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"deir al" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
"The small spills of half are about a hundred paces to the northward is of smaller dimensions. The facade is adorned with six standing colossi. Four representing ramsey's the second and to his wife. Nefertari the paris style and the crips are lacking and the small chambers are placed at either end of the transverse passage instead of being parallel with the sanctuary. The hyper style hall however is supported by six half are headed pillars. Were space permitted. The rock cut temple was but partly excavated in the cliff. The four-part being constructed outside with blocks cut and dressed becoming half grotto half building in the hemi spears at deir. The paris style is external to the cliff. At bait el wally. The pylon and court are built at girth hussein and wadi sabella pylon court and hype a style. Haw are all outside the mountain. The most celebrated and original hammy speros. Is that built by queen. Hot chip soot at deir. Al bahari in the acropolis the sanctuary and chapels which as usual accompany it were cut about one hundred feet above the level of the valley in order to arrive at that height slopes were made and terraces laid out according to a plan which was not understood until the site was thoroughly excavated between the hemispheres and the isolated temple the egyptians created yet another variety namely the built temple backed by but not carried into a cliff the temple of the sphinx at giza and the temple of seti. The first abbas dose may be cited as two good examples. I have already described the former. The area of the latter was cleared in a narrow and shallow belton sand which here divides the plane from the desert. It was sunk up to its roof the tops of the walls but just going above the level of the ground. The staircase which led up to the terraced roof led also to the top of the hill the front which stood completely out seemed in no wise extraordinary. It was approached by two pylons to courts and a shallow portico supported on square pillars. The unusual part of the building only began beyond this point. I there were two hypo style halls. Instead of one these are separated by a wall with seven. Doorways there is no nave and the sanctuary opens direct from the second hall. This as usual consists of an oblong chamber with the door at each end but the rooms by which it is usually surrounded are here placed side by side in align to the right and ford the left further they are covered by corbu defaults and are lighted only from the doors behind. The sanctuary are further. Novelties another hyper style. Hall abuts on the end wall. And its dependencies are unequally distributed to right and left as if this were not enough. The architect also constructed to the left of the main building a court five chambers of columns fair his passages and dark chambers in short an entire wing branching off at right angles to the axis of the temple proper with no counterbalancing structures on the other side. These irregularities become intelligible when the site is examined the cliff is shallow at this part and the smaller hyper style. Hough is backed by only a thin partition of rock. If the usual plan had been followed it would have been necessary to cut the cliff entirely away and the structure would have forfeited. It's special characteristic. That of a temple backed by a cliff as desired by the founder the architect therefore distributed in wit those portions of the edifice which he could not carry out in length and he even threw out a wing some years later when ramsey's the second constructed a monument to his own memory about a hundred yards to the northward of the older building. He was careful not to follow in his father's footsteps built on top of an elevation. His temple had sufficient space for development and the conventional plan was followed in all. Its strictness most temples even the smallest should be surrounded by a square enclosure. Or tamino's at medina taboo this enclosure wall of sandstone mo and embattled. The innovation is due to a whim of ramsey's the third who in giving to his monument. The outward appearance of a fortress sought to commemorate his syrian victories elsewhere. The doorways are of stone and the walls are built. In irregular courses of crude breaks. The great enclosure wall was not as frequently stated intended to isolate the temple and screened. The priestly ceremonies from is profane. It marked the limits of the defined dwelling and served. When need fall to resist the attacks of enemies whose cupidite he might be excited by the accumulated riches of the sanctuary as at karnak avenue of sphinxes and series of pylons lead up to the various gates and formed triumphal approaches. The rest of the ground was in part occupied by staples. Celery edge grannies and private houses just as in europe during the middle ages. The population crowded most densely roundabout the churches and abbey's so in egypt they swarmed around the temples profiting by that security which the terror of his name and the solidity of his ramparts ensure to the local deity a clear space was at first reserved around.
"deir al" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
"Without capital base and the two facades front and back being supported by two columns with the lotus pod capital both pillars and columns rose a direct from the parapet except on the east front where a flight of ten or twelve stabs enclosed between two walls of the same height as the platform lead up to the sela the two columns at the head of the steps were wider apart than those of the opposite face and through the space thus opened was seen a richly decorated door. A second door opened at the other end beneath the portico later in roman times this feature was utilized in altering the building the intercom nurse. Space at the end was filled up and thus was obtained a second hall rough and bear but he useful for the purposes of the temple service. These elephants eighteen sanctuary spring to mind the peripheral temples of the greeks and this resemblance to one of the most familiar forms of classical architecture explains perhaps the boundless admiration with which they were regarded by the french civilians. Those machines of el cobb and of sharona are somewhat more elaborate. The building at el kab is in three divisions. I call four columns next a chamber supported by four half are headed pillars and in the end wall opposite the door a knee. Sh-she approached by four steps of these small oratory. He's the most complete model now. Remaining belongs to the ptolemaic period namely the temple of hathor at deir. al madina. Its length is just double its breath. The walls are built a batter inclining inwards and are externally bear. Save at the door which is framed in a projecting border covered with finely sculptured scenes. The interior is in three parts a portico supported by two lotus flower columns. A halos reached by a flight of four steps and separated from the portico by a wall which connects the two lotus flower columns with to hathor headed pillow stirs in antis lastly the sanctuary flanked by two small chambers which are lighted by square openings cut in the ceiling the assent to the terrace is by way of staircase very ingeniously placed in the south corner of the portico and furnished with a beautiful open window. This is merely a temple in miniature but the parts though small are so well proportioned that it would be impossible to conceive anything more delicate or graceful. We cannot say as much for the temple. Which the pharaohs of the twentieth dynasty erected to the south of karnak in honor of the god con su but if the style is not irreproachable the plan is nevertheless so clear that one is tempted to accept it. As the type of an egyptian temple in preference to others more elegant or majeste take on analysis it resolves itself into two parts separated by a thick wall in the center of the lesser division is the holy of holies open at both ends and isolated from the rest of the building by surrounding passage ten feet in width to the right and left of this sanctuary are small dark chambers and behind it is a hall of four columns from which open seven other chambers. Such was the house of the god having no communication with the adjoining parts except by two doors in the southern wall. These opened into a wide and shallow hyper style hall divided into nave and aisles. The nave is supported by four lotus flower columns twenty three feet in height the aisles. Each contain two lotus. Bud columns eighteen feet high. The roof of the nave is therefore five feet higher than that of the sides. This elevation was made usov for lighting purposes the clerestory being fitted with stone gratings which admitted the day. I'd the court was square and surrounded by a double colonnade entered by way of foresight gates and a great central gateway flanked by two quadrangular towers with sloping fronts. This pylon measures one hundred five feet in length. Thirty three feet in width and sixty feet. In height it contains no chambers but only a narrow staircase which leads to the top of the gate and thence up to the towers four along grooves in the facade reaching to a third of its height correspond to four quadrangular openings cut through the whole thickness of the masonry here were fixed. Four great wooden masts formed joined beams and held in place by a wooden framework fixed in the four openings. Above mentioned from these masts floated long streamers various colours. Such was the temple of concert to and such in their main features where the majority of the greater temples of deepen and ptolemaic times as luxor. The ramesseum medina taboo edfu and defender though for the most part half in ruins. They affect one. With a strange and disquieting sense up oppression as mystery was a favourite attribute of the egyptian gods even so the plan of their temples is in such wise devised esten lead gradually from the full sunshine of the outer world to the obscurity of their retreats at the entrance we find large open spaces where air light stream freely in. The hyper style. Hall is pervaded by a sober twilight. The sanctuary is more than half lost in.
"deir al" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Fondly interior Sorry know what happened to look at least it's finally now Casey working. Area. there. Well it's great to hear you and we got a nice connection to sometimes You know when we've talked to you it's been. We're you know it's been difficult. So great to hear your voice and to connect. Another big weekend and obviously the carnival leading up to Melbourne Cup, we got the Caufield Cup but there's also you know the very nice card at Randwick talk a little bit about the the weekend ahead. Big weekend down here in. Australia or. just something that really signifies the style of aspirin here. we have a lot of crisis in August September Part of Oklahoma but the tree weeks from corporate cop and the ever through until the end of the moment kind of a really the pinnacle three weeks of the. That'll be very exciting three weeks and I thank the. into the Melvin. and. The over the randwick going on a pen right COB day. Looks Great tonight, pound. Very exciting to be. Pointed to save insperity for. A number of months left we might not get. These like the pool and we may not be out have horses traveling between site compared and might have got an international coming through the. Top and just to to the coveted chelation but. They'll come together and Wall Deir Al Reduced craftsman sitting in there and our crowd Melvin at least it's still quality action on the track. Talk about let's talk about the Coffee Cup I and let's give everybody the timing on both of these first of all YEP Sorry. Actually are better to one hundred percent sure because they had changed its early in one second. so are the corporal cop. Is Rights non at corporate coming up and popping thing Mobin Tom which would raise just doing my sums here So it would be that. This is this is actually proved quite. I'M GONNA say. What's on there at the moment say you want to call me? It's ten fifty it's ten, Fifty Year Eastern. Okay. Yeah, you're looking at it being too. I. Am tomorrow morning to fifteen. I am than the Kukoc. So very very early stop or finish reading on his show on the East Coast Ed but. Look the COP on. Is. Just I. It's one of the great right. So the straddling Surf Wall we'll give you the inverse Tom as well the ever since golfing our. Teen one fifty s morning than okay. All right. So For those that are staying up tonight, the West Coast. Obviously, it's much easier for you. You can see that ten fifteen tonight and then at eleven fifteen. The Coffee Cup. So you guys having a little bit easier. Those of us on the East Coast one fifteen. In the morning for the Everest and to fifteen for the Caulfield Cup Let's Talk Coffee Cup I because there's certainly some names in here led by Anthony Van dyck that people are GonNa know right off right off the bat. That's it. I mean Anti Van der obviously a horse who ran an abridged Capterra last year hundreds of mortar run the Davi inning last year. At this time a Epson Dhabi had come through. which he was. It. So however, maybe not that.
"deir al" Discussed on Defenders Of The Night
"We learned that David created the pack, but I don't think Dream Boat and the gargoyles new still ex Bush talking to I think Owen so I think this is the first time they're learning this information, but we as the viewer knew this already, but it only brings up more questions. Because what does she mean by that? She means that they were six individuals, and then he hired them individually were they a pack of mercenaries that he made into famous TV stars. What does? Does this mean because they already had the weird animal theme Fox has the I thing. Yes, did he make her do that Oh God? It's a tattoo. None of birth market. He hold her down and tattooed her face. Well the thing that boggles my Bryan even more than all of that is. He planned all of this, so he planned for the diamond to be stolen from him, and then planned his own assassination, and we don't really know why we do is. He wants Deir Al Right? It was all it was all up what I mean. Why does he want? Derek is deluxe trying to do some weird seduction. Thing is deluxe, trying to make Derek his new Owen, are they? Trying to make Derek completely reliant on deluxe for you. Know love as many. I think it's a big ploy to piss off dream Bose's bucket with drinks I think he's fine with dream. Bow Like I think he's literally doing this because he likes making angry and he knows that Dream Boat can't actually get him on anything you know what he could do. He could go to the top of the Police Tower at eleven am with a sledgehammer. Sledgehammer he doesn't know there. I'm sorry he knows so fucking much now. He has to put together this ridiculous convoluted plan. He doesn't know what the fucking gargoyles are. I do not believe that because Fox's like You don't even understand how many steps ahead he is from you'll. She works in the same building that she put the fucking gargoyles and he doesn't know that. I refuse to believe that he didn't accidentally find. That was a big open space above her place of work. Maybe I should check their. Oh, there are weird. Statues were there weren't. So that conversation ends yeah, and Dream Boat Leaves yes. She pulls out her little cassette recorder. Phone and plays a little blip, so we can hear that she'd been recording. Fox The whole time God! That'd be so embarrassing if she forgot to record when she went. Just, fart sounds from when she was in the car or just thinking you would like. She also uses the dictate her diary and like. Goliath took. Date last night and it was wonderful. And she's like Oh. She's working on Sin Erotic. Literature. As. She doesn't realize that she didn't actually record. There's enhance ought to her brother. Office I. Mean you're writing could use some more. Do you think that Fox. Is that was going to happen. Do you think that she told all of that? To Dream, boat knowing that Dream Boat would record that or deluxe new told Fox that. Going to record if anything, it would definitely be deluxe being like all right Fox. Go ahead and tell her everything, and it would make sense that he would do that because he assumes she would think she's being sneaky. Yeah was I. don't I don't actually know how this scene ended? Because when I heard that deluxe is probably at Xanadu, his upstate retreat I started. Cracking up, it was so stupid. I literally was like fuck you over whatever was happening in the rest of the scene. I was like a foghorn of fuck you. Upstate retreat called ZANU. Did. This was that it was pretty much. I literally stopped paying attention when xanadu happened. Because my next note is about Lexington uh-huh, yeah I want to go to there. We are back in the sky, and Lexington is flying. A helicopter suddenly knows how to fly it because he didn't the day before he played video games. Yeah, in between fixing the helicopter fucking. Fix this thing. He rebuilt it. He rebuilt a added onto it. He added. Added Armor. Broadway has the fucking audacity to call a junk pile. Yes, you wonder why. Everyone hates you or do you pretty much? have it figured out dude? Everyone always shits on you and Causey. Big, fat, boy, little pig, man, you fucking wonder why Lexington literally did the impossible of course could Lexington I mean he does machines. He's the show's. Donatello so from here. We moved Xanada, fire all. Because you know any rich person who lives in New York has to have their summer house in the Hamptons, or they're. They're upstate. Retreat called Xanadu so at this point deluxe and Are Strolling through their woods. One eight say romantically. Date Walk through the park type situation and the twins move at. Some cool matching twins stealth gear. What were they doing the whole time? Do you think there's no passage of time? Maybe this is mere hours after we saw them. Get that phone call. We don't fucking now. They're just waiting. A little picnic as this date is going very well, deluxe compliments Derek on his impressive flying last night, and the smoothly slips arm over Derek shoulder and I. Don't know if you noticed during this episode, but I could feel a cold breeze picks up and the to snuggle up for warmth, because they're outside and Derek field deluxe muscular chest through his jacket and I think I slipped in the writings slash vic. I'm GonNa need you to continue that I just. It was the most warmth. Derek had felt an A. longtime emotionally physically, Derek. We can find you love elsewhere. We promise in his pants, grew two sizes too small and the criterion. I don't know how to do this. Oh. It's so good. Thank you anyway. The twins attack and they start shooting. And, then a really really bright light appears, and they're blinded. is you are forgetting the fact that the twins shot a street lamp that was in the middle of the woods in upstate new. York Xanadu is retreat of or whatever it's deluxe can't be bothered to carry a flashlight when he wants to take romantic strolls his forest, so he has street lights installed in the woods in upstate. New York yes, Okie Doke, so you were saying something about the light because. The helicopter shows. That's what the light is yeah okay. Okay all right. I'm back on board, so.
"deir al" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Hot I listed on my podcast page and I recommend for you to subscribe because you will learn bill and Tom reflecting on the history of the long history of their explicating the activities of the cutthroats and they're kindred of Cain we go now to an episode you will recall Pensacola and a Saudi national an Air Force training he suddenly unleashed a murderous plot against his colleagues American citizens were killed but Tom points as to warnings that were either ignored or not watched by the shooter including a nine eleven memorial visit Tom what do we know about the shooter before his actions be turned violent well we know that the FBI very quickly after the pets go shooting on December sixth of last year I did my mom Shirani add that a minimum wage jobs ideologues the guy left a trail on social media so many of these guys do these days you know basically parenting automatons talking points and echoing all allottees lectures at the ATP clerk who who inspired and directed so many terrorist plots before his own death excuse me two thousand eleven but they didn't know if your money was actually you know basically being guided or directed or was acting as a sleeper agent for all Qaeda and as finally they got into his two iPhone zero cracked the cyber security and IT to iPhones one was an iPhone seven plus I believe there was an iPhone five and once they got into a woman in and your money taken efforts to try and prevent that from happening even shot the iPhone seven based cruise gonna make sure to try and destroy it he traded something else that'll five as well so the FBI it took a month to get into the contents of these phones when they did they found out that he was in regular contact with AQAP operatives overseas including a guy was basically a handler for the operator AP none of the Dormaa Maliki well this changes the ballgame very dramatically so this this whole plot went from being something where we serve and inspire terrorist plot in Pensacola or suspected of being such to being one it was directed by a creepy now why is that significant well there's been a lot of trifles claims over the years about how the U. S. is eliminated serve all kinds external operations capacity that to build their ability to execute tax inside the U. S. and certainly okay I'd been hampered that regard and certainly another nine eleven style that has been prevented but what this what this shows is that there's still a lingering threat the still on going threat and it's something that US officials have to be wary of of the basically even though this is a small packet was a targeted attack on U. S. military installation I'll try to manage to in plant one of its sleeper agents on U. S. military base as late as twenty nineteen D. visage of the nine eleven memorial and their use of the word count down that was in social media that was that was readily available did they or did they have to crack the phone for that Tom you know it was on social media basically I'm one of the social me county had several not not clear exactly which one it was he apparently was visiting the nine eleven memorial and on the nylon anniversary last year reply role on social media the countdown has begun now course at the pretty ominous sort of thing to right now I don't think you can even in high even if you were to look at read at the time I don't think you would give it a benevolent or benign sort of tone to it you would think this is something that that has sort of ominous indications and certainly in hindsight it did but when the scooped up all the social media after the terrorist attack they saw they saw that in fact he between or or or writing stuff like this on social media repeatedly and so this is a case where you had somebody who was in the U. S. who is not an American citizen whose social media could have been mired in wanting of course there are a lot of wasted a lot of holes out there and you can't expect the government to be perfect in stopping these guys but this is the guy who certainly made it that easy as possible identify what he was doing then we was really built quickly you have a report about a man who is A. K. A. HA G. okay Sir this is else Lamacq state I have we confirmed his death bell no he has not been confirmed that Iraqi counter terrorism service that said that the combined intelligence US coalition in this the SDF that's basically the PKK even they conduct which conducted a raid and that he was killed but we haven't had any confirmation this is a guy who was a deeply involved in al Qaeda's chemical and a chemical weapons program in manufacturing insiders here he also had headed up there's honesty in Baku's and also dealt with external operations so did the report we're basically shows that there's two other midlevel Islamic state leaders killed in one night reported killed on may eighteen seventy five U. S. military and so you wanna skate still remains a threat we can best concerts continues to target Islamic state and the final seconds bill do we know where they were killed they give us that information when they say that they're gone they said that they were killed in the eastern Syrian province of Deir al Zour that's in a traditional Islamic state strongholds along the Euphrates river valley and Islamic state saw the presence there bill Roggio Tom Johnson they and their colleagues keep the long war journal they are senior fellows at the foundation for the defense of democracies al Qaeda in Afghanistan I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show.
"deir al" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"This is our last show last time still there a limited number of people's souls small dosage of you people we're gonna give you the answers to all these questions and so much more in our xcelerated retirement game plan the pagan pas both out in Indy stared at me without my mom had a heart attack no I was reading some else got it this is practical information guys that's designed specifically for you second because you nickel in fact there's no cost no obligation whatsoever excel are xcelerated retirement plan is ideally suited for people who are recently retired looking to retire in the next five to ten years here's the catch you gotta calls within the next five minutes so last time we're doing this so if you've been listening if you need some help in regards to retirement you wanna first opinion second opinion third opinion absolutely call us we are slam today but our promise to you is that will give him will will make sure that we will bring you through the accelerated retirement master plan process I could sit down with a certified financial planner that's our promise but you have to call us now if the phone lines are busy call back don't give up this is your retirement eight eight eight nine nine four six two five seven eight eight eight nine nine four six two five seven that's eight eight eight nine nine four six two five seven all right back to the member we're just cruising along here we're on page three out of fifty we we made some progress alright we got Paul from San Diego Paul writes in Deir al and Joe love your show I am here tonight ray from my mother in March twenty fifteen and I take a R. and B. yearly this IRA is not in trust five sixty six years of age not married under this kera can I continue to stretch past ten years or must I liquidate in ten years up all since you've already taken the art of bees no you will you're grandfathered under the old rules yeah that's a good thing so basically the rules changed on January first of two thousand twenty so step since your two thousand fifteen you are under the old rules so you can still do the stretch Michael from Ohio great one the second year me wow I.
"deir al" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Is our last show last time still there a limited number of people sold small dosage of you people we're gonna give you the answers to all these questions and so much more in our xcelerated retirement you plan the pregnant pause both out in Indy stared at me without my mom had a heart attack no I was reading some else got it this is practical information guys that's designed specifically for you second casting nickel in fact there's no cost no obligation whatsoever excel are exhilarated retirement plan is ideally suited for people who are recently retired looking to retire in the next five to ten years here's the catch you gotta calls within the next five minutes the last thing we're doing this so if you've been listening if you need some help in regards to retirement you wanna first opinion second opinion third opinion absolutely call us we are slam today but our promise to you is that will give him will will make sure that we will bring you through the accelerated retirement master plan process I could sit down with a certified financial planner that's a promise but you have to call us now if the phone lines are busy call back don't give up this is your retirement eight eight eight nine nine four six two five seven eight eight eight nine nine four six two five seven that's eight eight eight nine nine four six two five seven all right back to the number eight we're just cruising along here we're on page three out of fifty we we made some progress alright we got Paul from San Diego Paul writes in Deir al and Joe love your show I am here tonight ray from my mother in March twenty fifteen and I take a R. and B. yearly this IRA is not in trust I've sixty six years of age not married under the spirit can I continue to stretch past ten years or more said liquidate in ten years up all since you've already taken the art of bees no you will you're grandfathered under the old rules yeah that's a good thing so basically the rules changed on January first of two thousand twenty so yep since your two thousand fifteen you are under the old rules so you can still do the stretch Michael from Ohio great one the tech in the army wow I don't know I'm.
"deir al" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On
"Searched like a slip came in here but you know he'll be crazy all right we know him to be in light all your everybody I just say what everybody in the studio which I have like I know all the offer more than tail fly Niagara is it because it depends on the person on the other side of the Louis because again like a cheap the old thing he was a nervous laugh people do those labs bro if I'm if I'm out somewhere no you don't I feel you I don't even me this is only my opinion is he was his leg ooh let me nine everything's supposed to be is be is almost like he was not really enjoying it but he wasn't trying to stop it but as charlene that's not a good home to me that's just how he is backfill you but that's not something that could be really tight with at all but have you thought about the fact that it may just be work type of thing that goes beyond work when you're when you're talking about what's slapping the shit out of someone that I'm that tight with I'm not gonNA giggle but we don't really know their relationship either because I feel like he's let people talk crazy about her on the show all the time just kind of like oh well what do y'all and that's and that's and that's the issue that I have with this whole shit is like I feel like they don't really come to Angeles there's very often at all I mean that's a whole different discussion over talker and all that shit but this particular situation where she's very clearly bothered you know this guy is he's saying certain things about her that she says didn't happen and they don't have her back they should have her bet should absolutely have been one of our producers in the room Nick Nick from notice podcast he he just sent me this link and n. b. has responded the GRANDPA okay. NBC It was more about him than than the said. This isn't the first time I've been threatened by Addison probably won't be the last time he say Charlotte may gave them a heads up about the interview he told to run with it but he said I've never been slapped or snuff or jump before sure where they came from but funded by all means he actually at mentioned Gucci He said he was never banned from the breakfast club. When asked what I do an interview without ye my reply was I would not do anything unless you clear with my co worker we call that writing for your team where I'm from and he's upset because of my coworker defending herself never in a million years while I tell my Kohl's what to say what not to say we share that platform when Gucci did that post about Ye she vin herself on the breakfast club and he's mad because I let her do it I've never ran from a conversation on my life my kids are good and all that other Blah Blah Blah Mona island or some shit the he'd be following up with the wife of course of course so so I I forgot that I didn't know that they realized that he said that he ran it by them that Charlemagne random random by them so you don't think that's the end up didn't run it by Charlemagne just let him know the all gave me a heads up yeah he's just like Yo Gucci said this in the interview so what's coming out see again and I look at these things and I know this is not a very good business decision but if that was me and it was somebody that I don't think I can take even if it's something that I think I can take I'm not going to haul off and punch in the mouth I'm just not but I'm GonNa make it very clear that we're not on the same page with this I'm not going to let you talk crazy reckless and I'm sure as shit not gonNA giggle any point and I might even be like yeah I think this interview should should and that's what I was GonNa say I know he is you pass the ish but that's what I was gonNA say like I feel like that's one of those instances like Kodak that the interviews you know maybe it was late for hours going to be fifteen minutes yeah you're gonNA have to bounce because we not first of all you're not going to interview Coda he walked up to our hypotheticals yeah yeah but technically ended it because Mike Okay yeah yeah he did but either way I just think that that would be like just one of those short interviews because if you come in here with that type of energy that type of Shit I address you you still WanNa do obviously again nobody in his room wants to fight but if we have to I think we we would for the most part they want to mess up the other one you you win by somebody serving Yakking never say that my thyroid not to myself but you know whatever you don't find nobody Short man fuck fuck whoever talking shipment Ebro in that situation right and let's say this was Laura Styles Do you think Ebro was sit there and what happened or he would be like Gucci Gucci Mane. I would put a burger very interesting where he would be like I know that's my family's go hand in this and let's be with Gucci Man I think he has a little bit more backbone and Charlemagne does instance I believe me Blake member who was Gonna who was it that was going to slap Rosenberg there was someone that was going to slap Rosenberg and Ebro flat out oh Dr who Dr was granted yes stars not from the Ebro put a stop to it immediately it was like you not finished slap Rosenberg not not when I'm here and I think even with Gucci Mane Nothing Ebrahim you like Lois fight I think uber would be like Yo I don't I don't appreciate it on this quiet little more backbone but I still don't think I think he's still trail lightly with Gucci Man I think he would end the interview he might end that's that's okay I just don't think he would check good 'cause I mean some people manage is ignorant like that you gotTa know your audience you gotTa know late you can't just be checking because people the saying I'm not going to entertain the football I would just be like all right I think we should probably end the interview early then thanks for coming through because some of these artists live by by different the rules right like because they're not that far removed from that life like and I know we're not talking about any of these particular artists but I know some artists from the West like Mazi owed motherfuckers still connected he he like his mentality is still street so if you say something s he deemed sideways he may not even be sideways he beams I waste this whole shit going to be some of them don't even want to do these interview they just doing press run right you know what I'm saying and you guys like that yeah you can't say whatever you want to be and you just don't again I have I just had a problem with Charlemagne's entertaining of it are like he didn't I say until Gucci Oh stop you can't tell Gucci Stop it was just the whole giggly snugly ship I was like no I'm sitting I think that's just him the whole but that's not cool because because the other like Angela and dj every need to Jerusalem in about that at because Angela on followed him. I don't know if that's true or Angie on followed Charlotte come off messy yeah because again just going back to the hypothetical scenario if one of us did that like Brag gotta look at you different exactly if I saw interviewer y'all were interviewing whoever you're mostly to say nothing y'all just sitting there Giggling Shit about me I'm not gonNA be mad at all but I'm definitely gonNA look at all different from Deir al I can't really trust you because you ain't got my back he's supposed to have br I bare minimum be layman like that's my homey shit at bare minimum just keep a dead face might do his thing let them talk and they all right so what about the music but why are you furthering the conversational like Charlemagne yeah like if I was envy and if I was especially Angelie I would definitely have to have a conversation with him that's all so be oh I mean my sheet is Super Short super-quick I've talked to about this before but now supposing to been nothing but y'all here by Netflix is like really really cracking down on us they say they can again again not eight not now they're threatening that they're suspend your account immediately for what if you share it Sharon pass sharing your account because losing money and they got software that one time and some multiple places at one time you can do that right because you can be signed into your mobile device that you could be on a three device stuff like that but but I think I think it's interesting if like the same account don't streaming at the same time different Shit so my phone I'm looking at something on my ps forum. Yeah so so that's nice run with that because somebody having a game the news at the same time somebody can have on a game to be watching a game and we watch the news headlines at the same time on Netflix I'm just saying just the rule like oh I guess we wouldn't have keeping it with net flicks right because I'm thinking about TV and that's what I'm saying I had to take about Netflix Netflix right like you can have different profiles right like all right profile my wife has a profile so if she's watching something on her phone right under her profound I'm watching under my profile that's perfectly fine Bolivia say I gave my sorts of my homie right and I'm watching something under my profile at the same time he's watching something under my profile Nigga how you into okay wait a minute that out of state what if what do you mean out of state I can get my homeboy my password I could get my pastor to Mike Right across right across oh but I guess what I'm saying is that it is easy to identify they're giving you a password to somebody else in another state that's how your your account sharing or pass uh-huh Whoa you know we live in like twenty twenty right like this is not nineteen eighty nine hundred nineteen maybe closer to twenty twenty and twenty nine check somebody I'm just saying I'm just saying look like it doesn't matter under the state it matters who and win streaming white right well okay yes but geographical location is irrelevant with the Internet I understand but if you're Netflix how do you identify of the four streams you have if you have that now who you've Serta password with or not but listen to what I just said right let's say I share my netflix account with everybody at this table right right at seven o'clock pm I'm watching fastest car you're watching that a ti show about the artists you're watching whatever and everybody else is watching something all at the same time that you can have streams at one time right it's the most expensive it'll let you know that you can't do it I know that but what the crackdown on password sharing right so if I'm in the state would have we share a password in Georgia and net let's say you've shared your password with too many people how are they able to determine whether or not we all live in the same house order not in Georgia right that's what I'm saying Georgia is a lot harder to Dan given now because you can argue against that if you give it to somebody like somebody in Texas and you stay in Georgia and they looking at the it seemed like they can't really do anything or even that you can even so be did they say how they're going to crack down they just say they are let me ask you this real quick and an hour ago this real quick and this is this is what are people that that are sold with Netflix and his fourth streaming thing does it have to be in the same house so it didn't and if they try to enforce that I I don't know how they would be able to unless you have to register through your devices so I think maybe how they do it you know of course all the IPAD and the iphone and stuff like that it'd be easier to identify that within the house oh right but if I'm at work and I log in we'll I guess what seemed like this desk that's what seems like how you can crack down right because like that's how cable does now like you can't do it by the Internet if you're outside of your house exact try to watch certain programs isn't they own the Wifi were Internet account that's associate is act so that's that's what I'm saying.
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"Rodney's Twitter handle at Rodney underscore Harrison picked out the good ones, Rodney will answer, but Rodney the raiders do it again. In an off season that includes trading for Antonio Brown signing on as Bertha CT. They have now decided to bring in Richie incognito off. The retirement line has not played since the end of the two thousand seventeen season. He's had mental health issues a lot of other issues surrounding him, yet, the raiders have brought him in are you even surprised at this point, when the raiders will bring in a guy with that type of baggage. Look, I don't know the raiders. I don't know. Mike Mayock that well and I don't know John grooten that well, so I'm sitting back kind of going through this whole process, which you and just from my experience of winning championships plan on a one and fifteen plan on the sixteen Nolan team and everything in between is, it's about people in that locker room. It's about getting the right guys in that locker room guys that are unselfish guys that hold each other accountable, guys that don't care about who gets attention. And when you have a distraction, or you have many distractions like von. Tasr Burfoot, Antonio Brown Richie incognito. When things start to go bad. That's where you question your leadership? It's okay to get all these great athletes. But what about when things go bad, because everybody else has great athletes as well, when things get tough who are you going to look up to you? Bring in all these guys in and who's your leader? You need more of a leader as opposed to just a head coach being a head coach. You need guys in that locker room leading, and it just can't be your quarterback. So when I look on his roster, they're young at a lot of different positions. They brought in a lot of new guys. But I just don't see a lot of leadership, especially with the history and what you guys have in their past. I don't understand this. I it's I just wonder it doesn't matter who runs the team when it's the same logo they make dumb decisions. You know you think with with Mayock there with Gruden Deir Al Davis, isn't there anymore? It's the son Mark Davis, but they seem to still make dumb decisions as if out. Davis is still there. Right. Not caring about character things like that. I don't understand what the point of this move is. Yes. Richie incognito is a Pro Bowl caliber player, but in the last year Richie incognito had to be put up in a mental health place, because he went ballistic at a gym and started throwing barbells people. Okay. He got arrested because at the funeral home where his father was being buried. He got into a an altercation. I mean, this is a guy that's forget bully gate. Right. I mean, the history of Richie incognito off the field as incredibly long and troubling. I don't understand why the raiders think here's the problem for me. Does his talents at the age of thirty five years old, Trump, the fact that you're bringing in a guy with that much baggage to a team that you're trying to turn around? I don't understand it. It doesn't make any sense to me. The one thing that you see, when you see Richie incognito plays you see a level of toughness, a guy that doesn't take any crap. And maybe that's why. They signed him to bring him in to really lay down the foundation and Jon Gruden said, well, you know what if he gets too bad? Maybe we can always get rid of them, but I think if he's on basically a probation with the raiders, I think he'll act okay? And maybe John is just saying, hey, you know, because I know I was reading a quote, I think is for Mike Mayock. You can't have all boy scouts or something like that. So they want a guy to come in here and show him that down and dirty. I remember Jon Jon Gruden as an old school guy, so he doesn't mind having a guy come in there and be that tough guy and the key really to the Oakland Raiders would be that offense align because we know car last year. What did he do complete a lot high percentage of his shop of his passes? Why? Because the ball was coming out. Quick a lot of short intermediate passes. So it affects their his stats and make it seem like he's a really good quarterback. When I think like I said before he's the most overrated quarterback in the National Football League. So I just think that this is a bad sign it. I think it sets a bad precedent, and there's no way. Way, I would I would sign a bunch of those guys and bring them in my locker room, especially when I'm trying to rebuild, and it just shows you something that there's a formula for winning. And you talked about that formula having been on sixteen zero team, a one in fifteen team and everything in between and it doesn't mean everybody has to be a Pro Bowl player and everybody has to have the most impressive resume, but everybody has to buy into what you are selling and I have a tough time, sitting there thinking, Antonio Brown. Richie incognito and Vaughn, has birthed are going to be sitting there going, you know, what I'm gonna shelve my ego that I've had, and it's, you know, been shown around the NFL for e plus years, a decade because John Gruener trying to build a winner here, they're not going to just show up day, one and be different people Ron, you don't teach an old dog new tricks, right? And no one cares. Let me just say there's no one cares about Jon Gruden. And what he did in the past. There's big questions. Okay. John, you've been out of the game decade, what can you say? Now, you need to prove yourself. And that's what the players are looking at, like, John. Need to prove yourself? And I don't think at times last year that he did a great job, and it's easy to hide behind, oh, we have lack of talent. We don't have any cohesiveness on offense in line. And you know this that, and the other. But at the end of the day, now you had a full off season. You had a draft you had the ability to go out and get different free agents. So let's see now. Now, the pressure's on Mike Mayock now depressions on Jon Gruden to go out there and coach, these guys up and see if they can be competitive because think about it. This division is a very tough division. Kansas City is going to always be good with Patrick Mahomes to charges are still very talented team. That's that's right there on the cusp of getting possibly to a Super Bowl. So I mean this is a tough team in Denver Broncos reload. And so we'll see what happens safety blitz Rodney Harrison. Dan, Schwartzman NBC sports radio. There's one caveat. I like when it comes to the raiders doing this and I'm a big fan of hard knocks. Right. I've watched every season. I'm a huge fan. I'm not happy. I, I know you're not. No, I'm a fan of. I just don't have. I just don't watch it like. That. Oh, okay. Okay. Now, how do you not pick the raiders right? This. You have to watch trainwreck. This has to be the team that's chosen for hard knocks, right? Or cleveland. Cleveland might be a little bit more interesting Uber. Cleveland was what last year wasn't. I'm just I'm just saying you definitely have a new cast of characters. I mean, think about the personalities odeal Beckham. Jarvis Landry Kareem hunt like dude, you got some freaking excellent football players. It's pretty exciting, isn't it? It is. No. I mean Baker Mayfield is, is, you know, one year under his belt his confidence. Right. I mean he might be the biggest talker on hard knocks. But I'll tell you what have raider team. I just here's what here's what bothers me they're moving. Right. What are they have to? And look, I know the raider fans have been loyal, and they've been great there. No cleaned. But you don't have to try to put some bandaged product on the field this year to try to win eight games. Right. Who's that going to impress if you're rebuilding rebuild la- give the young guys an opportunity, right? Let the young guy play instead of a Richie incognito at thirty five is on the really the tail end of his career. Let the young linebacker planes, avant has birthed who's got one foot out the door. Anyway. I don't understand it. Secondly, you also get rid of, to lunch pail type of guys who put their head down did their jobs in Amari Cooper and Khalil Mack. Right. Those guys were not there. Yup. And getting in trouble. And these types of guys you come in you bring into replace those types of players. I don't like it at all. Not good. Not good at all. What's not good? Also is this you brought up the Browns old Beckham junior? We talked a little bit earlier about lay on Bill Val couple of shows ago not being there. OTA's voluntary workouts. Their new teams is it bad that these guys on new teams with young players around him aren't showing up for these or is that being overblown? Well, no one knows better than Rodney.
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"Quarterback in. Yeah. I guess. Maybe he is. There about the kit. But anyway, Josiane liquidity the controversial author of the peace will be in studio black today out to really honestly to defend what he wrote because when you write a story that has no actual names in it. All sources you are going to have to fight to the death of to convince people that it's completely real. Yeah. Is there a lot of people that came out after the story appeared yesterday inside now now that can't be true? He's not that wet so Josie. Be on. It's seven seven thirty to represent the eagles in this story. I may have not been represented yet. Anyone Dave Spurr Donald come on to tell us the spin of the eagles organization itself. Okay. And then whatever stones are not unturned by us down. Another even more prominent spokesman for the eagles organization is at Howard Eskin. We'll be on at eight o'clock. You know will lower the boom. Start at nine o'clock because we did have a big Sixers game last night. Yeah. You win. We're gonna bring on Derek Bodmer because their partner. Al can you know, he could explain to us the psychology of a superstar? He could apply it to Joel Embiid. You have to be have a big ego. Don't you? Self maybe at times you have to be selfish. And I'm wondering his spin on that. It'll give us a frame of reference and a very big story. That's all over the place. In addition to Andy Reid had some highly amusing responses out to his horrible loss to the patriots and overtime. He's talking rafts today. He's talking about yesterday. Yeah. You're here. The cuts a more ridiculous point of view could not be represented than Andy Reid did. After the fact it was even more delightful than the loss itself. We will get to all that today. Jio conklin and all the years. He's worked on the show out. Has never actually done. What he does for a living. Stand up comedy at six fifty today. He will tell the best jokes. He told at the sports writers banquet last night. You will get joke conklin doing stand up in the studio. And then later Al joke conklin, we'll give you is interpretation of Andy Reid heading to the White House where all the fast food is. Why does he get he lost? I guess it's a speculative venture. Deir Al you could explain what it's about. That's all coming out. Let's start with Carson Wentz. Carson. I just tweeted out out my own take on costs and talked to him a dozen or so time since he came to the city, and I have very really counted. Somebody who's thoughtful or determine an athlete as he is. I have been nothing but impressed from from the day started till now right there have been a couple of little stumbles along the way, and there have been a few questions raised, but the story that appeared. Yes, they had a website both you and I work at and I wanna make that clear. Not that. I'm pulling any punches today because I won't. But this story that appeared yesterday in no way resembled the costs in Wentz that I know at all. All right. And when I was reading it and in the headlines as being branded as uncompromising and selfish. I I haven't seen that I have seen him to be open minded and team oriented, which are the opposite of those uncompromising now, I see him as open minded. I take every time. You ask them a question about himself. He talks about the team. I don't see any of this that was Representative. And and the thing about it is I guess Joe. Santa Cueto a first rate journalists Dow I have nothing gets Joe is written about me. He's written at a place where I work. Joe's solid, right. I don't think I could ever write a story with no-one quoted. Single quote being sauce and inciting six different players who were saying negative things about the franchise quarterback. I mean, you did the job too. Yeah. I did the job as well. You did you sources from time to time. Didn't you? Oh, yeah. Very very few. But they were always if I used one unnamed source I made sure that I had a lot of sources collaborating what the one that or dismissing it t-, it's really hard to know if the guys talking on my fringe players who have greiger this. It could be anybody could be Fletcher concert or could be the fifty third player on the team. How how are we supposed to know which it is in doesn't give different different context different gravity to the comments being sacked? Yeah. That was the first thing. I very first reaction. I read it twice. I wanna make sure I didn't mean anything I take. I know the most significant thing that's in it. And the thing that would resonate the most with the fence it is the obvious claim that foles ran the offense this year better than went. Yeah. There's no doubt in anybody. Nobody's going to argue that point right? No, all right. But here's the thing. This story suggests it's because of a stubbornness by went and had desire not to do the things.
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"Like you start you still on you will get out gloved you'll hear from the cochairmen volvo have acquired these different foxborough you've not get there on the night but i a border says how to get there all again when you see somebody out practice feel on daily basis in around um you know a lot more about on them especially player like dion who you didn't get to see on the field awad what you saw was good but it just wasn't very much a home when somebody's on inside like that than you can in a lot more about the player than what you do just seeing on her may snaps the gets on sunday afternoon which in dias case was very many they were good but they're just coach carson wins over here to your right carsten winds i'm season playing but he played a lot of games for them this year folz is the guy do you do emphasize the fullest tape taped you go back and watch all the tape to study the offense how does at breakdown work we'll go on the offenses the offense uh so his components out a think certainly philadelphia's case that didn't change the offense when the change quarterbacks which you wouldn't expect them to on but falls was holesinone says went so you wanna make sure that you already for the guy's gonna play on both certainly there are a lot of things they did offensively that are scheme related and the other players are have necessarily change so we're looking to other players besides the quarterback or rumour that means they're they're protesting enough your joints and satellite once you say something nice about went to say some nice moments of loopholes thing that's what trump radi while he's the nice will win some mud beyond lewis i was a nice that i was good question from don deir al balah on your radio was obviously had seen a lot of james harrison on a year and who is this in pittsburgh has like do not easy and before that going on here from what have you seen since he got here what does if you've been able simply total a whole a piece of the few russian officials would you talk of names harrison though great really cool machine gun version would me repse hard on their ada guide years.
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"On time there's going to be right or wrong there's there's going to be balls drop there's going to be inefficiencies that if i decide to make an improvement to my backyard i'm going to do some dramatic new landscaping and my permit takes longer than a week i'm going the email my council person and say hey this is an issue can you help and at that point it's in your court it's an olivier's court it's an brad after his way it doesn't happen this way in pickers fealty clovis in deir al mile you you know for a fact that it does there isn't a municipality god's green earth where there are where there aren't missteps and anyone who she knows area it does not happen that's the problem this has been going on for decades and you are defending the indefensible and your defending the bureaucracy by not insisting on this kind of accountability councilman i what i'm doing is i'm questioning why this plan got put forward halfbaked at a news conference without charters present without brandao present without the involvement of the mayor the city manager's office at wh why this scott lawrimore went with a whole bunch of smoke and no fire eniteland there still had many clear explains after we had been working on this for several months meeting with the private sector on that with them i think it's december third i'm not sure have been day exactly and he's chief of staff and the mayor said you know we can get behind us and what we left was we're going to agree on look you him his city manager and his staffing agree i'm at timelines we had time that we could all agree on we will come back a month later and agree on what can do we gonna institute but there's a difference between agreeing on what timelines you're going to institute and just rubberstamping a an idea that might maybe have potential but that you councilman have yet to tell me how giving money back to contractors for fees that we need to be charging in order to fund the departments responsible for overseeing this in any way influences and inefficient staff member or an inefficient department because it's they don't have any skin in the game the money's not coming out of their pocket explained to me how this ashley why aren't the isn't that your job to go in and knock on.
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"We had asked for the as yet and it it is big numbers yup yup zero you use the other thing you can talk about this and i know that it's a fact i i talked to lump these l'industrie like you do what you do more and that is there become so many special specialist trying to identify what their niches that it's actually we warning for somebody to go out and take leg generations and and start looking and comparing and customizing their own situation for their own needs so what went one of the other meagre wherever that people are are looking at and and and concern the ball and are looking for great information is as we get older we want to stay out of the hospital came in as we get older we need if they healthier we need to eat healthier we actually five more we'd off he talked to the average senior ththey almost all of annulled at whether they do that are not one of the story so we credible by tips resources off i'm always looking to find different things that we achieve me healthier key me a more active contain a place softball and gall into my eighty which were seen more days and that the key thing and no i i i i hang are bucking fraternity guy the hang on bucks their golf buddies and you his sixty then someone is 70s and they all want to stay healthy and play longer and that's why did business we can get stuck into white lynn uh from queens argue we had him in deir al we we were kind of a reboot lean brandy arri regenerate a story about regenerative medicine dense fog replacement platelet replacement and how this this five of the technology would medicine is going to grow and allow people to stay live longer i'll prosper longer stay healthy of play those bars the active uh seated grandkids grow up at is this it's a fascinating field is here as slowly going to grow in hawaii a long around the nation in the world what i heard in this is pretty it's amazing to me is the the benefits of the study in all of these procedures are instant in other words you're not you're not happy to say well this is being done now and it's going to affect my my uh my my children digging live longer because of this this of his immediate some some.
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"That worked out but sometimes it's not good to hire friends and family members uh what what what are you feel on that i am with you on its own time to weren't another founder prepared be coach it would be in for wind at a happy working car you know sometimes they think like he's begun near deir al you know i'm in the low you know what i mean i'm the granted they don't understand it like look at the end of the day or trying to run a business for all trying to make it so that we can't you know new gray and you know you know make money together for all thank the running a professional manner so you know some time to work the phones amadeo john west you on not okay uh next to the last question is going to be the last question comes from blake from baltimore maryland hey see see what should you oh lord hamad have to translate this because sometimes when they don't right i gotta do it in my my okay you the grammar and air okay so what should you do not do when you are trying to get your work notice by the right people okay so what are the do's and don'ts oh pretty much be clear don't like well aren't they clear i'm i'm i'm gonna make a mockery out or if it does to be like that uh dr don mcgann acquiring a heavy all i want fridrik matiur sure that they have a clear understanding of what you what and who you are as artist let people know that you want like you know this there's always somebody around the corner that once it more than you so let people know how much you really want and how much harder than switch and on just make sure that you're packaging your you know everything would professional also thing i could to beat be you know be available on your social media you now though over all the things that i would say national your social media together you don't have your packaging of you know just of self get them be clear about where you want to go let people that you want it but note that you wanted to charter school of the last one comes from a clyde from los angeles and he says who are the right people to network and market your music to these days i'll have no right cook when you think that.
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"Syria says the eastern city of deir al zohre is no longer under isis control npr's jana raff reports on the recapture of what had been one of the extremist groups last strongholds the city had been divided between government and isis control for almost three years in september help five russian airstrikes syria and its iranbacked partners launched a new offensive to completely retake it syria now says it's and complete control of the city many neighborhoods have been destroyed and syrian forces are dismantling explosives left in some areas the city is in an eastern province bordering iraq that provinces true teach you how important because of it's location and because it's the center of syrian oilproduction isis has now been driven out of most cities and towns it has held in syria and iraq sense 2014 jana raff npr news for argenti survivors of a terrorist attack in new york city this week say they will always carry the pain of seeing 5 of their friends killed the survivors of tuesday's tag gathered friday at the argentine consulate in new york a memo in the newly declassified government documents on the assassination of president john f kennedy says allegations of cia ties to assassin lee harvey oswald were totally unfounded the nineteen 75 cia memo says a thorough search of agency records turned up nothing the memo was among government files released on friday many of those files pertaining to oswald trip to mexico city just weeks before the.
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"Taste delighted need formed they're going to release them he's not hidden he can't throw out anybody he can blame it all he wants on jake arrieta but he's he's terrible a thrown out runners they decided to move on i i can't say when i heard the comments i can't say i was shocked by the eventual dfa no i didn't talk for cbs sports writers waiting carry snyder perry and that rj anderson and they all agreed with much character said that area eddie area is slowcoach at a play but they all the greek with the cubs getting rid of them in one one of our roeder one writer wrote that my monteiro simply can't throw no more right you is better it might not have happened but he's no good no more at right the sometimes you can be accurate in what you say but it's such bad forum that if you're going to take none of blame whatsoever and all by the way you're not holding up your ended a bargain you're gonna pay for it and that's what monteiro daddy rolled the burgled dice and he came up cracks for yet i think rizzo talking about it you reserve your said it bench should have been done behind closed doors that kind of stuff doesn't belong in the public uh public eye or public year and yet myths the rizzo is part of the future for the cubs mr monti tero is no moss absolutely mac man great listening to you talk tonight deir al get that always applies buddy to check it in a hadn't touching montero thank you they stole seven bases the natsteel seven bases up the cubs last night montera behind the plate didn't throw any of them out after.