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"corey jackson" Discussed on What The Suck?!

What The Suck?!

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"corey jackson" Discussed on What The Suck?!

"So when this berry in the bargain Bin, the two, thousand, six film produced by Adt Entertainment and soul eaters production. Yet, had a rotten tomatoes score of thirty percent for the audience score with number of seven hundred and ninety four user ratings, which is not a lot. Not A lot. No. Once again, the critics have taken a rain check on this one. So there are no critical reviews and seventy percent of the users told US movie to go fuck it. So exactly. So it's directed by Steven Munro. Produced by Morris Birger. Stephen Brown Stephen Kennel and Michael Do beco Michael Do Becky Lou beco- a store a screenplay by Philip Day Day di. Musica by Corey, Jackson's and. Blah Blah Blah release date September nineteenth two, thousand six distributed by anchor. Bay Containment. A very short running eight minutes. There's not a lot of story there but. Oddly enough. It had a budget of one point, two, million dollars well in the two thousand and one point two million isn't much for a movie really but we have had some later made movies that have had total, shit budget. Mean, and it showed paranormal activity had like a hundred thousand dollar budget. You know. So this not yeah I mean that's tiny. Yeah. So the movie Lucy what did not suspended on the back of the fucking DVD There's a lot of fucking writing on this. So married, the front quick says somewhere between Heaven and hell. The ultimate evil waits to feed. The back says a bunch of Shit. Good people go to heaven the bad go to hell those in between are. Left in. Darkness. Actually this do that again. When I say when? I say darkness you say with me, we'll do real deep. Okay. Gotcha. All right. Those in between are left in. Dark. A provocative new shocker from the director of House of nine it waits I've never heard of those fucking movies. and. Producers didn't Jake handle. Her mother died in childbirth and she always felt responsible for the tragedy. When her father disappeared, her grandparents raised her. Already fucking bored. As she got older her sense of guilt deeper. On the night of the twenty first birthday Celia played by Monica Akina of Freddie. Versus Jason. Is drugged raped and dies a accidental overdose overdose overdose I was GONNA say teabag. was runner train. On. Any wild. College. FRAT party. For some reason, death is only the beginning. Trap. Wait a minute. They're ripping off mummy lines now. Yeah. Fuck trapped in another world between sanctuary and Damnation Celia, must now battle the demons including whores of horrific sawyers that prowl the afterlife. Assyria can eat a Dick I. think she I think that's how she dies. Token Dick. Is. The spirit of a recently deceased ground. We what? Is this. Is a spirit of a recently deceased grandfather Tim Tom. Tim Thumbers Tho- Merson Fuck of tracers trying to lure her into eternity of suffering. Can Her Guardian Angel played by David Anders of alias? Safely, lead her to the other side and for young woman caught in limbo. Is there any way to go toward light when your soul is left in? Dark. Shattner that shit left in. Darn, is right on. That's that's good. That's going. Yeah. special features, wide screen presentation wonderful making the making of left in darkness. Okay. If we watch it, it's good watch the make enough. Maybe, we'll watch the making of, and then I'll be a paycheck exclusive. Go inside the trenches don't care my twenty. Trailer. Okay. Well, before we get into this, let's go ahead and it. Yes, it sounds like a pretty pretty shitty movie I mean well, I mean what else do we do here? Sir I mean there are a lot. Apparently, we need a life. But I, mean, we we love. God Hell. Yeah we love it I mean all these movies were made by people who were at the minimum mildly passionate about them. Yeah. Put some sort effort into them. So they all deserve at least one viewing. Yep that's what we're here for that is absolutely what we're here for. So we have devised a rating system to dig through the lawman. Genius fucking rating system my friend to dictate a large pile of shit in hopes to find that Golden Nugget. Yes. Now, our rating system is an anniversary in system based on Shit emojis absolutely one, three, five, one being the best five being worse. Now, here are the. Descriptions of the rating system. One, out of five kit emojis those are the new classics into the best of the worst and the ones that are so bad. They're good. Yup. You'll get endless hours of enjoyment under these and you'll watch them over and over. To edify should emojis are almost as bad as the ones but not enough work counts. Watch these only with friends who are really into shitty movies. which if you're like us, you have a lot of those. Yes. Movies in this category are best watch with a group of like to riff or play a drinking game both are fun, and he is not lying folks. It is an absolute blast to have drinking games and rip on Shitty horror movies with your friends. Are. Playing the mustache game. What's the mustache in the mustache? No. Not a mustache ride game sick mother fuckers L. Mustafa Shoe. What you do is you actually cut a mustache piece of paper or you can just create one Kremlin ofo per one. Cut It out and you stick it on a random spot on the screen use a large TV because it makes it a little makes the game a little harder and little. Funny. and then every time a characters face lines up perfectly with the mustache. Everybody takes a drink. It's a lot of fun. It is a lot of fun and of course you can add your own rules. Some people say that okay animals count animals don't count and then you can add like certain degrees of how close it matches it. All depends on what you in the crowd are planet. Feel. But that's right the ton of fun. Don't be pussies. Three hundred five should emojis. You'll watch it only have nothing better to do but prepared to drink heavily while watching though. Alcohol may not be enough and you may WANNA get some conditional like some sticky icky yet little Jamaican, gold as right lil little Jamaicans lamb wool. Shit emojis. Who'll boy his worst starts to hurt? Yeah. These are the ones that they're so strange you'll to want to see him but not more than once and you're gonna WanNa bring friends because you want them to share in your fucking misery. Specially those who have wronged you or you money and you want to make them suffer right fuckers. Yeah pay pay up or wash. It s right. Five of the five who boy, the FICA Cadila. Matter. The worst of the worst the SANDPAPER GLOWNA yes. Handy Only brings special occasion. Let's say your friends are not adhering to social distancing fockers or. You're stuck in an apartment with your ex because broke.

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"corey jackson" Discussed on What The Suck?!

What The Suck?!

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"corey jackson" Discussed on What The Suck?!

"So when this berry in the bargain Bin, the two, thousand, six film produced by Adt Entertainment and soul eaters production. Yet, had a rotten tomatoes score of thirty percent for the audience score with number of seven hundred and ninety four user ratings, which is not a lot. Not A lot. No. Once again, the critics have taken a rain check on this one. So there are no critical reviews and seventy percent of the users told US movie to go fuck it. So exactly. So it's directed by Steven Munro. Produced by Morris Birger. Stephen Brown Stephen Kennel and Michael Do beco Michael Do Becky Lou beco- a store a screenplay by Philip Day Day di. Musica by Corey, Jackson's and. Blah Blah Blah release date September nineteenth two, thousand six distributed by anchor. Bay Containment. A very short running eight minutes. There's not a lot of story there but. Oddly enough. It had a budget of one point, two, million dollars well in the two thousand and one point two million isn't much for a movie really but we have had some later made movies that have had total, shit budget. Mean, and it showed paranormal activity had like a hundred thousand dollar budget. You know. So this not yeah I mean that's tiny. Yeah. So the movie Lucy what did not suspended on the back of the fucking DVD There's a lot of fucking writing on this. So married, the front quick says somewhere between Heaven and hell. The ultimate evil waits to feed. The back says a bunch of Shit. Good people go to heaven the bad go to hell those in between are. Left in. Darkness. Actually this do that again. When I say when? I say darkness you say with me, we'll do real deep. Okay. Gotcha. All right. Those in between are left in. Dark. A provocative new shocker from the director of House of nine it waits I've never heard of those fucking movies. and. Producers didn't Jake handle. Her mother died in childbirth and she always felt responsible for the tragedy. When her father disappeared, her grandparents raised her. Already fucking bored. As she got older her sense of guilt deeper. On the night of the twenty first birthday Celia played by Monica Akina of Freddie. Versus Jason. Is drugged raped and dies a accidental overdose overdose overdose I was GONNA say teabag. was runner train. On. Any wild. College. FRAT party. For some reason, death is only the beginning. Trap. Wait a minute. They're ripping off mummy lines now. Yeah. Fuck trapped in another world between sanctuary and Damnation Celia, must now battle the demons including whores of horrific sawyers that prowl the afterlife. Assyria can eat a Dick I. think she I think that's how she dies. Token Dick. Is. The spirit of a recently deceased ground. We what? Is this. Is a spirit of a recently deceased grandfather Tim Tom. Tim Thumbers Tho- Merson Fuck of tracers trying to lure her into eternity of suffering. Can Her Guardian Angel played by David Anders of alias? Safely, lead her to the other side and for young woman caught in limbo. Is there any way to go toward light when your soul is left in? Dark. Shattner that shit left in. Darn, is right on. That's that's good. That's going. Yeah. special features, wide screen presentation wonderful making the making of left in darkness. Okay. If we watch it, it's good watch the make enough. Maybe, we'll watch the making of, and then I'll be a paycheck exclusive. Go inside the trenches don't care my twenty. Trailer. Okay. Well, before we get into this, let's go ahead and it. Yes, it sounds like a pretty pretty shitty movie I mean well, I mean what else do we do here? Sir I mean there are a lot. Apparently, we need a life. But I, mean, we we love. God Hell. Yeah we love it I mean all these movies were made by people who were at the minimum mildly passionate about them. Yeah. Put some sort effort into them. So they all deserve at least one viewing. Yep that's what we're here for that is absolutely what we're here for. So we have devised a rating system to dig through the lawman. Genius fucking rating system my friend to dictate a large pile of shit in hopes to find that Golden Nugget. Yes. Now, our rating system is an anniversary in system based on Shit emojis absolutely one, three, five, one being the best five being worse. Now, here are the. Descriptions of the rating system. One, out of five kit emojis those are the new classics into the best of the worst and the ones that are so bad. They're good. Yup. You'll get endless hours of enjoyment under these and you'll watch them over and over. To edify should emojis are almost as bad as the ones but not enough work counts. Watch these only with friends who are really into shitty movies. which if you're like us, you have a lot of those. Yes. Movies in this category are best watch with a group of like to riff or play a drinking game both are fun, and he is not lying folks. It is an absolute blast to have drinking games and rip on Shitty horror movies with your friends. Are. Playing the mustache game. What's the mustache in the mustache? No. Not a mustache ride game sick mother fuckers L. Mustafa Shoe. What you do is you actually cut a mustache piece of paper or you can just create one Kremlin ofo per one. Cut It out and you stick it on a random spot on the screen use a large TV because it makes it a little makes the game a little harder and little. Funny. and then every time a characters face lines up perfectly with the mustache. Everybody takes a drink. It's a lot of fun. It is a lot of fun and of course you can add your own rules. Some people say that okay animals count animals don't count and then you can add like certain degrees of how close it matches it. All depends on what you in the crowd are planet. Feel. But that's right the ton of fun. Don't be pussies. Three hundred five should emojis. You'll watch it only have nothing better to do but prepared to drink heavily while watching though. Alcohol may not be enough and you may WANNA get some conditional like some sticky icky yet little Jamaican, gold as right lil little Jamaicans lamb wool. Shit emojis. Who'll boy his worst starts to hurt? Yeah. These are the ones that they're so strange you'll to want to see him but not more than once and you're gonna WanNa bring friends because you want them to share in your fucking misery. Specially those who have wronged you or you money and you want to make them suffer right fuckers. Yeah pay pay up or wash. It s right. Five of the five who boy, the FICA Cadila. Matter. The worst of the worst the SANDPAPER GLOWNA yes. Handy Only brings special occasion. Let's say your friends are not adhering to social distancing fockers or. You're stuck in an apartment with your ex because broke.

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"corey jackson" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"corey jackson" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"A motorcyclist has died following a high speed crash in colonia the medical examiner says twenty four year old Corey Jackson died yesterday a day after his bike slammed into a van on Kunio road investigators say Jackson was speeding and overtaking several vehicles moments before the crash a woman who is writing on the bike with him remains hospitalized in extremely critical condition the holy firefighter is recovering after being injured in yesterday's massive house firing look Kiki he reportedly suffered a knee injury and was taken to a hospital in serious condition the fire broke out around four PM at a home near king novel and Victoria street it took crews nearly two hours to bring the fire under control city records show the home has been vacant for at least sixteen years and has been repeatedly cited for trash an overgrown brush. a three year old Molly girl is in the hospital after she was struck by a car driven by her eleven year old brother it happened last week in Hana. see their father asked the boy to move the car but he mistook the gas pedal for the break the girl was made it back to the hospital in critical condition but is expected to survive Molly police are investigating former deputy prosecutor Megan Connor was running from police top prosecuting job he made the announcement yesterday five months before the candidate filing period starts Karl worked as a deputy prosecutor from two thousand six to two thousand ten current prosecutor Keith Connie here remains unpaid leave well under investigation by the FBI from the news radio eight thirty cage speaks Musa there I'm Julie Norton Dennis. find more training local stories at KGH radio dot com Hey what's up Israeli from.

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"corey jackson" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"corey jackson" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Abuse in their home countries are watching family members raped or murdered the watchdog Reporters recommending greater access to mental health care in minimizing time children remain in refugee resettlement custody boxes Jerry helper in the state America this. trending now on news radio eight thirty K. H. B. H. I'm Jillian Norton Dennis a hurdle of firefighter was injured yesterday while battling a massive fire in an abandoned home in the Kiki he suffered an injury to his leg and was treated by paramedics then transported to a hospital in serious condition the two alarm fire was reported just after four PM at ten fifty one cannot street and twelve fire units with forty four firefighters responded it took them nearly two hours to bring the flames under control it was extinguished at six forty five PM city records show the home has been vacant for at least sixteen years and squatters were known to frequent the structure the cause of the fire has yet to be determined and the estimated damages are not available meanwhile ten fire units responded to a two alarm warehouse fire in Kailua yesterday the fire was reported at six oh three PM at nine OO five Kalanianaole Lee highway the first unit to writing saw black smoke emanating from full my crew long look he located in unit fifteen thirty five firefighters battled the flames and control the fire at six forty one PM it was extinguished at seven oh three PM no one was working at the time and no injuries were reported the cause of the fire an estimated damages are being determined a motorcyclist has died from his injuries after crashing his bike include dnia the whole of the medical examiner says twenty four year old Corey Jackson died yesterday a day after his bike slammed into a van on Kunio rolled this Gator say Jackson was speeding and overtaking several vehicles moments before the crash a woman who is writing on the bike remains hospitalized in extremely critical condition continues radio eight thirty cage beach news center I'm doing in order local and national news cage. radio dot com so.

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"corey jackson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"corey jackson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Corey you've got a great website. I want to promote this for you. It's to W E R, Casey quirks, quirks dot com. And really appreciate all you're doing Corey Jackson. Thanks for joining us this morning on the morning show out here on the coast, right, basically. All right there. He goes on K as if oh. I'm Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken Loans, America's premier home purchase lender. Today's fluctuating interest rates can leave you with unexpected higher mortgage payments at Quicken Loans. We've created a new way to protect you from unpredictable interest rates. So you can buy a home with certainty. It's called rate shield, and here's how it works with rate shield. You can lock your interest rate while you shop for a new home. So if rates go up, you don't have to worry. And here's the best part. If rates go down you get the lower rate with rate shield, we really have you covered. Here are more reasons why you wanna work with America's largest mortgage lender for nine years in a row now Jd power has ranked Quicken Loans highest in the nation in customer satisfaction for primary mortgage origination. And for the fifth year in a row, they've also ranked us highest in the nation for mortgage servicing rate shield, another way, we can save you money on your mortgage. Call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com based on rocket mortgage dated in comparison to public data records ritual approval only balance thirty transactions. Call for cost information and conditions. Equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states animals number thirty thirty. Digital conditions. Are exclusions may apply. Let's see. You. Just bought a house. Bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. You probably multiple on anybody noticed, you mow the lawn told people to stay off the long compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complain about having to mow the lawn again, good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance. Which of course, we'll go right into the lawn. Progressive.

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"corey jackson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:17 min | 3 years ago

"corey jackson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And Katie green on talk radio five sixty K s I've been looking forward to talking to this guy for the last couple of days. This is Corey Jackson. Corey Jackson former NFL player with the Browns. And the Broncos went to the university of Nevada Reno and he has an organization that he's put together called quirks. Q W E R K e it helps among other things athletes professional athletes with their money. Hey, Cory, thanks for joining us on ks. Afo? How are you? Right. Well, listen, I've always been fascinated by the fact that you have so many of these guys in the NFL in the NBA in professional sports at large who are making all this money as young talented men, but they have no idea how to manage their money and just a few years out of the biz so to speak. They are broke. Obviously, this is concerned you too. Yeah. So so there's been issues with athletes and money over the years. I start all bystanders athletes have gotten a lot smarter. We use a lot of the same. Information and data when it comes to percentages and things of that happening. But a lot of that stuff is dated seventy percent, and you know, the divorce rate and things like that. You can go like ten years, and it's they're saying the same thing. Right. So no one's polling me and our guys and things like that. I ever there has been a problem. I think one of the things that happened with the athlete is especially when he goes the football a lot of uncertainty because there's a lot of uncertainty sometimes you can mismanage misappropriate your money. Let you have more than what you have. Or you have more time to stimulate more money than you have. Yes. And that makes a lot of sense because you're right. The average what does the average NFL career last probably three years at the most the average career. Yeah. Three years is that and so in that amount of time here thinking you're going to play ten years twelve years. So you start spending improperly this. This could happen to any young guy or any young gal for that matter who comes into a lot of money early in life. Right. Yeah. Absolutely. So what happens is you have these different groups of guys, right? You have the ultra superstar guys will make dollars. And then you have everyone else pretty much that are making smaller salaries. Oh, really example, my rookie year apple making go around three hundred thousand I had a teammate that that was one game. Check. And so you're kind of mixed up in this. Like the different schools of economics. And sometimes you can get confused by doing some of the things that the other guys are doing trying to actually that they may be able to afford to do and you may not be to be able to afford to do. A lot of that played the part. But what are the things that we're saying with my company is really focus on the wealth creation and accumulate shaven. How do you actually create because we don't get taught better that you guys are gonna make mistakes when money is going to happen. But what do you do like if it's is it over you is that right? Like once you your career, and you you've made mistakes with money. Can you not be super successful? And the answer is absolutely. Yes. You can't be successful. And there's things you can do. And so we really focus on connecting those athletes with companies and brands and entrepreneurial endeavors that's going to help them become successful laid on a like that is really important because there's so much value. And that experience of being an athlete, and so we look at that intrinsic value. And you say, let's nurturing that's extracted. That's an internal audit injected into those companies that brand so that we can create even more opportunity. I liked that Corey Jackson with us. Former football player Broncos Brown's the new businesses called quirks K, excuse me, Q W E R K Z. I like your story because you're a guy who went to the university Nevada Reno on a basketball scholarship, you had an opportunity during your college years to go overseas to play pro basketball. But you thought completing your degree was more important, correct? Yeah. Absolutely. I definitely wanted to complete my degree. It was it was twofold. I wanted to complete my degree because I was told that I have one right? I wasn't going to be capable of going to college and get a degree. So I really wanted to do that. And the other one other part of that was I wasn't ads excited about what overseas because my nature told me that I wanted to play at the highest level, and I believe and fortunately, that's what I got opportunity to play on the football team. Let's me. And so it was kind of my my my. Goal is to finish that degree. And then also my genetic makeup if I'm the tally said, hey. Cory. I I'm I'm a sucker for last chance you I love that program on net flicks. But what I see? So oftentimes with these kids who are trying to go to college to play football because they're ultimately goal is to play in the NFL. So many times you get the entire family banking on this kid to make it in the NFL and talk to us about that type of pressure. And and what do you think about that? Yeah. It's definitely a lot of pressure. I think that when you look at. Certain circumstances opportunities are few and far between when you see someone have opportunity to make it it really makes the whole savvy was support somebody. But that's going through. That is done the midst pressure, right? And it's very difficult because if you make a mistake, you don't make it, you know, it's hard to, you know, make it through that type of precious. But I think it also can be good, right? Because it can do for me. Anyway, it lot me. And I was so locked in. If I'm being a hundred percent, honest. I wasn't excited about school like in not. Because like I thought school was that. This wasn't good at it. Right. Like, I wasn't good at school. And I wasn't that excited about it. But I was really a great athlete. And so that was something that I would have a degree of. And that was something that was good. They came out of it forced me to push my limits, academically intellectually so that I can grow and get better. But see the thing that's different about you. You you really created a backup plan for yourself. Because while you're NFL career was very real. It was like so many short lives, and you were able to turn that around to create a business. So there's there's a lot going between your ears at the end of the day. Yeah. Absolutely. I think what happens to some of us at a lot of my friends did the same thing kind of your entry point into the league. And you start to see like like my first year in the league. Was off day was Tuesday. And I was out one of my good friends being a player Alabama, very long time. But he's going to buy he was born about Trump advocate, and we're hanging out in these. Oh, cool. All the way to go Trump. He had a fall. It was problem facility. They actually call it. Hey, bring your playbook that you go. Whoa. That's a real life experience. Right. So that made a lot of us think differently about what we need to do. 'cause 'cause I was so unsecure. And so I think when you sometimes when you get a a lot of money upfront, you'd know that you have a certain amount of security. So you may not think so much about train yourself from a business standpoint, right, then, but for us, how we were it made us think that way, that's my friend, and he's doing all..

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"corey jackson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"corey jackson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Fix our immigration system. Once and for all the recent weeks, we've seen a surge of unaccompanied children arrive at the border brought here and to other countries by smugglers, and traffickers the journey is unbelievably dangerous for these kids. The children who are fortunate enough to survive it will be taken care of while they go through the legal process. But in most cases that process. Will lead to them being sent back home. There you go. There you go. We have that particular quote up on our Facebook, people are sharing it like crazy. Explain what's going on. So I took that quote, and I put right before I who said it and then posted the quote, and you can click either Donald Trump or Barack Obama. And then I put the actual link to the video in the comments and people are just sharing it because a lot of people are clicking Trump because they don't know. And then you scroll down to the comments Barack Obama on immigration from June fourteenth. Good. Good good. All right. And they go to our Facebook page by Facebook dot com slash five sixty K SFO. It's also been tweeted Twitter dot com slash five sixty casts about super simple. We got a great guest coming up in just a moment. But Gary joins us out of San Jose. Gary good morning, you're on KABC pogo head pleased, thirsty Thursday. Good morning, thirsty Brian at all. And I just I just wanted to this. This came to me like like lightning. You know? I think that the press and media have fully taking control of the Democratic Party. You think about that? We've always been frustrated for years that was the other way around that the Democrats are influencing the press. But I really think it's the other way around. I think that the press has always been this way. And we finally have a president who has an innate instinct to take it on. And he takes what what are your thoughts on that? Yeah. He's challenging them to the point where they've never been challenged before. I never dreamed of for example, NBC, I think NBC that's the most dishonest news organization in the history of news. I mean, he said something like that three minutes ago Levitt. Yup. Yeah. You're right. Gary out of San Jose. You know, what to do buddy? Thanks for checking in take care guys. All right. I listen. I I mean, I know news to me I worked in the news business for years and years, TV wise. I I know I know how the sausage is made Trump is actually very very is spot on coming up. You got to hear this. I I've always as you know for this show. I've always been kind of amazed saddened just a myriad of emotions regarding all these guys in pro sports who have all this money. And then I think in the case of football three and a half years later there broke nothing to show for it. Corey jackson. Former NFL athlete. Helps athletes in the way they do business. He's gonna be with us next. We're going to talk about that. Plus right now, Katie gray would traffic.

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"corey jackson" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

05:42 min | 3 years ago

"corey jackson" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Pumpkin seeds hemp seeds. Soybeans winter squash and ground oregano or the other good sources, the body functions. Best when you eat a four to one ratio of a mega six and a mega threes fat. It's good for you. Back on think America with Terry. Gilbert Bryson, what did you think of the interview on the athletic prowess of the students in college, and they're not paid their do worth or value is Corey Jackson just said it was good to get things from a person who has been in that kind of situations perspective, but I do feel that the education that student athletes get while they're attending college is a good trade off for the time that they spend doing their student athlete duties as. What of Martina your thoughts? Speaking a college. Professor, I would agree with what Corey said universities. Do not spend enough time helping with career issues with athletes, and there is a quite a bit of an investment of time with the athletes. Concentrating on their athletic ability, rather than scholarship. So what is the school for is that for academics? Or is it for sports? I think it comes down to that. This issue isn't leaving. I'm glad we got him on the air. Let's switch gears though, guys. There's an old saying that says the bureaucracy always wins the bureaucracy always wins, it appears true with corporations and with federal agencies. The for example, can call a mudhole the waters of the United States. And if they make rules about the mudhole, they are the arbitrator of win that law or that rule about the mudhole is broken. Even the president is not immune from agency interpretations. So the agencies themselves or these bureaucracies at the federal level create the rules without any public. Input without input of a court. When cases go to court, the court goes back to the agency and says, well, you have a regulation on it. Therefore, they're the arbiter and not the court and not the public Martina your take. You know, it's a concept of who regulates the regulators, and it's the regulators to regulate the regulators. So it's that's the definition of bureaucracy. And this happened to a friend of mine that owns a ranch in Colorado, they deemed a waterhole out in the backyard as a wetland and under the auspices of the EPA, it's ridiculous. I really feel like they operate on the understanding that they're only accountable to themselves. And so they don't really seem to be bothered by how their actions affect the people around them. They only go by their rules, and they'll play by them when they so choose there are several cases on this which has fueled a growth explosive growth, even in the power of executive branch agencies to be the judge the jury and punishment to those who break their laws. They don't. Monitor for themselves. They're this large executive branch estate if you will with EPA just being one example, but there's other branches of this. They have some freedom control. All started kind of back in the Woodrow Wilson administration. But then rulings at the supreme court seem to bolster up the largess of the administrative state. Now, there is a case called Kaiser and Wilkie it's a veteran's benefit case, and it involves a marine seeking retroactive benefits for his PTSD, and it hinges on the V A's interpretation of one word and the word is relevant. Whether something was relevant in playable federal regulations is what this case hinged on in the man's petition for the supreme court review. He submitted two questions for the for the court. And the court agreed to review whether the court should rule prior overrule prior cases at or not. So at all got into the woods spry Bryson, the VA interpreted for their part its own regulation in Kaiser that the documents on his PT SD were not relevant to a prior request that he had and therefore he took it all the way supreme court now he might win. But it's all this kind of micro managing of their own offices their own bureaucracy. And in this case he could win he could not win. But it hinges on PTSD treatments and help for this particular. A vet? How do you look at all of that? Don't you think it's high time that the supreme court really take this case, and sort of overthrow all these back other cases and be a the judge over the administrative state. This was probably the most interesting cases that this room court is focused on in quite a while because this one if they ruled in favor of Kaiser, it could definitely shakeup foundation of how many of the executive bureaucracies function and how they operate because it takes a.

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"corey jackson" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

09:20 min | 3 years ago

"corey jackson" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Want to turn our attention now to the issue of college athletes being exploited when they go to college and all the demands on them with regard to their sports training and their sports execution. Is there a fair way to pay college athletes for their labor, and what is the NC double A have to say about paying athletes with regard to hurting their education or helping their education? Corey Jackson is a former NFL athlete who played for the Cleveland Browns and the Denver Broncos. He is presently the CEO of quirks, which is a platform that is changing the way athletes do business Corey so nice to have you on think. America. Welcome to the show. All right. Let's talk first and foremost, do you think you were exploited when you were playing sports in college, and you're paid as an NFL player. And do you think kids are kids? I'll talk to them as kids because some of them are seventeen and eighteen when they enter college are being exploited today at the college level for college athletics. So I always look at things appear valuable exchange. Right. And when we go to college scholarship, it often us, obviously education degree, and that's great. I think that's a that's a great opportunity. However, when you look at what's being generated a created off the backs of the athlete. You have to ask yourself. The question is this value exchange, which I did you have a a cold at Clemson university. Mccain over two million dollars a year, right and coaches. Assistant coach a head coach. So you have all of this money being generated you talking about. If you. Dollar industry, and I get education that maybe acquitted of seventy thousand dollars like that to me is completely unfair. No way you should be able to justify that. All right. You said at the top value to value. You get a college degree, you get an education, and that degree which has value and the school gets your athletic prowess, and hopefully winning football. All right. Do you think that's a fair value to valley, you mentioned the coach, but let's leave him out of that for just a sec. Absolutely not. They're getting more than just your after the crowd is getting your image or likeness, everything is generated from you as an individual bay on that, right? And so they're getting everything from you. And you get a degree which is relevant to the to the ability to actually go out and get a job. Like does not even guarantee that you're gonna get a really good career. You know, that's just something saying, hey can help you with bands furthering, your your your professional career. But it doesn't college athletes shouldn't sign that contract. They may be said I'll just play ends little scrimmages with the dorm or my athletic career is over at high school. I'm here to get an education which can lead to a good job. Maybe they shouldn't sign that. Babatunde mold Abby wants to play sport. Because they love the sport today. And they also want to be able to at some point opportunity play as a professional athlete, which is amazing opportunity to do. So I think when you look at it because there's no Carragee I'm putting my body. My time my energy family, all of those things at stake. And I am going to get an education. But when you look at what I'm generating what the code from the totality of the situation. What generating for? Aa Indies university is not even a drop in the bucket. Well, there's no question Corey it's big business, and they make a lot of money. How can you play? How can you pay an assistant coach Clemson two hundred million dollars? If that's not big business. However, what do you think would be the fairway then to get value for value? You say that it's not fair. I say it's hard to measure because there's so many variables. And and yet there are folks that proffer fair ways of doing this. What would those characteristics? Yeah. I think it is a fair way to do it. I think I'm thinking is not as is people like so. When you look at what the university's actually making generating. I think a percentage of accident Goto the athletes, and I think you decide on what percentage should be based upon. Athlete. What they're they're generally didn't that year. Right. And I think that's the civil way to do it. I think that because Abby guate- get endorsement deals deals. They in a lot of you can't even started YouTube channel and talk about sport they play because the NC double layered shut them down. And so they have no freedom that staying so I think it's just paying them a percentage of what they're generating. And I think they deserve that. Well, in your case, you're a former NFL athlete you played for the Cleveland Browns and the Denver Broncos. So chances are what you did in college was valuable enough to launch you to the NFL. I realized with some guy a gals guys and gals for that matter. They don't have the brakes depending on what school they go to. So in your case, you were able to bounce off that t- up in college to get you into the pros. Doing farm between. I played division one football and basketball starting out for the basketball team. And I played a lot as well. And so for me that was unique situation most athletes that play and give their time and energy. Are not gonna go pro. And a lotta times athlete how the elite talent. But it's just not enough spots. You know, you only going to have so many that can go. And so I think that because athletes are not necessarily banking on that being all to be off. I think you know, compensating them in a way that makes sense 'cause they generate as much revenue it almost as much revenue as the NFL like Bill generating so much revenue. They just not getting paid for. I think you're right. I think you're right. I'm not sure it's going to change anytime soon. Although I will mention that there is a federal judge. That is looking at a case, I believe it's an Oakland about this, very matter. How do you think that's going to pan out? I don't know how that particular pan out. But I do believe at some point it's going to change, and it's going to have to change becoming increasingly more difficult to to justify not doing it. And I think that case doesn't do it it it'll be another one. Eventually going to happen. Like, I said over time to just after the boss, it has to happen to this has been going on for a very long time and getting closer and closer to the time for it to actually come to a resolution. All right. So you don't think it's fair that top college sports programs can make a fortune, and I gotta give it to you. They do they make a fortune on student, athletes and only reward them with a scholarship. I think the other argument can be made that for most of them not people like you who have gone onto the NFL. But most of them the scholarship is their reward. Final thoughts. Yeah. I disagree. And here's what right. So so my company course, we work with athletes directly, right, athletes, collegiate athlete, former athlete and right now, we're getting influx of college athletes student athletes that are going into they last semester school. And they're contacting us to help them find employment, and what that says the universities themselves are not doing a whole lot. They help them transition into their professional career after college. Right. And that may be because the college placement for careers might be thin and they've put all their eggs in the sports basket anyway. And then they won't be drafted. I I understand that it is an issue for the school as well. We need to lead there. This is a huge topic. I agree that it is getting the eyeballs of federal judges. And there will be some resolves in certain cases on this in the near future, your terrific to talk.

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05:09 min | 3 years ago

"corey jackson" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Their do worth or value is Corey Jackson just said, it was good to get things from a person who has been in that kind of situations perspective, but I do feel that the education that student athletes get while they're attending college is a good trade off for the time that they spend doing their student athlete duties as. Martina your thoughts. Yeah. Speaking as a college professor, I would agree with what Corey said, universities, do not spend enough time helping with career issues with athletes, and there is a quite a bit of an investment of time with the athletes. Concentrating on their athletic ability rather than scholarships. So what is the school for is that for academics? Or is it for sports? I think it comes down to that. This issue isn't leaving. I'm glad we got him on the air. Let's switch gears though, guys. There's an old saying that says the bureaucracy always wins the bureaucracy always wins, it appears true with corporations and with federal agencies. The for example. Can call mudhole the waters of the United States. And if they make rules about the mudhole, they are the arbitrator of win that law or that rule about the mudhole is broken. Even the president is not immune from agency interpretations. So the agencies themselves or these bureaucracies at the federal level create the rules without any public input without input of a court. When cases go to court, the court goes back to the agency and says, well, you have a regulation on it. Therefore, they're the arbiter and not the court and not the public Martina your take. You know, it's a concept of who regulates the regulators, and it's the regulators to regulate the regulators. So it's that's the definition of bureaucracy. And this happened to a friend of mine that owns a ranch in Colorado. They deemed out a waterhole out in the backyard as a wetlands and under the auspices of the EPA, it's ridiculous. I really feel like they operate on the that they are only accountable to themselves. And so they don't really seem to be bothered by how their actions affect the people around them. They only go by their rules, and they'll play by them when they so choose there are several cases on this which has fueled a gross explosive growth, even in the power of executive branch agencies to be the judge the jury and punishment to those who break their laws. They don't. Monitor for themselves. They're this large executive branch estate. If you will with EPA just being one example, but there's other branches of this. They have some cream control. All started kind of back in the Woodrow Wilson administration. But then rulings at the supreme court seemed to bolster up the largess of the administrative state. Now, there is a case called Kaiser Wilkie, it's a veteran's benefit case, and it involves the marine seeking retroactive benefits or his PTSD, and it hinges on the VA's interpretation of one word and the word is relevant. Whether something was relevant in applicable federal regulations is what this case hinged on in the man's petition for the supreme court review. He submitted two questions for the for the court. And the court agreed to review whether the court should rule prior overrule prior cases or not so at all got into the woods Bri. Bryson the VA interpreted for their part its own regulation in Kaiser that the documents on his P T S D were not relevant to a prior request that he had and therefore he took it all the way the supreme court now he might win. But it's all this kind of micromanaging of their own offices their own bureaucracy. And in this case he could win he could not win, but it hinges on PTSD treatments and help for this particular event. How do you look at all of that? Don't you think it's high time that the supreme court really take this case, and sort of overthrow all these back other cases and be a the. Judge over the administrative state. This was probably one was interesting cases that this room court is focused on in quite a while because this one if they ruled in favor of Kaiser could definitely shakeup foundation of how many of the executive bureaucracies function and how they operate because it.

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Liberty Talk FM

09:10 min | 3 years ago

"corey jackson" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"With regard to their sports training and their sports execution. Is there a fair way to pay college athletes for their labor, and what is the NC double A have to say about paying athletes with regard to hurting their education or helping their education? Corey Jackson is a former NFL athlete who played for the Cleveland Browns and the Denver Broncos. He is presently the CEO of quirks, which is a platform that is changing the way athletes do business Corey so nice to have you on think. America. Welcome to the show. All right. Let's talk first and foremost, do you think you were exploited when you were playing sports in college, and you're paid as an NFL player. And do you think kids are kids? I'll talk to them as kids 'cause some of them are seventeen and eighteen when they enter college are being exploited today at the college level for college athletics. So I always look at things up their value for badger exchange. Right. And we're college scholarship offers us, obviously education degree, and that's great. I think that's a great opportunity. However, when you look at what's being generated a created off the backs of the athlete. You have to ask yourself. The question is fair value change, which I think is is you have a cold at Clemson university. Over two million dollars a year, right and coaches. Assistant coach not a head coach sprays. And so you have all of this money being generated you talking about the issue AA dollar industry, and I get education that may be acquitted of seventy thousand dollars like that to me is completely unfair. Like, there's no way you should be able to justify that. All right. You said at the top value to value. You get a college degree, you get an education, and that degree which has value and the school gets your athletic prowess, and hopefully winning football. All right. Do you think that's a fair value to valley, you mentioned the coach? But let's leave him out of that for just a second. Absolutely not. They're getting more than just your. You're getting your image or likeness, everything is generated from you at the individual on that right? They getting everything from you. And you get a degree which is relevant to the to the ability to actually go out and get a job. Like does not even guarantee that you're going to get a really good career. You know, that's something. They're saying, hey can help you with furthering your your your professional career? But it doesn't college athletes shouldn't sign that contract. They may be said I'll just play a little scrimmages with the dorm or my athletic career is over at high school. I'm here to get an education which can lead to a good job. Maybe they shouldn't sign that. Opportunity mole. He wanted to play sport. They love the sport today play. And they also want to be able to at some point opportunity play as a professional athlete amazing opportunity to do. So I think when you look at it because there's no guaranteed. I'm quitting my body. My time my energy family. All of those things at state, and I am going to get an education. But when you look at what I'm generating and what told from the hotel. Palliatives wasting what is generating for these university. Not even a drop in the bucket. Well, there's no question Corey, it's big business. And they make a lot of money. How can you play? How can you pay an assistant coach at Clemson two hundred million dollars? If they it's not big business. However, what do you think would be the fairway then to get value for value? You say that it's not fair. I say it's hard to measure because there's so many variables. And and yet there are folks that proffer fair ways of doing this. What would those characteristic expe-? Yeah. I think it is a fair way to think. People like you look at what the university's actually making. They're generating. I think a percentage of that go to the app. And I think you decide on you know. Percentage should be on. Athlete what they're generally didn't that year. Right. And I think that's the civil way to do it. I think that because Afrique guate- get endorsement deals but can't do ill. In a lotta abdicating started a YouTube channel and talk about the sport they play because if he w settle down, and so they have no freedom that these things. So I think it's just paying them a percentage of what they're generating. And I think they deserve that. Well, in your case, you're a former NFL athlete you played for the Cleveland Browns and the Denver Broncos. So chances are what you did in college was valuable enough to launch you to the NFL. I realized with some guy a gals a guys and gals for that matter. They don't have the brakes depending upon what school they go to. So in your case, you were able to bounce off that t- up in college to get you into the pros. Yeah. I think it's. Doing Wayne I played division. One football and basketball started out for the basketball team. And I played. A lot as well. And so for me that was a unique situation most athletes that play and give their time and energy are not gonna go pro. And a lotta times athlete believed the talent. But it's just not enough spots. You know, like you only have so many that can go. And so I think that because athletes are not necessarily banking on that being all to be off. I think you know, compensating them in a way that makes sense because they generate as much revenue it almost as much revenue as. Jerry. So but revenue they just not getting paid for. I think you're right. I think you're right. I'm not sure it's going to change anytime soon. Although I will mention that there is a federal judge. That is looking at a case, I believe it's an Oakland about this, very matter. How do you think that's going to pan out? Yeah. I don't know how that particular pan out. But I do believe at some point it's going to change, and it's going to have to change becoming increasingly more difficult to to justify that it. And I think that. Case doesn't do it it. It'll be another one in eventually going to happen. Like, I say over time to just after the ball. It has to happen. This has been going on for a very long time and into getting closer and closer to the time for it to actually come to a resolution. All right. So you don't think it's fair that top college sports programs can make a fortune, and I gotta give it to you. They do they make a fortune on student, athletes and only reward them with a scholarship. I think the other argument can be made that for most of them not people like you who have gone onto the NFL. But most of them the scholarship is their reward. Final thoughts. Yeah. I disagree. And here's what right. So so my company course, we work with athletes directly right out, the comedian former athlete and right now, we're giving an influx of cottage athletes student athletes going into the last semester school, and they're contacting us to help them find employment, and what that says is the universities themselves are not doing a whole lot. They haven't solved the model that help them transition into their professional career after college. Right. And that may be because the college placement for careers might be thin and they've put all their eggs in the sports basket anyway. And then they won't be drafted. I I understand that it is an issue for the school as well. We need to lead the there. This is a huge topic. I agree that it is getting the eyeballs of federal judges. And there will be some resolves in certain cases on this in the near future. You're terrific.

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10:13 min | 3 years ago

"corey jackson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Get a piece of paper, and I do have to work that piece of paper into that. I don't know. I'm going to get a job. That's Corey Jackson who was with us. He's a former NFL athlete who played for the Browns and Broncos and CEO of a company that helps athletes and companies find each other. They're out. They've they've given you know everything their lives to play a game because they believed in it. David encouraged from a very young age. And and just so you understand there are college recruiters that are looking at nine and ten year olds and some areas of the country and trying to get them to think about their school after they get through high school. It's a business. Let's not let's not pretend that they're college athletes. They don't care about their academics. They're there to win. So don't don't give me this crap about seventy four thousand dollar education. Yeah. Okay. But most of the time that education is pushed through so it doesn't interfere with her ability to play on the court or the field. There are exceptions. And that's wonderful stories when they happen. I love to hear about these kids with four point win in the national championship. But that's not the that's not the norm. The norm is most of these kids come from very disparate and desperate backgrounds and this is their way out and they're not giving a dime. They give everything they have their bodies. And sometimes their bodies erect. Sometimes they make it to the NFL, but most, but they go on that dream, and they should be compensated for what they're giving these universe. And it's you know, I mean, the financial faucet just flows freely to the NC double A without any sort of, you know, compensation for these for these players. I'm not saying they should get all the money or even when professional athletes are making. But to put something like that's not how things are done. And they're amateurs as not making amateur money off of these kids financial faucet flows freely. That was good. Stumble. I look at that Danny in San Jose. That's Nikki, I'm Chitra Keijo. So if you were the parent of a child who had this amazing ability, would you ask for recompense? You know, what here's what I would do if I had the money. I would look at the NCAA, and I would say is this a violation of the antitrust act because they have formed a group of all these different colleges. And they said this is what they can do. It's called direction and control. I'm not a lawyer. But I'm thinking there's something really wrong here. Well, just for me these kids Latino endorse shoes or something that's not gonna take any any time out of their day. They're practicing going to school or anything, but they would make something two points. Your first point is actually quite on point. Because that's what this was all about. There was a federal case this last fall, and it's on appeal that said that athletes could go out and endorse products. And you know, who stood in the way of them endorsing products, the NC double A because they said it would hurt their academics. They you know, I. They just don't want these kids get any money. The second point is you did you realize that congress actually passed a law that early part of the last century, which gave major league baseball antitrust exemption. They literally said it. Yeah. Baseball's antitrust exemption. So that's essentially saying you guys can screw over Kurtz would before Kurt slut and major league baseball. They owned you. If they if you are saying Louis cardinal, you couldn't leave ever unless they traded you and say. Today. These guys that go five years, they go to another city and good for them. They make a lot of money. I mean my. To make two hundred and fifty to two hundred eighty million dollar deal. Good for him. He's a he's a screw up in a in a not a great ball player. But if they're gonna pay it for him, basically baseball makes billions and billions in the NFL makes billions and billions of dollars. These young men should be participating in the in the profit share. That was a great point. Thank you so much eight hundred eighty eight ten how you do it. You can fall. I I just put something up on on Twitter about this. And the reaction, of course, is for people to follow me on Twitter is supportive. But I'm I understand what some of you are saying as like, you know, these are amateurs, but that's gone, man. That's amateurs, I mean, you they say that because it's college. They're they're professional only in the sense or they're only amateurs in the sense that they're not in a professional league as in the National Football League. For instance, the come on, Bob and union city. What do you think you think you have some thoughts on endorsement money, right? Well, yes, actually, I got two comments the first is that little grading when people bring a racial component into the argument. But the suggests that it would be okay. If it was only happening to white people, which admits it would still be wrong. But I let me here's why I bring it in because of the numbers. Okay. When you look at the number of African American athletes in the NBA and the NFL. Okay. And then you look at what they're getting paid and the time that they they devote their entire lives to get to the NFL, and they maybe last four or five years, and until recently before they were allowed to get this upfront money, and the contracts aren't guaranteed in the NFL, the they are like in baseball, which is predominantly not African American when they get there. They get injured they're done, and they got nothing and there, and you know, this if you've ever looked at this closely their academic degrees. They're basically worthless. They can hang. Them over a hole in the wall. And that's about it. They're not they're not encouraged. I'm sorry. The unique thing for for African Americans. When those two sports. That that happens to white athletes as well. I mean, again, predominant number of people playing division one, basketball, basketball and football African American they're their overwhelming majority. So you're saying the majority of athletes we need to concern ourselves with in those two sports. So we're not getting ourselves with the what's good for the majority. My point is that it's either right or it's wrong. There shouldn't be a color components thrown in here. Because. Need to be there. But no, but that would be that makes sense, except when you look around and you see the underrepresentation of African Americans in the corporate world today. I mean, we we that's all part. Parcel mixing things. Now, it's not the. No, I'm not mixing it, man. I I don't know what your life experiences are. But I've been close to this my whole life and experiences that I put myself through college by working part time outside of college. Nobody told me I couldn't do it. Because I was a was a college costs back then. How much did? Bob. How much does your college? How much is your college costs back then? Right back, then it was fairly cheap. I was paying. I was I had GI Bill, and I pay an I g I. We agree that it's it's extremely cost prohibitive for a lot of people in this country to pay for college out of their own pocket. So a lot of people see college scholarship as a lot of people say college scholarship is a way out of that. And then some people see their sports as a way out of that and to help their family, and when the college decided that you're not gonna get any of the millions upon billions of dollars. They're making off your hard work. It seems unfair and add to that most of those people are people of color, then you might want to bring the race thing into it. Because maybe if the problem only affected white people, this wouldn't be a problem at all know that might be it might not be. But you don't know that there's tons of social research everything I agree with everything you've said except the color component. Because it doesn't need to be there. It's either right or it's wrong. I agree with that one. Desperate. Fortunately affects people of color. You can't ignore it. You can't say it doesn't matter at all. You see what I'm saying? But it does disproportionately affect people of color. That's a fact if you look at the number of people does it disproportionately affect people who have are in a low income group. I mean, you could talk about the systemic problem of why people of color are in the low income group more than other people. But then we leave he's talking about history and problems in our American history. Not just give these people that money that they worked so hard for there could be a step in the right direction. I'm Jay if you go on if you go if you go and you'll find there are plenty of studies that have been done talking about people of color, not just talking about African American, but also Latina and Latino that apply for jobs this important. This is all part and parcel. I agree with cocaine. I agree with you that it disproportionately affects certain groups. However that doesn't matter about whether or not it's right or wrong. Now, my other point that I wanted to make is, you know, clearly, the the attitude that you know, what it's going to affect their academics is hypocritical. Because if these people are so interested in academics, they could set rules saying that we have to limit the amount of time spent on practices we have to limit the. Amount of time flying around the country to play in games, we have to limit the amount of time required to spend the nays him. So that academic to be addressed. And they don't wanna do that. Well, you know, and I think we totally agree on that. And I think that the problem is is that the that's where the alarm has so much pressure in power. They wanna see their school when they throw money at the program. They get what they want. But thanks for the call, man. Always fun. So yeah, I mean, I I want to tell you give you an idea exactly when we're talking about race. And I only bring the race in because it's so glaringly obvious that it's part of it. You can't ignore it. And you hear African American families talk about this just pay them. How about this just endorsements? How about that? Because he could probably make more into the problem with endorsements is, well, I'll tell you what the problem with endorsements is coming up next on Keijo Franklin.

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09:17 min | 3 years ago

"corey jackson" Discussed on KGO 810

"With this incredible promises incredible future. All it is is is a tornado CO or in the case of a kid in high school is a good friend of apparent. I know his parents really well, and he had a college scholarship to go to Rutgers not division. One powerhouse earning play football. But he his newest so bad. He almost lost his leg. Oh my goodness. Football playing football. So look at this. And I think to myself these kids are working their employees for billion dollar corporation called the NC double A. That's what they are. And what the NC double A's argument against then being able to not just get paid. But some of them are they just wanna do endorsements and people would love it. Let him doors shoes and your NCWA says I love it they go. Well, it might hurt their academics. Right. Yeah. You guys you're paying how much is early one all the money. They don't want to share it. And how much is urban Meyer. Getting God what tens of millions of dollars a year plus two commercials plus appearances in movies. I think again, some of you won't like this phrase. But since most of these kids are African American it's a freaking plantation. It's like the NFL. These are why these are mostly white people telling black people what they can do for money. And was amazing control over their lives. And if they are lucky enough to get to the NFL and be a star maybe five years and then everybody assumes, they're they're they're set for life. And in some cases, they do. Well, but then we're forgetting about CTE and other come into play as well. Corey Jackson is a former NFL player who played with the Browns and the Broncos in the CEO of a company called courts a corks excuse me. It's platform. That's I think it's really remarkable insight into athletes, and the what we're talking about here. The business of playing in the NC double A and B denied that accord. Thanks for being with us. It's Chipper Nikki. How are you? Bunch of things here. You know, we I love to talk NFL forever. We could start with Nick can do that for ten hours. But let's start first with the players these kids in the NC, double A. We're all going to be watching them next Monday night biggest stage of their lives, and unlike basketball, these these kids are lies have already really been impacted physically. Some of them are going to have injuries that they will deal with forever. And they've been playing since pop Warner why first of for what happened last fall with that case in Oakland came before a federal judge, I believe it was a federal judge about whether or not the NC double A continue this relationship with amateur athletes by not paying them. Yeah. Yeah. I think. One of the things that I see. Aa is really all about athlete. And do it at all costs rates when you look at how things shake out for athlete student athlete. There's so much right? So much word so much blood, sweat, and tears and at end of the day. I look at it. Little value for value exchange. Right. The one giving now in what you're receiving am. I receiving the equal back, right? When you see two billion dollar corporation universities making millions and millions of dollars in it. I get a piece of paper, and I do have to work for that piece of paper at the end of that. I don't know. I'm even going to get a job, right? Like a lot of those athletes are not getting jobs and careers university tonight open them, and the I know that is because they come to us. They come to us for us to help them buy those those career paths and those things they're looking for. They can be successful later on in life. You know, this is Corey in the truth that in the NBA, you're not even allowed to have financial assistance. I mean, like, you can't have a financial adviser help you in your your junior senior year when you're talking about your possibilities NCWA. I mean, it seems to me like it's more than just them trying not to have to dole money out, it, it almost seems something like that. They were they resented so much. They wanna punish these young men. They want control over. They want the control award. That's what it comes down to is control. Right. They they wanna be a control, and they want you to depend on them. They want to ask me to feel like they're getting done a favor. But you gotta think from a business perspective once you empower to athlete than where to stop for them. Right. So so the. Very aware that they're saying knowing their power you guys because wants me apart and. And they really understand what their real value is going to be harder. I controlled do you. Remember did you suffer any injuries in college plan? Not not serious injuries. So I was I was fortunate in that way. But I, you know, just the basics. Yeah. Anything like that? Because I mean, we're we're obviously, you know, I know a handful of a former NFL players, and you know, they worry about CD. They also again you at that moment in your life, your young man, there's a lot of money coming your way. And you know, a lot of these young men make mistakes, and then they don't have any money when they're out, and and then they're not encouraged to take difficult classes in college. I know this for cofactor friends of my son was brilliant kid, and he wanted to play golf, and the golf guy said you can't major in an e electrical engineering and play for me. I mean, that's just wrong. Yeah. I mean, it has been very clear when you get so I played division one, football and basketball. And so when you get on campus. Do you know like what's your therefore? Right. What takes precedent? And so, you know, school two secondary. One hundred percent is secondary. A really that's what led me to start the company because you work with those. I have experienced and over me having my own personal experience. I learned that you know, our job is to help the market plan, understand athletes, intrinsic value. We help them nurse that we try them out and promote and market into those can. They can still valuable because a lotta times athletes, you're talking about what they're playing a lot of people assuming the athletes are not as valuable anymore. And we say, no, that's not the case. There's a lot of value created expansive and debate that you have in your genetic makeup. Ed. The thing that you do. There that you can add to companies and brands, and you can get paid very well for that. I interviewed Alan Iverson wants. And he said that an NBA executive told him he goes, look, do you want to have friends or do you wanna have money because you can't have both and his kids that he grew up with his whole life. You guys have great example of a dude got his life back together after you know, hitting rock bottom, and there's a lot of young people like that. And they're young. I mean, you know, ten years in the league, and they're only thirty two I mean. The they don't understand when someone tells you to be your friends. Good. Good. The people that you grown up with. And you know, and you know, that you could be probably paying situations. You didn't have a certain amount of talent those what people tell you leave. Those don't understand is. Very easily. I'll tell you like, let's help empower those guys. Right. Change the dynamic but their lives because now they have more guy. They see how they add value to the world. Just power. And so what happens is, I leave all my friends, right? And I'm planning on making money into something happened the league spitting chew me up. And spit me out. I go, right. Not only that not only do you not have friends you've given up the honor and integrity that was part of you for this for this this this. I think got a cool website, it's quirks. But it's spell Q U E R T, Z dot com and people's check it out. It's a really interesting you kind of go through, and it's a it's a cool rabbit hole to go into and to see what you guys are up to corporal, do it again real soon. I really appreciate your time. Thank you so much. Thank you again. Quirks episode IRA. It's Q U E R KT, z dot com. Check it out. It's really neat. I I to ask start you guys. So when when you hear about? NFL or NBA? Let's just talk about those two right now. And you are they do they deserve to get paid. And do you see any downside of that? Because I'll tell you what the I'll tell you what the NCWA says. But I mean would that change the game for you watching if you get paid we wouldn't really bother me either say more of that and get your phone calls next. The phone number again is eight hundred eighty eight ten eighty eighty eight ten I'm chip that's. Jio.

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