12 Burst results for "Colorado Orange"
"colorado orange" Discussed on Court Junkie
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"colorado orange" Discussed on The Good News Podcast
"I. I I'm Neil, the host of the good news podcast. This is your source for good news, Fun Stories and Sonic showing all of this goodness is coming to you from Beautiful Chicago Illinois. For today's episode, I want to share with you the story of an apple that was thought to be lost but has been found. The heroes of our story, our addy, Jude Shuna Meyer, and apologies if I messed up that name but they have what I think is one of the coolest jobs I've ever heard of they run the Montezuma word restoration project and they are trying to find and reintroduce old heritage apple strains, which brings us to the Colorado. Orange, which is an apple that they thought was lost as the name might suggest what sets this apart is its skin color. It is orange sort of peachy spoiler alert I'm looking at a picture of one of these apples and it is not exactly what you would. Expect from an apple and that seems to be what led to its supposed downfall about one hundred and fifty years ago. The Colorado Orange was a very popular apple I didn't even know about this type of apple but it is a winter apple with means that it got better after it had been picked in stored in someone's root cellar or Pantry over time. So you could pick it in the fall start eating it around the end of the year, but then it would be at its best leading all the way up to July. But after it's time is a popular apple other more red. Came along namely the scourge of apple eaters everywhere the red delicious, which looks like the Proto typical apple we all are imagining in her head. So fast forward to the two thousand and Addie and jude have been looking for this apple for decades. After a few previous disappointments, they did think that they had founded in December of twenty seventeen and here's how they confirmed that it was the elusive Colorado orange they sent it away for DNA, testing and came back unique unknown, which means that there wasn't a good sample of it in. The system and this I think is my favorite part. The way that they actually ended up confirming it is going to a wax apple collection from the early nineteen hundreds where they compared it against a wax apple of the Colorado. Orange. So as of today, they are about ninety eight percent sure that they have found the Colorado Orange and recently they auctioned off saplings of the new trees in the winning bid ended up being two thousand dollars to close at this episode I'm just going to read the description of the apple because. I think it's a mouth-watering description historically described as large round, oblate, slightly ridged at Calix stock medium length. In shallow yellowish orange color with blush were exposed to the sun flesh light yellow exceedingly firm yet, very crisp a rich high aromatic sub acid flavor most exceedingly juicy. In fact, in flavor and quality. It is distinct in peculiar to itself differing widely in both these characteristics from any.
"colorado orange" Discussed on Exponential Podcast
"Of people and we have house churches all over the North Houston area. We've started a couple of other churches in the northeastern area and there are some other places around the United States that are also have a church project in Winter Park Colorado in Greeley Colorado Orange County. Have some other countries A. We're just really holding onto these principles of what is a church and what is it not? How you been doing this? Ten years. This pretty fast to me. It's interesting. You myron don't know each other, but you have an awful lot in common. He the same thing he's been all over the place. Really here you. They say you're my Kinda Guy Brody. I love Rospa talking about you to me so I can't wait to get it. was happening I got a question for you. First of all men I love your passing man, it's like I think passing his electric helps Mbna and people. Here's my question and I wrote it down just use your your like a fire hydrant praise got How do you live on the cusp of doing what you've never done? How do you? How do you keep that edge about you? So that ten years later such as you are now you never lose that. Yeah. Well I can tell you mar one one way to answer the questions to say, I could not keep doing what I was doing before. I just knew I'm done I mean I I put together an advisory board of guys. Really solid I told him I. Don't want you to come with me. So I need your wisdom I need accountability I don't have what I could call elders yet because I don't have any people in our church. So but I can't all the principals and reasons for elders I needed to have that around me until I could name and identify and raise up elders, and thankfully we have some incredible elders in our in. Our Body now and I can actually, I'd love to the conversation ago pastor overseer elder bishop. What does that mean in the local church because I think we're expressing that without using this specific nomenclature but I put together an advisory board and this is what I told them. I said like I don't care if I have to work at macaroni, grill. Night..
"colorado orange" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)
"The Colorado orange Apple has returned from the past these trees keep the stories of people that grew them people that need them that made money off of them the trees tell the story Orchard fruits were a foundational industry in Colorado from the earliest days in the 1860s when many people were coming home. Go after gold in the Pikes Peak Gold Rush other people realize that those Miners and those folks would need to be fed. And.
"colorado orange" Discussed on Reproducing Churches
"Yeah well, our whole idea in our church multiplication one on one. House church. And Church. So one on one, we want everyone in our church disciples someone else. So that's the goal and that can be an unbeliever leading them and make disciples Jesus said baptizing them. So I think discipleship start happens well before baptism. So we have people who are meeting with people disciple of teaching them about the the OBT, how to obey Jesus what it means to follow him. So we want everybody wanted cycling people in. So many are hundreds maybe thousands we have every house church wants you to multiply, and so we teach them about this. We preach about this we help them with that and then churches we want every church we have to multiply. So that's why our church and ten years. We were able to start multiplying churches very early on because we just help an individual disciple, begin a house church that begat several other house churches, and there we plant a church. So would we at right now if you're keeping count of these house churches, you mentioned hundreds and possibly thousands how many churches have been multiplied out of that that I little house church you started up. With started with to house churches here and that's multiplied into fifty or sixty here in the woodland's. And then we have started other churches right around us. We have a church just north of us that now has ten house churches we had. Three or four, and we cut those off a gave them a centrality of elders and a Sunday gathering and and their own leadership and their their own church like I've never I've never preached there. They don't know who I am the same thing's happening around Houston and. In Katie we've started two or three house churches. The same thing's happening in Kingwood. So we just give people centrality once they have a hub we also have winter park, Colorado Greeley Colorado Orange County. California. These are people rather than US saying we're we're planting. We like to say we're partnering with people as they plant. So So because it's it's GonNa Take Church planter and a core group of people somewhere. But Orange County California has I think ten or twelve house churches winter park has three or four, and they just began like a couple of months ago a Greeley Colorado has seven or eight. So I haven't done all the math of, but I guess we have a hundred house churches at least that's just here in the states I mean we have Malawi Africa, and and tap patient in northern Haiti and Saltillo Mexico where we have legitimate church projects that are all based on a house church model with a with a central Sunday gathering that's exciting then. Go back to kind of the beginning when all this started and tell us. What were some of the biggest challenges you had because every every multiplier is going to experience times where things go the way that you wanted or expected, and eventually multiplication will start to hit a bottleneck and you've got to either adjust or you know maneuver a certain way. was there ever a time where he thought man things are slowing down? We got really kind of re examine what we're doing and or maybe things you you outreached you know you you outgrew your capacity in Oh maybe you weren't multiplying yourself as much. Did you ever hit new roadblocks on this journey? Yeah Yeah we've had a lot of roadblocks on this journey and I think early on was our first roadblock in the first roadblock was nobody. Has Ever heard of anything called House church, not only in the woodland's. But as far as I could tell in Houston and so I had I didn't know anybody else who is using the term house church. I didn't know anybody else who had this. Theology of church this ecclesial Aji, and so that was pretty lonely..
The Rediscovery Of The Colorado Orange Apple
"As the decade comes to a close we can now report that in fact you can mix apples and oranges well kind of in the western. United States Apple. Well an thr- apologists are excited about the rediscovery of an apple variety that was believed to be extinct. It's called the Colorado Orange Apple Jud Shannon Meyer of the Montezuma Orchard Restoration Project in South Western Colorado. Helped track down the Orange Apple. We asked him what makes it so special so the Colorado oranges a mix of sweet and tart being a winter apple. The flavor opens up over time so winner apples like the Colorado orange. You wouldn't even think of starting to eat until Christmas. You'd go through all your summer apples all your fall apples. You'd have these in the root cellar. And then starting Christmas. You'd start to pull these out and month by month. The flavor would open up a little bit of the suite would go a little bit of the. Tang might but they were still going to be very flavorful. They have some of the most complex flavors of any apples. You'll ever have. They said culinary have some of the most complex flavors you'll ever have anything. The Colorado Orange was popular in the late eighteen hundreds but around the nineteen forties. It started to disappear the biggest thing it had going against. It was a yellowish wish. Orangish glow apple at a time when America was going into monoculture where shiny red apples were considered the only apples worth buying. It wasn't because it was bad quality or didn't grow. Well it lost out like so many of the thousands and thousands of apple varieties that have gone extinct. It lost out because it wasn't the Shiny Red Apple Shanta Shanta Myer says locals around Canyon City Colorado cherished the Orange Apple. They knew it was a really high quality apple winner Apple. Good Keeping Apple in in Canyon. City of the memory of it was kept alive for a long time in the old timers. Like Oh yeah. I used to have a tree at died but we kept thinking there was still going to be one around we. We felt like we could still find one and so he and his wife. ADDIE started combing the state two years ago. We were in Canyon City in this orchard in December. And this person Mr Diana said. Hey I've got a tree also and he took us to a tree my wife. Addie and I looked at it and Lo and behold on the ground underneath the tree and the duff there were. These orange blushed apples apples and then on the tree. There were some of the apple still hanging and it had that really good sub acid flavorful. Taste that you'd expect from a winner apple so yeah it was a it was a a big moment for us. But the Shannon Myers have been careful and taking their time. They did cutting edge. DNA testing and compared their find to some archival wax apple full replicas at Colorado State University. They wanted to make sure they'd found the actual orange apple of memory because it's considered extinct. There's probably never in absolute but we've got his close to an absolute as we can between this newest new DNA technology the historical purvey of the orchard itself in and the waxed apple to compare it to. That's an extraordinary amount of information that most people would never be able to have to compare anything and so in a couple of years once the a young trees get going. Keep Your Eyes Open in the produce section for something new and please restrain yourself from asking. Ju- Shanta Meyer about mixing apples apples and oranges. Yeah people when they hear of the Colorado Orange. They definitely wonder what we're talking about. That's for
"colorado orange" Discussed on KCRW
"Twelve thirty and I call it is half hour our one on with the show NPR news you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news as the decade comes to a close we can now report that in fact you can mix apples and oranges well I'm kind of in the western United States apple anthropologists are excited about the rediscovery of an apple variety that was believed to be extinct it's called the Colorado orange apple juice Shana Meyer of the Montezuma orchard restoration project in southwestern Colorado help to track down the orange apple we asked him what makes it so special so the code orange is a mix of sweet and tart being a winter apple the flavor opens up over time so winter apples like the color to warrant you wouldn't even think of starting to eat until Christmas you go through all your summer apples all your fall apples you have these in the root cellar and then starting Christmas you'd start to pull these out and month by month the flavor would open up a little bit of the sweet would go a little bit of the Tang night but they were still going to be very flavorful they have some of the most complex flavors of any apples you'll ever have they sensed culinary wise if some of the most complex flavors you'll ever have in anything the Colorado orange was popular in the late eighteen hundreds but around the nineteen forties it started to disappear the biggest thing it had going against it was services a yellowish orangish glowed apple at a time when America was going into mono culture where shiny red apples were considered the only apples worth buying it wasn't because it was bad quality or didn't grow well it lost out like so many of the thousands and thousands of apple varieties that have gone extinct it lost out because it wasn't the shiny red apple shadow Myers has locals around canyon city Colorado cherished the orange apple they knew it was a really high quality apple winner apple good keeping apple in canyon city of the memory of it was kept alive for a long time and the old timers like oh yeah I used to have a tree it died but we kept thinking there was still going to be one around we we felt like we could still find one and so he and his wife Addie started combing the state two years ago we were in canyon city in this orchard in December and this person Mr Diana said day I've got a tree also when he took us to a tree my wife Audi and I looked at it and lo and behold on the ground underneath the tree in the Duff there were these orange blushed apples and then on the tree there were some of the apple still hanging in it had that really good sub acid flavorful taste that you'd expect from a winner apple so yeah it was a it was a big moment for us but the shadow Myers have been careful and taking their time they did cutting edge DNA testing and compared their find to some archival wax apple replicas at Colorado State University they wanted to make sure they'd found the actual orange apple of memory because it's considered extinct there's probably never an absolute but we've got as close to an absolute is we can between this newest new DNA technology the historical purvey it's of the orchard itself in the wax sample to compare it to that's an extraordinary amount of information that most people would never be able to have to compare anything and so in a couple of years once the young trees get going keep your eyes open in the produce section for something new and please restrain yourself from asking June Shannon Meyer about mixing apples and oranges.
"colorado orange" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Stage I intentionally did not research this at all so I could be surprise listeners I promise I did not spoil him I kept the secret twelve thirty and I call it is half hour hour one on the show NPR news you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news as the decade comes to a close we can now report that in fact you can mix apples and oranges well kind of in the western United States apple anthropologists are excited about the rediscovery of an apple variety that was believed to be extinct it's called the Colorado orange apple juice Shana Meyer of the Montezuma orchard restoration project in southwestern Colorado help to track down the orange apple we asked him what makes it so special so the code orange is a mix of sweet and tart being a winter apple the flavor opens up over time so winter apples like the color to warrant you wouldn't even think of starting to eat until Christmas you go through all your summer apples all your fall apples you have these in the root cellar and then starting Christmas you'd start to pull these out and month by month the flavor would open up a little bit of the sweet would go a little bit of the Tang night but they were still going to be very flavorful they have some of the most complex flavors of any apples you'll ever have they sensed culinary wise if some of the most complex flavors you'll ever have in anything the Colorado orange was popular in the late eighteen hundreds but around the nineteen forties it started to disappear the biggest thing it had going against it was services a yellowish orange juice glowed apple at a time when America was going into mono culture where shiny red apples were considered the only apples worth buying it wasn't because it was bad quality or didn't grow well it lost out like so many of the thousands and thousands of apple varieties that have gone extinct it lost out because it wasn't the shiny red apple shadow Myers has locals around canyon city Colorado cherished the orange apple they knew it was a really high quality apple winner apple good keeping apple in canyon city of the memory of it was kept alive for a long time and the old timers like oh yeah I used to have a tree it died but we kept thinking there was still going to be one around we we felt like we could still find one and so he and his wife Addie started combing the state two years ago we were in canyon city in this orchard in December and this person Mr Diana said day I've got a tree also when he took us to a tree my wife Audi and I looked at it and lo and behold on the ground underneath the tree in the Duff there were these orange blushed apples and then on the tree there were some of the apple still hanging in it had that really good sub acid flavorful taste that you'd expect from a winter apple so yeah it was a it was a big moment for us but the shadow Myers have been careful and taking their time they did cutting edge DNA testing and compared their find to some archival wax apple replicas at Colorado State University they wanted to make sure they'd found the actual orange apple of memory because it's considered extinct there's probably never an absolute but we've got as close to an absolute as we can between this newest new DNA technology the historical provisions of the orchard itself in the wax sample to compare it to that's an extraordinary amount of information that most people would never be able to have to compare anything and so in a couple of years once the young trees get going keep your eyes open in the produce section for something new and please restrain yourself from asking June Shannon Meyer about mixing apples and oranges yeah.
"colorado orange" Discussed on KCRW
"Not spoil them I kept the secret twelve thirty and I call it is half hour our one on with the show NPR news you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news as the decade comes to a close we can now report that in fact you can mix apples and oranges well I'm kind of in the western United States apple anthropologists are excited about the rediscovery of an apple variety that was believed to be extinct it's called the Colorado orange apple juice Shana Meyer of the Montezuma orchard restoration project in southwestern Colorado help to track down the orange apple we asked him what makes it so special so the code orange is a mix of sweet and tart being a winter apple the flavor opens up over time so winter apples like the color to warrant you wouldn't even think of starting to eat until Christmas you go through all your summer apples all your fall apples you have these in the root cellar and then starting Christmas you'd start to pull these out and month by month the flavor would open up a little bit of the sweet would go a little bit of the Tang night but they were still going to be very flavorful they have some of the most complex flavors of any apples you'll ever have this of culinary wise if some of the most complex flavors you'll ever have in anything the Colorado orange was popular in the late eighteen hundreds but around the nineteen forties it started to disappear the biggest thing it had going against it was services a yellowish orange juice glowed apple at a time when America was going into mono culture where shiny red apples were considered the only apples worth buying it wasn't because it was bad quality or didn't grow well it lost out like so many of the thousands and thousands of apple varieties that have gone extinct it lost out because it wasn't the shiny red apple shadow Myers has locals around canyon city Colorado cherished the orange apple they knew it was a really high quality apple winner apple good keeping apple in in canyon city of the memory of it was kept alive for a long time and the old timers like oh yeah I used to have a tree it died but we kept thinking there was still going to be one around we we felt like we could still find one and so he and his wife Addie started combing the state two years ago we were in canyon city in this orchard in December and this person Mr Diana said day I've got a tree also when he took us to a tree my wife Audi and I looked at it and lo and behold on the ground underneath the tree in the Duff there were these orange blushed apples and then on the tree there were some of the apple still hanging in it had that really good sub acid flavorful taste that you'd expect from a winner apple so yeah it was a it was a big moment for us but the shadow Myers have been careful and taking their time they did cutting edge DNA testing and compared their find to some archival wax apple replicas at Colorado State University they wanted to make sure they'd found the actual orange apple of memory because it's considered extinct there's probably never an absolute but we've got as close to an absolute is we can between this newest new DNA technology the historical purvey it's of the orchard itself in the wax sample to compare it to that's an extraordinary amount of information that most people would never be able to have to compare anything and so in a couple of years once the young trees get going keep your eyes open in the produce section for something new and please restrain yourself from asking June Shannon Meyer about mixing apples and oranges.
"colorado orange" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"When Mike Shannon was playing red shanties was the manager? Because I knew do of these guys that are local. Guys you know and things like that and and redwoods our neighbor In fact he was the first gentlemen to come over to our house the day after my father died To say was so sorry in to grab my sister Maureen and say I know you're daddy's gone now but if he he ever needed daddy I'm here for a while red shading tomorrow. Rain Yeah And so these are these are things that kind of made me you you know I was I was I always sit there. Mom always say your dad will be home in a few minutes because the first pitches in few minutes and I would pull up in front of the House Really Wadad. I watched I watched every game. I remember going to like I mean I I my first memory. Is You guys bring in Danny Home March seventy nine so two and a half right which I don't know if that's early or late for a first timer? Okay but my favorite thing. I guess I wasn't six six yet was when I went to my first cardinal game with you and mom and I thought that was just the greatest thing ever I mean I still still think of that as the greatest thing effort was August of eighty. Two and I think you came home. I think I was playing wiffle ball in the front yard on Vienna and with Mike Hutchinson and And I think you came home and said I've got tickets for the game. We're going to the game and I was so excited but having not gone and then I don't really remember anything about the cardinals pre-august of eighty-two that I don't know how why I was so excited about it but obviously cared I remember being excited and then I remember going to the game and being like I remember in all right. You stand here or look at world series. MVP in two months Darrell Porter will be standing right next to you in my mind. It's so magical. The whole thing is so magical that somehow Darrell darrelle porter's actually going to be standing next to me. What she meant was going to be in the background? I I it will be standing right. We're getting hamburger and I thought the hamburgers and credible I wouldn't eat a hamburger the right right now. If you gave me a thousand dollars but I remember I. I thought it was a hamburger. Oh Yeah night Lonnie Smith you remember this inside the park home because Jeffrey Leonard who became famous later for the one flap down by the giants were wearing these orange uniforms with white pants. In that ballpark was so big. You know you could have gotten an inside the park. Baloney Smith Fast Helmet would fly off and he was around the basis of an as he's around the basis. You're saying I've never seen this before an inside the park on the next x day Glenn Brummer stole home knew that that was the cornell. I didn't know the giants on Sunday night. That was my first game. plummer steals home the next day and then in two months they win the world series series. And I think if I go to the game and it some you know crappy game and if they're just you know whatever having kind of middling year I don't know if I ever get into the cardinals as much as I did but that's what I wound up. That's that it became. It's like a gambler. Who has I bet right? You know what I'm saying yeah and And and so I was so into it. I remember when they would be on the west coast. You would write like thing like a note as to what happened the game whether or not they won or lost and left at my sock drawer. You remember this. No Oh my God. Oh I don't remember that I remember. Wow but ensure that was me. It was a neighbor who really And and and I remember waking up and I'd have this like anxieties. I walked over over the sock drawer like did they win or did they lose dead serious. You know I mean I was that into our. Wow and so like the eighty five world series. I can remember remember when that Shit happened in game. Six is mom wouldn watch. He'd be walking around outside. That stuff still goes on goes on campus wide man Dan. Jack Pendleton was Over watching it when that happened You know I'm talking about the blown call and and everything so you know that disaster Ostermann. Mom's saying walking up and down the street hear people screaming when when Denkinger blew the call. Oh Gosh Yeah. eighty-seven watching with you and the cardinals loss to the twins wins. I remember being this huge Notre Dame fan that you are the for Notre Dame fans you say Phantom clip and they know exactly. If they're old enough they know who you're talking rocket Ismail Against Colorado. That was brutally what you really cared. I was having a good day until you brought that up. We're GONNA get because I really yeah And I remember screaming and screaming. Like you're so excited Greeks Day I don't scream like that auditees returning that thing and then it gets called back. I mean Holy Shit so we experienced that thinking the cardinals world series together in eighty five thinking Notre Dame. I Dunno name GonNa win the National National Championship that year but they would have beaten Colorado Orange Bowl in ninety on the phantom clip as it's called Sameer that Missouri the fifth down I think for that matter So I remember those things but as far as intensity on sports. I don't feel like you mimic that. And then my intensity playing. I don't know where I got that from but I definitely finally had it and then Danny was an was e- much better athlete. I don't think that's even up for debate. But I don't think he had the same intensity though he's a little you guy he's the Kinda Guy Story if you say one of the four doesn't fit wouldn't it be Danny Right. Am I right on that year. Mars intense. I know yes I think he Out of all of them. Kevin Are Danny Smith because minor. Slow right right. Yeah and and Danny's Kinda guy scores seventy seven Seventy two seventy with a second ago. You want him at the free throw right well. Oh He's just championship the Buzzer. If I'm not mistaken Ryan. He did receive the you know and I couldn't have been more happy brother absolutely and and for him I think he's like all right. You know the baskets there's a layup what else am I gonNa do Ryan you know. It was great story home. I almost had a half court shot. Aquifer didn't I tell the story right one he actually won the championship at the Buzzer. Does you know and I ran down there because 'cause I knew all those kids because they played soccer on the soccer team coached and I ran down there and they sedan. God you'll remember this day the rest of your life and he looked at me I'll never Forgetting Goes Dad. Can I get a coke. I'm going by yeah. You can have the stadium. You WanNa Dan you know unbelievable and in sports are huge part of my life and I honestly went to Saint. Louis you high and I don't know if this speaks to you and mom encouraging us to pursue anything or if you're just like this guy so delusional we're not going to ruin it for them honestly thinking I was going to play for the cardinals. Oh absolutely yeah I know that. No ooh that wasn't until I got rushmere but even then I'm like okay. I'M GONNA make sure I make the tea my sophomore year which I did yes Instill thinking okay. Well then. That's good now. I made the team so now I can still play for the card. I'm absolutely absolutely like okay. That's that's not no but I thought that I believe I believe believe you did that but I remember and I and I'll tell people this and I may have mentioned on the radio in the past but the reason why once I got cut my junior year. Then it's like okay this this might not workout this whole cardinal writing at this right. Maybe we need to plan right call an audible. Is I remember watching Lou Holtz. Who of course you know you worshiped as the head coach of Notre Dame and I? I don't know why he was talking about this at a press conference as press conference Roy so random I remember him saying this press conference not like an interview says find something you love to do and find somebody dumb enough to pay how you do it and I've lived by that. I really great line but I mean it was. It was like a press conference getting ready for like some shit bag team where he probably was acting. Elevate to beat us you know. And there's like forty point favorites and And that for whatever reason that stuck with I think it's because I was working at Petro's bussing tables and I hated it so much that I thought to myself I can't I can't get in this spot the rest of my life where I'm working for people who I know aren't more intelligent. You know I and I don't necessarily have in that comes off. I know I realized that comes off the wrong way but I mean they were. They were really really kind either. We're real happy and I thought this is awful awful And I gotta get a spot. Were you know I don't deal with this in my life on a day-to-day basis and I'm i. I think you had me working like fifteen. What was that about? I just think to me back. I guess maybe it worked out because it instilled work ethic would God. I hated it and it was right enough being you know at that time. I don't know if it's different now. How but being from our neighborhood where there weren't a lot of people from our neighborhood going to Saint Louis you high and then when the weekend rolls around they're all excited and we can rolls around like I'm GonNa go bus tables in Kinda be treated like an asshole you know to make like twenty bucks? I think it was part of growing up in part of the The thing that you got God out of that to the thought process I think a lot of it is and independents and and saying hey listen gotta know what it takes to make a living and what you have have to do and and You know you. I know you don't want to do this. The rest of your life and hopefully it won't but if you do this is what it is I think that you know a lot of what we did was to put you guys in a position where you can reflect. Reflect back like you are today Danny worked there Kevin worked for vases Mara Mara work. But she got some money when she was at Saint Louis University because soccer But you know I just think that you know you say do you do you. Do you think having somebody somebody say you know. You're dead you guys. That's nice to hear but the legacy for any parent is looking at your kids. You know I always tell people in your all. Your kids live in Saint Louis Tim I yeah we did something wrong. Nobody laugh you know kiddingly. I mean I feel very proud of what you've VICI and Danny's achieved and cavins achieved and Mars achieved and I always tell people. Let let me tell you something. Nobody's knocking on the door Ought to ask for anything You know You were instilled a a good work I think I think we instill that in with our kids I thank you you all did well in school You all have You know good Good family early life. That's what it's all about. I mean you know You know now that mom hates when I say this now the both of us are on the back nine You look at what what you've done in life and hey it's great that I I did this and I did that. Work Wise Eight. That's part of my. That was part of my life. I had to do that but I think it'd we have good kids. And you have a good spouse and you have a you. It's the end result of all the sacrifices you guys are just starting to learn that you do. I mean Mom and I went out dinner Thursday Friday Saturdays here this week this past weekend but we never ever went out you guys know. We never went out. We didn't have anybody necessarily babysitting. I'm we were there. You know but we were sacrificing and and so when the twenty seventh of December rolls around. You know. I WanNa be in Hilton that I wanted to be in South Carolina. I WanNa be you know Enjoying during the bowl game I wanNA. That's part of life now. I kinda I kinda like. You don't fall over the grandkids. Madam might sound weird but I li- I because I don I love them. You know you do. I mean God nobody asks in more than you do but I like that. It's not like you know like if you if you had it your way. I know you'd be Hilton head like you'd live there I think carly actually I would be there more right tonight. Why because it's kind of like yeah I mean you did? It raised four kids. You know and one of them was born. You know after you had already been raising one for thirteen years and never thought anything. What do you mean never never ever ever thought? Oh my gosh what are we doing here. Now never With Maher the Laura was born. I've I've got. Hey listen this is great. And one thing Your grandmother my mother said to me is Tim. She's GonNa keep you young and and you know what I never even thought of it that way..
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"He didn't miss it at all I don't the ball hits the bottle does the it's the room again and then rolls off so if you're watching it live you might think you miss the dog maybe but the referees who are right there and the red the video referees they knew that the ball went through the hoop and then went up around the rim the weird thing is they didn't tell the two points I when I watch that it doesn't look like you miss that at all you just keep your eye generally on the ball you can see it with all the way through the hoop right I I have a lifetime of watching NBA basketball and I will tell you I knew immediately the right call was count the dock and these referees who are paid I don't know how much money price of a decent amount of money they they should have known that this was two points only the thing is they didn't and they didn't tell the basket and then they did not wrecked it during the game sometimes during the game in the NBA they will go we have a scoring correction we went back and looked at video this guy's foot was on the line for the two point instead of a three pointer or something happened and this is a gold whatever they could have done that during the game but they did not now is where the sticky part comes in because not only did that basket not count but this first came back from from twelve points down to force overtime and then double overtime and then win the game so those two points were the ones that that's the winning margin so then after the fact V. Houston Rockets won the NBA to say that they won the game or at least to replay it with seven minutes left can you do that I don't know I mean you don't know what would have happened if they would have just given those points but it's not without it's within the realm of possibility that it would have never even went over time correct like if you go to fourteen points down it might change the yeah I love the game yeah right so I mean some I would think something is to happen but what makes it blows my mind because how is this even possible like I mean you've got referees there you've got we play technology I just don't know how in the game in in the action it's as simple as making a basket that you would think would be irrefutable no matter the situation how in a professional sports game that the referees get it so wrong right like this is this is even worse than the the NFL missing that pass interference call with the saints last year this is even worse because that that was like subjective we all think it's pass interference but really you know you could make the argument well you can't really make yard that I wasn't well there's no there's no decision making they need to be made here there's no you don't have to think about it right you have to figure it out the ball in the hoop the ball went through the hoop so then what do you do now do not alive who are you hello Sir yes Sir go ahead yeah when a man what happened I'm sorry I forgot what you talk to us did you call them or did you call us I called you those on hold forever so my apology I know it's okay and I will make you waited a long green go back to your guys now appreciate that do not alive hi how are you yes Sir Sir how you doing group to grow out of right here in Tampa Bay what up are you good man thanks for asking Brigitte that do you see the video of the hardened dump I did it and I don't agree with the referees I think that someone money within the past it almost seems like something like that has to be a play because how do you not do something that is I know and the NBA already has a convicted referee who who is betting on games that he was refereeing ten dot EDU I'll never forget I waited on at ruby Tuesdays like six years ago used a coupon I do I bet he did I I've heard from his well people connected to him that he's not the greatest guy in the world yeah yeah Cooper creek Sarasota ruby Tuesday waited out of any use the coupons the coupon didn't tip twenty percent and then be a rough yes well I mean this was once he was you know of a disgrace yeah so yeah so the NBA already has a problem with wraps not fixing games necessarily but at least be in in the mock being being dirty being in the mock so then you think that maybe Vegas that's something to do with this or maybe maybe some sports gambling I guess in the Gambinos I don't know I don't know about naming anybody by name so but thank you seven two seven five seven nine one oh two five and eight hundred seven seven one one oh two five to go live how can I help you no hang on it's gonna be you next all right no news to me there are no other game does my desk down down on my right there anyway about the game yes James one seven two seven five seven nine one two five eight hundred seven seven one one a two five to a live alone who are you write in clear order are you all right we should ask you what's up yes so the call was was obviously blown I heard of the previous caller on hold mention possible corruption or whatnot but I mean it comes out of it she's been around you many many decades the ninety eight because of the Olympic team expletive older teens obviously proces Arrakis now but how does not know the thirty second talent pool I mean so how often is that a good ruler Edwards for so how many times do it during a game is there a phone call and maybe you know maybe it doesn't matter because you dispersed by twenty seven they did a cover maybe they don't post baby three under whatever Lutici knows the rules and for him to have that imports from him it doesn't make any sense there's a lot of moving parts that they're they're not up to me zero like long I can't and I can't help but think that you're that you're maybe trying to dis that's joke on me because Mike d'antoni role okay because Mike d'antoni is the coach of the of the rockets not Rudy Tomjanovich I would figure about the park like that there's like that all right cool I I you know I I had said it a couple times so I I would thought he was trying to lure me into a thing where I'd say Mike d'antoni a be like yeah dental you gonna put is not on your forehead it in the am and it's it's tough it's like battered Batman syndromes what I am yeah it's like you can't even enjoy a mediocre call without thinking you're gonna be dis nodded mediocre is given a lot of credit seven two seven five seven I wanted to five so if you didn't do something about it during the game is it you can't do anything about it now is it etched in stone is it you took the L. on that one I guess so I mean the only saving grace is that the NBA season so damn long hopefully it won't come down to this one game causing them playoff spot or anything but yeah as far as the the you know I'm not super familiar with the challenge rules in basketball but if there was a challenge that could have been thrown in wasn't I think you then have to do you have to put on the coach at least a little bit a little bit but I think it's up to the the rafts or someone who's watching going Hey you know what we blew this one put two points back on the board for the rock I mean honestly I could be wrong here but there's like two things that I would think would be understood you know indisputable in sports a home run that's in play in a basket in in basketball right like it either went in there or which that far or didn't and so I how something like that could go the other way is is beyond me even in tennis now they've got the cameras and the computer imaging to where you can tell if any fraction of a ball is on the line and I will tell you having played high school tennis I lettered thank you very much having played high school tennis that's probably the most ambiguous sport because you're trying to call a shot right that is coming at you and you want the ball to be out because you get the point but you have to be honest about it so you're you're lying on your I. judgment to go oh sorry man that was out and there were people you play against who would we call it hooking they hope you you you put the ball on the line and they go wide AB like what what do you do in your hooking me dude so my point is tennis is pretty damn cool was that wasn't the the the fridges Big Boy manager also your tennis partner it's a good memory you have he was older than I was so he did go to high school with me he right he was twenty one while I was fifteen that wouldn't that can stop you guys from you know hanging out being bras we played that was our introduction together was that we he played tennis up at the club where I played tennis also and then he brought you on board at the you know at the freshest so you grew me yes yes that's probably why I have a problem with group grooming because I was probably groomed well in that for those that don't know you know you don't leave anybody in the dark he feverishly **** while drew was on the floor no loop there is that as a lien and it was not feverish it was more of a slow sensual motion to draw level who are you eight zero two one again from color okay just wanted to apologize I know was coach the Antonio okay handle thanks man was process fine but procedure for some horrible collars today did a live alone victors yeah yeah hello not feeling this fellow take it easy do not allow delivery of Hey Jeffrey I don't Hey Jeffrey eight so about James harden situation if you I know people are saying replay the last bit of the game really blew that call but then you've got you know scheduling is the only solution I can really think of it find the referees hold them accountable for you no mention of the call yes the NBA came by came out said we blew the call like that the if the crew chief even said we blew that one but I mean that's not gonna do anything for either team do you have a memory of a blown call or a bad call throughout your entire sports watching that you think should have got a different way no because that I've only rooted for teams my entire life that I mean I've seen fifteen dramatic calls between the lines the Buccaneers this year so they all kind of just blend together now so now I never routed for a team that was good now that we have so many different angles of re play and so many different cameras and what not it's almost like the referees are held to a higher standard than they used to be because he used to be you get one instant replay and to be the same thing you just saw except slow down so you couldn't really tell I'm trying to think if there's ever been a call that was blown so badly that it stuck with me I just have traumatic sports memories like bill Buckner booting the ground ball that would have probably ended the series against the Mets Nick Anderson my good friend breaking for free throws against the Houston Rockets in game one of the NBA finals the rockets went on to sweep the magic to rub alive who are you I say hello Martin yes go ahead Sir the heart back down it did anybody check the books on the bread but again I had no idea do you know what the spread was no I don't that's why I was back in if there is an over under are spent on the game that would tell a lot on whether the referee for cricket is well I don't know they would that point you don't like you're taking away one basket I mean they were already at that point how much for the up like twenty twelve points twelve points yeah so what I'm looking at right now trying to find out what the spread was I imagine my good friend degenerate gambler Todd right would probably know but Houston was favored on the road the over under was two hundred thirty four point five points wow they barely I think they got the over on that one I'm looking at where who is favored in this game says five forty seven instead of I forty seven Houston Rockets versus five forty eight Santa I don't know how to read betting stuff I know that when I go to Vegas I like gambling on sports but I don't know how to do it like I don't know how to read any of the any of the two and that cost me money in the Lakers Sixers final because I bet I didn't get the money line I bet it's straight up or something if I take in the spread I would have won to a lot of the I'm sorry I do remember a bad call Notre Dame versus Colorado Orange Bowl circa nineteen hundred and eighty one thing nine maybe even ninety rocket is male with the with the Irish down returned a pie with almost no time remaining for a touchdown and they called the.
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"Are making me mad yesterday I'm in the car driving around listening to you sort of along with us well I was wary of set because you said that I mean you said that people. can have crazy ideas there turned out the work right that someone would have said all yes who thought cellphones thirty years ago but you know some crazy idea work okay but those are men of some people of science coming up with those ideas they're not you and me just because you and I come up with some cockamamie idea of throwing ice cubes in the Gulf doesn't mean it should be study because it might work I think that's elitist really yeah okay. you think I'm serious I'm sure Soviets elite aside I do not think that's elitist if you've just because someone has an outrageous idea doesn't mean that it should be pursued. well I didn't say it should be pursued I said let's not laugh adding humiliate people who want to announce an idea that's out of the box like nuking a hurricane or dropping an Ice Cube in a hurricane because we've because that doesn't work because it's impossible because it wouldn't happen because a lot of great ideas would have stalled if people were afraid to think and speak out of the box. so a lot of them won't work a lot of them are crazy ideas but let's not humiliate people for you know life like when the teacher says there's no stupid questions feel free to ask right this this comes from that school okay but I just think that I'm not qualified to come up with the crazy idea and that's the elitist part of it because I'm talking against myself how going to be entirely dissidents myself it's because you make it sound as though strokes of genius or the province of a very select few you know I guess the people of study these things have a better shot at it but I think you and I could either you recall moments strokes of genius are the province of the genius otherwise they would be genius I think that all that you have a look it up how many geniuses are there here's here's what you're missing the ordinary slobs have had moments of clarity and it has changed the world and they are now famous because they did that but you did know bottom until they said Hey I got an idea but but may be but does I I just don't think anyone like if you someone yesterday I think could have called and told you that they if we could just get rid of all the squids it would work and you'd say I think we should look into that well I don't think every idea should be looked into okay and what I would have said go ahead and say that Colin John I think the squids are causing the hurricanes in if we put a giant machine look at these quitter in the Gulf War and they landed coast we could go and get rid of her K. Steve thanks for the call I don't like the chances of that but I sure appreciate you thinking out of the box and having the courage to say it and that's not what you were saying you were saying like yeah we should look into that that's why I was getting ticked got it. we asked you at three one two nine eight one seven two hundred to text where you're listening is run the string today we thought we had a higher proportion of people that were listening outside the metro I'm hearing from people that are listening throughout the Chicago land area Crown Point Indiana is not what I had in mind but thank you Crown Point for listening. but also the state of Oregon Scottsdale Arizona hi John it's poly I live in Denver Colorado Orange County California after relocating for Marino thank you for bringing us along John were listening every day in Lincoln Nebraska we used to live in Lake County Illinois John seven seven two seven two seven says Saint Petersburg Florida here Columbus Ohio bowl the Minnesota you're listening to us Cathy is in spring Lake Michigan dirty dogs Lake Geneva Wisconsin east Peoria Illinois Oakland California Deming New Mexico Lombard again not exactly what I had in mind but you're listening to us on the stream we appreciate that Joe's listening in San Francisco for eight oh you're listening and Chandler Arizona you say I do almost every day. Bloomington Illinois hello central Illinois. and the list goes on. a man Northfield Massachusetts in my summer cottage on the porch on the couch how fun is that Carol Crawford formerly of lake Zurich now listening to and Knoxville Tennessee. John I'm listening to from the villages in Florida a lot of people listening to us down there Las Vegas and the list goes on and on just strolled into our studio eight were real con and advanced as to their show hi Sir how are you isn't it great that what technology does that bring us all together total we had a show last night at Hounsou saloon for our podcasts the Hogan Johns podcast we had people that came in now they came for the game granted but they came in from Virginia Minnesota. somebody was there from Germany there are so many people that they couldn't get in the room last night for you there was actually an overflow room that there actually was the case and they put us up on a monitor so people could see us into of course they could hear us but it's just especially in the podcast world the breach we have a lot of listeners that love the bears in Europe and so they listen to a podcast because that's how they get their bears talk well that's a feather in your cap but it's also a popular podcasts because you guys just do such a good job thank you we are we brag about the missing rascals all the time he we don't have a fraction of the listenership you did we gotta talk about the bears more on the missing right. was gonna say I got a credit the bears a little bit too because they always give us stuff to talk about that fans want to hear like this giant football game tonight at Soldier Field going to read a few more locations and let's talk about that Dubuque Iowa Hey John we're listening in Newnan Georgia the only station we still love after moving here six years ago somebody else that I'm listening to you in California Buckeye Arizona we moved here from fox river Grove last year we love you guys it WGN but the folks that are listening to us on the stream hello Houston Texas thanks for listening are really tapped into this game today because it connects them to Chicago and a great rivalry with the Green Bay Packers NFL's a hundred years this year hundred years the bears hundredth season and I just think it's really cool what they did with this game to it's always usually the Superbowl winner plane whoever's on their schedule in week one that's the kickoff game and the NFL said Hey. it's the one hundred season we gotta do this differently and we got the bears who are celebrating their one hundred season the Packers actually celebrated their one hundred season last year because they existed before the legal came together and so you just got this great rivalry two one really good team I think the bears the Packers are are good too they're gonna be in the conversation this year so what a great way and as I look out the studio right now what a perfect day in child too how about it will so this is the NFL acknowledging that the greatest rivalry than is the bears and Packers yeah I know I mean what are the other ones what would what compares to this with the teams that love to hate each other. I mean the fact that even have to hesitate to think about it tells you that the bears and Packers are clearly the the best I mean I'm thinking Oakland in San Francisco or the raiders have moved around you I look to the AFC north the Steelers and Browns probably going back and even more recently the Steelers and ravens the ravens haven't existed that long either years this is it. a lot of the great rivalries involve the bears because not only they've been around so long but they were really good when the you know in the early part of the franchise and so going back and spending some of my summer reading up on on these things they have great robbery at the giants the bears yes with over the years yeah yeah Vikings what course because they're in the same division but the Vikings are they don't go back as far and then the interesting thing is people forget the Arizona Cardinals originally from Chicago Chicago cardinals they played at Comiskey park and so you actually used to have a cross town rivalry in the NFL and then they ended up moving to Saint Louis and then they moved on Arizona and sell this the cardinals you don't think about it this way but are also one of the oldest franchises in the NFL but people are like other nerves onus and you know sports are cute half airs owners Chicago fans right anyway prioritize for me what what do you think are the flash points tonight two disc is one I mean he would be the most interesting unknown in this game tonight yeah I think for sure him taking the next step to me the biggest unknown in the football game is actually what the Packers are gonna bring on offense if a brand new head coach is only thirty nine years old four years older than their Rogers how is that going to mash get this. big. all time great quarterback who's Hussein I I've been doing this this way forever I you know I don't need a young young head coach to come in here and and and change everything I'm not saying that's what he's saying now but you still wonder with these dynamics with these head coaches what is this all going to look like tonight for the Packers against his great bears defense who by the way have a different coordinator now too so does that look different at all that's kind of where I'm focused on tonight of what could be different and what's kind of unexpected are the expectations possibly too high for Khalil Mack. no Khalil Mack is one of those rare players that you know what you're getting from him as long as he's healthy he is going to be a game Recker that's what he is even in the games or he's not necessarily sacking the quarterback every quarter. he's getting so much attention from the opposing offense that it's opening up things for the rest of the defense and so the Khalil Mack is the one constant fix constant on this team that now we get there there's too many expectations on the bears as a whole this year maybe but Khalil Mack now. what is the expectation for the bears this year well John I have been going thirteen three and winning the Superbowl yes Sam was talking about that yesterday was is rolling his eyes a little bit but I thought that nine was low I would sure take the over. twelve is not that different than thirteen but you've got to thirteen and three in one of the Superbowl the schedule harder this year that's what fans got to realize I love that as somebody who covers the team because almost every single week it's a big game. it's always a big game with a good but I'm talking the match up I mean the saints come to town this year they're really good the chiefs met Nagy going against his former mentor and an eighty read I mean these games every week are going to be good even outside the division and that's to be hard with I'm not lying it is it's gonna hide with thirteen of sixteen avoiding got him doing that because I just think they're really good and I and I think that this city as much hype as there is about the bears and as much excitement as there is among the fan base I think they're still the skepticism that Hey this franchise more times than not is bad and strong and can't win that Superman here in our own way and the doubled going so I get it but I'm on the I'm going out on a limb and saying I think across the board they're good it's okay to admit that it's okay to think they're going to win the Superbowl have we over played the significance of the kicking game. no because I still think is going to this game tonight the biggest weakness on the team. part of that though is because. Eddie Pinheiro isn't on no we don't know he's never taken a fall game before other than these preseason games but this is his first real NFL game tonight we don't know how it's going to go I feel better about it than I did going in the playoff game because at that point we kinda realized Cody Parkey not that good so playing he's on the NFL right now he actually had a work out with the Titans the other day but has not got the job. what about the backfield what about the wide receivers I think what time is it now we are coming out of one fifty right yeah and the game starts so maybe seven eight hours from now America is gonna be a love with David Montgomery the bears rookie running back at Iowa state I think he's a perfect fit for this offense I think he's gonna be relied on right away and I think he has a chance to be rookie of the year in the in the NFC been getting a lot of snaps in the preseason he did the first game because they want to see him and he looked so good the man now you said you are not playing the rest of the preseason with Mitch and police yes you go over with the guys that are good and you will not play again I wonder how that makes the other guys feel I mean I'm sure they want the reps but he does make you feel expendable doesn't it kind of divides the two..