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WWHL @ Home: Reba McEntire & Darius Rucker

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

22:52 min | 5 months ago

WWHL @ Home: Reba McEntire & Darius Rucker

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Cohen he's saying i go blind but that's just because she turned out the lights in georgia. It's watch live with reba. Mcentire darius rucker now. Emc guys welcome to watch. I'm your host. Andy cohen feeling. Fancy in part. Because i started putting pants on a couple of weeks ago but more importantly it's thanks to the president obama to country megastar guests. They're teaming up to choas the cna awards tomorrow at eight on. Abc's say hi to reba mcentire and darius rucker great to see you to andy how are you look at you to sit in all socially distant apart i love it a and since it's our first time having the hootie and the blowfish front man on the show. I want to start out by fishing for details on darius. Darius it's time for a clubhouse quickey dairies. What was the first concert. You ever attended the first one i attended. I guess i. I saw def leppard in eighty. Four the parmenio. I liked that. I didn't expect that. What are you most looking forward to in a post covid world. Oh the thing. I love the most before they get back to playing music in big places with people right up next to each other danton and screaming and having a great time definitely that. Did you shop around any other band names before landing on hootie and the blowfish. The only other name is a bass player. Wanted to call call us black and blue. Because i was black and they all had blue eyes. That didn't work like it. you might. You might have had a lady a situation where you wound up changing the name. Yeah later on. What songs of your fan. What song of yours do fans quote to you. The most Let of christ people still quote that a lot to me. A lot reba. What song of yours to fans quote to you the most you a massive catalogue. I just i know gay people probably quote fancy to you a lot but what. What song do you get the most fancy. Here's one giants fans don't live down all the time all right. Who is your first ever celebrity crush. And i want this for both of you because i need ribas answer on this to mind with pam grier. Oh i love it foxy brown. What about yours. Either frankie avalon fabian. Okay for both of you. What is the song you are most sick of performing honestly right. I mean if you have a big. You're a great big hit with something that people expect you to sing. I have to imagine it's your pleasure to sing it because it's it's a big hit right absolutely when people don't wanna play their heads yes annoying. Okay thank you for that clubhouse quickey by the way how's it going to work with hosting the as you to are you going to is going to be an audience. What's going to happen. Well there will be people out in the saints the performers the people who are nominated and we will be talking to them talking to people and You know tv land so at least we'll have some reaction people. Laughing are very humorous. Witty comments that yes very good well before you to share hosting duties at the as tomorrow i wanna see if you share opinions on. Who would win in some unaffordable categories. It's time for the bff test. I'm going to ask questions and count down from three on the counter three. Give me your answers at the same time. And we're gonna see how much the two of you have in common. Okay here we go. Which would you rather lose your ability to see or your ability to sing three to one. See interesting you really you said saying. Ah wow okay. What what's more science was see or saying yes loser. -bility are saying. Say saying yeah okay. What's gonna win. Essentially country a cowboy hat or cowboy boots three to one and by the way reba got. My son is first pair of cowboy boots when he was born. So i mean that's pretty awesome. I know when it comes to condiments. Do you prefer ketchup or mustard. Three two one all right which we can't which music genre gets more respected. The grammys country or pop. Three two one open pop okay. Pancakes waffles. three two one who's the more icon country vixen. Fancy or joe. Lean three to one rear line three to one beer. Which is the superior saying y'all or you all three to all right. Y'all which countries songstress can a male voice better pull off during kerry okie should neither twain or faith hill. Three to one neither okay when the when the chicks pissed off country fans by criticizing george w bush in two thousand and three. Whose side were you on. The chicks are the fans three. Two one all right. Thank you very much You guys got disagreed on. No good Okay we got a lot of questions for the two of you. Laurie are wants to know on facebook. Reba we got this a lot wanting to know if there's any possibility of bringing back your show reba. I love catching reba reruns and loved your guest appearance on young sheldon. Well thanks for that and we'd love to bring back the reba tv show. We had a lot more topics to talk about stories. Detail and i am having a blast getting to be a part of the young sheldon. tv show. it's really a great show. Darius we got a lot of questions for you wanting to know if hootie and the blowfish will tour again tour last year was so successful and worked out so well that you know if a few years down the road if we're talking about it again and it seems like fun. I'll do it. But i never say never so. We probably won't reba why it be texted us and said he heard that the voice actually wanted you as a judge blake shelton said that the voice originally wanted you for his slot and you turned it down and then they asked him and why snow would you regret turning down and if that's how you recall it it is very true. It was a very popular show in holland. I'm pretty sure. And i watched the tape. And i said no more pass on that. Because i don't think i'd ever be able to tell somebody that they are. They're terrible or go find another job or hope not time job i. I couldn't do that day in and day out. I just couldn't do it so i did pass on. It and blake was the perfect choice. He's done a wonderful job. Now that you've seen the show do you think. Oh maybe i. Maybe i overestimated the criticism that i would have to give. Oh sure i mean after you see a very successful show. That's been running. What fifteen years shoot. I should have done for both of you. Vinnie t wants to know what you honestly think of. Carrie underwood and thomas rhett tying for entertainer of the year at the acm's this year. That was pretty controversial for a lot of fans. I think they both deserve it. You know it was pretty controversy. A lot of people thought but you know ties the tie. I'm i'm sure that's not something. They made up. It was actually a real tight. So i'm cool with it. Why would they make it up. Cool with it reba. Have you ever tied for anything Coastal torian in my high school when i graduated high school. What was your deals with sherry. Cheryl's house my best friend reba. What was your first concert by the way that to go. Watch yeah funny enough. I've mentioned merle haggard twice today and this is the second time merle haggard. That was my first big concert. Wow and then. Have you gotten to know merle haggard over the years or did you get to know him. And i got to work with him. Wow now must've been really something shows together. And i was scared. I was scared to death to meeting to tell you the truth and because you know you have your people that you idolize you look up to and i just didn't know how he was going to be was going to be nice or a jerk but he turned out to be one of the nicest people wow people in country music are typically. I mean there's not a lot of decks and country music right. I can honestly say you know coming from the rock world. There's not a lot of people catch music. Jerks know pretty much. Everybody i've met. This is pretty cool. Laid back person you know. I'm sure there are people. I have run across them too much. Seems like such a warm community reba. Eerie said that she saw bernadette peters in anti-gay. You're gone so sad that she missed seeing you. I saw you. You were absolutely incredible and and erie was curious what your favorite song was from the show and if you would ever do another musical thank you andy for saying that about come to see the show. I would definitely do another musical every night. Every performance and we did eight shows a week every not. I had a different favorite song. That's how great the music wasn't any gun. Wow let me ask you this. If if they came to you and said we want to reboot annie. Get your gun when everything back to normal would you. Would you do that show again or would you be looking to do a different show altogether. I love that show. I really did. But i would really like to try different show. Wow that's cool. okay. I want to go to our virtual audience kevin. What's your question for ariba. I flavor shirt my question. Oh thank you so much. My question is i know. It's a new relationship but can you please fill how you and your boyfriend rex. Abe each other. The pet names sugar taught and theater. Do you guys eat a lot of pot together or what. We're in los angeles after. I had taped young sheldon show and he also plays plays the principle of the show and so we were having dinner with friends and after that we went to a wine bar and they said well no you guys just got through having dinner but we do. Have some great appetizers. And i said what is what did they have and they said. Well we have tater tots i said. Oh want tighter taught and so. Rex nicknamed me. Tater tot and about a month or two later during quarantine of muddle sister susie said tale sugar taught hat and great nickname for wreck. So we're the taught sugar and tighter. Adorable okay. sarah has a question. For darius i zero i. I won't say. I'm a huge fan of all of y'all but my question is for you. So have you and tom. Hey moved on after you said. Fm forgotten picking up tonight. Oh go what a great question. Oh you know that was. That was a joke. I mean that everybody took too far as you know on that on that show said you know executive producer gary gassman and tom hanks and you know what am i going to say. Gary gassman talk about. Is that tom hanks. It was just a joke. Yeah we've we've been. We've moved on. We i love because my favorite actor reba larson e e wants to know. If it's true that you turned down the song does fort worth ever cross your mind because it included a beer reference and do you regret it since george strait turned it into a huge hit. Yes and yes. I love it. I love it that you own your regret. Darius ryan be emailed. What was the most surprising thing about. Working in the studio with ed sheeran. How how prolific is he is yes you saline and that kid says something back to you that makes you go wild. He's an amazing songwriter. Real four or five songs day. And i think One made the. Who do you work. I think too. I'm gonna make my my country record. He's he's already very cool reba. Your podcast is great. Congratulations and you. You're having everybody you've gotten Dahlie and lily and a whole bunch of superstars on there. Are you having fun with it. I really am. And we're getting gearing up rougher season to. Would you consider being one of the gas you. I would be honored. Are you kidding me. My god absolutely thank you. We'll reba last year at the as your performance of fancy stunned my office when it including several spectacular outfit reveals. We went so crazy but this next game will only reveal the truth. Of how fancy are you. I have around questions about the riva lifestyle and you have answers reba. Have you ever had caviar for breakfast. Yes have you. that's fancy. Have you ever taken a private plane for a flight. That was under a half an hour. Yes what's the most outfit changes you've ever done during a single concert. Would you reckon fifteen obvious dine at the table or will you also eat on the couch. Oh also eat on the couch. Do you insist on using cloth napkins absolutely not. When was the last time you flew commercial last year. Have you spent more than ten k. On address easily ten. Oh yeah nutty. So if you're out with friends how often do you insist on picking up the check. Oh yeah have you ever given someone a car as a gift class. Wow have you ever given someone a house as a gift. No thank you very much reba. Mcentire she's pretty fancy. I would say But not she's still down home. I want to thank both reba and dairies being your tomorrow night. We're on at eleven fifteen after the real housewives of salt lake city premier. Thanks guys appreciate it. Thank you areas. Thank you re everybody ask. This holiday season is going to look different for most but it can help feel brighter mass production. I love to shop oetzi for gifts that are truly unique gifts. Can't find anywhere else from creative handmade pieces to one of a kind vintage to things that are personalized just for the people. I'm gifting them to go to oetzi dot com slash gifts to shop meaningful gifts for the people. You love this holiday season. That's not dot com slash gifts. All right we're back on the after. Show reba mcentire darius rucker. There coasting the awards tomorrow on abc at eight seven central. Hey great performance areas. Thank you for that. Thank you thank you man a lot of fun. That was really great by the way. Can i just speak to the woman on the top right there. Rocco you have a cardboard cutout of me behind you ma'am yes I just. I'm i'm an uber fan and i love you and i had this For a big birthday party where my husband built the wwafl set my birthday. Happy birthday and i love you back. Thank you you got a big martini there. So cheers to you. Thanks for coming. Wow reba nathan are wants to know who ever heard from diana ross. After you had a hit with you keep me hanging on. no. I didn't. But i would be flabbergasted and thrilled to hear from miss diana ross. Huge fan erica from virginia. Ask darius as you have been an african american performer in country music for many years. What kind of advice would you provide or have you provided to kane brown. I would think that you have had to navigate issues of racism and those experience it kane. He's relatively new to the business. You know. I only tell cain anything. He's blowing out by himself but we've talked. I tell i tell jimmy all those guys you know beat themselves and it's all about soul you have got to have the song in in this business and if they've got great songs they're going to get a shot. They've had great songs and they've had number one. I love rebar. You still in touch with loretta. At all loretta lynn. Yes yes i am. Last time i saw her in person of course was last year the siyam as she came in to my dressing room and and we were all getting ready there together and she's a hoot so much fun greatest personality ever. I love with all my heart. Wow daria sam g wants to know what did you think of the hootie and the blowfish. Snl sketch from the nineties. And tim meadows impersonation of you. Oh i thought that was great. You know saturday night live you. Don't get on saturday night. Live unless you know you've made in the done something so i thought it was hilarious. I'm i'm i'm good at making fun of myself so when other people do it i definitely get the joke. Reba jordan k. Said i love your podcast episode. Where you talked about your come to jesus moment with your divorce. Are there any songs that feel different performing now that you went through that. Oh a i guess before the divorce. I was saying those songs. Because i knew people who had been through those situations and now i have so. I guess that's the difference. It's so cool that you met your answer. That was no. That was a good answer. That was a good answer. It's so cool that you met your current guy. I'm assuming that you met him on. The set of young sheldon is that right. no. I met him in nineteen ninety-one when we were doing the movie. Kenny rogers movie the gambler on that nineteen ninety-one and we've kept in contact with each other over the years and we all know that we both know the same people so it was just like good friends getting back together having dinner in january and then we started texting and talking on the telephone better during the quarantine. That's awesome you know. We lost kenny rogers during the quarantine and he was so wonderful and he meant so much to so many people. Are you guys going to be paying tribute. Tam at all at this would sure thanks. Yeah we have to. He's he's a he's iconic is one of the all time greats. I'm sure we are. Yeah all right. Well we will be looking forward to the may awards tomorrow night on. Abc at eight seven central hosted by reba darius. Thanks for hanging out with me tonight. Guys and we will see tomorrow night on. Abc thanks. Thanks thanks for listening to the podcast. Everybody hope you enjoyed the show. Remember new episodes. Go live monday through friday at four. Pm eastern time. Make sure you're subscribed rate rusty or not.

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5/23/19: Not For Long

Morning Mantra

08:13 min | 2 years ago

5/23/19: Not For Long

"Don't forget, if you need a mantra. You can always ask for one at info at coached in love dot com. Again, that's Email info I n f o at coached and loved dot com. Today's episode is sponsored by karma project. There are thirty seven million vehicles across nineteen manufacturers that have been recalled so far for having deadly Takata airbag thirty seven million. Do some good by alerting your friends and family about this recall, and earn a five dollar reward for checking your own vehicle. Chances are really good you or someone you know, has recalled Takata airbag in their vehicle right now both driver and front passenger position, airbags are affected. This means that you and your passengers could be at risk of being killed or seriously injured by metal fragments shooting out of your airbag. I checked to make sure I'm not affected. And it's important to me that all of you out there are also checking to see whether or not you're safe. 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Today's mantra is not for long not for long. If you remember who you in the bluefish, the lead singer, Darius Rucker broke off and made a country album of all things back around two thousand seven. There's a song on them here won't be like this for long and it goes through the stages of life, where this is what he and his wife were saying to each other, when they have a newborn and the newborn keeps them up all night long. And this is what they're saying to themselves when that, that baby is become a teenager in his giving them lip all the time, and this is what they're saying to themselves when one has cancer and is at the end of their life, and it's a beautiful beautiful bittersweet song. And it's a song that I come back to time and time again, in those moments when God have just got to get through this, and then have to step back and think, but this isn't a terrible place to be this problem that I have is not a terrible problem to have. This does not mean that your problems aren't valid. This does not mean that you don't have the right to complain. This does not mean that you don't have the right to suck. Both things can be true. That, yes, we're in a crappy moment at same time. The crap in this moment is produced by something beautiful that you have in your life. Both can exist at the same time simultaneously is not lack gratitude that keeps you in that moment is Seamount of sucking in that moment right now. I'm recording this mantra in my bathroom bathroom, and the reason is so loud, is it? My bathroom has a window that does not shut all the way. And it hasn't ver very long time we have felt the need to fix it. We've got a screen over the window. It's fine. It's sufficient, unless I'm trying to record a podcast. And the reason I'm in here. Is that every other room in my house is covered with family members, who sleep very very lightly? My mom in the next room to my kids on top over my husband in the bedroom. One are. Kids in our bid, my mother's sister who my kids. Call Mana who is the lightest sleeper of mall? She's on the main floor and then on the bottom floor. We've got two very lightly sleeping children. This is literally, the only place I could come to record a mantra. And I'm just waiting for someone to bust in here and demand. The toilet. And it's a little frustrating and a little bit maddening, and I'm off my schedule and off my rhythm. And I don't like that because I'm only one month into a brand new company. A God knows is going to happen with this company, but it certainly isn't going to grow if I keep getting thrown off schedule, and people aren't getting what they think they paid for. And, and, and, and, and, and Dan Dan, Dan. And it won't be like this for long. And these are problems. I never thought I'd have there was a time my life. When I never thought I would be happily married, that my family would wanna come see me that I would have children that would bring my family back out of our places of collective trauma, that we've been suffering through together, and never managed to heal into a place of actual functional happiness. Being here might be a pain in the ass moment. But it's pain in the ass moment. That's born of the miracle. Not all pain in the ass moments born of miracles. Even the ones that are in those moments if you can just take yourself out and think it won't be like this for long, and that kind of helps separate the beautiful moments from the really, really shitty ones. If you were experiencing a beautiful bit shitty moment today. I really wanna hear about it. If you're experiencing a moment, that's just plain shitting is not born of a place of beauty. We want to hear about that, too. If you need a mantra, if there's something we can do to help you get through let us now I promise, I'm going to try to record it a little bit earlier tomorrow, but I can't promise. It won't be in the same bathroom only with much more. Interesting sounds happening downstairs, wherever it is in your life right now that you don't necessarily want to be. You're not necessarily ungrateful be kind yourself. Be gracious. And remember it won't be like this for long. Coats. Loved, and you are winning. And you are definitely winning at life. If you subscribe, my Muslim newsletter. Follow me on Facebook or follow me on Instagram feel free to do. All three. 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Hour 2: 3/25/20

The Paul Finebaum Show

35:35 min | 1 year ago

Hour 2: 3/25/20

"They cried passion than Patrick. Three of college football leaves here. These Paul Finebaum. Show our to podcast. Welcome back great. First Hour we had The retired astronaut. Scott Kelly on and we're going to do on Even more interesting now Good friend Darius Rucker Who's been on tour for quite a while with Hootie and the blowfish all over the world and now nice enough to join us in Darius. It's been too long. I hope you're safe and well good afternoon. I'm good ball. Good how you doing man. And I'm definitely not going to ask for that but I listened to some of your mood music. Felt like I in outerspace. Yeah I I can't believe that especially if you those records released a you've had since I've seen you last. You've been all over the world and back a few times. What what does a world renowned entertainer do during a crisis like this nothing? You know. We're not doing nothing. She's staying in and trying to to wait it out. You know. It's crazy. I can't believe how much I Miss Sports. It's truly unbelievable to me that I say room like at this man cave made to watch sports and there's not a single sport. I'D BE WATCHING. I'd be watching English. Premier league soccer right now if it was all. I now now now. Let's try to make some levity to the show which has been to down but you're not going through the twenty nineteen gamecocks football season. Oh you know. I've watched all those games at the Georgia game. Come on. I'm really excited about this year that I said to somebody that you WANNA see. People go crazy telephone to cancel the football season. People will lose their minds. I'm not I'm not saying it's highly probable but there are some whispers about it and and it's a good point I mean right now. We're we're down enough. Yeah I mean it'd be I mean. Football is like this. Go Baseball's pastime. But you know full passion and like it's because if it was someone like me I'm I'm doing this year's at some shows this this is some shows and these months have been cancelled and my managers. Call me and go. Well you know this shows come and shows come in. We can make some. We can make those shows up and I'm like man. Isn't that like Missouri weekend? When I have an idea what kind of money you guys make for a Gig if you're turning that down to what's Missouri and South Carolina. Do I do. This is funny because this supposed to be my year off and and they were planning this this great tour in in the in the fall and this is my year off and it looks really cool. And it's GonNa be fun and and my manager actually said the meetings like. Can we not do this like next year? Early next year is like why are we because we started looking at every time every time they had a date that was on. I was a game football as we move that we play Sunday. Absolutely man I mean I I love going. That's that's that's why I worked so hard to get away. I am so I can go to a book. It's dairy rocker joining us. We talked a little bit about this when we we hung out together in in Columbia. And in you've been known to listen to Game Games was performing on stage. I mean th the attachment of you to this program is truly remarkable crazy. We were who we do this. We have this college golf tournament every year called the rookie and when we do for their for the teams we played for the teams in their parents and everybody. That's whether we get we book a small venue. We play shelf oil and one in one year we were playing the only played duke in a in a in the NC double as we played the Duke and that whole the whole gig. We played for an hour and fifteen minutes and the whole gig. The game was on like in three huge. Tv's right in front of us know what the TV's but but the game was on the whole. Also I guess by now you know the words. Oh Yeah I know well you do other words but I think that that program means a lot. It means a lot to me I is. You know as a cause I if I go on a different school my whole life when he changed it would. I don't think my life would be what it is. If I go in the South Carolina and in thinking about that right now we would be getting ready for the Sweet Sixteen. And you both know that. Don Staley's team was was ticketed for the championship. I mean they had the best team all year. Yeah that is You know sports wise of all this stuff is going on. That was one that was because it was. You know people always say to us. You know if if Mississippi State hadn't beaten Connecticut. You know you have a national championship and all that stuff and you hear it this year. That really the best team on every game I watched I was like wow. I mean. They're the best team on the court and to have that be ready to go in the NC Double A.'s. And Do Co. Staley had them ready to do. I mean that that's just the disappointment that they that go out earned that national championship ago January Darius Rucker and not only that This golf season. I know you can probably still get out and play off a little bit but but So much has gone down with a pandemic including the masters. I know you have a tournament as well That so many people show up for I'm hoping you're still able to to get out a little bit You know a little bit in with a couple of friends and everybody thinks they don't get too close to each other. I realize how truly antisocial golfing you know. It's it's it's one of those things where it's sad you know yes ma'am got cancelled and even our men's golf tournament. Cancel this year and then you look at all. The you know the masters saying they're going to talk to over and all this it's really. It's something like I was saying to the supermarket. I was saying kid that I just. I never thought I'd live to see something like this. Is this is an president? I WanNa talk about music for men because a lot of people have had more time than they ever thought they would And I'm a music has been your life other than game. Crock Sports. But what do you do when you have a little? I mean you're you're a writer. You're you're an entertainer. Are you able to maybe think about some things musically that you haven't had time to think about Oh absolutely that's that's been probably for me the best part of all this is having to be at home in that? I've been to my studio a lot and a lot of songs. They started and finished. I've been working on demos that we recorded. I hadn't finished. I'm finishing in in Back in putting the records together and it just feels feels good and you know it's always wanted around. Little always playing shows all tried to be dead and everything and and make sure everybody's okay and and you know usually it. Just don't get to music a lot now brought together all the time. So yeah. It's really helped me a lot to get back to before you go. Let me Let's get back to the thing you love the most and that's the gamecocks I do. I want to get your thoughts on that because We need to think about sports for a minute. We we we just got through talking to to an astronaut who spent six months and then another year in space about isolation need. I need a break from that. But it's been a rough. It's a rough well. It's been a rough probably lifetime for you watching Gamecocks Football. But but what are you assuming? We have a season next year. What are your thoughts? You know it's time to get better better. I mean last year was a good year. It was a year. You know where where you know. We showed some progress and things to go offensive line. Didn't play the way we thought they're gonNA play things and work out. You know in some games but you know I was. I was okay with it was promised he was probably saying now. It's time to take a step. We're not ready to to win the national championship yet. Even though when you talk to me before before season I'm going to tell you whether that's a chip but what are ready to do that. But we're ready to compete a little better. I mean I I WANNA go into places you know. I'm ready to go compete with Georgia. Even though we'd be the last year that was that was our our you know super bowl but I you know I like where we're going to be another step up in terms of you and When when this all ends and we hope it's not too far down the road We U You meant you. You alluded to it. Will you go back out Or I in that's is the WHO'd he is the WHO detour done. Or are you back? You just doing your normal stuff. Yeah back to the country I was over in Europe during a big deal doing their big country festival. When you know all this broken at the fly over they cancelled three shows but Do towards great. I mean that was a great year. We did things that I mean. Those more shocked than me. It was really cool to be out there doing that. You know when billboard toward the year and all that stuff is really cool you know we. We're GONNA to do it for a year and that's one of the things we do it again. We'll do three or four years and hopefully it will be just as big you know. There's no need to go and try to do that every year. I mean everybody's got their own lives now. I was with you when we come it was about. It was about to launch. And I know that you had some confidence that it would be successful. But videira this grouping not played in a long time was. Why do you think it was such a Smash Success? I Man I think people just wanted I think for a moment again. People Wanted Nineteen ninety-four yet. I mean people want it to all my. It was really cool. It was crazy to me because I like you. I didn't you know I remember what it was like thirteen. Fourteen years ago when we were putting seven thousand seats fourteen thousand seater you know and I remember that until it was like I'll do it but I just don't see it that I always I tell them all the time I was absolutely it was unbelievable. I think the I think the the main guys always the least convinced I couldn't. I can't relate to that because I've never done anything like what you're doing but but I'm I'm always the people around me. All this is going to work. I'M GONNA go. Nobody's going to want to listen to this. I'll do it but I'll be like it. Well they liked it and congratulations. I'm so happy for you and I know the next time we talk. We'll be we'll be we'll be. We'll be knocking the gamecocks and you'll be defending them. Picking them to too big to be everyone under the sun absolutely should be well. Thanks so much. Excuse me I went back to Ville Nineteen ninety-four. Thank you thank you so much gravy Darius Rucker joining us. He totally threw me because he's been predicting that for so long. I lost my train of thought. Listening to the Paul Finebaum show podcast. Welcome back what a great conversation with Darius Rucker. Jason is up next issue here in Birmingham Paul Gray tabby on. Yeah man had a great story for you. Sure so I played in a band playing in Florida and we were raining cats and dogs. We were making our way up. Yeah I don't know I think we're having trouble. Go ahead Jason. We lost you for a second year on. You got me Paul. Yeah you're on your okay fine so anyway by the time we get to. This club called rockefellers We're scheduled to play that evening. They Cook Hotdogs and hamburgers out on the porch for the van and is raining out there. it's me and my drummer and I get tapped on the shoulder and Just this random guy. I had no idea who he was and he said. Hey listen art. The manager told me to come talk to you guys. It's your night To play but we're playing a show at got rained out and We'd like to play for our fans. trust me. It'll be worth your while. We don't want any money. You know Blah Blah Blah. We're like sure whatever you know. He said we'll go on early. Like eight o'clock you know you're not going to till ten anyway so we go back to the hotel and Start you know making our way back to the hotel around showtime around eight thirty or nine and you can't even get close to the place so our door guy is throwing twenty dollar bills in the air. I mean we must have made five six thousand dollars at the door and that man was Darius Rucker in nineteen ninety eight. They had the number one song one at the time. And all they wanted to do was play for certain. You Know Core Group of fans and we'll out him to do that and they gave us every penny from the door that is. Now here's the clincher. This clincher as. We're like so excited about this. We're about to get ready to go on. My drummer gets the tap on the shoulder and he turns around and says let me guess. You're Joe got rained out and your band would like to play. And the Guy said actually yes and that turned out to be Scott stapp from creed. Oh man played. They played after us. Their management sat to our entire set fell in love with US signed to a management bill that night and three months later we were on Atlantic records. That is. That's an astonishing story. Well I really appreciate you. S rocker none of that would have ever happened. He has no idea that he was responsible for any of that. Just cool conduct guy that he is developed my entire musical career. It was unbelievable. Are you still active? I got three kids. I'm active but I'm not. That is hilarious. Yes sir well. I really appreciate you sharing that story and I'll make sure he knows it. Yes Sir appreciate it. You got it. He may be listening right now. Milly is up next milly. How're you doing pretty good? It's I thought that you guys are off the air for until after all of the disease stuff you know and it Sort of maybe said I live to see you guys from two until six our time. Of course how are you? Are you OK. Well kind of I'm been mostly said over the last few days My youngest sister died in Chicago. She had Stroke and a heart attack three years ago and she just couldn't pull out of it and because and because of all this problems I couldn't even go to the funeral They don't want you to travel and so it makes it Kinda miserable but anyway I wanted to find out how all of you guys are doing. Really were We're all a little scattered but We're we're doing considerably well. I'm really sorry to hear Here the new hopefully We will be back on television soon. So we can communicate more easily but You certainly have our deepest condolences and And and and be very. Well thank you thank you. Millie Jerome is up next. I hate your go. What are you doing? Mainly I've seen patio man talking to you man day man. You hit me Colorado need to get on so well you know what we got to learn how to cope with alcohol without spores power. Because you don't what the show support today you know it'd been on life support ever since down sports counter-dam a couple of weeks ago where we walk up at their four game. We you know a drum. What we're trying to do is is is help people. So if you don't if you don't like the interview we would just turn it down with me. I'm going to. I'm going to repeat what I said. And you know if you don't like it I'm sorry limitation. You Talk to twenty five times. It didn't have the nerve to act football. He goes by National Championship. Wouldn't national and nothing comes out. Well National Net then it then you talk to the answer night. What's his name retired? That's Scott The you actually. What about Earth home isn't just a planet? Full Day of food is viable. He's hitting MS nothing about. He is paid by three or four different times. You actually none about what he saw. They space they don't tell us that. Did I mean absolutely netted having you could act. Ufo what he saw down the move DC. You know people live up that anything which you actually what he built about hurt. You Lost Your Dam. I Jerome Sadly. The answer is yes. We'll take a short break. Bob Lee will join us next. You're listening to the Paul Finebaum show podcast really looking forward to welcoming our next guest. Bobbly the absolutely legendary Sports journalist at ESPN. He retired last summer He's now teaching and we are just thrilled to have his voice. Heard on this program Bob. First of all been too long great to have you want and hope you and your family are well and boy. I I really miss our conversations both on and off the Air Buddy. I do too and this is a time that I can. I can just close my eyes and here you hosting a program every day dealing with The issues that are so paramount in our country. I would like to talk for a second just about what you're doing now. I know you've been teaching some and of course that has probably been pushed to to online but a tell us about that part of your life right now. Well I did Did an online course on Monday. And I'm a graduate of Seton all the served on the board of regents there and And boy if only the basketball season it continued. Don't get me started the week with miles bell. We had a shot it. What it all. But now I've been working with the College of Education Arts and the arts to Just or two In Ritchie experience of the The students at a a a big event last fall with Bob Costas. Right campus and Next Monday we were to avoid done a similar event with Tim L. Hill but of course events who pushed that back probably the fall semester. Some Point Sarah wants to get you on board talk about things in your experience in in in in in your profession but that's the enrichment Time WITH THE GRANDKIDS. Time to read. Not Getting up at the alarm. Clock and justice is time for change and everything and tend to recalibrate and So it's been very. It's been a very good time and it's given me an interesting seat here over the last three or four weeks and. I want to talk to you about that because I've sat at home watching you broadcast so many currently important events in our lives it Was it seven years ago on early Spring Day. We saw you interrupt programming with the Boston. Marathon killings you you've been to such great work After nine eleven after so many other earthquakes just the the list is endless. In terms of important moments but bob from a wealth of experience as you have help help all of us put what we are currently going through into perspective. You know that well. I think we all can do it. Each on our own terms. I was speaking to my class on on Monday classic. Bj Schefter the professional in residence teaches chewing on it. And we're talking about nine eleven and I had to recalibrate as I was talking about our experiences in our decisions back then then. I'm speaking to some college students. Some of whom may have just been born and not even born yet when it happened and so we you know folks. Our Age take for granted some of the things that Th the references in time I remember growing up hearing my parents and grandparents tell me about the privations of living here in the states during world. War Two on the civilian front on the Home Front with rationing. Air Raid Drills and Just the change in lifestyle in the country not to mention the sacrifices being made telegrams arriving so it's all part of a long historical arch- but there's there's never been anything like this putting clearly I think you know in closest session. There were two events a couple of weeks ago that really I think rang the bell for American society. That was Adam. Silver is decision on the NBA. And Tom Hanks testing and testing positive. Obviously he and his wife for trending better and the NBA. You know obviously again showed leadership that other leagues I think It's not hard guys. Step up make the early decisions in accused later of overreacting but And by the way how difficult was that on one level for the NBA having already swallowed financial pill earlier this season over the whole China Hongkong Issue But I this there is nothing. There's no comparison for this and You know I sit and consume media you have to ration how much watching how much you're reap- because it can really get to you. After a certain point and on the air out perspective of sports the diversion of sports. I'll tell you it's true I had fallen down a youtube. Wormhole last night off guilty pleasure it was Rodney Dangerfield on the Carson show and Aric but then on the side menu big mets fan. Oh man that's highlight in Metlife lowlights highlights and I'm watching it for like fifteen twenty minutes and start getting more than a little wistful and emotional. So they're supposed be opening day And obviously it talks about my college university having a top fifteen teams that probably other stuff to get final four this year and you realize that the end of the day on one little. It's great to have that diversion but on the other hand It really doesn't matter because this is something and I grew up in the northeast. And then you were born. There grew up in New Jersey and we have a home in Connecticut. Still This I only use the word used in my class yet today. But this bleep is real. I mean is it real and you know that that's that's the wakeup call here and You know we have to take care of ourselves to taking care of ourselves to care of each other. So it's it's it's unique moment. I think for the country and then as a rich history of rising to moments like this. And let's pray that we all can because this is not a short term deal because by the time they the biological part of it is settled comes to the financial and economic part. It's GonNa take a while talking to Bob Lee Bob Strickland the sports. Part of it because You spent about forty years. I may have missed one at ESPN and just thinking If if we were if you were still there Setting the template every day for OT L. I'm really interested in not to make you go back in time. But where would you be focusing? Well I clearly. Some of the news is obvious. In two to three weeks ago I think it was a fairly straightforward linear job of reporting and giving perspective as the domino's of news. We're falling but now it's now it's a case of. I think finding the right. They're great human stories fall and we all know we can find them And finding the right tone and there are great stories that need to be pursued and and they almost sound distasteful but I think they need to be looked at which is you know who the winners and losers in this as it continues to go along because But again you you run the risk of it almost being Maudlin or expedient to pursue those storylines. But you know who's going to get paid what what business entities are gonNA PROFIT. Who is prepared for this How will this affect upcoming negotiations and various scenarios? What will the landscape be on the other side? What will leagues and organizations have to do to recapture what they may have May Have lost. What are they doing now to lower pay walls and just help the Commonwealth? You know just you know. Most most major newspapers not the Wall Street Journal and come on Journal get with lower their pay wall on all their chronic virus reporting. It's only the right thing to do. There's a public service component. There's an upside out of this in our in our profession in the wider sense ball. It is people understand and appreciate what real journalism means because facts and science and you know hard data. That's that's watering the desert right now. So I think I think it would be a mixture of You know and and there will be when it would be tough to fill a program because it's more of the same and You know an organization like ESPN a rich library. I think they're being very strategic and thoughtful and and creative and how they're beginning to utilize that but no one plans for this in in any sensitive imagination And so making it up as you go along but you know you know I. I'm not trying to blow smoke up by former employers. Said you know skirts here. But nobody improvises nobody innovates and nobody strategizes. I'm on the run better than that. People I know in that company so they are doing that even now bob. I WANNA close talking about the students that you have interacted with for some time and continue to do you. You mentioned that. They don't have the the appreciation that the two of US having a post award babies or two babies and having you know barely been able to remember the Kennedy assassination but but lived through everything else. What do you say to them at a time like this when when when they really don't have a lot to to point toward as as experience or understanding? I well one of the analogies I tried to do on the other day was that you know somebody asked me about the nineteen eighty nine earthquake at the world series when you know a a bunch of receiving five rose to the top of candlestick park which is my all time favorite part because it's not collapsed in a seven point one quake and we got on the air and you know the. I was never prouder to work With my colleagues and that day because it was magnificent what they were able to pull together we were on the air with fifteen minutes and talked about you know how you focus l. that it was a blessing that we add something to do. We had something just like you have something to do each day. Paul in terms of strategizing and planning and producing the program in these. You know bizarre unusual times and I my suggestion to the students was. You're in the middle of something here that you'll be telling your grandkids about in twenty thirty forty years you know your kids and your grandkids. Keep good notes Keep a journal. Whatever if you want to be a journalist work on all of these stories that are happening. I mean it's happening left and right. I spoke to them. I think Monday about mid day. I think you're happening real time. I should look at the look at the Olympics. Within Ninety minutes of our class it was apparent the Olympics are going to be castle. You know what's going to happen with the NFL negotiations? Even I on that how. How can financially wounded companies and financially? You know all the business plans are out the window. I see you have something to do in front of you I think. And if you can you can observe it. You can chronicle it. You can try and synthesize that you could write about it. You can store it It will it will help you through this time. It will make you a better journalist and and I it will in doing that. You will learn about everything else that we deal with us as society and the depreciation for sports role because it's really has receded and well it needs to and it has found its rightful place. And when we come back though and we will You know those those moments. When we're reduced to watching Youtube and leak video packages now. That'll be flesh and blood. You know when they run onto the field and the first football game of the fall. It's it's it's going to have an extra an extraordinary sense of meaning for people because you know it's everything we thirst for that we can't even touch it literally now can hear. I could hear this all day Bob. I hope you'll come back. I know you've got a lot to do for from mcclatchy standpoint To hear from you again I N and call me any point because we're all sitting here in place and we're blessed and I hope you and your family is doing well and I just you know take care of yourself and then try and find somebody who can help you have to resources. Reach out materially spiritually. Hillary can because that's how we're GONNA get through this incredible message. Bobby thank you. Thank you so very much all joy taking listening to the Paul Finebaum show podcast. We'll come back. Glad you're here really a fantastic conversation over the last hour with Scott Kelly. The astronaut Darius Rucker gave us a little humor and Bob Lee really fantastic perspective from him. Augie IS UP NEXT IN NEW ORLEANS. Hey Paul Can you give me the Dur- address so I can send my resume and I heard Some things just never change. I knew your show with sort of picked up last week and I couldn't really put my finger on it but yesterday when Jeff from Columbus called that. Just set off the alarms. That was why your show is so great. You didn't we didn't have to hear from Chaffetz. Do you have to wear earplugs when he calls you? Unlike on television I have these big Music Studio type earphones. That I'm wearing right now so I can just turn. I can turn one of them off and listen to music in the air well. Maybe he's hard of hearing so that could be another issue. But you've had some really interesting guests on. Have you ever thought about to me? This is a time that deserves or demands a philosophical reflective person and coach in the SEC. Who I think is probably the best philosopher of all Dale Brown. I mean in these times. Have you thought about it? You know it's funny Augie. I was just going through my messages. And I saw an email from him he He might be the best. You're absolutely right I I hope we should put him on our list. He would be phenomenal. He and I ran into him a couple of times when I was a student on campus and brought. Abernathy was one of his system on. What a great guy. He was just a great guy and he just talk to students but coach Brown he was. He's really a great guy in that Thirty for thirty. Dale Shack is absolutely great. And he's won them all time favorites So I think it'd be a great. It's it's funny quick story here I was talking to my old editor. the other day stand tyner in Louisiana in Dale Brown. Helped me get my first sportswriting job? They're all stories. That seem to trickle out about Dale Brown. How he's had a finger and things and they're always things with a positive uplifting trend. Never anything bad. I've not heard one thing bad about. I've heard people complain The Guy didn't stop talking he's philosophical but those are the things that make great of course. Those are the things that are going to take some people off but I think he's. He's avenues ulysses. What are the most influential people in my life because Yeah he he really went out of his way? I met him in college when I was in school. As as a sports writer. And I I didn't have a lot of experience and We he took to me as he does too many and we started talking and he made a call and I have a job in Louisiana for my first year at school and it was It was an incredible experience In all without him I wouldn't have gotten the job. Well he's he's definitely on my all time favorite. Tigers of of any sport or any position But you know this this whole thing brings out. I guess any crisis brings out the best and the worst in people and there was something I read online an article of a arch priest in Italy where he gave up his ventilator for somebody younger seventy two and he passed away. Now no doubt. And by the way seventy two sounds old to young people but in terms of elderly it's really I mean It would it would be if you were seventy two running for president the United States right. Now you'd be young exactly as as we get older seventy-two doesn't seem to be that far off But I mean there. I'm sure there are thousands of examples of that that are happening now going on around the world and you were right in and I know probably just mentioned it. Sports sometimes leads the way for society. And I think what really brought this whole thing home to people that wow this is really bad the NBA and the NCAA canceling now. That was a moment. That was the moment of truth. Augie thank you always enjoy the calls. We'll take a break two more hours. 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Where do you stand on computerized strikes up. It just feels to me as if some of the humanity has been bled. Let out of the game. Here's dan patrick. Welcome to the program. It's hour one on this tuesday. Dan danettes dan. Patrick show took the day off yesterday. Today spend some time with adam sandler on cape cod. We were shooting a movie. It's about halloween more details on that forthcoming but good to be around san dan man <hes> some other people in the movie kevin james ray liotta the woman from modern family julie bowen jake bowen yes i she's not my scene but she's in the movie but saul san magno say ray liotta ray liotta is in the movie wow yeah no kinda a strange and it was interesting seeing ray liotta because it brought me back to a person who works with the yankees who said to me in the last week hey <hes> have you heard anything about the yankees going to the field of dreams in iowa to play baseball game. I go no but thanks for telling me he goes. Oh well. Maybe i shouldn't say anything. I said well you already did and he said yeah. I think that they're looking at trying to play. Maybe two games in the field of dreams james in davenport iowa yeah and then i googled it to see if there's anybody saying anything about it and i didn't see anything but somebody somebody with the yankees so ray liotta of course was <hes> in field of dreams. Yes mclovin. Are they gonna play some of the old great yankees. Yes twenty-seven murderers row yeah those those guys are coming out of the cornfield to face the yankee now entering from the cornfields now batting number four lou gehrig garrigue rig and then you've only probably have like five people in the stands just like they did with field of dreams all right so it's great to be back a lot of things to talk about. We'll talk to ricky fowler. Rickie fowler will be on the program coming up a little bit ed reed ravens hall of fame safety and the golden state warriors head coach steve kerr will stop by as well all of fame weekend with the inductions bins carter's back for another year. Tom brady and the patriots agreed to a two two year contract. Extension and details of that new deal with the patriots leaked out earlier this week and one thing is for sure. Brady is still a bargain. I don't know y writers and broadcasters voters. Don't factor in what you make when you look at an m._v._p. And i'll go back to the argument. I tried to make years ago when a rod was going to win the m._v._p. And i said okay if i'm looking at value. I have to look at your salary as well we do this is with the n._f._l. The reason why seattle was so good because russell wilson was on a rookie deal the rams with jared goff on a rookie deal. Oh the cowboys dak prescott with the rookie deal. Why don't we factor in what you make. In accordance to how valuable you are because some of these guys are a bargain and big. Papi was a bargain for the red sox. A. rod was not a bargain a. Rod was costing austin. You twenty five million dollars poppy. I think was making five million dollars now. I know you don't have a salary cap in baseball. It's different but in football. I don't you know you got a salary cap there. You know basketball what you make. I should it be factored in. I guess right feels like that but i look at brady as one of the great bargains in sports history twenty three million dollars for this year now that sounds like a lot but i knew where he is on the highest paid list for quarterbacks mclovin. Do you have that they were throwing out the number six okay well. He's forty two and it sounds like he's gonna play for a couple more years. Last year. He was still effective by the way when a super bowl things that distinguish him from other quarterbacks or timeless a factor in his brain competitiveness cool under pressure. Yes you have bella check in the role that he plays bela. Check in design a lot of different things for a lot of different quarterbacks but you still have to implement those and brady is still able to do that. Brady is famously quoted loaded by me. Even though i can't tell you who he told the quote to when somebody i know said to brady you know how long you gonna play and he goes. Why would i stop. It's so bleeping easy because he's figured it out. He's figured out what i need to do. How i do it in interchangeable parts there but because of brady brady they're able to afford these other players look at the number of players on the patriots where they're probably making four to eight million dollars and brady is saving you money and you know it's it's team friendly there now. Not all quarterbacks are married to a supermodel and i know that that maybe part of it. She's there's no salary cap for giselle. I think she's making at least forty million dollars a year but you know tom say look look this t._b. Twelve diet. I'm able to play. I still feel good. He doesn't have to rely on his athleticism. Just he wants to win and when you win it's it's great for business. Just ask tiger woods. Just ask michael jordan because you can be a fascination. You can be a highlight and jordan realized that took a while i think jordan was seven years in before he won his first title if that sounds right and then after that you know you hey i can lead the league in scoring <hes> <hes> you know ham air jordan all these highlights. Are you winning because magic wins. Isaiah winds larry wins. They're they're going to be ranked higher than you on the all-time list unless you win and at one point i think michael was fifth or sixth highest paid player on his own roster but you know these small small-cap advantages help. That's why teams like these young players on that first contract so it's rare to find a bargain with the veteran quarterback but tom brady's exception almost in every way including that price tag there as they move forward. He wants to try to continue to pile on super bowls and that's what it's about. He's never been a regular season phenomenon and you can go back when ready. Moss was there when they had the near perfect season but that's it you know when when they wanted to air it out they could era <hes> they can beat you at your game. I mean that's the fascinating part of the patriots end bill belichick. He can take your players and beat you. He can take his players <music> n._b._a. Chew but brady still makes it all work. He implements everything that needs to be put into place and i can't say slowing down because i i do think his arm is stronger but he's he's not fast to begin with so i don't know if you can slow down if you were never fast but the the mental acuity of being able to understand in process and put it into real type i saw a couple of negative things written about brady yeah but he distinction dunks. Thanks you know okay and maybe other teams should as well. That's why carolina with cam newton decided. Maybe we should dink and dunk. Hey just looked up. It's working for the patriots here. It works for drew brees here. Maybe we should do that as well but <hes> brady brady takes what you give him and sometimes she'll take more than you're giving him. Yes mclovin. You're cringing. You said you're right. He does take in in dunk. Okay so what i don't know. It's just funny that you know. He didn't throw a lollipop of gronk grabs out of mid air. It's amazing. If you really want to do it you conservative deflate tom brady. I wonder if anyone in history we'll do oh. Did you really just do that. Oh my god i was subconscious. I didn't even mean to do that. Okay go ahead. You wanted to flay no. I don't think so i think he's amazing but he does not have the great long ball which we always are characterized with a great quarterback. How many times have you heard these guys gotta. He's got a cannon. He's got a gun like a million guys like okay jamarcus russell. There are a lot of guys who have a strong arm. What do you do with cabernet. Catta unbelievably strong jeff georgetta strong or so and throughout history has people been making draft mistakes based on strong trauma. Probably i was wondering this because i'm looking at the list of the best players in the n._f._l. How many of those players in the top ten were were mislabeled member aaron donald. Nobody knew about aaron donald you sorta did oh under-sized and oil okay. Maybe a play a role. He's the best defensively he's going to be a hall of famer patrick mahomes how many look at look at the scouting report look then how many people didn't think that patrick mahomes was going to amount to anything you can look at a scattering portsmouth homes a lotta worth project. Take a while to learn system. Blah blah blah take too many chances. We have no idea what we're doing when it comes to assessing talent brady greatest quarterback of all time montana and went third round mahomes who knew aaron donald who knew khalil mack people said well he went to buffalo. I mean come on. He can't be that great and went to buffalo played against inferior talent here all of these people who do this for a living and that's why i always i trust to people who are in this business. One is a scout. One is a former scout and i always say just make just tell me what i need to know. Who's rising. Who's falling. Would you love what do you not love be honest no name attached to it and all they do is they listened to the show and they keep let me honest on these things but i didn't know anything about. I loved mahomes when i watched him at texas tech but only because i i came in on that monday after the oklahoma game i said even during that game i go dude turn on texas tech and oklahoma does mahomes is out in your backyard playing football. That's what it looked like oklahoma state. I should say and and you know so. I i didn't know and then all of a sudden we got closer baker mayfield. Nobody had him that no one that's what's amazing acing about this when you're trying to assess talent value and even the top ten players in the n._f._l. How many were julio jones. We knew was going to be a great. He's he's in that group lady on bell who knew right zeke elliott. I think a lot of people thought you're drafting him that high. He's going to be greg greg but just look at the top ten players in the n._f._l. How many of those players did people have correct like they predicted there. Would there was going to be success. Antonio brown came out of nowhere right a lot of these players. I mean drew brees was a second round. Pick undersized under-sized a guy who didn't run. He's thrown for seventy thousand yards. That's what's that's aaron rodgers. He went to the end of the first round. Everybody paxton aaron rodgers who many people consider the most talented quarterback in history of the game when at the end of the first round and that's why i always laugh when he see mock drafts or people assessing what's going on and i always say let the scouts get their hands on then you're gonna find the real truth in in the in those lists yes point. I think that must be the toughest thing to figure out almost impossible to figure out what are they gonna do what our players do star players when they get to the league and they get rich. Are they going to still work out and try to be the best player they can or okay cool. It's cool being an n._f._l. Player. I don't know how you could research that going into the draft. Well i also when you get a modicum of success and then what is it mean you know brady said to me years ago. If i was drafted in the first round i probably wouldn't be in the league. I needed time. I needed to be able to watch what drew bledsoe was doing to understand what bill belichick was trying to do. I get that but you know there's. I wanna know how you are in the room. When when you sit down and talk and i asked you questions just who are you. Are you hungry. Those kind of things and you go back to brady. I mean he's the classic example. Now you look at him. You go him. People thought joe montana was a kicker when he showed up at niners camp they did. They thought he was the kicker acre because he if you meet montana you're like how can that guy be one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time he's he's slight. I'm bigger than montana on tanna. Yes boeing even emmett smith like the first time i see emmett smith and personally. That's the greatest running back i mean production-wise bears out now but he's about five nine and a half. He's not jacked. He's in good shape and everything but he looks like a kind of guy you'd see at your local gym was in really good shape five nine and a half berry sanders. I just see him. He go. I don't know each short and all of a sudden you see him on the football field and you go oh he's fan aaron donald six feet tall pearl of tickets to rams camp and i'd never seen aaron donald person like oh with spikes on we were eye-to-eye but he's twice the four times as wide as you and he runs be i looked at aaron. Donald draft profile file and they don't have great things to say about him when he was in college but he really blew up at the combine his speed numbers were crazy. Dan patrick show brought to you by truecar they show you what other the people paid for the car you want so you can recognize a good price when you're ready to buy a new or used car visit truecar and enjoy more confident car buying experience. Here's tom brady talking talking about his contract and says that basically it's geared year just like any other n._f._l. Player i mean it's really the reality for most guys in the n._f._l. You know i don't want to think that i'm any different than everyone else like. It's football's business. It's a production business in <hes> you know i'm i'm ready to go this year and that's really what what matters and as for my focus is. It's it's a unique situation. I'm in you know twentieth year with the same team and <hes> you know be forty. Two years old owed so pretty much on charter territory. I think for everybody and <hes> you know i'm gonna go out there and do the best i can this year and and see what happens. I'm wondering if he didn't give the team a discount like what what is his value on the open market. Let's say somebody could sign tom brady. What would they pay granted. You gotta factor in his age but i don't know throw out a team. I'm trying to think you know. Let's say jacksonville had an opening owning instead of nick fly is just going to say what would jacksonville pay for. Tom brady on the open market. Would they pay him thirty five million dollars here. I mean you you came. You were a quarter away from beating the patriots to represent the a._f._c. In the super bowl a couple years ago would brady be worth that kind of money at that age on the open market yes mclovin. I was thinking like a big market. Sizzle team like the redskins or the dolphins somebody who would want the jacksonville so small market they might not pay but remember how badly teams wanted payton when he was coming off that next surgery yeah so i think they they would dive in the hall of fame weekend. Champ bailey ronnie lott. Ronnie lott was mentioned. I should say by ed reed. Did you know they they pay homage to the best safety in in football history but you know you had some great players. <hes> tony gonzalez going in it was fun. It was fun to listen to that. <hes> you know you get the stories. Do they go on too long they do and and i know that you can not not watch that person if you don't want to but if i'm waiting for somebody to come up i you know i'm flipping back and forth and tony's going thirty nine minutes minute tony in tv. Tony should know thirty nine minutes. That's no go you just be fair to everybody there. That's all you okay. If you can't get in everything you need to get in and twenty minutes then we're going to start editing your copy here and next year the one hundredth anniversary anniversary the league. They're going to let twenty twenty former players into the hall of fame. How long do you think those speech chooser. They're going to have to start tomorrow. Get around to this but thirty nine minutes. That's the longest speech ever tony gonzalez a wonderful player tony and you know the beginning part we talked about being bullied and you know i got it but thanks some people tell a couple of stories and that's it you know mclovin. So how were they twenty or. They're going to do like the oscars where you hand out some the day before like the technical awards well. How do you get twenty people to be able to get up there. In the course of its gotta start during the morning. It's like breakfast in canton. There will be five modern era players like normal that will go in next year the hall of fame class but then the forty eight selectors. We'll be asked for a. b. c. yes no vote on a slate of fifteen senior members like players from way back then contributors and coaches so there could be up to fifteen that those people going in as well up to fifty. It looks like fifteen or going in okay. There's two players that i think should go in and one just just passed away and that's cliff branch. Unfortunately him passing away you then revisit his career. You see the highlights you you see the numbers cliff branch and bob hayes were to the originators of spreading a defense bob hayes was the olympic sprinter and and cliff branch who played for the raiders was one of the fastest players in n._f._l. History i think a couple of years he averaged twenty yards per carry. That's twenty yards per catch yeah at age twenty eight nine hundred seventy six he averaged twenty four point two yards catch for the season and twelve touchdowns but that's the way the game was back then they had daryl lamonica on the mad bomber and they freddie bulletin a cough would have been like ethel merman before edelman and cliff branch was just going to take the the top off the defense he was going to beat you deep and he was such a weapon for that team and freddie is in the hall of fame love freddie bullet nikolov but freddie benefited from cliff branch and maybe say the other way around but cliff would be too deep and i hope that he gets a chance you know posthumously to get into the hall of fame and the other one is zach thomas the former dolphins linebacker if you if you sit down with players who played against it's the dolphins in zach. Thomas and i'm talking about quarterbacks. They're gonna tell you one of the smartest players they ever played against. Guys will tell you you go to line of scrimmage called play zach yells out where the plays going peyton told me i called an audible and it was a fake audible audible and zach. Thomas says it's a fake that's fake. He was calling out fake audible. That's how great zach thomas was. I don't know what his the numbers are. I still do they test cliff. Branch is cliff branch every bit. What lynn swann is different wasn't athletic in you know no like ballet in lynn because the steelers were so great and he had a couple of big catches in the super bowl that stood out and that steeler steeler teams as good as any team i ever saw in my life but cliff was and i guess this is what it comes down to you. Start to compare with other receivers and cliff branch was every bit wetland swan. Was you know he was different but he was every bit. I don't know what zach thomas. I don't know how many pro bowls all pro. I don't know any of that stuff. All i know is when he was on the field. He was one of the best people on the field. Yes mclovin by another guy. I on that list is <hes> sally is going to be next year and i hope to record and may even get in the speech with tony now. I you know 'cause people say you know why a._o._r. New champion tony boselli. I just know i just know when i see and when i saw i don't know tony. I didn't know him until i said he should be. In the hall of fame jimbo mbo covert who played for the bears was a hall of he's a hall of fame. You know lineman. I mean he just is whether or not this is too and i'm more lenient <hes> than i guess. Most of these writers are but there are certain players i just i see them and i feel like they're hall of famer. Simple zach thomas eight pro bowls five times check the five times all pro five times all pros. There's not too many people who are five times all pro not in the hall zach zach. Thomas is a whole famer cliff branch qualifier selling hall of famer jimbo covert famer. 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Make the reliable investment in reliable energy the dominion energy reliability investment to find out more or go online to reliability investment dot com. That's reliability investment dot com best in worse to the weekend. We'll give you that since i was off yesterday. By the way i ran away from home. I went to see hootie and the blowfish twice. I went up to <hes> right by lake winnipeg sake in new hampshire <hes> if you get the chance to go to lake winnipeg sake in new hampshire wolf borough is the town do it great so i saw the blowfish up there and then i went to mansfield massachusetts outside of foxborough saw the blowfish there and then end state over at the cape and then shot the sandler movie yesterday but i got on stage and i i wasn't invited. You just got onstage. I walked on stage. I'm off to the side of the stage when i watching the show and all of a sudden the encore only only wanna be with you and i went well. I think they're really saying that to me. Dan only wanna be with you is how i interpreted that i went on stage agent started playing the bongos not well by the way but <hes> did go up there and then you know one of the guys who does play the bongos. He had a microphone and he leans in and we're singing. Only wanna be with you and darius rucker. The lead singer turns around right he he knows my voice so he turns around and he's like with disgust. He's like oh my god. I got up there. Both nights only want to be with you i don't. I don't know if anybody has video of that but i was up yes mclovin. I've been googling it. I keep hitting that old video that he did for the blowfish back in the nineties with you in it but i can't find this weekend but i don't have a lot of you in the original video yeah yeah yeah yes paul. Should they have given you a mike that was turned off not to your knowledge to let you kind of have fun singing but not actually participate gave me a microphone and the sound own guy billy did not turn it on because i saw him. Maybe that was the plan. Yeah and i said i said billy. You ruined a lot of people's night because just turned off my microphone. I said don't do that. You're cheating these people. I was gonna give them quite a presentation. They came to see yeah. Yeah yes for sounds very similar to a wrigley field seventh-inning straw boy. That's still one of my favorite stories that we've we've been involved in a lot of fun. Things and i throw out the first pitch at wrigley and then we got to sing the seventh inning stretch the take me out to the ball game unbeknownst to me. They gave aide the danettes microphones to share those microphones weren't on and fritzy is singing. He's like he's poverty. The eyes closed swaying. He's got his eyes closed and buy me some peanuts and practicing for like forty five minutes. Whatever one of the officers with the p._r. Getting well fritzy which i could hear fritzy in the hallway and he was he was clear like he was trying to get his voice ready like take don't ever get back all the words it's root root joint say cubbies or home team and i got done with that rendition and it's darius rucker who said dude the danettes. Mikes were so that's even better. That's that's the that's the best. I come fan and i was not bothered back. 'cause i know it can't sing and i didn't wanna embarrass myself up there. So i still participated. It was so good it was so sneaky good and i don't know if we ever would have found out but you know when dares goes to the microphones aren't on. I i want that made it even better already. We've got a poll question mclovin. We have options. Where do you wanna start great aside defensive back ever tom tom brady. We have a little we get into the all m._b._a. Decade team okay. That's that's something tastes. A little hard knocks to our tonight yeah by the way here's jon. Gruden talking about antonio brown and antonio brown is got. I don't know if you've seen his feet. He's got these crazy huge blisters on the bottom of his feet as a bit of a turnoff if i was if you're in defeat yeah that was not good <unk>. I'm not in feet but that was <hes> that's ugly. Here's jon gruden talk about antonio brown i mean i think we're all disappointed. We think he's disappointed. We like to get the party started. We'd like to get him out here. He's big part of this team but in time we're going to continue to work hard and we've seen a development of some other receivers receivers were excited about all righty got that voice sound even more southern. He's ready. He's ready for tonight with hard knocks there yes e._s._p. Ours feet injured or they just jacked up from years of playing football. I health. I don't know how we got these blisters but do you remember when we were at pebble beach. Each and <hes> jordan speech showed us his hands and he's a young guy all their new orleans his hands look. They've got like extra knuckles in different places. These calluses look like an offensive lineman. It was really tough to look at like brian. Baldinger probably goes man. What's wrong with your hands dude but jordan speaker like gnarly yes but antonio brown like isn't that he must be wearing the wrong cleats or something right. I mean the his his feet shouldn't be blistering like that that means that he did something wrong not that yeah i really hard. That was what i thought i was like. Oh my god i guess the shoes the socks yes paulie. Dan countries star lead singer putting the stairs record on aid and so there. How are you feeling my hands are really sore from playing the bongos i. I don't play that they are you. Don't the boggles you fight the okay. When did you realize i was singing on stage. Oh <hes> <hes> there in gary in my vocal gary gary's in my ear but i think when you come up turn it down here so go darius look back and there you are to slap into your your your slap them like you hate them and i'm like oh my god he's gonna break the goes again and then you're gonna get banned from the states once again. Then i help or hurt the show or you always make the show okay for the the audience laughing you make it better for sure and i know that dairy dairy says these earpieces like fbi so he's able to the block out all the noise and i love to just throw in a little subtle message to darius when i'm singing so i got this microphone and then i'll go and just just a mess with him because he still has to sing the thing and if you guys have sold out every place you've gone but if you get an opportunity to you see the blowfish it's fun. It's great now. I've never been on stage at madison square garden where you guys are going to be saturday and sunday. I've never played the guard is what i'm trying to say. It'll feel about to change you guys. Should i ask for permission or beg for forgiveness dude. Have you ever asked anybody. Hey jim but you guys as you played the garden before right yeah man this yeah. We played a few times spray good still mad at the garden. It's pretty cool garden. I know this whole tore. It's pretty cool management crazy. I know oh by the way <hes> just wanted to know how your dolphins are going to be. If i said you can start josh rosen or ryan fitzpatrick patrick. Who do you want to say right probably get your pan out okay. Oh no here. We go with pasok fitzpatrick every m._v._p. Here for right down everybody patrick m._v._p. Forty two touchdowns this year forty forty two. You've been drunk yeah. Hey it was a lot of fun fun and i'll see you this weekend. In new york the new york okay all right. That's <hes> darius rucker lead singer blowfish yeah because he he he blocks out all the noise and then he can hear when everybody's singing and the guy was talking about gary green he does like the percussion he does bongos. He does a lot of different things tampering hiring and gary at his microphone and so i'm singing into that and by the way only wanna be with you. That's not in my vocal range nominee songs are that's not one of my that's not one of my strong suits there but a lot of fun great great to see those guys back. I met him twenty four years ago. I was at augusta and they didn't think that i would know who they were and they walked right by me and i didn't find out until later that they wanted to sail oh but they didn't think think i knew and i knew who they were. I didn't see them at at augusta. I didn't think i'd walk you know around augusta nc hooting the blowfish but embarrasses had nine nine number one country hits by himself and he you know he incorporates like wagon wheel couple of songs that are his into the show but a lot of fun great gracie those guys a lot of fun through the years. A lot of trouble we got into a couple of phone calls here by the way let's go to tony in washington. Hey tony what's on your mind today. Hey dan yeah. I got a question. I didn't know what you guys think of oh n._f._l. Rookie contract <hes>. I kind of side with zeke you you know he's he's played forty games in his career and rushed the ball over nine hundred times for over four thousand yards and he's still got two more years on a rookie contract. He blows his knee out. This chance for a big payday goes flying out the window. I think two years is probably long enough. Well and i understand what you're saying and thank you for the phone. Call it something we've talked about. It's almost like there should be a special dispensation for running backs in the n._f._l. With these rookie deals sales if you're a first round draft pick you know maybe four years instead of five because there's wearing i drafted a running back that high i would use him as much as i could for five years and then i would move onto the next running back. I would not sign a running back to a second year deal. Now that being said dead lady on bell sat out last year he goes to the jets. I understand why the jets did that because they need a little bit more of a safety blanket for you know when you have a young team like that you know you. You have to have that guy that get out of jail card. If there's trouble there and later avion bell can help you in a variety of ways. The quarterback for the jets is sam darnold. Sorry for the memory lapse ups their way. They got a young quarterback. There jets quarterback forgettable definition. No i should remember sam darnold but i just forgot sam darnold yes so based on that argument shouldn't ezekiel elliott sit out eight or nine games the next two seasons he needs to play like half the season's new crew the season like he's only getting paid x. amount of dollars for these games games why not save your legs for later in your career and i don't know how that goes over in the locker room that that's the only thing dallas else needs him they do but he does need dallas. It's a tricky situation for running backs. I i i understand what lay beyond bell was going to do and did and we're gonna see if he's able to reap the benefits. He's not going to get that money back but it was different because he was a franchise franchise tag that was fifteen. Million zeke is still on his at least get through this season. That's the you gotta take care. Dak prescott prescott amari cooper before you do see kelly that that would be the approach. I would have fun jerry jones. I would say to zeke look. You're going to get paid. Okay okay but i gotta take care of those two guys because their contracts before yours are yup. You said they both need each other but it feels like the dallas cowboys. It's not like <hes> ezekiel. Elliott's a running back in a passing team. He's a running back on eighteen to seems to run. I it seems like he he does have the leverage right now and they don't have like a de ngelo williams behind them or even a james caan. I don't think they have a high end guy. They do not got alfred morris but they do need if they have any hopes of going to the playoffs doing some damage there. They need ezekiel elliott. They do because zeke help. Stack zeke helps amari cooper but i think lost austin. All of this is that offensive line is maybe the best offensive line and football. That's certainly help zeke elliott get to this point where he's going to be asking for some pretty crazy numbers here club. That was weird that you did jerry line without jerry's voice. What did i you said look ezekiel. We're gonna pay you and you said it in like normal ormeau well. They are going to pay him. Look zeki will zeke. We're going to pay you what you're worth because we need you. We want you to need us and then we can all win. Yes that's what i paid for. I love it sounds. I was like you would hear me on sunday morning church. Yeah you're selling something in the south right there yeah zeke we need you. You need us us and we can. Oh win together. Prays cowboys take a break here. Play the day coming up next this summer. There's only one trusted place that lets you get in on all your favorite sports betting action that online dot a._g. Sign up up today for a free account at bet online a._g. And use promo code podcast one for your fifty percent off welcome bonus or text bet now two two three eight six six nine. That's b. e. n. o. w. two three eight six six nine to receive your fifty percent. 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Thank you for downloading subscribing at of course supporting and now back to the show stay tuned for sixty seconds of news headlines right after this podcast the of the day check this out waldo right fields going to fall in for a basit and he's got the cycle giada hits for the psycho the the fifth auriol to do so orioles lose nine to six to the yankees little daft punk air orioles television network work daft punk is playing in my house my health. I was seeing i seeing i saw a stat on the orioles. The yankees have hit at least five home runs in three games against the orioles this season that ties a baseball record the most five home run games against a single opponent the the yankees have hit thirty two home runs at camden yards this season the most at an opponent's ballpark in season in baseball history instead of the day the day that stat of the day stat of the day comes that one stat of <hes> <hes> play the day brought to you by chrome sof the ball the change the ball and <hes> chrome soft x available with triple track technology and actually improves. You're putting get the ball. The change the ball and callaway golf dot com got our poll question mclovin. Let's not through these options here if you were a player. Would you want to be on hard knocks. No if i was a coach now what does that marketing and all that no the raiders don't want to be on dogs with a management but we're not sure maybe some of the players want to they might but but chooses the guy that you don't know much about i get or or an assistant coach that you don't know much about. I had an n._f._l. Scout who got ahold of me over the weekend and he said did you see the former brown's assistant coach who was on e._s._p._n. And i i don't know the name he mentioned the name he said the things that he said are dead on with the cleveland browns that this is gonna come down to freddie kitchens can freddie kitchens maintain this environment with with the cleveland browns it is he able to coach this team juicy where freddie kitchens came out and said anybody who leaks any information is going to be fired <hes> and good luck with that what if odell beckham junior leak some information there baker mayfield but yeah i think the brown round season comes down to how freddie kitchens manages all of this and that's a lot to manage for even inexperienced head coach but i don't. I don't know if i would like having all those cameras in there and i know you're supposed to get editorial control but still i'd just and i've i've been told by a player who it was on hard knocks <hes> he doesn't play longer retire knee said you know after a while you don't see them. They do a great job at not being seen. That's the goal but i don't know management sees it and coaches. They see it as well. Yeah see at one clip that jon gruden they had released from hard knocks. I think and he's talking to the guys it's like yeah. You guys your dream to be here right. I'm not into the nightmare. What are you talking about. Uh-huh and didn't he say make. I want you to end somebody's dream. I want you to be a dream enders to be like nightmares. Okay coach i. I don't watch it going to sleep. I want you to drink during the daytime. What okay coach <hes> okay really nightmare three. I'm just curious how thicker her gruden's accents going to get through hard knocks because it it can counter. You know he'll get deal. Let it drag out a little bit like the more scrunchy punchy is facing the more the accent those you can look at eight toes antonio on that one foot there. There's got toes. Our player cut his toe offer the team. Literally cut us off now. 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Hour 1 - Darius Rucker (12-02-19)

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Hour 1 - Darius Rucker (12-02-19)

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He'll join US tomorrow. But police here mclovin Fritzy and yours. Truly you can be part of the program as we always do every Monday. Best and worse to the weekend again. What you saw that? You like to didn't like a little bit later on Auburn's Charles Barkley will join us to talk about Auburn's big win over Alabama Gary Danielson CBS sports he was on the call for Auburn. Alabama will join US coming up a little bit later on as well. I think Darius Rucker the great country country singer Houdini blowfish lead singer and dolphins fan would like to call in. I think and talk about his dolphins to which I said to him last night when he text me about how how. `Bout fits magic. And how about them. Dolphins I go. You don't WanNa win do you're screwing things up. But he's all excited that his dolphins he's got the big win against the Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia. You Know Philadelphia was having just an average year. Maybe a little better than average. Then I think Jason Garrett would probably been fired but the fact that Dallas is probably still going to win that division. Somebody's winning the division. It won't be the giants and it won't won't be the REDSKINS IT'LL BE DALLAS PHILADELPHIA. Yes mclovin so you're saying the eagles have a good chance here. They they do still have a chance here. Believe it or not but but man when you're talking about bad losses so Philadelphia loses on the road to Miami Dallas Loses at home in front of one of the largest audiences. We've had on Thanksgiving thanksgiving or a regular season game in the last twenty years. So it's one thing that a lot of people tuned in to see Another thing that a lot of people tune in into see you lose to buffalo at home short workweek for Dallas and now they've got the Chicago bears. Misery loves company a six and six bears team six and six Dallas cowboys team. That'll be coming up Thursday. You know the biggest challenge football teams faces and always on the other. Side of the line of scrimmage. Sometimes Times it's not opponents but it's expectations and whether or not they're your own expectations your fans over the media's and if you look at the Cleveland browns and even the Eagles they were supposed to be contender certainly the eagles both teams suffering terrible losses on Sunday. That may knock them out of playoff contention. You know the cowboys. They're there's still in the postseason picture. But nobody's happy with Jason Garrett in College Football Jim Harbaugh was supposed to lead Michigan back to prominence the wolverines got roughed up another embarrassing loss to Ohio State and then Alabama supposed to be in the title game or at least the final four every year. They lost to Auburn and they won't be in the final four this year. A lot of disappointed people in all of these fan bases and now things get interesting because when expectations aren't meant somebody always pays as the price. Nobody's paying the price in Alabama and as far as the coaching staff there. Somebody's probably paying the price for the Dallas cowboys if they don't go to the NFC title game and the only thing I would caution Michigan haters even Michigan fans. who were you getting? Who is better than Jim? Harbaugh because as you can say well we got it. We got to get rid of it. Okay it's like USC with Klay help no we gotta get rid of him. Okay are you getting urban Meyer. Are you getting James Franklin. who were you getting where you go? All these gotta be better than Clay Helton. Harbaugh still gives you nine or ten wins a year. I know this. This is about a rivalry. I know this is about beating Ohio state and you can have eleven wins if you don't have a win against Ohio state. It doesn't matter but if you say this is an upgrade. So who's your upgrade over Jim horrible. That's what I would want to know you can say. Well we gotta change. We got to get get somebody else in there. We we gotTA beat Ohio State. You know what this came down to Ohio state has great athletes. Michigan has good athletes. That's what I saw. The Ohio State has great athletes. This is good. A of Ohio state teams. I've seen in longtime. They are as balanced the defenses. Good you got two first round. Picks in the On that defense at least you got a good quarterback you've got a good running back you got wide receivers. You have a really really talented Allen's team and you can go toe to toe you can go toe to toe with Lsu Clemson and you can't always say that but this year you can clemson and Lsu and Ohio state. The big question is going to be that Fourteen Oklahoma Utah Baylor. It's a TV show folks. You don't want to have somebody being blown out on TV and as much as I loved Utah to start this year. I said I wouldn't be surprised if they made it to the final four. I'd be nervous if they made it to the final four and they open up against Lsu. But I would love to see it I just I get nervous about it. Feels like Oklahoma's going to get the call. If Oklahoma wins out Oklahoma's probably going to get the call here. Yes mclovin is it about Utah getting blown out or is about the brand name of Oklahoma selling better. TV show. Well I think that that factors in they both go hand in hand. I know people scream at me when they're like well you keep saying it's a TV show. It's about ratings it's about money it's not always about fairness we've seen that so you can't sit here and go. No the best team should get in that. That doesn't always work even the match ups you have you know one versus four and two versus three that there's going to be strategy with that with the committee. We've seen it before and as much as you don't want to admit it it's a TV show. This program brought to you by Dollar Shave Club. Second to none see for yourself five dollars the ultimate shave starter said basically everything you need for an amazing unshaved. After that the restock ships regular size products at regular prices get yours. DONALD SHAPE CLUB DOT com slash. Patrick so we have our final four. Four teams right now in college football. The question is what order they going to be. and that was an impressive. Win by Ohio State at Michigan are they the best team in the country tree Clemson. LSU You still Georgie. In there I know I hear from the the dogs the fans. Hey what about US okay. went out and you're probably going to have LSU Georgia Clemson and Ohio state in the final four Ravens. beat the niners Texans handle the Patriots steelers in the Browns playoff hopes tonight. Vikings at the seahawks come up with a poll. Question mclovin. Yeah let's start negative. which coach had the worst weekend okay and this is a tough one? There's some bad weekends. Okay Nick Sabin. Whose head almost exploded Jason Garrett Freddie Kitchens Jim Harbaugh and this one feels a little bit shoehorning but Anthony Lynn or Anthony Linden job? He cares about the chargers now. That loss got attention. That was a wild wild scene I know. Da Call Pass interference once they explain the pass interference. Okay fine. It's it's the chargers put themselves in this position every damn week every damn year. How do they lose the same way over and over again? Eight charger losses this year. Three point seven seven seven three two seven three that comes down to coaching and quarterbacking play. It really does. And I wouldn't be surprised as rough as it is as uncomfortable unfortunate that you would see tyrod Taylor instead of Philip rivers at some point this season because why not. I don't think Philip rivers versus back. He may retire. I don't think he was ever all in on this move to La. And I just think it's going to be in a divorce there between these two but I'm watching yesterday and I'm surprised. I love the chargers last year. And maybe me. That's where part of my anger is. They had so much talent. They were the most talented team in football last year. In my opinion do you know one year. The chargers were number one in total offense and total defense. Didn't make the playoffs. How is that possible? But the chargers do it in a way where you go. That's charger esque. And then you got Freddie Kitchens freight oh come on. Don't wear the t shirt on my daughter gave it to me okay. How about you put a jacket on on you win? Then you show her buddy your t-shirt okay. But you're the head coach. Pittsburgh started. He wore t-shirt sure. Yeah Pittsburgh finished it to you. Had A fourth string quarterback portering quarterback issue. You had a quarterback it wasn't drafted didn't even get invited to the Kamba and you can't beat him. And YOU WATCH CLEVELAND. They have they have what you want. No they don't Myles Garrett. That's that's a talented team really is comes down to coaching and quarterback play this time of the year. You you have to win these games. That's why sometimes make level point well who of they played okay you. It's still need to win these games even if you like. The Eagles are playing the dolphins. Okay they're going to win that game right. No they're not you look at some matchups and you go like Carolina. Lost Carolina lost at home to the redskins. Then jets lost. That's where you go man I. I don't get this league. I don't understand like it feels feels like anything can happen every week. But you start to look at these situation and you got coaches. who were probably not? I don't know of Ron. Rivera is going to be brought back and look I. Don't sit here and go. But that guy should be fired Jason Garrett back I would be absolutely shocked if Jerry Jones brings him back. But I've been shock before which you and I said I wasn't going to spend time on this topic because every week it's a referendum on Jason Garrett and do you if you fire him who are you bringing in now you bring it in Lincoln Riley are you bringing in urban Meyer. All right. I'll sign up for that. It's the same thing with Michigan with Jim. Horrible they got fire. It can't beat Ohio state. Okay tell me here. You're bringing in mclovin. We're getting a lot of tweets already asking asking why Doug Peterson isn't on the bad weekend. Coaching Pole and Doug Marrone the Jaguars head coach. Well you know what. I'm embarrassed for Jacksonville. If I'm a Jackson unlike I feel bad for Jacksonville fans two years ago you almost in the Super Bowl and that team they go to the mailbox licked the stamp damp and mail it in. And I'll say this again about my titans. Damn do they play hard. They do my Titans Ryan Tannehill. Might Titans and they're putting up points and they play hard. That's what you want this time of the year and they may name. They make the playoffs. Here they run. The football tannahill has done a great job for them. And that's what you WanNa see and you get towards towards the end of the year. You want to see if your team has quit. And I know that's a strong word. Quit Jacksonville's quit. And they quit. What on Doug Marrone? Maybe he pays the price. You know the Falcons with Dan Quinn. It feels like I'm piling on if I say he's not going to be back but I don't think he'll be back now. The situation with Freddie Kitchens with the browns. He just doesn't seem like a head coach. And you do things where you're wearing a damn t shirt. Come on if you're if you're leading the division and you're going to the playoffs okay. All right you have a little wiggle room there. He has no wiggle room there to wear a t shirt. Well my daughter gave it to me. Okay my kids. Give me ties for Christmas to wear on TV. And I'm like hey they were then. Tony and I'm decent my job but again the Patriots last night this this is why they wanted Tonio Brown. I don't care what anybody says about this situation. I know for a fact they want and Tonio Brown back and as much as I love Tom Curren who covers the Patriots. I heard it differently a couple of weeks ago. They want want Antonio Brown back. But you gotta get the legal mess. Somehow you know taking care of and then maybe they bring Antonio Brown back Depending on how long it will be suspended. This is why they want him back. They don't care what kind of person he is just no. He's going to help that. Offense here is Tom Brady. Eighty after the loss to the Texans. We're battling we're trying to start as we can and hopefully we can make enough place and You know be the best we could be get doesn't all remains to be seen so hey can make a bunch of predictions and so forth. But that's not what it's about it's about going out there and doing it in the guys made some place and try to try to build on it and see if we do better next week. Yeah we Kansas City. Come into town. Who by the way? I've been very quietly very good. And I know they roughed up the raiders. But you know want I want. You had a dip a month ago and now you know. Mahomes didn't even have a Greek game. And they blew out the raiders. Now granted I know the raiders but the raiders had been playing well. But you know you start to look at that match up. Have you seen the betting line on that mclovin patriots favored by Judah okay Not surprised that actually means the chiefs are considered. Maybe the better team be out in Foxborough. Yeah absolutely and this team. That doesn't lose at home it. It's weird when you say this if I ask the question who's the best team in the AFC right now you go new new the ravens but who's going to win the Super Bowl who go further this year. If I said the Ravens the Patriots. How about that as a question? mclovin eleven who will go further this year in the AFC. Because right now you look at the Patriots and not formidable but are you going to bail on them. Because they're going to make the playoffs chiefs Kansas City to me is is the sneaky part of this equation because we're fawning all over the Ravens Lamar Jackson and rightfully rightfully so patriots. It feels like the Patriots are team that you wouldn't think you watch them you go. Oh they're an average team. They're not making the playoffs. And then you look and they're still still have two losses this year but I you know you start to look at that and say who's going farther or is it further. I I just I will never bet against the Patriots yes mclovin. Did you see any vulnerability in the Ravens on Sunday in a close game. You know both of those teams played a good enough to win the conditions factored in. But look once you get to play on football and we're in January you're going to have the elements factor Ktar in and I thought Lamar Jackson did just enough. He sacked one time. Garoppolo had one big mistake but they ran the ball. If you were to said Hey grop lows going to have a good game. They're going to have one turnover they're gonNA run the football and they're going to hold him to what was at twenty points like like you take that on the road in those condition. You take that and the Ravens. The Ravens did what they're supposed to do didn't put up great numbers but they did just enough to win. You know the run defense with with the Ravens is going to be an issue but then who has that running attack. That's going to take advantage vantage them. Come postseason so that's where you have to kind of look at both sides here and I thought what San Francisco did holding their own and then if you lead Justin Tucker out there you know you're gonNA lose. He's just. He's a hall of fame kicker. He he's going to make the clutch kicks and that's forty-nine yards out so they did what they needed to do. Lamar goes over one hundred yards. He's going to go over a thousand yards in his next game. And it's not always always pretty but you you you must win those games and give credit to the Ravens. It's not like you go way who they beaten. They beat you and they'd be yup now. That was a close game yesterday but these teams that are going to the playoffs. They roughed up and sometimes on the road they roughed him up the mclovin they destroyed destroy the Patriots. And the Texans the Texans who looked like a world beater last night. I know now. They're they're that's very very impressive. Very very impressive and the question is will somebody figure them out in the postseason second time around with Lamar because some teams going to get a second chance to see him. That will be interesting part of this. All right we'll take a break here. 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Oh I know I know but if somebody like officially puts those out his porn amounts I'd be curious bruce about that. I mean not that curious sort of curious about todd. Congratulations you're broncos. By the way that was sort of lost in the chargers DUBOC. Yeah a little help from from late pass interference and I was pretty wild. Yeah Yeah it was nice to see lock in his first out. No I can't tell you done dislike one-sentence one-sentence if they were going to the playoffs couple. Nice crab catchers by Sutton early on with drew. Lock the future way too early to tell but I did get excited in a appreciated. His parents being so excited seeing you know drew in his first game. And that's early start even though it started coming apart that fourteen. Nothing we were touch. Studying was exciting. It's a long way off to stay. He's the answer anything but they needed something positive. All right back to you all talk to you after the show. I don't want to hear from you again yes mclovin. How many Andy Dalton minutes do I get in the shower? I just wanted to get something. He did win the game. Yeah I'm glad he got a chance and he shouldn't be benched and I wouldn't be all in on. Joe Borough is the number one pick on the bengals but how do these teams would like drew. These teams are waiting. The dolphins keep winning what happened to the tanking strategy. They're blowing it. I know thank you for to all right. We'll take a break phone calls coming up twenty one after the hour. This is the Dan Patrick Show. Are you a man of a forty word about your blood pressure. nitro boost the natural formula boost nitric oxide levels which naturally maintains a healthy blood pressure levels and boost mobile in sexual performance for men safely. And naturally it's true. Both your blood pressure and sexual performance are linked to better blood flow. Oh end circulation. Dozens of clinical studies are out there. 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I got the Ravens Patriots steelers and the jets if they go to and to alter that would give them eleven wins right. mclovin got nine wins right now. Here be modest. They can win that division. They can easily not easily. They could beat the page if buffalo would host a playoff game. They could win. I could see them winning a home playoff game. The problem is it's hard to see them winning in Foxborough. That's the game that's like it's hard to win there. Yeah it's hard to win in Kansas City I. I wouldn't a hold out hope for Kansas City if played them in Kansas City or in in Baltimore how about in the NFC word this diners could be the five seed now if the seahawks win and I yeah it's it's unfair that they would have to go to Dallas the niners could fall from number one in the NFC to number five so Seattle win tonight tonight would put them there with four weeks to go. They'd both be ten into but the seahawks have the tiebreaker and their schedule is a lot easier. The remaining four games games for the niners and Seahawks San Francisco has at the saints a at the seahawks December. Twenty eight. The niners You Better Hope Vikings win tonight but that could happen if Seattle picks up the win tonight yet. The Rams are still alive with a win this weekend. But they got Seattle at Dallas at San Francisco Arizona a lot of work but the rams are alive and they could take some people down. Seattle and San Francisco's also Tennessee. Is My dark horse here. I Love Buffalo and my buffalo version and the the FCC the FCC wildcard team with be Tennessee Tennessee has it three game winning streak and they've scored thirty five forty forty two and thirty one points. Dare canneries been awesome. This is what he's done in the last three weeks. One Eighty eight one fifty nine one forty nine pretty good Ryan Tannehill does just enough just enough. The running game is really good. Special teams are really league good. They're a game behind Houston right now but they have their two games against the Texans weeks. Fifteen and seventeen. I don't know if they can. They can sweep them but if they do know what more power to the titans. Tennessee's denigrate the Apple Ryan Tannehill Hanadova. Titans he's a seventy-three percent passer twelve touchdowns only four picks playing lights out. Well this is you know they they wanted to see this for Marcus Morioka and and Tanny Hills Athletic Guy Not as dangerous as we saw Mariota in college. But you just you got a coach you learn from from Bella check. Just don't make mistakes out there. Play good solid defense. Run the football good special teams and rebels able to do that with Tennessee and give them a lot of a credit. You know they play. They play hard. Yeah so you're telling me the Tennessee. Titans of all teams could go nine and seven that they've done the last last three years or the Texan could go headed six win the division. I know I know I've been ripping on the teams. You look like I watch a Texas last night. I'm like why not the Texans and but there is a reason why you would say that history. Yeah we just seen this so many times where they do just enough to win the division and and then they play a nondescript times new starting time in the playoffs and then we go. All the Texans are out. They lost the Colts Holt last year and a game the first game titans titans prior to play the text into the first round the titans and steelers for the sixth spot. Yeah so who knows and you know the steelers did what they do. You want to see a team to do you need to win. You're at home. It's a rematch match game rivalry game against the BROWNS. And you did what you know teams supposed to do to stay in the playoff hunt right now and it's not a pretty picture offensively with the steelers others have Smith Schuster. You know the running game is not there. You gotta you gotTa four string quarterback and they won. You wanted some time time to talk about your boyfriend. Andy Dalton. I'm just saying game ball from ZAC Taylor I win. I guess confused after the game and you know it says sure I'd like to. I'd love to come back to Cincinnati. Water teams like the dolphins the bengals. I'm not sure. What else quarterback need but are they still competing for the number one spot to get a quarterback? Thank you just said you weren't totally convinced. Joe Borough what happened at tanking. I don't know I don't know what would happen. You know if the memo didn't get down the sidelines for some of these coaches but you know. Washington is not taking a quarterback. I wouldn't think like that's where you go. Boy Be great to be in the number two respond. But if you're so good he could still go number. One is so dominant. Well if I'm the Bengals I keep Panty Dalton I do and even if I'm drafting Joe Borough I keep Andy Dalton. Does I don't as much as we look Joe Burrow and say boy he's putting up great numbers and who was it. It was Rick New Heisel. Who talked about borough in glowing terms that he was a Tom? Brady like quarterback. And I'm like wow and sometimes I see it and sometimes I don't now. I have to admit there are times when I watch a quarterback and I go. I don't get it or I'll go boy. He can't miss and Joe Borough. I love his composure. I love is athleticism. I love his. You know his arm but sometimes when you take those quarterbacks out of that environment where they have a great offensive lion you got great wide receivers and then you put him on a team. That doesn't have a great offensive line and doesn't have great wide receivers. Then you go. Oh I thought he was really good in college I two. I don't know if you know what to is going to be like. I think he might be more drew. brees than Russell Wilson. But I don't know about those ankle. The ankle injury. I don't know about that. And if the dolphins are still going to take him okay. I understand. If the dolphins take a quarterback I get it. But I wouldn't look at the quarterback as your savior because I don't know if there's that savior and unless you're going to adopt a philosophy like the ravens did with Lamar Jackson. Are you bringing in somebody. And you're going to have their system ready to go for that quarterback then you of a chance to succeed but you know there. There's there's a few teams Cincinnati. Do you draft a quarterback because you also want to get on that rookie contract act for a quarterback that allows you to fill out the roster spending. Your money chargers are going to need a quarterback. Bears I. I don't think they're going to need a quarterback. I think they give trubisky one more year. Panthers going to need a quarterback maybe Buchan ears to they need a quarterback. Dolphins need a quarterback club. So when you say the panthers do you. Mean Kyle Allen's quarterback next year. Do you mean Cam Newton quarterback next year or something completely new. I was told that kiling was not the long term solution there. Now what happens with Cam Newton. Because as if I'm the chargers I'd go after Cam Newton. I get excitement. This is redemption Shen. Hey I'm GONNA show Carolina. I still have a lot left and you get to play for a very talented team. A lot of weapons there yes PICCOLA. We haven't talked about the team that currently has a number two pick the New York giants. I think if there are a number two they pick a running back there. What because that's what what they liked to do? I guess callback because that's really working sort of a played. Well but as I said a running back resolve wins. Apparently I don't know what's wrong with that by the way a lot. More than Saquon Barkley. That's wrong with him and Daniel Jones. Fumbles the ball more than any any other quarterback by the way Aaron Rodgers yesterday. There times when you go. He's playing a different game than everybody else. He had a couple throws where you go in the snow. I know it's giants but there are a couple of throws where you go down. That is that we forget how great he is we do you. And the packers could end up twelve and four errands big on pretending he's not cold he never wears gloves. You never wear sleeves. You don't see him. Bundle up a lot on the sidelines. He's embracing that culture. I really think he does it on purpose to send a message to his team as lime and as all in into the opponent's yeah mclovin but he couldn't hit the ocean last week against the niners. There's a yet one hundred yards or something so I don't understand this league. Well that that is. That was a great defensive performance by San Francisco. You know you have to give them credit and you did shut him down but but nobody shuts amount that bad. That was like he's been he's harder is he an MVP race now. I mean is like fourth no the MVP VP race is not a race. It's you sane Bolton and it's everybody else and Lamar Jackson if Russell Wilson Junior the third winds tonight they they win that division then then maybe but I still think it's it's Lamar Jackson and then it's you know there's not a second place right now it it probably Russell Wilson Third place the Apple. Aaron Rodgers is on pace for thirty touchdowns and three picks and nobody's talking about three picks which unbelievable millions millions phone calls are. Welcome best and worst of the weekend. What you saw that you liked didn't like I learn New York joins US Eyler. Welcome to the program. Hey thanks Dan and the boys Amazing best is amazing football. I mean all the way from Thanksgiving through the NCAA. But Rogers and Lamar are magicians. And and thirdly on the best is your Dayton flyers took Kansas to the wire yeah yeah that was that was a good Game competitive game got to watch that. I love that you know when they're in Maui. In your have a game in the afternoon but yeah Rogers is you know you. Just I forget how easy he can make it. Look and I don't think there's another quarterback who makes it look as easy as Rogers does now mahomes had games last year where he made it look really easy but Rogers has done this for an entire career. And here's another thing that I think will come up during the playoffs in that. Is Lamar Lamar Jackson. The running back because I do think once we get to the playoffs I think you might have a reset on this and I think you're going to have a call all during the playoffs. That involves Lamar Jackson as a running back not as a quarterback in trying to protect him because once you start to run once you get out of the pocket it still feels like. They're protecting these quarterbacks here. I think you're going to have a moment in the postseason. Where Lamar Jackson you know? Somebody hits him and treats him as As a running back and maybe it's called that way the other thing. I would keep an eye on with the Ravens is. Can you create a scenario where you try to make Lamar Jackson Beach. You outside of the Hash marks that that would be my goal is can I have him. Throw you know thirty yards on the sidelines. Lines that that that would be the one thing that if I can do that granted you know. He's very difficult to stop. He's running back and he looks. Looks like a running back and the niners have a great defense and they had no answer for him. He didn't throw particularly well but the conditions weren't great and he's is going against a great great defense if I can somehow force him to throw to the edges. I like my chances with him. Now you also have to be able to contain him and you know easier said than done but he's your MVP and that was a big time performance in a game that you had to win in bad conditions nations against a really good team article about what you said earlier. He's saying Lamar's can be called differently in the playoffs. Or you think defenses are GonNa take shots to hit. I think you're not come out. He'll be called differently as more more of a running back. Yes so when he goes to slide does he get protection. Well no sliding I have to give you that. It's when he gets outside the pocket. I think you're going to see Richard Sherman talked about this. Like you know. What do we do like? Can we treat him as a running back and and I think that there might be a reset said on this because I do look at Lamar Jackson and it feels like they go out of their way to make sure that he's not hit and I think the defense is. I don't I don't know if somebody says something to the NFL Home Office. Like if you were gonNA play him you know you send something to say. Hey you know. Here's some things that we're looking at video wise. We WanNA tell our defensive offensive players. Now what do we do in these situations like. You almost want them to have it in their minds that you're asking these questions just so hey. We don't WanNa hit him and and get a penalty here. How do we treat him? And I and I think that you'll you'll see I do club. How do you think of that role Jarrow by Hamer quarterback quarterback? I feel like they're still having trouble figuring it out. Like not. Not Lamar Jackson but other Games where the guy the quarterback releases it gets hit into and he gets the penalty. It seems to be happening putting all the time. Yeah I think it's very fine line there. It's an unfair to defenses. Yes but then. The entire sport is unfair to defenses. They've they've made crystal clear. We want you putting up big numbers. We want fantasy numbers here. We want offense. That's another thing I've watching the NBA Yesterday the clippers put up one hundred fifty two points. This is second time this year. They've had one hundred and fifty point ever remember when we struggled to get to a hundred points a few years ago. Now it's one hundred and fifty points is a lot and this whole philosophy has changed in the NBA. It's let's get a shot off six seconds. It didn't used to be. You'd milk the shock shock. Because you had these control-freak coaches or like you know. Get a shot off with four seconds on the shot clock not anymore they have the full full slate. NBA Games yesterday. More team scored more than one thirty than less than one hundred only two teams yesterday scored fewer than one hundred points bunch of team scored over for one twenty. More phone calls coming up on our play of the day next on the Dan. Patrick show us what's up. Brian Deegan. Here I'm excited to bring you our podcast. The D begins. That will be every Wednesday on podcast. One and apple podcast. We'll be covering many subjects such as racing family. How we stay together? How how he thrive as a family? So I think it's exciting. We're going to cover all those subjects and many more. 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That screwed up your draft pick so Well done trafficking. Oh twos or you know. We're we're out there football games well. Hey Man we're GONNA win out and go to superbowl always that where are you. Where are you right now? I'M GONNA go of course we taught you how to a knee issue. Oh Yeah I'm getting that that's done done litter. That's almost the Gulf coast. Thought carefully for you know that. Are you wait. Are you getting a new knee. Yes yes yes the old guys getting a new yes. That's crazy man doesn't. I'm not sound like a country song. The old guys getting. Oh okay. What is the worst song title that you guys ever came up with or thought about? Oh my goodness I don't know the worst kind of we. We came up with the worst band name. Ah The brand name is worth worth. Who is Dean Dean? Said we used to be a black and blue. Because I was black. And they all if you weren't hooting the blue blowfish then you would have been black and blue yes yes Black Blues might have been better. We probably would've been more to that but they they both have been awful. Okay do do you like the dolphins game plan here of of winning as many games as possible. I love the fact that the players trying to win and the coaches are trying to win. You know I I understand what the owners are doing in front of trying to do but you know you gotta put a team out there. And they're putting on the table and they're trying to win football games. Why don't you sing? The dolphins make you cry like was there a moment that they made you cry the first time the dolphins made you cry. Oh Yeah they've made me cry when I was five years old for the first time and I mean I would physically could upset and that whole line came so I was up. I was in college. Freshmen in college and my mom calls me on a Sunday well afford. I'm being really really short and I'm talking to her. She looks at the TV. It was realised dolphins boy crime up on me. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I used to cry when they long after the old ones like the one of fifteen season though appear stop. Because we're talking to Darius Rucker you know the first time I heard the dolphins made you cry. I thought it was the actual dolphins and like you got really sentimental when you Seoul dolphins for some reason I didn't know it was the Miami Dolphins. I know a lot of people did I heard you go. Yeah you know sometimes go on -solutely say world so when are you getting your need the middle of the most. Okay that'll work. Yeah all right if I can help you with that because those first three weeks. You'RE GONNA hate life here no you will. Yeah but don't be afraid to take the medicine they give you and that ice machine you put on your knees GonNa Save Your Life. Yes your kids kids will want to be around you. Maybe a little bit facetime you for last all right today. Buddy that's Darius Rucker Country Star lead singer hooting the bluefish yes. Yes mclovin just for the record on Sunday. The Dolphins did make me cry. All Your Eagles I mean. The Eagles Eagles were handed this division. How devante Parker of all people to singlehandedly? He can't catch and he caught everything in sight. And you know when people get caught up in tanking they go. You know the the team is trying to win which they are. The team tries to win. The coach tries to win it. Just they got rid of their best players because they got draft capital in return. They were trying to win this year. But that that you know that. Let give credit to Brian. Flora's in Miami they. They have played hard when they're out there. It's also real interesting with two people say to a has dropped in the draft because of his injury injury but before the draft. We're GONNA know his condition. I generally that he's either cleared a player. Not Someone may get him with value six or seven picks later four ORF I pick side. He's the number two pick if he's healthy at worst. I think number three pick but they may get them five six weeks later and cheaper. Then I don't know because I don't it's like Steph. Curry had that ankle injury. And you know people wondered. You know they were. They were thinking of trading steph curry. And I just don't know if it's kind of a reoccurring injury they're you know Steph has been relatively healthy when it comes to his ankle. I Gary Danielson will join us and Charles Barkley Lee coming up Monday night is podcast night. The Los Angeles Lakers. What's happening everybody? This is the official Lakers podcast on your host Mike Trudell super pumped to be here flanked by Erin Lars tool you ready to go. I'm ready to hit. The Lakers will be a top ten defense team. That has to start this case of Lebron in a D can sometimes kanter. They're out but I think they're both good candidates. MVP's I really like the way that this team just feels to be around the. It's it's a very clear investors. 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04/08/21 DPS Hour 2 Darius Rucker

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04/08/21 DPS Hour 2 Darius Rucker

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We're going to have our draft coming up the master's yes it's already underway. But that doesn't stop us from having our draft on thursday as anybody looked at the leaderboard. Poli you have. I have not. Yes paul. If you were going to take hudson suard you'd be making a good call buddies under okay. Wherever that is. I don't know if that's his nickname at least nickname right then. That sound like a golfer nicknamed yeah. What's like tim hudson. He was huddy. Hudson swatted out for him. Okay all right. So we'll have our draft coming up Darius rucker is going to join us. He's going to take part in our snake draft. Is we like to call it there. Eight seven seven three. Dp show email address tps. Dan patrick dot com twitter. Handle the dp show patrons or back the masters this week augusta lot going forward. Even when it's empty when the players were last there in november it was still entertaining. It was just different but golf is one of the many sports that relies on the energy of the crowd and particularly at augusta. Because it's it's really tight as far as the holes you know. They're really close to one another. And you just hear. All the roars and roars like a birdie or an eagle or a hole in one or somebody who is the leader does something if tiger does something filled does something. There are certain varying levels of that at augusta. But you know there are a lot of limitations there the patrons at the master's expected to behave with decorum like you. Don't yell out you demand man or getting the whole at the masters and you can't have your cell phone when you go. But the pandemic has taught us how deep the connection with athletes and live fans is and they feed off each other. It comes through the tv and this four days in augusta will be a celebration of golf and hopefully a sign of sports and the rest of the world slowly returning to normal. Whatever normal is phil. Mickelson zander softly. Jon rahm jon. Rahm wife just had a baby on saturday so he's just got to gust. I think yesterday late arrival. But these guys all play the callaway chrome soft golf ball. That's because calloway doesn't just make a better ball for tour players. They make a better tour ball for everyone whether you're pro low handicapper or a weekend warrior if you want the best performing tour ball. There's a chrome soft for you. Find your chrome soft today. Callaway dot com slash chrome soft mclovin. The poll question. We're going to go with and we'll get to darius rucker. What's the best nine team sport event of the year. I thought you were going. Best wrestler. Can we do that. I didn't know if i got the approval to do that. Well we can do it. Just because darius has a favorite absolutely we could do it tomorrow. We have the ms onto more the choices that we came up with we crowd source a little bit. Where the rock. Steve austin randy savage andre the giant rick flair and a couple of other newer ones. That i didn't even know. But that's who were cogan on hell cogan. Yeah but i know who darius rucker is gonna take like he is invested in this rescues eight one of those names grammy award winning country star. I've lost track of. How many number one songs you have. That's how good you are going to see a brother now. How many is it now. You got another number ten can yes. You're sort of mariah carey of country aren't you. How's that way that we know she has a lot of number one hits. Yeah but it's like. I got i got ten. I think florida georgia line been of the same time eighteen talk. What about george strait. Georgia's got sixty two. How many how many number one hits george strait paul. Forty four forty sixty one. That's it forty forty two like he's the goat is he the goat of country. No probably go to catch by johnny cash. He's probably new. Yeah i'll second. That actually saw george strait last night. He did like performing. We were Cutting the charley pride special course. Emt and he was there. We talked for. Did you ever meet johnny cash. No never have to meet johnny cash. Yeah i wish list. Yeah i wish i would've. I wasn't smart enough at the time to understand how great he was like that. It's weird there's certain is like i'm not i saw sinatra at the very end of his career and i. I'm glad i did. But i wish i wouldn't have. I know exactly what you mean. Yeah yeah yeah. I mean johnny is as big as he is. I still think he's under. I mean i just think he. He was demand. I listened songs now and trying cash put when he went to folsom prison and sang the who songs in front of the inmates. And you got to hear the whole story. Label told them she do this. We're not gonna put it out. You can't do it. And he told them to basically kisses but when made record of a classic. Did you ever do a cover of johnny cash. Oh i do. Of course some prison blues alcon. Yeah all right so My masterpiece is out. Now that's the new single that follows the Most recent number one single beers in sunshine. Yeah absolutely man not going good for right now see. Just what's dan you. Should i just talk about what's up. Third person you let me do it again. do that. mariah carey mariah carey. You're a diva diva. I knew it. I told okay so. You have a favorite wrestler. I have to bury their tied number. One of course ric flair and i couldn't believe a glove and been mentioned dusty. Rhodes stay but the thing is. It's all you northern. Boys don't realize the roads was probably the greatest of all. Yeah it's a northern boy but you bought the robe when we were at the gym valdano celebrity golf event. And i just remember going. Wait you're going to spend that much money on wall. It was almost fifty thousand dollars man but it was worth it. Still got it right now. Where you can you go get it. Yeah okay so i was. There is when michael jordan bought a motorcycle Who see roy williams. He bought a motorcycle. For roy williams wife and i think they still have it. But you start to see people spending all this money. And all of a sudden they had ric flair's robe and darius starts bidding. And i go. Oh my god and then i go in. This is a A match used pro a house bathroom. Okay that is major boy. That is pretty special like elvis. This he was at the house the other day. I made to put it on way. Put it on. Just put it on real quick. Put it on real quick. So darius has got is ric flair elvis requests coming back. Okay okay okay. What was the conversation like when you went home with that robe. Oh i was single at the time conversation. The with you were them. I'm sitting with the awards and there's other guys with me and i'm turning to those guys going. Y'all got me right. 'cause you guys word swimming in money back then we're about that time it was starting to rule. Okay yeah you're single and you could afford that. It's the price. Because i got some great stuff sports collection. And that's like they're the dolphins. You're set your set on your quarter by the way you know you became. You became a rams fan for a little while this last year when what. What are the rams game but you you. You had a friend who was the rams fans rams fan for a little while and i said wait a minute. You're the guy that dolphins make you cry in your rams fan. I wasn't a fan. I was just helping my friend support the okay so you are. You're a fan of the fan of the rams. Okay now. Because i didn't know if you jumped ship i didn't know if you're not a dolphins fan ever met by captain touched up over ready to go so you're sold on the dolphins all everything they did super bowl now. You say that every year but the moves were making. I love what they're doing it in the front office. I love i love to. I think it's gonna mean this year. I'm telling you know. Look i love the fact that you never jumped off the bandwagon never management. We haven't i always. I always say we haven't won the super bowl. Since i was seven and i'm fifty nine. Wow that's a long time. Forty seven years bro. And by the way we're coming up on our anniversary this week at augusta was the first time we actually crossed paths. But you guys didn't say anything to me because you didn't think that i would know who you guys were at the true story. We we were too scared to talk to you. Because i think one of us said like he's not gonna care or even now same thing. No i don't care. I don't care but that was nineteen ninety-four yup ninety four. Yeah seton you want my masterpiece there with the dareus we do. Then i would talk to the vocals vocal started. But i'm going to get the ball. Biden is one of my songs. Are you going to start right here. With darius rucker call with the heart of the be all and so near spruce to been all. I never knew that was meant to alleged sandstone me to a man castle. Sistine chapel can't play pieces in year. That's good stuff. thank you man. Good have you ever done a one take song either with hooting the blowfish or on your in your solo career. You mean like in the studio just one one one and done i have i have But i've done it where i where i did. It did two three more and took the first one but okay. Yeah i'm hearts slowly move on. Do you remember the song that you took the first take on Letter cry was one of the was was was the first take. And then we fixed it up a little bit Believe wagon wheel. That was get it out. Have you heard from bob dylan yet. About wagon wheel yeah. He sent me a picture of the check that he that's not true true but i'm sure it was a big number and made it a hit and now you gotta sing at the rest of your career. I have a model in my life. That i don't put any some of my record. I'm not willing to sing for the rest of my life. I mean if. I sing three songs. I haven't seen one single. I gotta do wagon wheel and hold my hand west of your life the rest of your life okay. Are you ready for this. This master's draft. I'm so ready okay. We doing this now. Explain to me how we're doing okay. It's a snake draft okay who all's in all the danettes in you first yalla go for you sure we already got it set up already you go i all right go dustin johnson. God fritzy your next. I am going to take mr justin thomas right mclovin. Oh i gotta go bryson d shambo. Right why okay. Try to hit the ball. Hit the ball over the trees in augusta and two if he gets to troubles. It's over. he's trying to drive the first screen today. Go for there'd be better hit Senior next jon rahm paulie. It's been a for this guy. Rory mcilroy right. I'll take jordan speak and uh on the way back down i'm gonna take patrick. Can't lay so now it comes back to paulie. He's got one knee. But it's pretty good brooks kept. Okay all right. Seton o'connor i'm going to take collin morikawa. Okay mclovin tony fee. Now tony in the pheno brother trade. There's no there's territorial rights here because he's a brother. Fritzy webb simpson. All right. and then you get another one. No no mendes go. I'm gonna take daniel. Berger who amana patrick reed k. You're one of the few people who likes patrick reed right. I do like badger. He's a friend of mine but he's kind of bad reputation. he does what. He's a good dude. We've got a bad reputation. I like patrick. I liked to get up and go to keep. Okay then. don't have to apologize Who's next fritzy. I'm gonna take bubba watson who was just on our show. Okay all right. Got bubba mclovin. I take my guy. Victor hovel. Victor in the hobbling okay. Seton can't believe andrew. Just still victor from me today takes into shuffling zander. Shaw flea is still on the board to the team. Zander polyester collin morikawa. He's gone. He's gone off the board. Lose a pick. You should that name. How could you miss polly. Then you have to pick last night fine. I'm going take cameron smith. And so then. It's paulie and then that's it. You gotta pick two and then call it. Oh okay oh no you're right you pick one. That's really doing what we're doing. It's three three rounds. Okay okay we got. I have my three paulie. You had the last pick here. It's been a longtime jason day. Explain how how this works. This is worth now. It's under par strokes under par combined all three golfers okay and misses to cut. Then how do how do we Well you don't get the under par. I give to say it's a if all three guys you know. Make the cut. Then you get their total there. Is that right seat. That's what we came up with. Yeah yeah. I think that we had that conversation. It's awesome of darius to Put up the nature boy robe as part of the game. Is that not part of the contest. That's part of the price ticket. Dinner can be expensive when dairy expensive. We the last time you're in new york and you add a number one hit and we went to dinner and dan order the you. You actually lost money making that album after after that dinner. Oh man. I loaded up. Because i said hey. Are we celebrating. He goes bleep. Yeah and i go all right so i. I didn't look at the wine list from right to left. I looked at from left to right. And i just remember. I think we might have been too drunk to let the price. The cost impact us that night. I think it was the next day in. You're like what the bleep do you order. Last night i everything everything. Yeah it was a good night though. We had a black Great to see it. Glad you're doing well. And the new single is my masterpiece. That's follows the record tenth number one single beers in sunshine. Oh by the way he was named the southern of the southerner or of the year. What what do you get for that. I got a key to the south. I got a little blurb in southern living magazine. that's so you're the southerner or the year. I'm this other of the year i like to thank. Everybody voted to cat. And by the way since i had to send you your grammy back as has the grammy's been nice to you since then did it help you all actually actually one one so another one okay with. I'm glad that i sent that better. They're all right there now. They're all right there sitting there weight. That's your night table. That's my night table in my room. Just sitting under their see why. Why couldn't they have kept one in the man cave. I don't. I thought it was great. But i don't know they. They got some some some crazy rules. I don't know you know they send it to you. Get a thing that says like they still belong to the grabby along with the grammy five days. So you know oh okay yeah i just got this panic message from you like dude. You've got to send me my grammy back. I'm like what i couldn't believe it or not gonna stick man and he'll give me another one. That's okay. I got three. You're no george strait or vince. Gill i went to vince. Gill's house to do some work on his thirty. What are you doing how you get thirty. Four grab as but well. You're sorta like me. When i go to bob costas house because box. Bob's got like twenty five sports. Emmys like he gives them out at halloween. That's that's how many he has Maybe or cross with years soon. I hope so man. I miss you love era. Thank you slob. Darius rucker is very popular. we'll take a break. We'll come back twenty two after the hour here on the dan patrick show. Oh we made our picks you can make your picks the coveted jacket. Dr king's the leader one day fantasy. Sports is putting you in the center of all the action by giving you a shot to land in the green this week. Draft kings giving your shot at a free entry into the contest with one hundred thousand dollars in total prizes. 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There seems to be a lot of confusion amongst chat row and others the birthday thing man. 'cause we half ago you had a guy called you which is rather birthday then. You had the woman with child who is calling to wish her husband a birthday happy birthday. Come on my birthday dan. i just need to know what protocol it. Oh maybe if you have a family member call on your behalf handy okay. I've got a couple of but i might have. You had them. Yes have them do that. I think that's protocol. Is somebody calling on behalf of somebody and then you can wish somebody happy birthday okay. Now that i know dan Expect a call tomorrow great. That's andy and arizona can't wait he birthday week. Andy oh i'm going through one of those now with my wife and i was like. Oh let's Let's go to dinner. Well what which day how about your birthday and she goes into your birthday dinner on your birthday i know. What do you mean on my birthday. Isn't that when the party is. I said well. Okay i can. At what point do we keep doing this. Yes right because if your wife's birthday is on a tuesday or wednesday you both have to do something that night. And then the friday saturday date you get a double. The best thing that happened is wife's birthday being on a saturday. Then you're covered. I'm not now you're now Because it's it's it's a week it's a birthday week is The new thing there but well. Of course i love her. I would give her a birthday month. That's what she wanted. Yes ma'am by. I am shopping. Some of my master's picks and i will do a trade right now. Victor hobbling two seton four. Who's your pick. I have jon rahm column. Morikawa and zander schlafly. I want to enter shuffling. Actually meant to pick him. I made a mistake in my things. Really i'll go straight up done. Dan can you approve just into the dan. Patrick show zander. Sean lee has been traded for victor hofland. Okay it's official now. It's how many under par total under under-par. This is the first master's draft we've ever done that. I've gotten all three of my top three picks really. Yes okay. huge you j- and then john roms just had a baby on saturday. And he got to augusta using those guys. Get in there saturday or sunday before. Start playing the the drummer for young. The giant just emailed said he wants to get in. you can't bring her. The celebrity bracket i soul A couple other things here. Tom brady was talking. He was on good morning. America with michael strahan and he was talking about. How obsessed with continue. You know wanting to be great not wanting to retire. And he had this to say also saw l. Whispered to your ear. What more do you have to. Yeah so tom. What more do you have to prove. I don't think proven it for me. Is the motivation. Like i still wanna play like a little sickness in me then once you stop. You can't go back and do it. I got some more football. I mean not a lot. And i know that but what i got left. I'm going to give everything i got. I love the fact that he's still in pursuit of something. You know the quest four. It's not about money. It's not about legacy. Meaning he's the goat but that driving you every day. And as he said he wants to be able to throw a spiral and and i think tampa bay had the best offseason because they brought everybody back. I think antonio brown is the only outlier right now and he's trying to convince the buccaneers to Bring back for one more season yambol. And don't you think a guy like brady. The older gets sounds weird. The less likely to retire. Because i think he enjoys proving appoint like every year. You guys seven year olds retired. I'm staring at forty five soon. And i'm having fun. I'm doing these. If feels like an injury is gonna take him out. Not not his choice. Well i wonder at because you're usually the last person to know that it's time to go you. You have to have somebody who you trust will say you know what it's not there. I would think at that position at quarterback where your reaction time is. Slower your arm starts to deaden a little bit. you know. You're just remember tom last year. Forgot how many downs there were like when you think that. And you're going. Oh my god. What's what happened to tom. Brady you in that game against the the bears. Didn't he forgot down. It was in and then he of course ends up with the super bowl. Yes mclovin yeah look bad. After that bears loss remember. They lost some primetime games earlier. We're like What a mistake for time to do this. I wonder if the texans were better than what they are expected to be this year. How many primetime games they would be in. And then you would. You would already have networks going. Oh my gosh. What are we going to do with the texans. I can't imagine. The texans are on prime time but i mean maybe maybe contractually the you have to have them in primetime once you last year. I think the texans chiefs opened the season. I think that was the opener. Texans had four prime time games last year. The schedule comes out and five weeks so they have five weeks to get that together. I don't think you'll see too many of those games in primetime. Certainly not early first. Eight games nine games of the season. Yes mclovin i mean. Even before this whole issue came up they lost. Jj watt. they gave away deandre hopkins things. We're headed south there anyway. I just had a friend who sent me some stance. He heard us talking about mack jones and he said just a reminder mack jones rankings last season with the ncaa first incompletions. He had three hundred and eleven. I in completion percentage seventy seven percent. I in yards forty. Five hundred second touchdown passes with forty one behind. Kyle trask forty-three and touchdown to interception ratio. He was second. It's still like you just wanna see how he performs. And i think going to a team like the niners is going to help him greatly. He's not a guy that you could bring in and putting with a sub-standard team. I don't think mack jones can come in and do great things for the jets because you to avoid the rush like you're you're you're you're not gonna have as much time as you think with the niners you got a good line good running back offensive minded coach jaba. Great tight end. You have weapons there you can go into a situation. That is reminiscent of patrick mahomes. Where i wait a year. Maybe behind jimmy garoppolo. Then i get my chance to start. But i think when i hear mag jones name called by the niners in all believe it. Now go okay. Let's he's going to the forty niners. Yes paulie we have breaking masters draft news. I'm working on the timeline here. Dan the i team about twenty minutes ago. We had our way did. Make lebanon seat. Mclovin did you trade. Victor hobson and you knew what happened. I think my mic is not. It's working. I don't have to answer that question. A lawyer representing the seton. Are you okay with to trade. The yeah of course. I am okay with the trade. I didn't know that he had a triple bowie already. Triple-bogey at a seven on the first hole. I didn't know that because you did. So it's fine. Vikabulin triple bogarted. The first he's coming back. It's still early lot of golf to be played golf. Left's i want you guys to remember this moment. okay. I got a tweet say. Don't worry about losing the norwegian. Triple bogey i. And i was like it was right as i raised my head. I'm like i don't think this yet. Because he was talking to you the break about how much he wanted. Victor hobbling. And you don't want as the commissioner of the snake draft i i. I'm fine with it like you. You had the information it was there for everybody to consume and you saw seton. Didn't you took advantage of it. This is a gentleman's game gentleman's sport sport. Yeah that's okay. you know karma to. I'll betcha shaw fleas could be plus forty in store back. Zander's shafi is going to close his fingers in the car. Doors subject zander. He's gonna lock his keys in his car in can't get his clubs out. Yes todd i said something at the beginning of the show you were checking to make sure. No one saw anybody did yet early on. No look at the standings early on in round one and yet as the commissioner. You're winking of this. The draft was done also dinty off till after the draft. That was his first hole. And so what are you. Why are you someone. That routes were baseball team that Cheating nobody cheated. Are you saying club cheated. I'm saying there was a history there. I know there was a race a few years back without show. There's been a history of cheating type behavior with mclovin that we need to address a little bit. There are some questions what happened on the back end of contests many years ago. Well you did cheat their. Yes probably yes. Yes that was the bracket contests. You did cheat. And i did call him out for that todd like we were racing little mini cars and he gave money to somebody to screw up of seton a police car to go kart race. Andrew paid the technical guy the mechanic either take half the gas out of my go kart. So i'm i'm just cruising and also a history of the little bit appeals like that's gamesmanship. I don't know polywater win that go kart race more than than d. Shambo wants to win the masters. He was so intense. Aj foyt out there. But todd you have a couple incidents of cheetah do. That's why i'm an expert. I should know when i smell. But then you're not allowed to complain. It's like dusty baker saying hey come once every couple of innings we make a mistake over the course of a season know. You're not allowed to do this. You know you're not in a position to be able to do this. Okay because you were cheater. Still very weak. The august went down. I seen could have seen the leaderboard i. This is the first time. I'm seeing the leaderboard right now. This first time. I'm seeing these being the better man in this society that were to hold up for and he can roar. We'd see them just as tiger. He winked out and said okay. That's we'll let it go. Thank you to all right. So let's let it go. Yeah i guess we can move on with the shelf. Seton is willing to let it go. Let it go on. Okay thank you. let's take a break. We're back after this. Thanks for listening to the dan. Patrick show podcast sure to catch us live every weekday morning nine until noon eastern six to nine pacific on fox sports radio and you can find us on the iheartradio app at fsr or stream. It live on the peacock out. Hey i'm john. Middlekauff host the three podcasts. Do you like football. Do you like the. Nfl do you like the nfl. Draft quarterbacks coaches. Well i talk about it. All on the show i used to work for anti rita's a scout. Now i give you my unfiltered and raw opinions on everything that goes on the nfl. 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Schlafly and victor had a triple. Bogey on the first hole and seton didn't know that he accepted the trade annella. Victor hobbling has come back for a birdie on his second hole. One of the greatest comebacks in masters could be it could be could come back to haunt mclovin you. How do you go for a triple. Bogey birdie on the next hole. The guys confidence is unshakable. Oslo by the way where my grandmother was born and i wasn't happy about trading norwegian clearly shaken but once he gets past the first he once he's done the first one then he's good shakahb on that i. He's from norway but went to oklahoma state university. Yes he's a rising star. Yeah just twenty three. yeah yes. We're discussing great jobs in sports. That may not not tom brady but would you rather be a guy who plays on the pga tour for twenty years doesn't really win. Anything but twenty years was just banging around. Make good money when a couple things like. I don't know what kind of player you think of instill may good coins or a backup quarterback for ten years. I think i'd rather be a professional golfer. Yeah i'm at least playing backup. Quarterback is the backup quarterback. Yeah like what i'd rather be. Charley hoffman on the pga tour. Or chase daniel. Who i'd rather be charlie off. Adult dilemma chases made a hell of a lot of money backing up other dudes. Let's see what charlie hoffman's made any gets to play well you to work half the year. If you're chase daniel at five months a year and a working golfing i would check. Just charlie hoffman stones. Charlie hoffman's made some dough. Yes all right. Charlie's doing okay and you get to play. I mean that's really the key bubba watson or matt ryan And i lost the super bowl. They above is one. Bob got to greenjackets. Ryan might make the hall of fame bubba watson to jack and then you've got to green jackets and a rashard meal chard mule. We watched that's worth four hundred thousand dollars. Yes and butter was thirty strokes at a major event. All of a sudden have be greg. Norman it's too soon to talk about always to sing. But if he was up. Twenty five strokes and laws. Because the falcons were up twenty eight to three. Imagine you're up by twenty five shots over somebody and then you end up losing yes. That's john van de velde british. Open one where he needed to. I think he needed to bogey. The win the oh my gosh he could he could. He hit a wedge every shot and actually scored better than he did at the british open. Yes see rory had a big collapse jordan. Speak dude oh. Maybe that's who i'm thinking of jordan Twelve at augusta. I think they The whole i had a birdie on for some i played deal novick deal and we played it from one. Forty nine which i think is where the pros play from. That is some of the fun things about when you play. Augusta is you can play some of the Tee shots from where the the pros do thirteen fifteen twelve one. The teas were up for us to they. We played from the pros eighteen. We went all the way back to where the pros hit from and those trees on eighteen. When you're hitting it out of the shoot those trees it feels like start growing when you get on the t. like they there's this optical illusion that the trees are starting to move in and make it even tighter because that's not it's not an easy shot or just the you know the optics of it. You're only god. I just don't want to clip branch. Here the falcons were up. Twenty three all know that in the one thousand nine hundred ninety british open. John van de velde rides at the eighteenth tee needing a double bogey to win double bogey to win on a par four and he lost it. Yeah but he's embraced it. I mean he still gets interviewed. I think whenever the british open goes back to that course you know then. They'll talk to him and i think they've done. I don't know if it's a documentary. Yeah he's kind of all right. That's what i'm known for. Would you rather be known for that or or not or not known at all. So he's known for a collapse he could've won the british open. Would you rather be known. But you're still known. Mccollum is now like ralph. Branca made a career out of giving up that home. Run to bobby thompson. Yeah and he was a lovable person. Very well respected. If you do good with it. I think it's worth yes tom. I'm okay with being under the radar. Not having that on me. I don't need that infamy in news today the anniversary of al downing giving up the home. Run to hank aaron. I think you're right about that. April eighth. I think so and and al was a good pitcher. I think he'd won. Twenty games a couple of times for the dodgers. But when you think downing you think of that home run with the late. Hank aaron yeah mclovin you know i would. The worst would be if you gave it up. 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Are We Unstoppable?

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1:11:04 hr | 7 months ago

Are We Unstoppable?

"Oh Look at Boston. We'll Tom and look at. This stuff that they to some of like. Such quantum using and. Stuff like that is what we need. To turns, Gold Nice to be your boys congratulations on all that you're doing. Mediocre as it is at the LACI this year I'm very much thinking so I don't. That people together thank you. Brag. Dumped butter knife my wed off. These newer younger him or Barstool sports tigers had three back surgeries. He's had one fusion we welcome in from Barstool Sports, rigs and Trent guys welcome to the show or blades. Back, we're victorious is a format scramble has done it yet. Again, we've got a lot to break down to react to to discuss. There was so much going on there is drones were different characters, huge music stars, we have no lurch today each traveling I'm traveling. I'm currently at the airport might do thirty minutes and then try to pick it up. Later we might have just myself in tragedy might have just tried talking about himself to a wall I don't really know exactly what's happened but. We are, of course as always produced and helped and made a beautiful and productive by our guys, Jake and Brennan's shouts those guys they were running all over the place yesterday filming. Frankie was throwing drone up bug was doing finger traces on social. But boys we did it to know it feels great. To their task. I think that we are proving ourselves to be a dynamite foursome may be the best that the world has ever seen. It allows us to be cocky allows us to a full of ourselves because we get to be, we've beat a top twenty five Golfer, the World Kevin Kizer her, and then we be four solid guys who golf all the time to handicap Ah. Darius Rucker whatever he was a six or seven, and we beat them as a forest and so. I'm feeling good. I'm feeling caucus that a bunch of text messages yesterday couple I know that the islanders said that if they if we played them in a force informing scramble, we'd never want to play the game of golf again. So I said do you want? To smoke, we are undefeated and we are basically the best PGA pro bowl time like I said yesterday, it will probably beat tiger woods. I. Looked at large dead in is is said if we played tiger woods straight up right now we would beat him I think he was like, yeah, I think. So that's the discussion we need to have now because it does feel good that we're too and then we be Kevin, can beat the country superstars we played great. We have great team chemistry that is really I think determining factor. Where we all just play well, enough we pick each other up in the spots that we need them because once again, just like in the Kevin Kisner match three of the shots every once in a were terrible and awful and really bad and then one guy would just step up and nail shot and that was really the huge factor in all of it, and now we have to have the discussion. Is there ever or anyone on the planet one person who can beat us in a format scramble I would argue probably not. I would say, no, I just think no I, think we are the best single player in the world I think that like official World Golf rankings four scramble is number one I. Don't know how we could possibly be beat by you're saying Trent we just are a complete player. I. Don't think any one person has the chemistry that we as four people have. It's just like no way to have that. We've got a great short game we need it. We've got great guys off the tee when we need it, we've got great wedges and approach shots when we need it, we got great law. When we actually need it. So it's just like we're just a complete player we've been grinding. It's been years in the making of kind of trying to get our game to that point where we can compete with the best in the world and I mean yesterday was a drubbing. We we killed them yesterday I know that it came down to report on seventeen like it weeks just killed and Darius made a huge bottom whatever that was eleven twelve, which kind of change the match we've got a lot to get into with those guys and what each Actually playing, you know eighteen holes of golf with them. owns out there sponsoring. So big thanks to owens drink and transfusions throughout the day I know Mr Jaylen was very early in the day like how do I get another one of these transfusions? Eleven or big thanks to Owens Owens mixture. They were there. 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Definitely can't make out what they're saying. So, let's get into their team Darius more than wall in hardy. Jake and it was it was very intimidating. I would say early on the first person we saw was Darius Rucker and I was like an hour before tea time just alone with his son on the range absolutely grinding on sway. Here. Darius Rucker means one of the biggest and most famous musicians in the history of earth and music, and every was head to toe px in like black and white match outfit just ready to go. You know what we were talking about how great our team is and how great the chemistry is and I've got a little tidbit here that'll give you a view into that. And I were on the range. We were on the range warming up an incredible range like you can't even describe how amazing it is their trigger. It's got track man it's downhill there's tractors there's fire burning everywhere. So it smells like like a campfire burning would you feel like you're going to camp? It was an incredible experience but Franken I were on the range by ourselves warming up and then Darius Rucker Rolls Up. On. US doesn't say anything doesn't even acknowledge our existence. So he's on a far other end the range and we're thinking. All right. If we're not even GONNA exchange pleasantries, the misses a match like I know we're raising money I know it's the format scramble. It's just were there and have a good time but he was grinding on his swing didn't say anything to frank your eye and then this big old dude named. Lurch Rolls Up to the range and he just sorta he. Ma Nozzles up to Darius Rucker and says, hello and get some laughing and that is a very integral part of the relationship just to Sorta warm people up like that because Frankie and I were we were just GonNa stand there all day and maybe all through the round never say a single word various, Roger? Until, Lurch walked up and just sort of said. What's up with this big booming voice as we are super precipitated Darius hat us the second. We saw where like. All right. He wins like he's just dominating system was caddy and forum like you said, dress head to toe psg the whole thing and we never had the chance into lurch walked there and introduced himself, and then we kind of like humanized where it's like. All right. This guy actually has personality he. Actually wants to talk to us. He's happy. Were there at home course he lives on the golf course everything about that was was huge that lurch broke that ice because ice was fucking rock solid and it was fifteen feet thick because we didn't have a chance of breaking that thing and it was I i. don't think I would say the word to end the whole day I do that I completely. Agree and turns out Darius as you would imagine incredibly nice fellow just a very nice genuine guy I'm sure we'll get more of that. But as soon as the ice was broken, he was very cordial and very NAS Darius was cracking me up man he was he was kind of the the quieter one line guy through the group your golf you got everybody's got somebody out there who is just kind of cracking. One liners. Chirpin. But he also is like you know I mean he's he's witty and artistic enough and his one liners redundant and they weren't with local and they weren't tedious like a lot of the ones that you've heard. He was just dropping little one liners that I'd never heard before and he was very very funny and he was buried a bed by he wanted to win. We gotta get into hardy. Who hardy was maybe the most ultimate grinder out there. He was doing the Commu- of Jj where he was getting down like a spider behind the ball reading the Greens Yogi was a circle in a pin like tiger when he's stalking his pots trying to get the read on everything. So right away, it was sort of in the mall was just chilling guy was just having himself a great. Can you didn't? Let guys. Cool Man. That's a cool guy. Everything about school. He took his mike off because he just didn't WanNa wear it anymore no one's that'll work. He's just this young cool long hair and may I say extremely good looking individual and I'm not even like I've said before I'm not a big country music. So I have avert a bunch of his music but everyone else here and I think Frankie maybe as we they say his music is fantastic. So he just has everything going in his direction two dollars point whistling that somewhere it's like whiskey glasses singing saying. I was like. It was literally like getting out of my carton funneling through by Carter looking for a t and doing that he looked at me on point the. All right I, see you like Oh shit. That's embarrassing. Invade my head. Because it's a really he's got some bangers. You just released some New Music Hari just recently released a new album and obviously Jayco we talked about what's going on his show I went on the show that he came on here but we got real emotional talking about grandparents in love and playing music. We talked about how like I just listened to go and we all listened going in our car driving fuck and get like Wendy's at two o'clock in the morning and it's very strange that we're friends with them. Super friendly and be able to go golf with them all the time. So it was a really crazy experience hardee's lefty. He's got a very smooth swing darris obviously, Darius, rucker I, forgot to put him in that little rant going on about these guys Derek's workers fucking who you the blowfish I mean. It's crazy. What goes without saying goes without saying and his swing is is great. You could tell he's like a country club like he plays a lot at that that style of Golfer he just got that really smooth compact swing Darius and going back the Hardee's game his lefty smooth swing. I've ever seen it's like this pendulum where he goes back and forth takes unbelievable dividends never seen anything like that I mean it was he was basically. trunking at the ground with the ball was was was two thousand miles an hour low. He had these low missiles that Roseanne he was really good Golfer and thrown. Towns Ball. Off The tee pounds the ball like we went into it knowing Jayco and pounds the ball the first time hardy pounded one we were like we might be in fucking trouble. Is a huge fan of Barstool to which was awesome. He's. Got To tell you man like He. He made a random pizza review. He's like that ill foreign overview at New York City man with those kids that game in music that's my favorite should of all time is you answer every single one? Hardee's chilling there. Look at his like he's got the whole southern slag all with the long hair glasses and you just like see him sitting on his tour bus practice watch pizza abuse. That's such a cool thing. Yeah I mean it was a really cool experience playing with all those guys because they're just regular dudes obviously when you go and see them up close but I was very nervous on the first tee and we have these loops now where you can check your heart rate mine was one sixty one and I was just like I'm always nervous for these things and You can go back and check the tape on the kizer one where I could barely get my balm tea and I was just as nervous and problem we lost a for secondary I. Think you did a little blip there audio, but I think you're saying that you just didn't have the ball on the table which I looked down at your hand, your hand was shaking. How how long rambling like? I I was very nervous very nervous. I'd leave for me and I don't know why and I swear is going to sound crazy because I was just watching the Games but I think because my heart and I was so nervous for two straight was watching the islanders. Months that like went on now in like a high pressure high heartbeat. Like situation I actually don't feel it as much like I've got so used to having one, hundred, twenty, one resting heart rate watching the games at night when I was on that too literally felt normal I wasn't nervous at all. I unders- numb the islanders knowing your nerves. To the. Feeling, of having your heart bouncing in your throat like when I'm watching double overtime games, these accomplish files or something I started to get used to that feeling I mean I, check my banbury audience and I was a hundred twenty resting heart rate like just sitting there during an interventional hundred. So I, feel like being on that teebox was like Oh this is a familiar feeling. Just felt this two weeks ago like a week ago. This is it is just normal my heart supposed to be my throat. When I frankly said that in the first fairway you're like, are you guys nervous I'm not really nervous at all and I was like, what do you mean retirement? I'm shaved. Stand bucket still man I when I came up Trent personal hit a great drive down the left side and then both Frankie and lurch pipe down the middle that was after we watched all four is in I four some who I mean this is the first moment that we're all getting shots. This is the first moment. Were you size people up? It's like, okay all the talking all the trash talk where on the range trying to give everybody. A hard time. Now when you're on the I T it's like it's go time. Let's see what you got all four of them stripe on then all three of you stripe one. So I'm up and everyone's like. Well, there's no way the group eight grade tee shots like we're just all not that good at all and I hit one so far right almost missed the goff all and frankish like you guys nervous like, did you see what happened? Worse I shall receive a CCD hit. Ever. It was. It was really really. Really. Bad and what I've what I've learned in those situations despite what I said on this already about how nervous I was and that I was borderline having a heart attack according to my whoop is that you just got to go. You just gotTa do it whenever we the not and it points right at me I'm ready to go because of the more you wait the more nervous you get. So I can't imagine being the eight guy in that group after we all hit pretty good drives having to hit one down the middle that's an impossible task. is also like I just don't like me and Trent don't hit the ball as far as frankie enlarged right when they hype went down the middle is like, well, what am I doing? This is just It's almost like, I. I'm only hitting tee shot. It's like a out of torture. There's no reason. To for me to other than everyone's a laugh at like look at idiot guy with the hideous swing trying to hit that golf fall into the air like that's that was the only reason that I was there I was up puppet at that point I. Was a pretty good drive at Lurch. Absolutely piped is he probably had his own a fifteen yards for meal like landed a pass line and you stepping up there there's. Never a chance we're getting is you're on how good you hit it off. So. Well, that you there's nothing you could have done. And normally in that situation, you'll just be well, I don't need to hit one because lurch has already got one down there way way down there but it was the I, see. So it's like all right. Thank you. Yeah. It would have been very funny if I just walked off the G. It was I know but but right like what are we? What are we here to do? We're here to laugh at Riggs hitting horrible like this I have to hit the shot. So that was all in my head with Darius j.j and Morgan and Harvey all chirpiness the whole time. But it was man it was pretty surreal because on a golf course, you can't hide over the course of five six hours like you're gonNA will you're GonNa? Chit Chat with these guys. So it just became by the fifth or sixth hole. It's like we're on the teebox people hidden and we're just chatting with hardy and Morgan, and at one point you're saying Morgan and hardy were just talking and they're like a rigs chatting like how do we get one of those hoodies like one of those? I'm just like you guys can just get anything in the. You could ask somebody to just get you like a moon rock and they'll just make it appear a you guys are megastars. What do you mean? How do you get? I'll just give you whatever you want in the entire world that they were just normal dudes hardy rolled in his tr or Morgan world in his pickup truck just the most predictable way expected thing blaring music with no care in the world and was just playing golf with us. So all things wild. In terms of the actual golf? I thought that we again played. A more clutch than I expected I think that a lot of people thought the first time we did it against kids. It was a little lucky like there's no way that they just are one at wonders in can just do that consistently but I think re again almost to a T. played the same kind of game where like we have a couple of guys like Frankie Lurch drove the ball great Trent got into a groove where he was able to hit some fairways when we need an even though he had to draw going in the Middle Part of the around which I like to see that I don't think gee, drawing all before like that trump I don't think I've seen myself do that I was stunned. It was happening on the range and I was hoping that it wouldn't carry over to the actual around and boy did it. It kept doing all day long I don't know what I was doing differently. I didn't think I was doing anything differently but the ball had a completely different flight. It worked out a couple of times but yeah, no, I was stunned by that as well. And then we were able to hit good ships could possibly really needed them and just we just want like there's really nothing anybody can say we just we just were better than they were yesterday and I think that the next test I mean I know page sporadic was chirpin like her girls are going to be able to beat us, people are asking us like, have you played tiger woods pains valley would you guys play straight up? Would you guys be able to win and I think the answer is? Absolutely we'd be able to rent were just better than people right now. So that's sort of where the four-man scrambles act quick reminder that you golf season. 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The other thing from the match that I would say was that Darius probably added the biggest jolt of energy into the deformed scramble. And I think that we really need that because I think even though he left on the fifteen or sixteen, I think he was just GonNa leave after we took huge break at the turn. Where we went to one of those conversations and we're all pounding like bacon cheeseburgers and stuff. Darius was literally about to walk off at that point very abby made along. excited. Agree with a lot. Yes. Oh troubadour. Gulf whereas as much troubadour was the craziest like country club vodka never been at I don't know. It's probably the opposite of that old crusty walking on eggshells place that I've ever seen like the most opposite of ever seen. Yeah. I mean it's a playground for country music stars and Professional Golfers and. Brady plays like all these superstar people high level people go to this place. It's a discovery property, which I guess now I'm learning more about these properties and people own these places like discovery likes to go in and take over golf courses or build new ones on land had that relaxed five where you can like go out and fuck and take a shirt off or like it's not like in the rule book that you should do but they just don't kit. There's no like rules. There's no on eggshells. There's nothing that's crazy. That makes you feel like you're not at home they have A. wiffle ball stadium with a green monster audit they have a dirt. Dirt bike track ahead go kart track they have beach volleyball had. The first time and what's I think all Be Golf Tennis Frisbee. generate. Isn't there. Frisbee Golf I. For Office no people. So But yeah, they just have all this stuff and McClurg asses insane. It's got like all these lights everywhere Trent was alluding to afford no matter where you went on the property, there's always a fire burning. So you always smelt fire I won't put relic whereas the eleven told the guy followed the smoke. So that was cool. Didn't say. All the smoke of their the settle. He specifically said head north and follow the smoke northern follow the smoke on the GPS doesn't even take you. To. The right place you have to follow like directions via text message that they said do to get there, and at one point you will you will reach like this like wooden archway make left of the darker than follow the road down to the smoke pit and you like see the smoke pit everyone's standing around. It's so cool. Really. Really cool like I bought three things merchant there. That's like when you know that you want to rent the place like I'm a really big Fan Troubadour I'm really big fan that we play that place How committed are you to be in this This visor guy now? Well. That's the problem. So I got the visor or to The visor adult always visor anymore I think it makes me look like I'm on the LPGA towards crazy. The look is horrible but then. But then I can't take it off 'cause the second takeoff will lose. So I have to wait until we lose almost so. You just wear for the matches wherever the matches and then also. I like go WANNA get new once I got Pinehurst when we did the on, I got a true. But it's like it's like a gimmick bit piece of merge like I'm never wearing that visor anywhere, Assad? What we were the bachelor have like. A forty dollar. Never, wear clearly while you're wearing Shubert hat right now. That's what you'll wear around all wear this everyday life. So really cool stuff. We can't have you show up not in a visor next time we do a match because then you're just allowing yourself to be blamed immediately if we lose. Just like changing it out when we're on a two game winning streak. In hockey or whatever you like e certain thing I bet like a say like a cheeseburger the night before really big game he scored three goals. You're just not going to Nadia cheeseburger in the next game regardless what happens the next game? You are ever consider not superstitious, but the second I take that hat off on already in my own head saying, this is the reason why should the first out of bounds because I'm not wearing that hat or the last two times in a pipe, the ball as towns so yeah, I'll be wearing that. Yet troubadours. Awesome. Really, really cool. The staff there was fantastic bringing out jerky does and drinks. They had those conversations they have like these fucking little. Point, there's handed me eggs bacon. Legitimately fresh bacon off the fucking grill like it was I had never seen anything like. I never have either at like at four in the afternoon. They just had like a little bucket of Bacon Strips and I said I said, is that Real Bacon when she's like yeah, of course, it's real bacon as I can just eat bacon she's like. Would you like make it? Yeah. I would like to bake weed man came up. Are you eating Bacon. FUCKING BACON I'm inexperienced with Frankie he came walking out with his hands full of Bacon. Three pieces of big in my hand huge pieces to. I was like, are you eating Bacon right now? He said, yes right in there and then I went and feel my hands Bacon j just exodus our producer Jake, and he said that Darius had said yesterday that was the first time he's ever worn golf closed while at Troubadour for that match. So like usually it's just like a Hoodie t-shirt shorts. No shoes go out there fucking take the car from Your House, get it to the first team. Go on. The driving range or something had never seen before they attractors out in the middle of the drive You can just try hit they had a fire burning in the middle of the driving range like. One, seventy, five market was a fire. Yup. It was. It was justified. You could see smoke coming out like a barrel and. That just means that there's a fire in there, but it is. It's it's essentially everything that we love about golf and want it to be except for just super rich people that can afford to be members of this place unlike the compensations that we're talking about like the Hudson, these would be like elite cabins like they were awesome. They're kind of like discreet back in behind like A. but they weren't just like a kiosk they were like legitimate cabins basically with all this bacon and all the screwed and nice restrooms and they were what three or four spread across of course, like at different points people up to him. There was like a mini party going on at these comfort stations just on this golf course and it just it was a complete in portal fantasy land. It was I think mattress experience at one of these discovery properties have heard a lot about them. They've got like what he say twenty five or thirty different prop but he's now that they've got spread across the world but. but they do they do it right and Jay j Cohen was like there there will be somebody afterdeck. Rail shirtless at some point today a you can never except it's incredibly nice and I i. actually that we're going to get into some from the gallery stepped one guy said there is nick and he said he was like, do you guys suffer from Nairobi's course syndrome US essentially, like now you guys play so many nice golf courses are you unsatisfied or irritated when you play like a Muny and the conditions are great and not the same thing and like In A. Transformer your transit rigs are going, transform every club losing you am I your I think you might be back now. You are yeah. It's a better. Yup Dress fresh like don't warmer. You also look and you look like one as well. Your connection is such that it's It's all one you sound like a transformer look like one try again. Get back. No, and you guys hermit. Yes. I sound normal. Yes. You talk about if you can play Munich courses. While I was going to say, is that even I, don't even I don't think it's like Muniz and stuff I still. Got that sharp that'll always be there but I think after coming from discovery property and how cool that was that anyplace that's like starchy and has rules after like Tucker shirt in a certain way. No hats anywhere on the properties like those places now I'm GonNa look at as a federal. What are you? What are you guys like? What are you? Like? It's almost like like they're they're living in the nineteen forties and like they have different like constitutional law said, what are you doing? It's almost like they don't know that doesn't have to be that way. It doesn't. It can be like a very relaxed atmosphere. Everybody can have a good time. It doesn't have to feel like you're walking on eggshells a little time. I'm sure there's a benefit to them keeping it that way all the way buttoned up in the way that it's been forever but people just had so so so much more fun what it's like it is a. which every single place in the world was like I guess it just depends on what kind of club it is. If it's your fucking run of the Mill Lake Long Island Golf Club that's just like super. Dushi, and these guys just think they're better than everyone else that's fucking stupid. But if you go to Augusta national, we've argued about this you should have to like walk on eggshells because that's what makes that place really cool. We're not allowed in there and you finally sneak in behind the gates and it's like, all right. Let me I'd See almost like Cyprus like there's only a couple of places that I think, I guess like Shinnecock has that feeling I'm not supposed to be standing here right now because it's wasted like top five. Cool. But like when you go to just like fucking right like this, that place garden, City Golf Club, they're used to work at you can't can't use your phone. So if someone gives you like a Text me later here's my number like what's the business you have to write it on a Napkin and you have to wear a blazer in the clubhouse it's like Is that one of them chime strangled you strangle. Grabbed my neck and the trees and told me never touch GOP ballgame and cry and cry. Come. On Man I can't take out my phone right now it's twenty twenty literally get fired if I don't take my phone like we just played a round of golf what do you think this is and the problem is I think that they're holding on something that's very problematic. I think there's like a fucking weird world and what they're trying to hold onto in grasp on to, and then you have a place like discovery came out. We can play the same sport on a nicer golf course in a better location in a more relaxed setting where people are going to come here and have fun and kids can run around and walk like the wives can all go could play beach volleyball and then you all get back and you have a fire on the pitch at the coolest place I've ever seen and it's the same sports. Why place so different than the other especially. When you're not the top five place where it's like, you're not allowed here because it's just like the kick the grass post, your feet are touching. If you're not that place, don't ever fucking bring that vibe to me ever again. I agree. I agree with all the. Dumbest Country Club in the middle, of Fuck, I must say that guards much should keep talking. About. Just like a general golf club like if I just like go to a focus, someone invites me to their fathers. And I can't wear my shirt on. Own. Please take your hat off in the dining like why don't you? Shut the fuck out and let me go play up. Rigs very much like. It's yeah spa water I went with. The smart while I already. I like it. Let's go. That's a good choice. You make you make a very good point frankie about like when I do arrive at by place like Cyprus or like. and. I KINDA WANNA get yelled at a little bit I want them to remind me that I'm not good enough for them. But if you're like the three, hundred, sixty fifth best plenty of in the country, it's like, what are you? What do you do? You? Think you want your? Action occur not. Cyprus. So why don't you just let people have time themselves? Let's also get it twisted. Quite well off to play attributable, you're not like to be a member there to be involved. You have to be quite well, but the vibes there's. A House on the property just to belong there. One of the you need a house we have to purchase a piece of property before you can become a member. There is one of the more stunning fact. I've ever heard in my life so much money like anyone listening to this who just camping? Because they're better than you and deserve to have the stuff that they have their because over money and their way better than most. People Somehow worked our way. Buying. A mask airports buzzer. Just, in that airport. I gotta hit this fucking train Philadelphia. Dallas and then I gotta go to all within the next twenty four hours so I need to get going. Onto the train I'm sure at some point we will be speaking if not I don't. If I do not speak to the rest of the day, it has been really are to know I'm sure all end up on the phone with you guys at some point doing this podcast. But if I don't Henrik focus is no longer New York Ranger and here's another thing I'll say all these fucking fans apparently. Just. Like Apparently like when when like something finally happens, you have this rivalry for fifteen years with this. He's the face of the franchise of the team that I hate. That's what makes sports. So great is I despise the Rangers Rangers fans despise and your islanders their franchise goalie for fifteen years is no longer playing on their team and I am happy about it. I tweeted SIA fucking later. Just. To a man who devoted his life to New York I. I wouldn't. Wouldn't mean go pimple we literally like getting fistfights in today because. The ranger fans check top and. Thirty two straight years at every single game they play even if they play the right wing. Sucks I. Mean what jobs are there is that the New York Islanders, I've cried in our room because people being so mean to me. Sick. I very much respect how classless your response to. Go because it's it's on brand it would be it would be very off brand not you if you were like Hanno we've had our differences handling, but I, actually just wanted to say great career that would not be Frank Borelli that would not be somebody that I know and friends with whatsoever. So your complete lack of class in the way that you handled. Him being let go and bought out I thought was great. Why? Why shouldn't island or any class when it comes to just like have it in thought about your hockey team and the other. Thing about this guy's a person I even wrote that my next tweet like right role model Great Guy For New York Sports. He's Derek jeeter hockey. I get all of that stuff. If you're a ranger fan, you idolize Henrik lock fine but like met fans want the Derek Jeter to die for the twenty years if he played for the New York Yankees, are you kidding me right now? It's jealousy. It's rage. It's anger. It's sports. It's all that is I. We didn't have going for fifteen years and I had this guy with the largest dick in the best hair. Got Like everything that you want to hate in my opposing team mit division in the same state what are we talking about here? Frankie and I took the earliest flight out of naturalist morning crazy early flight. So we got to the gate around six. AM We didn't? We didn't go to the airport together. We met at the gate and the first thing he started talking about was handed Lundquist. And how happy he was that he got bought out now he can laugh in Rangers, fans faces and so yeah, it would be disingenuous of you to then play play it soft and be like Oh you know I didn't hate them that much and Blah Blah Blah it's gotta be Genu. All hate him all these islander fans like this is really bad. This is a look for our teams like. Bro Literally boom the guy every single time it comes to the stadium we call him queen. Henrik just because he's in the game at that point, you can say, respect his career, you can him as a person great person. I'm sure there's a lot of charitable work. I'm not saying Henrik Lewis as a person I. I think he's a great human being. On the ice I wanted to kill him he's At least almost. It's almost on ranger fans for putting those types of expectations on for being like he's our guy he's GonNa win then he doesn't win the king. It's also people can't be surprised I mean this is Frankie. You're the same guy who disrespected the entire country of Mexico and strategy. When you said Abraham answer should quit off after tiger woods destroys the president's gum. So I mean, this is what this is how you feel as. Very authentic. Man. You can't say it's like we should really be respectful. What are you talking about telling US sports here? Misery of US talking. About. I'm flying southwest. So we're doing that thing where we're in line right now hold on what? I thirty eight. So I I got a good. I do not like that process whatsoever. I. Love. I just got check in on time. You've just gotTa tell me where I'm going to say Gimme a row in a number I want to go there I don't want to have. It actually doesn't end up being as violent and pushy Chevy as it sounds but I would prefer to be told where to sit. You don't want to have any choices or any decision to be US want to be with you. I. Pray. To get going, I gotta I gotta get. Going? Needle. All right. I'm getting onto an air. that. No I'm the fuck. Outta here seal later I'll talk to you later. All right see. All right folks we are back we have returned. We've got Frankie's on a train on the way to philly words isn't a parking lot somewhere with Zach's on T. Shirt on bought outfits change into a real sales person professional. He has rejoined the show so he can get his odds on the entire match, Trent has moved in spot where he where didn't move for months is that correct? I am in the exact same spot was when we did the first part of the show. This is where I am. This is where I live. So we got some from the gallery stumps and get to we wanna hear his thoughts on the match to I mean I knew astronaut vodka. 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You know how'd you feel about our game versus Kisner match? So where am I in Phoenix I had a nice flight from leaving Nashville the connected through Houston to Phoenix. I'll be in Phoenix for four hours, five hours and I'm right back to Houston for a drone meeting tomorrow. So in VR's here in an hour and then I'm talking drones tomorrow morning it was fairly deflating believe Houston only to know that I'll return also I've got my golf bag and everything else in the bathtub thing so I'm just a traveling closet right now. The match I will say I. I was nervous. I was nervous after they all hit their tee shots on one because after they'll hit their tee shots on one. I was like these guys are Gamers and Jake Bowen said that Guy Hardee's ten. He's no ten. So that got me all right. We got to play some good golf. Then we hit some great balls out there. MINUS RIGS, but there was seven good balls before that. So there's just Talking about. So Off, thirty seven thousand feet I tried to join from more but it just wasn't going to happen. You can't. There's no possible situation. Can you have a good tee shots on one hole just impossible? So that was like we gotta play Good Golf then we missed our pot on one but was soon as we had that good opportunity on wanted kind of settled down to be like all right we're gonNA play with these guys. and. Then we kind of they didn't really do anything special. It wasn't Jae. Cohen's Best Golf. They didn't really do anything special until the back, and we kind of coasted to a to lead May three-putted one hole, which is an embarrassment on a scramble. You can't take twelve parts at one whole. Sixteen years it's in bad or twelve. That's right. Nine I would say they're they're. Probably, just made the next one. Doesn't. Numbers. Contacts. Not, a numbers test. But I will say the match came down I think to. Owens Pot hitting the the The flagpole, the flagstick and not coming out because at that point, they started like knocked domino's down. Darius knocked got forty foot putt in. They got excited. Then assumes that Putt in Falls I. Now we just have to settle down and kind of have a couples ear and it's ours. I think EVATT pot had gone in instead of popping back at us it could have been a totally different finish because. I mean, they started to get a little momentum get a little vibe going it was exceptional. Those guys are amazing. It was amazing. How dare is play and then chase rice filled in after just like a crazy amount of name power and everything going on with us but it was amazing. Unbelievable is a hope we raised a good chunk of change because it was a special special time a lot of fun to meet those guys learn. What do you think of I'm talking about low here because I'm just in public transportation I'll also the islanders mask such a shout out today suits and now it's unreal. Feet on twitter down for for. Some somebody actually said to Franken. Go hold the camera forgave Dick. WAS ON. But I read that I just technical any balls the whole basically eulogy thing I felt like I just texted him like his dad just died listened like I want you to know I'm happy that you're upset but I know why you're upset this is your Derek jeeter leaving your team that shattered me when people left mine I still don't respect human being but at the end of the day like. Whatever it's your guy I'm not going to go on without analogy but keep going. I mean I know jeeter was like the best we've ever had with fought with fucking five championships and it was like Glorified you're Mike Richter guy you're different. You're you're a different generation ranger fan the ranger ideal with have never want anything in their lives. You Saw Stanley Cup. You're a different breed that I can't handle like I have nothing over you. I have everything over go any balls because he acts like you with none of the attributes like you know what I mean it drives me crazy. But yeah, we'll just quickly to that like Lundquist I think is an just an amazing. An amazing goalie I like tweeted out something like that. He just loved and cared so much between the pipes every night and I love that. But definitely, no jeeter. A jeeter would be like a messy for us when Messier left, that was tough you know like. When that whole group of like Graves Leach Messier. Like larmer. Zubov Buca boom all when those guys graduated names. Talking, name in the world one of. The last three names you could have made up I would I would have still gone with it. So Buca boom was this Beasley defenseman and he played next Brian Leetch Brian mostly. Name. Nicknames like book sounds like his name like Buchnevich, but it's really the bookable. Yeah. But anyway, so keep going frank. I think I forgot was oh What do you think so Talking low because I'm on public transportation. What do you think about the fact that I said? No, one can beat us now like a single player and you kind of joked about it on the golf course. So like had we played rory mcilroy yesterday we beat him though. So we did talk about that on the golf course. We kind of went back and forth and I like I like said no jokingly and laughed, and then I was like you know what? Maybe? Maybe. Maybe as in my mind that we can. One person in the jam golf as a foursome. It did a maybe did cross my mind but I still I have a hard time truly believe in it because when you look around this room, you don't see greatness greatness is just not in any one person's golf game but seemingly we will we score really well together and I don't know what that is if it's like you know the pauses that. We're all aware of on this podcast somebody talks, and then like you know just there's really no follow in somebody jumps in some there's some sort of unnatural rhythm in the way that we go about working together and maybe that just echoes into the golf course of actually having adopting here's the thing is that in now thirty six holes of competitive play, we get to miss a shot on one hall. Never. been at. Bodega there's never been a time in which we either small. We met a couple of vitamins. We've never been chance for sign where we've just. talked. To. Someone on the Toronto Man I haven't moved in all right here we go. hold on low I know. I was gonNA tell them a little jokey said about the is. At the show, I had to show my ticket. For. Half a second you're getting robbed the train. Came over before it was like going to see your tickets maybe two minutes ago and I know it's just the dubs check again like we just talked to menacing I've thought offers sure you're going to be the guy that's talking on your phone and Maguire cost don't so so so then he's like did you get this bag checked for way when you got on and he pointed on my luggage and I was like no, he's like are you shirt like how'd you get through and I was like And just stared at him and he's like just a joke is like I'm acting like the plane you get it. was like. Shit yeah I mean that's since been riding the train to law but Yeah. No I just don't think we've missed the showers never been like like a ball twenty yards out all bladed over the green unless ourselves with like a tough way up and down like I just feel like we've always gotten it done never once have we. Have to take a mistake. Well. That's one shot that figured it out. That's honestly earth but we figured it out with one job. That's honestly and it's come to the chipping lot. We're rigs has been huge where he Why forget what all it was, but you're rich in unbelievable. Portraying at partners over the bunker, do you remember? where it was like if we're with her, we had three shots. Pretty much dead and we need rigs the come through with an amazing chip shot and he's at least two to right now and that has been gigantic. Would say that's just that's just us being a complete golfer as for human beings not as me but as a minutes like on some level, you're right a given the even the to I think we need to bow. He's Hyder summer to the the fourth hole was a five, hundred, fifty, yard, par four and we. Teach, and then the eleventh hole we just had we just played sloppy if you guys remember where his Birdie, the tenth, and then on eleven we hit it over by that bunker and nobody chipped it anywhere close and then we had like a fifteen footer and we all miss that. So even those holes like we were right there we were I wasn't like hit a drive out a plane we ended take me just like we haven't really made any big mistakes because I think as for we are just a complete golfer and I do think that would be very mcelroy i. do think that we beat Justin Thomas I think we would be tiger woods just two. On the challenges out there now. So if I mean we're to know we got were pretty cocky where we're full of ourselves but we've earned outrageously. I mean. But we were winners right now we are in the driver's seat in terms of being winners. So if anybody wants to come knock on our door, we're going to answer it and there's there's a real chance that we're GONNA win but I say bring it on we'll take anybody who wants it especially one person I feel very congregating extremely because the no one's beaten up just like Beata us and shut us up like Neko's eat our weren't since the way this works its way competition work it's the worst sport worked. Yeah, it's crazy to say it's like laugh out loud funny. When somebody says in this podcast, we collectively can beat Royal Rory mcilroy or something like that like that just makes me smirk smile and laugh at myself because fundamentally it sounds wrong but. I think there's a real good chance that we would win and it'd be amazing. If you know the Barstool sports book could create odds on what that is. Calculated that, but I would really like to know who they would call the favorite who's plus money. WHO's mind is money would crack me up. It's so funny to hear US talk about it. Now because before the kisner matching, I don't even know if we talked about on the podcast, it might have been just almost talking together off Mike where we didn't know which way the kids are mattress going to go like we were very like. There was a fifty fifty chance. We're definitely going GONNA lose that, and then for the foreseeable future for the format scramble, it was how many times are these guys going to lose in a row now that we just caught fire and we're to and we think we're the best golf from the world and we just might be. Onto your. Lettuce, we're all. We have to give us a spot. We have to pick our battles and like our spots because we can't just go up against four sticks we'll get absolutely dry like destroyed of like we are picking like. We picked Kisner on a really long of course like against his game we knew he was going to be over par like around par, and then like we pick these guys who have a fifteen handicap and a ten handy tap like we have to keep making like reasonable or A. Talk Shit number going to play against four in. Like that, we need to shoot eleven under any. We need to say you know that we're the best player in the world and that will play anybody anytime anyplace but then only play a place where we know we can win we're. Not Going to agree to a situation where you can live so. I would say yesterday was as daunting task maybe more daunting than Kisner. Because those guys like j just plays I think better off limits. We we have a really tough time winning that one by going forward. We're we're going to claim that we would be anyone or only gonNa play situations where I think that we're the favorites. Frankie kind of just did the in like conversation arguments where he talks on the good side and then the bad side but pretty much just did that's all. The best. Golfer of the whole of the whole world and then he's like, but we have to control it. So you just Paul's that everybody else will poke in us but you just gave them all the all the stick. No but that's good. He's getting out in front of it. It's like you talked about eight miles somebody he knew that people were going to come out and be like here's the reason why you guys aren't the Best Golfer in the world and Bang Bang Bang Bang and he just put it out before them and he took all their energy where the best in the world and we get to choose on opponents Bingo. Right and I think we are collectively the Best Golfer in the world and I think the format scramble is a four V one matchup. If we just scramble, we should call it something else because it's just you know like the foreplay scrambled verse somebody else. But because day for exactly let's call that scrambled eggs or something different because if you put us as one if you more are beautiful bodies into one. Were, the Best Golfer in the world Right, we beat the country stars as one when they were a beautiful ones shot also so You're better than them as one. Solid. Now I got back I got a text last night from another country music teams. Who Round with me mice? And he was saying like what if he gets someone involved now alike by the name of John Daly or something I if that starts happening and we start getting guys at just or professional golfers trying to mix up and get into a four man scramble with teammates. That's when we started getting a little dicey for me I. Think Personally I think coming into waters that we can't. We have been able to John Daly just straight up just because John Daly would absolutely destroy us in the mental game like these John Daly So. Also I heard from some some LPGA, poor players are like we have. We bring four LPGA toward players to play together I said. No like no, they get to do a scramble there just. Isn't veto some. We're not in the business losing so we got a bad on. A play and LBJ or player and will prove that we're just better than she is. as a collective offer. You rigs count. Briggs has come out a little. Probably elite a careful. Yeah. Like the peach brand crew would probably give us the heart that would be the toughest wanna-be yet. They're fucking legitimate offers, and so they're all going to be lower handicap than they just hit the ball shorter than us I guess on average. But aside from that. Dial one, hundred, fifty are that and they have four shop. Right just beat us if it was page frantic and her like three buddies from the PG LPGA tour they would just without question beat us. Yeah. and. It wouldn't be that close. Yeah but that's where we think about the putting too. Yeah. That's where we gotTA. Be. Tickets to. Concert Yeah. Yeah. Rigs cutting out a little bit. But because I think he's going through some bad service, we might have just lost. We got you got you guys on some looking to your guys at zoom call and the screens are popping in and out like crazy. DROP OUT FRANK HE'LL drought frankly comeback in rigs will pop out pop in. But I think you're all back in right now. little nightmare has were the show on the road. That's. Defined show on the road to. Right. Now, besides trend is moving in the opposite direction. Church Capabilities Zoom right now. I. Just put my just put my phone down. I gotTA head to this meeting can put on shirt. I just bought it for nine dollars a Nordstrom. Rack. When did you wear were wearing a shirt ten seconds ago Do that Now. I. Put the phone down for a quick second I got. somethin' because you know how sweaty I get. I did that. Just, just just appeared in a different open. Hey. Hey Crews and. That's the bottom line. SMART. Or Tuna. So one of the from the gallery questions while we're on this topic Greg. Has Played, A to Z to match within the foreplay crew was like I know you guys playing on the same team a lot lately but if you're doing a big to onto match who on the squad is your first choice that you want on your team? I'm talking in terms of like ability versus yes. Yeah. Okay. We're getting in here. There we go. That's the train conductor. Well. Dr. Okay is guy drives the train. Train. Yeah. Well, don't they the aren't you call conducting? Yes. Correct. Right. That's their culture. Yeah we're. Going a little meeting here. Thank you appreciate it. You ask them what's the difference? Between the person who's driving the train and what's what's what's the other name? Persons Engineer. All you're right. It is engineer. Different Union the whole thing. You. Unions or complexities. Gotcha makes sense. All right. Cool. Appreciate. Thank you there. There you go. Different unions different. Engineer sounds like they're giving traindriver a lot of credit. Right that's what I kind of thought but then I didn't want to discredit them without comment. But. Everybody. Watches the odds do the fucking train simulators possible to get these frames going. It's amazing. Yeah. I have watched that have. Wow. What it was really something we got going on today. So I would say with regards to WHO's the first pick Frankie and I are number one in the cup which so we were the top dogs in Australia, which is nice to say but I don't know that that's too. That's too much of a short term judge because right now I would say I'm like one of the worst values in the group because I'm a four and a half and I just don't play to a four and a half right now. The engineering. I everyone of us six rings as a partner just because he's just immensely better at short game and unscramble you need to have to chips and if me and lurch her together a night alerts make double bogeys in triple bogeys because we take some ball in the hole. Right. But rigs can't get off the tee right? was such a good team. Right. So if you pair that with any of us, I even tried to get t right and if you pair that game with any of. Rigs and chat rigs and large raisin nets. The correct answer you can't go any other accommodation. I duNNo. I might have taken lurch urged hitting the ball so well. I duNno, it's tricky. But I agree exist short game is becoming laughable. How good it is also the thing that is like the amplifier to rigs, it's your game right now is every time there's a pressure. It's a tap Mex- shot. which is like. The player of how good it's been. Say yesterday you drill them pods. Without even getting a read. The I hit some quick ones when there wasn't a lot of people around sometimes putz just look better than the rest like the whole just looks more available more open and you can just knock it in. And then happened to me twice yesterday, which is gray on like twelve or fourteen footers. But I do agree rigs his short game from fifty yards and in it's becoming amazing. How good you are right now It's never been like that before it is getting I don't know I just feel incredibly good with it to the point where like like I want all three of you guys to hit bad shots so that I get to show off and if my at my Expense. Also also, very bits like if you're hitting drives out of bounds, it's like why need to be able to show that I'm capable of just generally doing something here. So I hope one of these guys misses his. Do something but. Games good and hit I mean even when I played when I played Jake on Sunday one on one and I shot seventy nine beat them. I had four drives out about sounds like my driver right now can can be really dicey. So I gotTA craisins or Short did it actually Piss me off on the one hole when we all kind of bad drives into that make that ravine area and Trent hit a perfect buttery cut down the hill and winter like ninety yards away from the whole. It was impossible pin behind a bunker and I remember I had a wedge and lurked ended up dumping one Trent dust one back into the ravine on the second shot and it was being rigged with fucking wedges in our hand from ninety yards away. I remember being ocean like this is going to be tough. And I hit a fucking perfect. Maybe the best ninety yard wedding ever hit went up onto the green in high checkup and like people in the green like Oh shit and then regis hit one tighter aftermath. Like Like that's what I mean like. It's like we can't even get a break with this guy, one, hundred yards so. I do like goal say. That I've that same way to. Unleash finally, hit one. Yeah you're always trying to help out the team I will say rigs. Met. Him Is Best Schroeck in his game is a thirteen foot putt it's just he's been sick at that for years and it's just We've played thousands of matches verse one another, and it's the most AFL aiding thing in the world when I think I have advantage on the whole because I usually hit it better and then he makes thirteen footer and I missed a four footer to lose the hall and it's happened thousands of times. And I think that that's like been his best shot forever. So it's short games. Phenomenal. I guess rigs would be the topic 'cause you gotta get the whole. He's doing better than anybody here. I will say I thought Frankie drove the ball extremely well yesterday. This is one big fuck in talks up. Yours s we got all of our cost, her own mouse. S. Of dig, just sharing Swab Indonesian. FO- boy. Horrendous bizarre and like. US Austin the listener. Really. An unfortunate seeing you probably you know what I mean. there. On we've got another, we get another from. What is it took a solid? Play Thomas I can call the coming. You can hear your train breaking. Shit engineer talking higher than our. Next from. The guard. Alex. If you get a whole in law on on that sweet nineteenth hole pains valley does that count One, hundred percent. That's an interesting one. I it is interesting. You know 'cause we've all we always say. Almost, always on the show, it's if you basically you emailing the question that starts out with it does this whole one count if we say, no, we say absolutely not be a big just because for the most part, it's always some weird set of circumstances where it shouldn't count anyway or you get one like at the cradle at pioneers were these two Frankie and rigs might still claim to have one, but it's kind of. This. Kind of clown golf a little bit. But as pains valley, that's just a regular normal hole that they've had it onto exquisite golf course. So. Yeah I. would say, no the more I think about how it's just a it's a clear now in las unless. Unless you deem that whole is part of your eighteen that I think it's Pretty clear now. If you're saying like I'm going to start on the nineteenth play through seventeen then sure counts. But if you're gonNA play eighteen holes, the nineteenth, you're just going to say like I played that then no however I think what I would do to ensure that accounts is if I made a hole in one on the nineteenth and I played one thousand nine holes and that was the nineteenth I would just go around again and play the seventeenth called in other eighteen. Don't understand the argument and like where we draw the line on what's real and what's not when life we're out there as amateur golfers. Always should've just run out of breath I walked up. Safe. For Amateur. We're amateur golfers like nothing matters that we do we take. Breakfast I mean I've really helping them off and On. Versus. We're taking breakfast. All keys were fucking tasty Gimme from four feet outs or anything matchplay. Partner. Has a good shot. We don't play it out like you know what I mean like. It's just like we're amateurs out there playing golf, and if you got a whole one year counting it within in that round, I just don't understand why played around a golf you seven to the nineteenth. At Tiger Woods is booking brand of course with that backdrop it literally looked out of a video game and you had a wedge or whatever I don't know what the difference is. One twenty or something like that. I think so. And you drain one like a little bit of Baxman. Like your recruits parade your group. Mad Inter dozing cal because it wasn't within the regulations of eighteen display like. Submitting to the USDA for. The. fucking trophy. Goes where he played you got the ball in the hole in one shot. I couldn't agree more. Intrusive bullshit like we intruded on that's not real. Go while they. While the cradle is not real real gone. You went out there and you're playing well. Pains Valley's different they just like I. See I'm morally towards. Counts because it's just like they added another full leg golf all that's just out there. That's why it's more I feel like can accounts more than? Sixty yard shot at the crater. That's very different than what if you finished number? And then you went onto the the pull, the cradle one, hundred, ten, yard, par three to drain. It. Doesn't count. There's a difference. There's there I think there's a big difference. I think you know it because you had to say you finish up summer to walk all the way over the cradle. Now you're on the ninth hole at the cray like. Pays Valley. We play eighteen holes. Oh, look they added a nineteenth one. Let's go play out onto and it goes all. Sage Valley. Where we did, we'll take one of my favorite of all the time. We only played nine holes. And I going to be played the back nine as the par-three Four. and. What have you got? Home One on the thirteenth Vol- even though the last nine zero three. Even though that's the thing you can do in front nine is the regular floors like regular full, then the back nine. You're making my you're making my head her with that but I just. Want you decide to play like you just showed up to the odds and there's a whole there. Regardless of the distance or whatever you've done prior. Anytime anytime you say. You head over to the par three course you lose me. Okay. Well, yes. You head over to the tar three hole on a real point. I don't know what the differences. Utah, there's a difference Cambridge. Thinking what if you play nine holes? And then on the temple. You make a hole in one, but you don't finish. Right I would count that. Is. Like what if you can't finish because the weather or son went down Now didn't tell them a guy like cabbage or something like sorry man. One on the front nine doesn't count. We'd just been. I think that counts. The scenario lurch laid out I think that counts. Guys. I don't know. It's a tricky one. I think we've lost three fourths of this podcast right now in terms of in terms of Internet ability actually I can see chewing on something I think rigs high choose going on Jake. Just texted me producer Jake, Bass, just text me. Learn can you stop snacks on the podcast? I just crushed a whole bag I choose I love that you got called up while I walked through Penn station allowed US place on earth. He, Walnut, you have your nutrition that you need from meeting to meeting, but I'm allowed to walk through Manhattan maybe the loudest place on our. Out. For me. I can't tell Frankie to just not be doing what he's doing. He asked to be doing it. You were eating. Here's from Macleod's. Attrition Jake. We're not. Even Got The office. I gotTa Hop on Hop Office podcast. All right boys Counts I think that home one counts We'll discuss I imagine you know more than one stuff pretty much forever it's always going to be a debate on the show. Reminder before we leave you folks to go to the store. 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091020 Total Recall

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091020 Total Recall

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All you need to go radio network DOT COM that's radio network DOT com. Every day second by second minute by minute hour by hour time goes by taking this farther and farther away from those memories of the past. Do you remember? Remember that time. Remember when now you don't have to remember because we do. This is the TJ, totally call podcast you have critique or a compliment. Soon could go either way and sometimes the compliment is not that much of a compliment everybody to show that's coming up today as we step into the time machine for total recall critique or complement plus a great edition of the weekend review from three years ago. Does it matter if you remember all the events from the week you will and rhythms laugh this great songs. So that's coming up as well, but let's get started. By splitting a few minutes with gwynn's husband can't. Yes. Former cast member win and her husband can't hint the lonely husband gets a started on total recall. TJ's total recall podcast. So when we were gone. On the green kids trip last week. Gwen left her poor husband can't. To sit here. And suffer. While he was gone. When did you find out that this? This has happened. Okay. So just yesterday just got the details of this little nugget yesterday. I had. Picked up the kids from school and we were going to it's lunchtime and we're going to the grocery store to get a little snack and we see my sister in law my husband's sister with her office, which is right. Next door they go in and get lunch at the hot bar to it's a great spot. So we I see them in a window and I said look there's an amy run over and go say hi door. So the kids run over and she gives him a hug and we all say hi for a minute. and then her workers leave she's stays to visit with US minute. And I had seen her on Sunday briefly when I got home from the grandkids trip, she was leaving my house. I didn't get to catch up on Sunday. You know I, didn't really get to talk to you much. How have you been could stay have had their second child not long ago? said. Well, you know I'm a little upset with my brother have to be honest with you. I said why you're mad at Kent like that phrase is rarely uttered. Anyone's avid sweet. Awesome level can't. I said why? What happened choose? Well, you know you were away over the weekend you were on the trip to Disney and. Can't was texting me saying he's so lonely. Could I please come over and watch the Panther's game on Sunday with him. And so I, you know what I'll do that. I'M GONNA leave my kids with my husband and go spend a little time with my brother and my niece and nephew we don't really get much. Quality. Time. Right. There's always so many kids and always so much going on. She said, you know what? I'll do that I'll go over there and hang out with my brother. She's going I to your house on Sunday and I couldn't even pull in the driveway. There were so many cars. People there for poor lonely can't Gwynne lift me and I'm so lonely. I'm so lonely and I'm like that's so interesting he said that to you because. He had a friend over Saturday night he had his mother over Thursday night. Like I really don't know when this lonely time happens. Because not only. Were various friends and family visiting at different times but we have three kids. You're busy he's not lonely at all and the same thing happened to me when I got home from our trip to Disney I couldn't pull in my driveway. I had to park two houses down with my suitcase and my bag because there were so many people health of. Football. Watching the believer Damn Gwen left me. Alone everybody over I know to come watch. So lonely and how many people do you think he already knew were coming over when he asked sister but coming in everybody spending time with him because he's lonely because we had talked about it this Sunday before which was also in in a way game and he said since we were winning he's everyone next week back here same clothes same spot back. And they're like a few people looked at me and they're like, are you away next week? I'm like, yeah I get home Sunday. It's fine. What whatever? From a long tiring emotionally. Physically, and emotionally taxing week at Disneyworld. Walk Right into a party. One on at my house. I. Love. About, that part did she say what day he told her he was so lonely because what is it a couple of days before she came on Sunday? Saturday night when she? was over we had one of our neighbors said he's even over with him. And his wife so I don't know if it was like after that guy left and then he like it was ten at night instead of going to bed, he's think the only limit my doing i. Don't know me he is the. Went to central. The more the merrier person yes I mean all. Like me so we've absolutely. Mindset the have anybody there Wednesday night when the evening But his mom it was mom was there right Thursday night your mom was there one night, right Now. So I had a babysitter until dinnertime so he just had to do dinner and bedtime So yeah, I think he was alone with them Wednesday night Thursday night his mom came over Friday night Friday night maybe that was the night the neighbors were over and then Saturday. My mom was there. was. A Win could have possibly. Even find time to send the tax. Brushing his teeth go to bed or laying in the bed to falsely. Faster doing services. And she's I should have known better. I should've known but I really my jaw dropped when I pulled up your street and saw the car cigarette house. Leaving her family, she's like I left my two kids at home with my husband thinking I should go see my brother. He's been alone for a couple of days with the kids been alone hardly a bit. She used bless his heart and probably Hardee's alone. Crazy Yankee wife of his left. Them sitting, there to ride. Is the ACE and TJ total recall podcast. Study out. I mean I. Don't think it's anything shocking if you have strong. Relationships you feel more confident in yourself and you're more prone to personal growth meaning if the people around you believe in you, then you feel better about yourself and your more open to. Learning more and experiencing new things very exciting. Four thousand people that they did in the survey to tell us something that seems to be common knowledge. It can be your Hamam you're like okay. So, that's that's the cause and the effect of some of the support. I've seen more my life more. So than the confidence you have what they call intrinsically I think it actually comes from more more confident. People typically have support of people whether it's family friends, Co workers stuff like that and more so than just your confidence. So we have I don't care what people think. We have created a game that We could boost someone's morale super high and open a member of the show up to tremendous personal growth or we could destroy somebody right here. I don't know. It's called critique compliment So. On the big radio wheel. There is a show members name. And whether we are going to give that person they critique or a compliment. And we're just going to do it for each other. Yeah. We'll just go around the room much more hurt. TJ In the wheel whatever comes whatever comes over the wheel is what we go with and say, gwen compliment would give a compliment. GRANDPA. We ruined. and. Need to confirm that there is actual. gwen compliment. There is what it just landed were. Great compliment. Let's see. Who wants to go first not all once come on. I have no problem going I remember. Column Guinn. Guin has the best disposition when she comes into work everyday she's here and she's happy to be here and that's very uplifting. She's always in a good mood when the show stars. True I'm a morning person. you know we don't need you to continue. Again. I thought every does everybody go. Like that well I we have time I mean, I didn't prepare. I. I mean. It's up to you. I mean the. Tongue and you have to say fine I'm drawing a blank. Well I've got. Morning Show Block Spend again then okay. I've got a good one. Is very good judge of character. Because she likes me a lot you go. There you that's very, it's very good. now she's discipline when's discipline for sure And nurturing. Okay. Thank you. Marines. I've said it to her before I know this is guessing very creepy. I'm well aware of that, but she is very fun to give a hug too because. I can. You can wrap your arms all the way around her and you. You just want squeezer when you give her a hug for some reason. Pop her back. If you just like the Front Heimlich Gay your arms go all the way round. You can touch a ribs like she's just fun like, yeah, like I just want to hug her. I know that's creepy. At all. But she's a lot of. Fun To hug. Seventy weirder when I said that well. I don't know what was maybe it landed on mine again. No. riggins compliment. Don't jumping last sound. Down everyone. I'm remember in this as TJ going I'm remembering. What? WHO's going? I with I last time for Gwen. Goodwin. Okay. I'll go first. My compliment for Reagan's. Is that? I wasn't prepared. is our as cute dimples. He does every time he smiles, or he tells a good story that you can tell he is lit up. He has the cutest little dimples particularly on one side on his left side that has. A door. You just WANNA. See it more right. You want him to be in the mood to tell those kind of stories or have that kind of excitement. I would say, my compliment. Total recall cast. Oh, we're just getting the ball rolling critique or complement concludes next and then it's Reagan and the week in review from about three years ago. All next on total recall. TJ's total recall podcast. Off. This is the total recall. I cast subscribe nowadays TJ Dot, the TJ APP, or through iheartradio, more of the total recall podcast after this. Okay. Let me give you my nightly routine quickly before I go to bed every night i. dig up all the Mason Jars that have money in it. I. Count It. Would it back in the ground? Then, I take caliber and then I go to bed. So. That's how it works character in his products going to help you lose that quarantine fifteen also help you with other things. In helping you get better sleep all of these things and again I take it at night. 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So if a person you know has recently done something to enhance the lives of others tell us about them and we will spread the message of their kindness to everybody at a nominate somebody just go to our APP and Click, Ace and TJ shout every month will feature two stories in our insider newsletter and those two people will win some cool ace and TJ prizes. We can hardly wait to read all the stories of selflessness being done throughout our radio family. Is the ACE and TJ total recall cast. Spin the wheel again or Compliment or or critique. Everybody's name on the list on the wheel here whatever lands on you the give that person on the show compliment or critique. So. Far, we've done Regan's Compliment Gwynne. Compliment. Now, we do. Ace Critique. Now, let me point out none of us can see what's happening on that wheel and that wheel stop at he spotted three because it landed on the same. Complement Riggins complement their side by side bring. That's Today's compliment a critique. As Critique. I can start with this. One of did you know going won't have him? I've said it before but ace taps his pen. Just, the tip of it. Like I don't think you can hear it on the radio, but I don't think anybody else can in this room can here except for me and now I look for it it's about as annoying. I know I know it isn't and I have. Don't stop it because we all have little things that we did. It is about what I think if I'm sitting thinking about something. You know and I do even at a tablet from thinking about something sit in tap tap tap tap tap. I gotTA stop doing it. I I. Get my knee goes a lot and people said you gotta you gotTa relax with. Knox. Berry try to stop but yeah. TAP. TAP, TAP. TAP. A. I'm sure you don't have one. I now, I'm trying to pick the best one. Being the word now help. Maybe. Sometimes we play in Ace rant and we all laugh about it but I think the a your quick to anger about yourself and the outburst. Just because a paper was out of order, he'll go god Dang and be so mad. It was just a paper out of order. It's really not that big of a deal and then he'll like slam a door. Is Is the order that big of a deal and sometimes it's such a non big issue but then your anger makes it a big deal. It's always been a problem that I. I. I expect too much. It's like one of those positive. I'm just too perfect sometimes up to be perfect and then when I don't. Want I'm not as perpetrator should ask myself, I'm talking. Sorry accepted perfection. I haven't I haven't ridden with him driving in a while but I I'm sure it's still the same. So. That's my. Sobriety with me. That's your biggest greg over that works out. Riding with me not good apparently. Before. You. I mean the the the constant eye contact with the person in the backseat or wherever. Those things. We've been over a thousand. This. The last one we have time for so It would be riggins critique. And such a glowing review during the conflict portion of this game I'll go. Oh. Okay. Waste time this. My critique of Riggins is that he is putting his personal life on hold for his professional life. I would like to see him have more fun outside of work on his own. No, see. Glenn. Critique. On Your Business. This is the ace and TJ total recall podcast on. Hulu. And this is my song. It's called the week in review. It's a week's worth of shows summarize for you. Know, special effects no auto tune. To screen my guitar performance for you. So Harvey Weinstein's in a little trouble. He said he's getting the help he needs but what he needs to be is in a prison cell with his head between his knees. It's clear. He has a problem. I think that's pretty much a given but I'm not sure jetting off the Malibu was going to make you stop assaulting women. I'm sure he'll exit rehab and a couple of weeks and be at McDonald's within the hour. I'll have a big Mac and coke would you like to watch me take a shower? That's It's a meeks further shows summarize for you. Know Special Effects No auto to just me and my guitar performing for you Ben Affleck also apologize for groping a woman as these new allegations swirled. He should also apologize for Zhili which was an assault on the entire world. And next Saturday you can get a deer meat sandwich at Arby's. which could make for a brilliant little trick because no one's going to even question it on Monday when you call in sick. I'd brewing it. Sorry. Meat Sandwich at Arby's I can't come in. Sure. Darius Rucker says he wants to go to Iceland and Youtube concert before he dies I, appreciate his bucket list motivation and I don't WanNa get anything started but this feels like cultural appropriation this song is called a weekend review it's a weeks swear the shows summarize for you Know, special effects, and no auto tuned just me and my guitar performing or you Oprah went to the bank to deposit a two million dollar check a check like that. kind of makes me dizzy. Let me point out what everyone's thinking apparently stemmed and gale were busy. Took there's a new stress pillow for adults that's covered for and has a tail and it person. When you give it a pat or maybe you could be a little less psycho an actually adopt a cat. Jackie Chan's daughter came out of the closet you're free to love whoever you prefer but a Lesbian Jackie Chan Harvey tried that crap with her Routes. So No special effects and no. Auto. Just me and my guitar for foreign or you. we got back from Disneyworld on. Sunday. Everyone had a great time from what I could see an aced and try to fight any security guards. So what's ten out of ten for me? I used a lot of gold bond spray while I was there. But. You need to be careful and you need to watch because it's like taking a t shirt cannon filled with powder and shooting it directly at your. Be careful. It's shocking. But. It was really a truly remarkable trip. What more can I possibly say and while grandkids can't accept topless photos I can Brigham? STJ? Surly shows summarize for you. Know special effects and no water to. Just me and my guitar performing for you. Kirk. Thank you. TJ RECALL PODCAST is new at noon every day. Subscribe now on I tunes. He's your small to mid sized business ready for the inevitable rebound voice hunter dot com specializes in providing top level voice talent for all your video marketing e-learning and advertising needs. 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Hour 1: 3/25/20

The Paul Finebaum Show

36:06 min | 1 year ago

Hour 1: 3/25/20

"Cried Passion and patron tree of college. Football Leaves Keer. Is Paul Finebaum? Show our one podcast. Welcome back really glad. You are all with us here on a Wednesday. I looked outside the about an hour ago for the first time in about five days I saw the sun so I am feeling upbeat and I hope all of you or getting through the day and I know it's not easy depending on where you live. It could be a lot more difficult than other places but We're thinking of you and look forward to spending these next four hours with you. A we're still doing the same drill every day Guests and phone calls and the number is eight five. Five two four to seven to eight five This is the normal part of the show when I always go over the headlines of the day. continue skipping the part since there really aren't any headlines that that are normal in our usual sense The sports world is creeping along. But we are happy that we can provide you with a number of different things. Lot of guests today. There from every walk later in the show will talk sports With an author about Tiger Woods would have been tiger would have been all over. The news had this not occurred. He would be within two weeks of defending his title at Augusta. But we will talk about that. What happened a year ago? One of the extraordinary moments in recent sports history also talked to Bob lead today. Bobbly is one of my heroes and one and one of the truly great legends. In sports broadcasting he retired last summer Forty YEARS AT ESPN. A the the last half of that is the host of out side. The lines and there's never been a better show dedicated sports in sports journalism. And he will talk to us about this moment. In Time Darius Rucker we went down to see Darius a couple of years ago in Columbia foreign. Sec homecoming what's What's he up right now and You know his his band Hootie and the blowfish had been on an international tour. And we'll maybe get a few laughs and maybe here a hymn tune because That is really going to be fantastic segment and Scott Kelly as well. He's a retired astronaut who Spent a year up in space in isolation so maybe he can get us through but some of us are currently dealing with Walter. Take your phone calls. And there's no real topics that we look for. We just want you to call up and whatever you feel like talking about. That's what the show has always been about and again just write it down or plug it in your phone. Probably the easiest thing to do in the numbers eight five five two four to seven to eight five so go good. Let's go. Let's grab some calls in and see what's on everyone's mind as we We begin this Wednesday as the month of March beginning to slip away. William starts us off in Tennessee Williams. Thank you very much. I'm going to talk about this Epidemic I mean we need to take this thing serious because if we lose one line that's too many with this thing is very serious. I mean there's the shutdown that you don't ever think about shutting down. Let me ask you where you're how. How have you been affected the most by well? It's it's me more than I normally am been studying. I mean I was already. I'm already on a fixed income. It pretty much has gotten me even showed into were churches and closed down and I gotta limit what I do at the grocery store and garbage maybe in the mail every now and then just basically doors locked in stay home. I mean it's really and I mean let me ask you. What are you normal? How are you are you able to get around well? I'm I'm disabled. I'm on a cane but Right pretty much. I'm for for my situation. I'm I'm pretty mobile okay. Maintenance level of three C. That's fifty years of age. I'm pretty mobile. I've had some things go wrong me. I take it very seriously because the video. May it not man? I'm glad you said that because what you just got through saying is really the danger. And if you're if these are all cliches here but if you're in your situation and many others underlying conditions will knock you for a loop and it's one thing if a healthy person twenty-five it's not good But if you get to disease You you can quarantine isolate and you may be able to To work your way through it but if you're older and already have conditions and you have to be hospitalized. That's one of the becomes life or death thing about Karl Anthony towns and his mother this morning and I almost broke down. I did break down and cry for. She's on the birds. Oh my I had to see my mother like that. No I'll tell you what William when you have an I maybe know too much about the medical world Than because of my where I married to a doctor but when when when when physicians and Health Care Personnel and I wish you well and please stay in touch when when you have to look down and make a determination who lives and who does and based on the number of ventilators that you have. It's not a good world to live in and it's a it's a rather dangerous situation and I. I don't know what to what to say about that other than than it's really sad. I wonder he mentioned Karl. Anthony towns situation and that That's something that we have not had a really a good opportunity to talk about but the former Kentucky Star and now timber. Wolves took a instagram earlier today. talked about his mother's Battle with Kobe nineteen he and he and he encouraged others to try to stop the spread. He said the diseases real it. It you can't take it lightly and His mother was put into a medically induced. Coma You Know He. He said he did take it seriously. But after that. It completely Change the way. A lot of his friends felt. So that is a really Interesting story you know. I hate to say that when we hear random people talk about situations like this. We don't Maybe react as much but when it somebody we know or love or admire it. It seems to to bring it home and I woke up this morning and the first thing I heard was a prince. Charles has it and I you know. Yeah he's seventy years old and he's the air that he's been the heir to the British throne every day my life. It seems like but it's still a familiar person. I'm probably more concerned about those On the streets of Nashville or Birmingham or or Charlotte or Little Rock Arkansas. Who who aren't well known Who Don't have an entire base around them and that's what concerns me So greatly and I just hope that I hope that people if you can help someone please do A. I'm an is up next. Go right ahead. Thank you left Nepal. I totally agree with you. On the well known well known are going to be fine but when it's hitting the little people but people don't have that that circle around them and all of the things that are available that may be the well-known have and You know the the little people really aren't even asked about it. Except that glance just to fill out the Prince of Wales has A he he. He is not concerned later like like no he. He's got the best of the best more of it if he needs. And enough for the entire Royal Family My oldest son's in Birmingham he went to Alabama Birmingham House bill to be tested because he's been sick last couple of days. Been real sick. And they're telling him that he's got all the symptoms and you know he's twenty eight years old and he's responsible enough to just follow instructions and do what they're telling him and as they tell them more and he hasn't got positive or he hasn't got the test results back because it takes a while to get him but he's just GonNa do what they tell him to do. And you know that's him being responsible in when people call in and certainly not pointing fingers at anybody. Because I know everybody's got trying times but I think the country is totally aware of it. I think everybody's doing the best they can. Now there's those renegades out there you know couple of weeks ago I I really downplayed a lot of this and but as as a became more aware of what was going on. I see the seriousness of it. But there's nothing I can do except be aware and be a and and be conscious of what. I'm doing what I'm letting other people do and and you know try to remind everybody I mean I'm I'm my. My mind was flipped on that but I think I think the country is taken serious outside of the few that that just believe what they want to believe. And you can't stop them and you know you've got a you've got a couple of break guests not really enjoy the Kennedy Interview yesterday he did great work with the network and I really enjoyed the basketball coverage with him on there You Know Paul just as a distraction. I think you ought to have a dedicated data. Jim Tuscaloosa I mean. He is pace fifty four. I mean I think we ought to call in and give our best. Our best recollections including JIM including his cermony as although he preached in fear it was. It was something that that you know. He's he's just good at those things. He would be good at anything he did and I think we ought to have JIM from Tuscaloosa Day. Because that's really what he needs most in his life to heal that they have to let me. Let me allow me to jumping one second here. you started off. You started off this call talking about how we need to help people that's right And it was a great message and it was it was a great sermon and then without any provocation you decided just to attack someone who is not said anything. No no no. You're you're you're attacking somebody that that I think is genuinely concerned. You may not. You may not like him but I I don't I don't mind I don't mind fair their play on your show and somebody would you just did. It was uncalled for. That's all I can say. Jim Need today and I don't know why you want to put words in my mouth. I'm not putting words in my mouth. This is this is not my for. This is not the first time I've ever hosted the show. I man nor is the first time I've ever spoken to you. You think I'm totally aware of that. We'll be right back listening to the Paul Finebaum show podcast. Welcome back Really glad that all of you are here and taking your phone calls eight five five two four to seven to eight five some fantastic guests coming up including a man who spent more than a year in space he. He's been up to space three times. And let's check in with Greg. Hello Greg Paul. Thank you for taking my call yesterday. That president got on TV and was You know kind of optimistic about wanting to try to get our nation's economy back in order around Easter time and although I think that's a little premature I think is his thoughts are in the right place in. Oh hold on. Let me let me hold on a second. I want you to explain what you said. I heard the interview and I would love to have everything back to normal. But why do you think he said what he did considering? What is currently going on? I think he's trying to influence the stock market now. I don't think it's going to the economy is GONNA COME BACK. Anytime soon. but he's trying to reassert shore the nation in the way that he does you know I guess yesterday you could say that's his version of the fireside chat but I just think people need to persevere into hang on you know If you look at this from a from a time or you're you're you're familiar with history. I know And I went back and I read Franklin Roosevelt's Fierce each today which he gave At the beginning of his term coming out of the when the country was coming out of the Great Depression and about to head into war World War World War. Another World War I'm sure you've read that speech false Did you see any Anything that speech that talked about false optimism. Where did you see someone just lay it? Lay on the line in black and white. Well he laid it out he laid it out and black white familiar with Churchill. Are you not yes? In an Churchill bombs were dropping on London. Did he try to sugar coat things? Where did he shoot straight straight? Then why then I then other than trying to get the stock market up? Why do you think we heard what we heard yesterday? By the way he wasn't the only one there were plenty of people saying sure and I and I don't subscribe to the view. I'm just saying that he's trying to in his way. I guess in his mind and of course no one knows how trump really thinks is that he's trying to encourage the nation and and Keep people out of the panic. Mode is all. I can think well listen. I don't know maybe there's nothing wrong with optimism but I think I I worry though when when when the most influential person in the country in the world gives people false hope? And that's false. Hope we're not this country's not going to be up and running on Easter and I tend to listen to more to what Dr Anthony Thou- she says who is an expert in this field and has been you know preaching caution all along and as had an awesome town or some of what the president had said. I I have seen him on. Tv look frustrated in some of the remarks. He's bad that the president has made some of these. These press briefings but I think right now It's GonNa be a long time. This is more this is not. We're not at D Day with taking this thing. This is A. This is the battle of the coral sea or in the words of Winston. I agree totally the beginning of the end result again. Yeah no I I think I think there has to be a level of of of optimism and I've never spoken to a preacher yet. Whether it's our friend the other night or others who who don't have a message of you have to be optimistic but more but you also have to be realistic. And that's what concerns me Just about I'm not not what the president said yesterday? I'm less concerned about what he's saying. And what people are thinking and I think a lot of people were sleepwalking. Through this you listen to the show every day Greg and you heard it Two weeks ago a week ago you may even hear it today and I just what we need is straight talk. That's all we don't need. We don't need mixed messages. We don't need I. I'm concerned about my financial future as you are about yours but I don't give whether the stock market's upper down I want I just want the economy not to crack. I agree one hundred percent with you. Paul and It's a there's no perfect formula to ensure that doesn't happen and all we can do either be a help or hindrance in this process and if anybody still in that camp this is not a big deal they need to shut up and by the way I am people think they I people can think however they want I'll think however I want I try not to to preach on this show but the only thing I I will preach about is is being concerned and careful and that's all we're trying to do here so we there are less than we come from this. In fact there was a priest in Italy The other day who gave up his ventilator for another person and so that they thought they would have a better chance to live and he was being selfless and you know so in the midst of all this we just need to remember to love one another and we'll get through this Paul. Thanks for taking my call. Thank you very much greg. Glad you called and it's a lot lot there because we all have. Wh I think I think I think we have to be concerned about our health and our wellbeing and the well-being those we care the most about and hopefully we can we can. We can spread that. This program is is confusing right now to me. I sit here every day. You folks a lot of you can turn it off or listening to every word And you know we we all. We are constantly checking with one. Another about what? What are we trying to do? What message do we want to get out? And the only message we want to get out is to try to let people freely talk and to have gas that can inform entertain and and try to take our minds off of everything else that we are currently going through. We'll take a break much more to come including some really important guests. Hope you will stick around listening to the Paul Finebaum show podcast. What if we walk me back? Our next guest is certainly a one of the most distinguished people that we've probably ever had on this program Scott Kelly retired. Nasa astronaut Several three times. I believe up in space He's also retired naval captain and He's written a number of books about his experiences. His first Entitled Endurance a year in space a lifetime of discovery He's also written about public children and cannot tell you how honored we are to welcome Scott to our program. Scott thank you and We were all those so eager to hear about your your life and your story about most most importantly hope you and your family are. Well we're doing we're doing just fine and And I feel very fortunate that I and I do recognize that there are many many people out there So much more so that are better really suffering challenged in this This environment so we feel very working. I was struck reading your piece in the New York Times. Because I'm I'm feeling sorry for myself because I can't go to a gym and work out or Or go to work and be with everyone else and I found myself reading about being up in space for a year and all the things that you talked about in in terms of isolation and I must tell you quit feeling. Sorry for myself Very quickly I know. There are a lot of things that we can talk to you about. But but since most of us are dealing with something that we've never dealt with before and that's a degree of isolation some of us more more than just a degree. I would like you to share with us now. You're you're certainly were prepared for it. But how do you how? How how? How does NASA PREPARE? People like you for being up for so long. Yeah so you know. I was fortunate. I flew a six month flight and six months in spaces long-time year obviously twice as long so have liked you much. Got You know I Yeah right Let's get rid of that guy you know so I knew it was going to be challenging and I do understand that you know what a lot of people are experiencing. Now is something that they never ask for. They never anticipated. It will be challenging will Stressful you know will produce anxiety. I think you know that went out stared. There was nothing to be scared of. Because we're scared that means we're GONNA maybe make the wrong decisions and we all need to be doing You know making the right decisions. Not only for ourselves but for each other because this is now our mission kind of like a space mission right that we're all in together and we have to work together as a team but the things that I did to help myself First of all one thing. I tried to put my situation in the right perspective. I'm like today where people don't know how long this is GonNa last. I approximately how long it's GonNa last. I was going to be in space or a year nearly a year as it turns out They couldn't see the end from the beginning so I made this kind of decision in my mind. The decision was this is my reality. This is where I live. This is where I work. I'm not exactly sure when it's going to be over but I do know we'll be overt someday and when it is. I want to be able to look back That experience and with cry and understand that I did the best possible job I can do to complete my mission to You know meet my responsibilities and we all have them so I think you know for people that are struggling with this to understand that we are all in this together. We have things that we need to do. Not only to protect ourselves and our family but all of us and then I have a list of other things that are really really important to people about living in isolation I'd be happy to share. Yeah I really want to hear that because you you lay it out and and I'm wondering I know a year is twice six months but was the first time we're difficult because you. I mean when you go up the second I mean it was I think it was your third mission but explain that first time out and then then we. I think we all like to hear what you offered. So I won't in space Four Times my first few times on the space shuttle is the pilot and then the commander of a mission to the space station and then my third flight was the six month flight launching on the show us and when I talked to the end of that six months like I was kinda climbing the walls a little bit. I was absolutely ready to come home. Surprisingly though at the end of the year long mission I wasn't really climbing. The walls to get out of there wasn't like I felt like they were closing in on me and I think it's because I handled it in a much different way and the way I did was for one. We need a schedule You know if you're lucky enough to be able to work from home like a lot of people baby I don't know some aren't and that's unfortunate but when you go to sleep you're at work you wake up. You're at work you know. Even if you're not one of the people that can work from home schedule is so important consistent bedtime going to sleep at the right time waking up at the right time taking time to take care of yourself A NASA we call that like self care. Meaning you know not only just your hygiene but also your you know your mental and emotional wellbeing Taking care of taking time to take care of your environment on the space station. Bacteria grows very quickly in that environment. And it can be very dangerous because you can't get away from it also when you're in isolation your immune system is affected in a negative way. You know speak mazing potential either. The mental Impact it has on you but it's also you know lack of sunlight lack of nature challenges with exercise. And that's also the case with us here too. You know. We have a virus that were trying to fight. We have People living in isolation so we need to take care of that environment. You know making sure it's clean and making sure we take care of ourselves by doing the appropriate exercise by getting in some way if we can. We have the opportunity getting outside. These are all things that are very important. I think it's also important for people have hobbies. You know you have to have a distraction I read and wrote other astronauts Play instruments and music have people that You know spend their You know some of their time doing art some of their free time so having that kind of outwith that separate yourself from you know the twenty four seven news cycle. What's going on is critical especially for kids and in kids are so so Vulnerable and impressionable by what they hear on the news. So I think it's important that we all stay informed but at the same time you know we can't be following this story day in and day out it's just going to produce a lot of anxiety schedule is important. It's also you know one of the biggest things for me. was pacing myself. I knew I couldn't put a hundred percent of my pension into everything I was doing all the time. Because that is just gonNA produce not and it's GonNa be hard for me to make it to the end so I think it's important for people to find the appropriate balance between work and And you know some type of other distraction and pace ourselves because we hope to send soon but we just don't know we're going to come back and pick up on just a moment. We're just honored to have Scott Kelly with us. We'll talk more with retired astronaut. After the listening to the Paul Finebaum Show podcast for continuing with Scott Kelly talking about isolation Scott. I think I think the next answer is probably pretty obvious but shoo since I have not spent a year and a half in space. What did you miss the most while you were up there people meaning my family? My friends You know which is interesting. Also the thing. I miss about being space. Is He missed people that you were there with so you know. People in connections are really important and in this You know in this time. I think you know we need to stay connected. In any way we can whether it's phone email videoconferences. I'm amazed in the last few days. On how what kind of video conferencing capability? We have and the fact that you know I. I want that I reconnected with friends. We have talked to in a while and it's been actually a lot of fun stuff. It's a you know it's good to find any little positive thing we have in this situation. So yeah I miss people. And they're also missed her and missed nature. I missed son. Rain Wind Which is what people may wind up missing in this situation to depending on what type of environment you're you're You're confined him. So you know take every opportunity you can to find ways to you know certainly you? Shouldn't you know great? The recommended you know Quarantine Protocol but you know. You can go out on my balcony if you're allowed to walk around outside You know sticking head out the window you have no other options Scott. You certainly When you were in space talk about having a schedule being organized I think that's easily Applicable or as applicable now. But it seems like a lot of us were were so unfamiliar with what we're doing. I wonder if you could help us. Give us some ideas of how maybe don't organize our our down time because we we have more of it than most of us have ever seen or know what to do with. Yeah so You know I would just kind of take soccer's you know what what you need. You have that you can do. And then hazlitt appropriately. You Know Work Exercise scheduled times and talk to your family and friends You know look at what your situation is whether it's your financial situation whether it's the situation in in your own home take stock of what you have. When I was on the space station to rockets every loss love. We were getting low on supplies. You know part of being prepared for any You know eventuality is knowing you know what you have and and what you need so Again taking care of your environment your health. I think all these things you could just put it down on a piece of paper okay. Tomorrow I'm going to get up at this time in between you know. Take care of my. You know personal needs in the morning and then maybe catch up on the news Figure out if there's any new information and I'm GonNa shut off the news and maybe I'll work for awhile organized closet clean my house to make sure there's no you know that the the environment we're living in is as clean as possibly can be because that's It's very important scheduled. Time for exercise scheduled time to get outside And then schedule your bedtime and I think people will find And this was my case in Space Mike Place. Now that if you have a schedule and you stick through to it you try to fill it up as you know even if that means struggling time to be alone. I mean I'm I'm fortunate I guess it depends on how you look at it but here it's just me and my my wife but You know other people may have a hard time getting away from one another. Maybe if you have a separate space you can schedule time to to be in that space and be by yourself for awhile and scheduled time core. You know time and you're going to share with others so you know everyone's situation is different but I think having a schedule sticking to it is so very important. Scott before you go about three minutes. Left certainly Being being in space Is An incredible experience. And you mentioned Having gone up for different times once for six months once for a year you also flew All over the world As a as a navy pilot so maybe going up in space was not As Earth shattering to you is Maybe it would be to to some layperson but what? What's it like to go up and be up there and look look back at at our? You know it's Uh you know it's it's it's something that you never really expect. You're going to have the The privilege of doing. And then you know once you do it you You WanNa do it again and you know you recognize how significant loving it but you know more than that I think. Astronauts have this You know this gift of being able to see the earth From space and when you do you realize this planet is is smaller than we actually thought. It's you don't see political borders honor You recognize that. We're all in this together. This thing called humanity Right now with this pandemic I realize even more so that the earth is You know we're all more interconnected for better or worse than I actually really believed. We were from looking at the planet from space so You know we're all in this together. We have to work together to solve this problem. It's not just about our individual health and safety about the safety of of humanity and we will get through it. You know we were capable of doing amazing things You know we. We went to the Moon. Space States and building that with an international partnership in different countries languages cultures. This thing is the hardest thing we've ever done. Maybe until now but you know what we've proven that we can do hard things seemingly impossible things that we work together and stay focused. And that's what people need to thank you so much for sharing your thoughts with Scott Kelly. Who understands a lot of this But but Scott as we close I don't think any of US really understand all of this because it is so complex. But you've made it a little bit more palatable for us Be well and thank you so much for sharing your message and your thoughts with us. Oh My pleasure. Thanks for having what an incredible conversation and we encourage you to to We we put it out on our twitter page. His Article Over the weekend the New York Times which which talks about isolation and I I think that is Something that people really need to understand a little bit better here if you just got on board late Again you can certainly check it out on the finebaum twitter page. But he essentially he essentially says always scheduled pace yourself. Go outside. These are very basic things. find a hobby. Keep a journal take time to connect listen to experts. Don't obsess over one thing or another. It was just an incredibly important message. We thank him for being with us. Darius Rucker is coming up shortly.

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Bobby Planning Gender Reveal + Lunchbox's Mind Blown At Starbucks + Chrissy Metz From 'This Is Us' Talks American Idol

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Bobby Planning Gender Reveal + Lunchbox's Mind Blown At Starbucks + Chrissy Metz From 'This Is Us' Talks American Idol

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And he's releasing an album and since nobody can really do concerts and stuff like that. He's taken everybody to the country. Forty five minutes outside of town. You go in your vehicle. It's just like a drive in movie theater and you get to watch his entire album. He's GonNa play the whole thing just showing your car with your loved. Ones Your family. It's awesome that is cool. That's the really the first album release. I've heard that's pretty creative in different. Wow Are you GONNA go well? The thing is it's on a school night and since it has to be dark. It's a movie theater with the screen and everything. It's not till eight thirty at night and you gotta drive in the woods for forty five minutes on a to track well if it wasn't a school night though that sounds fun which you could do that in your truck. Oh I've never been to this city. It's in the sticks but I would definitely consider doing it. Yeah the trailblazer can make it easily. Oh that's really cool something like that. I saw that. And then amy. Java's story about wearing sunscreen doors because I I read the headline and it was like this is so ridiculous. I don't know if it's that ridiculous apparently like okay. So blind people probably aren't putting on screen. They're not going outside but bright but blue lights that come from our computer our phone or tablet. They're just as bad for our skin as like the rays from the sun so dermatologists are saying. Don't skip your sunscreen. Put It on anyways because you're getting light from other sources that could be damaging to your skin. Okay you've been known to be a little nutty about stuff like this. What a. What are your thoughts. Why still wear sunscreen? Every day. No matter what I do do not outside. Yeah well it's not on my whole body but on my face and my neck for sure because it's just in my like my moisture. My moisturizer tinted moisturizer. That I use has SPF. Oh so I don't wear sunscreen and I go outside why would I wear it inside? I? It's not a good call by me. I what are we sure. This blue light stuff is real by the way now. I am not okay. But it says it says dermatologist. Recommend wearing it. I've been fully convinced yet that this blue light stuff Israel and I've had some doctors and some go you know what they're making a bigger deal about this sometimes to sell products to stop blue light so I've been wearing my glasses. Blockers alight right. I've been wearing those before about. Put them on an hour and a half before bedtime. Td On if they make a difference. But I've been consistent with it for a week and a half and I feel like I think getting good sleep but I need to do it longer. To know if it's because of those we'll blockers also and what that is blue blockers with his nineties. Sunglasses these light. Those are awesome. Blue blockers is if you see a commercial for a rotisserie chicken for thirty minutes and there'll be some guy walking down the street blue blockers on it'd be like why does wrapping walking industry. Then you find. That's a thirty minute. Infomercial for sunglasses. Yeah bloggers were awesome Oh let me update the draft to forget that idea the draft in yesterday's show. Can we get some some draft? Big Voice Guy Flees Georgia this bobby bones. Show Update Mike D. Kind of break down the numbers for me and he writes this Eddie came in last again. He may go in the books as the worst drafter of all time after the season. It's pretty much Eddie. You're eliminated every other contest. I don't know why I I don't know how to do this. I really don't. I thought my picks were pretty good. Eminem Nelly Goofy. Yeah Man Goofy was terrible. Pick well bobby had already picked Jesus at that point. I'm like a win will be funny. Well so the scorecard I won this draft with Dolly with Jesus and Garth and you know it's closer than I thought it was going to be Morgan number. Two made a good run. She's really smart of this game too. So I WANNA to have six points on the board right now. Morgan number. Twos in second with five points then lunchbox. Then. Amy has a point so Hang in there. We'll do another one on Monday but Aim YOU'LL BE. You'll be the first pick next week and Eddie will be out. Anna gets a play. Well I'll be out Eddie will be a pretty much alternate weeks. That were out well. I'm just pumps that I'm first round and I'm still in because last time it was my pick I got I was al and it got skipped stinker that and not go for the Gusto and just try to be solid. If you're pick. I'll do that all strategically if like Morgan's going I'll go. I'm probably not going to win. Some Not GonNa make a bold pick. I'm just going to be in the middle of the pack against shot my first pick. You know it's all about strategy One of the most common things people fight over at home on a regular basis the oil. Let me ask you. What are you guys? Fight about the moment. I'm not big fighting me. But what's kind of thing like we disagree on the air? Oh US too a lot. I keep this place. Freezing cold and Caitlyn does not like freezing cold. I mean I keep you know. Keep the studio like that to imagine living like I keep the studio amy. I I would be in like a puffy jacket and fuzzy socks. All the air is interesting because I didn't think that was ours but that's probably ours to an aid or food alive. She buys like those bars and eat them all as dessert when they're like she does meal replacement with them as he told. I'm like desert in Idaho mill the TV remote is the number one on this list. Fights happened over the remote Mormon between the TV remote. What you guys is remote rule in your house. I guess we don't have an issue because we don't even have to implement a rule. So what's the general consensus with the remote? Will we decide we only watch? Tv together at the end of the day at night and decide on what we're going to watch so I guess that's our role. Is that if your loan watching everyone when we're together we have to agree on what we're watching. It's football season. I guess I just lucky for you. There may not be much football but I'd rather be football just all yesterday that the California State University System said they're not going to school those online classes. And you're talking about a pretty conference. Which is the mountain. West Fresno State San Diego State San. Jose state will not offer on campus classes in the fall semester. But but so but they're still a a university. There's still a community of students so there can't be athletes in there. Well they say student athletes and if they're not on campus for learning. Why would those student athletes on campus? If you're a student before you're an athlete why would you be on campus to play so for college is different the NFL NFL is GonNa play? Somehow maybe shorter maybe different places. Maybe not travel as much. Maybe do a baseball. How are the House the future of the? Nfl is supposed to play in college if they can't play get there. I don't think this is going to be A. Are you just making stuff throw me? I'll answer your question. No I why saw laugh as soon as she asked it. And I was like okay. She just trolling me right now. Well not trolling you all. Actually I asked it because it's definitely something that came to my head then. I laughed. 'cause I thought really don't care what here's what I think again. I only know what people say. Have a little bit of knowledge and a little bit. Pull in these situations and it's that if college football plays this year it will probably be delayed. It could be in the spring of next year. Actually so I think they'll still be able to get their seasoning. They'll still be able to play and develop and even if they don't if they're waiting on a vaccine. What's that a year? Say They don't have one season you'll still have the players be able to play in the NFL. Fair Camp Quick and concise enough for you. Yeah I appreciate so bombed. College doesn't play. Nfl fine. Whatever. I'm more of a college fan and NFL fan love the NFL. Obviously but Yeah Man of college. Football doesn't get to play. I'm not doing this show you heard having NFL team. I grew up in Arkansas. We didn't have a team. You're the cowboys no we did. It have the cowboys that's from Texas. Okay like people in Arkansas. Light the cowboys because the owner of the cowboys played for the Arkansas razorbacks and the coaches have been razorbacks. Brace what's played for the razorbacks So Jerry is that his name Jerry Jones the owner. He played football the University of Arkansas in the national championship team. He didn't think owners played. I thought owners just had money and they like football where he didn't play in the NFL donor dinner but he played college And basically most of the sports stuff up eighteen of Arkansas is named for Jerry Jones. Interesting big obviously a big booster big big contributor all right. That's all. I want to go to Morgan number. Two I saw food world that she had it was interesting. And so before we close out the Po- show. Let's go to Morgan number. Two a little knowledge about food here. It's time for Food Water Morgan number two. Well you know there's it regular sour patch kids. Now there's big sour patch kids that are almost double the size of the original ones and they're at Walmart so if you really love sour patch kids this a little bit but double remember when the first time. We saw one of those big hershey kisses at Christmas and it was like. Oh God we saw a gas station. Ramones A. we saw a big big one at a gas station. I'm talking about those that you just see the like in the square box like the one kissed going your Fist Eddie. And I saw one that you could ride almost always the size. It was bigger than a basketball is huge. So you know what I wrote. It was awesome. Do you think Eddie is a camera on me? Amy have some chapstick here because my lips are chapped to not do this often. But do you think it's a feminine thing when a Guy Puts on chapstick? Watch me just undo the if you do that way if it you know so. My husband carries chopstick and he uses it and this is what so he gets it and goes like this and I don't think it's I think it's it's his masculine way of doing it. Just takes it and then goes smokes. Oh I just pass it on to the pats on his doing a radio show. You got can't tell. I thought you could tell them all to describe what bobby was doing. I mean he was putting on I put on chest. That's the question for now. It's fine when you open your mouth and minute but regularly exit feminine Israeli. Put on like this now. You don't think cool dude. You look fine. I'm telling you just don't do that at the end like the girls do well. Okay all right all right all right. Amy Doesn't pats it on. But I would think that was just someone trying not to Look Feminine. Like a little too hard. I'm pretty sure he probably is then for sure. I would tell them to face. Not I definitely wouldn't. That's it we're done with this part of the show Enjoy the radio show from today. We had a good one. A couple of guests so Have a good day and enjoy the Wednesday edition of the bobby bones. Show here goes support for the bobby show comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans. Home today is so much more than it was yesterday. But a rocket mortgage home is still all about you during these challenging times. 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Learn more call for cost information and conditions equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states in mls consumer access dot org number thirty thirty transmitting. Welcome to Wednesday's show more studio morning. Well where do we start? We have two great guests today. Chrissy mets who plays Kate on us? If you watch show you'RE GONNA love that interview? Also we'll talk to Ben Air Napier from. Hdtv show called hometown. Man People are blowing me up this interview especially Here is a voicemail from lowest about that Meinen studio. Would love for you to ask Ben and Aaron since their show has taken off and become so popular what has it done for the town of Laurel Mississippi. Thanks for everything. You do. Love listening to yell every morning. Thank you lois. We'll be sure to get to that coming up in a couple of hours but man you can tell sometimes when people are just about to really explode there such a fan base for this Ben near Napier Anything about HDTV or home show is the only booked it because everybody loves them. But we'll do that. Coming up speaking homes amy. I'm GONNA come to you first. How is your house hunting going? I mean it's okay. We haven't found anything for sure for sure. I feel like I fall in love with a lot of stuff online and then when I go see it in person. Oh Yeah. That's the goal right when they take these pictures to make it. Look so good you come and look yeah so I don't know how I started while I married my husband way before. That's not true because I did online dating once but way before it got really big but I feel like that's what this is. It's like online dating. He kind of put all your good stuff forward online. And then when you get there in person you're like oh you've let you left. You left that out of the what happened with you that. Oh there was one house. The the yard looked amazing. And really what we want right now. My kids currently don't have a backyard to play in so I mean we're fine with our house but again somebody bought it so we're moving in one of the things we'd love to have is lots of yard to play in the picture. The backyard looked amazing. And we got there in his little strip. Progress Angle Angle and Wide Wide Lens or something visae. They got the fish islands. My husband was even disappointing because now he thinks these this highly sought after yard man that needs to take care of a yard so not only do. We need a yard for kids to play in but my husband needs a yard to work in so he was like. I need to mow that. We could just take scissors. That's funny well. My House. The big question is from our listeners. Is Caitlin moving in or not so? We'll answer that on Friday morning. Show but now. I'm getting messages about it from friends or from listeners. L. From listeners. They want to know if they missed it. They didn't know but I've been replying. We're all having to wait till Friday. I know nothing. You really don't know either. I'll tell you if you one but I like it when your party experience all right? Happy Birthday to my friend. Darius Rucker turns fifty four years old today back in the day. Darius was my very first radio interview I was seventeen years old. We've gone on to become friends and even performed together which I wanted to play a little clip here by the way I loved areas. That's my guy. This is Darius Rucker and I performing fight for your right. This is from the Beastie boys and it's Darius and friends concert at the Reimann here you go come on. That's me and dairy is together at the Reimann Auditorium. Doing the Beastie boys that is like if just garb came out and John Mayer Played Guitar Solo. That's like my perfect world That was really a fun moment because Darius was like hey. We're doing a charity of bobby complete with us. What do you? What Song do you want to do and I said well? They gave me two songs. He said play with the band. Play one of yours and so I did a raging idiot song chick-fil-a but it's Sunday and then he said let's do it together and I said well. What about the Beastie boys and he goes all you? WanNa do beastie boys with migos? Yeah of course and so. We came out and did five. You're right it was just really one of my favorite moments on stage so loved areas. And I've put together now my top five area song of all time and number five number five. This is the only one. You're not going to know this one's called running from an angel from Hootie and the blowfish. It was an album cut but I listen to it all the time going to football practice a mountain. Arkansas and I would listen. I burnt the tape up and one time at a charity event I areas could play the song and he learned it and they played it back and he said it was the first time in like ten years. They'd ever played the song. But it's my number five dairy song here. You go come on all right. Let's go to number four number four wagon wheel from Darius Rucker. Some of these hootie. Some of these are Darius at number three from Darius number three scared the crap out of me. I don't know why we've only done it every song but that's startled me and number three. It won't be like this for long you at number two from Hootie and the blowfish number two letter cry draft pick and about to get the number one hit with that number because of a story for you. I played Darius a show. I said Darius we're doing a charity show complete with us and Darius came out and I think he did all right. I said I want you to do a Hootie song and I want to sing it with you because I love tooting the blowfish. Whatever Song you want. So we learned. Don't sit with of Handsome Tendon. Darius par will rise above the water and we did hold my hand and it was awesome. Here you go do come on there. It has happened birthday Darius fifty four today I love that guy and I just have a lot of special memories with Darius maybe more than any other artist because I think some of these contemporary type folks and become friends with dairy I looked up forever and now that I get to be his friend. It's a little special. It's like different than just being French. You know so that's cool. Happy Birthday dear is fifty four years old opens a great birthday. Bobby bones show. Justin Bieber has a facebook. Show called the BIEBER's attempt and Haley Bieber. And she pops his pimples. I was looking at a clip on the Internet. And I just wonder is pop pimples assign of you you really like the person or is it just too disgusting to amy? No it's a sign of that you are close to the person and you care about them and you want to help them with their pimple. I not disgusting. I wouldn't put my girlfriend's Pinball I just it that is gross and I care about her deeply but I'm not into I think you're into pop. I don't WanNa get too gross because it's early in the morning but I think you're right. Oh totally into it. Yeah that's show that. Dr Pimple Popper unbelievable that People Watch it unbelievable that it has millions of followers on instagram. This is what I understand. I understand that I just don't get it like it's something a lot of people like but it is not for me. It's like Mayonnaise as but I learned a time ago. It's not for me so I don't even try anymore. It's like Travis. Scott the rapper. Not really for me. Okay but people love it and I'm fine with that and I understand that it's not for me but yeah it has been three point nine million followers amy. Do you help your husband's rebels. I do. I try to extract anything and everything that I can. He doesn't he doesn't like it so much. She's not even leaving into pimples. No if there's like a yeah it could be a blackhead or it could be just like I think maybe something could come out of there. I try to press it. You know people eating breakfast right now. I'd like to have a little food after this segment. Okay show down. This story comes us from kingsport Tennessee. Two men were out for a night of fun. They go to applebees to get a few drinks. Ten forty-five bartender says last call and they lose it. One guy is so upset. He's only had three beers. It's not time to close. They flip all the tables at applebee's for sure alcohol was involved here. I tell you though I love apple always holy moly great growing up if I got to go to applebees from and I could go myself from age sixteen when I started driving about once every few months. I'll make a trip to across from the mall and if I got to go to the mall and I still have money saved up. We go to applebees. It was a perfect day. It was your neighborhood. Grill every yes. Yeah Yeah Yeah all right lunch. I'm lunchbox boneheads story today. It's time for the good news out guy. New Jersey took to the streets to run twenty point twenty miles all to help his community. Patrick Rodeo is an avid marathoner. But this wasn't running to set a personal best to win first place. He ran twenty point twenty miles to raise money to help. The class of twenty twenty at Collingswood High School to buy yearbooks those seventy five dollar yearbooks can be Pricey Dane. They cost seventy five dollars. That is expensive holy cow and so he was like well people are out of work. Maybe parents can't afford it so he set up a fundraiser and said hey if you donate I'm GONNA go run in the end over thousand dollars for the one hundred and seventy seven graduating seniors. Yearbooks a lot of the folks to in the neighborhood they all stood outside and shoot them on ran by the think. This is an excellent gesture donating ten million dollars to me these stories that. Move me even more than that So congratulations to Patrick Rodeo on the run and and inspiring a lot of folks everywhere. And that's what it's all about. That was telling me something. Good working from Home Conference Calls John. With everything we have going on right now. It's never been more important to get sleep. We need quality. Sleep is a natural immune booster and only the sleep number three sixty smart beds senses your movements at automatically adjust your comfort and support on both sides. Your sleep number setting so all those other things. We're doing to stay healthy and happy. Well they'll work better tip and now during our Memorial Day sale save thousand dollars on the Queen. Sleep number three sixty special edition smart now only seventeen thousand nine only for a limited time to learn more go to sleepnumber dot com on the bobby bones. Show now Chrissy Matt's Chrissy crying. How are you good? How are you doing pretty good? Where are you Corentin dish right now? you know live in La but national I'm here in Florida visiting some family. How's that going for pretty good? You're part because we have to be distance right so like I can't hug anybody can't get close anyone so Yeah how are you? I'm right same kind of thing. I want to see my girlfriend's parents. And we drove in met them halfway shedding her family in a long time and we didn't hug them at all so it was like you said interesting because we wanted to see them. I'm sure you want to see your family but you also if you do happen to have something you don't want to give it to them. You know right and I was waiting for so long saying national for somebody modes Before seeing my family and then I was like you know what I just. I'm just GonNa go and then I'll just distance while it's not gonNa be you know what we what we want. At least it's something it's something I got a lot of stuff to talk to you about. Let's talk about your music. I I think I've seen you perform a couple of times I was at the. Acm's is that where it was when you sang with last year. With Kerry and Matt. That was as Sandra I was there and I think I saw you at. Cmt's so I've been able to see you seeing and each time. I'm like holy crap like who knew that she could sing that great. So that's a compliment by the way. Like when I say holy crap like that's fricking cool like like good on you. That's what I mean by that. So let's talk about Rx coming from you your music i. How long have you been not singing but singing at a level where you go? I think I WANNA do this unprofessional stage. Oh Gosh Who it wasn't really until I met my band or at an open call At the holiday and in Gainesville Florida actually currently visiting my family social visiting And I was going for her She wanted to be a print model and then hold. I ended up auditioning and music. I you know my I love so I thought okay. This is what I WANNA do. But I didn't know I could ever have the ability to do it or you know the resources coming from such a small town and It wasn't really until I met manager and we were sort of like okay like let's go or let's somehow you know Music going and then she was like you know. Let's focus on acting so I put out to the side and music was like you know an afterthought for her and I was like no but this is what I wanna do and so it was probably when I was like nineteen twenty that I thought okay if I try to do it or have the resources to I wanna try but Again it was sort of pushed to the back burner so well here we are and your song is called talking to God and before we talk about any of your acting or or. Have some questions about your life? I want to know about this song so we can play it and can actually feel what this is about to you. My goodness so. This song was actually found Written out of Action Mcbride Writer's retreat and one of my dear friends is on that retreat and she sent me the song and I just fell in love with it I feel like it's a story that I wanted to tell and I I live it. I think we can all understand that we have decisions that we make that you might have regretted Or people in our lives who are no longer in her life but we still think about them. Pray about them in wish him well so it just it was something that. I had to be a part of so I basically was like wait. I need to cut it. I have to do it and so I'm looking at the the writers here of the song and I do see Asha McBride. She was one of the writers on the song. Yes yeah it was on her writer's retreat so Yeah they wrote it in you know I was gifted gifted because I don't think it said on her. How the And I'm really grateful super happy about that. Well let me ask you about because you know in order to have a song work as artist as you're performing you gotTa Kinda feel it in some way. So what are you thinking about? Whenever you're singing talking to God. Well he certainly from right now. I was previously married for Quite some time ago and I just realized how much I learned about relationships and the things that I wish I would have done differently. In one of the lines of the song is It's still a little bit some of the things I would have done different. And you know you. Hopefully as humans evolved that the more we know the better we get. And I'd like to thank you know about our friend daughter partner girlfriend before because I learned so much in that that marriage and while we're not each of us forever person We are friendly and I you know I wish him well so that for me is you know or even if it's a friendship it doesn't have to be a connection but for me. I think about my ex husband and who I used to be in who I am becoming so you grew up Japan until you're eight. Did you learn Japanese growing up? I was learning it. I'm starting it with English and I was like nope not having it so I didn't you know it didn't stick with me My Mom's you know sort of conversational but it never stuck so I know world wall. What a sad story you know. I'll talk to a lot of writers about when they were in a writing room and they were writing a song. And you know it's tough to remember. Sometimes they write a bunch when they were coming up with the idea and the same thing if I talked to an actor. I'm like do you remember what the audition was like when you walked in the room so I wanna ask you that like. What was the audition for you when you first heard about this is us? Well I was at the time a talent agent And I was a talent agent four. I never really had a lot of additions. And especially not one of his caliber. Dan Fogelman who you know. Full incredible crazy stupid love Salman. He wrote cars. And you know Danny Collins. He's just an incredible writer and I. I had a friend who message and she's Chrissy there. Is this pilot that Dan Fogelman is doing. And I think you're completely right for this role and I was like yeah right. Never tested for show in my life. It's not gonNA happen if I get the audition which is not going to happen then. I'll go 'cause I didn't think she'd get it. You know we wanna see me and Sure enough I got the auditions and I remember going to the Sony Studios where dishes were held. You pull in. You have to go through the whole security situation and I just remember like the birds were Bernier. The Sky was blue. It was like an audition the experience I never had before. Usually you're like blah blah. You have your best freeway audition you know while you're on the road and then you bomb in the room but like even the security guys that were you know sort of ushering me along to the room. Where like it was like. I was in a Disney musical. They're like good forty and I was like what is going on and then get in the room and and I was like okay like as I'm reading the the scene and it was the scene with Kevin and Kate and when she has just fallen off the scale and injured her ankle and I remember thinking I am a terrible actor like what am I doing here. But they're not gonNA hire me and they had me read it again and I and I was like great great everything that I had hoped it was going to be just went out the window and Yeah that was the. That was the first one I got us to that. There are different levels. So you you do the audition you get a call back or you get the role then you shoot the pilot. Then you don't know if the pilots could have picked up right so it's like another level of of boy. Let's sit and wait. Oh we'll be for that if we can go back so I the you know the I had a call back the call I thought was pretty. Well the other producers were very helpful and they were like. Oh go get your personal lobby and like bringing like walk in the door if you're walking in the front door after the date was toby and I'm like okay. This is like sounds promising and then when they called my Egypt to have me test we of course there's like five different people who test for your particular role so I tested went through the whole day process. We get paired up with different actors. You know obviously different Kevin's different Randall's And then they're like Oh. We can't make a decision we have to test you again and I was like. Oh my gosh I am for reiten. What did I don't know if it's a good thing about things but I really thought it was this other girls role because she was just spectacular and sunny and beautiful charming and I was like well terrorism. And she's like no I think yours and so Yeah there's a whole bunch before that even happened. Then you know you go to shoot a pilot and then you have to wait for you. Know six months while you're broke and Not sure your life is going to completely team. So yeah it was attorney Fisher shirt. Do you think that once this is US wraps and you know they say after six seasons. I do you think you'll move to Nashville home in February. So in Nashville. I am so you know you know because I've been coming back and forth for like a year and a half two years so I'm writing because I was just GonNa do it on my own dying on just want to be in the process of songwriting and getting music out that I it just made sense for me to move there and I was going back so frequently and seven hour drive from home to national sale. Yeah all I really have feel children rate and there are you my mom's Work there for many many moons and of course. I used to park cars during game days but I never went. I went to the school in Los Angeles But Yes yes. And gator fan for sure. We're on in Gainesville and they're just wonderful and I'm from Arkansas. So all the folks we we punch each other in the face but we love each other and you know I've been down there a few times and they love they have such love and we love them too. So it's pretty cool that you're calling us from down there it's exciting. It's exciting to talk to you do use. Here's my question for you Chris. I appreciate that I was just so excited about these questions. Do you sing. Onset does your cast think of you as always singing onset. Yeah I mean between Chris and I. We are constantly singing For sure and the person here like I would rather than than speak which is kind of obnoxious but But I am that person for sure. Well I don't know if it's good thing it has been it's been great to talk with you I did see. This is the final episode for for me on American idol. It airs on on Sunday. 'cause I work on that show and I saw a note here. That says that you audition American idol back in two thousand seven so I don't WanNa leave you until I asked you about that so tell me about that experience for you. Take that experience So that was married at the time my husband and I we. We drove down to San Diego Charger Stadium and I waited for many many hours and I got third degree Sunbury Cupolas. It was quite an adventure and then all. I got called up to the rows of ten and I remember he said to pay. You have like a certain amount of time to think your your first edition and We'll we'll stop you if we need to and I remember singing and the guy was like okay. You know we appreciate you guys coming down here but it's just not it's not the it's just not going to be year and I looked at him and I I think you're wrong and he was like excuse me. I said I think you're wrong. I said I think there's incredible singers it. Not only in this group. But I'm no I just think you're wrong. And these two judges on the other side of the tent Who are addition of their own groups? Where like it'll be here what what's going on over there. I said well I just think he made a poor decision. And she's like that so and I said Yeah I I ended up singing in for her and she gave me a ticket to go to the next round. How it worked it. Listen I think if anything they were like. Oh she sassy and she wants it and You know we want to see what this is all about. So sometimes the squeaky wheel gets the grease. Did you sing in front of the judges? I sing instead of Simon and Nigel Simon Fuller. Nigel iskoe yes through. But I never got through like back to the actual judges at a couple rounds before them but then Then I think for them. There are so many artists now that that I know that Hillary Scott Colby Calais. Like you know. We didn't get on idol and here we are sorry. Yeah exactly yeah well. Hey Kristie it's been. It's been a real treat to talk with you again. I've watched a couple times. I'm just blown away. How talented you are. Congratulations on on a really good song. And I look forward to two senior around town. Have a lot of friends who've written with you and just love you as a person. So it's fantastic finally get to catch up with you. Yes I appreciate it so much and I hope you stay well and hope to see you all right. See you soon. Hopefully by by so shock yesterday. That cheddar cheese didn't come from America. What's more American than Cheddar? Cheese is often confused. Why that wasn't used like what's more American than Cheddar cheese his not. Because there's a town called Cheddar in England so I took the big L. Yesterday I decided to do some historical research on foods because today National Apple Pie Day. Which by the way was not invented in America? Yeah sorry everyone as American as Apple Pie. Not even real thing because apple pie was not invented in America. You're a fourteenth century indication wandering just a little. We were all wondering yeah. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah so what I did was put together five foods that I sure were born in the good old USA in a segment. We call. Bobby historian here. We go bobby story is history for you. Number one cheeseburgers. Lionel Stern Burger introduced a cheeseburger in nineteen twenty six at the age of sixteen when he was working as a fry cook and his father's Pasadena. California Sandwich Shop. He slapped on some cheese and there was onto a piece of a beef cheeseburger. There it is how you feel about that. That's good. Thank you pretty good. Buffalo Wings nine thousand nine hundred sixty four at the anchor bar in Buffalo New York. That's right. Yeah now because the guy I saw buffalo or it was buffalo eating Buffalo Buffalo New York they are traditionally served hot along with celery sticks and carrot sticks AC- prefer like blue cheese with minds and people like ranch ranch but I'm more of a blue cheese in buffalo wings. That's number two number three. Maybe we didn't invent Apple Pie. But Dang it we did invent pecan Park Bom. Yes the cons Arikan Pie or native North America now. There are claims that the pie started in both in New Orleans and in Alabama. But you know what as long as it started in the US of a? We're all good over. Here pecan pie with pecans eggs and butter and sugar. I'm GonNa Tell. You you make compile right. That's the way to my heart pecan pie number three. The fourth thing that we made in America chocolate chip cookies invented by Ruth Graves Wakefield in one thousand nine hundred thirty eight. The original recipe is called Toll House chocolate crunch. Cookies and by then toll house was a popular restaurant. There you go one more thing. We invented America this more first published recipe for some more than nineteen twenty seven in the girl scouts book while they cause. Moore's everybody think And some more. So why are they called? S'mores well s'mores is thought to be a contraction of the phrase. Some more as I want some. Moore's you guys I know that's why what's going on with it. I didn't give you the L. There by doubt myself and there you go. Those are five foods that you can be for sure about et your next party when everyone's debating where foods were made knock them down with that history. That's bobby historian. There we go. That was bobby historian. Nice got this voice. Mail listen to this one high. I hate talking about the graduates and high school graduate and the college graduates which. I'm very happy and excited for but let's not forget. Our fifth graders for moving into our middle schools. It's a big advancement for them and they're missing out on that too so I just wanted to recognize them. Thank you recognize everybody. You need recognize here. You Go Bing Bing Bing you've been recognized however that's not the same Gordon. The Middle School of the same thing as graduating high school has be done with school. You're done or you can go to College Graduate College. I think that's awesome. Good luck to all you middle school. Kids what Middle School. I guess to me. Maybe I'm wrong. I don't feel like that's as big of a deal because I didn't have it. I went to a small school. There were fifty sixty kids in my class. My entire school was on the same hill. We just went to the next grade. We walked up a hill to another building because elementary k through six one building up the hill building number two was seven through twelve. And it wasn't something that we had a big fancy graduation for. What do you think? Yeah I mean I guess it really does depend on where you grew up in. What kind of school situation had I remember leaving from elementary school after fifth grade going to junior high the sixth grade was the big deal? I'm wrong then I guess ain't nobody is right or wrong. I mean I don't think it's like high school graduation by any means but it was quite a good deal. Well I swear to you if someone calls me tomorrow chastising me because I didn't celebrate kindergarten. Graduation I'M GONNA exploded. Thank you no seriously everybody. Great job just continuing on if you're in school right now and you got through the year like we salute you because this was not a normal year and if you're in fifth grade like keep going that's crazy stop. That's true thinking about quitting but me fifth grade to six hundred wasn't even a change because that was to elementary school at where. I went to school it was for sure elementary to middle school. Well BIG DEAL. I guess to the T. Fancy folks want to bigger schools. You Hollywood people that That's a big deal to us. Normal folks it was just the changing the guard. You know all right fans people there you go. There's your shout out what you are you fancier now. I think I was fancy. I did go to middle school separate garage. Have a graduation graduation all right. I'm wrong bone pile of stories familiar with the twenty twenty twenty rule Nope no no. Okay well it has to do with our eyes and we've got a lot of screen time happening especially now that we're homeowner we're on our computers working we're watching TV Netflix. Things and doctors are saying we are getting blurred vision from this headaches dry eyes and just aches and pains so if you implement the twenty twenty twenty rule the avoids some some of that stuff. So what you have to do is look at an object twenty feet away for at least twenty second mouth in twenty minutes in out at twenty minute intervals on an object twenty minutes away. No look at look at an object twenty things. I love screen time. I promote more screen. Time screen time for president okay. They're not saying they're not anti screen time. I've even seen some friends posting that there is twitching and they don't know what's happening. They need to do the riot exercises to okay. So here's what you do. Look at twenty people. What do you do see a competing? You Watch the show. Twenty twenty the new I. It's simple go. Look at an object. Got Twenty feet away doing right now. Look at it for twenty seconds. Repeat that every twenty minutes. I can't remember taking my allergy medicine everyday. Like I'm GONNA remember this. I'm sure that's great complicated. Some people might be thankful to though this and they're gonna put it into practice so I'm sort of obsessed with this Heinz Ketchup released a five hundred and seventy piece puzzle and it's all read like wow. This is really hard is that they're funny thing. Yeah it looks like the square of Ketchup in obviously yet extremely difficult. They're giving away fifty seven copies of the puzzle. Times fifty seven. Get it on their instagram page. So if you just go to AC hines and you leave a comment about who you wish you could finish the puzzle with you might win it. Just it's all read. There's no catch a ball or anything. I thought that I thought it was all red. It's just a big Red Square Look I think that would be funny? I'm not a big puzzle guy but I think that would be fun the house. I have a a Lego set here. That's the entire friends set in the coffee shop in Central Park that we haven't put together yet. Oh Wow you set up all the LEGOS and who'd I see? I saw a celebrity doing that somewhere. That same one uh-huh like a the friends like I said out to give it to me. I keep saying I'm GonNa do it but there's like ninety three things I but I think it's pretty cool more than a puzzle. I'll be a Lego guy. Who was married to Ben Affleck? Why can I followed her Jennifer Garner so I follow on Instagram and she put it together and then she did a whole video where she had the characters and she was playing with home like a kid and acting out things as well? That's cool got Bobby pulled the story for you. Because I don't know maybe you could get it. Kurt cobain's unplugged. Guitar is going up for auction. No no I'm not going to get it because it's going for a million dollars. If it were like Raymond does rug. That he found me was ninety dollars. I could probably get it but no way. How much is it going for? I I know I clicked on it hoping I could get it for you. But yeah it's estimated to bring in one million dollars so tell me which are. This is the unplugged one. Oh really okay. That's from MTV unplugged. Yes live in New York. It's one of my favorite albums of all time that's it. It's a top top ten album for me. Ta Five most listened to even know all the spoken parts because they're playing live and they they're talking a little bit too. Okay but does this entice you to try to get it a little more? It's left-handed left-hander. That's why like cobain. I know it's a nineteen fifty nine Martin d eighteen. Yeah whatever that means. I don't even know really what that means but yeah no I don't. I can't afford that but that'd be cool to have a thank you for thinking about me so cool. I guess if we get all of our listeners to pitch in no I don't want him to pitch this. We pitching a bill another military guy or somebody fight corona. I swear if I ever get listeners vimy guitar I WOULD. I would lose it okay. Okay Okay Oh you knew what I haven't heard back on. Maybe it's still going. I bought you all those tickets to have coffee with the office. Yeah maybe it's still going because I haven't heard if we want our law practice me that we didn't win. No I think I'll check my email. Check your email again in. Listen I would just clarify right there. That's your heart. Come in through. You'd rather people donate to help other people than to get your guitar. I would flip my. Amy was doing some sort of secrets raising money to buy me something I would go. I'm very blessed at this point. Wasn't always 'em now and I I don't want anything I'm good. Thank you amy. Let's this up already feel uncomfortable. I mean that's my dad was amy's piles of stores. Go over to amy and get the morning. Corny morning glory. Why did the ocean break up with the pond? Why did the ocean break up with the pond? She thought he was way too shallow. That was morning Gorny so the police were chasing a speeder. It was a nineteen year old boy. He was clocked at get this one hundred ninety one miles per hour. I have no interest in driving. That fast. Like me has the need the need for speed not like that. The teen was driving his dad's car. There was another nineteen year old along for the ride with costs finally got him. He was driving a silver Mercedes Benz. I'm also shocked that a car will go that fast on the road that one ninety one. The boy was cited for stunt driving on the highway. He got his license. Suspended in his car impounded. I Bet Day I wasn't happy. The driver's license has also been suspended for seven days and the vehicles been impounded for the same amount of time. I just look back at one ninety one if you were to hit even a disarming on what are you just flip and be gone? Yes wow think so if I get eighty four my bud starts to poke her a little bit in Texas. There were highways that were eighty. That was a speed limit. I'm not speeder Eddie. What's fast ever been We'll probably ninety. Yeah and that's because I was late for a doctor's appointment yeah that prostate slow down. Yeah but I don't have a car bones. That goes that fast like I'll probably be nine hundred. Been no no no vast ninety eight. I WanNa ask you but I you yeah I know. Amy Raises a hand like a so but that must have been super special like fast. Mercedes bright because I would assume Hari no idea no and you'll have the speedometers to sixty and I'm like there's no way cars go that fast right off on yesterday's show. We're talking about the secret menu at starbucks and Marissa called us as someone who worked at starbucks for several years now. We don't have a secret menu like I just wanted to make that really clear that there's no secret menu. They're like and now where they have a secret. Menu are the places like that like we don't have one and unfortunately it's not our favorite thing to make these crazy trapped in crunch. Traffic channels retail customers is if the ingredients will happily make it for you but we have a lot of customers that really mad at us when we don't know the recipe. That's interesting because amy told us on yesterday. Show that there was a captain crunch Frappuccino on the secret menu. Because I I guess I assumed I believe the Internet okay. Well here's lunchbox going to starbucks yesterday to order the Secret Menu Captain Crunch Frappuccino. Here you go. Thank him for Jason. Starbucks cannot get event day. Captain Crunch Frappuccino. Please I just know. It's on the secret menu. Do I need to tell you? It's on the secret menu. No that goes into see my wife told me. I just read that they have the Captain Crunch Frappuccino. Can you give me one so I have no idea? She said it's on the secret menu. So okay I will not and even though they say you know pinterest inside like the secret thing. Yeah we have no idea because it's not official. Okay so the secret menu is just a fake thing that people call it seagram in your sound cool all right. Thank you so much. We have two people now. That say there's no secret that actually work there. I am believing there's no secret menu led astray last year of our of our life. Amy Yeah Now. I know to leave those out of my pile kiss. I don't WanNA frustrate starbucks. Workers will also at the amount of time. Lunchbox spent talking with her. If he was really genuinely trying to order that he could just hold all the ingredients arguing about like. Here's the deal Wabi Raw. Missed like he wasn't really trying to buy it. It was just a test but he could have in that same time. Google that went. I'll take three of these two of these but there we have it. This is like a public service. Yes Amy Okay. But with that said you can google it and the recipe will come up so. I guess you can't just go tell them and they'll magically no but you can write it down or have it on your phone and read them the ingredients and they can make it. Yes so whenever? We hear like the Wild Unicorn or this spacey Casey Cupcake Frappuccino. We should know that is just somebody in the Internet. But they've they concocted all. They did it themselves. Not starbucks okay. That's a good bit lunch box. All right nice job. Don't forget you can call us at anytime. If you're listening. Live or listening on the podcast. Eight seven seven seventy seven. Bobby leave a message on the voicemail. Eight seven seven. Seventy seven bobby. Here's Madeline in Virginia. I am teacher and I wanted to get a shot up to my mom Laura She recently went through breast cancer. Chemo Treatment and radiation. And Amy so really to your story about your mind. I'm going through breast cancer And her journey and just hope that you share so I just wanted to say thank you so much for sharing your story and thank you and show everyone for doing what you guys do. You guys are awesome so much will also shout out to your mom Laura. That's amy you know as well as anyone that is that is a fight and so A big shot out lots of love. Yeah I was just GONNA shout out to the caller and their whole family because everybody endures a lot during that so stay strong listeners. Love this game. We Google easy riddles for kids and this is what we got. But I won't be asking kids. I'll be asking the adults in the room to figure it out. Our players are amy lunchbox producer. Eddie and Morgan number two. We're going to bring her into the as if you get the kids little right you move onto the next round here. We GO AMY. Europe I what gets wetter as it dries. Think about that answering the first riddle in riddle me this what gets a wetter as it dries mea yet fifteen seconds starting now okay a towel. Oh there it is nice job. She's Amazon. Correct okay over the lunchbox riddle me. This one as thumb and forefingers. But it's not alive. What has a thumb and forefingers but is not alive. Fifteen seconds starts now home and forefingers not alive. When is the thumb and four fingers? But it's not alive. Five seconds modest us a computer incorrect. Oh No it was that glove right there. You go thumb and forefinger. Yeah all right Eddie over to you know what gets bigger when Moore is taken away telephone so again. What gets bigger when Moore is taken away? What on earth contracts now. It's bigger when Moore St tough kid riddles. Today Bank Account Mind headed out for you guys when he starts these three seconds. Eddie answer please. Okay got it lead your debt now? Now it's a whole take away the bigger it gets. Of course that makes sense. Yeah Yeah Yeah so easy Morgan how are you? I'm good? I'm scared. Riddles Corona. You make a call. Are you ready ready? The more of this there is the less you see the more of this. There is the less you see. What is it fifteen seconds starts now more of this. You see the more of this. There is the less you see an ocean not even close darkness. The less you see bad at riddles. Well Amy you win the first round where you're the me. Congratulations on your first. Preliminary win here there. She has player saw nice. But it's not even like Hereto as easy hard she got it amy's was there's wetter dry. Yeah Okay let's go one more round ready ready here we go. I follow you all the time I copy your every move but you can't touch me or catch me. I follow you all the time I copy your every move but you can't touch me or catch me. What am I hammer starts now? I follow you all the time I copy your every move but you can't touch me your catch me. What am I if five seconds okay? I don't know a shadow that is correct onto the next round. Wow she's good. That's clutch right there over to lunchbox as many keys but can't open a single lock keys. Can't open a single lock timer starts now. I guess the last time and I'll go with a computer. The answer I have here is a piano. Eddie I have to go on the paper. I get you get you Eddie. Come on Mike did you let them say or now. It's up to you okay. Okay wasn't on the paper but mighty has accepted your answer. You're still in Eddie. If you draw me I'm sure to crack but give me a smile. Always smile back. What am I read it again? If you drop me. I'm sure to crack but give me a smile. Always smile back. What am I I got it but it's a mirror that's correct. Everybody's still in Morgan over to you. Are you ready yeah? I'm found in socks scarves and mittens and often the pause of playful kittens. What am I found socks scarves and mittens and often in the pause playful kittens? What am I time starts now? I WANNA stay for doesn't sound right though. Keesee Walmart type. I'm bound in socks. Scarves and mittens and often in the pause playful kittens. What am I you threat? The time is is incorrect. It's Yarn I. It is arm Morgan. You're okay round two of this game. You have to write your answer down. Okay mostly come running out of riddles guys. If you miss it. You're out all three of you can get a right here you go. I have lakes with no water mountains with knowstone and cities with no buildings. What am I have lakes with no water mountains with knowstone city with no buildings? What am I time or starts now? And then wow. I'm I'm in for the win. Wow lunchbox amy betty. That's a map bones. I cannot believe you guys all got there. Yeah I don't know if it's called him atlas. Wow okay next one up. I come in many different colors and I get bigger when I'm full. I will float away if you don't tell me down what am I I come in many different colors and I get bigger. When I'm full. I will float away if you don't tie me down. What am I time starts now? I remember the win. And guess regulars here Blown hetty balloon. Amy Nice only up to more than I got one more sudden death. Oh no they come out at night without being called and are lost in the day without being stolen what are they? They come out at night without being called and are lost in the day without being stolen. What are they timer starts? Now Lawson awesome without being they come out at night without being called in are lost in the day without being stolen three seconds armen men times in everybody's inner Brazil. Let's go to lunch box. I box incorrect. Eddie Ricketts incorrect. Amy For the win the overall win if you nail it. Do you have aller- crickets now. You feel good about your answer. I don't know okay. What is your answer? It stars correct champion Baby Day. Nice Job Amy. What would you like to say all your fans out there? I would just like to say that This is why we own. You say I don't know study hard and you can be like me. Okay there you go. There's our champion and you want to do you want it. Are you on pattern that somebody else really want to do it? It's the best thing because they didn't want knowing they would try and their mouth wide open. Like Oh y'all think that's the best part. I actually feel really awkward. When do it just doing? Just give us a normal one then. Okay Ready Riddle me this much we have. Hey klotz twenty twenty. We know things have been super weird lately. You were robbed of graduation ceremony. All that work the late nights and early mornings. And now you're just supposed to into the world and figure it out so iheartradio asked soon to be graduates. If you had ceremony who would you want to deliver your commencement speech and then we made some calls? Hillary Clinton. She's in John Legend. Dj Alad Halsey and coach K. All in over twenty of your favorites and they're writing. Commencement speeches just for you. Listen to iheartradio new podcast. Commencement speeches drop may fifteenth on iheartradio APP in Sunday may seventeenth across all radio stations. Brought to you by state farm like a good neighbor state pharmacy. There took antibodies test. And so they're supposed to send me the results. Maybe even today because I took it last week I went in and they'll let people at a time. You have to wear a mask. They take your blood and they go all right. We'll tell you the. Antibodies are not what an antibody is does is. If you've had corona you have antibodies that learned how to beat it and they said that a lot of people have had corona and not even known it and so I go take in antibody test on the advice of my doctor and also too if I do have the antibodies to go. Hey you can donate blood. Because they're asking for blood with antibodies in it from people who've been through it already so I go get the test and I should get the results today or tomorrow and I'm going to do much like agenda. Reveal where it's Blue Pink. I'm going to do an antibody reveal on my instagram. Can you imagine the millions people? It'd be watching this. This compelling content. I'll probably probably an email Your results mailing yes. I'm going to do an antibody reveal if four mostly awareness of heavy and get one of these tests get one and if you if you have them or you can donate your blood to help folks one. I think it's funny. It's like a parody of a gender reveal and two for a good reason because I want people to know that if they do have the antibodies. They are looking for your blood to help so I'll be doing probably today on instagram. Mr Bobby bones. The people can't wait. I just looked and saw. They can't wait. Actually nobody even knew about until right now so nobody even knows about it. But I'm doing that today or tomorrow. I saw a story about a mail carrier in Ohio. Who's been arrested for selling drugs on our postal route? So she would get in to the post office truck driver route then sell drugs in her work vehicle along the route and they had to watch her for three months to finally arrest her She's out on bond. There is no next court date listed if you can pull that off if you can make your route and sell drugs by the way. But I'm so she kind of did the two birds with one stone right. Choose working smarter not harder. Speaking of work twitter says their employees can work from home forever. I would. I don't know what's going to happen with our jobs. As far as work from home you know they had us all go home and some people are home. I'm going back in some was. Just tell name before we went on the air being in the studio so you know I'm going in a little bit. I'll probably go on a little more than a couple of weeks and I think people are to kind of an odd place where we're kind of excited to go back and live our lives a little bit but we're still got our eyes open a lot to see what's happening watching the news. Listen TO THE PEOPLE. That are the experts. So it's kind of a weird time but you know going back in the studio a little bit of normalcy kind of charges me up a little bit. You know yeah I can see that. What about you are you? You're still at home all the time on. Mostly I don't leave unless I have to go take sending to my dad. That's honestly the only thing I do your dad's in an assisted living facility. Yes wynonna world. Do you think you'll ever be able to hug him again. I don't I mean I've thought about it like honestly if I think about it too much. I get emotional because I didn't. I don't think going into this W- even knew what was happening. It was just like boom one day. I suddenly wasn't allowed in to where he lives with. No no time line of win. It'll open backup for him. Because the elderly and people with compromised immune systems and stuff are a lot of people lift their that or high high high risk so I honestly do not know I was thinking about you last night and I was like Dang I wonder what amy will actually get to see and touch her dad when you see him through glass. Yes that's stinks. No users no human contact and for him. Yeah I mean for so many of those people their relationships down in the common areas. Dinnertime or movie time or you know little activities that the place would put on like that. Was there everything and now. They're just confined to their rooms. It's sad way they don't even get to hang out with each other. No not at all. Oh I thought they had like their own little old folks. Utopia the sounded great. I like to go there now. I mean for a little bit. They were doing that like we were not allowed him that they were still allowed to hang out and then they shut that down. I think once they as they learned more they realized how to keep as safe as possible and they don't want to end up one of these places where everybody gets infected. That's crazy. Well Anyway. I was thinking about you last night on yesterday's show. Amy said her son had a new job. His job is to click cans and bottles and make recycling money. We talked about Lauber said I was going to start saving my cans for them and this is Stevenson. Your son sending me a message leaves me have Waterloo and to collect cans leg. Linden money money money by. Did you tell me to do that now? I told him that you agreed that you drink waterloo and that you agreed to give them and he goes. Okay well I feel. He's taking it very seriously as a business. So he wants to approach his clients with their. I think it was started from the other day when I was talking about how he could go to people and ask them. I talked to you about it. I thought I wanted to ask him. So He's like let me send him a message. So that's what he recorded in the Waterloo stuck with him. I told him that you had cans of I don't know I just said Waterloo. And then he was like that came out and I laughed out loud. When I listened to it lunchbox drop off cans too. I mean I guess you could call it dropped off. He threw some cans in my yard for Stevenson. Pick up which was super thoughtful. And then I didn't even know they were there. We just went outside and I I didn't know wear these cans came from and then I checked my phone and I had a text from lunchbox. That's funny you guys come by the way. Call us on the voicemail line. Eight seven seven seventy seven. Bobby leave a message. Ask a question. We'd love to hear from you on the bobby bones show now abandoned. Aaron Napier from HDTV's hometown. Is Bobby good of me? You guys from afar. Hey I have a lot of friends that one. No you in the two. That don't know you that love you so I'm so excited to talk to you guys because tell me about the town that you live in right now because it sounds a little bit like town. I grew up in so Laurel town that's eighteen thousand people and it's a an industrial city that was founded some Some Really Cultured Educated Harvard people from Iowa ladder but I was it on the timber industry and a lot of downs over the years and we are trying real hard to make it enough correct. What's your home town like right? Now where you live super famous there Not really here. Well everybody famous in Small Town. I don't have to have a TV shows. Buffet famous meltdown. So I lived here my whole life. Everybody in Laurel New Me Anyway. Then the newcomer but Yeah now they know him because he was our mascot. He's Blah Blah lumberjack for years. But now we have a TV show so people outside loyal newest Teasha yes. Let's about people here so we're GONNA go to the grocery store and said money might say you know. Hey that was a great episode or Oliver Shows. But they know more as Erin sooner as you're building CAIRN raspberries and I'm here and the guy that came from out of town. Yeah how is 'CAUSE ON HDTV by the way we have been in there and napier from Heb's hometown on right now? And I was looking at this episode coming up on the twenty fifth where Stapleton. Gifted you guys an airstream true. How do you know Chris Stapleton Concert? That's a weird so we were at a concert and to years ago. Two years ago and Morgan Fair- recognizes and the audience. But we're friends with Andy Barron. Who is Chris photographer? You and so they told Andy or Clay Christensen manager he's now are also They had bringing back paid. So we got the alert sage and meet everybody and hang out and Clay our actually secretly brothers People are twins they look a lot alike then so he just. We struck up a friendship with family. And we were actually trying to do the airstream fortress and Morgan but they never would make up their mind what they wanted to do with it and then one day mortgage the wants you to take with you and do whatever you want to do with it. It's yours so and we were like wait. Are you for real? So yes we. We are the proud owner Nineteen seventy-three strength. Thanks to curse and Morgan Attorney Joe. Willing and Let's calls our daughter's favorite singer. Is Ali Pardon and Joe Lean at the time of only I gotta do. Lame was her favorite song. She's got and she's crazy. You guys met as you were both at all Miss. You guys run around. Yon Haughty Taty. We gotta do it. We do that a lot over there. What we do say. Howdy taty quite a live Mostly September from from August. It's yeah it's not. We're not crazy hard but football season is pretty big. It's a big deal especially for. My Dad. Needs a huge miss fan. And that's where he wants to looking at that issue people magazine where you guys are on the cover. When did you guys find out? We're going to be on the cover of people magazine about five days before everybody else. Did we have no idea and we get questions? We're going to be a really story. Love story but yeah. I think they got the wrong people. That's pretty crazy right. Like that's a humongous piece of pop culture. Right there to be on the cover of the Kardashians usually when I was riddled. My mom would issues of people. And it'll be like Princess Diana on the front you know and I would still them after she was then rating them to see the fifty most beautiful people. You know. It's like we don't make sense there. We have no idea but as on the cover but I'm so thankful on with US. Now we have the Napier's. I want to ask you about people. Come into your town to look for you guys. Do they ever come and stalk you at your house or come to one of your stores and look for you guys? They get stores and people come. They're looking for every now and then people will try to find our house. The town is pretty good about not telling people where we live. But it's also pretty easy to find our house and so We've got a few weird situation. Yeah do you have a gate now? Dan The woodshop anytime. You're against gay. Gated you have a house thinking. Oh you have just revealed. I'll tell you what I'll do. I'll beep that part out and people will never know what you just said. Yeah Yeah Yeah I'M GONNA beep that part out and people. What he said was ever humongous naked statue of three Amazon type being so look for that in front of the town. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Let me ask gated. A lot of people were giving me Home Renovation. Questions to ask you guys. I don't know anything about home innovation to even ask the questions. But what's a home renovation? Mistake do you see a lot of people make after they buy a new home like the most common? Someone's like I'm going to go in and do this and it's like. Maybe you shouldn't do that right now. I think that blow in law has I mean people like to take walls down and make figure and that sort of thing and what they don't know you can't just go in and take wall out. I mean you have to a lot of times those walls or low being off so you can create really bad structural issues And then not hiring professionals for things you need to. Do you WANNA paint a wall. Get after it. You want to change a life picture. Go ahead you want to change the carpet. Fine but if you're going to be you know moving electrical or moving plumbing or re hanging sheet rock. I mean I don't know what do you think? Recommend before you renovate the inside. Make sure your roof is good storm. That comes along it ruins all that hard work. She did on the inside. Hey speaking you bring up storms on June. There's a tornado severely damaged home. And did you guys go in and help this House? So that helps it actually. That's one eight in December and we. We just finished a house a few months earlier and luckily Mr Gary had not quite moved in he just started moving stuff in and we we actually went back and fixed that house again and Alan will be that will air in June. That'll be an alley as the season on with us right now ben and Aaron Napier from. Hdtv's hometown tell me that. This is true six days after you guys met been you told Aaron that you loved her and wanted to marry her six days a typo sixty. How did you know six days in where my mom told me? Long time ago. That girl alleys wanted to keep talking to then I would know that she was the one and not only did I. I WANNA keep talking there and we talked about the same things. We had the same More even though like our interests were very different. Shoes aren't student at the time. I was majoring in political science. I think our history and I can't remember when I changed to Yeah I wanted to keep talking to her and so here. We all are twenty going on forty. Six years later I was twenty six sixteen years. It feel like he's been much longer. Tom Flies one for years seen years ago when he tells you that just days in here and he's like you know. I think this is it. What do you think I was the best defense for a long time? Before I knew him he was really really popular and I was like that movie. She's all that you know what I'm talking about that terrible team sexually great where she's a nerd and he's the guy like some kind of debt where like the popular. God put him up to it. Take me to the prob where college but like I just wondered. Why would he noticed me? He could have the cheerleaders Vance team and but yeah just had this huge crush on him. I had a church on Ryan Dunn in Highschool like Jackass. You know who doesn't know? She looks like that so out touch on Ben because he was a little like Ryan Dunn extremely charming and Tall Mice and polite reading I and was on the cover of people magazine six years later years order. Let me let me end on a question about about home. What's the first question that you guys tell your friends or people on the show? They should ask whenever they're looking at home to possibly purchase like the first basic question basic questions or the hardest thing is. They're always so hard First QUESTION I ask. What's the what's the listen garage of? What are they asking? I mean check out the basics roofs as the roofing. Good Shave How it will in South Pacific as in Nashville? You Always WanNa make sure if air conditioning. So that's one Boring things but that's the truth. Yeah I know nothing about houses amy. Would you like to ask them a question? They're here with us Would you like have been an on? Which like say anything to them. Oh yeah so I mean would you? Were currently buying a House. Actually and you said you know what's the price and obviously that's a huge question but if the let's say the price per square foot is higher than any house in the neighborhood is probably not probably not smart to do that. Let me tell you this. Let me ask you this. What if other houses that are less per square foot but they definitely need a little bit of renovation? Here maybe the bathroom little things but the other way higher but sort of still ridiculous. It needs nothing. Done any of that either though okay. Are you looking at it this year? House amy now were. I found a house that I that I love and market. It's above that the price for square footage is above anything that you see in town but literally. Nothing needs to be done a house that you think you would live in forever. Yeah okay. Is there anything on the House that you would want to change? Nothing no perfect then. If you love it and you can afford it will be other houses cost. Okay who he that matter Minton. I just make make a sound not good business people but we love our house and we are currently. We have more in our house than it appraised talks. We just had it reappraised and We spent five hundred thousand dollars more than what it's worth but we don't care because we're going to look different. We love are GONNA sell it satisfied with that. Amy I do. I feel knowing that hearing them. Say if you're if you don't want to ever sell it then yeah you should feel fine with it so I just need to make sure that I look out for My friend Natalie who is in Nashville. She bought a very nice house. It was gorgeous and kind of new and she thought it was perfect and she moved in and there was. Thousands of fighters are half reinvested with his creepy fighter properly. You read there for five days. And they moved out to make sure. It's not a weird hippie about it. Do a test inspection and home inspection and I feel like they would probably do the same thing in Nashville. But I mean there through like you know get it inspected get it. Says in the morning money Even if you don't fight you might have that money. But you did yourself some heartache. I feel like the question you asked him. Amy was so specific to you that they should charge you. I'm just saying I'm just saying well. Listen everybody be sure to check out hometown on. Hdtv billionaire and Napier follow on Instagram. You Got Stores Got Amazon statues in front of Your House. You got all these crazy. Things happening But it's been really great and airstream innovates them on May twenty fifth. That's our next new episode of on Eastern Eight Central Episode. Doing may twenty fifth. They'll show the new airstream we talked about earlier. There was gifted them by Chris Stapleton Morgan and then the finale which is June eighth will be a tornado and the one that damaged the home. And you guys renovated fix back. So and then they're all MRS other than that. I think. I think we're good at a great time with you. Guys appreciate you guys for coming on the show. Abby thank hope to see you guys soon. Yeah thank you. I guess it's time for the good news me out so I WANNA shout out to a senior named Hannah Lucas. She's eighteen years old from Georgia and her brother. Charlie who's a freshman at her school? They got together and realized a lot of people. Were pretty bombed. That problem wasn't going to be happening so they decided to put together a virtual problem which they hosted on instagram live and kids from all over the country attended Ohio New Jersey Texas Illinois and they got on their instagram. Some went with friends like dates on zoom so others attended alone but the coolest part is the DJ for the problem was Dj Jazzy. Jeff for those. That don't know who that is because we may have people below the age of thirty listening to the show back in the day will Smith was in a rap duo called Dj Jazzy Jeff and the fresh prince and a low bit DJ jazzy. Jeff will be on the show to a little bit on the fresh prince show but anyway that's really cool that good for them they set up and people came from all over So Fun Yeah just gave people a problem that they will never forget. Are you still hosting the virtual prom? Here yeah Friday night with Jaco and our local affiliate in Nashville. The big ninety eight is doing a virtual prom. Amy's hosting at Jake INS playing it right. How does that work do people? Just get on and watch it. I assume similar to this and then Jake saving an crowning King and Queen Texas. You say hey you up. Can you imagine you're hosting it? Good for this couple of kids here for making a problem when circumstances more the best for everybody else. That's what's all about. That was telling me something. Good all right. Let's hear from Tommy in Las Vegas. Hey Bobby Mortis studio house or if you give a shout out to my co worker We listen we work graves so we listened to your podcast every night and I guess last night he came to work and right afterwards wasn't feeling too. Well had difficulty breathing some chest pain so he had to be transport of the hospital. He's going to have some tests done in the morning. But you give a shout out. Et might make his day as name is Reggie and Appreciate it aggregrate day guys. I Reggie shout out to healthy man. Hope you healthy and if you're not GONNA get through it for sure and thank you for listening to the podcast appreciate that all right. L. Amy's rubbing her chest now when someone talks about chest pain starts to go. I go how am I feeling I kinda just fell? I was like wait. What is pain chest for supposed to pay attention to that right? Well I think if you look hard enough you can find anything wrong with you at anytime. So I'm ignoring all the signs. Were terrible awesome. Let's go over to Morgan number two. Who is going to tell us what they can here on? Today's podcast Morgan. We had two big special guests on the show. Chrissy mets from this is us and been an Errand Napier from HDTV different interviews so check those l. Both the interviews lovely people. What else you shared your top five Darius Rucker who in the bow fish songs for Darius his birthday And who you heard. Unheard of footage of Darius and out-perform Beastie boys together. That's right yeah. We weren't even really people they've been asking for people like religion as a single. But we're not. We keep that close to our. What else an lunchbox found out. Something mind blowing about starbucks. Yeah listen to that in the podcast and don't forget. I mean. I talked about this earlier. I'm doing a gender reveal on instagram. Today well sort of I'm doing a antibody reveal when I get my results just like agenda reveal. I'll be reading the results of my antibody test. I'm not looking at them beforehand. Just follow me Mr Bobby bones on instagram. Now there are have them and I'm rooting that I have them. I'm rooting that. I had corona and didn't know it. Amy That's the goal. Then you can go and you can donate blood. Your I feel like if you get the results you want. It'll be like you got the blue POW boy right. I don't want yeah. You're right though you're right though. Yeah all right. That's what's up. What's going on with you today. What am I doing today Oh I have a work some thing. I need to figure out for a small business thing through work. I'm hosting this whole thing. I think it's kind of a big deal so I need to get prepped for that. I have no idea what you're talking. I know I don't know it came from and that's why I'm saying nothing else. It came from the top and trickle down my way. Interesting a trickle. Yeah well actually today more Info tomorrow because it's actually tomorrow. Today is the run through Eric. So that's why I don't know as much as I should. What do you have? Well I'll tell you what I'm not going to do is I'm GonNa take a day off the bike today I have. I've been writing so many days in a row. My legs are tired. I am writing the Peleton now under Hashtag repeat you put Hashtag in. We have seven hundred people riding under five grand. Repeat it's amazing. Oh yeah yeah so probably not gonNA ride today. It's raining so it's like I'd like to go play basketball caitlyn but I don't know probably some NBA Two K. Twenty though get some of that in kahlons finishing school. She's GonNa graduate this week with her masters so she'll be a she has an MBA you'll have an MBA masters in business administration. So she went back to school so pretty cool pretty proud of her and then on Friday will reveal what our future the future of our relationship with that. How about that day? Her actual graduation well. It was supposed to. Her party. Was supposed to be Saturday but you can have it. So should we do a drive by parade That'd be fun. Why don't we we could? But I don't WanNa say on on the show. We're doing it just kidding. That was a joke. Yeah we're not doing anything you know. We won't do a parade okay. Wink we're not doing. I'm not even going to acknowledge it. Actually off all right. Have a good day. Everybody will see you tomorrow. Show by Bob. We're living in the ripple effects of history the butterfly flaps its wings in China in the nineteenth century and your Uber driver misses the turn for the airport or an eccentric genius and Vince air-conditioning and changes the course of American politics. I'm Sean Braswell host of the thread and I'm back with a brand new podcast presented by Ozzy. Called flashback a series of stories of unintended consequences. Listen to flashback on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. 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LCB Ep. 177 - Bee Movie Review (Nostalgia Sundays), Is Bee Movie Good Or Big Trash?, GARFIELD IS BACK! and Shia LaBeouf Resurgence

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LCB Ep. 177 - Bee Movie Review (Nostalgia Sundays), Is Bee Movie Good Or Big Trash?, GARFIELD IS BACK! and Shia LaBeouf Resurgence

"I'm not i'm i'm not dumb net around fifty and beyond you can get me out of this message off your pay you can't it's handled the truth. Maybe not maybe fuck yourself. Shoot your kid. This one full day of what we've got here is saying yes yes well. We're going. We don't need roads. He thought ali kevin still chilly and lights camera barstool start wreaking the lights camera up so one seventy seven jack low ken jetro ballance sunday episode net flicks nostalgia review ruin the b-movie today that's right. It's just be movie. The movie is just b-movie. You're right all right. That's the last ounce of respect they'll put on this fucking movie last ounce of respect <hes> uh yeah and today i just realized a b. Movie is a a riff off of b-movie low budget the film. I don't know if it was intentional or not but i just realized that feel decent budget behind it. Oh for sure but it. It works both ways. I don't know how it's relevant in this in this context but i think that's something jerry seinfeld too. You'd find clever. It costs one hundred june fifteen million dollars to make that movie. That's insane how much how much of that money thing went straight into seinfeld's pocket hundred forty nine million a lot. It dude ashen project. You'd blade runner. Twenty forty nine cost one hundred and fifty million to make raiders difference in quality b-movie. It's that's the review this week. I think we saved save all comments. Please review because i don't know if there's if it's a bit eh somebody here might have said they like it so we're going to have to just hold off on that. It's a good movie. That's just off walled off. We do have to nominate eight or excuse me proce the vote for next week's movie ken jack one last week with b-movie so he has to put up a new movie. I'm gonna keep eagle-eye. Ally the shiloh buff movie trill. Are you going to keep g. Force the rodent movie did i didn't ask deny put in another movie there that at that would definitely win. I'm just going to type in classic movies because i want to win all right. Well in the meantime can't jack what what are you gonna. Nominate thought about long and hard and i wanna do to festive furious. Oh no it's on netflix. That's the rule. That's it's the rule. That's all that matters home in ejecta seat 'cause. I can't wait troll's gonna to watch this fucking movie in love. Every second of sucky may or may not have blackbeard movie to fears two thousand three. Eli came out two thousand eight trill. You're under the gun. What are you going to do here. Oh man i wanted to do gremlins too but they only have gremlins one on that flakes. Let's keep g. Force probably gonna lose but in lieu of a good nomination. I'm going with that guys all right. The vote is up at the end of the episode. We will reveal the winner of what we will be reviewing next week nice to see and we get back a little for the past too fast and furious came out in two thousand three. No mine was a taxi driver. Oh jesus okay well. The the votes gonna come down. I'm gonna reset to vote. That's right. You did say that yeah. I gotta stay true to my work because i think that will be a good conversation rather than <hes> g. Force some good trivia but all right zach galifianakis washed thirty hours of hamster gerbil footage to properly voice his character as maximo the gerbil all right so we're going to go with the movie before the two thousands that's always good man kam jack ass too fast too furious of it will be a during the duration of this show or fuel winner at the end or anything non movie related or anything anything you talk about before we get into the pot here. I think we've talked about it before but i want to bring it back up phone games games. You plan your phone. What's the most you've ever spent on a game. I'm on your phone. I'm pretty sure we talked about this before but i got back into playing eight ball pool on my phone. <hes> found myself the other day one purchase of throwing down three ninety ninety nine unnecessary by some coins from my pool game. Have you ever dove into a mobile game and you've made a purchase and gone off a i. There's this golf game. I probably spent around three hundred dollars on. I'm not joking. I'm not proud of it but at the time i was in a dark place and and the game gave me comfort. Was it like a mini golf game or a full. No it was <hes>. I've said it on the pod before i was just absolutely obsessed assessed with it. It was super fun. It was one of the best mobile games i've ever played. Which is why. I dropped so much cash. You discussed it. I forget i new. We've talked about this before but that's the dark place. You're talking a golf clash golf clash right right right right. I did some train travelling the last couple of weekends and because of that the pool games a fun activity to have betrayed in. I dipped into the wallet a little bit for fake coins. I just loved washing people looking at their facebook a profile picture them holding their baby knowing they can't ever be proud of themselves around their child again because they got so completely destroyed by me and golf clash. No one house beat me. It's because they got lucky. They have to have a shame there to liberate their family because i just ran the table unlimited electronic pool but aside from that i i don't know when the last i i would say the last time i played a game. Iphones probably a couple of months ago. It's usually whenever i i usually whenever i fly in a plane all download what's popular in terms of game. It's been one ninety nine on it immediately think to myself. This is just the same game. This is the same fuck in tap tap tap iphone game because that's that's all all you can do with these games iphone. I got apps and you could even jailbreak at the head that dance dance revolution for your fingers tap tap revolution that was a blast aid and nothing there are quite a few things i we talk about in the pod but we go back and forth on the group text. Whenever there's an apple conference i think they usually have two big ones per year and one the big segment. I think it's one coming up the iphone announcement that was bring on like some attractive product manager person guy i or woman <hes> real slick person to talk about how how advanced the gaming platform is on the iphone and i think i've seen that presentation for years in a row but i've yet to see a game com across the iphone that i've actually thought like look any better than a tiger hand held version of twenty nine thousand nine game but then they'll even do like it all jim watkins from e._a. Sports will come on and tell you i usually playing n._b._a. Live on your phone remember when they're like we got assassin's assassin's creed on the iphone and then it was some like tower defense bullshit savings creep thing we gotta spend you know three ninety nine and for more treed bucks to to give yourself the name of the company in assassin's creed kim jack you hear this aspera go a stir ago. I don't remember like e. Credits <hes> it's stupid but at the same time i think they're good for kids. The kids really enjoy that shit. It's true with the kids. It's all for the best. Just distract to spend three hundred dollars on your mobile games. Kids get your parents credit card card and immediately go to golf clash. I had to guide delete that game off the well. I actually got to a point where you just play something so much and you're like you feel like you just ate like three burgers for dinner. It's like why did i do that accepted the longer. It's a longer period of remorse ten jack most. You spent on a mobile game <hes> zero. I don't think ever paid for one. That's so you didn't spend three hundred dollars on tokens for golf clash unwrapped a mystery package and hopes of giving getting the <hes> ten stat driver so you could crush blake 'em from from chicago from what keegan illinois engulf clash now. I think the only game i ever only mobile game i've ever played extensively was be tan and that wasn't like a pay for play thing so never attempted by that scenario though it did come close once with the farmville back in high school facebook days stopped though that was the oh me just don't just don't spend all your money on games got her entire. You got to retire quick. What'd you spend well again. You spend three hundred dollars so fuck. I don't know <hes> right. Is that persona brought to you in part by seatgeek. That's right seek one of our sponsors once again this week. Buying tickets can be complicated confusing. 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I i do wanna know we'll be reviewing scary stories to tell them the dark and the kitchen this week so halloween movie in august and then what is being called one of the worst like bigger bigger budget marketed movies of the year. The kitchen is apparently a visible is hell's kitchen look. I'm in hoboken but it's hell's kitchen still like a gritty place place or is there like a peleton store on opposing street blocks yeah. Hell's kitchen is in new york is very much not greedy anymore. I walked by somebody. 'cause i live in dallas kitchen worldwide. Somebody not that long ago told there's so much. I've been here in a long time. I was here gangs and people hitting shot up and stab the street mike right but you've been here a long time. Then its just decades you haven't been here. They should reflect that in the shows. Another canceled dare double but they should make the the real. The show is held kitchen closer to the new. Hell's kitchen in in daredevil stops some thief who stole somebody's away suitcase beats the fuck kind of proton instructor mugging in front of the pink berry <hes> it's it's definitely try to get away with a two dollar tip on a fifty dollar tab at the meatball shop going down buster deals. Daredevil daredevil uses his like sonar version in he sees footprints. It's like all birds the kitchen scary stories to tell them the dark and we're going to rank. We're going to do it today. We're going to hold off not the over pack. Things were going to rank top. Five most anticipated moves the rest of two thousand nineteen <hes> trying to get through august. August movies are always kind of a bummer angry. Birds is coming up as well. Maybe we're interview. The bruce springsteen movie blinded by the lights apparently really good but the the aug lull is here <hes> dips down a bit and then we kick up for awards season so that that's coming up but first up shiloh buff he's he's in the movie that i nominated eagle-eye but he's also in a movie coming out that he is directing and he rose. Excuse me just screenplay. He's not going to be he wrote the screenplay. It's an autobiographical movie called honey boy shaya basis script on his own life with his character being based on his own father author and the title comes from his childhood nickname honey boy he wrote the script as a part of his rehab program lucas hedges in this <hes> playing an older version origin of character based on the actual shy off the trailer is wild stuff very artsy in it has very good reviews. It premiered at sundance. It's in january and people say it's cathartic. Someone says it's just it's like mind blowing great from shiloh buff. I'm really excited for this. I kinda wanna see peanut butter. Llc and mortar be honest. I'm not as great as well and not as interested in style booths life as a project which is apparently amazing using well i wasn't until i saw the trailer and it was captivating the whole the whole the way who stylized realized and the tension and the trailer it really drew me in right. It's a trailer work. We <hes> we might be able to. I think we had a hands on a screener for peanut butter fell. We might throw peanut butter falcon in here. Maybe next week or maybe we swap it but that there's a possibility there because you're i can't jack has been getting rave reviews as well. This is a a buffer surgeons going on right now kind of love to see it. I like it and the <hes> the character in honey boy oy shiloh buffs. <hes> fictional version is named otis lord. That's that's a good name. It's a great name. It's a great name lord. I he he his hair though he didn't. He didn't facially look old enough to have a hairline like that now. John was the only thing from the trailer that that i didn't didn't bother me but i was just like i was just like okay yeah like i remember. This is where he's playing. Fictionalized analyzed version of his dad and i'm not saying that he can't do it. I'm just saying like he just doesn't look of <hes> data age but then again like his dad was pretty young so he probably has data age. I don't know i it goes back to me. Still thinking sheila buff is <hes> the <hes> the kid from even stevens yeah. He's learned that even stevens like hawaiian shirt and a couple of clips in this trailer. Honey way serves as an act of cinematic therapy for screenwriter writer in subject. One who's unique perspective should strike a chord in audiences raw backgrounds again pretty big ratings so excited for this check out the trailer. I i i think i i feel like what the fuck is was. More and more people watch it throughout the day. They were reacting with like wow. This is very intriguing but also ken jackson peanut butter falcon that is out. It's it was released limited <hes> so if you can find it go seek is that one is another shiloh buff dakota johnson as well. There's apparently a must see for two two thousand and nineteen honey boy though that one comes out later on in the year in november again debuted earlier in the year at sundance the the other thing the other thing is like shiloh but does there's actually have like a pretty traumatic childhood. I it's kind of weird because i think his parents were hippies but i think his dad did struggle with substance substance abuse and like i remember him saying or maybe an interview that his dad like pointed a gun at him one time or something jesus yes. There's a lot there yeah i mean. It looks like emotional looks pretty again autumn autobiographical sort ever said before. It's probably telegraph in there well. I'm gonna be interested because like i don't know if he's close with his parents or not but like i don't know if he's come back to reconcile with them but i mean that's that's a that's a big part of <hes>. That's a big part of his life man like in that's just to put that up on the screen like i don't know if i'd ever. I don't know if i'd ever want to do that. I don't think i have like that interesting testing enough of a story but i i still think that's a pretty big. Step terms like being able to talk about that stuff in the form of movie yeah. He's someone who went through a ton of what you would imagine to be just as bad stuff <hes> whether it be something that can mouth wiser self inflicted. He i mean shiloh buffalo's beyond like a punchline for all the see him collect himself. We'll get with the rehab and now kind of have this resurgence very fucking cool help. It hope it sticks will be keep pumping out some good stuff it'd be it'd be pretty neat to say that's for sure <hes> move on lady and the tramp <hes> make a live action remaking that we knew that already but it's not coming into feeders is going to disney plus it's going to be they won't disney plus december twelfth when it launches. We know the cast where we have some pictures of the dog dogs plural. Excuse me justin theroux will play tramp. <hes> tested thompson will play lady sam elliott as trustee bloodhound that is as good of a casting you can get for a bloodhound turnover yet gino komo nasa's peg ashley jensen jock and then benedict wong as bowl despite the sam elliott bloodhound honestly <hes> good chance chance. I don't watch this this. This movie is only known for the spaghetti soon. That's it outside of that. There's nothing there that's all people are going to care about streaming services of spaghetti scene and they should put that in the movie description spaghetti seen happens at thirty six forty yeah. I think i've seen leading the tramp at least three or four times. I don't remember anything about it other than this spaghetti scene and i think that's just because it's like common knowledge from most people that just don't live in our fucking rock agree with you that you took the words out of my mouth jeff the only thing i'm excited for osama litas bloodhound because that's just about as perfect as you can get. Its it's chapters. Just say start spaghetti seen end credits here. I'm looking at the pictures of the dogs was a lady i mean i thought she was a cocker spaniel. Is this a cocker spaniel or is this a k a king charles cavalier can't tell i'm i'm not a dog expert but it looks at says cocker spaniel underneath a photo yeah. It's probably a cocker spaniel. I just i just want them to <hes> <hes> keep keep lady as a cocker spaniel and i'm that's your problem there. Miscount casting here was something she wasn't in the original. This is like your are your little mermaid. Stand is recasting as a different breed of dog. Terrific trail finally enters the not my blink game yeah my lady. I'm i'm just saying i'm just saying yeah and tramp at the trip was schnauzer and this the dogs look good. Folks not excited for it but that's not anything to do with this movie. Just show me the damn spaghetti seen. Let's just move on with their alive see how they do that with c._g._i. Boukadous bu. Can you imagine if horrible c._g._i. With just wavy mouths just devouring spaghetti like this movie. Uvi cost four million dollars to make one hundred eighty seven million dollars at the box office in nineteen fifty five based on the book. Happy dan the cynical dog dan happy dan. The cynical dog is he happier. Is he cynical. I feel like those two are usually sort of mutually exclusive elbow. He's an irony poster. <hes> okay okay all right already. Yeah tramp is is a noted schnauzer. Why is he not in this picture. I don't know if that's snell's or not. It's a cute dog. I just don't know like aside from a golden retriever. I don't i probably know three dog breeds but if this was lady gaga bradley cooper as leading to try eh singing girl see now. I'd watch it now now. You've got me eight chocolate now. You have to hurl roll their dog hobie where the dog eats chocolate and that's the that's like that's like the plot one. Maybe cats and dogs shock a lot. Didn't you ever see that one stupid the willy wonka with dogs. Nobody's eating anything in the candy factory really die. I'm <hes> yeah. I'm fine at this movie. As long as the spaghetti sauce is paul newman soccer rooney sauce that she spoke sauce. They use marinara in the original. I'm telling you this shit. I do like when stuff with old slang still like is in our collective conscious later trampling when tramp houston mean <hes> you know what like like kind of a <hes> a a non trustworthy <hes> shifty man like con artist of some sort or like a boo boos hound or something like oh. I see that guy that guy. He's a real tramp. I think it's like lucky kind of a good insult for today like the other day. I called someone twitter a block kid and i was like that's pretty devastating like just getting old school insult thrown your way like you're not good enough for something new. All you get us something old like hey man you're. You're trent yeah any that's like insulting himself gordon ramsay. You get called anything old school like very simple like it's called someone like like a fucking piece of shit like it's lame yeah like gordon. Ramsay routinely calls people donut but he does such an intense way that you just you have to feel like such. Do you feel like trash like dan. You call me a donut. He doesn't even have he doesn't want to put effort into insulting much hates me right now like what's more devastating in old school insult like getting called. I don't know like i can't even think of it right now but if i if i heard one i know of it or or like uh really british and so british insults are pretty good well. I'm just looking old school insults thunderhead just a big fan of the office office <hes> <hes> that's <hes> nuke sop. Wow that's an old one nincompoop need comput- it's too many syllables 'cause i like like block it to me works. I'm still a big fan of duffus. Fucking like bozo bozo's really tough to come back back from because both of their i mean bozo means you. You stink in multiple ways just like calling someone a baby. Oh no i didn't komo's i just realized that income block had a coma bonehead. Which is maybe even better at boneheads pretty good yeah fucking bone. Here's some of teddy roosevelt develops insult and this page now. You know they're all all appropriate. Aren't that funny. Teddy roosevelt not naught not a well-known insular very good. If only your opinions whereas well-maintained as you're hunting jacket oh shit terry terry in fact up worldstar teddy but i'm on epic rap battles of history teddy roosevelt one of his his most popular insult info calling someone infernal skunk. That's like not good infernal. I i like <hes>. How did he win the presidency. I like what's his name. <hes> <hes> tommy lee jones saying i cannot sanction buffoonery and they've got one two. That's tough. That's tough but buffoonery stuff to come back from your. I mean that's that's really hard to come back from being known as the village buffoon speaking taking of bullies though garfield that's right garfield bullying john are buckle for decades garfield getting a new t._v. Show how we feel about that. We pumped about that because they're coming out with a new mandated movie. Apparently that's still in the works but according to the rap garfield is getting a hit <hes> getting ready to hit t._v. Screens again <hes> in its own series. <hes> nickelodeon is going to be working on a brand. New garfield fueled tv series. Do we like the return of garfield to the twenty first century. Oh man i could. I'm going to say i couldn't give a fuck about garfield coming to a series because i will not watch it. I i won't unless we're for the podcast. I probably watch that movie either but i'm curious. What tro thinks <unk> garfield. The cat sucks garfield sucks but the the real the real character study is john is just his mental like mentality and johnson johnson not a healthy man. No it's true no he's. He's a very lonely lonely and at times bitter man you hides behind a pleasing facade and all the conversations he has with garfield or completely made up carr's garfield speaks and thought bubbles so we know he's talking to himself like i just do not i think john's lonely and <hes> when i know more about about him rather than garfield in so mike mental breakdown you do nothing about it because garfield sucks. I don't know a garfield is not that i don't get it. I don't know why people ever like our field. I've never got. I've never gotten it. It's always been more funny is just <hes> the the object of ridicule ridicul. He's a huge s._e._o. Garfield that is not john arable. Excuse me the product itself. If you look at the comics they're just not they're not even like clever. Once upon a time garfield does something need to john. It's like cat. You think a popular garfield tv series and movie would boom the <hes> the popularity of lasagna on the country. I think it was still pretty hot people if the movie if the movie made a shitload of money in the series became pop. I feel like lasagna would really have an even bigger resurgence. Thomas start investing in prego where howard lasagna everett everett like where would lasagna be available that you cannot get lasagna or would be or people would be like lacroix where it's always been there except instagram influence or they're. They're posting a picture of their stouffer box like the about to stow fit up lasagna bites or something. They're making some fucking extra type of food. I don't know if people look it up more recipes who lasagna food truck. It's going to be about fifty minutes. The jeff davis garfield. He said about this whole new ordeal. I've always tried to make people laugh with humor that is classic and appealing to both kids and adults. I'm delighted that garfield is going to be placed in the capable hands of the folks in nickelodeon. They know how to entertain entertaining will be great. Stewart's the franchise also excited to continue to do the right thing that gets me out of bed. Every morning. The comic strip he <hes> <hes> mr davis then left the interview flying away on a gigantic burlap sack with dollar signs printed on it that rockets on the sides. The conjecture sent us a link for a a food truck for lasagna so they sell it to the menu. There's one item lasagna. Almost angels called la la how was on you. It's kind of a sick name pretty cool. I doubt larry's though u._s._a. That's good lasagna's good. I'm not shooting on lasagna. I just don't think that i don't think there's i don't think garfield is going to be popular. Garfield is now what people want or need right now. This is what the lasagna cart cells ready original lasagna vegetarian lasagna vegan lasagna nya eggplant lasagna pesto lasagna zucchini and shrimp lasagna cannoli anaconda creme brulee recalled moose salad with mozzarell- salad salad with italian tuna salad and finally asparagus and ham lasagna. I don't trust food truck that can make more than three items straight up. I don't know why you would you. You gotta keep it. Simple your food trucks. I'm more into your food truck. If i know you make just one thing what you make it well big lasagna small maula sonya and like pepsi of the three that they have food truck. I would trust is lasagna baby. The thing that you would need food truck to leased to make dessert shit. I would say like you wanna souffle souffle truck would go out of business so quick but just thinking because the whole thing about lasagna as you make a giant fan of it once and you cut it up and serve right <hes> just make that off site somewhere and then to push cart. You still have to make done the food truck. Oh you're saying okay well. I mean that's the same thing with ice cream now they make off site and then just around the truck but ice ice ice cream ice cream is so much more appropriate to any setting yesterday. Chuck could be a funeral and you hear the ice cream man or an ice cream truck. You're like hell yeah yeah. Lasagna rose up. It'd be kind of offensive. What song do they play. Lasagna's tre tre comes up pitbull song from godley. Is there weirdo. Song about lasagna like my was anya and actually like that one actually like the pit bull song on from godley to it wasn't bad. It was bad but that's what made a good if you're if you're in l._a. Go find the lasagna truck and tweet us a picture. That's all i'm saying. I'm not against this lasagna truck. I i fully support it but i'm just i'm very interested what's happening in the lasagna truck like like inside the inner workings of the truck itself like or they can they consistently making lasagna is a set amount of they have i'm assuming ed baxter have regular and then like one batch of the specialty shit is doesn't lasagna. Take a long time to make like probably over an hour suing shortcuts at shit but let's get let's get him on the pod was neutral. Come on the pod offenders. Let us know again if you're on l._a. Go get a <hes> got. Some lasagna tweets a picture <hes> say garfield comeback t._v. getting a movie next year apparently though i don't know if that's still true but there is going to be a movie there will be garfield. Movie will go and john uncle cost play. <hes> this episode of light camera bar still is also brought to you by peter millar. 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You can throw them up on the on the shower rod in blast the heat in the bathroom close close the door and trying to steam it out but doesn't work people worked. It doesn't work it doesn't it flat out does not work unless if you have a method that works like that posted on the read at it but i i've i've seen it the mental floss and doesn't work. I've done it networks. What <hes> no. I just put it on the iraq on the back the my shower door put it on their shower. Maybe ten minutes doesn't let the whole process workout then you shake it loose and then workers gone and then you get the get the ironing board then they get the earning word for it moisture wyking. <hes> summer can have some hot rounds or saw defense. You're outside. I'm it'll help you stay dry. Stay cool waiting for that lasagna for fifty minutes in baking l._a. Son yeah you're making outdoor lasagna. You want that moisture wyking material from peter millar dot com slash lights now the guy peeking into the lasagna cart he come after thirty minutes got one of those on your a half an hour. Yeah we know we know there's still cooking. There's this four layers here and i attended at the olive garden course into poli and there should be five. I worked at buca. Di beppo in times square search. Please lease trust me cook each layer individually because the oven and this truck so small they all fresh right there rahman lasagna sushi was on you. It's late already. Oh i'd actually fuck with the fellas. Tearma sewell's on on you folks folks layered thorson. Have you tried the lasagna pizzas. You've seen r._e._m. Pizzas the sushi pizzas no uh amount on the sushi pizza concept of tro baby here we go latrobe breaking news the baby will will she speak he said data borough. Where do you stand on lasagna all delicious donya lasagna okay. This is bad radio. No she speak and it seems as though the buzzword was lasagna. Oh man was on you got her to speak. Troby finally speaks coding shaking in his boots right now. I can't baby worse donald lasagna all right. Hey thanks to peter millar moving on <hes>. This movie looks like a complete pilot shit. <hes> the jack in the box sterler came out for this movie we <hes> ken jackson girthy and a buzzer beater trailer on friday. This looks horrible. <hes> vintage jack in the the boxes unearthed and opened the owner soon have to real three or soon have reason to believe the creepy clown within has a life of its own so in a trailer you see you have to watch this trailer. You have to you see like the regular jack in the box toy but nec like a regular size man. Come out of a large box dressed. Does the jack in the boxers like killing people that say it's just it looks terrible sponsored by american cheese tacos everywhere currently there is a two thousand nine movie named jack in the box as well. I wanna about six people play a deadly game of musical chairs to inter. They don't even play the jack in the box. Whoever's left standing brutally killed until only one player is left that has what does that do jack in the box. That's just that's a musical chairs horror movie movie not with that. That's i don't know what i mean. I think that thought process us for this was <hes> okay. You know movies. They're hot specifically clowns. Missile lettuce do a clown but then it will also tie it back to something people. I know which how how do people know so much about jack in the boxes despite them just not being around i have been in the kid's toy section a lot. What and i haven't seen to jack in the box. Maybe i haven't been looking hard enough cooler toys and the jack in the box. Can you guys hear about those boxes that that people are buying like they're supposed to contain demons or something <hes> no fox faulk. They're calling diamond boxes boxes or something <hes> box on boxes containing currently like people are currently by it yeah yeah yeah oh big box. I'm gonna send you guys the article. It's supposed to be a winebox. That's haunted by dick. Pic is a restless usually militias spirit. That haunts wants everyone. That's living home on sending the group together context but i've heard about people buying these things like they buy them online off ebay and like you basically just try and like so ghost and like people obviously could spread fake stores internet knowledge roche. It is it. Is it like a haunted box of francia. They might be no. It's just our haunted winebox one box. That's kind of what this trailer is. They say it's a haunted demon box but it's a man in jack in the box cost play killing people i mean i i i can't even do you have to look this trailer the jack in the box. It looks hilarious looking sticking with horror movies. The writers of a quiet quiet place have a new horror movie coming out called haunt on halloween group of friends encounter and extreme haunted house that promises to feed on their darkest fears. The night turns deadly as they come to the horrifying realization that some nightmares are real. This folks is what we call torture porn <hes> it is a big time torture port though just what appalls down has a lot of a lot of soft feel to it. People getting killed with weird shit in disturbing ways. Cannot what's sam pump for this i think i think the writers were quiet. Place are missing john krasinski. Emily blunt with this one yeah. What was that movie. That was the the dinner party where people started getting killed hide and seek now's in our party. They were like out in like a lighthouse. She's like the invitation invitation to dinner party. I'm just thinking of the scene from <hes> <hes> what we do in shadows that was obviously the natural horror movie. We'll have that hide and seek movie coming out which is similar by. I i guess we're talking about something else. Is it's called the invitation the tation while attending a dinner party this former house a man starts to believe that his ex wife in new husband husband had sinister plans for their guests and i think they did. I think it was like a colt or something like that. Okay yeah that was that was a that was torture. Porn logan are screen from <hes> upgrade was in it yeah. I don't know all the all these movies they just they don't they blend in together for you guys guys. How do you even differentiate. They're not even created to differentiate with horror movies. It's usually especially for like the last leg got around tennis years. There's like at least three hundred movies where it's like called the something and it's just like a very sixty out of one hundred level horror movie in just in one ear out the other just waiting leaving for the next one to replace it. I mean i get what they're going for here like i can't think of really any haunted house horror movies right like it is kind of amityville yeah yeah i in terms of reasons i guess i don't know i mean the concept. I don't hate you again. It's one of those where you you you can tell what it is from the trailer produced by you iraq by the way now you could just tell what it is the trailer very i it seems very shallow just again torture porn killings in screams and blood <hes> <hes> people love that so what does that i am i just i don't know if the people are going to see the movie and it's it's making back its budget and then some like why not make it i understand all the reasoning behind these what have we did what we just made a heel turn and became a horror gore porn podcast. That's all we ever viewed a bit. You know i liked an inconvenient truth. I watch super size me so many times food inc one of my favorites. I mean actually funny enough. I was about to tell you that. This movie comes out. The same weekend is super size me to holy chicken. Which one's scarier you. You told me that i don't think we've talked about holy chicken enough. I know we touched on it but now it's marinated. It's good that that's a that's a stupid dame for movie marinate it. I like that that was a good play on words there and a half right idea look so so apparently in the pan of all right so so i went on a big ran about that movie. I fucked that fuck him. Fuck that movie. That guy stinks but i thought it was a play on holy shit against it's the plan holy cow so he saying holy make sense what tom i get it but it doesn't you know like how plan words the the goodwin will kind of just penny like a needle like this. One doesn't even do that this. This is like one of those farts that just kinda silently look i just i think he's look. He hasn't been in the media i for awhile. He's just so you know scrambling for an idea to get them back in the media. I think he's just really weighing in in it. I think that if he fucks with the fried chicken industry he's gonna have some coming up. Someone's going to beat him up. Beat the shit out of him. There with the super size fries fried fried chicken industry. The abreast gay scenario form was going to say it's foul play. This is a bit. We like to call twenty thirteen twitter review in two thousand thirteen right. We're exploring it as we speak and what does this come out. Soup comes out with the goldfinch down abby hustlers precise me to on on september thirteenth. Well you know what we'll see. We'll see how it goes. We'll see maybe it's poultry in motion. We'll we'll find out how alabama he doesn't want to <hes> go overboard with the colonel slander. The poor colonel is really going to take a hit on this one. I'm sure all americans are just gonna stop by chicken how he's gonna. He's gonna fuck industry up honestly every time we talk about this movie. All i wanna do is like order a chicken sandwich. The chicken industry hits hard like like a boxer in their prime like tyson. Ooh that was actually that was you took a second. Get there but that was good. <hes> pretty good mortgage spurlock he lives in. Hell's kitchen folks folks who are right by me. Spring probably come over and beat the shit out of me. I'll stand up to him. Though more hits borough are very anti morgan spurlock ruffin breath in ratty muscles had been weakened by mcdonald's <hes> last last piece of movie news and we're going to be reviewing the movie <hes> this. This is like a little more serious but i we kind of have to touch it. I don't know too much san dan. I think it's gonna i think their sides that i get but i think the overall idea of cancelling it. It's kind of a bad precedent. <hes> but universal missile pictures is cancelling the hunt at least for now but they are canceling the release of the hunt they did dial the marketing back after the tragedies in dayton and el paso which i think makes complete sense and i know that <hes> their statement was while universal pictures had already paused their marketing campaign for the hunt after thoughtful consideration iteration students decided to cancel our plans to release the film we stand by our filmmakers will continue to distribute films in partnerships with both visionary creators like those associated with this satirical local social thriller but we understand that now is not the right time to release the film <hes> again i get sides of it <hes> but there was backlash there was backlash action in two fronts ones because of the times with the country gun control things going on but there's another side of it that just have to do with the social thing and the concept of the rich hunting people and the people funding back <hes> and again. It's satirical social <hes> social thriller. It's it's an interesting situation. I didn't think they were gonna cancel it i i. I really hadn't thought when they initially said they're gonna keep going. They were just gonna power through no marketing and then drop in september. It sounds like at least for now. This is completely off the books. I think it's almost was like they took themselves too seriously as if it has some sort of impact on anything like this movie in my opinion but i understand them trying to be like you know tiptoeing the social i waters. They're not wanting to upset people like get that side of it but at the same time it's like. I don't think you're movie has is going to have never won any cultural impact whatsoever but number two any cultural impact impact on whatever the debate going on today yeah i get. I understand parts of this is it's just it's it's. This is a precedent that is i think definitely worth keeping an eye on because there are movies that are edgy along the front in terms of and i don't mean edging like a woke up just like it's an ed's. Your idea is an edgier talked about this and it's not even that i'm i i said from the gecko wasn't overly excited smoothly but for now this again off-the-books in will not be released september. This sounds like a streaming service move at this point. It sounds like one that's completely made with steph released and we'll be out on netflix similar to the interview. Well true there. <hes> i remember this happening with a couple other. Things like i know you guys. Remember the movie phone booth yeah yes that was around the d._c. Sniper yanked it and then there was that <hes> i'm just an awful. I mean that that <hes>. I think it was in roanoke. We're with the newscaster right right. Yes that happened there but i think in mister robot. I don't watch it. There was a plot point that was very similar and they i think they had to push that. Show back. Ah still aired they just delayed it a bit again along those lines like it does make sense in the marketing thing complete sense like i fully on board with them there there but there are multiple different types of protests on this <hes>. I think some side like it's an interesting the precedent that's set for that <hes> but that's the culture we live but this movie will not be reviewing it talking about it because we'll be coming out the hot. They cancelled it. We had a lot of replies on this too. We we tweeted out you can go and you can see people's takes plenty of takes from from all of the mostly people. Just kinda irritated that they did it <hes> <hes> so you don't have to go too much into it. We're not trying to get to political here but worth noting since we cover movie news. The hunt cancelled for now again. I think it's gonna to be honest. 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The comedian plays himself in the thing about my folks and place himself louis top five yes. This is the only movie he plays a roy fictional role and it happens to be a movie where he plays a b. That's right <hes> one of the most memed movies of all time which is insanity <hes> be movie came out in the year two thousand seven at a budget one hundred fifty million in dollars a box office of two hundred eighty seven million dollars. It starts jerry seinfeld as berry b benson. <hes> barry levinson is martin. B benson is father. <hes> it also stars replaces ma kathy bates as janet benson his mother renee zellweger plays the human character vanessa ece bloom matthew broderick places be friend adam flaming a bunch of other people in this john goodman plays a a lawyer late in not montgomery patrick byrne. Isn't this movie he gets cooked by abi. We'll get to that a second <hes> a lot of cameos oprah. Tom ray liotta rip torn plays a <hes> kind of like a military officer of sorts kind of pointed characteristic piece to rip torn chris rock is in the movie the as a mosquito truly one of the most bizarre movies ever released <hes> i and so begins i fucking hate this this movie what is flat out no. Why are you surprised by this. What's the surprise here because i i think it's a fun charming movie how it's breezy ninety one minutes in the quips clever. That's not serious clever. No be larry king. Get the fuck you you're. You're not being serious zero. I give this movie seventy such that's better stating pain. That is insane i like b._b._c. I always have this. This is not a bit stunned. Defend yourself. I'm stunned. I just did give us like your breakdown of b-movie while you liked it because i think it's fucking self-aware dumbest shit. I think seinfeld noses dumbest shit the entire concepts dummy. Please is be in the bees can communicate to humans and the bees superhumans will everything can communicate with humans apparently in the world. It's just dumb and i think i think part of that is like i just i. I like his. I like his quips. I think there's some clever things in there. I i like the fact that matthew broderick roderick is basically playing. The character cameron from fares buehler's day off <hes> i. I don't think it's a bad movie. It's far as animated movies go. This is once wants fairly enjoyable. See i disagree and i'll tell you why it's because i think there's a lot of movies. Maybe like the animation zone of the things we're like they can appeal to both adults and kids by giving a little nudge each side and i give and take this movie had no idea who is supposed to appeal to who is this movie made for for. I can't figure it out. I can't figure out kids because they do a lot of jokes and gags for kids again figured out adult because there's gold gags for adults but it just stuck in this weird in between tone words not for either group and it doesn't it's not it's just not thraw funny. I think i laughed like assault three times and i'll give it that much. This is why i'm personally giving it a fifty five all right so fifty five from trail <hes> ken jak seventy from trill. I can accept job. You think this you think this is it's meta in in a sense that he knew he was doing. I just think what i feel like is seinfeld. Never did a movie and you'd have to imagine that people were trying to get him to do movies throwing a bunch of money at him and he from from the laura i read had is he. He had this joke with steve with the steven. Spielberg will come steve personal. Good friend of mine goes to steve and he's like i should make a movie about a b and and <hes> stevens like shirley like go for it because he knew that anything jerry seinfeld would be an would people would go see so jerry seinfeld just made the stupid movie and it's it's. It's very charming. It's very charming stupid movie. I don't think it's very charming at all. I think it's off putting it points. It's creepy and just like like weird. Just a weird movie and i don't think the quips are is like like i said there's like three points where i laughed like now like a out per outburst type laughter like i laugh to myself quiet look good on what about like the class of nine fifteen. That was pretty funny because these quit. It's just a joke. That's nothing witty about it. That is this funny as a short. Life span three jobs out how that but see so here's my first first off. I fucking love seinfeld. I love jerry seinfeld seinfeld to my favorite shows you grow to now. If that's some sort of crazy like you like seinfeld like yeah i love seinfeld curb curb all that this is so over this beat you over the fucking head with the most obvious nonsense then nine fifteen thing is in bad however however right before that came a thirty second exchange about oh yeah the high school does the craziest days of my life yeah what about college all the craziest three days so what about yesterday i took that one day off hike around the hides that by the way i have a problem with that because then pauses also his friend took a year off but they didn't mention that because they were still graduating in the same grade never never addressed again. That's my thing. It's like yeah like the nine hundred thousand thing i get but everything is so in your face handle. My god awed just how many times they mentioned that they can't be attracted to your cousin because they're all cousins r._i. Like like we jerry jerry jerry. The cutting room floor jokes from seinfeld is a lot of dad jokes in it. Yes like it. It's dumbest. Let me shit. You said you already always liked it. Which implies you before. You were just always had this edge of like i think i i don't think it's the worst thing ever made and i don't think it's bad. I don't think he's as bad as you're saying it is. It's animation look like shit by the way just gonna hundred fifty million dollar movie. It looked like dog shit except the animation. The animation was awful winks. Patrick ward burton's character tripped into the tub. I think there's it's like three frames total. Maybe except for ray liotta instinct. They look great. They put all their budget for animation into those two characters. How much money you you think really auto paid the production to say that he's handsome. News handsome got those is always look like he's wearing eyeliner is. It looks like he's off a twenty bender. That's a look pulls it off. I love it love chant the i gave this movie thirty five out of one hundred i that's actually right around where i scored at initially saw. I've only ever seen this one's going into seeing it again this weekend. Audience gave it a fifty one out of one hundred <hes> shot up to the one person who spam voted one hundred seventy two times oppressive nature reserve airspan voting the same span vote from jerry dot seinfeld at hotmail dot com. I don't know the the the be supporters. The b-movie supports come out there. There is so much nonsense in this movie nonsense aunts and like i hate doing that because it's a movie about talking bs and i get you have to you do have to obviously throw out all reality like okay. It's a talking he be moved but there's there's a line to or you're just like okay. This is fucking stupid and i guess if you see this meta or self aware that i think it's a different story so i don't i don't blame i'm more surprised you the like it like. If you like it that's fine. I just i'm surprised you like this. Just seems like the kind of thing that you you really wouldn't like. I'm just just little surprise. Surprise the premise of the movie by the way quickly. If you've never seen b-movie denier and a half you can get through pretty fast though it's drags a little bit shit shit what ten books were released about this movie. I wish i was lying to ten from books made about this movie and the the whole mean pickup of the entire b movie. <hes> movie is because this movie's dumb shit like like and and so what i'm saying is are these serious books or is this like an examination of politics in the b. world this determination versus like whatever whatever the opposite of that would be my brain's not a nature versus nurture how they'd be benson exemplifies defies the traits they so it starts off berry b benson <hes> jerry seinfeld the b. is getting a job he graduate school. He's been alive for what like a ten days. Wait sounds like jerry seinfeld <hes> so he gets a job he has to get a job but he doesn't like to get the same job the rest of your life you want to explore outside the beehive so he he goes any he does like a ride on basically with these things called pollen jocks who the bee's that go and you know they collect the collect the nectar gone ain't shit and they pollinate stuff <hes> <hes> with guns then they come back but in while they're out jerry seinfeld be barry b benson gets caught in the rain in ends up in the apartment of vernay zellweger's character and patrick warburton and he falls in love with her. That's right be falls love with a human and he talks and they can talk like all animals can talk is what you get from this movie louis and then he goes back <hes> back and forth between the high and hanging out with her and fall in love and then he realizes that humans are profiting off honey and they use honey in no in a way more than just food in its shampoos and tea and all that <hes> and so he this movie then turns into like some sort of courtroom drama and he he sues the human race. That's right buried deep bench ensues the human race <hes> in oprah plays the judge and oprah declares the the bees win. The lawsuit and <hes> humans are not allowed to have audio anymore or and the bees don't have to work and then if the pollinate things in all the trees and flowers die and the and the <hes> the female that berry benson's in love with the florist. Her job is running out. She has nothing to do and she's gonna make one last trek to the tournament of roses parade in pasadena he travels with her because he's got the he realizes is that they that bees to work and share things pollinate flowers and so he tries to take those flowers in his plan and in the middle of the flight to pasadena. There's technical difficult for the plane and he goes into the cockpit and barry b benson scares. He scares the fucking now. The pilots famous be ever knows the be super human rights. I let's get scared and then berry and this forest helped control a plane until millions of bees go underneath the plane fly the plane to safety laguardia and then the remaining flowers they used opponent out into the world and <hes> bring flowers back. We'll get to the beef plane parts second <hes> but that's that's the story. I tried to explain it as quick as i could. I can someone up even even easier by saying horny b-movie f._b._i. Was hornets. L. just wants to human. I just i feel bad for the patch <hes> warburton character because he's the only sane person that's entire universe is like why are people talking like this is crazy just going absolutely ballistic to the fact that the bees like fucking his wife and like i empathize with him. I feel form <unk>. Chill bixby sit in a chair in the corner. It's his girlfriend to yeah. Eh just so like the characterization of very benson isn't as bad why wasn't it wasn't as well wasn't focused gopher and i don't know why is greg or beasts talking to miss universe. They say something about sitting in a chair in the corner talked my house. It's not in the sweetie. Oh my god this. This movie is movie. Just frustrated me so much because it's just i'm just so bothered by how in your face the stupid like they'll radioed apart when when he's he's cross examining ray liotta stand the courtroom and he's like oh he is not a good fella. He's a bad fellow because ray liotta heaven okay. The re really oughta part was pretty funny. I'll be honest when he's in the grocery store. Berry benson discovers that humans men's use honey and you see the ray liotta honey. I laugh. I thought that was funny about that was good but then him saying he's not a good fellow. He's a bad fella. It is so bad that's fucking. That's irony posting bro. Stop making smarter than it is. It's is not irony posting. It's the bad job. It's not a bad job. It's clever. That's my dad would laugh at okay. Here's my here's some of them. Get it from say. Jerry seinfeld the worst yelling actor i've ever heard so. Does this movie his his yelling is horrendous horrendous trail let you can. I have a lot more. Let you continue trying to pull my notes aware where <hes> where he he was still. We're berries like how about a suicide pact. Vanessa says says how do we do it and berry says sting you you step on the and then. She says that just kills you. Toys obviously doesn't kill the because the other does it later later and he's fine the he gets. He gets a stinger replace. The cocktail soared he didn't die is the point. Do you also notice it. Apparently b.'s blood honey scientifically true very very scientific fact. These honey just does everything that it just it. It seems a lot of unused. Dad's seinfeld jokes. I'm there's a sword fight between berry stinger and a guy with a thumb tack. That part sucked looked to be honest. I get for that was actually one of the points when i left when like you sneak in through the vent and the guy just drops all this shit goes i know he's in here like that borrows kinda funny and then they go into a sword fighting all right never mind this sucks. It's bad petro's a bad movie. There's nothing wrong with that. What else you got other knows. If you like do you gotta you gotta. Share your other notes on why why why do i have to buy held to the standard. Let me let me talk about some of the stupid shit john goodman character ridiculous just this big grotesque idiot and at one point gets stung by a beanie shows up to the next day in the courtroom and he's an babywalker that does you after that that's funny. I mean it's just stupid. Oldsmar florida strong his hunt and be by the way he's just frank underwood. That's the character was what was it when he was trying to imply like he's definitely is deeply. Bird dog yes her little bourboule. <hes> <unk> bedbug like <hes> mayer rudolph's bob <unk>. I she's funny. That bar was good. I agree sorry. I laughed and they shoot poo poo yeah that and when they attacked the grandma on the street beat the shit on some grandmother also so i like. I like to start talking about cinnabon. I like stuff like that. I feel like that's like a lot of argument is just like me. Randomly humor is random mijas ramle only saying like dude cinnabun fuck missile famous quote from you on this podcast today <hes> it's dumb inconsequential like quips of of like he's a b and he <hes> he's smarter smarter than everywhere else and he's just he just saying stuff. You normally expect to be to say i love it. It's dumb humor sherbet. I just don't think this good dumb humor. It just no it's. It's not good for for for of movie. That's so stupid. It all fits in well. It's a movie about a b. It's called the b. movie. The opening shot is of him going through his close with an an eighties gag bit about wearing the same things of black and yellow buccaneer. I'll perfect apparently ralph ralph lauren but everything is again. It's also like a lot of the jokes are david and it's out of touch. I mean he makes an enron. Joke took off in one hundred burton funny topical topic. It was like five years late eight six six years after the the exact call because we i i asked him we're gonna pull their favorite quotes but the mental image of imagining like an alternate universe where where enron was actually like their fields where they're just drilling for honey and they're extracting honey from the ground and they're called on ron. Let's see it's funny to me. I just think i'm not smart enough to get this movie at this point. No it's not that you're not smart enough. There's no getting it. I just think that a new for a ninety minute movie you could have done a lot worse. It was breezy. It never had like an overly and never took itself too serious or you spend one hundred and fifty million dollars on a movie if you're not taking it seriously i'm going to say i will not respect that argument didn't spend his personal one hundred and fifty million dollars on it. I don't think that a production company would sign up for something that was that the the writer and slash star wasn't taking seriously ari seinfeld okay so he's definitely taking you seriously because he throws a prisoner dreamworks would have been fired if the didn't recoup its money but it did head is is is it just not funny to you as a general concept that that one of the greatest living comedians currently alive in the nineties in the twentieth twenty-first century <hes> had a grand idea for a movie and had a scripted went in and was basically. It's it's about a. b. No it's just ridiculous. Well that has nothing to do with the quality of the overall movie still i i mean okay the idea that he made this fucking hilarious but not in a way that it credits the writing or how good me like that's the thing this is just like a kid's b-movie i would. I would step aside like okay. You know what they're puns. They're they're. They're light quips five. It's not though like we said in the beginning. I this movie was made for nobody. There's the demographic. It seems to just be you marketing research. This guy is like <hes> we got. This guy in indiana late changes the slide and it's just a picture of me holding a puppy motherfuckers going to love this shit. There are some things and i i guess it would have been fair for me to bring up the again. The ray liotta thing made me laugh but be larry king beat larry king the brand. Oh you're doing ironically lazy and stupid. I don't know they could be doing doing. I don't know how i know. They're not you know they're not because here's another one of my favorite lines okay. This is where he's on larry king and he says tonight. We're talking to berry benson. Did you ever think i'm just a kid from the hive. I can't do this very he's never been afraid to change the world. I mean what about be columbus. Thomas b gandhi could jesus. Oh are i'm from. You wouldn't think of suing humans. We were thinking more like stickball candy stores. There's no joke oke jesus like the word you get it. You get it now last throwaway <hes> what about religion in this movie. I don't remember that there's be ish okay. Oh yeah but that's but i feel like that shouldn't exist in the same world as jewish and jerry seinfeld's character. It makes a lot of references to judaism movie would be larry king yeah. I'm b larry king. His mom also said so. I'm just saying like in the universe is i. I mean just the hive like what other religions are in the beehive. Oh like is there catholic. B.'s shit like that athletic in baffling. I'm self in the writer's room of the b movie. Okay bee's kalian yeah. I don't know it's hard defending this. Some people on a red ball read some reviews. Some people were like oh. It's not terrible <unk>. We've been a couple of other say this complete trash i just. I don't think this is dumb for the sake of being dumb you doing a. b. Larry king twitter twitter handle or a putting it in your twitter name is funny because it's dumb and we know you're being dome this. I actually think they thought it was funny and the worst line in this movie the worst line is right here the stirrup no one's listening to me the sticks i have for you. I could say anything. I'm not right now. I'm gonna get an aunt tattoo fresh honey. Here's my conny. Shave my antenna up with grasshopper. Get a goal to it's done call well everybody dogs and then he does like the he'd pounds his chest and does the sun say damn. That's worse line in this movie. Yeah that that that's not that's not great but that right there showing me. There's nothing that that defeats all possibility of this being being like you're trying to trap me trying to get me to be movies that you probably magara nellie probably matic. How hard dour did you laugh when he flew to graduation and said quite a bit of pump under the circumstance. Oh my god that one is again. I like it did no. You didn't you fucking liar. You did not like that lines. It's what i imagine getting. If this scenario where like i was in a car in jerry seinfeld hopped into my car and he was like wanna go get some coffee. He'd say those kind of things i don't think so now. I think he's very funny i <unk>. I think these are just not funny. Jokes jerry seinfeld which fuck. I don't know maybe he was. Maybe he was like knowing. Jerry seinfeld the guy who turned down to be zillionaire only an air to keep seinfeld on the air. Maybe he was like i'm gonna make the biggest piece of shit movie of all time so you know i'll give i'll give credit that much. There's a possibility there's a possibility he made a bad movie on purpose which you know what i don't think he did though i did that i don't think he did. I really am trying to defend it. I'm looking at how much monday jerry seinfeld made for b movie. I'm curious how i did too. I couldn't find it if you please share so. Here's the weird part is in the i._m._d._b. Trivia says paul rudd was considered for the role is buried benson but he would seinfeld eroded. I know that's what i'm i'm did. He write it and then in now. Thank you is going to be that that sold the movie that that's what may be a b. Movie marketable yeah. That's a good point. I don't think beginning would have went to go see like in two thousand seven the poll road b-movie because i don't know i don't know what the gap was like. Seinfeld ended in ninety eight eight or ninety nine and i don't know i don't remember what seinfeld did like in between that time and making b-movie but i feel like at the time people probably pretty curious to see what old jerry fo is up to. That was the selling point for this entire movie. It wants says we've been up to for the last five years b movie. It's a movie. I'm a beef life. The idea jerry you sound like bob hope or something <hes> oh my god amon be moving now. They made a john john travolta when the the airplane scene that was funny the john travolta thighs planes. How hard could it be the last ferry. That's a good jerry. I must've been so pumped right airplane. Humor jokes is the deal with sky mall. I mean that's essentially like that. Essentially made that joke. There's a guy who the pilots to pay gets ripped off the plane. What do you call it <hes>. I'm trying to remember line from from that plane. Seem deputies seems so ridiculous. There's there's his parents. Horny be friend who talked dating a cricket in san antonio. Yeah ah shut up with a cricket. There's by the way the the exact moment. This movie get torn twenty six twenty eight. Mark <unk> starts getting horny for the lady yeah yeah when he starts smiling at her and he realizes he's falling in love with the female woman the human my god do you like the tanna cellphones true how they use their antenna for cellphones and they have ringtones beasts had cell phones is definitely how they do it. Okay don good d'oro place rain-swollen great. Here's another one just just i._m._d._b. Tribute of bees in the real world have a very different biology than bees in this movie. Wow real world male male bees don't contribute at all to the honey making process which is done entirely by females bail bees drones also male mosquitoes mosquitoes do not drink blood. Only female mosquitoes do as a protein source for their eggs. I like how the chris rock. Mosquito character was just along gag for him to say that he's a blood sucking parasite. Aw only is there. That's the other one. That's the other joke when he's like. Oh you're a euro lawyers like ma'am. I was already a blood sucking parasite. I just needed a briefcase. Jerry sipho walks. The fucking projector smacks you over the face of that one. My my dad ad would crack up at that. I watch that was that was one of the worst things is one of the worst things i've ever been appointment. I i liked patrick warburton yelling pool water that was funny. Allow poo poo water just yelling at though by the way he yells that while berry benson is surfing on a on a emory emory board yeah. That's the nail filer yeah. Those are called emery boards <hes>. It's a it's a type of nail filer. I don't know it's it's kind of sick. <hes> how about the end of the end millions of bees fly under a plane and the bees are able to use their strength to lift a a an airbus just a big boeing seven thirty-seven <hes> and lifted as if it's the weight of toothpick <hes> a date you you ask the date september gnomes getting they they they listed and they're trying to land the plane at laguardia airport for new york and the bees were not helping with the plane are forming on the ground together to to form looks like a flower like they're trying to get an x marks a spot and they're chanting thinking be thinking be which is <hes>. I'll put that top three worth millions of the movie just so stupid <hes> and they're flying the plane like oh flood land on the on the flour and it's a fat guy in hawaiian shirt and it's just jerry seinfeld oh good no it's a fact garner hawaiian shirt the i think the flower part was that lending seen that whole part was bad but also the fact that it was for the gag gov like them cutting to the after that's all over like everyone in the plane just being like impatient wanted to leave like not being al traumatized by the plane doing all that shit that was like the whole long long gag and it just wasn't funny god is we frustrates me so much. What is this for. Who is this four. What is this movie. What is it i. I don't know and you don't know either. No one knows i don't i can't really explain wind like wildlife did but it's it's. It's just stupid. It's it's fun. It doesn't take itself too seriously. It's it's the perfect summer ization of <hes> of pre recession <hes> pop culture jesse of that site that tells you what the name of movie is in different countries. Oh yeah. I tried to look up. Berry benson costs planes just not it's not returning much <hes> french canadian movies called funny be looks like they're mostly just called b-movie and other countries but funny be in french canadian. Let's pretty good. The polish translation elation converts to a film about bees of film about bees much to do about nothing a very scientific beef film and i saw some reviews the people who liked it and they're like oh tells you a lot about bees. No it doesn't it doesn't trill already put the fast facts. Down didn't even get the b stuff right there in the else just fake this movie is you can qualify it as a brain breaker. This movie broke my brain because again it goes back to the beginning of this discussion. I don't know who or what this was made for. Jerry seinfeld doesn't want to do a sequel. I mean make sense right nailed that the first time you know why <music> is done. You don't wanna screw it up. I like the newspaper headline that talked about the frisbee hitting in vietnam. The movie's called yellow be adventure. You'll be adventure kind of like that. A couple of different ones yeah <hes> oh man. I don't know anything else. Do you have a favorite quote anything from a movie. You wanna that stuck out for you. Quote wise was there align that i'm splice him some lines and is there anyone to splice in here then calling ray liotta handsome was funny to me an ironic way. <hes> <hes> be larry king was funny. <hes> the white man's joke kind of like that one could get a little visual gag other than that not much to it. This movie was originally going to be called roach motel. Jerry seinfeld is so terrified of roaches the script it was changed to feature b.'s. You know i'm getting conflicting story of these. I am i am as the how this movie got made because what was sold to me. I remember the marketing because i remember them doing the johnson of ferdinand thing where before trailers and advertisements it jerry seinfeld with like introduce it or whatever i thought this was the jerry seinfeld's passion project but it seems like the movie was originally about roaches which he hates so i like how involved in the writing process was he's. I he's up top for writing the film and then now that we know that david spade was also considered for barry b benson and alongside paul rudd <hes>. I'm not sure what to believe about it. I'm still shocked you like this. I still think you might be yanked chain here. It'd be great bit. There's there's just this this innocence to it this the stupid <hes> like the definitely gonna see this in it doesn't have to it'd be outstanding type of <hes> filmmaking that they got away with. It hit a good point for animation right because like people well. I don't know how many other animated movies come out in two thousand. Maybe that was part of it too disturbing animation renaissance. I now this also before. Dreamworks movies started getting good right like what what's the kung-fu panda. Was that like two thousand nine something like that might have been the same year even write a two. He actually came out in two thousand seven so maybe i'm wrong. They're ready to significantly better than be moving movie about a despised creature before this dreamer dreamer said shark tale battle for terek him they had shrek lake which obviously is really good so shrek fantastic a hypothesis so is shrek the prince of egypt in the road to el dorado <hes> chicken run shrek spirit the horse movie sinbad shrek trek to then then. I think you start getting into more <hes> c._g._i. Heavy ones outside shrek with the shark tale which sucked madagascar which <hes> <hes> you know. I think people like the penguins more so they kind of went off and did their own thing. <hes> over the hedge was over the hedge. Oh that was another one that they had <hes> <hes> bruce willis senate. Didn't it way over the hedge was the key was cow right. There was like there was like a raccoon and a turtle. I think it was a show for that. Too may run over the hedge movie. What is the sense over. I gotta confirm on that. No definitely not a cow yeah it was there was a video game for it. <hes> over the edge came out in two thousand six. It was a <hes> like a raccoon and a bruce willis plays steve carell corral plays a squirrel wanda sykes as a skunk so i don't feel i i feel like this is from shrek was like the first dreamworks movie yeah i saw that was like okay. These aren't just like straight up. Be team pixar films because then they released kung fu panda two thousand and eight and i'm a i'm a huge stand dan for kung fu panda <hes> monsters vs aliens which i thought was okay it had <hes> had seth rogan right yeah monster resilience us is bob the blob mega mind <hes> had you guys see the fruits not guide in like it very much in love the crudes the <hes> the weirdest part of the crew was the dem using fleetwood mac's tusk throughout the movie which i think they only did because the tidal title test relating back to like mammoths sabertooth cats <hes> but i doubt that was a stretch worth noting that barry b benson kills the dreamworks kidding beginning of the movie opening in the movie he knocks dreamworks kid right off the fucking moon kid dots yeah you don't get that in pixar films by fallen off the lamp. There's your there's your your your meta commentary made and some students ants was dreamworks. That was the first dreamworks movie <hes> as the first one started off. I got i got nothing else in this thing yet ago the book on on movie. Let let me let me summarize my feelings through this i couldn't i don't i couldn't properly defend it because because it's hard to defend i. This is a bad movie. Okay like i know it. I know it's not a good movie. Are you changing your score. No i'm not but i like. I like it for what it is. It's dumb. It's dumb humor. It's got dad. Jokes is one liners the entire the entire plot is based around like what if what if something was a b. i could end on all the gags basically will be larry king. What if larry king was a beep but i i love that shit ghandian be. Whatever is there like osama bin. Laden be everything i guess so it didn't explain that in a little like some of the pons be works into the word and then summer just be larry king yeah. I liked that stupid. You knew aw i get why you do again. I get it because it that is a trill ball brand but it's funny when you i i think they were being serious with it in the back and forth interesting larry king and jerry seinfeld. There's an interviewer. Jerry gets very fed up larry king really. I don't blame dude yeah very very fed up with larry king. It's kinda funny. Actually i'll i'll. I'll just place it in here people in here. It lasted how long nine hundred ninety episodes you gave it up right. I did cancel you. You cancelled missile bam. You're not aware of this new. I'm asking cancel the virtue jerry. I thought that was pretty. Well documented humana. Most shows go down a little. Most people do also but yeah no. I went off the i. I was the number one show on television larry. You who i am jewish guy brooklyn seventy five million viewers last episode warn bad well. Let's the big difference between being cancelled and being number one okay. I'm sorry we'll lee right-back b-movie open being movie over movie over and we'll be right back. I don't know i can't defend it. If you hated this movie i think i think you're right and hating it if you enjoyed it like i did. I don't think you enjoy because you thought it was a good movie. I think you enjoyed it because it's ninety minutes of just dumb dumb innocent filmmaking time it just reminds me time where i was a big moron and takes me back to that place in two thousand seven and i like it literally exhausted austin myself from this movie because i'm just so confused as to what it is and who it's four if this would have been clearly a kids movie out of accepted it crew in adults movie at except i still would say it's trash just nonsensical. There's not i mean it's a fucking court story. It's a than it's a coming of age for bees and it's up a thriller with a plane custom like environmental environmental story in it too. There's environmental environmental soda. It's like the one of the most bizarre social commentary museum down arunachal social commentary you get a get a nice beatles goals cover at the end nice nice tune way out of place by the way that whole entire funnel says just switched again. I mean maybe fits in with the whole thing. Thank didn't didn't air clapton steal his wife now. I thought that's who he wrote layla about the maybe i'm wrong so trail. You get this movie seventy extra final score. That's it. I'm gonna give it a seventy stick by. I can't explain why like it but i like it. It's it's it's fun. It's like it's like a noun later again. Advocacy like it and i can't like whatever you want. I'm just surprised. I'm just surprised that you do. It's all come down to. I've always liked man. This is probably i four time seeing it to my last second and last kentucky gave it a fifty five able to thirty five audience. It's a fifty one that means. This movie comes in at a fifty three out of a hundred in that place just add of charlie and the chocolate factory with a fifty two two hundred <hes> the second best movie. We've raised so far to four is limitless sixty five out of one hundred and then the fifth element is still in place semi two out of one hundred be willy wonka. Uh you want to know the winner of of next week's <hes> dodger of you. I think trump is gonna love it. Coming in last place in the vote with with the vote was much closer than it had been okay. It's taxi driver <hes> coming in in last place. Twenty percent of the vote still eligible for one more week. Taxi driver tried to console me yeah and then coming in second place eliminated from voting is eagle eye with thirty two percent of the vote and we after fucking review too fast next week so then installed you're going too fast and furious drills head as gone into his arm he. Let's see i'm actually. I'm quite excited to see it again. It's been fun. It's a fun time. It's been seventeen years. I think sixteen since you've seen too fast and furious no wonder you've you look back on it badly. You're listening to act a fool on the soundtrack. You're going to be like this movie rules. I love mitsubishi the answer it's great the leaderboard kenji has had three movies selected. I've had to trouble and still at zero. That's fine with it. You gotta pick a movie or something. That's how you get the w. I the thing is he picking me. Movie can't have like in-depth discussions agents about the movie we could have ended up discussion about too fast and furious though that's not exactly a me movie but but even this one like i i would this. I i think has been our. I think our best on is probably fifth element. I think our second best one from charlie chocolate factory because we went into but that was easier because you went into the character johnny depp limitless. I think this limitless were tied in terms of quality review the worst one because there's less to talk about here. There really wasn't a lot to talk about is more airing of grievances gathered to seinfeld reference admitted that <hes> the grievances air the <hes> dis- complaining about b-movie <hes> we'll figure it out. Phil will eventually like we'll figure out what needs to get nominated in what won't work because we do want view bad movies but it might not be the best thing piece. We hope you enjoyed some. The clips spliced in talking about b-movie louis. This is tough. It's tough to how do you guys. Do you guys feel about the honey nut cheerios <hes> he's fine. He's harmless. Do you like him better than berry benson jason. I hate barry barry docks okay. What are some other cartoon. B.'s cartoon b.'s well. You saw the reference to the yeah yeah the bumblebee tuna right. We saw that in the in the movie bumblebee the car as let's say the car damn it'll be the cars. That's cool be focused bump. Nah fuck that comic book strip <hes> what's that but now they're mass monarch something fictional b.'s the ten best nuts beekeepers. I don't know any famous peacekeepers out. The technique on this guy is amazing. You really really kept those bs watches the way he changes the b. filter god. I smoked them out. So good dutch means. You're not gonna ask honey either. Go to be out brew. You guys want this dank roenick rod now amanda. Do you ever think about it a a would you consider like a a brainy pregnant women a bodybuilder. Isn't that crazy speaking row. Gotta hit this. It's funny brand. We're smoking big on the hive smoking big doings. I've right now. Let's take a honey brand. I can't say honey brand has to be. I like i just. I don't think they have brands so much. They have like vessels like there's the bear air container is. They're not like <hes> oh golden boston honey. There's one absolutely gone off golden bossom right now. What's a how bit of middle money money they have that what about bitter honey the candy trash i mean the most famous the most was famous honey cereal as a frog honey smacks dignam honey. Nut cheerios is by far the most famous honey serious. Oh that's okay. Excuse me at sucking idiot. Ah gone off these honey nut or there's a lot of honey series so let's ranked honey mascots. You got you got. The honey smacks broad. You got the <hes> <hes> only bunches of oats yeah but then what what's the honeycomb with the the mod the tasmanian devil knockoff xerox copy of the tasmanian the devil does that it the might be all the honey wants. What's going golden crisp right but that's bache sugar bear. I don't know if he's all about the honey honey the honeycomb the honeycomb mascot is his name is crazy craving. Lets us the bed name. <hes> especial que is honey flavors. That's honey flavored now. I'm i'm telling trash cereal. A kid kid oriented cereal mascot that that denies older people like like myself. The the joys of the cereal nikolic honey does honey does is basically honey. Nut cheerios type thing busby is the name of the bee for honey nut cheerios asu at you bit o honey honey mascot navis but he probably stakes mascot. There's a be on it. I believe that's kind of cool good for honey. Still up there. I can you know what i'll give one more one more little <hes> i liked the toppling of the of the honey bear bottle in the movie. They toppled over the bear like he was a dictator like saddam. John was saying that doesn't necessarily make sense 'cause that meant. They brought the honey thing into the hive. Just for purposes like it's. I don't get it. Don't get stupid. There's nothing to get dumb very done in jefferson. Maybe i'm not smart enough. It's no you're too. You smart to enjoy this movie. That's the problem guys are too smart to go into the b movie and have a good time like maybe if you'd spent three hundred dollars an iphone games you could you could be in my shoes and understand what's like the live. Life is is just a a mediocre more on man sitting there laughing at it'd be larry king for hours on end while while my wife is texting garrick look. I'd like a lot of plenty of bad movies. I did not particularly enjoy enjoy this one. Although i will give bents in your defense there is most. I laughed which i did not expect. I will say though that <hes> <hes> my wife and i were out today and she's like you know what movie you're doing tonight. I'm like b movie and she's like oh. Let's go home and watch it so we put the baby and baby jail which which is a playpen in front of the t._v. We call baby jail and we start watching the movie and i look over and she sleeping like seven minutes. Okay that's good asleep movie so then then after the movie she wakes up and she says like how b-movie and i'm like like like you would wanna know falsely. You left me behind the whole time. The baby fell asleep in seven minutes. No no my wife did the baby baby. Love be movie yeah gotcha she so so jeff this for people who who shit their pants god all right well that review was. I'm glad we got the roasted but we tried. We tried our best that if you bought a v._h._s. Copy of b movie at circuit city reach out to us yes are you are the the the exact person who i think would be movie so we got to fast and furious next week. We'll see how that is what we need to find for. Some of these movies may need to find an angle like johnny depp. We may not with this one too. Fast and furious sounds like ken. Jack likes it a lot so maybe that'll be the the angle for that review. Maybe it'll be like <hes>. Maybe it'll be in in defense and so two bathrooms. I it's a piece of trash because i'm gonna make how to festive fears is actually the most meta movie in the franchise three makes you think but we should we should have as yes we should have a stand on sumatra watches it and still hates. It might have to have a little little battle here. Another quarter trail but almost like a trail is part of the court this time but i just want every single time i speak that ludicrous song place like an akron. A little bit seems like a build up the momentum for the argument fair request trillo. What are you gonna be replacing taxi driver with next week. Got any i want to give you. A little head. Start got anything you know. What what's your forty year old virgin. Let's talk about that because i think that that launched that wants that whole contingent of appetite comedy movies for the next decade okay all right that'll be your that's your nominee. I ne- next week for your verger. I like that i'll think of a new one. Go comedy route is if if you don't if you don't vote for it than michael michael scott no gifts no and when you do vote for it and i see the results den denzel washington relief gif my man but he likes movie take anyway alonzo mourning gift crying band girl crying flute band girls overgrown girl gif what happened to her. She still thriving right. I don't i we shouldn't expect a viral sensations that are just happened to be caught and c._b._s. Cameras to we shouldn't expect kim to have their lives up turnpike. She retired from the flute. Never played again restaurants girl everywhere. That's that's house feel bad like when <hes> you know big games when there's like a six year old seven year old or maybe not even that young like a ten year old kid crying the camera just japan's on them for thirty seconds like it was like two thousand and three. It'd be like oh man that sucks like that. Kids really upset but now it's like oh man. Everybody's making fun of a my mind. Mine is a rough circle. The the flu girl was on jimmy fallon after that oh that's right. I'm sure he's some sure she what's your name and he's. I said and he just fucking laughing. That's great lake greens loose. Oh my god this is great to hear we bury gib- did you lose your money in atlantic city this weekend. Now i wasn't in atlantic city new sent me a picture of boardwalk yeah it was i mean there are many boardwalks and and you actually before we go you one crane game multiple times this weekend correct i did did it was <hes> it was called the extreme extreme crane damn it was a crane big any big balls like maybe not like yoga balls but like these no two two handers enders get it get it you got to pick up the ball two hands and a picked up three three balls three balls of the crane and i had to ask an employee there if the game automatically gave you a ball because i was feeling really good about myself and they said no it doesn't then i felt good about myself but my wife actually won on two of them and i want once. She's the crane champion. Ooh okay. Did you keep all of those large inflatable balls. No give give two of them to <hes>. Some children at this complex asked their parents. I we didn't want to create a a catastrophic situation where now these kids have giant balls and throwing them around a car because it just sounds awful but my wife did win these two giant balls and she got she felt like she was on a hot streak so she went over to the crane with the nintendo into switches stuff like that and try their luck and it wasn't as easy now well. The experts are meeting kent jack. You got those aren't easy. Only always to do is spend as much money as possible eventually when there was the chuck charlie and the chocolate factory machines where you draw a coin the coin lands and you try to push other coins surcharge noah those are the worst. I hate those. They're basically well. They're so bad and it was weird because is in this context. I get it because people are trying to win tickets but i in the historical context those who'd be near the token machine at aladdin's castle and so you'd be down to like your last credit for some more mortal combat. It's it's basically like it's basically like the the you know. Some casinos have like the wheel of fortune game. When it requires no thought you get like one dollar and you spin the wheel and it could be like five dollars is just the lowest of the low arcade games. When you're in a desperate situation. The voice had this. This potshot like machine that was connect for that was quite fun. Though i've seen those those are pretty cool i like that i played against the computer in a one and i was hitting from range too. I was making all of them because you really have no other option under game. All it plays that a the horse race one that <unk> busters bowl with the balls right yeah yeah reminder you can go breed your own horse at the electronic waste all your money if you're interested in that type of thing anything else before we wrap this up now now. I'm hungry for some d._n._b.'s and some chicken some some some jalapeno poppers and some some crews in u._s._a. So later in the week scary stories to tell him dark obviously wants to oh also the kitchen once again. Please describe your youtube channel and the description below and also ray all movies thousand nineteen in the description below as you see them a lot of moves coming out. Not a lot of them are great. We'll be reviewing a like. I said in the beginning of powder hidden in january after the august lull on then a week from today they will be reviewing too fast two furious <hes>. That's it for ken jack control. I'm jeff locke. I say one more thing. I need to make a comment and those listening and you know who i'm talking to <hes> moving our fantasy league to fourteen teams as bad decision. Everybody should vote against it. Vote not uh-huh to the the two team. Expansion teams is the perfect amount of teams in an auction draft when it's fourteen the talent pools too thin and i know some of you really like the the the heavy concentration in an effort that goes into it that you need to think about people who who don't care that much like me and so i just just just urge you to think about the choices you're making an expanding the league to fourteen teams and what you're going to be doing my family this law also shadow mike titties and driving from bad to say about to say have a good a week at the box the only you <music> it you walk into the show at the good to be true of anything. If we don't the third <music> i should it should by mind shooting every stranger abuse and uh down on this right ah <music>.

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"Darius Rucker"

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"Darius Rucker"

"Hello listener welcome to smart list. This is a podcast that s basically. It's all chat show and There's there's Three dumb dudes asking dumb questions to a A slightly smarter guest and this guest is a mystery to two of the question. Askar's i've never brought this up before but your tone sounds like an information video like at a funeral home just trying to get on with it. You know what you can expect in the funeral process. I don't even know why we're still doing explanations of what the podcast is. People know what they're tuning into asked them to listen like like a credit sequence of a show like they get it. They know where they're at getting on with the story right. Yeah just let's just start the episode right. It's all new smart lewis welcome listener too smart. Lewis dot com jason. Are you sleepy today. No i'm just haven't an agent. What i've realized i'm fifty one years old. I think i'm moody. I think i've realized it's taken you guys who've known me for a while little late to this realization. It must going to your junk box because you. you're the last to get the memo. Yeah i'm a real squeaky wheel for no reason. We know there's absolutely no reason for me to to be in a bad mood today. Sometimes he's a real grubber. What is I say this with all respect to those who seriously suffer from. What is the definition of bipolar disorder. Now if i can self diagnose. I think it's your highs are real high and you're real low and and you become manic. Can you self diagnosed. You have to ask friends that you're close to it. You just asked me. Yeah what's so. What's your opinion qualify for that. Let's say you watch you take a sip of that okay. So that's just plain water right or is that you have it. You have it you. I think everybody's been feeling level and again to not diminish people have this clinically but depression. I think that there have been level. I think that levels of an and people have been experiencing. I certainly i started going on prozac right before. This podcast pandemic. Oh room for lunch right before lunch today. Way before the pandemic did you sense There was a disturbance in the force. And you know. I did not. I just like a pill up because something wicked this way comes. No no i i We'll we'll talk about that later. But yeah no i should have been taking it twenty years ago but it's i started my happy pill twenty years ago. I'm a big advocate of. So i i it. It's beneficial that. I'm taking it now that we've in. I'm surprised that it took you this long to because i find your life depressing so you're talking to me or is he talking to you sean. I'm talking to both both okay. Okay so guys. As i introduced this guy you guys are gonna know who. He is right off the bat. So this fella who a huge fan of he grew up in the south charleston north carolina. And and it's an unbelievably incredible singer-songwriter. He formed his now famous band back in eighty six in about a decade later. Won a couple of graham sold over twenty five million records the name of the band. This is how you're going to get. It is houdini. Blowfish and the name of the superstar is darius rucker. What rocker is set up before you. Hello hi dairy solo. And he's holding a mic like a rockstar. Should absolutely. I am absolutely perfect. I couldn't plaque by a mike stand in my bag old. Now is that a What do you call a euphemism No because i've heard will say that before and it never do what he was talking about that. Oh wow dairy your your name actually sound southern it sounds like matthew mcconaughey would have a blast with your name. I like what he says. Hey hey dare is so relaxed all the time. He is so relies. When i was younger you know which is not recent time remembering because it was so long ago. Check your note. I'm dead serious. I would be in my car listening to your songs. I bought all your cds. And i would try so hard to sound like you when i sang. Because your voice is one of the best coolest voices i've ever heard and it's so like so identifiable and did you always seem like that like when did you open your mouth. Unrealized a pretty cool voice. I'll tell you say that everybody does or will be will you. Everybody does exactly exactly. I like to daria. Singing career began just one day. You were driving and out of the own band to start a band actually day. It's all i wanted to do. Since i was four thousand four year old i discovered al green and Me i thought he was genius. Yeah so did you. Sign him right there. Yeah williams listen to discover. It was great for me and ever since i was a kid this is oliver wanted to do. I mean we surprise. I was talking to a friend last night about it. And it's just shocking that you know fifty four years old. I'm still getting to do at this level. It's pretty crazy. Yeah darius so With the advantage of of hindsight now and all this sort of a crew data over the last twenty thirty years. It's been that long since i tuned. Sort of Change the music industry and what it is today as far as brick and mortar stores going away. What is the section of people in the industry that benefited from that versus those that are at a disadvantage now or is it good for everyone across the industry now that they've had a chance to kind of find some Equality with some of the some of the parts of it it's good for the consumer. It's great for humor because music so easy to get now. When we were younger we had to stand in line at the record store on tuesday throughout the new record on phone or get whoever that's been great The people started those businesses. It's been great. And even the record companies you know. It's been great but the laws haven't caught up for the artist yet like the the the of spotify walks away with billions of dollars and we're making point zero zero zero one cent. Every time they play my soul right to tell me Do you feel like some of the magic has gone because there isn't that anticipation of waiting like you were saying waiting to. I remember the first record that i went and bought on my own. I was eleven is nineteen eighty-one and i took the subway downtown. Toronto to donna. Summer album donna donna. Summer macarthur park no no to buy to buy. Acdc dirty deeds thunder cheap. Jack was the first record. I bought instantly regretted it but is is some of the magic on in that process. Oh yeah i think that feeling of wings record and getting in an open it up and read the liner notes and you know look at the pictures of what if that's gone and and the thing even for artists like orders now like i still make records i still. I still make albums that. I want people to listen to the kit people out there making singles. Now they don't write doesn't matter that whole process doesn't matter. Is it true that you have to kind of play. This game of releasing the music knowing you're not going to get a kind of monetary reward from it because the way to make a living now is just touring and touring. Only this is the perfect. Pre digital is a when we were doing our thing. The only reason we went on tour the only reason we went out and based shows was to make people buy records. That's the only reason you went on tour. Was i mean you were making money torn but you'll make money seller record. You is out there trying to get people to go buy records and now today the only reason you make a record is so you can tour of you right then. Amazing i mean. It's the exact. So basically a hundred percent of the ninety percent of the income from the band is ticket sales and concessions and souvenirs easier then has your percentage of the gate and the souvenirs and stuff like that has that gone up or is it stayed the same. You know it's going up just because you know my my standing in the music business is going up you know. The basic things are still the same as they were. So that's negotiation point as far as percentage of ticket sales and concessions and stuff like that. It wasn't something that was put on the table as a negotiation point as sort of a make good sense record. Sales went away for artists. The venues and whatnot didn't say okay so now you can have some of the gate. It's just it's always been the same and the more juice you have in the industry. The bigger percentage. You get exactly lebanese. Today looked up money right. They don't feel bad for you. In robinson square garden is like so many records. So let me give you eighty percent of the gate but it must be. Isn't that funny the way that that flipped went. When was that moment. You remember a year when the sales kind of went there. When became touring the way apple. Music came about when i tuned in people could get it on the phone and you know. He's an when when you know naps distorted. And they they didn't try to buy it. They tried to try to crush it. If directly gotten together bought it they would hold it. They had that they would technology and that was really weird. I'll change was that. There is a a union for these for for artists. That could have perhaps now in hindsight should have said hang on a second apple worst. You're not allowed to do that. We have an infrastructure and a way in which to monetize album sales and whatnot. You can't come in and turn it into a business and just relegate Any income for bands to touring and merchandising stuff like that. We say no as a union. We tried but the new technology. And you know it wasn't there. Wanting to laws. There was no laws governing. What was happening and was somehow spun as well. Don't worry about it. It's going to be beneficial. They're they're still going to be tower records but this is going to be on top of it and we're going to figure it out exactly it's going to be more exposure. Exactly we'll figure out the money people listen to your music. It's good for you guys but it's a great thing i mean i'm point one. I'm not mad at anybody or mad about it. What it is and you gotta do what you gotta do with it. I still did this day. Feel guilty when like you know my daughter's in the car. And i say you know the Was it the other day we were talking about She's she's thirteen. She's discovering Have you ever heard this song by the psychedelic furs. My saying that word right. And i said yeah and she started. I said if you ever heard english. Beat like so. I started pulling up england and i don't i don't own. The english beat english beat album. But i just could for free just hit the search bar and boom up comes every song that they've ever recorded nine just playing it in my car for no money at all except for this fee that i pay each month. You know that is just on automatic re. Yeah and it's It doesn't seem it doesn't seem fair. Yeah to to guys. I mean i get what you're saying and it doesn't seem fair either. You know we see a but it's just the way that we can do. You know we had a we passed. They passed a law last year that that helped a little bit. It still wasn't really just not just the way it is and so you'll never change. Which reminds me just about bruce. Hornsby's record this whole thing a love if you just lifted up a keyboard. I would dare you. I'm going to switch gears for a second here because what in the cloud glad. You're on like that much. So hey everybody hang on tight you know. I'm so glad you're here today because being black in america right now and is rightfully so like a global conversation that everybody's having an anxious to get your take on a question. I'm sure you're so tired of which is what has it been like. And what is it like now being black in the country music scene since you started and did you experience any racism inequality anything like that back then versus now and what. What has been your overall experience with that. Yeah overall been great. When i first started fourteen years forty years ago we did a radio tour. We went to one hundred ten radio stations and it was shocking to me. Because if you've had a few few guys and i will say right now. These guys are swimming. My biggest support is right now. But i had guys me down and tell me that i love song. I think it's country. I'm gonna try to play it. But i don't think it's going to work because i don't think my audience will ever accept the country's wow just like oh straight up. You know it and they don't even they're just listening to it on the radio. Yeah and they won't accept the notion of it. Yeah that's what he said you know and you guys said that when went number one you know they all called me and said we were all right. Oh but yeah. That was the mentality of the business at the time that just there wasn't room for her blacks ing country music. Everybody wants to be the second person to say. Yes exactly exactly and then you know what's it hit and you know. Now we got came. Brown and jimmy. Allen and mickey tighten all these these kids here have it hits and country music that are black and you know i look at it. It's just changing i. Somebody asked me early on. If i thought i'd changed country music when i started having hits and i just said i just hope some kid who had a cd that would actually get listen to instead of getting thrown in the trash because black face on it you know and it's great to see people having big. 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I thought might have had a hit or cowboy today and it was crazy to me that twenty five years between me and charlie pride hits a country radio that you see yourself as as sort of a trailblazer. Was that ever a notion that you had or no. You just wanted to make music and that was when people told you though you're like oh you were shocked. Houdini wasn't. I wanna play rock world. Because i want to play rock and roll with those guys. You know what. I wanted to sing country. I was gonna make the my record in my basement studio buddies. He'll drink beer. And make a country record in my mess. By doc lee at the time and doesn't didn't see things that way and got me a record deal but you made the transition from rock and roll to country. Yeah that desire to play cut. Was that always in you like as you were on you. Guys were the biggest band in the world. But where you're like. I'm really not doing what i totally want to do. Because you were at the top top. Yeah i used to ask the guys to play country music like our last. Let's just go to national. May country record neighbor like man. We're rock band and so they wouldn't do it. I was the who's growing up in the nineteen eighty-nine guy named rodney foster. Came out with a record called del. Rio texas nineteen fifty nine and it changed my life. I heard that record thought. Someday i wanna sound just like that guy got to a country record and i'd say it all the time and they laugh at me and finally i got a chance to and the draw for country music for you is live mostly in the in the sound of it in in sort of the the unique instrumentation of it or is it the in this sort of the the lyrics the stories that are that are talked about what grabs you most most storytelling. I love. i love how country you tell the story but you know when you get to sing with a with a real good slide guitar playing with you man or fiddle playing with you man. I chills thinking about a lot of the hybrid. Sound of of a band like wilco to consult guy. Yeah yeah. I love them wilco. In the silos back in the day and you know Son vote they'll son vote was huge for me. I i i record. Wow i was talking about son. Volt in about uncle tupelo with both those absolutely. Yes oh good for me for me. Do you ever venture off and like what would be the most surprising thing. You could tell me that you listen to that. It'd be like what very manual berry manilow. He's he's not guilty pleasure he's awesome. He's awesome. Who's your guilty pleasure. Then i don't know mean everybody i love. I love like neil diamond. Barry manilow and you know Dean martin record the other day and you know dean is just i mean. I love that i love. I love everything man. I love everything. How much you missing. Touring right now. Do you miss being out there and playing for people. I'll bet you do. Yeah you know when you take a week off for two weeks off for three weeks off. You always had that show on the calendar where you knew replay it. you'll always go to play in phoenix. I wanna play whatever and not knowing as shown me that. I love to play music so much and i miss it so much man. Are you coming up with songs. You probably never would've or melodies you probably never would've because you're sitting there just staring at the walls for weeks and weeks gear. I've written dogs in this. This next record. I can't wait for people to hear this next record. It and so crazy stuff. Do you remember the very first song you you wrote And seeing some it guinness. A buddy of mine and i he had written most of it and i think i wrote a few lines for but he wrote it but i just remember the chorus was destiny. Destiny it's destiny. That was a whole course sir. No it wasn't good. It was it all it sticks with you though. And i read that you use to like kenny rogers right love. I toured with kenny rogers. We have to fit this story in every podcast. We go ahead is this. But there's there's a christmas themed tony l. I played an in kenny rogers christmas too early in nineteen ninety four or ninety five maybe ninety nine to five and we got we smoked pot every single show and then we had to like set up the scenery for the christmas section. A of the show. Yeah how'd you get around a tour bus. come on. We just took a slam. But i remember being on the to like i understood the concept of enjoying when people say enjoy being on the road. I didn't really enjoy sleeping on the bus. With fifteen other guys who were the best and the most awesome guys but just like the bathrooms in the farting and the singing until three in the morning. And i was like guys. I tried it showed tomorrow. Isn't that everybody. What's the squeaky l. That i want the cops on your own bandmates. I loved the people in it. I just didn't like the traveling purchase. Because there's no home base you there is. I just didn't enjoy kenny on a jet or was he s. Always the gem go with kenny e. Yeah it'd be the joint form giving you ride kinney's like i don't know extra seats that for my bag that's my shoes hair. Roller great guy. Great great a big fan and and and his country music hall of fame induction. They asked me to sing a lucille and it. Was you know standing right there in front of kenny rogers and lucille was. That's so that was unbelievable. Serious walk walk me through so you guys start hooting the blowfish. What year was that that you guys form six. We started january. Six january eighty six la for show up in charleston now in columbia south carolina at at at the university of south cox. Go i'll say sure in five you'll say chunky laughing so so you're you're in columbia south carolina at the university of south carolina. You start hooting blowfish with a couple of your buddies. Yeah you guys were in college together. I'm guessing yup causing and what was the first gig off first gig. A a chicken wing joint was right across my dorm. Come on the call. Happy's pappy was an old marine. And if he caught you with a fake id. He hanged the big pot until everybody looked he. Cut your id up as you embarrassingly walked out. I was and he had just a chicken wing. Join probably fifty people maybe and market. I had been playing for a while the guitar player we were the wolfe brothers and then that night we became the both. How did you change from wolf brothers to houdini. Blowfish what was Something in the chicken joint no I used to give people nicknames. All the time and I sing in a show choir in college. Carolina live and one got. Had these really big eyes and he you know he started. Who'd he cut looking our. We call them hoodie and his best friend had these huge cheeks like he do either the dizzy. Gillespie thing where you know. He was trouble cheeks out. So i started calling a blowfish in one day. We were playing a show with carolina live and they walked into my room. I had the biggest room. So i was having a party and they walked into the room when i was like. I lied to myself and said who do the poll face and said man. That's a great name for a band. I live straight out to myself. That i came up with the marketing. The name the band. Houdini blowfish he said whatever the really stupid thing. Y'all i never thought people would call me hoodie. It never dawned on me that called me off. So that's crazy so you go so you name this band the week before just on a whim based on two dudes and another thing that you're doing this Wing joint you play a show in you guys were like. Hey this is pretty good. You started more shows in columbia in columbia. Yup and then planet colleague went pretty quickly. We got a crowd. They're pretty quick. After a few shows people come and see us and then we started going to other towns up with other bands play children. Matthew's we play frat houses with dave matthews. Wow yeah i mean it was our circuit we did circuit and south and we will up to new york and played some clubs there and stuff like that too but that all of a sudden you know after nine years of being the biggest bannon south east with a record deal. We've got a wreck deal. I guess eight years. Wow so that's so that's ninety four. Whatever something like that early ninety ninety three we get side And what happens after you get signed. We get signed in a guy that are label. Tales are label president that if you put cracked review out that atlantic will be laughed out of the record business because graduates so big and it was a mistake to put it out and we put it out in the southeast. It was doing fine. Single was doing good. We were selling the southeast. But you know you can't translate the records unless it's everywhere and Story goes it was tuesday afternoon in The only time the station played the song and the only as they played it because the dj liked the song. I think it was k rock in new york. But he plays hold my hand and letterman's driving home after the show any. Here's hold my hand on the radio. And he pulls over at a area something he calls his booking agent and says. I want houdini blowfish on my show this week. And we played that friday nokia. There was a tuesday and you played friday. Do we play friday. Got in a private jet to fly to columbia. 'cause we had a show in columbia that night and friday. We were a band struggling but doing well and still making money and by monday we were about to be the biggest pain in the world. It's quick i'm because a letterman lateran. Wow do you realize there was a year period where he said the name. Houdini shoulder show every night. No way he would come back commercial. Look at the and just go hootie and the blowfish just how almost a whole year you and i have something similar that that your mom raised all of you and five kids in my family. How about you. We had six. It's not a competition guy when you went And so does part of that because for me it it Growing up in chicago. No heats one winter. The car repossessed the house almost going away. Barely feed ourselves all that stuff. It does drive me incredibly sometimes to a fault but i don't mind To never want to go back and so is some of your discovering your spirituality and coming into that and your drive to success is does it come from from any of that is that near that of driving force. It comes all from that. Yeah my my whole work ethic my whole having to be successful and having to go out there and when my mom died from something. I really wanted to something that i had to make happen. Sure because i was second youngest kid and and you know you basically raised by his siblings. Because your mom's working all the time and just like you know. sometimes. I know that if you're gonna eat sometimes you know we never had air conditioning and you live in south carolina where it gets one hundred five chicago. No air conditioning. My mom goes well. Just put a bowl of ice in front of the fan. That's safe and by the way doesn't work at all blowing on you. It's like exactly with that You grow up that way success for me. It wasn't just your meal was from my brothers or sisters to you. Know it was it was for my family. My cousins it was it was to go out in to show my mom that all of her getting my back as a kid when my brothers and sisters would tell me. You're listening to that ypoint music while you listen white music and she tell them lee maloney list award every wants to listen to and kick them out of the living room to show her that those days were for nothing. I had to be successful. Yeah so when you grew up you you only listen to country music. No i was very it. Was the rock. Roll country the family. No no no. No dr be always doing around. His family was r&b music. But when i was alone. I you know i still tune in the grand ole opry on saturday night. You could get wm late night on. Am radio and it was. My mom always had my back well always until she can take it anymore. Like when i was went through my kiss phase. And i was playing kiss all the she lists because a lot of to twice then she'd walk into the liberal but go. Hey hey honey. Let's listen to this minutes. You put al algorithm so do your kids now like appreciate what you do like are they into into it or are they just like god They like country music. You know but no. I can't say they sit. Listen to my records. When i put him out to me. You know. i got a single coming out in my daughter. I said it to my daughter and it's a great song. I think it's gonna be one of the biggest ones i've ever had. The only thing my daughter said to me was by nineteen years that i still think you should flip flip-flops flip flops. You just listened to that song and what you got out of. It is the word flip. Tell you something my good friend. Jimmy buffett uses flip flops in half his son very well. He does very well for himself. Absolutely would i want to come back as buffet. Trust me jimmy. He's a greek a great dude also and by the way. I want to say this to you guys. We're going further when shot asked me to do this. Podcast and my exact words were to my manager was to- three guys. Don't even know who. I am hot. Shade gant fan all your albums. I'm such a major fan of you guys and it was. I was like man. This is the greatest thing anybody's really do. I honor that your man. You have no idea. Thank you have no idea i. I truly truly. I'm not making that up. I used to sing to your son's all the time in the car that cds put them in a little slack. Play the cd and try to sound like you. So bad at least embarrassing. Try little bit up already laughing at when you. Will you feel it later on you. 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Think too when you decided to do all that a lot of questions in there sorry. Yeah they Well i thought gonna tour every summer for the rest of our lives is just what we did. And we were touring and A drummer got remarried. Actually married are guitar players ex wife. And don't even the yeah. Yeah gave us one day and said he didn't want to be a touring band anymore. I mean we're all on on the road. And i call it in the meeting. And that's what he says in. Its shocks us because that's was affective immediately or the tour. We're in the middle of the end of the tour. You know i'll tour next year but that's it and this was after the marriage so it's yoko that didn't want you guys going out. There said no. No not not no more quote on my talk math myself. Yeah so wait so. It was the drummer that wanted. It wasn't a guitarist. Saying i won't tour with the son of a bitch anymore. Because my ex wife. Oh no i want all the dirt areas right now. That's the drama. Said he wanted out in the my first thought was i. Guess i'll go make my country record l. You i was not. We'll get another drummer. No gonna cut record. No we would never do that. The four of us had a band. We would never get another drummer like no other option. Once he's gone that's the end of the one guy leaves. That's the end of the band. Scared to just be like well. That's it so. I'm gonna go make like the odds of us. Succeeding country. were probably like sold. Absolutely i and then you just broke through like our rocket. i didn't expect any success. I really didn't like even when i got a record deal. My whole thought was man. I'm gonna make a good enough record. So they'll let me make another record. I was looking at the picture looking at the picture of being a black eye. Being the guy coming from pop over the country music that never works. You know and that's just strike one and two and you and you go into you think it's never going to work. But i i'll be honest with the president of the label and he said he called thirteen people the day he decided to sign me thirteen that he thought with a taste makers nashville and twelve of them. Said it'll never work. Wow yeah well. Did you have trouble Creating a band grabbing musicians to create your now your recording band your your no not at all everybody wanna play like. We had auditions and people were shot. 'cause you don't do that in nashville. What's that auditions yeah. You don't do the national. You guys complain you pick is that you play with you know but everybody came to the audition and we picked her cool. Yeah and do you ever get tired of playing the hit songs because we never tire of hearing them. But i do you ever get up there and like oh god. I'm one of those guys. That what i start opening line of of letter cry. Oh my hand here that hit from the crowd. Yeah yeah. I'll play the rest of my life. Wow yeah that's absolutely that's great and here's something that you've done that's amazing. Maybe not a lot of people knows your charitable efforts with the saint. Jude's children's hospital. You raised over two million dollars so far. Wow yeah which is crazy and will raise like what was it. Twenty five bucks for some new headshots. Funding voted on my terrible. Otherwise you wouldn't have raised all that money the money you pay for but why saint jude's hospital why what what's important about that one which it up for obvious reasons. But why are you sean. Why do you have kids so much. That's just i don't have any. I don't want them. I don't wanna look at what dairies. Y saint joan internet saint. Jude's help kids. They got their whole lives ahead of. Why did you choose to you personally. Personal connection or visit there and Dirks pantley and i went there one day and when i started talking to the people in talking to one of the doctors and the thing that really got me was how no one has to pay anything i mean i know when when poor folks kids get sick and they go in the hospitals. They don't just come out of the hospital with a kid being better. They come into hospital with bill that is going to be around their neck for the rest of their life right and saint us no one ever. They fly the kids in. They put the parents up. They feed the parents every day. That was amazing. Prices crazy and then i think took over top when it was when the doctor told me if we found a cure for cancer today we would put it on the internet tonight right and i thought that's unbelievable for a hospital to do that on the internet so the hospitals can just go us about thought that was a basic blessing. That's a lot of money for them. And bless you for raising that million biking mazing. Thank you jason googled. The word charity There's a sweet charity there So did you just perform a bunch of songs from musical show. Yeah see me now. I actually. That's something you guys. If i ever do it again. I'll let you guys know. Because i've done it before. But i the southeast guy for sinatra. His name's peter. Graves nacho southeast guy. For like thirty years and i do it maybe once every other year but i do a big band show. He puts together a big pan for me and we do all like standard louis prima and i love. It's fun to watch guys knowing a lot of fun. Lot of all that you jason stuck again. I i started to fantasize about by father-in-law's paul. Anka and i started thinking he probably would jump up on stage. And do all those also but with all that you've gone through and and everything that where you come from where you are the good fortune that has Come over you your whole life with your family and music. What is the best advice you've ever gotten or given the best advice i've got like into country music brad plays he said to may be yourself and he he said. Don't be what you think they want you to. Because they don't want you to be that and any but some i play would've done myself the way he said it was just. I really took it to heart. That's he's a good friend of ours. Yeah yeah the best advice. I give us some advice. He said. keep your day job. And i'm not sure what that meant but he said to me find a different persona that we understood in different that. Yeah don't trust that. Love that guy well you are true rockstar in life and everything else. So thanks for being here darius today. Thank you guys. Thank you very very much buddy and please let us know. Next time you come out west when this Damn virus by. Oh man i hang out with you guys. That was really quick. I just want to say. Because i was such a huge fan of hoodie. And because there's such a big fan of of you there. I followed you over to the country right. Don't usually rome and I'm a full on supporter and a huge fan. So thanks for inviting me over there and and sharing your stories through music which i love like you that they had creates some meets is very cool. Thanks all right. Take care piece by god. He was great. He was great wasn't he. Yeah isn't that wild that his songs when an artist can achieve the when their songs are part of us that we know all the words even if we don't know we know them. I don't wanna move ahead you just. You don't ruin when it's so rare to achieve in songwriting that level of success where people just know your songs right. They're just part of our unconscious that they're just all in one of them. Permian those huge. But that's why it's so interesting to you know that moment. He talks about that week. We're on tuesday. they're nowhere they get a phone call. 'cause letterman heard them on the happened here on the one play on the radio and that's why friday there on the show and by monday. Their album is and their lives. Change forever yeah. From that moment on it was great to hear him say that it will when he starts playing one of the heads to get that kind of reception from the audience. he's he's accepting nat. He's he's he's saying you know. This is something that i created. That is sort of always going to be there. And he doesn't see it as like a you know some sort of anvil around his right. Because i think one of the biggest mistakes artists make is to run from the thing that made them famous is to not embrace it. Because i did that. I made that mistake when i was younger and i can do other things. I never going to do magic again. You know what man was. No but and it's not until you realize. Oh it's you have to be grateful. We are fans of the reason we are. You know we are in the business and you do the magic dig at me every day me going back to magic reveal in a different way every day. How much you've not watched the rest of development like watched it with. We haven't watched it with prejudiced. Let let let me just let me. Just w out there. I told you guys. I've seen arrested development. I've seen the first two episodes now. Here's the property without a sneer on your face and an alcoholic beverage. Bush percents if you wanna have you seen of will and grace other than the ones you were on. I watched one. Okay there you go. There was the one i was on. Matt's i've watched so many episodes of will and grace the to obviously i watched it with. I love grace and a guy in the bartender in boston. And you guys all worked in the bar together. Yeah as it new york wants to your name. Please don't please don't love willing to ask me. Please don't ask jason. what's your favorite. Did i say that out loud. Somehow this mike is inside my brain. Listen i love will and grace. I mean who would have ever thought to place a sitcom in a new york. I will and grace the frankie. I love that show. That's so good. And you jane fonda and everybody. Yeah so the show. It's almost like they were best friends. They're perfect for each other except for he was gay so like they were like they couldn't be together but in a weird way they were kind of like the perfect modern odd couple modern. I'd go all right. Darius was great. What a great. So we love. You did not no. You did not know him before me. No i never met him. Never met him. No but i'm a huge fan. Of course you just reached out just cold. Call by job as house. I had a mask on a surgical mask. Like an actual halloween masks. I had a. Mike meyers from the halloween masks. Did not sing to him. No i didn't do you feel like you can. Now hold ma. Hey you close your eyes. Would you think you're listening to an album. I think somehow your grandma got a hold of your mike who's been dead for a long time things a lot. No i knew that part sounded like a dead woman in a sitting on her chest and that was the year that came across her lyrics. Woman in a box is the name of my biography. Okay okay you're making me. We's okay guys. That was great jocular dying. guess what. The audience is bummed about. That's how they're finding they're good. They're getting their thumb to the stop button before. Surkhet trademark upsets upset so badly ruin every show every show ruined scores.

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11 Trivia Questions on Lead Singers

Trivia With Budds

09:26 min | 2 years ago

11 Trivia Questions on Lead Singers

"It's eleven questions on lead singers of bands, where I give you their name and years, they were active, and you name the ban. This is trivia with buds. Be and welcome to another episode of the trivia with buds podcast. I'm your host. Ryan buds. Thanks for checking out this show. I was just leafing through a book I have called three hundred ninety nine games puzzles and trivia challenges specially designed to keep your brain young. It's by Nancy Linde, or maybe Nancy Lind L I N D And a highly suggest if you like trivia, check out the spoken, grab it on Amazon. I grabbed a used copy after seeing it at Barnes and noble, and it is really good for exactly what it says keeping your brain young. And I use quite a bit of the questions in here for my senior trivia nights, Oliver, southern California. Sometimes even whip those into my life nights, and this very podcast. So I just wanted to share that with you for all the trivia fans out there who maybe just stumbled on this show for the first time. If you did I'm so glad you did. And hopefully, a friend sent you a link or you search the word trivia, and he said, what's this all about this guy has an interesting cartoon face in this podcast? Art. Let's let's give this a listen. So this show comes out every single day. You can hit subscribe for new episodes on your device daily. And we've done some great ones this week, including Jewish celebrities Super Bowl commercials in tech slogans just to name a few. Here's a few more. If you want to go back a little bit. Furthermore, in the feed g words, while the answers started with G clothing. What's the hidden? Word fake news. T- words words, the start with teeth the movie Forrest Gump, FOX TV shows and before and after just like they do on wheel of fortune social little something for everybody on this show. And it's new every single day. 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And also shout at two newest patron named Wes who is a DJ on the east coast, and he's starting hosting trivia nights and needed some content. So he signed up for my fifty dollar a month reward tier where he gets all of the zip files, he gets one big zip file of all my trivia rounds for the whole month. And he can do it every once with them. So if you're just starting out hosting trivia somewhere in the country. Let me help you out give you bunch of content. It's all fun put together on slides for you and your live nights. Today's. Episode is all about a little something called lead singers. So I will give you a lead singer in the years. They were active in the band. You have the name the band case, you're gonna play along with these eleven we recorded this RT Rogers brewing, Sierra Madre, California. So enjoy this live recording where to jump into those questions right now. Here we go. This route is lead singer names. I'm gonna give you a lead singer. And some years they were in our famous band. You tell me what band we're talking about. This is round number four lead singer names. Number one, Steve Perry. Nineteen seventy seven tonight eighty seven write it down. If you know it number one, Steve Perry, seventy seventy eighty seven surely every Thursday eight to ten right here. Archie Rogers, ruin try somebody amazing on tap year. Gold spinners happened wise in the milkmaids milk stout. Style English style border. And trade secrets to team up with other tree location for tree with. Trade secrets number one Seafari seventy seven to eighty seven to number two on your list Roger waters, nineteen sixty five one thousand nine hundred five number two trying to highlight the biggest years for these singers for these bands number two Roger waters, sixty five to eighty five. What band was that? Number two. Number three, Steve Kerr. Well, one thousand nine hundred four two now what band is this number three Seve har-. Well, nineteen ninety four two now. Number three, number three. Number four, Johnny Resnick nine hundred eighty six to now. This was my website this week. You could've looked it up. Never four Johnny rice. Nick, nineteen eighty six to now lead singer Dame band is number four. Number five. Susannah Hoff's nineteen eighty today. Eighty nine never five Susannah Hoff's eighty to eighty nine lead singer names will those debt number five. Lead singer number six Aaron Lewis nine hundred five thousand fourteen Aaron Lewis ninety five to fourteen lead singer names, number six. Number seven Brian Johnson. Nineteen eighty to two thousand sixteen number seven Brian Johnson nineteen eighty to twenty sixteen. Gillan nineteen sixty seven now. Ian, Gillan sixty seven two now. Number eight lead singer names. In nineteen sixty seven to that. Nine Darius Rucker one thousand nine hundred six now number nine Darius Rucker eighty six to now lead singer names. Numbers at rivers quavo. Well. Rivers ninety two now. There's Cuomo ninety two now. And the bonus question for cheap points lead singer names, what decade with lead singer of Aerosmith born. Lead singer famous lead singer Aerosmith decade, or they two points that just need to decade, a believe singer of Aerosmith's birth. That's the end of round at number four lead. Singers dancers. Bit here on the answers for lead singers guys. Let's see how you did naming the vans based on the lead singers name. We'll see how everybody did this route right now lead singers one final round left after this. Gift card, hearty Rogers brewing, Sierra Madre, California. Thanks. Thanks for being here. Every Thursday number one seed Perry was journey. Roger waters Pink Floyd. Well, ninety four now smashmouth. Four Johnny resume eighty six Google. Dow. Number five Hoff's eighty to eighty nine the Bank. Number six Aaron Lewis stain. Brian Johnson ACDC. Sixty seven out of deep purple. Nine areas, Rucker Hootie and the blowfish. Nineteen. Ladies. Weezer? The lead singer of get bored. Steven Tyler nineteen days. Does your answers for lead singers playing guys? There. It was RT Rogers always the greatest place to play in Sierra Madre, California on Thursdays at eight pm, my friend Cam malador will be there tomorrow night. If you're listening to this podcast and the day it went out to comply with Cam bunch new places popping up for me all around the inland empire area and all around Los Angeles to be honest with you. So if you wanna comply with me, you can always go to trivia with buds dot com and click on trivia locations, maybe of a party coming up. Maybe you're starting to host tribute yourself, and you need content you need questions. Join my friend west and all the other patrons on patriot dot com slash trivia. With buds get fifty dollars here. And I will send you tons of goodies free to run your own amazing trivia events. That's it. For today's episode. Thanks for listening. Thanks for telling a friend. 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04/08/21 DPS Best Of

The Dan Patrick Show

48:41 min | Last week

04/08/21 DPS Best Of

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Dan patrick show on fox sports radio. All right let me give you this. Incredible get sean salisbury. Fourteen quarterbacks have been drafted in the top five between two thousand nine in two thousand eighteen. So fourteen quarterbacks between two thousand nine and two thousand eighteen among the first five picks. How many quarterbacks are with the team that selected them. The answer is one baker mayfield junior the third stat of the day today stat of the day stat of the day comes that what stat of the with that. We make the smooth. Segue into sean salisbury. Morning host. Sean salisbury show on sports. Talk seven ninety in houston sean. It's an inexact science. I don't care how many people are involved. Whatever drills whatever you know. I q like how do you you're able to find your guy. It's not that easy. So the niners have their guidemap jones. Apparently urban meyer's got his guy and the jets have their guy and then you're gonna have maybe justin fields or trey lands. Not all of them are going to succeed. Statistics at bobo brazil dan. I was a bobo brazil. Guy to that just means we're all okay so we go back to that. Yeah he added evaluate. Everybody has a differing opinion. Some people of shorts and tee shirt. Some people need a little bit of film heck for trae lance and mack jones. Both of them have started the same amount of games. When we ripped trae lance. Well max done it too. But he did it. Alabama's it's not and the statistics. Say dan that you know one of these guys are two are going to be really starts. The third guy is going to be pretty good and the other two will be floundering around trying to find their way. Whoever those five off and the interesting thing about this is is it may be a guy a lot of times if you go to a better football team or the one more quick ben rothlisberger member dan when he was falling. You got to go to a team. That didn't have to rebuild. They just reloaded in pittsburgh and now he's got a hall of fame career so whatever it is you go by and we all have you know the way we view quarterbacks the way we look at it you gotta be a little lucky. You gotta be well coached and you gotta have something that we don't see and it's the things. We don't see a lot of times in a quarterback or the things that ended up being the difference maker in between good and great and draft top five quarterbacks for one big reason aside from winning championships we expect them to be hall of famer. Stan that's do. If you're drafted the top five quarterback there cannot be a lot of spy your name. But if i said mack jones was going to have the career of kirk cousins would that be a successful draft. Pick for the niners. Sure would you'd win a lot of games. But when we say successful in the top five. Dan we're not s- that's not good announced that the perception we want everybody to be brady mahomes manning where you've got to win champion a right away. We're in that instant gratification. If you're not good after two. You're not patrick. Mahomes what happened. You're not tom brady while you're right those guys there's few that's rarefied air kirk. Cousins is going to lead this. Nfl when he does with a lot of numbers and are really good career. Vinny testaverde hell of a career. You know not winning super bowl champions as a star grece i can go through. There's more far more of those guys guys that were drafted in the first round. And we say man. What a great player. Look at the eighty three class three hall of famers to really good careers and todd. Blackledge didn't have his career great broadcaster. Great guy didn't kenny. O'brien and tony. He said good careers. Yeah but dan so. Yeah if mac jones has it but when you draft him third dan when all send on when you and i are sitting around having a drink or evaluate on television or radio. We're going to say. Yeah but he didn't win a championship. We don't say that about the left. Tackle the right guard. We only say that about the quarterback or the pitcher in baseball but with kirk cousins. He was a success story because he's what a fourth round draft pick. They had drafted our g three the same year. You know mac. Jones doesn't get that benefit. He's not he's moving up. They moved up in. They're going to go up there and get him but trying to understand like justin fields. Did everything that you. I guess you're supposed to do. He played big and big games. Played hurt but i. I don't understand this. I don't understand the justin fields. Where teams are thanked. He was dropping. I'm gonna tell you why dan is. I'm trying to figure out to. Let's see the game against clemson and in the national title game will use toughing. It out outplayed. Trevor lawrence and football game. What happened between. We didn't have a combine right dan this year. So what's happened between the time that game ended in january two. Now i'll tell you what's happened. One person starts the verbiage and then the next person buys in and then people start to panic. See we do everything we can to find out what's wrong with the guy as opposed to all the great thing that's right. None of them are a perfect science. None of them were perfect of what they do. But he's got four more great traits and qualities then then then things that are negatives so what happened is that it starts to snowball. Ooh somebody said he didn't work hard. What about all of us believe. He works hard or that he does get through his progressions or that he does put his foot in the ground and he is tough and the players love being around him. The elevates the play only thing i can see with justin fields. I watched the tape and see about eighty percent of his throws this year and he makes good decisions. He's a winner. he's tough. He's competitive yet somehow. In the verbiage somebody start saying well. Four guys don't like him. I can't draft him if you love him draft him. I think it's absurd. And i think we're irresponsible irresponsible a lot of times in the way we judge quarterbacks if you're a person just watches one game don't come at me and tell me you know what justin fields is doing. Watch him in shorts and a t-shirt watching and films talk to the backup quarterback talked to a wide receiver. Talk to coach. Those are the people that are around him all the time. The person sitting up in the deck or going on a hot take show and saying you know what i saw him. He threw a pick in game. Four against indiana and he overcame at too. So i tend to look at the good things as long as it's not overbearing that the you know a guy doesn't move and he throws too many picks and there's so many things against him. Justin fields is a hell of a player. And i think it's irresponsible and absurd for us to judge a guy in shorts and a t-shirt more than we do in pads and to start saying things about somebody that you quite. Frankly don't know enough about the local coverage in houston with do shawn watson. now you have sponsors. Who are starting to fall by the wayside. Has anything changed locally with sean. Payton dan four months ago. If you just said sean and we've talked. And we have about him about his game and if he demanded trade and all that but before that even and this what's going on now the court of public opinion would've been. He was held his high regard on and off the field. Is anybody was in their city. Any quarterback in a player. Charity giving great teammate Just just a great a great person. A great football player. The i'm just going by the court of public opinion. I i would not implying guilt either way. Both sides deserve to be heard and let the system. Take you know the justice. Play it out. And then we'll make an opinion but the court of public opinion. It's one hundred eighty degrees different than it. Was dan for all the stuff. They said that he was then the majority of the people that come on my show or the talk and houston is one hundred eighty degrees different now regardless of what happens unfortunately or depending on how you look at it his his reputation the damage that's been done by this or by him is going to take a long time and i don't know if he'll ever be able to fix it but the court of public opinion is now is He's not gonna play it down this year. Or what have you. This is even before we know of guilt is there but because people are saying well are twenty two people line. Four people forced too much wants too much. It's it's one hundred eighty degrees different than what we thought about The shawn watson or what. The public thought about the shawn watson four months ago. Is he tradeable today. No i mean now. There's always somebody who's who if as we sit today. And i asked that question yesterday just as we sit today no one what we do and don't know can you trade him or would you take him. I don't know how you can now four months from now we gave me saying. Yeah you can trade him and yeah you could take him because it's all been cleared up but right today you're basically saying your team. One side and devalue her diminishing the importance on the other side. Football's not more important it. We have to wait. So the texans so to other teams so does anybody passing judgment on both sides. We have to wait. Dan because if somebody did take him on the simply you'd be giving him away as a football player. I think. Just the pr move. And what's good for your franchise. You can't move him and you can't. You cannot trade for him today. He sean salisbury. The host of the sean salisbury. Show sports talk seven ninety in. Houston you had twelve starts in your career. You won six of those twelve starts. But if i look at the ratio of starts to quality quarterbacks you defeated you might be up there as one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time because hall of fame close woes. You beat jim everett. You beat bubby brister you break beat brett farve. You be john elway. You beat steve young. You beat jim harbaugh and guess what six zero against the. It's the only reason why. Because i didn't play any of them. That's okay it's okay you you you gotta the country. You went to canada. If you want to know how great by starts were at how quiet. Just ask me. And i'll remind about it all the time. If you ran into far would you say how long would it take before you'd say yeah beat you brett i i'd say you know it's still hate it. Hovers over him loss to south. Jerry i would say hey. Brad scraped the last time we saw we were hanging out and having a blast of elway turn and by the way. I beat both you guys. So you know undefeated. And we're steve young gatt. I walked his rear into while all three of those guys are weird mustard color jackets. And i'm sitting here. Paulie sean salisbury. Stats against one of these guys. Yeah you gresh on your thirty twenty thirty. Three to ninety two and two touchdowns far had three interceptions and no touchdowns oh and by the way just by the way way what else have good. Step away in a storm. Of course i beat him in his building. I went in there in front of his family and the nfl player of the week. Just so you know thank you bye. They're all laughing at me saying hey everybody and finds the little six times in their career. Now there you go. Thank you sean. Have a great week. It's great to talk to you. I love you guys. I appreciate you. Having me. On sean salisbury. Morning host. sean salisbury show. Sports talk seven ninety in houston. Thanks for listening to the dan. Patrick show podcast be sure to catch us. Live every weekday morning nine to noon eastern or six to nine pacific on fox sports radio. Find your local station for the dan. Patrick show at fox sports radio dot com or stream. It live every day on the iheartradio app by searching f s r stream. It live on the peacock. It's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accepted. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards. Luckily there's forward a new approach to primary care that surprisingly personal and refreshingly straightforward forward never makes you feel like just another patient backed by top rated doctors and the latest tech forward gives you access to personalized care whenever you need it. 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The poll question. We're going to go with and we'll get to darius rucker. What's the best nine team sport event of the year. I thought you were going. Best wrestler. Can we do that. I didn't know if i got the approval to do that. We can do it. Just because darius has a favorite absolutely so so we could do it tomorrow. We have the ms on tomorrow. The choices that we came up with we crowd is a little bit. Where the rock. Steve austin randy savage andre the giant rick flair and a couple of other newer ones. That i didn't even now. But that's who growing cogan hell cogan. Yeah but i know who darius rucker is gonna take like he is invested in this race is one of those names is grammy award winning country star. I've lost track of. How many number one songs you have. That's how damn good you are good. See a brother know. How many is it now. You gotta another number ten ten. Yes you're sort of the mariah carey of country. Aren't you know she has a lot of number one hits. Yeah but it's like you know. I got i got ten. I think florida georgia line been eighteen. What about george strait georgia's sixty two. How many how. Many number one hits does george strait up. Forty four forty really. I thought it was sixty one. That's it forty forty two. he's the goat. Is he the goat of country. No probably the go to catch pride johnny cash. He's probably new. yeah. I'll second. That i actually saw george strait last night. He did like performing. We were cutting the Charley pride special chris. Emt and he was there. We talked for. Did you ever meet johnny cash now. Never got to meet johnny cash. I wish list. Yeah i wish i would've. I wasn't smart enough at the time to understand how great he was like. It's weird there's certain guys. Like i'm i saw sinatra at the very end of his career. I'm glad i did. But i wish i would've yup. I know exactly what you mean. Yeah yeah yeah. I mean johnny is as big as he is. I still think he's under. I mean i think he was demand. I listened to songs now in trying to catch man but when he went to folsom prison and sang the who songs in front of the inmates. And yeah you got to hear the whole story label. Total she do this. We're not gonna put it out. You can't do it. And he told them the basic kisses but when we made the record over. It's a classic. Did you ever do a cover of johnny cash. I close br some prison blues. Alcon yeah all right. So my masterpiece is Out now that's the new single that follows the most recent number one single beers in sunshine. Yeah absolutely man not going good for there is all right now just talking about dan you talk about over the third person you let me. Do it do that. Mariah carey mariah carey. You're a diva you are diva. I told okay so. I you have a favorite wrestler. I have to bury their tied at number one of course ric flair and i believe glove and been mentioned dusty. Rhodes stay but the thing is. It's all your boys. Don't realize that both roads was probably the sec of all. It's a northern boys. But you bought the robe when we were at the jim valvano celebrity golf event. And i just remember going wait. You're going to spend that much money on a road to it. Was almost fifty thousand dollars man but it was worth it. I still got my closet right now. Where you can you go get it. Yeah okay so. I was there. This is when michael jordan bought a motorcycle. Who did you see roy williams. He bought a motorcycle. Roy williams wife and i think they still have it. But you start to see people spending all this money. And all of a sudden had ric flair's robe and darius starts bidding and i go. Oh my god. And then i go and this is a A match used a house bathroom. Okay that is nature boy. That is pretty special. It's like elvis. It is he was at the house the other day. I made them put it on. Put it on. Just put it on real quick. Put it on real quickly. So darius has got his ric flair hopeless at that reckless coming back. Okay okay okay. What was the conversation like when you went home with that robe. I'll single at the time they'll cover the body conversation with you were them. I'm sitting the houdini boys and there's other guys with me and i'm turning to those guys going. Y'all got me right where you guys were swimming in money back. Then where you about that time. It was starting to rule. Okay you're single and you could afford that and it's the prize. Because i got some great stuff much worse collection. And that's like they're the dolphins you're set on your quarter by the way you know you became. You became a rams fan for a little while this last year when dolphins rams game. But you you you had a friend who was rams fan and you began rams fan for a little while. You're the guy that the dolphins make you cry and your rams fan fan. I was just hoping my friends support the okay so you you're a fan of the fan of the rams okay now because i didn't know if you jumped ship i didn't know if you're not a dolphins fan ever man you to get my cat to touched up ready to go so you're sold on the dolphins all everything they did super bowl now. You say that every year the moves were making. I love what they're doing it in the front office. I love sports. I i love to. I think it's going on. I mean this could be here. You know i'm telling you know. Look i love the fact that you never jumped off the bandwagon. Never management we. Haven't i always. I always say we have won the super bowl. Since i was seven and i'm fifty four. Wow it's a long time forty seven years ago way. We're coming up on our anniversary this week. At augusta was the first time we actually crossed paths. But you guys didn't say anything to me because you didn't think that i would know who you guys were at the true story we. We were too scared to come. We'll talk to you. 'cause i think one of us said like let's keep he's to. He's not gonna care even even now. Same thing i care. I don't care i don't care but nineteen ninety four ninety four. Yeah seeing you wanna play a little my masterpiece there with the dares. We do that. I would talk to the vocals. If i knew when the vocal started. But i'm going to get the mobile is one of my songs. Are you going to start right here. With darius rucker born with a heart of the rule and so did. I realize. We're to been all. I never knew i was meant to do battle age. Sandstone made castle. Plato sistine chapel jobs. There's let's good stuff. Thank you man good. Have you ever done a one. Take song. Either with houdini. Blowfish or on your in your solo career. You mean like in the studio. Yeah just one one one and done i have. I have But i've done it where i did it. They did two three more and took the first one. But okay okay yeah. I'm you know it's seamus. Let's move along but you remember the song that you took the first take on The letter cry was one of the was was was the first take. And then we fixed it up a little bit Believe wagon wheel looming. Get it out. Have you heard from bob dylan yet about wagon wheel me. A picture of the check that he gets. That's not true not true. But i'm sure the big and made it a hit and now you gotta sing it the rest of your career. I have a model in my life. That i don't put any some of my record. I'm not willing to sing for the rest of my life. And that's the product i mean. If i sing three songs. I have one. I got a single. You gotta do wagon wheel. Hold my hand the rest of your life. The rest of your life okay. Are you ready for this. This master's draft already okay. We're doing this now. Explain to me how we're doing okay. It's a snake draft okay who all's in all the danettes miata in you. I let you go. You go look for it. We have you already got it. Set up already you go i. I'm gonna go dustin johnson. God all right Fritzy your next. I am going to take mr justin thomas right mclovin. Oh i gotta go bryson d shambo all right. Why okay. I take that back. He's still try. Hit the ball. Hit the ball over the trees in augusta and two. If he gets to troubles it's over. He's trying to drive the first green today. Go far better. Hit it Senior next jon rahm polly. It's been a while for this guy. Rory mcilroy all take jordan speak and on the way back down. I'm gonna take. Patrick can't lay So now it comes back to paulie. He's got one knee but it's pretty good books kepco. Okay all right. Seton o'connor i'm gonna take collin morikawa. Okay mic club. Tony fee now tony in the female all the trade. There's no there's territorial rights here because he's a brother of fritzy webb simpson. All right and then you get another one. No no then darius go. I'm gonna take daniel berger who am i. Man patrick reed k. You're one of the few people who likes patrick reed right. i do. But he's kind of bad he does what. He's a good dude. He's got a bad reputation. I like i like to go to keep okay then. You don't have to apologize. Who's next fritzy. I'm gonna take bubba watson who was just on our show. Okay all right got bubba. Mclovin is take my guy. Victor victor hobgoblins. Okay seton can't believe andrew just still victor from me. anyway zander. shaath is still on the board. Welcome to the teams zander. Polyester collin morikawa. He's gone. He's gone off the board pick. You should at that name miss polly then you have to pick last fine. I'm gonna take cameron smith. And so then. It's paulie and then that's it. You gotta pick two and then paul. Oh okay oh no you're right you pick one. That's right if we're only doing what we people are we doing. It's three three rounds. Okay okay got. I have my three paulie. You had the last pick here. It's been a longtime jason day Explain how how is worth now. It's under par strokes under par combined all three golfers okay Then how how do we well. You don't get the under-par i give to the it's If all three guys make the cut then you get their total there. Is that right. That's what we came up with. Yeah yeah. I think that. I think we had that conversation. And it's awesome of a darius to Put up the nature boy robe as part of that. Is that not part of the contest. That that's not part of the private dinner can be expensive with you guys expensive. We the last time you were in new york and you add a number one hit and we went to dinner and dan order the one you. You actually lost money making that album. I think after after that dinner. Oh man i loaded up because i said hey. Are we celebrate. And he goes bleep. Yell and i go all right. So i didn't look at the wine list right to left. I looked at it from left to right. And i just remember. I think we might have been too drunk to let the price. The cost impact us that night. I think it was the next day. And you're like what did you order last night. Every was a good night though. We have black Great glad you're doing well. And the new single is my masterpiece that follows the record tenth number one single beers in sunshine. Oh by the way he was named the southern of the southerner of the year. What what do you get for that. I got a key to the south. I got a little blurb in southern living magazine it. That's so you're the southerner of the year. I'm this other of the year. I'd like to thank everybody. Who voted for me again and by the way since i had to send you your grammy back as has had the grammy's been nice to you since then did it help you at all. Actually one another one that you said about okay with. I'm glad that i sent that. They're all right there now. They're all right there. Yeah they're sitting around sitting there. Wait that's your night table. That might table in my room. They're just sitting under their see. Why why couldn't. I have kept one in the man cave. I don. I thought it was great. But i don't know they. They got some some some crazy rules. I don't know you know they send it to you. Get a thing that says like based they still belong to the grabby so you know oh okay i just got this panic message from you like dude. You got to send me my grammy back. And i'm like what i couldn't believe it or not gonna stick man look another one. That's okay. I got three. You're no george strait. George speight vince. Gill vince gill's house to do thirty. Four what are you doing. How do you get thirty four. Grab as got well. You're sorta like me. When i go to bob costas house. Yes because box. Bob got twenty five sports. Emmys like he gives him out at halloween. That's that's how many he has maybe on cross paths with year. Soon i hope so man i met you love you brother thank you. That's darius rucker is very popular. Thanks for listening to the dan. 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You've got to kind of walk a straight line and you know. Walk a straight line but we'd rather step out every once in a while side homeless. Try podcast and i didn't even really know what it was at the time. I just knew we could freely speak. He's like what is it. I'm like i'm not sure he's like but i'm in. We want wear off runnin. What's the goal. I think to create a platform. We're able to tell our own stories I think for so long other people have told our stories and some people done a good job but some people have put their spin on it. And i think for people who've actually walked in our shoes To be able to tell our own stories especially especially in this day and age. Sometimes you can get that player to relax. That's the goal but sometimes that person may not know they're kind of walking into something that could get him in trouble. I the good. The good thing about our platform is we come off as we were i most zone out leaves so they come in and free and open because as you walk until studio you see me being ourselves. You know the same people. We are on and off the camera. So i think i think we welcome for people to come in and and be and be their unfiltered itself. Because that's how we live our lives. You know we were. I most is on our sleeves so you know. This is a platform for people to be there. They're real sales and not the person that everybody expect them to be being on tv ibn athlete. Did you ever interview anybody that you didn't like when you started the interview like them after the interview i wouldn't say i would probably say Didn't know as well or even something weird actually just talking about the other day even people we think we know. Well we actually sit down and interviewing we learn so much more but i'll say one person that I was pleasantly surprised with and didn't really understand. His impact in the space was jim gray and his imprint In this space over you know however long. He's been doing it. I think thirty forty plus years to just to kind of understand. You know having ali's first and last interview and everyone in between. I love that he was one of our favorite interviews and he was when his name came up on my jim j. Jim gray the interview. Yeah okay we could definitely do jim crow but i just had a whole newfound appreciation form once we are done talking because his his i mean his the trail he set is going to go down in history as one of the greatest ever do it. I call him the forrest. Gump of sports broadcasters. Because he's been everywhere. Thank you bring up a name. And the jim gray was there. It's like elvis at the white house. Jim gray was there so know. He's he's interviewed. Everybody who came up with the title all the smoke we put name. We opened it up to our our fans to kind of think of a name and then oddly enough. My sister came up with the name. So i told i i don't remember going to offer someone like twenty five hundred if they can come up with the name but since my my family came up with the name i just kind of charge it to the game so i just gave a hug. Thank you but all the smoke is not what we think. All the smoke is correct. I think literally if is i mean some some some days were blowing down here. I'm not gonna lie to you. Dan and it's you can barely see. I could barely see my counterpart but for the most part i think all the smoke has several different meanings that i just think. It's kind of an altered view of information. We're bringing us. You know we're we're we're bringing you a lot of smoke all smoke however you want to say it so i guess a couple of different meanings for you know we cover each of them stephen. Are you better high. When you're interviewing dan. i'm never not high okay even now even now even even know really bake. You can an eat wake in each edibles. We wake in bak- early in the day or later in the day it doesn't matter because at the end of the day This is this is nothing new to us and we don't do things for for people are to be positive to be popular. You know these these. These are things that we've been doing whole career to keep us active to keep was saying to be able to make it through the ups and downs of life and this has worked for us. This is this is what you say. If it ain't broke. Don't fix it. And i worked for me. Let me add to that. Though dan i would say it's better to get jack early. Because if we have three interviews sometimes i to elbow. Sometimes i catch up not enough mid interview so i would say. Get jack earlier than later called with matt barnes and stephen jackson. What's first question. You would ask paul pierce if you had him on. We've had him. We had paul rl lately right. Yeah i mean. I'm going to be honest with you. I wouldn't ask him now because he's not doing nothing that nobody don't do. I think just the fact that it was on camera that and people you know want want to judge them for but that's done everywhere all athletes do it. It's just not on camera so for people to just judge him for having fun and having a good time. Yes shouldn't have been no camera. Yeah you gotta be more proud of what you do. When you represent a company a company like espn but at the same time all players do it. And there's people that work at disney do it. They just don't care. I think that kind of goes back to what i said earlier. dan you know about jack and i be able to walk that straight line but sometimes we'd like to step off that line and you know we've done everything pretty much you saw in pause video. We've just it hasn't been on camera. You know what i mean and we don't want to speak for other people but we know other people do it too. I just think it was a combination of all of it on camera. And i it being disney. You know it was a little hard. So i was actually surprised i spoke to someone who worked at. Espn that night. You know. I was like yo paul going to be okay and you know the person. They don't like what he did. But you know. I'm not sure if there's much they can do and then you know a day later. He's fired so i it's very unfortunate. You know we're big fans of paul and we know he'll land on his feet but you just got to kind of be careful this day and age. i guess. What's the biggest tab you guys put up a club. Twenty thousand two thousand but see what you gotta realize though when we when we go to clubs the team. I've been on a team we've been on. We all go out as a team. So that twenty. Thousands of being broke down between millionaires. So it's really not that much money we always together. We had a situation in new york not too long ago. We got the company card and did a little bit of damage on it just myself jacket and a couple of people buying everyone shots in the restaurant. How much how. Much man what was it. I don't know. I don't want to say it out loud because brian five dinner dinner for two or dinner for three ended up costing five thousand. We a little bit of fun. What's one question you would wanna ask michael jordan. Oh man oh man. I think i wanna ask him to come on. I'll show it's a good one. I like that you are stephen. No that's not a good question. I need the second question. Then i think the more important him coming on our show right now i four. I four more sorry. I would like to ask him. I've seen him. He's kind of opened up a little bit more in the last. Maybe two three four years. And i think really since kobe's passing. His speech at the funeral was was incredible and what he brought to. That moment was incredible and just kind of ask. Him is seeing kobe. It be more open. Be more more open. Superstars is that encouraged him to do it a little more. Because he's someone we've always kinda wanted to know what is like behind the scenes. I think his his his his dock last the last dance really lead us into a side of mike. We've never been able to see because he know social media and cameras went around back then he's one of you know a lot of people's favorite person favorite players just we. We'd like to kind of see a little bit more behind the scenes. Obviously we want to respect his privacy and he's not that type of person we understand. But i think you know the last few years we've been kind of seeing him open up more and more and we just like that to continue and it was kind of interesting to that you. Kobe started out his adversaries and then grew closer. Because if one moment there which. I don't know how often that happens. But you know you have the flinch and then all of a sudden you know you guys eventually become very good friends. Yeah i mean that was a you know coping myself kind of started. I met him in in ninety eight when i went to. Ucla you know him coming to la at eighteen. He was young he was at around. Ucla all the time so we'd see him he'd be playing pickup games with the summertime. He would he would workout in pali stink back in and watch him train so it kinda just became like a while. Okay i'm gonna have to eventually guard someone like this one day to eventually making the league and then just respecting each other. No one every time you know we. We played each other. I really look forward to it. And then You know kind of came to a head in orlando two thousand ten with the ball fake and then after that season you know he called me up in literally said you know anymore crazy enough to me as crazy enough to play with me. Do you want to be a laker. And literally three days later. I was a laker. We went from opponents to teammates two brothers because we were both going through a lot of stuff off the court that season. So we were bonding on and off the court you know going dinner hanging out spend time together and i got a chance to really know him as a person. Not just the basketball player. You guys have had some great interviews even even when you had calvin johnson on that is nickname was butter fingers in highschool. And imagine that. I know and then stephen basically said you know. How do you get from butter fingers to mega truck. A hell of a transformation. It was great. Yeah like by the steve nash chris. Paul durant zine is a sponsor. I was wondering about that. That'd be something good idea. That's a good idea. You might you might. You might be able to there and we we're gonna have we're gonna have our internal team hit them up steven if he were playing in your free agent and you had to pick the nets or the lakers to play for. Who would you play for. Nets the nets. Yes because easy. I'm good. I'm good friends with macari I'm more of a fan of k. D. than anybody and carried it anybody. I love the. I would love to play with them. It's hard to say. Not play the brain but i have a relationship with those guys in brooklyn so i'm more of a lawyer. Got in the fan. What about you. I would say lakers. I'm a california guy to run with them with you. Know with kkob in and we didn't get it done. So i would love to try to run back the brandon them and try to get a ring as a laker. Who's the better player between you. Two right now me. By far by far yes far. I don't play basketball. And how long were years the. I don't play basketball all time leading score on the big three i got i got him a trophy for that to where where is that trophy. The big three. I it in the garbage. A good luck with the show and great to talk to you guys you know. I'm i'm glad that you've found something. That is missing in that opportunity for somebody to walk in there and it's almost like a safe space that walking in and you guys identify you understand and when you ask a question it's like this your version of the barbershop absolutely the smoke shop. That's what we wanted radio. It wasn't so much a stick a microphone in your face interview situation. We wanted to create kind of like a man cave situation where there's no cameras if there was no cameras you know how how conversation go and that's what we try to create and we've been able to do that so we appreciate that and we definitely need you on the show and you get some times. Do i would kind of questions. Are we getting now. We're going to get all kinds of the questions. You just gotta make sure you eat a couple edibles with you you you. You were one of the first guys to interview us. Well not only that. 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What Happens To The Stuff You Donate?

Fresh Air

49:02 min | 1 year ago

What Happens To The Stuff You Donate?

"From whyy in Philadelphia. I'm terry gross with fresh air. Lots of us have too much stuff. And that's led to a whole new industry for instance the proliferation formation of storage lockers. Depending on where you are people can actually pay more per square foot for a storage unit than they would for residential rental space. So we're actually paying more to store stuff than we are sort of distort ourselves. Another option is cleaning out your locker your drawers and closets and donating stuff off to the goodwill or thrift store your average thrift store and only sells about one third of the stuff that ends up on its shelves today. We'll talk about what happens. Wants to the rest of it with journalists at Minter who covers the waste and recycling industries his new book secondhand about the afterlife of donated clothes and Electronics onyx and Ken Tucker reviews the new comeback album by Hootie. And the blowfish. After you clean out your closets and drawers or downsize to a smaller home what happens to the clothes furniture electronics. You drop off at the goodwill or your neighborhood thrift store more specifically what happens to the stuff they can't sell now and there's plenty of it. My guest at a mentor has tried to find out the answer by traveling to the places where secondhand goods are collected bought repurpose repaired and sold old in the US Asia and Africa. He's the author of the new book. Secondhand travels in the new global garage sale. His previous book Junkyard Guard Planet was about the recycling industry. Three generations of his family were in the junk business. He is reported on the waste and recycling industries for nearly two decades cades. He's now a columnist for Bloomberg opinion and is based in Malaysia. Adam Minter welcome back to fresh air. I interviewed you after your previous book. Junkyard Junkyard Planet was published and in preparing for the interview. Today I read that your mother died two weeks after publication of that book. So I don't Yeah No. I think I probably spoke to you before that anyways. I'm sorry You talk about this in the book in the way that it's relevant to the book in that you're living in a small apartment in Shanghai at the time and after your mother died like you couldn't take her stuff to your home. There was no room was too far away and that was one of the things that got you thinking a lot about reuse. Yeah it was I remember quite clearly. She was at the reading that we we had in Saint Paulin and a few days later she passed away and you know what happened is what happens to a lot of American families are sort of two periods of grieving living in a way There was the grieving of my mother passing. But then you're sort of left with the material legacy of her life. You know her property the things that were in her small apartment assignment. The things that we found out were stored in relatives basements and it became the responsibility of my sister. And I figure out what to do with those things and and neither either of US really were in a position to take anything. She lived in a small apartment in New York. As you said I was in Shanghai and so it took over a year of US coming in and out of town town occasionally You know giving things away may be taking a piece or you know something a picture out of the boxes and finally we got to the end of it and and we were left staring at her China and neither of US wanted to let it go because we knew she loved that China And it was sort of a you take it. No you take it no you take it And finally we said let's take it to the goodwill and when we were you know waiting to drop off in the drive thru drop off at the goodwill in Hopkins. Minnesota occurred to me that this is probably the start of a book. Do you know what happened to the China. Well I didn't. I was sitting there thinking you know. I don't know what happens to this. I follow waste eastern recycling all over the world. That's what I've been covering for years but I don't know actually what happens once that China goes through that door and so it occurred to me this. This is a very interesting subject and I'm probably the person to do it and so I started talking to people about you know if they knew what happened to that stuff and nobody really knew knew what happened beyond the donation door at goodwill. Yeah I just wanted to say about that have for I think for all of us. Who have somebody in the family? Who who died? You know you go through their stuff the stuff that you give away you WanNa really believe that like it's GonNa find a good home you know good you feel like your parent or or you know whoever cared about it. It was a part of their lives. You don't WanNa just put it in their trash and on the other hand. What are you going to do with it? So yeah you give it to the thrift store and then like you never know but it it it has a special meaning you want it. You WanNa think found a good home so as part of your research for for this book you went to a goodwill in Arizona where people were bringing carloads of stuff from the flea market because they couldn't sell it at the flea market okay so these are the things that like. Nobody really wanted to buy them now. The raw goodwill So what are the standards at at Goodwill Salvation Nation Army and You know private thrift stores that you want to keep everything that we give them no And and that's exactly what I did. I literally sat on a chair sometimes at the donation door at a goodwill in Tucson Arizona and watch the stuff come through the door and it's amazing as the things that come through the door at goodwill and I would literally follow it. Walk with it. You know to the sorting areas and and it was. It was really surprising to me. I didn't know what I I was expecting but I. I didn't expect the level of sophistication of sorting that you find at a goodwill You know I think we just sort of think of it. As well whatever's trash throw in the trash and then the rest of it gets put on the shelves but but they're very sophisticated about how they price these things for the community that surrounds the particular goodwill's They you look at the quality of the objects decide if certain things belong at their boutiques goodwill increasingly has sort of a higher end secondhand Outlet you know within their system and so they may be priced the stuff higher and make more money from it it so they. They really know what they're doing. And the level of knowledge of what we throwaway as extraordinary I think them almost as anthropologist disorders in those rooms But the staunching thing to me was even with all that sophistication of sorting your your average thrift store in the United States only sells about one third of the stuff that ends up on its shells and the rest of the stuff ends up somewhere else. Snow it may not end up in the trash in fact more often than not. It doesn't there's there's other outlets literally outlets where for example a goodwill they'll send them to what's called an outlet center and so let stuff by the a pound rather than individually priced or. It goes into the export markets in many cases and goes overseas. I was surprised to read about at some of the things that don't sell at thrift stores. Things that you think. At least that I think I had value like the examples you gave are like Oak. Dining room sets exercise equipment. A big old oak dining room set has very little resale value in a thrift store. Well there's a couple problems problems with a big Oak. Dining room set one. It's it's really really heavy and it's really hard to move and people walk in and they may say well you're GonNa give me that Oak dining room set for twenty five dollars in. It might have cost hundreds if not thousands years before but but I'm gonNA actually have to put it in my car or my pickup truck and move it and you know in in Contemporary America. a lot of the people who are shopping. These thrift stores buying You know furniture out of them are people who move a lot so you know someone someone who moves a lot isn't going to necessarily want to be moving constantly a three hundred pound oak dining room table and what about exercise equipment used exercise equipment for some reason. People just don't like to move at one. It's it's really kind of awkward. A treadmill is not an easy thing to put in the back of your car Unless it's one of those ones that upset. Yeah so what happens to the oak dining room set and the old exercise equipment that the thrift store cannot sell so the exercise size equipment. A lot of that stuff ends up. If it's there's a lot of metal in it it might go to a recycler and they'll break it apart and at least get some of the metals out of it Sometimes that stuff may though oh end up in a in a dumpster and just going to end up in the landfill the OAK dining room set it depending on where you are It may then move to another charity. And that's something the thing that surprised me as well as we think of you know goodwill or Salvation Army as the final destination but in some cases there are other destinations beyond them. There are for for example You know here. In the twin cities there is a a charity called bridging which will actually take furniture heavy furniture from a other thrift stores thrift operations nations. And and then give it away or help you know immigrant families or destitute families Furnish their homes with it but it is the case and I really looked into this that you will see some of this very nice oak furniture if it can't be sold it will end up in the landfill well so we started off talking about Clearing in your mother's home of her possessions after her death and how how kind of challenging and emotionally fraught that was so many people are in that situation and a whole industry has developed out of that and also out of people moving a lot and they can't or don't WanNa take everything with them So whoa why. Don't you describe this this new clean out industry that's developed sure and it's it's not just in the United States it's international but it's been driven by two factors really Demographics and affluence so as as populations age and children children move away from home you have an increasingly elderly population in the United States for example That wants to downsize. For whatever reason you know into retirement agrement housing or or some other kind of senior housing and that means that they need to get rid of their stuff that they've accumulated for a lifetime so this profession has existed assisted for centuries in a sense. There's always been scavengers going to people's homes as they leave them but now it's taken on sort of a new tent and what they do is they. They sort of counsel counsel people on helping them get rid of the things sometimes. Encourage them sometimes nudge them and then help them. Make the move so In the United States there's actually a association the Association of National Association of managers with over six hundred members companies that belonged to it and they are constantly helping people reduce reduce their stuff and encouraging them to do it and I also document a similar phenomenon in Japan where you have thousands of these companies and it's slightly different there because Japan's population is shrinking. So there aren't necessarily even errors for this stuff so it's it's a it's an even more pressing the duty if you will. And in some cases they're hired by governments governments to just help clean out these apartments and figure out where to put the stuff so do people in the cleanout industry decide for you what you should keep and what you should throw away. Well no I mean in the back of their mind they certainly do. I mean they'll walk into a home and they've seen a lot of these and they'll say you know you don't need your grandmother's China and your mother's is China and probably you don't need yours but the challenges in many cases with seniors as they down size is sort of convincing them of that fact and so you know one of the things you see a happened during these kinds of clean outs. Sort of nudging them along You know telling them that. Hey we can bring the somewhere where it will get reused and over and over. Are you get the sense if you're around clean outs your round move managers and year round people who are downsizing or in many cases if they're downsizing what was left behind by their their parents after they've passed away. There's almost this primal need to feel that your stuff or your parents. Your grandparents stuff is wanted in used and so part of I wouldn't say the I would say it's not a trick. It's more technique. is to sort of nudge. People Long. Yes there is somewhere for this stuff to be used. We can take get some all ensure you that somebody will want this. And that's that's a really big part of it so the cleanout industry is basically like I'm a moving. I'm downsizing whatever here's all the stuff I don't need I don't want I don't want up the burden of Ti figuring out what to do with it are taking it someplace. I'll hurry you. You deal with it. Yeah in many in many respects. That's true but y'all deal with it but sometimes you're gonNA come in and deal with it with me and you're almost like a counselor counselor. I mean the very best of clean professionals that I spent time with the kind of reminded me of therapists. You know and again it was it was you know having to sit with somebody somebody and and and and explain to them. You know you know you don't need this in that person explaining to the cleanup professional this wedding China you know when it was given to me fifty fifty sixty years ago I was going to keep it forever. You know and now I'm downsizing you're asking me to let go of this wedding China which you know isn't just this material thing that I put in a cabinet and it looks pretty but it's it's really a part of my identity and what's so emotionally jarring and I found myself many times in the course of these Clean outs that. I witnessed a few emotional as well as you see people really taking apart their identities. Because you know in Contemporary America in Japan where I spent a bunch of time I mean we increasingly sort of build up who we are on the basis of the things that we have owned and acquired over the years. So that's why you sort of need this counsellor. The therapist in many cases is to help you do this or to help your parents grandparents do this. There's also the whole Marie condo phenomenon. Where like you're supposed to keep? What brings you joy and discard everything? Everything else. So that you can downsize Do you think that that whole that. Whole approach is having an effect on the re-use use business? Well you've certainly heard from goodwill's In particular that When when the Macondo television show was very popular You know back in January. I believe it was that they saw a surge in donations and and that's continued but Sort of anecdotally. What I think has happened happened? Is You know people have decluttering but more often than not just given them more room to acquire more stuff and and you know and that's very interesting because I think some folks sort of embraced. Marie Condo is almost A sustainable movement and ecological movement downsize your stuff but but interestingly she's never been Ben Somebody who's sort of embraced that view of what she does. In fact it's just in recent weeks that she announced her own product line of organizing. You know materials boxes et Cetera Cadarache. She's always been more about sort of personal edification. And and you know. In in these. Contemporary Consumer Societies personal identification is often revolves around consumption and so I don't think it's it's helped. So one of the things. You point out in your book that as of twenty seventeen they were fifty. Four thousand thousand mini storage sites in the US. And I know just driving around Philadelphia there. Are these storage sites like all over And I think I've got some part. Because so many of us live in apartments or homes. You know that are just really too small for our needs and there's no closet space so you ran a closet space. I think a lot of people know this drill or you know your your your. You've just moved to town and you need a place to store. Are Your staff until you actually find place to live. But what impact is that having all these mini storage sites on what you're looking at which is the U. Reuse Industry. Yeah well it's there sort of a In the mini storage sites are sort of a a a symptom of this metastasized accumulation That that we do And that's why you see them. Continue to sprout up and I actually went on clean outs. That were in storage units. After we finished you know cleaning cleaning out the house then you go to the storage units. I opened the book with one of these storage unit clean outs and it's it's it's really troubling in some ways because I Ah depending on where you are. people can actually pay more per square foot for a storage unit than they would for residential rental space. So we're actually pain more to store stuff than we are sort of distort ourselves You know for the reuse industry. It's sort of a mixed blessing. I mean the reuse industry thrives arrives on having access to stuff in particular good stuff but increasingly what we see in the United States is in particular. Is that the quality of the stuff that people are acquired because we're acquiring more every year is declining so all that stuff. That's filling up. These storage units isn't isn't necessarily what my grandma were all merchandise it stuff. That's going to go in the donation door at a thrift store and ultimately going to find its way you know into into a dumpster a recycling bin. It's not going to be reused because the quality isn't good enough to be reusable. Exactly I mean it's just it's a decline in quality over. Aw I mean if you think back you know say twenty twenty five years ago A television that was ten years old was something that could be reused. It could be refurbished furbish reuse because those were tube television. CRT's is called in the industry. They were for you know. They're very heavy but they were also very robust. But these days you can go and you you can buy yourself a flat panel television at an electronics retailer. I saw over. You know the recent black Friday period And you can buy that flat-panel for one hundred fifty dollars but in a sense you get what you pay for. You get a cheap television that maybe we'll last three years so you know when you go to storage units and see these flat-panel TV's You know sitting in them. Somebody may have thought. Well I'M GONNA I'm just GONNA stored here for a couple of years by the time it's opened up and people say it's time to donate the stuff. That's not merchandise. That's something that's going to go to an electronics. Recycler cycler and that kind of phenomenon is increasing. The volume of stuff is increasing but the volume of good stuff Amongst the stuff if you will is declining okay. So let's get back to the thrift stores. How do they sorta to decide what's going to trash or the landfill and what's what's happening to the rest of it? Sure well if let's let's use apparel as as a as an example if you go to the donation Rooms and sorting in rooms. I spent time in Tucson You know the there'll be you know large carts full of clothing and they will go to sword irs who First of all sort of have a they have almost like a flow chart it just. It's it's a list of brands. There will be some. I think it's around eighty five to ninety brands on their And they will tell the sorters how to price those but on top of that they go through and they feel the fabric you know. Is it thin. Does it feel like something. That's GONNA fall apart after one to five washes and that's really important. Wouldn't because you can tell these orders brand here and it's it's should be priced to ninety nine but the sorters will tell you you know. These brands are declining in Quality in and I had that conversation over and over they would refer to a brand and say well it used to be a pretty good to ninety nine brand weaning. We'd price at two ninety nine but we really feel it now because it's it's not as good as it was when it was first labeled to ninety nine and when that happens it will go into perhaps been that isn't designed to go out to the store but it might go to what is called an as is been which would be something that's sold to a rag maker or maybe sold a stuffing Recycled pickled in that sense. It's not recycled for use And then you will go through there and you will find garments that simply don't even belong going to the rag makers or the stuffy nep may be we something like undergarments. That may be something. That's just so badly soiled. Um that you couldn't in good conscience Senate anybody so it will go into the trash bin so it's a very very you know there's there's a there's a there's an objective side to it but there's also sort of the subjective side that requires the sword in these rooms just talking about apparel to use their subjective knowledge that they've acquired as they spend time with thousands and thousands of garments over periods of time Ended to make that call. My guest is journalist uninteresting author of the new book secondhand after a break. We'll talk more about the afterlife of the stuff you donate to thrift. Stores will talk about recycling and AMAC growing growing up in a family that owned a junkyard and Ken Tucker will review the comeback album by Hootie and the blowfish. I'm Terry Gross. 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When we left off we were talking about the sorters? The professionals who sort through thrift store donations to determine what can be sold and what can't the garments that are two stained or warn to be sold can often be recycled into rags. So if a sorter determines determines that an article of clothing or a blanket or whatever is no longer usable but it can be recycled for like rags or our stuffing. Does the fabric make a difference. In what the afterlife is going to be as cotton going to be recycled differently than polyester or Vegan leather. The answer to that is yes I always have wanted to report on. What's called the rag industry and it's it's I call them the original recyclers and they've existed for a couple of hundred years as an industrial enterprise? These are companies that take old clothes old hospital gowns old bedsheets and they cut them up into rags that are then sold to everyone from hotels and bars to wipe down counters. Two car washes to wipe down your windshield. And it's it's usually usually the last use of garment or or a bed sheet and is storage. They haven't really had to worry that much about the quality of the fabric coming through their doors fabric that may be bought from thrift. Stores may be bought from hospitals may be bought from hotels but in the last few years. That's it's changed and it's changed. Because clothing became cheaper in the way it became cheaper one of the ways it became cheaper. Is that manufacturers started weaving polyester into the cotton and if you talk to rag makers and it's a really big industry in the United States and around the world it handles probably one third of the clothing. That's tossed out every a year if you talk to them. They'll tell you it used to be that you get Something labeled one hundred percent cotton and it really was one hundred percent cotton but increasingly one hundred percent and cotton doesn't mean one hundred percent cotton and that has a real impact on the recycling. So if you make a rag that say has some polyester in it with that cotton and you you sell it to say an oil and gas company to wipe down leaks as we all know. Polyester picks up static electricity and so that becomes an explosion risk. Wow and and I guess more obvious problem about polyesters at. It's not absorbent for a wreck right exactly and and you know in the rag industry again. It sounds like it's sort of this you know very rudimentary I don't want to say primitive but very basic kind of industry. But it's not. There's a level of sophistication there again. A arrack Todd Wilson of star wipers. That's company. I spent time with for the book. He told me. It's a tool and you need to be able to customize that tool For its use and so If you're you're looking to create an absorbent rag no I mean polyester doesn't absorb anything and that gets really interesting so one of the things I saw. When I was with star wipers they're based in Newark? Ohio is they were actually importing castoffs from textile t shirt factories stories in Bangladesh. And I believe they're getting a load every couple weeks and so these are cuttings from factories in Bangladesh. And they come in and they were they were cotton t shirts maybe maybe they had some polian them. I'm not exactly sure but you know when you buy a new T.. Shirt you know it feels kind of rough in a new T.. Shirt doesn't absorb well the best t shirts the ones you've run run through the wash over and over and over one of the things that star wipers will do that. I found fascinating. They actually have their own laundry. It's credible laundry machine. Looks like a giant Caterpillar pillar and they will wash these new textile so they become soft like an old t-shirt and then they are more absorbent and they can sell them as merchandise. So so what happens. All the polyester close. How are they recycled? They used for stuffing so in many cases. Yeah they're used for stuffing and there is you know that's another side of you could say the rag industry is. There is a large stuffing industry. So polyester close can serve as great stuffing material you know like chairs and sofas so every step along the way in the world of recyclables stuff is weeded out for us and other stuff sent to the next destination because nobody in the previous destination. It's the nation could figure out a use for it so word of the goods. Go to die at the end of the end of this long run. Yeah I mean they end end up in the landfill or incinerator. I mean there is no green heaven if you will. Everything wears out eventually and everything gets tossed out. I mean you know. We don't have many artifacts and many things that were you know from the colonial period in the United States that are in daily use anymore. They're in they are in museums. Or they're they're in colonial landfills if you will and that's and that's the fate of stuff that's the fate of our consumer society. You know if if we spend our time thinking you know this is going to be used perpetually forever even the best made garment you know the most robust smartphone where we're deluding ourselves a bit. Eventually everything has to die And that's that's sort of the dark side of consumerism. Certainly medals can be recycled over and over But you even lose a little little bit of metal every time in the recycling process so so it's sort of it's sort of the the the ultimate story of consumerism. And it's the dark side. We can't really delude ourselves into thinking everything lasts forever. Does it make environmental sense that the goods that can't be sold in the thrift stores in the US many of them get exported to to distant countries and they might get exploited yet again to another country after that. I mean when you think of all of the fuel being used to transport fort these Possessions former possessions. He's these the the stuff I mean. Does it does that make sense it. It does And and there's a couple reasons for that one is we know just from doing what is called a life cycle assessment of products a life cycle assessment assessment is basically where somebody goes and looks at the full environmental impact of a product say a smartphone from manufacturing to disposal. And and you know looks at what the air pollution impacts are the mining impacts the carbon impacts in the one thing we do know. Is that the biggest impact of most products is is the manufacturing site and so if you want to reduce the environmental impact of your consumption the best way to do that is to do not manufacture more stuff in that sense. The best thing you can do is is not buy more stuff and so the longer that your product lasts the longer that you I used that smartphone. The less likely it is that you're going to be buying a new one so the goal really should be to keep your stuff in use for as long as possible. astle whether it's by you or somebody in Ghana or somebody in Cambodia. So in that sense it's a really good thing because if somebody in Cambodia's using your phone they're probably not buying a new cheap handset there in terms of the shipping. That's a really interesting story. And one of the reasons why you've seen globalization of of recycling and re-use work over the years is because people are buying so much new stuff let me give China's an example during the boom boom years of sort of The China US recycling trade. You saw so much A. US recycling move to China in part because China was sending so many boxes exes so many shipping containers of new stuff to the United States and they wanted to get those containers back to China so they could send Americans more new stuff. So what would happen is the shipping companies would massively discount those containers to sometimes around ten percent of what it would cost to send something from China to the US so it made it very cheap to send stuff there but in a sense it was a free ride because those containers going back anyway so many of the places that are buying used goods from developed countries sort of have that same relationship Japan and in Malaysia Malaysia exports a lot of new stuff to Japan. Those containers need to get back to Malaysia. So why not fill them with US stuff. It's kind of. I always think of it as kind of almost like a carbon. Mm Free Free Ride. If you're just joining US my guests is ETA minter. He's the author of the new book. Secondhand travels in the new global garage sale. The cigarette break and we'll talk some more. This is fresh air support for fresh air and the following message come from rocket mortgage by quicken loans. 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You had three generations of people in the drunk business. Yeah dating back to my great grandfather. Who came here? I'm was a rag picker. What did that mean then? Sure well when he arrived in Galveston Texas from Russia. He didn't speak English. Didn't have any skills he he did what you know. So many immigrants did they literally started looking for value or no one else did and that meant walking down the streets of Galveston looking for you know pieces of clothing living that he could sell to a recycler. And as you you know. Get a few pennies in your pocket. Then maybe you start going door to door and asking people you know at their doors. You have some old clothes that you'd like to sell that. I could buy. And then he would go and he would up sell those. If you're good at it go from you. Know carrying around rags in a backpack to carrying them on on a handcart carrying them on a horse-drawn cart to a truck. And maybe at some point acquiring a piece of land where you can do this business. He eventually made his way up to Minneapolis. You know he would deal in anything. Used anything that other people didn't see value in. But he knew he could up sell in some way he ultimately timidly Started specializing in scrap metal and so he founded a scrap metal business up in the twin cities in your family had a junkyard to was this fat metal junkyard. Yeah the Family Junkyard Dame back to my great-grandfather sort of split in there. There were two There's one still there and my father other we we actually had to sell off the The old junk yard in Minneapolis because the city wanted the land. But my father who just turned seventy the eight. He's He's he's in the business still sort of still growing it And the scrap metal junk business. was there like a car flat. Oh sure junked yeah. Yeah I mean you know a scrap yard. Is You know the osias probably GonNa hate this but a scrap yard is a wonderful thing for a small child to grow up in It's a wonderland if you will. I loved as a kid watching our car flatten. Or you know. We were In the in the junk car business and the cars would come in and Peo- pull out the motors and And then it would go into a flat in her. And you'd see these. Cars flattened flattened and then they'd be piled up on trucks and driven in under the steel mill. Where they'd be you know melted into new steel? We had a warehouse which I love to walk around and you know I have very clear memories as a toddler walking around that warehouse and looking into boxes and barrels. And you know there'd be plummer scrapper. There would be electricity scrapper. There would be you know a A defective molds from factory. That was making you know it could be your figurines brass figurines and so it was a real wonderland and as a child child. It it really impresses upon you That there is so much value out there in the world that other people don't see in that value is is an opportunity the For yourself and your family. Are there objects you've saved from your childhood winning you were roaming through the junkyard. Oh absolutely You know the one of the great treasures. I have an still can't believe I have it as a a sign from the great northern railway which is now a defunct railway and there are railway collectors out they are all over the world And something like that is is a real treasure. I have little animal figurines brass figurines. We used to get a lot of those for some reason. And so we would always WANNA grab grab those and and you know. oftentimes the best stuff Ila stuff that I would find with my grandmother who had taken me out into the warehouse and she would go snooping in. The boxes. Often put much to To the Chagrin of my father He would worry about her out there and we would find all kinds of you know of great things oftentimes just figurines and or or or you know a bits of toys or just interesting Even I can remember just interesting brass plumbing scrappy and it'd be an odd shaped pipe and we'd grab it out of there just because we thought it be interesting to put on a shelf so I've watched too many movies. But did you ever find a dead body We did not find a dead body body but I remember very clearly as soon as you brought that up one Halloween seriously. One Halloween the The Minneapolis Police Department towed in in a car In which there had been a shooting in the back seat and it was a bloody bloody mess. It was exactly what you expected to turn up. I Bet your scrap yard on a Halloween and and we flattened it. And you know we didn't get much of that business but I've talked to other scrap yard owners over the years who You know have have recycled that kind of thing over and over it exists and people don't want to keep those cars. What was your reaction when you saw it as a kid I was Fascinated as you know as you know an eight nine year old child Would often be. It didn't scare me. I think are upset me. I think it would upset me a lot if I saw something like that now so I have a recycling question for you sure. I'm really confused right now about what's happening to the plastics and N.. Paper that I recycle. I have heard that China isn't accepting our recycling anymore. At least not as much as they used to. I don't know where it's going instead. I'm not even sure which. Plastics are considered recyclable anymore. And what kind of papers going to not be recyclable. Customers has certain finishes on it. It won't be recyclable. So I just feel like I'm going through the motions and I don't know if I'm really accomplishing anything. So help me out. Sure well well. You are definitely accomplishing. Something and recycling is still a very good thing to do. Metals paper are still widely recycled. There are still still markets for them. they are not as strong as they used to be. And that's in large part because the global economy and especially China's economy has slowed down. And and they were really the engine for for buying that stuff in using it in new goods but if you put you know a piece of paper a piece of cardboard in your recycling bin it's it's going to be recycled in in some form in someplace some of it will be recycled in the United States. And there's more and more Recycling capacity being built in as we speak in the united it states. And that's really exciting. In terms of paper I mean I just you know I I always recommend people follow the guidelines from your municipality or whoever runs your recycling program program you know everybody has different. Markets every municipality has different markets. And and they will tell you what they are capable of selling You know to mills and into do you know whether they are domestic or overseas Plastics in some sense. The same thing you know if they don't have markets for these kinds of plastics that you are generating at home. They're going to tell you whether or not that they can recycle it in there are You know recycling programs in the United States who have started you know limiting the amount of plastic the types types of plastics That they will be willing to recycle in terms of plastics. That can be really easily recycled the one that is easiest and there is always going to be some kind of robust market for is pet. So that's a you know the bottles you get whether it be a water bottle a coke bottle and that can be used in any number borough of different applications from you know bottle to bottle recycling if you will it's also used in clothing A.. P. T. is You know is a is a type of polyester in a sense and so it it can be woven into clothing if you're unsure about a plastic. Should you recycle it or not if you recycle it. And they can't use it. Are you going to be ruining that whole batch so it depends on where you are but generally. If you're unsure I would say put it in the trash and I. I know some of your listeners are going to hate hearing that but the worst thing you can do to sort of your recycling program is to contribute. What's known in the industry is contamination so contamination just means it's a type of material that is not like the other materials you have to think of recycling ultimately your recycling is? It's not an environmental good. It's a commodity and you know you're recycling program is all about creating a commodity that it can sell to manufacturers so if somebody is buying pure wood pulp to make into cardboard boxes. They certainly don't want a bunch of You know M M's represented not to pick on M. and M.'s. But they they don't want plastics in it. It makes it harder to manufacture it may lower the quality of that that wood pulp and the same goes for You know a bunch of Cardboard boxes as you know that you may put into your recycling bin. The last thing you want is to have you know plastic wrappers in there that will make it harder to make a quality product worked from that cardboard. So you know in the first book. I describe you know household recycling. It's not really recycling recycling. What happens at the paper mill? What you're doing in in your home is harvesting? You're harvesting the stuff for the people who are actually doing the recycling and so in a sense to be a good harvester of recycling you WanNa make things as clean and pure as you count. We'll elementary I wanNA thank you so much for talking with us. Thank you for having me at a mentor. Is the author author of the New Book Secondhand after a break rock critic. Ken Tucker will review the new comeback album by Hootie and the blowfish. This is fresh air support ward for fresh air and the following message come from the CBS all access original series. Tell me a story. The new season of tell me a story features three new legendary tails beauty and the beast sleeping beauty and Cinderella and stars. Paul Wesley Danielle Campbell and Natalie Allen Lind sign up now to stream. The new season is enough. Tell me a story. Premiering December fifth exclusively on. CBS all access by visiting CBS. Dot Com slash. Fresh support also comes from. 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Episode 82: What's Wrong With Oral Ritual?

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Episode 82: What's Wrong With Oral Ritual?

"Working interferences is intended for mature audiences since the hosts never grew up someone needs to be the adult. Welcome to working interferences with Josh and the gentler place podcasts for the average dentist. Here is Josh lanes. Bras, what is up welcome working interferences podcast didn't advice show. I'm Joshua Austin and Lance Timmerman forever. Lance, I had an opportunity about a week and a half ago. Yeah. To fulfill the dreams of a seventeen year old Josh Bowman. My goodness. No, it wasn't MRs stiffler situation now than okay less interested. Now kinda kinda turned off now. I get to go. See Hootie and the blowfish. Oh my guys. Oh my God. And I understand that, that may make many of our listeners snicker. Like most maybe. But I graduated from high school in nineteen Ninety-seven. I am a white prep. So that means that Houdini blowfish was instrumental in my teenage years. And so he came to Austin and I got a mazing tickets and I went with my best friend from high school David, and we saying every damn lyric at the top of our voices, every single lyric, except for one song that they saying that was one of Darius Rucker country songs that I don't like I don't do countries. So I didn't know I heard you went country every other soda Marie Osmond. Yes, I guess, successfully, I mean he is country following, I guess, we built it out every damn lyric of every damn UDI song, and it was amazing. And I will not apologize for that Lance okay? I was going to ask you who is like who's your version of Houdini blowfish might go? Hi leisure. Yeah. Like high school band like band that you were into when you're in high school that, like looking back on it. It's kind of a tough look, but still secretly play that album from time to time anything like that. Anything popping up in your in your brain? That's, that's what I really wasn't a high school ish. Or is it like wouldn't be high school? I don't know how would Barry Manilow and Neil diamond fall in there. I'm a fan, although I don't love Barry Manilow, my mom's big into Barry Manilow but I will ride with Neil. I will ride with that. They're awesome. I've seen berry live. I, I wanted to see Neil. And now as Parkinson is such that he asked too. He can't to. He had Parkinson's. I had no idea. Yeah. I would've figured he if he didn't have that he probably have a Vegas, residency or something and be well, I know that if you can checks he, he cancelled a tour a couple years ago because his doctor's orders. So if there's ever a moment where he's like in queens. He's like, I'm gonna play we will be buying tickets. And. Yep. Do you remember gross anatomy, unfortunately? Yeah, I still wake up and cold sweats, every once in a while. Yes. So I used to do this. Neil diamond impersonation we're engrossing Adamy because you don't like the, the cadavers rain tanks and at least at our school they Hanks. Yeah we had tanks. How were your cadaver stored table yet? But that you didn't lower the cadaver like into a tank of formaldehyde. No, we just know we I think we put like maybe a towel over the top and sign someone probably did the people who ran your lab because unless you're getting rid of the cadavers in a short amount of time if you're keeping them for a few weeks to do different dissections, they get dry. And so they got to keep them in a tank of formaldehyde. So sure we I think we just squirted bottles of formaldehyde. That's, that's a weird. Look for for Oregon. We're getting HHS you Oregon Health and sciences university. That's tough look for Oregon Health and sciences university. I bet somebody was doing some kind of maintenance. I don't know what some nightshift. Yeah. Nightshift celia. Yes. A little something weird going on after hours we had. So we had we had these tanks, and you would rate, you raise them about tanks, this crank and they'd come up. And you, you, you know, God, that sounds like Dr Frankenstein errors too late. Yeah. It's sort of a bolt of lightning in reanimate in this thing. Exactly. And so we have like, oh, our lights over you know as. It like a dental opportunity light, it was like an award light had, you know, like it was like the size of a basketball, and had this sort of handle in the middle. Oh, you're lucky we had our vision was so bad. We're like you can't see. And we didn't know about belemnites none of us took our loops to, to gross Natta me, and nobody had headlamps at this point. So that was the only white that there was relate to watch what you're doing. And every time we would do that, like raise the take the body out of the tank can do all that and turn on the light. I would always say to know and you. And it would just like the first three times as great. And then God come mid-november. Everyone's ready to strangle me and put me in the tank November. Maybe. Forth, right after Labor Day everyone, Josh. Could figure out what your name was? Yeah. Already hated you. No deal. Neal is great. I will I will do so Neil. You know, the, the sweet Caroline at a Red Sox game, sort of, you know, good. So see, but tradition gotta do it. You just gotta do it. Yeah, so Neil would be yours. Yeah. I think so. I think it's okay for everybody to have that sort of kind of, you know, like, hey, I get it. I know it's fun to rag on these guys or this guy. Whatever Barry Manilow, who you in the blowfish, whatever. But man, they were great is great. Songs played them off. They played them all. I was so into it, bare naked ladies opened which is a really tough. Yeah. They were like the biggest band in the world. A hung in one thousand nine hundred five six and they played and I started thinking about sort of, you know, how much money these guys have made over the years, because this is definitely felt like neither one of these bands have a new album. There's no new music coming out definitely felt like to me in eagles business model in the eagles business model. Oh, was, hey, wait a second. It's been like twenty twenty five years since we put out an album, all of our fans who are jerk offs in highschool, twenty five years ago now all have money. So let's do a concert where the tickets are three hundred dollars. That's the eagles model of cash grab. Yes. So, so this was definitely, that for Hootie hear me. So it's trying to figure out kind of like where, you know, I mean, you know, who's layers by themselves, they certainly don't they certainly don't, although I don't I don't think Darius needs that the ladies were going wild ever. Darius. And then the bare naked ladies played one song that made me realize holy God. These guys are printing money forever, and it was a song caller week, big bang. Larry. Yeah, that's the opening song, too big bang theory. Yeah. So we were in Comecon, and they just throw just come out. And so they bare naked ladies happen to be in town. Came in play the song before the panel discussion and then walked out and that was awesome as I used to be a big. And I guess I still I'm a big fan of Dennis Miller, and Dennis Miller used to say that his show, the Dennis Miller show on HBO over like the five seasons. It was on paid tears for fears, like seven million dollars for the rights to the everybody wants to rule the world which is they're opening credit song. So I just can't imagine that was that was in the nineties, like what is big bang theory. Like the most rated highest rated show on television paying. Viewers. They have to do anything again. Like, why are you? Sweating your balls off in Austin, Texas, and freaking June. Like you've just the mailbox money. What are you doing? The one one that there are two lead singers, and one of them quit few years back was he back. So he's probably already cashing checks saying, hey guys, we don't have to go there. We can stay up here in Canada. A yeah. And it was the night that the raptors clenched. Oh, god. So they were they did say that they played the first Canadian national anthem at a raptors game at the very first chapter game like in nineteen ninety three or four ninety five whenever that was so super nineties nostalgia. And so is really funny. My friend, David would be like he'd say Golic all the women here are really old David, there are age, but they are our age. And so we started trying to come up with, like, pick up lines. These older ladies that were there was my favorite one that we came up with was shoddy, you see Lipitor wind generic. Hey baby, you remember when the challenger exploded? Hey, baby. You know, I get value on a discount. The mail. Order stuff. Throw it in bulk for him dot com. Baby. Hey, baby. Did you fully fund that Roth IRA this year? And I mean it's like those are the those are the those are the pick up lines of the online. We're kind of return is your portfolio getting. That's right. Sixteen percent baby. Sixteen percent net about that. Hey, baby. Zandt miniskirt goes, how's my property taxes? Jesus land swirled. We're, we're officially. All we are officially. Although Lance, this is an advice show. Not a good one. That's exactly right. It's we answer your questions. We answered questions. We find on all this neat little dental Facebook groups. You answer questions from Reddit. We strive to help Denison dental team members with our own unique brand of advice. Oh, please. We need your questions. They are the sustenance. We crave you get some at your questions to working interferences gmaiLcom, and we've been getting some amazing freaking questions for the next few weeks. And I am so stoked. In fact, you sent me one the other night that came in and you just said in the tie in, in the subject, line, this period, is period gold period. Yeah. So keep it up listeners. We love it. No question is too mediocre for us now. We don't want just any question. Do we Lance not? Really? No. We don't want a bunch of boring questions, like who's the greatest band of the ninth. Eighties because we all know that Sugar Ray is the greatest band of the nineties. Don't remember the rest of that's I remember that every Mon. And who's at more McGrath was that guy's name? Yeah. Yeah. What are what that guys up to? Yeah. After he quit entered entertainment tonight, or something like entertainment tonight, or one of those evening shows. Yeah. He hosted cheese tough. Look for Josh not knowing about Mark McGrath second career. Yeah. He's gonna win. We want the Christians that Gordon christianson cannot answer. You Gordon, Christian can Gordon Christensen could name a single song offer sugar as discography. No, no. What do you think? Gordon, Christian since jam is we you think he listens to when he gets on that Harley Glenn Miller, you'd think so I'm kinda what it seems like I bet he likes Garth Brooks. Sure. A Betty's into Garth it just seems like a guy that's really into Garth Brooks. I could see that. Yeah. Question one listener Marissa asks. Hi, guys. I am a hygienist today. I saw patient that every time I took an instrument out of her mouth, she would cough. I thought in the beginning, it was just because I leaned her back too far. But even after sitting her up more it continued by second thought was, maybe it was a nervous cough by question is, has have you guys heard of a nervous cough, or am I going to get to Burke, yellow sus and die? Thanks. You going die. You probably. It seems to me like the patient had the consumption. I think that's what they used to call debris. Closys, like it is in the olden days. Name for it to see where did you learn that tombstone Val Kilmer Gunstone? Okay. He was dot Colladay at see says consumption in old in once common term for wasting away of the body put tick yearly, from pulmonary to book Laos's other old TB tomes include the king's evil or scruffy later and pots disease. Why do you sound like foghorn Leghorn? I don't know. I just I can't say the consumption, without some sort of, like southern accent. Okay. I it just is it just seems like a southern word to me, okay? It probably is. Scruffy less is a great name for like a mixed breed corgi of some sort. If you. If you have corgi that's, like half corgi half wiener, dog or something like scrawl fuel is a great name for that dog. It sounds like like a scab on your scrotum. But okay. I don't wanna get that. Now I've got a couple times from, from the trimming from the manscaping where you you're wrong escape it a little deep and. End up unit. Put the scrappy lists. Yeah. As, as a golfer would say, hitting it a little fat, as, as you would say, if you take out a big mess. Is they take out a big dividend of my scrotum. Look, evil. That's a very tough look for my balls. The king's evil is tough, because I just feel like kings do a lot of evil shit like really murdering mistresses and need dumping their bodies in the river, and that's tough look for the king. How does this Burke yellow sus get associated with the king kings? What, what did I do? What I didn't do anything. I'm just here like having grapes and stuff now, you're linking be to Burke yellow sus. The patient had TB. Odds are pretty slim but that's why we have universal precautions. That is true. When was the last time you got a TB test? Well, I probably do since I can't can't remember, do you remember what the TB test is. Like they just shoot that little shit underneath the skin. Some under your skin and like see if it gets a red. Yeah. That seems like a bad. Who came up with just what I wanna who came up with. That is a great test. It's kind of like if the in back in the olden days, they're trying to figure out if you were a witch, and so they would dunk you. And if you drowned you were a witch, and if you live the innocent, that's right. That's right. And if you lived you were a witch, and then you got you got burned at the stake, or whatever. Right. Right. So this is like, Libyan. Jackie was some disease. And if you get sick you already had it. No. If you don't get sick. You already had it. So you're out. And if you do get sick. Well, we know you didn't have it. But now you do. Right. Right. It's a bad idea. I think there must be a better method, but I can't think of any, I should say it's twenty nineteen can we not come up with, like a P test, or you like dipped, some stick some P and it's assist. Yeah. Or like an iphone app that just sort of, looks that looks to see if you've been coughing a lot because you'll have little burst blood vessels in your eye or something. Right. Right. It's got to be a better way. There are things that, that patients, there's a lot of things that patients do that bug me, one of the things that bugs me, the most is people who seemed to be totally fine normal people, and then they sit in a dental chair, and they somehow suddenly, forget, all of their homeo- static functions that they're supposed to do, and that they do successfully regularly without even thinking about it, like swallowing their own spit. Swollen their own spits. The is my number one peeve were eating on her own, like breathing normally and not huffing through their mouth to fog, my mirror every two asset. All the send patients get in the dental chair and they just like lose their shit literally. What is the deal with head? I wish I had an answer because I have a be a rich man. But. Normal looking people like nice business suit on and stuff, and they send it in dental chair and all the sudden like they forget how, how to how to run the Krebs cycle in the goal Jap radishes of their body like. Just like I don't know what to do anymore. Yeah, yeah. That's it's I don't know what happened. There's a threshold. They opened the door to go back to the opportunities in center. Fine. They're finding until their assets that chair, and then I want to kill him and they just impale a fifteen blade into their larynx. The league. Is the salivas the most annoying one for you. Yeah. I think it is. It's will that just them breathing. I wish they'd stop yet. You're just remember, like, hey, your noses for breathing bastard. Like, what are you set? Their watched you nasal breathe while we were talking about, we're going to do people that suddenly, oh, my allergies are kicking him. I can't breathe through my nose like, well, then you're gonna drown because there's no way or dream through your mouth. Where are you here so bad? It's so bad, though. Other one that I hate is immediately knows it is sky knows just lady, where it's like, I'm trying to prep a finish line. And it's oh, hold on. I got scratch my nose. No. No. It's the ones that want wanna take off their shoes with just their and now they're, they're vibrating jerkin all over the place. And they can't get the shoes off. So the entire time their legs are crisscrossing and change in position, and you're like elephant in the room. Lance the taking the shoes offered dental. Treatment not to go racial, but it's definitely specific to certain races. Yeah. Like normal light dude. Doesn't take off their shoes. Boudin to get dental treatment. No, like average African American woman does not take off their shoes to get dental treatment. Very specific couple different races of people that take half to take off their shoes to get dental treatment. Yeah, I get the Japanese like the Asian sorta, because they take off their shoes everywhere. Mariah ripe. It's, it's the, the, the, the are Desi. Friends are our Indian friends that, that do. And I just don't know enough about their culture, what my one of my best friends got inventory. That's on my list of things. I need to ask about, like, what's the deal with the shoes. What's up with the shoes? Yeah. So hey listeners, please write in explain it to us something about this, like culturally. I get the Asian thing because it's like I know like for Asians if you know every EV. Like my friend, David is, is Korean and you go visit his house, you take off your shoes before you walk in, and I get that. But like you're already in the office. Why, why do you need to take your shoes are still on? When you walk back to the opportunity, the shoe, still come back to you sit down in the chair up with that. I. I had a good answer for you. I had an idea from Orissa on, so I think probably she's not gonna die. Odds are against it. So not right away. Yeah. Not now later, probably due to drugs and alcoholism, right. Of, of a career in dentistry. I mean you're going to you're going to die in the opportunity. Let's not get that wrong. But traffic plants trapped in and up. You know how I go through a lot of cotton roles. Do you. I do. I use cotton roles. Is this a problem on patients? I use a lot of them on patients. All right. So I was thinking of just like just start instead of cotton rolls on this patient. Just start packing cough, drops like you would pack cotton rolls, Beijing, like sibling daily, you know, like we do to kind of keep the tongue out of the way she could bond do the sealant or whatever it is. You're doing how about just doing, like, sim ludens or some. What are those ones have the horn? What's that Rico law? Yeah, just start packing. Some recall is done. And I think that should help. I was also thinking about what about a product for these patients particular these sort of. Homeo- static function for getting patients. What where where are you placing the Rica, I, I would just do it like in, in the you know, kind of on the side of the tongue, like Conroe may? Yeah. That you could. I think the new dense Wieser owner chairs the ten on the intake, you'll have a suppository insertion on that you can do that will insert something for you. Kinda from manual automatically from the chair. So that would be good perfect. Yeah. Why don't we why are we soaking cotton roles in some sort of menthol or something make them like new more cotton rolls? They're men cotton rolls disease. Birgitta SIMS for the ace for. He's coughing patients. What do you think about that? I. Well, you know that might be your million dollar. That might be how you can retire, that would be good. I would be I would be down for that. I would also think maybe just offer a hit off of your vape. Marissa. Because if she you know, it could be like a cough, which role cough where she's just hasn't been able to hit her vape, while she's been in the chair, and she's just Jones and for it. And so it's, it's kind of, like, like which offer. So just have your vape Pandy and let her take a big rip off of it, and pump puff out some, some huge cotton, and then that's going to kind of get her by for at least a few more minutes. So you can do your profile. Yeah. That's worth a shot. I think I, I really think dental office, you should start having just some vapes around for these kind of patients. Oh, absolutely. You think you're in Seattle. That would be. Yeah. We use nitrous like why not have a vape nitrous fate? That was sounds like a good idea to me sounds like a good idea to me. There's, there's a dentist. I follow on Instagram who hosted on her office, Instagram. Like. She was just chilling at the office and hitting off the nitrous six Netflixing. She'll tough look at the office to post that on your office, Instagram taking the head off the nitrous. That's a maybe not something I'd posted on the rag. Maybe not. See a hit the vape hit the hit the, the Rico. Cotton or recall a cough, drops instead of cotton rolls or just. Let's invent some some Newport menthol cotton roles. And let's start your jam in those down there that should take care of that cough. It's worth a try. Question to Gabe asks has anyone had any experience with this product in the product? There's a picture attached to this question. The product is called grinds GR. I India's coffee pouches. Doesn't contain tobacco or nicotine has about as much caffeine as a quarter Cup of coffee. I can't seem to find how they flavor it a patient asked me what I thought about it. And honestly I'd never seen it before. And you can find information this at WWW dot get grinds dot com. Have you ever heard of grinds? I have never seen this before this, this is why the hell I'm in Seattle, the capital of coffee. Why the hell wouldn I? I. Wow. I off this a horrible for a product because all about is a girl on the dance floor just grinding it out on a, you know, up against a guy by the grinder grinder dot com. Yeah. Yeah. Grinds copy pouches. Kaizen. I just can't imagine anything being stuck in your tissues for a long period of time can be good. Nicotine or not right now. Yet, none of this can be good. Let's go through the, the flavors are wild. Let's get to the flavors. Okay. I love I love flavors selections for some reason, we've done this jewel aches before Ned had a great time flavor option one winter green. All right. That's a standard. Sure vanilla. Okay. Yeah. Seems. I've, I've never seen these are marketed. These are in a can like chewing tobacco. It'd be in a can. Okay. I've never seen like vanilla flavored skull. Of course. I'm not looked for it. So maybe they have it. I don't know but vanilla just seems like a weird soup. Ed seems like a weird flavor. But we, it's gonna get weirder. Okay. Sherry. That love. Way. Grind that Sherry, Lance grinding Jerry. I do love carry play cherry flavors. Starbust starburst are the best in my Chevy has Jerry -pez. Yeah. Cherry everything is great. But this cherry flavored ground up coffee pack that you put in your lip. I don't know about that one. Yeah. I'm yeah. No. How 'bout cinnamon roll? Yeah. That you're looking for tobacco alternative why, why don't you have like rainbow bright flavor? Yes. Thirty pebbles. Yeah. Strawberry shortcake verdict. Mocha. Well, I mean it's coffee. So I guess. Right. And then caramel. It's just a weird assortment of flavors. Yeah. And I having not ever really been wanted to dip. I don't know that if the being able to substitute something else physically, for the same action might help wean you off or something that is my next question for you. Lances is if he'd ever dipped before. No, I mean I try to just because I was curious and went Huda. Does this. So freshman your dental school. It's like our first major test was history. I like big final was history final, and it was right around thanksgiving. Okay. So it was like Wednesday before, thanksgiving, your big test and. So it was CEO starting on Sunday night of that week. It was just all nighters the whole week. And at some point someone offered me a hit of their skull. Let's get sense. Good. That should give me a little buzzed. Keep going. Okay. Another Josh barf story all over the freaking place. Yeah real. I didn't I guess I don't know how to do it so that I don't all the stuff you're doing it wrong just like shaving your balls. Yes. But how do you learn? That's the thing. Am I supposed to keep like, want to do that, again, to learn how to do this, because I'm probably going to get sick again. How many times of being violently ill do have to do this before. I learn how to spit this who figured this out two. Hey, let me do this. And then they vomited. Let me do it again as in, they're like, wait, wait, wait one more. Try doing it wrong, or who even looked at something said, let me roll this up in dry out, these leaves and light it on fire, and then breathe it. Onto it nothing to do, and we're just looking to get high. Literally anything itself, people aren't I guess you could huff white out and get high. Right. The sheer boredom. Shear freaking born. I'm trying to get a picture of what these things look like. And they I found a picture of like an open candidate, don't look appetizing. Okay. They have you ever seen those little little tobacco snuff, pouches little bandits? Yeah. They look like that. But they look like they've already been chewed. Oh. It's like someone give you some ABC gum. Hey, you want this? Oh, look at the ship. No, so this just ground up coffee in a little pouch that you chew on, I guess, and it has a quarter Cup of the caffeine of a quarter Cup of coffee. So you gotta chew for these things to get one Cup of coffee. How does your car you? Good Cup of coffee. I don't understand. No, no. Bow. I guess it's two to replace the oral ritual of dipping. What's wrong with oral ritual? There's our title right there. What's wrong with oral ritual? I just. I, I guess this is supposed to help you stop chewing tobacco. That's all I guess I can get out of this. I don't see that anywhere on the website is it doesn't say, like, oh, this is your way to stop chewing tobacco. This is just something else. Rita chew. Hey inbetween your Redman? Cia. Once you try some of this coffee, it looks like they were on shark tank. Okay. And it's spread into the locker room of the San Francisco Giants, because it's actually because chewing tobacco is illegal in the city of San Francisco. Really? So, yes. So major league players cannot chew tobacco in when they play at AT and T park. Oh. That's gotta be. Okay. So I guess this is okay for that. I, I just don't get it. Like I don't that's never been my thing. So I can't I can't relate till I just needing some shit in my mouth to some gross powdery ground up shit in my mouth to to on. So I just can't identify with this problem, I guess, if you had a patient, who came to you and said, hey, I'd like to stop chewing tobacco should I start chewing this stuff? But you would you tell them? Yeah. I would say, you know, give it a shot by hesitate to endorse anything that I don't really bully. No, though, I, there's only one answer here. Lance go buy some. We gotta get some this shit. We gotta get some shit. We gotta try it. Well. While we're spitting. I'm trying to get off crack. And so I said, you know, I don't really know crack you guys had to go to crack dealer and it's probably a really nice neighborhood. Got me a crack pipe. Little mcmansions wealth. Man's Seattle Seahawks cracked by. That's right. That's Russell Wilson's picture on. Actually. No, I was gonna say marshawn Lynch, but yeah. Maybe you know Pete Carroll choose these aggressive gumshoe, or maybe this is Julie. Yeah. Yeah. That would be a grind sky, this a horrible name per product. I have to order some this, Lance. I'm going order some this I'm gonna order some for you. I'm gonna to you. We're going to try this. You're gonna get what flavor do you want? You pick. Oh, okay. Rain vanilla. Cherry, cinnamon roll Loker caramel. God. Don't do this man. Andy, how many get dummy get? I'm going to get cherry just because it's the like Kirin cinnamon roll of the wildest ones. Yeah. Cheery and I'm gonna get a cinnamon roll. Jeez. Okay, are six cans sampler back is thirty dollars. Oh, not gonna get that. Let me see. Let me see if I can find a store. Let's see if there's one around here that has any of it stupid, it's not mail. Order only know the there. There are retail locations. Guess you. There's only two places in San Antonio that have it. And they're the same store. They're just different locations buggies. No. I do love buggies, though. I loved buggies, US patriot tactical. Does it come with his own confederate flag? God. Oh, I'm sorry. There's a Exxon in San Marcus, Texas, that has it. Oh, okay. So that's about fifty miles from here. No, okay, fog house, vape lounge in curb, ill-, Texas has it. Places in Austin has it in Texas. So only one place to go friend. And that's US patriot tactical. Fairly, that's on base at as the basis here in Santa Neo. So okay only the best for our fighting heroes. This coffee tobacco bullshit. This reminds you that episode of the Simpsons where they had tobacco. Do you remember do this is tobacco? This is real life tobacco. That's the only thing that I can imagine that this is we're going to try this. Dear listener. Gabe to find out more about grinds, why don't you have to promise me something though? Okay. I want, I want you to grinding when you. Oh, well, yeah, of course when you try this, that's the only way to have it. I'll do a selfie. Were you giving grinding against Ali? I guess. Allegedly. I don't think she's gonna love this idea. I think she's gonna love this experiment. I guess she's hoping that this experiment dies the same way the time I ordered crystal Pepsi for the show when wanted just never talked about it again. I still have that crystal Pepsi and my referred to you, by the way, I look at it every day, I think I need to send one of these lands, but they're gonna think it's bright terror. So I don't know. Or. Slant. Stiver frustrations the practice. What day is today? Monday. Okay then. Yes. Yeah. Me too, buddy me to will listen, we go to a bunch of clinical. See you. And I, we do the stuff we miss though is the business stuff. That's kind of where I what I need. Yeah. And so I think that devoting one CE course per year, once one meeting expense per year to the business out of dentistry is a wise thing. I think you're right. It makes sense considering you're not going to be able to do any of these great new things that you learn unless you know how to run a business. And so that's where the principles our practice management comes in the dental economics principles, a practice management, July eighteenth and nineteenth in, let's try it again. Lance Norfolk Norfolk Virginia. God, I'm we city next year. Doesn't have the F word in it. That'd be great. The Norfolk waterside Marriott July. Eighteenth and nineteenth, the you get CE courses that will increase your profitability, help you get new patients and help you master your business. The host the king of dental economics. Cristallino is going to be there. I'm gonna be there. Levens going to be there. Lou Schuman's going to be there. Allen shift is going to be there. It is a veritable, who's who. Of the business people that you want to hear from rest? I mean obviously not me you don't want to hear from me, but somehow on there. So check it out principles of practice. MG. Mt dot com. The DA principals a practice management conference July. Eighteenth and nineteen Norfolk Virginia principles of practice. 'em, GMT dot com. Be there or be broke Lance. You ready for a read it I think I am read it user. And asks, my dentist gave me hematoma after an injection for filling on my upper tooth, bad, dentist did the dentist grew up. Is this a bad dentist? It was my first appointment with this dentist. Not very happy with the noticeable bluish shoe on my cheek. I'm too embarrassed to go out in public. I don't think I will go back to that dentist. That's it. That's the end of the boats. I think you're going to die. This is a serious situation lands. Clearly. Are they a bad dentist? Well, if they are then we all are. That's the thing. I mean, the thing with chicken Littles name is this, this Jack off is Colin sky's falling because they have a little boo boo. On their gums. I can see a little bit of the patients like wondering is this a normal thing or is this is this, a routine thing that can happen is, is a routine complication, but I see them not leaving the house. They don't want to be in public because there's next on this person's wack that's dumb. I mean, have you caused a hematoma before what day is today? Monday then. Yes. Right. I mean, it's of course, like everybody has, if you've never caused a hematoma you've never given injection. Yup. What did they teach you to do for hematoma is when you're in dental school move? Yeah. Mean there's nothing you can do you just. Right to go away. The thing I love here is. It's like it wasn't like a huge massive bruise. The patient says, I'm not very happy with the noticeable bluish hue. That's not like a shiner on your face. Did you see max Scherzer pitching the other day with a black guy? Then Washington nationals pitcher that the day before he was taking batting practice and he bunted he was doing bunting. Oh. And he bunted a ball. And it went right into his nose and broke his nose. And so he's slated to pitch the next day in the big question was, like, is he going to pitch an extent? Of course he did. And he had this massive black guy. And when I say the term black guy comes from its freaking black, it's not bluish you just like a black guy. So I mean like a little like subcutaneous, whatever hematoma, like, Mary deepen the dish, you little blue hue on your face calm. The hell down nearly forty seven. I mean seriously. Come on. I've done a couple. I mean so if it's an extra I'm ruling out in extraction because, you know, if you have an extraction, and you're like Swiss, you'll lower extraction and you're like reflect a flap. You know, like those are ones that Bruce in my opinion, those crews fairly frequently if you're doing an implant, or something like that on the lower and you've got to reflect tissue and like dissect. Ow, and one that's going to bruise. I'm ruling that out. I know I had a patient where we did an immediate denture. She had a partial. There was only five teeth. Add to go after and she's really old and period only involved teeth. They were easy. It was it was a non-issue come to find out. She has thrown beside a PINA, and she's gonna prove touches, oh, this was a frigging. I mean I was you know, as good thing as where my Brown shorts that day. So she's bleeding every will for days. She she got these, you know, liver clots than just couldn't insert the she took the denture out, because it was uncomfortable. And then this should just kind of swelled and it's just went crazy. So yeah, it's a tough one. That's why you should probably have people fill out like medical histories. Yeah. We she did. And she didn't know she had the condition until she in the ER, and they're going, what the hell. Yeah. That was a bad day. I've had better. That's four different to me, this, exactly. Right. Like yet, it's still calling bad dentists. That's just I mean it's just the family did they were. They were sure I up. I'm like, no, no, I didn't even know oral surgeon at the is like, no he's fine. He didn't do anything wrong. But, you know, shit happens. Yeah, no one, no one likes to, to the answer of going should happens. Well, guess what? Should yet. It's every day, right? Every day. I would use. I would say the vast majority of hematoma is like this from an injection. Would be like number two or number fifteen right? Like sure go plexus Oconee Nick that you tear it at a patient, wants really attractive female, and I did like a number fifteen or something like that, on after the injection I could just tell like her face on. That's I was just swollen. And it never Bruce. Thank god. But it just swelled up, you know. So it was like it's obvious. Like she is an internal hematoma that just isn't showing towards the skin. Uh-huh. I what percentage would you say of injections, get a hematoma? I mean it's it's gotta be low, right? Yeah. Percent. Maybe sure. Someone that is there anything you could do to prevent it. That's the thing even if it could I probably wouldn't. Stipulates answer. That's like the Lancia slant anther. There's nothing you can do like there's no see you can't go see Stanley Malam Ed ruin. He's going to say, like, oh, here's the cure, you'll never get a hematoma again, if you do this, or this, it doesn't exist. The thing that infuriates me the most about this question is, is just the, the immediately like bad dentist. Yeah. Yeah. Immediately. You know about yelp reviews coming, right? You can't even get out of the subject of the of the question for you. You introduce the idea of. Oh, he must have fucked up. Yeah. Which in fear like that infuriates me. Yeah. The whole the whole trying to find the fault of always, you know, right? Yes. Th- not accepting that, that should just happens. Uh-huh. Yeah. I. The climate has changed. I swear this, this attitude wasn't as prevalent twenty years ago. When did it change social media? I think so Facebook. Yeah. I mean but like eight years ago or like win. Yeah. Yeah. Years ago, you know as people started communicating more. I mean, hell, I remember the famous dentists in New York got had a website dedicated to them and just trashed him it took him a lot of legal fees to get that thing taken down. But you know what I'm talking to a friend of ours. Who has done the show, indirect wasn't him. But there was bad, dentist dot com was the website and I mean this person's spent a lot of money. This is early days when people didn't really know how to make their own. We didn't have squarespace in all these ways to make. Let's say that easily. So this person had to have hired somebody to make this website. Yeah. Yeah. Let's get some the request or the response is here. Okay chill out. The Dennis is not to blame it comment. Good. But happened. Sima Tomazar extremely common even when taking proper precautions you should find a dentist you trust. But hematoma 's does not mean a bad dentist can happen. Do not blame. Please hematoma czar for bad luck. Not lack of skill or operator error happens. Quite often, not the Dennis fault. The good thing is like the person never came back here. And said, oh, thanks for the feedback. Right. Right. Not annoys me, it's like a drive by shooting. They came in, they vented, and then they left never even getting the advice faster and makes me think of a great Dray and soup song. Oh, yeah. We're gonna sleep all of that shit. Depends on motivated I am during editing. You have to believe at least some of that. Okay, about four of those seven words that I said it's lyrics, or the song people. I'm not kidding donating treating women that way, it was like we were watching the episode of blackish, and they re referenced some sauce for you to watch that show. That's how I'm learning about the culture, so I don't get up and they actually do a pretty good job of that. But they referenced some some snoop song don't mind getting no snoop. I'd never heard them reading the lyrics. Like. This is so bad. Yeah, it's a lot. There's a lot of that stuff in those songs somehow immune though, till I the social Justice warriors, I don't understand how like there's never any outrage about the lyrics those songs like how they talk about women or anything like that. It's very interesting to me. What's look into this, this ready user a little deep dive in the background? Yeah. Let's see here. This is in the separate, no stupid questions. When you're at the airport. Do you use electronic boarding pass or paper boarding pass, I would say that's a stupid question who gives us yet? That is stupid. In the Senate of Canada. I'm gonna do this in my best, Canadian accent for our good friend, Irene the Canadian hygienists to sound like foghorn Leghorn. Yes. She sees says my Canadian accent sucks. What's it like living in Yellowknife Perot's in John's? Good place to live. All right. So nut Canadian. What's it like living in Yellowknife? I feel like that's that's that's kinda can. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. What's it like living in Yellowknife? That's what's it like living in Yellowknife? Yellowknife you sound like I sound like what you're from. Kamloops. That's an city up in British Columbia. Why does the left support both Islam and gay rights? That's no questions. I treat you gallon of water every day is this enough water? Several of no stupid questions lot of. No, stupid questions. This is a good one in the separate Michael Jackson, which is not a place to hang out. No seal accused Oprah of knowing about Harvey Weinstein sexually sexual abuse. Quote unquote for decades. I really don't want to click on that, because I don't care now you'll want to cookie on your computer either that. No, I don't. Oh, here we go. Another one in the next several dentistry. Why Do Son? Dennis do that cold test with an ice cotton pellet. Those sometimes hurt. Why does the doctor tap on my knee to check my reflexes that sometimes hurts? What does the doctor Jillian their finger and shove it up my act? That sometimes is good. I should transgender people be allowed to compete in bodybuilding competition said, breaded. No, stupid questions. Lot of stuff in Michael Jackson. I'm gonna leave that alone. Okay. A lot of stuff in my a lot of new posts in Michael Jackson. Just not a separate at that I particularly think we need. No, no. I think we've moved on. Yeah. There's a lot of questions about Michael Jackson a lot. A lot this person as really asked a lot of questions about Michael Jackson. We'll obsess there a little bit. Yeah. So we're going to leave this guy alone. Maybe we'd be his name. Just because I don't want that kind of heat on me. Okay. Yes. See how motivated I am during editing again. Now, we buddy come on, man. There's so many times, I'm like, I totally plan to. I don't I'm like, oh, shit. Has I'm listening Allen called you out on it. Recently. Which was made me laugh. It made me laugh, who's his turn is a first on that will be you. Okay. All right. I think I got something. I'm nets not going to be things. Don't worry snack going to be Hootie. It could be. But I'm not going to I mean everybody knows who d-. I'm not going to put that. All right. Friends. She got up some demented, friends somewhere that might enjoy this garbage share it with them cinema over link one of our favorite episodes or one of your favorite episodes. Probably not this one, I would guess not probably I don't think we had any highlights in this in this one. Rate review. I tuned, Stitcher Spotify, wherever you listen to the show Lynch at your favorite number and big fan of five. Hi. I'm a huge fan of five as well. If you're flipping through pod bean flick five stars hit us up on the web, working interferences dot com. Hit us up on all of the social Bullshits Facebook working in a for instance. Lance Twitter at winter. Francis Instagram at winter furnaces. Lance can be found on Instagram at D R Timmerman DM d I can be found unin scrim at Josh while Austin DDS we've talked about this before the past few weeks. We'd be doing this this read for the practice principles practice. Mitch win conference because. It says in the title of or in the in the Yorio the website, M GMT. So that makes me think of the band 'em GMT every time. What what's the Joe? What do you think? MGM GMT is John res- that alternative. Yeah, I guess it's, it's almost it's almost like Tron ick. Yeah. Let's see what, let's see what Wikipedia says GMT is an American rock band formed in Middletown, Connecticut. I don't know. I don't know that rock is the John RAs, that's on the right. It has John RAs indie rock, indie pop Cynthia pop psychedelic pop post. Punk revival. Okay, psychedelic rock or Neo psychedelia. All right. Yeah. I, I would call it all all. It was like a few years ago in their debut album fun. Got the EMMY or Niamey the Gramlich or invest rock band. And I thought think fun would be considered rock, but okay. Lead singer did fun even even the he didn't think it was rock. But what would you call it, though? Pop more more likely. Yeah. A pop band. He said a thing anymore, though. I don't I don't know the Grammy categories to know. Is it rock or pop? I don't know how they're laid out. It said, we are now everything's kind of a crossover. Everything that was a funny thing about the Hootie concert is he plays this country song. It sounds just like all the other freaking Hootie songs. Yeah. Like it didn't have that much of a difference in like except us talking about like doing something off of dock like. But this is something about, like, hanging your feet off the dock or something like this. You know, whatever I don't know. Like is all the all the, the, the, the cords all sounded the same. You know, the all the lakes sounded the same. So just interesting. Yeah. We're almost in like a post John ra- world. That seems like just about where if you wanna do you know, I remember, they might be giants was kind of the first band, kinda just sorta would do like, oh this, we're gonna do a country album, and then we're going to do a sense of them, and then we're going to do a comedy album and then we're gonna do, do all of these different completely different genres. And so I, I seems to me like we're kind of going that way. Like I everything's kind of kind of blended. Now, do you ever see the movie with Warren Beatty? Bulworth a yes, I have seen Bulworth his area in answer to, to racism, and everything was if all the whites screwed all the blacks, and everybody was mixed, then racism is gone. Like all the Jonah's, if everybody just incorporates, every honoring in it than there is no. It's just a meld a melting pot of everything. He that's tough reference. Lance Timmerman Tukwila Washington nine seven eight zero four. I would call them. I guessed all rock adult alternative something like that. But I'm gonna go with probably I probably their most popular song just to give people a little background a little a little little introduction to, to MGM t a good. Good primer. It's the song kids from EMC. You like that one. I love it. Good. Yeah. It's, it's a good one. For lanes Timmerman this, Josh Watson peace. Celebrate the foreskin. Sir. Sex. No. Thank. But. I.

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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 2 - Chris Mannix and Darius Rucker (02-07-19)

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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 2 - Chris Mannix and Darius Rucker (02-07-19)

"It's all about me. Dan, Patrick gas. There is more where that came from click back for new episodes all week. Log college football NFL football, the greatest time of the year. No more waiting. The time has arrived for you to get an all the action. Don't wait any longer to make your own line wages and head over the bed. Online dot AG to take advantage of the best bonuses in the business. You've promo code podcast want to receive a fifty percent. Sign on bonus. Today that's podcast one to receive a fifty percent sign up bonus. Whether you love college NFL football bet online dot AG has an offer you to get in the action today, and they're our exclusive partner of podcast one sports net. Sign up today at Ben online dot AG and use promo code podcast one to receive a fifty percent bonus. When you sign up take advantage of this incredible offer now bet on dot AG as bet online dot AG the own line sportsbook expert. Live from the Pebble Beach AT and T celebrity proactive their offering just about every place. He's a trade deadline. Addition of the Dan Patrick show here going all in broadcasting from our Mercedes road studio. This is Dan Patrick our to hear H E and t Pebble Beach. Pro am where the opposite end of the driving range and the sun is coming up beautiful. If you miss Nick Faldo, you missed any of our interviews go to the DP show app. Faldo is very funny. He's always very entertaining. And then he gave us his Sergio Garcia impersonation on the driving range. And he started beating up things. He also did his ROY McElroy impersonation as he threw the club fifty yards, but always fun to talk to him. And Jim Nance will join us a little bit later on Darius Rucker. He's playing in the AT and T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. He'll join us coming up as well. We'll check in with Chris Mannix sports. Rated senior basketball writers most recent article Anthony Davis his trade demand and the plight of small market teams. Also talked to him about what's going on with. Kevin Durant the latest drama, and as I said in the first hour, I do believe Golden State knows what? Kevin Durant is going to do. And I don't know if they can do anything about whether he stays or he goes, my feeling is he goes, but I've said that all along and this was before porzingas got traded by the Knicks, and we'll talk to Mannix about this any other deals that could be made. I do like the Tobias Harris trade from the clippers to the seventy Sixers, and, you know, don't sleep on Jerry West is strange as that's going to sound because people forget Jerry West is running the clippers. He's doing something here. Not sure exactly what. But that's what makes him one of the two greatest basketball minds probably in the history of the NBA along with Red Auerbach Yamakawa. I don't like it. I you know, trade with Jerry West Ed yo train with that age. They gave up Mark they traded Jason Tatum's rights for Marquel. Full dating age like training for a pitcher with the Braves terrible deal. You guys have tried golden road craft beer, then you know, what I'm talking about. And if you haven't you gotta do it mango cart, unique brew and received a gold medal. The twenty eight team will be. Your cup. Also, the wolf pup session. I loved it. First time. I had it loved it. I said, the paulie that's our Christmas party veer. Yes. Well, I love two of them last night at the restaurant. We went out to we. Really? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. While I'm in my hotel room studying for today's show being guy, we hit the town a couple of guys on the town getting some Baroness, you know, what this outside my life is last night. I got room service. And I watched highlights of previous AT and T Pebble Beach Pro-Am someone on this set who could top that for what they did last night. Todd did not watch that. I didn't watch TV. I got some happy dragon or something like that. I call down to the front desk hotel and choose between a pizza place and a Chinese place and the Chinese on the west coast is very very different than I'm used to. But but put your in hotel with a beautiful restaurant. I could have gone down to the lobby, but I was just very comfortable in the room. And I was in the mood for Chinese food. And I know they didn't have that in the lobby and next thing, you know, Niki in wanton soup. And low maintenance having a grand old time. All right closest to the whole Todd's tab for Chinese food last night. Easy Jones expensive. Hey, hey, don't know ducks. Oh, they. They didn't understand I wanted. Steam chicken block with the Brown sauce on the side. I became a whole ordeal. Okay. Pauly on start with you clergy. One dollars and forty five cents thirty one forty five. So you don't say anything seat new Connor thirty seven twenty five, mclovin. Forty six dollars. Forty six you act like that hasn't been a right? You you've gone up there. Four thirty seven dollars for Chinese food for one person is not funny. Forty six. I'm going to go thirty to fifty. The actual retail price. They believe was thirty three thirty five. That's pretty good. Nice people. You left a tip this time. I always leave a tall haven't been times where. I've been times where I left a few dollars less than I should you use because you'll go how much do I leave for thirty dollars. I said, you know, give them six or seven I gave them like a good usually give like three dollars. I've grown up since. Then I went I go what's appropriate tip for the pizza guy or the Chinese restaurant guy. It helped me up. I gave him on. I think around it up to like, forty bucks. Brewed to stand out you'll find mango cart and wolf pup session. I p available in all fifty states, California inspired golden road brewing, fresh craft beer since twenty eleven mclovin. Took it upon himself to come up with a poll question from the first hour. Philadelphia eagles. Oh, Nick foles right to let it determine what team he goes to fifty two percents. Yes. Yeah. We tossed that around in the first hour that here's falls into say oh him is. You know, if I'm foles, and I say, all right. If you want me to stay you franchise me, I get twenty five million dollars to be a backup. Now if I'm the eagles. I I wanna keep Nick foles because I got Carson Wentz on a rookie contract. I can afford both of them because it would be reversed and you would have Carson Wentz making twenty five million. And then the backup the backup would be making more than Carson Wentz is making now I have Nick foles. I don't know about Carson Wentz long-term, and I'm talking about sixteen games. But to oh him is. That's the key word right there. Do you owe him because he gave you a championship? Yes. He so I think that they're sort of a happy medium here with it where they don't need to bend over backwards to make sure that he's happy. But I think they own at the very least the respect of what can we do to make sure this works for both of us. We wanna make sure you're good and make sure that we're good. And that may sound. Simple. But I don't think it normally works that way. They at the very least OMB that. I see it that way to where you say to him look will help you. You're not playing for the giants. And you're not playing for Washington. Right. We'll help you elsewhere. If that's what helped means then that's what I would try to do. Yes. Mclovin. I find it interesting that Nick foles twenty five million dollar year quarterback too. And it seems like that. No, no, no, no. I I don't wanna pay him that while I think he's a franchise quarterback. I think he played extremely well when they needed him the most. But can I rely on him for sixteen games to be really good? I don't think. So I'm here in that are reading that. He's going to get twenty plus million as a free agent. Oh, yeah. He is. Now, that's the going rate. Yeah. I mean Sam Bradford twenty million for God's sakes. All right. Chris Mannix is a busy man certainly today with the NBA trade deadline, the great senior basketball writer from Sports Illustrated. His most recent article Anthony day. Mrs trade demand in the plate of the small market teams. Chris good morning. Thanks for joining us. What's happening, Dan? Well, I'm curious. And that's why we're having you on of the last twenty four hours and the next, you know, six seven eight hours, but what has happened? What could happen? Well, I mean, they're almost to sort of separate tracks one is kind of the Anthony Davis one and ULA guy. I've been writing the last couple of days, and nothing I was told last night has changed. My my take on it that the pelicans don't wanna do an Anthony Davis deal before the deadline. They they really never have. There are legitimate reasons for it. You know, the the idea of getting Boston volved and their offer in the mix. Even if it's just as leverage seeing the draft play out and who gets that number one pick. And if that pick is somehow it play just to to a lot of people inside that organization. High ranking people it never made a lot of sense to do a deal the personal side of it is that the pelicans some members of the organization in the front office. Anyway, th they don't like how this has all gone down. They knew. Do that at the end of this season. They were probably going to have to find a deal for Anthony Davis. He was going to reject their long term contract extension. They knew that was most likely, and when he did that it would affectively force them to make a deal involving him. They don't like how this all became public and became a transparent attempt to get him to the Lakers. So not only do they not want to do a deal for the reasons. I just kind of numerate it. They also don't wanna do anything to to help out Anthony Davis and the people in his camp. Okay. There's two ways to look at this. You may not want to help out the Lakers. You may not like that. They embarrassed you. You may not like that. Anthony Davis is ready to walk out with a year and a half left on his contract. But the pelicans have to make a deal that may decide if the pelicans stay in New Orleans. I mean, I feel like these small markets seems as you talked about I mean, this is really important for the future of this franchise here is this deal with the Lakers that they're offering everybody is that a good deal for them. No matter what the other drama is involved. You know, it's it's not it. Well for starters, if you survey the landscape, and you look at the best potential player that could be involved in a deal. It's obviously Jason Tatum. And if you survey the landscape, and you look at the best potential draft pick package that you can get back in return. It's obviously what Boston has because the Celtics will not only talk to them. But they're picks certainly the Memphis pick that could be an extraordinarily valuable pick in the next two years is in the mix the Sacramento Kings pick this this coming year, which probably middle of the first round is going to be in the mix. The lakers. They can only offer their draft picks back in return. And you know, Brandon Ingram is a good player. Lonzo ball is a good player. Kyle coups is a good player. I just don't think and nobody I've talked to across the league. Thanks either. Dan that any of those players rises to the level of Jason Tatum. So in Boston deal, headlined by Jason Tatum is a possibility. Why wouldn't you wait a few months deal with a few months of discomfort of maybe having Anthony Davis sit out to to get that deal on the table. Yeah. I'm with you on that. That's why I said, I would I would not acquiesce to the Lakers. And you know, their desperation to make this happen by the end of today. I would wait you got time on your hands. You got Davis still under contract to see if there's somebody else out there who's going to rise to the occasion. And you know, maybe it's New York. Maybe it's you know, throw it another team there. But I I'm just curious it feels like why are the Lakers feeling desperate here? Well, they have very good reason to feel that way because if you get into the summer this summer, right there isn't a free agent out there top tier guy that to my understanding has the Lakers ranked as the number one destination. I it could change in in a lock and change in months, but you know, polite Leonard it it certainly feels like it's Toronto and the clippers. Kevin Durant s-. You know, we we've talked about this before. But Kevin Durant. If he wins the championship this year. His mindset is going to be I'm not going to team up with LeBron James I'm gonna compete with input championships. I I don't I don't see him teaming up with LeBron in LA. Jimmy Butler is gonna go where the money is. And that's Philadelphia. Kemba Walker is gonna go with the money is that's either that could be somewhere else, but most likely in Charlotte. So if the Lakers go through this year, they may not get anybody this next off season. And then you have to look at the summer twenty twenty and LeBron's going to be thirty six. Years old. So you have to start. This isn't like Miami. The clock is ticking. Lebron's productive years. So not getting Anthony Davis. Now, maybe may mean they may not get anybody of importance until the summer of twenty twenty. So I'm gonna Chris Mannix, these Sports Illustrated senior writer, LeBron not joining the team on the bench. No, five six seats down. You know, it looks horrible. But they have you know, is there more to this? Or is it just a picture? I don't know enough about the specific optics, Dan. But I did talk to somebody very familiar with that organization a couple of nights ago, and one thing he said was that the Lakers better make this deal because it's getting very negative out there, and you heard the the chance in the crowd in Indiana. And the the message coming from this person was that, you know, the way these young guys are seeing this is that LeBron comes in and. All this talk about how LeBron is going to elevate. These guys he'll do they'll develop they'll become a championship team before the all-star break. The the feeling is whether you want to think it's whether it's that way or not, but the feeling is that LeBron is trying to trade them because we know that Rich Paul is the agent of LeBron James and Anthony Davis. And you know, I I don't think that, you know, Anthony Davis runs everything by LeBron James. But I would imagine that you know, Rich Paul has kept LeBron James in the loop on all this. And they have to know like I said, it's a transparent attempt to get Anthony Davis to the Lakers and to get him there. If you just connecting dots all the young players gotta go. So I mean, he's got these guys are starting kind of their own careers. They they're trying to to to to make their own Mark in the NBA and the message they're basically getting and interpreting is that LeBron doesn't want us here. So this has a chance, and you know, we're we we made some we talked in the the preseason. I use the word combust. Able to describe that team. We're kinda barreling towards that that moments if they get past the deadline with no deal. Yeah. It'd be great. If the players moved away from LeBron on the bench for one game in instead of the other way around they just seceded from the union did want to ask you before. I let you go. Kevin durant? Comments about the article in the athlete. Do you think that Golden State knows what? Kevin Durant is going to do in the offseason. No. And I've had this conversation looked did their kind of bracing for the worst case scenario, but they're gonna come out and and recruit him, you know, they're going to be aggressive in in trying to retain him. But they're they're bracing for it. And they've got backup plans. I mean, the the Durant stuff was just I I don't really know what to make of it half the time with with some of the reactions Kevin has to certain things. I mean, Kevin Durant has given himself a tremendous amount of power by signing these one year contracts. He has been able to dictate you know, what he does certainly. And he's been able to have that power over organization that are over the warriors over the last few years, but the fallout from that is if you signed one year contracts, you're gonna have people ask the head during the season where you're gonna go next. So you can't have your cake and eat. To if you sign short-term deals, you have to deal with the with the questions that come with it. I like the Sixers getting so bias Harris. I I really like I would I like him as a player. I I know it might be short term in Jerry West. I don't know what he's doing. But you know, what? When the mad scientist gets into his lab, you know, something comes out of their explain that deal on both ends do you like it? I do like it on both ends, you know, for the clippers. They probably work in a resigned Tobias Harris. Anyway, they made him an eighty million dollar offer this past off season. He rejected it at he's played. So well that he's going to be worth a lot more on the open market. And we know what their plan is. They're trying to open up as much cap space possible to get collide Leonard and baby somebody else in the off season. So flipping a guy they weren't gonna resign gets them to first round picks and really it's three Dan because by trading Tobias ineffectively guarantees. They'll miss the playoffs. And they eat their pick. If if they missed the playoffs won't transfer over to Boston. I like the the deal from Phillies vantage point as well. But I think there's gotta be another shoe to drop. I mean Tobias Harris took sixteen shots a game and averaged twenty points with the clippers how is he going to adjust in twenty twenty five games to a significantly reduced role. Jimmy Butler had his bumps along the way. Now, you add to by Harrison the mix over the next. What is it five hours? Now, four and a half hours. I'm really interested to see if the Sixers deal Marquel folks because teams have called and tried to get their hands on him and you'll have to so low to deal him. Now, you're not gonna get dollar for dollar value. But what you can get back is a Terrence Ross type from Orlando not Trevor REEs because I think they're gonna keep in Washington. But a Trevor REEs a type maybe somebody like Ted Baze more in Atlanta. Somebody off the Phoenix Suns. They can get a sixth seventh or eighth man for Marquel. Foltz? I think that that that's being something being strongly. -sidered within the Sixers organization. A potential bombshell today would be what? I mean, I guess they wouldn't call them bombshells if we don't know about them. But I mean, there's there's a lot of there's a lot of activity in Memphis right now, they've got a, you know, half dozen or more offers on the table for both Mike Conley and Marcus oil. I mentioned Orlando because pretty much everybody. But but Jonathan Isaac and mobile MBA is available down there. And the guys that are available can be difference making players. So I think you can see especially in the Eastern Conference some contenders make moves that may not be bombshells per se. But but really upgrade them what's going to be a tough ploughs. Thank you. But I know you've got a busy day. We appreciate your time. As always Chris. You gotta dance. Let's Chris manic senior writer covering the NBA for Sports Illustrated. Yeah. I was wondering if you'd have a lot of times, you'll have these moves that are sort of on the periphery, but they do fill in some gaps there for teams, and that's what I always try to keep an eye on. But the Tobias Harris, I do like him a lot. But I do think the Jerry West. Is doing something because that's what Jerry West does. And he does that better than anybody nineteen after the hour is is Darius Rucker. He's here. He's in. He's in our tour bus or is I've been in a tour bus with Darius before. And what goes on in the tour? Bus stays in the tour bus twenty after the hour back with the great Darius Rucker, right? After this in the Dan Patrick show. Valentine's Day is pretty brutal on us guys and the pressure to buy the perfect gift is pretty intense. Flowers are always the right call. But this is where it gets a little dicey. 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Because we brought out cameras and then Nance does play by play while you're on the T, and he's got a par three in his backyard, and they has music that's piped in. He's got the Augusta music there. And he's doing the Hello friends. So we're going to do that got a rematch a little bit later on today. Dan, Patrick show brought to you by Mercedes A M G be prepared for whatever comes your way. The all new GT four door coupe because life is race. Visit your local dealership test drive that our next guest is a huge university of South Carolina fan a big dolphins fan, and you may know him from his appearance as a cowboy in that burger. King commercial or his brilliant music career that spanned over thirty years, even though you didn't see him in the CNN special out great music in the nineteen ninety s his band defined a sound generation. No, I'm not talking about. Dave matthews. I'm talking about areas Rucker. Oh, that's. Okay. Okay. I'm so bad. I'm at the pairings party. Darius as you have been visiting. I do. And I don't know why. Okay. So we're at the pairings party on Tuesday night. Darius is getting one of the great awards. You can get the Arnold. Palmer award all of his charity work that he's done with golf. So he one of the first things he says me, he goes, hey, did you see that CNN music special nineteen ninety and I go, no he goes, they they didn't include us. They didn't include us in the special on great music from the nineties. Not great music just music. So lotta people they talk about it wasn't all great because I go up to Darius. And I said, you know, imagine dragons are sort of Rudy in the blowfish. Now, this is where he started to go. Then what did you say? After that. Tell you. Remember of glad you don't remember you were vicious to me. And I love imagine dragons, I know, but I I was being serious about because I said it, you know, people got to the point where they're like, hey, we're mad that we we bought the album of hooting the blowfish. Absolutely. And now the thing with imagine dragons is they're still they're taking the gigs because they don't have the money you go on tour, you do things, and they're you know, too big too fast. Those things we get too big too fast. And and people love to hate you. And you know, you just go through that. And you hope he sit there twenty five years later, you know, going I did. Alright but country they stick with you. Yeah. Country fans of the local there. Okay. If if you like burst onto the scene. Yeah. They like, I always I always say country fans pup fans always wanted to what what's next. What's the next big thing and country fans want the next week thing? But they also want that that blanket that they've been you know, that have had on their bed. The last ten years the wanna hear that too. So so what was the line? I had I don't remember come on. No. Was it really? That mean gift? Do you know you? Actually, get me. Guys. Remember anything? I would have said after knows me. And you standing oh was. Yeah. But you came and that was very no I I said that I wanted to be out early. I wanted to come in because it you know, what we've been friends for now coming up twenty five years. Yes. Five. Absolutely. And you're now appear embassador. Yes. I'm a what does that mean? That means I can you play anywhere. You want? Funny that you say that, you know, it is part of my deal that I can play all the TV courses. And I got a list of mature the other day, all the TV courses close. All. Yeah. Yeah. I get to play a lot of ways. But are you like, sir? Nick Faldo or you like ambassador Rucker like how's his, oh, I didn't even think about that. I got three very doctorates, and I'm gonna I'm gonna Bassett over. So yes, I think I should be ambassador Rooker. Yes. You'll have to call me that well there's three letters in invested or that. I would call you. Boo. Boo. Boo that. So the Arnold Palmer. We I'm super out of that. Yes. Yeah. And you you'd met Arnie or deny become friends. We hung out. I got to go play golf with good good. I went to Pittsburgh with them. I I mean, I, you know, I went down and play golf in Florida. A few times we are dead. You're like going every time I hung out with them. He wouldn't let me call him Mr. Palmer, and you know, I'm southern and that's just hard from it. Yeah. But he won. Let me call Mr. Palmer. He always made me call them Arnie, and it will be sitting there, and he'd be I'm sitting there, you know, in Latrobe or something and he's telling the joke, and I'm just like I'm sitting next to frigging. He might have been saying I'm sitting next to Darius Rucker. No. He was like why you? Who did you have that experience with as a musician where you go? Holy smokes. Oh, one of my buck, my boiler bucket list things was to meet McCartney. And so I got to go to show, and I got to meet him before the show, and I'm with my kids, and my wife and were there, and he walks out of the back, and I'm telling you, it was all I could do not to cry. It was all I could do not to cry and he walks over and he taught we start talking and he's great. And he's he's paulie so nice and everything and his great reminds daughter, I love her so much. He's looked always said that you put the cry. But yeah, McCartney really shook me up, but you didn't ask for a picture. Did you know that we were there to take pictures? I have to ask. Okay. Digest music questions though. I just talked about we talked a little music any really really geeky. 'cause he was wanted to go on like, it's weird. Never Chris Farley on Saturday Night Live when he was like you remember when you were with the Beatles. It was awesome. And an the what do you say? Yeah. I got a million things. I could say, but you know, I just always say was thank you. Because he's part of the reason I'm standing it. What's the song? You wish that you wrote that the Beatles wrote? Hey, jude. Yeah. Perfect soul. Really? Yeah. The perfect sold have you ever covered that? No, I'm not going to. I know I'm just a singer in the cover band that got really lucky, but that was perfect. But you guys started out as a cover band. Yeah. I go. I'm still. What was your what was your go-to? This is going to slay this brings the house down. There was a moment in our career when we early on like this year or two in the in the plan where we played twelve orient songs. Auriemma songs in. What's that you do name drop? Mike Michael Stipe a couple of times. Yeah. You're gonna cry. Yeah. All right. And we're still RAM was everything for us everything. But then are you trying to emulate them when you guys start like when you start to write songs, are you thinking how REM would do this? Oh, no. We didn't do not that. Oh, we you know, we we knew we couldn't they were. We thought they were the greatest thing since the Beatles. You know, until we we we can we just went out, and you know, we play their songs. And then when we started writing our songs, we took it from everywhere that we were, you know, from country and all the stuff, we listen to and came up with their own thing who did you open up for biggest name. I'll goodness we opened up for a lot of the big names. When one offs the Allman brothers did play with them, and we played with we played festivals and stuff little bit. You know, oh, we toured Europe. With slashes snake pit van Halen. And in Bon Jovi, and we were playing we were playing rock him ring and rock camera. We plan the big, you know, eighty thousand seat places, and it was unbelievable. And we have a great story about that. We every every time everytime. Who'd he plays before we go on we toast. And the last thing we say is here's the slash. And the reason we say that as we were on that tour, and we had and we were playing rocket marine in Germany, and we are trailers right backed up to slashes and got windows in the back. And we're we're about to go on. And we look and we look over in slashes over in his trailer with about twelve girls, and we got thirteen trailer. Everything. Twenty years ago. Rightfully so. Have you heard our meet Friday songs? Yes. I've urging me Fridays. There's some pretty good meat Fridays. Yeah. Heard about that. Yeah. I I wrote a meet Friday zone for you. But you guys gonna have to help me out. Okay. Yeah. Backing vocals you need you need headphones. No. I'm a professional. I'll give you hit. I'll tell you. What key young? Oh, no you. So you you did you meet Fridays. Gotta his home. Okay. Now is this cappella acappella, right? You want me to help sing? Because the last thing I want you to do. I don't need this with a little low. You've heard me to war writer, low, right? Exactly. We don't need that today. Title. What's the title? Hold my hand my hand. Okay. Very original. Very reason. I ask you to do that the other night. This is a morning radio. There was there was food there at the pairing Sparty. And I said hold my ham. Here we go. Did you get a full inter dog show? I'm sorry. Ladies and gentlemen. Please. Welcome to the stage, Grammy award winning country music star three time Grammy winner, he'll be singing wagon wheel the rest of his life. Houdini blowfish may thirtieth in Virginia Beach as they start there two or here's Darius Rucker with a little. And some ten in this small little brisket. But we will make a mess. Homini that will come on be professionals. Okay. Okay. With the little Sarah is candidate is. It'll be his get, but we won't make miss with a little salt and some home. In the world again will big. Oh, hey 'cause I got a handful. With you. I'll take you. You wouldn't be because. Oh, man. That will be you'll be a half me. Irreparable? Career. No, the Burger King. That's sensitive. I need to fly one. These dudes hire me. No, this is this is this is work. This is where it's a little bit more work. I don't wanna work. No, no. No, no. So the the reunion tour that means what twenty five years since you guys broke. Right. We broke twenty five years ago. Yeah. Correct. Review twenty five years, and it's amazing. Unbelievable. I remember it like it was yesterday. Unbelievable. I mean, but all of a sudden you guys. So it's one thing to put out an album. Yes. And then you hear like, okay? Wait, how many how many did they buy? And then all of a sudden it becomes what eighth eighth highest selling album of all time. Yeah. That right. Yeah. Although CNN didn't mention you in the nineteen ninety at follow Jake tapper. How does that? Jogi gigolo. Here's how does that happen? That CNN does something on music from the nineties, and you guys don't make it. That was really surprising to me to think that because they did a big thing on Nickelback. Thank Nickelback got a full twenty. Twenty. I was I mean, it was creed. Got about. Yeah. Fifteen minutes are so the blow you guys are gonna do Elba. Yeah. Yeah. We're already we're what are we starting recording world. We've we've had our first sessions and we're going back into finish up soon. It's it was fun. Getting by doing it again, man. It's amazing how when the four of us get together, we fall exactly into that same place we were years ago, and you do it machine time machine. Absolute how long before the first fight? We we haven't had in twenty five years. We haven't fighting thirty years you guys never thought. Altering Pete Townsend leeward ever raised our voices. Never. I never knew that. That's we will handle things that way. We're bay vote. You lose go pal any chance that hold my ham makes the new album. I hope to oust I'm call. I'm physically calling my lawyers where did that cut out of? Guy right there. Chad from the traeger his gonna pay you in brisket. Down. Well, don't you have a trigger? Go. Yes. I do. Yeah. Girl. We got it. Right. Tailgating use it all the time. Who you playing with today? Can you very all right? All right. Well, he's a country from Kentucky is is of of friends. Kenya? Longtime and who else you plan with Matt Ryan we've already got our game lined up. I'm gonna take some money for Matty's. Does he know that you big dolphins fan? And you hate the the falcons. Falcons hate is was there for very specialty. Who do you hate? I hate the patriots. I loved all Brady. How do you love Brady a little village to? Wait, the concept of the patriots using when you're dolphin fan. And you watch your team lose every year you beat the patriots once and then they win the division and go onto the Super Bowl. You can't not hate that. I hate them because they're great. I admit I hate them because they're great the tour starts may thirtieth in Virginia Beach. Yes. And then you'll be coming. I o catch a couple times their health. No. No. I'm still trying to survive twenty two years ago in Scotland and Ireland who I was talking about that was a yeah, I'm still try that. Because I wanted to take you guys down. I really wanted to I wanted well in London. I did you figured it. Wherever story says. Some day the last day, then I can tell all sorts. Still on the air with filling all the Woody Harrelson story. What's I can't wait? I still can't believe that was great with fries. Remember, the you shoot. Are you kidding me dominated comet take a break? If before getting trouble. My wife's watching. Love you. Honey, if you wanna see Darius in a couple of by the way, very good golfer played with Bill Murray last year and really really played well might be lying about his handicap. 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He'll join us coming up phone calls. We'll try to get to a couple of those as well as we close out here. The second hour tomorrow on the show Jordan, speak will join us and Chris Harrison who is the host of the bachelor and bachelorette. Yes. Mclovin and bachelor in paradise. All right. Okay. Gusts in Los Angeles joins us this morning, high gos-, what do you have for me today? Taking my call just to quickly touch on the Anthony Davis thing, it feels that the pelicans are just using schoolyard tactic. And like, you know, trying to million from in, you know, they're the small market team. They don't want the Lakers big and bed. Whatever it just feels like this is the Knicks, and the Knicks came with Porzingis trade would've already been done or just seems like, you know, like into the small market teams when no small market team to deal with have been done to seems like everyone's just trying to have a laugh at the expense of LeBron and the Lakers. And then the second point is that what right me being a Laker fan. Right. Just how Brandon Ingram Lonzo ball and whoever else on that Laker squad. Would they had to be offended that there in trade talks like unless you're Dame's Orden's Steph curry, LeBron, you know, named the mainly maybe two or three others. What? Right. Do you? You have to get offended with your name comes up in a train discussing. Well, they shouldn't be offended because anybody knows thanks for the phone call, by the way that when LeBron comes to town these changes that are made do I think there'll be a new head coach. Yes. I do do. I think that we're going to have a revamp roster. Guess my point was at the start of the season. And I still feel this way let these players continue to play. You're not getting Anthony Davis. So let them play. Hopefully, they increase their trade value a little bit more because you do have a nucleus there. And if Lonzo ball's dad wants him traded to Phoenix. All right. See what you can get from Phoenix. And he would be I I like Lonzo ball. I do. I don't like his dad, but I like Lonzo ball. And if he goes to Phoenix a pass first point guard, you know, what he might have an NBA career. But if I'm his dad, the one thing I would do is. I wouldn't say anything I would try to help my son shoot free throws. How about you start with that before your critical of Luke Walton being a horrible coach because who was his coach growing up. All that's right. It was you any shoots forty one percent from the line and NBA player point guard starting point guard does not shoot forty one percent from the free throw line. Even fifty one percent. Even sixty one percent. Final hour coming up. It's more of your phone calls. Mclovin. Got the poll question. I do. I do the eagles or the right to let Nick foles this ivory plays fifty two percents. Yes. Okay. Final hour coming up here from Pebble Beach, the AT and T Pebble Beach Pro-Am back after this. 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GSMC Music Podcast Episode 124: Dixie Chicks

GSMC Music Podcast

36:01 min | 1 year ago

GSMC Music Podcast Episode 124: Dixie Chicks

"I want to know the latest and hottest music hidden the airwaves dealer. Be Left out listened to the Golden State media concepts music. Podcasts keeps you on the loop with everything you need to know. Pop Rock hiphop top flooring and we'll throw in news of your favorite artists concert and tour dates ed so much more further because this is the gold standard in music podcasts. Thank you for listening to the MC music podcast brought to you by the GMC podcast network. I'm your host gain liquor Brown. The music lover constantly seeking nelas going into rising rapidly. Top smoke was fatally shot during a home invasion in Los Angeles early on Wednesday February nineteenth a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to rolling stone. He was twenty years old initially reported by. Tmz pop smoke born ambassador. Baraka Jackson was at the home around. Four thirty am when two men wearing masks in hoodies broken. Multiple shots were reportedly fired and hit Jackson. Tmz also reported that the home belonged to Edwin Airey. Errol Save not sure how you pronounce that A. R. A. Y. A. V. E. Husband of real housewives of Beverly Hills Star Teddy Melanchon. That's why I don't know how to pronounce that name because I don't watch real housewives. I JUST DO ATLANTA. Sometimes York use the Orange County Gerrad at the time the story was published. The two men have not been reportedly identified or captured. Jackson was born in Brooklyn in nineteen ninety nine. After releasing the twenty nineteen viral hit. Welcome to the party. He dropped meet the Wu in July twenty nineteen and had gotten cosigns from the hip hop community including Nicki Menaj Cardi B. He also appeared on Gatty. Attract FROM TRAVIS SCOTTS. Twenty nine thousand hit L. P. Jack Boys Jackson's latest mix tape. Meet the would to release last week and debuted in the top ten on billboard top two hundred chart. The mix tape gained critical acclaim and birth streamed worthy singles including war featuring lull. Tj shake the room featuring Quavo and Christopher walking. I literally just heard. His name mentioned like a day before his passing. I'd never heard them. I remember seeing an interview on the Angie Martinez. Show and Andrew was asking if she had Listen to pop smoke. So that was the first time I'd ever heard of them. And then like the next day I get this news so he died before I even had a chance to check out his music but his songs made the top ten as reported will his album did but he also has songs in the top ten. We'll go over a later on and segment to So I checked those songs out and he had a very distinct roughly deeg Howlin Wolf type tone and I just I love voices like I love that tone The two songs that I heard that are on the top ten and they jammed so definitely have to check out his music It's just really sad that I'm checking it out after death. Unfortunately we're going to keep on this trend of death This next story. A detectives believe they've found the body of a man who went missing during a Florida. Musical Music Festival over the weekend. Authorities said ABBADI SUSPECTED TO BE MATT EASTWOOD THIRTY FOUR YEAR. Old was spotted Wednesday morning floating in the lake near sunset cove amphitheater in West Boca Raton on the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office posted on Social Media Eastwood had last been seen Sunday night at the Forbidden Kingdom Music Festival which features base and upset music. The body was taken to the county medical examiner's office to confirm his identity and determine cause of death. Investigators said they didn't. They didn't suspect foul. Play earlier organizers of the event put out a call via social media to find Eastwood. Six candidates took to the stage on Wednesday night February nineteenth for the Las Vegas Democratic debate including former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg Bloomberg for the first time a number of celebrities have taken a twitter to express their thoughts on a heated debate sharing opinions on a number of topics including health care and Elizabeth Warren's scathing Tirade Bloomberg's policies and past rhetoric the likes of John Legend Midler. Sarah Silverman weighed in I'd suggest going on social media. If you WanNa see what they actually had to say. It was a lot of tweets. I'm not reading them all. It was a busy night for Justin Bieber on the second episode of his late late. Show takeover stretch on Wednesday February nineteenth after helping host. James Corden gets to work with some Carpool Karaoke on Tuesday. Jamie got his hands dirty with two bids that tees that tested his mind and body in the first bieber slipped into his shyness shorts. He slipped into his shiniest short shorts in Flies Basketball Jersey Jersey for a bit of Toddler. Offie in which kindergartner in grade school? Instructors put him through some of the bounciest down dance moves you've ever seen adjusting of. Course pull the spends sprints and fancy arm swing set to the breakthrough hit baby off like a boss. Cornyn on the other hand was way. When did he was back shortly after that? To spread some joy in raise money for the L. A. Foodbank by teaming with Gordon to launch a yummy food truck. It looks like the Dixie. Chicks really are gearing up to release their first new album since two thousand six and just in time for an election. Year the country's Trios Natalie Maynes. Posted a series of teaser picks over the weekend from what appears to be the video shoot for a song entitled. Gas Lighter. The picks of the chicks instagram show means along with bandmates Martie. Maguire and emily strayer drinking wine to a straw along with the hashtags gas lighter and Hashtag DC x twenty twenty. So just seeing that. The new album is coming. This year. Main shared the same images as well with additional tags. Hashtag very soon and Hashtag music video me national. How contributed a cover of I-in X.'s? Never tear US apart to an upcoming all star benefit album for Australian brushfire relief entitled Songs for Songs for Australia. The compilation organized by Australian singer Songwriter. Julius Stone of Duo Angus and Julia stone is due out digitally on March fifth and on CD VINYL in June also appearing on the album in which artists cover well known Australian tunes. Kurt vile covering nick cave stranger than kindness stone midnight. Oil's beds are burning. Damian rices Oh see as Chan Chan to lear. Martha wainwright's caves ship. Song Dope. Leman the go between streets of your town in Dermott Kennedy Matt Corby Resolution. I'm so happy to announce a project I've been working on over. The last few weeks wrote stone on Instagram. The video song I posted earlier of beds are burning. Got Me started inspired. I reached out to artists I had a connection with. I thought we could do more with more of us. I asked if they would cover an Australian song for an album. That would raise money for the bushfire crisis. Response was immediate and immense country singer Darius Rucker couldn't quite believe when he was surprised this week that the news that his song wagon wheel was certified eight times platinum. Get it boy. Making one of the top five. Most popular country singles ever on Wednesday rucker stopped by the country Music Hall of fame and museum to see his items in an exhibit but his label Universal Music Group Nashville surprised him with a plaque featuring eight platinum colored records after repeating the word. Wow over and over rucker mutter to himself that can't be true as he inspected to plaque in his hands. According to the Recording Industry Association of America Wagon will now joins other multi platinum hits among country. Music's biggest songs in our I a sixty year history including Taylor swift's love story lady. Antebellum need you now. Florida Georgia Line's cruise and little ause X. Old Town road. It's amazing to me because I came here to make country music and I didn't expect success. I didn't expect to be on. The radio said Rucker who had already had a highly successful rock career with what was not grope. What was it you know who a blowfish who I always I always thought dairies is a day was who'd he thought he was. Who'd he the band was a blowfish? Sahil Freeland is not yet a household name but he and his recently assembled alantic. Records team are confident. That won't change quickly earlier. This month of my truck the singer rappers country trap owed to the titular a vehicle reach number one on spotify viral fifty chart. His spotify profile has more than one point two million monthly listeners off one song with my truck gardening more than fifteen million streams across all digital platforms worldwide low X. Clearly show that there's a demand for this down Atlantic VP. And a R. I N Hunter says but almost immediately after old town road low gnaws eggs put out a rap record. I don't believe that brilliant like him at all. This isn't a gimmick. I asked him right off the bat. Is this what you're doing or do you think you're going to switch to some other genre? And he was like no. This is what I love. I'm influenced BY COUNTRY MUSIC RB HIP hop and this is the lane. I want to be in. You can read the four article in Rolling Stones. So we'll take a break and return with two or news and say what Song Lyrics go but the day. Just be one without your Hollywood Vince. Flip Golden State media concepts center. Ten podcast take care of that all inclusive look pop kosher. Welcome back to the GMC music. Podcast hosts he'll league brown onto tours and festival news Americana Legend John. Pine won't be making the trip to Australia. This April as he recuperated from hip injury. The seventy three year old musician has been told to put his feet up in. Take a break from touring his scheduled performances at Blue Fast on Australia's east coast. This April has been scrapped. Organizers confirmed Thursday is website lists of North America and Europe dates book through November. Starting April Twenty Six In North Carolina. A message from his family says that the artists will be looking forward to being back on the road for this date in others. Prime Miss Several shows and twenty nineteen to undergo heart stint surgery. The Angel from Montgomery Singer added the Grammy's Lifetime Achievement Award to his collection last month and will receive the icon honor at the upcoming Twenty Twenty American Association of Independent Music. Libya awards this June in New York tour promoters chug entertainment said. John was resting. Doctors were confident he would recover. They said concert planned for Tuesday in Auckland would be delayed until Wednesday on the advice of doctors bloom the strokes and Tyler. The Creator will headline the twentieth addition of Splendor in the grass. Australia's much-loved Midwinter Festival. Also joining. This year's Splendour lineup is a Yai. Ya's midnight oil glass. Animals Denzil Curry Denzel Curry Duke. Dumont live violent SOHO MARA. Masa king cruel and many more watched in two thousand one. The festival is always one of the hottest tickets. Australia's festival calendars the brainchild of secret sounds. Ceo's Paul Picotto and just do crow splendor is a rare mid winter. Camping event held in one of the country's most sought after holiday spots Byron Bay and the international performers are typically in cycle. It's not uncommon for the performers to test out new songs and tickets typically sell out now onto the top ten songs played in the United States according to apple music surprise. It's still rowdy rich. The box at number one a boogie would've hoodies. Numbers is number two again number three the weekend hours. That's the new song her yet. Number four the late pop. Smoke your number five future. Life is good number six pop smoke again which shake the room featuring quavo number seven. Justin bieber intentions featuring quavo number eight rowdy rich high fashion featuring mustard number nine the weekend again with blinding lights and number ten boogie would hoodie. Ma'am me and my guitar. So no do baby. The baby didn't make it this time. Bet He'll slide back. He'll be back next week now. Let's compare that to the top. Ten songs played globally according to Apple Music Rotting Rich. The box sits at number one again. You know number two the weekend blinding lights number three Justin Bieber intentions number for the weekend after hours number five numbers proud featuring Roddy Rich GonNa London on the track. A number six future life is good featuring drake number seven. Pop smoked your number eight pop. Smoke game was shake the room number nine Justin Bieber yummy number ten. Billy Irish no time to die. I need to check that song. I totally forgot. It was out been curious about that. Plus the the James Bond Soundtrack Song. So how am I half the press play all night? What have I been jamming Brent? Fires F. The world mess album? I'm not saying that the world that's what he named his album man. That album is fire. He makes the type of rb that I fell in love with both a present vibe. The production is so sick. You can jam the instrumentals alone but when you add voice and Lyrical Swag. It turns the tracks into gold for me. The project doesn't start until the title track F. The world somewhere in London other standouts let me know and Rehab Winter in Paris. He surprised me on talking about domestic abuse and bluff in overall solid project I don't know much about him. Other than his twenty seventeen saunders son which was fire to my sister and my cousin. Put me onto that one. So when I saw he had a new album I was like. Oh Yeah you don't do this dope. Let me check them out. It kind of took me a while because I believe I reported came out a couple of weeks ago. I was listening to other stuff before it. A benign kind of regret that his now the stuff that I was listening to before I won't even play again but this I'm a I'm a have on repeat this indeed. Smoke IS GONNA be on repeat for a while for me a Christian hip hop albums. I had a chance to check out some stuff But the one that stood out the most for me is Dylan. Chase try again. Now I've been following Dylan for a while. Now I even have the privilege to interview him for my testimony. Musician Story PODCASTS. And he is always consistent with his projects. He never disappoints and he didn't this time around. Either it's a Moody Project kind of Imo Vibes. It starts with week which sets the tone for the vibe of the whole album. Resurrection in reimburse is an amazing song and he really flexes on his ability to just read the beam and scars talks about fans who have shared They're cutting scars and just emotional scars with him not home yet. Features one of my favorite soul singer. Sean Seen Johnson. I've interviewed him as well. it's just it's an overall good project in his short says an EP. Even now if you recall USA do the same song lyrics. We took a little break from it. But now it's back and this episode will feature the two thousand five Song Cupid's chokehold by Gym Class Heroes now without paying too much mind to the lyrics. It sounds like a catchy love song. But let's examine the lyrics and see if that is true. Take a look at my girlfriend. She's the only one I got but not much of a girlfriend never seem to get a lot bad at up now. That seems a bit harsh not much of a girlfriend and you're not much of a romantic. Obviously I never seem to get a lot. That line is about to not make sense because here were about to watch him go. Through on a couple of girlfriends will lease. It looks like he talks parents about at least two of them. So it's been some time since we last spoke the next lyric. This is gonNA sound like a bad joke bad joke but Mama I fell in love again. Okay so he says again so obviously he's had a girlfriend before and it sounds like he has girlfriends all the time and he's just always fallen in love with quick. The follow wanted him types. It's safe to say I have a new girlfriend. So what the hell are you talking about? Never seem to get a lot. Lab is so safe to say I have a new girlfriend and I know it sounds so old see because his say all the time almost like really a new one. Okay but Human. Got Me in a chokehold choke hold and I'm afraid I might given towels on the Mat. My white flag waving. I mean she never even cooks me. Pancakes oh no I mean. She even cooks me pancakes. Because that's that's a winner right there. That's it tell all she cooks pancakes and Alka Seltzer. When my tummy aches but as acute lineup I mean she even pancakes and Alka Seltzer when my tummy aches. If that ain't love and not know la the we even got a secret handshake and she loves music. That my band makes its cute. It's a cute song. I know I'm young but if I had to choose her or the sun and I'd be one nocturnal son of a gun. Battered up I saw that whole section sounded hopefully sweet and naive. Now let's get back to it. Take a look at my girlfriend. She's the only one I got but not much of a girlfriend. I never seem to get a lot. He goes lies again. Bought it up. Take a look at my girlfriend. She's the only one I got by not much of a girlfriend. Repeating lies again by that. Okay it's been a while since we talked last and I'm trying hard not to talk fast but dad I'm finally thinking I may have found the one. Okay so now he's speaking about women number two. He said he never seems to get a lot. But so far. This number two in the song ain't even over yet. I mean that's number two just in this song. We discussed earlier like clearly. He's had other girlfriends so type of girl that will make you way proud of your sign and I know you heard the last song about the girls. That didn't last long again about the girls plural. So but his cupid's chokehold so like you said dudes always fall in love keep. It is always striking him but I promise this is on a whole new plane. I can tell by the way she says my name Batard at. I love it when she calls my phone. She even got her own ringtone. If that ain't love that I don't know what love is but it's GonNa be a long drive home but I know as soon as I arrive home and I opened the door. Take off my coat and throw my bag on the floor. She'll be back into my arms once more for sure. Like la La La La. Take a look at my girlfriend. She's the only one I got not much of a girlfriend Repeat side again. I never seem to get a lot. She's got a that would make the most see now knowing old man bite his tongue. She's got is comparable to sunrise and it doesn't stop there. She's got porcelain skin. Of course she's ten and now she's even got her own song but moving on. She's got the cutest laugh. I've ever heard okay. So his description of her is precious. Like I said this is acute as song and we can be on the phone for three hours not saying one word in ice and I would still cherish every moment and when I start to build my future. She's the main component. Call it dumb. Call it luck. Call it love or whatever you call it but everywhere I go. I keep her picture in my wallet. Remember them days now. It's just pictures on the phone. But I keep your picture in my wallet like here. Take a look at my girlfriend. She's the only one I got that not much girlfriend. I never seem to get a lot buddy and they just repeat that okay. I solicit discuss this phone. Okay so I mean the whole song sounds like puppy love and the music that accompanies lyrics is fine and a teenage boy way It's teeny bobby type song Like I said it's cute. Cute as hell but ain't it a disc two though and when I start to build my future the main component okay. I would if I heard that but the chorus though telling me I much of a girlfriend like how are you going to say you want to build your future with me but I much of a girlfriend then? Why are you telling your parents about me? Why are you complimenting me? Then dissing me. Are you playing games with me? Is this a love song or not? That's what I will be asking dude. That Sung this song to me because after the reading after reading the lyrics. I really don't think this is a love song. Do YOU AREAS SAITO. Break AND RETURN WITH MUSIC. History with the dixie. Chicks searching the vast jungle of podcasts. Listen close and here this out see. There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching. The golden state media concepts podcast network is here. Nothing less than our podcast. Bliss with endless hours of podcast. Harvard's from news sports music fashion looking entertainment fantasy football so much more so stop lurking around and go straight out to the golden state media concepts podcast network guaranteed to build that. Podcast is whatever it may be visit. Www DOT GS MC podcast dot com. Follow us on facebook and twitter. Download us on itunes soundcloud and Google. Play thank you for listening to the. Gmc MUSIC PODCASTS. Now let's get into music history with the dixie chicks according to all music dot com so formed in nineteen eighty nine as a western theme. Bluegrass band the Dixie. Chicks eventually became one of the most popular in Contemporary Country Music as well as the highest selling female group in America beginning with nine hundred ninety eight wide open spaces. They struck a balance between the commercial radio. Ready Aesthetic of country pop and the rookie sound of neo traditionalist country a combination that helped distinguish the trio from such concurrent stars as Schneider Twain the Dixie chicks further distance themselves from countries conservative boundaries as their career progressed on their their outspoken beliefs specifically Natalie maynes open criticism of the war in Iraq which ignited a backlash in two thousand three or sometimes voiced to the detriment of the band's cells nevertheless the dixie chicks remained a compelling band in concert and on record boasting three part harmonies and an instrumental prowess that was virtually Paralleled among similar groups sisters. Martie and emily were raised in. Addison Texas a suburb town of the northern edge of Dallas. Both girls showed a talent for stringed instruments at an early age with Mardi. Mastering the fiddle and emily learning the five. String Banjo. I told Ya I love me some strings especially a woman on them. Strings gets me every time following their high school graduation. The Irwin joined basis. Lauren Lynch and Guitarist Robin Lynn. Macy to form the dixie chicks whose name was modeled after the little feat song. Dixie chicken the group originally promoted a classic cowgirl wearing rhinestone studied re Regalia and honing a mix of traditional country folk and Bluegrass. The band members even paid homage to Roy Rogers Calabro co-star wife on the independent debut. Nine Hundred Ninety S. Thank Heavens for Dell Evans as a decade progressed. However the group's image and sound became more contemporary often bridging the gap between country and pop music the move toward a more contemporary sound began with nine hundred ninety two little cowgirl. A transitional record who's new direction aided in part by the contributions of several side men including still guitar legend. Lloyd means resulted in macy's departure with Lynch now handling lead vocals the remaining trio resurface in one thousand ninety. Three with shouldn't a told you that they signed with Sony's newly revived monument. Imprint in Nineteen ninety-five but Lynch left the group shortly thereafter according to December ten nine hundred ninety eight feature the Dallas Observer both Both she and macy were victims of the Irwin's desire to foster more youthful image. Soon named as Lynch's replacement was twenty one year old lead vocalist. Natalie Maynes Lloyd. Means able voiced daughter. He Line are the lineups which brought with it. A new contemporary wardrobe and a modernized country. Sound still few predicted the massive success of the Dickie Dixie chicks nine hundred ninety eight major label debut wide open spaces after the lead off single. I can love you better. Became the group's first top ten country. Hit both. There's your trouble and the winsome title track rose to the top of the hot country songs chart wide open spaces went quadruple platinum within its first year and eventually became the best selling group album in country music history. Earning a slew of Grammy Awards along the way fly followed in one thousand nine hundred nine immediately. Returning the dixie chicks to the upper reaches of the country charts with the lead single ready to run another smash hit was goodbye earl which spun the tale of an abusive husband who died at the hands of his vengeful wife. Although lyrics owned a good deal of black comedy goodbye earl as well as another song. Sin Wagon whose lyrical touched upon main desire to do a little mattress dancing. Prove that the dixie chicks in always adhere to conservative ideas of their country fan base. This outspoken attitude initially contributed to their success but means future comments about president. George W Bush would plunge the ban into controversy in later years. The dixie chicks were now genuine superstars and they joined the likes of Shakira Mary. J. Blige share and Celine Dion for the filming of VH1'S DIVAS. Show two thousand two. I totally forgot about divas. That's right three months later. They were back in the game with the release of their sixth album which skewed and Polish sound their recent work for an install gic. Bluegrass based style home marked their first release of their own Sony imprint open wide records. There you go girls keep that open. Keep that get that Brandon. Get that branding is also gave them their first. Two top ten hits with the pop chart songs longtime gone and landslide stirring cover of the fleetwood MAC original top of the world who were live and its accompanying. Dvd arrived in two thousand and three capturing the band's strength as a live act however the top of the world who are also marked a turning point for the band on opening night in London main spoke out against Iraq war stating that. The girls were ashamed to share their home state with President Bush. Many American fans lashed out in response in the Dixie. Chicks watched as country radio boycotted their latest album released in two thousand six taking the long way don't with that backlash which included death threats group protests and a chilly reception at the two thousand three. Acm Awards was songs like not ready to make nice which won three Grammy Awards and helped reestablished group as a commercial force. The album itself netted additional two grammys and ready to make nice earned the dixie chicks their highest peak to date on the pop charts taking the long way only sold two million copies in America Bell. A commercial elect down compared to band's three previous albums and the dixie chicks temporarily disappoint disappeared after the two thousand seventeen grammy awards for several years. Things were quiet in the dixie. Chicks Camp Sisters Emily Robinson and Marnie McGuire eventually formed a new band. The court yard hounds and began making plans for an album release and accompanying tour in March. Two thousand ten. However the dixie chicks announced a string of summer concerts alongside the Eagles and Keith. Urban the courtyard hounds to counter their own tour in September. Two thousand six at the end of the frenzied media tour for the release of the taking the long way album. The dixie chicks had recorded an intimate live set at the Los Angeles Theater as vh one storyteller series and the performances and the performance was finally released on DVD. And Blu Ray in two thousand eleven further illustrating the trio strength as a live. Act The DIXIE. Chicks returned in two thousand thirteen for a series of concerts. Called the long time. Gone tour this ran into two thousand fourteen and in two thousand fifteen and they embarked on the DC x m XVI tour that extended into twenty sixteen. An album called this tour also called d. c. m. m. f. b. i. appeared in September twenty seventeen and as I reported in the news segment and segment. One they're teasing that they're working on an album right now now I showed my love for all things. Strings string instruments I just remember that. The dixie chicks were. They were dull like I wasn't too into them about that era when they came out. I was lake super heavily into not country. I don't think I really started to appreciate country until maybe after all. They're like Iraq backlash but I remember that the sound heard of them. I really liked in. I do remember appreciate Emily Thinking. Okay then shakes doubt I totally way more than anything. Remember the backlash that they got about the the Bush comment And honestly like it was so hard lake. They weren't so hardly it didn't say it in this but I believe they even Lake Lake crushed and killed in their CDs. It was one of them things like that they did with. Nwea like people were mad. And I didn't think they bounce back from that so it's really cool to see that they're still here. So Yeah Kudos to the dixie chicks and Kudos to you for taking time to listen to this. Gmc Music podcast brought to you by the GMC podcast network until next time. I'm Julie Brown. The Music Lover Constantly seeking positive music. You've been listening to the Golden State media concepts music. Podcast part of the Golden state media concepts podcast network. You can find this show and others like it at. Www DOT GS MC podcast dot com download. 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Justin Rose, and A Star-Studded Nashville Match Was Born

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Justin Rose, and A Star-Studded Nashville Match Was Born

"Oh Look at Boston. We'll Tom and look at. This stuff that they that they to some? Of It such quantum using and. Stuff like that is what we need. To turns. Gold Nice to be your boys congratulations on all that you're doing. Mediocre as it is at the LACI this year, I'm very much thinking. So I don't. That people together. Thank you. Brag dumped butter knife my wed off. These newer younger him or. Barstool Sports Tigers. had three back surgeries. One fusion we welcome in from Barstool Sports, rigs, and Trent guys welcome to the show. Barstool sports. We're back per show of the week. We've got a big Gash Justin rose US Open winter. Olympic gold medalists. He told some great stories. You had some phenomenal insight from winning at Marian that's coming up. We're going to throw that in and fifteen minutes or so we're going to talk first about a large development things have happened. Since last time we did a show which was last Thursday Jake Owen Darius Rucker Morgan Wallin, and hardy. We are playing them in a golf match. Tomorrow we have the whole squad today. The whole four-man scramble is here lurches back from slinging drones. We got Trent Frankie Lurch and myself on the ones and twos jake baths, Brendan Jones, all the videos that you see all the promos that you see that's those guys and they cut up this. PODCAST. which really doesn't take that much because we pretty much just record we spew some bullshit for an hour or so and then we stop and that's pretty much how it goes out. But gentleman you guys, the evening will be taking a this. Monday that were recorded you guys will be taking a jet plane to Nashville Tennessee and we are playing at Troubadour, which is a new discovery property tomorrow, which is the twenty ninth of September, the four-man scrambles back one and our undefeated. This is a different format. The person that we're playing is not a PGA tour winner who gets the hit one shot and play his ball. Our opponent is a four headed country music. Who is coming after US and trying to give us our I l. our. reveal. It's a totally different, totally different vibe now because you know that like. When you play the one guy when we were we were talking about kids in that matchup we said like all right like there's going to be times where he just doesn't beat US 'cause he's one guy make a mistake in hit into a bunker he hit to the back of the grain to Putt. There's a bogey you just make a powerful win that whole we were pretty confident. That on a really tough golf course. One Guy could make a mistake here in there and we're going to be pretty mistake free clean guard. But now you're talking about four guys that play so much golf I mean Jayco and plays more probably than anyone in the World Darius Rucker I think plays like twice a twice a day from what I'm seeing on twitter people are like, oh. Yeah I blocked the same club is Derek Literally every single day when he was on. Tour and they're fucking decent handicaps and good players and they're all friends. It seems actually provides are going to be real hot and it's GONNA be tough. They have four shots at every single location and they're probably just better offers us and we have to factor in the point that we're going to be standing over our ball looking this on the t standing over our ball and Darius Rucker, Jayco and Morgan Wallin and hardy are gonNA be standing right behind us like with. Like with kids it's I think maybe the maybe the first couple like you're a little nervous just because you're out there there were a lot of people out there nurse but then he used to kiss Kisner just like one of our buddies these guys were I'm sure they're very friendly but the fact that like Darius Rucker is going to be standing right behind me as it up a shot. I'm very, very nervous about that two Larry's. The whole. The whole thing's is, I happen fast you don't. So for anyone who's not fully in tune Jayco and started kind of a little bit. We started chirpin back. I had a conversation with him. He's trying to raise money for his foundation. He saw what we did with the Kisner match said Hey why don't you guys coming to Nashville? We chirped we talked I think during quarantine. We had him on the podcast that we got kind of emotional actually and a little. Got The got pretty intense about the fields about life. It was great but we talked about kind of battle and we've talked about. playing the Jonas. Brothers talk about plane different celebrities, different. PGA Tour Pros and boom here. This thing came. So we actually are doing this to raise money for the Jake and foundation. If you recall, we went Vero beach last year we saw this concert we buffet was it was a whole thing came in on his plane we came in on a plane we actually the only I think group in the history of private aviation to get delayed for like seven hours but we get it we made it to bureau beach we raise a bunch of. Money with Jake we're doing that again. So you can go to the lake. We've got all over the place, but we've got our transfusion version of can drink all day. Don't start in the morning tease which are fire. We've got the kind of cool match Nashville Guitar Country Musicians. That's what we're doing shirt We also through a couple auction items. So people bitch us, I see the DEUMS L. The time are Olivia my boys take you guys. Well, we would just you guys you shock you bunch of anti handicaps. Now's your chance if you. have. The highest bid on the auction item, you will play on camera the four-man scramble. So it's not like we only take on celebrities now like we only take on the catches of the world which we won were undefeated. By the way, we'll take on you joe. Schmo near three buddies, the highest bid wins, and then you can also play me in a match or find a good golf course might be Erin Hills at last time somebody won an auction we went to air hills could be Pinehurst you live out west we maybe we'll go to Torrey. Pines where we'll go but we will find the sweet course. We'll play you guys go do the auction do the bidding jake gotta match up to anything that's going for like eight thousand dollars we can play mattress jake, and so We're we're raising money for a great cause and we're also here to win. We're we've brought on are very good friends at. Owens. The barstool transfusion by Owens they saw they heard about the event Jaco and Owens probably a match made in heaven. So they're going to be covering they're going to be supporting this event. and. You should be supporting owens you really absolutely should be drinking transfusions I saw a bunch. This weekend people are starting to get pretty heavy I. Think People Start to realize that you know summers over its fall. You want to get those last days that you possibly can out on the course enjoying a nice delicious beverage. So go to owens mix DOT COM check out the store locator go get it go exchange money USD, what we talked about a lot on this show, and then you can get your parcel transfusion owens mixtures is awesome. Go check them out. Thank you for supporting and sponsoring be match but. The handicaps are so folks know going in lurches currently a four, which by the way graduations lurks. That's your lowest by far, right? Yeah and four or five. So we could add some decimal points in that screen shot that they put out there for five handicap much lower than I've ever been. and. Yeah. I mean it almost makes you nervous the lower you get because I've got fulfill that and I don't feel like I can really fulfil four or five I feel like I can fulfil six. Four five gets me nervous because that's better than my skill set in my mind. Yeah so you know. I think we lost audio disres-. Audio back your back now. Yeah. Why does that my fucking Shit computer that does that you think I think that might be what it is computers shocking attention you. Can speakers behind you what's going on the wall Bindu or in Nashville man? Oh. Yeah he's in. So, Nashville Hotel. I didn't think I decorate hustle. It's unreal. Sweden. Isn't it? What the what the hell are we also we're just GONNA. Hand. Traveling. Out Oh. Yeah. This. This is my first time. I. Got to get on a flight in like three four and a half hours. This is my first time flying since February but not even that but like the fact that raises in rigs in this little box my screen right now through the Internet and he's in a room in Nashville, and then I'm going to be in a room next like in the same kind of room. Tonight it. Throws my brain for a loop like you wouldn't believe like I'm looking at him. Then I'm GonNa, be there within a couple of hours. Sometimes I wake up like the morning I'm going to travel and I'll be like the next time I wake up. I'm GonNa be thousands of miles away. I think about that all time. What do you guys live in an eighteen fifty like we've been traveling? Yeah, I think you know sometimes we did pizza views in Pittsburgh I was in New Jersey Pittsburgh Tobacco Long Island for dinner and we time I flew private with Dave and I remember. I left my house. For like lunch and I was just like in New Jersey Pittsburgh New York City in back for dinner and. And House like what the fuck is. I just take the concept of twenty-first-century travel. I can't figure that out I. Will I just got a memory that we went up to cabinet and? I landed Monday morning went to work that day that evening I left on a plane to go to Scotland. So I woke guy over Scotia and I went to bed that night in Scotland. I spent a day of work in new. York City. Aging. Okay. Now we're GONNA. Do this I'll say funny I had a funny moment with Jake on Monday where Sunday night Frankie and I were at weight with Bryson till like ten pm then drove to Newark New Jersey, took a six am played Detroit was at the bar. So classic for about six hours in Detroit then took two different flights to get to rural southern. Missouri. At Big Cedar and we were there by like. Nine o'clock at night on Monday night and I just said to Jake and you're grabbing her bags and said I don't remember being in Detroit. No part of me remember I don't even recall that we were in Detroit. It is just is bizarre but you guys will be in Nashville to go through the handicaps lurches afford congratulations allergic been playing golf almost five, which is I think the lowest I've been in a couple of years. Frankie's and nine I think entrenched. We've played Trent in his matches always as a twenty five and it's been very, very close I feel like the matches. The handicapped police was fucking eaten up. On. Thanksgiving fuck and fees. People I plugged the numbers that I play as put them in this system. It's actually like. I'm waiting to have another nine holes to just to match up the fifty foot like it just logo into it. So I'll end up being nine down below and it's great. It's crazy. One of the rare instances where being a twenty five handicap on a golf podcasts was an absolute blessing people were just. Lighting you guys up and they're like, oh, we'll trend told the truth fucking sucks. But these other guys. It was it was great and I, felt bad because it was it was like thrown baked to a bunch of sharks putting up that grabbed. I've talked about these fucking people all the time is like, what do I gain for making? Handicapped seem lower than it should be like. Here's the thing that they're not understanding like it's not like I'm just saying that Haiti gap and then never playing in real life and showing you the way I. was like what you don't break ninety on film. So well, that's A. One round of golf in the middle of thirty that we plane summer like the. People don't comprehend that the handicapped is your potential. It's not your average. So that's like anyone who doesn't understand. The system will freak out there like you don't shoot nine over on average. That's not true. It's like, no, you're correct my potential like when I play really well, my potential for me I'm a five is to shoot around like seventy seven. That's my. Potential that's when I play. Really well I'm a five handicap, a lot of times. If I shoot eighty, five ninety, those won't even affect your handicap because they get out of the twenty and all the bullshit. So people just don't get it but it is like even Jaco yesterday, he's like Dude I was reading those comments and people were roasting you guys, you're any. Sense with my point, my point about like the we show people how we got. It's not like I just say I'm a nine and then you never see me play. So it was like this huge elaborate lie that like I put it on the Internet and I'm like, here's the way I play. Guys just believe me like the numbers just what the number is and then I play on Cameron on worse because I crumble under pressure from a mental fucking nightmare and like I just don't play well on camera with you guys imagine. It would benefit me to have a higher handicap number in by Jit system because it would match my play on my on camera. I. Like gemstone them saying you're watching me play my number should be high I want it to be higher. I wish I was a fifteen. Numbers and it told me that I'm a four five. I also like I'm free to like Shit on anybody that says like all on the four just brag about it's like I don't even want to be a for it yet no offer that I'm a fuller because I don't even believe it myself on wipe down that low but if someone is entering only like they're good scores and just. Every time you play like all the really WanNa say is that they're single digit handicap about it will then yeah shit on that guy because he's kind of a loser because he's just like property himself even though there's really nothing to prop up but we input the numbers that's what it tells us now. I WANNA BE I WANNA be eleven I think being an eleven. Handicap is perfect. That's your. So lethal I mean someone on on the t they say there are thirteen I'm like. All right. I don't know that you're really a problem. They say they're like seven or eight that's pretty low. You'd better be able to play here in eleven and you play a decent round. You'll fucking dusty I WANNA be intellect. Perfect getting a good amount of shots. You don't have to debt bedazzle anybody. Nobody's putting all this heat on your that your some single digit superstar eleven i WanNa live at the double hockey sticks just be eleven. That's kind of what I would like to do instead like you're saying like Being a lower got it just sucks to shit spot to be I said in an interview like three years ago we launch Marshall Gaza where I think at the time I was around five or six I said yeah it's the worst handicap you can be because if you play people that are a little better like to those people were very consistent and they're just going to beat you and if you play someone that's like ten or eleven like I'm saying they get just enough strokes that if they play even decent golf, they'll just stroke you and you'll just loop so I do think that those. Are the worst I. Have a little bit of a scouting report from yesterday we've got the handicaps for our opponents. Jayco one is a to Darius rockers about an eight hardee's about ten and Morgan Law about fifteen. So I think if you actually you know do those numbers, it's GonNa be it should be a pretty good match. To. Thirty five to forty three. There have an aggregate of thirty five strokes and we have forty through strokes. I don't know that really matters because I. I think it really comes down to like for the most part it's going to be I mean it's also skill sets like we proved against Kizer that we are together a complete PGA tour player and one thing that makes me very nervous about what I saw. Yesterday with Jake Bowen is it is putting was not good short game just in general like he didn't score well but he fucking stripes off like he was roasting I'm talking he was hitting it farther than maybe anybody I've ever played with person. It's the Gospel he hits it way farther than Kisner. Mike significantly farther. Really. Yes, that's interesting. Like, DUDE On the first hole I hit a pretty good drive and don't get me wrong Trent. Like. Frankie Lurch you guys are longer than I am obviously but like if we both hit good drives, I think it's like within a decent. Route like I have pretty good drive on the first old jay was sixty yards. Adamant. He's hitting away three twenty. Duty. Had to be hitting it at least when he had a good one too. He hits this high draw that's just in the air and then takes a big bounds. He was hitting it miles on one on the par-five I. Think it was like the eleventh hole. I had a good drive down the middle I had to sixty two flag. He had to ten flag so like I was hitting three would just short of the green he literally I think hit a seven iron just like pushed it a little right I may end up winning all but still he he had a jit. Fifty yards closer than I was on almost every shot. and. So what I'm saying is in a scramble, the fact that he doesn't he was putting particularly well scramble when he's got other guys on team if he could just move it out there that far that's GonNa be really hard for us to contend with like he was killing the fault. I haven't won a golf club in a month month and a half. At least a month. Now it's winged foot was last time. When was that? So it's almost a month. Now that. Well. Yeah. Well, for a long time was looking like large may or may not be able to make the trip and I'm very happy that Lurch is able to make the trip because that makes things much more interesting because without him me Franken rigs of being a world of fucking trouble. We'll. Do an Amtrak you smirk for most of this podcast you've been sitting there smirking I don't know what that's. In line with. But one vote that I bitterly remember from her matches. You woke up Frankie and I were talking about the match being nervous and you just had a breath of fresh air and said, you know everybody else's nervous but one thing that doesn't matter today is my dog game. So I I think this format changes as a little think a little bit more pressure on you to be. Uninterested in terms of what you what your take is on that. No Yeah I was very relaxed during the kizer match and I, kept saying I'm the Glue Guy I'm the Glue Guy and I think I still am the glue guy but I'm going to have to make a couple I mean I'm going to have to contribute more this time around I don't know if that's going to happen chances are that it won't but I'm GonNa die I definitely would like to contribute more. But at the end of the day I am twenty five and I'm terrible and you guys of the studs. So I'm going to be the positive is only I'm going to be the glue guy but I would like to contribute more. I hope it will be a good match because I wanted to be and I am confident that we're going to be. Some some. So there's some things about. The notion of Trent, was just kind of there in the kids dramatic. That's just so blatantly false I think in the in the KIZER match. So the Trenton drilled three or four. Exactly, and so I remember on the thirteenth hole where we had like seven foot slider for Birdie and kids had like two feet up the ill birdie where Trent made that caught I think he was putting second and drilled that Putt like if you don't make that we probably don't make that cut. There was also been the whole before that when large hit that six, hundred, one, ninety, eight to two feet or whatever it was we. Didn't have a single ball in the fairway except for threats and that's why we were doing. So trends t ball was huge there, and then the unspoken aspect of the format scramble nobody ever talks about is like the comfort level of Trent drilling fairway after fair away all day. That's changes everything for the rest of the group because then like tricky, stepping up their loose in one of our longer hitters being able to just swing free and. All of that adds up and matters. So Trent you're going to be huge. I know that you're you Mr Glue and you are the best gu-guy business, but there's GonNa be some huge moments tomorrow for Trend Daddy your golf game that we're going to rely on confident. You're going to bring it again if you guys looked at the match objectively and I appreciate you saying that because I think I think it's true. I think we're GONNA be alright. Tomorrow you look at it objectively how do you think we're going to fair tomorrow? Because you guys are better because. As. We talked about I think on last podcasts which feels like a long time ago you are you're the match guys you guys know how it works really well, what do you guys think when you look at look at it? Objectively, it's tough because we we don't know anything about this other guys games. We knew Kisner game inside and out. He's on TV every week know each other's games inside and out we played dozens around a golf together. We don't know these other guys like. JAYCO talking to. So he was like Hardee's game is stunning. He's like because that guy is kind of all over the place. He's like a total beauties random. He's going to be tied and he's like he can actually play a little bit so I think it's GonNa be. It's GONNA be tough. I. Think in the Scramble Format, it pretty much always comes down to putts and I think when we were playing highness number two, it was a very unique like the average scramble format scramble is played at a charity event from sixty four hundred yards and it's like who could shoot fifty eight and win. So it was such a unique experience at higher because we had a game plan of just hang on tried to shoot even par. Kisner have a great round of golf, but he was open course from eight million yards. This is going to be think a little bit more of a classic like we're GonNa have good. Birdie looks on almost every thing to some degree and so we gotta make pots and I like our chances from what I saw yesterday make us more than I like their chances making putts. So I think we're GONNA win, but it's going to be a doozy. Alone how will we plan to say Yeah I don't know yet. I took good question I don't look at the scorecard I. Don't know anything about the golf course. It's a very different experience last. Replace these guys home course. It couldn't be more of a home course for the troubadours like at a country club country star like It's like a family resort. They got the little wiffle ball. Field. there. This is a place that I was telling us about it Also endow also I think Shane. Mooney. was saying about troubadour wearing the hat I mean this place is like this is their fucking playground. They know this place aim side in out Jake Brian plays more rounds at troubadour. Play Pioneers if I guess this probably lives outdoors and all of a sudden whereas a step, his home course, and now he knows every where every single cut every quarter, every green, every sloop, every bunker, a bunker harder than another like you know all the little intricacies of golfers whether I'm not making excuses to say, we have our work. Basing this match like when we played Kisner a human being, it's one like a human is just going to make mistakes over the course of own where like four plane has one you think like you will eliminate a lot of those mistakes. They're good golfers. So it's just GonNa be like if we don't play well, we're GONNA. Seller we we're good golfers. We are winners we did. were. We didn't get the confidence up here. What is what do so my? A Four Sive right I my competence, almost higher playing Kisner than it is playing these four guys. This is tougher match I. Her sure. But that's fine. We really we give kids that putt on seventeen that charity pod to set up the stage. 'cause we're performers we dusted kids to and one seat later. So now we got a little bit top task. It's It's like we're we're we're climbing through the ranks at. The US US amador and matchplay we took care one guy and it's just surviving advance march man regular call it survived advance. Our next match is four country megastars, which is fine but it's just off we got hit the golf shot. So we gotta make the pots and will win I put a little bit of a dagger in Jaco and yesterday getting three strokes. Thank you very much and I think we can do the same thing tomorrow I think that were undefeated breweries and that's because we know how to win. We are a complete golfer as four one not even close but as four were a complete golfer lurch playing the best golf of his life. Long Iron Stripe city. We've been getting edible on the whole trick daddy and I loved the role Putz in you guys stripe. It Fried. He's GonNa hit several three hundred plus yard drives I remember on the eightfold Kisner BMI. Of course, I did all the sudden out of the fucking clouds Frankie. It's drive like three hundred, twenty yards on a par five and we had a little short iron and one. So we're going to be totally totally completely fine. It's going to be a good match people can follow on. On instagram live, we're going to be going live all day, and then we've got more of a production behind the scenes you could imagine or making up everyone in their grandmother in the in the State of Tennessee we've got a cameras everybody coming out of the Goddamn trees we're GonNa have drone footage. We're going to edit that and put it out the following week. So tons of coverage coming up from this thing there's there's a good get excited. There's a good chance we lose frankie mentally because of the production, he might just have a full blown. That's something that needs to be accounted for in the odds and where people are picking who's GonNa win like I know that I'm going to be I mean I trust can brandon. Our production has raised its level immensely in the last year and I think we're still talking getting there. We're all just trying to work together. What's the best way to capture match? This is a whole is an eight headed beast. We've never done this before with looking for country music superstars, and then us four idiots you gotta get audio all those shots, all those interactions everyone's in carts going over the place we got freelance audio guys freelance guys, and I know my eyes are going to be going I'm going to be. I'm going to be aware you guys I know it's going to be happening but hopefully, I can stay in line because we have a huge match to play and I need to be just delay there I also like we need a good rain session, we need good positive box me to wake up feeling good. We're GONNA WAKING UP IN NASHVILLE, a new city for never been to national either. That should be fun I heard we're like in the downtown area. So at least you get to see some of that I. Know It's not like I mean you're the right now is national not national like I'm sure like places. I walked outside yesterday, which was Sunday morning when I got here and I walked down to Broadway to get a little breakfast and like I don't know it's like walk around. Vegas at nine am on a Sunday there's a no one ever wants to be doing that. So the whole thing was weird nobody is wearing a mask which I mean I got I just can't I can't. Really. Afford to beginning corona virus because of the quarantine and all that. So the second that I was like I was walking in the middle of the street to go around pods of people that were standing on the sidewalk just like without mass. So not that I'm some crazy neurotic cry I just can't afford to get I got fly I gotta be able to go around for work and. Do Different things and whatever. So I can't I just need to not get it and that made me scared. So then I've just been in my hotel the whole by outside of playing golf club Tennessee yesterday other than just pretty much my hotel. But I think from what? I've seen people when I went I ended up just eating at the hotel bar here yesterday at like eleven in. The brunch seen like people were having drinks and music was playing and that was just a bio l.. So Nashville's going to be national. No matter what I. saw like some pretty people are getting a little political my tweet of I. Think I just said like, I wouldn't call this place Masks Ville and people started getting pretty like good. That's right. We're not afraid of that. Should he house? Dot Get into this, but I just don't want to get the virus. That's really all I care about and So I haven't really been out that much but I think people were doing a national thing I'm excited I'm excited to format scramble is back. We get to try to stay undefeated It's GonNa. Be Fun. It's GonNa. Be Shit show, but it's GonNa be fun. I'll be stunned if we show up to that golf course and all four, those guys are playing against us like. The names that were playing I can like I will be stunned if we go off without a hitch and like Darius Rucker just planned off with us and Bogan like Morgan Wall and it's not like to me I just think I couldn't make it a fucking superstar literally lick my ass I don't care. I'm not. I'm gone I'm going to fucking some island to drink Pinochle audit and play guitar I'm not playing you guys and golf that's what they should say does the I'm walking up there with this Shitty fucking mustache and this shooting grin on my face with a fucking packaging and Brandon and all the audio people we're here to fucking built and Dowse and they're just Superstars country, music legends Darius Rucker. Was it who do you hook and blowfish? Can Get me, what are we doing? How do we get this Jack Jayco? JAYCO. His spotify is like the biggest. Country Music. It's crazy. The Guy Puts Banger and we're saying mortgage wallet is the UP AND COMING JAKE says the new Florida Georgia were every single person that's a fan of music is holy book this Guy Mortgage on a heater. Hardy a crazy person I. don't really know I've seen his instagram. He's got the whole look really intimidated I've been trying to ignore the noise because I I'm looking I'm not a huge country music fan, but you can't deny Jayco and dairy structure like but about I'm just trying to ignore it all because if I start thinking about it too much I'm going to be way way too nervous even like put my ball on t. but with guys like there's Rocker Jayco in an apparently more. Walton. Is just this rocket ship I? It's hard to deny annoys that these guys are just superstars and I should be nervous busy. We're going to be busy just gotta hit got hit golf shots we're to do moss follow along we're going to be putting the links up there but the reason that we've got all these big names raise money. So please help us out go to start on Barstool sports dot com click on the link get yourself shirt we got three different options on there you. Go to the link to J. Cohen's foundation website as well. There's auction items. There are t shirts you can buy, and you can just donate. We're trying to raise money as possible. They can't do concerts that can't do shows they can't do events which they usually use to drive money for awesome causes. He works really hard with his foundation just like Kisner does to really help people out and so they need money to do that. They can't raise the money this year because they can't. Do the concerts like I said so help him out. This is our big event to help them do that check out the links by t shirt get involved Okay. 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S. three zero two, nine, that is www dot m. l. s. consumer access dot org equal housing opportunity credit to me once again for reading that so smoothly that was amazing. Okay. Justin. Rose is up next and we're GONNA come back. We're GONNA talk a lot about big cedar about these Augusta National Photos about the partial classic wrapping up about what's going on in two K here's Justin rose. I folks rejoin for the first time on the podcast by two thousand, thirteen US Open winner. Olympic gold medalist justin rose were in. Missouri, which actually my home state we're in a bathroom he has interesting. Have you ever been to Missouri before now have not been Missouri before I just watched the show. ozarks kind of DNA quite what to expect rolling in. But man, it looks it looks incredible around here. Some of the views especially, this clubhouse just looking over everything. It's unbelievable. Do you I? Mean this is a little bit of a TV van. You know you guys you're going to have a fun match out there today when this comes out, people already have known the resolve of something like this. Do you do any prep I know you're coming off the US Open but you kind of just coming in and I feel like it's almost you're kind of a resort guests for the where you're experiencing. Of course for the first time one, hundred percent I mean listen. Coming off the US Open pretty happy to look outside from the clubhouse and see pretty white fairways rough. So you know the the Typo is a wing didn't treat me so well and looking forward to a totally. Different change of pace play with the lads but. Listen learn a time to to prepare. But at the same time, you're playing golf with Tiger Woods Roy Makaay Justin Thomas. You know you're GONNA to get to the first T in good shape you're going to feel good you're going to. Just playing for those guys. You know kind of lights out the is you know so even though it's a hit and Giggle we're GONNA. Have some fun. You still want to give a good account yourself so. Yeah. I. Guess after I'm done with you, I'm GonNa WanNa hit some balls today and try to out the swing and see what goes on. Do you play much kind of fun hidden giggle offers more of a job right? Because some guys are golf nuts in their into kind of exploring courses around play. Nets my job. On the easiest guy to take ten bucks from one hundred percents. There's no motivation when I play Social Golf I just kind of go flat. Don't even visualize Mashad literally. So I feel like sometimes it's a waste of time but I enjoy like I treat it a love going home and love playing my boys that I grew up playing with it doesn't happen very often. So when get opportunity, it's more about just hanging with them but like I said, I'm easy money. So let's let's see Hervey. Today's got a little bit more more to it than that. How different of a? Without that focus, right you just kind of mentioned something to me. That was interesting about you don't necessarily visualize your shots right and me we're the Classic Weekend Golfer where when we go out, it's almost always with a couple drinks and we're trying to shoot low scores. But at the same time we're trying to play quick and I'm not going through right you watch golf channel like well you need. A really visualize and then don't step into a shot unless you're a hundred percent ready and I'm like Oh. Yeah. I'm just trying to break eighty two. So it's like, what are we doing? How different are you? If you don't do what Justin rose needs to do forever shot I'm different for sure and I think the other thing is you know if you take me to tough golf course or. Give me a match against some good player. That's say scratch handicap. I'm GonNa win all day long on the tough golf course but you know you take me to you regular golf club the where the scratch handicap can shoot a couple under suddenly I'm maybe GONNA shoot three or four under and he's going to take more money. So it depends on the venue and it depends on the setting for sure and I feel like the more it is the more I just kind of like. Some like a something that doesn't click. I think that is the X. factor is what I see and. Great players play. So there's so many talented guys out there. So many guys that you see hitting balls in the range and you think if someone told you, they were the fifth best player in the world you'd like, yeah, I can see that but then they go play tournament issue eighty-one whereas I just shot sixty five two days prior. In Hidden Giggle so Rather it kind of clicked when you need it. But yeah, you know like I said if you if you need a quick easy ten, give me a call. How often you mis hit shot. Often, I would say around the Gulf I hit two goals, shots That was it. That was perfect. That was nice yet. So you know I think they say like. Controlling your bad shots, the Bachelorette's get better. That's the measure of Golfer you know and I think the perfect the really clean golf shots a few and far between I mean obviously If you really on your game, you might see more than two. But at the moment, I'd say two to three goal shots hit and is for me it's like the spin rate it's just like it comes. Out on the right trajectory especially, if it's windy like doing exactly what it should do in the wind holding the breeds whatever it might be. So you know I'm definitely going quite a sort of disowning I in terms of what I wanna see but you know soon as you hit the ball like this is something that feels sweet when it happens right, I must be nice that sounds great. So the open you know when you when you one at Marian. Flush, right I think a lot of of you coming down eighteen in the in the comparisons, all the history where your ball was and how you flush thing. You know are you hitting way more shots that week that to you? Are you know oh? Yeah that's right on the button or is it more? You just Kinda scored better because it looks like you're hitting it pretty good. Yeah. It was interesting week I spend time preparing for that tournament kind of went to Mary earlier I really try to understand the golf course and I thought man this is the US Open. How do I even par right so Spencer of the Tuesday Wednesday Thursday out the love the Gulf coast fell in love with the whole place. Drove the members do had lunch on the Veranda like I. He's right there the wild Marion's coolest place in the world. then. Went Back to Florida for the weekend and it rained a ton op put on golf channel Monday morning 'cause flying back, choose they often and all I heard was is going to be a bloodbath around Mary and the guys are GonNa shoot like fifteen underpass short soft and that was a waste of time I just try to shoot even par bill strategy she par. Hours too late to change my strategy now. So I kind of went back up Tuesday afternoon just committed to what I'd learned, and you know ironically one of the power on the golf tournament. So Fortunately I didn't get wrapped up in all of that. You know the hype of trying to low I think that's what happens a Lotta guys marrying such teases you go. Of course, there are so many sure holes on it. He feel like if you are three or four over and you round, you got opportunity to maybe pull out the driver make an easy Birdie that causes eats you up if you do that and. You know the other thing is, I. bumped into a local when I was there and sometimes you just get these amazing little kind of not golden nuggets that just sort of reframed the week for you and he kind of told me like a great theatrical sort of play the first six holes of drama, the Middlesex accommodate and in the final tragedy. So as I really. Yeah, it's really framed how the golf course played because all the comical comedy holder in the middle of the round and the first day I t of whole number eleven and got to four over par early because I played the tragedy holes at played all the drama holes in the last. Six or five holes around. As finishing on the comedy halls so I kind of knew had the Birdie chances come into even those four overstate patient mashed thirty, three and five and shoot seventy one which has never lose the US Open on Thursday. So The fact that I met that guy who knows how that changed my whole framework and mindset that week but in terms of my Gulf yeah. Just stay patient man and. All those cliches one shot at a time all the boring stuff or did well that week but you know I paid off and that just gave me the chills. Guys he's wow I. Wonder How many people I do more but I was there. It's crazy to think that was only seven years ago. It was under seven thousand yards in one over par wanted. I mean how how can they protect golf courses now with the equipment with how good you guys are. Yeah. That's the topic in Gulf right now right? especially with Bryson to smashing it around the around wing foot six on the party. I think six, hundred, thousand incredible. You know big props to him to to clip the field by three shots playing in the last in the final group. I mean she's sixty seven unbelievable but it harder Yukon. There was plenty of rough and it was relatively firm. It could have been firm for shore thing winged foot but. There wasn't really much more. They could do to defend that place really without without taking it over the talk which I think the US has been criticized for in the past. So I think this even par for your second I. Think they set it up just right and maybe there isn't a way to defend it. But at the same time, Bryson Putt is socks off as well like he putted really well. So anytime, a guy is able to get the ball in the hole that's what the games value can hit as far as you want but if you can't get in hall. And GonNA NOT GONNA work out too well. So I don't know. For me furnace of Greens as the only real challenge because then controlling YouGov is important and that is much easier out of the fairway. So. Yeah firm Greens. That's the that's the Gulf coast has secret. That's the only defense it has I think to us I'm curious what what a guy like you? You know you're four years old. You've had a ton of success is a couple of years ago you won the Fedex. Cub Your major winner. Now you're looking at a guy like Bryson who made this extreme commitment to change his body to pick up twenty thirty yards and it's working and it's not just working in Detroit where there's no rough but it worked wing foot where it's as classic the US Open venue does that make you look at your approach? Any differently or or no I mean I think it's too late for me unfortunately to Kinda go and do something extreme like that but also kind of sit back and think well. Let's just see. Let's see how this plays out. You know give it to three or four years. Let's see what the shelf life is. Good luck to Bryce and I think it's awesome. But I'm kind of curious to see the journey that he's on now just look back and you know we've all seen it's hard to stay healthy really throughout your whole career I've had my share of injuries obviously. TWA's walked in here a minute ago we all know he's been through us taking a piss while exactly what that was a first for us and. Listening to that. So. Yeah. Listen I like let's see how it plays out. But yeah, for me I'm forty I. THINK IF I was to go ahead and go do something crazy with my body I, don't have the station my system to to handle that I know I know I would probably break down. At some point sooner down the road. So you know I kind of have to do unfortunately the old-fashioned way. Now kind of us a little bit of Guile and wisdom and try to figure out how to be a in different ways. So I I've always been a guy that has looked trying to turn over every stone to find improvement and I've definitely. Gone Down some pause I've kind of been one of the guys on the front end of Greens, books and getting green scanned and. Creating my own books and trying to get information either guys don't have. So I give him credit for the way he's seeing the game and I'm as interested in everybody to see how it plays out. Yeah. Because you've always taken a pretty analytical approach I feel like, yeah. Relative to a lot of the guys out there especially relative to the school of thought of feel and artistry feel your way around not you're abandoning that but I feel you've always been pretty analytical so it must be fat even a fascinating case for you to witness of someone like Bryce and coming out and going extremely analytical it is. You know I sat with him. Actually choose the US Open before we went and played a practice round and he was J.. He literally took two hamburgers to go chocolate bar protein bar and he was like, Oh you're Gaga Gago play nine holes and I saw him walking down playing with tiger and I was kind of we were talking a little bit about strategy and he was he was still very much committing to I'm just going to get it as far down the hall as possible and Wedge Out of the rough onto the green and I've played a couple of days on my ain't no wedging it out onto the green you know that that sounds a little bit simple. Clearly proved me wrong. You know. So I was I kind of was like snigger into myself. Yeah. Good luck with that one and. I was on the couch on Sunday afternoon. By six so. It's actually quite an ironic day Guy Woodland Guy Woodland and I played the final group the US. Open. At pebble which he won and. You kind of both tied for the lead going into the back nine and this year we were both drink and vodka Crohn's on our agents couch watching TV so. Slightly different different Sunday for us. What is that difference? Right? I mean obviously the way that you play. But for you I mean, it's I feel like on that level it's probably didn't feel like that big of a difference in the way that you're playing your game yet the contrast between Youtube battling out at pebble on the cliffs of California and you're sitting there having a little vodka on the couch. For. You I mean how difficult is that to have it beads such a small difference yet? It does hurt actually you know. It's good in a way. It kind of FIS. You up because you know that feeling of being irrelevant and Lychee watching from the outside looking in. It just feels. Feel Helpless I. Don't WanNa continue feeling that way. So does it flies you up to kind of have to do something different work a little harder to wake up call as well. So I've had moments like that. My career is back in six I missed three majors in a row and does preserve or I alternate at the open championship one year and kind of hung around the whole day on the first he waiting for someone to pull out in my this sucks like. Literally spare-part in and I think that did it spurred me on to the two thousand seven season Kinda got McCain, back started winning regularly, and so sometimes you need moments like that. You know. Not Saying Golf feels easy but when you have a consistently good period of time. You can take it for granted. So there's nothing sometimes a good kick in the you know what can can be the right thing at the right time so Obviously an American guy were always rooting for the US in everything that we do. Yeah. Why have you been such a jerk us in the Ryder Cup she. It's been a pleasure. Sorry. I. Think. I love playing golf in America man it Spitzer is the place to play. It's the atmosphere the energy you guys bring to. Spoil. General. Actually is is unbelievable in the Ryder couple of things transcended. Gulf right. So it's a sports crowd that turn up there and you know it's one atmosphere I relish playing in an hour and I and I'm also terrified. To plan at the same time like the most nervous that it brings out that kind of it's hard to listen. It's hard to play in front of the US crowd and I think the people think the Europeans are being dominant in the Ryder Cup. But if you look, I, think from two thousand, eight Valhalla onwards it's with home court advantage except Medina. Medina was nominally in my opinion we were again our. Whatever's kicked right big time I remember playing that Ryder Cup and walking from a green tea or from green tea on the Saturday going really like I've I spent two years life trying to qualify for this. This is I was so miserable and then Sunday came around that big comeback we had. Turned from one of those miserable weeks of had an go of course to the most incredible. Daviau golf course. But my point saying is that I think that one Sunday has swung like the feeling of the Europeans being dominant over the Americans in our favor. But really it's been home course adviser Dns been very matched and I gotta say. Obviously Ryder Cup would be this week. Right so I'm pretty happy to isn't because the US team is looking pretty strong right now, I'd say European t not so much. So maybe a little bit of a year a year of different momentum is is exactly what we need right now it's just interesting I remember back to that and those putts you made and the back and forth with I mean it was just. something. I feel like that will never I don't know that I'll ever witness a day like that of golf and it was like man, these guys just aren't going to miss and it's so it's I. Feel like every time I. See you in the Ryder Cup I'm like Oh that's a loss for. Every time. So so yeah, I. It's just so curious what that is and it's so respectable at so cool and it's it's to be on that level you know and yet we are always rooting for the US but at the end of the day I, mean we we talk about an poulter on our show. I have reasons to dislike him but on some level when the Ryder Cup comes around, we're like Whoa I mean, how can you not respect? Exactly you got to respect it right someone someone at least gives the heart and soul and leaves it all out there on the court or on the course whatever it is you go. You always go respect athletes like that. So I mean. I don't know what it was about that particular day but there was definitely something about Sevi- that day. The lake, the Lake Great Savvy and Jose Maria Olazabal was captain and. My heat is needed to win I. Don't know what he was. So emotional he was so into he had to for savvy like it was his big way of kind of. Honoring Savvy and I remember looking the crash that we had on. My things are less leave I remember looking down at it a couple times in my matching of what would savvy do come into it for several right there was that we're mystical feeling the air of you're doing it for a bigger purpose. Match Against Phil was unbelievable. I still remember walking up to the seventeenth teen I was one down. One down to play. Sometimes, if you saw Keiko consuls least get a half out of this game I remember pushing myself so hard to stay aggressive because a the half wasn't good enough. We were four points down every match. You know how to kind of be one I remember just thinking come on stay aggressive aggressive stay aggressive when I made their punt seventeen. I also really vividly remember. Okay that's just got your square in my inside of me. I wanted to go and do a like a cannonball into the lake like literally I was like jumping around inside would have been something that would have been something. Really define slow swagger connor to pick up my ball and then walked the eighteenth slows possibly could try and get my heart rate down because making that point seventeen means nothing if you lose eighteen. So those are my memories of it but listen it doesn't always work out that way Rickie Fowler beat me in the last singles Webb Simpson kick my ass in in the in the in the last in France. So. That keeps you keeps you humble right and. So but yeah, had good partners as well. I played. Henrik Stinson me and him Gel of play with impulse who wouldn't wanNA play with him in him gelled well in the alternate shot in the four-ball. So yeah, I mean I've earned my fair share points but at the same time and never underestimate the Americans deserve Henrik keep it light out there as he gets them laughs out of here. See I've heard he's a pretty he's funny but he's dry you know and it just he's not sort of cracking jokes he'll just say something in a situation that just makes crack up. And he won't even crack a smile under sunglasses. You don't even know if he's Wearing a mask if some some smiling Leggy, some people small with their eyes and you just can't tell with Henrik. That's why it's called the ice man but he is a legend and obviously my caddie future, the time and. His caddy Lordy who ironically now carries for me. It was like more than just me and Henry was the four of us going out. We're all good friends and you know that kind of energy world well, also talking about the Rose Ladies Series. Yeah Kind of came out nowhere to be honest with you and I just sort of had this feeling of almost guilt in a sense of right. You know we come in lockdown. PJ tours often running I, have the opportunity to get back to work millions of Americans and people around the world we're losing their jobs. I looked at sort of professional golfers as a whole and was like man I've really got an opportunity that not many others have playing for seven, million a week and. A lot of my peers especially, ladies just sitting there with no opportunity so There was a lady cordless young who was trying to scratch around some of the girls lived in England to put like a put their own money to play for so. I'm I'm happy to match that just to kind of give it a little bit more interest for them, and then it just grew into something that was more need. We realize at the ladies weren't gonNA play for three or four months. We try to put on a series that gave him something to practice for because it's not like you go back to work on your laptop when you're ready to go back to work like some other jobs in. Any sport skill set that you need to maintain and you can only maintain now having a scorecard in your hand and and the Reps. so that's that's what the Rose Lady series was. All about is trying to create the opportunity to keep the skill sets, shop and prepare the girls for the bigger events down the road was really really cool thing that you guys did thanks man yet a lot to a lot of people now that's cool and my wife right behind it. Obviously, you know sort of obviously. In quality for women and opportunity all of that stuff and you know my my agents and pull donald back in UK I mean they spearheaded obviously, I was out playing until most of the time but a lot of people worked hard on my behalf saw cool. That's awesome. Well, great work We really appreciate you taking the is rates. There's a lot of good to be a part of it man. Cool. Thanks good luck going forward and we'll be following. It will be rooting for you except for the I accept the. Thank you. Thank you. Thanks, Justin rose four joining the show. He was great. You smooth. He told stories you're not. You're not sure rose I mean I guess you could be occasionally when you're watching these pretty quiet you might not catch. You're not true. Gas. Just like. Proper cat he was aristocrats is one of my favorite Disney shows. Mestalla just stop one of my favorites but like you say, aristocrats on the thanks to watch little B-. Debit you know. A little bit barely barely got those words out while I was. Trying to baby like what's her name from Shits Creek? Shit Secrete Mora Moro said the bid the baby's projectile vomiting anyway. I was trying to. Work Gary a little thing throat, their blood. Aristocrats Justin rose also kind of crazy to see him in the mix just like with the barstool person because with rings and unfortunate because he's just like that name. He's like. You think of like non-american like when when you're watching the masters or the US Open rooting for your home home guys and the Justin rose is though is that guy or? Like you don't want Justin rose to win because he's like he's on their team like I've always thought Justin rose has such a European like just like everything about his look is just like he's the other guy and I never thought in a million years you'd be on our pockets like he did do like a back fast. Right and like Barstool is very much, not going to be on their radar. British. Like European Ryder Cup. Golf guys consumption is not going to be barstool sports. So. It was like I gave him a little brief before kind of what we do and he said Yeah I talked to my team a little bit a decent idea now and so So again to it, I didn't really know is this going to be pulling teeth and it was kind of people were asking how long do you think there's GonNa be could be ten minutes or could. Be. Thirty. Spending. I don't know like we'll see if he answers questions in the second that we hit record. He was just awesome. He was smiling he was chatty tiger came in and legitimately took a piss right behind this while we were recording, which was a new for us. Have we do. We have any update on the tiger story from the last podcast then we want to let people know. Yeah we do. We Have A. A tax that. That Robbie Mac send that said it's funniest and best for all to leave it in limbo. So Now. That tax right they're. Completely puts Jake's story in the in the right I think I think that means that. If he was your boy which he is, and he knows what happened he would just be like, no no I was there like wouldn't he like clear it up I feel like the fact that it's in limbo to me makes it like he's not GonNa like throw you under the bus, but he's also knocking to like. You know what? I mean. He's not GonNa to lie for Ya. I just don't. I don't know I like I. Don't know what? I also don't know what tax was sent to him I like. Right. I don't know how it was phrased exactly to him and like by the time that got to him, it's a little bit of a weird Occa- these losers, WanNa. Know The semantics of. Interaction with down can any I'm just gonna I'm just GONNA leave us in Limbo I. Don't I don't know now I agree with you. Frank it would've been great if he just said, no, I didn't say a word, but that's not what happened and so people can kinda read into it however, they want Has. Called me seven times in a row have to answer this. Isn't that like we're facebook is like isn't that like Silicon Valley or something like that I think I don't know. I. I think with time machines eventually get invented whenever that happens. It happens during my lifetime. I think the first place I go is that interaction between rigs Tiger Jake and Robbie Mac I don't many points in history that I could go back to that would be maybe more interesting to other people. You could go back when they're building the pyramids you could go back to whenever you want but I think the one place. The first place I'm going to go is big Cedar Lodge and to the exact moment where Riggs Tiger Woods are waiting to the bathroom and then just see what happens. Yeah you know the only way. The only way that went down the way. Jake says he thought it went down is he just saw something that I didn't see which is quite possible because I was soaps fixated on Tiger Woods right in front me on the fact that I just shot my little. Shah and he just didn't hear me and then I'm looking at it like, oh no ono what do I do and the next thing I remember is he finally did shift his focus like. A transformer or like Imperial Walker from Star Wars where they just like focus on a new target tiger just turned his focus towards me and just gave like rigsby what's up and and that I just was Giddy I almost melted into the floor in the moment. So Jake Jake saw something where he saw Robbie Mag in any way give like bats rig been like that's irrefutable. So if he saw that that's just that's Just what happened. I didn't see that. So to me tiger woods looking to go to the bathroom gets denied which one of the most amazing things I've ever seen is now just technically, if we're doing technicalities, he's just behind rigs in line to go to the bathroom I. I'm actually in line before he is and he's now finding a new route. He's now in his brain going wait a second I'm tiger fucking woods. Hey, robby. Is there away I see tiger woods the king will world can go to the restroom and then he tries to get an answer to that, and then his next focus is there's a human standing right in front of my face and then the word that comes out of his mouth is rigsby what's up? So to me, that's what I saw I don't know anything else. I can't attest any you're smart as me but that way. There's no sense to bring you in the other party. Just leave it the way you want I mean that's a dream. Life is a dream experience. It's no sense to ruin a dream with just here said Jay groped jake ruined when he when he got called over on the last five guys, it was it was just quite a moment when he came over and refuted the story based in idiotic thing to say from J yeah. First of all translating the biggest joke in the history of the world right now it's like the water jug you're drinking water jobs that you have in your house that like pulled back, you turn them upside down and you hit the a water cooler water. Kids. It's a gallon been trying to get in the water today. I'm trying to be healthy. It's not going well, we always I always update. This is right up at the top. What do you mean drinking a gallon I'm trying to do. I filled it up right. Before we started it's hard to drink a gallon of water or sink water. Dancing water on cheese. Nice? Cheese. Lift. His. Rush Oh God. Have that take. Breaking. Your big claim is that pizzas so it better than your you. Can't drink the water it cooks, ovens, it kills all the stuff. That's fine. You don't it's not drinking a straight from the dirtiest faucet in his apartment. Also, we have this huge filtration systems at the restaurant. There's no way in a million years what he's drinking. Straw in Missouri, can't have built ration- system that would just make water. Knocking into the water to be listen I, don't want to do all the stats backup saying there's more minerals and shit. Dude I don't want to get into the water debate again either but I've lived in new I live in Manhattan if this water wasn't healthy, they wouldn't be given shit doesn't dead. It'd be like a Batman movie where they'd poison the water supply like that is just not a thing that's possible because literally millions of people are depending on drinking this water and if it was if something was going wrong, this whole place would melt that I understand that I'm just saying that if you have the choice to eat to drink something that is completely filtered, which you know is filtered coming out of a fucking it's like it's not clear ass fucking cup or plastic. Whatever bottle or you're taking this water out of this old ass Faucet and is apartment building that you just fucking rented this apartment Wednesday last Athens bucket and replace it just going through the rusted bucket tights. There's. A. Million years that that is better than drinking something out of a bottle or a completely filtering water system. There's no way roast you that grow some hair on those little baby nutsy yours just straight water out of the Faucet but. I need I need filtered water just drink a little bit of water of Boston. Keep it fucking move. That's fine. You can say that that's fine. If you want to take just lose the debate about the filtration water. Filtered water filtration filtered last year you argue a bold weight and that's what I'm trying to say you just blatantly contradict yourself I. I still think that it's a higher level of water, which is why bagels a pizza or better but I also think that that goes into like food and at that point I don't. Drinking it straight out of Rallies Wash my hands, and we have like filters that Borelli the water goes into. The does not like like how the restaurant operates. Here's the thing. I've been very now I fucking wash my hands dirty, ass. Underneath this Boston I like I, and then all of a sudden I like going to there and like drink out of what does this fucking when my drinking out of a well I have been. Erique. Dirk. For your hands up in. Just goes into the dray I've been drinking a gallon of this water. And I'm a picture of health. So case closed. All right just. Get sick from drinking though I think that you're fine and I think it's probably perfectly normal. I'm just saying that aesthetics wise and let going up to the sink like the fact that you can just drink water to the bathroom sink to me is fucking crazy. I never drink water out of the hose as a kid. Who knows a fucking like juvenile like t late an idiot like a fucking a rabid little fuck in journalism so you're saying that maybe. The homeless and just jumping into my mouth I don't think that that's like, yeah I'm not putting it in a wine glass and sipping on at dinner. No I'm not doing that. I just think if you have walked into the same place like poop particles are drinking the water that's crazy to me how much you charge how much really charging. For fucking water. We should be. No one's going dinner anymore. No? No, we don't have to do that. 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It was really really cool I've been trying to get there for a while over the last year or so like I said since they kind of have Buffalo Ridge which is I think the number one ranked public off forcing the state of Missouri then added Ozarks national last year, and then they just opened pains valley which you guys saw the footage people that posting photos that nineteen. Polls all over the place from the Max that they had to pay Valley Cup but just being there it immediately elevated it to a top destination for me up there with you know the top handful in the country that we've talked about a good amount but I had to give big Cedar. They're there the credit that they deserve. It was really cool seeing it. It was part of the country that I think most people familiar with I think a lot of people think Missouri and Nebraska Kansas I'll always flat hearts country you wouldn't expect out of that mountainous terrain and it just fucking blew us away. So I hope that it looked as cool as it came off. You not your head, their frank. Just walk those all together. It's a very much of a lump together type of sentence there when you just name all those days Missouri Iowa Kansas saw that's why did that because like you? Pampered elitist. East coasters just look at the rest of the country you think they're not capable one full maker not coming up with good food having cooled terrain. You just think Long Island. The only place in the world would be stillwater even though you won't drink it. It's crazy. Oh God I will say Big Cedar. I can't tell you how many times I've texted someone this weekend or last weekend saying it's the ultimate like place to go now it's it's shot to the top of my Bucket list of golf courses you have to go play, tiger. Woods Golf course you have to stay in those lodges. You have to overlook all those little mountains in the hills and the trees you have to go see Martin Bird and Wendy, and the ozarks you gotta just get into the guessing the lakes Yossi, the boats the whole thing I mean even even was a calebs video and he was in the ozarks yet went to the people. Waving the boats that even though that was a funny like comedic video like the lakes they're fucking awesome everything about that place. That's cool. I really WanNa go there I actually think I'd like a family vacation pretty soon. I. Think we're looking at lodging last night like last night I was like we gotta go this place like like I just don't know what's the best time to big cedar whether it's probably it's pretty fun cold air it. It definitely gets cold but I would say I mean. Right, now is probably ideal even if you waited a couple of weeks because you get the fall foliage and that part of is off the charts so I would say. September October is probably going to be the best time of the year by far. It was like seventy or so when we were there and it's only going to be hotter now I'm actually going back amazingly which worked out really well, I'll go back for a bachelor party in like a week and a half, my foy, my best friend growing up from Saint Louis Area Guy Pete were supposed to Bachelor Party. At the Ryder Cup this year they had the whole thing planned out. They're going to do Ryder Cup. There's huge cost guys and obviously that got nixed the wedding still on. So we tried to pivot and then when all the golf is going on, let's go to big Cedar We've had this book for several months and then last minute came the Pains Valley Cup so I made like a pre trip. But I'm, GonNa go in like a week and a half for a Bachelor Party and play all the courses, and I'll report back on kind of weather. Hopefully, some fall foliage comes in by then but but I agree with you frankly I think the amount of response I got and we all got from posting photos looking at clips from that match people like, Okay Big Cedars now, just the number one place to go to I think caught in the country like it has a. Family place to you can take girls there. You can take your parents there. They have spas have little things to do like the rivers and the lakes and stuff. Like the restaurants. Awesome. The lodging lips insane fit a bunch of people in one big live. So it's awesome. You just need to. Big Cedar Lodge like like us as. Like podcasts are they friends of four put? They're they're very much friend of the program. That's talking about them right now this is like how so people understand this is how we become friends with places like this. You just talk about the gas and you know make their reservations go through the roof and crash they're fucking website, and then they're like, please come back when you guys well change into Cedar Frankie I'll. I'll drink water out of the Faucet if they. Go to that place looks incredible. I'm all about instagram story pictures all about getting a picture on my on the like rakes put up wind from outside his. Like patio overlooking just like the ozarks Axum fucking cool shit right there. Of course looks like a video game course like that. Created in this world, and then it's created and like in lieu of everything that we're doing with two K, it's it's very much like someone just created that and then pay for an architect and builder to go make that somehow smoke in the real world with a limited budget because I would. I would love to know how much that golf course goes to make an architect pj to toward actually told me that like that golf course type pains values not even united able to make that in the video game it's so unrealistic. The the nineteenth all like the way that like it's like eroded wall or whatever that is that's not even not even something you can do in video games like you can't build that and also like the relations like you wouldn't be able to figure out how to get get it that high. It's above the trees from what I saw. It's also Because Bill Core Brent Ben Crenshaw are minimalists when it comes to golf course architect, they love to say that they just found the golf course within the land and just put like their minimalists and they love and then right next to it is just a golf course that is so unrealistic. You can't even make it in a fucking video game that's created to make unrealistic golf courses it is. It was so surprising when I got there because I knew that about or crenshaw, I know that land knew that it was going to be cool already and tiger course is outrageous like somebody it's it's borderline I would say line. Vegas ask with the waterfalls and with the like blasting through the Rock and they even put a couple of pontoon boats in the bond that like they just you just can't vote. They're like Dude No. Not. Even a way to get to the boats. During the match, they cut to one of the boats in one of the like little lakes and there was nobody on it. There's just nobody out there. It was like a ghost ship. It was. That's literally what you do to what you building. You can just put a boat like a little river and like you just no one's on a fake boat. I mean, I, Think Tiger downloaded tiger PJ tour today and was like just. All right. Let's just see what we can around with over. Here we go. Let's put a boat over here. Now what was so cool about that is where my complaints with certainly Vegas type courses in it's a little gaudy is is that they'll be target coffee and really tight and sort of gimmicky and it was that cool like mountain golf type feel where you're going through through the different the rocks. And the blasted out rocks in the caves but the fairways were massive and firm and the green complexes were large with like there's no real rough around in it was mostly these really tightly mon areas like Trent. We played a Blue Jack National Love that favorites. Yes. So it was like Blue Jack kind of meats like arrowhead in in Colorado like one of these mountains type courses. So I loved it and I didn't like when I played shadow creek for example, is Kinda classic. Example like if you look at before and after photos of of Shadow Creek Chattel, creek was just one like block of. Sand in the. Flat and then a few years later, it was just his crazy course with green fairways, trees, streams, ponds running through it. that the difference I wasn't obsessed with that golf course, it felt very fake to me and this one thousand significantly more natural even though you know that it took a ton of work to blast through the rocks and at the end of the day like, I, love waterfalls waterfalls are beautiful. I like streams. There's a few holes man where you're like when you drive from Green Tea box, you drive through a stream where they made it like just. Just, like streaming up where it rolls through tires and you go through rocky. So. You're in that area unlike Brady said, there's fishing you rent a boat. So we for the Bachelor Party, we're just renting a boat to go out on Table Rock Lake in the afternoon There's like horseback riding author skeet shooting. There's all kinds of stuff that you can do it big cedar. So we were blown away skeet shooting, your I you can I do it. I might be better now try it I. Think you absolutely should try. One of my great shortcomings always a horrible ski. I wasn't am I. Am I remember incorrectly where you said one of your reasons for getting your fixes be seeking to become a better skeet shooter. It was like the sort of the radio dad can respect you. Couldn't understand why couldn't do it It was like that's right. It was like my dominant I had to look like across the barrel and so I was just the worst skeet shooter of all time whereas I guess with surgery was supposed to be better with your whatever vision depth vision or something, and so that in theory I should be better now I'll try it out in the metro hope I don't kill. ME. Dead Aim A. Thinks. It's a name that is to feels like one of those places that you went to as a kid like, go just a big lodge I think there was a place. Both log something like that. The commercial was like, go to the lodge go to fly. To. Go to. Whenever I hear to to think of like an indoor waterpark but then you look out online and you're like, it's just the best the best outdoor place of all time. It's like sponsored by bass pro shops everything about it is Missouri outdoors but then also just fuck. Cool. Just looks cool. It is cool and you're right. So the. So essentially big cedar and. Bass pro shops are founded and owned by the same guy. So this Guy Johnny Morris, who's like a legend of the areas springfield guy who's like a billionaire? He's the one who was giving a speech where tiger those guys and he? Owns founded bass pro and then founded big cedar and has made the investment to bring all the golf and all that together and I would say, I think you're right for New Jersey just outdoor place like the cabin that Jacob I stated was awesome and when you're in it, it's got like. Mounted fish in like different hooks in all kinds of like that's kind of the theme is that you're outdoors fishing hunting, skeet shooting, all that kind of stuff. So it's a very cool place. It was awesome to be there they actually their website. crashed. So during the Pains Valley Cup, everyone was having the same fell to we're having right now. So they had planned for a massive in Greece and I guess it was like four x what they expected to their website just crashed because so many people are trying to make reservations at big Cedar. So if you are trying to get like, you might want to do it sooner rather than later because I think it's GonNa be damned booked for a long time but yeah, the place was sweet It was very cool to be there Augusta national some photo surface people freaking out about Augusta national being completely Brown from some aerial shots. It is kind of staggering to see but. I've been looking at, you know photos and scouring the Internet for years to know that this is just normal is what gots national looks like late summer they do the overseeing. We had a grand idea to do a new segment called phone a friend where I believe in agronomist at winged foot or who was working at the US Open. was talking with Frankie and said, Hey, whenever you guys talk about different grass mowing grass grain I think was one of the big issues he said rather than here. You fucking idiots try to break down what is a beat completely wrong and be WANNA scratch my eyes out and my ears not be able to hear words anymore because how dumb you guys are call me and I will just explain in two and a half seconds the truth behind what you guys get to and seem to grasp in your tiny brains and so we had the plan to call in house them explain why Augusta? That looks like it does right now and overseeing but I believe we can't get them on the line is that correct? We can't get him on the laundry. Now it was one of the things were like we we talked that winged foot. It was a great idea, and then like now I have to like message through twitter and guys number. So I know he's GonNa see that message and get pissed because he probably knows talking about something that he could just answer second did text one of my super friends I just wrote in these guys probably super friend he's better than a normal. He's not. He's in the boys that made me made me instantly think of the boys he's not fucking soup and I want to see word because they dropped the see words like a motherfucker in that Nepalese Mad Holy Shit how far along are you all the way? Yes season two, episode six, boy. Do they drop that seaward lot? It's crazy man. That's that's a crazy show. So it's like one of the craziest shows I've ever watched. I can't believe what they show likes people die and like people's getting their head ripped apart and stuff. It's nuts. So I just write I write things like like an idiot. It's like basic laying this a old doing pot. Now, how come Augusta is Brown? I wrote forty something days out. How does it turn green? Just like. Like English is your second language. I don't know why Texas Guy, Luke who's at Rockville lakes and he's actually he was the first. He was the first in the first crew to work under Steve Ravages. So he likes is built from that same coffee like knows how much of a crazy operation is over there so I really respect what he has to say about it and I he he's a green texter. He's really can see anything there. Try Show this Kammer stinks. So he's agreed tech. So actually I write down I speak down to those news I don't use full sentences I feel like I'm talking to my dad or like my grandpa like it's like doing pod now Augusta Brown why like because I just think if you have an android you can't. Have a competent sentence like you're not you're not speaking correctly. So anyway, he basically didn't really answer what I was asking. He said because Augusta is always overseas which she said and it's really tough to keep ryegrass all the time. So Green. So apparently explained to me and I'm sure as well. Notice that it's not that grass is not supposed to survive in Augusta Georgia that Ryegrass it's not supposed to be able to survive right over seating way I, understand it they do at kind of the. Beginning of the fall in places around the country where doormat grass will just not grow during the wintertime and so they just put in different grass for the you know the entire winter season so they can play So that's what they're doing it Augusta. So they do that every year I don't think this is any how how does it turn green from I was I was on my stream last night also for anyone that's fucking up having gone live at like one am on Youtube Page and I have this crew like seven hundred people that don't go to sleep that. Just fucking wash me play the society events we were talking to this I chat with the people and they were saying that and I we we came up with the idea of me and the chat that if they're not gonNA, let us go to a dozen national and do behind. Greens video they have to at the minimum, put up a GOPRO and show a time lapse of how that grass gets from dark brown to luscious green in the matter of thirty days. Now, I can't imagine it just the someone walk onto the grass and just go like and raised his hand just like paint it with his book negatives, Nike just take them. Unless they just like painted or just or that pictures from the dead of winter, and it's just not real like it's just not that Brown right now to me it's impossible and I don't know much about grants and I don't know much about agronomy. If that's the word I'm not an agronomist. I don't think it's possible to have that golf course. Be What it is. Right picture to luscious ask green grass in thirty, five, forty days seems impossible. The balls you have to have to be like the head ground screw guy ahead of this operation right now we're good right now knowing that you have to be perfect among would just would drive me insane where I'd be one of your seven hundred people not going to bed at night and just watching player. But. I wouldn't be able to sleep if it was just dead Brown right now knowing that perpetrate even if it doesn't every year. And you still have to get it. So that, which is it'd be like making a bad bed or like we know you have to do something for others has done by Sunday like it just on new to make sure that perfect and that would make me go say what if it just doesn't work this year? Quick likes what if something's going on where to like the the wind changes a little bit and it's now it's brown forever and they have to put on the masters in a month and a half and the cameras turn on and it looks like a desert. I don't know if we just. If, we just had to do the podcast in an hour and I just had to like build by computer. Right, what if? What if I just don't have the right piece? What are we going to do? It's just can't I has to be done like the masters. A Tiger Woods and Bryson to Shambo, and they're gonNA show up Augusta and what if it's just Brown fragment what if it doesn't work? They were wrong and it's it's scary to think about it like that. But they do this every single year I think the entire state of Arizona right now is basically looks like this as well they. It takes like a month and then everything grows beautifully and it's green and lushes and they're ready to go. So I hope that maybe next show maybe Thursday show we'll have an agronomist on to explain further the phenomenon of over seating so that we can see our gus national will play the Masters Tournament but we can get to that. We got a couple more things to talk about. 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Fifteen thousand miles traveled to hundred, eighty, eight old played. Seventeen hundred and twenty eight participants played golf seventeen, hundred, twenty, five range finders were lost because everybody does lose range finder that those are just some of the stats from you know what we were able to do I wanNA give a big shout to really our entire team like I. Think folks when they arrive can't believe how professional the entire tournament. Feels how well run and I mean, we've been doing this for about a year and a half now. But with Barstool, the barstool difference, we can't figure out technology. We watch the BARSTOOL sports book APP and everybody was nervous that are just wasn't going to work that things gone incredibly smoothly throughout history Barstool is fuck things up. So I think that when? You arrive at box classic at a golf tournament you're thinking okay they've been doing this for a year. So year and a half, this could be an absolute nightmare. It runs incredibly smoothly people love it. They're by they get nervous on TV to feels like they're at poor event you guys have been to a bunch of them. So big thanks to all. Of you guys coming and spending time with the golfers hype. The damn thing up breaking it down talking about it. We bring up the classic old time on the show Lisa, Tricia Kelsey and be Nick Ian. Taylor Josh Jake Brennan you guys have been in a bunch of them. We had a bunch of different talents comes osborne at had several classics. At one time he was getting. Chased by a Bobcat I believe across driving range in Scottsdale. We've had. Mardian Dana became staples a bunch of the classics Willie was out Pittsburgh Trista Creek. WHO's a big golfer who abandoned been at several of she's been awesome. Car overs hilarious and who was mocking pure Michigan left and right because he's obviously Chicago guy and all the Chicago boys have come to a few. Of them. So those guys have been great but a big thanks all of our team making the borstal classic go well, and we will continue to do that. We got bigger and better plans for next year, and then the last update is frankie us all that you brought the Barstool Golf Society on PGA Tour to k twenty one to Aaron Hills the other day through. That was a fucking tough course, eight thousand yards. It was a nightmare. The wind was weapon scores were high. We did the fetchy rescue open tried to do a little thing I'll send you the Hanky panky invitational. Maybe we'll do that another one that would have been a good one while the I thought that one too late but whoever built that fucking Aaron Hills in this game just got it right man like perfectly they have all the. Little cottages on the left on the first you can look back and you can see them and they have the caddy yard. It's it's it's really insane and that I was perfect for anyone that doesn't PG tour to get twenty one yet you have to play every night live on our youtube page The society events are so much fun. We just had her first major. The major didn't go as planned fifty, five hundred was the winning score. Fifty five on hard as that code man I made the Greenspan's degrees firm. Listen guys are fucking good. They're fucking good and also it was four rounds so like if you're just like. Championship. Championship not a tournament no no. This kept. Under par championship, we're not going to be I'm never GONNA be able to make unless like you make the golf course unplayable, which means we're going to have to be at so many people play in this one and actually I think that people enjoyed the playability admires creek it wasn't like. Impossible. Was Great First Round I shot an apartment I. fucking nightmare second round. The wind was a bit criminal and I was cursed met my TV and at you and my controller but it is you gotTa have Mexico you can't have it too easy. Have to you gotTa have the playable because too many people playing. So I mean there's always going to be these low scores never going to have an above par fucking. Championship is just not going to happen so. That was the Blade Cup thought was a good name really good trophy with the fuck. The butter is coming out of the top of the of the cup. It was real trophy. I want that in real life, we have to make a blade guppy realize but yeah PG Tortuga twenty one, the game is rolling or picking more adventure or pick a more I'm trying to set up right now actually. The next events because we're GONNA gone for the next couple days when I missed one, I, get DMZ you believe it's crazy. It's like I get more stuff that went on forget pizza view up at six o'clock. It's crazy people wears. because. You know you're not gonNA, win it this guy they're just better than you, but it's just fun to play and get your low sc right but I never broken par yet. And you could you they could just play the game. You can do a local match. It's way more fun to do a society event even like you're saying, you're not GonNa win guys are shooting twenty five under they're just they should be pros at this game, but it is fun just to see what your scores Argus, the thousands of other people who play in the society. It's fun eighty thousand members. Now, the society event, that's a crazy number for a game that cost sixty. Dollars, I mean that's millions of dollars worth of video games inside our society. It's crazy to me. It's not this little free application he got download. It's a fucking video game. You gotta find the society. You GotTa Join It, Join Barsukov Society we're gonNA make the switch. I keep saying that we haven't done that yet with a whole nother, a whole platform we just haven't even tapped into eighty thousand people. The ultimate tease is the switch parcel society we've been teasing that for two months. Every time we can show I feel like it's coming. In and. I gotta I gotTa get Jake to just run the society events on search. Her It's really fun. Joined the society get involved, and then also please get involved with the Jayco and foundation with supporting our 'cause. There's a reason that these big names involved areas, rocker Morgan Law and Hardy Jayco and that's because Jake said Hey I want to draw as much attention to this matches possible. I want deliver for you guys if you delivered for me in the way that we can deliver is raise as much. Money as humanly possible for the Jayco and foundation this week. 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QLS Classic: Darius Rucker

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QLS Classic: Darius Rucker

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Yeah that was amazing but right now subscribe new episodes drop every monday. i love. supreme is production of iheartradio. This classic episode was produced by the team at pandora was up your this culas. Classic november twenty second two thousand seventeen darius rucker. Yes singer songwriter. Darius record talks about Who do you know those guys right. Go for playing. Frat parties playing with the dave matthews band grow operate and then going as a solo artist and he also talks about the obstacles he faced a long way and yeah by obstacles. We do being racism but we also speak of his love of hip hop and other types of music sports and strange obsession of a spirit animal. The late great nate dogg. So don't want to miss that. One right darius rucker lobster right now. Looks like a homeless truckdriver took roll. Roll his name is not hootie. It's darius mr ruckus nasty rat roll. Call my name is sugar. yeah. I'm being wooed by other podcasts. But only wanna be with supreme. Oh grow bill. Ready to rock. Yes shout out to south carolina go gamecocks so free role school's name after give you our free my role. Efg yeah darius. Rucker mitsubishi go from the country. Be yeah jill. A question everybody come and see. Thank you sir. Free so call. Supreme zero prima free. I haven't screwed up like that since like episode four. Jesus saving thank you. Jesus christ john. I practice time and you know what around with nasty darius clearly pop. That's a reference ladies and gentlemen this horrible. You're listening to pandora. my name is love. We got team supreme with us us unpaid bill back. Who has looked new. We haven't seen you in a while. You're i cleaned your sound like a members only jacket. You have a new girl for those. You born on bumble agra friend. Oh okay what's one. As and he used to have multiple to say that is the only reason why you would blit ran new right now like i have two things that i can't look like shit. I'm a great well enough to go things like no. No no is glowing. He's flow and that's by Have a suit in my car. Okay good thank you. Wow okay boss bills here and also look as good as i do. Find tikolo is somewhere handling He's getting in shape getting married Leading tuxedo ladies. Gentlemen i'd i have to say that Our guest today. is literally love At least sixteen. At least yeah. I think he might be i Diamond artist of a non greatest hits or or accomplish to ever be on the show Grammy award winning a baby. I'm i'm sure august. Here's a. b. c. search. Yeah no i. I get it i get it but i have to say that For for the last twenty five years or twenty plus years. I won't. Our guest has been entertaining. Millions and millions Initially as a frontman of hoodie and the bluefish and now as artists zone right ladies and gentlemen please welcome to cross love. Supreme darius rucker. Anyway how are you today. So i'm good man. Y'all doing i'm good. I'm good not bad. I like this really. But i gotta i gotta say that you know for a lot of the guest of the show Many of which have had careers in foreign almost five decades You're probably the first act that i don't know intimately at as in like the back of my hand but i'm very curious about your journey horn your your your whole life span. It's like i. I know of you. I know of your music. But i'd never know of you as a person and you're beginnings so i know that you're You're born in charleston south carolina. Yeah just the this little neighborhood Civil six kids in. Oh dad one really round a lot if at all and just Had you lived in this little a great neighborhood. We had our neighborhood with the small houses and we had the products behind us. And you know we fought every day and it was one of those things but ever. Since i was evidence i heard al green at the four. All i wanted to do was be a singer at that rose for me. There was nothing else i ever wanted to do. I i have to say I think a year ago. I did a show in charleston and i didn't realize how close to new orleans it's almost like a a cut up. It almost felt. Like i was in new orleans french quarter. How long has it always had that. That sort of veivers this tallest. It's always been that way. We've always said that we would like new orleans cousin. You know and Because new orleans is one of my favorite cities. And i went there. I was like oh i would almost consider like if i had to be one of those people that migrates back down south later years like i consider this and considering what the rest of the united states heard or knows about charleston china and still save it. That's how great my time was in the weekend there so i i didn't realize that it's a great city a musical city or musicals new orleans but it from us cities music everywhere you know. There's always bands playing and just always something to do with music for sure who is notable south carolina folks so thinking about chris. Rock chris. raba musical. There's you know ruckus You know who the James brown's from like north ago was born in north augusta. Or something but he lived in in augusta. So that was. He's really known to be more from georgia right. But georgia was charleston. Oh i'm probably two hours from georgia to our. Yeah from augusta you still there Yeah i thought i lived. I lived in city for a couple of years was making. R&b record turn of the century lived here but battle. I love on the turn of the century. Okay in ossified seventeen years ago. Stop no more years so you said that Your first musical memory was out green. What was it about The his voice. Of course i mean you know and those records. Those records are willing to police. Were so still when. I put him on a day. They're the soundest mom. Algren was a favourite. And so when he well i just wanted to be algorithm. Like one of the worst days of my life was when my voice changes. My voice changed. And i tried to signal green song cry out. He didn't initially sort of not soprano. Alto again yeah. Registered all that stuff. Yeah my voice changed and went straight though baritone and very true true you just changed with So it was your family musical as well or was it. Just you yeah. My family was a big time in church musical. Everybody singing church. My dad had a had a little. A gospel group and believing the gospel was named the ruling. He went around much. Oh actually the way. I heard the way the my relationship with my dad was every sunday morning on. Wbal in charleston. The rolling stones had a half are. And that's where i heard my dad Thing no mcdowell's sort of lawyer. I like every that still even knew what was happening. How carolina balance for life. Yeah they yeah they weren't doing anything. Like that krista rolling stone. They started this. She'll rolling. Stone gathers no moss. So were they kind of like the backwoods gospel quartet. Exactly you know. They came out and did all the songs never really wrote anything. Just did although the old spirituals and stuff and they. I mean they were great. I mean he was a tenor and he was great. And my mom had amazing book like i used to sneak in the living room when my mom was cooking cleaning the kitchen and sitting room just to watch listen to her saying she had an amazing voices. She was really something special. Was it Of course i guess when you're traveling with a a gospel or whatever Most kids that have that experience have to church all week. Not just on sundays. So was it just baptist or seventy minutes. We're baptists we're straight southern baptist man and everything that goes with it. That's what we were sundays. Sunday services. saturday service you know they serve. Yeah we what just we went to church at like nine and got out at three. We were there all day. It was an all day thing and it was. I was just the way we were ready to go eat at night. night service. exactly. I love the night service because you know you can get some sweet potato pie. You love that. Did you ever sing with the same with his group now. okay now. How old were you when you saying on the god. I started singing in the choir when i was eleven or twelve and i think for three or four years and acquire. So because you were seeing you were born in the late sixties. Yes sixty six. I'm guessing the. I promise i wasn't going to see them more years To grow up down south Post civil rights period. At least i consider the mason dixon line to be nine hundred. Sixty five yeah What were your childhood experiences like. In those formative years like the first ten years of your life born a year after we got the right to vote it. Was you know it was like word in adults is was it like. Hey a new day or like how did you know it was still. It was still bad. I remember being six and my mom and her friends against us a nurse and they organized this big march because they were getting paid so much less than the white. Nurses say the organizers big boycott march. I just remember that being you know. Are you know people putting death threats in our mailboxes stuff like that. It was it was. It was the south. Do y'all i always say the one thing. But growing up where i grew up. Is you always knew and like you. There was never a question you you. You never had to wonder if this guy's up here it's this guy everybody's down there you knew didn't like you and they made no bones about it. Yeah he's still stayed to go to college. And i my family was there. What was i going to go you know. Once i started playing music in college we were playing that little circuit down there. And what was i gonna go. Where their bands in and your high school experience. I i. I really good start. Wait seriously. i bay lucky. We discussed this guy with the big being around for a while before. Yeah we were over eight years where we get a record deal dude when you're first band of i mean we're routes but i considered like i did working my dad's google okay. Dad i got. You did thirteen years in that group before i got my wings. Well now. that's amazing because usually people have to well. My problem was nobody in high school. Could play like. I don't have anybody about high school that qatar had one guy to play guitar. And i dunno know. I dunno one drummer bass. Play- playing the bamboo. Nobody's so there is no high school curriculum for music or there was but louis anybody gonna start a ban sang. I sing in the high school choir. And all that stuff show choir and all that stuff but it wasn't like anybody was trying to start a band. Yeah so i just never did. And then when i got into college i met mark. How's that came in this jam and we started the band so being as though musical aspirations weren't like in your your high school years. Whatever like what did you wanna be when you grew up. What was your hard to be a singer. But when you're from south carolina you you hear so many times that you never gonna make it from south carolina and so you've gotta decide do so. I decided i was going to be a sportscaster. I went to school for broadcast journalism and watch cast. Yeah one of the talk about sports. You'll do the sports on. The six o'clock news was my goal. That was way before. Espn anything back in eighty four high school. This is in college school. I decided yeah that also explains why he had obermann. Espn era elliott. Of course making so. Why no that most down. South towns are football towns. college towns. like you weren't a sports guy at all. I like sports that. I i played sports until i was thirteen. And i it was. It was tough to to realize. That wasn't gonna play in the nfl when all my all my friends were better than me and they were playing the nfl so around thirteen. I decided that. I should probably concentrate more on singing. And so that's when. I really started trying to become a singer. Just trying to learn how to sing and really just from listening to records. I've never had a voice leading. My life was just listening to records to me. It was crazy okay. So where did you go to south carolina. Okay so that's basically in your freshman or sophomore year. You guys sophomore year. I'm a meat to this kid. Here's me singing in the shower. And i come out of the show you know we had those big community shows no just jailhouse showers right. Yeah and i'm seeing some song in there and he hears me and i walk out. He says you know was that you guys like play guitar. Let's see if we know in the same songs and we went to his room and knew about ten of the same songs and decided we were going. I thought i told you. We get us a gig this chicken wings jordan. That's all started. And you guys named yourself. Zuhdi in the buffets all dude. I'll still mad at myself about this I we with the wolf brothers. Then we decided to get a whole band and there's two guys one guy. I sang with them in one guy. Had these really big is. I used to be a real asshole. I used to give people nicknames. All the time and this guy had big eyes and i call them hoodie and everybody started calling the moody roommate and best friend who was found out it was his boyfriend and he had these big cheeks he played. He played trump. These big dizzy gillespie cheeks and he do that thing. And so i started calling the blowfish. I'm certain that even now do they know this story. Vh one thirty minute special brian. I'm certain right now at the families able face in like. Oh i'm sure they tell us they're all time after somebody's listening in somebody's thinking who is a fish. Don't sell out. Who do the al. Yeah don't look at me with somebody listening right now. Who thought so you at at. What point are you guys like okay. Let's like how do you escape south gate. 'cause i wouldn't imagine charleston is a music town like nashville. Oh no or league. was it like. Hey why don't we go to nashville like for me. It was like we gotta go to new york to make and we were told that by everybody. We got to go to nashville or new york or l. a. or atlanta. Make it and we just didn't won't do we. We want to stay in colombia. And so we were planning circuit back in back. then you could play from new york donna. Florida in tennessee. The and every place had a club and so we would just play the same every six weeks and so after a while we started doing. Great these clubs. Like i think the last year before we got a record deal. We h may fifty just playing club. Oh how how long have you been played. Three hundred shows what that year but know. It was on record when we got big grunge was king. Nobody was trying to sign a ban likud. Happy and we put out a little ep code coochie pop and we sold fifty. Five fifty got surely hill wattana. He said her daughter saved her whole coochie. Pop know that routine. Yeah yeah. I think i remember that we pop and we sold like fifty sixty thousand copies of it out of the back of a van just selling it shows and at these mama pop record stores and that's when it was before billboard had computers so you still had to call the the stores and other people were calling me stores in the southeast going to sell it and we were like number three and number four and the people who have this is ben and they all came down so this around eighty nine ninety ninety one ninety two when it really starts to take off. When did you start writing songs. Because i feel like we saw right and eighty nine because guy play covered flavor. Yeah and it's so funny down to looking out. 'cause dave matthews got huge we. We play frat parties. With dave matthews. That's i mean that's how big the scene was back back. The next scene was so good. And it's not that way anymore but we made. We didn't even care about a record deal making good money while i was going to ask. What would you. How would you categorize yourselves because from me from me. Senior guys and we'd like there've been a few of those big giant festival. Were like the roots. Were on like the ninth state backlash as you guys were headline and i would. I rarely hear people described. I always thought that you guys were more of a jam. Band with pop sensibilities absolutely. Why not all the way fish but kind of like would you consider it. Because i i never considered it country pop or straight ahead pop music and absolutely we were jammed and with with with with that pops billy because none of us could play well enough to be given nobody nobody. Nobody want to hear guitar to play play a solo for ten minutes. Nobody definitely want to hear me players. Because i still can't play so but we had jam feel about us. So that's what we all. We always thought we were. I see okay. So at what point does atlantic come in the picture like. Yeah they came in ninety. Lenny came at the end of ninety two and started talking to us and everybody was. But everybody's talking to us. I mean and we met this guy that we liked and so we went with atlantic. And i remember making cra- review and there's some people right now that if you talk to them you'll tell you they signed us but they didn't they lie and Louis lee danny goldberg was president atlantic at the time and people went in people at atlantic winning until danny goldberg that you can't put crack review out. Told him that if one guy told him. If you put correct review we'll be the laughing stock of the music business. Why's that because it wasn't grunge and everybody was buying up the grind and grind was everything kirk cockbain and and pro. Damn those guys. They were everything and he. They told him not put on. Danny just told them putting the record out and you know the rest. I guess just hit okay. So obviously the one factor that made you guys. Unique was the fact that a black lead singer in this ban. Like how as far as once the majors got to you. Guys were courting you to sign to the label like was there hesitancy as far as like was that ever the sub was that the ever the white elephant and bruno. Oh absolutely how are we going to sell this in the marketing and that was always. I don't know how many times people get lenny. Kravitz that those like. Yeah but we don't sound like lenny kravitz guys weren't hip and five were so dudes next door s k. Guys next door. But that's the thing you weren't. I don't you guys weren't silly. Frat you weren't so normal that it worked it has relatable but i'm certain that someone said like we'll just let the music you know. Let the music speak for itself like you notice. We're not there's a picture of us on our first record the motown theory and that was on purpose that that was on purpose. that was. Y'all have me for somebody wanted to do that. You know they didn't want people to see you know 'cause if they if they saw on the record they would've thought i was the drummer or the play You know and until we actually when we started making our first video like people you know they were worried that you know the the the video channels weren't gonna play yells like well you know. Let's see so is discussing. Just doing arrowsmith been having narrative of the story and you guys not heard exactly. Did that bother you. I mean has always always you know 'cause also wouldn't have been deal man. We play frat houses. Where you know i was called nigger. And all this elitist. Blessed are bus to get to where we were going through the south playing. All those shitty gigs. That looked back going. I can't believe we didn't you know didn't have to fight our way out of that. I was thinking exactly in and so when we got there. I was like we still. We're on a big stage. Now we still gotta deal with this crowd. How did your bam me. How did they deal with because this is something new for them. I'm sure yeah. I mean you know it they were. They were thinner skin than i was. I knew that if i was going to do this i had to have to kill. I knew that the instant we started playing in the south that. If i was going to do this i gotta have thick skin. And we're gonna be fighting everywhere. We play. And i forgot because you're the front man and i know there's always some astle or a heckler always or beard sure. So how you must be have marksmen. Lake cages around. We played one of those like blues. Brother's fence around needs for rod. That night their dog. That is that is brief. Would that ever give you anxiety. Because i don't know. I mean at the most. I would probably fear facing an audience that has indifferent but not you know wondering every night. Hey where's it gonna come from. I tell you the times when. I got the most scared or like you know. We took the gigs or go. Play the gig but anxiety was plan. Those frat houses in the south like going to the university of tennessee and playing the frigging ksl private going to presbyterian and playing the house. And you know. I don't know what it is like them back when we were in school. K was the old south frat you know. They basically have three cases. The was that was. Was it ever redemptive purple re moment. Like when you get to that climatic song and they're looking at each other like yeah absolutely there was but then then we're low shit down and i and i mean you're the guy hear this man. That was good even though they had a negative air. Oh heard it. The guy was right there when he said it was crazy for you as you had to go through both sides because it's like you have that and then black enough on the other side. 'cause i'm sure there were situations that you wanted to do or even as far as publications that you want to talk to and it was like wait. I'm here absolutely. That's that's been the hardest thing for me is to have to get it from. It's like i've sold thirty five million records. A there was one point where i was in the big band in the world and you know have never been on the cover ebony and jet. I've had one story in jet. We they did a story but who office in ninety six. Dr we cover. But i'm just saying that it's it's even though he's we're in different genres there is. It is a psychological mind. Fuck to thrive in a business where categorically or statistically the audience that supporting. You might not necessarily embrace you in real life and on top of that the people that you look like when you look in the mirror aren't necessarily supporting you as well. So it's a very weird thing to marla. It's well there's a lot of acts like that but it's it's still you know with crazy you should know the it trickles down to radio too. Because i've been i come from radio and i've been told okay. Black people aren't we can't talk about that. Can we just talked about what no black people. So it's trickles down to all kinds of ways. I don't want to think like you know. That's also the difference because he has a lot of hits and so so beyond comes out and it becomes an unstoppable monster like again. I know that no-one planned visit wasn't like you were gonna do a michael jackson posted on the wall. Like ten million. No not at all so at the point where it's like or your soundscan numbers. Reports are coming in guys another million a million another million another million does it. Does it gets scary because like this is your first album. And are you already thinking like dan now. The second album has to be just as good and i was. I was the one that said of the band. Y'all know this never gonna happen again right i. It was as it was happy. Got to got to like twelve million and they. I mean they wanted to. They wanted to chase michael jackson. They wanted to put two more singles out. They wanted to chase thriller. They really really did. They wanted the damn near. They wanted to put two more singles out but we stopped and respect for. No makeup tells the same songs make another record and It was is getting crazy. But i knew it i do. We sold six million on the next record and that's considered a flop house. I'll crazy is that we sell six million records and is considered a flop. That's crazy today. If anybody saw six million can with that you can't possible so okay. So when you get to fairweather. Johnson and other records like you well. I meant hat. What's the as far as you guys are concerned. Are you guys still a titan. Y'all yeah yeah because usually when bands get to that level like you to dog their entourage situations craziest thing. I've ever seen in my life. Like even adam clayton has his own private plane His own bus his own light. Each member and youtube has their own world. Like it's something i never seen before. But are you guys like okay. We're going to stay humble. Stay on the same bus. We were so tight being news we felt it was still us against the world and the party was on okay we we were at that point. When i came out we were raging. I mean it was like i think back to that time and when we get together before we talk we say the same thing. Thank god for leno force. Make it out the end of that and so that was something that brought us together. We were just having so much fun. We we didn't care about the only thing we love is that the shows were bigger you know. That's that's what we cared about. The shows were the play as much as we want. Having a great time. I actually afford to pay off my student loan. Give me a car. I i did i check i check. Yeah through my thousand dollars. The obamas peter off their student loan the first year of being in the white house. La wild had a lot of schooling. That's real that's crazy so to play. What what do you prefer like smaller intimate settings or is it as intimate when. You're playing stadium or definitely not today. I definitely if we can play like a two three thousand seater as perfect a good ally of it. That's not small small five hundred club but to. That's that's i like that but you know like last night. I you know there was you know. Eleven twelve thousand people in tennessee. And you just can't you try to give it all but you can't see everybody you can't you can't really get an. That's i like that because you know the detects a bigger. You're still new. You're doing all right. 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I have this little room where i watched football and right and i got a studio. Nana's little closet area. If you want to see my grammy's right now. I would have to take you to him like you ever walk in my and see my grammy's i'd have to take you to us is not on. The floor is not a door stopper or basically. It's basically a book and those puts up the to hold holders books out but I mean i say. I don't want people to walk in and like there's not one platinum ago record on my wall anywhere else. I don't have them. My sisters and brothers have them all. I don't have my cousins. i don't have any of them. Because i don't know people walk into my living room and seeing all the guilt eighteen platinum of. It's like i. I know what i did. You know what i did. I don't have to throw in anybody's face so my gravy this little there in the corner somewhere just if you'd can see. They're not in the bathroom that now. They're not in the bath years in the bathroom. So when did you know that it was time to leave the band and start your own solo career. I got lucky if our came in. We'd tour every summer and we were on tour in the middle of the tour in our drummer. Walks in as man you know. I don't wanna be torn belarus anymore. I to just we agreed. Were torn too much. I don't wanna be touring band and my first thought was okay. I do country record. Yes yeah like cool. I'll go dominant do mike cat. This country thing happened. But you didn't you as far as i'm concerned when i first met you two thousand and one you'd signed it and beach. Yeah but that was that we were still together. that was. We took a year off. And i did that record and we got back together. Went back on tour until two thousand eight and then now that was just taking time off for the and then i two thousand and eight. When two thousand seven was when they called it they. We just don't want to do with alzheimer's okay. And when we weren't that ban who could have said okay. We're gonna give new drummer. We were a band when the force play. We play if four play together. We're not play so the grass is always greener on the other side. Because i'll shocked really at i just just as a as a working musician. My thought is always about like my livelihood in the people. Have to take care of me too. You can't yeah. I don't know if it's just what with we black people. I would think that everyone thinks okay. I also feeling so to walk away from something. So sure shot. And i'm sure i'm certain that by that point you know you're guarantees or ice. Yeah for you know. Yeah that's aren't very to make that every to make your your grandparents night to make your grandparents annual salary in one ninety minute. Concert is great so to walk away from that is such a risk. And i'm not even talking about you standpoint because you're still here but for your band members is it. was it a rashes and was it like well. Let's talk about. He had thought about it for a while. Now i mean you could tell when he was talking to us and i think the ban actually thought we might not play for two years. Maybe three years and we'd be out doing it again. And i'll be honest with me. I probably thought the same thing. Because i was going to make the country record in my basement with my buddies and because i didn't think i get a record deal because i say all time if i was my brother i wanna give me record because at that point who had run its course on the radio. We had done our thing. You know if we're lucky if our records would go gold you know and it was. You know we're still touring band. We're doing great but nobody was out buying. Who'd records and i thought to myself if i'm the if i'm the president of labor in our guy i'm not going to give the black lead singer of pop and that was big a record deal to do country music. I i mean. I just didn't think i get a record. Deal and doc mcghee was my manager and he talked to president of of capital and give a record deal before four he said who i was and then when he said who i was i got lucky because the guy said you know i didn't really get that. Who do you think. I always thought he was a country. So whatever you were they were dinner. The story goes at dinner. And he's with mike dunkin and he says i want to give this guy record deal. Michael like who. They went around for an hour. Michael's i can't give them deal with that television dot pull com doc mcghee. You're not going to trust me. On this scenario. I'll give him a deal a deal and said it was me and they called me that night and i went in and the next day and he gave me a deal and the favorite story that i hear is he said when i decided to give it raggedy like called the thirteen people in nashville that i thought were the taste makers the guys it or running country music. He's i called thirteen friends. And i thought would know that no. This business are controlling this business. I told them all. I was saying you. And twelve of them told me it will never work. Don't even do it. You're wasting your money. Who is the fish. My record for garages guy. Who said great idea. Call me when you do it. Yeah really yeah. I mean do when i started going to radio. I i'd radio guys who are now my best buddies. You know when you need that extra spend go to number one. I call them up. They'll play in two thousand zero. But when i started we told me straight up i. I told people i'd never played. I've had people say to me. I thought my audience would never accept the by countries here. I thought i'd never thought it would never play. But it's been twenty five years. Charley pride done anything. Well let it not be said that you aren't familiar with courting. Danger thing is that i. I thought that that was a natural thing. That wasn't like i said really. I thought light now that makes sense. Same thing if richie words make country record or whatever you know what yes he did. But i'm just saying that it it makes sense to me only because like especially now that I get to talk to a lot of country x. come on the tonight show I'm slowly realizing that. Damn i country acts have a lot of things in common with seoul seventies acts like there's there's a passion there that i thought it was a perfect fit and so i'm in obviously of course if you think about it like a glass night in poops on the imagination with Midnight train georgia's all countries. Yeah yeah yeah. Had the porn sisters. Can't you grammy. yeah yeah. I was the country graham so neither one of us must be say goodbye was country before we get to that so at i 'cause i know that you were working with drain fidel and get whatnot. What does that whole experience do i love that. That's that's one of still one of my favorite records that i've ever been a part of i. Listen that record by three weeks ago. That was so much fun man. We're goes guys working with jill and and work with the i was working with the characters here and we're jazz out in la. I recorded some of it here in philly. They do it in philly. Yeah i mean. I love that i love it. I still love. I think we've had some great sunderland v meal you. Oh me too. I love it. What was that like. We're gonna all grades. She came in and we started writing that song. I was such a big fan and and we start writing the song and we get to the chorus in when we started cutting whistle. Sexy voice is so sexy. And i was. She'll get everything she gives affect me it was also so i'd speak of your At least for the transformation into going to the country wh how. How hard was that adjustment for you for me. It was easy. I mean because i'm i'm just that i'm still still still at kim south carolina that he got lucky so like they were surprised. Like when we got the first single. And i went to my label. I said i wanna be the new guy. I said i don't wanna be. I wanna start from the bottom and work my way up. They're like well. We had these ideas. Well i wanna do radio tour and they were shocked because they said they had talked about it but they didn't do it. And so i went to a hundred ten radio stations three or four day for five six weeks. I mean every day. Buster mobile talking to people shaking hands kissing babies playing for three people in the conference room. And do it all. Is it cool to make them This attach themselves from what you're pass was that was the hardest part that was the hardest part is. How do you win that Armless wrestling match to. I just went into those myself. I just went in and talked. And i was me and and i visited. He'd go out for lunch and drink some beers and have a good time and people like me. And i had actually had a good song. Anybody that was mentoring you anybody that went through the process like you did that. Change on rise and that was something somebody said to me. I thought of like so many people that have gone from pop to try to return to the country. And i'm the only person that's made it. And i was like wow. I never even thought about that. But i mean. I've had a career and i forgot eight number one. Grammy i got. You'll five number one records. it was. This is crazy so okay for a person that's never played there but has heard about the folklore of the grand old opry. What is what is the honor or the folklore of playing the grand old opry and it's pretty sacred in country music. It's it's like. Is it a jury that decides. We'll let you play this. Or who do you play there for years. They wouldn't let us. They would never let us on the stage. They said what the country been. You know we. And so the first time i played it was pretty awesome. It was just one of those out of body experiences. Because it you know and the day i got asked to be a member was probably the first day i thought i'd i was part of the country music. So is it like the friars club or explain. Dino can you explain for our audience in what is so okay. Assuming met your upstart nashville. Like is your dream like one day. Absolutely the korean operation. You dream is to one day. Be a member of the gun lobby an editor. Yeah the play. 'cause everybody wants your if you're in the business you could plan. If your country singer you could get on oppy but becoming a member a eligible to an honor that that that everybody nationals trying to get and what's like what's a member like. Is it like the rock and roll hall of fame or is it's not so it's now it's more like the fries club. Probably a better way to describe it. It's it's it's a big fraternity of missions and we all give our time of the opry and you know the charity stuff to dump. He does it all that stuff. And and it's it's like everybody wants to be a member who initiates the idea like. Does your manager call them and say hey oh they had to come to come to you and say. Do you want to be a member of the gun lobby. Only pepper salt me. So we only have growing up as a kid with with limited Television shows on a lot of variety shows. I definitely remember like charley. Pride always seen him all. These variety shows in the seventies but I'm not that familiar with his discography. Did he get a lot of a lot of site where we lived like i. I was an. Am radio kid. Where i just sitting flip through the radio and whatever song i like. Stop on it. And and charley pride any of our house because he was big in our house because it was one of the only place. You could see music as i say yes exactly exactly and so you know. Troy proudly timeout. I watch you two. Oh no no. I thought you said raw. I quoted in my roll call. My dairy is that rollcall was derivative of dc. We made up. But that's and so he was really big and he was for me as a kid. I was always that kid who wanted to do something different. Who always in. I thought that was cool to charley. Pride was you know doing something that we weren't supposed to do. Yeah we we weren't supposed to sink to music and this guy was not distinct country music. He was entertained a year two years. You know he hosted the as couple of years. And i thought this guy you know he was. Somebody a definitely looked up to his again at have you. I know a lot of singers in the business like some of them. Were kind of slow to meet someone more accessible. I'm not saying like your idol. Whatever don't meet your heroes or whatever but do you guys have a relationship we're friends. We're we're definitely friends. We we talk. We hang out when we when we can hold ebony and jet thing. I didn't even think about that. Until charlie said that to me when he said he'd never and when he said that the means when i thought i was like wow i've never gone i was like 'cause that's those kind of things i just let go because i'm like this is not going to happen and then i thought wow charley pride's never been on the cover of avenue or je i mean i was like wow and i was like you know i guess i kinda understand me but that guy's i would love this story. Oh you would. You should have more than he's he'll tell you to baseball player. I love what he. Charlie always want guys love to hang out with because he loves to tell stories and i'll sit there for hours and just let him talk and just laugh and he's you should have. He's great dear gaza endured. Please make this happen friends before you decide to country or alter. We met when i started doing kansas so when he found out the first initial conversation that you guys are first conversation was he was hosting the opry and i was only opera that night and him and i got there early so we could sit in a room just me and him for an hour where we laughing about getting their early. Yeah about this country people our country black man talk got me you guys got there early and we sat and talked for like an hour hour and a half. We just sat in a room just me and him and talked. And i'd pick his brain about you know but his life in my life. And what i can expect and and i'll be honest with you. One thing i said to myself years ago we were talking earlier about the frat house and all that stuff. I said to myself years ago. No matter what i go through i can handle it because i can't imagine what charley pride went through. I can't imagine what he went through to succeed the way that i always said if he could take that i can take whatever they got throw thrown away. But i'm almost here for you. 'cause it's kind of like a semi resurgence of charlie. Tell me laying here you go. You're right and the funny thing is the only time i've ever really experienced something that was just so blatantly racist at one of my shows were playing a show in upstate. New york upstate new york. I'm not saying show. And all of a sudden we see these six giant giant rebel flags and these guys are walking around the crowd. Canada reflects my boys like hell. No they went up or dairy darius and these guys went out and grabbed. These guilt grabs cats and these cats are straight up near the local chapter of the kkk. That too are you like y'all y'all got the go. We kicked him out was us for years. Rowsley why am i here. That sit bowed here out here own matter again. What do you see okay Well since we're talking about This is really appropriate. Can you talk about the song drowning. which seems to be quite as relevant now as it was twenty years ago when it was first released the rebel flag used to be on. Top of our state is like it'd be the. Us flags the the sakharov like flying over the state house. Those a big controversy that we just wanted to take him down. We wanted to take him down and so one night. I was out at the bars and there was this cat. He a homeless cat now. He his name was spider. We all call them spider and he's he's sitting on a thing and so i went back in the bar and i grabbed two beers. I go down. And i sit next to spider and we start talking and drinking beer before i go to the next bar. We start talking about the rebel flag. And he he knew the ban and he said to me one thing he said you know all the all the hate that hate going and you said you know judah hate i went. Wow he's like like what do you mean like you're playing with these white. Boys drew the one. They really wild. I went on that night. And i wrote drowning and drowning. It's a protest though. I mean there's no other ways you could say that the protests on and I just i wanted to. I was so frustrated in that night. And i was so taken aback by what's barnard said that i sat down and you know and i wrote it in you know when it came down. That was one of the songs they were planning to say. That when they were taking it down. I thought that was pretty cool style. It's stand with the so now you know. Not the flag issue is down near the statue issue. How you about just curious. 'cause i know south carolina you know they've been pulling statues down around near the thing that the thing that kills me about All the people will go. Were you forgetting history. They these are the people going to be these patriotic americans and the south trying to destroy the union. They tried to destroy what america was when america and also they could keep black people slaves and they were terrorists they were you know all in and they want to keep that up but all those were put up in the jim crow era and they will put up to to show black people. We are still we still the man we hit. You're gonna put all these things up and people don't realize that you know that will put up in eighteen. Eighty link that it was. I think the but it wasn't. It was put up doing jim crow tool to keep black people in their place so to say and so i'm good with taking them down. Get staff carolina border. Love it so based on what what's going on now. I mean how awkward is doing press in that circuit Especially with what's going on now. I know that you're a big sports fanatic. And it's almost like every day you wake up. Everyone america wakes up sore of panic stricken. They're not knowing what's going to be reported next on the news. The second we turn it on and now just dealing with the white house and the national anthem and football and everything i mean. How hard is it to just sell your product in that marketplace in in kind of a step between a you know land mines of of of avoiding being spokesperson or and thing for it's hard both ways because like i think that so. I was in london signal national anthem. Just a little while ago but i just the way i was raised i ca i i. I can't kneel nash. I understand why they do trust me. I've been stopped. I stopped driving a nice car million times. I got brothers and cousins and uncles and friends. And i'm totally with what what those guys are protests and i get it from there but then you know like you said you. I'll try to sell a product. People wanna talk about what's going on and you say the wrong thing. Look at the dixie chicks. You say the wrong thing. One time and career could be over. I mean the it career suicide country especially especially in country. You got you got the dixie. Chicks said one offhand thing. The day before they said that they were the most played ban on country radio far the day. They said that they haven't played since. I've never heard. Dixie chicks stolen country in the country all the time. I've never dixie chicks song and that you look at that so you stay. I stay true to who i am. You know i do if you ask me a question. I'll answer to the way that i won't answer but it's like it's such a fine line to walk out there you know 'cause you you always wanna do the right thing but then you have to think about you know about this but my career but all this and so it's tough get sold but you gotta go up their work. It doesn't sound like you. You asked to be a spokesperson for race. But you seem to have. It seems to be this responsibility. That's been put upon you just because of the these lines. You seem to be walking. What is that like. I mean like. I don't like i feel like some people they want to talk about race in. It's very important to them. And this feels like where you live in the genres that you jump between. You're automatically this sort of yeah fi whether you want it or not which is ridiculous but like kind of part of being black. I don't know what that's like. whatever. I'm in i have a fear of like. Oh god please let awkward statement happened. Please i just want to. I live that. I just wanted to starbucks and get my coffee live that every day and whatever so yeah like i did a cbs saturday morning thing and and it goes so crazy because i did the cbs. Saturday morning. thing. I you know. I was doing exactly saying. Let me say something awkward something you know and i started talking about the not even you. I'm just from whether people. Yeah oh yeah come like some question or something that gets me to say something and then i go away right. you know. it's just it's a fine line. A double agent and away. So i feel like. I'm sorry we're asking me like when they talk about the. 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'cause not the place where i live. Everybody knows me. Like i've been living there. I've been living in the same neighborhood for twenty years now. Everybody knows me. They've they've you know. I grew up with a lot of people. Guys play the show the other night. And i knew half the people in the crowd and so Because i don't have to work all the time. I love being off. I love being with my kids. I love being home with family. I love that in. And so i lived there so i could just have a normal life because really outside of my job. My life's pretty pretty normal. You'd be. I mean like people surprise when they let me because i go to. I go to walmart and target every day. I go to the grocery store. Walmart i do. I do you would see me. i love it. What's it like being around. Are your brothers and sisters are still an area right. Told not to be in your business and central since you did. I just ban you are so successful artists. Do you get to learn this request. Retire people like are they certain people that you're older brothers and sisters are like. Don't worry about your own. Yes because even aspect. Those one thing i said to my sisters and brothers cracked review started taking off. I said i love you guys love you guys and you guys will never be kicked out of your house okay. You'll always have a car okay. But we are not rich off. Take care your will make sure you never ever you four months later on your again. Your mortgage call me. You're not getting a new house doing it in the brand new house and i'm write a check for it and they're where were you almo- meaning brothers go and they know if they call me and say you know i'm gonna bind i be there in a minute with cash or a check or whatever you need but don't expect me to change your life this i i can't you just because i want to. I want to stay this way. I don't wanna be. I have a fear of being broken up. Fear being broke some day. And i just wanna take about seventeen seconds to appreciate this moment first dila siren. Because it's just hit me that there's a black man in this business that has went diamond. Yes that shows up on time or early And doesn't have Street dreams and aspirations. Because naturally i'm thinking even whatever whatever my my full humble approach you know even i'm thinking like okay diamond. Yeah definitely. I'm going to have a yacht and twelve houses and blah blah blah but twelve of your record. You've storage spaces for your. Yeah well they gotta have a home to know. But i'm just saying that you're you're totally going against the narrative of someone that should i mean this every person i know that in your position has family and friends that they have to carry on their back in the pocket. They have to show up late. You know there. I know someone. Who's ex wives living in a commune gate at commune. I showed you the. Oh i'd like to see the would you say that you know like if if the mentality especially with black vogue is like if one of us rich we all rich. We're not allowed. You know how to say the word. No oh you early. Which means that. You might have had foresight that this might be a big thing. Yeah i mean when it started taking off. I realize it was going to be a big thing. And and how how hard could you how. How long could you sort of squelching hide though the same. I still have my first car. I'm still driving my same. You know i have. I have one. I keep it just for this big. What else not very big. Because i didn't want a big house. Because i don't want my kids to be able to get lost in it. You know you got twenty five house without you. Could you cannot find your kids if you got a nice house. Traffic free car. It'll ricarda. dan marino told me a long time ago. Let your let your community take care of you. Don charlie probably. He told me that he's right. Let you community handy day. Demirel hadn't paid for car since he was rookie. His kids get free cars. That can happen. Suburban manfried radio. I get a new one every six months gigs due to get my birthday gift downstairs well your birthday give downstairs. I m need needed new. Maybe some cousins that are listening right. Now wait how is it okay. We marino told me he did. Wow i did not know like it asks to get the right guy in athletes. No because they're always getting those Those deals 'cause i also. I also come from management that Free well it's they. They successfully for the longest talked out of that lifestyle. You know what i mean like again. I got my license. When i was thirty. Four while i was thirty four it was dramatic. Well around i mean we were touring like their whole logic was even how i met jimmy light when i finally begged and begged and begged and begged him big. Let me get a house in l. a. Please first day out jimmy. And then it's like crap gotta move back east coast so whenever i try to really floss. It's it's always backfired. So i was even talked out of. Would you like me to blossomed behalf access to the laws. He don't floss other. I'm sure those boots aren't cheap. I know was it that come from elderberry. Smokers best a picture on instagram later. Yeah like my boots. I've had made a rattlesnake. Yes they are yes there is. Can you tell me. is it route to somebody. They have a light they have their license like. No that's not rude. I'll think you ask driver's license from you. Everybody's gotta ask us. He said he killed them even on. No i don't think he did. He ran from this thing. But let me and my mind and thinks to him. I wonder if there is hunts. Like you know you're in that world little blah. I almost see other white people white water. Why people with ebony. Why are you all the way question. You don't know about southern country white me. The us president loves me to assume goodness. That ki ki appeals. Thing that they it'll be they don't catch me. He's we're down and we're down in nashville and we're doing a show and i said hey. Hey love you learned areas. I i love it i get means you made it. I love it all right. So what what are what are your car is aren't you i mean for you is it. No i'm still in my head. Even though i have a question life after when was the last time i'm still thinking like how do i get a free car so as far as your career is concerned. Like what would you hope is your legacy. And as far as like what. You're at the end of the day like. Is there anything that you've not used besides ebbing jet. Oh you can do electron connects. No no. I haven't done that. I want to do is i'm ever since i can remember ever since really notorious big was liz killing it. I wanna sing the hook on a big rap record. So i wanna i wanna be nate dogg. So that i'm dying dying to help dying through you. know something. hear. The carolina connections duet to get married now and loot opinions. You know something to hedge. I'm going to talk to you after the show. Because i have a project you might be interested in. It's not an album but it's considering that very person and you are the perfect person to do. I need a series grip to everyone's like what are you talking about man. I wanna say this you could ask me to sing. Poo poo poo respect. That i have that. I have you in. I love you and i. I love the roots. I would do whatever you want me to do. I appreciate absolutely okay. i guess i'll reveal. I can't keep secret Because of Well two thousand eighteen coming up. will be Somewhat of a notable anniversary year for a lot of seminal classics music of nineteen ninety-three I've been we've been going back and forth With the Droegkamp Trying to figure out a way how to celebrate his twenty five year milestone with the chronic and doggystyle both are twenty five So we're still in the talking stage right now but one of the one of these snags in the thing was like yo who's going to be nate. Dogg and i've been racking. I'm still cares. What towards the humidity. It'll be happy about that. Five minutes i'll be the wave. Y'all we can talk about getting him into museum is hoping be there at just. I'm assuming yeah this mr smithsonian. I'm not in this. Are you sure one hundred percent. You think there's on check on that work on it. It's it's probably one of the most amazing experiences of any well for black people especially to to see that museum in in dc. Oh yeah it's salima. Why folks go see casino. No kidding have you seen the lines i do. I see lines. it's no it is almost like i want more black. Trust me on them as well. You know but it's i shall me get into the shuttle to timothy an. Oh yes her name is timothy in little nino. Because you won't be on this list. Sound home my god be meaner talk about besides singing on a hook and see we can make that happen What what are some of your other listed like you still get itching do sports commentary and you know i always tell the local sports guy in charleston that when i retire he just he's just holding my seat for me. He hates when i say that. But i might do that. When i but like musically i mean ob still so far above where i thought i'd ever be. There's really not much else that i wanted to really. Yeah i mean. I'm i'm having a blast where i am. I like to do this for four or five more years. If it's you know. But i want to be relevant. If it's over you know i'll i'll still tour and everything but i'm not gonna force it anybody's throat or anything. That is there such thing as retirement. I don't think. Would i think retirement means you just play il fifty years if you can stop and just let the checks come in or whatever i don't know i don't know what the residual game is like as far as like songs been licensed you guys. I admit that have. I mentioned that the fringe thing already. god okay. Yeah fell down. You guys are in one episode where you saw death okay and early early this summer. When i took the one vacation i ever take a year. alan yang of Masters of none master of none fame with disease and sorry directed at jay z video in which they perfectly mirrored a fringe episode but nerd asked me to watch both episodes. They had to cut cut And then somehow i may or may not have watched all two hundred and thirty fell down a vicious rabbit friends rabbit. I don't know why i did it. Do i was in gordon's backyard and you know Literally every day. I watched season for season seasons. So i know that there's a hootie song in there but as far as like licensing songs for movies and those things in commercials and stuff like still. It's still pretty good. It's one able to hire and not have to. Yeah i say no to that. Not family members of the i retire. I could retire right now and pretty good life looking at you. I'm robbie dairies i just looking. Thank you very much for coming on the show. We appreciate it on his brand new album as well. Thanks a lot. Two hundred and fifty episodes of friends two hundred thirty six shit. I've only seen one that's through ever seen one. I'm a complete man as you know it was not going to grow. This was one reason why somebody would watch all those episodes of friends. What's that they have. No real friend talk. Show this so what what are. What are your plans with the new album. Are you going to tour. What are you going to our next year. We're going to do a few shows here at the end of the year and then i'm probably take november december off at Going australia i think at the end of february march while the go to europe for a minute then come and do the state. Didn't you play the apollo. Recently i heard about that. What was that like for you ebony magazine when we were kids you guys when we were kids. We didn't talk about the garden. We didn't talk about the coliseum. And chloe we talk about playing the apollo right and i've always wanted to play the problem when they had the show showtime at the palo who you got to play on the stage. Play two songs on showtime at the apollo we played played the the tv show showtime at the apollo. How did that come out. What was that like. it was A little different booze go. Oh yeah was wrong. But thursday we set a record for white people in the apollo. Yeah it was it was. It was Metallica might have had you be. Also that's true. Yeah yeah they play. Their ball mccartney played the politics so they probably had us. We'd probably even but it was. It was great. And i thought it was. It was such a great show and be on that stage. We broke out some temptation songs and all night it was. It was nice man. It was great you mix up the repertoire of songs like the covering your show. It always is still love covers. I'm a cover band singer. I mean so. We'll we'll bring out like we break. We do this thing where we do. garth brooks Fresno places right in the no diggity back to back. Crazy garth brooks analogy. What your knee record chris. Gains christine's records concept concept did did not think of it home. But i think he he definitely got more travel. No yeah definitely definitely definitely kind of ran screaming after that failed so i think when he came on her show's supposed to come on his show. One of his one of garth's The internet songs like the exercise that we do on the show was supposed to be from that What was the name of his game games. Do you have country. France other country all those good thing about the community right. I got home my record. I got luke. Bryan jason aldean's all on the same song big ones. Oh yeah those. Are my boys questioned about the country. Music industry. I have a pretty good idea of most. People's gripes are with within the rb and hip hop industry. What do you not like about the country. Music industry radio so slow like the right now radios in such a slow burn with songs and it all it takes. If you're not one of the five big ones it can take thirty weeks for your going to go up to charleston hit number. I think my last number one took like forty weeks. This is it. Is it the same system as with hip. Hop and a lot of clear channel Related stuff songs are way ahead of time so you know like if you're taking beyonce's newest psalm. It hasn't come out yet. They'll pre-programme way weeks had is it. Is it more mom. Because i know that you know with a lot of the record sales like walmart plays a bit like they're still buying physical copy. Is radio still ten. Fifteen years behind as far as ads in as far as the country world is canola. Yeah it's still they you know they add it and you get your the added song of the week and you still. Don't make the top forty. You'll talk fifty. He'll just because you spent you getting spun it three in the morning four in the morning. Five hundred then. It's a slow bill. They just wanna build and they want to build i. I don't know it's just the way it is. I don't know why it's like that. It's like that for everybody taylor swift because i'm wondering i was talking taylor. Taylor's the unicorn doesn't even do country doesn't count kenny rogers. Well even getting play on. He let me. Don't scooby doo me know. She's more pop ubiquitous than the country So i'm saying that you know are you. Jill like casey. Musk graves or or yeah. Absolutely i mean chris stapleton. Yeah chris i love chris christie. I've written two three number one together. We're who is the real deal. He's the real deal. This is how good he is. Because i was like every time he performs man. We'll always damn he got us again like to. This is a good is when we write us all. He can't sing the demo because he sang them to. One of my number one's and i wasn't going to cut it 'cause frigging good kept saying pluto. Have you seen from you. Would you would be a chris able to stan married christie valley kenya. God's this no. I mean like you. He yeah likely must be cute chris stapleton on roots out like. That's how good is. Yeah but darius rucker. I 'cause you're i told him that job was going to. We already got that we say. That's how dope he is like he. Listen i listen to you. And i was trying to look under the hood to see you know what was there you know is. He's the he's the real deal man. I'm chris is doing it without radio. Play chris. never lt christmas. I've had a record of top ten and he's got the number one seller record kill. Yeah i don't know he's killing it because people know israel to go into these shows and everything. I don't think chris record and he's like two short. Maybe catching up that way though. There's a lot of progressive. Like that's what i mean. He's i like him. So that's progressive youth. Yeah he's a real deal he's is is off the chain. So have you ever seen gone to a club. Seen another black person sing country. I'm trying to see who's after dairies came brown got number. One right now is is records number one this week kate brown and there's a couple other young ladies that are coming coming up. That are trying to mickey. Guidance is won t trying to get a foothold trying to get a hit. And there's there's a few. I think me coming over having success. I'm not gonna say opened doors but that that that ain't are person who would have looked at the cd and so a black person throw it in the trash probably gives it a listen now and so this guy's coming along the black hockey player now too. We're taking hockey fourteen of us that we're speaking black hockey goalie to ever seen that. That's the ultimate dumbly that exist. How can you say that with grant fuhr was one of the greatest ever. Oh that's count references now. We go super deep college football right now. If you want to to go back gamecocks not doing so well this year but we're we're open again takes us give it up. Come from auburn. My ex-wife the the same one who's from alabama. She is an auburn fan. And it'd be as jewish kid from long island. You don't know what that's like until you get there and it's fucking saint is the absolute insanity absolute said why is this such a religion though because there's nothing else there's nothing else pro teams pro teams in the like. We got the falcons. Will we got charlotte but like yacht and and the thing is when you go to school for four five years you you're invested in it and when your football team is i mean football everything in the southeast everything. Saturday stops so saturday. Stops like my tailgate. Spot is one of the few things i've spurs on tailgate spot but for me it was like i want to be able to tailgate without people. Bartlett cannot come without people bio me friends who they're out just outside laced me a big oil called a got a big old caboose overdose. That's and we get their four hours before the game by game time hammered varies wished drink of choice beer. But i like to drink whiskey drinker. I got my whiskey outback as whiskey. Finish your drink thanks. 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