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Indiana Pacers hire Raptors assistant Nate Bjorkgren as new coach
"Coach. Rob Contact report Your current has been hired to take over the head coaching duties for the Pacers. For the past few years. Your Quinn has been an assistant coach with the Toronto Raptors, who won the NBA championship in 2019. He'll replace Nate McMillan, who was fired by the Pacers after another first round loss in the playoffs earlier this year. Rob Connote 93
No knocking Bellinger's homer celebration in World Series
"Rod Cody bellinger hit what amounted to be the game winning homer during game seven of the. And probably separated his shoulder. Later, when he was celebrating with his team manager Dave Roberts conceded bellinger's not one hundred percent. He could have issue swinging the bat with that bump shoulders. Here's the question is if foul or fair to say, the dodgers will be better off sent him bellinger to the bench during the series. That's foul to that is a foul. I mean, this guy's a game changer I mean the plays that he makes them the outfield and he's already ran into a couple of them in the playoffs they ran into a big wouldn't just the other day you gotTa have been there. My only question is what's wrong. With Enrica, Hernandez the guy that gave him at four on they need to sit him down. He's letting too many ways McCoy, balance your. Line of the dodgers as talented. But this was rookie of the year and you also was an MVP and another thing speaking from a professional standpoint as the hitting coach when you have a guy that has an injury like that to the shoulder he kind of slows everything down swing blue shorter he gets off tonight in my opinion he's up something special in their series that would be corey bellinger.
Atlanta police searching for man accused of kidnapping and robbing women
"Police suspect The same man is kidnapping and robbing women. After he jumps into their car. He makes them Dr ATMs and withdraw cash. One victim tells police the suspect told her his name was Robert. Neither woman saw a gun, but the suspects made verbal threats. In both cases he's been dropped off near Atlantic Station, Georgia Tech. We've posted his image. Wsb radio dot com
Two men charged with attempted murder in Aurora, west of Chicago
"A drug deal in the western suburbs earlier this month that led to gunfire now has two men facing jail time. 19 year old Dante Parker of Chicago and 18 year old Richard Gaston of Melrose Park face charges of attempted murder. And armed robbery. Aurora police had the two agreed to meet with a 28 year old man the afternoon of October 3rd for a drug deal, but instead robbed and shot the victim several times, investigators say thanks to cooperation from the neighborhood. Both Parker and Gaston were identified as the suspects and later arrested in Wisconsin. Two were now being held in the DuPage County Jail. On $500,000 Bond.
In Order To Change Minds, You Have To Overcome Heard Immunity
"Peeps. So today I want to talk about how to change minds. And in order to change Minds you have to overcome herd immunity. Now, I'm not talking about heard heard immunity as in what happens if everybody gets, That kind of hurt immunity. Anyways, I was working and I got this call and somebody says hey, it's Kim there. It's my wife wage. And I said no. Oh, well, you know, I just wanted to talk to you about the fact that with all the police and defunding, you know, we're collecting money blah blah blah, and I said Hey, listen, we don't and as I was talking about he kept talking in other words. It wasn't a real person. It was a robocall and so I hung up. Right when I hung up on another phone call comes in and it's another salesman set this time. It's a real guy. Now this podcast is more of a rant than lesson but hopefully you can find some golden nuggets in it. So the salesman comes right out of the gate and says, hey do you ever take birth records? And I'm going no, I don't. Oh well, have you taken him in the past? Would you consider taking them now? It's like no, I generally get most of my payments from EFT electronic funds transferred checks. Now, I didn't want to get into it that you know, I do take credit cards, but and the, you know, if you thought about it, you know you with the changing environment the way that the world is going right now, you know people are going to want to stretch their dollars and pay you via credit card just like no I don't want to do it and he says, do you know anybody that could use what I sell you off? And I said dude, it's not my Niche. I work with big B2B businesses. I don't work with business-to-consumer. That's where most of the credit card processing happens. He says off. Hey, have you ever thought about expanding your Niche and business-to-consumer? And I said no, I just shrunk it and so he just kept going on and on and on so three things came to my mind is this guy was talking. The first thing is he was not listening to me. He didn't even try to build any kind of relationship. He was completely heard immune. He did not hear a single thing that I said and it takes time to get people to listen to you too. Slowly to change their point of view a good sales person listens twice as much as they talk but this guy went the opposite direction by 10 a.m. I said to him I said, you know, I belong to some networking groups and one of them meets locally. Maybe you might want to come to one of those meetings and I told them about it and he says, oh that took her jaw. I know everybody that your gender the past or I grew up in the town and yada yada yada and it's like dude. No, you don't get it. It's not affiliated with the church. It's a networking group that meets them and he kept going on about how he knows everybody. So what I tried to do in my mind is slowed down to say okay, how do I get this guy to listen to me and to understand that trust takes time. So I asked him I said, have you ever been burned by a referral cuz oh, yeah, this one guy recommended them and you know completely took advantage of all these people and yada yada yada and it was really bad and he just kept going on and on and on and on and finally said so, you know the short answer to your question is yes, and I said, okay, but you know, the bottom line is if I'm going to refer you, I need to know who you are and what you offer and that you're going to fulfill what it is and that's why we need to build a relationship first need as well. No. No, you can trust me. I mean, I've got all these people to trust me. I've made all these great deals and I said look, you know, I know what you do. I've been part of an organization that job Actually use your type of service and he goes, oh, I hope they didn't did my competitor because you know, they're robbing them. They're taking advantage of them. Will you weren't part of that word you you know, it's like, oh man off can this get any worse?
New York Jets Shut Out In Miami, Now Only Team In NFL Without A Win
"Other scores for on the NFL Yesterday, Tennessee improved to five and over the 42 36 win over Houston. Pittsburgh remains undefeated as well as they defeat Cleveland by big time. 38 27 New England drops to two and three as they lose to Denver, 18 to 12 Miami shuts out the Jets 24 to nothing behind three passing TDs from Ryan Fitzpatrick. As they improved to three and three and the judge dropped own six. The Giants get their first win of the season is they defeat the Washington football team 20 to 19. The Falcons get their first victory of the season is well behind for passing touchdowns from Matt Ryan. The Buccaneers bounced back and defeat the Packers. 38 to 10 in Tampa is Rob Gronkowski caught his first touchdown since 2018. And tonight on Monday night football filing bills chiefs, the Cowboys host the three into Arizona Cardinals in Dallas
Coronavirus Test Results Are Still Taking Too Long, A Survey Shows
"On new survey says testing for the corona virus is getting faster in the US but NPR's Rob Stein reports finds that's still too long to expectedly prevent the virus from spreading research team based at northeastern university surveyed more than fifty thousand people in all fifty states plus the district of Columbia. Those who coronavirus test waited almost three days on average for the results that's down from about four days back in the spring. But the researchers say that's still too late to have prevented them from spreading the virus other people. African Americans and Hispanics waited about a day longer than whites on average and only about half of those who tested positive were contacted by health worker to get the names of other people who they might have infected rob Stein NPR
Rays, Dodgers all set to meet in World Series
"Sport spread, Heller is here and Brad. The World Series is set. It is Steve. It's going to be the Dodgers and the raise the two best teams during the regular season. They will match up in the fall Classic starting tomorrow night, the Dodgers in the World Series for the third time in four years as they beat the Braves in Game seven of the NLCS last night, 4 to 3, they're raised the 31 serious deficit. Cody Bellenger hit the tie breaking home run in the bottom of the seventh inning. Mookie Betts been another incredible catch. He robbed Freddie Freeman of a possible home run the Dodgers down to nothing early, but they rallied to get the win again. The Dodgers and the Rays game one of the world's Siri's tomorrow
Jimmy Garoppolo throws 3 TD passes, 49ers beat Rams 24-16
"Niners with a 20 for 16 win over the rands. Jimmy Garoppolo 268 yards passing three touchdowns. He completed 75% of his passes. And threw two TD's against the blitz in this one. It was a season high three touchdown passes. You know, it was really just about coming in this game you could feel in the locker room about the entire week. Just so it was a different mindset, every head, you know, and I In the last couple weeks before there's no one like that feeling, and it wasn't who we are as a team and I think this week I just kind of guys back right on track. Rob Lowe has had six games in his career, where he's thrown at least three touchdowns. He has one. All
Derrick Henry scores on 94-yard TD run
"Provided no drama Bucks beat down the Green Bay Packers, Rob Gronkowski did catch a touchdown pass. And the New York Jets are now winless on the season going all the way down. Oh, and six on the year after they got pummeled by the Miami Dolphins, 24 to nothing Earlier today, though, one game that was dramatic. Henry is in the gun. It's King can Henry running to the last 36 final victory in the text. 212 yards for Henry into scores. Browns Get Beat up by the Steelers 38 27 news radio
Brady, Bucs roll to win, give Packers first loss
"A blowout went over the Packers 38 to 10 to Goto foreign to the hand. Green Bay their first loss of the season. A couple of First half interceptions for the Tampa Bay defense of Aaron Rodgers the first two turnovers of the season for the Green Bay offense. Rob
Rapper Nuke Bizzle arrested for identity theft, fraud after boasting about unemployment scam in music video
"Theft and fraud charges related to an unemployment scam or being leveled against a hip hop artist, and investigators say they didn't need to go far to find the inspiration behind the scheme. Fox is Rob Dawson. The Department of Justice confirmed they arrested 31 year old nuke biz ALS, whose real name is Fawn Trail, Antonio Baines When he was arrested last month in Las Vegas. He had eight employment development Department debit cards and all but one had names of other people on them. A police affidavit also adds that he had 92 nd D ID cards. Preloaded with money and send two addresses he had access to. It's the same crime he boasted about in a recent song in his music, video, E D. D. He and another rapper bragged about taking money from other people's cards. Neither veins nor his lawyer have commented.
Chicago - Former Northwest Side Pastor Asked To Step Aside Due To Sexual Abuse Investigation
"The Archdiocese of Chicago is investigating The Archdiocese sexual of Chicago abuse allegations is investigating against sexual a retired abuse allegations Northwest side against priest. a retired The Northwest region's Rob side priest. Sneed has more from The region's Saint Rob Elizabeth Sneed of has the Trinity. more from Saint Elizabeth That pastor of the Trinity. is accused That is pastor Daniel is McCarthy. accused Now is Daniel the news of McCarthy. what happened. Now It certainly the news is shocking of what happened. to the members It certainly of this is community shocking to the right members now. Everyone of this community just wants answers, right now. Everyone just The archdiocese wants answers, tells w. G. The N archdiocese news. The alleged tells w. incident G. happened N news. while The alleged he incident was assigned happened to Angela while Guardian he was orphanage assigned in to Chicago Angela Guardian 50 orphanage years ago, in Chicago 50 the archdiocese years ago, asked Father McCarthy the archdiocese to live away asked from Father the parish McCarthy to live while away all from of this the is parish still while all of this is still
All of Teslas 2021 Model Year Updates
"Everybody, Rob Power here, and today we haven't exciting episode. We have updates from Tesla on almost every single vehicle in the lineup. So we're going to go through exactly what has changed because there's a lot here to keep track up. So tell normally doesn't make these broad sweeping changes across the lineup they sort of just update each vehicle as they have changes to make. This then is pretty unique for Tesla and it does seem like they're making these changes right at the same time that they're changing the model year. So even though on tussles website, they don't necessarily designate what model you're. The vehicle is the vehicle identification number does still indicate that and from those Vince we've been able to see. That Tesla has just now started producing those twenty twenty one model year vehicles over the last couple of weeks we'll talk a little bit more about that later but let's get right into the changes here. Predominantly, the changes have come to the model three but again, there are updates to all the vehicles which every captain a chart here. If you are watching on video, we'll go out of the traditional order here of as three X Y and switch it up. We'll start with the model three. So the standard range plus originally had a two hundred and fifty mile range that has now been increased by thirteen miles two, hundred, sixty, three the long range version saw the most significant bump for the model. Going from three hundred, twenty, two miles before now to three hundred and fifty three miles of range and the performance jumped up by sixty miles from two hundred, ninety, nine miles before now to three hundred fifteen for the standard range plus and the performance that's about a five percent increase in range. But for the long range, it's actually about nine and a half percent. Unfortunately at this point in time, we don't know what is driving that significant variance between the long range, all wheel drive, and the other trims were just going to have to wait and see once he's actually start being delivered to customers aside from the range. The long range and performance versions are now quicker zero to sixty. The Long Range non-performance has been updated from four point four seconds before to four point two seconds now, and the performance has gone from three point two seconds to sixty down to three point one as for other changes we've talked about quite a few of these earlier this week about the big one here is the heat pump house actually able to confirm that the new version of the model three does have the heat pump. This was just from one source at Tesla. So it is possible that that source was misinformed but from my knowledge, the model three now does have a heap like the model why that should improve the efficiency especially in colder climates we know that the model three has Now been updated from chrome to have black trim instead a power trunk. There is a new steering wheel electric is saying that the steering wheel is heated I have not seen that confirmed anywhere else though. So I think that's a question mark at this point in time, there's new updates. So the air wheels and the sport wheels have been updated to a new look, and then the performance model three has been updated to the Uber. Turbine wheels that are currently on the model y though on the model three, they're an inch smaller at just twenty inches rounding things out are I believe updated mirrors though I think this happened earlier sometime around September to add a heating element to the side mirrors. And then I believe there's also now an auto dimming rear view mirror for the model three. There has been updates to the windows apparently for better soundproofing, and then of course, the updated center console. So the fingerprint trap that was the piano black glossy console is no more at least for the model three does still remain on the Model Y. so speaking of the Monowai, let's move on to the updates there these are just range focused. So the long range model why has improved by ten miles from previous EPA rating of three hundred, sixty miles to a new rating of three hundred and twenty six miles three percent increase there, and then the performance model why has gone from two hundred ninety? One miles up to three. So twelve miles there or an additional four percent we'll come back to that for a little bit more analysis but just around things out for the Model S. The long range range actually stayed the same at four hundred and two miles. So no change there. But the performance had a significant increase from three hundred, forty, eight miles before up to three, hundred, Eighty, seven, thirty, nine miles incremental or eleven point two percent of course, the other big news on the Model S. This week has been the price cut. So the long range has been reduced by fifty five hundred dollars while the performance reduced by three thousand as for the X. No price cut here so. There is a pretty big spread now between the US on the ex but the long range version did see a range increase as we talked about earlier this week when we had seen that, Maroni sticker from a new delivery, it's gone from three hundred, fifty one miles before now up twenty miles to three hundred, seventy, one about six percent increase, and then the performance seeing similar level of increase to the performance model s from three Oh five before now up to three, hundred, forty, one about a twelve percent increase or thirty six miles. So to the best of my knowledge that captures all the changes across the entire lineup. But of course, as these vehicles start to be delivered, we may still. Uncover some other minor changes but to summarize all this, if we look at the average here across the entire lineup, not using any waiting by sales or anything like that destroyed up across the board previously tussles average range three, hundred, twenty miles per vehicle. Now it's three, hundred and forty. So a twenty mile increase for the average vehicle tesla sales or about six percent. So how is Tesla able to achieve all this? Well, back in July? We had heard that Panasonic had already developed technology that had resulted in a more than five percent increase in energy density on Tussles twenty-one seventy battery cells and Reuters reported that they would quote start converting lions at Gaggenau Vada from September so I think now. We're mid October were starting to see the results of those updates in the lineup, and we're also seeing improvements and s an ex and those were to use the eighteen sixties from. Japan not the twenty one seventies from Geena. Vada but if Panasonic was able to improve the twenty-one seventies while they were probably able to improve the eighteen, six fifty as well I think it's tough to find another explanation for the roughly six percent increase in the Model X. range other than updated cells. But the confusing part is that zero percent increase on the long range model s remember though when the Model S. increased from somewhere around three hundred, eighty miles up to that four hundred to rating the model extra. At all. So really it's just catching up with the previous model s updates. So I wonder if maybe Panasonic had been testing an earlier version of that new battery cell with the five percent energy density increase in just the Model S. but then it wouldn't explain why the performance model which would presumably have the same pack as the long range is seeing a similar increase. On the model here as the Model X.
Remdesivir has ‘little or no effect’ in reducing coronavirus deaths, WHO says
"A study involving 11,000 plus patients funds in any viral drug that was part of President Trump's Corona virus treatment had little or no effect on reducing cove in 19 deaths, or the likelihood that the patient would wind up on a ventilator. The drug Grim death severe made by Gilead Sciences based in Foster City doctor Peter Chen, Hong infectious disease specialist at UC San Francisco, says Rob December is no magic bullet by itself, but I think it is probably going to land in a combinations are to the second station so You use an antiviral for the viral production side and then used steroids for the inflammation side and the sweet spot. It's probably multiple drugs, not just single drugs. The randomized World Health Organization's study, Ah, called Solidarity was conducted in more than 400 hospitals across 30 countries. More than 11,000 patients they use dream disappear and three other drugs individually and in combination and a number of patients were given placebos. So Noma County, rolling out a new
Q And A With Alex Potter And Rob Maurer
"Everybody robbing our here today, we are joined live by Alex Potter off Piper Sandler Alex Cover Tesla for a long time, we've had him on the podcast a couple of times. So today we're just going to go through. You know everything that has changed in the last few months with Tesla. Alex. is on a lot of research autonomy on energy and then we're also gonNA talk a little bit about Battery Day We are GONNA be doing Q. and A.. So on Alex's side, they have their investors pepper sandler investors are going to be asking some questions and on my end If you WANNA, ask questions on Youtube feel free to do that. We're going to select a few of those to you also go through So thanks for joining Alexander Smith, and you want to add to that Andrew. I don't think so very much looking forward to it. As Rob mentioned I'm analyst at Piper Sandler. I cover Tesla and for our institutional clients were dowd right now you can. I know there's a Q. A. Function. So Jessen corporate access watching that, and if you have any questions, you would like test me or or rob. You can either use that function or you can send me an email I've got my emails up here. as well. So maybe I don't know what do you want to I'll ask you to do an intro. You introduce yourself I my audience understands who you are and then all of the same. Sure. Yes. Oh. My Name's Roy Moore. I have been a retail investor in Tesla since two thousand, thirteen I started doing the Tesla daily sort of. podcast back in August twenty seventeen the reason I did that was just because I saw a lot of misinformation out there in the media and I thought a lot of investors were having trouble getting good accurate information in a timely manner I felt like I can help with that just because I was doing so much research on the company every single day. So just on a whim, sorta started Tesla daily as podcast, and since then it's grown, I took a fulltime last year on Youtube and over the last year of we've gained about one, hundred, thousand subscribers. So a lot of people definitely interested in Tusla and interested in it from an investment perspective. and I'm lucky to be joined by people like Alex Lincoln, help us understand that. And also has more or less has a monopoly on the question asking. Comes to the quarterly earnings calls as well. I might add so if Obviously the test approach during these earnings calls is is atypical, but for institutional investors and another sell CIDERS You know when we started seeing this say dot com stuff it was sort of Sort of jarring a little bit odd. But for those who are unaware. that works by vote process. So people like rob and others they submit questions on behalf of retail investors and then they get up voted and rob because of the quality of his questions and get basically. Five out of five or something. Questions while you're limited so only. I've cut myself down to two because it's you know everyone should have an opportunity and not everybody else audience. So. That's generous. All right. Okay. So how do you want to do this route I? This is this is going to be the third time that Robin I've had discussion. That's been sort of a an interview. Interviewer interviewee sort of a a a setup but I think this time and we can do it that way as well. I know that we've got some topics we want to get through but then after after that, we can open up to Q. and A., and if nobody has been accused or as than Robin Top, we'll ask her own questions. Yes I think I want to start off with just your last couple of notes since we last talked again as did the the big updates deep dives on both the energy business and the economy business, and that's something that particularly retail investors have been frustrated with. I don't know if it's you know institutions or Wall Street or analyst in general, just not really modeling for those things and so I just like to you know go through what your models are sort of showing and the thought process that you approach them with I don't know that's a broad question. So I guess we're GONNA Kinda start wherever without. So I think it's. It's not just retail investors that are frustrated with it. I mean I think that investors in general are frustrated with IT A. Topics in particular software autonomy, self-driving row taxis. But then also the. Stationary storage business energies are or the. Batteries. Gigantic Mega Pack, Grid scale type batteries a lot of people they approach these topics without really knowing what to do with it like how'd you build a model? in the first place, it's not like the auto business where we're getting tons of data from lots of different regions market share pricing you know people are tracking these things on a daily basis and you can. You can track Tesla's progress. You have a much harder time doing something similar in the stationary storage business like if I was to ask you. How many megawatt hours of stationary storage were installed last month and what Tesla's market share within that in Europe was. People would be like I have no I don't I don't have any of the Ammo to answer that question, but they answer those questions daily for the auto business. Right so partially, it's a question of you know data availability partially, it's also a question of PNL contribution like these topics aren't a big enough needle mover today in terms of what Tesla's going to do in any given quarter. So people just don't devote as much bandwith to it. but that being the case. Especially, the bigger the market cap gets hired valuation goes the more you have to consider. Pieces of the business like this that you know at least if you're GonNa believe, you must take him at his word that these parts of the business. Core right and potentially at one point going to be as large or larger than the automotive business. If that's even the right zip code, then you can't just continue ignoring them. So you know we firstly published a big sort of deep dive on. On autonomy and The soffer opportunity. Then we did a note that wouldn't know that I would call it a deep dive on the energy business because we're still sort of getting our feet wet there But. Yeah. I. I don't know if you had an opportunity to read them that. They get a little bit detailed But. It was educational, one way or another, and at least now we have a framework for thinking through You know how big these businesses could potentially be, and
Extending Precision Medicine Beyond Cancer
"Talk about precision medicine. It's excess in the area of cancer and what it's GonNa. Take to see precision medicine expanded to other areas in a routine way. Perhaps it's best if we can begin with a definition, what does the term precision medicine need? Yet. Not Great questions. So I think precision medicine both always been defined. By the outcome that it impacts the we talk about the right drug at the right dose of the right time for the patient, which ultimately gets us to this point of giving patients the best. And most lice treatments will that given condition and the current situation? I think there's a fourth dimension that's worth mentioning here too and I think is an important component of everything we of when it comes to precision medicine is the the idea of diagnosis and so opposed to be able to give. The right treatment to the patient we need the diagnostic tools that go beyond simply saying you know this person has cancer or even this President has breast cancer but rob the timing us this patient has breast cancer. They have a molecular alteration or over expression and the sets in Gino protein that cancer is early stage late stage on, they have sutton other biological characteristics. In all of this combined means, we're going to treat them accordingly, and so I think this. This unlamented diagnosis is really important which also by the way applies to monitoring tools. To detect recurrence earlier than imaging. And to be able to change all treatment approaches as needed. So to me, it's it's absolutely about the treatment, but also the tools to to select that that treatment. The right one at the right time. We've seen percents, precision medicine reshaped the cancer landscape although I'm still surprised how many patients face a passive surgery radiation and chemotherapy is if not much as changed to what extent is precision medicine reshape the cancer landscape today. Yes, that's a great question and. It's true I think we talk about precision medicine. Lawson undoubtedly has impacted positively loss of. Lot of aspects of of cancer and cancer treatment but but certainly, not to every two or in every situation. I think when it comes to to precision medicine in the impact, it's had within the oncology space I see in a few dimensions thinking. Yeah full four dimensions here. So I think the fuss is what I alluded to in the beginning is around. So it's really changed and still is changing how we diagnose patients with. it's it's changed by giving us a better and deeper understanding of what it means when we give a diagnosis. So we have a lot more information that we can provide. And also now with the advances inequity biopsy and other tools were able to to also diagnose people earlier. Easy Foster. It's obviously still you know still being developed. It's not. I would say implemented in all cases, but it is helping to facilitate this diagnosis and in many cases, we now compared to twenty years ago, can provide lot more information. At diagnosis by status stages disease, which then in turn helps to to select the right treatment. I think you know the second dimension is is obviously the right treatment and I think that stems from. The the great. Advances. We've had in understanding the disease biology. And the drivers of of many tumors. So there's been a lot of investment in understanding what's driving cancer. What's causing the cells to control? which time has led companies to be able to identify the right targets and develop the the right treatments? For those patients. So that is that is definitely been a major impact. You know as we mentioned model not in all tumor types, of course that But in many of them. Now, what even at the point where we see? Full some of the haematological to Ms. Essentially individualized therapies, but the caught sees So this is. This is sort of moving moving even beyond what we think of as the talk of at therapies this normal heals, all curfews. The other thing that I think is interesting when it comes to treatment which I think it goes back a little bit to your point that some people do indeed still receive surgery chemotherapy is that while that is true, there are tools now that can tell us. When patients should be receiving these these types of interventions. So take take early stage breast cancer as an example here. And indeed stage to my think that there's always a question around how aggressively we want to treat. Will Benefit from chemotherapy oftentimes, we are on the side of caution because we want to make sure that that would doing everything for the patients and even though it's tough for them to do many do decide to go that route. But now we have. Tests, genomic tests on contact the XS one of them that can actually provide physicians. With information on risks goal and risk of recurrence in so they can then decide and tell their patients you. we think you would benefit from from some additional chemotherapy or actually your risk of recurrence is very low and you won't benefit. So Wallace people are still receiving. Chemotherapy I think we also have tools to Baptist select when and which types of treatments people Yeah. People need to have, which is the quite beneficial.
Love Is A Choice with Yoshi Sudarso
"Doing. Cash. Surviving. By me. I know. House has the has twenty twenty in treating you. On, a sleep I am enjoying the. A. Forced vacation I guess let's. Yeah. Yeah. That'd be good food. Good. Could be worse you know. I totally agree I. I've definitely benefited of being like more alone with my thoughts figuring things out. What have you been? Occupying your time with. Besides like. We even talk about that. So I have been kind of doing nothing for a longest time in the beginning I really took it as a vacation and did nothing just WORKED MYSELF RESTED PLAY VIDEO GAMES Nice the last couple maybe last month I started getting into 'cause I used to have a youtube channel and content creation, but I never really understood the technical side of it. Oh I've kind of taken it upon myself to learn and I've started. Content creating again and how I'm doing that is through. Twitch I've been streaming on twitch for the past month now. Yeah I saw that I saw that on I think facebook where you're sharing your your upcoming schedule I I am dabbling in twitch myself but I'm still a total new. I will try to help you out with every little bit knowledge that I have but my it's not much. Out On me then that's probably a lot more I. Mean you learn this is what I learned from Tiktok right? Because I was very late to the game rob you just learn so much just by doing it, right? Yes. Absolutely. Getting on the platform. Okay. So what do you do on twitch because I hiked you up in the Intro, we get to know your background you've do stunts and you're an actor, and it's all these amazing things. But like bring us up to speed of like what what, what makes you you and what what kind of stuff are you putting out there? Well, I'm I'm still kind of figuring it out but. I love video games and I play video games all the time. So I figured I might as well stream it, but I didn't want to just stream any game I wanted to like find a way to make the stream enjoyable. Okay. Streaming Games is one thing. The other thing that I'm doing is that I'm I only did once so far but I'm doing kind of what you're doing is bringing you know my friends to come into the stream and kind of talk about themselves you know to have platform for them to. Show what they're doing what's What is it What projects they're doing, what they're excited about and what? Past projects they've done. So I did one last week with Chris Gye at Rj Alex. Is a good friend of mine old friend. And he? He's an acquaintance like we work together a lot. You know when you're doing stunts with each other, you're constantly like seeing each other but only from one side of it. So when I got to bring him on I learned a lot from him talking to the chat. So because you're going deeper into who he is in his background and stuff or like his yeah. Inner thoughts. Exactly. So it's a lot of calls on song in the drink while we can. That's so good. Are you just talking or you playing games and talking and Boba so were talking for the first hour in we hop into a game it just so happened that he was a voice of a game. So we played the game that he was the voice on and it just happened to be a horror game and I don't do well with Horror Games no, I would hate that. I didn't like it. But I'm sure the audience then 'cause you're like actually having a genuine reaction. Is freaking out. Well Okay 'cause gaming is crazy because they I mean because of technology everything is so real. Now it's not like it's not like cartoony stuff. Oh, this way I don't want to even go there because I, I would legit get. Probably from that like. I couldn't sleep well night. I mean, I, love the audiences everything but oh yeah, exactly. But. It's just been. It's been great because. As you know my wife is pregnant so Yeah congratulations. Thank you. Yeah. It's our first kid. We weren't expecting to for it to happen. So quickly, you know, but it was perfect timing usually amount of the country you know half the year whatever. But because of COVID. I've been able to be home for her throughout the pregnancy. Blessings blessings everywhere. There's always I. Mean. I. I like everybody else have been going through it. It's not like just it's there are blessings and and that's not the entirety of it but there's always something to be grateful for and I'm really happy that I mean I'm so like over you guys are the sweets which y you have like Yoshi can we know her story and we're here to talk about love and we will get up to speed with this because you guys are such a beautiful beautiful couple and I'm just so glad that in the middle of all of this madness, you guys have that to celebrate his as such a precious thing to be able to experience together.
"d. rob" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Let's let's keep it clean to get your creativity flowing into be prepared you need to. Shift. The room to the left or the right. This is what stand ups do and it's what additions are, and it's what acting is and when I hear you say acting is reacting that's because you're looking for the x factor you're looking for the Jews you're looking like a quarterback looking at nerves thrown against. Your looking for that perfect moment to make the pass, and in that moment only happens you talked about centering yourself before going out. Dude I did that before this podcast you walking in I had a minute. Was I looking at my notes? I was just reminding myself that you and I are trapped or or housed in a phenomenon called awareness alive at the same time on a space rock hurling through infinity we're live at the same time we're interested in the same stuff. We're GONNA talk. Hopefully, we're going to connect people might enjoy it maybe people want enjoy it but can I be alive motherfucking right now with us year and now, and that's what t cruise was doing. T crews wasn't in his head going ocean on are crying cruise was going I know what magic smells like let starting over France's Ugo precipice. Nawar, and I'M GONNA cry. It's exactly I couldn't put it better myself. You're you're exactly right. That's exactly. What it is being in the moment is the answer to all of life's. Questions. Not just, acted, well, that's what migrate teacher by Katie says if you WANNA problem get a future. So in that moment, Tom Cruise, what we're supposed to do and I I am sorry to keep bringing it up to cruise I just liked that story, but it's about what we've been talking about as well. It's like if he got stuck in the story of the future, if he started watching the movie of the future instead of being in that moment, would he have had the druthers to go own? Let's stop and to be authentic tonight. You say people hate fake Shit Valentine's Day more bottles of wine or sent back than the rest of the year combined, and that's because people are being fake in they're trying to impress their dates and if I want it as a writer to write a Douche bag part for you rob, I would have you send a bottle of wine back without even really knowing anything about wine because that's fake or when we're in the now we can access the real and when we're real, it doesn't matter if you're sending a bottle of wine or you're telling one of the world's greatest directors at another go because people know reality when they smell it, do you agree Rollo? Rollo agrees one billion, trillion percent. AUTHENTICITY IS A. Daily, quest for me. It truly as t crews, he's t Chris's our spirit animal in this let's just lean into can't beat..
"d. rob" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Is As You reminded me of right now but isn't that comedy is like comedy is reminding us that no matter what you're looking at and also frazier. Sand? Yes. That's like a good perspective for us to have on reality. It's like Oh my God. Did you see what happened today and also? Tossed Salad and scrambled eggs like it's. Never I look frazier celts. That's one of the I wish sitcoms were that literate? I mean Like there was a time when sitcoms are unbelievable. They were Labor truly banter plays frazier was fucking. But I would be on I would be on a new iteration frazier in two seconds I love to nils I just made you nils I'm sorry I either but that said I guess I must have always come into it late because I didn't know what was going on with scrambled eggs and ham or whatever that fuck that thing is I don't know I was like wait what is that like? That's the opening frazier go no, it's not. Just seeing that. It's like in my opinion nation, it's it's a remember blossom than you ever wanted to. Oh Yeah of course I am. Still a great show. It's like those things that can remember theme songs. Rob. I'm not. I am the kind of guy who watches. Fast forward ever to the Sopranos Opening. Never never you're like a commuter. Now, you've just made that drive somebody who's making I make that drive I know that New Jersey turnpike or like the West Wing you're not. You would tell me when the west wing comes on and that theme comes on you're going too fast for I'm not. That's hilarious. I tweeted I was like when you've been just show and you get to the finale and you watch the intro out of respect that's what I'll do is I'll. Definitely watch the intro the first one. But then there's some daredevil that had an incredible intro and then you catch yourself thinking about the incredible intro and you're like I should go back to that show I. Think it's kind of what it is. It's like a jingle for the show or is something that sticks with you I don't know I. I noticed discussion is this discussion with Mike buyers we we're big fans of not only the intros which you don't do television because. They don't have the writers rightfully took a network television. They rightfully want the storytelling time running only have so much time. So that's why they're not gonNA give up thirty seconds. You an opening, there's not going to do it but I loved when they did it and more than that. I loved one day not only had the credit of the actor but they told you it was as well. Barnaby Jones. Buddy Epson is a how it says buddy. Also say like I'm Mike and I said we're always obsessed with. Telling you what it was. When you were the a young man and you didn't know who was being grandfathered into a show that was sort of beneath them like I had that with Heather locklear on melrose place there and Heather locklear. No Mike who the fuck is heather because I'm like twelve. Or Joey Totta on ninety two ano- in there like an Joey Oughta as nats and you're like, why did he get the special full page title car you know my my my credit on parks and REC. For the first three episodes I was in was an introducing rob lowe. So loved it. That's perfect. That's perfect. Like Jonathan, Taylor, Thomas or something. Like there's this guy you've never heard of he is going to be on the show now is named Rob Lowe but I think you're GonNa like him that's the only way to do it I love that. So let's go back to vision I'm curious the career you have. Such an absurd dream it goes we we don't have to bring them in, but the same with Arnold I mean growing up Austria the same way anybody anybody we've talked about Mike Myers would be a lunatic to imagine the career that he had. You would be a lunatic. Arnold. Get the Fuck Outta here you throw immigrant on get out of here I don't understand t crews I don't care I. Know You guys are both good looking guys. You know what? It's like get the fuck Outta here there's been a million auditions where t crews looks around and. Better looking than Z. crews and your everybody's better looking than news get that Shit Outta, here, it's not even just that it's an absurd gamble by question is. How closely does your life match your vision and how important you think it was that you had the absurdity to green light your dreams. Okay couple of things one is. My life has surpassed my vision. And I'm totally. Humble about it. Grateful Four. And The thing is that the however you WanNa look at it God the universe. Whoever whoever you identify with is the power greater than yourself. has way better plans for you than you do for yourself so like if you'd asked me. Twenty years ago like in the middle of my movie career. Whatever like what I would wish for myself in my life in my life, I'd be like, oh I. WanNa work with Martin Scorsese. I have not worked with Chris. My phone has never run from Ernest cousy. I've sat next to Martin. Scorsese. I've said hello to Martin Scorsese lattes it I pretty much figured out at this point. He's not calling me not doing it. He when he thinks if a guy who looks like me, which is rarely he is going to call Leo and that's the way it goes and guess what it's all good in the hood I thought you're going to say ray LIOTTA. Have, to come up to you and say loved you and Goodfellas I mean that has to have happened. No one's ever said that my my favorite movie of all time by the way really I feel bad off of you I it's. Good fellows is my favorite movie of all time but I saw I didn't I didn't get that but I got stuff that is different. And equally satisfying and really unexpected and stuff I I could never have imagined for myself. So it's a balancing act of having your Dream Your Vision, what you'd like. And then knowing though that maybe you'll get it and maybe just maybe you won't get it and you'll get something different better well, speaking about the universe and the flow of energy in in the universe and the way that things go and talking about when the talent doesn't match the ambition I'm GonNa put this I've said it a million times I'll say a million or you have to follow the dream that's following you that you get feedback from your dream. So if you keep going into a plane, it's just not working like let's just say really baseline it's just not working. You can't remember lines you can't project. You have this this. This is just not working pivoting and going why do I want what I want you shouldn't the here's a question for you in what you want be to give what you have to offer not want to offer what is valued by your culture, which is being famous and rich. Oh. One hundred percent and and the. The key to any growth particularly just for me in what I do and I think it might be true for everybody is to not just do what you can do but try to do what only you can do. There's a lot of actors. Leading men, there's a lot of people who do comedy. Drama there's I. Do drama comedy like so great. But what is it about me? What? What what, what are the things that only I can.
"d. rob" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"Elon Musk here. All time favorite standup. Richard Pryor. and down. And something you've learned about yourself in twenty twenty. I'm a horrible teacher. We have the exact same life. It's with from the sleep to the birds to the to the weekend. Yeah. They change math parallel. With this common core, they can't I was sucked the math as it is change it on me. This stuff and I gotTa tell you. My patients I hated school and you know to begin with imagined, trying to teach school God hill you hate it. But. The and then we got the birds because if they're going to be locked in, let's get some birds. So they can play with his way easier than puppies and you know, and then we had to get to because you you can't just. So anyway, they're biting the kids. Crap every ten minutes. Every, ten minutes straight and testing straight out. There's there's a lamp that they like. You know the lamp hanging in the kitchen table. So my wife goes nuts about that. Get off the lamp now or they're going to be what your mother did to the pigeon's. That is fantastic. Listen everyone. Please be sure to check out. Asian. Mama Mexican kids on Netflix. Rob. Thank you so much for taking the time to check in and catching up with you man great saying whatever you're doing. My best to the out there? With Mario Lopez..
"d. rob" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Different kinds of modern and I think he knew that and he didn't want to correct it because he's charming and cool. Really I I don't have the same problem I didn't know I did that yeah? Oh, you add any any opportunity to shame. Challenge now, he's to He doesn't care enough about being right. That's another charming thing. When you don't care that much about being right and I also I also need more. Let's read a letter. I also bring up to Chad Lowe is. I did. Yeah. But not about life goes on now. I love life goes on you have to have you both had grown up with much locos on. Yeah. That was a big show us. And so he was like a I'm I'm the present I think I was in a way more aware of Schadler Wild Rob Lowe for sure show. Rob Lowe to me again to get back to the. Scandal. But he was synonymous more with that. I remember thinking about rob. Lowe. Because I was too young to watch. Yeah I was I gonNA. Miss. The Brat I saw a lot of those. But I wasn't. I was too young when they were we not the exactly yeah. I was really into Emilio Estevez. That was like, I, thought young guns. Yeah from young God. That was like a form of movie for me but then I went to see I saw men at work in the theaters with Charlie. Show. I was really into I thought he was the coolest. And that's the reason I watched the outsiders for the first time. He's cool and similar vibe to rob I. I had lunch with him once very easy to talk to. Funny. Cool. Cool. Cool. Cool. The BRAC. All the ones I get cool to the man I. Guess The rat pack is cool too. Yeah for that generation but for us for our see, you know this is GonNa be controversial but I think. The Brat Pack Seems Cooler than the rat pack because it was a time I feel about Sinatra? Overeat overrated. Rib Lie. Made to the Ding Dong deleting down it's just kinda like this and hey, let me put it this way. Right actor. Tra is no Ben Platt. I agree with that and probably had a much different. Perspective on the world and different opinions. Hey, here we go with a letter. doing bring a Ding Ding and Dean Martin with drank all the time like Sammy Davis. You've Sammy Davis is amazing. Yeah. Yeah. Very he's incredibly funny and great singer. He did it all. I do. But I think Dean Martin was just Kinda like Hey For the ride I think Dean Martin is, is like like leather Okay, let's. Angry Dean Martin. Mail. The come at me. Dean Martin Fans and also indeed Martin fans defense I don't know enough. I, don't either we just seems like a hanger onto me but Don Rick was don rickles part of the. Court I feel like they were maybe condescending to him and he he to me is he's better than all of them out. Yeah. Yeah. Let's read a letter. Okay. This is a letter from. Julie Wilson. Greetings from Indiana. Gins Linger. She says an Christian lot of people call me a reference that on Instagram I noticed when they when they write things to me hey, gunslinger you really made an impact on that show. Yeah there's something that's a little condescending about it. There's also a funny name. It is a funny name. Yeah. Cancelling our. Big. Fan of the show and bigger fan of the Christian Justin dynamic thanks Julie I grew up with three sarcastic and witty sisters as the youngest. So I appreciate a lively and fund sibling relationship I can say I listened to another podcast of similar design that is very popular and I typically listen to the interview skip the host chat at the end because I just don't find it to be engaging and interesting now that's nice. Curious talking about. Yeah I don't want to. God Yeah. That'd be insulting. But it's nice of her to not have mentioned that because it would have been like a snark and and she says, she likes to listen to it with your podcast. I find myself anxiously waiting for the discussions between Justin Christian at the end. That's really nice. Sometimes, I hear little comments during the interview that I know hope to have a little commentary from Christian. Now, can we talk about that sweet drop? Of Sunshine Maggie have. You read this letter though. We've only had a small glimpse of her on the show. She's GonNa love this. But, she is so positive in bubbly ugly. She can be bubbly. You've seen when she'd gone a little flat. Yeah. She's not as carbon loans always bob no of course. But bubbly again, thinking of the ditsy thing you have looked on reaching for I'm assuming bubbly I'm assuming Julie dozen equate bubbly with ditsy right? We were just talking about yeah. We even the beanie episode. Yeah Maybe. She does I just find it infectious. That's really nice like that. I would love to hear her on the show every now and again I love this you will, and you know we try to imagine he's been in the voice memos. So if you listen Julia if you listen to after the credits at the end, we we include a voice memo and maybe we'll include her in this one. Okay. So in back to Julie Good Job Christian. I'm not responsible for her personality in but thank you. Also I hope we never have definitive answer about the Christian Derek jeter debacle because I love Christians reaction to fans writing in with their opinion or facts in quotes about Derek jeter's athletic abilities. It's always good for a laugh. It seems like so long that tobacco was raging. All in all you both seem like such funds, smarten driven people driven well, oh like part time superheroes. Yeah. That's nice of you to say, thanks for taking the time to share a little of your personalities with all of us PS. I'm happy the pronunciation of La La. Lacroix. Doing wrong, Lacroix the cry. was worked out because that was a real doozy for me. Maybe. She's on the La- quad team a or. Roy It's supposed to be Lacroix I. Bet. She's on the Lacroix team because we had hard too much about it. She was probably. Would you rather great which you be I just love the people including these. Would you rather be loved by someone you don't love. Or love someone who doesn't love you back. Wow. That is intense. you rather be loved by someone you don't love. I mean, it's about whether or not you want to feel pain or to inflict pain right but it but inflicting pain as painful for me does it mean, would you rather be in a relationship like this or just have this person exist in the world? It is I've had both happened to me and they're both very because if you're not in a relationship and it's just someone out there who loves you and you don't love them ban I would prefer that. Yeah. Because it's selfishly a lot easier to cope. But if the question is I would imagine it's in relief you're in a relationship. You get out of it either way. You have to I mean both I think they're equally terrible but I guess I would rather. I guess I would rather Be Loved. And not Bath if I had to pick in relationship, it's tough but it's either ways I would too. It's horrible. Go I mean that's selfish I know. But I would rather that I suppose. It's really hard. Thanks, Julie. As tough. Even other. Would you rather there's another one. Oh, great over there is would you rather one more? Deep I don't WanNa get too deep. Would you rather lose the ability to read or lose the ability to speak? Out We've read or speak. Well, you know the problem with losing the reading is. You read a lot to get by in life that's just like traffic signs. Traveling would be raveling. It'd be tough. You'd have to be told you'd have to go with guides guess if you're travel anywhere but speaker just recognize even think about speech how often I mean I would I'd I would rather lose the ability to need to I'm also not a big enough reader. That wouldn't impact my life as much as other people..
"d. rob" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"We can't stop talking about them. So finally they just thought, okay, we'll be a sponsor fine. Here's the show. In, the summer of two thousand, twenty years ago who? I was doing my first big lead role in a movie called jeepers creepers producer of that movie was one of my cinematic euros, Francis Ford Coppola and he took everyone out for big fancy dinner. All I wanted to know about was shooting apocalypse now or the outsiders or any of his other movies I. so badly wanted to hear stories about about these movies that I loved I said. Something like Oh. What about Martin Sheen in? Apocalypse. Now, what happened when he punched the mirror and Coppola told me the story about it which was Coppola had a team where Martin. Sheen was a bunch of Russian nesting dolls and he was nothing but a face and Martin she was really drunk in this hotel room and couple told them about the dream when Martin Sheen. Punched the mirror. He was really punching his own face and he got a A. Sliced up, his hand had to be taken to the hospital and had a heart attack. It turns out later and I was just in on hearing him tell it and and then there was just like silence and I realized this table and their families and their kids there. You know ends like gruesome crazy story about filmmaking. Also, we're all about to go make this movie. Did you ever work with Coppola again? Surprisingly No. Could be a dream life. Good injury. Egypt. You are listening to life is short. I am your host Justin Long night. Sweet. Twenty year old Justin Long. Look a little yappy puppy. Dog oversized paws. Just desperate for stories from Coppola. Yeah I can see it. I wasn't there but I can see it even if you now twenty years later, if he were on the podcast, I'd be so annoying him. I was annoying today with our guest to him we're going mention it. And our guest today The reason we're talking about COUPLA was in one of Coppola's most iconic movies the outsiders, a movie that I have not seen. You Gotta fix that we should watch it tonight. Okay. and aren't you curious to see that proudly but I'm not proud I'm ashamed because I know it's great. It's great and you've read the book you know I have read the book. Okay well now, Sheffield Sham maybe a little. But our get. Yes. Our guest today was in that movie and you may be a titter. Now you may be so teased because Nazi Thomas Sowell no it what a great cast I mean it could be any number of who else legend Matt. Dillon legends in that movie that movie Tom Cruise Emilio Estevez. Ralph Macho Yeah Diane Lane. Who've man? What are you? How do you feel? Movie I. Think, she's an incredible electric personality. Great actress. Why I don't know just got. Flushed when you said her name well, also I I, discovered that movie. During, time my life formative time when I was the age of the yours discovering yourself. Yeah. We don't have to get into the race. Love. Okay. She's in the movie and she's great in it and it's just incredible cast. and. Yeah? That's where my my love affair with Matt Dillon began what? Oh you mean as. A. Awesome. Yeah. I would've told you if I do in a Crazy affair with Matt Dillon and you didn't tell me this is how I'm revealing that. You know me for this long term care. I would. Here right now get in the car drive away. I would need to be by myself for a couple of weeks. If. You earnestly told me right now but you had you had had a crazy like two year long affair with Matt Dillon. And well, just telling me now I would like yeah. That'd be I would question a lot about my existence. Yeah. Well, I it would be very hard I would have to have been because I was embarrassed to tell you or or Matt. said he'd would hurt me if I told. and. For the record I have not yet had an affair with Matt Dillon. We're both still alive so. I would have I would say probably less probable on his. One it's. You're more likely to want to have an affair then then vice versa I think. So it's so weird I. It's weird to think about I. Mean I yeah but. No my as an actor, I really fell in love with Matt and then years later it got to work with him and that was a thrill but. Also, thrill to talk to our guest today who is not met. Dylan. Hopefully one day. We'll be Matt. Dillon, our guest today rob lowe the really horrible to look at. the the very attractive I. Mean I hate even mentioning that because we reduce them to that but I talk about that let's get out of the way. Let's now the gorgeous elephant in the room. I mean one of I. Would say the all time best looking male faces on the planet why don't you say? Yeah. Yeah. Certainly really tough to compete with ROB Yeah. I mean and continues to and this is from someone who really admires Tom Brady's face but I would say rob lowe's next level. He's also really funny and you guys talk about that I know. So maybe we can talk about that after. Okay. Great. You Know People Know Rob Lowe everyone knows rob lowe. He has a new podcast. Yes. Called literally literally the truly literally you have to say like that, that's how he says it and New York we talked about that I didn't realize that because I am well, we'll save it So we'll talk about the podcast and it's funny to talk about a podcast on another podcast, but we've done it before and I'm sure it'll happen again and of course, it's incredible body work dating back. So he was going to say incredible body you're. Talking about his face. Oh we should also mention it's incredible body of work. Yeah and his face that also not to dwell on his face any longer but. Yeah but Isn't changing. So well is is aging in a really like Nice Way and not he's not getting all that worked a lot of guys. A lot of guys end up getting work done on anyway in my room for that and so many more things that we will get into right now my my I, my i. Never met him never met him So it was really cool to to get to talk to him also just as a little heads up. The I I would say ten minutes, nine or ten minutes of the interview via the audio on his end for some reason is pretty bad pretty shitty. But then he plugs something in or yeah flicks button or something, and it's a million times better. So he just said his gaze on the right part of the Computer Navy turned on. So just as a little warning, if you're annoyed by the first ten minutes of the sound quality, stick it out. It turns around at minute ten and I hope you guys enjoy it. Here's my talk with rob. Lowe. Dream Sweetheart. Did Dude. Christian I'm sitting across from he's wearing a hat that says beer me here's what I like about this hat. First of all, it fits my head very well, which is not very.
"d. rob" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"The many hundreds trump. Those tens of hundreds started born in the front yard. And how many seasons of that have you done? We did seven seasons, but it moved right. It was like originally did for the Internet did it with one season on the Internet and then we were at adult swim right? Did you have anything to do with that Bachelorette show? Ken Marino now that was. Pretty Great Yeah. It was great. I think Kristen did it to oh did. Because I know Ryan did, Ryan does everything can does that's right? Yes, they're really tight. Yup! The Veronica Mars Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's right. Love Bernie. Love good job did an episode of it because we're all very insular, were incestuous well and I got to be on his. That's where there have been times before I knew you were I. was looking at you and I had a Monica of jealousy I was like really yeah. I was like I was like cordray's comedian's comedian. Everyone loves them all COMEDIANS love him. He works with everybody. I'm not invited to that party Why am I think I was intimidated by you? Maybe well, I hope it's not that you thought I was just terrible Camino. No God, no! If anything from my tales of meeting you the ground well I retire. I was pretty taken with. Okay, so you got picked up for a second season for Unicorn Yeah you work with Walter Goggin who we've all become completely obsessed with my God man, and you said he just delivers right, and why is the best? I was supposed to be in Greece right now with him with him. Oh that trip was going to be with. Me and my wife had rented a house in Greece on Aunty Paros. The Island and He and his wife had a house right down the street. and. We were just going to spend a month and a half while our kids camp. Oh! You're kidding. It was going to be adult so I I just almost started so at one point. You gave me a cup of coffee. I drank it. I went back out to EVAC share. Trailer let's I just want to tell everyone that we're on like twelve day. Shoot all through Arizona and California workshop for top gear. Rob Elected soupy an RV the whole time. It is a fucking one ten outside. Way Cooler than? At there and I had a yesterday. I begged rob I'm like at least a come live in our house that we rented. and. You're like not a chance and I'm like okay well. Please park at least your RV and the fucking driveway, so you can come in and take a reality hourly stuff. Yes, it was going to take a shower very soon to. Wait. Since I got here. You should definitely just soon as walk right into Monica's bathroom. Shower. Okay, so you went onto the RV to Evac, and then what was it? Oh, no, I was looking at the calendar to see what we had to do tomorrow for top gear. Yeah, and I saw it and it said ante-post Greece. Today and I I started to weep. I can buy it. Sounds like a once in a lifetime opportunity. Camp Luckily we couldn't cancel it, so we've got it for next summer Oh cool. They just kicked it down the. Road and Hopefully we'll have a vaccine by them you will..
"d. rob" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Towed back and. Stand up, sit down, Guy. I've ever do not like that guy. No Integrity Fat Guy Yup big fat never served his country. Big Fat asshole hates America. He- and Amy Poehler Gut. Saturday alive, Oh, and then. I don't know what order this happened in, but also Donna fine glass and Andy Daily. Got Mad TV RIGHT AND JAMIE DENVER. Oh, I believe. And then me and at hounds got the daily show, so it just like that. Wow like it happened like amy poehler got Saturday night live, and then we became like the groundlings riding game like the place where Lorne michaels would come to try and get death, and luckily we were just like the first group in their show me the rapist, or is the Rings Oh ramp instance. Show me the rape I are rapes. Really Sound. We're was the ring sketch. I didn't the racists sketches. For is that we're going to need to see. I WANNA see Owen. Burke and ROB corduroys. In Prior U. Getting on you start additionally, so that's weird, because that's like an inflection moment for UC, where that becomes huge because of polar, and then also then you being on the daily show, the daily show becomes an inflection point where it becomes Saturday night. Live like it starts launching stars. Yeah, well, that was one of those moments where like you're immediately lucky, but and I told my daughter this the other day because she started asking about the daily show. She's heard me talk about it. This is my fourteen year old. She was I had the daily show was kind of a big deal. I Yeah I mean it kind of was. Definitely grow like it was second, only live. Like Prestige Tabora headed Taylor I was like when I got on. It wasn't right and she's sort of into comedy. She's definitely into. She loves podcasts like funny PODCASTS, not your. Sharing sounds like she. Doesn't care about you. I'll tell her thank you listening. Yeah, she's into. Stand up and stuff so cool. Yeah, it's such so cool, but I told her. You know this is something that you should know. Is that like I was lucky? Got In on the ground floor, somehow at be. And I was lucky to be on the daily show, but. People talk about luck, but I worked really.
"d. rob" Discussed on First Match
"RV D. Rob Van dam. My first match was a minute ago. It was cool as fuck. It's the first match podcast cues, your host Jesse Cage. You've known my yesterday. As for Monday, night, Mr Money in the bank for a second pretty cringe, fucking name Robbie the. He's the.
"d. rob" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"The culture and when you see people in in my state Oregon, there have been a black lives matter demonstrations in small towns on the other side of the mountain. Now you've been Eastern Oregon. You might be shocked by that. I was. On that side of the mouth, I love that side of the mountain. People have always been very nice to me, not known as a revolutionary at least not on the left side the right side. They have revolutionaries, but not less side so. If if our culture is actually changing, I would assume. But here's the thing about baseball. Baseball has never. been. A. Never pointed US toward social change, right baseball has always been a barometer. has followed. Social, change baseball gets a lot of credit or give a lot of credit for Jackie Robinson. I mean. That was basically one man branch. Who, who inside baseball I don't mean to to give? Jackie Robinson short shrift or the black players, but at that moment if it wasn't for branch rickey. Another year or two or three? Probably maybe bill back with done it. You don't know. But. Even, I there I believe there was a black player in the original basketball nineteen forty-six. Believe. There was a player in the NFL in nineteen forty six. Certainly, there was in the the What was the other football league at that time that Lady Bird with the NFL the? AFC. So. Baseball's never. been out front on anything. I'm sorry it hasn't right. That's a great such. Baseball is bare this season. It will be because that's where society is not the other way around reflector. Ed's reflector. Yeah, it'd be great to see the. It would be an you know we again. We're talking about things that baseball can do right connected self to more of the culture and you know this is one way that I think baseball can say hey. We are GONNA update with the time so to speak, and we are going to stand with you, and yes, you know we may have Latin players kneeling down because they believe that this is about more than just you know as you look out on the streets and the protests that are out there. They're more white people than lack people the streets right now and you know maybe that they're going to call upon that and to me I think. It'll be really interesting and I look I'm going to look to see what baseball is GonNa? Do I really hope there's a season? No matter how short I think it'll be. If it's a fifty game season, it'll be a sprint to the end right. I'm telling you. It's so much fun. Because what you talked about before the fact that anybody's got a shot. Is A Santa My cul de sac and talked with my neighbor. Who's the the other night is the big Cleveland Indians Fan and he said to me. If we play a fifty game season I walks every single. I can't because I think not only from the historical perspective of it. Unlike any other season, we've ever seen but the excitement in every game. It's like the pennant race the whole way. Every game we'll see him important up until because you've expanded the playoffs, even if you're not playing well at least up until game, forty or forty, five or something Y-! Rip Off a good week we got it can get in the playoffs. Good Week. Pitching performances from all your starters suddenly you're back in right. It's just I'm I'm praying for it to happen Rob Neier. Thank you for making sense of this for us. In in a historical sense, as well You are so great and I really look forward to. We're GONNA. Come up there. We're GONNA do dumb people. Tom Back up in Portland. And you'll come and see us and we'll get a chance to hang out with you. I look forward to that time I. Remember our egg sandwich lunch all the time. It's one of my all time. Favorite favorite days in Portland. I can't wait to see you again. Good luck with the West Coast League that year commissioner of and sabre cats will check that out because it's just so fun to hear you talk about this stuff. Rob Nyerere nobody. We're GONNA. Take a break and we come back with a special voicemail. This is from the cheap seats statements..
"d. rob" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"And. The players would love to play seventy two or eighty games, or whatever because they would make more money way. This is really just now question of. How many how few games the owners can justify place problem for the owners is that they play Fifty Games They're going to generate a bit less revenue. Yeah, you, the media, etc.. Not on the typified, obviously because they might not have fans at all. But. Really. Maybe I wasn't clear I wasn't clear about this before. The owners have been pushing for is to pay the players x dollars. Or more games. Than prorated salary. The sticking point has been got. It said No. We're not going to do that. And the owners thing well. The the agreements that we can negotiate that in the event that we couldn't have fans in the ballpark and generate those revenues, and the players are saying no. That isn't always what we agreed to. where we've been for a month, so let's I. Mean I know we kind of glossed over the notion of the Astros in the cheating scandal in the rocks baseball, as we're as we're heading into what was looked like spring training and looks like was going to be a regular season. What what impact do you think it has on say? Guys like Clayton Kershaw. Who played against the Astros and again we saw with the U. Darvish with what is wrong with Darvish. He must be tipping his pitches or something like now. We kind of have an understanding my question because you're like this wasn't happened to happening to him. is He's winning fifteen seventeen games a year? He's just getting lit up. It's like they know what he's about. Throw in. What's he? Were like trying to find what he was doing. Tippett. My point is like a guy like Clayton. Kershaw, who in our opinion is one of? If not the best pitcher of this most recent generation? Okay I thought hall of Famer you WanNa, see. He's on a team that made it to the world series. A couple of times you WANNA. See that guy with a ring I. Just do for the sake of baseball. And for him to go up against a team. That maybe wasn't playing on the level. I mean that's gotTa. Hurt for all for baseball to see that that guy may be lost to a team. That was doing it one hundred percent. I think that those things are true. The but they fit. The the incident with the Astros fits well within the tapestry of the Games history. I could give me a half an hour and I will find you twelve. Scandals yeah stealing scandals. Going back to I can't remember what year was nineteen, O, nine or eighteen, ninety eight or whenever it was when there was? An electrical wire under a coach Doc and they were sending signals from behind the scoreboard. It baseball was it was signed. Stealing was rife in baseball in in the nineteen forties and fifties and sixties. And maybe in the seventies I mean the list goes on and on, so this really just fits within that this is a bit. This one's been a bit is a bit more. Sorted because first of all, when you inject technology into it, rather than just a telescope or document or something, it Kinda seems a little grocer. Yeah, and we have so many of the than the someone to the nitty gritty because there was an investigation. and. The results were released to the public in whatever it was eighteen twenty seven page document whatever so it's a little more vivid. This time, but ultimately someday we're going to look back on this historians. Look back on it and say well. Yeah, that thing that happened in. Twenty eighteen that just slots right on with all the rest of the stuff that was happening over the course of baseball history I think that. The for me, the harder part is a fan or the the question I want answered is. How do we keep this particular sort of thing from happening again? And it means it means something to me because a I, don't. Want to see the results. Altered by cheating and be. One of the reasons the game has slowed down to the degree that it has is because of measures. countersign stealing. mean go back to. The Game One of the world series in twenty seventeen, or maybe it was the. That there was A. Like. Eight trips eight visits to the mount from the catcher in the first innings, and that was all because of signs deal. That was all because they were worried that side of being stolen. And for good reason. Right and it wasn't just. Keep doing similar things right? Boston was doing it right. Doing we've only seen the tip of the iceberg. Kinda reminds me of. Everything reminds me of current events now. Right, which is kind of sad I, guess, but when people talk about. Police brutality and body cams, and you just wonder. How much is it recorded? Side feelings the same way. We have a very slimmest notion of how much of these things have been happening. Since all the cameras were added in the computer in the video, monitors and things. It's probably happened. Probably hundreds if not probably thousands of games been altered because the science feeling last five years. Would you imagine the League would go so far Stephen? Step in and potentially put like two more listening to calm umpires. The. Let's call them like. Quality control people who are literally in the dugout monitoring what what is happening in making Sherman? At Fight But I argue against that because I remember we were talking to Ryan, Gangster K. and dempster was telling us. They can indicate who what the pitches simply by saying for example, if if you a bat rob, and I was like come on rob. That means it's a fastball. Go Nyerere. Neier you're saying the last name than it's A. It's an off speed pitch, birth name. It's a fastball like I don't to say like a row. I know I know, but I'm just saying that they may wanNA position people in there to even look at that stuff to kind of just to monitor it in in a certain way, and and just know that teams. Hey, there's someone in your dugout from belief. You can not watching what you're doing. Maybe that'll deter it a little bit more. Right I mean somebody has to be? You know here, here's the tough part. What they what the Astros were doing was. When you think about it obviously when you start talking trash cans, thank. You, but you don't need ultimately you don't need someone relaying. Information from back there up to the dugout and then to the player, you can have the player wearing a microscopic. Your earpiece. Tell them what pitch is coming? You can have somebody up in the press box. WHO had no connection to the dugout or the tunnel between the dugout groom? You could so I mean unless you are somehow going to jam electric signals ultimately, these things are going to be really hard to police really hard. And I've been a net that type of confidence game. That issue of saying like is this being played in the most open up sort of away, right? are listening to break Thank you rob when we come back. We've got some stories that are happening in the world of sports, and we'll break them down with you. rob. Nyerere's with us and we'll be right back with more cheese..
"d. rob" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Him to know he may not listless. He may never hear this that we stand with you and dude. Maybe you will inspire other teams and other players out there who, in their heart of hearts feel like something is wrong to speak up and say something. I got news for you. J You mentioned with the transfer Puerto and there might be a new rule that comes down, basically saying you can transfer once and not have to sit out a year I'm telling you. Coaches are going to have to start listening to the players. A little bit more gives them back A. A little bit more power in this situation. I'm not saying. Don't be molded by coach I'm not saying. Don't learn from your coach. Don't give them the respect they deserve, but if something isn't right, should be able to speak up. We're GONNA talk on the other side of this break to Rob Neier I cannot wait to get into it with him. He's just again. Brilliant Baseball mind where we're on the precipice of potentially a season either corona or a lack of negotiating or not being able to see to. I might not make it happen. We're GONNA. Get into it with him. This is viewed from the cheap seats. We have the sklar brothers. Stay.
"d. rob" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Not a young man. What was out that? We. Both know that I'm thirty eight years old. And perpetually thirty eight years so. Not The age we is that what age you just stop counting? I am fifty six and. I am a fifty six year old male. I am a male and. Six. Is Him. Yes, that's that's my preferred Pronoun. Call Me Fine Yeah Very nice to have you here because. We cross paths many times over the years, but I've always thought this is a very funny guy, and you've proven it many times. Lorne michaels done a lot for both of us gets some credit for identifying you very early as no rob is funny, and people need to see that side of him. He know obviously he just got to know. You personally would know in by the way just hearing. You say that makes me so happy because I'm sure like a lot of people, I was continue to be an SNL. Nerd I learned everything I. Ever Ever knew from about comedy from watching us when I was a kid. So to hear that like Lawrence, the guy that discovered me in that way is so so cool. Well what happened I do remember there was a big and I. Don't remember what the joke was. It was a very long setup and it was mean Phil Hartmann. was notion was I'm in prison with Phil Hartmann Yeah and Phil was very excited to help me as a roommate. Yeah, you can do the math. Was He playing his character. Mace. Mace was this great Karen. That was an ongoing character coaches. He was. He was really hyped up. With me. To it was that kind of right and fill obviously brilliant, but I love the idea of Mace sharing. Is Sending. Me and Mace was as we all were in that week of nineteen, ninety obsessed with the Lombardo number that had. And Google, that if you want, you're listening, so it ended in ice screwed the setup to his. Ending of the sketch, right? I blew the line. Now there's there's literally no ending right because nothing live. And fills got the big saucer is. is nothing to say because I screwed up and I ad libbed an ending crushed. Right and Lauren came music. You're really Harry, Houdini, aren't you? We've been friends ever since. Until, he here's that impressed. Yes, and that's recipes. Never heard you and do an impression of Mike. Based Dr Evil on me wrong. I. I love the choice. The choice to have you play a young, the young version of Robert Wagner. That was Mike's idea. Mike, Myers, idea right, yeah, when when when they decide to go back in time, and they need a young rubber, wagner and you come out doing young wagner so. Because I was obsessed with Robert Wagner me to. He did the show on Saturday night. Live when I was there as a writer and. I was just like he's the ultimate classic handsome headed actor from the studio system in the fifties, and he never changed. He always played these characters where he called Women Lay yes, my darling, and he got any, and it was perfect. He was so incredible, and then for you to come along and play. The younger version was perfect so funny. You say that the way he spoke in because my whole character. was based on the fact. In, this is what I did for Mike. We're playing golf. I'll never forget I remember whole. We were up in Santa Barbara. And he was talking about Austin powers and I and I knew rubber wagner or Jay is, he prefers to be called, and my notion was that all he talks about when he talks about restaurants who the Maitre D.'s are! A very early sixties, yeah. do you know the Paul? And I. Really, liked it. Yeah, and that was kind of that, and I forgot about it, and then about six months later he sent me Austin powers to read just to read and I. Read in in it in the character description as you know and Robert Wagner Parentheses as played by Rob Lowe clerked for instance using yeah and people in the studio. Like what yeah he's going to do rob. Lowe is going to be what Robert Wagner RJ. I have to call him Mr Wagner, but he was a he hosted started out live when I was there and I wrote a sketch where he says the impeccable handsome man on a date, and he's just the Sim possibly Suave Guy and he's. As with Forget who he's with this woman. There was Jan Hooks. He's impossibly charismatic and he's saying things like well. I need to skip off to Buenos. Aires. My one of my investments has done a little better than expected. And he's ordering for hurt. He's being and then the food comes in eats like an absolute pay from Chechnya and I remembered coaching him on how to eat like a pig, because that's how I eight and of course Robert Wagner had never done anything, but but he was like Oh yes, this is gonNA join. Eating and literally ahead instructions where he takes, he says something Suave and then puts his hands in the mashed potatoes and jams them all over his face, and sucks it up and he was like. Yes and I just felt a peak into the world of being this guy who was him along in the fifties. Oh, he would not old system. We have great stories. He'd be like. Have you ever met Fred? ASTAIRE ROB McNeil..
"d. rob" Discussed on Bevs World
"Right Almost Heaven, West Virginia Blue Ridge Mountains. Shenandoah River life is old older than the trees young in the mouth is growing like the breeze country song Take Me Home. You get the gist of it guys. What's up? I can I can't miss my intro of everybody wants popular population boil angry at him back at it again with another video know, I mean audio podcast off recording whatever you want to call it guys. Today's episode we're going to do the same that we've been doing lately where we go into a news site and we just take the first best thing. We just spin off guys in a spin-off. Let's go. All right. I'm actually going to go into the Swedish news today pop up about. Oh, there's a live event happening right now. All right, the roasting each other's because Sweden like refuses to make a mandatory to. Shut down all schools. So I guess they're roasting each other's right now. All right, so I did say that I had another story about a knife a threat but this time actually wasn't a knife threat. It was it was we got robbed. We got robbed guys. We got robbed how much money was it 20 Kroner off, but it was the way that it happened. All right, so it's a kind of funny story. So me and my Best Buy to Oscar we were we were like fourteen fifteen, I think. Oh, yeah, probably 15 no no, no. No, we were thirteen thirteen. I think he was twelve I thirteen cuz I'm 1 year older than him and we're going to for band practice, right? And before we get to band practice. We always kind of stopped by the store and we get something to to, you know, either eat or just, you know, some goodies or some drinks, right? Cuz we're going A chill up there and make music for some time. Right by the way, we made music about food and drinks and it was kind of funny anyways, so we're walking up this alley way towards band practice and it's dark out and two guys come up to us to Iranian boys. I think it was and they go home. Hey, oh, yeah. We were three guys. We were three guys me Oscar and Anton I'll go for band practice. So they stopped us and they're like, hey guys, wait a minute or like all right. What's going on, you know a couple of years older than us and they're like you I know you have money..
"d. rob" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Up an awesome. All right. Bye to give me to go home cues wrap up this podcast ride off into the sunset before I do that on. Thank Rv D. Rob Van dam for swinging by the CRIB and shooting the breeze about his new documentary. Headstrong check it out. At all the places he says to check it out very interesting stuff. Don't forget to rate and review the Steve Austin show on Apple podcasts. And tell your friends to check us out if you want to reach here on. The podcast sent an email questions. Steve Austin showed dot com. And that's the bottom line. Hey Man I want to thank everybody for all support a broken skull by my beer that I brewed with Elsa Gun no Bruin Company. We are in seventeen states here in the United States of America right now and if you go to my instagram account you can find out where all of these locations are better yet. Go TO EL SEGUNDO BRUIN COMPANIES DOT com website and click on the interactive map. Where says broken skull? Ipa and you could find out the location nearest you that you can buy the best. Ipa In America. Where all over Kelly? Where in whole foods and total wines but thank you for the support of this bad ass. Ipa It's a beer. That I am extremely proud of and it's a beer that I drink exclusively because it is that damn good and don't forget King of attitude.
"d. rob" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"This is the Steve Austin. Show Gimme a hell. Yeah yeah now. Here's Steve Austin everybody. Welcome Steve and Joe. I am coming to main street Los Angeles California man. What a day. Today's Sunday afternoon as I turn in this podcast to my producer Sean. To put this show together I have a great conversation day with our the D. Rob Van dam old peer my old buddy from wwf days. And of course he spent so much time down there and e C W and as the hot one of the hardcore legends and one of the very very innovative professional wrestlers of our time. He's doubts by. We shoot the breeze and have a lot of fun talking about some of his dealings with some very serious stuff talk about his standup comedy stuff. And he's won Some of his endeavors still in the ring and some of his travels across Rhode. They're making this new documentary. That is coming out with a little while back. It's called headstrong. So hopefully you enjoy the podcast with myself and RB D. Rob Van dam man. I was trying to wash Daytona five hundred today and they called out the race because it was raining down there in Daytona Florida Always try to watch as many NASCAR races is a can always like to watch daytona just because it's kind of an epic event and it was real interesting getting to talk to two time when Dale Earnhardt Jr. this past year on my show on the USA networks. Straight up. Steve Austin So Dale was starting at race off waving. The green flag. Shameless was driving a pace car. It was interesting to see him down there trying to interview some drivers before Ray. So they're gonNA kick the race off tomorrow. We'll find out who the winner is going to be and Hell I got the WWE network fired up on my iphone right here beside me watch an annex t takeover and started a hell of a match with Johnny Gargano hit. Who's he can't watch screen right now trying to do the open this podcast anyway. I'M GONNA keep this open short. Please enjoy the show myself. And Rb de kicking it and talk about new documentary headstrong. Got Some cool guests coming into town this week from the FM exit freestyle motocross world Brian deegan coming by a couple of days lane. Johnson The Philadelphia Eagles. Coming by. But check out this show rob and Stay Tuned Stop. Ram. Let's kick this thing off. See Ya Broke School Studio. Rob Van dam. Rv Yes I love. The y'all married my spiritual life spiritual wife. Yes Katie Katie Arbor Day. Coming here yeah. I look so awesome. Physical vibrations operations running high. Because you always gotTa have this Globe Happiness about awesome glad to bring. You always gotta put out a good vibe Downer to me. The Guy who I mean. We're GONNA have a bad day or something that'd be I've got noticed is positive. That's awesome glad to glad to represent that absolutely man. I got a text from you said. Hey Man Could we've been trying to hook up podcast for a while and I miss that when when you came through and then you said hey man I got a documentary that was made and the documentary scout headstrong. And you cover a whole lot of stuff a couple of things in this doc but I mean you talk about concussions. You're doing stand up. You're going out on tour. You're still working a match here there. But what did you want a? What was the message you wanted to get out when you decide to come out with this dog? 'cause you're kind of young so I you know I just thought because I was so hands on in the making of it you know like like frame by frame at amy and Joe Clark doing everything. I thought you know turned out really good very very personal but I like being known for being genuine because You know it's a quality elect here about myself. I guess and so you know I it was gonna be about one thing which is going to be a comedy tour But I had concussion centers. That wouldn't go away so They eventually became the biggest thing going on in my life because I had double vision like I've had hundreds seriously hundreds hundreds of concussions and I've never had symptoms last more than like maybe overnight. Maybe one day very very few using a couple of seconds. Shake it up. Sometimes it's like like Balls Mahoney would hit me with chair crack stars. It would be like Everything's I can slow motion. You know or sometimes the sound goes out. Sometimes you know everything's like spinning and I had double vision but I just couldn't shake it off and I kept thinking well you know it'll be gone tomorrow and and so I'm not GonNa let that anybody. No show must go on. We're you know right But I ended up coming back and getting my brain looked at you know am I had four. Doctors look at the. Mri's besides cat scans and visual therapy for a while A long time. I think though I moved out here and I have my vision steelers to save it was before. I mean I'm I'm normal. Bhai tasks you know but I I can terminate a certain way and you can split into two in I don't remember hearing before. But when they share about your brain when they Scant there was no sign No sign of any kind of Irregular irregular anything. No no dark areas. Don't see that On a scan or do they have to wait. Because I know you donate your brain thousand seven. Yeah so whenever you have on. Hopefully that's not for your brain will go to science and your hard. That's yeah risk laughed at my spinal cord whom we laugh between us because I mean it's funny but it's a serious subject. Yeah it is. Yeah so But so I I just thought you know. Hey this is and it'll be in a really cool movie. I think when you watch a documentary about a person you should learn a lot about them a lot more than the new before so but So I wanted to To you know I want people to see but then people started hitting me back with How it inspired them to get through different troubled times and stuff like for real one guy said Dude. It changed my life. I'm like come on. How did it change your life? Wrote a Bar. And he's Well because man I you know there was something I wanted to wanted to go for this job and then You know I watched. I watched a movie and I said if everybody can overcome all this and still be the often show and I go for and apply for a job and I got it as a slight I would never guess that that would happen from watching my movie but I talk a lot about concussions. And that's where it gets really personal and I'm showing my brain. Scans on the movie. You know and The cameras right there with me so I don't know what the damage reports going to be while we're filming this so you actually get to go through the ride with me but but I ended up afterwards really carrying a lot about just concussion awareness Because I feel like I got lucky but almost all of my peers. Tell me that they have well they say. Ct even they use that term loosely. You know oh I know I got. Ct because bub-bubba but they probably have long term concussion. Damage like almost all of my friends. Your friends do okay but but when you say your peers Who who those guys are you talking to many of your fellow wrestlers in e w territory or throughout the WWL. Desa dammit question. The guys at popping remind you guys. I was thinking because you know there's a lot of highlights footage from your days in east. He W he wrote some chairs and wwe. You're seen it took care of you on it because that's your shopping malls but you know I thought that was just part of the job back. Then you know what I mean. I didn't know what C to e was or long-term concussive damage. I thought I was proving how tough I was by being able to take that every night to stop being you know loopy for second was part of that man. What are you thinking what you mean because I got blessed with my share cheers but man I was one of his hands up guys? You know a Lotta guys lead Crown First Dome I or whatever and just give it and those guys were swinging and chairs back today bus so proud and Kinda cheer shot you take your balls took pride and the cheer shot that he could give Man He's given a lot taking it. But God Dang you're the one is seven from the damage What's your mindset on that? How come you never wore a hands up? Guy Wasn't artists machismo thing Yeah I guess so because you know made the name of the DOC is headstrong. Yeah you know yeah I got trained not to really bill even really believe in the moment you know what I mean. So I'd like to think that's you know reflected in my work and so that's that's part of it. I think you know that I still believe in what I'm doing when I'm out there. You know what I mean. So yeah that's what it is. I wouldn't I wouldn't recommend anyone else by the way when I first got the WWE One time I was coming through guerrilla envisat man so when you take those chair shots said you put your hands up and I was like No that's cool. That's everybody else he said. No you listen to me. You put your hands up. I do this time and this is the only time we ever had any. This kind of haven't said anything remotely like this big goes he goes now. Listen I'm your father? I'm telling you put your hands up then. It finally got through and I'll cycle. He's all right he's the boss. He's paying me to put my hands up. I think I can do that. And that was probably. After I'd been mayor and went through the hardcore tidal era niece W era. I might have been there minute. I don't know but I'm just saying you know. He did say that incidents it is like right off the bat and I was stubborn but I think it did affect me though. I don't know if I dated every time afterwards but but I remember you know thinking probably should when you got to Wwf back in the day. Where were you restricted? Any from what you used to do. And W because it seems to me like maybe you go there and do almost anything you wanted but when you got wwf and it was almost still the wild west days when when you came in it was still pretty much wild wild west before the micromanagement really came in. But did you have to tone you down when you got the WWF?.
"d. rob" Discussed on The Woj Pod
"I've actually had to sit courtside. I usually stay away from that because I don't need guys show show then game staff looking at me but it's happened a few times where there was some resistance but I think especially when you work the stars you know they're not going to really say you can't come in so ninety nine. Percent of these staffs have been really go. A million in a lot of teams have let me use the gym whatever I want and I'll just put the knicks and Scott pray was great and then he let me work it out for a few days so definitely now I think guys no. I'm just trying to supplement what they're doing and I'm not trying to separate. Anybody's toes a matter of fact. I like calling the coaches and say listen. What do you think of the plan the plan using going to approach it. Is there a player you've worked out that has not heard about your three pointer against Cornell for the Orangemen the two three pointers up to three point. I don't know man but I'll tell you a quick. Yes there was a game two of the season so first first of all you grew up in Rhode Island you go to Syracuse. You very good high school player. I'll stay player you go circus with the idea of trying to walk on to Jim Jim behind teams yeah very arrogantly thinking. I'm just going to make the team easily so freshman year. I worked out with the team. The whole preseason and I asked coach folly well he he got back to me and hopping bring fine and let me work out the team but once trials came. I didn't make the team my freshman here. I was really really upset about it and so I ask coach Strength Code. What should I do you first of all put on thirty pounds of muscle. So is it okay fine. I came back with thirty pounds of muscle extra I put on. They couldn't believe we're the team again. Six this is six. AM workouts with everything they have tutors all that and if any of that so I just kind of with the team and I think the players started respecting me a lot made the team chose him thirty one at the time 'cause thirty one was fair play Reggie Miller right. They had a pretty good thirty one at Syracuse Syracuse it yeah so about game fourteen into my sophomore year. Dave Schoenfeld equipment guy who's now with the Patriots. I walk in December fifteen with no name on it in what's going on here so what's going on career. I screwed up. We walk out to the Dome for him because look at the raptors thirty one washing so pearls never for a long time and Bejon never had seen you with your with your know your over. He never you never took it off if they ever needed you in a game and had thrown in everyone realise this guy's world number. You might have been boo donal yeah. Definitely there's definitely not Pearl Pearl. Ah The next number fifteen. We're just wondering hello so metal have my number when he came to Syracuse. Did you try to get Jim Brown forty four. Do they still get out to the star player that one yeah so anyway my sophomore year. I'm sorry my senior year it was game two against like Cornell or something. We're up about a good forty. Let's say thirty seven and twenty seconds thirty six to three and made it so colgate taste and other shot. We get the rebound now. Fifteen seconds left in the game Bam's Jillette out. I'm on the right wing right next to coach right there Japan. I'm looking no one's CA. Ah Everyone starts shaking hands Jim. Mike and I shot it through all net. The two thousand twenty coach looks at me like Oh gay coaches now you might forty so we go in the locker room and dame was in there and some other guys and they say those three four that's what's GonNa do not blaming also also we tell a story all the time coach those some of the best times in my life and coach ended up really helping me with connections and stuff like that making calls for me the the book is network training the NBA's best and finding the keys to greatness trainer rob mcclanahan scrivner her books. You can get it online. You can get it in the bookstore starting this week. It's release is October. I Rob Great Visiting Walking Walking Back Down Memory Lane with you. Thank you man. You've been there for me this whole time and I wanNA. Thank you for supporting me and you know hopefully people enjoy this book. Thanks for listening to this edition of the WOGE pod a big. Thank you to our guest today trainer. Rob mcclanahan author of the New Book Network Network training the NBA's best and finding keys to greatness be sure to check out some other great NBA podcasts on ESPN. The low post with Zach Lowe and Brian Winters and the hoop collective is always you can listened to new and archived episodes of those shows as as woes the wage pod wherever you get your podcasts. We'll catch you next.
"d. rob" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"Eliminated. Assuming my son. So they won ace was eliminated day to tech D. Rob was eliminated three I was eliminated. So we are left with TJ and SAS in a battle. And as. Officially one of my many, many proteges. I I think SAS could really use a victory. So we know how this works TJ will bring in a song SAS will bring in a song. We will post the songs on social media. You will vote and we will find out who truly as the best song. This has been a grueling challenge yet days. Okay. You over it grieving. Yeah. We're gonna wrap it up today. We'll be done with brutal. Are you ready says? That'd be fun. Yeah. I guess. Yeah. Who can go first asking. Oh, lady. Okay. It's called your. Oh. The people about. Credit? Too strong intrigue for the finals that's wrong violence. Yeah. Usher ludicrous. There you go. Wow. I never heard that before. That's a good song. I like that. That's really good one. Okay. So I didn't pick one. I don't think any of them that I've picked this week have been because I think other people will like them a pick him because I like them and then other people should like them. So like, I said. If I wanted to pay under I could pay and pick us on new everybody would freak out about and all that. But I didn't because I really feel like if if SAS wins this be very proud for her. So I just brought a little song that pays tribute because if features one of my fallen homes because you know, I'm all west side. Enjoy. Regulators regulate any stealing of his damn good too. But you can't be any off the street. Gotta be handy with the steel if you know what I mean, Ernie keep. It was a clear white moon. He was on the streets. Get some fun. Pro. The two one three. The next stop. Regulate warranty. Never heard it. You really haven't heard that. No, okay. Yeah. You'd like dance to it. Very catchy, right? This is a good one. Warren G is Dr dre half, brother. Nate Dogg is no longer with us on this earth. He was the one thing you'd like put it in your little whatever you call it phone so regular they are voting for the one. They like the best threatened king wreck. So we did put up a poll to let it but a bone. We put up all day, but you can comment or voting Opole. And let us know who's got the best for the ultimate winner of ACT's ITN's bracket very excited. We'll go vote now Twitter. Facebook results your connected funny with the ACT J show. Your connected funny with the Asian TJ show. Refresh every time I look back at our Facebook page just poll it is increasing by hundred. Yeah. Hasten TJ's I tunes bracket. We've played it all week in honor of March madness. We did our own tournament each day show member brings in different song. We all battle it out. One person is eliminated each day, the person with the least amount of oats, and we were left today with TJ and SAS and they came super hard TJ brought his own song. Regulate by Warren g featuring Nate Dogg SAS brought. Yeah, by usher.