35 Burst results for "Darryl He"
AP News Radio
'I feel gutted': Victims of parade crash speak at sentencing
"Victims of a deadly parade crash are speaking at a sentencing hearing for the driver Darryl Brooks junior drove his red SUV through the parade in downtown Waukesha last year Lindsey con's family was in the parade In a split second excited cheers turned into sounds of screaming and horror A trail of bloody bodies were left laying in the road Brooks was convicted of 76 charges including 6 counts of first degree intentional homicide Sherry sparks 8 year old son Jackson was killed I feel gutted and broken It hurts to breathe sometimes It hurts to live without him here So my mama soul aches for him Sparks as Brooks has shown no empathy She wants the maximum sentence This man not only took Jackson away from our family He violently ripped Jackson out of our lives Each homicide count against Brooks carries a mandatory life sentence Brooks chose to represent himself during the trial despite overwhelming evidence against him I'm Ed Donahue
AP News Radio
Man convicted of killing 6 with SUV in Christmas parade
"A Wisconsin man has been convicted of multiple counts of homicide for intentionally driving his SUV through a Christmas parade The defendant commit first degree intentional homicide while using a dangerous weapon answer yes It took a walk a show Wisconsin jury a little more than three hours to find Darryl Brooks guilty on all 76 charges Brooks was convicted Wednesday of killing 6 people and injuring dozens of others when he intentionally drove his Ford escape into a walk ashore Christmas parade last November 21st Among those killed were an 8 year old boy marching with his baseball team and three members of a parade team called the dancing grannies the verdict wraps up a trial in which Brooks defended himself taxing judge Jennifer de Rowe with bizarre legal theories and erratic outbursts There is something that needs to be addressed subject matter jurisdiction The court declines that I'm stepping on Tyler pod liner who was hit by Brooks SUV while performing with the Waukesha south high school band says the verdict will help all the victims to heal We're stronger than him and has been proven today Just another step forward in the process I'm Jennifer King
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Darrell Brooks Convicted in Deadly Wisconsin Christmas Parade Attack
"Listen. About the time this show was coming on, literally 22 minutes ago, at the top of the hour, this came down. Daryl Brooks, the Waukesha Christmas parade murderer, was found guilty. First degree intentional homicide in that massacre. You know, I don't want to say it's received no coverage. But this was a Christmas parade murder, so we're talking ten months ago, you know, Christmas of 2021. When this angry, violent, criminal man, 40 year old Daryl Brooks, assaulted his girlfriend, then climbed into his SUV and plowed through that Christmas parade of almost exclusively white people. There's a reason I brought that up. Intentionally according to the eyewitnesses and the prosecutors swerving and veering to maximize the number of people he could hit. He didn't plow straight ahead, giving people at least a chance to dive out of the way. He targeted and swerved and hit as many of them as he could. Killed 6 people, injured about 70 more. He has been convicted of first degree murder after representing himself and turning this entire thing into his show trial. It's just been a circus. He represented himself. He continually threatened the judge, the media coverage of this has been interesting to say the least, the media coverage of the Darryl Brooks trial at the outset was almost sympathetic to Daryl Brooks, a black man who ran down about 70 white people.
AP News Radio
Wisconsin parade suspect gives tearful opening statement
"The prosecution has rested in the trial of a man accused of killing 6 people when he allegedly drove his SUV through a Wisconsin Christmas parade Darryl Brooks fired his attorney before the trial started He's representing himself in his opening statement Brooke said what happened in Waukesha was a tragedy and reminded the jury there are two sides to every story It's easy to forget The other side of the coin Brooks was in tears but didn't outline any defense theories that might save him from prison Powers in your hands All of you Brooks was disruptive at times I'm advising you to sit down and be quiet And if you interrupt me again you are unnoticed that you will forfeit your right to be present in this tribe Police officers and others who were at the parade testified saying they saw the SUV enter the parade were hit by the SUV or saw Brooks behind the wheel I'm Ed Donahue
AP News Radio
The man accused of driving into the Waukesha Christmas parade is about to go on trial
"A Wisconsin man accused of killing 6 people and injuring dozens more when he allegedly drove his SUV through a Christmas parade in suburban Milwaukee last year is set to go to trial today Darryl Brooks faces nearly 80 charges and last year's car crash in Waukesha prosecutors promised to present extensive video of the SUV plowing through the crowd and the trial head looked like a straightforward proceeding but the judge last week allowed Brooks to represent himself He has no legal training but will get the opportunity to cross examine victims police officers and anyone else who testifies legal experts warn it could quickly become chaotic and painful for witnesses The trial begins with jury selection and is expected to last at least a month
AP News Radio
NASA presses toward moon rocket launch after fuel leak
"I'm Julie Walker It's launch day at NASA with a mission to blast off a new moon rocket that will eventually carry a crew for the first time in 50 years Despite fuel leaks and a possible crack discovered during final liftoff preparations along with weather holds NASA is hoping to launch Artemis one from cape canaveral this morning at 8 30 That window closes at ten 30 and another launch attempt won't take place until Friday at the earliest Darryl nail with NASA communications Kind of a whack a mole situation at the moment The 322 foot rocket is the most powerful ever built by NASA out muscling even the Saturn 5 used by the Apollo program that carried astronauts to the moon a half century ago I'm Julie Walker
The Officer Tatum Show
The Connection Between Violent Crime and Marijuana Usage
"I got Sean sent me an article about marijuana usage in its residual effects. And just because, you know, correlation denied always mean causation, but at least you have the facts and understanding, you know, according to an article called cannabis causes psychosis, a psychosis caused violence written by a gentleman, a doctor named Alex berenson on May 25th in an article he describes some of the correlations between marijuana usage and violent criminals. Mister, I don't like even like to say the guy's name, but it was confirmed that the shooter and Yuval di had issues with using marijuana. Don't know how much he used, but he was upset because his grandmother and mother allegedly would not let him use marijuana. Nicholas Cruz, which is a Florida high school shooter, was heavily used in marijuana, and that's what he told the police in the police interview. Devin Patrick Kelly, who shot up a Texas church and killed 26 people on 2017 before, you know, obviously killing himself had a THC in his system when he died, Darryl Brooks junior last seen allegedly racing through the walk of Christmas parade, self described as a stoner and here's some statistical data that may become relevant. It says, meanwhile, the cities like Portland, Oregon, have suffered an explosion in violence, following the legalization of cannabis.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Waukesha Suspect Darrell Brooks Shared Pro-Hitler and Violent Anti-White Posts
"We have to close the loop on the walka Shaw story. Isn't it a tragic set of circumstances where we're only allowed to talk about or care about a tragedy if the color of the skin of the attacker is something that the regime actually wants? So the attacker and walker Shaw, who has now killed 6 people a young boy died last evening. So it's went from 5 to 6. Ran over 40 more people. A black terrorist by the name of Darryl Brooks he is a pro Hitler anti semitic black supremacist terrorist. It's been wiped clean from the activist media. You've got a CNN dot com. No mention at all whatsoever. Nope. Nothing. Instead, if you, if you looked at any of the headlines that happened, they're not even saying that this is a terrorist attack. No, they just call it a car crash. They say what happened in Waukesha Wisconsin was just the car crash. It was like someone that got off on the wrong exit. Play cut 56. Bank worker. We were also hearing from the uncle of one of the 18 children hurt in the crash on Sunday. David begnaud reports on how one 11 year old girl is doing. The crash on Sunday. This was an attentional attack. But because it was a black assailant who's a child sex trafficker and pedophile, it doesn't fit the
AP News Radio
Wisconsin man unknowingly helped parade crash suspect after rampage
"Hi Mike Rossio reporting prosecutors in Wisconsin charge a man with intentional homicide in the deaths of five people who were killed when an SUV was driven into a Christmas parade Darryl Brooks junior the man accused of driving an SUV into a Christmas parade made his first court appearance Tuesday in Waukesha Wisconsin Brooks was charged with five counts of intentional homicide but Waukesha county district attorney Susan Opper informed the court today we learned of another death of a child related to this case Opper said another charge of intentional homicide will be added against Brooks Waukesha county court commissioner Kevin Costello oversaw the proceedings you're presumed innocent Sir but that's what the allegations are I've not seen anything like this in my very
AP News Radio
5 killed, more than 40 injured when fast-moving SUV drives through Wisconsin holiday parade
"Five people are dead close to fifty others injured when a man drove his SUV into a parade in the Milwaukee supper thirty nine year old man is in jail facing intentional homicide charges after leaving the side of a domestic disturbance before police arrived and barreling into a parade under way Sunday in Waukesha Wisconsin and this from ABC seven Chicago police chief Dan Thompson says officers were not chasing Darryl Brooks junior despite his allegedly being involved in the dispute just minutes earlier there's no pursuit that led up to this incident this
AP News Radio
SUV driver ID'd in parade crash; was he fleeing a crime?
"The driver taken into custody after an SUV plowed into a Christmas parade in Wisconsin killing at least five people on Sunday has been identified as thirty nine year old Darryl Brooks that's according to law enforcement sources who spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity investigators are also examining whether Brooks was playing another crime involving a nice video posted by his use it show it shows the red SUV bearing down the side of the parade in Waukesha as the bands March on then a police car with sirens follows some of those killed were identified as members of the dancing grannies a group of grandmothers that regularly participate in parades the archdiocese says a priest multiple parishioners and school children were among the many injured I'm Julie Walker
"darryl he" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"World face sounds great world. But nobody that you gotta go. How much money are they making and doesn't do anybody pay for for the accounts. No why they make money is because they have so many people and then if you think well that's the same as twitter leaned in e. bay the start of amazon Missing instagram pinterest Youtube all of the if nobody contributed content would-be blank. All of them and they don't put barriers up to people they want people to come join and then they go cool all sell advertising that can charge for it because there's so many people on our platform back from my digital days You know when. I was doing the graphic stuff in websites stuff. It's it's translated very well from that and it's it's been what's working for us and to kind of frame it if you can build that reputation like men. We're the artists that always play. sold out. shows for instance. Then you can ask for guarantees. Then you can start asking for sponsorships like you've got proof. A lot of times. People try to get sponsors. But they don't have people i so it's you got to build the people but then you can monetize it and it doesn't have to even be selling it's like a we have this event we know. We're gonna get this many people. Would you like to sponsor. And that's where you can start monitoring and i know through my experiences. It's much easier to get that one. Ten thousand five thousand dollar deal than trying to sell two hundred ten dollar tickets. I agree so so. That's that's kinda. Like how i looked at it. Touts like then when you get people you work hard sponsorships. Well thank you for coming on the show and share your thoughts incredibly interesting. I wanted to show was you. Were to call out. Indie week starts november the ninth yet nitra thirteenth online. Okay and are some of these topics that retouched face on today. Are they going to be addressed in the conference a little bit. Yeah we've like we talk about natural health and wellness in the mornings We then we've got some business development talks which will be rights royalties collection Aid is putting on a presentation with that and that as well we've got international connections. We really again focusing on people. We are trying to put like give access to meeting people and huge That's where collaborations new songs or created or new management agreements or new shows like future shows coming up in different markets. So we really focused on that connection. Side we. Yeah it's huge and then we've got mentorships breakout rooms Yet it's it's crazy and we've got a on the international side. Were working on a meet. The festivals breakout session so you can literally need international festivals and talk to them learn what they look for an artist what are possibilities for artist. And and such so We're trying to open the doors and break down barriers between artists and industry as much as possible. I commend you for everything you do for the dow. And if i say one thing i have to say i've got a great team..
"darryl he" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Plus releases and if you spread that out over eighteen months and then somewhere along the way like three months in you start another timeline with another single. So it's really two songs and variations going on so you still are pushing it out there but it's not necessarily more work of making more songs like bright like brand new ones and then you can focus the work on the marketing and building audience in engaging in talking with the audience. And that's that's really what i see like you know. You don't need a huge amount of people. it's what is the value of that person so remember. I said that one person cd t shirt and a ticket gap. What if the next year. They bought double 'cause they really got into the band but when they bought double you increase the prices by twenty five percent. So what's that value of that one person and it's the retaining of it because i see so many shows where all talk to the band like cool. Did you talk to the fans after. No oh well who are they. What i don't know. Are you going to message them. Are you going to talk to them. Somehow how are you going to get them back to the second show. Don't mow site lie. Mrs smith experience the most fans do a meet and greet after the show. no most. don't they'll hang out in the bar. Talk to people that. Come talk to them. But that's only if they come talk to them right and often. It's their friends and family that they're talking so that i'm i'm i'm just stated straight like you gotta be engaging them like you got to really go like fans is where it's at an what do you think of it this way. So many bands. What are their question marks. how do i get more. Streams have more people. How do i make more money sell more tickets to your shows. How do you love people that. Buy those cell. Mortiz shirts and product at your shows will that also as people and if so many times. They're like well. How do i get a booking agent. Well if you sell enough tickets that a booking agent goes i can make some money off of it. 'cause it's a percentage business now track a good book. Ancient daniel get a good booking agent. How do we get a good manager. Well if a manager's making a percentage they want to know that they're going to make a good percentage off of an artist right so we're in the percentage business and so often the people the end result. Wanna get that. I need a manager. Now and mike well. Twenty percent of nothing is nothing. And i wanna good booking agent well. You don't have an audience. They're not going to sell tickets. And that's where you hear about. The bad deals taking place. They don't have negotiation power. And they just want to get on this roster. And i've seen so many artists get on a booking agents roster that's like that booking agent has sixty bands in your at the bottom. Don't get the attention they need right. And that's the adverse effect of the career. So whenever i worked on ben's we've never gone looking after industry we built audience and then most times people came to us. And that's what. I call momentum right and when they come to us now it can negotiate. And you know that's got sponsorships that's we got booking agents And got better shows. You know like. I was able to call a venue and say i think we need to be the opening band on this and then like i don't know i'm like well i'll tell you what i don't know we've sold out your bar three times you've made sold out bar sales three times and i can take that to your competition down the street real easy and never play your bar again..
"darryl he" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"That's not our job like well yeah. It is and so the value of an artist to a promoter. Booker is how many tickets can you sell. Right flipped makes sense if you flipped it. Bon jovi said you wanna open to us for us. I bet that samar's ago yet held you. I'd do it for free. And why because they're playing in front of so many people so essentially physical streaming exactly but those are people that have money in their pockets so the point is if you can build an audience and you can start with small people. I've i've worked with artists where we started with twenty thirty five people in built it up but the every person in this is the beauty of the digital age is you can connect with people a round the world that might be super fans of yours in the future right. So that's the key. How do get it so that a people are hearing it but then how can how can you engage with them. Build a relationship and then they're able to be like yeah all by ticket to your show. I'll buy the cd all by the shirt. And essentially. that's what a lot of those big hip hop artists. Did you know and other artists. It's if they go if i said you know. Dave grohl at the horseshoe pri- private or special acoustic performance. Tickets are on sale in one hour. He's playing at four o'clock. I bet it would be sold out. So the goal of the artist is to be able to build them up so that that name and their brand has value. And you start small. And i treat like when i worked with artists. We treated their audiences like gold because there are fans so it's not just hosting an event. It's talking to the people. So many times i tell like how do we get people ought to them. I see like their event.
"darryl he" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Just to make an album and the only way to make money back was to play shows and sell cds and also tried to sell shirts and cd's that was it as an indie artists. Now it's wide open for india to do their business and getting their music out there but also promoting and building audiences There's artists that are recording revenues like publishing wise internationally. And sometimes they don't even know what country they're being played in but they're still getting paid for it. I make sense like a cd babies hidden. I believe over one hundred fifty streaming and download services worldwide. I applaud you. Because it's great. 'cause you're right before you guys step dan You had to be one of the big players again on apple. That was it. And i remember being like. Wow this is like being shut out. You know not even having an opportunity at all. Like i was an artist during that time minutes like my space was it. You know and you're trying to promote our minds. Baseman that disappear. So that's another thing to think about. When i like i do see other services pop up in its break but you also have to kind of look at the the strength of the company and the staying power. You know The spotify i think it was a year and a half ago. They entered into distribution themselves and within a few months they pulled out saying. Wow that's a lot of work. We don't want to touch that anymore at all so they tried it and they stopped it immediately almost Because it's not an easy thing from people think it's digital press a button and it's everywhere. It's it's a lot of negotiations. There's people behind every company They don't always translate english properly or well so then sometimes it even takes longer. It's something to consider. yes it's digital but there's keeble everywhere around the world behind every service and that's a lot of work to make sure it's done properly. Yeah one hundred percent want that you says it's at the digital digital the way to go to future high agree with you but in terms of an artist making an income streaming in comparison to selling a cd and vinyl. Just say let's make it really simple significant amount of streams in order to come head to head but they would make if they were selling will the the whole point is the framework of it and There's a youtube video with will. I am Black-eyed piece right and he framed it very well where resume with the truth of it is don't think of making money from streaming and i'm not trying to say artists shouldn't get paid but it's.
"darryl he" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Very like here for like this is awesome and so also ahead of global affairs. Canada tuned in and people Some of the funders of canada tuned in like you just never know in. It's the other part. Is it's very international. The audience like we have people from asia. We've had people from africa. Indonesia india like all tuning in the last one was germany. Australia's well you k portugal. So it's pretty cool. You just never know who you're gonna meet flex protocol i. I think it's amazing. What you've done and what you're doing for the artists. And i i've actually been pushing registration for the indu- week. Thank you because yeah promotional has on my website. And i've been sharing it on social media so it you had to change the indie Indy week conference and other Business i guess structure because a co ed how as a person pathetic of the music industry how do you feel. It has changed the music business. And what is the general state of the music business now and going forward like what. What do you think an artist can expect if they're looking at doing this for career. I think there's a lot of positives to take. That's been a lot of our focus is what are the positive. Let's look at that and let's go one hundred percent in that direction so couple things is of course live. Music has been devastated and the focus is on loss of income because of it. And it's not just the artists it's the cruise the staff and all that which is really difficult so i wanna frame this in that i recognize live. Music is hit is the worst hit industry in all of this but the music industry as a whole i think is actually better for it and where i say that is more people than ever zooming music online discovering than ever before. More people are open to collaboration and helping each other than ever before and more talks have happened as a result because if anything the weaknesses were Why is this not happening. Why is this not supported by the government and such so. There's there's talks happening with the government and cultural ministers. That didn't happen before and they're starting to understand the music industry a little bit better. 'cause i know like anytime i've applied for a certain funding. We're always other as they are industries not even listed so obviously difficult to get funding. Sometimes when you're always other so there's there's that and then moving forward. I hope that there's a higher sense of education because the future is digital and we cannot deny it and i think for a lot of time lot lot of the time leading up to this point people have been resisting digital or denying it and i look at it as i remember early days of my music career and if somebody used a drum machine on an album we were kind of like snubbing it you know. Why can't you play..
"darryl he" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"You know One of the heads of amazon in seattle played Amazon music great and the producers in nashville is played. Indy week songwriters. That our national played the week It's interesting to see how a lot of artists have also developed from just the artists role to also actually being part of the industry. That's a bit more behind the scenes. you know everybody starts somewhere and and i think the more opportunities we give for people to start but also it's almost like an incubator are nurturing process that allows them to grow. Because you know as as a lot of us know. It's kind of like the majors. You know they're great at what they do. But those demo deals or development deals kinda disappeared. And i i also saw that. There is a need for artists development to take place and and so. Yeah so that's why we do anchor. Yeah that's what we do. A lot of the conference saying and the networking We focused on collaborations a lot Because artists needed chance to develop. And i think that that's sort of been lost a little bit over the years. Let's touch base to teeny bit on the conferences. You have screen screen screaming indie music pro sama in new week. Yeah we're crazy. You're half of the lesser. So we're talk. We in the week is a is a basically conference of the best of the best getting together like a think tank right networking show. Yeah so so into week is kind of like our flagship event and as a result of did not being able to run it. How we normally do. We had to go on line and we just can't cover all the stuff we normally do because you know normally we're in a hotel and there's multiple rooms running at the same time and stuff online. You just need to really focus more. So it's like one session happening at a time. Maybe to and i get that. Is there any virtual conferences like any virtual performances. No no this is all just conferencing and so like we do have Some sort of like virtual trade show booths where artists will have some videos but.
"darryl he" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"We talk about the current online community. Launch so indy and the general state of the music industry going forward in the post kovic world. we all have to act with. Thank you for tuning again tonight. Enjoy the show cheers. Hi daryl thank you for numbers show today by having the real excited for our talk. Yes saint-pierre same here. In fact a lot of what you've done you've been around the in the music for twenty five years and You are now a big part of cd baby canada. So we're going to talk about that and also talk about india week. Yes which you were the founder or started. I asked you you the founder. They the time and yes he said no. I started at so well. Basically i am. I am indy. Week started it and created it and all that good stuff see baby. I'm the director of market development for canada. Great how did you hear your background Well it's a it's a interesting one in the sense that for some reason i remember it gives great six where i just knew. I wanted to do something. In music and originally it was about performance. I wanted to be guitarist into rock band tour. The world's nido how hard and difficult that can be so a was in bands which led to also kind of. I was the guy who really worried about the business of the band while i was in it in so i started promoting shows are booking shows which led the book which led to managing bands which led to also starting in week And also during that time. I learnt a desktop publishing so like doing graphics and websites and my side. Hustle was freelancing so know websites graphics but it led to I worked for as a freelancer for about eight or nine years for live nation and i worked on event marketing with them and branding like rebranded. The company wants you were behind live. nation rebranding. Yeah like there was a time where there was a time in their logo was a ticket. So during that i remember. Yeah so. I did that And that was kind of a crazy time like i did like the passes and campaigns the all the graphics like front of the.
Big Time Baseball
"darryl he" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"Last year ninety nine with the yankees. When you when your fourth ring you had a one thousand one hundred and twelve. Oh bs statistically this was your best year a full-time player like we're the mets. We were the star guys. Everybody looked to But then play. That i don't remem- maybe just my memory. I don't know why didn't you stop playing at once. Lorraine's if you'd stayed with the yankees for another year you you could have fifth ring and part of the subway series which you. You've been natural for being starved for both teams What what happened at that point. I maybe a missing something. What is a good point. Because i was suspended for baseball because i felt a drug with their time. So you know that was it. i would have guys. it's been suspended for a whole year. You know and i couldn't stay clean. I couldn't stay clean. Say my life you know and i it was just part of the addiction and i was in a vicious cycle for very long time and you know at one point. I just wanted to just hoping that my life would be over. No and i could get away from it and get out of that circle cycle. I mean. I circled but cycle of it. And you know whether until my my wife my wife today tracy. She came into my life and she helped me. She helped me improve my life and help become a man and helped me straighten my life out. Get on the right road and it was a long process but she hung in there with me and we just you know we came together and just live the different life you know and and i'm so grateful for her. I'm grateful for my mother because she. My mother was praying for me when i was lost in living. A heating live from my wife. Tracy was pulling me out of dope house when i was lost and broken nineteen years ago. And she's saying god has a plan for your life shen in our say god's lead me let me die. She said you're not that lucky. And she just pulled me in and bought me to a whole different place. In my life ended up being transformed and became a different person Today just a different way. And i'm i'm just thankful for you. Know the grace that god had given me in the piece That he has given me in my life and the things that i may do. Today are so important to me. Well it was a dumb question is not so good and sometimes i'm questions bring the best answers and really appreciate your time and your honesty. As far as i can see you haven't changed. A bit is still one of the nicest guys i ever covered. And i've really appreciated all these years and You know. I know you have regrets and you still have done things differently or better and i think. You're just a very introspective. And i think that's great that you can look back and say that not everybody can do that and You know realize things that could have been done better or differently. But as far as i can tell you that everything great so i appreciate your being with us. Darryl van tastic and Thank you so much. thank you dare. Well well thank you guys. Thank you for your time man. I really appreciate you guys in. Continue to do the great work that you're doing all right. thanks daryl. Thank you all right thank you. That was darrell. Strawberry a great matt and a great yankee four rings and boy what an honest guy and would've been tested guy. I covered him for years with the yankees zionist. Those mets years. They sound like a lot of fun even to witness. I wouldn't have been barred of that but a lot of fun and thank you very much. Darrell all right. Thanks you too..
Big Time Baseball
"darryl he" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"And in having expectations that i had at such an early age and the pressure playing and performance and i just really thought it was based one sign up all of that you signed up to be a baseball player and i didn't realize it would be so much pressure to play and my mother was the most beautiful person that i've ever met in my life. She raised five of by herself. See what people don't understand. I didn't have a father in the home. you know. My father rejected us and he was alcoholic and he beat us and he laughed at us and say we never amount to nothing in you know. He came home and put out a shotgun. When i was fourteen years old. You'll kill the whole family and me and my brothers went into action and had not been for my mother. Getting us out of the house killed him that night. You know and i think most people don't all they see is you you put on a uniform and you should be excel because you have talent. They don't realize that my pain was deep. My pain led me to my greatness and my greatest would eventually lead me to my destructive behavior and it will play out in my life. You know my mother her points were. She was a good strong christian woman. Her points was leave the girls alone and stop drinking alcohol. That's what i should have listened to her I think every kid can look back on his life and say mom always tried to tell you what's right in what to do and make the right decisions and then it's really up to you to make those decisions see. I made the decision. I didn't listen to. I made a decision to live a heating lifestyle and chased women and use drugs and drink and amply baseball. I didn't realize how. I was guys. When i was playing when i was young and at the time of my career does days. Eighty four eighty five eighty six eighty seven those years aid. None of them. I didn't realize how good player i was. Because i was never focused on the fact how good of a player i was. I was focused on the fact that i just go out and play and we win and that's all that really matters and i think when you're young you don't really understand all that you think this is gonna last forever and you realize one day nothing lasts forever. Not even us they are you He plays pretty historic organizations. I mean obviously flavored match. Paper dodgers flavored yankees Is there a favorite. Was her favorite stop while they all were favor stopped. Always saying you know. la reno. I said thank you know towards not towards the dodgers. I'm born and raised in la. I grew up a dodger fan. Not people don't understand that i say personally. It was my biggest mistake from me to leave new york. You know at the time of my young career and the years. I was having playing in new york. It was a different atmosphere for me playing baseball. When you play in new york fans come early and they never leave until it's over and when you plan to new york and i would send a different of the fans when i was playing back in those days fans in la. They come late and they leave early. Because guess what. The town of l. a. Is all about the lakers. And there was about the dodgers now but it was all about the lakers back in the days when i were playing in. La and most people don't understand that and you know they they are great places for me l. a.'s home always will be home. Grown up there from crenshaw. I will always be dodger fan. I was always a dodger fan growing up but new york city. That is my home. I grew up in in a place where people may become a better player and they challenge you. They stretch you. They boo. And if you can't accept that you know that's that's part of it you know either. Either they don't make you better. Are they going to run out of town. And i tell you those those teams that. I play with in new york. In those days. I played in new york. Those fans made me a better. Yeah you really drive. I mean four rings. That's pretty good. Not too many players of when ma rings. It's interesting to talk about some of your key influences in your life. Your mother's sounds like a a wonderful woman in obviously debut was a big influence. And your mother gave you some good advice. And davey was a very instinctive Very smart guy. Good manager one thing. I thought that was interesting on the thirty for thirty special. He didn't just say i am. I don't worry about what guys do away from the field. He went as far as to say i. I didn't worry about guys did between innings. That's that save. The that seemed a little strong to me between as and i know you know. There's this legend of a you know picking women in the in the stands and you know is there actually time to meet women during the game and relate to women during the game and then go back on the field between innings. I would think it's time for that. But i mean is this is legend or was there. Actually this going on in the eighties were wild. I mean i was part of it but you know i'm not a ball player i don't know Did he mean that. Literally between innings there was stuff going on in the tunnel. I'm quite sure he did because he knew the of guys. He hadn't personality that they had characters. We all were characters and we had. We had these strong strong feelings about ourselves. And just doing anything and and that's just the way it was back. In those days there was the eighties. You know you guys. I see girls they liken you know between any they would at that you know maybe just do whatever haven't beat them in the clubhouse and do whatever you know it was just things you know just things that we all did. I did it. Am i proud of it. No it was just part of who we were. you know. It was just part of the eighty six to eighties. You know everything was wide open. Find different what no pressure she. I think the pressure that they have today is different than we have. We don't have social. We didn't have social media back bacteria they have all these social media outlets in different things. We all have people you know catch now. We have social media back in time that we were doing things we all would have been called. It would have been all over the internet in you know at a bit of different filling in. But we didn't have to worry about that we do one thing that we can get away with it and it happened. You know. it's just the way it was you see baseball players. You know. I think a lot of times take kind of denied themselves of you. Who they who they are. You know there was some great ones. You know really around the league that respected. Highly like tony. Gwynn your your dad. Tony gwen junior your father. He was well respected because he had principals. And everybody knew that carter was at. You know he. You guys certain guys that that that was that way. They didn't drink. Alcohol drank milk. they didn't get caught up into. You'll drug anything like that. But when you get caught up into taking the fed amis greenies and wire church and you plan a different person. You'd act a different way. And that's what it was for us in eighties. You couldn't get caught. Take greeny you know and you just you know. It's just the way so many guys so wired you know not only was a wire to play but they were wired looking at girls and all these other things that came along with this end. I was the same way. I was in that same boat with those guys. I mean i was one of those guys that was wired all the time and just did things and and you just kind of laughed about it and you ran back out on the field and you just play the game you know. That's part of what made this great documentary. Simply winning the world series helped but being out say colorful and Interesting certainly Added to it. I have one final thing. I want to ask a different topic. We'll get back to straight baseball You know i mentioned your stats the beginning one thirty eight. Opiates plus and eight sixty two. Opiates and then your.
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"darryl he" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"Did you think you had a chance. I mean i know you guys are good comebacks but two outs down couple runs. Nobody base Get all the string although singles. It's not an easy way to do it. You guys did do it. What i love about our guys is they never gave up and and doing the play offs we never gave up. And of course we knew we wasn't gonna be speech scott he. He just had a phenomenal year. Whatever he was. I mean his ball was moving so much. You know we go hit it. If we had to. Bats didn't matter we just didn't want we just didn't want to go through that drill again and the having to face him and you know We just knew that we had to beat somebody. We had to beat nolan in our wanted. Other guys in you know we got old and in a situation where he was beaten us. I hit that home. Run to tie game on the win that game and that was just a reminder of how good we were to be able to come back and in ballgames if we stayed close out when you had a pitcher that was dominating on the mind like scott. There was no way. It was impossible for us to get him. He was all in our heads and we knew it. We always looking at the balls and we sitting there thinking. How can this guy beat us. You know because we knew we were so good and we knew that we were going to have to fight and we're going to have to play through. It and david did the total opposite houston when he gambled when we were down and bought linear and the pension and lenny hit a triple. And that got us going. You know and Left-hander against lefthander. That's a level. Davey davey was just total opposite about a lot of things. That people didn't like a manager but he did but he did them well and he allowed us to be us and and we were so feist afr- ice on such a team that would wasn't afraid to fail and we fought through you know. We fought through those things that we needed to fight through. And i think in that situation when lenny got going back in the game we realized right there that was start to get going and we just went from there you know and then you get to get into the series we go into that and we go we go down to you know and what david you again are. We we go to boston and we're supposed to have a workout. He says screw to work out. We have no workout. He says off day for everybody and we were like yes because we had needed off. They could really drained from after playing in the astro series. And we needed a break. We needed a break from base fox mentally for that part and we took that part off and then we came back. We have some big games. Crowded dave's chronic lenny. Overhaul run but carter gave us big left in in that series up there in boston and we knew from there once we got back in it. We felt like we have a chance. Then when we got the gang six you know and we were sitting here with two out and weird like man. We didn't blue this man this whole year. This distinction this great year kief was in davies office. I was in there. He was in there without. I think joe johnson and he was just having a beer. You know just like sitting there then. All of a sudden the game starts info to our target to hit. Michigan's ahead reagan's ahead. Ky-ko's i'm not going anywhere we're in here. We stay right where we had and then the game just unfolded from there. You know everybody blames. Billy buckner for not making the play. I don't blame him trying to beat me to the back. But what they don't blame. As calvin schiraldi and i saw him in the field and he was griping about. You know always just baseball. He couldn't nobody out and you can get nobody out so you know you can't blame billy buckner for play where you know. You couldn't get nobody out because all you had to do is get one out but the game is not over until it's over and that's for real when you understand sources you know instead. Last-second has to click on the clock for football and basketball but baseball. You gotta get that lasts out and they did not get that lasts out there throughout your career. Who is when teammate. You think helped to grow as a as a player does as a profession. While i would say carter was the player. You know that you know help help me grow wanting to understand what it has to be a man. I think that parking watching him because he was so happy and he was so real and he was he was a great player. But the player that make you made me grow morning. Anything as player was anandas. You know because he has such a high. I q about the gain about facing left hand pitching and being able to know the difference of getting up in the box guy storm. You know more speed pitchers and getting back deep in a box when the guy's got a great fast while so you can let the ball get deeper in on you. So those things were very Very important to understand you know when you're young player and you learn to develop that. I didn't master it in like that the those short years while i came along when i got in later years in my career mastered that kind of stuff and it was. It made me very successful baseball player because of learning that from him so those two guys were like really important. Cheap people in my life. When i was starting off my career i think for all the young players that will own team. You know to be able to say that. I know guys a lot of guys. Look at camera. You know carding say he was a camera he loves. The camera loved to smile. I wish i could smell like the heathen was free. Like he was he was a. Hey it was just something special about it. You know and i think a lotta guys didn't understand that this guy was wanted to most happy complete players i ever seen in my tire career watching the baseball player. That was interesting to hear. You say that people thought that was phony but that was him you were there and you saw it so you knew what he was like I thought it was interesting. also People will recall that you had that fight with keyed so they might not realize the respect that you obviously had four keith. As well so what did touch on that but there are a couple of things in the thirty for thirty thing that really interested me And i wanted to. I know you're an introspective guy. Look back and different things one one time you. you said. You should've listened to your mother. You had a great career Expand on that a bit. Why do why should you've listened to your mother. I know you had fun to. Maybe you feel like you could eliminate the fun. But i don't know what that meant but should listen to your mother and the other thing i think you were walking with your mother somewhere in midtown at some point and they at least they said that you saw a poor or homeless person and use you kind of set yourself you know. I wouldn't mind being that person. The expectations were so you're number. One big big guy. Everyone expected everything. How much did that way on your. Did you really say you wish you could have been that homeless person and you really feel that i. It probably would a little too far on it. I mean. I probably felt that way far. You know with my mother and everything being in new york..
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"darryl he" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"What i think we had the hatred from the fact that we lost and eighty four guest to cubs. We're right they're not gonna have to door after eighty three after david took over and doc was gonna win rookie of the year and i think eighty five when we lost to the cardinals. That's where i hate your came from because we didn't have love for the car and we could not stand the car knows you know. And it was a big rivalry between us and them Because they were a team that didn't have powered. But they had speech like ozzie. Smith tommy her best calment willie mcgee. We love willy. Willy was the nicest guy so we we kinda left him but the rest of the rest of them. We just really couldn't stand and we built that up. You know after losing to them and eighty five. And i just remember seeing some of the scenery of that in that in that film Us losing in nineteen eighty five walking out of that dugout in knowing that we lost to the car and you know coming back into spring training. We just build up inside of us that we just didn't like these teams and we just needed to. We need we just needed to stone. Put our foot on top of them and like you said we you know. We got tired of teams. Don't stomping on us and it was. We wasn't gonna let you put your foot in mouth anymore. We were gonna put off foot in your mouth and that's what it came back to eighty six man. We have so many guys that love the fight you know and that was far too baseball back. Then if you got drilled in situations than we feel like you know you should begin drilled man. We don't fight. Man was know just kind of group of guys we had. It had nothing to do. Just lenny it had to do with the whole group of guys. Kevin mitchell kevin. Mitchell was bad if we got an middle of fighter. Mitch will be where in metro metro would be somewhere trying to kill somebody you know. And that's just that's just what it was a part of our team. You know we. We didn't like the other teams. Because i like. I said before they thought we were thinking we were hostage up but in reality was guys we were really good. You know that year and we. We started off slow and everybody thought well. Yeah like they don't really have a great season and then we just took off and we just ran away with the national league decent. We just knew at that time that we had that in front of us and we have more in front of us wants. We got into the playoffs. Don't talk about that. That eight four eighty five season What was it that you guys were missing in. Eighty four and eighty five That you guys figured out in eighty six that got you guys over Eighty four. We missed a guy like harder in the lineup. Catcher like say we had a we fitzgerald catcher. And but he was good catcher but he wasn't a guy that we needed like in. We need more of a guy in office aside to with a right hand bat. I think that's what we were missing a big right hand bat in the lineup that was threat and eighty four and we lost to the cubs. I think only way to 'cause meet us in eighty. Four rick sutcliffe came over with sixteen one. Astor only way they beat us. You know we had them if we if it wasn't for him coming over and going sixteen in one for them we would have wanted to visit. I think a lot of people don't understand we will win in ninety two ninety five games a year. you know Starting from the eighty four. I believe and then eighty five. We came in. We fell short against car knows They just had a better run. I think the cardinals had a better run than we did down the stretch. And i think we we realized that we blew a lot of games that we should have one and we would have been in first place and we put ourselves in a situation where we had to go into saint louis and we had to go to had the sweep down and we did and we wanted to i to believe but we did. We lost last game. i think it was just. It was just a heartbreaking us in and we just knew coming back into the eighty six spring training there was a fresh look about us a fresh attitude about all of us because we had all the pieces in place and now it's time you know to put it together. It was no more time to talk about. It was a time to actually. Just go out. And do it. And i think i think what happened in eighty six team was we knew how to come back and a lot of games. We can be down in the other team building high five and like won a game. It's like this is only the only the fourth inning you are. They kidding kidding us. And we're just like let's just turn it on him guys in and we would just turn it on. We just knew how to come back. And i think that's what magical was about their team. It wasn't just like when we came back in the playoffs. We we had to come back in in the playoffs. All time against the astros we had to come back against ryan knepper. We had to come back against those guys. They were up. We had to come back and we had a group of guys who knew how to come back in eighty six. And i think that's really what got us over the hump. I you know what your instincts i think. We're right on the eighty five cardinals. I i was working a little paper in illinois and the cardinals were one of the teams that we covered and There were some guys on the team. That weren't so nice. I don't if you knew them or you just hated them by instinct. But i mean you know vince. Coleman john tudor. they weren't such nice guide so maybe had good instincts there. At least that's what i got out of it anyway Talking about the comebacks though. I mean incredible houston What what's your recollection of houston in. Also boston coming back and winning against boston houston. It's it felt like to me that Watching the thirty for thirty two guys that team that just felt that scott was not going to be beaten for whatever reason i guess you felt he was cheating whenever was he was not really beatable. And you need to win that game. Six which is one of the greatest games of all time and then of course the game. Six of the world series is the most remembered game of all time and Just incredible. I mean i think keets said he was in the davies office. You say given up but he didn't want to be part of these. See the celebration of the red sox on your field. Where where were you at that time. Were you watching it..
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Charles Barkley Calls out Rich Paul and Klutch Sports for Manipulating the NBA
"Clutches able to come up with a solution to this that gets darryl what he needs. That gets them to a place that he'd like to be in an doesn't adversely impact the sixers fortunes in the east. And you know helps other players along the way. I keep hearing like weird names. Cleveland might have an angle minnesota's by favorite getaway any of their assets the minnesota in sacramento ones. Have that kind of logic of of those Folks in those offices have history with daryl. So you know that there they can have conversations and there's absolutely no reason whatsoever for the sixers do a goddamn thing before training camp before the season starts is the best thing about this before the trade deadline. I mean i think that they're well positioned to just chill for a bit. Here's what barkley said on the mike mass analysis show. He's talked about clutch. Was you know how that group works. They try to trade their players to where they want to anthony davis. They had better deals from boston. Maybe even new york. They're like no he's gonna play with. Lebron is not gonna play. They just bullied. The league team. Got to stand up and say i paid your guy. He can't bully me a trade him and meet and have me take some trash back. I'm hoping somebody in the sixers organization got some stones barkley said we have not seen a team degan before and the quick thing you know. There's a persecution complex of them look for so amid this point the most powerful agent is always the least popular agent. David falk in the nineties was basically presented as the anti christ and blame for every bad thing that happened the league in the nineties. Scott boras same thing in baseball. Everybody had scott boras when you're the top agent near attached to the top guy and you're swinging elbows and get clydes what you want and do all that stuff. You're gonna take shit. I don't like some of the stuff they do at the same time. This is a referendum on them right. What how much power do they actually have. Because in this case philly has no trade.
News Talk KOKC 1520
"darryl he" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Darryl Latest catalog Feed report is out front through the numbers force. You bet, you know, the August USDA cattle on feed Report has July placements at 91.9% of last year Marketing's at 95.5% of last year, and that gives us an August one on feed total of 98.1% of last year, So these numbers are pretty close to expectations. Both replacements and marketing's are slightly below the average but within the range of estimates. And the trends, especially on the placement seemed to be suggesting tighter numbers head Darryl Yes, that's right. You know, we finally worked through the big numbers. You know, a little bit of cattle cycle history, So we peaked in 2019. That should have given us a peek in the feeder supplies in 2020 and coming through the feedlots. But because of the disruptions last year, we push that into the first half of this year, And so that's been part of the struggle and fed cattle markets in the first half of 2021. But we're through that now, and we are making progress. Uh, seasonally, But even when it rebuilds in the fall of the year, we won't rebuild to last year's level. So we're going to continue to see tightening numbers. Those tightening numbers have we've been anticipating those for a while and and with those tightening numbers are better prices. Absolutely. You know, the Fed cattle market has been kept all year because we did bunch of these cattle. And we've been up against the capacity constraint. And so you know, we haven't moved fed cattle prices much for the last 20 weeks or so. But we're really close to that. Now. I think General expectations are within the next week or 23 weeks. We will see Start to see this bed Cattle market show a little strength. Cattle market. Watch your Darryl Peel. And that's for farm news on talk radio is new Generation. I'm Ron Hayes for K O. K. C. Kia to me. I see you brought your son sale of poofy hair Junior with you, Corey. I may have to be here like my dad. But at least I don't have a weird, weird like you. Hey, guys, knock it off. Let's talk about our puffy inventory here at Colina Kiev. Kewpie inventory. I get it..
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Ravages of COVID Surge Evident Inside Missouri Hospital
"I'm Missouri hospital that had no copay patients just two months ago is now dealing with the July surge the ravages of the fast spreading delta variant or becoming a parent in a state with one of the nation's lowest vaccination rates lake regional hospital in the heart of Missouri's lake of the Ozarks region has seen twenty two people die from the virus in the first twenty three days of July the lake of the Ozarks region averages five and a half million visitors annually local counties vaccination rates are less than forty percent doctor how much Sanga is lake regional's chief medical officer big time though the virus orange here lot of admissions lots of people who are very sick and I'm dying thirty one year old Darryl Barker was against the co the backseat and so were his relatives now he's in the ICU at lake regional transfer from Branson where the hospitals are maxing out six year old son and wife Billy Barker said outside his ICU room in lawn chairs looking in through the glass any side effects that you're going to have from the being vaccinated are are way better than having to do this I'm Jennifer king
Man Arrested in Connection With Attack at Baltimore Liquor Store
"Baltimore Police arrested a suspect in the Sunday night assault of two liquor store owners. 50 year old Darryl Doyle's faces multiple charges for the attack on the Korean women at the Wonderland Liquor Store on Pennsylvania Avenue. Both victims fought their suspect and suffered serious but non life threatening
What To Expect When Attending MLB Spring Training Games This Year
"Gavin Newsom says baseball teams like the Dodgers and the Angels could open up their stadiums when the regular season starts next month. But some fans aren't waiting there, checking out the local clubs as they play spring training games in Arizona. If you're thinking of heading east for baseball fix during the pandemic, Kcrw's Darryl Sanson has some tips about what to expect. The first thing to know is that attendance is limited to 2300 people at spring training games, which means tickets may be hard to get. You should buy yours in advance if you don't want to risk being shut out. Tickets are being sold in pods of two or four and many seats are being zip tied off to ensure social distancing. Also tailgating. His band masks are required, and you won't be able to get an autograph from your favorite player. The only outside food and drink you can bring in this year is water and transactions at the stadium are cash lists, and here's another change. The games could be shorter to help teams better control their schedules during the pandemic. Until March. 13th managers can choose to play his fuse. Five innings. After that, all teams will have to play at least seven A total of 15 Major league teams play in Arizona's Cactus League during the spring, including all five clubs based in California.
Vaccine Access Code System To Address Inequity Used By Wealthy In Los Angeles
"Are ending up in the arms of people who are not yet eligible to receive shots. Made them wealthier folks in L. A in the Bay Area. State officials say they plan to do something about that with a new system for community based distribution of covert vaccines starting next week. KCRW's Darryl Saxman has a preview. Instead of giving out general appointment access codes to the roughly 1000 community groups that have partnered with the state. The codes will be individualized. What's been happening is the access codes are being shared via email, text or social media and reaching people who are not eligible yet because of their age or occupation. Many of those people have been showing up anyway and, in some cases, getting shots reserved for higher priority groups. Ryan Ferguson, with the governor's Office of Emergency Services says that in one instance, a large group of outsiders showed up at a predominantly Latino public housing complex in L. A for vaccinations being provided by a mobile unit. Switch to individual access codes comes as the state strives to prioritize vaccinating the most vulnerable, including low income Latino and black residents, who have been disproportionately hit by the pandemic as well as essential workers. For KCRW. I'm Darrell SAT spin. Meanwhile, Ventura County is expanding covert vaccine eligibility to include school
Tiger Woods seriously injured in rollover crash
"Vehicle rollover crash in Southern California but with serious injuries 15 time major golf champion Tiger Woods was in a one car crash in suburban Los Angeles Tuesday, and both of his legs were seriously injured Los Angeles County fire chief Darryl Osby. It was taken from the vehicle with see a collar and a backboard for spinal precautions. Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva says the SUV, Woods was driving crossed the road and rolled over. Equal travel. Several 100 ft from the center center divider. At the intersection and rested on the on the west side of the road in the brush. Woods had been tournament host for the Genesis Invitational Over the weekend. He stayed in Southern California to do filming with Discovery owned golf TV. Might cross
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Tiger Woods 'awake, responsive and recovering' after surgery following rollover crash
"To recovery. We get the latest details now from ABC News. It was brought to my attention that he had serious leg injuries. Los Angeles County fire chief Darryl as be praising paramedics quick action to pull golfer Tiger Woods out of his one car rollover accident, Rancho Palos Verde is south of Los Angeles Sheriff Alex Villa Nueva saying Tiger Woods is 2021 Genesis SUV's construction. They have saved his life. The fry name was totally destroyed the bumpers everything was destroyed. Airbags deployed all of that. And however, thankfully, the interior was more or less intact, which kind of gave him Cushion to survive what otherwise would have been a fatal crash. Police saying Tiger Woods had no sign of alcohol or drug impairment, and they rushed him to a local hospital for surgery. As for his current condition, serious condition as a result of the accident, and that's about all they want to say police, saying the crash site is a downhill slope where they've seen many accidents. Andy Field, ABC News
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Piecing It Together Podcast
"darryl he" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Right. Welcome to another episode of piecing. Together the podcast. We take a look at a new movie and try to figure out what movies inspired it and today on the show. We are back to our one of our favorites Nicholas cage and his new movie. Willies wonderland directed by kevin lewis written by geo. Parsons is a drifter named the janitor. Who finds himself in an abandoned kids amusement park where all of the animatronic animals have come to life and are out to kill him and it is a bloody ridiculous. Good time It's available now on. Vod and also. I believe playing at some drive ins and things like that across the country But you should check this movie out because is very ridiculous and very fun and it's as we talk about in the conversation. It's one of those movies where you hear that description and the movie is exactly what you think you're going to get so if that sounds good to you then Then you should check it out joining me for this conversation. First time on the show. Daryl edge from the cage rage podcast and i was so happy to get a nicholas cage aficionado. Joining me for this crazy ridiculous movie so that is coming up in a second but as always like to remind you to make sure you are subscribed to piecing together on your podcast app of choice. We're of course on all the major podcast apps apple podcasts. Spotify podcasts. all of them. Whichever one you listen to podcasts on go ahead and click that subscribe button and if you like what we do here. You can also rate and review us on apple. Podcasts or pod chaser you could also follow us on social media at piecing pod and don't forget to join our facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces where we continue the conversation about all the movies. We talk about here on the show and have already had a few good threads going on willie's wonderland so lots of cage. Talk going on in the popcorn puzzle pieces group so with that all said. Let's go to willie's wonderland who.
Piecing It Together Podcast
"darryl he" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Right. Welcome to another episode of piecing. Together the podcast. We take a look at a new movie and try to figure out what movies inspired it and today on the show. We are back to our one of our favorites Nicholas cage and his new movie. Willies wonderland directed by kevin lewis written by geo. Parsons is a drifter named the janitor. Who finds himself in an abandoned kids amusement park where all of the animatronic animals have come to life and are out to kill him and it is a bloody ridiculous. Good time It's available now on. Vod and also. I believe playing at some drive ins and things like that across the country But you should check this movie out because is very ridiculous and very fun and it's as we talk about in the conversation. It's one of those movies where you hear that description and the movie is exactly what you think you're going to get so if that sounds good to you then Then you should check it out joining me for this conversation. First time on the show. Daryl edge from the cage rage podcast and i was so happy to get a nicholas cage aficionado. Joining me for this crazy ridiculous movie so that is coming up in a second but as always like to remind you to make sure you are subscribed to piecing together on your podcast app of choice. We're of course on all the major podcast apps apple podcasts. Spotify podcasts. all of them. Whichever one you listen to podcasts on go ahead and click that subscribe button and if you like what we do here. You can also rate and review us on apple. Podcasts or pod chaser he could also follow us on social media at piecing pod. And don't forget to join our facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces where we continue the conversation about all the movies. We talk about here on the show and have already had a few good threads going on willie's wonderland so lots of cage. Talk going on in the popcorn puzzle pieces group so with that all said. Let's go to willie's wonderland who.
Scoops with Danny Mac
"darryl he" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"You really try to defy keith. Hernandez is inaccurate. Team that a myth or truth now is the truth. You know it was. It was about a disagreement you know wanted to report. It came and told me that he got into my business about me. I shouldn't be worrying about negotiate my contract right now spring training and then i just kinda got into own pitcher day you know but i tell you what i have. Nothing but respect for him. He taught me so much about the game of baseball. What incredible plan. I q that he had. He taught me how to hit. Left hand pitching. He taught me how to the other way. And i remember. I hit like fifteen home runs the other way and mostly because he taught me how to do that in wally bet and a guy that cartoon fans hated. I think you should. You're going to beat the little redneck up cardinal fan by the helped you with that one. I know they probably wanted to. I know he used to run a lot for. Loudini said a lot of things in the paper and and i'm quite sure you know i. I felt that way a few times to you know but he up. He was my teammate. I could tell you like this. You know in our clubhouse it was crazy at times once. We stepped on the field man. We've serious business you know. And you know any ball club you know. Have that at times in the clubhouse can be crazy time when you step on the field. Can you block that out. And i think we were really good at doing that. Being able to block the craziness of a we were out. I think whitey might have hated davey for awhile. Head us believe in that in player wise. We think khoja was number. What we might have boo'd you. But i think they kinda always liked the darrell strawberry. That player was hard not to like. But boy ho joe. I think whitey walked in once. We couldn't get one hundred. Rbi of the mean-spirited about between the teams did not true animosity. Yeah i think a lot of hatred there you know because the fact we had to go through each other and it wasn't anything personal you know far as as being a player but you know you had a different uniform on. We had a different uniform. All you know and we wanted to beat the cardinals. And i'm quite sure they felt the same way of about us..
WGBB Sports Talk New York
"darryl he" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Yeah you know that was That was like total koto. Bs matter orioles rights. issues. Because you know may fourteenth in california degree teams in texas so states. They had multiple teams. And and you know. Even now the nixon brooklyn i mean brooklyn. I'm sure any territorial right now. Right money to the To the to the knicks and vice versa. So i may happen Whereas with that beal was brokered by my agents Irwin lena Doing that It was the It was the nets Felt as though it would be very detrimental to the nets franchise to deal with the mix and for the discussion whereas You can go anywhere else except dix so graphically You know. I had established governor family and long island. And you know i just kind of look for the close displace Detained the closest place is by default. South affiliate go north of boston and And so was commutable. You know from long island. World manhattan is now containment train income long island. It's a couple of hours right by car. Or whatever. So i oversee hard even knowing the franchise and you know doing so much. Their homework that gets done. These days. I ended up going to philadelphia for geographical. Now when you went to philly doc you became really a more team oriented player than you were in In new york. You had. George mcginnis lloyd free doug collins but you became more of a team ballplayer down with the sixers. I felt as though my squires years in the chain. Yeah and my nazi is. We did play team basketball and In philly with gene shoob You know we tried to play this balance style of basketball but there was a lot of individuality and philadelphia that. It took a couple of years to to to get rid of and even though in that first year he played for the nba championship and Seventy six seventy seven season Lost apartment You know it took several years and some coaching changes in order to really find the team that you know we had eighty eighty two eighty three In which we compete with it but a championship for To times Well actually eighty eighty two and eighty three three times Winning running and eighty three s. You know so When you say that the team game you know probably by you know you start looking at maybe my individual stats and you know there was much higher than aba tire and and with the nets But they were actually the highest with the squires in those first couple years. Charlie scott on the team and Race scott Fatty taylor berry williams jambo jamaicans so curve and and you know the year yield town was on that team and we had albie yankees coach. Albie was really a great coach and And hall of fame scout having loughry in and and billy cunningham so so i was able to be influenced by some Great coaches who were former players and And each had their own style but The fun time fun time for me. Was you know the virginia. Years with the squires and the and the and the nazi is in long hours. So you know that that's always going to be you know. Home chameleon home cooking right. And we're glad to hear that doc. That's for sure. Now i wanna talk to you about one of your signature moves. The baseline move now. The one of the most memorable plays i remember. It was during the eighty. Nba finals It was impossible finger roll behind. The backboard drove past. I think it was mark landsberger on the right baseline and then kareem. Kareem comes into the picture right. Yeah yeah yeah you know that We just kind of call it the layup up and under up in under probably To the thing about it was the hang time now that i was able to To take off you know on the right side of the basket and shoot the ball on the left side of the vaccine and actually took off outside of the the free throw lane. you know. they're lying going down up and down from the free throw line and Just kind of You know sort an air for a while has the ball in one hand hanging out away from the defense and then when it got to the other side of the basket there was an opening too to bring it up and -unding spinning spin off the glass with kareem abdul-jabbar standing there with his arms hoisted. Yeah and he never jumped. And i just remember distinct stinks. Wish lee Fall into the ground. And you know 'cause. I had just exhausted my My job and you know. For whatever reason i could land on my feet are be just hit you know hit sideways and selling the ground and got up and ran down the court and then suddenly you know pants. The next day is just like this series of photos depicting that move in that game. And it's something that you know has lived on all of these years For sure was in college now. They're black and white photo. There's the yeah there. There's a an. I see i see.