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Fresh update on "clint" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Sponsored by Pfizer and BioNTech. You know what, I think people love the show so much. It's because it goes so fast, like this is the last segment already, Ross Tucker filling in for Dan here, Dan's been under the weather, wrapping up a Wednesday on the Dan Patrick show. Number one, we have a blast. You can almost guarantee that you'll laugh a few times. You might learn something, but especially people that have to drive around for their jobs or whatever, it's just crazy how fast the show goes, at least for me. Awesome. Great talking with Andy Staples from the athletic about the college football playoff love talking with Clint Dempsey, the former U.S. World Cup soccer player and Fox Sports analyst now. Florio and Marcellus Wiley were great earlier this hour. We might get to a call or two, 8, 7, 7, three DP show, really appreciate all the great response on social media. I'm at Ross Tucker NFL pretty much all of my thing. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, and I love when you guys, give me a chance and check out one of my podcasts. Let me know what you're thinking in case you are ever missing a little meathead James van der beek in your life. Yes, Pauly. All right, well, we got did you see the UAB story for us? I'm thinking, you know, you played in the NFL, all these NFL guys are getting jobs. The UAB offered Trent dill for the job. He doesn't have a ton of coaching experience. I'm telling you, you could be next, you could find a small college looking for a head coach, light on the experience, Ross Tucker. But why would I want to do that? I mean, coaching is, here's the thing is, I think, is really interesting about this. With so many guys doing it that used to be in the media like Dion and Dilfer, it must be awesome. 'cause I know the hours they put in. I did two UAB games this year. And they got an unbelievable new stadium down there. I mean, it is beautiful in Birmingham. They have good support of that program, Bill Clark, an unbelievable job of building that program. And I thought Brian Vincent did a fine job this year. I understand them looking elsewhere. But that's an interesting hire. You know, I think Colorado offered Dion the job, but to Dion's credit, he's kind of paid his dues now with what he's done at Jackson state. And I think that would be a good hire. I think it is interesting. I think Dilfer's what, been a high school coach for a few years, Pauly? Yeah, and the exciting thing for us is fans is that if Dilfer does well at UAB, we could play this great clip from when he was on SportsCenter about ten years ago. You can not lose games in the NFL and still win. Fact. We
Clint Lowery: Do You Know About the Employer Retention Credit?
"Clint tell us about kind of who is eligible for this tax relief money. It's an extraordinary thing that most people don't know about. So the employee retention credit is a partial refund of the wages that were paid to W two employees during the 6 quarters of the pandemic as defined by, as you mentioned, the 2020 COVID relief bill or the cares act is what it was called. And it was a $2.2 trillion bill put forth by the Trump administration. And the employee retention credit was something that wasn't made most very much use of for quite some time, but things have changed dramatically and we're here to help folks get qualified for this credit that can help them so much.
Fresh update on "clint" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"While we talk about mental health, I hope to describe it. Give it words. Listen to unbreakable with Jay glazer on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Festivals, footballs, flannel, some say falls, their favorite time of the year. And this fall, there are some new updated COVID-19 booster shots designed to help protect against COVID-19 variants. If you've had your primary series scheduling updated COVID-19 booster shot appointment, as soon as you are eligible and don't forget to enjoy the foliage, sponsored by Pfizer and BioNTech. So speaking of soccer, since that's been a big theme of the show, before I get into my mid season or at least NFL season so far, awards, I'm seeing Joe pompliano, who's a good follow on Twitter. Is saying that christiano Ronaldo has received an offer from Saudi Arabian club Al noster, I don't know if I'm saying that right. Gosh, this has not been my day in terms of traveling things to pronunciation. I know it's Iran now, by the way, I guess I was saying Iran, it's Iran. At any rate, $207 million a year is what Ronaldo has been offered. 207 million a year. That's 4 million a week. 567,000 a day. 24,000 an hour. Every hour, $400 a minute. Yes, Pauly. When you look at that, it seems like a no brainer, you take the money, but there's a guy who's been on the world stage playing relevant soccer on worldwide TV forever. My guess is those games would be hard to find on television and he basically be going away. It's almost like joining a live tour. And you're not going to be seen again as far as the world stage for soccer, you're going to get paid four times, maybe ten times when you get, he may go to the MLS. People said, maybe he'll go to the MLS someday and play in Los Angeles or somewhere, but you can't even touch them, that kind of money with MLS. No, I thought I had read that he might go to Miami or something and play in the ML. Maybe that was messy? Yeah. That was messy. Let's go Michael the Miami MLS. I don't know. Everybody has to decide, I guess what's important for them at some point, seeton. It's gotta be so strange, though, if you're somebody like Cristiano Ronaldo, who's one of the greatest players of all time, and nobody wants you. Like right now, he can't get anybody to it ended really poorly at Manchester United, and he's sort of been offering his services all over the world to all of these top clubs, even Real Madrid. They were just saying, no, I could take like a 6 month loan. And he's trying to find just a home anywhere. Bayern Munich said no, everybody is saying no except for this one insane offer. Okay, so now you've got to explain that to me and 95% of people listening, why doesn't anybody want her? 'cause he's older and he's too expensive and you have to, when you bring on somebody like him, sort of like a such a worldwide superstar. You sort of have to cater to him. You know what I mean? He's expecting the ball at his feet all the time. He's expecting certain treatment. You know what I mean? So I don't know that people. And they don't want to do that. I don't think that people want to do that at this point. It's basically like when Brady was a free agent and there was only like two teams that wanted them, which seems so stupid after they won the Super Bowl, but really the bucks and the Chargers, like the only teams that really wanted them. Right, yeah, exactly. The people didn't want to build people didn't want to build around a 43 year old guy or whatever that they thought was kind of at the end of it. Yeah. That makes sense. Speaking of Tom Brady, let's go through these pauli, hit me up with what you want. I did not write this down. I did not give this a whole lot of thought. That fits in well with this show. I'm going to give you my best guess off the top of my head. This is basically your so far all stars. We're basically a little bit past the halfway point of the season past game ten. Right now, if you were had a vote, not who will win it, your vote, the NFL MVP. Patrick Mahomes. Well, I think it's more interesting than that actually, but I think it's more interesting than Patrick Mahomes P is that two and three for me would be Jalen hurts in two a ton by aloha. That's what's wild. It's not wild that mahomes is the MVP so far. He's been awesome, but the fact that a guy that this off season, this off season, four months ago, like August, there were a lot of questions about tua tongue by low and Jalen hurts. And now they're like two and three in my MVP vote. That's wild. Yeah, you could find a lot of articles in August that the quarterbacks, the biggest quarterback on the hot seat was two. It was hands down. We talked about it here. And hurts people liked them, but they didn't know if they loved him. And they said, maybe the eagles have a great roster, but not a great quarterback. All right, next one, the NFL's most disappointing player this season. The player did the least or I mean, is it even close with anybody else that Russell Wilson? Is it even debatable? Yeah. No debate. He's going to win something. Marvin? I almost called you DP, Ross. They're so bad. NBC flexed out a Patrick Mahomes prime time game. That's nuts. Because they were playing the Broncos. That's how bad brussel Wilson and the Broncos have been this season. You flex out a prime time Patrick Mahomes Travis Kelce game. So I don't think you think it's even close. Yeah, they flexed into two of versus Justin Herbert. It's wild. And you think about the fact that it's like, he's under contract for a while. And they can't get out of it for like a couple years. That's right. I mean, if they were even if he was even just okay this year, they'd be like a playoff team because their defense is played so well. All right, what's next? All right, you're NFL, rookie of the year. Offense or defense, just overall. I think I'll go, I think I'll go sauce gardener. Okay. With the jets, I mean, the jets are a major story. A major surprise team, the strength of the team is the defense, and he's already one of the, I don't know, two or three best corners in the league. I think sauce gardener is the answer there. Keaton. And he seems like of any rookie. He's really, truly playing at an elite level. Whereas like his name jumps out right away. Yes, I agree. Like the other guys, Kenneth walker's doing well for Seattle. There's a bunch of receivers like olave or Garrett Wilson Christian Watson, no thank you. And even the other guys on defense, like 8 and Hutchinson's good, but it seems pretty clear that it saw gardener. By the way, I don't know if I did this or not. But you know when he first got drafted by the jets, they said his number was like 27 or something. And I tweeted at Ross Tucker NFL. How does he not know? That he needs to be Jersey number one. And get up $1 million endorsement deal with a one steak sauce. Great call. Like how is he not know that? I saw that tweet by you and that was a big condiment guy, so that was a great play by you. Oh, I was speaking of condiments. I want your opinion on this. Okay. This is big. Honey mustard. mindset. Now, spicy mustard for life. Come on, Mark. Are you new here, Marvin? Never forget. Spicy must be like, at this stage of my life, I've decided that
Isaiah Washington Talk About His New Movie Corsicana
"Isaiah. It's a real pleasure as always and I know that this film has been kind of a dream of yours to launch from the ground up. Talk a little bit about what makes this film different from perhaps the kind of routine fair that Hollywood puts out. Why are you excited about this film? I must say about the film is that it actually, for me, and I don't shy away from this. It actually is a godsend. I did not go into cross account originally prepared to direct this movie. Although, for my entire career, I always knew that the producer, the anonymous one, was the one that was actually building a house, that actually followed the blueprint and built a house on the ground up and actually would actually participate in net profit participation indefinitely. So my goal was always to be a producer. Never to be a director. And here's why. I thought that I wasn't worthy. I had already worked with Spike Lee. He was my God at the time. You know, he gave me this career for a time and set me up and Hollywood. We got the attention of Clint Eastwood. It was also considered to me I'm a huge fan that was my God. Michael Abd, Steven Soderbergh, Warren Beatty. I got spoiled early on in my career, watching these men call directors and they're great DPs, but unbeknownst to me. I was sitting at the table of greatness and got a chance to be a student up directing.
Fresh update on "clint" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Versus Netherlands. Well, I appreciate you saying that because as a guy that, you know, as a football player, the second half I was very frustrated because the first half we were utterly dominant so many chances on goal, even that second goal by way, I thought was borderline on the offside. You'd have to tell me if that was legit or not. But then the second half, it was like we were just trying to hold on. I mean, we were clearly the better team. I didn't really understand why it seemed like they took, we barely even controlled the ball at all in the second half. Yeah, I just think we lost a little bit of the rhythm with the Christian not being in there. He's more of a threat and it has a better hold up play and being able to take the game to the opponent. Weston McKinney going out because of, you know, the monitoring his injury that he's come back into the game with. And I thought we made too many defensive changes in the 80th minute. When you knew that there was going to be a lot of time added on and even though we saw the game out and the subs look like they worked, in my opinion, it just, we absorbed a lot of pressure. We put a lot of people in the back and I think at times people didn't know who needed where and it was just kind of like certain players came on the pitch, they weren't able to link passes. It almost looked like they were a little bit out of their debt, but at the end of the day, a lot of these guys it's their first World Cup. The only player with World Cup experience is Deandre yedlin. So in terms of what this group has been able to do, get out of the group and now have the opportunity to do something special against Netherlands. Hopefully we can get as many people back on the pitch healthy and look forward to making history. Let's talk about the politic goal because you mentioned it. Obviously, it was awesome that you could see him ahead of time, see that there might be that opportunity on the cross and get the explosiveness to get past the defender. Your thoughts on his goal and then in particular, the injury he suffered because we've been talking a lot. I mean, it was very clear to me that he took a knee to the nuts right when he scored the goal. Has that ever happened to you? Is that a common thing in soccer? I mean, there's all kinds of things that happen, you know? I broke my nose, broke my jaw. You know, broke both my wrist. I mean, you're going to put your body on the line, good things will happen, but sometimes bad things happen. But the thing that impressed me most about the goal is the 12, 13 passes that led to it. That would have been Spain. Everybody would have been showing all the passes in the build up and said it just to highlight. So that was good to see how we're changing the way that soccer is perceived in other countries and at home. But yeah, great ball from western McKinney. I think our midfield has been unbelievable this whole tournament. And good bought a sergino desk who gets the ball across the gold mouth and then Christian. Having the hunger smelling it out, putting his body on the line and really giving a step moment his moment that, you know, adding to his legacy of what he's been able to do in this game for our country. So hopefully he'll get back. I'm hearing a pelvic contusion and you know he was all happy spirits that showed some videos of him after the game. So hopefully they're able to manage that and he can get back on the pitch. What about the goal by way on the offsides? I guess first of all, did you agree with the offsides call? And then just a more general question, do you think that that should be the rule that like if any part of your body is in front? I mean, he seemed like he was pretty even, man. Yeah, I mean, I kind of agree with you. I made that point to Lexi and he's like, where do you draw the line? Are you either pregnant or you're not? I'm like, well if anybody knows about being pregnant, it's me, my family, 'cause we've had things 6 kids, but for me, I feel like if half of your body is in line with the other player, like in baseball, I feel like the tie should go to the runner, right? You want to see more goals, you want to see more exciting things that happen on the pitch. And for me, I agree with you. I would like for that to be the case, but it isn't, if any part of your body is ahead of the other person like if you're running a race within it's going to be an offside call, they got it with the technology now that they can show that line. But I'm with you. I'd like to see if it's close. Let it go with the attacking team. Love it. That makes me feel better. I feel better about that now. All right, let's get into the Netherlands now. What do we need to know? I've seen some of the odds on DraftKings and other places that it seems like we're a pretty heavy underdog. Do you agree with that and why? Yeah, I mean, I think so in terms of the World Cup experience that we have, but I think this feeds this thing feeds off being the underdog because he look how they played against England. The underdog in that match, but I think they had the better chances to be honest with you and it looked like we could have won that game. Things to watch out for with this Netherlands side obviously Virgo Van Dyck in the back. He's going to be tough to break down. He just a strong presence there in the midfield. You got the young that plays a Barcelona, but I think our midfield will be able to nullify that, but also you gotta watch out for Jack Poe and the pie, the pie now is coming back into the team being more fit, he's contributed probably what, 42 goals and 83 games that he's played for his average in the goal of the game. He had a part to play in both of the goals. They scored in their last game and then Jack Pope. He's the player that scored in every single game of the group stage. So we're going to have to figure out a way to calm him down him down and not let him stay on the fire that the hot streak that he's on. So be aware of those guys, but I think, hey, we got a good chance as any against this team and as long as we have our players spit, I like our pod and chance. Make sure you check out Clint dairy on Fox and FS1's FIFA World Cup tournament coverage, leading all the way up to the gigantic round of 16 match for the U.S. man this Saturday morning versus the Netherlands live coverage starts on Fox at 9 a.m. eastern from Qatar with kick-off at 10 a.m. eastern can't wait Clint. Thank you so much for the time, man. Really appreciate it. Hey, appreciate you, bro, take care. There he is, Clint Dempsey. Honestly, I don't even know. I don't know if I have a ranking of my favorite U.S. men's soccer players ever, but he's out there. That dude play with an attitude. That guy played with a passion. I'm a big fan of that guys. You have Holly? I think your street Cred in the soccer community just went through the roof. He just called you bro first of all at the end. When she doesn't throw bro around a lot, he's a very terse guy and he's very stiff guy, but he's great with you. He totally agree with you on the off side saying you guys were growing out. Yeah, he wants me like my rule that I just made up. I didn't want to tell him the other rule about if you get a bunch of shots on gold that you get. That would not have played well. That would have played one, but you were smart. You adjusted. He loved that you made the 8th 800 team and why you're missing. He didn't dismiss that. Yeah, I mean, it's kind of a big deal. I don't know how to tell you this, but up until I was 11 years old. I played soccer. It's awesome. It's a fun sport, and we are moving on. Speaking of moving on, by the way. It's basically mid season of the NFL. Maybe a little bit past it. So we gotta get some NFL talking. We'll have florio as well as Marcellus wildly next hour, and Paulie's making me give out my mid season awards. I didn't even know I had homework. He calls me last night to fill in for under the weather Dan. And then he gives me homework. I gotta give my mid season awards. Is that what we're doing, Pauly? Yeah, we run a tight ship here, man. It can't just be nut shots and soccer all day. Mid season NFL awards when we come back, 37 minutes past the hour here on the Dan Patrick show. Thanks for listening to the Dan Patrick show podcast, be sure to catch us live every weekday morning, 9 until noon eastern 6 to 9 Pacific on Fox Sports radio and you can find us on the iHeartRadio app at FSR or stream us live on the peacock app. Hi, this is Jake laser, and you may know me for the world of football or fighting, or even shows like HBO's ballers. Well, you don't know, it's for my entire life. I have lived in something. I refer to as the gray. Depression, anxiety, so now I'm coming out with a new podcast. Unbreakable, a mental health podcast with
Why Do These Modern Male Actors Like Jordan Elsass Need Mental Breaks?
"Clint Eastwood never needed a mental break. Isn't that something? John Wayne never need lamento but Walter Matthau, Telly Savalas. I can go on and on. Clark Gable. Jimmy Stewart. These guys went to war. These guys fought as fighter pilots in war. Well, can't do movies, got a little World War II and kill some crowds and japs. And they came back and made movies. No one said, I need a break. I need a break. I can't find my mark and see where my light is. I just need a break. What does it say about us as a society? What does it say about the men in this business? Who just need to be pampered and coddled? Unbelievable. So the latest guy who needs a break is Jordan l-sats. Now, I don't really know this dude. I don't watch the show on The CW network called Superman & Lois. It's about to start its third season. I never watch anything on The CW. He's a 20 year old kid. And he's played Jonathan Kent on the network show that takes place in the Arrowverse and suddenly he said, you know what? I'm struggling with my mental health. He put this up in a cameo posted to Twitter
Fresh update on "clint" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Remember like when Greg Williams is decorator of the jets and they got beat over the top by the Raiders for the game winning touchdown. Everybody says they hate the prevent defense. Until you give up a 50, 60 yard touchdown in those situations over the top and you're like, how can you let that happen? That's the last thing you could ever let happen. So I am a believer in don't let the worst thing happen. Like, don't let them have an easy touchdown over the top. Make them earn it. If you want to call that pre vent defense, you can call it pre med defense, but don't let them have something cheap and deep on you. That's the only way in my mind, you really, really look stupid. Here's the other question I have about the game. That offsides, was it way that scored the second goal that they took off? Mmm um. Oh, it's way up. Yeah. I just call them Tim way. I didn't know it was way up. So, that to me, like that's one where when in doubt, don't call the offside. Well, Russia almost like in the NFL like past your fear inch or catch no catch, like give him the benefit of the doubt on that. He was even with the guy. Was it like his, I think I saw a picture, his elbow was a little bit further, like by the letter of the law scene. Is that definitely offsides? Yeah, I guess so. I mean, it doesn't look like it passed the eye test as offsides, but then when they start lining up things and well, it's this part of your body, you can use to score and that was the part that was offside and all of this crap. It actually gets a little bit remind you of like, but did he make a football move? You know, that's about as NFL as soccer rules get that part. Pauly? Yeah, if you go back a decade ago, off size was the eyeballed it. The referee would look and say, there was a clearly passed when the ball was being played in. And now it's like, if your elbow and your hip are ahead of you. I thought it should be where your feet are. If your feet match the guy you're with, you're in the same spot. But they, you know, it was really close. That would be the lead today if USA lost or tied it in advance because that was a razor blade. That was a 6 inches of offsides. Brittany, you also have to factor in your fandom in that situation, because if that was Iran, we'd all be like, how could you not call them? It's totally upset. You got to go by the rule. And now it's a tie, and now we're not even making it to the next round because you didn't call it. Yeah, but so like, you know how like, in the NFL, a quarterback, it's only throwing the ball past the line of scrimmage illegal forward pass if everything's passed the line of scrimmage. Right? Like if everything's past line scrimmage, you can actually have your feet, your other arm, everything, but when you go back, if you're like this and something still touching the line of scrimmage, then it's not an illegal forward pass. I almost feel like when I invent my own soccer league that it shouldn't be offsides unless like your whole body is clearly in front of the guy. Like if you're even with the guy, if you're pretty even with him, give him the benefit of doubt. We need more goals, dude. More scoring is more exciting, more interesting. It'd be funny. In the U.S. it'd be funny if the Canadian soccer league started adopting all of these weird rules and just changed the game a little bit like they do in football. That would be amazing, Pauly. I think you're right, Ross would be better for soccer if it was more loose, but I could see it going the opposite way in the NFL embracing this type of technology because someday there'll be a playoff game where a quarterback goes over the line and they'll say he was over the line. No he wasn't. How can you tell? Well, we have all this technology available. They do it in Europe. Why don't we do it? Next thing you know and like 2026, there's going to be that specific digital technology with a chip in the ball. I'll bet you this happens three or four years from now in NFL. 8 7 7 three DP show is a telephone number. And we have any cars. I want to get in here, Pauly? Oh yeah, we got a couple, but it's nut shot stories only, so I think people are a little hesitant to call in. Oh, all right. Well, all right. Yes, Eaton. I didn't, I don't have a great nut shot story, but I did one time when I was in high school, I think it was after baseball practice. I think is where it might have happened, but I just didn't realize it, but one of my testicles twisted. And it was on a bearable. On its own? I think something happened, I think it was a baseball practice. I'm not exactly sure, but one of them twisted. And it was agony. It was unbelievable pain. Like I was throwing up, it hurts so bad. It was pure hell. I know a recent athlete that that happened to a high school athlete and he couldn't play for a while. It was like, I think, I don't know if he had to have surgery for it or not, but it was like a serious injury. Yeah, Marvin. Twisted testicle. Is that a band? We're not going to take it. They open for us. They open for rusted root. So I don't have seen. I don't have a great nut shot story. But I do remember my first play ever. In varsity football, it was actually a scrimmage. So it's the scrimmage you have right before the season starts. I'm in tenth grade, I'm playing linebacker. We're playing pots town high school and they run a sweep. And I'm middle linebacker and I'm running over there and make the tackle. I get blindsided. And I get the wind knocked out of me. My first play ever of varsity football and they did win 80 yards for a touchdown. And I'm just laying on the ground. Doubled over like I can't breathe. And the coaches for a scrimmage, the coach are on the field. So my coaches are like coach Hartman's like, get up. Get up. I'm dying. Okay, couldn't even talk. And here's my first play. My first impression is I get blindsided. I get the wind knocked out of me and give up like an 80 yard touchdown. I was like, wow. Varsity footballs, no joke, Marvin. Did you question going back to soccer after that play? No, I did not, because I had been playing, but no, that's a very, very, very fair question. Let's get to Jordan in Texas. I promised we would get to, we would get to a call, so let's do it. What's up, Jordan? What's up, Ross? I'm going to talk to you, man. Cornell football class of 2000 8 here. So nice, very nice. Welcome to the family. Yes. Thanks man. And you know what I really agree is not even my biggest accomplishment. It is when I was ten years old, I was writing a four Wheeler down the street in my neighborhood and the steering column broke. I hit a brick mailbox head on shattered every bone in my face, but I knocked both of my jingle bells back up through the canal into my stomach, had to have surgery. I was in the hospital for about four weeks. They had to cut me open they'd cut my stomach open and pull them down. They had to cut my sack open and pull them down. And to this day, I'm thinking I'm still in the University of Texas medical journal for the first time they had seen both of them getting knocked back up like
Actor Nick Searcy Joins Dinesh to Talk About His Latest Film
"Guys, I'm happy to welcome back to the podcast award winning actor and producer Nick sir C you know him for his role in best picture winner, the shape of water. He's been in the Oscar nominated Moneyball and castaway and fried green tomatoes and runaway jury. He's also the course played the costarring role on the hit TV series, the FX series called justified, and he teamed up with filmmaker Chris burgard to make a terrific film about January 6th called capital punishment. We're gonna talk about that. Hey Nick, welcome to the podcast. Thanks for coming on. You are just telling me that you have your in a film that daily wire has just released. It's a western tell us about that one. Yeah, it's a western called terror on the Prairie, and I play the title role. I'm the terror. And that's kind of why I still look like Gabby Hayes a little bit. It's a real real throwback western and just a terrific experience, a great people with Gina Carano and Dallas Sonya and the daily wire people. It was great to make a movie with the where for once I wasn't outnumbered being a conservative on the set. And I know you're saying that the kind of old style western that we thought was extinct that Hollywood won't go near anymore. It's been revived in a kind of a new form. Tell us a little bit about how does this compare to the classic westerns with Gregory Peck and Clint Eastwood and so on. Well, it's really more of a throwback to the peckinpah westerns of the 70s. It's a little bit more like wild bunch than it is like the searchers because it's pretty bloody. There's quite a few crimes, let's say, in the movie and it's unflinching. And so I would say it's probably an R rated for violence type of
Fresh update on "clint" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Hey everybody. Today in the Charlie Kirk show producer Andrew co-pilots as we walk through the latest news with the non binary nuclear waste expert arrested for theft. What? Very bizarre story. And other stories that we talk about here on the Charlie Kirk show. As always, you can email me your thoughts, freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. You could subscribe to the Charlie Kirk show podcast. In fact, I recommend it and get involved with turning point USA at TPUSA dot com and get involved with America fest that a.m. FES T dot com that is am fest dot com. Candace Owens will be there. Tucker Carlson will be there and more a.m. FES T dot com. Buckle up everybody here. We go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job. Building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. Joining us now is Clint Lowry, who's a partner at consumer tax advocate. One of our partners here on the Charlie Kirk show. And I asked them to join the program to explain an extraordinary measure that is in the COVID relief bill that a lot of people that know about. You guys could check it out at COVID tax relief dot org. Welcome to the program. Very good to be with you, Charlie. So Clint tell us about kind of who is eligible for this tax relief money. It's an extraordinary thing that most people don't know about. So the employee retention credit is a partial refund of the wages that were paid to W two employees during the 6 quarters of the pandemic as defined by, as you mentioned, the 2020 COVID relief bill or the cares act is what it was called. And it was a $2.2 trillion bill put forth by the Trump administration. And the employee retention credit was something that wasn't made most very much use of for quite some time, but things have changed dramatically and we're here to help folks get qualified for this credit that can help them so much. Yeah, so who appropriated this money and I mean just kind of talk more about the qualifications and again it's COVID tax relief dot org. I'm shocked at how much money actually is out there and again at turning point USA we didn't accept any of the PPP money. However, it is out there for a lot of hardworking people that might want it need it and might as well have good hardworking patriots and business owners benefit from this. So kind of talk about who appropriated it and talk more about the qualifications around it..
Wisdom homers in 8th inning, Cubs beat Brewers 8-7
"Patrick wisdom solo home run in the 8th inning was the difference as the cubs defeated the brewers 8 to 7 the lead seesaw throughout before wisdom put an exclamation on a needed victory for the cubs breaking a three game losing skid Wisdom Clint Frazier and Wilson Contreras all had two hits on the night with Contreras also hitting a solo shot Tyrone Taylor had a basis clearing double four Milwaukee who saw their three game win streak halted Michael gibbons got the victory He's now four O with David Robertson recording save number 7 David Shuster Chicago
Politics: It Ain't Personal, It's Just Business
"One of the things that I learned from you a little bit, but also I had known coming into this because from my background is people know, there's a certain time you have to use an especially with politics and I think it would be a good idea for Republicans, Democrats, anybody in between in campaigns that in the especially in the last weeks of a campaign or even in the first weeks of a campaign to remember the adage of Clint Eastwood, it ain't. Personal, it's just business. And because the motion side, we're going to come back and talk about some other things. But let's get the last four or 5 days. Isn't it? Describe how tough it is in those last couple of weeks to keep the emotion out of decisions that you need to make in those last 14 to 21 days coming into an cycle. So the toughest thing in campaign does, you know, these campaigns are tough, they're grinding, as you know, as any candidate that's run for office knows. When you get down to crunch time and you get down to the 7 or 8 day period, which is what we're in right now, you're tired, you're stressed. There's not enough hours in the day to accomplish what all you want to accomplish. And so it's very tough to keep the emotions out. I mean, for anybody that's been in this business for any length of time, they'll tell you, it's one of the toughest things, one of the toughest time periods there is. Now it's also, it's also, you know, the time in the campaign where you can really see the light at the end of the tunnel. So you know, you know, you're going to find out on election day, how you did. I mean, running campaigns and elections, being candidates, being consultants, being on a campaign team is unique. It's not like you can watch film on Tuesday, figure out what you did wrong and go have another election, the following Tuesday. And then, you know, and have a 16 game season, right? I mean, you know, depending on how long the election is, I mean, you know, they can be a year and a half a year and 9 months long. You have one game day. And so everything that you have done up until that point, you know, is to make sure you maximize what you're doing on
Young's 38 lift Hawks past Cavs for No. 8 playoff seed
"Trae Trae Trae Trae young young young young scored scored scored scored thirty thirty thirty thirty two two two two of of of of his his his his thirty thirty thirty thirty eight eight eight eight points points points points in in in in the the the the second second second second half half half half of of of of the the the the hawks hawks hawks hawks one one one one oh oh oh oh seven seven seven seven one one one one oh oh oh oh one one one one win win win win over over over over the the the the Cavaliers Cavaliers Cavaliers Cavaliers the the the the all all all all star star star star guard guard guard guard scored scored scored scored sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen points points points points in in in in the the the the third third third third quarter quarter quarter quarter rallying rallying rallying rallying the the the the hawks hawks hawks hawks from from from from a a a a ten ten ten ten point point point point halftime halftime halftime halftime deficit deficit deficit deficit now now now now is is is is trying trying trying trying to to to to stay stay stay stay aggressive aggressive aggressive aggressive and and and and try try try try to to to to read read read read what what what what the the the the defense defense defense defense is is is is is is is is doing doing doing doing in in in in our our our our early early early early in in in in the the the the game game game game they they they they were were were were making making making making some some some some some some some some reason reason reason reason China China China China switches switches switches switches and and and and then then then then at at at at that that that that house house house house I I I I get get get get my my my my teammates teammates teammates teammates involved involved involved involved in in in in I I I I missed missed missed missed a a a a couple couple couple couple shots shots shots shots I I I I need need need need to to to to stay stay stay stay aggressive aggressive aggressive aggressive and and and and outside outside outside outside in in in in the the the the second second second second half half half half Bogdan Bogdan Bogdan Bogdan Bogdanovich Bogdanovich Bogdanovich Bogdanovich added added added added nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen points points points points for for for for Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta which which which which overcame overcame overcame overcame the the the the loss loss loss loss of of of of center center center center Clint Clint Clint Clint capella capella capella capella to to to to a a a a knee knee knee knee injury injury injury injury the the the the hawks hawks hawks hawks advance advance advance advance with with with with two two two two victories victories victories victories in in in in the the the the play play play play in in in in allowing allowing allowing allowing them them them them to to to to take take take take on on on on the the the the heat heat heat heat the the the the Cavaliers Cavaliers Cavaliers Cavaliers went went went went went went went went to to to to Laurie Laurie Laurie Laurie marketing marketing marketing marketing scored scored scored scored twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six points points points points and and and and Darius Darius Darius Darius garland garland garland garland twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one for for for for Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland I'm I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie
Young, Hunter lead Hawks to 132-103 play-in rout of Hornets
"The the the the hawks hawks hawks hawks have have have have extended extended extended extended their their their their season season season season by by by by at at at at least least least least one one one one game game game game by by by by clobbering clobbering clobbering clobbering the the the the Hornets Hornets Hornets Hornets one one one one thirty thirty thirty thirty to to to to one one one one or or or or three three three three in in in in the the the the play play play play in in in in Trae Trae Trae Trae young young young young bounced bounced bounced bounced back back back back from from from from a a a a sluggish sluggish sluggish sluggish start start start start to to to to finish finish finish finish with with with with twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four points points points points in in in in my my my my second second second second NCAA NCAA NCAA NCAA tournament tournament tournament tournament type type type type game game game game so so so so it it it it was was was was a a a a something something something something new new new new a a a a one one one one and and and and done done done done type type type type situation situation situation situation but but but but it it it it was was was was good good good good though though though though it it it it was was was was good good good good and and and and I'm I'm I'm I'm glad glad glad glad we we we we cannot cannot cannot cannot secure secure secure secure business business business business gentry gentry gentry gentry hunter hunter hunter hunter provided provided provided provided sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen of of of of his his his his twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two points points points points while while while while the the the the hawks hawks hawks hawks outscored outscored outscored outscored Charlotte Charlotte Charlotte Charlotte forty forty forty forty two two two two twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four in in in in the the the the third third third third quarter quarter quarter quarter taking taking taking taking a a a a twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven point point point point lead lead lead lead Clint Clint Clint Clint capella capella capella capella had had had had fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen points points points points and and and and seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds for for for for Lana Lana Lana Lana the the the the hawks hawks hawks hawks will will will will take take take take on on on on the the the the Cavaliers Cavaliers Cavaliers Cavaliers on on on on Friday Friday Friday Friday with with with with the the the the winner winner winner winner advancing advancing advancing advancing to to to to the the the the Eastern Eastern Eastern Eastern Conference Conference Conference Conference quarterfinals quarterfinals quarterfinals quarterfinals on on on on the the the the ferry ferry ferry ferry
Young leads surging Hawks past struggling Cavaliers 131-107
"Trae Trae young young scored scored thirty thirty points points and and the the surging surging hawks hawks never never trailed trailed in in their their fourth fourth straight straight win win one one thirty thirty one one one one oh oh seven seven over over the the struggling struggling Cavaliers Cavaliers Kevin Kevin herder herder continued continued his his strong strong finish finish to to the the regular regular season season with with twenty twenty three three points points his his fourth fourth consecutive consecutive game game with with at at least least twenty twenty we're we're talking talking about about will will come come down down who's who's getting getting easier easier shots shots on on the the course course the the game game shows shows like like every every game game we're we're doing doing your your fourteen fourteen S. S. around around fourteen fourteen sixteen sixteen points points at at the the strait strait while while straight straight easy easy let's let's talk talk to to correct correct Clint Clint capella capella added added twelve twelve points points and and fourteen fourteen rebounds rebounds in in helping helping Atlanta Atlanta wrap wrap up up a a berth berth in in the the play play in in round round Jenny Jenny aspen aspen led led Cleveland Cleveland with with twenty twenty one one points points Darius Darius garland garland had had eighteen eighteen points points and and eight eight assists assists before before setting setting up up the the final final quarter quarter of of the the blowout blowout loss loss the the cavs cavs have have dropped dropped two two straight straight and and five five of of six six on on the the ferry ferry
DeRozan continues streak with 37 points, Bulls beat Hawks
"To Barbara Rosen continued his NBA record streak as the bulls defeated the hawks one twelve one oh wait for the eighth straight game to rose and scored at least thirty five points thirty seven on this night while shooting at least fifty percent from the field to Rosen also scored twelve points in the final quarter including two late clutch baskets Zach Levine added twenty points for the bulls who won their sixth straight game back then by done events had a season high twenty seven points for Atlanta with Clint capella adding fourteen points and seventeen boards David Shuster Chicago
Young scores 35, Hawks rally to beat Cavaliers 121-118
"Trey Trey young young scored scored thirty thirty five five points points while while Clint Clint capella capella had had eighteen eighteen in in the the season season high high twenty twenty three three rebounds rebounds as as the the hawks hawks fought fought back back from from a a sixteen sixteen point point deficit deficit for for one one twenty twenty one one one one eighteen eighteen win win over over the the Cavaliers Cavaliers in in the the process process of of Lana Lana committed committed just just two two turnovers turnovers a a franchise franchise record record low low and and something something only only six six teams teams have have done done in in NBA NBA history history one one short short of of the the league league record record the the hawks hawks snapped snapped a a three three game game losing losing streak streak despite despite having having twelve twelve players players in in the the NBA's NBA's health health and and safety safety protocols protocols the the Cavaliers Cavaliers have have now now dropped dropped three three in in a a row row I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas
Magic beat Hawks 104-98 in matchup of short-handed teams
"The the magic magic dealt dealt the the hawks hawks their their seventh seventh consecutive consecutive home home loss loss one one oh oh four four ninety ninety eight eight Franz Franz Wagner Wagner furnished furnished twenty twenty five five points points for for Orlando Orlando and and robin robin Lopez Lopez chipped chipped in in ten ten points points and and a a career career high high eleven eleven assists assists cam cam reddish reddish finished finished with with a a season season high high thirty thirty six six points points on on John John Collins Collins had had twenty twenty three three with with eleven eleven rebounds rebounds for for the the hawks hawks Collins Collins was was the the only only Atlanta Atlanta regular regular to to play play after after Kevin Kevin Hurter Hurter was was pulled pulled from from the the starting starting line line up up after after a a positive positive because because the the test test the the hawks hawks already already were were without without top top scorer scorer Trae Trae young young leading leading rebounder rebounder Clint Clint capella capella and and backup backup forward forward Danilo Danilo Gallinari Gallinari I'm I'm the the ferry ferry
Young leads Hawks past Grizzlies as Morant injures left knee
"The hawks picked up their seventh straight win is Trae young had thirty one points and ten assists in there one thirty two one hundred blow out over the Grizzlies it's very fun I mean when you're when planted pays for planetary rice corn and be involved it's it's a lot of fun for everybody and women only helps helps that to step out young was twelve of sixteen from the field hitting three of his four three point attempts Clint capella finished with twenty three points and a season high seventeen rebounds well John Collins added twenty one points Memphis finished the game without John Moran who left in the first quarter with what the team announced was a left knee injury Jon Karcher led the Grizzlies with seventeen points all in the fourth quarter I'm Dave Ferrie
Young, Capela help Hawks end Wizards' 3-game winning streak
"The hawks ended a two game losing streak by hitting all twenty nine of their free throws in a one eighteen one eleven victory against the wizards Trae young was eleven for eleven from the line while scoring twenty three points I think we did a great job on defense I mean they're tough office a team right in their hot right now they're they're playing really well and they got a lot of guys who can go score may place so we knew we had to be read on the deep into the night Clint capella had sixteen points and twelve rebounds as Atlanta eventual last week's loss to Washington Bogdan Bogdanovich finished with sixteen points for the hawks and cam reddish added fifteen off the bench Bradley Beal scored nineteen of his twenty four points in the first half for Washington which had its three game winning streak halted and lost its fifth in a row with State Farm arena I'm Dave Ferrie
"clint" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green
"You. Knew that was coming always coming up. No idea says so. Many cat fishing situations. It's crazy embiid is an old lady now on the where decade for all because i was the lady when he was laying out a scene from click off from big. He's he's he's on both out. That's all good. He's got to sophomore. Both ya and then steamed sevices tang in america saga. I gotta watch that. That's okay but a man right now. So you gotta watch. I was trying to create a ma who count. It wouldn't let me thank you come up all hate on me and my emails. They said my email didn't work for some might be haters. Who who don't want me to saina would. Hey that's industry that's the end of the pacak. A great show. My buddies been john. Clint outstanding guests to have him on. We know would be able to have him back. You'll year because it's going to be another man and then whenever. Ncwa comes out. Were definitely having to ask any questions in a bring us on the details of Caused the ball in that when that hits the shells and downloadable content for consoles m. p. c. as well so when dickie to him and his team over at. Ea for beyond a show in ops bringing out a new game a better game every year. that's not an easy thing to do. definitely definitely done what we all had to do it last year with a cove. It and everything else going on world so appreciate to clint odenberg in his teammate. Yagan and john ben for jumping on out of your work day and hard to get on in talk a hang out in a blabber about some fun stuff this or that game releases and Trending topics at what's australia and we're going to be back next week. We have the Brothers are on shane and brock that are also in the area video games with me there..
"clint" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green
"So when you went through all the teaser videos and all the developer updates for the last months and listed every bit of information of devouring hearth and homo date. So here you go so to give an idea of the behind hearth and home. They will bring us keeps of gold a neat little oven and onion farm day go so how about that for update you get oven and you get onion farm you ever wanted to onion farm been john. I love i love. I do love onions there. Definitely good for you so also there are. There may or may not be a raven or horse involves those are still unclear. They trying to figure that out. So how hairs everyone everything. We know about hearth and home so far so hearth and home release. We know the date is tomorrow in you. Get a developer. Our gate promised a while ago. That behind our wound would arrive. Obviously the third quarter points. Rebuffed it at that time. So back in february iron gate co-founder henrik porn. Vich explained in interview with pc gamer. That the team would focus on. Its bugs i get those fix due to bow hunts massive rise in popularity and the relatively small size of the iron eighteen which as Toe vicks points out is finally five. People healthy while. I'm pretty sure clint have that. He probably has around. At least phoebe developers along himself to help develop madden or the months. They have the ten to twelve months. They have to develop that game. You're year-over-year so iron gate needs some help soon. Don't be mad at iron gate in behind only five people working on this game okay. That's amazing so there are a lot of things in need of improvement. Sir toward confirmed that team would start working on hearth and home as soon as they felt ready. I think they have a right to say that. Only five i think six including him So time hearth and home shield so the hearth of whom they inclusive shield modifications for starters..
"clint" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green
"There's way more options they go see being a data tool Athlete in big says. But if you were with a hollywood star you could walk the red carpet. Even if you weren't famous big boy big be up and then another point. He brings up knowing what he says. Epide- says if. I said you'd always be thought of as the celebrities partner. Okay there you go. Don't some about rosie o. Down on big big beat no. jfk ke- says and rosie o'donnell is a superstar ella. Will you go. yeah. I don't really want a gonna liyel i'm going to be nice and rosy all right next to that. Would you rather puke in an airplane or puke in front of your sports hero. So i can explain this one. I wanted to put this in here. Because i know from hearing people say they have gotten nervous when they've met him on right. I was a little nervous the first time i met him on. I remember what i said. You were walking through the hallway and billing year. And i'm like oh my god that's among green the guy that i grew up watching like i was a little star struck you know. Sometimes you get butterflies. But i did get a little queasy a little bit. I when i saw not that i was gonna puke or anything like that but then imagine puking on a plane right. There is no privacy in a plane unless you can make it to that bathroom but then if you do make it to the bathroom your tight. You're cramped if you're claustrophobic or anything you may you know that may be violent to may not be good so i thought this one is a tough one repeated. Wilmer don done. You'll get an airplane or puke in front of your sports hero. I can go. I think in an airplane because they've got the buke bags i've little kid. I've got a plan for In in a in a bag but they've got the bags and at least you have an excuse like a motion sickness like it makes sense a huge playing. You're moving through the sky. Motion sickness in front of your sports hero in. There's nothing to puget and you're just there like then you're just embarrassed. Well bonded all four in arizona. Green over your whoever. That person is like you have no excuse. There's no motion sickness. there's nowhere to go with it. it's. I'd rather go on a plane reaction exit control and a little real quick biggby. Says he's might be mistaken here. He said well. If you poop puke on air on the plane oman. I read it wrong. Okay he's good if you puke puke on a plane. They can't open the window and aired out you thirty five thousand feet above sea level or whatever in the air me. I'm not out. I don't have motion sickness. So put on a plane will.
"clint" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green
"Yeah i appreciate it very much all you guys. Thank you now hopes. Yoga all right. Thanks clint ideals thing. All right yet. I was i was awesomeness. We gotta take a little break there. here shed is me. It was actually a lot more bosons by a lot of loss of of the guys. I think it was big. Be asking if if when. I asked the question to clean about him. Getting into game It was asking big. Bs could i get a facial scam and something they actually did did it at a madden bowl super bowl fifty if you remember. So both fifty. The demographic owes at carolina panthers of in san francisco and they actually did face. Skit had face scan machine and clinton was there. His whole development team was there and so i was able to get my face skin for that one But as is something more is the in house thing so that means when a player either mike myself or court current player they get flown in they go down to orlando studio to get the actual face recognition dance. Actually the face you see is the face. Data is a. It's actually on that. Obviously current player big. So there you go and you know is he w coming out. There's no set. They we did. And i remember we did talk about game releases a while back. But that is something that obviously. That's always prevalent. Because i know it was a john. You're a fan of Yell big fans. Nc double a. yep.
"clint" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green
"It's really hard to play on the keyboard. And god bless the folks that that do and probably do really well right right right so Reassess of describe exactly what do you do at yay matter for the audience listening to also my role with the team is on the the game play producer. What that means is iron ultimately responsible for gameplay quality essay game play anything that happens between the white lines while you're playing football we do. We do the the fundamentals of football. The animations tackling blocking passing catching playbook. Anything on the field is what my team is in charge of making and creating And so basically. I'm the person that needs to clear obstacles from my team. Unblock them when they're blocked and make sure that we're hitting all of our our product goals for the year on if that makes sense certainly followed up with any questions at yet. You're right right. That makes sense. Because i know one thing for this one for mandatory to did notice the the little subtle change in the graphics goes because i know a year over year is really hard to basically make a big change to a game that not much change in over year other than the players. Obviously excuse me. New players get drafted in players getting free agent to other teams other than that. But i did notice a nice subtle change to graphics. And some of the tackle animations on to eat two defenders as well and then obviously office aligned ally interaction and mechanics in. Have you know a denying heaven. Do a swim or A pushing are under. Move up and under move. You know seeing those handles are are being animated of this year. A nice little change in the more like man. It looks pretty dead. One what. I was seeing like watching a game on sunday. Which got all right so my question then for you Clint is so year after year Talking about these these animations how do you determine what needs to be tweaked the game from year to year basis We wanted to improve upgrade..
"clint" Discussed on The Big Picture
"And those are just two don siegel directed by don siegel in the same year. I know what you think. The fires six shots so only five tell you the truth and all this excitement i kind of lost track myself but the forty four magnum the most powerful handgun in the world and would blow your head clean off. Get to ask yourself one question. Do i feel lucky. do you punk. And if dirty harry is all these potency as exemplified by that big gun you know the point to everybody feel lucky You know make day gun mean the beguiled is about and being castrated you know. He's sort of systematically splayed out cut up his his his legs cut off a man in a hot hothouse women and again the narcissism of every woman in the civil war era wants to jump clint. Which fair enough it gets leveraged against his humiliation is complete humiliation and come up and defeat. You know i mean. It's a movie where he really never kind of has the upper hand and the whole film in the beguiled is kind of the spectacle of his. You know his abasement. And that's why when coppola remade it. She sophie a couple of remakes. The guy with a lot of smarts. And a lotta hindsight and a lot of skill and a clear subversive agenda and colin. Farrell's a great actor in some ways. More resourceful after the it but it doesn't work it only works. If it's clint on the table you know even before. It's like late clinton in nineteen seventy-one dirty harry. It's taken apart and killed by a bunch of women is Pretty amazing even pairing with play misty for me in the same year. There's a woman who wants to cut. Clint eastwood up. And in terms of segel's filmmaking the guy was just a a pro. there's a reason that eastwood co dedicated unforgiven to him an sergio. Leoni siegel is simple. Where is florid you know siegel is left to right leonis all detours loggers and whatever else but He taught you know quinta lot. He used him as a star but as well as any as any filmmaker did. And i'm pretty sure everyone listening to this. Podcast seen dirty harry. If you haven't seen the beguiled. I don't know what's service it's on but it's amazing and You should watch it. Now pray film. I like the coppola remake as well. Actually it's a little bit of a subversion of the story but not too much Chris why don't you give us your number three which is also in the nineties cannon. Yeah and it's probably. I mean along with unforgiven. My my real life kind of introduction to clint eastwood was in the line of fire which is directed by wolfgang petersen. And i think is the best acting eastwood's overdone. Maybe it's kind of silly. And maybe. I'm giving malkovich way too much credit in my mind but i like when i last watched this movie i was rather blown away by the gentleness of eastwood's performance. This is a broken down. Secret service.
"clint" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Okay let's do our lists because we're getting on in years ourselves number five favorite. Clint eastwood film. Now we are accounting for both films. That clinton has directed films that he is starting adam. You've got a barn burner at number five. I'm gonna let you make your this is. We're going to go old school. Clear out for adam. Whole shot clock. I don't truly believe those. But i believe it enough to make you guys talk about this movie again because i can never not think about it which is fifteen seventeen to peres. Which has become a bit of a film twitter rallying point and a bit of a mean because of the scene where the guys just ordered you lotto and which is in some ways the least effective of the star quadrille because american sniper. Whatever else you say about it. And i don't like it as a great performance by bradley cooper definitely sully has tom hanks as the conscience of america. Which typecasting paul. Walter hauser's incredible and richard jewel. Which is the only eastwood movie. So far. I've actually reviewed for ringer. And i tried to give the due to his performance because amazing fifteen hasn't have actress ended has not actor so it's a real test of the one taken lunch style. Plus they're playing themselves in a way that's not fully successful. But then who am i to judge because they are playing themselves recreating things that happen to them. So if i say. None of the skills plausible. I think the jokes on me. It's like a red at mit asshole threat. It's like am. I the asshole for thinking that these guys playing themselves doing things they did in the places that they did the mark convincing. That can't be it. It's got to be me. That movie is so interesting. It's like something that they didn't afford audie murphy movie. you know. it's like a war hero. Plays himself i mean. It's not bradley. Cooper is chris kyle. It's these guys as those guys. Then there's that scene at the end where they're getting their medals and they're in it but they you know like the leader of france is an actor because they couldn't get him back but everything else is the real busy busy guy young but they but they got everyone except the one the medals on their chest. And the way that the docu fictional style completely disappears in the train and it becomes a really proficient action movie. You know that is the weirdest damn movie. And i saw with a friend who does not like clint eastwood and she was mad at me for taking her to which also someone is. Everyone was this podcast but afterwards we were having coffee. She's just like ever see a weirder movies in that. Have you ever seen a weirder movies in that. And i'm like. I can't remember the last time and so in some ways i wanna give due to this late. Politically contentious and also by a younger generation of mostly male critics like obsessively deeply beloved cleanse. The clint stands the god. Clint side of this social media sphere we inhabit. And i find the fact that fifteen seventeen to para seems to to to bring those guys out there something in it the strangeness and the weirdness of it is is is is powerful and i have re watched and i have not done that for any of the other three or four eastwood movies around it so you know like is it actually like better than i don't know the good the bad and the ugly no of course not but it's on it's on my list this this is quite a flex..
"clint" Discussed on The Big Picture
"The funny thing about clinton is a clean was late bloomer. Clint didn't become clint eastwood until he was twenty. Nine years old. He kicked around hollywood in bit parts and playing an extra and working as a contract player in studios until he got. The party radiates in in rawhide and that is really what kind of kicked him off. But we think about some of these people. You mentioned elvis elvis very young when he became famous a lot of the the iconic figures of american memory got started with us. The beatles were incredibly young when they got started in liverpool that the the these historic figures often feel like they're jet streamed into youth culture and then grow through youth culture. Clint eastwood kind kinda grouchy grumpy. You know kind of that debt. Grimace that we know so well started at an early age or older age. The most of the time that we see which also makes him kind of fascinates like he's been old forever and that's another thing that i think is a part of his character is not necessarily wisdom but kind of like i've had it up to here with this bullshit. Feeling that he tends to emit in a lot of his work it imbued him with like a little bit of like like folklore right. Because i think i remember which producer was commenting on the fact that this is a guy who looks like. He's done other jobs besides acting like that. He's worked on construction. I think that. I think sandra locked once mentioned that he would like to have you believe that. He's like fought in korea but he was a lifeguard during the korean war at a at a at an army ford. So it's like he kind of allows this you know kind of air to like. That's a guy who's really done. Some things chopped down some trees in his time and then he just did this sissy work of acting once it was once it was time to like kick his feet up a little bit but the right thing is amazing because in some ways i feel like most of his career is a reaction. Ride is a reaction to the fact that they wouldn't let him direct ride reaction to the fact that he didn't stories and ride that the writing got bad and that his character was an interesting to him and so most of what he does. afterwards in. A lot of ways is rooted in this one time in his where he didn't have total control yet but what he was absolutely but he leveraged whatever whatever the star persona and those spaghetti westerns was again. This is what this is. What happens when you're really truly famous. You know he. He leveraged that celebrity against very modest filmmaking ventures. I mean we're talking about filmmaking at a different time different registers of modesty that'd be there weren't giant conglomerate intellectual properties to go strike out for nineteen seventy-one either but he's a big enough star that he can make a small little movie. Play misty for me right. That's going to get made because people will buy the ticket to see him in it even if he's not playing the man with no name go see him in something else and the fact that he directs that movie sort of incidental to its popularity. And that's what you have in. The first stretch of eastwood is director is movies where his his name is. A director is incidental really whether the movie seen by an audience or not..
"clint" Discussed on The Big Picture
"United states. You're tarantino's your anderson's even someone like kathryn bigelow. If you cope they take a long time in between projects. These thing stewed. These things marinate. They make with possessive attached to the title at night. Sham lands old. You know whatever it just works you know. And he lets the the praise and the myths or the epithets right themselves. He doesn't i mean unforgiving. Maybe if you want to project onto. I'd probably when he was about to release that one in nineteen ninety-two there must been a little voice in his head. Being like a really wonder what people are gonna think of this. 'cause this is really putting a lot of things on the table you but even though i think he has detailing care about what he makes. It's just about making it getting done that. He's interested by something else which is why whatever his last movie. Whether it's it's cry macho were not. It's probably not gonna be a self consciously valedictory work but when you get this old everything shiels yeah. Everything feels valedictory the mule. We could have this exact literally shorter. The fact that cry macho didn't exist could have had this exact same question around me will give or take a richard jewel at a pandemic. We could have had this when when all came out. And that's that's you know that's not a reason to not do it. It just speaks to his constancy. Yeah the only distinction. I would say between this and the mules that the mule seemed quite self-consciously comic. It felt very much like an often. A comedy in fact when when the movie kind of reaches its pinnacle of bradley cooper's fbi agent kind of seizing upon the figures in the film. It was almost like it was secondary. I think to a lot of the hijinks character was getting into. This movie is much more sort of emotionally direct about what. He's trying to tell us so movie. That was thirty three years in the making this list of people who almost appeared in this movie over time. Clint a number of times was attached to it and then ultimately didn't make it. Robert mitchum roy scheider was gonna make it..
"clint" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Not however much wants to withhold or say at doesn't matter i mean it's a function of it. I'm not using this word negatively. I'm just using objective function of his narcissism ego. This ego he exists to be out there and ego narcissism can sometimes be indivisible from humility. Like i'm watching him in this film and he has the romance with a woman who by movie standards and even by the standards of the characters life is older. I mean she's a grandmother. She nine ninety one years old now and she is one of two very attractive calmly. You know late middle age mexican women in this movie. Who's throw themselves at clint the same way. That has those threesomes in the mule over the girls at the drug dealer mansion. Like party with this guy you know. He plays a ladies man in that film. Hey and clint eastwood is a ladies man. You want the handsome people in the history of american movies and his charisma. His sexual charisma has power is very very real. In other words you try being. Clint eastwood not have an ego. You try being would not interject yourself into the texture and fabric of american life. But that's why people can't leave that stuff alone. He's not a private political prisoners. Public political person and those politics drives some people including me sometimes nuts even though it probably shouldn't they probably shouldn't i think i think it's very difficult to navigate specifically the political aspect because it feels like He is getting in the fight and getting in the conversation in a similar kind of mild provocation. That a lot of his films are and it's a little bit. I'm ultimately disinterested in what his specific political party affiliation is or how he governed carmel in california. I don't really want to you. Know analyze that specifically but because he's a filmmaker that has driven a significant amount of political introspection. I think in american movies. I think it's worth at least acknowledging that he can't stay of the fray just like he can't not make films he he's consistently participating in the culture of our lives in a way that very few people have been able to do across six decades and his his relationship to two women and female stars is also very fraud. I certainly notice the same thing. You did adam. Chris and i were laughing a bit about that yesterday. That these you know very beautiful women who are decades younger than him for i would say borderline inexplicable reasons or like i need you to have sex right now. Right you stood i need. I need this ranch. Hand's here is a specific scene in cry. Baccio where you're just like. Am i. Am i tripping on lsd. Right like what is happening. And it's also a noted to chris yesterday that is almost the organizing narrative action of consecutive films in the early seventies. You know if if you look at play misty for me. Your high plains drifter i mean. These movies are basically set into motion by the idea that a woman is so desires. Clint so deeply that they will go to grave action that will trigger a series of events. That will give us a movie and so he does. This is important to him to be seen this way but also because he ultimately is seen this way in real life so you have this similar. Mirroring effect that we're talking about here..
"clint" Discussed on The Big Picture
"I mean that you reduce the stuff to its barest. Simplest essence parts of crime. Much i wouldn't say unwatchable like it is kind of barely a movie. Yeah and yet. It contains the multitudes that john was each thing sean listed out is being about. I'm like you know that's actually true. It kind of is about those things in a way. That's also just so offhand. also. I can't recall which critic pointed this out but there are long stretches of the film in. It's not the first time he's done this in which there's just long stretches of clint driving just just on a journey. Maybe there's someone in the car. Maybe there's not the mule also featured long stretches of him driving and on the one hand it's like that's actually not terribly cinematic and a little bit dull to chris's point on the other hand it's such. It's such a load bearing metaphor. Yeah we're exactly. What clinton trying to say right now. Which is like. I'm still going. I'm just still on the move. I can't stop making these movies because it's really all i know how to do to survive. It's fascinating it's funny sean. You actually said like. I said to me yesterday that you were like the the scenes no dialogue are actually quite beautiful and you could with the exception of maybe one or two scenes here or there in the movie. Me cry macho as a silent film. I mean it's pretty obvious like this is a man. He's been given a task. He's driving south. He finds the boy puts the boy in the truck. They start to drive around. And it's that's like that that is just like a really obvious and very clearly told story. I sometimes wonder whether or not it's the engagement with the eastward. Miss mythos stick gives him his lake. Not as filmmaking reputation. Because it's not like i think of crony eastwood movies is being idea factories or incredibly verbose movies. I'm really racking my brain over the last couple of days trying to think of like what makes a clint eastwood movie. Like what is what are the quintessential like aesthetic qualities of clint eastwood movies. Like adam do you. Have you boiled that down in your head beyond like the iconography and beyond the interrogation of the eastwood myth. Like what are the things that make eastwood movies eastwood movies. The way we might say that about a pta movie or a tarantino movie. Well the thing with the two guys. You just mentioned anderson turn to neither neither of whom are remotely eastwood ian you. They're they're models reside elsewhere in the states and overseas. Although eastwood gave tarantino the palm door it was a bit of a passing of the torch maybe between his grudging canonization and the thing that came so fast so soon and so easy to tarintino right. Which is you know. Hey american violences profound man. I've been doing dirty harry movies for years. I didn't say that about me. But but you know when you're when you're asking what makes an eastwood movie. I mean i think that recently it's been a slow us and kind of Slow this isn't the right word..
"clint" Discussed on The Big Picture
"If you're know if you know there's another picture coming you know if if you know i'm going to do another one in nine twelve fifteen months i think it maybe leads to something like what clint has where he's like. We're going to be done by lunch. You know. I wanna work with the same people over and over again. They're going to know how i work. My sets are quiet that we do one or two takes and we move on. Because i know what i want and i know how to get it and it's such an old fashioned way of working but it is a very rarefied way of working because i think of his bridge lake kind of reputation from nineteen fifties to contemporary filmmaking. I find him to be an interesting and difficult to kind of calcified director and star too. Because you know we have this vision of him as the great western hero. You know the vision of you know expansion and kind of anti hero figure lone man who comes into town. That's not just reductive really doesn't speak clearly. I think to anything that he's trying to accomplish. Crime macho many people pointed out is essentially his first western since unforgiven. Which was this kind of day. New ma on this era of american western film making.
"clint" Discussed on The Big Picture
"One of the more confrontational movies of seen in a really long time. Just because of the exact thing you're talking about is like you're never not aware of this guy being in his nineties and and this sort of state of his body and even even from the mule it looks like he's aged quite a bit. And when i was thinking about the circumstances under which he made this movie which is an approved vaccine cove era. And he's obviously an at risk gentlemen in his in his late in his later years. I can't help but feel like he felt like he had to do this before it was too late. You know what. I mean and that there was something about making this movie. Which is him saying. Like i will always have a place in a purpose which is basically what this character is searching for as long as i am behind a camera as long as i am making movies. Which is what. I've done for my whole adult life. I will always have a sense of purpose. A sense of worth sense of place. And that's what this kind of this guy. Mike is kind of looking for in his in his journey is like i've been kind of cast aside. I'm living in this house of memories and finally even if there's a lot of like questions be asked about the purpose of my journey. I'm giving a quest and right. And so i get that and i kind of really dug that part. There are large swaths of this movie. That i found almost borderline watchable by the same time you. You never really look away because it's it's still. Clint eastwood did either. You gentlemen happened to see. Pulse writers the card counter. Oh certainly adam. We saw the card counter. Because i saw it the other day later than you guys and the character in that talks about small scores. And don't make too much of a fuss and just you know. Don't get indebted to backers so deeply that you can't do what you want. And paul schrader who is himself emissary or avatars late style. Not as late as clint- i mean clinton's as late is so late it's early but but you know schrader. He's obviously making a movie but himself in his filmmaking. The card counter. It's about other things too. I was watching. This and i was thinking. Eastwood have made so many movies where he sort of humanized by a younger character. Another character put into a kind of mentorship role or toot our role. But those up trainees or those apprentices don't really exist in the american cinema because no one's making movies the way. Clint always has the great filmmakers. Who kind of exist. Maybe at his level of name wreckage. They're all doing their own thing. They don't betray eastwood's influence they might admire him and to some extent they may have internalized things at the way he makes movies but he's not really copied or emulated that much may because his style so kind of like just classical and four square that you're not really copying him..
"clint" Discussed on The Big Picture
"His name is like me very strong rooster. Whatever what's wrong with that. I want to name this cock macho. That's okay by me. i'm sean fantasy and this is the big picture. A conversation show about clint eastwood today. Sees the release of cry macho. The forty fourth film directed by the ninety one year. Old hollywood icon. That movie is in theaters and available on. Hbo max to stream right now and eastwood episode of the show has been a longtime coming so joining me to discuss a movie career that spanned six decades rear contributor steamed film critic. Our pal adam naming and the most macho man. I've ever met chris ryan. Hello gentlemen there. What's going on man. I've been thinking about it for a couple of decades. And i do feel lucky. We feel lucky to have you here to discuss clint. i think. Let's just start with cry. Macho we're gonna talk about clinton tire career as a filmmaker as a movie star as a cultural figure as someone who has been on the wallpaper of our lives for many many years. But he's got a new movie. He's ninety one years old and he directed in starring in a new movie. I can't get over. It crotch is a movie about a nonagenarian ranch. Hand an x. rodeo star on behalf of his boss or ex-boss were benefactor of some kind travels to mexico in order to retrieve his boss's son who's played by an acronym cuarto monette and for various reasons. Maybe sentimental maybe financial needs to bring this kid back to the united states and they go on a bit of a journey of discovery of masculine reflection of romance of adventure of cockfighting. It's a very unusual movie. I will say ultimately. I liked this movie. But there's a lot to unpack here at start with you. what you think a cry macho. Very nice time cry. Macho this is like the thirtieth victory lap after unforgiven around eastwood's legacy And that's only semi sarcastically. I mean it's amazing to think that in nineteen ninety-two which predates i think the word think piece when they were actually just called articles essays. But you know the think peace would have been the nineteen. Ninety-two well clint eastwood. Pretty old. And he seems to be taking stock of the things he did in his personal life and his movie life in the ways in which they intertwine as a good. And let's give it the academy award for best picture and then we're done and then he just keeps working right sometimes have very high level. Sometimes i can cry macho not at a super high level but in very likable mode but in all these different movies and there are a couple subset of eastwood news at aren't about clint. Like flags of our fathers and letters. Free with jim are not about. Clint eastwood directed by clint eastwood. Could mr rivers not about clint eastwood. But you know million dollar baby kind is grand jury no definitely. Is you know the mule is..
Food for the Poor Is Feeding Starving Families
"It's time right now to do a little bit of god stuff we. I have been show blessed by an audience that has donated over one hundred and thirty two thousand dollars to our food for the poor campaign to help children and families devastated by the seven point two magnitude earthquake in haiti over the weekend. We're closing in on one hundred and forty thousand dollars in donations. We always end strong with these campaigns. You did it again. This show is the standard bear. This show is at the top of the heap and collectively. My colleagues and i have raised well over four hundred thousand dollars so that we can rush food and medicine and water. We got problems all over. You know we can't solve all the world's problems we can't solve all the country's problems but when you have a path to help somebody. I hope you take it. I want you to hear from paul jacobs. Paul jacobs from food for the poor. Who assures us that the money that is being donated by this audience is being rushed to haiti through the contacts. They've made over there with their thirty five years. Working on the island have more than a dozen food centers run by community leaders across the country. That are helping the poor. Get into a far-reaching areas so they win you give right now. Clint that help eighty banner. Your guest is going into the hands. In resourcing pastors in local ministries community partners. That have been vetted for thirty five years. That are going to do the best work and have the most impact.
Kabul Bombings: 13 US Army Personnel Killed in Attacks at Airport
"President biden addressing the country. Yesterday after a deadly day in afghanistan thirteen service members were killed. Eighteen wounded after two suicide bombers detonated explosives near kabul's airport those who carried out this attack as well as anyone wishes america harm. No this we will not forgive. We will not forget. We will hunt you down and make you pay. A group called isis k. Claimed responsibility for the attack. President biden said he ordered commanders at developed plans to strike isis k. Assets leadership in facilities. In the meantime the american withdraw as a alluded to continues since the end of july. More than one hundred. One thousand people have been evacuated from the country including about five thousand. Us citizens and their and their families interesting piece in the journal. Like an enemy of my enemy type thing. I mean the taliban fighting isis k. Clint nut clandestinely but it hasn't been covered in american media very much and the taliban so warped what's going on they were supposed to provide security. There's supposed to be providing security for people coming into the airport so the question is someone. I guess that was dressed as afghan afghanis citizen trying to leave they breached. But you wonder how tough the taliban security i mean. we don't know and how it happened
The Wheels Are Coming off of the Godless Alt Left Vehicle
"I am guffaw. Which is the word they don't use very often the wheels coming off of the vehicle of the godless alt-left as we call it down here The wheels the lug nuts. They're they're coming loose baby. It's like a car chase. It's like steve mcqueen boat or clint eastwood any car chase dukes hazard the lugs are come. A little loose right and we'll start wobbling wa wa wobble and sooner or later the wheels fall right off like any car chase you watch from l. a. when they're streaming those why because right before various people tell us to believe the science and then say seventy two genders and guys can periods and babies. Their whole platform is falling apart and we got to see our former president barack hussein in his global warming beachfront home. That's not a good investment if you believe oceans are going to rise. Spent twelve million a peach ronald but anyway. When barack hussein had his no mask celebrity will raise the roof party and it was caught on social media. what they thought was quickly deleted. But as you know nothing's really deleted social media some dude out there somewhere eating cheetos watching golden girls and two o'clock in the morning screen cabinet and it's it's it's living on so the people who are like. Oh wear masks staying. Don't come out get in get down. They're all out there. You know eating steak and chicken at their vegetarian. Dinners with once again. That doesn't make sense wearing hawaiian. Shirts would no masks so the wheels coming off right.
John Collins Agrees to Five-Year, $125M Deal, to Stay With Atlanta Hawks
"Another team. That is absolutely killing it. This offseason is the atlanta hawks. John collins is back on a five year. One hundred twenty five million dollar deal. I'm sure some people are willing to pan this. I think it's fine John collins a really good player you saw how valuable was is. The playoffs went on last year or not last year. But in this past postseason. Like i know the numbers dipped but i still think he provides a lot for them flexibility. Wise this floorspace and continues to be for real. He has some some room to groza. Passer i'm not sure how that's going to look. I hope that. I mean. That's obviously i think that's the the hope for john. Collins was next year is that he really takes a leap as a decision maker. Because that is the big struggle for him right now. I do think that he provides a lot defensively as a weakside rim-protector he can get out to the perimeter. A little bit like it's better than asking clint to close out on the corner. If you have john carlos going on the corner but point being like you just have so much versatility throughout that rosser. Losing john collins hurts a lot more than keeping him. And i also don't think that this is a negative contract. It's a lot of money. But john collins very good player. Who's going to get
"clint" Discussed on The Book Review
"Clint smith joins us. Now he is a writer for the atlantic and the author of a new book. How the word is passed a reckoning with a history of slavery america. clint thanks. For being here. Thank you so much for having me. So let's start with just a bit of news. Your book debuted at number one on the new york. Times bestseller lists for nonfiction. Tell us about the moment you found out. Oh man this was. Never something that i could have even imagined i mean it was not on on the radar for book that is exploring the memory and landscape of historiographer of slavery to end up. You know above oprah bill o'reilly it's it. It was really amazing. There's a pairing. Yeah my editor. My asian told me to buy my phone around five o'clock. Which is when i think of the list and so five o'clock came and i didn't hear anything five. Oh five came. I didn't hear anything five. Ten came and i was like okay. Well didn't make the list. It's alright like success isn't defined by external factors. You know i'll be okay. Five fifteen km. Still nothing. Like i guess. They're trying to figure out how to tell me that didn't make the list. And then like five seventeen came and they called and both of them were just screaming. It was just like screaming and saying like number one number. One ucs debuted at number one and i just fill out of my chair. I mean it was. It was amazing. I'm just so blown away by the support that readers have given this book the way people have shared it and recommended it. It means the world. So i'm still sorta pinching myself. The whole thing is just wildly. Surreal and. I still can't believe it really happened. You've been working on it for a while. How did the idea for the book originate. Yes i've been working on it for about four years. Started in may two thousand seventeen when i was watching Several confederate statues come down in my hometown new orleans so i was watching the statues of pg beauregard jefferson davis robbie lee amongst others be taken down and i was watching these statues. Come down from my home here in maryland and thinking about what it meant that i grew up in a majority black city in which there were more to enslavers than there were to enslave people.
"clint" Discussed on KGO 810
"Clint a cumulus station. From ABC News. I'm Brian Clark from Georgia to Maine. 19 states along the East Coast or under some kind of winter weather alert, maybe sees Kenneth Moten in New York says it could be the biggest winter storm in years. New York City public schools are switching to remote learning today, covert vaccination appointments are being rescheduled. For those who do go out. Road crews are busy spreading 270,000 tons of salt. A state of emergency has been declared in New Jersey Snow emergencies are also in effect in Philadelphia and Boston. Nearly 1000 flights in the region already canceled more than 250 crashes reported in Virginia alone. Those who are traveling today anywhere in the U. S on public transportation now subject to a CDC mask mandate that requires a face covering for anyone on an airplane, bus, train or taxi. ABC is Faith, the boob, A says after the deadliest month of the pandemic with over 90,000 people dead from Cove in 19 in January, the CDC says nearly 50 million doses of Cupid vaccines have now been distributed, but only 31 million have been administered. Meanwhile, the U. S military saving doses after pausing a controversial plan that would have vaccinated prisoners at Guantanamo Bay. Including 9 11 mastermind Khalid Shaykh Mohammad President Biden will host a group of 10 Republican senators today at the White House. That group is proposing a reduced relief package countering the president's $1.9 trillion proposal. But Sunday, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer hinted the Democrats may go it alone with just a simple majority in the Senate. We hope That.
"clint" Discussed on Automated
"Much for coming. Onto the automated. Podcast it's been a long time scheduling it <hes>. Glad to finally have you here. I'm looking forward to talking about robotics and agriculture and everything that we have planned today so thanks for coming thanks thanks for being patient with me on the scheduling front. No worries no worries. So what i do with all my guests to start off with is trying to make it a little bit. More of a human podcasts. Discussing a little bit about how you initially got interested in robotics and agriculture which is kind of the two themes that we're going to be speaking about today. sure sure. yeah you know. Basically about ten eleven years ago. I came back to kansas. I've been california for thirteen years in in tech and stuff. And i i eventually set my mind on <hes>. Drought you know trying to get chemicals. Food <hes> starting with agriculture course and <hes>. You know for many reasons for human health reasons for wildlife for reasons went down a path of doing it manually and figuring out what was possible. What wasn't across a lot of different types of crops from specialty to two acre and and arrived at a determination that wanna do without doing that. A new class of machines needed to be out there and so let's that's when greenfield robotic started interested in and maybe for <hes>. For the audience is not fully aware of all the different agricultural things. Why is telling a bad thing <hes>. Something to do with depleting nutrients in the soil. If i remember my my science from back in the day. Well i mean it's a it's a fairly recent thing right. I mean telling has been around forever. Plowing and businesses is laying and ripping that ground up. And and it's it's kind of funny that the not ill movin content. When you first get into your like wait what you know <hes>. But yeah as it turns out. The downside of tilling is one is russian destroy us oil structure yet no residue you get heavy rain in the way you're slow. Go so royal. That's one too when you turn that soil over <hes>. You're you're meeting carbon right. So that's that's the another downside and then the third thing is contrary to. I grew up. We'd say oh you don't get a nice say get the ground nice fluffy second soak in right right right. It's actually the opposite when you leave roots in the ground preferably growling but even the ones that former cover crops crops than than and you have that residue <hes>. Sitting there on top soil as it turns out when the rainfall hits residues slows down. You have the gaps in the soil provided and <hes>. You can store actually quite that more rain water per cubic foot and so it's the opposite while you think at least what i was taught grown a- okay interesting and i'm assuming that that's quite important as a climate change continues. We have increased <hes>. Flooding headed project a couple years back in the work that i'm doing now that dealt with the massive amounts of flooding. I'm assuming it's the same thing in kansas. No yeah i mean it's <hes>. Boom-and-bust drought in flooding. You know. I think that <hes>. We've always had cycles like that. Of course you know. The mid west is kind of an extreme place at times but it does seem like they've been accentuated now they <hes>. You know we'll get bigger events than we've had in bigger crowds. My first two years at farming were a twenty seven. Twenty twelve full time and it was horrendously. Odd was one of the worst droughts ever add <unk>. And i've always smokes is like this whole time or trouble and most ground is what's called dry land. It's not urinate so really matters what you do with your water. One of the things that i saw on your website was that this is a. I mean we'll talk about <hes>. Greenfield robotics second. But the this entire. I guess new way of thinking about how to deal with soil deal with agriculture is part of that regenerative farming theme. This goes to a little bit about what you were saying before but maybe to give a little bit of context for the for the rest of the episode maybe can just touch on that sure you bet now makes sense and i hope i am definitely not one buyers rejang near folks working on this for twenty five thirty years <hes>. The linchpin leads is the no till stuff we described and that basically like. I said you don't turn this a little over and you second thing. He's always tried to have a growing route <hes>. As often as you can. So that can be your cash for all on a broad acre setting by broad acre. I mean the big deal to think you're gonna see the united states huge corn wheat. And you always eat. Want that cash route growing and or a cover crop in a cover. Crop is simply a crop-growing <hes>. Birds benefits in soil instead of heartlessly for the grain and <hes>. In a lot of times covered routes last ten different species. So you do that. That's that's the second thing that you do as part of it. And that helps you. Sorta to reduce your fertilizer needs annual resigning 's and then the third one that is done least is reintegrating livestock onto the cropland of course livestock running longer pastures everywhere. Globally it used to be that <hes>.