloon. Went nowhere, and I said all right well. I had much more much higher expectations for that, but it did not work, so I'm not going to force it. I bailed on it and then Rick Womb. Slides in with an email and How about this for the off the beaten path topic? He said you did it before and I looked it up. It was January twenty eighteen I remember why we did it. Because a book had come out called the last pass I looked it up. cousy, Russell, the Celtics and what matters in the end and that book was about bill, Russell and Bob cousy being considered perhaps the greatest pair of teammates in NBA history. And so rick idea was. Let's revisit that he said recently atom bomb of the Inquirer wrote about Joe Sundermann and Byron Larkin, and twenty two years together behind the MIC on Xavier. Games, he said this weekend. It's Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady as one pairing against peyton manning and Tiger Woods as the pairing in the Gulf match, and he said the last dance. Dance has focused on Scotty and Michael in the most recent one added Stockton Malone. He said lands. You need to revisit your best Duos Pairings in sports music TV, movies, food and I remember the night. We did this in January of two thousand eighteen, because it sprayed all fields it just I lost all control of it because people were were making up. To put pairings in fact at one point I, remember we had we had the condiment category and the caller said salt and pepper, and like our I've lost complete control of the topic, but that's the fun in doing the the off the beaten path topic, so I asked you to pick your category in pick your nomination as the best duo or pairing in a category like for example food, clearly, the number, one duo and food is Burger and fries. I am I right or I. It's it's simple. It's traditional it. It goes together. It's it just it fits food. Perry who'd Pairing, duo, Burger and fries, you can never go wrong with Burger and fries so I would offer up Burger and fries. TV. I'll go old school i. don't want to I'll stay away from more of the new school. In thought you may come up with similar. I'm going to go old school. I'm going to go skipper and Gilligan. How about that my TV duo? Skipper Gilligan from Gilligan's island. Movie I could go old old school, but I'm going to go. Just old school I'm going to go maverick and goose. From Top Gun I, feel the need. The need for speed. the radio category. I can take care of Mardi Joe Thank you. Cartoon category I would offer up. I'd offer up Tom and Jerry. Oh no wait a minute. Oh No! I'll stick with Tom and Jerry. Row are good another. No, I'm going to stick with Tom and Jerry. Music. my my initial thought on music is this closes the category with this one. If it's good enough to stand alone, it closes the category I think Lennon McCartney. I'm going to go with that and challenge you to open up that door and replace him with somebody. Lennon McCartney and the NBA one was Russell. Russell and cousy for their pairing, if I with the other sports of Baseball would obviously be Ruth and GEHRIG. No greater duo in the history of baseball, you could argue that do the greatest duo in the history of sports team sports combined, but go for the baseball category. Garagan Ruth. For the NFL I would go. Montana Rice Or young and raise. Now Montana Rice I'll go with the first pairing on Tannen Rice. we've got cousy and Russell. Maybe we could do some of the local teams as well, but you. You get the idea I don't want to give give all of them away, but start working on that one. If it works then we will applaud Rick and Fort Thomas, doesn't then he's in big trouble because he is offered. I know, it worked before it worked in January of two thousand eighteen. Because I remember this I got in the car that night. This is how I remember. This topic worked well I got in the car that night and my mom called my mom call from Marietta Georgia, and she said well. You forgot liver and onions and. I'm like what? El- what she says. How could you not put liver and onions in the food category for Pairings and Duos? And I said all right. I'll write down. I don't like liver and onions, but you're. My Mom saw right down liver and onions. You need a phone line. Five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one pound, seven, hundred on at and T. that's that's at least ten different categories. Give me your pairing or duo that leads the category that'll be off the beaten path topic. Let's get to it. Next sports talk seven hundred WWL W. Welcome back eight twenty, one seven hundred wwl, wrol, carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey. Chevrolet Arnelle carriers your global transportation provider visit our LLC DOT COM and Kelsey Chevrolet Open for sales and service with a new state of the Art Collision Repair Center coming in July shout out to Matt who says there's nothing who tweets barley corns presents the twitter feed. Thank you who tweets nothing like sitting on my back deck, and Beautiful Green Bay Wisconsin and listening to Lance mcallister and catching up on Cincinnati Sports misse-misse skyline. Thank you matt for following. Thank you for listening Tyler makes a very good point. He says did I. Just hear you mentioned a TV duo, and you did not mention Jack Bauer and Chloe O'Brian. Lance you've changed. I'd like to resend goose and Maverick. Well knowing that. That was my duo was. skippering, okay all right, I'm taking skipper and Gilligan out I'm putting. Jack Bauer out of time. Give me this matic's. Jack. Bauer and Chloe O'Brian for the best TV duo on email hockey duo. Austin, thank you Gretzky and Messi A. I have every line open, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one and pound seven hundred on at and T. I don't know which to put this in which the maybe this is its own category off email, coffee and cigarettes. I don't even know what to do with coffee and cigarettes is a category. Tony. Tony offers up a weather category, thunder and lightning. Why to okay nonsense I need you to focus on the task at hand. Drink. I'll go vodka and red bull. Actually, I did that for a stretch in. That wasn't the best for me. I Richard Dick of Dick. Kentucky. Sports cafe got me started years ago on vodka and red bull. I think I drank vodka and red bull entire trip to Wrigley, and back they pabst express one here. It has been a long time since I've had vodka and red bull. Food Challenged Burger and fries. Rick offers up peanut butter and Jelly. I appreciate the old school. It's a duo. Give me an all go. I'll go off the board every to offer a peanut butter and Jelly Sandwich, but it's not going to replace the traditional Burger and fries TV Michael, Scott and Duane shrewd. Now, you're getting the hang of it movies. This is the old school. I was GONNA use thanks. Mike, he offers up butch cassidy and the Sundance Kid Paul Newman and Robert Redford all right very good. let's see music. ooh! A list from Rick. The everley brothers, the righteous brothers. Simon and Garfunkel. Strong, but not Lennon and McCartney Straw. Sue offers up toys, Berbie and kin. That's why that's why I love this topic because whatever I set it up as whatever categories list, you figure out a way to grade, your old category for a duo nfl challenges to Montana and Rice Aikman and Smith Manning and Harrison. I'd still stick with Montana and Rice baseball challenges jeeter in Rivera. They're not ruth. GEHRIG Aaron and Mathews travel in Whitaker. They're still not ruth. Garrick! Let me give you another. TV One from. Michael Ooh, Oh, crime, duos Crockett and Tubbs, Starsky and Hutch. All right that's not bad. We're going to go along. Those lines and I would add Jimmy McNulty and bunk from the wire. Chandler Joey, from friends, go back to the phones, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one now now. That's a good one. You see Chris the beauty of twitter as soon as he tweeted. I, see it. ATLANTA mcallister Food Bacon and eggs? Bacon and eggs slots above peanut butter and Jelly but I think one notch below Burger and fries. Burger and fries, Bacon, and eggs, peanut, butter and Jelly. Or does that leave Mac and cheese? My daughter would say that lady's Mac and cheese on top. I think Mac and cheese top ten. I don't think it's top five. Chip, yes, all chip with with two duos. Starsky and Hutch. Yes, and Crockett, in terms of that look at that contributions from chip on the other side of the glass tonight cracked tubs. Always reminds me I once wore a white jacket like Crockett and tubbs. I think I bought it at the chess. King and I used to walk around the mall, wearing that when I was like. Fourteen years whole. I wasn't the only one mind you. It was in fashion. Now every time I say that's what my wife she says. Whatever was she'll say? That was never really in fashion, but in this case, the white jacket from Miami vice that was in fashion at some point. I didn't have the Ferrari, but I did have the colored T. Scher. And then they put on the white jacket and I was stylized profiling, walking through the Caselton Mall Back in the day in Indianapolis. I was done Johnson. I even had the shades. Let's go back to the phones. This always happens with this topic it just it just completely breaks down into hilarity. Let's go here in Walton Zach! You're on seven hundred WWL W. I'm good when he got for me. I got off and on May. be able to pull a one eight one B with those Burger and fries. From taking waffle Oh. That's good I think that would even knew. Even if you put it in strictly a breakfast category, I might move that up to number one. That's a good one all right. What else Well I can tell you where you can get some of the best chicken and Waffles okay do Kelly. Where on main out in Gallatin County Oh. It was. Dawn the best checking waffles I've ever had, and you know they're good about anywhere. You get them all right all right? That's a good one or I. Give me another one. Rosen bench for a while new. That may be our best reds. Have played together a bench and rose all right I'm I'm marking that down in the. Eye Unwritten reds category. I'M GONNA put that on the reds category. You're the man have a great weekend. It all right, thank you well. If we're going to read category than we do a bengals category, and that would have to be looking at the best. Do What boomer and Anthony. boomer Anthony Moon IOS would be starting category for their. One about Oh, you, do you see football? How about Pike and bins although I know I don't know over I mean that's more of a moment, but it's a duo. Right all right. Hang tight what we'll do some more when we continue. How about? TV Felix and Oscar. Old, school. Laverne and Shirley. you see Chris also offers up Andy and Barney well. If you'RE GONNA, offer up Andy and Barney then I'm going to offer up Sanford and son. Nanna. All right we come back by by the way and he mentioned waffle fries I. Still believe I am I'm holding onto my off. The because I believe there is a sports talk reopening menu somewhere down the line I I. Don't know I was stunned at got no play whatsoever when I tried it out like the trial run. I believe because we've done the thing similar to that in the past I truly believe if we had a Friday night off the. The beaten path. Ray said all right with things now opening up in a chance to go to a restaurant offer up a a recommendation pick, pick the category and tell us the place to get it, but it went nowhere today at all like Blake stairs I'm putting that back in the file as I say all right Dan and Kevin and Richard and Tom and Mike and Liu and others as we continue Morgan Mindy Hey. Let's check news bottom the. Carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred WWL W. All right. We have controversy that is broken out of the off the beaten at topic. Welcome back, ardell carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet I mentioned I was winning, closing out the category of condiments with salt and pepper. I've now been challenged on that on twitter that salt and pepper are not condiments. They are seasonings. So I went to Wikipedia. Where I go to to solve all battles and I'm reading wikipedia right now under condiments, and it says some definitions encompass spices and herbs, including salt and pepper, so I'm reading, that is under the umbrella of condiments can fall salt and pepper. And I'm in charge of this show so. It's A. Chip do I. Get a thumbs up or a thumbs down on it. Okay see chip agree so we win to nothing. Go back to the phones. Every love my twitter. My feet is now filled up seasoning. You're wrong. It's a seasoning. It after a string of seasoning tweets then there's just one little picture of bj in the bear. I. I have the best listeners and followers you could ever ask. Ed You made me laugh out. Loud to the sixty, nine, thousand, seven, hundred, eighty, seven, who following contribute to this show on twitter. You are gold. All only my followers could be engaged in a heated debate about seasoning versus condiments, and then have ed drop in Bj. Let's go back to the phones. let's see. I've not been challenged on my weather conditions for thunder and lightning. Let's go. Let's go here Zenia Kevin here on seven hundred WWL W. My brother. Thanks for calling. I love the topic. How just found a second one? Let me do it so I quit. Yes, yes, comedy. Yeah. Abbott and Costello. WHO's on Thursdays aw? I've moved up on the last. The second one of the side by thing. Oh Yeah, oh! Wait a minute I'm going to write it down. Let me see if I can guess what you're going to say. Okay, give me your answer. Kirk and spock all Kirk and spock I was GonNa say scully and Mulder Oh. Dirt want to. Remember one thing. Yes, Dr Track is based on reality. Star Wars is based on fantasy, just mind. You've just you'RE GONNA? Hang Up, and now you've started a whole another war that I'm going to have to deal with you're. Thanksgiving weekend I am not debating star, wars and star. Trek I I won't do that I don't have. Time to do that. Cheech and Chong for movies. How about that Cheech and Chong? When did I have here? What are we Captain Tibial? He'll under. Sue offers up captain to Neil and I assume. Be Music. Do we create a variety TV variety, show category or do. We put them under the music category. See that's the challenge. Once you create the come up with a duo. What category do they fitted? Chip won't be the ruling Captain Antonio because they had their own show and yet they did songs. Maybe. It's a crossover variety show. Yeah, okay, yeah, all right. Level keep us together. Love CH-. Will keep us together. Tune and that will not be cut if I have any control of our archive system Let's go back to the phones Cagney and Lacey. Mattie and David would have been. Blue Lighting. Norman cliff off now you're getting. The hang of my email is going nuts in my twitter cosmo, Kramer and Jerry. You Go. WAY BACK! Here. Here's a tweet from in the county is not the tiger king, and it simply bro. Salt and pepper is an economist. At least I'm amusing myself Las Vegas. We go Lou. You're on seven hundred W W. Happy, Friday evening. To you. I've got a I've got a question you early on, you mentioned. McCartney and Lennon then you can't have a great deal and have one of the people be the cause of the divorce. McCartney and Harrison. Might be go with them. But you know what I still think. Hall and OATES come up all you know whatever big. Guy I think. I think that works so well I'm elevating hall and OATES number the number one music duo of all time. And you know what we gotta give. Ernie and Bert from love tonight to. We put them in the category of. What like children's show duos or are they like a comic duet? What category do we put him in? I go with actors. Why not it's! Friday This is my favorite show. I'm like Cry Right now. Hey, have a good weekend. Via! The category of actors, they award for the top acting duo in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy six. Burt and Ernie. Tears. Sterling just walked Internet. He turned around and walked out. I was. GonNa. Sterling his thoughts on salt and pepper in the category. I gotTA keep an eye out for him. Donny and Marie Music category all right. Thanks for that one sonny and share being offered. Natalie offers up Saudi and share all right Know I just remembered the food category my two years ago when my mom I remember when I got the car to drive home, my mom had to. She said I can't believe you didn't have liberated onions. And then she said she kinda paused, and he said and what about Spaghetti and meatballs? I put Spaghetti meatballs top ten. Let's go. I got time we gotta do on this date and rich history, and our final segment is well. Let's go here in Hamilton Mike. You're on seven hundred WWL W. I've got a Combo I'm an offer up a food category. It's because I have consumed more of this Combo. Sixty five years of my life, five four and a win than any other Combo of food. I think my mom when she weighed me off natural method of feeding somehow or another, dot me right onto this. And I've been eating it ever since. It's get an egg. And That's that's a good sleeper. Pick. That's good for me. It just passed beats out bacon and eggs by by a bit but they can say bad either man. That's a for me. The top I am putting that on the list. You're the man have a great weekend, Sarah, thank you. I thought he was going in this direction so I will offer it up milk and cookies about that. Mark tweets say my wife says salt and pepper is both a spice and a condiment. There you go John. Terry offers up chips. That's good. Sitting Bull and custer. I love all of you. What big giant hug do all of you? I gotta I gotTa take a timeout to stay. Stay on track. we'll do on this date in reds history, but I'll have time for your calls on the on the other side as well looking through see if there's anything I haven't touched on tango and cash tell me Riggs and Murtaugh right well done well done everybody eight forty six sports talk Arnelle. Carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred wwl. W. O.! saw them in concert number of. Times? your input. Tonight has been fantastic offer twitter. Aaron says. Hey, just want to tell you how much I appreciate you doing the show I deliver pizza at Papa. John's down Bill Burke Ohio and you make the night so much better. Lubbock keep up the great work reds, and who day that is very cool all right? We'll squeeze in as many as we can, but every every night in our final segment. We spend just a couple minutes with a spin through reds history. There's nothing happening in the moment, so we find out what happened on this date in reds history chip. Music Blues. Beginning in nineteen o one on this day noodles. Great nickname that might be a topic next week. Sixteen strikeouts win over Boston that set the club record. It has since been tied by Jim Maloney in nineteen, sixty, three and Ron vallone in two thousand Noodles Hahn completed forty. One of his forty two starts holy cow. He threw three hundred seventy five innings. We're GONNA skip all the way to nineteen seventy six on this date Pat Zachary, throws a complete game and beats the padres three to. Zachary is a rookie for the reds won fourteen games to seventy, four earned run average, and as a rookie, two hundred four innings for the big red machine, this date, one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three, according to Red Light Journal, Cesar City no tears up his boarding pass at Chicago's O'hare airport incensed that he's not flying first class. He took a later flight the team finding. Finding one hundred dollars and suspended him three days this date. Nine hundred eighty five pete rose scores red number, two, thousand, one, hundred, eight to break, Hank. Aaron's National League record. Pete wound up four all time and runs scored behind Rickey Henderson, Hank Aaron and Babe Ruth this date. Nineteen Ninety Lou Pinella orders Andre Dawson intentionally walked five times in a game against the cubs. The reds lose the game two one in sixteen innings at Wrigley, field that day Murray and Tom Hooked up on the broadcast on wgn TV on the cubs side of things this date nineteen ninety-five gant delivers a two run homer in the tenth to beat the Astros. It was the fourth extra base hit to win a game in the last eight days for Ron Gant. Nine hundred ninety eight, the reds retire frank, Robinson's number twenty, and finally this date nineteen, Ninety Nine Pete Harnisch complete game, three hit shutout, reds beat the padres three to nothing Pete Harnisch also homered in the game. The Ninety nine reds moved to twenty and nineteen on the season, and my thought was wow twenty nineteen. They were like mediocre at that point. They would get to thirty two games over five hundred that year and wind up with ninety six wins. All of that happened on this date in Reds History Annapolis. We go. How about Marvin on seven hundred wwl W hey marvin. Haven't you are thanks for calling? Thank you, thank you. I'm to start out with Tacoma bears and do at the time. Was Brian Picolo. Oh man absolutely, that's a really good one. What movie all right? All right what? Oh the food category. Mater Oh okay all right all right? I'M GONNA put that in the food category and I'm Andy, is Martin. Martin and Lewis yes. Sir, not day or not on this list. I'M GONNA. Add to list I'm glad you called jury weekend, right? Old who. Directions brothers, the righteous brothers all right we'll do we choose the righteous brothers over the Everley brothers Yes all right if you say so, I'm circling the righteous brothers on the list anything else. Thank you. As well have a great weekend. The Blues Brothers we put. We put the brothers in a movie category I. I would assume versus a music category YEP okay. We'll go. Whole, Oh, how about this I just got a text from Mike Daly. Who is the executive producer of chance? The movie that debuted tonight at Starlight Theatre Amelia. We talked with Matthew Modine last night. Who Stars in it text from Mike? Daily sold out tonight packed and stacked a sold out house at starlight movie theater tonight for the debut This originally was going to be on thirty nine big screens around the country and theaters the pandemic. Plans, it is opening up tonight tomorrow and Sunday eight forty five at starlight movie theater Amelia sold out tonight. That is outstanding. It's very cool. It's It's a powerful movie. It's an important message and. I'm very happy for for for those numbers that that thought that so many people are watching tonight at beautiful night. When I act get out of the House and Watch a drive in movie all right. Let's go here about Norwood and Mike. You are on seven hundred WWL W. Is Always thank you. Thank. Lucy and daily Lucy Dez. Laurel and hardy. That's an old school, really good one about hope and Crosby work to Tangier this. Never burned his. Oh yeah man! These are classic old school, don't Landau. And Dawn Tutti related. Tire, yellow, ribbon round. heckle shackle. What what are we? What category do we put heckling jet? Were they cartoons are puppets. What were they? tickle she crows. That's right all right. Scooby Rut row. Charlie Brown snoopy. You're. You've taken. You're doing your own show now. At will wrote and Martin Ronin Morton all right. Jim. McCormick. Jokes on baseball. What are you what are lay year? Yes, so you I make you by caller tonight. Because your contributions were much more in depth and extensive than anybody else, you're closer so far, thank you. Thank you that look you guys. Make it fun I. All I can do is come I. Didn't well I had the original idea back in January of two thousand eighteen. Rick and for Thomas? If you're listening I, think it's safe to say it worked Kudos to you, but the reality is this worked because those who listen. Had, fun, with it, and they called and emailed, and they tweeted and the text and. You see Chris offers up old school. sportstalk duos laughing fish Oh. Oh, yes, old school eleven sixty, Bob, turn your knob to Bob. Still great debate on my line, seasoning or spite, whereas hey, sterling sterling is salt and pepper, condiment or a seasoning. He's going to get this on a seven second delay then heads GonNa turn around and say what are you talking to me? There is what is salt and pepper, a condiments or seasoning. He gets the final word. Find a final thought. Oh Man. Plan whose pay all music paging planet. Oh. That was good all right. Thank you? He is sterling. Did I mention fish and chips? Ben and Jerry. We have a category for ice cream maker now. I gotTA GET OUTTA here. This was this was Thanks to chip on the other side. Have a great weekend. I'll catch you on Tuesday. Sterling brings his brand of fun from nine to midnight can't wait to hear it. It's been the carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred wwl, W.

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Erlichs at six ten seven hundred wwl Wer nail curious sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet Lance McAlister. It is Friday. You have made it to this point. Hang with me. Hang out for a while. Do this for three hours. We'll cap it off with an off the beaten path topic coming up in the eight o'clock hour, we can have some fun with work in some calls couple of different topics along the way let's get the headlines, and then we'll get to it. We start with the NFL. Were coaches could begin returning team facilities today Mercer Cappelli of Bengals Dot Com tweeted. She Solves Zach Taylor this morning at Paul Brown stadium, wearing a mask and with a big smile behind it, she added. Added a majority of the Bengals coaching staff returned to the facility today. Couple of coaches are in the process of traveling back Cincinnati and will return next week. Retired. Linebacker Luke. keithly officially announced he's returned to the panthers as a Pro Scout. Congratulations to that former Saint X. Product Major League baseball players said they will not take another pay cut, and have quote resoundingly rejected the League's plan to begin the season that's according to a statement released last night from Union Executive Director Tony Clark. The red should be hosting the cubs in a weekend series at great American Ballpark Man Oh man. It would have been a great night for baseball game sixty four of the regular season starting on Sunday by. By the way there will be no longer a limit on the number of fans in the stands for Taiwan. Baseball and fans will no longer be required to wear masks at their seats Taiwa has not had a Kobe nineteen positive test for thirty days the NBA making news the Players Association according to Espn Players Approving today, the twenty two team format to restart the season playing in Orlando, fifty six days from now on July thirty first the owners and board of Governors had approved the deal yesterday college basketball, the NCAA Committee on infractions has has placed Oklahoma State men's basketball program on three years probation and banned the cowboys from playing in the postseason next season. The penalties involve a former assistant. Assistant coach, who was sentenced to three months in prison, for accepting bribes to steer players from South Carolina and Oklahoma state to certain agents and financial advisers, and the PGA Memorial Golf Tournament in Dublin Ohio is on getting approval today from the governor for a July thirteenth through the nineteenth tournament that will be the first PGA event with fans. Good news there for everything else do this. Go to my blog. You'll find it at seven hundred wwl W dot com blogs got a little bit on the reds. A little bit on the Bengals our conversation earlier in the week, dealing with Cincinnati Sports, figures and restaurants over the years. All waiting for you blog forum seven hundred wwl W DOT com. So we begin here and. As I put this topic together I. Kinda scan the Internet looking at the various headlines over the last twenty four hours or so related to major league baseball hero, the here are the headlines I found. Baseball in limbo as other sports, gear up for return. Another one major league baseball could lose season relative peanuts. Next one baseball doesn't have to return, but neither do we. Here's one bickering stall start of major league season, another one major league baseball season teetering on the brink about this one we'll brazen. Cheapness finally turned the public against MLB team owners. Here's one MLB is risking regulating itself to step child status compared to NFL NBA. This one, it's getting ugly. Will there be a baseball season? How about this one cubs on MLB shut down the scale of losses across the League is Biblical and one last one mlb owners, greed could cost them in the long run. Guy Was I was running today and I got a I got a text from a major league player who shall remain nameless at this point in his tech, said simply this. Quote. I think both sides are miscalculating. The number of fans craving the return to the game. Versus the number of fans that are one and I've cleaned this up. Ephron pissed at all of us in to. Don't care anymore. Major. League texting me this afternoon I. Think both sides. Owners players are miscalculating the number of fans craving return to the game compared to the number of fans that are F- pissed at all of us. Or don't care anymore. Let's do this complete this graph online complete this thought if Major League baseball is not play in two thousand and twenty. Fill in that blank. Five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one pound, seven, hundred on a t and t I will fill in that blank for you if Major. League Baseball does not play in twenty twenty. I throw my hands up I can't help the sport anymore I I've spent the better part of my entire life as a baseball fan, and many would say an apologist for the game if they don't play in twenty twenty I can't help them anymore. Having said that I continue to maintain. A new deal will leak sometime around Sunday and will be officially announced on Monday I was hurt to see a a tweet the this afternoon from Ian Hap- the former UC bearcat whose Chicago cub, and he's in a car with a teammate. WHO's driving and they're on the road from Arizona to Chicago. And I take that as a reason for the optimistic, and I take that as a more evidence to my belief, perhaps misguided, but my belief that a deal is going to get done, and by the time we talk again on Monday, we will be talking about the return of baseball. Having said that all that you complete the thought if Major League, Baseball does not play in twenty, twenty Fill in that blank. It is six sixteen. Welcome to sports talk. Thanks for being here. Let's kick this around and have a good discussion on sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred. Six hundred eighty, three seven hundred wwl wrol carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet, and L. Carriers. Your Global Transportation Provider visit our LLC dot. COM Kelsey Chevrolet Open for sales and service with a new state of the Art Collision Repair Center coming in July. I am seeking out an emotion from you tonight. I thought it was interesting that tweet from the text I got from Major League Baseball player laid out. Laid out to emotions and I get in. Maybe this is just the vocal minority, but I get more and more of a sense that. This has moved as we've moved from. What should have been opening day now through? What did I say? Tonight should be game sixty four the season that we've moved from. Like being being excited about baseball, coming back hopeful of baseball, coming back through a phase of being angry, that baseball isn't talking about coming back to a third and very dangerous phase for Major League Baseball, and that as alluded to by the player. The don't care anymore face. That's what I'm wondering about with you. At Five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred big one pounds, seven, hundred on at and T. Kenny, you or on seven hundred w auto you. How you doing buddy, good Kenny. How are you well? You know I finally got through. It's been a while. And I don't really care I. DON'T CARE! They took up day away. March madness away I'm a that I'm ready to. That's what I say. You know what you are in a long line of people who today at some point said to me I'm just waiting for football to comeback absolutely. NBA Fan I enjoy golf. I. Don't I'm done so. Let's go bengals. Good airframe, you have a good weekend. I Sadly, that's being echoed a. let me give you this from. Bob Klapisch of this afternoon Longtime Baseball Writer, Newark Star Ledger, who tweets the following the mood around the major league baseball negotiations is dark. Even the previously optimistic parties. I checked with are losing. Hope quote. Things are really bad right now. And quote and Klapisch concludes his tweet by saying. It's going to take a miracle to save the season. It's going to take a miracle. To save the season. Hyde Park, we go martier on seven hundred WWL W. Well well. Thanks for calling. There? They just want to admire your passion for baseball. Thank you and and I had that at one point during. Nineteen, Ninety Four. And literally have not done back on. You Got Back on the Bandwagon I. Think if baseball season didn't happen. You're going to see repercussions that are long lasting. Tarbey on two thousand and twenty. Plants realms burning. People are worried about other things besides. These athletes. Yes, yes. Yes that is such a point. Because I we can, we can make a stack. That is a mile high of things. People are actually have legitimate reasons to be worried about, and when it comes to millionaires and billionaires figuring out a deal that's not making that stack of worries right now. No, it really isn't. Coming back. Would it help? The overall. Share any sports like NASCAR I'm a big. Nascar Fan. You're probably most excited like all year. That race happened in Darlington two weeks ago. Baseball baseball. It would do the same thing the. Overall attitudes. The direction. They're going right now. Out of sight out, of mind ready. I will say that. It's because you know people. People are realizing their local property little restaurants now opening Russell, Burger, and a beer and baseball's on. At least we're getting a burger there. You Go! Hey, good hearing from your your weekend all. Thank you and thanks for the kind words. I I defer to Joe Poznansky, who is a fabulous writer author? He's been a guest on the show. We. He wrote for what the Cincinnati Post I believe years back here in towns written a couple of great books including. Excellent book on the seven hundred seventy five world series a today on his woods. What's Joe Poznansky Dot Com? He wrote this about the game of baseball in it. It is so true and all ties back to what we talked about. What was it last minute or two nights ago, about Little League in the Minor Leagues and that that innocence enjoyed it seems lost with the owners and players and Joe wrote when it comes to baseball in the state of the game, the good of the game he wrote who looks after it. Who promotes baseball who spends all their creativity and energy and focus on making baseball, a better, more interesting, more inclusive, more exciting game for fans, not today's fans, but those in five years ten years twenty years. He writes what you see is a rise in ticket prices that is priced out families in so many children who otherwise might fall in love with the game. What you see is a short. Short sightedness a submission to the moment, a perpetual fight over the game's riches. Do you think most people care if the owners are players or the players are at fault? No most people just see that people can't come together even now for this game that they're supposed to love so who can blame someone for asking if that's how they treat this game? Why in the hell should I care? End Quote Joe Poznansky earlier today on his website Joe Poznansky Dot, com, you know what a perfect segue Mardi set it up in Italy directly into by next plan segment and he mentioned nine, hundred, ninety, four, and we. We started to get into this last night, but we were Kinda backed up with a lot of other topics, and and I had planned for it and didn't get a chance to do it. When we come back, I'd been looking back at ninety four. And the damage done in ninety four. Because I keep hearing from people who reference ninety four, and the referencing it from the standpoint. That's their last memory of baseball. Because they checked out after ninety four I went back today and looked at attendance year to year, and what it was like in the years after that and where things were in major. League Baseball on ninety four in what it took to I hesitate even say get baseball back, but the struggle on the path out of ninety four in what rigs attendance was like for a playoff team and ninety five. That was thin. Think of think of what's going on now. In addition to baseball compared to how good things worrying general back in Ninety Four That is we continue? Let's check news though Arnold carrier sports presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred WWL W. Six thirty seven seven hundred wwl w. r. l. carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. I'm Lance McAlister hepatic abbey here off the beaten path topic coming up in the eight o'clock hour. I want to spinoff of what the Mari said in the last segment. But if you've listened to the show for any amount of time, you know how passionate I am about the game of baseball, specifically I should be doing the inside pitch right now. I should be doing every night this week. Extra Ratings Kelsey Chevrolet X ratings after the game talking about a reds team that had an off season that had this town turned upside down with excitement anticipation, and instead we're wondering if there's even going to be a baseball, season or not, and I go back to ninety four I. I was on the air and ninety four in Chicago I remember what it was like. When the the rug was pulled out from everybody in in August of ninety four August eleventh. They pulled the plug on the season. And they pulled the plug on a World Series Major League baseball had played through world. War Major League baseball played through an earthquake in ninety four Major League Baseball said we can't figure this out, so we're not gonNA play the rest of the regular season and we're not gonNA. Play the world series for the first time since one thousand, nine, zero four. Season Major. League Baseball, and ninety four the season of the strike. Major League Baseball average thirty one thousand fans per game, thirty, one, thousand and some change. By the next season, major leagues average attendance had dropped down to twenty five thousand a game. It took Major League baseball until two thousand and six. To get back to that average attendance to match it to get back to thirty. One strike happened in ninety four. It took the game until two thousand six to get back to the previous attendance. It took CAL ripken chasing mark. Chasing Lou Garrick it took mark mcgwire and Sammy Sosa Chasing Roger Merits. It took it took to steroid area took a lot of stuff. Major League Baseball since two thousand and seven. Has Lost eat eleven million baseball fans in terms of attendance from two thousand seven through this past season. Total number of people going to major. League Baseball Parks was down eleven million. That's the backdrop for what Major League baseball is facing right now. Imagine imagine a sport that is seen that loss of a fandom. Then go away for an entire season. Member, Ninety Four Matt Williams was chasing Roger Marris at the time on the on the day, the season ended August Eleventh Matt. Williams had forty three home runs. Ken Griffey Junior had forty. Tony Gwynn was batting three ninety four. Three Ninety four and August eleventh. The reds were in first place. The Expos were in first place. Season One away. Baseball didn't come back that season. And I wasn't here. But I know this city took that strike more personally than any baseball city in America? I may not have the numbers to back that up. I truly believe it was personal here. I remember in one thousand, nine, hundred five. Team. After opening day, the largest crowd they drew was thirty eight thousand for the rest of the season. I remember that stadium against the braves with forty thousand there for a playoff game twelve thousand below capacity I remember fans out on the red seats in wide open sections. In fact, I had a picture of it yesterday, a four fans with their shirt off holding up a sign, it says. Are you. Because this city took what happened in ninety four personally. If. They felt that way and ninety four. How do you think they're gonNA? Feel here. How are you going to feel here? If baseball is played in two thousand twenty. Go back to the phone so I got a couple of lines open, grab, five, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one and pounds, seven hundred on at and T. Oxford we go in a second. Let's go here in Indy Dave you're on seven hundred w? Not Lance Hey. Look, let's take a look at this you know. He's I based my life, a bomb or the prayer you know. There's things that we cannot change. We've got the courage to change that You know. Look the good thing. Let's back in nineteen ninety. When the rich won the world series look at that year town was exploding Basel Seals. Still! Remember that and I experienced that. Even though we're going through hard times lance. I got that good feeling that I had thirty years ago and nobody can take that good feeling away from me. And sometimes during bad times we go through times to spare. You know Feelings. But. The thing of it is. We have to look back. Big Red Machine where we want seventy. Dave. Just think of think of what you're saying think of that. This sport has left you with your pivot point going back thirty years ago for a nineteen ninety memory and forty five years ago for one thousand, nine, hundred seventy five memory. What sport can sustain itself when it's asking its fans to live on that? Exactly well back in seventy five I mean whoever heard of a baseball player being paid a million dollars. and. You know it didn't really hit me, and as time went on strike in ninety four, I became disillusion. Yeah, we're talking prior. You know the reg one ninety and you're strike you. Look at the land I mean really Cincinnati is looking good. If you really WANNA look at it, you get Joe Borough. That really is a very good prospect. I see a lot of fans coming. I rather think positive, but I would make it. Hey Dave I. Appreciate Check Injury Weekend Buddy. Thank you the? The, Opportunity. I go back. I was built Ski from the La Times who wrote earlier this week, an ally and a couple of lines that jumped out to many road. Baseball's doing it again. The former national pastime behaving like a national joke. Only this time it serious this time. Baseball might not recover no matter how many steroids it injects. This time. Baseball could lose America for good and they made the point. Baseball needs to attract younger fans. When we've talked about that forever, which means it needs to get smarter and Savvier in this pandemic that means being first. Baseball needs to be the first sport to play again. Look, the NBA can make the announcement there back and they're going to Disney. They're gonNA play in a bubble. That's fifty six days away. The NBA is still fifty six days away from play. He writes baseball needs to be the first sport to heal this country just like it's done after nearly every war or crisis in the last century, baseball needs the seem important and relevant again, and that will happen with its owners and players engaging in tired old maneuvers in the final line of his piece in the La Times this week read a strong and timely return to the field. This summer could begin to change that, but it won't happen until owners and players realize they're both wrong. Seriously he wrote jest. Shut up and play ball. Bill Plash L. A. Times this week. Jordan, Bill and ED. And John and you want to join our conversation. Five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one and pound, seven hundred Aud at and T. thanks for being a part of sports talk tonight. The weekend is here. We're cruise. Until nine sterling will take united midnight I've got an off the beaten path at eight o'clock I am fired up its Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred WWL W. On seven o'clock on a Friday Cincinnati it's arnold carrier. Sports Dot presented by Kelsey Chevrolet I'm Lance McAlister? Appreciate you being here by the way before we go back to the phones. Quick Note, it's a a sad day in the newspaper Business today, the athletic which I subscribed to which is a wonderful sight, the athletic unfortunately laid off. Forty six writers today, and that includes Shannon Russell based here in Cincinnati and Shannon. I! I consider a friend I I think she is a hell of a writer. I think she's a versatile writer She she reduced our family to tears a couple of years ago when she came out to the House and she wound up writing a piece on father's Day about Casey and me and everybody in my family, who read the piece who were reduced tears and I? Don't like when bad things happen to good people, and as I told her today and a text. If I can help it anyway, count me in, but I believe there will always be. Room for people like Shannon who care about the business and right at the level that Shannon rights at and somebody will be the beneficiary of that It's no longer they athletic. It will be somebody in the near future and I wish nothing but the best whether it was Xavier. She's I think she's. Better in town and written about covered Xavier Cincy, tennis, and other things, since going back to two thousand eight, or or maybe even beyond that, but one look at twitter today to see the outpouring of support for her shows you the respect she commands in the business to those who, either know her for professional standpoint or read her from a from a readership standpoint I had a great deal of respect for and good things are coming her way eventually and toward hang in there and I'll be I'll be. Be Thinking about her, but I don't like when good people lose their gig and Shannon Russell and forty five others from the athletic today, unfortunately lost their gig Let's go back to the phones. five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one and pound seven, hundred odd at and T.. If you're just joining us, we are in the middle of a conversation about about baseball and we're baseball stands on this Friday night at six fifty three now as as passionate as I am about the game. Let me again, state that I. Believe in in my hope is all of this is I I'd like to say all of this is going to be for naught because I truly believe the the optimism in me, says. And the sense I get. They're going to play baseball. And maybe it's a feeling in my bones right now. The only thing I'm relying on were I've been known to have a feeling in my bones before sometimes it served me well and sometimes not so well. My track record? No, but the feeling in my bones right now says they're going to play baseball. They can't be dumb to blow this opportunity. And I I really. I really think and I hope is I cross my fingers when I say this. I believe the next time we talk on Monday. We're going to be talking about baseball being back and I guarantee you. If that's the case, you're gonNA have to peel me off the ceiling here in the studio because I'm going to be talking about the reds batting order I'm GonNa. Be Talking about the the thirty man roster I'm going to be talking about the forty guys they're. They're going to be able to include on their taxi squad. I'm going to be talking about how cool it's going to be that spring training is going to be a great American ballpark. I'm going to be talking more about the cameras. They should set up. You can view online at reds. Dot, com and I'M GONNA I'M GONNA be breaking into a sweat in excitement over this. If not. I'm going to take some time off. Because I if. Really. When? When you've when you've created a show for I've lost raggedy as like eighty two days without anything. Baseball's kind of been the carrot that that every night or walk out of the studio. It's kind of a joke I play on my mind. I walk out of the studio every night and I. Make the walk down the hallway to the door out. I always pretend like I'm walking baseball and I'd like trick my mind saying hey, hanging their. Anger there's going to be sports in. It's going to be baseball. I guess wait. You think you had to scrape for those topics tonight. Just wait. It's coming and you're going to be doing the inside pitch and you're going to be doing extra. And by the time I get down on my car. I'm thinking I got this. Let me tell you. If the night comes, I walk out of the studio and I've reported on the death of baseball for twenty twenty. It's not going to be a matter of getting to the end of the hallway. It's going to be a matter of somebody's scraping me from the fetal position on the floor here. Man I. Just part of I will admit there's a lot of denial here. There's like a part of my brain. That says we're not letting you into this part of your brain. Let's go to the phones Let's head here in Lafayette. Indiana Jordan on seven hundred wliw. Empower you. I'm hanging in there, Jordan. How about you? Having a pretty good evening and Radio. Early play nine holes of golf. On the radio. My whole shattered. There hopefully there's better times around the corner with a deal announced by Major League Baseball. No hidden. the reason I called was I'm kind of in that Demo I'm twenty nine. Yes, where baseball kind of needs to keep us in younger people than I. I just can't understand our fathom the shortsightedness of the owners. This is one of the first times where I think the players are actually. Doing looking in the past our war owners. They WANNA play one. They've even. Be, well, they've even back. Get back down to the eighty two, but they were even willing to play over one hundred, hundred and fourteen in the owners came back in thinking well, maybe forty eight to fifty two games, AM I. He's a for the flyers. started. What only get like? H starts if he has that, you know three starts his whole. Stats and yeah and the money he can make well I. Mean you know they'll come back and go and all? You had to find something you alrea either. Jordan think about that what we're talking about the owners who are the the the the stewards of the game? They're saying well. Let's play between forty eight and fifty two. Let's reduce the draft from forty rounds to five rounds. Let's released like a thousand minor leaguers in the. Let's make sure in the draft. That like a thousand guys don't get drafted. That would normally get drafted on thinking. Can anybody work with me here I'm Gon. WHO's fighting for you at your working against me right now and be one thing say they were the MLS and I've been struggling to make money. Seventeenth Street. The game has made money. They made ten point seven billion with a B. Last year, which is an all time record for the sport, and why can't they figure out in the short term? They might have a loss this season, but in the long term if you can bring fans in while there is nothing, don't we not? That's our. OFF MASS! Who and there's nothing going on, and all they would have to do is just think like a little bit in the future, and they would probably make this up and then some because if he might generation in the generation. Less yes now. Why care a little bit in Jordan? The players have already said. We'll do expanded playoffs this year. We'll do expanded playoffs next year. More in whatever the owners think they would save by not playing this season I guarantee they will lose in multiple years ahead from people saying you may think you did the right thing for the moment will good luck with your future because we're not going to be a part of it. I just? It baffles my mind. These guys who are billionaires who obviously are smart. And and business. I just can't understand the process of thinking that India Future of taking a short term loss, the the fans you can gain having. implemented. Yes, l., yes. Gamble people were all. Sports and a lot of these. Sports the bet on. Baseball people can bet on baseball. And maybe you know you bring fans in that way, but they can't think that far the future because in the right now they're not money. Hey Jordan I. AM making you the color of the night? You've got me all fired up and I appreciate your phone. Call have a great weekend. Thank you thank you? That's one of the books that was a good hour up next I. I read a line this week in a in a story I found. It says perhaps baseball's most compelling. Moment came during one of the darkest hours of the country's history been thinking a lot about that. That's next. Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet at seven hundred WWL W. Suggest the following takes place between seven PM and eight PM. All right hour two unfolding. We're one hour away from the off. The beaten Pat Topic. I think we'll have some fun with thanks for hanging out tonight. I mentioned earlier. How nice tonight it is there? It should be the reds and cubs game sixty four, the season, great American Ballpark C.. Sixty three games in the reds would be what about forty and twenty three probably sit in first place national accenture. We'd have to put up with the cub fans that were in town, but maybe watching casteel versus John Lester Tonight Nick Castalanos against his former team. We would be reminded that Kyle Schwab irs the pride to. Middletown reminded that. As a former UC barrick add. We'd be kicked back at the ballpark this weekend. Great weather, drinking a coal, one hot dogs, popcorn peanuts cracker. Jack's split the pot. And instead we we sit, and we wonder if there's going to be baseball again in twenty twenty I wish I was on the baseball hall of fame website earlier this week, I? Wish I could give a letter. To the owners and the players, and it would be the green light letter, and I remember I referenced this early on. In the pandemic, which is probably a bad sign that I'm referencing it twice. That's how long it's been but I. I was I. was reminded in in reading that letter and on the hall of fame website the. Story started with this line. Perhaps baseball's Dirk. Most compelling moment came during one of the darkest hours of the country's history January fifteenth, nineteen, forty, two just weeks after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Galvanized the country and brought the United States into the war MLB commissioner Kennesaw Mountain Landis, wrote President Franklin Roosevelt asking for his advice quote. If you believe we ought to close down the game for the duration of the war, we are ready to do so immediately. Feel we ought to continue? We would be delighted to do so. We await your order. Kennesaw mountain has had to wait one day. And President Roosevelt drafted that the famous green light letter. In that letter, he said and I quote. I honestly feel that it would be best for the country to keep baseball going. There will be fewer people unemployed, and everybody will work longer hours harder than ever before, and that means that they ought to have a chance for recreation, and for taking their minds their work. Even more than before. And for the next four seasons Major. League baseball would increasingly be played by really young guys and really old guys. who were exempt from military service for health reasons, and while stars like Bob, feller in Greenberg Joe Dimaggio and Ted Williams would enter the military to serve their country. And as the hall of Fame Site said this week, and each of them turned the tide of war in the allies favor in this final line May. Baseball proved to be part of the fabric of the United States. A fabric that no force could unravel. I wish I could send a link. To that part of the Baseball Hall of fame website and that letter. To each side. and. Say about you. Read this aloud at your next zoom meeting. Between the two sides. Baseball proved to be part of the fabric of the United States of fabric that no force could unravel. And that line. From the president. It would be best for the country to keep baseball going. Fewer unemployed everybody working longer hours harder than before, and that means that they ought to have a chance for recreation, and for taking their minds off their work, even more than before. I! Go to the phones, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one pound, seven, hundred on at and T. how about? Let's go here in liberty. Township Bill. You're on seven hundred wliw. Eight that they are. Purely under masks, underestimating the ramifications. of generational logs, yes, and it's not this one generation. I'm talking generation yes. I was. To protect some things born and raised daddy. Big Red Machine Fan about same age Ju. It's not exactly the same age. And I used to ten to twenty games a year on what was going on my life. But I knew statistics of every player on other teams and everything. A big stat nerds and everything. Ninety, four! Cancel the World Series Zach flushed me, It crushed me. Ninety five I hit some born. Guess what he didn't really get introduced to. Baseball by then on the racing. And Son, my older son loves racing the now. I have seven year old. And I've been introducing them. They thought and coming back a little. I've only been going to one maybe two games a year, but we've been watching them on TV in. Games time together. And if this happens. They're going to lose merge recent. And, not only my kids, but. Still Love. Their kids. Yes. Severely underestimating that the eventual daily, they're doing. Yeah. I I could have said it better because. I get the owners are thinking well, you know we. We stand to lose money well. If you think you're losing money now if they do this to the fans, the money, the multiplier of how much more money they're going to lose into the future because the pipeline you're talking about the pipeline. Major League Baseball has a problem with not enough people in the pipeline younger people to push up through the pipeline to you laid out the analogy perfectly the dad to grab the hand son, and bring him up through the pipeline, the sun to eventually bring his son up through the pipeline that things drying up major league baseball it is. It is that it really hurts me. Baseball Game Passion the Game I love. And played. And it really hurt me when they cancelled ninety four so I I didn't come back until. My twins were born in twenty thirteen I. Did touch a little. Griffey came to the reds I took my older son, but he didn't really care lives does he hadn't been involved in baseball? With my twins since twenty thirteen I started coming back. A little and I was excited about this year and. If! It's canceled it. I'm done I mean. That's all I can say about it i. feel the frustration bill. Thanks Buddy, have a great weekend. Thank. Thank you all right. This is good. This is really good stuff tonight. I WANNA keep doing this a little bit longer. We'll transition to the off the beaten path topic in the eight o'clock hour. This from Joe Poznansky piece today stopped me in my tracks of reading, and I said White I read that again. The average age of today's baseball fan is roughly the average age of a horse racing fan in two, thousand and six. He wrote. Let that sink in. Say it again. The average age of today's baseball fan is roughly the average age of horse racing fans in two, thousand and six. Seven seventeen are carrier sportstalk presented by. Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred WWL W. Seven twenty three seven hundred wwl w. it's Arno. Carriers presented by Kelsey Chevrolet Arnelle carriers your Global Transportation Provider Visit our LC DOT com and Kelsey chevrolets open for sales and service with a new state of the Art Collision Repair Center coming in July the off the beaten path topic coming at eight Oh five tonight. Can you imagine for just a second? Close Your eyes and just imagine if Monday. If we heard the news, there was a news conference called and and break in live, and they're sitting at a podium. It with microphones in front of him, Rob for the Commissioner and Tony Clark. The head of the Players Union, sitting right next well socially distance six feet apart, and they say we we welcome you. Thanks for showing on such short notice, and then they look at each other in one says, did you WanNa you WANNA go. You Go, and you know you go, and they say well. Let's both go, and they both lean into the Mike and they both say. Like Jimmy, Chitwood and the movie hoosiers. I figure it's time for us to start playing ball again. And then you hear somebody in the back of the crowd play ball, and the point goes up for grabs, and it's going to be the return of baseball July the fourth weekend, and there's GonNa, be grills, grilling hotdogs, and there's going to be popcorn and peanuts in American flags flying and it's going to be baseball. Hot Dogs Apple Pie and Kelsey Chevrolet in the world's going to be right to in terms of baseball, jumping into the spotlight of sports with nothing else going on baseball will be able to puff the chest and say America's national pastime. Back. Can they be. Can, they be smart enough. To get that done. That remains to be seen. Part of me, says ninety four is the evidence. And the proof, you can't possibly let it happen again. Were going to find out. Let's go to Fairfield. John you're on seven hundred WWL W. Good evening, my answered evening. I think there's an empty chair at the sale of these discussions. Came to various cities years ago. Today we need these new stadiums to compete took municipalities. They Levy taxes. They sold bonds. They spent billions of dollars. Let's look at our downtown for a moment. Okay, we need infrastructure. Okay. We need to be able to access. Oh okay, we need to don't waste treatment systems. And let's change the Rose and oh. Let's build a streetcar and. Oh, by the way since we've got all of that, said there. How about we have all these restaurants out here and ours and. The stadium the ones that I feel sorry for that have no vote at all in this. Is We're talking about boarded up facilities around the park d'ya. Basically I thought I would never say this but I am absolutely written off baseball. This year reached the point where I don't care. I'm just completely apathetic whether or not the player not now if you screw with my NFL season I'm really gonNA. I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa be like Fred quite heard barnes the bar. Klima Building GonNa, pay myself and. I'M GONNA UP OFF on video for everybody to see. So you don't even think about that side. Just WanNa see the NFL at this point based on Kikkan earlier, the back, making the right type of moves, and then they're absolutely in completely stupid and muncipality's yet. Don't these palaces and all the infrastructure around them are screwed I would love rupp season. They weren't in these leases that these players. The owners have side buildings always. Wrote these day at Lisa's. John I appreciate the passion. That's good stuff. Thank you enjoy your weekend. He's. Hanging there yeah, I mean. I just flashed like Jimmy Mooring. The guys at the holy grail banks who are thinking eighty-one dates right across the street. Bring it on, and now they're thinking okay if we can get eighty two games than its foot in theory forty one bring it on, and then Ed wh, what happens? We wait. Reynoldsburg we go ED. You're seven hundred w. w welcome to sports talk. Thank you very much appreciate your time, thank you. So, your question was about what would I do about the twenty dot com, and well for me like I would be disappointed, but in a different way to get you to understand like there's some people like me. I'm a casual fan and what I love listening to the radio broadcasts while I'm just doing things Sir night, yes. In if they stopped that done, and then my other daughter comment is. You read an awesome article earlier and the statement was made no force that can stop America's pastime, yes. Well I think based on what I've heard, and even that baseball player. You hadn't suck up a week ago. Call in and talk about his opinion owners and their money and their money. While this is the thing that has put it down and that's a love of money. So, you know if you remember I forget who it was, but he called in and you. Kinda liked common I thought, but he said that the owners aren't being transparent. We're not be the bottom line is those are two groups of millionaires? Yes, okay, whatever you say, that's what it is. They're arguing about money that they've got plenty of all of us have. So my final thing would be if they don't come back. I think it's just one more year closer to their ultimate demise. Because if they were smart, they can take advantage of this. Kobe thing like a bunch of changes to the game that's needed for the millennials. Young people use this as an excuse. Make the game more exciting better, somehow, instead the bickering over the money that they've got and ninety percent of Americans. Don't what do you think about that? Amen to that I'm making you the second caller the night. Thank you for calling and enjoy your weekend. How's that? Often land thank you I. I'd love to see this. Say They negotiate on Zoom Conference calls and it's The Commissioner Rob Manfred and Tony Clark the players Union. I would love to see somebody hack that call and a little kid in a little league uniform pop up on a zoom screen, right between the two of them and the Little Kid. Maybe seven years old would have his little league uniform on, and it'll be like chewing bubble gum and blowing a bubble. It'd be tossing a baseball up with one hand and catching. It has met with the other hand, and he would just sit there between the two of them. I would just love to see because you just envision one giant pile of money for the owners, and another little bit lesser pile money for the players, and looking off to this around the side of each of those piles of money is the commissioner and the owners on the other side is the union head in the players, and yet nobody is sitting there to take their hands and push the money aside and say hey, what about us? And that would be the baseball fan. That's what's the first thing in all this and I get, it's a billion ten point seven billion dollar industry I get that, but what is completely lost in the equation. No part of this equation is allowing for allowing for a sense of. Stewardship of the game, caring about the game, worrying about the looking out for the best interest of the game. Drives me. Nuts are no curious sportstalk presented by Kelsey. Chevrolet seven hundred WWL W. Seven thirty seven seven hundred wwl, wrol carriers sports dot presented by. Kelsey Chevrolet an L. Carey's your global transportation provider. You should check out ro dot, com and Kelsey Chevrolet Open for sales and service with the new State of the Art Collision Repair Center coming. In July mentioned this earlier. Toledo our initial topic than was running today stopped and checked I was listening to a podcast with my phone I checked my messages, and I had a text from a major league player who said in the text Ame- quote I think both sides are miscalculating the number of fans craving the return of the game versus the number that are one blank and pissed at all of us or to don't care anymore. And I thought that was very well. Put consider where consider where were in terms of excitement for specifically the reds, this offseason with the biggest off season in terms of money spending the history of the franchise in free agent players. And now we're at a stage where more and more I hear. People say they're already writing off the baseball season. They're already focused on the football season. By the way I forget to mention this last night I received my masters tournament ticket application in the in the. Email yesterday filled without Senate back I. Look very much forward to being rejected for the eleven seventy billion time since I've started doing this. I have high hopes every year when I clicked, send practice rounds any round practice round round, one, two, three, four I'll take anything. And each year over the last eleven billion years and we're your. Your application has been rejected or whatever the terminology is pleased. fly next season. Thank you for supporting the masters. Go back out to the. Here's what I set up. And then I never followed up on it according to Joe Poznansky. More than half of the people who Watch Baseball Games on TV are what age or older fill in the blank. More than half of the people who Watch Baseball Games on TV or what age. Fifty five or older? The average age of a baseball fan, according to sports business. Journal is fifty seven. Much older than the average NFL fan fifty NHL forty nine NBA forty two mls forty. According to this survey, he included in his piece only seven percent of viewers seven percent of baseball viewers. Are under the age of eighteen. And as I said earlier. That means the average age of today's baseball fan is roughly the average age of horse racing fans in two, thousand and six. In terms of favorite sport, according to Gallup. Only nine percent of all Americans list baseball's their favorite sport. Among people fifty four and younger baseball is at seven percent. Football's at thirty five percent. Thirty five percent say their favorite sport is football. Twelve percent say it's basketball. Eat eleven percent say at soccer. Nine percent. Say, it's baseball. And think of we, we've used this word a lot tonight. Opportunity think of the opportunity for when sports returned the NBA targeting July thirty first now from Orlando think of the opportunity to think of the landscape and the chance at exposure for those starved. For anything. Related to sports imagine. Unlocking a door or gate opening up in saying. Have Addicts, sports, fans, and they all come running out. And they stop they look. And there's going to be NBA and there's going to be less, and there's going to be Nascar and there's going to be football training camp. And they're all going to. Run all their sports. And there's not gonNA. Be Any baseball. Unless these two sides figure it out. Back to the phones. How about let's go here in Columbus, and I've got one two three I've got five lines. If you want to join on this by all means, join us, five, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big pounds, seven, hundred on at and T. Bill, welcome to sportstalk they land doing cable. Talked about eleven million over twelve years. And that was due to the streaming posse was, but do other things to take that and take those numbers down to the number of teams and Number Games they play. Math might be a little bit office. It comes out to about. Four hundred and twenty people game. Over, twelve years, eleven, million, and at the size of the BALLPARK's ballparks are smaller now. I mean day. If you can buy, sell hundred thousand, can you? I don't know. I just know this. It's not good when when eleven million people aren't going to your game that were in two thousand and seven. That's not good, but you have you talk about these people who who who felt they were somehow burnt by ninety four, but you talk about stewardship of the game. This isn't just stewardship isn't just on the owners. It isn't just on the players. It's on the fans to. It's all our game and I. Know How I felt. When like with my father and I know you, you romanticize probably went to baseball fan of. At Heart. Field of dreams love the game so. Things like that. Okay, and that's when you make a decision. Apparent Kohei. These millionaires and billionaires screwed ninety four, and you take that away from your son or dot. You made that decision. They didn't you okay? That's why you don't have many people in five one. Now it it it. It may not go totally that but. People realize you know twenty six about things you did. That's forty minutes up because you have a personal connection to your family. Brother Sisters. Mother father and when someone decides well, you know these sport athletes are taking this away from me and you don't have just take children. Okay, it's like was saying. It's like a movie George Clooney was when he bought. These things and people talked about how they they gave up on our dream. He goes. How much did you is? How much did they pay you to give your dream? Job, for thirty. Four thousand dollars okay. Okay, and and that's the thing mean. The ninety four strike was a bitter pill to take, but was that enough to take away. When you were with your family and your and your teammates. Away from your children and how you feel when they get involved. Is Selfish Toy self that's a selfish players and the owners. I think you've recalled bill. Thank you. There's something there but I'm I'm going to skip below that to the inability the sport to connect with younger people. I'M GONNA I'm not absolving who made whatever decisions they made. I'm not going to be a baseball fan anymore. So I'M GONNA have my kid be a baseball fan, even as something as Let me, give you the example of twitter that Joe Poznansky mentioned and. Twitter skews younger in in in in the NBA twitter account. The NBA twitter account. Has Thirty and a half million followers. The Major League Baseball Twitter Account has eight point six million followers. Thirty point, five million for the NBA eight point six for Major League Baseball, there was a recent survey that showed that more than ninety percent of Americans have heard of Lebron James over ninety more than ninety percent of Americans have heard of Lebron James. Less than half. Had heard of Mike Trout. The average sports fans don't recognize the likes of trout, because the average sports fan doesn't follow baseball. Again back to opportunity. I out of the gate. For a sports fandom that has been cooped up starved unable to wager unable to play their fantasy sports I. Keep move. I keep pushing my fantasy baseball draft in my keeper deadline weeks at a time. I tell the leg all right. I'M GONNA move it because it schedule at the schedule it, so it's been scheduled since the end of March and I keep going into the ESPN system or I would add another couple of weeks. Nobody had another couple of weeks ahead another couple of weeks. This all may leave us on Monday, saying man. What were we worried about this? We got the game bag. I can't wait. I hope that's the case. We'll down. The stretch seven forty six year. News is thirteen minutes away officially now. The off the beaten path topic comes at eight O six. I. Think it's GonNa be fun I think it'll work. Eddie and rocky actually took it for a test run. On their show I sat there, thinking all right, I'm GonNa see because I think this is GonNa work I'll let them try. It if it doesn't work man I'm running from that topic. And it worked and I said all right. I mean we'll do that coming up, but just after eight o'clock tonight seven forty-seven sportstalk seven hundred W W. We're flying tonight off the beaten path. Topic is about fifteen minutes away or so get you involved in that late out here in just a minute on this date. By the way two thousand eight Cincinnati cyclones captured the. Kelly Cup with a three one win in game six over the Las Vegas Wrangler. There were twelve, thousand, seven, hundred, twenty, two at US bank, or read on this date two thousand eight. The clones had won the Bram Cup the best regular season record. They said e a record with fifteen straight wins. During that season, it was the first title for Cincinnati Sports since the nineteen ninety reg world series cyclones, also that night became the first Cincinnati pro sports team to clinch a championship in Hamilton County since the Cincinnati Mohawks took game seven in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, five at the Cincinnati Gardens, my Guy Chuck Weber was the. Coach of the year that year he joined us just two weeks ago to talk about their Kelly, Cup win in two thousand and ten when a second one two years later, David Day David. Was the MVP and rookie of the year that year led the League in scoring. With twenty nine goals and seventy seven assists. this date two thousand eight when the cyclones clinch the Kelly Cup twelve, thousand, seven, twenty, two at US bank arena. Let's go to Somerset Kentucky shook. You're on seven hundred wliw. Called Anna! I think of the players and they. Kind of forgot about the fan yes. Able would remember bags and Appalachian Southern Kentucky. in the seventies stuff. It was hard to get a ballgame I. Remember my uncle and my grandpa all they would. Buy Different white spots in Rhode. Listen To Listen to the reds and then like on Wednesday night they would do you find about another wise, but another road because he'd be able to pick up the council that work. It was kind of NEAT, you know. And, he here's really intrigued as they can't is like I very long ago like all the listen to the bone. So you know it was. It was great memories in moments, and it's. It's like they forgot about us. Now it's about. Each other like monopoly board. Yeah, when you. When he was a kid, we had a couple of bodies. They always teamed up. You got where you didn't WanNa play, but you really love the. Play monopoly. Got? Ganged up onto. That's what the FAN is. Billing big ganged up on. They don't care about them. I've talked all week that the joy in innocence of the game has from Little League minor. Leagues you name it. That's been sucked out of this process, and all its left our owners and players unable to settle. How much how they're gonNA divide up the money. Right right. Guy Like, you know if he comes from the summer second here and the border counties around. You I, it or Store you'll see I read this much. You'll see a big blue nation. you know we love her baseball if it hurts. You know this. Is like why are he? GonNa Argue we're going through so much now. We need something to get her mind off brother's bills or jobs or anything right now. House are hard. And they want to do. This kind of hurts really bad. That's very well, said sure category weekend. Thanks for calling. All right have a good night and that was two. Hours of inputting in conversation and passion behind all of it. Thanks for all the tweets by the way as well I'm Atlanta's mcallister on twitter. 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It's going to deal with fashion NAP now. Hang on, Dude like I'm like the fashion magnet he there is a recent survey of two thousand residents of Great Britain that determined. The mini skirt is the most iconic fashion statement of all time in the UK. And what I was thinking about, and what Eddie and rocky did was there are there are fashion trends that you were a part of that? You look back on and think I can't believe I wore that I thought about this today for this topic, and also thought about it in terms of sports and the coaches and players who they? It was part of a wave of fashion. You think Oh yeah. That guy wore that in that guy whether it was a hat whether it was a sweater, where was a jacket with her? Coaches and players have had those over the years, but I thought of fashion trends that impacted me some of which I. Close my eyes over today but I would argue if the miniskirt is the most iconic fashion statement in in Great Britain, the most iconic fashion statement in this country from a sports standpoint at least for me is the reds starter jacket I wore back in the day in in terms of other fashion. Should I admit this. This is a fifty thousand Watt station earned in thirty eight states and Canada at night. I'll go ahead and say it. I was part of the fashion trend that included parachute pants SUMI. We'll get into that as we continue that as the off the beaten path topic, there are those things I heard him earlier in the week with Eddie and rocket arrows. Those things you look back on and say Yeah I was part of that trend I. really like to distance myself from that fashion trend back then we'll lay out. I've got a list. You'll share yours as we continue Arnelle carriers sportstalk presented by Kissy Chevrolet on seven hundred WWL W. The following takes place in eight PM nine PM. Here, we go eight Oh eight seven hundred wwl W this sportstalk I'm Lance McAlister. The weekend is here. You've made it congratulations. Hang in there. I got you till nine sterling will be in, and he'll take ninety midnight tonight. We always end the week with the off the beaten path topic chance to have some fun chance to be different. Sometimes it's sports. Sometimes, it's it's. It's TV. It's music. It's movies, and in this case we've got off the board from all of that. Because I saw a lot of times, I'll find something and I'll say I'm not going to use that, but I'm gonNA. Take a part of it in create something else. That's what I'm doing tonight. A survey released this week poll. Two thousand residents of Great Britain. And determined that the mini skirt is the most iconic fashion statement of all time. Mini skirt was one little black black dress to hot pants three the denim jacket four platform shoes five I see. The, tide is shirt fourteen in this list. And it said respondents largely admitted to hanging onto their favourite close from bygone eras back, the survey said more than more than twenty percent claim. They still had something in their closet from at least twenty years ago. So. I started thinking I said well I'm not really worried about what the fashion statements were in Great Britain. I said, but over the years there were certainly fashioned statements and trends that that I was a part of that. I look back on now and pictures and think Oh yeah I. I was right there that then now. I, don't want anybody else seeing those pictures. Then there are some things though that that I would think all right now. That was cool then and I'd love to have it now. I'll give you a couple of examples an want to spin this into sports as well because over the years there have been coaches and players who have been known for I kind of type of of signature wardrobe type accessories that just kind of define them as coaches, but for me, personally in terms of fashion statements because I I am a fashion statement. I think A. Couple of things right off the bat. I had a red starter jacket. If you know what I'm talking about that shiny it was it was the Jack that. All the reds players worn the dugout like sparky, Anderson and the guys were it was an official like reds jacket into a shiny, and when you were wearing that as a kid that was styling profile and. And you're cool wearing a red starter jacket. That's one, too. I wore parachute pants I went through the phase that would be early. In the mid eighties of parachute pants I was probably rocking the bugle boy parachute pants that I'd probably bought at the chess king. While I was cruising around the Caselton Mall just outside of Carbon, I wore grey parachute pants and They had a lot of zippers that I think of parachute pants, and I think zippers because they had zippers all over the place, and there were only a few, that could really wear them and be styled in them I. Would I don't know that I ever doubled up my read? Stein's starter jacket with parachute pants, but had I look out. There are coaches who went through fashion statements. I don't know that they purposely did it, but I laughed today. Thinking of Bob. Huggins bogans when he first arrived was wearing a coat and tie and Bob Huggins then morphed into the mock turtle neck and the coat. And then he morphed into the pullover I think his body morphed into those well. It just became more conducive for embassy as a gained weight to more than well, that sounds like a shot i. don't mean it that way, but he would morph into a much more comfortably fitting big pullover, and then for a moment in time. I think this was the Kansas State. Period of one year was this early West Virginia. He it turned. Turned into the colonel mustard phase remember night at fifth third where he came back, and he wore the the mustard suit and this the town just went I. Remember Talking He. He bought it at a place here in town I. Remember talking with the Odor of the place. He bought it from on the air the next day, and now he's back to the pullover phase of his wardrobe, but but I thought coaches like that. Know. Bear Bryant signature. was that Helms tooth hat that that Fidora that he wore during his days in Alabama. That's an iconic stay. I don't know that he did it as a fashion statement, but I think bear Bryant in that for door a hat. I wore. Remember. In back to the future Mardi MC fly I wore one of those puffy vest. You know what I'm talking about I. I'm not ashamed to admit. That I had eight puffy vest, so had a red starter jacket I had the parachute pants gray I had the puffy vest. I was also a guy in this was. This was probably my South Bend era when I was in TV. I was a big back racks guy. I. Don't think backtrack still exist. Back racks was like a wasn't i? Don't know if you call it upscale, but they were pricey, so they were kinda upscale like a men's fashion store, and they had sweaters and I mean. They had sweaters, and I was kind of addicted to backtrack sweaters now looking back on him now I'm thinking. Oh, they look like what's. What's the test. Psychologists, they hold up the. It's like ink blots Rohrschack. That thing it Kinda sweaters kind of look like that one of those. What do you see what I hold this up, but I was a big background guy in wore those sweaters. You wore something at some point that perhaps was part of a trend. You're now thinking back and you're you're you're laughing at? And that's part of what the off the beaten path. Topic is to have some fun. Again this all goes back to a survey I'm really not concerned about that took place in the in the UK. Came up with the most iconic fashion statements of all time, and they say not that there's anything wrong with miniskirts who does a like a good miniskirt? That's number one on their list back. Who doesn't like a good little black dress well not for me, but who does it like a woman in a little black dress? That's number two other list. As I, look at that list I may think it gets hot pants either. And I've never heard anything about number twelve on their list. The Nets boob tube's. I assume that's like. Okay I'm doing it with my hands. I better stop that, but I'm more focused on what you wore at some point in some period of your life. I started and I was when I was a when I played baseball as a kid even up into high school. I every game I played I played with what I referred to and I I don't know I. Remember in years past talking about this and people look at me like I'm I'm goofy but I never liked my baseball Jersey directly on my skin I was wore a pitching shirt underneath and I. Call it a pitching shirt. It's a three quarter sleeve. It'd be the the white body with the red or not red be the colored three-quarter sleeves, and I would always buy to match or go with the uniform that you were wearing that year in your literally but I always wore what I call it a pitching shirt. Never played a game with that could be ninety five degrees, but I always like the pitching shirt underneath my Jersey in up the sleeves a little bit. Have I done something to spark something. Maybe. Five one, three, seven, four, nine, seven thousand. One, eight hundred big one. Pound seven hundred on at and T.. That I hesitate to commit to publicly the that I wore. But if if you do if you are willing, I'm willing. All offer up. I'll give you I'll give you. A I just thought of Steve's Steve Spurrier Steve. SPURRIER is known for that visor. Mike Ditka? Mike Ditka for a time. As the coach of the bears, he would wear a coat and tie, but he went through a phase where wore like the team sweater and it said bears across it. It was the bears colors. It was that that that blue. Or blue on top orange, the bottom half in the middle at said bears across it, and he would wear a sport coat over top of that with he'd wehre. He'd wear a shirt and a tie in then he put the bears sweater over top, and then he'd put the jacket on like the sport coat anywhere that on the sidelines. What else I think? That's a pretty good start. We can spend a few minutes on that. At Five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one and pounds, seven hundred on at and T.. This is our now. Sports sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred WWL W. Dot Com. Eight twenty, two seven hundred wwl W. This sportstalk Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet I'm lacking mcallister. We have stumbled into the off the beaten path topic tonight. Deals with quays ideals with a poll that came out in Great Britain this week. announcing the thirty most iconic fashion statements of all time and number one on the list was the miniskirt I started thinking about, and I am clearly a fashion plate. I started thinking about the the waves of fashion over the years and the things I've worn that now. I think back on and perhaps I laugh or or or regret or don't want to admit publicly, and then I then on my mind starts racing I'm thinking I can do something with this for an off the beaten pat topic because there's also coaches and players who like I think if Ted Kaczynski to talk about not the Ted did it as a fashion statement, his muscles were bulging muscles, and he cut off the sleeves on his baseball uniform. That was that was a statement. Look at my big guns so I thought of that this week. I just had a tweet from Brady. Who made me think of something I? I wore painter's pants. I remember painter's pants. They had the loops on the side that. I wasn't walking around Karma. High School like painting, but there were loops on the side. If you had like paintbrushes, you, could I assume I so I stick them in the loops and you go on your way. Need a paintbrush up but I. I wore paid her pants when I was a kid. I've told the story before of my kind of obsession with the Miami Vice Jacket I got that probably chess king as well the Caselton Mall I got the White, and then you'd put like a solid color t-shirt underneath like got pass still color then I have my sunglasses on. I was I was Sonny Crockett. I was I was a younger version and a hip hop. Version of Sonny Crockett and I just stroll it or a hey. WHO's that guy as I walked by the take their hands Sean point the direction I was going. Who's I could have been a commercial? WHO's that guy? I take single ICES and tip data little bit. Call Lance. Girls Call Me Lance Romance on the playground, and then I was on my way with my Miami Vice Jacket. I wish I had that I'd wear that in Sunday. Let's go to the phones. How about? Here in. Scott on seven hundred wwl W hey Scott. How you doing, I'm well. Thanks for calling. So the early nineties from like ninety, it came at a Miami vice, but everybody would wear neon. You the Neon Green, yes. Show. Yes, the hot pink! The athlete that's right at the athletes and the like. The tracksuit like there's paper thin Yeah I know what you're talking about. Yes, I've got a visual now. Absolutely. Oh, Gosh Yeah. Maybe you wouldn't have normally chosen like the neon colors, but once they sell well. He's wearing the Neon, so I'm going to wear the NEON as well. Yeah, and then he had the. The flat crops and the Stair steps in your hair all year. Oh yes! Yes, and then I was just thinking. Then you get to the mid nineties every as wearing a white t shirt with like. Jordan in Jersey or They were the Basketball Jersey. Blow Up. Yes, bad like look. Put the Neon, the neon colors. Early Ninety. One on the list. Hey, you're the man have a great night. Thank you I wore. Tube, socks tube socks chip. I do they even make? Do people still wear tube socks I? Don't even know how many people what what what are tube socks will. They were regular white. SOX would go up just short of your knee, but at the top there be circles of of like. Two rows of like Oh you get your green tube socks on today, and it'd be a circle of green like an inch, and then there'd be a space a white. It'd be another circle of green. That was like an. You know what I'm talking about. Be there. You are tube socks. Tube socks as a kid. I wore a members only jacket to. I don't know if I wore a members only jacket with tube socks, but but I did. Let's go back to the phones. How about? A Springfield, tell me you're on seven hundred WWL W. No. I'm sending you know John. You know Actually. Yeah you can tell by the way. Walk yes and. Tight Shirt I. Sex Run. kind of tall, and they're not freeman to much. Yes. Yes, Oh good! Without the ads really good marking that down. Tell me I have a great weekend. Thank, you I need. Now is a little disco ball spinning around and I could do the little thing with I shouldn't do that. I'm doing that now. I've seen the reflection myself in the mirror and I'm trying to do a little John. Travolta like with my hands. My thumbs thumbs up is I'm doing with a the ball spinning around the floor. Lighting up and I'm wearing. My Miami buys jacket back. I probably. This is probably going to push the bounds of how you view me, but. This would have been about I'm going to say early eighties and. Corey? Hart was wearing his sunglasses at night. I would? I would pull my cholera. In the back and doing now and I would have done it with like an Izod or a Polo I didn't take the sweater and put it over the shoulder and like. Tired I didn't I didn't I wasn't that? Big A Dork I've a Dork I'm not that big. A DORK mattress may have been walking around the sweater tied around his neck like that but I I I I pulled the collar up. And what I put on the sunglasses. Away you could hear I wear. Glasses it. In the Morgan around the collar, maybe bothered my head a little bit. What is raw, man, I I you before you see Chris tweets all say I need help. That's okay. I'm I'm looking at everything I've written down here. What was wrong with me? What was I wearing it well, that's true trip brings it all back to the main central part of all. This I was just cool I wore acid wash jeans. Throw that. I do not wear leggings. I wrote down Leggings, not because I wore them because. Who was in flashdance? She warped judge Jennifer Beal Oh. She could. Yes, what a feeling! She could wear leggings. Absolutely we'll come back. Nick and Chris Paul and Steven Kennon Greg and Bryan. And I it appears this might be working a little bit more. I can't wait to see what sterling I got to think of the sterling, the stirling wardrobe back in the day I. Bet, he was a tube sock guy. You can see stirling tube socks. Yeah, totally aren't L. carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred WWL W. Eight, thirty seven seven hundred WWL W. Cholera Miami Vice coat on. Tube socks. My parachute pants. I. Out of this tweet, after I tweeted out a picture of a back back rock sweater that I were at one point, nate on twitter, says least shocking news ever now. What's that supposed to be that? That sounds like you're not shocked. And of course you wore a backpack sweater. Well, what does that mean? That was a nice? Those sweaters were expensive I? Mean those were like really high end like looking back I. Probably wouldn't wear it now, but those are really expensive sweaters. And Yeah I wore them so. That's a shot. Let's go wait a minute. He did what he had a. what Oughta. What? Let's go in ready Craig. You're on seven hundred wwl. W Lancet in the early eighties I lived in Los Angeles and I had a permed mullet. You We I- visualizing. I'm the WHITEST GUY in America. And? I had my hair permed and then i. let the back grow out long. I had a perm mullet. And and one more on the Don Johnson thing recently I was in I was in Nordstrom's, and they had these these linen jackets, but you could pull the sleep. Hiking up. Your elbow. And? I wore one one night with a t shirt. People thought I was the coolest thing ever. It was the Crockett couch tanks. But that was last year. So you know it's coming back. It's coming. It really never went out of style. Let's face it. You're the man have a great weekend. You that's good I. I my hair, I. actually eat this probably not surprising either. I kinda did the whole well I, people always thought I looked like Ralph Macho. When I was younger, my hair was parted down the middle and Kinda comeback on the sides, and always carried a comb in my back pocket. I was real like hyper, going to have a common, but not a brush, but comb my back pocket and my hair was. It would be I. DON'T WANNA. Say feathered I wasn't like Faira, faucet or something, but it was like party down the middle in combat on the and all your wrath maccioni from karate kid. No, I'm not. Let's go back to the phones, Fairfield and Nick. You're on seven hundred WWL W. Jewish. You have the. That you. And I wish I had Eddie here. Remember the parachute pants. That? If the company's name. Zoo Big. Box or something? I guess they had their. She accepts elastic around the waist. Last week. For the cuff shit. Oh. Oh. Yup Nfl all, yes. Yes or now are you thinking of the Zubaydah's? Are you thinking about Zuma's yeah? and. Them things. Apparent thanks. Thanks to look like would MC. Yes absolutely don't touch Donna and. I know you talk about weird things? Yeah. Maybe I need to call you back in a different high. Story about when. The. Alabama coach Bear Bryant Yeah. The coach of the NFL franchise that was awarded Cincinnati. White. You here. Yeah, if you can give it to me like a minute. Back in the nineteen sixties all right? The name of John We. Heard her name. I think he played pro football. I think he turney demanding. Stick get a franchise. To the NFL this is before. Bowl Brown because Cincinnati was gonNA build a stadium on call Riverfront Coliseum, not not the indoor place that would be original name of Riverfront, stadium the Coliseum. NFL. Franchises guy in he had connections with the money in Kentucky and because Bear Bryant Oh. Okay, yeah, he! He was named the teen haven't been. This type. Joan Amos down here. It was a freshman. Daddy. And The. What because the Cincinnati? Because Cincinnati named after. Senator. Hope along. Seven Rome. A. How about that? That We need like at ESPN thirty for thirty on that I want to hear more of that story. You. Have Now In sport show. You take. I will be curious now. Eight Nick. I gotta run thanks Buddy. Aaron from all right, thank you. Let's see I wore. I wore sweat-bands. Remember sweatband when over we played in like whatever we played. Pick up basketball in the driveway I. put on my sweat bands to be cool so I had my tube socks with my sweatpants out. And then later had remember the the the Shiny Adidas sweat suit. Thing that you put on Zip at all. Yeah, where that is well Dave and Chris, and Brian, as we head down the stretch, we'll get a check on this date in reds, history and put the wraps on. This hour has flown all over this nonsense of fashion statements. We've been a part of and I have revealed now. There's some nice look at sweaters I'm. I'm seeing on twitter. Oh Yeah! Those were the Coochie coochie sweaters I had a coochie sweater. Now those were really exp- back was expensive. Kuchi were like really really expensive. It's eight forty four. This sportstalk sterling will be in the House soon I can't wait to catch up on his fashion statements as a youth, a little young sterling running around the neighborhood, flashing fashion as we continue sportstalk Arnout carriers, a sports doc presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. Hundred W W. Turn the. Music tells us we're taking a trip back in time. Take a look at what happened on this date in reds history. Then wrap it up with your calls from the off the beaten path topic. We started on this date. In one, thousand, nine, hundred sixty six Leo, Carter Nez hits four home runs in a header against the cubs at Wrigley. He drove in eight. He hit twenty home runs that year, which was the franchise record for homers by shortstop until thirty years later when Barry Larkin hit thirty three, this state, nineteen, sixty, nine, the red, select, a highschool pitcher from Lynn Kentucky by the name of Don Gullit, they also get rawly Eastwick round three and Ken Griffey senior in round, twenty, nine, this state, one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three, the red stunned, the mets six five at Riverfront Stadium the mets scored three runs in the tenth. The reds then scored four runs in the bottom of attempt to win. It Johnny Bench with a three run homer state, nineteen, seventy four Ron oester the pride of withrow selected by the reds in the ninth round. They also took into twenty fifth round. A player name Scott Burke who did not sign with them. He went on to play football at Oklahoma. State. The bengals then drafted him in the ninth round in Nineteen, seventy, nine, I did not know that story this date nineteen, eighty-seven, trailing the Los Angeles dodgers six nothing after four innings out hit twelve to nothing after four innings at Riverfront, the reds rally in win eight to six Eric Davis. It's at three run home. Run to give him the lead this date. Nine, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two Jim Tara Bell, proposes the city build a new ballpark. Ballpark on the twenty two acre site that was going to be called. Broadway Commons oh man I remember talking about that very passionately back in the day this state, nineteen, ninety, four, the red score to in the night, tie the game against the mets at Riverfront and win it. When Jerome Walton three run home run in the tenth, it was his first home run in three years this date, two thousand ten. Michalik gives up one run over seven innings. Reds beat the nationals and Mike. leake moves to five zero. The first reds pitcher, starting pitcher to start his career undefeated in his first eleven starts. And this date twenty seventeen scooter scooter. Ginette Oh actually I'm one day ahead on that tomorrow is the anniversary I'll get all excited because I'm going to do a topic more related to it on Monday night after the weekend, but tomorrow's the anniversary of Scooter Janette. Going five for five with four home runs all right on twitter. You see Chris made my night. He has sent me a picture. He says Circa Nineteen, seventy six. It is a young you see. Chris I don't know eight years old navy sitting on a dirt bike. He has a tube socks on an wristbands on. That's a good look. And the look on his face is kind of like Joey biondi. How you doing mom, my dirt bike as an eight year old with tube socks wristbands. You do it. I'm getting paid. I got the best. Job of the world I'm sitting here at a Friday night talking about fashion and making fun of an eight year old you see Chris, is tube socks and wristbands. I find it hard to believe. Anybody's got a better than I do. Let's head here downtown Chris. You're seven hundred W. Grand talk good to hear from you. My question is the foot door a hat. NFL, who started the FIDORA? Movement was at Vince Lombardi when Paul Brown was Tom Landry. was on Land I. Don't know that's a good question. Should Google that I. Don't know the answer to that. Might be. Paul Brown could could've been ball brown started that. Yes, Paul Ryan He Warford Fedora because Paul would have certainly been before Tom. Landry came around as a coach so he he may have been. And always thought that was a good look to fedora on the head coaches. It's where Sherp look very sure very. Very Regal Very respectful. Look no question, yeah! Anything else no, actually I asked if he knew you know what I'm GonNa look I'm GonNa. Look that up and if I find the answer, I will check back reporting on Monday night. How's that Damon Wayans? Log Demand? Thank you appreciate the kind words. Yeah, it was a Because I mean Paul was wearing a back when he would I mean back, but certainly before the Bengals I mean I have a I'm appalled the A book about Paul Brown in in the photo on the front of it is o Cleveland Stadium, and he's on the sidelines, coaching the browns and he's wearing that without like a long like trench coat, and he looks very like powerful and respect fallen the sidelines, but I don't know the first coach to where the Fidora. How about? How about here in Dayton? Dave you're on seven hundred W W. Lance love this topic. Thank you I think we're shopping at the same mall. About every dollar I made delivering pizzas on checking and merry go round, yeah. I was there. Yes, Nagel and had the the Roger Plant or we? The kapor we had worked high skinny leather ties. I Wore I wore I. Thank you I wore. I wore the skinny tie with painter's pants. Painters where OB's Ocean Pacific. Pacific yes, Abo. OPEC all white, all white with the drawstring, and then the Polo with a pop-up collar Oh yeah, purple, a purple members only jackets. And then Dow with Ralph Lauren. Polo yes, I wore polo man. We're like twins or something scary. And and then. I found I think the identical, black and red knee brace the Jordan war where Nice roll down one inch of Iran. Fehmi I didn't have any problems I. Just wanted to wear like Mike debts. Be Cool though 'cause yeah! And and I was rocking the blond mullet courtesy of concern to get nice. Dave Great, weekend. You let me do one real quick with. Brian and in sterling gets the final word. Brian, what do you got? Heavily sure well down this. Thank you you, too. To things I'm a child of the nineties, and I'm also an Indie guy. I grew up with indy car and the indy five hundred ninety, our my heyday, I think also big baggy hammer pants. Hammer can't touch this. That was a good team. You guys rolling into the garage took autograph. Collars buttoned up to the top, and they're all of drab outfits. That's good young Morris Young Morris. Rolling ended a Toyota tercel with a bag parties in one hand zubec- zone or ham thought. The brand was skids. I can't tell you what mall store I got him. Rate that's awesome. That Like. The ninety s kind of. They don't really appreciate the hats of the eighties. Yes I think of the indy five hundred guys with these billboard signs tax on that. We're about three feet tall Aj. Whatever gas logo or sponsorship logo and then that turned into bengals coaches, sandwich script angles see did. A lot of the younger kids will pick of these days. He did That's good. Absolutely hey have a great weekend? I'M GONNA go out on a limb here and I'm going to guess. Sterling was a cargo pants wearing army boots. Guy I'M GONNA. Find out right now. Maybe a great combat t shirt on the go broke thanks. Brian Take Care Sterling is in the house. Are you okay as far as I seem like I'm not worried about you. Look convulsing second. Many fraud cramming so Gimme Gimme. A young sterling wardrobe what stands out is when I'm old enough lawns before it could work at the puck to make other money in heroin arena were vans, which goes back to this. This goes back to fast times at Ridgemont. Burbank is. Because, he wanted to be cool. Skateboard guy like Tony Hawk and all these guys back in the day skateboard. Yeah So there was that we also used to head or jeans. You'd roll them up and like Kharlamov yet. Yes, and one time when I had hair. Yes, I, let it grow nearly down to like the top of my. And then at one point shaved half of it also like like. May always wrong to get it neat and clean. You know had to be above the collar because I wanted to work there. You know they're not his golf ball. Do that a lot of leather jackets. Rock faves any members only jackets nine I talked about that in the parachute. Parachute never that cargo pants Peterson cargo pants later now the problem is. All about cargo shorts cargo pants, lot of pockets can't anything anytime I really need it. That's the problem I could see that confusing. Yeah, yeah, so that's really it. I mean, and that's I've given up on style I think that's. Radio Online. You always look tiptop. Cool, reds hat now there you go see I match i. met you Green Green. Shirt and green agree Nike Shirt and green reds, hats, grownup granules this really what I kind of how my closet a setup I have a rotation. And when when they're when I wear them once I get him out of the drier and then I'd put him at the end, and you just keep rotating, so you don't you know what I'm Tom Right there with you. Minds it. I just do that with a box of t shirts concert. T shirts I wanted. Be Cool like say Steven Tyler Jimi Hendrix unclearly. There ain't nothing but nothing cool about. I'm just trying to make sense of things you know by the way quickly Smitherman off yet. That'll be good. Stuff willy later on A. Goof off and try to you know. A little bit sounds good. Thanks Sterling! Your news is next week weekend. Everybody thanks for being a part of it are now. Carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred WWL W.

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Now sports talk on seven hundred, wwl, W Let's get to at six, Oh, nine seven hundred wwl w. this is sportstalk lot to get to tonight packed. Baseball got a little bit of boxing. We've got with the opening of bowling alleys PUTT PUTT in the batting cages. Today we'll do an Ode to that later on in the eight o'clock hour, and a couple of guests to toss your way, go front and center or leadoff hitter tonight sits any waits for the return of Major League Baseball and chance to broadcast another season for Fox Sports Ohio. Let's dog little reds and baseball and acting and the rules academy. The broadcasters challenge with from Fox Sports Ohio Chris Welch. How are you I'm doing great. That's a lot to cover land. You're up to probably yeah I'm I'm getting used to it? I'm try I've been finding things to talk about for a long time, so. So I take it. We've talked once before during all this. Are you still hanging in there I? Guess? You know. What we talked about. you talked about attitude. I hope that those that are making the decisions about Major League Baseball right now have the right attitude involve. Country could really use. spurts we could use live sports. It was fun to watch what was going on over the weekend with the Charity Golf There's been some other sport sporadically on TV but I think baseball would go a long way especially. Now that you've baseball is up in planning a little bit it would go a long way to kind of getting everybody all minds off of how the latest to thirty seconds ago. Update on the coronavirus Chris I ask you this the last time in Alaska again because I like to draw your pitching expertise. If in this this plan and I do air quotes. It's a three week spring training. Is that enough from a pitching standpoint in your mind? Yeah? They should be throwing. Won't Change your your level of expectation for what this baseball is going to look. I have a feeling. It's GonNa. Look a lot more like what it used to roll the clock back years, maybe even a decade or two. because. There's GonNa. Be More guys going out there with with your analytics with. Preparation time UH managers making more gut decisions because you've got something completely unknown, which is a half a season scheduled that if you get the Pie, and so it's going to be very interesting from that standpoint. Yes, I absolutely as be able to get in shape after nine. Don't be on the roster. Go ahead. Go somewhere in training until you get ready. Let's talk movies last over this past weekend. Chance debuted at starlight drive in and Amelia. Matthew Modine had on the show last week. Jake hurts but I had on the show. It's A. Locally based movie filmed here in the area I did not know until you tweeted about it. You had a rolling chance. Do Tell I do. Small Role Played Myself as a a coaching amateur baseball team, there was a art team play against chances to and There was a play at the plate and I went over, and and happened to be the game winning play and we want. To Talk Matthew Modine team a little bit. Kinda. Cheer them up a little bit and what? My byline started out to be almost maybe one or two minutes I think. They got it down about ten seconds, so they weren't taking any chances. Up Straight time. Tell you but Michael Bailey who he and his son row row, produce the entirely. It's a very good movie. It's about teen suicide about how things can just get out of hand for teenagers and I recommend you know from an entertainment standpoint. Yes, but also some educational standpoint I it is, it's a fabulous movie and a great tale. They did a super job on it. You know I in talking with Jay Kertzman. Last week, who plays at Sycamore he? He joked, he said. Matthew Modine taught him acting and Jake said he taught Matthew Baseball. What kind of sense did you get as as Matthew Modine in terms of a baseball guy I the sense that he was a little bit of a baseball fan, but I don't get the sense that he played a lot growing up so those are always the tricky part of a baseball movie. Actor. It doesn company now under. It doesn't come to them secondhand. is others, but hey as a coach. He's got great stage presence Modine does and you know. Stay back so many realize why. This guy's an actor and I'm not. Very interesting. It was great. We had him up last year. actually a couple of years ago now that we wouldn't. They feel mad and we put it We got him on the air, a little talking to the TV booth and it was really yeah. visit with him, and that gets him I've been a fan of his ever since you know joker. Joker and full metal jacket. Yeah, absolutely, we're talking with Chris Welch. Fox Sports Ohio Reds Baseball, a little bit of movies. Let's Talk Rules Academy I always loved that passion. You have behind rules academy in your your branching out. About the broadcaster challenge in WHO's involved in the latest episode of it, were you know? People involved in the baseball rules when I found out with no baseball. Going on are drying up. Even when baseball's going on, but with no facebook on other really care so. These couple of dry programs about the rules has some really great experts including Ron rock the REG official score talking about official score, and it really didn't get much run with it, not much tracked try to. Do you know what everybody likes to see people? Okay, so I wanted to put broadcaster versus broadcaster umpire to officiate, and actually guys jeopardy get involved in jeopardy type game category. Pick a number, answer it, and then move on, and so the first episode with. Rex, harbor who's the color analyst for the Kansas City royals played about ten or twelve years. Pell Schroeder who's a color analyst for the Milwaukee Brewers, both of those guys are great. They told stories about their career was wonderful when he had retired Ma- apayart John Hirschbeck. Officiating last week, we take one with Marty and Thom Brennaman and I'm trying to. It was. The old man and a young guy. Can Win. Top off Wei Grit. It's in his vanity. Sure Kentucky. He was the officiating home plate on Pyre and he cleared US up on some rules. Don't some funny stories about him. Being on fire and you know these things are only about thirty minutes. That one more like fifty minutes. We. We put it up on Youtube today. That's also on my website baseball. Rules Academy Dot Com had a great time doing it and Maureen Tom they were. They were just terrific. That is excellent. that is very in fact I'm talking with Tom Coming up in about an hour from now so I'm GonNa ask him I'm GonNa. Ask him a little bit more about that I I love. You. Got, Josh! He's going to saint. Martin. Extra next question right because who was about the hall of fame, and it had to do with them power. How many empires are in the Baseball Hall of fame? Question! He gets wrong, so I I can't have him have this. So I offered him a lifeline call to Greg Gibson. Who is on the same call us and? Get an answer to right. We already the points and Tom. What very happy about that? Is! Beautiful Great Hear Your Voice Hope to hear you call him baseball very soon and always appreciate. To Lance Let's keep our fingers crossed. Here sounds good. Thanks, Chris there. You Go Chris. Welch Fox Sports Ohio. The the rules academy, the broadcasters challenge Tom, versus Marty head to head a showdown all right. We are loaded up tonight Cam Miller the local filmmaker, coming up at six, thirty, five, his latest film on Izard. Charles we'll get his thoughts on that. Thom Brennaman checks in at seven o'clock tonight, as mentioned with bowling alleys, opening up today and PUTT PUTT and batting cages. We'll do an Ode to that later on in the eight o'clock hour. Talk with Todd McGill from Coleraine Bowling. Talk with our. Gaiman from King of Bowling TV Richard Skinner hosted for a time. At least a few episodes of King of Bowling TV he's going to check in at eight o'clock tonight. Take some of your stories as well. We best get to your headlines as we continue as well. Thanks for being here. Hang out for a while. We'll get sports talk till nine. It's aren't L. Carriers, sports dot presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred wwl. You come to learn more. Six twenty four seven hundred wwl W. Arnelle carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet I'm Lance McAlister fired up tonight. Glad to have here. We'll do it till nine and then Gary Jeff Walker serves up the nightcap from nine to midnight. Let me get you caught up on headlines because there's a lot going on, we start with Major League Baseball the owner Senate plan to the players this afternoon, formerly opening negotiations on the key issues for the start of the season to start by the weekend of July Fourth, the plan, three persons with knowledge of the proposal told USA. Today does not include the same fifty fifty revenue sharing split. The owners had agreed to two weeks ago the proposal instead. Instead includes a sliding scale of compensation, a major league bet networks John Hayman says the two sides actually talked today. The athletic reports the players were quote very disappointed by the proposal that includes massive quote, massive additional cuts, and that the highest paid players would receive according to report between twenty and thirty percent of their salary after having agreed back on March twenty six to take a fifty percent pay cut again. Let me stress this all of this still happening with the window of July fourth to start the season still open. They haven't missed a deadline. This would be and I'm using air quotes here. This would be negotiations when the July fourth deadline to start, the season is missed. Then I'd get worked up between now, and then you're choosing to get worked up. I know it's frustrating back to the headlines. The red should be opening three-game series with the pirates great American ballpark tonight it would have been game fifty four of the regular season I would have had Kelsey Chevrolet extra innings after the game NHL, the league, announcing today they will abandon the rest of the regular season. Season they will go straight to the playoffs twenty four teams instead of sixteen. If if they are cleared to resume, play the top four seeds in each conference would play a round robin against each other for seeding the remaining eight seeds in each conference would play a best of five series. They would do all this with two hub cities hosting the Games Columbus listed as one of the possibilities. Again this NHL Today if they can get clearance and clear the hurdles. With screening everything else, that is their plan to get back to hockey to hub cities, playing the Games and NFL who sports reports NFL head coaches could return team facilities as early as next week with full squad minicamps potentially on the docket for mid to late, June college football collectively, the conferences and television networks have agreed to an extension today for determining college football's early season gain times beyond the standard June the first deadline. High School Football quarterback Jalen Kit son of former Bengals quarterback John. Kit Not one a few old, announced his commitment to the Florida gators on twitter this morning. The three star recruit had multiple offers including Tennessee Arizona, and Boston College and Congrats Bryant Neal the former Xavier Thomas more women's coach takes over the women's program at Wittenberg today best of luck to him for everything else go to my blog. You'll find it at seven hundred wwl W dot com on the blog right now. I've gotTA look back to yesterday's anniversary of the reds. Reds the PADRES, dusty harangue and eighteen innings I. Have the weekend anniversary of the bengals franchise being founded. If you missed interviews last week for Matthew, Modine, to Doug Flynn to Pat Brennan, the Enquirer talking FC Cincinnati Dave Miley. The former reds manager, a chuck Weber, the former cyclones coach, and they anniversary of winning a Kelly Cup ten years ago, Rick, Green Cup of coffee, a reds pitcher in ninety nine or coli harvey among others, all of it always available in podcast form at seven hundred wwl w dot com all right. After the bottom of the Hour Kim Miller getting checked in and very excited about dad came has done a number of he's a local filmmaker and has done a number of projects involving the reds, but his project is on Ezzard, Charles the legendary Cincinnati boxer. We'll get his thoughts on that. I do want to, maybe before the hour is up. Get into a little bit more on what the NHL has come out with today and how they are planning to basically say all right we're. We're leaving behind our regular season. The remaining games will not be played. Here's our setup and the setup including doing all this the playoffs into NHL cities, then the back half of the seven o'clock hour we'll get into some bowling lanes opened up or at least able to open up to today air. Guy Todd McGill from Coleraine bowl will check in vic amen the king of TV bowling, and then Richard Skinner I kind of went down the rabbit hole today of King of TV bowling. And the site and it's a youtube channel has a gazillion, the old king of TB bowling, shows and man I'm why I'm watching all the hosts through the years Moran John Popovich. Did it for a short time. I got hurt George Vogel's voice on one of those Todd Donohoe. Fred Khalil Richard Skinner. Did a couple of those join us in the eight o'clock hour and talk about that, but let's do this. Let's get you caught up on the news of the day, and when we come back Kim Miller local filmmaker on his Charles, product or project. Is We continue? Our check on News Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred wwl, W. Today. Six thirty eight hundred wwl W Arnelle carriers, sports dot presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on lions, mcallister, Saturday walk and our next guest big fan of his work. He is a local filmmaker and writer and composer jack-of-all-trades He resides in Dayton, Kentucky. He's done over over like forty seven short films since two thousand at five, he's featured today at great piece by Shannon Russell and they have led by the way. He's done a project on the professional baseball team. That Covington Blue Sox with played in the Federal League back in Nineteen, thirteen, the nineteen nineteen world series crosby field, his latest project is on the legendary. Cincinnati Boxer Ezzard Charles from our on that pleasure to welcome in Cam Miller, how are you? I am doing well. How about you good there? I am fantastic is great to catch up with you. Let me do this for someone listening right now. Who who might have just said who was Charles. Give them the cliff notes a couple of bullet points about who Charles was well. I think he he was. Champion and to come from Cincinnati's west side, and to make it out of their back in the forties and the fifties and come out of that that environment. to to fight the likes of Rocky Marciano Joe Louis. He needs to. He beats with his idol. Did his story so fascinating that drives around town knows as Charles Street the road, but they don't know that there was a man behind that street name, and there's a reason why he was a champion. Of Work, of course, a lot of luck, but I just don't think that enough people know about his greatness, and I hope that I can do small parties and just Kinda. Give him his take me back three or four years ago. You're in Washington pirker drinking a cup of coffee and you decided it was time to do it as Charles Project. I'm sitting there. I'm having a cup of coffee. And as these two young gentlemen, and they're arguing one says hey, as a child. He's a musician. No politician and I'm just shaking my head. Thinking I want to go over their. Phone their fate, Google this is Charles, but I already had an idea about doing a film, but that really set in motion that aspect of it, and then watching the Dave Parker a documentary that was last year that got me really excited because of the westside connection that neighborhood that rough and tumble area that Kinda gets glossed over, and the the greatness that came out of there and other Charles is one of those guys, Tim. How do you begin researching guy who fought in forties and fifties and died? Forty years ago Thursday of this week, right? It was I stumbled upon a book by William Debt Lost. The ring, the Ring magazine and he has a fantastic book going through youtube, just watching clips. Just it was unbelievable how this guy who was known as a kind of a meek. He's really boring guy. I mean he was shot by Iran's and fights as a kid. He didn't want to be involved, but when you put him in the ring, he became beast and I think that there's a story there. You might have been boring, and you might have not had the glamorous the Mike Tyson esque! You know streetfighting. Donna but he he just woke up into this, vs when he got in the ring, and the likes of who he fought. It's unbelievable the local filmmaker Cam Miller checking in tonight for a few minutes his latest project as Charles I I loved and we traded notes this morning. When a boxer gets ready to fight, he has to get his mind in the right frame in and get going in to get in the right frame. You were buying things. On Ebay. You know how that goes you WANNA get it pumped up so I'm programs, ticket stubs and looking up things. What can I get? I'm trying to make t shirts, and then of course do that. You pay the rocky soundtrack yawning imaginary polly and the next thing you know you're in the zone and you're ready to go the Tigers last in. The right frame of mind to make much I. Love it now you were. You were already into this one in the pandemic hit. Talk to me about the complications there. Right I had scheduled some interviews that I wanted to do, but it's kind of one of those things. That's well this happened, but it it could have been for the best because it completely changed dynamic my film. I went for making this. You know typical last dance kind of documentary. You're talking to people about what happened in going into and just letting Ezzor tell his story. What did he want to say? I'd go through all the interviews I go through clips where in a radio broadcast where commercials and just kind of get a Bible where he was. Like kind of led me into a different style of film, not talking head approach, but more of let him tell his story. What does he want to say and it really let me just fascinating meeting avenues I'm just so thrilled. It's turned out. We're on the track to being done. Where are you in wants done? What will you do with it? I probably will be finished by the end of July beginning of August I'm looking at the end of August if showing premier, probably a Q. and A. Online, but maybe we can do something outdoors, depending on how things are at that point, but I wanna do q made from like I, do all my films and kind of get people together to of celebrate this whether it's online or virtual, or whether it's in person to kind of give him. Him His view that I think is long overdue. He gets a story told so I'll do that. I'll do a soundtrack that will come out hopefully in a couple of weeks if I finish it if I pump up the either Tiger Larry, they'll get motivated. Finish that and that'll be on spotify I. James and Whatnot kind of like the soundtrack to kind of get you in the mood because there's nothing like talking and music. They kind of go hand. No question I WANNA go back in time and a little bit, and for those who don't know the story I mentioned off the top. The COVINGTON Blue Sox and people have perhaps been too or heard me talk about justice in Covington owned by Richard Dickman, there is a connection there between the COVINGTON blue. SOX and you smoke justice and take me through that story. Well. I showed my film at the Cannes. County Public Library and unbeknownst to me. Audience was once or MR, Richard Hickman and and. He comes up to me afterwards and he's like you don't think about opening up this sports bar and I think I've got an idea for a theme. Well. Of course, he wanted me to do not. He's got the Pathak idea to name. It Walter Smoke Justice after the famous pitcher to pitch the Blue Dachshund opening day on May ninth, nineteen thirteen and I had no idea what to expect, but you can only imagine me going through the microfilm machines. You know those bad boys. Going through those in nineteen, Ninety Eight, and your fast born in your, that sound is still embedded in my head, and you're going through it and you and you and you get to this point where you discover the Blue Sox and then forward twenty years later and you've got this sports bar opens up. It has all these clippings of all these things you've found and all you photos. It's just surreal to carry on that tradition. That's the do is pass on things that people might have forgotten to. Remember what they did very well said for those listening who you have a youtube channel. You've got twitter. Tell them where they can find all this stuff. Came films I'm always tweeting them always sharing things, and of course my youtube channel had fallen my films which are free to do so during this time where you're kind of indoors and you have to hunker down. The film. Little local history that is excellent. KFI I always enjoy it Thank you for the time now. Let's talk again is That thing gets ready to come out all right sounds like the plan man. Thanks all right, take care there. You go cam- Miller local filmmaker, Dayton Kentucky resident, the work spectacular, and I cannot wait to the project on Charles one of the greatest boxers of all time. A Hall of Famer Ninety Five Win, Cincinnati's only heavyweight boxing champion. Champion and the the the story, the life and times a pretty amazing to think back all right. Let's do this Tommy. Brennaman joins us in the seven o'clock hour. We'll head down the stretch in this hour. Fill in some of the the details and the nuts and bolts of what the NHL has said today. They're going to attempt to do and a little bit more on Charles's. We continue its carriers. Sports talk presented by Kelsey. Chevrolet seven hundred WWL W. Heading down the stretch news time nine minutes nine minutes. It's aren't L. carrier sportstalk presented by kills Chevrolet. We love the iheartradio. APP is free. You can put it on your tablet. Your kindle your phone, your home computer and you can listen to sports. Talk wherever you are. They are checking and they listened to sports. Talk in clearwater and Saint, Louis and Fort Myers Winston Salem Columbia South Carolina Hello Ontario Ohio Sydney Ohio. They're listening in Cleveland. Richmond Virginia norcross Georgia Vermont Swansboro Carolina Hello Phoenix, Alaska Checking in Dallas, reporting in Fishers Indiana, checking in. Thank you for listening to sports. Talk, thank you for. For downloaded the IHEART radio APP. Following up on conversation with the local filmmaker, Miller and I loved I loved the story he told of why of what clinched it, and sitting in in Washington Burg Drinking a cup of coffee and overhearing a conversation and the argument about Charles. He was a politician. No, he was a musician and the ability to do a project to let people know who somebody was and not just somebody ezzard Charles, one of the greatest boxers of all time graduated from Woodward High School in Nineteen Forty two. He fought in World War Two and missed a year from boxing. World heavyweight champion beat Jersey Joe Walcott in forty nine beatty's idol Joe Lewis in nineteen fifty. His bouts with Rocky Marciano. These names I'm mentioning just iconic names in boxing. His bouts with Rocky Marciano are considered legendary classics. He's the only man who I've ever lasted the full fifteen rounds against mercy on Oh. He was friends with Ali. They were neighbors when they both lived in Chicago. Cam told me and some notes this morning. He had financial problems at the end of his. Life and it led to him working as a Bouncer at Copa Club in Newport. Even a brief wrestling career he died from Lou. GEHRIG's disease may twenty eight, the anniversary coming up on Thursday nineteen, seventy five. He was known for his slick defenses precision. His career record was ninety five wins, fifteen losses and one draw as an amateur. He was forty two zero. He turned pro in one, thousand, nine, hundred forty. Trying to think of their the things that stood out and look up stuff on him. This rate you know at the end of his career, he short on money. He kept fighting, and unfortunately it kind a messed with his final record, I think he lost thirteen of his final twenty-three fights to wind up where he did finally. He was diagnosed with the disease. Lou GEHRIG's disease in sixty eight. It affected his legs. Adventure left him completely disabled He spent his last days in a nursing home. He died in Chicago was nineteen seventy six at Cincinnati honored him by changing the name of Lincoln Park drive to as Charles Drive, and and that was the street of his residence. During the heyday of his career, he was elected to the International Boxing Hall of fame in Nineteen Ninety and Bert sugar who I would consider. The one of the handful of premier boxing experts in the history to sport Burke sugar was listed as Charles as the seventh greatest heavyweight of all time, and all that will come out in. Film form. Project for him from Cam Miller and I'm very excited about that all right? Here's what the NHL was trying to do today and this I add this because it. Don't want to say. It adds a template for Major, League Baseball, or the NFL, or the NBA and follow because they're all in different stages of this, but here's what the NHL announced this afternoon. Follow along in terms of the logistics for how this might play out. It's called their return to play plan. Twenty! Four teams were returned to play for the Stanley Cup at two hub cities later in the summer. They stopped their season on. March, twenty eight. They had played eighty five percent of the regular season. The regular season it has been declared over A. Hundred, eighty nine games originally scheduled for Merch. Twelve April fourth will not be played. They will resume and pick it up with the playoffs. Twenty four teams, the top twelve in each conference based on percentage points at the time, the game stopped. Now this is all contingent on medical testing. All of that being cleared as well early June. It's expected. The teams will be permitted to return to home facilities for small group voluntary and on off ice training that the next phase, not earlier than the first half of July. Formal training camps will begin after guidance from medical and civil authorities. Then twenty four teams in two hub cities compete for the seating round robin. They split it up to conferences. There's four top seeds in each conference those four we'll play against each other in a row. Each play other once. For the seating one two three four. The other eight teams have to play a best of five series. The to hub cities now being discussed, or they will send the NHL. Chicago Columbus Dallas, Edmund. Ten Las Vegas Los Angeles Minneapolis Pittsburgh. Toronto and Vancouver. So. Each conference is assigned a hub city with you have to secure hotels arena. Practice facilities and in market transportation. Now now you start thinking, wait a minute. That's a whole lot I. It'd be one thing to do at scattered across the country. You're bringing it into two cities where the NHL will play its postseason, but you've got to figure out who tells and the Arenas Andrew transportation injure players, not the entire League, playoff teams will be sequestered, they'll be quarantine so western in those cities for as long as they are in the postseason. Again, the top four teams in each of the conferences will play like got the city. One would have Boston Tampa. Washington and Philadelphia. Each of those four would play each other in a round robin. Whoever wins it is the number one seed two, three, four same with the other conference city number two. And then everybody else plays a best of five series to advance to the first round of the playoffs. Exciting in theory complicated I, I believe that execution, but it's a plan that they had been working on for a while that they will put into place if all the medical issues and testing can be clear. I think it's safe to say for League Baseball standpoint. It is an important. Week plus for Major League Baseball and look I get. I get the talking points I. Get the imagery. The optics I get it all. Nobody wants to hear anything that's going on. Nobody wants see how they make the sausage. You just want baseball, but understand this. If you're getting worked up about this. If you're getting angry, I've already read the tweets and emails today that the victory on the venom, no deadline has been missed. This is. The negotiation phase between both sides. I'd prefer neither side say. To anybody, so nobody in the media has anything to report about it of WHO's happy and who's unhappy, but ultimately no deadline has been missed. Major League Baseball's original plan was eighty two games starting the weekend of July fourth. You know what the plan is right now. Eighty two games starting the weekend of July fourth whether you like what's coming out of the two sides whether you understand or want to understand the negotiations whether you want to compare it to the average joe out of work, none of it matters because they haven't missed their deadline. If you want to get upset. When that deadline, if and when it is passed than I will be right with you, ranting and raving, kicking and screaming. But I'm I'm sorry I just can't make my default position right now to get worked up about it because this is the. Between the two sides. And they're working in the context of knowing the season is going to have to start July the fourth one way or another straight up top of the hour. Tommy Brennaman talks a little reds baseball. I've got job in the broadcaster challenge against his dad and I'll ask him about hosting. King of TB Bowling at one point as we continue Arnelle carrier sports dot presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred. WWL You. The following takes place between seven PM and eight. Let's keep rolling seven Oh nine seven hundred. WWL WBZ sportstalk carriers, sports dot presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. I our Chris Welch checked in Talk Little Reds Baseball. Let's Let's continue the Baseball Conversation I. WanNa Talk Baseball, I wanNA talk the broadcasters rules challenge I. WanNa Talk Podcasting and I think we're going to ask our next guest about his days hosting King of TV bowling as well because bowling alleys can open up today and all about current events, so it's welcome in the man behind the MIC podcast. It is It is new in maybe next. It's twitter and then Tiktok for our next guest. That would be Tommy Brennaman. Off. You are branching out if it's podcasting today, it's going to be twitter soon. Be Lance. There's no doubt about it. We all have to own. This thing and so you know while we been down per here. Rest came up with the idea. Hey, let's try something Jim Basin task him so What did I? Say. I felt that I think. Excited about the season starting, we'll get to that. You know you're in a minute, and and hopefully we'll be happening sometime soon. We decided to check in with other TV and. Radio announcers with other teams, and so we have blind Anderson from the brewers in Lancaster. The coach Gregg. Pirates Dan Macaca the goals and then just. chipper for the braves McCarthy that at least. Every and so as closer to answer, wondered about okay well. What's going on with the phillies? Or the cardinals, or whatever and It's going to stop those guys that really know inside. His they are fantastic listens. You can find him through reds dot com to go to reds DOT COM. Just scroll down a little bit. You'll see Tommy's picture. It says a behind the MIC. Click on it. You can listen away with that as the backdrop. Are you confident that we are going to see baseball this season? ORLANDO, hope so you know I I don't like everybody else but I try to look at things. Is grass have fooling around in the glass half empty and I'm not perfect on that by any means Out But. They're gonNA. Find a way to get it done I do know that if they don't get it done and wondering because. I. Think everybody would get whether it depends into. I think that there would be. Irreparable damage done to the game of Baseball and the sport of baseball as we know it I. Don't think it'll ever be the same ever again. If this incident stalemate because of money very well, said Thom Brennaman checking in talk, a little Radstock, a little major league baseball check out the podcast behind the MIC podcast. Go to reds dot com I had I had Chris Welch on an hour ago, and he levelled some scathing allegations against you. He said if I were to ask you about the broadcaster Rules Challenge Versus Your Dad. You would say and I'll quote him. He said you would say you were jogged. Would you like to respond no. I'm. And and I. Like a lot of. Head of myself. Certainly. Hundred five hundred. One question I I everything. I had the next thing I. Won't like. Per Usual? That is beautiful. It's it seemed like you guys were having a blast. Really cool if people haven't seen it, it's at based on Rules Academy Dot Com. That's Kris runs that website. You're not whole coach, which I was for many many years, warning to a high school coach or amateur, these high school, College Pearl there's there's different rules you know there's. Rules and it really gives you a great idea. Of being able to. It was my dad against. Symptoms on and Kentucky that was on. Her awesome job. It was really a lot of fun all right. I gotta ask you. Because today Ohio bowling alleys can open, and there is a website king of TV bowling and I went down the rabbit hole today, looking at a bunch of episodes from years past I found you tell me about your time is one of the hosts John, King of TV bowling. Single those days I was like twenty four was living over park and working at channel. Five is of against actor. Who over the weekend sports accurate? Guys like Jd Hayworth. Working the list goes on and on and on. It doesn't show. You're the guy that does it. Works was. You would get up at five o'clock in the morning on Sunday morning. Okay. You'd have to be at whatever. It was all. Because, it was such a hugely popular show was first. Cincinnati Cincinnati. They were never that show well. Jennifer Linke partners on it, and we just keeping that thing about six thirty in the morning with. Guys, that I've worked out the BALLPARK IN STRIFFLER JJ. All these guys on. The ball, but it would be. Opening now. You. Sir, taping these things at six thirty in the morning, and there would be fans packed with the place. Knock down a cold heat or fall. Thirty. Thirty. Eight. That's fantastic. Great so I never would happen. Is He finished? Eighth, thirty, And then I would do the. Sports and the eleven o'clock sports on Sunday. You go back home. You take our couple hours. Combing TV noon and there you were. Before. We have a lot of laughed about it. Now I'm sensing with that early of a wakeup call that limited the ability to run the streets the night before correct not at all. That's fantastic I. Love that. Yeah, my. The kids are fighting back the boredom, but they're you know they're they're. They're getting through it. Yeah. Our kids got final exams this week and so Done a great job with with that whole thing I don't. Know? There are a lot of issues with you know different walks of life, and where you are socioeconomic link and so forth, but we've been very lucky kids at stake. You know pretty focused, and and they've done a great job. Hey, one more thing before i. let you run and I heard. You referenced this a couple of weeks ago on the reds, hot stove, and and I wanted to to know more about it and I don't know that many people understand the impact. He had on you, but but take me back. You started to tell the story when you were doing reds games early on Eric. Davis kind of take you around the clubhouse and being. Like like a liaison or a mentor. Take me through that and how he helped you all. Ain't you know you're trying to get started and walk? In Cincinnati and Air was well known in the town, but You know I I was twenty two I was just getting on the year. Twenty. Three and one of my jobs is to go down to the BALLPARK before every game I've ever stadium getting to a couple of players series time doing live shot made me on the field, and actually he might come back. You Know Ten thirty eleven o'clock at night and gets different sound as we say is different guys after a game. and. House even though I think blessed FBI around a Lotta clubhouses or a lot of the biggest names, the history of the game, this was a whole new breed and for people. Whenever the Nineteen Ninety World Series team. There was A. To that pool that started in the mid eighties. Marking and Davis and Daniels Can Paul. O'Neil and Kurt Stillwell, and Christie boat and rob dibble norm to all these guys are coming up at the same time. And I don't know what it was I hear. for whatever reason and I am forever and thankful for that Guy People. Ask me all your favorite rep, and you can have one player. When you were a little kid. Everybody would be like Utah Lot flap. They're left on. The Left arm like joking that everybody played like Pea theatre. Try to that. Is Yes. Mike my you know career and trying to carve out a path yourself out about where I. Just I always loved him I still I won't see him. He's just a really really good man. Great Story, Great Story. I tell me Brennaman hanging out the podcast behind the MIC podcast. Go to reds dot, com, fantastic listen perspective around Major League Baseball Tom Great kitchen up I enjoyed this stay safe, and hopefully we can see each other in person sue. Thanks for having. Everybody out. Got Thanks Tommy. Tommy random checking in behind the MIC podcast. Reds Dot Com all and don't think for a second we are not talking about. The The King of TV bowling coming up later on in the eight o'clock hour. How about that? CD SETS SHOWING UP AT SIX thirty in the morning tape bed show on a Sunday with the crowd already there waiting to get in and drink and Huby. Out. A love it. We'll talk a little bowling as we get closer to eight o'clock tonight Richard Skinner. Who say like Dole host night? Richard Skinner who also hosted King of TV bowling. Going into the day is I. Start Mapping out the show. I Center I. Know This Ohio's reopening bowling alleys and PUTT PUTT and batting cages. I said I'm not paying attention. If I'm not focusing on at least a little bit on bowling alleys and referencing King of TV bowling that is coming up before we were done today. That was what seven nineteen Arnelle carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet, seven hundred. WWL W. dot com. Seven, twenty five seven hundred wwl wrol carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey. Chevrolet are nail carriers, your global transportation provider visit our L. C., dot com and Kelsey Chevrolet Open for sales and service with a new state of the Art Collision Repair Center coming in July. That was fun. Appreciate the time from Tom Brennan thanks for all the tweets. I'm Atlanta callister. We would love to have you as part of the show where it some sixty, nine, thousand, seven, hundred ninety, following along you, you can make it sixty. Sixty nine, thousand, seven, hundred, ninety one. When you tweet during the show, it appears directly in front of me. You can tweet out the show you can tweet around the clock. Atlanta's mcallister and barley corns presents it they are going through their grand reopening dining rooms, patios, or open at all locations, socially distant seating dining rooms at thirty percent capacity expanded outside seating areas with additional space, intense, right next to the patio visit Berlin Gorens Dot Com for more information by the way yesterday was the anniversary. And I bring this up because I. It's one of those I. Remember exactly where I was moments, yesterday was the anniversary of May twenty fifth two thousand eight game between the reds and padres and eighteen innings and dusty an errand, harangue. And I listened to the end of that game sitting at US Bank arena, watching cyclones playoff game. They were playing the LAS. Vegas Wrangler. And the Wrangler beat the cyclones one nothing to even their killick series at one, and I was listening to the reds on my headphones, because the intrigue of how the game would end in went eighteen innings almost six hours, the reds used ten pitchers that day, the US three starting pitchers that day and lost twelve nine Adrian Gonzalez hit a game winning three run homer off Edison Volquez in the bottom of the eighteenth. It over the first twelve innings dusty had used Matt below for four and a third, then he turned to seven different relievers in ran out of pitchers, so he turned. Erin Harangue in the thirteenth, and Erin had pitched two days earlier. And Erin through four innings. In this game. No runs struck out ninety through sixty three pitches and three days later dusty, started harangue on his normal day against the pirates, so he pitched for third time in eight days he threw two hundred and thirty nine pitches in that sequence and I. I would think Erin Harangue would tell you. He was probably I. Think he would probably. Probably tell you this that he wasn't the same again. That season somewhat argue he wasn't the same again. The rest of his career he entered that game with an earned run average, a three and the rest of the season he made eighteen starts with an earned run average of nearly six, but beyond that the fascination in that Game Corey Patterson that day went. Oh, for eight. A Joey votto double switched into that game in the ninth inning, it had three hits afternoon entering the game in the ninth inning. Adam Dunn homered off of Greg Maddux. Bronson Arroyo. who had beaten the padres? The night before had a pinch hit single with two outs. Thirteenth Paul Bucko the reds. Last position player pinch hit for Harangue and struck out with the bases loaded in the top of the seventeenth. The Padre struck out nineteen times in that game. Tony Clark who is the current executive, director of the Players Association Pinch hit of that game for the Padres, the two teams combined to throw five hundred eighty-one pitches, three hundred to reds, pitchers, two, hundred, seventy, nine by Padre pitchers, yesterday was the the anniversary back in two thousand and eight up next. Bowling alleys reopened today to ask Todd and McGill of Coleraine Bowl the challenges of reopening a bowling alley. Then after that will talk with Vic Ayman from King, of TV Bali. and Richard Skinner at eight Oh five tonight one time host of the King of TV bowling on a day, where bowling alleys reopened in Ohio is well, I cannot pass up the opportunity to talk a little bit about the days of King of TV bowling ahead straight news new bottom of the hour. We were at the midway point. Thanks for being a part of it Arnelle. Carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred WWL W. Seven thirty seven seven hundred wwl W, it's carriers, sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet by the way tomorrow night on the show to talk with the president of the Pensacola. Blue, Wa, WHO's Minor League Baseball team? Their stadium has been put up for rent an Airbnb you and your friends could rent their minor league stadium. Hang Out, there have a sleepover. Played Baseball on the diamond. They've got a suite for you. The Access to the PAT gauges. details on that tomorrow night coming up on sportstalk. Gary Jeff Walker serves up the nightcap tonight after us at nine, coming up at Eight, Oh five Richard Skinner from local twelve on a variety of issues, but focused mainly on. His role as host of King of t bowling. I can't wait because he had a mustache. That time and Like the background on that as well I mentioned, today is a big day because bowling alleys can open batting cages can open and Putt Putt. Golf can open at least begin to open in the state of Ohio with that in mind I thought well. We should probably talk a little bit of bowling tonight and I've got connections in the bowling community. A couple of guys I turn to when it comes to bowling stuff. Our next guest is one of those from Coleraine Bowl. That would be todd. McGill, how are you? I'm Lance. Our you I am well I would think your your emotions today are a little mixed one. The excitement that bowling can come back and then the realization like. There's a lot of work to do. There is always a lot of work. In this business for sure, but you know it was kind of cool seeing pictures from all around towns with the bowling centers getting open, and just getting some folks back out and enjoying what they like, and you know, and and having a casual time out on the lane. And out there having fun again, so it was definitely cool to see and you know it's. It's the way it should be so my understanding, Coleraine. Bowl is going to open, but his taking kind of a a slow. Let's get this right approach. Let's get everything in order and did not open today correct. That's correct. We've got We've got several kind of key events coming up and we're. We're focusing on them and doing more controlled events and tournaments and things that I basically A. Sort of a way of looking at it if You've kind of been a theme, but We've got a tournament. Our first tournament is going to be June the seventh, said I. Call Rain On that six thirty, and that's normal Sunday sweeper. That's kind of a a pretty hot ticket in Cincinnati around we, we usually get about one hundred and eight bowlers every week. That's the Max Field and we live in filling up every week for several weeks before we had to shut her down. So. We're looking forward to getting that one back on track and we may throw in a second one a week. Just to get everybody out there a couple of times a week into the tournaments. Todd give us. In general terms just. Give us. An idea of what has to now what bowling alleys in general have to adjust to adapt to or change at this point? The Bowling Alley capacities what they are. We're allowed to have fifty percent and then make sure we maintain our social distancing they'll. You'll find plexiglass up that a lot of them in front of the fronts ask or wherever it maybe in front of the bar wherever the folks are going to talk to the employees, employees are going to be wearing their face mask. Until we're told not to. and. Make sure that you know everybody feels comfortable. We want everyone to feel comfortable coming into our bowling centers. Across the city? Because we wanted to come back. And that's kind of the fear. If they come in, and they're not happy, or they don't feel comfortable at all. They're not going to so. A lot of the bowling. Centers are going every other lane. when they come into open play, so there's always are. Leaning between you or with the tournament play, they might have something in place where there's one person on the lane, one of the bowlers area and one back in the concourse and Kinda play ready bullying and keep their distance that way. Todd you know you know this bowling community. You have your finger on the pulse of the community. Do you get a sense there is? There's an inch to do it again at the community will eventually come back and rally around the sport in this town. Absolutely There's there's a lot of talk about it every day. There was a lot of talk about it every we were down. And I mean all over the state all over the TRISTATE people messaging people calling people sitting posts out on social media that they just want to get back out on the lanes, and they just want to get out and vote with their buddies, and they WanNa bowl tournament, and they WanNa. They WANNA, go out there and compete again, and it's there and you know this. The day finally came, or we can start a little out of time and. It's pretty exciting honestly. Todd as a you're you're a connoisseur of this sport around here? I'm sure you recall King of TV bowling back in the day. Absolutely I do what what what memories or moments come to mind when I say King of TV bowling. Well I competed in several times in my younger years. Never quite made the show. I was one one spot out of making the show at one point in time. and. So I mean I was out there every Saturday and Sunday beaten up with these guys and having a little fun but I had a lot of friends that were in there, and made the TV show, and I was one of those guys in there at six thirty in the morning. That's on was talking about. A little fun with them. It was really cool, very cool. Good deal for those listening who want more information of what's what you have gone on coming up in the near future and Coleraine Bulwark and I send them. Out We've got rain goal DOT COM or we can go to the sweeper page which gives you all the details. for upcoming sweepers and tournaments at. The PMT sweeper page on facebook as well as the Korean bowl facebook page. FACEBOOK AND KOREAN DOT COM WE'RE GONNA keep everybody updated and let them know what we got coming up. Sounds good talk. Right here in your voice great catching up with you and best of luck. Thank you very much landscape a great night for getting on the air? You got it. Thanks, todd, there. You Go, Todd. McGill Coleraine. Bowl we. We have a bowling theme developing tonight in our next segment, we'll talk with vic vic who created the the youtube page and the website King of TV bowling. What we're going to do, let me lay out from here to nine o'clock I'll. We'll do that with VIC. Coming up in a few Richard Skinner from local twelve dot com, and then might plan would be maybe at about eight twenty or so maybe towards the end of the show. Show to open up the lines and spinning off of the stories that Tom Toll Thom. Brennaman talk about king of TV bowling and Todd told about king of TV bowling, and what will add to that and what Richard will add to that? That would lead us into a little bit of bowling conversation. This is the day that bowling alleys and batting cages and Putt Golf in fact, skinny told me in trading text with him. He says why can talk about all three because I helped. Build the batting cages on Dixie. Highway and I played Putt Putt in Tulsa as a kid. said all right. We'll hit on all three, but my vision will be a little bit of bowling conversation. As we head towards nine o'clock tonight, we'll take a timeout. Continue really appreciate you being a part of the show tonight. We'll hook up with VIC. We continue its Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred. W. Moving up on eight o'clock at our way through a Tuesday night, thanks for tagging along the The News in ten ten minutes Jerry Jeff. Walker's in at nine tonight he will take united midnight. Don't forget tomorrow night. Reds hot stove at six o'clock, so We can hook up from seven to nine afterwards. We'll again. We'll talk with the president of the. The Pensacola Blue Wa who's the Blue Wa who stadium is on Airbnb now you can rent their stadium for a night details on that, and that will lead us into a much bigger topic. along those lines tomorrow night on the show, but we. We talk a little bowling. We talked with Todd McGill from Coleraine Bowl. Let's talk with the guest who? I WANNA say was right around this time three years ago. I'M GONNA say June of two thousand seventeen, and it's a long bowling line so I figured on a day were the bowling alleys could reopen? He would be perfect to hook up with an I will admit I, spent my lunch hour going down the rabbit hole of his of his website, and the the youtube videos over the years, and that's why I asked Tom Brennan about it, and why I will ask Richard Skinner about king of TV bowling coming up in our next segment. Let's welcome in the game. And how are you? Doin. It's an honor approval to be on. A great catching up with you. I understand we exchanged. Notes yesterday your your plan was to bowl today. Did you in fact bowl today? Yes, we did. We got the Madison. My, son. It was great to get out here the sound of those ten minutes so. We, we got out there. Enjoy the UH. The ambiance of historic Madison Ball. If could before we get into King of TV bowl and just kind of described the scene. People things that were were different based on circumstances. What was it like today? It's a completely safe environment. The gang out their mouths ball. They're doing a great job as most of. are going to be gone. you know they had all the. Teachers out there. place was pretty busy and we got this morning about business on our there for about two hours so. They got a great special. They're running eight dollars or For two hours. You know. I get a sense in talking with with todd earlier and with you now you guys know this bowling community. Do you get a sense? The bowling community is it kind of thirsting to get back to doing this and his going to support the support the sport again. They're chopping off the bed I mean they. They run some good things out there Korean bowl and the a lot of people out there looking to get back into their events. You know hats off to how they're doing a great job out there. You know. I felt included. You know it's it's just terrible been out for eight weeks and. These smaller proprietors they've been. Really battling the lack of incomes last monster, absolutely all right, let's get to let's get the king of TD bowling and I talked about this with you three years ago and I spent much of my lunch hour today. Just going from one video to the next on your on your site for those who who may be not aware. Maybe they're transplant, so they're gonNA. What the heck was! King of TV bowling described what it was. The tournament one around the Tri State area they qualify on Saturdays and whatnot and match on every. Sunday The winter each week would carry on as the king from center to center around the area so I. Mean if you one on one Sunday neck center. Defending gang and so on. And I understand. If if I remember our conversation three years ago, you would. You would attend that with your father back in the day. Is that right? Yes that's correct in my my dad was good friends with Kenny draftsman and really Snyder they all up North College Hill. See, as boys and he take their out wrestling. Who was a? Theoretical time, and ended up being a rep for Miller as well so you had the ends and algae play golf with all. To. Attack me along. So what? What made you want to put together a site with? All those videos for King of TV bowling. Just kind of started out as a you know. Have you seen this match? With. Video Sherifi Ron Barr started all out. He gave me a collection of to put out there. It's just. I'm a big fan of this show and it's just fun to watch the old style of the game. How many videos do you have any idea any guess on how many different matches or videos you have on the site? We're calling around two thousand. Yeah so. That's clear. We also have national on as well from. Tour which I might add the PBS then. Sharing a lot of our footage on their page and he'll be saved. Then you know taking advantage of a lot of the stuff to work putting out there for Arcot yeah. We're kind of helping out by putting this stuff out there. Everybody's joy and. Just in looking at the site at you, it looks like you're continuing to update you when you have videos. You put them up there, right? Yeah, as we get a man, people send me stuff weekly. ARAPAHOE! Gary Traffic Betamax eight milimeter reel to reel. Stuff people for free. It's just it's a hobby. I got and I. PUT it out there. I'm Mike Driving Forces for the. Now there's GonNa. Be Next question because I remember we. We talked about that three years ago, is there? Is there any momentum, are you? Are you any closer to convince somebody to bring this baby back and put it on TV? been knocking on doors or even emails McCall's. A matter of finding the right people to put the pieces of a puzzle together to get the happen, but. I'm not going to stop for. Keep backing away. Maybe, something will happen soon. Excellent for those who want to check it out, they it's all you can go to the Youtube page king of TV bowling or or facebook King of TV bowling correct. Yeah that's. Right You your facebook. Vic Great catching up. I'm glad we could tell the story and keep in touch I. Want to see these baby back on TV someday because I five. The website fascinating I was watching. I stumbled into the video of of an exhibition type. Thing on Fountain Square with Mayor Lucan Bowling back in eighteen, eighty five and I was fascinated by today at lunch. Yeah, that's correct. That was here by Chuck Martin. private sipple. He has contributed a boatload of contacts within the last. I'm. Still working on a lot of stuff right now actually. Speaking about Richard Scare. People in the northern Kentucky how `Bout! Lawson productions and whatnot they did that and then the tournament. A lot of other Kentucky content is what I've been working on lately, but. I love it. I love it a victory catching up buddy, stay safe, and now let's talk again soon all right. Thank you. Thanks there you go game and King of TV Bowling Richard Skinner and his role in that coming up, and then after skinny will open up the phones and take some calls maybe to round out the hour or so I think we can have some fun with that by the way along the lines of this, this is just beautiful I don't know if you have kept track of all the different. Each sport game the video games going well. Daniel Apt abt Daniel apt has been suspended from the Audi, formula e team after cheating in a charity e sport event over the weekend now these are video games simulations. YOU NASCAR's done. It would drivers. Apt was disqualified from the online race in order to pay ten thousand dollars to charity after it emerged that he arranged. Get this for a professional Gamer to race under his name in the official eastport race. So they formula e team research over the weekend supposed to be the drivers. He hires a ringer to take his place. Apt to issue an apology, saying I did not take it seriously as seriously as I should have his ringer, a pro Gamer by the name of Lorenzo Hers Zing was disqualified from all future rounds of the separate challenge grid, Gaba division rival drivers had been suspicious about the performance during the race with a Mercedes driver, raising concerns on his twitter account. Today Audi issued a statement. Saying apt had been suspended from his role in the team due to his actions. There now cheating in the sport games hiring ringers. To take their place. When we come back Richard Skinner his mustache back in the day and his role on King of TV bowling, and then you better believe I'm open up the phone lines for some of your stories and memories of Bowling and King of T. Bowling on a day where the alleys go open in Ohio, it is straight up eight o'clock that makes it news time on the home of the rat seven hundred wwl w. The following takes place between eight PM and nine PM. Let's keep rolling eight seven hundred WWL W. This sportstalk I'm Lance McAlister. Thanks for being a part of the show today. If you missed Chris Welch earlier if you Miss Thom Brennaman not in podcast form available now at seven hundred wwl W, dot com on the podcast page through the iheartradio, APP just searched my name, and all the interviews shows and. Individual interviews become available I figured today do in this period of time you take advantage of stories presented to you when they are presented because there hasn't been a whole lot, and when I saw over the weekend I'm a lot of the show and I said all right Tuesday's today that bowling alleys are allowed to open it Ohio Putt. PUTT is allowed to open and batting. Cages are allowed to open I said well then I'd be an idiot not to talk about that. In some way shape or form so over the weekend I'm watching King of TV bowling, the the website and all the youtube videos. Just going from one video to the next seeing who I recognize and I recognized our next guest now. Initially I was caught off guard because he had a mustache kind of a Tom selleck back in the day mustache and I said wait a minute that is skinny. I've gotta get Richard Skinner on the show tonight, and if I'm asking Thom Brennaman and about his days hosting King of TV, bowling, I've got to talk with Richard Skinner about that and his days as a bowler, and he offered up earlier this morning while also talk about batting cages and Putt. PUTT, so he's a well rounded guest and we welcome in from local twelve dot com. Said Richard Skinner. How are you? I'm doing great. It was great fine for the people that sound that that video from the. We did kind of a BP. Bowling. Alight Northern Kentucky the Miller lite stars of TV bowl and into the Pepsi Stars of PD. And we did it at the Northern Kentucky houses, and as someone who grew up an Aficionado of the BPA king of TV bully, I was more than honored in my early twenties. Does that show and I love? It enjoyed it then. Yeah, I di Rock, the mustache affect your getting the Nike. You will find this shocking UC. Chris tweeted and said make sure I. Tell You it's a god awful mustache. That that's the core. You look so hurt and you're right. y'All all looked like Tom selleck. Like Tom selleck. That's right, so so how many episode how long and how many episodes did you do? Three or four years of it something loud. It was a lot of fun. I love bully. I grew up bowling. check bushman delete bushman. Who was the Communications Director Airport ran a cable company sports organization. Jeff I. Did Thomas More Games for them back in the day? so I was so grateful that he let me come my doing some of that kind of stuff. When somebody somebody got four or five months ago and send it to me, I couldn't laugh. I thought. Wow, look at you. Look at you and so am I. Understanding correctly were there were there dueling? There was an Ohio show and then a northern Kentucky where they're two different bowling shows. What was a very cable access oriented show, and the other one was on first channel nine, and I could get time on Earth Thom Brennaman on, and then on channel five for a period of time, and that was the. King of TV bowling that was the that was the main one, but the one. He was still a very good show. I mean it just. It was very Kentucky senator was. Cynical. They get over here to Super Bowl in a couple of lanes. In Kentucky but pretty much Our Show was very northern Kentucky Center so yeah. I call it the king of bowling. Light and it was fun and you were do I. Understand this correctly. You were an alternate at one point two to actually bowl on the king of TV bowling on junior star of the king, the King of TD Bowling back in the day. There was some really good young Bowlers I. Think our Home Rob. Carpenter I believe you're Rob Korea. I believe. He was a very good Bowler del lanes I could be wrong. You could ask him that. One guy named Greg Lousy and a guy named Oscar. Gold for the traveling team at Super Bowl and So what a bunch of US would do was we would go try to qualify for the for the King of TV Bowl Katie alternate for the junior year in. The same was a Great Lake Jack Moran won't. The host of. The show and when you were the alternate, you're also the score keeper. When so the shows were taped in, so I went home and I'm outside 'cause. Jacqueline is going to say my name. So awesome. To say my name. Wrong scorekeeping this week Dick Shiner. At the time you may recall and you're. Obviously there a quarterback in the US L. at one point five dipstick? Shiner Jack. The Tuesday and kind of confused my name with that so. I, tell people forever. That is beautiful. That is so Tommy Brennaman earlier was telling the story of a Vei taped at like six thirty on Sunday mornings, and the place was packed with people already drinking hugely. When did you guys tape your show? We take. But not much it was it was fairly early I was say late boring on Sunday Kennedy something lines. And I can recall item neighbor up the streets in Florence. A guy named break. Who was a time? He won a bunch of weeks in a row and I would go with a couple of other friends neighbor we go watch him, and I remember the first time he talk Popovich Just come town. Pinch host, you and I can remember going to skip death. What's getting that episode is on the King of TV Bowling Youtube. Pay I watched that episode. There you go. So, yeah, I fell in love with it then all right well. I mentioned how well rounded in well-versed. You are on what is happening today. You mentioned earlier, you you. You were part of building the batting cages on dixie highway? Yanni McCain and graduated from doing rear windows to being the finisher. To the Fisher drove the car that. They decide. They're going to build a batting cage back there so one day they decide to take a couple of his off the line of. The car wash. They just need some some Labor to go. Do it and said Your money your fault and so there I am having no I. Would I'm doing? It was such a hot day would porty asphalt period of time. Then you have to step both your feet into a bucket of cold water to cool them off so I ruined a perfectly good. What I tried, but whenever I drive by Janis Wash, I don't get my car wash. They always have still respect plays, and well the place the people and look to go. I actually help build that thing I'm I, and I can't see. I'm barely can change a light bulb, but I somehow. Three days summer. ASPHALT? Cage. Our. Guy Chief is listening right now and you know he's muttering under his breath. What a bunch of losers! Money you're not taking right? Now to around this out I I'm trying to remember. What is your experience at Putt? PUTT other than just playing it was there any. Is there any story behind your PUTT PUTT to complete the trifecta of openings today not to give my complete back on my life, but I was born in Cincinnati. and. Time and my dad works at airline, so we moved to new. York a couple of years. Pulse Oklahoma my fourth and fifth grade years and in the summer some PUTT PUTT was a big thing, we're talking. This is early, seventy, seventy, three, seventy, four, which now makes it sound, really old. But one of the MOMS or my mom would take to cut there in Tulsa on like one day weekday would have an all. You can play for a certain price. I mean they'd have contests today. An as tournament one you know you, only you only can make an year or tournament, and and so throughout the day we play until about one o'clock, and I can remember this I guess. My mom gave me just enough. Money you across the street to Arcelor creatures. And, then we come back and play some more. Picked up, go to baseball practice and do all over again the next week and I'm sorry, not mentioned mention is the real PUTT. These are like the orange, the orange rails like legitimate Putt Putt like TV tournaments on Saturday morning, but but. When they started doing that I kept thinking man ambush seem. Really not obviously but. I that was that was a lot of summer policy was. Going to? Going and doing baseball practiser game, and then we had a pool in our neighborhood. Right next door school and we go to the pool until Dr in May. Try to do it all over again the next week. You're beautiful. This was perfect. You've managed to hit all three openings today, and that is I got you on he is Richard Skinner. Check him out on twitter at local twelve, skinny, local, twelve, skinny and radium at local twelve dot com. You're the man. This is fun I. Appreciate it. Thanksgiving. Richard Skinner checking in from local twelve. Let's do this I'm hitting the magic button. I'm opening the lines for the first time tonight. Five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight hundred pounds, seven, hundred on at and T. Bowling alleys open today in Ohio Putt Putt and batting cages. Let's do an Ode to all three. If you have stories in tales of King of TV Bowling, if you bold today. A batting cages or see what I think of Putt Putt. Saturday morning tournaments and I think of Sterling Sterling worked at a PUTT PUTT. Course I've heard him. Tell those stories you and me along those lines five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one pound, seven, hundred on at and T. I sat today at lunch, and I watched episodes of King of TB bowling I wrote down locations and host of the show and various bowlers I will give you some of those names as we continue and I invite you into the conversation next Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred wwl w. Eight hundred thousand five seven hundred wwl w. our now carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet I'm Lance callister. In Odu to mainly bowling I certainly understand the the connection and the passion behind it in this community, and I thought it only obvious on a day where the bowling lanes are allowed to reopen, not at all are doing it today that we spend a little bit of time on bowling, and and sparked by the conversation with Thom Brennaman about king of TV Bowling and Richard Skinner and and Todd McGill and vic aiming to invite you into the mix I would highly recommend if you're on facebook or just go to YouTube. The King of TB bowling W- site with videos and I watched I jotted down today. competition from Western bowl. Super Bowl Erlanger Coleraine. Bowl. Hide hides lanes on. Chevy, Road Madison Bowl Waltz Center Lanes Cherry Grove. Lanes bellwood lanes stumps lanes North West lanes larue lanes. Host from Jack Moran. Thom Brennaman John Popovich slamming Sammy Coleman. Todd Donohoe I believe I did not see him actually on the match I watched, but I believe George Vogel, was the host of one of these Fred Khalil, Steve, Physique Jennifer Klay Camp I watched her co hosting and I watched her bowl in in one of the episodes of King of TV Bowling Bowler such as Regis Calabasas. Jack Sills Allen Runkel. Donahue's Greg Lowthian. Wally Studer names ring a bell. Did you ever compete on? King of TV? Bowling, you remember the show you're welcome. At Five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one and pound, seven, hundred at and T. have. We. Go here, Steve. You're on seven hundred wliw. I remember L. Classic Bang us out. I think it was that Western hills because I live up. I was in Dayton at the time and we go down there and bowl neck. I think I lost him yes. honky classic originated in Nineteen, forty, three during World War Two and it's my understanding. That that will start up June the fifth. I think so one two three four five lines open at five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one and pound seven hundred on at and T., Steve. You're on seven hundred wliw. You Don good. Thanks for calling. I don't have a king of TD. Bowling story but I've got a good bullying in golf and Cornwall Story. So my brother and I ever year competing and Ironman of event. That's to me and teams. And we start with three games bowling in the morning. Do eighteen holes of to me and scramble golf in the afternoon. Out KORNEL. Liked that. And you get points for each event depending on how you finish, and my claim to fame I guess is. The year my brother and I finished in first place in a field of forty five to ten teams. How `bout that I never heard of that? Yeah, so we do Gilmore you'll more bowling alley plug for them. they treat us right, and we have that events every year and typically do glenview for the golf and then finish up a cornall. Century in or some other place right for baby. so didn't really tie into your king CD bowling, but we were kind of King Bowling. Dolphin corridor for one absolutely. Hey Steve thanks for listening. Thanks for the call. Thank you? Let's do this afternoon. We'll continue this maybe for another segment or so look I will not pretend to be an expert on bowling I'm not I'm fascinated by what I've watched in leading to King of TV bowling. and. That is for you on a day. Where the bowling lanes reopen, that is for the bowling community, and maybe we'll do it for another segment I've got on this date in reds history at eight fifty, but certainly opportunities for another segment. I watched Chris Lube today I watched George Barlow Jim Massey Ray Taki. Peres I think it was bill Heflin. Jim Boeckler Kerry. Logan Eddie Jackson Steve Fair. Ron Horton Compete Millie Elliott Sandy. sexton Julie Pruitt I watched a Robin Boskin Pam was Xinchang I I believe it. was. I watched Regina snodgrass today? Alan Henderson Against Don. SIEG I I think it is apologies for the pronunciation I just went from one match to the other today. Doug Carol. Bob Perry run Boehner Bonnard. Bonnie bowling which I found perfect because. who better to be a bowler than somebody named Bonnie Bowling and I believe her husband Don Bowling. competed on King of TV bowling. His well Vicki Kesselman I think it is in the the video. I found from Fountains Square was nine, hundred, eighty five, and it was an exhibition promotion for the PBA Super. Bowl senior tour I believe it was, and they set up lanes on Fountain Square. And the lanes were provided from Princeton lanes after a flood and I guess the the lanes were a bit warped and they weren't gonNA. Use them anymore, but they used them on Fountain Square for this exhibit. Your stories as we continue. Let's check news bottom of the hour a couple of open. We'll run this to the top of the are earn carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred WWL W. Eight thirty eight on the no seven hundred WWL W. it's Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. Arnelle carriers your global transportation provider. VISIT OUR LLC DOT COM Kelsey chevrolets open for sales and service with a new state of the art. COLLISION REPAIR CENTER COMING IN JULY GARY Jeff Walker coming up top of the hour with the nightcap from nine to midnight. You and me between now and then, and we'll add in a on this date in reds history coming up at about twelve minutes, but we have a phone conversation to work towards for the first time tonight. Let's go here in del Hi, Rick, you're on seven hundred W W welcome to sports talk. Lance, how are you? I'm very well. Thank you for calling. What's what's on your mind? Well friend of mine. His father was on. EPA King Bowling quite a few times. Action, he was a mail carrier for the west side from Bridgetown. How about that? They probably bowl out of Western ball and stomps, and maybe glenmore. And another friend of mine and I grew up with kids. was either his brother-in-law, or a cousin was tragically killed in a car accident up at Taylorsville reading and seventy five, and like five three hundred games. Yes and matter of fact that his daughters both got scholarships for. Tat. Yeah. Yeah, the Cantor family was bowing family Nice Nice. Eddie Jackson. He was a mail carrier and he was on Bpa King of quite a few times, yeah. All the matches I watched today I. I wrote down his name so I saw him at some point. That's That's very cool. Rick I appreciate Sharon the story. All right, thank you have a great night. I love jewelry like that. Oh, I slipped in my apologies. And I'm thinking the like the the the payout. It's not like thousands of dollars. You. What wh- what would have been like two hundred and fifty bucks advanced to the final five hundred. Somebody knows a pay scale of what it would should've asked any or Tom about that, but you know the standard like the check presentation at the end, and if you advanced, you got a check in advance to the next round, but I the thing that blows me away in as Tom mentioned if you did if you did weekends at that time on Channel Five were the guy who did the the. The King of TV. Bowling them where I mean. We're talking about heavy hitters here a Jack. Moran and John Popovich in Todd Donahue. I remember Todd Donohoe for time out for Trivia. Tight out for Trivia. was like a TV game show and Steve? physiques early did reds, Games and Fred? I remember. Fred Khalil because he did sports in Indianapolis at wish TV for a time and I want to say. Did did at some point during the years of King of t-boned could Nick Clooney of Don King of TB Bowling. Did I that I remember that from that from the notes from a few years back because I was always blown away by the names and faces of those who were attached to show that ran from what late fifties up to up to like two thousand nine I loved seeing come back. Let's go back to the phones. How `Bout here and Rod? You're on seven hundred. WWL W. Welcome to sportstalk. All sure a couple of names that nobody's really mentioning with the three lady that ran it for quite some time. With both believable then went to Michelle harbors and chaffee box. Heard Women that were in charge of the whole thing that really every weekend all right, another name was as. Was? On the show yes. Yes, in fact I saw I saw him do a couple of the episodes. I watched today absolutely. Quite some time, but they ask. Seven fifty. If you were to kings, seven fifty for the king am I to come back then. They changed it to a thousand dollars later on, but you didn't get to come back later on. Episodes. I, like it. I'm writing all this down. Appreciate your listening. Thanks for the call. Right have a great night I like the stories I like the background about Somerville would go. Stephan on seven hundred wwl w welcome to the show. Very good. Thank you thank you I grew up in Westchester? Fairfield and my parents. I'm sixty, so we're going back, but they bowled all the time and so I got. When I You. Build. More Oh Coma Now more, but it was hoping lanes there all right okay, and then they had to show their and then pretty darn sure they did it at personable at Tri County also. We. We always went to church on Sunday morning, but when when the bowling was at those places we went to that and it was very very early. She had to go and it was. That must have been a really cool experience. When you're little, because then we would turn around. Come home and watch the watch it on them. If we. I don't ever remember being cold because there was plenty of people that showed up for those things and. Greenlee Popular and I'm hoping we go bowling this weekend so assalants. Win So, but it was a huge. Deal and it would be neat to see it. Come back out. That's good stuff, Stephanie. I really appreciate you calling tonight. Okay. Night all right I. Want see come back on TV. I can't believe there should be you know what there should be. There should be A. Show I. How about a weekly bowling? Show on the radio is well? You could do it down that island fifteen thirty, it would be called strikes and spares Saturday strikes and spares the greater, Cincinnati Bowling seen on ESPN, fifteen thirty, and the engineer would be in the producer would be a big day. The sheriff every Saturday, but it could air from like seven to nine am every Saturday, and it would be the the four one one. The WHO what when where? Why are the bowling seen three hundred games that week interviews with the bowlers upcoming. Guest appearance by Todd, McGill, and vic, Ayman, and everything else I like that strikes inspect. What would you listen to all Saturday? Morning Strikes and spares on ESPN, fifteen, thirty seven am to nine am. I'm an idea guy. I got a whole bunch of things rattling around my head up here independence, we go. Jim You're on seven hundred, W, W welcome. They Lance how you doing I'm very well. Thank you for calling here. They have a personal bowling story air routine. So this past year's Eve. gotten older. Get together friends and they're trying to do something earlier in the day not to be out late and that kind of thing, so this year decided. Let's all go bowling because it probably hasn't been and maybe fifteen twenty years since then mold and it if the heyday average probably like sixty five every guy. Okay. I got a set the stage for you so. We went to Cherry Cherry, grow bowling alley around beach long. Yeah, and they have. They have like two hour blocks of time. You can sign up for and so we went from a mountain I was like six or something like that. So when we get a pretty or not pretty, but include the pizza some during such. So born first game and I kind of got the cops busted off I brought my own ball. Everybody else else's using the PSYCHEDELIC. and. Game, might start out strike. Right. Right. Right. Right. Right. Right. Right. Man Audit out. Well about sixty to it. Felt like Tom, Brown and Nobody talk to me. Nobody was sitting by me. I started this routine. where I would do exact same thing. Every time I take a sip altogether each and I drive my hands off got started this. Got Tried to get in the zone. Well after I ate. All of a sudden up on the screen was a countdown. Two minutes all. Whole. My friends frankly go up there. He was doing here. They're gonNA. Shut the lanes off. I'M NOT GONNA no. He went up and he had this look on his face, and he didn't say anything like. Oh my God. It seemed to mind, so I get to the night and. You know. By them. and. I I gotTA spanning none. So I went up and I said. You know hit eight. So well, we would electric finish. I wish I would have meant that what? This is not after not bowling for about fifteen years eight in a row, it was unbelievable. What a story that's! That's good man. I'm glad you called that tonight. Jim Thank you okay all right good night. I can't give me that love. All these stories head down the stretch. Due on this date in reds, history grabbed Stephen Lawrenceburg. Heck, I could grab you. Five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one pound, seven, hundred on at and T. on a day. Bowling alleys allowed to reopen in Ohio, in Ode to Bowling in the Greater. Cincinnati Kentucky area at seven hundred WWL W. The music signifies one thing. Tom Check out things that happened on this date in reds history, we begin in eighteen, eighty six. The reds lose to the athletics on this date in Philadelphia eighteen to ten. They committed seventeen errors that day out. This state, one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty five. It was Ruth Day at Crossley field reds win six to three over the Boston Braves in front of Twenty, four, thousand, three, hundred and sixty one. Babe Ruth's first nationally game in Cincinnati, he went over four. He had homered three times a day before in Pittsburgh over four on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred five at cross late. Nineteen. Forty two frank, McCormick has his consecutive game streak of six hundred and fifty two straight games, and he said at the game with a muscle issue in his back that to this day remains the second longest consecutive game streak in Franchise History Pete's at six, seventy, eight Frank McCormick at six, fifty, two, nineteen, fifty-six on this date Johnny Klipstine in two other reds, pitchers spend nine, a third hitless innings, versus the braves at County Stadium but Milwaukee rallies in the eleventh and wins the game two to one out. This date in one thousand nine seventy pedro or bone nearly starts a brawl what it was in his debut with the reds. The reds were swept in a double header in San Diego more bone hit nate Colbert, the benches nearly emptied, and Pete rose held more bone back and kept a brawl from ensuing the state nineteen eighty-seven Dave Pirker. Ninth inning home run at Riverfront beats the cubs three two to Bob. Dernier went up against the wall, leapt caught it, but when he banged into the wall, the ball popped Atavism mid over the wall for the game winning home run. This. Let Me Backtrack Nineteen, seventy five. The red swept a doubleheader against the expos at Riverfront Stadium. They'd won six in a row. And this was the moment. The big red machine really started rolling. They would win forty one of fifty in that stretch those two doubleheader game the Games, they lasted two hours and twenty four minutes two hours thirty one minutes on this date nineteen ninety reds over the expos five three Berry Larkin at a two run single in the nine to win it. Twenty nine and ten on this date about nineteen ninety-three three, Tim Belcher member him tosses a one hitter to beat the braves at riverfront forty nothing. The loan braves hit dion. Sanders doubled in the first inning. That was it. And on This Day two thousand twelve reds beat. The rockies tend to three at great American ballpark. The relievers, the hoover. La-, cure on drew's and Marshall. Spin five and a third shutout innings to bail out Mike leake Miguel Cairo homered Chris. Highs E homered and Ryan Ludwig homered and the reds ten three win all of it happening on this date in reds, history all right through the phone calls quickly. Let's go here in Lawrenceburg Hi Steve. Are you, Sir I. Am well. Tell me a story. So. Sorry I'm from South Texas originally. Used to come up to very high on the summer. GotTa Watch a guy on him a Nick Pogo saying okay. Who maybe start both. You know the story about Nick. Nick wasn't a bowler. Nichols pitcher went to Florida state because they're out a shoulder. McCain Bowler S. thirteen. Thirteen rings in one LAS. Vegas shooting I know. Got To, work with him at Lawrence. Perk Chevrolet back in the day. And you talk about a trooper that man I had molded fifteen years, and he brought me back the polling. He probably pretty suspenseful. You've. How about all because of a baseball injury? How about that kept molly man? Hey, Steve, thanks, Buddy, appreciate your listening. Thank you, squeeze into more. Hamilton gene welcome to seven hundred W. W sportstalk talk. Hey how you doing, I am well, thank you for calling. I gotta say it was a great feeling to get back out on the lanes today I went out to North West lanes and I both five games. How back? To to all five game. That's not bad. You got a long lay-off. That's your role today. Yeah! I. Can remember my my grandfather. I got me back into bowl, and he would go down to Columbia bowling with all his buddies from champion, and he'd take me down there, and he'd set me up on the lane. You blamed the and give me a ball and say that, and that's what y'all. Nice! That's a good story gene. Thank you for sharing tonight. I would definitely do Ninja that striking spare show too I thought that was a good idea. Wasn't it great idea I? Don't see what I can do. Thank you, gene. I have a good night one more. We can get the final word in Cincinnati Jane. You're on seven hundred WWL W. I tell you a quick story. One Weber! basketballers that ever bowled in Cincinnati. I I recognize that name. A TV when he was nineteen years old. I'll tell you my quick story. I started dating dating for a bad year. I really didn't know much about blowing. Over to Montgomery, they were blowing the match game for the state over there, and he walked in with me and we're talking. Is I'M GONNA shoot three hundred. I went yeah. Yeah Yeah. Night. Shot at three hundred. Cow. For you and he has now passed away, but he had six three hundred rings comes to ninety nine. He's highest state. Halsey we traveled all over the country and I can't tell you. We had a great life when it came to that all mad Jane. That is a perfect way to end the show. Thank you so much for listening and it really means a lot. You call tonight. Thank you have a great night all right? Thank all right. That was fun I I figured as much as we search for topics in times like this. This was dropped right in my lap. I sit if bowling alleys are opening today, I got to be remiss if I, didn't talk about bowling and the history and the heritage and the. The legacies here in this town and the appreciation for for bowling, so thank you appreciate hearing from everybody in the the bowling community. Let's do it tomorrow night. I'll follow reds hot stove. We'll go seventy nine o'clock and see what we can make out of it. Your News is next Gary Jeff. Walker serves up the NIGHTCAP. The home of the reds, seven hundred wwl W!

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Episode #38 "Amour Fou"

Talking Sopranos

2:31:31 hr | 4 months ago

Episode #38 "Amour Fou"

"Hey talking soprano fans we wanna tell you about a special holiday episode that we're really excited about next week. Going to drop the talking sopranos holiday special. It's a very special gift from stephen. I and the talking sopranos team to all our fans. We are giving you an entire ninety minutes entire episode dedicated to an interview with david chase. It is an amazing interview with the guy who started it all so happy holidays and enjoy this very special episode also on friday december eighteenth at seven o'clock. Pm eastern. That's four o'clock pm pacific. We're going to join members of the original. Sopranos cast for a special two hour charity livestream to raise money for the friends of firefighters. This important organization supports active and retired f. d. n. y. firefighters and their families who are impacted by the trauma. These heroes face daily this to our virtual event will feature q. And a. with the sopranos cast along with the live script reading written by terence winter. And david chase this. Entire event will live streamed on zoom and google hangouts. Now you can get more information to the link that's posted in the episode notes or right here across the screen if you're watching on youtube so check out the event. Please support these brave firefighters and above all of a happy and healthy holiday. Got a great gish ban. Very excited i really am. And i've told you this thunder times way before i was an actor. I was a huge fan. And i still big big fan. But i'm happily to call her a friend. Now yes this is Without a doubt one of the great performances on the sopranos the best guest performance. You know someone who wasn't a you know a regular on the show. I would say out of all the guests spots. This was the best performance Born in brooklyn nominated for an emmy for outstanding guest. Actress for the sopranos has appeared in over sixty eight different films tv series the hand the rocks the cradle jungle fever in which i played her brother movie true love which is the first time i saw a directed by An anti smoker cop land cadillac man internal affairs. Find me. guilty romeo's bleeding. She was on glo. E are good wife Csi one of my favorite actresses in the planet annabella shura. Please welcome her. I in my name. I said right. That's why does it annoy you. People get rooms. I mean when you say my name exactly. What's the difference. They know who i mean. That's all that matters. That's all that counts. Everything coming on today. Thank you so we met i. In nineteen ninety. We met Jungle fever nineteen ninety. That was the first time. I was already a fan because i had seen true love. That was one. I saw you in a film and i work and i was excited to work with you and we worked with the frank vincent and david dr a player brotherhood. Both of them have passed away. But but What spike lee anthony. Quinn was in that movie john. Turturro's really good cast. Debbie masar. wesley snipes course. Remember her saying we rehearsed you. And i and frank and David also halle berry and samuel jackson. Were in that movie. I'm both both before. They were stars at the both of those actors. Kinda broke out from that movie junior fewer. But let's go back like. How did you get into acting how did that. How did how. What was your path into the business. you know i don't i don't know i don't know when it really i. I feel like it was the only thing i have to do. And i think when i was really young i would. I would really empathize with characters. Eight i would. I would watch loses. My mom and i was rowing up in state area. We will lucky 'cause we had almost greeting these Million these straight or rosettes. Charlie million dollar movie channel nine in the after we got to see you can't even get can't find to ran for a long time. I wanted to be a busby. Berkeley us you know. And and i was great happen. Dax were And then i would. I would float around the city going to dance classes. A tap dancing was being and then eventually i found a Were there was a class on. There is a frappuccino in your business as to take your crap. a dance. Class in his teacher was murray phenomenon. She tried acting teenagers. And i used to watch to watch the head to the doors and he's to watch and i and i really wanted. I wanted to do it and i was very very shy. Really really shy. But i found myself through other people's works. I found ways to express myself through other people's worries eventually. Join that class i did. I joined that Her name was patty don. She doesn't original. Jack whole dancer and i'm still friends with Dining out she lives near Do you know cow Anyway different strike so then they started to ask. If i wanted to go on auditions and i go my mom and i go. Who are two different auditions. I didn't i didn't want that was strange. I mean how. How old were you then. At what age talking right thirteen. Fourteen years old young. So your child act. I didn't know that well. I mean i. Yeah i mean yeah. I wanted to do it already but i didn't. I didn't really feel think because i was shy. I didn't really she all comfortable. I remember sitting with. My mother was like an office building on park avenue. An audition for something or other. I didn't feel comfortable vast. I just said. I don't do this relaxed. But then something huma short-film nyu student. And i do not dishing for them. And i really liked them so i ended up doing this. Dylan's short won awards. I've never seen it. Never been able to track down. And then when i got out of high school i just wanted to go right into acting. Parents weren't into that. My mother took me to the american academy of dramatic arts. And i ought to. And i got in and that was a very good thing for me because I i learned how to do more than just act. you know. i learned how to design costumes and sets. I learned about my accent in how to speak without a this. I needed to win. Great debbie ross. Elvin raid on speech teacher. Yeah and then. I got it and i learned a theater company and three or four years and then buy yes started growing to backstage as the news trade newspaper for. That doesn't know you. You buy it on the newsstand and they have auditions for mostly for claes. That don't pay any money and student films student films. And once in a while they'd have real movie audition like independent films or sometimes big open calls for movies. You got to love through through to the backstage. Yeah i answered on. I set my picture in for short zone is true. Call something else And i was waiting on tables. And i went to audition and with a monologue right writing on ranches legislation and are and they cast short zone and they use that short films. A shop around the idea And a couple of years with new got money and in the meantime about assam. I got a tv movie. We shot in belgrade and johnson's for saving eight so that was before the feature of true love. What movie was that. it's it's based on. Mary opposes first novel about his mother. Who was married by proxy is called fortunate. Oh i know that book so bill you do all these big movies been around a long time now. Did you read for the sopranos. Did you have to read. First of all for david chase right. I didn't read for now. I the first meeting i had was was david and it was kind of a general meeting with david. Eileen an robin and i just asked the other day i was like rent was Hotel or something. But it wasn't upset over how and it was. Just generalize nervous. We know we know but but but was just show already on. You didn't read early on for. I didn't even know about it. You and i found out about it was. I might think you were. There was a holiday party. John giambi's and johnny views giants john. Nixon yeah. And i think you just on highlight the possible november december. Maybe they are not that. Everybody's very excited about it and are more i. We got picked up right at the holiday. I wasn't at that party. We got picked up like in december right before christmas of ninety seven. We we were shooting that witness to the mob movie at the time me and then he passed store and rico and Kathy nor do she was enough. So you met with david and then what what happens we at we talked and there were no three characters may talked about nine exact when but i eventually got a call. I was in los angeles and they wanted to know if i read for a different hatcher in this was in the second season. I think and i didn't really want play that charge as i'd like sound of the other characters starter. But i didn't wanna sorta breakthrough relationship. Everybody so i'm rents I stop wherever wherever they need. And i i I talked to david privately. You know he was very. I gotta talk to you privately very suspicious and i i. I don't really think. I don't want to this part if i gotta Addition you know. And let's see what happens so i mean we had a great time and arm. I got the part and then isolated wouldn't do it but something in your gut knew that there something. Yeah like. i just felt like this isn't right. Run is not right for me. And i i also felt that i could feel the david liked me and he wanted us the thing and i'd like sound of the other characters that are eventually halls When you read that for the first time that kinda kick that that kind of made sense and you were like okay now. I this this one. Work i didn't there was now I don't. I don't remember what i knew about it. I can't remember you know. I knew that each john's girlfriend by it it just it it wrong. Yep that's actually one. Do i wanna do that. Like michael said on the podcast. The from the moment we see gloria. We know what she's all about. You did it right there in the waiting room of no fees waiting. Yeah right. he's like. I mean well. We don't know how far it's going to go but the you know the her presence was very strong right from the minute you know. There's something very the way she's on the phone and not really carrying that other people in the room in the way you're dressed in a way is just carry yourself is just so specific in debt on like watch really and i'm not saying because you're you're i've set it on the show. It's really one of the best performances in the whole series. It really is. It's it's really deep and it's very complex and it's scary and real and really so great bay that happen. I mean it's tremendous. What was your way to her. Like how did you find her. Well it was round that i've read. I thought based. I already stars. But anyway i gave i. I just decided. I needed decision to give the same background as me. So you know i. I gave her mother no I gave her a violence. Upbringing physically violent bringing And i associate so. I don't know why did that. I don't don't call but i she was so she was somebody who was a had a week up. We let us will manage utah. This thing pressure and and I think that she learned how to do things to make her feel better. I it was also the only character that i played works. Cheese your body and she's sexuality to yet what she wanted in the house that would make her feel better and you know the line that you wrote in so i pray a little better. I meditate like. She should try that. And she has therapies. She's up doing everything she can to make yourself you'll happy. I always raid. Didn't wanna be alive. I felt like she didn't know how to stop paying and the shape. Elton everything that she was feeling. So yeah while. It's very very clear. I mean all that stuff you talking about. Is that interesting way. Say specifically for me it was really david wanted lauria to dress like dodge. Nazi and i was up. Yeah i was like no napkin. Julia are wonderful costume designer. She's like well you know we're going to have to show him some suits and some were professional things. I was like okay. But i know that's not the way in for me and and then we came across you know the skirt Flat and i was like Stockings When he came down to see the costume fitting when we put that out. Saddam like i'm okay. Yeah i get it so no shit professional inappropriate that it was always frightened me. You're much i i. I think that's what. Tony love the buffalo area you know. His wife didn't dress like that. The people in this world that dressed that way you know. I think that's that was part of it very sophisticated. 'cause it was a combination of that sexuality with the kind of intelligence of like amalfi which attracted but but also the sexuality that he's had in his younger goumas so you combine those two things and it was like a deadly. You know like a moth to a flame. He was of helpless until he wasn't but he was. You know you want to start coming. You see you see where it's going pretty quickly and he but he's helpless for a long time now at a bill. I know you worked. Jim mostly i mean you also worked with e. d. n. And the rain. But i gotta assume the stuff with jim. You enjoy that tremendously. I would think a new gym before you did it. yeah he he resented Wonderful as right. He was blind date for you. Right abide yeah. I didn't really well. But we other. But yeah working with chances really special israeli especially as for me i had never done all the sex scenes and being naked in. You know all that stuff. He was such an absolute jam and a gentleman. You know it was it was. It was really incredible and then it was just. It was really wonderful. Have that doesn't matter what throw you know is just. You're constantly throwing in his coming back throwing his coming back which is never like a doll. Nothing he's just his. You know in watching your again now is some episodes is just wrong. You know when she well. It happened a couple times. Jim had huge hands when he was choking you. I mean you got this little head and that giant hand. Because jimmy's choke me in a scene. You know tony choke body to. I talk and i could see you know what he's really got you up against that wall you know back. I never got it was so and he's really good about that too. You know there was. He was very good about be safe in. I learned a lot from him. Just you know when you have something in your drennan sewing. You know i'll do it. I'll do it. you know. And he was like nah. He gave a shit. Jim gave a shit on stocks. Nazi at the beginning your best seen we've been going on for a long time. It was one of those law long. Friday nights i really think it was like three or four eighty and i was. I was on the floor and he was yeah he was started coming toward me to pick me up floor. He come twist my arm and every day he he was like do under to saw. She picks up monday as inaugural she growing but he was right even right again. When i watched it the other day i am. I watch party. That i can watch the end of it. He there's there is a like a little portion. There might not in it at all those things you have to work out because you're adrenaline flows. Wanted to be real. I wanted to be great but it. So it's you know what shows on camera is actually not always making real. It's doing it for the camera and being safe because it's so easy to get really hurt doing something like that. Yeah seriously before. Or something on all but The only thing i did do was an scraps. sped out that wasn't in the script. Oh now all. Yeah it's weird. You know you know amid a big prepare onset my work at all and then let's go play and I knew what she wanted. In that point. And i knew why she's taunting her right guard and i just kept going and kept going and i think there is. I wish i all. I think it was maybe a couple of mon helmets. I just kept hurrying. And then i started. Her has so like an timmy camera. He was laughing at me again. I'm really sorry. I didn't tell them you're gonna spend out. He wrote it out. Like what would i do to get in my right. And i think might have written it down to so powerful resi rights. It's just there and and then we had a coverage from the other side Shot shot high to see german short. Did you know that it was going to be. I don't know how many episodes it was only going to be x amount to geno that or you know yeah i use for facades and when it was absorbed. I didn't really think about it that summer. I was in history for a while. i got lost. You'll see to me whatever. And i came back and data hard at left messages on my answering machine and column. What's up would work in. Is it in italy before like we had cell phones that we take every price and he said well i was gonna want up a mac of regular. Oh yeah i knew sip it yes too late now really yes yes. Why did he call your agent attraction. I have no idea and it was really funny situation. I mean it wasn't funny now. As saw i was like what do you mean. If he's like on a. We decided to do something else. Would you like to do. And he's at brow. Wanna tell you and then finally told me. And i was like nah. That's so renault she would now. That's not an soling. I ca. I dunno where you might be know where you were. In the reductions over he was it was a few days resents being dropped in friend of the year and i called him from the airport and like listen. Okay fine okay fine. She kills herself. But this is how. I think. I wouldn't let it go like she would shoot herself as she. Should you on camera because women don't cheat themselves in glory. It's different that you know. He's like yeah. Very few women hang themselves soon. I was like no i. You went on our while is just back. I wouldn't accept it for if it was a regular character. So she would have been like his girlfriend again is She's in full season for interesting. I mean he. He had something he kept going back to her back to her back there. She had her hoax at him and he would have went back again. I believe sunny. Yeah yeah believe totally would went back again. And i thought i also said in one of the episodes. I thought they should've sent paulie or silvio our christopher to scare you. I think you would have been more scared of patchy more i think so. I always wondered about that wondered about that. They would've got you scared. you know. i wanted to ask you. If who do you think's slash your tires. Since you saying i was watching that episode arenas rushing insurance. You do me thought. I said it when we did this episode recently and i said steve. Maybe you did it yourself Gloria did it herself to to kind of get tony. You know to say. Look your girlfriends out. I don't know to create more drama. Because she's all about creating drama. I i always had this theory that when she got away for christmas morocco like i said before sheets. China thinks she was trying really hard like she deserved to live. You know that. Did she deserve good light therapy. She's trying she's maybe so what i decided is that when she went to morocco. She when offer mess having a good time. Smoking hash artie. Hey matt is that's when you see the difference like when she comes back and then she goes down to the bowdoin over. Choose a site threat right now. Answer is phone which you shouldn't do so. Yeah that's that's an interesting. How many times did you throw the steak at jim. How many times did you throw the stated everybody likes to claim credit to that So jim jabir keti. Jeff gave me a trop state. it was basically like a wet sponge. Nablus state and i was like this isn't to work through it. Drops straight down. I can the bunch times. I been pretty good arm. But then they had to do insert the headed to close And everybody wanted to. Throw the steak steve tucker shahdeh. It was fun to see gloria around season for. I wouldn't like that. I don't know what she would have done in. I wondered like when she got involved with somebody else. Hurston them yeah. I don't know you know. I think tony has one more kamata right. That's coming up. She the one that likes yourself on fire or something. Yeah that was the last. So as irena. I'm talking go modest arena. Valentina tina that. The name of jirina gloria and valentina with three main once all go modest demonstra one night stands. I guess well thank you very much for coming today. Was really a a means a lot to have you on. This show honestly glad we got to interview was really important to you. Thank you so so much Be well terrific. Thank you for doing this. Oh yeah the fans are going to be very happy. They've been asking for you a lot. Actually so arabia's will make them happy so that's good. They get a little grumpy with some of the guests. But they're gonna love you. Thank you very much thanks to have neon day to see you in person soon. Yeah thank you. Thank go was shit. I pronounce your name right from on. Yeah you gotta go right sure. Sure sure i guess i alright. Annabel's your at was great actress. Great character great friend. Great great great. Take a quick break man. That was test talking. Sopranos is supported by private internet access. They are the vpn provider of our choice and we use them to hide. Our address encrypt our internet connection. And stay safe now that everything has moved online. One of the things we love about private internet access is the fact that they've got the biggest. Vpn server fleet in the whole world. 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Salo michael say michael. You haven't seen him in a while. I willy how are you really. What did you think of the last episode. Willie of the podcast. He's blinking. he's that's a code. He means the evenings off last week. A great company. It's called jersey pets. They sent me this. And i was thinking about getting one where your name in the front and my pitcher and i'll give it to you. What do you think about what you wear that. My picture on the back now with my name on. I'll wear it with your picture. So steve and my picture on the back and just your picture. I don't mean what they they wanna make one for you the nice people. It's a small business very nice. They sent sentenced to me. I don't have any pets so they don't care. I kinda like you a pet kind of. I'm kind of the. It's been a rough year for baseball. Though i tell you i couldn't get into over sudden. The season started and ten minutes later. The playoffs started. I was very confused seattle. What was going on. It was something good to watch. You know to be honest. We made it was something to occupy. Feel the same now of all the sports. You're i mean. I you know you like football. You like baseball. You like watching football I like watching soccer. I like baseball. I like basketball. I like basketball. I like the nicks. i'm not an nba. Not i like the knicks. I like going to the garden watching the knicks and watching the knicks on tv. When i was a kid my favorite sport was wrestling. I was a big pro wrestling fan. I didn't know that and i used to go. They used to have pro wrestling w. wwf at the westchester county center. But one time my father took me. They had a big spectacle. Maybe the greatest sports spectacle. I've ever seen at shea stadium and andre the giant Fought chuck wagner. Who was a boxer who the movie rocky was inspired by the went fifteen rounds with ali. Yeah almost went to the end like the last few seconds he edited even him on a plane. He's liquor salesman. He was a liquor salesman and the number of years ago. He sat in front of me and he almost went the distance with ali. Andre the giant seeing andre. The giant live was like seeing something out of a comic book. You know he was a real a real giant. You know that well. I i listen his. I saw a picture of a a can in his hand in it looked like a toy. Look no i mean. He hit genetically he. They traced him back to the race of giants. Stuck goliath was well. Goliath was the name of the giant tribe the race of giants. You're putting me on the one on like the new jersey devil. Twenty five hundred years ago dave king. David defeated goliath. While goliath was the race of giants they would nine ten foot tall people and andre the giant. They traced his lineage. Back him andrea giants. Mother was told and he was. I didn't know that she was like nine feet tall. I think a you he was. He was a tremendous guy with a tremendous appetite for Liquor and wine and women. Yeah they said he could drink more than anybody. He could drink like fifty beers. Did you have good seats at this thing. I don't remember. And but i did see He threw he picked up. Chuck weber threw out of the ring while he beat him. Badly and then they had on closed-circuit from japan muhammad ali vs antonio inoki who was a japanese wrestler. It was the worst thing i've ever seen. The japanese guy was on his back on the floor trying to kick ali. He fought almost the whole fight on the ground trying to kick him because his whole strategy was to get ali on the ground and it went on like that for like fifty was people were throwing stuff at the screens booing. That was the big thing after andre the giant. They showed that shit. Sit chase stadium. The idea thing wrestling T t and t. You know i did. I did adversity. i did a thing right. After the last season sopranos they called me and spike. Tv had a wrestling league. And i want to say it's tna and was tna. And i was with two guys. They were terrific. And i was their cousin that came in and i was actually in the ring and we rehearse and I had to come in and do something and and the guy told me he said listen. People think this is fake. If you don't duck he said. I'm going to take your head off. It's choreographed but guys are athletes and their strong and they get hurt. And but i mean you saw the move the movie. The wrestler is one of my favorites. It's a great great movie darn aronovski and one of the best performances. I think ever by an active with mickey rourke in the wrestler edition for that and again but who for i don't i don't remember i. It's somebody in his corner. Maybe i don't really remember this nasty but well that was a big comeback for him and nobody could could've played that part like he. I mean he was just so believable. You know as that guy i mean you know. Mickey was a boxer and even after you know throughout the day but he had a very tough career so an a tough. He's had a tough road and it just kind of fit perfect. But he's a really great actor. Yeah and you say a good guy. I've never met him. I met him once And he's a wonderful guy. And i like him a lot yeah. I'm always been a big fan of his forever. I'd like to in that Movie down in new new orleans angel. Love that movie. They didn't get along him. Into neuro- scenarios do span doesn't apparently mickey in deniro. Just did not go to get you know. They didn't they didn't become friends. I bet you it's because mickie rocking taking none of his route shit and it wasn't intimidated by him and deniro deals with intimidation because people even other actors. They think that he's really this tough guy. I don't know if that's what i think is true. I don't other actors. They think he doesn't pretend he doesn't walk around like he's a tough guy yes he does yes he does. He's had to you. I've never seen that. He walks to you. What did he do that to. You was nice way when he's a little to you. He's not he's gushing. Hey michael michael. Michael wasn't easy to flowing guy. He's shy. I don't know i mean he's not a guy or is rude. He was never rude to me. Shyness and route very their cousins shy rudeness. Oh what are you talking about this and rudeness a cousin o. They're not they're completely different. I disagree. i'm shy shy. Yeah very shy about with you know. I'm comfortable with you by. I'm shy toolan with. I'm not jumping around like a lunatic all the time. All the time. I've seen you had your moments have and i'm okay with that but i do believe people think robert deniro is tough guy from downtown manhattan and mob and a lot of people. Think he's like really mahboubi. He kinda guy as you know people think you are they think i am people mistake the characters you play for who you are i think we've dispelled all those rumors after this podcast right now. We're just through fuck. It is hold on a podcast. But we've got a lot of nick games together and of being at the gardens. Oh no matter what you go see at the garden. It's always one of my favorite things of all this stuff that i've been able to do as an actor even before my favorite thing is to go to madison square garden. Of course they're very nice to me and you get courtside seats. We have dinner at his private club. Get to take friends and family. It's my favorite perk. Shall you say of being a celebrity. I love madison square garden. I love the knicks. It's my favorite thing to do and unfortunately this year we can't do it last year when the knicks play on christmas day They invite me and my family and we go every time. The next christmas day opens up at twelve o'clock noon game and it's not televised when we have breakfast. Sam it's a great time. Yeah and and that's one of my favorite things the yankees. I love them. They've been great to us Mitch modell always through as well. There's something about the legacy of those the teams and also the venues even though yang. It's a new yankee stadium but it still has that vibe. You know it's huge. It's always full same with the garden. Knicks are always sold out. Yeah though it's at energy and yankee stadium same thing it's always full. Is that energy and you. Can't you know if any of you ever get the chance. Take the subway from manhattan. You go up to yankee stadium you get off with all the fan. It's a great. It's just a great. It's a really I i like going to ballparks. That's something that i like when i travel. I do that too. And i've been to quite a bit not a ton tour out the first pitch at yankee stadium. Unfortunately the you were out of town you couldn't do it. But that was a great day. I threw out the first pitch. It wrigley field. When's your favorite baseball park. Besides yankee stadium dodger stadium. That's a nice place. And i'd like wrigley field wrigley in detroit on. That was fun. Very nice. And i enjoyed that a lot. I also like you know whatever i can. I'm in california a lot. I go to the angels. Dodgers padres down in san diego. I like visiting the ballpark's san francisco one of my favorite pox. Great a great place to see a game really great great great. Everyone's walking all these restaurants bars around and and you're walking it's town now. You should be you know out in the suburbs. Candlestick park I also like basketball. I worked a lot in toronto and I would go to a lot of games. i like that. I'm friends with that. Raptor he's a good guy the guy the raptors shoot. Oh the guy the little guy ever seen. I saw. I saw the stones in that arena. Play but jets i. I used to go to a lot of jet games. I haven't gone lately. But i used to go a lot. A jet gandolfini was a jet fan to own jet fan forever up as a jet fan. Sometimes they would fly me over from the west side in a helicopter. That's when you were on top of the fuck world. Fuck it bus. Pass they give me a token for the tunnel no a couple of times. We have my father and my father-in-law the kids. That's nice. you know. Like i when i take my kids with my wife We're going to see the rangers playoff game. Rangers is great We went we were invited few years ago. The rangers played up in montreal. When on the private plane sent the car. Got off the plane into the suv into the stadium. Up to stash watch. The game came back home. That was a lot of fun and you know. Listen you can do it like you said you take your father. Take my wife and take the kids. I take fringe on the friends. I grew up with ball college. I take it to the knick game they should courtside got clyde there. You know i like doing that. They're going to do it once. And i've done a lot of times. And i honestly enjoy making people happy and i try. I know it's fun. Take a lot of different people. When we went to the yankee stadium in your father's birthday and they put up on the board. Who got it. You got his happy birthday. And they brought him the big thing of pastries and cookies right. That was fun. Yeah he enjoyed that. You know so what you can make other people happy you know me. I'm a giving giving giving gifts. I your mar your martyr. I would go so far to say that. You're a immodesty kind of of What about the box member. We all went to see what was delahoya. Trinidad one of those sites at the guard and we were all there. Jim and i go. I don't know if i went to. I would imagine i i forget you know i'll be honest. I forget a lot of the fights you know. And i bid to a lot especially years ago vegas. I was at the holmes. Cooney tell hundred dollars. Holmes cooney jiji saw lennox lewis when he beat when he became the champ when he beat holyfield out that fight. I was in vegas see that those were incredible because especially in the eighties. Which was kind of i think the eighties and the nineties boxing was time for boxes and heavyweights avenues to for heavyweights ali. And frazier inform. But i'm saying the scene scene caesar's palace you know you got all the high rollers and all the celebrities and you got. The hook is all fucking dressed up. And you know everybody's you know decked out to go. I went to. It was a lot of fun especially. I probably didn't have fucking ten dollars in my pocket. But i was about to and i would get tipped the ticket you know. I got to know kind of all these guys. Sometimes i was upstairs in sometimes ringside and i was at hagler. Hearns was an incredible fight. I met Tommy hearns at in vegas after that might have been after that fight after that holyfield. Lennox lewis fight. I was at the Aaron pryor alexis aguayo. cd do koo-kim. When do kim died at caesar's palace in the ring. I don't know he died. Four days later they took him out on a stretcher. One thousand nine hundred eighty two was a daytime was unconscious or yeah terrible terrible and you knew it was bad. You just knew as bay And ray ray is fell terrible rematch mentioned anyone. Talk to and i like a lot now. That changed the course of his life. You unless you. I was at the Nets finals nets Spurs those games. Nba finals jersey jersey. Id you ever go to a world series game. Oh yeah nike's i saw you. I went to the yankee when the yankees played the mets. In two thousand. Or two thousand right. I went to one of the games at shea though. Although i was. They were more yankee fans at shea stadium than there was sure that fans so i was. I brought up my neighbor and was Hbo get called me. Last minute said we had ticket. So i went. We went out and we're sitting in a box. I think it was up near the press box. You know kind of private and at some point all these cops come in and then giuliani. Who was mayor at the time. It was his box he invited the sopranos rooting sitting in. This is before he was a starring in borat way before he was into the movie He was he was the mayor and he invited us and we sat with him and watch the. That's nice and and when we think. I told the story which steinbrenner invited us gave us his box thousand acre i was. That was a lot of fun in you. Know george george was a good guy and do you know that if you ask for tickets you know he. He saw everyone on the guest list. He had approved free tickets if he didn't. If you're on the outs you don't go. He didn't like you for some reason. But the yankees have been great. You know i been to a few star games. nba games. They don't philadelphia. We didn't we weren't together. But i went there. Also that's when that guy drove us around. That's when that guy drove us around. And i said he said is your wife italian right remember night and i said no. She's mexican. I love spanish broad. They suck cock like a racehorse. Let me said that. Look at each other. Come hurry sauce. What's this guy talking. What horses racehorses belmont stakes. We went to a lot of yes. I readers readers cup one year when my buddy sal. Sco 'cause we we grew up going to yonkers raceway with our parent. My our fathers were into the horses. We are member way that we agree breeders cup we were hit like we won thousands of dollars and we will give tips to everybody. All the sopranos. Everybody cleaned up. We were on fire that day. Have huge we hitting long shots. Like crazy i think i i think i want thousands at the and we were giving tips to everybody. Everybody was making money. It was that crazy donkey derby twice. That's a great one. All you never won the first time. I went on camera. I predicted the winner. Who is the thirteen on longshot. Though everybody figured. I knew a lot after that so i got invited everywhere but you do know a lot. You really rico. Had a horse. With joe scarpa our franjo needle called karma knew who won who in one year it was one of the top new york bred. Two year olds won. His first race is made in race up at saratoga. We went up to rico me. Mike sullivan joe scarborough we. We flew up to saratoga and he won that he was his first race. Ever saratoga is a great place for horsera- it's like shrine and it's a beautiful saw it summer. It's only one month. In august it's gorgeous. It's like going back in time and it's just beautiful and karma who won his first race. We i was like my kid went in the world. I was atomised. We were in the winner's circle and it was one of the most exciting moments in my life when he came down that stretch and one carmen nukes. I think one about half a million dollars in purses and then they pay like five grand from five grand. You had a little defect in the x ray in his heel or his ankle or something so nobody wanted to buy a very good bloodlines. he was related. A bet twice and did he have wings. He didn't have links no man and then they sold them and they went out to stud but t one. I think half a million dollars in person like one or two years. I think we went to the belmont belmont and the big one. When you were there. I think i brought my daughter. I think your daughter was young mother and father or your father and katie couric we met katie couric and air. Yes judge judy and shariq coz could swear katie was hitting on and i saw the whole thing. She wasn't hitting him in the least bit his mind. He's very polite. She's very nice. I've got to be friends with her. And she's just a really nice woman and somewhere in that head of his did you see. Did you see she was hitting me somewhere. Between those wings he concocted this whole romance. God bless simoni but yeah. I was at a big game. Seventy six chris. Chambliss hit a home run. Walk off home of the place. Went crazy nineteen seventy six friends of mine were in the stands and the crowd went on the field because it was just paying the modem then they used to run on the field and went crazy he my friend. Joey took graig nettles hat. They run on the field trouble hitting the basis right because there were too many people on the field right. Yeah and grabbed. Greg greg greg. Natal's punched right in the face and all this craziness right in the face as he should have gone. You know i mean it was just craziness and that was a big game. I like listen. I'm a basketball guy. So i was at the celtics rockets. Final been numerous world series. One day one couple they lost or at least one that the yankees lost and You know i missed that. I missed four. I mean it's different. It's something but it's not what it is. Hopefully we'll get back to it supposedly. Nba is going to start december. Twenty second all right down orders birthday. So let's we'll be back to the garden. Let's take a break and we'll be right back. Listen if you think you might be depressed or if feeling overwhelmed or anxious better help. Online counseling offers licensed professional therapists. 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Remember to use the code talking today. These products and statements have not been evaluated by the fda and are not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease or illness message and data rates apply. Text stop to unsubscribe now. Let's get to the episode pow are. we're back. This is season three episode. Twelve greg episode. Great a more food which means crazy love it so it was also a movie in the late sixties. French film a more food. Crazy love directed by jacques. Revette which probably date because david was a big fan of like the french new wave and foreign films in the late sixties. It's about the dissolution of a marriage between an actress in data director. But what's interesting in the title. 'cause tony calls it mo fo at one point. Yeah which means mother fucker. And then we relate that to gloria being a representation of livia and because he says at one point. I don't wanna fuck my mother. So this title works in a couple of different ways here it also crazy love between him and gloria this very desperate the dissolution of the marriage the testing of the merge carmel and tony resonant title. It's pretty cool. I've got to tell you something if a young actor i don't care what kind of actor you your performance by abella is a lesson in just incredible acting so many colors so many layers crazy man. Happy just just episodes is this is a course in acting you watch annabella skewer. And of course jim and everybody else is great but i just. It is a great well written episode. That i really enjoyed. She rarely she just nailed this character from the first and i said it before from the first moment you see her in the episode. She appears in that whole that character was so clear who she was and she was nominated him the stuff with her. Jim was fantastic. Yeah he was nominated for outstanding guest actress in a drama series based on this I gotta tell you. It was written by Story by david chase. Now let me ask you. Because i'm not even sure story by david chase. Tell a play. I franklin julie explained often. It's how much you know 'cause a very often if you're in the writer's room you're gonna develop stories together but if if One person really. You came up with the details of the story pretty much intact then. Someone else goes and writes the dialogue. Then you'll get the telephone credit but you know not all the episodes They are divided that way. 'cause sometimes Story by credit is divided. So they don't talk about it. 'cause a lot about unions should there's a lot of union residuals and stuff involved with this. I think so. Yeah frank frank. Radu great writer david chase. They shared a nomination for outstanding writing for a drama series. And it was directed by tim. This is his seventh of twenty episodes that he directed here. We go or at the museum off. Jason minter who we have You know Was our location guy and also assistant location but also was david chase's assistant. I asked him. He said he believed that. This was actually shot at the met at the metropolitan museum of art in new york. That painting You know. The giuseppe ribera whose nickname was La spagna let the little spaniard. Was spanish artist. the same. the painting of saint catherine The the mystical marriage of saint catherine that real painting really does hang in the met so well. I'm sure it was that. Yeah and those rodin sculptures those are all at the mets. I mean if they recreated that they would have had to get copies of all that stuff which yeah probably be more expensive than actually shooting at them night. Probably right middle. Do you have tampon of spotting You have an examination. They talk about thad. It's just never happens to me. It's the middle of the month Camilla middle they're looking at the painting. You should talk the talk. Miss art history. You know i. I met a likes to put camello down you know. I don't know camilla's at some point. She went to montclair state. It never says if she graduated or not. So i don't know if she has a degree doesn't metal seems to kinda especially being an ivy league in columbia. She likes to jab at. He likes the lord that over her. Yeah 'cause 'cause carmelo says Yeah imagine being painted by rubens and meadows like she was the rich. The wife has some rich merchant. Not like she's anything special almost comparing her carmella. You're the wife of a rich guy right. Absolutely absolutely positively The baby jesus camello the cry and metal just doesn't get it at all. I don't know why met also mean the stand because you have a mother that gives a shit about you. She's a little overbearing but but now often late teens. Kids get say just everything. The parents do you know. Know the the song that's playing sewn displays octa. I am the scorned wife. This song ends the pine barrens the last episode. So now they're repeating this song. It's the latest on the scorned wife. Faithful yet insulted yet. he is my life. My husband my beloved my hope. The pine barrens ends with that episode. Now it's being repeated to other songs are repeated during this seattle dean martin song returned to me which plays twice two different versions. Yeah one by dino one by dylan and also the song affection which will get into later place twice and that's an interesting one. She acts for tampon in order. Reminded me of. I don't know if you've had this when i was young. I'm talking young by mother would send me to the grocery store to buy kotex now. That never happened in my home. I didn't even see those stakes listed. I'm sixty three years old. I'm still scarred by this. I had to be eight nine ten years old obviously at the beginning i didn't know what it was for but then when you find out i was horrified that this was on the list and this big blue box was in the fucking i mean i could be the only kid that had to go through that or maybe i ever. Oh maybe i was. I didn't even see those things and then of course camilla regardless of having to eat spotting whatever she's feeling let's go eat she's really good in the scene. Easy amid great. I've just say let's go once again. They can eat it anytime. What's going on with her. What do you think why are you crying. I buy original until we see what happens later on. I thought could possibly she's pregnant. She's not pregnant though no we. We don't know that this crying because she might be praying that she seeing the hormones are gone and addict- she's crying and don't you ever get like that. I mean i've gotten like that where suddenly year I don't know you should sentimental you're actually depressed year in a funk things that you go and makes you say that what normally doesn't happen you never really since fucking zach. That's bullshit ladies. German as she says but the it's a marriage saint catharine to the baby. Jesus says mary a baby and she goes. We all marry a baby. She says we all do we. All marry babies. You know kind of you know. And it's again referring to the mother of the incentives she's referring to tony. Yeah and tony brings up his mother. And gloria being a version of his mother ever person who reminds him of his mother all that kind of and mental says. Good luck for tat. Metal has not sensitive at all to though sympathy none at all and if you ever need kotex or tampon. I'll get it for. I'll send you right punky garage. Which i believe is millfield talking. Raj come on iraj where she got. Got attack layer of tension there endanger. Gloria is pleading with him. It's one argument. He said you to dinner at my head gloria Come on going to shift with my family. I was acting. I tried to act in control. I don't want to dwell on it. Why did he. You could see that while you can't talk to me about your problems. He tells her he's given in you know he's got him. She could see in her face. She knows and this is a you know. This is the type of person she you know. It's a fight apology. Fight apology begging to come that stats how she you know. Tony hasn't returned her phone calls. you know. You can't be waiting three hours. She says You know you know he says if you if you a guy you know way you be right now. This is what he tells it But yet and she knows. How can i see you later can call you later. You know he's going to give in. Amalfi is office me and this road. We're like leather and lakes a burning ring of fire. That's what she calls him. What i'm food. As the french code crazy level consuming we push each other's buttons But you know she's very independent minded That i do like see. He likes that. She's completely opposite of camello he likes it excites them but in the end the end of the day he doesn't like it because it's too much for him. You know he kinda prefers. It excites him. But it's he can't control it. Which used to be in control of everything. I like that he says i'll duke in extra five. Duke i think comes from do kits which were gold coins or were they ducats pronounce it. Is that where it comes. From cases i dunno duke. Veenstra tip to tip people info. He wants intel on gloria. He's gonna she's not going to give it up. he takes a little little little stab at it. Takes a little veil stab. you know. He doesn't want to go all in He calls himself a hardcore captain of industry. He thinks he thinks that's how she sees him. But that's really not but he says i decide to be no and at the end he says it again he's I'm not just a a captain of industry. He considers himself which i guess in some ways he is. He's ready businesses. He has many employees. But she's saying she's attracted you because you're a violent person has you. It has nothing to do with you being a successful businessman. It's the fact that you have the you have the potential for violence. He likes the dark is he. Says she reminds him of the spanish just like in goyim goya. Obviously the painter goya different spanish painter with goes back to the first scene. Then he's like you always got that weird push on when i'm talking about Likey she's still jealous jealous. She's and she's got this kind of smugness about like she's just kind of sitting back waiting for this thing to fucking blow. Yeah oh yeah. She's kind of on one level. She's likely this. She already warned them from the beginning. Stay away from She says she's complicated. When tony talks about gloria you could see the smile on his face. He's thinking about her as he's describing her to Belfi you know he's very He's very smitten by infatuated. Think he's fully lava. So what do you think. She is what she seeing you he said. Well i'm not like these other guys crybabies running around you know like you said he's a tough guy. Rouse wrap jackie junior. A shooting at a poker table in the club martin's playing their return to me kicking up. We're hoping you can watch back. They gave the kicking up three hundred fifty dollars which isn't much not much at all but it's a start. He says keep coming around. He likes it he's he's not kicking that up to tony. He's not giving tony half of it. Three fifty three fifty. I guess right. I'll take do that twice a week three times a week. It's gonna add up. He's also massaging dino's yeah even ima backrub yet. He also he said you gotta be tony. Soprano's little girl on the couch for tony to stay in school bullshit. He could helped me and he says it's a great line he should break the dean's legs because you're too lazy to open a book. Jackie junior wanted into call rookies to to get something done for him so he doesn't get thrown school right. he wants the world to just out him basically. I don't find jackie. Junior's character have one redeeming. nothing redeeming. No it's not one good thing he's done said nothing. He lies to everybody. He's a entitled. He just comes right out of sense of entitlement that the world owes them. Everything even says it in this. They're not gonna mess with us. 'cause i'm jacky appeals son on fine he has not one redeeming quality The bedroom tony gloria lying in bed. She got her way. That song is affection. That is little stephen in the lost boys from a unreleased album that he made call the little. Stephen lost boys album. Nobody loves and leaves alone. It's called but is unreleased for some reason. Couple of the songs have been used on the sopranos on louis hammer but but It's i think to this day still unreleased album but a very good song really good song. She's she's telling him you know She's telling him about her family stuff and the niece and nephew and Brother-in-law's a crackhead and i love. These kids won't let me see. Tony is bored to shit. He don't wanna hear it man. He don't wanna era. She says the accused me of turning the kids against the father. Like it's just she's a. She's a complicated sisters red flags all over the place. Tony is board. You could see tries to change the subject. He says we got a new. He's not as good. He's talking about bokola about buckle law. She brings up. They don't say christmas. They call it the winter festival. That's annoying. I call it the c word christmas. Yeah she's hoping to She's hoping that somehow she'll get hit by a truck. She says she's hoping she's going to get hit by a truck. She's got a suicidal idea. Is definitely you know. She says it never rains. I'm gonna get fired at glossy. Somebody who really also feels like a victim by the world. Everything's against her family. Our job you know her ex. It's all just you know. Tony could hear this at home if he wanted the whole idea. Like i've repeated one hundred times with their mada. The whole concept of a mar is no problems. No problem where are you gonna eat drink. We're gonna fuck we're gonna laugh every takes left outside that door. He doesn't tell her about his problems. She don't tell him every day is christmas eve. It's a holiday. It's a bird thing but not with tony. He never gets this and it certainly with the ones he chooses. Alfie talks about. We'll talk about again later. It's just his choosing right his. Do you picture ufa pizzeria. Kevin janice sally who was one on one of our crew members on the sopranos as well as an actor. Three guys smoking He doesn't mike it this Jackie junior dino go over there. I pose a gun on. Jackie makes big mistakes all over the place. He's an asshole. Go find the. And i don't believe he's a tough guy in the least bit. He just hasn't been challenged as challenged those by tony. Tony beats him up for you. Know what i'm saying. You know scott the gun Go find the focus taco bell before. I cap harasses you. Christopher walks ed. He's calling them names. You know first of all i like taco bell and i've never had taco bell taco bell. Do you get there well. I haven't gone years. But you know i would get tacos but taco bells okay. You know he's using it very derogatory here but but your wife is mexican american like taco bell. No not she knows the real deal. That's like you go to olive garden. Exactly but i'm just saying taco okay. You know. I don't go there. But i been there. I like paula. I'd like a place in laguna. Pop is tacos. Those to portland is. I don't know to pola either. I haven't been there always good. I like chat. Authentic is a good mexican. Says every italian food authentic. Not i know aaa zyppah pizzaria basic pizzeria. Let's put it that way right now. So jared has an idea for us to hijack a cigarette truck and he's looking maybe get these guys to come on board. They did the thing at rutgers. You know they got some money. Maybe they can you know. Get some some action. He says we're row free. Now tony's not gonna like it. Christopher tells unless somebody's paying you not they have no say in how you make living and i guess that's true to some extent right. They probably kick up to tony. And then tony would just be happy. He's getting cut kind of. I guess the boss is like is long as you're kicking up. They don't really care what you do. As long as he stays out of it. Yeah and he gets paid. You always see that later on getting a pass. Probably the ultimate no no in mob world veto being gay He's a big earner. Tony's willing to kind of give him a pass. Big earning gets a wide a wide. Berth let's put it that way you go mercedes dealership. Carmelo's reading the paper for her A truck whatever. What does she. She's got a wagon now. He get service Mentioned misses soprano. They not you know they call her name. Gloria here's that and this reminds me of fatal attraction when she shows up at the house A when they're selling the apartment in the city and have an open house or whatever and glenn close shows up an an an arches in the house and doesn't know our fight now. I've told you the story before. I think if i did it's okay Friend of mine in vegas. He seeing a girl he's married. I know him and his wife. He works in the casino. He seeing this dealer long story short. Our dealer not a drug deal. Yeah car car dealer. He's a boss casino. He see in a she's married. He's married he tells her right I'm going to leave my wife. She's gonna leave a husband and they run off together and they've seen each other for six months finally she. He goes into work. She says i left my husband. He says you know what. I can't do it i can't do it. Can't leave my wife i. I'm sorry. I just can't do a week later. Three days eight. Four days later he comes home. She's in the house sitting in the living room with his wife. Has what under what underwood turn. She knocked on the daw with your husband. Oh not as a whole veiled threat as it up blowing it out. He's stat me. I would've turned around. Told them and i would have got the car. And i just wanna fuck and drove away. I don't know what. I don't know what would have happened from there. I just would've got. How did it resolve when she said she says the girlfriend says to the wife. He says he hasn't slept with three much. She said we slept together wednesday night. The wife says i. he's sitting there. He's sitting there and every word. Everything's on the table horrifying. How's it end up She and him. We're going to try it. The girlfriend and he was out of the house for a couple of weeks in his wife took him back and that was that. What a nightmare. That's fucking nightmare. I would the car and drove in. I don't know what would happen. I love that movie by the way fatal attraction. It's a really good movie. Yeah i think. It's great michael by favorite of michael douglas's work with glenn. Close just amazing. you better bill archer. She's really good. You better believe after that movie That a lot of people call up there and and broke it off broken. You had a flock of believe it was a bad guy you venable of but but a really good The acting is really good in that gun. Close out of control. Lorient ancelotti questions. You know there was a different ending to that movie. Did you know that yeah. She kills herself and she puts she kind of frames him for the glenn close kills herself in the original ending and frames michael douglas for the murder with his fingerprints on the knife for some and the studio was like no. She's got a dot she's gotta be the the villain and she's got a di. Chicago was kind of a sympathetic ending in a way for her and they got. She's got to be killed should he. He saves his family by killing the villain and she didn't want to do it. She was really she really fought. It was resisted the end of the day. She kinda did it. And i mean you know the the premise of that movie which has happened. That made family goes away for the weekend. He's family guide loves his family. Decides make a bad decision cheats with the wrong woman and she wasn't odyssey the wrong woman falcon author glorious asking a lot of questions She's asking You know about the kids how many kids you have in. And she's a camilla wizard on her sleeve. My daughter lives in new york city. That's a big thing. And she goes to columbia and school of broadcasting. She just wants shit on her and she. she's driving crazy. It's driving reckless. She sees the ring seasonal. She's just it's it's just she's just full of contempt. What does your husband do You know very very mysterious. It's a beautiful ring. He's evolved in a few businesses. She speeding. She's getting reckless cheese student. Gloria is getting matter and he's gonna use all this against tony. Jackie junior's house in the kitchen jackie and dino having leftover spaghetti rouse making coco is looking for marshmallows. Roy slate rosa. Ready in bed. Ralphie's a bad influence. He's a terrible terrible inflow. Which is what we see. What happens later on saying. Chris chris got make off. He's like he stepped. He wanted it and stepped up and took it. You know basically kinda into to these guys. That's what they gotta do. And he's glorifying. All this glorifying tony how they became rising stars and i also didn't realize that they went that far back ralphie and time where you i was going to tell you the same thing. I had no idea that they were childhood friends. And i guess it's like a bunch of guys grew up in a neighborhood. Some became wiseguy. Some in and roffe was just one of those guys and and went to florida then back and know found his way back and he says he would have made much sooner ralphie. Jackie julia is listening to this old war stories about his dad like his dad was a war hero. Or something you know. Yes while they took them on his car saturday night. Cargo fish lamont is played by robin show low loggia and they say feature got made in italy which i didn't i forgot that too. He was an original. We see. i don't know this season or next season treats lamade great character. He pops up at some point. But you know. I'd rafi gives him a little slimmer. Make sure you rinse the dishes before you put in the dishwasher. So but ralphie was an act when they hijacked the card game because he had the clap from a hippie and i wonder if he's not referring to janice now dick. This is the first time he's you know the janice saying he doesn't go backwards. But why would the clap keep you anyway. From going out his pain. He was suffering. I'd never had the clap clap. i did not know. No do i know what it feels like. i'm sure it's not pleasant. I don't know had it. But i didn't know you had to stay in if people if you guys had the clap out there guys women let us know. Is it painful. Could you not go out tonight today. Is it painful enough to that discharge. You're gonna have discharge during a robbery of a card game. That's going to get away okay. That's what i wanna know. Folks i think it probably burns and is discharged any fun. Okay tonia gloria the kiss. Goodnight korea says such stewart. Right here this is well. You got the living room. Carmella watching the dog commercial. Oh okay yeah. And she she. She breaks down crying over pet food commercials and it had food as say. What can we do to protect them. They're protective of us. Which also goes back to tony and the ducks and the family and the kids and even the ending of the series like it's a theme that's throughout the whole show. She's kinda tapping into that. She's not really sure. What is she like midlife crisis. She realized she's on the verge of this last chance to have kids. Does she want to have kids. I think maybe it's all of that. They live very complicated. Life's i may us by the time of this episode. We'll talk about tony's life in itself this day or two day and a half however over what time it transpires who want that nobody. I rather snowballs. I'd rather be in a single room occupancy by myself playing with my fucker. Ball's already kidding me as yeah. Yeah no. it's it's i mean who needs citing had the big house in the d'amato. Let's simplify man. Simplify tearing down fun. Actually the only time he really has fun is sometimes when he's hanging with the guys. Sometimes i'll have a few laughs army the drinking because otherwise that seems like the only funny really has issues. No fun. No fun. Glorious house a kiss goodnight. She says. let's do it right here. Which is what he loves about her. You know and she says my tires flesh and they go at it and this is an incredible scene and one of many but here is again. Annabella slash gloria. They wind up having a fight. Tony i know. Did i read a really slash to tie against guess. It seems i don't think it's now. There's a couple of series here. You know she. She can't imagine if irena would know where she lives i read. It doesn't seem like she's that on top of everything. Tony's doing she wants to but it doesn't seem like she's stalking him. Who is it. Do you think. Gloria might have done herself. It's possible make drama. Who the fuck knows. That's really really crazy and could be really crazy. She doesn't know how he's gonna react. She might have some ex-boyfriend on seven ex-boyfriends that she probably drove crazy. Tony gives you face. He he falls into it instead of just saying what are you talking about. He falls into what she cites the she cut my ties. Once i slap the shit out of Gets a rise out of her. Why would you say that she won't do it. I slept the shit out of he and she lights up when she hears that. You see reaction. Maybe elsa she's having trouble at work some guys sexually harassing her could be that too so she she. Somebody leaves a lot of wreckage. He gets more someone in her hurry. She says his hov lane and slot slashes my tires. Tony brings up her family. Her problems bad move. The bad moving she goes on she goes off. She goes off and then she also She played a guilty conscience. You know why else would you pay for them. If you didn't have a guilty conscience because he offers to pay for the tires that she's he's often he auburn pay because he pays for everything he's he'd he'd rather just avoid the argument and the drama just pay for the tire so they can have a nice night. he's not doing it out of a guilty conscience but she likes to project that let's look at this guy. She threw a stake adam. He's had numerous incidents already. What is it gonna take. We know what it's going to take. How much has he taken already. He's out of his mind. He doesn't even know that she drove camello. Correct not yet. Jackie junior to sit in front of the house. They're talking about the car gang. Jackie junior we could take you down. Dino's not down. What are you crazy. Why would they take out. Why taking down ralph's card game stupid. Really stupid guys. And i don't know why if you're gonna take your card game down find somewhere somehow someone else. The guy who's trying to help you out. This is they take eugene runs game they wanna take the game down the day Figuring out my old man's jackie they're not gonna do nothing happens we gotta give some of the people some of the money back. Then we're gonna be free agents. We could call shots. He's dumb. Jackie dumb idea yeah. horrible idea. Also accuses ralph. He he says quotes. he's i think he's a secret tag and has always been that room swirling yeah. He was his gladiator. Move is back rubs. And he gets even more bizarre. Later on his his sexual proclivities gets very kind of bizarre. Then they're watching basic instinct. Which is a michael. Douglas movie which somehow connects to the fatal attraction. And way night. I was who i forgot was in that movie. Not newman on sign. Sweating balls off. When he saw sharon stone snatch now is that really her sharon stone. What was it the body of a stunned up. I have no idea that. All the time a stunt snatch they do it all the time and show stunk. What what is it. Maybe how could that be had. She might have had a nudity clause but they didn't give you a close up of you saw the whole body. Cgi this and i don't think so. I think it was her and then she went forward and you know what she became a star because of it. Because of that. Everyone's talking about to this day. We're talking about it and that's been referenced. Allot that was crazy movie. She played a great role in it and She was willing to do that. Go out there and show the world because you do. That doesn't mean that's going to happen like if you or i did. It probably wouldn't have happened the same way. I properly right just because you show. It doesn't mean you're gonna based off it. Yeah you gotta be careful because things can backfire absolutely well. I am a lot more. Women have showed it and nothing happened right. But i think newman was sweating. He was sweating like health. Enjoyed that moment. it's funny church. Confessional priest is played by isaac de banco lay. He's even a couple jim. Jarmusch is movie night on earth and limits to control a very good actor from originally from the ivory coast but was discovered on the streets of paris as he was in the process of training to be an airline pilot. And i guess some casting director saw him on the street and brought them in for an audition and he became liked about him. It's very rural. He's not trying to act priestly. It's very raw rough I like it. And i believe that very much instead of your typical. You know pull shitty priests is another different kind of guy here you know. I thought that was great casting The psychiatrists told me that my whole life is ally and he's right now. I think i figured if i die will never be with god in eternity. She she self-diagnosis herself as having ovarian cancer. She's she's really suffering and it's shot with all this red light like 'cause she's thinking of going she's gonna go to hell she's not gonna go to heaven she's not going to be with god she's trying to make peace with the fact that she she's taking advantage of the lifestyle the fancy jewelry the ring becomes a big thing in this episode like the ring is talked about several times. And it's in this episode as well. You know very surprised all through this and then he says let's go into the office. She's very blunt very honest. I'm surprised it's because he's a priest and she trust that she's so open and honest about it. I'll be honest that he wants to get it off a chest. she's desperate. I think she also was looking for someone to give her an easy way out after the doctor told her to get her stuff and run and he does he gives an easy way up. You know she says. I love my husband. I love god but our lifestyles financed by his crimes. It's blood money to some degree right. This priest is getting his doctorate in psychology. That's why father phil that's why father says he sent her to him. But maybe father phil just doesn't want to have to make a stand on tony basically. Yeah and the father. Phil is bullshit honest and we see we see him coming up soon. He's a freeloading mother fuckers so he tells it god understands that we live in the middle of tensions. It's a complex world. You gotta learn to live on. What the good part earns forgo the things that lay without it basically saying. Try to focus on the good stuff. Your husband does and try not to you know and i think i'm wondering if You know he says his point side yourself is an inner boundary beyond which you feel culpable. Maybe she does. She sell that ring or give to charity or something like that. Because you don't see it the we never see again. I don't know it's a good question you don't see if these episode. I'm wondering if she thinks maybe she's gonna to kinda make penance. Not be so you know in the ring because he would know that you know she you know. She says she goes again. She got it fitted. but i don't. I don't know she got rid of it. Maybe she just not gonna wear it He wants away of bargaining through. This washes not an option. That's what she wants to hear. You know what. It's like a hypochondriac. He goes to five doctors. He swears that he needs a knee replaced. And they say no no. No no no. And they'll find that fifth. Doctor that says yeah you do need your knee replaced. He doesn't really need it. That's what they do. And that's what i think she's doing you know she didn't like what she didn't like what that are. The psychiatrist told her get your shit and go blood money. Get outta here. She didn't like that she's gonna find and she found them and she found him The soprano kitchen. Tony's cereal is reading the newspaper. She tells them that. The queen of mean meadow for couple. Jackie junior she brings up the mad cow disease to that. The english aren't telling people and she didn't want to create a stampede tells a bad joke that's the second band joke he told in this episode. He had another one with gloria in badger. I don't know if it was a buddhist show. Maybe i know. Angie puppets sarel. Jackie was thrown out for smoking pot. He was caught cheating on exam. Noah is got a four point. Oh no he's going to india. She could've stayed with him. I mean meadows eighteen nineteen years old. What are you doing here. But he's going to india for the un. Somebody thought he was a film student. And i guess what are. You should get this girl married. What are you. Doin' letters water. Find a way a little bit. She's glad she's not with jackie. Jackie jackie seem like not what she wants. It wants her daughter to have a doctor a lawyer. Some professional you know something out of this element that they're that they grew up no redeeming no redeeming factor as she the phone rates. It's gloria she Saleswoman she you know she wants to test the e series and oni. Just he just he realizes the world's are colliding here and he does not like that he shoots. His head is spinning. His head is spinning. That's what my friend must have felt like this thing. Shits glow motives. Tony arrives pulled up. Crazed granted by the tracks into the office puts his utan. Jim had you chance against bigger. The mine puts it around. Her neck ahead. Looks like a baseball compared to. She loves that he's angry very she's very excited by it. Choke you know. Look it is you know. Tell me look. I win all you. A europe said i understand. He's crazed and pissed grabs in public pretty rough weather. Yeah also the steve. Shammy walks past as an acid. Is that what it says in the In the on the Hbo thing but a little tall. Steve bullshit false. Fake news was that steve shammy. I saw that node in one of their. We competed somebody fucked up there. It's not though right now. it's almost division. It's the steve. shall we look alike. He's on the circuits. I've seen a michael imperial. Look you could hire a guy that looks like you for a party. Yeah i would love that higher to do the podcast. I'll just i won't have to do it anymore. Chicken michael appearing. Let me so he says tell you. Shrinking ruined eight relationships and she just starts begging of sorry. It'll never happen again. It'll never happen again get you know. That's our you know. yeah he's living. I mean he is as pissed as you ever seen him. He's got an he puts up against the wall there. Next seed medical center camilla's having always checked because the pre said nodia. Obgyn doctor roy tally which means wheels. I'd she tells them the truth. Don't mitch worse. Just tell me right out. She's convince she has cancelled. You'd think it somehow related to gloria like almost psychically. She's perceiving on some intuitive level. What's going on with tony. This toxic dangerous woman is in his life. he's had so many women why this one. Wow because she's not like every other one she's she's much more dangerous disturbed and toxic. And i don't think it's so much i think he has more feeling for this one than probably any of the end that to ask. She's a maybe you know. She's intuitive she's she might be feeling that it might be really challenging her sanity and her marriage. You know. Jackie junior's house. What does that vanilla ice finalize. Jackie in what. I realize thing. And he they choose you they. They accused him of plagiarism. Song while the baseline is from under pressure queen. David bowie was had some controversy. But now i believe. I don't know if it's still on the air. He remodeled homes. He's a homegirl. Rebuild reminding mike and active and allies on tv show. Jackie and dino remind me a little bit of matt. And sean wlac when sean james montier very similar thing right these to kinda do this thing bad idea. Bad plan influence. They were it. They took it a little. Bit of influence from richie. These guys are taken influence from ralphie. They think this job. This very dangerous thing is going to make them rise. There's rise up the ranks and it's just the opposite and one of the guys dies one goes on the lam. A very similar storyline very similar. And what's the guy's name that plays dino volumes really is played by a ship's wash our andy davos and i tell you what he's a really good actor. You really really good. I hate him as a character. I donate his character to some reason. He's not the brightest. He's going along with this. I think he's ambitious If he had better influence he would only if he worked for christopher by himself he would have been fine. Jackie juniors bad influence. He's a really good actor he does a good job. And andy davos or davoli. I don't know how italian did say dobley he. He does a really good job. Whereas silvio's camello rosalie angie gabriella. They're eating Rodas unlike the gala salad appearance of Gabriella dante maureen vans in it. Now now we show sheet through numerous times. We saw as early on as Would father phil was at the house. I believe season one early on Another thing caesar wanted to rows always complaining rose could really bummed out that meadow and jackie. Yeah not only that. They broke up with that. It's no big deal. Metal camello is like it rolls right off her back like she's already over this guy and i think roe really resents that and makes her feel really bad. Well that's like a lot of celebrities you notice that i don't understand this. They go for marriage to marriage to marriage to marriage. They go from celebrity to celebrity us. You know weeks later. It's like wait a minute. Fuck a guy or girl was married for ten years and you know a month later. She's already moving in one another guy while they might have been some overlap. That's why they're saying they don't seem to. You know honestly they don't seem to have that mourning period. I feel bad. Let me before. I jump back in. It seems a lot of that. They just keep on. Moving at jennifer. Lopez moves pretty quickly and i like him. I'm a fan. I'm just saying she goes goes goes goes. They get married couple months later married again. Well you like that younger day. No not really not really no i. Wasn't you've gone out with other celebrities. I've never been my wife a long time. I've never dated celebrity people. yeah but not. It wasn't glamour spa. You've you've dated many women with a a by ten a shot. I've never have. I've what are you getting at. I don't understand what the point. I was divorcing. Moving on from one to the other. What do you. What am i asking you if you did. It has nothing to do with the people. I when i was young. They were not big stars. Who were like in the spotlight in the gossip columnist. While kano's young there was a little funky touchy strange connections in analogies. You're little touchy as paulie would say again. A little cunty. Well carmelo explains that. It's only a little thyroid thing. It has nothing to do with cancer and has nothing to do with being pregnant. She thought she might have been pregnant and they talk about the grief they go through with their husbands and then they bring up hillary clinton who had to suffer all that humiliation and smile through it how they wouldn't do it row hates hillary clinton but they do admire that she got mattis to set up her own thing throughout this. You know in the wake of all this tragedy and humiliation in that sense. She's a role model to these women's. Well carmelo i. Is it like until she thinks about it. also She said a walk around. I would berry berry myself in a whole if the whole world which was pretty humiliating. The monica lewinsky situation and If that really happened. You don't believe that i don't i. Don't i think that was all a setup caucus check up colin. 'cause i got a breach myself yet. What you're telling me that you don't think monica lewinsky. Thank that guy would do. You know the president. United states would have an affair with an underlying wasn't an affair. She was she an intern an intern. She performed negga president. United states would do that in the white house. Yeah i it's a big place. Well we know it's a big place. He's in his bed. Hillary's on the road. I don't think he's a little of a pocket much. Listen he's thinking he and he starts getting a little little little b.'s. Getting a little hot on nobody else think. It was a big setup to get him out so it never happened the blue dress disdain. This is all get any blue dress. I mean what are you gonna. That's easy so you honestly believe this is. I don't think clinton would do something like that. Have you met bill. I know yeah look. I've met him. You see that. Bill who else me. Bill and andrew cuomo and i've met him numerous times and i think he's with very nice guy and i'll bet my life on it that it's the truth. I asked him that night about it. And he said it was all fake and a big off. The i asked him and he looked me in the eye and said it was all bullshit. All right i don't you've got me. Listen you got me on a loss for words. That hardly ever happens. Listen stranger things have happened. Don't you think in the white house. He's going to do that. Something like that is going to bring a girl. She was working there. She probably made You know alluded to before maybe flooded with him. He's home papa. The timing's right bangel. There's people all over that all over the place. Not when he tells them to get out. Yeah and that's why it's why everyone knows about it can jk jfk to conspiracy theories j. jfk's a different story. Listen you've talked about the new jersey devil. You said squids from our space. Dolphins are small true. That's the squids. From outer space. Israel dolphins are more listen. I'm not going to be silenced. Not by you by jeff us and not not by david chase. Not by anyone okay. I'm gonna say what i needed to say on this show. You say they is sober on. You said very sober. I'm starting to have my cook apple. Podcasts youtube. I'm not going to be silenced by anybody. You're going to get the truth from me here. My friend i. That's how it's gonna be. I hear you are. Thank room tony's on the phone talking i don't know what he's talking about. Maybe his lawyer the rico. He's talking business about the plane tickets mail and wire fraud and they're gonna fold that into a rico indictment against has he comes in. I don't know to woman and she's crying headache to another one headache with rico. Now he's got curly terrible stick. Let's recap so far. Is this in a day. Maybe two days. I'll give it two days. I don't even know. Yeah barely k. Eight he's got problems with the slash tires. That was at night to slash tie that whole scenario. Then he finds out that gloria drives his wife home that scenario. He's got to go over there. He puts her up against the wall. He's got this recall thing. You got hooked crying then the card game card gauge coming. Just think about this a week a day three days in the life of tony soprano and it's probably right after christmas. I think it's like christmas happened like a week ago. Arbel she's crying hysterical. She's crying so bad that she can't even She can't even can't even breathe away their extinct. Tony goes to her house. I just want the way it was. I love you. Stop the gloria. It's over You pushman away you bring it on yourself. And she just goes off. You know you you treat me like stupid fucking housewife stupid. You treat me like a stupid fucking goumba house. If i'm going to let some fucking shit all over because he buys me some ridiculous gaudy ring talking about your wife and let me tell you camello. Tony been together for a long time. It's kind of thing. He could say what he wants with. Don't you talk bad about my wife. And that's what's happened here. That's a line that he's she's really putting his carmella down here come back from that. Yeah and he's also the host. They long to sit back like a mute. While you screw every woman out there it's like she's is you know he's cheating on his wife with her. You know what i mean. It's like the the whole mentality of it is self dumpy. Gator and she says i go to columbia. I've talked to you. I'll talk to your daughter. you know. Tell your daughter though thing. He picks her up and he slaps it like a rag doll. Yeah he goes down. That look like a dummy to very scary stuntwoman. Nobody probably a woman doll shares. She wants her. She spits in his face. Kill me kill me. Kill me very scary very crazy. Red flags tony losers. it Why he does a killer. I don't know why she you know she. She says it. Won't he goes you. Think my life's picnic and she goes poor. You know nobody can. if i'm alive. Then he realized that that's when he realized she's livia takes that and any finally realizes that it is she is livia. And that i've known you my whole life and it really dawned on him. He's like what the fuck am i into. And he gets close to killing her. He's close to kill killing a yet Out in the street. Jackie junior dino carlo mathu plays back it's very very low key i also like he doesn't look like a wise guy doesn't act like a wise guy he's just guy that got caught up in bed shitty. I don't know yeah. He was selling little axe and now he's gotta do it. You're going to help him again. This and you drive drive us. You don't gotta do nothing we're gonna hook you up. And he has second thoughts. jackie junior. Let's go down the show fuck it. Let's just go down the you know. Let's do before the now dino say let's do i dino was the guy you shore now jackie. Juniors having doubts jacked up on speed certainly dino. I don't know if jacqui juniors but he's he says let's so. This is the worst both of jackie. Junior's life obviously he was were to were kris. Told him outside a ruckus. I think it's the same words right. I don't care if god. I don't care if Elicits god don't don't pull away. Who comes by right and this is the worst decision of his life right here. This is it. They decide to go through with this. The card game. Jackie junior comes in dino carlo busting christopher furio eugene sunshine playing cards alberta's in the bathroom sunshine won't shut up too low level game. They're not even gonna make that much money now and sunshine twenty large here like sunshine's quoting jfk. Victory has a hundred fathers but defeat is an orphan. then he quotes kipling. He's just won't shut up. He's really shading really irritating. And i'll be honest. And now those. Chris see that it's jackie junior or dino he sees that it's dino and then he realizes jackie junior and here's this voice and he just kind of puts it together dino's getting crazy. Albert comes out of the bedroom. They shoot and it's a huge huge gunfight. Probably the biggest one in soprano Land ever get shot in the leg. They kill sunshine. I mean this is. They kill sunshine. Yeah it's tear. I don't know if sunshine's a wiseguy enough but he's friends he's automated guy. He's a car dealer and he's you know he's an associate. He does their executive game. He's a friend he's an associate. It's bad it's bad. All over the place and jackie run out in the street. You know they never even thought that this could possibly happen. We're just going to go in with guns. They're just going to give money and we're going to leave if you think about latouche is gone. Yeah oh he's gone. He hears the gunshots and he leaves. He leaves a good for him at saved his life. They don't know that he's they're going. I did have no idea that the to she said he'll live again They really fucked up big time. Jackie junior steals a caw and then to show kind of guy he is he doesn't let dino get in they could have got away. They could have got away and he did not do that. He left him there to die. Sure enough they kill them in cold blood right. The street he says where. We're ralphie And christian albert chill right industry. Jackie could have saved them guy for plan bad guy just just all over the place. I mean. This is not the free shuna commercial. Aww retail dysfunction. Which is hilarious. That's another great soprano details side. It's not just like he's home. He's in bad he's in a restaurant. He's shooting a commercial erect per. It's great kind of this is why the show and so all these little subtle things. Think of it's the second third the fourth of you know. And he's a good actor. Louis tavlin. He plays the part grade. I love what he does with. Doctor takes the bullet out of furiosly league tony. Christopher having furio is side himself screaming tony. Maybe you can remove his ladies underwear. give him a bulge. Christie's saying he's gonna cut an auditory. They take the bullet out walk into the hallway. Christopher tony walkout he says motherfucker. He's going tony soon. As i find that he's going. Tony says no. You're not do them. Gotta me and fury were made. He says i decided. Not you and. Chris is basically saying you're a hypocrite. Because he's jackie son. You're gonna you know you're going to let them get off easy. Which is wrong. You're full of shit. You preach all this wiseguy ship but in the end it's all what's good for you. And he grabs. Chris buydell the pelts. Break my but you're going to respect me the store. That transition shot of the bridge on up. It's donna fridge is always death coming. So i guess we're referring to guess jackie june now. What was it off all night drinking and the bottom being is that his so this is morning. It's six in the morning or something. Yeah so we still drinking. I remember the days when you drink at six of them on seven in the morning. When i was drinking six seven eight nine ten in the morning if i did that now would be shot for a week. Could lead us ninety. Can't you drink yourself straight do that so much i. You're the first person i've ever said that. I i've never heard that expression till you said explain what that means to the audience here during all night you start you go to dinner. Say eight o'clock denisov to drink laugh upper by drinking india despite that it and you just going and you go on and suddenly you drink so much and it's eight hours later. That is sober. Stone makes those. Who do you mean i'm telling you. Look at the truth. really physiological. saying i'm not joking. I'm telling you first hand you drank so much. During the night. I drank myself. I couldn't even drink another drink. And if i did. It won't do anything from so enough. Your body said that's it all that money for nothing. really yeah patsy Sylvia tony at the table. Rob sorrento's rose go with nuts. She knows around her image. Draw fi and tony with joe. Joey pants and jim gandolfini. It's a little cat and mouse. Basically tony is going to get ralphie to do it true. He doesn't want to do it because maybe because he promised. Jackie really would take care of his son. He doesn't want his hands on it. But i don't think ralphie really wants to do it. He says. I want to give him a pass. No but tony's manipulating basically sure you can give him a pass about what people are gonna say behind your back. Fuck it even because he you know they disrespected you. And that's going to linger the just ralphie. I mean if you're christian fury already fish you know but he's also saying you're going to have to if you give them a pass you're going to have to live with people knowing you got this respected by this kid and if you're okay with that he's okay with it but i don't think i don't think furio or christopher would be very happy with ralphie either as the guys. Tony saying this to manipulate him. Yeah absolutely as brings up to thirty eight. He gives gives them the gun knowing that that he knows where that came from he says you have been schooling have you and no he has not been. He's been teaching embed shit kind of give them a gun. He hasn't been schooling. He's been grooming in william and enabling him mofaz officers yourself. How do you recognize gloria steeply. Wounded angry being. That would let you replicate once again your relationship with your mother. I don't wanna fuck care. What you say Not try to please it. Your doctor tell me. Do i gotta worry about this. Broad tony spooks. She's got tony tony spooked and malfeasance she. It's almost like she's going to say i told you so. It's almost that kind of vibe. She can't she can't predict and she's like why do you put your marriage such danger. Maybe i'm looking for a way out. And she says you never gonna leave your wife. She might leave you. You made one good decision by marrying her and he said you know no matter what you really think at the end of the day. You're a very conventional man. She says to not a captain of industry. No she kinda i mean. Is this part of this tough love. There's a part of it that she's jealous. Which is kinda sticking it to him all of it all killer. She goes suicide by cop. I she just stick irena with a college degree. Right who are is the same as livia. Why sony attracted to drama carmelo's the only good woman that he's involvement. Yeah any she's like you're repeating what's familiar the drama. The incessant self regard that pass for love with the mother and it's a more really felt hook line and sinker though. That's for sure patchy test drive the car with gloria they park. She's all business. He's trying to be kind of friendly. He threatens her on the last list. Face you're gonna see me. I'll be cinematic. He saying he's like because you're not gonna get some big dramatic finale. That you're hoping is going to happen me. And i'm just gonna fuck if i was tony. Obviously not i would send paulie. I would've sent christopher on silvio to do this i feel. Patsy was a bad choice. Feel he's not intimidating enough. You know yeah. I guess that's the point. They're making 'cause then you have that scene when he's talking to his wife about the stuff shells to make it like. There's no drama. It's not it's not. The movies is just is just the guy with a gun. Who's just gonna fucking wacky. But i just say she was shaking. He got the job done patsy but i just i would have done one of those guys one of those tough guys you know why he got that patsies. Not a killer. He just doesn't seem like a tough guy to me. No but but the other point is you're talking about a woman who wants to die why she scared. Why didn't you just say go ahead. Shoot me crazy. You're going to try to figure out because it's a drama. It's medicine she's on. Who knows what she's on. And you got rosalie appeal. Sharon angelou plays rosalie. Appeal is fantastic in the really good. You really feel good in the scene. You have returned to me. Which was playing before the dean martin version. Now it's bob dylan. Who apparently recorded the song for the sopranos because he was a fan. Not if it's you're making a why they would you have the old dean martin which represents the old eob and now return to me is more of a with dylan's more modern version. Kind of saying look at what a mess at all is now is no loyalty. There's no you know things that just the wheels a fallen off the whole thing. I don't really know. But i does. It seem to you that ralph for setting it up. Oh he's gonna die thousand percent he setting the scenario for rosalie We gotta get him into rehab. They made up a story that he's serious drug user which we know he's not then he has a real drug problem It probably went to florida. Isn't that where everyone goes like. When i was young guys in my neighborhood when they got into trouble they all go to florida. Go to audit all. Does it to find them. We'll say all congregate together now. They're the same people will be down there there. Altogether you go to miami go to fort lauderdale. You'll find them. All all those italian restaurants and you do the same thing. Mob guys guys on the lam and same shit. How does it to find them with overseas dot alaska. They're not going to new zealand. Now you know i. He's setting the table. She know what's going knows what's gonna come. He's got a coq problem. She's wailing screaming. You could feel it in your soul. She does a great job Sharon cheese setting him up. It's going to happen. We need to find them and send them to rehab. Which is never going to happen. And not the problem. Right soprano kitchen. Mel is reading a real estate agent. She wants may become a real estate. Agent a lot of a lot of a lot of people like when the kid empty nest and the kids are off their with. They become real estate agents or they make jewelry. A lot of people Yeah there's a lot of A lot of real estate agents in the guna they get divorced. You know down there. You know the you see them at happy hour. You know that. Blondes you know. And you know they're in their forties fifty and the like you say some are good at it. It's a tough racket selling real estate very tough. Yeah show people You know. I wouldn't want to do it. You also have to know a lot about the banks. The mortgages the city permits the violations. All that stuff and legal title stuff all that ship so a lot of work to test. The test is so easy She's really about the magazine. Tony walks in. You look good. You don't have any of these looney toon moods he's grateful you know he's looking at her with different is today in Grateful that you know. He does love her obviously in his way. And grateful that you know what all this shit he still has she. He's grateful for her stability. I think he's making lemonade snacks. Washington's big beautiful house. You smell nice cookies. She's going for the bake sale. None of this craziness and makes them happy. That day. i'll tell you what if i was tony. Soprano i would have had a kilt. Gloria just to get her out of the way forever. I would've had killed while what would he. He doesn't bother him to kill people. It doesn't bother any of these guys as she said too. I have no family. I have nobody who cares about me. Got the system but nobody could care less about it. So are you know what i mean. I mean why. Give the chance. She may come knocking. It's like pushing a button. May you know. It reminds me a little of the dilemma in crimes and misdemeanors which is one of my favorite movies. My absolute auto really top five. When he pushes the button you know he has a martin. Landau plays a famous. You know well respected doctor. Who has an affair with a with a very unstable woman who now you know wants to blow up his life and have leave his wife and he's not going to leave his wife so he his brothers played by jerry or back. Who's kind of a guy who was involved in bars and restaurants knows a lot of wise guys. Yeah yeah and says we. Can you know you pay a price you get it done. And he does and he's religious melinda karrada character. They have a great scene. When he's questioning does questioning jerry. Beck's integrity just like that util. Because whenever you wanted it done you got involved. Of course you know. Linda respected with the family like shut high society. High falutin looks down on his brother but he comes to him when he's in trouble for the dirty work and one of the best seen jalousie is to deseda when he goes back to his childhood home. So woody allen movie and there's a scene when he goes back to flashback. It's flesh back when they're having this conversation is if you could get away with it. It is as good as you ever get the dialogue yeah. It's a flashback. And he's watching himself and his family from years ago but he's there in the present and looking back and his father saying the guy's got her on us all the time and it's just great and he gets away with it and it's just fantastic and she does a great scene so his daughter. They're going on vacation the honeymoon. Whatever was the wedding of the daughter. The new son-in-law the wife they're very you know Up there all male or all in with the wedding and the bavarian cheese. It's raining and she's not at the gas station on the fall. I'm coming over. I mean i'm coming over. And he tells him he's got to leave screen hats car pets. He's on the phone. I'll be home in. Twenty minutes puts a bag of groceries in his car. Drives away or turn to me. Bob dylan a great song and he was a you tran of the show is are you trent So he volunteered or requested to sing this song. Maybe he's listening right now. Bob dylan do you think so. I don't know that's a good question. If you are. Bob let us know. Come on as a guest part of the show you have paid in the show. Come on and talk. Have you ever met bob dylan. I have never met bob dylan. I've seen him perform several times. I never met him. I saw him perform last year at the beacon as a beacon a lot he does like like two weeks at the beginning was a great show. I saw him in. La and in reno him in van morrison together. Oh that's a good show. I saw him at live. Eighty played with ron wood and keith richards They played guitar. And he sang. Bob dylan thanks. Bill clinton got blown by monica lewinsky. I would love to ask him. We have to ask them. That's a good question. what do you think bob. That's a really good. This was a great episode. This is a acting class given by jim. Gan the fini and annabella shorter and eighty falco. Just just great stuff just great. I enjoy. I'm enjoying these episodes so much. I can't even know me to tell you me to not seen it and and you know growing older and looking at things a little differently at this point a life it it really i. I appreciate a lot with what they did and what we did what everybody did. I don't know. I don't know i forgot a lot of it. I forgot a lot of this stuff. Stuff is just just consistently to go all the time. Yeah i mean. It's just like perfection to see. I know there's people out there that don't like two sopranos. I can't imagine you know it's like you know. I can't imagine not liking it. You don't like those people. Yeah but you know. I may not like this genre music. I serve country music. I don't like but i appreciate it. It's fantastic did geniuses. Brilliant not for me. But don't tell me it's not good and it's not quality this incredible stuff. This is this. Is this this. Raise the bar. My friend did all right here. We go hi for the talking. Sopranos asked me anything segment. The winner of our ama. Best question of the week. Is kelly from melbourne australia which we were Visiting last year We did our show. Conversation with sopranos with vinny pastore and the new steve. We had a great time in melbourne We're gonna send kelly pair of bose headphones kellyanne guys. I wanna ask while you were filming the show. Did you ever become so immersed in your character or story line or seen that it affected your actual move italian or feelings or as an actor. Are you able to switch it off and on after a scene days working. Keep the two worlds completely separate. Hope that makes sense. What about you. You did a lot of killing. I Bobby only killed one person on the show. You kill the lot and you'll violent your character And not you've done i. I would never leave the set thinking. I'm christopher it's never that psychotic does affect you you know like if you're yelling all day long doing some angry scene or some emotional scene. You know you're going to carry that with you mayo. Coming home in bad moods. That definitely happens The only time. I really kind of things started to blur one. We were doing. The stronger story is i was living when we did. We've shot some of it national. Then we moved to vegas. So i was living at the hardrock playing a gambler and you know i would come home from work like six in the morning and then sit down at the table and gamble for hours and then i wasn't sleeping I remember and i was gambling. And i was acting playing a gambler. Who was crazy and remember one point. i passed out in my trailer between scenes and had to get a doctor that i thought it was having a heart attack because when i woke up i didn't know where i was. I totally forgot what i was doing there. While i was in the trailer where i i really had no. I wasn't sure where i was. Or even where. I lived in real life like now. Yeah it was more exhaustion than it was being the into character. Although i was really in that you remind you were method while i was Living in which are buddy rich. Will you know hooked up. You know which was fun but it's there it's like non stop all the time. I was off the movie by that. I went back. But i. At the harder i lived for like. I don't know month and a half something. I was living in new york. I went back to neo. Ganja without in our shot. Vegas tennessee that i. I came back here a while. You don't wanna do that again now. I pushed it and not sleeping. That's a big problem. You know i a doctor. Once said sleep ism as as important as food and health. I love the hard rock and now it's become the virgin hotel for genetic then. It was really fun but then all the music constantly twenty four hours a day saw. That's the problem. I also shot the tv show with bits earned that for spike. We stayed there quite a bit. i enjoy it. Of course you know. I lived episode on wet. Every moment of music doesn't fucking stop twenty four hours a day. The music is loud in the elevator. Snow getting away from people crazed and while that was it the overload me. Well what about you do you carry this stuff with you or what. Well first of all. It's very easy for me to get angry. That's my easiest emotion as an actor really could do that from zero fucking sixty that i kinda Surprised to hear it. I could do it right now. I go shoot. A scene crosses a very mellow calm. I could shoot a scene right now. No preparation i could read this thing. Do it angrily our executive producer jeff fucking sussman producers. Eighty verna rob your mother fucker now. What i did in season for. I had some episode. My wife dies. Karen had get very emotional and very emotional. Yeah that's back to back to two seats. Shot back to back. I don't think they add back to back. But they was shot that way so for a month and i've talked about it. I was in a funk in a real funk and i put myself and i needed to go there to get the emotion that i thought and that stayed with me and i was without my family i was alone living in little italy and i remember when it was over. It was right before christmas and we went out. I mean you might have been with me. Jim rogers We went to the ear and was like they lifted current. We're done. i was known worked like six o'clock. Seven o'clock then. We went out and it was like lifted so could for the first time in a month. Wow drinkin- and roger was dancing on the ball if you could believe that which bar the year of the air for the money was on the on the ball. Dancing four thirty in the morning. It was. I felt that there. And i questioned myself. Why am i doing this. Why did i get into this. Why put myself feeling this. Horrible and had the shades were drawn. And i've since had to cry after that. And i've learned different techniques. That was hard on you. That was very hot very hot. That i questioned it so i did take it home. They're they're the the angriness now. I don't know you know i'm fine. Go screaming my head off. Shoot somebody on blue. Bloods whatever. I gotta do come home. That's fine the sadness in the data. That's the one for me Morning and all that you know again. Happy is and people have a hard time with that to you. Gotta laugh over you know. People think it's easy you know. Try to laugh. Twenty five times see. Laughing is not is not easy really. Have you have to find something funny when i laugh at your jokes. I'm acting ninety five percent of the time when you say listen. I'm one hundred percent honest all time on this show. That's what you get from me. You get the truth not you. Don't get rose colored glasses you don't get it diluted you know how you want it you get the truth from me. I'm not gonna amid. I'm not gonna pretend was acting just in from melbourne. Now gone we we. We had a good time where they call mill burned. We were calling the melborn but we love it there. We did a show and we had a great italian meal and we had a good time. Thanks for listening. Remember episodes released every monday. Please describe to the talking. Sopranos podcast on youtube. Please subscribe to that. We've got like eighty four thousand subscribers. We have so many more listeners. If you don't mind subscribe that'll help was a apple. Music spotify amazon web. You get your podcast. Follow us on twitter and instagram and like us on facebook and right now you can get official coking. Sopranos merchandise talking sopranos dot com or through. Our youtube channel are executive producers geoff sussman producers and evert aroma music was composed performed by elijah amazon. You can hear more of elisas music. And the band's ope- which elijah and i play together by clicking the links talking sopranos dot com production crew includes tibert or i'm sierra sherpa and nyc podcasting talking sopranos is a pod jams production job. I don't believe that i that was pushing. It can't be fucking gyms my friend. What the laughs. I'll see you next week. That show was. The show is a gym that last laugh. We gotta have something something specific.

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The Joe Rogan Experience

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#1319 - Joey Diaz

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had a good time bro let me tell you something that was one of the biggest turnouts my franklin and he said he had a fucking blast over buddy said he had a blast blast gay people great fucking new york all over everywhere everywhere they're celebrating they before they are but anybody who's got a problem with that is crazy but on the dark side let's about the facts here a couple of confused little your wife i'm not sure i'll go have a drink yeah some guys who just want it to be an ally ally to the gay folks just went you know i'm not gay but i am you're ally next thing you know jets millionaire that's what guys have remembered gay dude dude dude it's the all same rules apply all same rules a scumbag arena the plight of men applied a gay man that's like three guys are there's a there's gay guys semiin sister and the gay guys that liv the converge it hurts my feelings as a fifty one year old man that's still a big deal that anyone cares at all it really does does it hurt my feelings 'cause i thought the by the time i was a fucking middle aged fifty one year old father then we'd be done with that people wouldn't care if other people were gay like of all this shit to worry about of all this shit in the world the worry about you worrying about guys who like guys like what do you give a fuck and they always go biblical they always go biblical like it's always a if god one of the beer in the bible that is that she drives me crazy where i lived in my old house in north hollywood there is a gay couple across the street to do to lower the pilot from major airline and he was in the process any other guy got fired and target of being a transgender this goes back to two thousand ten and they had cats you know made the guy talked to the guys about cats that wasn't old guy down the block that will come over and talk like you can't talk on old white dude like you can't talk to kevin carries that neighborhood wants to morals astles moving there and i go there are feeding fucking homeless cats what's the right so this day whenever i go my own labels messy among them pullover i talked to say hello it's just too sweet people trying to be fucking just being who they are gonna be who the fuck they don't we make jokes hey i've made jokes the whole thing but at the end of the day i learned the hard way and i talked about on stage like you were there when i said that my daughter by tomato party yeah she went to school with a kid in his parents were trained jen that i felt kind of weird and wet and on the way out i looked at the kid i seen sixty transgender people that could confirm a community yeah and i saw this little kids smiling and i go home adopted that kids adopt look what they're doing a kid the making of life like and i had closed at dawn i was like i said the joke i believe trending this hour fucking tight that said i eat the food nice yeah it doesn't matter it doesn't matter the only time in matters of maize with sports just stop it just stop it down where we're gonna be fine but this i look there's some statistics see this drew 'em let someone sent me the other fourteen states that allow a high school kids to compete as the gender they they identify was rather than their biological gender in those fourteen states transgender students just dominating trans gender male the female there's dominating his winning everything it's great i know you're from the box that i have a problem let's go here's a lot of sports all of it when when it comes to like power sports like i'm not sure they've done the work here i don't like this idea that every trent like these these excuses outliers and the outliers are there some like super athletes right like you get a regular girl who is a hundred and forty five pounds or you could get you know ronda rousey ways hunting forty five pounds you know there's like this extreme athletes third is people have different serena williams is clearly a different level of athletes athletes in a regular person right regular girl who's like her weight she's just suit superior and i think that that is what you see with some of these transgender athletes come over to become women they say well they're no different than a lagoon in wolf who is like a superior athlete female box you ever see in will knock girls out no dude dude she haymakers is checked with a right hand and say one of those brutal one punch knockout you've ever seen men or women in perfect technique just way lays this girl tim she falls out cold and there's not a whole lot of women other than maybe amanda nunez but amanda nunez is doing it with some little gloves on i wonder if she would be able do it like that with those big gloves i think she probably could cause she had sat god damn hard but you know you gotta judge each sport by the juicy appalling mom and she goes over to bare knuckle boxing doesn't do that well in comparison to say say like if somebody like you know like a really good high level striker with the knockout power with the big gloves on which put like if you put deontay wilder and little gloves i i don't imagine anybody being able to take that he's fucking people up at like a heavyweight with those big gloves so it's a different thing you know who the fuck knows but the idea is the outlier the outlier like deep the if you get one superior athlete and then you have them sort of commensurate with a transgender athletes a guy who is an athlete who became a woman at you know in his thirties and they just identifies goes through the surgery but how much benefit does he take of having testosterone slow through his body for thirty plus years we really don't know it doesn't mean you hate transgender people it doesn't mean you don't love everyone doesn't mean you don't want everyone to relive their life and and be whoever they wanna be with total freedom i don't think we have we have males compete against males for reason 'cause we feel like it's more fair even though it's not like it's not more fair if i'm playing basketball games michael jordan that's unfair he's better better athlete there's there's people there's it's gotta be way better than you no matter what you do like if i trained all my life to be a better basketball player than michael jordan it's not even physically possible right so there's outliers males but when the outliers when there's so many you you've got the when you see so many transgender athletes are dominating in sports and then when you add combat sports which is how i got involved in this when a woman who is doing that who's a transgender woman just not telling anybody insane it was a medical issue that's fucking fucking crazy we all we know we wanna pretended everyone's equal you know we want inclusiveness and we want peace we want everyone to get along we want equality one gender equality okay i get it i see where you're going but we also have to look at reality the reality is there's just fucking giant physical differences these transgender athletes are dominating against women who were born a woman they have to be a woman their whole life they never have thirty years of testosterone through the thrown flowing through their van just like doing steroids thirty years and then stopping that's crazy that's what i think you're freaking me out and you know i just smoke some real me to man how did you get me on this subject i don't even know about transgender people but but as human beings i'd love a mall i love everybody do eddie is one of my favorite guests of all time he's so interesting he's been transgenders since eighty five i believe he said 'em prefers women like women is not not gay fellow just likes dressing up as a woman and a extremely intelligent very interest as fuck that special very low fifteen years ago when my mom yeah say what you wanna say it was up there would v great specials because it had more of a one man show tone to it yeah you didn't qualify as a special but when you look at it as a whole it was a great fucking performance but he's a special person in a just just happens to be transgender it kind of makes me more interesting speaking about special people got apologize to you if it's on me because i've always had this discrepancy last night i went out for a little while i got home i had a couple of numbers and me i grabbed the fucking apple i saw a cast on the line and i put the tv on it in front of me was the blues brothers ooh homeless the last time i watched the blues brothers i dunno so the scene that opens opens up is them at the restaurant when he's trying to talk the maitre d' be joined the band and there's a family next to her husband wife and three daughters and the guys tom i'm not gonna joined the band so he goes really man he takes the bottle of champagne he goes with the table because so much goes i wasn't ready for that i just lost it right he's like so much of goes against what and he goes for the women i went to pay you for the women and the guys like you know mouth sad sack he turns around the guy comes over braces balls again he fucking turns over to the guy got so much for the wife some puts wife i remember this this is this is this is crazy this this what would you buy a house full of food in dan ackroyd court continued eating in the background dog and then we gotta talk about dan ackroyd 'cause he's been like i hemorrhoids he's the silent he don't make a bowl and the guy's phenomenal yeah he's still around and if you don't believe me watch a movie name my girl and watch this and then watching the fucking liberace movie he's outlasted everybody you know he's a serious believer in ufo's what what he's gonna do they got problems right here when he threatened to sue right here how much but otherwise okay look at the guys choking shit champagne and then watch fucking dan ackroyd watch what he does he goes if you don't fucking if you don't joined the band we will be in here at weekday day for breakfast lunch and fucking dinner and watch a dan ackroyd does this fancy restaurant but joe it doesn't stop that they get in the car they drive off looking a little bit of that's craziness the last of real comedic if you're gonna get into comedy or you wanna be this comedy one oh one they walk out they get into a car that black fucking car this is nonstop joe rogan right it's not like a hard like there's none of they get into a car that getting the traffic the cop comes up the nazis parades and he goes baluchi goes illinois nazis i hate the more than anything you listen ackroyd they fucking pullover and they take the congo and go right for the nazis did not have the jump off the bridge white people like clapper the ship but they knocked the more than they pull into a black neighborhood who's playing the fucking top you're boy charlie cook down in the middle of the street don't don't don't just playing the guitar then he's singing a song brothers fucking everywhere doing that business john lee hooker cnn who she inaccurate just staring down from that was diner the get the fucking guitar player this aretha franklin and the aretha franklin the fucking i'm sitting at midnight i gotta go to bed i got i got up at six fifteen with the baby i don't give a fuck i'm watching this aretha franklin and goes off they do a dance the black dude leaves at the white guitar player than what the fuck do that go up pawn shop with the fucking black piano player ray charles he's the one shop all the he opens up the he's blind he owns a punch a little bit of tolerance you just stop wow i had a fucking finally go back i felt bad about going bad they will never make a movie like this ever everyone gets then they start dancing linkage greece they start dancing let it go jay district dancer might look at us like fucking greece look at this this will never happen again joe rogan black people flipping and yeah there's a lot of grief on the cut this will never happen again these these old share this with the direct is at this point look look look at these two you think baluchi gave a fuck wow look out free people were movies there is no superhero movie saint louis millions make this movie look like dancing out that you know i forgot how god damn fund this movie is little response and then the chick that while once the chick that that airplane that was a star wars chick the died on the airplane that was at the check last year might be the best description of anybody ever reefer i had their kilter that on the plus you have sleep apnea should be doing pills on the plane who played the actress in star wars carrie fisher carrie fisher is chasing him throughout the whole movie be dumped the oh the right way and then they go into the bar and they tell the fucking do that they're the good old boys oh my god this just nonstop whoever wrote this directed this shot this so this whole movie they have the nazis and looking from john candy's looking from the state police wow that's all who chicago this is wild man it's just what would the folks or just listen just says the blues brothers nineteen eighty shake a tail feather seen four of nine on movie clips how network would like but you are they allowed the shoulder yeah they've made a deal with them because this links also to the if you wanna watch it you could pay right here rent and all that stuff fist you know what i mean you fully support buying this movie you looking at me going joey its economy why they look at it just has to the brilliant they look like they're having a good time that they're not blow about doing okay now what's the movie where he would walk off the set and just knocked out people draw one of those movies about this fucking nuts when they would say caught you got you know eighteen go sit down blue shoe is self identified the night before he would just wander off into a neighborhood door and go you might have a crush on you know jeff brown looking from neighborhoods this shit he would just find people and asked asleep on rogan what dog could you knock on look the blues brothers mayhem jumbles you fell asleep at a strangers house dan ackroyd proposed cares this is crazy like this was this wow caddyshack a you know when they shot caddyshack they shot it in florida our paramount went down that they fucking went nuts they're like oh they found there'll be snorting coke rodney throwing a party they could you know this is a different type of movies people have fun that's the difference having fun on that set this up all the direct this drink and you know he's keeper bill how many extras that fucking hundreds they're all in tune that if it's like everybody loved that movie that's one of the rare movies with a musical seen it fucking everybody loved the blues brothers right now the blues brothers style i'm saying that live like that was a sketch i i guess so yeah ackward road at john landis directed at they covered it together asteroids crazy in ufo's he's like one of the main celebrities they pull when people start talking about a like you afo real believers he's done like the little clips where he narrates things you afo shows and shit he'll be fucking believes what didn't they just released that there's even more believe now but yeah foes i yeah it's fun i don't know if it's real but a it's fun that's how i feel like i did a podcast with jim florentine explained the jim florentine that what people don't know is that hudson ten county new jersey northern new jersey is the number one place in the country where they have the most ufo's side really northern new jersey look it up jamie if you've got a minute please not to be rude but isn't that like near couple airports no it's it's closer to like do you like when you living in new york city and then you look at the hudson river they say that people will never stop drinking coffee on the phone and they'll see a little flying saucer rooms and i know for a fact that in nineteen seventy six little one whatever the fuck they are i know for a fact that in nineteen seventy five in nineteen seventy six you could check me out on this you afo landers hudson county park i was a kid and the next day the feds locked off the part that yellow tape is go look it up visit usa fall busy that you see that that that that's called the north bergen is where i'm from that's called i forget what it's called but it was so it's a circular building so they did so much coke and they're in the eighties they call just the grind the cause of a shape like the stone age i have a couple of friends that lift that people that lives in that building have seen ufo's were fucking years and if you go you do there's an actual north park you will they dug up they even they came out the more there's a liquor store and the liquor store guy said he seen the lights you heard like oregon music like they they landed a couple martians got out and took samples and got back on the thing and took off those of you to lose the history channel special about it and i still remember being a young kid to find anything jamie not give get that that what's what's popping up all that stuff about that building oh yeah is there anything as you landed that that's the story i'm reading right now is what you're saying yeah i witnesses you know it's not just one guy that says you of all people got knocked on the door and said did you did you see anything anything eleven ten at night and they said you don't want the lights flashing outside they contacted police departments deceived as they went full seventy f b i came in circled the park closed by the little league field hudson county but it is just like you'd think it would the area fifty one you'd think it would close the north las vegas the number one place you follows is northern new jersey they even made a reference to it and the sopranos when he said something and he goes what do you talk on my last week you said you send follow us on twitter at hackensack moonwalking right though those you gotta move in new jersey a lot of a lot of people would big heads yelling the jersey hawkins the gold star it's been there since nineteen fucking lament ski i dunno but that's the only good thing about will knock i think those people in lucky ducted they self and they put him back as being a mother fuckers i did a gig there a couple of times but yeah they used to be like a bar there's a bar that did something that'll be my guns okay yes outside of the secret was it yet outside no no no i think bob is more down the shore he had it but well he had gigs all all over bob how i met bob was he did a gig romano's italian i mean restaurant in my hometown and my buddies like eight a comedian let's take you up there and it went up dan bob's like oh no you know he's a you know an extra and bob came up as i go put joke my friends threatened me so bob put you have we become friends ever since that's awesome i think i follow me on facebook we have a chat and time the time unfazed book bs ufo's mother fuckers look into northern new jersey that's a fucking mother load of that's interesting i read that before but i kind of go daddy one fifty one you afo sightings in two thousand eighteen i as a you get biased because the the story is always some person in the woods and they get abducted they see you afo and some strange town in the middle of nowhere the aliens land the duck people you always think about being a rural thing but if i wasn't alien of course i'd go to new york city new jersey what what the fuck why wouldn't you you wanna go see the craziest thing we have you got like seven million people stuff together on a fucking tiny island in in comparison to the rest of the planet stuff stacked on top of each other off some amazing buildings in all these lights at times where there's all these people milling around traveling over these british you get this one hub is one high of humanity of course frozen alien check that out and i went why don't why would i look at a barn you know what i mean you savage joke they were united states the tijuana of springs august right where we doing this week alone comes out when they're fucked up and they wanna show that little better but i think aliens come here when they're high i did they did just get fucked up come on let's go let's go check out the monkeys this dude come on let's have duct a couple of them have a good time but the monkey building i never saw fucking ufo's or i want to i never have though i wanna see it lands and i wanna see one green do is get outside i think i i thought i saw some shit when i was a kid but as i got older i thought that was like a fighter jet are something that's what that was like do something the cats real sketchy memory it's one of those memories of like barely active but i remember thinking for like a day or two when i was a little kid maybe i saw you afo but i think i'll try and convince myself of it you know is board but i think it was a jet i think it was something something fast and unusual have you ever seen one of those stealth bombers that looks like a fucking you know we're seeing one of those things in this guy no yes it looks like a star wars when you go like a blue angel fucking thing of yeah they'll they'll probably know that those were like i think those are f f eighteens that's what i think is i think that's what that is i flew in one of those i had a bit about that too yeah you got that you hold onto the hand you gotta do you hook either whole you hold on you're handle if you're steering the plane when you hold on straps if pastor of the strike outs in the passenger seat so i grabbed the whole mess straps and you have to really does and you have to force blood in your brain stay awake that's how much g for she going through it's insane force blood yeah brains just stay away see that's that's one of those stealth bombers i saw one of those in the air over a i guess it's edwards air force base is that what the one of his that's his edwards the one that's out near palmdale think that's it 'cause we used a film fear factor in palmdale and we saw that they fly overhead like that look at that day tell me that doesn't look like it's from another planet when you're on the ground and you see that fly overhead you're like what the fuck is that so i think that's responsible for a bunch of the things people saw i think it's military aircraft crash question article you pulled up to fifty one sightings what type of sightings this fucking thing when it comes to what is considered as well well the thing is like you just see shit but how do you know if what do you do and you know there's the sightings okay but go back to that you look at that thing i mean come on if you're just sitting on the ground nissan i like there might be mine that does not look like it's from this world that thing is madness especially with those two guys next to god it's fucking beautiful the like what are amazing design that thing flying through looks like something on the keyboard you know it's assembling a keyboard and it's just flying perfectly juliet that looks like the future i mean that really does look like it's from another world i would imagine like little blue dues black eyes and when i was talking to each other and then i read it and i like going through fucking wormholes and shit i mean that's what that thing looks like and what's the what's the thing that they're gonna have a hundred years from now just imagine that i just wanna know what the what the logistics this is for it to become eligible eligible citing legitimate citing inside it just means someone thought you know you you don't like if you're a lawyer okay see something and then you convince yourself what you saw something extraordinary and then you have the feeling that you're looking at something from another world but if it's just some drone or some military a vehicle and then you look at it and then you convince yourself then becomes a bigger and bigger deal in your head that's the problem with people doesn't mean that everybody it see something is seeing that people are kind of full of shit for let's say you see let's say there's a one eight hundred call martian all right i see a fucking thing i call one eight hundred call marcia marcia okay whatever the fuck okay one eight hundred martian right i built the fall off suffering okay the phone will never stop bringing will never stop bringing people knocking the martians my concern is when do they considered credible what does it take for it to be credible for me for it to be credible i gotta see the mother fucker land get out my my take is usually military guys when when you have a military fighter pilots that's extrordinary human those that's a you know if you could be one of those guys of floods well beat twelve be dues to for them to trust you with a billion dollar fucking spaceship do you gotta be a a an exceptional human you there's no room for someone is full of shit you're gonna be a top flight fighter pilot you're gonna fly around down with gunfights in the sky 'cause that's what they do they've done fights in the fucking sky those guys are exceptional human beings so when they see something that's when i listen for sure everybody else i'm not that not that i wouldn't listen but i don't know you know you might be crazy but then you might be crazy even if you're in the military you might be crazy if you're a fighter pilots honored percent follow fighter pilots and all those air force pilot said do test runs whatever they they see they say that they there's other things there's a bunch of signings none of the bunch of sightings is a bunch of sightings from these really credible guys what is it about ufo's followed usa aircraft navy pilot says yeah may not see these guys are talking about these things these aren't a guys with the histories of embellishing things there's a i mean they have this whatever that is that radar what do they looking at is that infrared like what what is it that screen they're looking for the say what kind of image it as 'cause it's like a weird look it's not like photograph right it's like a weird computer image because it's it's it's detecting it right with some piece of equipment right isn't it like track on radar something like that i know what you're saying is i feel like i've heard that description of it too but this this article just says it's a video of two aerial encounters from the video doesn't look very clear why is in the clear my phone is a better job and that should not very good cameras on those cameras but they haven't good getting mean they don't have good ones but like an hour and a catch movement at that high speed up there yada yada outlets oh so requires some exceptional gear thing and it could also be that night i don't know what time of day it was so convenient so convenience they never have a clear picture that that drives me fucking crazy drives me fucking crazy because if it is real i am i love i want it to be real honestly i really do but when i look at aco god damn so many people are so crazy to before so full of shit you personally believe and soda why don't don't don't then there's other galaxies out there has to be well it definitely the galaxies other civilization civilization yeah some form somewhere other non planets there's gotta be do there is this something brian or what i'm not gonna sit here and tell you what they called or whatever but the has to be something at this point you have to believe that the universe to big just too big to discount the say no doubt it like that's so crazy sec because we haven't seen it yet it's so big okay of what he's caught in what he said that the tracking equipment radar an infrared cameras on his aircraft detected ufo's both times he was unable to capture them on his helmet camera okay so maybe you could look at it and good vision or whatever maybe i don't know where that's a good reason why i would imagine it's faster those got damn things are going must be really hard ian extremely highly focus in and out and that's interesting he says that lieutenant ryan grimes craves graves whatever a squad of you afo followed his navy strike group up and down the eastern coast of you as much dots on tanya no fucking i read something about the hudson river that all those people have liberal cross the hudson river weather on we hawkin edgewater seidel the west side of manhattan those were the people in the balcony you see all that shit so did this shit we did have issues with them when we went to the middle east lieutenant grave said how how imagine them following the war imagine if you're there were aliens and they came down to follow war so they see the war going on how crazy afghanistan come down and the checking it out just a dig on a cynical side of this they're not necessarily saying they are an alien ship they're saying it's the ufo's so it's something they're not sure of course i'm sort of awesome drone that some middle eastern company has nick and just follow shit are positive best or something short that would be the more likely explanation right terrestrial would be more likely that someone has advanced shit we know they have advanced shit i mean we know they have incredible drones i mean let's stop the dunkin do everything i had drones that green raise seals you put razor blades on initially you fucking throw when you're driving low that's how good the technology is a strong jesus christ i wouldn't be shocked if they do all kinds of things you can expand in there and they could take the drones to just come down no fucking way but razor blades on some shit when you could totally see someone having a small drone like a small thing like the size of a cheeseburger that has poisoned in it and just slamming in somebody you could i could see that this is but you're seeing when you're seeing stuff that's flying around the sky most likely is made by a person 'cause people make stuff and people know how to make stuffed it flies around this guy but then when you could just shit like defies physics some of the things he's fighter pilots see that's when you gotta wait you see these extrordinary feats of traversing distances like they can get from one place to another place so fascinated disappear there's something they all talk about they'll talk about insane speed at which these things and go they could just change angles they could just go in and take a hard right angle turn they do stuff that nothing we know how to make kundu that's where it gets to be like whoa like nothing sound like it's like oh that's like a fighter jet but like really fast you know what i'm saying is like an alien car oh it's like a car but it's way faster like you know it's it's an alien car but this is not like anything that we make these fucking things they fly this way they say flat like a like a plate hovering over the ground or but when they go fly when they gotta take off they flip up sideways and they have like the bottom of the spaceship is pointing towards were wants to go and it does something to space and time make some sort of fucking magnetic gravity connection insert big spooky words whatever they know what they don't know how the fuck does it right this thinking go like insane distances and insane small amounts of time then when they report the same kind of behavior of these women so many of these reports of like that they're talking about the thing that goes insanely fast turns on inside it was like a tic tac it looks like a saucer looks like they're trying to figure out what the fuck the shape is it's moving so goddamn fast but doing stuff that nothing we know how to make do i don't know if it's from another planet might be from here at six exciting shit i want it to be from another planet that's what i want like unbiased like but i my honest would i would i would love it just be completely honest i would love it if his aliens but it was people have even more scared because we god damned people can do that people can do that and no one knew like some if you could imagine a person who could make a spaceship that defies all of the rules the we know about travel about air travel they could make something that defies all that shit and somehow keep the whole development and production of the un a secret and then have a singing take it off and no one knows how the fuck they did it that's almost more impressive than aliens because that's what these things they're doing his so if these are these pilots are accurately breeding what's happening and they're telling the truth the thing that's remarkable stories are very consistent there's a lot of very similar stories from different people that there make a living flying superfast warships you know they see things they know what the fuck they're looking at they see something they don't know they're like what in the fuck is that when they see something like that that freaks me out that's when it gets me when some fucking kids riding his bike to school and he looks up and he sees you fo okay maybe it did happen maybe it did happen maybe the kids being honored percent honest or maybe use board maybe used board decided the makeup of crazy store and stuck with it and then after while telling it may be believed in himself that happens to people see things they don't know what they're seeing they decide that it's a different thing i've said this before but it's true story when i was in in alberta there's wolves there and i thought i saw wolf for like a whole second second there was a squirrel fucking score earl but i saw gray for movement wolf squirrel like if you're dumb or if you're compromise or if you're little drunk maybe a little tired you know maybe just saw something that looked really weird because of you know whatever weather conditions at her affecting some part of the world you living these things called ball lightning fly severe you know it's so it looks like ufo's you ever see that shit it's like a real natural phenomena somebody might see something like that and then add a bunch of other shit to it and that's where you get a lot of these stories like natural phenomenon and then people having a bunch of shit the things but then on top but that you have credible stories and you can't throw out any of them like you gotta you it's when you look at all these things you can't decide just because there's a bunch of crackpot stories about ufo's the ones by legitimate fighter pilots those are real can't look at it that way it's crazy to look at it that way because it's more likely there's something out there than there isn't something out there there's way more likely when i was a kid that happened in hudson county park i i wrote it off and pay attention i'm riding my bike up that same the fed tape and saint people with those orange protective suits yeah i like these people fucking amount of my but the one that i got high five six years ago and i thought if somebody had posted on facebook you do and i read more and more into it and i discount the until i read accounts of the twenty eight people you know in that building the liquor store there was a guy would just got dropped off a bus in new york the buses drop you off there in new york in the bus driver said there was a flashy so you know there were just so many people with a story is that you know they didn't see a fucking guy get out only three people saw people get out everybody else discounted the lights and the noise and other bullshit that why would i would have ship my fucking pants affirmative in that building sultry little martians get out or it could just be fucking cohen who knows who knows who gives a fuck yeah i just wanna tell you that that's where people can get freaked out and they can you know thinking think all kinds of things that didn't really happen happened one night i was on acid i thought it was a fucking that the f b i was out there with dog's day it was fucking the fire i had some doubts a coke down the toilet oh my god he goes i loose native and you're doing coke morning fucking ten would you start hallucinating i start hallucinate messages fucking dog is a fire hydrant you know how stupid i felt the next stupid a pretty fucking stupid i sat down i went over impacted the hydrate you fuck she fuck that's the problem with any story like all these fucking you afo stories people's memory memory not that good just not that good it's too hard to figure out what it actually look like after you thought like you see something crazy like a year ago and then he trusts crime it it's too hard to describe you barely remember it you're you're version of it is a rehash version but you keep repeating yourself you know if you saw something like savior or hiking and he saw wolf right he saw that wolf when you try to describe that that moment you saw that wolf years later look what what do you actually seeing when you're going in near memory how much do you see how accurate is worries lying about how accurate are memory is it's not that good of you you did see a wolf which is an extraordinary moment right here in the fucking for us like fucking walled off and you see a real wolf looking down on you all piled mother fucker in the woods of canada just looking at you staring at you want a trailer dotson extraordinary moment but you try to recount tinier mind ten years later when you actually see see how much do you actually see you see this blurry weird fucking miss steve version you got some words that fall into place that could describe it but how accurate is you're fucking memory it's terrible how i grew jerome it's good wasn't statistics okay like i can tell you about sites i couldn't i couldn't tell you what year someone thought i could tell you how this guy one in how he beat this many guys of the triangle and i remember things but if i actually have to remember what it actually looks like in my head i can't really pull that up i barely politically sita recognize it again you know you shouldn't be joe shelling knocking out melvin manhood and bela tor aside i watched that kale so many times a wild crazy slugfest end if i see it watching it happen in a video i remember yep this goes goes boom he keio some but if i if i had just pull that out of my brain right now it's not good you know what i'm saying like if i if i feel like closed my eyes and pretend i saw mike tyson knockout michael spinks i kinda concede blue flashes i kind of remember weird little parts of it you know i remember the final right hand me descends on fly into the ropes it was chaos which is like he's the best ever but if i had like play it back in my head it wouldn't be nearly as good as a video of it how's the memory in your life however the memories of your life you remember being three no being five mike i barely i was fucking suffering suffering because i think my dad my dad died when our history and i have memories i have to memories but look you and i don't remember what he was wearing a which shoes he was wearing but i still remember driving from the lincoln tunnel from new york new jersey and put me on my lap no seatbelt emil onto the steering wheel while and i still remember him in my mom having a discussion and take it with him that's it probably nothing else wow you know you try to go back and you remember then you start to write a little bit memory gets better when you memory gets better the problem is with my memory moas wondering how much of this is accurate you you know how much of what am i mean how much of it was i really paying attention during the moment and really being able to like if you have a bias perspective of something that's happening and then you have a memory of it how much does you're memory of the bias but how much dizzy memory in the bias perspective shape what you think happened you could actually kind of twist the past in your head if you're not careful and you start thinking about things didn't really necessarily happen the way they could be fucked over at work i had my fucking bench and all of a sudden and then you you look at it that way wow this guy work for an evil company they fucked him over or you go to be employers in some of these other people who work with the governor the guy was a fucking asshole he made life at work hell nobody wanted him around he didn't get fucked over he was so negative nobody wanna be with him and they office we gotta get rid of like you you you're looking at some point to you don't know so they actual memory of it for that guy might be then got fucked over by this evil company but the memory of these other people it's a completely different experience the memory other people is this guy was annoying to work with and they're both you know i mean who the fuck knows who's who's right but my memory is good at some places and completely bad and others like right now my memory of thirty years ago this spot i get the conversations we had really what we did a year ago like i'll sit here and go what did i do that fourth of july i have no fucking idea but i went home and i went home for three weeks i want the dinner with a friend of mine in way back i had him he's talking about tonight his own guy pro bro you know he looked me in the face and he goes joe ethic i broke my arm it's amazing how the fuck do you remember is one of the best way to my life i never laugh so hard my friend he drove his car at my friend you know people come in they driver yes heat in stopping time my friend my friend went down those alary as he got he went to take a swing at this guy and the guy put his arm up and we he broke his arm with the punch by oh the punch anyhow were cast and we torture them in my frank have threatened assuming it was just a any when i was telling this this face we read he had taken napkin now he was banging the table he's cokes i just remembered the broken fucking see he's my age because i forgot all about you know before you came in jamie and i would talking about achilles tendon and i remember the time ripping pulled a hamstring like having to go the hospital almost fifteen having the fucking doctor do something and bruised blood with a runner from my ass to the top of my leg it was fucking horrible i just rip the hamstring we were talking about a a you know like you know and then there's there's a theory that this times you go back the new or like you know if there's a fire you go into newark that fight no i'm i'm not working at one let's pretend you went back to newark and you went the syria grandpa outlive you saw corner store that were still there this is interesting and you go into that corner store maybe you've got a bag of wise potato chips maybe you get a button that you went there and got they say by tasting that bond and it takes you back and opens up all those fucking memories why eating something from the area something something it's like sometimes the song will turn us on the right right locking songs really yeah for sure that's why it's important sometimes when you watch a movie or a tv shut the habit soundtrack because we have a soundtrack you'll have a soundtrack about live i've had a couple of years ago wasn't a podcast and we're talking talking about some on jovian you like a member you have some chicken stabbing lessons about some of it like you you're even fuck mary lou smith and they ask listen bozos us you know that just brings you back just brings you back but but they say you're examples and bring it back has me my best friends were by the lake no snow in some areas when they ask most guys in most guys will hear a song there'll be by themselves w by that will your wife and your kids you know you'll hear never say goodbye the bon jovi and you're thinking the night that drunk magic seventy addicts church nobody it just comes back it covers back the haunt you for a minute so you know like shit like that we saw that with the seller that sentence in prison like whatever i don't fucking know like when i got locked up the big alba's appetite for destruction the big the big one i got locked up the big i'll just a regular people appetite for destruction of the brothers who is don't be cruel by bobby brown that he made solo when new edition so everytime i hit don't be cruel the one everytime ahead especially that fucking missed a brownstone every time i hear brownstone when it crashed the car all the bike this issue heroin today you know what i'm saying like brown that's all they would talk about so every time i hear those two albums i fucking think about being locked up and what's on never ever since guns and roses went on to that's all you hear on the radio now but the radio five minutes every day you're in november rain welcome to the jungle 'cause that's it that's that's it right every time i hear those jams i think about that stupidity that's five welcome to the jungle was mind but there's a lot of people who will say to you like oh you know i make love i used to make love to my girlfriend listen to how you know that but there's some people animals and say yeah the truth i used to get my excited listens when i was fourteen yeah music more than anything is like an imprint of the time of the of you're life when you saw it like if you go back and think about like familiar with stripes with bill murray i think i was i had a teenager williams tribes come out what year was up eighty one surface so i was fourteen years old that meant that was i was a in ninth grade i was a freshman in high school so that when i think about that movie like that was the the epic movie of all time when i was a kid was like that was i think about that time of year that that time in my life you think about who you were you know what you it brings you back to a weird place like it's it it helps it enhances the memory fucking tremendous is a great movie mo when he has such a funny movie about a line he asked the fat dude why he joined the service the guy goes i wanna lose a couple of pounds looking at yeah anyway the may amazing in this it's a fucking great movie man it was just so good at the time you know it just you you had a smile on your face through the whole movie like even among moments in the movie that weren't like a hilarious when they're setting things up you just it was so well done you just smiled all you guys looking at this as you got the guy from beverly hills cop you gotta vino from miami vice you got fucking however amos who was a blessing in my life legitimize me when i did this movie the movie was terrible but he was phenomenal comedy wise that's awesome i love what this brother went on to do but you know this is fucking great calm but look at bill murray is now this is the height of bill mary now you guys that are remember we were just talking about another great movie a couple of minutes ago then these both come up the same year did they eighty one eighty this is the ship we were going through this is why we talk about movies and music it's not that were all men a fucking being the style gic i'm telling you the truth they were making great movies at this time there was a few great movie sit down a few a few yeah i mean i mean quite few i should say this planes trains and automobiles that come out eighty three eighty to eighty four you know you got it the the the calmly lessons we were getting those years eighty seven well i think of this like just cinematic look when you did the godfather come out one seventy three seventy three so to access this seventy three the mechanics seventy three it was just too much mm just those three movies right that the godfather the mechanic mdx assist yeah and if you look at who is up and academy award the seventy three you'll fucking die you'll die go out of something they pick a winner that it's also so imagine the stark contrast between that and fifty three nineteen fifty the movies were kind of corny you know even if they were good they were kind of corny you know as you go any early not like she was king kong there watch i watched it with my kids and a wife wasn't home and they were scared they're like i don't wanna watch scary movies i go were were gonna will laugh a silly scary movie and they're like really ugly you gotta trust me this movie was from so long ago ago the what they thought it's scary you're gonna think silly analogies serious 'cause they they go okay but if we get to scare just shut it off radical definitely shut it off they were like i think seven and five at the time it will be it so fake looking in the gorilla comes out they thought it was hilarious and then because we talked about it being funny then they were just laughing hysterically and cracking all these jokes about what that thing like looked like it looked like my youngest daughter said it looked like someone's move poop around it looked like just like it was made out of poop getting soft clay it looks so dumb but you know back then that was good as it got well look at the the new godzilla the new godzillas godawful people leaving with a fucking headache yeah look at the gods or it's a comedy is oh my god you see those little japanese people look at this though have yeah this looks but it's just crazy and huge battle again these guys like yeah buddy you're not in a plane it's like so fake looking you know like these guys flying around and look how bad the gorilla looks it's so crazy but at the time was unbelievable this is amazing so if you go from this to like apocalypse now the jump in terms of like how impactful it is and how much they nailed it like this is it's a fun movie man don't get me wrong i king kong poster on my wall at my house i love the movie i love this alive movie poster from the nights and i much rather see video godzillas godzilla versus malta got mercer's the smog got villas fought the see see what japanese people were doing yeah they had the string on him they would wide shot so they would show the chinese people running and then they would just have a single shot over juliet is they look yeah the japanese japanese lookout dopey looks like hugh it's lit up that is fucking fun man that's what look he's going through they fucking electric godzilla don't give a fuck this shooting on fuck you yeah you know they can show you a behind shot of the japanese shooting godzilla 'cause there's really no got into a wall it's completely separate this is like a a real play model if you look at it he's really not sixty feet it's maybe fucking eight inches of something no this is not a model these are men in suits this is the difference between king kong and oh yeah so these are men in suits and it's really complicated and these guys how to be really strong 'cause they're carrying around this gigantic rubber suit and its heaviest fucking hot as fuck so the reason why move so fluid what the japanese did we brilliant once they had men and they put men in these monsters suitable just a fucking tub is not yeah go in a google the man who wore the godzilla phyllis sacks pretty fucking cool is not easy to do these guys had a walk around and have these fight scenes and shit in these big giant suits that wasn't animation that's a dude in there since it's not crazy and that's a that's really looked like it periods of a height wise is like the size of a person see that guy go back a bit you see that guy getting out of it that right there that's what the dude looked like it was inside of it he burn them when we start like a claim model elsom king connoisseur klay model king kong was a claymation from ray harry's and that's how i got onto the subject with them owes telling them about 'em they love that monsters inc show in harry houston is one of the characters characters there's something about harry using his in the movie i said i go did you guys know that is that is the guy who of course didn't know who this fucking talking about when i said that's the guy who was one of the original monster animators for free movies like king kong he did all that claymation stuff and back then i mean that was the state of they are you gotta think nineteen fucking thirty something like king kong is what thirty three thirty three thirty three godzilla those later those post world war to yeah see got fifty four fifty four poll she's post world war two with godzilla godzillas after we we shouldn't say we somebody from united states drop bombs on hiroshima and nagasaki when they use nuclear weapons the idea was that in all the nuclear tests they had done in the water there is no real understanding of what the fuck what's gonna happen and so the the science fiction version of that would be the all that radiation would create some super monster really yeah demand the japanese give it to they were dealing with radiation poisoning deaths on unbelievable unbelievable scale i mean hundreds of thousands of people wiped out instantly firm atomic bombs mean and so the just the sheer force of the power of those things you couldn't even imagine that there could be anything that could do that is one thing falls on airplane they could do that well what else do you know what happens if it gets in the water hoses chicken affect fish how's it gonna affect you know who knows so the the science fiction version was always awesome with like godzilla would come that's what the new ones about to write the new one is the same kind of thing like a dinosaur got zapped and now the i believe the new one was all these other dinosaurs first came back and they had the reawakened godzilla 'cause he is the only thing that confided oh god oh god superhero monster movie he's a superhero we build a superhero never come back he's a good guy in this one oh no he's not a good guy at the end of the last and everyone complains 'cause there's like this weird winky scene where like godzilla the main guy like looked at each other and i really am team bro you know the real godzillas man the real godzilla service he's not searcy that what the fuck so now the dragon mother of dragon dragon and the game of thrones that fucked up that city at the end like that's that's what a like a real that's a real horrific idea of a fire breathing lizard godzillas always adorable really go after people even the even the early superman's the first like six episodes you could see the string really check it out that's where black and white suspend violet maybe the pilot and the first three episodes they figured how you could do it you could see a stray it's a weird the godzilla stories a weird story right because it's not like godzilla goes on a killing spree just goes through tokyo just starts light never building on fire he doesn't do that he's almost like is almost like a good guy lizard in the new movie it's more accentuated then so he has to do is help help us adults are was the fucking bird montrose a moss more from the moth yeah well what's the smog months ago rydin is all about roseanne roseanne without roseanne looked like i'm trying to remember like wings and shit right in row dan have wings you gotta he has like the guy who wrote that looks like this is crazy shit oh that's right love row dan could fly down one the blue sky below and three oh three head everyone yeah but but this is new models israelis the new ones who knew what the fuck out of here with this new shit give me the blue sky right there with that yeah right there throwing a that's kind of tv show it was smarten lost that laser beams coming out of his pocket is like producer yes he did one of the bad fucking laser beams really like oh my god the three headed things that what is that called again three i forgot about that three heading door said oh jeeter a multiple out road than who's gator a right yeah just pull up a video of a godzilla versus geeder so silly but man when we were little kids this shit we shall nine saturday morning nice yeah lose your mind i used to love the show the best when you found out god's those gonna be on tv or so pumped from axel new movie oh there's a new mood either turns out that this movie is out right now it is the godzilla king of the monsters in writers in this all three of these are let me see these bitches whoa special effects today on twitter holy shit mazing raise oh my god do special effects they do today are insane so we're looking at it says king g h i v o r h h king deidra i'm like who the fuck in special effects are insane there's moss wrote wow is this supposed to be a good movie though the things with these movies is and i really hate to say this how come they can't do both how come they can't have been made amazing specials forty percent on rotten tomatoes how come they can't have amazing special effects in a fucking killer store you know how they do that that's one of the last of the great thousand nine of ten years ago yeah which almost avatar avatar was a great story with great special effects like it was guilty of it people pocahontas in space get over it okay yeah it is it's the classic story like james campbell he talks about the classic structure of these heroes journeys is a that in there it's very similar to other stores it's still great don't let that get in the way of the fact that it's great that movie that's fucking awesome that me who is awesome just a special effects and the the weight on went together and yeah the fucking in the bad military guy who's cartoonish yeah of course he was so why why let that get in the way when you're fun think of it as like when the movie like that i think of it is like it's like a lot of hyper violent tara tino movies like you know what you're signing up for you know you know it is it is not supposed to be some detailed analysis of the human psyche you know where a guy takes a strange just it's slow transformation over the course of two hours now it's a fucking bad guy this guy here's a good guy the guy can't use his legs when it'd be awesome if you could be one of those things pope how sally fucking fucking movie is great i never saw it i never wanna see the slick too much money into it too much but it could make a movie if i give you six on a million dollars it's not any idiot could make a movie about the middle joe it's james cannon james cameras the mom i love james so many amazing moves made some great movie that's like building an ego it was like fucking building a team to put a movie together which i understand but six million per hoskin nominated it but i love when they shot him they shut down the hall bakti oscars he walked in he thought he was bad to the bone he was sitting there with his new girlfriend and his ex wife directed her waka well so they're both up the same day oh he's sitting there looking at spielberg like waking adamant we got all these other white people what's happening and all of a sudden they go to announce the winner of the best movie and they showed up at robert oh once you pay huffy number is just a walk out of the amazon number big big big i imagine look sharp when she does the theaters like i think it's more expensive than the fuck in like a text which she did the staple center cheapest ticket three bills by the refrigerated thousand to just sit on the floor barbra streisand don't fuck around someone they call this 'cause she's like somebody that it's all up james cameron saw what is that that hey hey she came out and gave it a he lost that to his wife hurt locker though was that wasn't a like a culturally significant forget movie at the time of war does super well done there is no bullshit that movie like that is that is it good fucking movie hurt locker is one of those moves at the end of ego jeez speaking of a larger you see what happened in new jersey yesterday what happened ice went to new jersey to go into some jewish place and jews got together and held hands and thirty six of them got arrested i've always said those jersey jews don't fuck around the east coast jews although he earned new york brooklyn they held the hands on went up against price goodfellow young kids that don't fuck around those jurors i was telling only last night leave you know they someone like racism jersey and they do across the country just fly the jews in jersey had just where neckbrace did you know that why because then they run the lawsuit oh like i go so they get heard all this every time i go to the meadowlands they'd be eight guys at the meadowlands and my asked around what's going on you you don't know what that is down the they have somebody on the paper like and they have a court case going on that so far so they got away fucking neck brace is calling the jewish gold chains you just know that the jewish jewish go chase rate when you go get a fucking neckbrace back waterman jersey like take part in the jewish folks they're interesting in that it's a religion in a race religion both right kind of 'cause a lot like jewish jewish but he's not religious anymore at all no he went over the whole fucking but he's jewish jewish yeah it's a different animal there's a lot of jewish atheist you know like how how the fuck how could he do that how's that work they just do they identify with would that tribe is part of a tribe it's like a tribe right like a tribe in a religion in a race like three things dog when i was a kid i know jersey do attorney's name was cody his mother fucking smart wow people going dumb 'cause they call guaranteed thirty thirty thousand four and it might be will cut the dominance is gonna get already jersey thirty jesus and then you take in advance from you get hurt and you're taking a ransom coast let me get ten g's when we were being brooklyn last time we were going to 'em up peter luger's and so we drove through a these his city neighborhoods and these were the ones like ari there's orthodox jews is a big commander evil locks but it's in in new jersey new york and brooklyn particular and argue is explaining how they they don't leave this community this is where they they stay these other people they don't give a fuck about what's happening now is heartbroken like wow i just you just see this interesting being subculture the one of the more cool things about new york you get to be in that kind of that sort of like a genuine even though they're isolated they have their own neighborhood it's a genuine melting pot in that regard like you go the chinatown like a real chinatown you go chinatown new york city that's a different animal man i mean you might as well be in some parts of asia the law amazing this restaurant at so what's the name of it well where's that it's in my street so twentyfour oh yeah they got real twenty four hour gestion new york just put the fucking menu will promote when i was in new york shooting that movie the one that i was starving i got stone and that one i can't do it i called wall up what time you open till they go will open hung up the phone and i went on who who's a ten dollar cab ride aloha but i chicken dodger a heart attack coastal off at two in the morning you're gonna auto mall that sodium fucking kill me when the i'll be up to still fucking i'll be up the two days we often winter chinatown after playing pool 'cause it was like the best thing you know back in my early standup days i didn't have obligations which they're playing pool to three in the morning then go and you have a real meal like a really good i think i have a heart attack yeah there's a meal at night with the cardinals and egg rolls and steak on a stick gonna fucking yeah and i just a park fried rice along such off once they're even diet coke back then when diet coke at invented now there's always we always hear time yeah we'll have all the time i asked my mother had time people got super sablan tab went away remember like people would be bummed out i work i love tab at the top of the girls drank all those girls right yeah tab fresca frescoes moreover grows right but tablets girls drink because the paint can wasn't didn't tab of like a pig yes yes is nineteen eighty to that's when tab went away not diet coke oh wow i thought it was older than that me too yeah i still remember maybe five when they changed the recipe that was eighty five mother fuckers went nuts when they went crazy and they really they went crazy new coke like what you're on coke i would you fuck with the taste of the best soda of all time kogo the best tasting sort of all time and there's other stuff is really good at like root beer is really good it's interesting but there's a reason that shit sold a billion fucking trillion gallons over the past so tap had sacramento led the bladder cancer and rat found that out and then the popularity declined exactly one diet coke came out in nineteen eighty two oh they got set up put on you're paying a you're a yeah you're paying tinfoil 'em let me see a picture of it with a tab can look what is it pink trying remember see again memories okay like i was talking about i know that registers with me okay i know that that makes sense yeah that's a tabloid like that makes sense but that looks like the whole company yeah yeah i think coca cola discontinued tab put more fucking cancer in the diet coke what i was gonna say i can't i couldn't have a draw that like if you ask me to draw what a tab can looks like look i wouldn't be able to do is in that realm of that read but i wasn't coca cola that's what i'm talking about with memory you know memories is a weird thing it's very weird 'cause my memory with numbers is pretty good i remember a lot of important dates and times and things in statistics that you remember a lot of statistics and i remember a lot of fights like a pretty pretty much tell you what they outcome was how much do i remember seeing it how much gonna pull up and watch again how accurate is that i know a guy who's more of a sporting guy without is growing up and yes that was on a plane and they had a direct tv now and they showed the best time i was looking at i pat anyway i was watching somebody i pack but that screamers on they were showing the best ten football plays and they showed a joe montana throated dwight clark and eighty one am rather when my memories that way the sec at one eight hundred on that game to be over at san francisco get a point and a half fucking dallas and into san francisco just go give it a point in those days she's out my clock she would snowy joey was throwing snowy joey was up this throwing touchdowns up there joe montana attire all like ice who gotta see this christ although there was a cat's at some giant made with one hand i don't know what the fuck all my god they showed the best ten catches i said man i just looking at him but i saw this one catch i don't know what the things the kid they traded he just reaches up and defend the fucking polls in all my i don't know if it's odell beckham i thought it was all go back like a like a special they're doing this catches did you see francis in ghana knockout junior santos yeah there i think it was a knockout he just blush some fucking he hit him when he went down and held his head letter fight it our listeners that fight was over listen to me the fight was over the head man yeah it doesn't matter the scary thing is he just clip clip clip dumb rock dumb put him down pounded on his head and junior just couldn't even move you just lay there and take it and they stopped a quick that was a hundred percent legitimate hunters have legitimate solid between you realize that this go a little long i thought that he was a seasoned veteran and i thought that he would go at least take it into the third round and try to you know not fires power by the third round you can't keep doing this fucking haymakers i tell you this with a wrestling a little bit who is not what i anticipated was not the game plan i thought i got off stage of their starting 'cause i gotta is i walked into the green room fucking they were going and i was so fucking happy i'm like let me watch this i think junior has a shot here as i thought that he was already on the floor homeless fucking for junior had a good start where he's kicking the leg especially the the lower part of the leg you could release friday coming up but he he yeah he knocked my balance and that can really fuck you up matic really mess up you're movement and a if that was the case if we were able to mess up is moving giving the miss a little bit you know may get him so that he was having a hard time moving correctly and keep chewing on that leg then maybe there would be openings for him to to jump in with some punches the problem when they're both suddenly outside francis is bigger and the consequences are way more grave and francis clips you it's ninety nine i don't care who you are he's so confident in it to he moves forward and he's gonna throw everything full speed speed first round with him is extremely dangerous because he's just trying to take you the fuck out it tastes a guy like steep steep emile judge saw what he was doing and what he did was just ride with it just moved away from it kept his hands up when francis was coming after me used good defense and he kept moving and kept pitch picket away adam taken away i don't pick it away i'm taking his shots when they were there and then start wearing francis down taken down beat them up and then just dominated the clear cut unanimous decision for five rounds it takes a guy like that a guy like steep it has the mental fortitude stick to a game plan not panic in the firefight 'cause that's what happens with then governor you like jesus cries i'm gonna see like any second now i'm gonna see a big flash and i'm gonna be out cold any second now it's coming and you see the reaction they have to it's they fight different they fight different with him and they do with anybody else because the the consequences are so great you watch the way he knocked out alister over the consequences are so grave so everyone's scared no matter it's normal everyone's scared the fight you know there's at least there's gonna be some anxiety or fear or you're gonna you're heart rate is gonna get jack you're gonna be pumped up but it's even more so if the consequences are more grave right look if you're gonna fuck and take a skateboard down a small hill you're not freaking out right but if you take it a skateboard down like four mile can what is that for my own boulder what one of those crazy roads the goes sunshine canyon right here take a skateboard down that going fifty miles an hour you're gonna shit you're fucking pants tribal land this thing right try to figure out how not to die here the consequence there's so much graver you're gonna be more jacked and that's what happens these guys and they fight francis the consequences there so grave same they make mistakes and then with junior he reached a un overhand right just really really extended himself you can't do that with francis is everything is true across is everybody has a game plan then they get punched in the face that's mike tyson mike tyson is yeah i think it was it's a guy that you know you once you get that first point defy our we saw two fights the funniest won't lose the first one against the kids from dallas props to him he went up against like a lieutenant the kkk the guy drew blue want us face it the way they almost got into a little scuffle and the way he had no fucking love his face and smile one time he was definitely a member of the kkk and there's little black do from dallas came in at eight through the spinning back kick and not do it was all over you know you're talking first fight on the on the main card which find defeated from he's not in the injuries i didn't see that fight first fight on the card these eight no now out of dallas a really good he's still has to he's gonna grow a little bit he's gonna get knocked out once before he really makes a big jump but once he gets it the guy kept doing spinning back in the second one he was writing is back this guy just hates black people who the guy the right now that's paul craig you know talkradio great no he's probably great show i'm real what did one of the first one in what a tough face like fucking the guy from a he went in there like fucking braveheart he's a tough guy call craig's a good way to see the fuck in fact i'll see you know he was the greatest free guy waited for second one and when the foot land and he was right behind the mapping the time because i turned around him what a fucking dropping right and you could see his feet just like you know when you come you how you're feeling just one same thing it looked like he came we just went jamie's got oh jeez yes he risk by why that's the first one since around the way he signed by the back line by lobbying a man the last the last one year while the guy went out and other freeway slowing boom boom there he goes oh ball lego and he's probably right now redone fucking malcolm x is is this ocean yeah that is ferocious people wanna i did wonder why people want us been that much you know those like that i hate all that shit spinning punches why are you giving back to a killer never understood it well that's not what i'm saying i'm saying if you're not that good at it he doesn't have like a really fast we mentioned barboza okay edson barboza we'll kicks people and puts them on pluto he is spinning back kick to to the body i mean he's a his kicks his spending kicks her fucking insane but these geyser not that good like what i'm saying is like paul craig that's not a specialty is more of a grappler but i mean he can strike obviously is a good striker but i wouldn't think that he would wanna throw spin texas he's not like a tight window guy i don't if you don't get tight window for ten years why you they're kicking you'll i'm athletic yeah guy you know all those the i hate when they even that reverse punch when the guy keeps doing doing choking boston in the fucking idiot see when you're talking about like ends and barboza or no winning landed on the dan hangman kept fucking kicking his body spinning backaches just fucking it's not commit so that's really back you figure my commitment hula max holloway spinning the little fucking like you and then they got the guitar player yeah what's his name a marathon there's two did so did max hallway invented it i don't know how i just saw on is he the first person i saw that amazing now that's amazing max holloway the but he's such a fucking cool guy i love that guy when plays with that he's a champion illegal god i had like who the fuck is better than him yeah the way he draws the dust emporia eight instruments he says all love all happiness he's amazing jason tatum what's he doing which is going to know let me say he's a real karate guy jason stay them has real striking skills like what looked like he could tell even the way he's standing here like the way he's moving no no no spin but you even waste doing it like this guy's got real scale look at that campau he 'em he achieved a very high level of a skill in karate i don't know exactly what it was but from people that i know that i've done martial arts with him and train with them so that guy's a bad mother fucker like a legit bad ass greeley knows martial arts i believe it right cmu like i believe it seeming like snatch one of those movies like yeah fuck people up to the mechanic too far away yeah i know i know all the others you but hey i don't wanna fucking frank cynics aging hey it's how are you really should just say the hey let's not do that let's just write a movie that's similar and in omaha beach to it i know that even doing all mars that's really has no respect any level for charles bronson not even a full why why do you say that what do you mean if the if you watch the mechanic and study the mechanic it just wasn't a white guy shouldn't be he would very calculated there is no very calculated right everything was made to look like it wasn't an accident a very much accident it's one of the best beginning sending the only movie that starts better than mechanic it's got like a though is something that has a better opening i forget there's no fucking dialogue keira liver minutes yeah it sends setting up a guy to make it look like the fucking a heater blew up like those type of guys like i had a friend that they used to say is that the best way they kill somebody breaking the house take the fucking type the gas thing out of the stove pointed down in light of cam on the refrigerator and then leave a fifteen twenty minutes and it's like mad irene what is this jamie this is the beginning of the movie accolades on this is the beginning of a mechanic this is the beginning of the original the original a white guy when you know jan michael vincent father in the movie charles bronson kills he gets a contract killer and that's how jam michael drifter him when he killed a male looked like he heart attack one of his medical file and he saw he had a week cart and he went to meet him and then he shot at the road and he goes run run so was the guy but he's running attack jason trade them and whoever the made the movie make it look like he would just shoot among jolly amaze me joy when he takes so much offense because it's you know it's the fucking mechanic yeah it was that good of a god damn movie you know they rigged the death wish no no no you you know you can't redo death wish one of the most disturbing movies you'll ever see bruce willis yeah he should be shot no shot again okay i mean he did listen you know what that's which has been nobody remembers what and i saw when i was ten this is why i don't play that shit as one of the most disturbing rape scenes you'll ever see and jeff goldblum member they knocked in order i raped a spray painted harass ask i left that movie being eleven like fearing from my mom yeah like i left that i became tied with my mom at the bar i tried to get a sticker knife like that could happen to women like that happens to women like gosh is what they're paschall i knew i didn't know what that shit was so i watched a whatever the fuck this death wish it's a different world for women you i couldn't believe it when i watched that didn't they haven't talked about how disturbing that scene is that something that most most men never have to think about unless you're in jail most men most men don't have to think about how he goes viral women have to figure out what happened right because the arizona based on the arizona to build the building they become redneck and the red this man can happen to you goes up a little something you bags either take back up to those big city folks when charles bronson back to his house is a fucking white cannon from texas call courtesy he was an architect she gave a fucking cannon so charles bronson so let me go out and have some fun and see what happens first first some guys i held behind but give me twenty bucks you could see the panic in his face listen all matt seth stole it he stole even take it out and say fuck you know he was panic when he shot the guy in the subway seen you could see skin you remember that fucking looking looking at all this is great that's right right here look he's his own man fifty three years old fucking kill it in america giving men like you and me hope he wasn't even older men hope this fucking guy that i think you is at least fifty years old when when he was oh wow look skinny is by out while operating rather you look at it means just get better sunny with a shooting these little cute brilliant film they'll never do that again because they won't take these little fucking details he was petrified so great in hard times i think he was fifty years old by then remember when he played the boxer caddick he was fifty one i think hard yeah he was i think he was fifty one t r t back then so i'm not dude who's doing shit a steak and eggs and he was gonna formosa i forgot what what they from also that for most the caffeine a little ball down there that's where he would go like that either some shit i he lives down there i don't know what the deal where did he lives when he came dalai that's what he took the main bronson from that's freedom in hollywood really what it said was his real name he's a poet but bensky something just if they told you can't give you a chance you can't have that name three from looked around hollywood 'perfect as the bronze since you fucking believe that when you hear that you they will always like you're walking down the street and this is that when you had jamie foxx yeah he made it jamie foxx because people think he was a hot chick exact that is the only thing i've ever heard in my life jamie fox is bad multiple man brilliant man brilliant that is the fact that he figured that out of the car had checked pick a name of the lineup they see that jamie foxx you get a chance to get up there so smart you're you're right you know like if a guy sees that fox jamie with especially with an eye yeah he spells ajay i have my does yeah at rosemead just like oh he's basically regular jamie that makes you think it's abroad right off the fucking back is jamie j hey why am e it's girl is the i before the m is a girl spelling there's a lot of those weird word lead sean but there's a lot of hot sean sort of girls right what else what other ones scared they used to be like stacey like these the name dude stacey see like stacy keach they you know there's a lot of dudes like in their sixties and name guys facing this is amazing mind if i can't remember it wasn't in one of the weird guys in airplane leslie leslie the name guys leslie however that's a weird one what's his name leslie the hilarious hilarious i got a whistle areas wasn't he in crete show to what's he one of the people in groups you got killed feel like he is one of those people they got married on the beach or some shit like that yeah yeah he's a husband yeah he he a did something to some some rich guy burns to his head i forget those fucking scary horror movies like crucial fun hair horror movies don't make enough of those anymore either those were my favorite movie house scream was a bad right i medical and what you is that eighty seven i know i need seven and i said yeah yeah six mondays finance movie i think the latin that's the last one i watch but the last movie the scandal liberty fuck out of me was the first nightmare on elm street tongues coming out of the four that you know the people you don't watch walking dead you know why again i'm loyal to the fucking when i was a kid those doing that movies is the guy that wrote those george romero's romero i'm loyal to my loyalties with him i took acid and what the george romero's that one dawn of the dead when the helicopter chops the buckeyes had no clue what he doesn't even the helicopter lands and he says i'm be yeah and i think chops his head off i remember the trip that i almost had a fucking heart attack walking dead is awesome for the first few episodes they just lost they just can't keep something like that up forever it just becomes too too hard keep story going and it's just it's too weird but the best horror movie zombie horror movie of all time it's twenty eight days later that's the best one that said british movie so a it we didn't get until i way after came out in this in the theater over there most people have seen it this year they seen it on cable or dvd right was was twenty eight days later even in the theaters out here was it so the debt the debt the one after that was a big deal but as a british movie right god damn that movie is good i remember i bought a version of it on vhs on the number of european vhs was a different format is like i did have a different player or you have a player that was a universal player that could play both might have one of those just so i could get some cool documentaries and shit you would get from europe just as a reminder wanna give props to american allies returning my luggage oh after the whole weekend and they missed that fucking have thoughts away the my boxing glove so you're delivery driver you're dumb fuck they lost my movie side bag they did gonna columbus to go the short when we die and i brought me a you know my little fucking shit pads my gloves wraps you've been doing a lot lately more of it it's great right go twice a week well about a fifty six the targets the thing i take the class with everybody else knew everything else i die like what what a one boxing 'cause tuesdays and wednesdays tuesdays and thursdays boxing then when you do the class they have bar i'm fifty six light no let you know that i might have each other yeah working on a combination shit like that sadly sundays i go in there's an open matt if i'm who am i going to visit a chick that's he's got a nice scott like oh no you know she's she's a tough checked yeah yeah she trained brett the whole thing so i go down and just let her beat me up the that let me ask you this is someone who is born in another country how do you think the day should handle the immigrations here is this is the big question a lot of people know people there i mean a lot of people listening know someone who they love that's illegal whether they're legal from canada or their legal firm europe or their legal from mexico wherever the fuck there's a lot of people get over here in stay over here they're not supposed to be some term out turn out to be amazing people so how do you decide how do you decide who gets the sec someone coming over here trying to make their life better a better thing but just doing it illegally is that automatically discount them from staying here that seems crazy what if they're great has a lot of people come over here because they were super unfortunate and where they were born they they grew up in a shitty place and they wanna make it better but they didn't know how to do it so they came over to america by hooker by crook they figured out how to get here they got here now they're kicking asked why why would you wanna get rid of them as long as they're not criminals law hurting anybody why would you wanna get rid of them started starters let's do this let's let's going on right now just points the finger at a certain a realm of you're pointing the finger just south of the border yes canadian a lot of canadian which i'm not saying nothing bad about it if this is the united states of america company the fucking have a dream yeah and whatever happens sometimes a dream goes but you know when i went to new york i spent three weeks in new york i heard and i did a little thing in my mind you know i took twenty in fact i became mobile plan because i was doing you know all these rides not one person yeah not one time i guess what i ask questions asked everybody questions and the most inspiring person i met one network though i wrapped at six thirty in the morning there is no way of getting the van go home and i just called who i wasn't ridgewood brooklyn and is indian grow picked me up very cute you know six in the fucking more it's still kind of dark out you know five thirty whatever it was and this little girl that waiting ninety pounds pick me up a low we have charger in the back of you charger con is little karam als in the front you know and i said where you find but she told me india how long have you been a year and a half spoke perfect english while i go why why they becoming overdrive she became who drive because i was a waste is an indian restaurant and the guy abused me he would only pay me eight bucks in our take half my tips so me and my cousins got together we put away money and we rent a car release the car mice she drives in the daytime and i driver that night wow and i drag oh why you are just get to go out at night you think well she's like i love it because there's no traffic mm i go what do you walk with titus astor right creepy questions not fat you know i just yeah and then as i when i gave her an extra tip like now let me ask you this you be illegal and do that deliciously citizenship i don't know what the status was with a mask around in any but what do you think do you think do you could do that do you think like if you came from another you came from guatemala illegally came over here though and became a driver could you do that may we know could anybody do that or do they check you're citizenship what do you think jeremy there's yes they can do that so someone definitely come over here and start working for hoover or or another or similar i'm not doing that necessarily like through the proper ways like you connect if you have a legal friend you could use their license to be the the over thing and they don't know who's behind the car so all the time and i'm ordering food you you definitely have to have a valid driver's license right so when you get a valid driver's license if you're illegal or that's the part like as some saying so like no but that doesn't stop someone from getting behind a car if you don't have a license any day where i'm going with this morning get in trouble right now is are we on the short list because we agreed and somebody else give me illegals licenses yeah that's why i was out in there is a a thought the pop the of a memory the popped in my head about some story like that but they were gonna give a illegal aliens d a red dr i'm sort of saying like it does happen but not above the board basically 'cause you have any short could you see if they're they're trying to give illegal aliens driver's licenses 'cause i remember a story like this too is well people were super upset about it it's a weird thing ms thirteen states dental out there you go baby where do you have to move where one of those states in dc a california's the first one as a twenty thirteen colorado connecticut delaware everywhere this week why illinois maryland nevada's mexico your interest everywhere we go why doesn't necessarily have we are vermont thinking why non medical is very close business standpoint they work for cheaper and work harder than you i mean there's so many benefits as a business owner indifferent i mean the last time you saw white labor sam you go in the kitchen at any restaurant it's all you know i mean and so now you evaluate you questioning what what rights you have is of american you come here you get a job you're working hard you stay out of trouble yeah yeah mind you business you know i mean i grew up you and i grew in east coast where you go to a chinese restaurant and you'd see the the the husband and wife working and the kids would be doing homework at the back table and if you came in the daytime it was a different couple which is telling me that two couples together they buy a home and they open a business together they work together that's those groups do mhm and then from there they bring a cousin and they open the open next they know they got three houses on the block and i just had a fucking fucking immigrant family moving dna but not necessarily good or bad you know what i'm saying that that nice we all animals are neighborhoods charter member seventy years ago this is your grandparents yeah so you have to think about your grandparents how would you want them treated i'm sure you grandpa's father got a job blamed breakaway before he got his immigration papers i don't know how they did it right i think they got a pretty you get through ellis island may push down through i mean they legal situation there is a different world back then you could immigrate pretty easily like my grandparents did went rocket scientists when they came over here you know their kids their their their parents weren't geniuses you know what's going on farmers do you know what's going on in south america right now nicaragua on doors all those places pure how you how you know i can't be mad at you for wine they get the fuck out of that but there's other places on earth right now with this peo fucking how going on yeah there's come over to let's point everybody yeah let's lock all the fucking borders don't make it seem like it's just mexico that's the fucking problem you know what getting bombarded from everywhere will get new people in here everyday day from everywhere i mad at it the company had made by the wives but don't just keep point the fucking border that you know what else is coming to the mexican border that nobody's talked about jamie when you got a minute if you love to check in just a matter five me you don't make cubans again sent back to cuba on a daily basis from mexico really getting back together shot the cubans then when it comes to air travel why they're not coming from closed all that type of shit was so right now you can't come to miami easier come go from cuba mexico and just joined the walk wow and walk up but once jordan's here in america we give 'em asylum right right is attack but that's still going i think obama removed it did he really yes trump made it so can't go go applicants logan's pack mexican shelters hoping or charlotte exxon people going a that's crazy so i think the number a couple of weeks ago i think nine hundred cubans they're getting sent by weekly ticha just using your phone bill more people were making towards the border with since trump was like build that wall build that wall they think more people headed towards the border now because it's just like it's a popular thing to do it's a part of are culturally part of the conversation is the border wall right like do you want a border wall or do you not want to build that wall making a fucking a million feet high paying all right so that top of the earth or are you one of those people who thinks anybody should be able to come over here and have a better life you know and that's the those two ideas a fucking clashing left and right to some people think the people should be able to try to do better tried to better themselves w opportunity and then some people think fuck them you're going somewhere else you'll never get a chance to come over here going through proper channels which is almost impossible do something that's very valuable to us over here see that's the thing like if you're a person who has some extraordinary skill you know you could probably get american citizenship easier you unusual if you contributing distributing to the physics department at harvard and stuff like that and you're you know you were born in germany or wherever you probably get citizenship a little bit quicker and you're just a guy who lives in guatemala and wants to come to america because he thinks he could advance his life if you're thinking get better whereas where he lives there's no you can't go anywhere you're stuck the the the poverty is extreme crimes extreme and he wants none of that he wants to better so it makes it over here like listen when you talk about immigration good and bad remember me sure you know castro is seventy nine opened up this prisons and the mario you got a hundred thousand cubans and a hundred thousand fucking spoiled rotten sabotages cuban prisons where they went and closing as they have the shit hole in the middle of the floor this habit just their animals they got no problem taking in life of a piece of toilet paper but the same is true from other countries y'all get the good and bad some other country you know let's not beat around the bush before russians come here they got of course they go to school and take a twelve week course a comedy and get money right off the bat how they're gonna social security check that out jamie that's a very very weird what they get taught how to come here and scam the system whether you wanna call scabs i'm not put nobody don i have a tons of russian friends i love i'm not saying nothing bad but i've heard that's a fact i've heard from them i have a friend who's married and she told me one day that before they come they take a costa prepping on how to get money as soon as they land three days after they get when they land cashing in all the paperwork paperwork what to say they coach that's hilarious is a service of the day offer some type of class sign of vandalism works but but if you want scandal raj they'll really out of their holiday armenians come over come over get citizenship guess what they do they get social security and they move back to armenian they get the check sent back to armenia they have a system on how they do that they got a thousand loopholes now brother and if you learn those loopholes polls you became the fucking says there's nothing wrong with having a group of people they all agree on certain rules right which is of united states should be but the problem with having a group of people is you you don't get the pick who's in that group so you just deciding instead of being admitted by merit or how how good a neighbor you are nicer person you are they just whether or not you're born on the dirt which we board on this dirt of that or did you board on that dirt you can't but if you're born in this dirt even if you're a shit human being you get to hang out you get through in other people's lies while you're here as long as you don't do enough that we need to put you in a cage and then if we do we keep it for couple of years let you out you do more i mean this is we have no problem with that i don't know what the what the percentages tougher gun laws would have said is a good over his bad people coming across the border the thing is every time there's a bad when it comes across borders highlighted as an example of why we gotta keep the border closed in they have a point they all have a point absolutely when you see someone who's talking about illegal gang members there sneaking across the border and murdering people it absolutely has happened it's a hundred percent over a real things not not fiction questions how much is it happened and how much better is it so those people's wives it make it across is there a way the screen better to make sure the bad people don't come in in all these questions were legitimate you know you don't want a bunch of fucking evil vicious people from another country in your neighborhood that's how everybody feels so you don't want your children your family be endanger because someone snuck across the border and they have a long history of working for the cartel murdering people that's a real thing it's a real possibility so all the people at a vigil in all the people that are scared you know they're they're probably smart to be scared looking fucking human history people are capable of doing some awful shit no one saying i'm not i don't think there should be no no wall at all nothing stopping people from coming across definitely don't want pizza shit coming over here but on their promise how do you find out you ever noticed that maybe willful that would probably maybe were full did you notice that when you go on this homeless people on the tour fucking and boulevard lankershim boulevard on the bridges everywhere has ever come to your mind where you go this cars everywhere and between october in lifting cabin now there's traffic in every major fucking city there's a lot of whatever did i noticed that maybe it's not like cubans mexicans reporter recons of blacks the germans irish maybe that will fuck and full have you ever come to that conclusion yet i will just full right now yeah we have the tape five years off like i would accept that i would accept that i would accept a special circumstances like why are you have family here but at this point right now will fucking full yeah yeah will fall we don't have nowhere else to put any more that we we really don't look no louisiana eddie unless we packed with all the iowa and send the more you know send the mall intimate where's the highest population of mexicans in the country i would say southern california wrong really indiana chicago chicago their highest they form a ton of shit up in chicago a damning illinois wine a where's the highest population of puerto ricans the bronx you're wrong cleveland cleveland the fifties they shipped they all the deal is what what what's a tech importer recons is pointing to the cleveland ohio area to work in the fucking ford plants and all the other plants and that's all those places sat down all those people sitting there holding onto that deck when you go to certain parts of ohio there's a suburb outside of cleveland twelve fucking for the week while you know entrust but it's i don't think of it as we hate russian or german johnny that i look at it from a different but back the times maybe willful you know is the media send my daughter did the data camp costa rebuilds a week i'm not complaining it's a great day kids a science campaign make potions they learned about lightbulb electricity my point i did the same thing free all i do is walk the my park there's no funds left mm there's nothing left for these kids you know i don't know if he was over i walk into a dodger game or on the event i go i always think of the family of four in america today that both parents have to work yeah everybody has to work if you go by my office with a podcast in the middle is at twenty four hours a day may leave my office at midnight they see patterns it's picking up the kids you know carrying the mind over their shoulders and a car you know it costs a lot and throw any american family yeah there's not a lot of jobs way you see everybody's driver new if you take now who is interesting i'm doing a documentary around just going odors and talking to these people and ask them why they're over yes and then janine engineer lost his job fifty eight years old gotta work asian fellow very nice i picked the extra you offer me the plug the phone i mean you know you know you have to look at that and go wow that's a lot of people in this country without work there's a lot of fucking homeless people who were run out of money the take care when we got here is true like there's that lands and epidemic homeless we've right now where there's so many tents on the street and the fucking dynamic they're everywhere i mean is it at aachen lankershim yeah ron you're not there when there in sherman oaks yeah the streets on heidi on the pass on the passenger stuffed with a now so yeah i mean we have the failing undoing you can't walk through those under why do you know what the answer is you know what they usually do what the what they give him a hundred bucks they dima bus pass the vegas vegas is stuck with we talked about that on the pocket absolutely everything he's done recently keeps getting shit now time to get fucking some apart and put a tent city and make can be resourceful will give you more than a hundred and ten thousand empty rental units in los angeles filling those bases won't solve the housing for the homeless crisis yeah but the problem is if they these fucking things are for rent and you have these homeless people the drug addicts and probably mentally insane and you let them stay in those rental apartment they're gonna destroy rental place well let's be honest there's a hundred and ten thousand or more well it all depends on what kind of homeless person you're talking about a person who's down on his luck or you're talking about a mental illness mental dylan stralia big shutout that stuck violently when i see sixty when i see a whole lot when i see ten thousand homeless people when i i gotta assume for thousands of people were down that look at his lip they got four flat tires and it just get you know this time people go through ship periods of time it could be year yeah it could be like these fucking hikers every fucking three days of high gets lost okay yeah like this gets lost and they stroll off when they get saved they're all happy you see on my witness news happy wait till they get the bill because they get hit with a bill oh yeah everytime most within those helicopters so they their talent there if every fucking i got paid for for fucking taxpayer we'd be broke so like in colorado say if you're one of those hikers goes in snaps rankle and you're on on a rich somewhere they come and get you call somebody money you gotta pay somebody that's blocking talents funches that cost wall if you're a lot of money they hit listen if you like lady who got stuck in hawaii for a week whatever the fuck she was a month ago those helicopters core something just stuck in a white lady the lady gaga teacher the body loyal they're you know they found her right yeah they found i assume i'm just saying the story just because what happened is something like that happen seat and you get you ever get involved in the lawsuit okay in a lawsuit you i rear end joe rogan joe rogan's neck and god forbid his neck and his back hurt he can't do god's right you file a claim against me and while you're going to the doctor right all those months was a doctor usually right now yet everything's pamela dirty days net dirty is it mhm when you start getting those eleven hundred dollar bills from when they look and you need your neck when you get ten of those how you're gonna pay him 'cause you can't pay you get the settlement from the fucking attorney among a lot of times people go broke by the time they get the money the shippers sale take seven years to get that money going to the doctor threes very big insurance covers all this money insurance will tell everybody within that college this is it's more complicated what's that tell everybody what the net callers more complicated yes so all those bills added up yeah hit with a bunch ability joe you're homeless yup your home in cambodia wife whatever's homeless unless you have aronson yeah you know you're homeless and you're in and so when i look at the homeless situation when you hit me with a fifty thousand number which is the lie if you go run that way it's alive land that'd be airport and hook that fucking thing onto the four or five north look under that there's a hundred people just on the mhm so whatever number they tell you what do you think they tell you as far as like homeless population in l i dunno i know garcetti is under fire like i know the homeless yeah like the people what they gave two million dollars dollars they gave him money and heat index oh really yeah they gave us some type of money you gotta put up some shelters i i saw solid up in north hollywood studios food church on thursdays they go and take showers that you know there was a a place in maine that was a offering they were offering young couples they want a young young people young families to move up there because a it's tough to get people living some of those parts of maine so they offered incentives for a young people move up there and a lot of african folks start moving up there you know they found out that was a a good place to be and so they're like filled up a lot of their shelters up there there is a an article about that see if you could find that interesting it's like hey they'll they'll look i know it's called is fuck but will take a chance there from a war war torn part of the world they just be cold in maine and be a piece of paper bag okay pitchers that's where markets david slipped up there i asked him remember you have see fighter mind yeah yeah i ask why do you why do you like it in maine is like there's no fucking crime it's none he's like there's none because everybody's nice he's called is fuck but everybody's nice there's a comedy club up there where it was comical eyeballs on warf floated no whiz whiz kid from maine and vermont marley bob marley's this remain yeah yeah molly they know the club was that more asylumseekers arrived in portland maine from southern border city debates is a assistance portland's human resources director criticizes criticizes comments by mayor eason's trembling welcoming you're rival of more immigrants let's say they're all from africa the safest of africa but they're buying a bus tickets they go from like san antonio intact other parts in texas texas i think this is a different one this is a different thing yeah just just google it from africa did you did you have main african shelter them in this ship opt in and listen that's just one person a new migrant surgeon or this one from central africa wow interesting but you know for other people in other parts of the world the way i'll take it i get it main is it is cold is fuck for a good good stretch of the winter but you know they just stay indoors keep fucking hate on here oh l eight population ellie county homeless population jumps so from two thousand eleven it was thirty nine thousand four and fourteen in two thousand nineteen fifty eight thousand nine thirty six so jumped up a fucking tonto almost twenty thousand and that's a just over a period of eight years that's crazy that's a lot of people just a couple of dude by my house i take accounts there's a couple of dudes olivia shopping carts how we drop little food there's one dude that was like he's like a soldier with ptsd and he lives in the park he's gotta be six four to eighty big black what do you wanna do every time i see a my pillow over twenty i introduced into my wife and my daughter you see anything you start just attack attack you rent part of my daughter's going to grab a school i saw when they walk monogram is pulled right up agreements that commit daughter goes to school you see any suspicious white people you just rip apart the latest he has rambo knife rambo begging rambled i loved i loved that you could see where the ptsd and mental health he won't take showers a but he's got a heart of gold whenever you see me smiling gives me a thumbs up i never have been than they were ten years i same and that part maybe six never violent behavior he doesn't drink alcohol so i know he's not just a fucking drunk he just can't get a job just mental health no it's a mental health issue yeah it's seasoned veteran i asked him how doing what's going on hey told me this whole like the whole story is much without being embarrassed i just do every time i see him i just put money in his pan severe he's happy is a pig and shit but he's a fucking stone killer ain't gonna be there'll be no shootings at that kids school i gotta check it out three times a day they gotta get i don't think i'm getting i love i love and did that my wife waves adam we'd be bad emergency waves adam everybody's happy with the so there's no misunderstand understand this little piece of mind is there ever gonna be a time when there's no bad neighborhoods is that possible is it possible to have a place where there's no crime at all what do you think that ever really gonna be possible means definitely better now there never has been before and you could think that if if things moving in the same general direction the be less crime a hundred years now the hundred years ago but do you ever think there's gonna be a time where everywhere safe internet gives you a lot of education which cities are having a hard time they don't tell you but they don't really feel yet you know every weekend you see the murder counts in chicago grazing every weekend in america chicago these fucking country thing they'll say the dominican republic importer rico a couple of we but think about a year ago that is many shootings importer rico one weekend as they do in fucking chicago and the weekends you know look at the shit that happens and i like we don't hear everything what's happening dominican republic all these people die die i don't know what is that many bars this is that what do you think what do you think jim speculation i heard that a there's lots of deals that could made from my friend like if you had a friend that was like maybe refill many bars you're other friend would then refillable water bottles with us not actual liquor oh god and like they just kinda refill it i've seen videos online it's not accepting the dominican republic but where all inclusive resorts so that's what the video said they're just refilling bottles of colossi eight and hennessy and all sorts just like with brown water i don't know what the fuck they're even know what it's like a whole system they have this like fifteen people glow factored in the back of the shed on the beach just filling up empty bottles shit so just ripping people off i don't know if that's what's happening in the d r but that's what i've read speculation online says there's this sort of some reason this online not any off at the speculation is nowhere rides yet there's see that seems to make sense right if someone had a scam and those little mini bar bottles or kind of expensive a bad batch and just like you bad batch of the drugs they're gonna find out they got some holiday event and all or nothing yeah maybe they got some bullshit homemade booze it's poison got spread around yeah yeah but the whole thing is suspicious stick on the dunes kinky should to the hospital kinky shit yeah what kind of kings you know answering no answer oh i blow we don't know oh by you know there's probably overwhelmed imagine if we're sitting over here talking about and how many people have been calling them how many people or furious because they lost their loved one over there they don't know what the fuck is going on and then someone said that it's not necessarily really an uptick that there's not necessarily really an uptick of a death suggested there highlighting every time someone dies and the reality is people die all the time i don't know if that makes sense you know like i mean how many people have you were just looking at las angeles the come here and they visit one of having a heart attack and died it might be a lot you know we don't really know i mean how many people come over here from another country every day and wound up dying while there is not a normal thing that people do people do it mean if people are dying of heart attacks and also strokes and all sorts of the shit is that because someone's doing something to them or is it because a hundred thousand people a day come over here and one from a day dies on what those numbers arnold's widget would show people that died at number grand numbers i guess this looks like only maybe twelve to fifteen people since march march that's a lot but is it i don't know enough that it or here in california all these people are over don't know fifty or older yeah fit you right which can happen at any point in time especially if you're on vacation doing via agra drinking straight jack daniels fucking up a storm you could have a heart attack bro but all jokes aside no disrespect that can you google how many people is this an uptick are are really is it now what's the best way to say this source diaper you're yeah yeah let's see annual tourist rate tourist death rate is it any different from what we're experiencing now is it would be weird if we just found out that no this is just what happens and they're just making a big deal out of this first story with this that you know fifty five year old drunk guys die every year dominican republican in cuba importer rico and people get hammered on vacation bro you know it's like you know what i heard about the mega republican lock on it that i have no reason to go them why they sell cocaine on the beach i do not like that idea yeah at all when i heard the they sold cocaine on the beach what's the big a mexican resort where people go to spring break oh another one but oh yeah to loom no knocked a little coon kinkel tanka they sell copeland debate yeah all those tight when you sell coke on the beach i don't wanna be on that we have you know what i'm saying i just have this weird feeling about that they sell coke on the beach they do that in costa rica to somebody off me some borough no yeah yeah yeah celtics she's damn funny joke about that but walking down the street someone's trying this i see a coke coke coke we got we got coke the guy would see me heroin heroin and then he goes the fuck why do you think i want it heroin man if i could afford coke very funny one about two point seven american a americans in the dominican republic last year which publicly released is data on only about natural does such as car crashes and drones is not release information about desk by natural causes such as heart attacks or strokes even though it compiles reports on americans who die on all americans to die abroad it's a matter of statistics at a certain number of travelers we will suffer serious illnesses accidents and even death while traveling internationally the death rate in the dominican public is not any higher than the death rate in the states officials said that's what i'm talking about a foot don't when people visit other countries don't expect them to stay alive because you don't expect him stay alive here they die all the time but when you're talking about what did they say what was the hundreds of thousands how many hundred thousand people visit the dominican republic every year two point seven million visited last year americans americans visited last year oh my god really went seven million for ten people died eleven twelve people have died i guess i don't think it was a hundred thousand more last year eleven people died last year now this year lawyers for months left foot twelve people that's a lot of fucking people going over there man people die but meanwhile everybody's scared go dominican republic so it's like probably killing their business and how he was fine until we drank the mini bar come on man shore you know some some people i'm sure again for the the scary owns the lady got attacked there is a lady got attack right right or something they beat her half the death she has no idea what happened she saw guy within outfit on from the resort like go in employees outfit and he fucking clubbed her in beat the shit out her and she doesn't remember anything they he left her for dead and when they found out they thought he was dead you know brunell shit from us ten twenty is very no i really wanna go why is awesome gather all that shit go to hawaii united states we will have the nicest people in the world yeah good maui or you know my wife and i sat down and like all the place you know it's a six hour fucking like true you know after a while doing we do we got some of the best coaches in the world if you stop down by san diego mix up a little bit one of the beaches go up north of santa barbara go even up a little north you know so we gotta do that a little bit i mean barbara's beautiful senate bobbers be on vacation you know and you earn our way we take too many fucking place be on the six i'm gonna fucking miami or thought about the jersey shore i thought about doing a lot of shit like that you know what you could do to you could do a couple of day trip like go to santa barbara day yes leaving santa barbara go up past san luis obispo that's real nice joe donnelly or if you know if i fucking hate holidays do i hate holidays 'cause it's often does this look like you and me we work through everything with his mother fuckers the two weeks before christmas day shutdown in my head jingle bell a you know a week before mother's day a week yeah memorial day is fucking kill me like this memorial day killed late you gotta figure out his in new york with three weeks you know walking around also i come home and the first that comeback memorial day weekend nope buddies having a party nobody's doing shit finally monday nights on my wife i go fuck and i got tickets for the dodgers game let's go dodger game what do you do in the fourth i'm going to the beach nice i'm leaving fucking wednesday morning when did we have a barbecue over my house for for when you brought daughter was the last time those three years we're used to it so she said she's so cute man she she put me when i go what do you see now that i came close to where you were holder i came closer to say hi mike how're you it's like you know she she goes i know him a gym membership you know that's that's the door the the kids memories are horrible and i remember being a kid and going in my mom was brought there were certain people that would walk in will go before you say anything i want you know he remembers everything mm he doesn't react to you bill tommy at two in the morning i would die mom shit like that came out a gun he had someone is no mhm and my mom coach fucking christ so my mom would and that's what's crazy about kids you give you a little people you never had another room having a conversation with your wife three days later she'll tell me what that conversation was i just look at it i don't smoke in the house and she busted me once but she never said no no no this is i could tell she said she keeps masha walks out she was right there and i said i was talking to a smoke was coming out of my mouth she say i fucking hate smoke is not because it's bad put out because they're ruining the environment that's hilarious nothing about how she's like that no good people smokers no good because their environment daddy so i'm like okay what he's gonna do know i'm thinking about the wind thing i want you to hook me up remains busy let me know okay i know it's a certain guys go yeah clean what timely man is shows i don't know what time of the year the go any time okay that's all bullshit fuck yeah for hawaii hawaii any day of the year so that you don't go from like december the warriors have handled season nine that we went in june before that we went 'em last time we had guns in january or december yeah it's some it's beautiful the people were so nice man just it's like i shouldn't say this the problem you're getting mad you're gonna make more people come over there it's fucking amazing place living their lives in paradise deliver their their on an island that's created by a volcano in the middle ocean and it's fucking gorgeous says it's so pretty clear that the water we saw a lot of a lot of dolphins men mana spinner spinner dolphins i guess they home i guess that's what kind of dolphins i don't remember what kind of dolphins 'em but back in december which are whales that was awesome that's amazing man she fucking wales breach the surface of the water while band just scout their boats and look for splashes and the distance and then we saw the big schools the dolphins they swim under boat wild shit man you know 'cause they're just these crazy see mammals that or super intelligent living the water right off right off the coast mean that said it's such a paradise because what hawaii has no other place does is it's fully surrounded by the most beautiful pristine water there's no shit shit beaches on hawaii it's all gorgeous water and then scuba ge yeah well no historical okay so when you went snorkeling sharp known as kids a fucking adam you know what that scares the fuck out of me sox get the fuck out okay guy just got killed i love i love you too i am fucking point why am petrified that i dunno by you shouldn't do i grew up in a bit like i still remember my mom taking me the coney island dog being a little kid get hot dog i got both times i want the coney outside drama the first time i went the coney island courting what's the when the undertow yeah yeah where you you and you go on waste yeah i mean you were playing yeah look it up parents in two miles away very dangerous all the fucking lifeguards it'd be five maybe five maybe for my first experience in coney island second experience in coney island they'll my cousins were jumping up and down on their forget had it'd be like those hot days we ran then you know swimming around and all of a sudden we look up and that was the biggest piece of shit who is thirteen fourteen it just spinning around the beach just float and past this oh oh my mom i'm never going back that was the last time what the coney island and then i went the jersey and i went through the beach i loved it everything was hunky dory and it started here about two thousand three i went down to the beach and when we got there they got the lifeguard walk so you know do you smoke a fucking join you got spf on you the guy comes in when he goes the beach is enclosed officially but there's been a a couple of shark sightings just so if you go into the water i just want you know let me know when wavell rough this is when you come up here and you make the right turn down a you know i dunno anyway it's it's we're going down to the beach dot the four five way the sunset and you get off it see other way what can you do pango depending on that yeah that time we got right that we landed at two thousand three two thousand two the has it up we it's not closed but they've been seen a couple of spots and finally i always try to go in the ocean cuban my mother loved the beach we always went everytime i go to the beach i go what the fuck is wrong with me like buckle up i tape for steps i depend and then i walk a little bit once i start bouncing i go on a couple of strokes joe i feel great and this is one of those fucking things touch my foot you never sat mother fuck around this quick as you say i just run straight and that's it i put my spf on and go back in the water i go and just to refresh my so did you see the fucking and the great white north dakota's the jersey one bit the guy's a fish means brandon nc that unbeliev that's not normal brother i grew up in jersey there's always been sharks but not great whites like that grave wags started the first time i ever saw shark was a money talk money talk is next at amalie where they really shot jaws jaws is supposed to be happening on one of those if you look i don't know what what correctly it is when they shot jaws it's supposed to be the coaster fucking alone but if anybody knew when i was a kid i used to go the month off all the time that beach was no bueno dog you'd be on the beach in a fucking crap would walk up to you and walk various producers cheese this is a lot of guys come on that shortlist biting their belief is that what that is is that a sacramento yeah yet enters the chumming it yet other chumming wiser buddy nothing then is that definitely what's going on what is a on that wrote back there oh so ripped apart oh yeah look there salmon fillet is two thousand pound or a fish fish was the they think the sharpest two thousand pound look at this heart stop stop doing this 'cause it's hard me tell what's going on okay they dangled so what is it biting what is that yellow thing it's like oh boy is it looks like but why would it by the bully it's a fucking but when you see how if they have that piece of fish there dang in the water it seemed to me like they were trying to bring that but that would that fish it was already full laid so it's like the body the head and the tail it seemed to me like they're putting that in the water to attract sharks i bet they know spot where shall see see what i'm talking about see that's the part of the fish that you can't you know it's like he's got it opened up a fillet and they're dragging it through the water i think to try to attract them maybe salt and they're like let's see if we can get it yeah maybe right yeah florida shit nevermind gonna throw it yes we're throwing that in the water out there definitely try to bring us closer to the both chicago i don't give a fuck and they put a leg in the water looked at the size that a lot paying off the coast of new jersey that would make you scratch your head that a week later a seal attack the girl the california beach seal i saw one where seal gravity girls lay pulled her the water off a dog that was a different words this this is another one another one and they're blaming it on the chemicals only ocean hello knox's something like that that once the seals a get that in look at this girl how she got dragged them caused this listen if my brother oh my god oh my god yeah little funky why something's going on shit holy shit borough climate change is everywhere it's all over the thing that that seems like a nice wow that's crazy they got it on video to just jumps up in biter fucking life maybe to pay back the dog's well this is odd yeah i don't know how we're going on here not the big giant shark oh and then the rest of the dogs come in and help that's buddy and it's sort of stays for a second i thought maybe it had one and they're trying to get released it did it i don't believe now looking at jesus christ the really crazy fucking video but the dog a huge also another best dog i guess who else to sharks outages like that that's a fucking shark bro no though you gotta be very careful you gotta be very careful know something's going on and you have to do think the world's coming to an end not at all what do you think i'm eddie bravo the world we got whistling invicta until something happens but while i miss all these shark attacks specially on the east coast the last three weeks well here's one thing westbound east coast one thing could be lack of food right i mean they over fish the fuck away ocean people know for a fact that's that's a real problem that's a real problem overfishing giant problem they're worried the the ocean fish in some parts of the world will literally be extinct there'll be nothing left and fifty sixty a hundred years who knows if they don't clean up their act but you see the way they do it commercial and that's just throw those fucking things in and just insane wide nets just scooping up everything and then they they get all these fish and they dumped him in the hall of the boat and it's it's crazy how much fish they kill it's crazy how much would a desire for fish we all have but if sharks run out of shitty and then the seals run i should eat the shark start running out of seals and they start going after people will seals eat it's a good question i would imagine eat fish ryan's ago yeah seals up in san francisco will getting killed by sharks yeah check it out at level at such a high level that i guide was on surfboard and they couldn't imagine why the shark bedroom and then they looked into it and they said some underneath a shark just sees they see a seal yeah yeah there's a crazy video of a shark taken a seal out out on the this one right here right in front of all these people on the on the marina alcatraz alcatraz okay wash us back it up a little bit what's this bladder the shark just jack's is fucking ceo right in front of everybody they're all looking out watches boom look at all the blood and everybody's like what the fuck so oil slick blood the shark comes out of the water with the seal i mean look at that blood that is madness bright red blocked the lodge in a fucking huge shark destroying a seal in front of everybody just let you know that their world there's monsters right there by it's just they can't get out of the water i mean imagine if that was like next the woods and you know if you didn't go into the woods you'd be okay but if you did go into the woods there's a giant gracing moose thirty miles an hour the just by the legs and arms off of everything runs into the village was scared i'm going going into the woods because something's gonna kill innocent say yeah they put a a costume the villagers about a bunch of people didn't know it was like two thousand in light of what they had some they're gonna die by something yeah they scared and when some costume or some shit right giant shark but that's what it's like when you're sitting on the dock they're looking out at that shark fuck it up that seal water it's right there i mean you could just jump in i mean it is sort of like being at the edge of the woods watching some of mythical monster tear apart a creature in front of you we spoke when you win hawaii that's the first thing i said to you know look out for the sharks dog worry the vine nothing happened were fun and they got him heads down there was a lot of tiger sharks tiger sharks by people bull sharks apparently the most dangerous and then weird one because they go to freshwater they'll go like they found bull sharks way up near illinois near chicago on rivers bull shark skin freshwater modern and swim all the way up the river in fact jaws actually inspired by bull sharks that bit people over like successive couple of days in new jersey in a river new jersey that's the actual original story that inspired jaws came from shark attacks and like i wanna say like maybe the fifties or some shit like that there were near a river in new jersey freshwater river speaking of new jersey is similar sure you see these on that story dhamma and other insects only sippy river oh yeah yeah yeah so that's all i'm saying yeah yeah exactly they can go way up sticking surviving freshwater the bull sharks her a weird animal i think that monster guy that the television show river monsters that do that cool guy i think that guy a cot one somewhere remember correctly that guy they used to hang out with wild boy steve oh and chris pontius many he got into that water in the bay bay san francisco with to enter bull sharks the footage of it is fucking crazy oh my god is so insane there also uncertain which is okay jim nothing nothing simple about stephen stevens on that fucking tree in the lions jumped up and the treaty with him like what the fuck fox on his hat from took his hat off his head only watch watch watch watch like humans inches from death when you fan sent me an article for you owe about six months ago really interesting i got somewhere my tickets on twitter so rocky balboa rocket bama sylvester stallone with a young guy and he went into a gym in bay because he wanted chuck weapon news train the train but chuck weapons training dumb fuck off because sylvester stallone i'd done more so sylvester salon away out stole chuck what no book that he wrote in and that's where he took the idea of rocky it's a true trivia this i never heard that doesn't maybe it's true despite the fact is still slow mo sued by web there in two thousand three for using his story of rocky he ultimately sell front undisclosed amount of money in two thousand six according to forbes seems really good speed about wetness tail being told on big screen in an interview with deadline chuck producer mike tomlin said the storm was supportive of everyone involved reading the script and even showing up on set in lives had positive dialogue during shooting the movie about check they did a movie about chuck 'em that's weird that he used his story rockies will be idea was that he used a story when chuck weapon their farm hamad ali wwl east on nobody kind of makes sense that we based on his carl weathers was kind of like a mohammed ali character in rocky balboa channel chuck weber but i if i remember that fight correctly i mean i remember mohammed ali beating the shit out of chuck grabner i don't remember it being like a close fight like they didn't they make that fight a draw wasn't rocket wanna draw he did knock him out chuck what no no he he he beat him up they beat him up in knock them out but i think he went i think he went twelve rounds maybe it might have been fifteen rounds wiping back when they were doing fifteen matter of fact i think the i think if i remember correctly went the distance but again my boxing knowledge is not like my emma may knowledge it's like be level which is a nineteen seventy five is billed as they give the white guy a break oh my god is hilarious they should have done that in rocky knocked on the fifteenth around okay fifteen throw so that's what i'm saying it wasn't like rocky rocky the story of rocky is this guy who actually was a good fighter but shins never focused himself decides to focus himself with is preposterous opportunity five the title and ashley hurt some actually hurt some in the draw a dna of the fi it's a crazy fucking war and it turns out to be a draw that was not chocolate and their story i mean unless these part of chuck not web there's life we're tatum yeah you might have to pay it might have been might have there may be some truth function store maybe still is always don't have a sticky fingers mhm he stuffed you feeling expendable student yeah and that is to take it back in those days that's what they did right people people don't know is this couple people who do that they meet with a guy died jamie i don't give us an idea but i would back the columbus ultimately later jamie turned the tv on this story on tv jamie takes on the court and wins yeah as the notes the appointment that his agent made from the meat stallone austin long as the shell now is fully amount of the script he doesn't have the proceedings worthy made yeah so it's a it's it's tremendous scam if you do it and get away with it i listen i'm not bad mountains won't let me tell you something everytime those rockies come on i watch those fucking bangs yeah and i am more more bad for that they kind of still hold up and what's really happening about the rockies is they keep bumgarner i mean you know that right and then another one greed greed now they got michael b jordan yeah you know did you see the video of a michael b jordan going through the the tactical course fucking bad ass man i don't know what movie he's preparing for but he's preparing for some fucking crazy crazy shooting a movie i guess you know i did herron tactical i did this thing went up boy and i didn't know like a boy with john right the is telling me that after movies he does you gotta go there six months before the rogue he's going through one of these courses like john wick style yes you gotta go through six months of this says it's worth for black panther so this is when he was in that movie black panther so he's preparing for there's a bunch of guys in that movie that makes sense yeah i did shoot logan's not movie yeah here's a mercenary don't you remember michael b jordan with a killer in the us remember the handyman fights i guess yeah well there's that too but i'm sure there was some gunfights and just to be able to handle it and look and look like this look like i mean i don't know enough about shooting to know this looks good looks good to me though you know what i'm saying well if you watch like tom cruise and collateral mhm when he goes into a japanese bar on in korea town when he's using tactical shooting right like it's real practical yeah i always knew that tom cruise's ultimate professional you that's why he gets twenty eighty million the movie the whole deal but when i talked to all boy he was telling me now that all these movies now you go five six months before the movie starts and it's you know eight hours of training mhm you gotta give it up for you boy john wick oh yes fifty six six you don't five hours a day jujitsu he's doing jujitsu and he there's a bunch of scenes of him doing that say the same for who did it with henry rifle one of those henry old school western by folks pangs when those called you know those little load am up ones we'll let it rest down to reload remember when we were kids we had those yeah you bumped him the strongest yeah bb gun shot you're grandmother like eighty guys if you hated the mother fucker you start bumper that bitch like six in the morning you give a full that was the ultimate dangerous weapon it gives you a kid a fucking we had everything we had one of those numbers arish rocket yeah i had a little rocket is that what it is i call yeah they had a thing to surgical to all my god i had a the lid on the second floor and he would just peg love kids as they were walking out receipts check my guy he was in school to leaving run home from school gone is fucking on the second third floor attic lay on the floor like a mercenary and just shoot kids they could move best oh my god how funny would say he he nails in wait tables like d at school when people put their books down like a quote by the now he was just a fucking but now he's somewhere stone elevators and pennsylvania is on the floor both chris rock of this dangerous we used his marbles sigrist rocket by bagga marbles did ariss rocket oh yeah 'cause marbles they fly consistently you get used to wear the trajectory is gonna go if you have a rock who the fuck knows how much that rock ways you know those rocks everything that rock it's hard to figure out where the fuck things going but when you get good with a marble you understand like right here a kind of like a judge the ark of the marble starting nalen things you could start nalen thing when you're first marksman repeatedly every other marshall repeat it i never had one of those mark repeaters pallets bb's guard i had about eight my mother called me jamie abebe had the fucking double o seven knife knife in the seventies the eighties oldham in newark or in harlem i remember double o seven said it wouldn't handle the handler i was like i used to get a the paint the genes you know when i always liked about his third grade you know he's shaking down on the way out and the way in do you know that because they were worried about you all in second grade before my mother put me in school call shakedown take socks off wow socks how much money you went out with no no no that's a march eight oh look at it with bb's pallets and that's where you put the dodgers upon thought you had a lot of how many kids got shot by the cops whole thing not talking about on none none that's the seventies not knowing who they she came back to you first before they shot you know when did they start shooting shooting in the fucking like back then they were normal people because they would neighborhood kids they those days the cops in your neighborhood sixty percent were from that neighborhood so they stood the person they understood the kid they knew he had mental health now they'll get up something called the city and put him in san diego they don't know they area when we were growing up especially when you were stanley you grandpa newark all those cops grew up newark on the road instead fucking crazy don't worry about when you're gone over the road is you take you're gonna you don't point of that right joe put the gun that let's see what i'm saying like the cops were members of the community see i knew they knew they were going into everything cold there were going into everything i think it'd be without the worry the most cops pull people over 'cause you just fucking never know you see what happened yes the cop the black dude north carolina whether he was away wasn't fired its north carolina he was smoking a blunt cop pulled him over he fucking track the cop low grabbed him by their boats jamie you i know you saw it on the news drag them twice not once but twice the cop pulls a gun then the cop shot in the leg oh jesus and he's still got the gop often they got away wow so he's out there with a hole in his leg yeah no they finally courtroom he wasn't ambulance you know i'm a little leaguers so he's just smoking blot looking right in front of the top the city smelled marijuana so driving off is he holding onto yeah the side well so the guy tried to drive off and he hung on it looks like she hung onto the car my correct there and a wife that's um when you see is reaching for his gun looking one now looking at those bullets yeah i mean it's driving off of them and look i just don't assume that joe rogan oh shit forty he just doesn't that they've got fell over on the dirt he brought fucked himself even after the self out that book so machine holding on it's like when the car takes off like what is he doing it looks like he's holding on saturday adelaide joe i can't tell you how you ask so they usually have that panel along the side where you put your leg up obviously standing on it that's what i think is going on but he's holding onto the window to looks like he's trying to hold he's got his arm in heat out while they got his lies a he's holding onto his seat belt see out there there he's holding onto a seatbelt you know yeah no this look at look at the seat belt that is what he has in his hand that is we oh yeah that's that's what he has so he's holding the seat belt man she got his fucking gone out and shoots a guy and yet they when he when he goes to grab for his gun is that when you shoot some 'cause do does look like he at one point in time man leave me the fuck alone with his grill i'm china smoke my mother fucking blunt what is going on with this team is that like some kind of iced outgrow out i know now that when you stood out dr boom we shoot some wow but at least he shot him in the leg and not in the red zone but the whole thing seems rather crazy he's he's hanging on with justed gun by dash cam shows florida man drive across central florida throughout the deputy dragging from his car after a traffic traffic stop the man is now facing attempted murder charge okay well see dragging the car was the guy hanging on hanging on while he's trying to drive off is that the same i guess yeah but i mean i don't know if he could lose on you stop you can't go so like you can't write drive away driveway okay with and once the car starts mounier he's hanging out the door you are dragging them yeah she's hanging onto the seat belt and the dragon what's the matter you gotta fucking stick with the most advanced guys walking around with a bad play the dude who got pulled over though he's hilarious play that again his reaction he just keeps puffing on the blunt blunt a minute of it you know that's what you put them back i look at this i smelled marijuana man what do you talking about what look he's hilarious he's right out of a movie like is only sparkly they you have a grill on can you tell it looks like some kind of iced up grill my imagining that again tell joe rogan what his name is radical radical she he's got a wild night to that is hilarious the the whole thing is so funny hope the cops okay rocky money this is names rocky money i told you heard off a rocky money rudolph's dan don lit up rocky morning money rudolf julio the boot oh that's hilarious the best name i've seen in fourteen years on the job yeah that's about as good as any name rocky you money rudolf that pork i went to work yesterday with a positive attitude and he gets fucking dragged they say smoking a black mouth the cops like i know we have we have marijuana soza justice cigar he says he says it's the black and it's a very distinct smell between a block them out in marijuana well maybe if you're some goofy cop does he know now but i think it's marijuana pulling our what do you think it smells what is what is a black and miles smell like that what it's called black and mild what smell lecture on i compare that now but yes very strict the distinct smell you could tell it between us any cigar in a black remind you to pick it out see what i don't know that what if i become a cop when i smelled that would have to know what a black mount smells like they might struggle like we'd what is this month thick cigarettes tobacco smoke yeah the anything like we you know it smells great pipes i got a nice it's kinda like you know yeah isn't it interesting that like the smell of tobacco from cigarettes is kinda gross smell from a cigar not that bad smell firm a pipe a lot of people like that smell like a lot of people like like kids like the smell of pipes smells like some tobacco burning a pipe actually smells good weird like the smell of we fuck shit the type that meghan it yeah those older guys used to that's not right around that much no for his nutmeg not makes a real but what i'm saying like a like a drug when i was younger when i was in my teens if felt like people were smoking pipe at all just a deep there is a teacher my grammar schools multiplied i still remember a teacher from my high school vividly smoking a pipe i haven't seen anybody smoke with five steven crowder give me one it's right here smoked when he was on the show yeah but he gave it to you for refund brought tobacco and everything was at it it's not that it's kind of a pain yes you gotta keep it let you know it's not something that just stay lit like a joint you know you gotta kinda keep would it make you feel like it's like tobacco you know gives a little high it's a nice little buzz like cigars a thing of the best version of that cause cigar stays lip and you're getting it from the leaf to like 'cause like you tobacco 'em you're saliva rather is breaking down the tobacco obviously i'm not a scientist but you're saliva is doing something to the back over the leaf and it may leave these little kids smoking cigarettes wiped out by the pipe is looking for kids there's the one of the left have a cigarette is a cigarette yeah that's that's on price fake but i know so yeah he's in the fifties and forties these kids smoking cigarettes and low right ankle kids the smoke it's like an eleven year old shit yeah wow look at the other kid selling newspapers they were all fucking addicted the cigarettes wow hey do me a favor send me that picture i wanna try that picture prints in the studio that's like little rascals and shit yeah wow yeah save save that picture if we can buy a copy that those kids when they were growing up north bergen isn't henry olsen the family olsen that'd be like kind of like jimmy olsen yeah they're living next to a body shop by thirteen he had already been smoking my fucking eight years i swear to god he had cavities so he would just put the cigarette in the tooth capital and just leave it there oh no deal with the cigarette in the cavity his teeth degree he's on facebook might say i thought at the time they should i wave adam but that's how bad in the seventies and sixties i think the fifth these kids were fucking smoke it to them and give you a throat a vacation smoker fresh cigarette campbell shit it's a doctor a doctor's telling you give you a throat a vacation chesterfield cigarettes a justice pure as the water you drink while people were evil back then they just lied about one more doc a smoke campbell's what did say then every other cigarette of course i smoke camels i like to relax as much as anyone who accused on will tell you teach her taste teeth wrote about how he's a rod out in the first time you smoked a cigarette by fourteen fourteen and fifteen what happens is disgusting i talk about like nine i thought it was fucking horrible i got dizzy and that is tearing the cigarette out of the bathroom on five mother found out how good the next time i smoked one again was many years later 'em adam farrar i used to smoke and he gave me some of his cigarettes were were doing some sketch i don't remember exactly what it was about but i was supposed to be smoking cigarettes in a sketch of supposed to be like some annoying poet smoking a cigarette and so i kept smoking a cigarette or practice in this thing up blasted out of my mind three four cigarettes and we just smoke backed back tobacco and you don't smoke oh my god the nicotine it's like this is crazy this is what you're doing all the time oh so you get hieaux talent does affect science advances new data that may completely change your idea of cigarettes the experiences of camel smokers confirmed camels can literally reliever t e n irritability that doesn't naturally through it and it does it naturally yeah man people just got sick millions and millions of people got sick from smoking smoking just taking a big drag of chemicals mixed with tobacco and they probably mix of chemicals were back then packed dallas problem just actual tobacco these all these other really good smoke after you strenuous exercise a smoke out just strenuous exercise that's hilarious as matic cigarettes imagine you gotta asthma someone gives you a packer cools yeah this'll help you hey what what you needed campbell no filters how lucky strike hilarious how crazy this how crazy it would be if you took one of these ads like if you knew you're grandfather died of cancer and you took one of these as and fucking took it to a cigarette companies got some bad as attorneys and said you know i'm a look you guys were put in the fifties and sixties some doctors favorite's cigarette is camel cigarettes are you fucking crazy i think about think about how outrageous what we know today that is outrageous it's fucking outrage outrage of so evil like his favorite cigarette is telling you doctors and not saying like no they did not say like my accountants favorite cigarette they're not saying my my police officers flavored cigarettes they're saying doctors to let you know it's gonna be okay because they know it's not gonna be okay you know it's not okay all right i'm john you know you don't know you really don't know really don't know you went to the movies you're you're ten years old you're father gave get let go you went to the movies marlon brando smoking a cigarette in the wild one and all of a sudden you go home and you're like i mean you tell your friends that look so cool and you find smoking is bad for you and you're like no i just saw an article qualified doc this surveyed smoke campbell fucking cigarettes may look the eighty actually it's not bad for you it can literally remove irritability ability nose throat an accessory oregon's not adversely affected by smoking chesterfield's a six month study and they've said nothing we first such report ever published about an e cigarette oh so it's chesterfield's deerfield you just get them in you're okay i imagine it was one cigarettes out of nail talk ice data grow at work crazy house like where people go crazy and she used to bring in and i wasn't pro comic she used to bring me on cigarettes i would smoked cigarettes and go off the reservation oh like they were like low rent cigarettes you guys see this shit they put in that i get talent visible difference from one i smoked a camel marlboro bro i did you ever smoked sharm which sharm you don't sherman's sherman was a something they were doing where certain cigarettes to dip in formaldehyde i smoke weed mountainside what's it's out like tremendous fucking show but i was into that should that ties that shrooms moseley turns people who is zombie you take the joint you dip pad their mouths idle coded my friend mode let it dry again cars so crazy smoked type shit and it'd be it'd be ten hours up santa says that it was if it when people were doing it they would say it was embalming fluid fluid because it would make you turn into his army but it was really just pcp really they would call it embalming fluid that's what the urban dictionary and some things i'm looking i'm now calling like what what it actually was but did you look up sharm day i that's and that's what it says so it's a it's a hoax folks don't know that it's off i'm sure some idiots probably did find some formaldehyde her mom and dad would end but well after all the bad press pcp got i could imagine the people would eventually be like all right listen we gotta stop smoking pcp so they have sneaking in things not nobody had a good pcp experience and other things and i just i had fifty good once good pcp experiences but guys to be honest you oughta know is don't pcp oh they called the thc crystal t h seacrest or if that's what it was called to hate seacrest how do you know pcp because years later i found that dc critical didn't fucking exist well tennessee crystal just like the crystals off of weeks of what they tell you at that time you you ask the deal like where did you get this from around the street was used to extend through imminent in a pot with boiling water and when it comes to a head the stuff that stays heavy hajj you scraped off yeah and you put it into powder form and that is not that was the word on the street but what it really was was pc fucking animal tranquilizer a so they were just saying that so they could sell and so it could salad and then when you go into the new york city in the eighties when you went to the weeds spots yeah they sold two types of weed but they also called the thing so the thing called trays trace trace such a three dollar back oh so when you pay they would sell you and a a ten dollar bag of sense to me you got five joins us onto then they would have like a special twenty dollars the buddha tie and you'll get three joints two and a half joins tied joints and then so the trade you get a tight joining his white powder the look like a line of coke when you label so what you did was you roll you joining you took that white line sprinkled in the joint you smoked at by by irene by by i rain and they always gave it a weird name like jim jones of the time they drunk you know what i'm saying after kills people so they would give it a weird weird names jim jones how crazy is that show aside they would give it all these weird names jim jones named the town jonestown that's you know that's when the cops moving when you name it down after yourself what do you do and i'm just run in vernon ville and not letting diana yeah i may people sell everything moves that that's normal fuck and it's been a guy in a bunch of times a steve annella you know is that yeah he's been on my podcast the show mediator yeah he's a recorded a bunch of episodes in diana living with the people living the jungle fascinating shit fascinating listening watching all those people living he's interacting with them and hanging out with them both fishing with them and shit just wild man they sound pictographs on a rock that's on a river they have no idea who made him knowing how old they are just sitting there it's probably thousand years old don't know what they mean some people from an ancient time ago and diana wrote the shit on a rock and you could still see it today i wanna see what that fucking place looks like jim jones had no they just did a wonder what they do with it whatsoever but no it's just i don't go there i just grew up over i went back and they reach dug up deal stage landing strip to right yeah that's we shot the odds are i still remember being a little kid and then showing a the guy getting shot a federal agent a camera falling the governor the senator they showed they always show the shop the cameras going down that the reporters about the get on the plane and then the truck pulled up guys just opened fire on a guy foul with the camera oh wow the ladies still alive the senator the woman she shot she got a woman got shot the congressmen whoever the congress and the love of god he died but her system and somebody off and they just got interview it was you anniversary or some shit hate all that shit i can see the people who took bound that he just tells a dangerous very dangerous just one one person wants to be the only one talk and tell you what to do and make the rules and be special when you get that one person the gathers a group of people and has all those people listen dan without question and tries to say he has the answers for whatever reason that's appealing to people it's very weird but people fall into that trap over and over and over again we have a strong confident man who is telling you what you know and then you see them giving into the power and for whatever reason it makes it even more attractive to a certain segment of the population when you see someone reveling in the power of being a cult leader like a i guarantee you when that guy in waco what the fuck was his name correct correct david trash i guarantee you when when he was on the news and talking about how they'll never give up like it girls were probably beaten down his door trying again in that called the crazier and then nuttier and the the more more apocalyptic you're methods the more people that wanna join weird and they they they just they just don't have the ability to discern oh this is not a good idea this guy really doesn't have his head on straight this guy might be fucking completely crazy they've always realize those things the fuck fest anyway oh and other ten guys slinging vicki's he's got arrested that we echo rush crush claimed everybody's wife yeah yeah yeah yeah the friend i had a friend who grew up in a cult and the stories oh yeah horrific i know the front nobody talking about yeah horrific you know so you look at the shit and you're like i don't fucking dangerous any anytime someone is running any kind of thing where they got a separate you from everybody else come to us when it gets you if one of those people never goes well it fuck it never goes well it never goes well they want control they want control control you and the best way to do those get you away from all this other pesky people with all their questions they don't know but we know we know what's really going on we know what this is really all about next you know you're in a cult how many culture going on right now though we don't know about is like a gang of under just like bubbling under the surface that when they found out about last year at the sex new york met or something like that that's real that's all mother fuckers in jail over that one yeah the neck someone is a weird one right because i had my jet actors and actors and actresses which w sex cult right there all sex cult they should stop saying sex cult right no call no sex cult it just looked like buddhist like they go okay you wherever you go just thinks about that a guy tells you he's god bless you my own pocket wife like crazy raising her windmills side as you come back the next day smelling like talking god knows what else you have still respect the guy calling god yeah they yeah they such a sick sick fucking mind it's sick that you have to be such a week stake as a human being really buy into that you can't call them you know you can't just fucked up we had state maybe they had a void now live somewhere ram this is the way by throwing it in i just i don't see it i could never joined a cult fog but there's a bunch of different things going on with the leader you gotta give me money mhm you gotta do you gotta sell you seattle people that went the johnstown had so that home that and give them money did you see wild wild country wild wild country no telling what is it's a netflix documentary about the pacific northwest call tall rodney josh guy they eventually went onto he found this this crazy called they went on the by this town up there i heard about it's fucking amazing i listen we liver somewhat stupidity why rochon one sit there and watch on tv it's really good though the documentaries incredible it's so well done and the sheila lady who's running things she's poisoning people shit it's crazy they they poison bureau she did all kinds of crazy stuff is the it's while the ship homeless people into votes they could take over the town they just brought homeless people in from everywhere is picked him up come in the homeless people like hey we found a home and some of like really into like all right with down you get the fuck out of here kicked keep devout as they took over the home everyone in the town outlived their before them's fucking hated them they they they had their own police force armed guards i mean guys arm to the deck okay just carrying machine guns shit out of focus at two o'clock 'cause we that's what always happens with this fucking i thought it was like one o'clock now welfare joey we have fun i'm this is crazy i'm doing you've heard i've known you for twenty three years man maybe more twenty two when did you hear what year ninety seven ninety seven yeah yeah twenty years so long time jury as you go to the store and see what we're walking around the around how long been there for every time i go down there i gotta fucking anxiety attack really yeah getting ociety i can't believe instill that still so fun i gotta i gotta move sometimes i just sit back on the ice cube machine and look go lucky in my fucking play got a book i know you do i got around this bitch bogey had the fucking great all right oh man both a loving rather you love it too happy fourth of july there charlotte next week you dirty bitches i'm excited thank you everybody came 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