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"george murison" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"george murison" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Be the first bid you farewell great line great cameos. You also made another one my giant with George Murison. You know that that people forget about that but look but but lever starting crew is right. There are so many average if not terrible basketball movies out there from Mike and the six men to even as a Knicks Fan Eddie has Franklin jello riding horse. It's ridiculous. I loved Sunset Park when I was a kid but I would run that Roman. I watched semi pro two nights ago. It's not funny except for the poker scene when Tim. Meadows get shot Just right I have a cameo in sitting courtside at the All Star game. That movies terrible. I mean there are a lot of bad basketball movie. Celtic Pride WanNa appetizers I and is the bad watch. But it's a silly premise. And a funny movie but Yeah Utah Jazz in Boston Celtics in the NBA. Finals not really believable. Yeah I mean th th there haven't been many feature great documentary feature films but so many documentaries yeah dreams and through the fire to the other Dream Team about the list of Wanian team that won the bronze and ninety two like. There's a lot of Docs. You can go down the rabbit hole this weekend on hoops. Now all right. Here's my rom com list now. I don't think anyone disagrees with my number one. I feel like this is the king right like it's the Lebron James of Rom coms when Harry met. Sally is number one right. Is there an argument there? No there's definitely there's there it's definitely consensus number one and it subscribes to a theory that. I truly believe in and I like to see that I'd say nine out of ten in the films on your list. Subscribe to the theory is that it's a romantic comedy both partners to be included. Austin time more often the man can be an accessory. Kinda cast off and not a fleshed out character. I Harry is a real person. So Sally it's about to real people. And that's something that a Lotta Rom coms forget. When you're when you're dealing with the sort of the reese witherspoon and the Julia Roberts Genre. The man is kind of an afterthought accessory so right yuan joy so number two. We've already discussed forget Paris. It's my number two ROM. Com number. Three is is is a favorite of mine. I don't know how many people actually love this movie high fidelity first of all. It's billy crystal and Cusak right like they're near the top of the Mount Rushmore of Rom Com actors right so high fidelity first of all the characters are amazing Jack Black and the eccentric nature of some of the characters and just the the ironic nature of some of those characters. The whole top five list. I think the whole movie is just brilliant. Young he's a great film. You just mentioned that's also good Rom coms top five top five with Chris. Rock Dawson set in the world of music and people sharing their lists and stop so yeah fidelity you get a passing me on our. That's okay so I got grief because you've got you've got mail but I didn't have sleepless in Seattle. Sleepless in Seattle is okay. I feel like you've got mail. It just brings us into the modern world right. Email bookstore mega store little shop like I just loved the dynamic. The second time around between Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks more than I liked it. The first time and you can go back and watch sleepless in Seattle. It's the comedy feud seemed a few and far between and it's a little schmaltzy as sappy. Yeah very savvy. Deanship held a nice job. And you've got mail And is supporting a friend And you're right. It's like does take you into the modern age and and the fact that you know bookstores are going under. And it's just yeah. It's a great movie a moment in time for short ten things. I hate about you. I Love Julia Stiles I love. I mean he's ledger. He rest in peace. It's just to me. It's one of those. I like to call the genre team puke but I think it's the best team puke movie I've ever seen and you got. I think Andrew Keaton's in there and he's got his own religion on the Westside of Los Angeles so love yes. There's that forty year old virgin is fantastic. Maybe one of the funniest movies I've ever seen not a traditional rump comp and I threw it in unless I'm so glad you did because it is a romantic comedy. Steve Carell deserved awards. Attention that year you go back and watch that performance. It's nothing short of brilliant and I love Steve Corral he's been in a couple of other good rom coms of over the years. Dan In real life is one. Juliette Binoche Josh. And he's had a couple of moments in genre but I I love for virgin one of my favorite movies ever lend US wrong cops. Yeah so then. I got broadcast news for obvious reasons because it just as a kid. I've always wanted to be in this business and when I saw the movie even as a kid I was interested in it and our brooks is fantastic. I think a real person Albert Brooks. He's a real about to. It's not just the man of the CASTOFF. Yeah great choice right so I got that one in there. What else do I've got. Oh serendipity a little sappy but I love me some piven and I mentioned cusak already and I just feel like the whole silliness of them going around the entire Globe and then eventually the city of New York was just funny me and then of course I forget the characters name right now. He used to be. He wasn't on Saturday night live. He was on that other Improv. Show with the guy with the glasses. God what does TV yes or mad. Tv Yes I forget his name but anyway. That guy was awesome. My best friends wedding. You don't love it. I heard that and then I had to include my boyfriend prince. She saw that at the end is my number ten. Fpj's had a great run in Rom Com. You Reckon you've referred to Do Gene Levy as the guy from mad. Tv Guy from a mighty wind and spinal tap and so many great comedies with Christopher. Get OVER THE YEARS. Best in show A couple of off the board there. George you have a solid list. And I don't know why the Internet if the Internet is ripping you apart over your romantic comedy list than the quarantine is not going well in recent years crazy stupid. Love be better than the gap. Another Steve Carell movie knocked up is a great ROM com. Not good one. Yeah I saw that said Logan was was high. The other day live tweeting. He's doing that for cats to which I don't know my dad saw cats might have been on that set broken funky as well and Kinda liked it Something about Mary Love actually you know groundhog day. Five hundred days of summers a lot in the genre my number one though George and I played it Friday night at my wedding we did an outdoor screening with a Taco truck Any Hall Woody Allen. Thanks to me. That is the quintessential romantic comedy. Fred just tweeted me. Says the good thing. I'm not a movie critic. You can't have a top basketball movie. Lists without hoosiers. I think hoosiers the most overrated film. I've ever seen in my entire life and I love Gene Hackman. That is not. It's not believable. Even to me means that something really great on Lebatardshow this morning because he said the greatest impact hoosiers has on basketball is that owners of NBA teams. Think that their head coach should be up on the sideline screaming and yelling because of that movie. So head coaches have been fired in basketball because they're not animated enough with a piece of paper and screaming and getting speaking in cliches. That movie is is completely irrelevant to the game now and coated in some racial stuff. Go so get Susan Span. To be honest me neither could keep it bent. We've kept you long enough. Thank you brother for hanging out today and having some fun with US three. Keep doing your thing. We love you. The city needs you man. It's great to have Yang. I brother take care. Spe- safe areas. Ben Lyon. See I've got a real movie critic giving Me Love. The hell with all you on the Internet right. I was good man. I mean you got a good little list going. You know mind be a little bit different but I was kind of going through it as you guys were going so I was thinking among is coming to America all no I don't. Let's tackle that on the other side. Plus let's get back to what happened with Tom Brady. And what's going on there Philip rivers? There's talk that already. There's some questions about him in Indianapolis. We'll touch all that in four minutes stick around. Sodano seventeen ESPN..

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"george murison" Discussed on Poop Culture

Poop Culture

12:37 min | 1 year ago

"george murison" Discussed on Poop Culture

"Back of course until he signed this deal the reason this is big news news because this didn't really happen that much back then and even now with these younger players they gotta go through arbitration and there. There's really nothing they can do. Yeah you could sit out a season and if you want but that's what he was going to do here and now it's kind of commonplace with guys in the n._f._l. Levy on bell do it and now they're always threatening to do it when they get a franchise tag and in this case he held out through spring training. He signed on april thirteenth. They didn't disclose the terms before people reported they think it was was about a two million dollar deal which is a huge huge upgrade from two hundred and thirty thousand dollars guy that got the m._v._p. And the cy young award word but the thing like this guy was such a douche and put my stories about two guys it or or amazing athletes are just both kind of decades. It really sums it up open this <hes> this quote from him and he said i'm very happy. This day came. I don't have any hard feelings. I knew things would be worked out for the best for roger clements. Oh wow you're playing a team sport bro. I wish every interview he gave was always in the third person person god. It's amazing out question for you man crush before we get too far away from that was this clemens is final red sox contract now now i i think he did get another one eighty now. I wasn't sure if this was the first extension or second so now so this will be his first extension ever right right you know at this point because he should be playing on his rookie deal but since he held out they'd kind of bent the rules and i'm sure this probably led to other things where the league building building the arbitration system and all that shit all along the line. I didn't get into all that but i thought it was kinda. Cool that this was the day that he did that. And of course he's still not in the hall of fame but the guys is probably one of the best pitchers ever but he he kinda played through the steroid era so yeah they're they're kind of turn their backs on them a little bit. They're going to put them in that special steroid wing of yeah. Eventually you gotta let those guys and we talked about it before mike at length. It's the most exciting time in baseball open up the gates already for these guys because i'm serious man build a whole new wing of cooperstown. That's just the steroid wing. Make it a little bit bigger and bulkier than the rest so the museum. It'd be great. All the lights are shaped like asterisks. They go would probably be the best thing to see there because after you've seen it like once or twice it's pretty boring all right. So what else do you got for sports all right. It's the second one here is a guy that we just had. If you pay attention to the page we do this trivia thing all the time. The trivia is like our bridge between her social media and our show and were running every day and our facebook story. We have a picture trivia for points every week before the episode. We have one audio trivia question for points and we have this leaderboard. There's three over three hundred people now on the leaderboard is a lot of people playing this this past week. We had an audio trivia question and nobody got the answer for four days and ended up going for forty points in the answer of course was brian. Bosworth is worth and that's where this story is about so basically what brian bosworth did april thirteenth nineteen eighty-seven was the deadline to apply for the april twentieth and fell draft in one thousand nine hundred seven but he did not do it because this is what he wanted to do. He wanted to go into the supplemental draft rafts which is a second draft in the summer at typically. It's used for guys that got booted out of school or the non academic probation or whatever have you like. They're in trouble with the the law some shit like that or are. They graduated earlier late or whatever so he wanted to go there because he wanted to control the team he was going on because of course the n._f._l. Fell draft the worst teams draft i. He didn't wanna play for a shitty team so he figured by doing this. He would control where he went so along with not applying on the twentieth. He also sent a letter to all the teams in the league that he did not want to play for saying. I don't want how to play for you. Don't pick me in the supplemental draft because i haven't graduated school yet if you draft me. I'm just going to go to graduate school and i'll go to draft next year. You'll lose your rights. It's so he goes to the supplemental draft as we all know in the summer and gets picked by the seattle seahawks who happened to be one of the teams that he sent a letter to fuck but what it did work out for him. Even though he only played two years in the league of course he has shoulder injury and never played again after a second year ear and of course he got run over by bo jackson famous clips ever monday night football but he got a ten year a contract with the seattle seahawks for eleven million dollars now. I don't know how much he actually got paid of that after the injury settlement but nobody not at this time was getting tenure deals now you don't even see tenure deals but he parlayed this skipping the draft to go to the supplemental draft and actually actually you know got a decent deal out of it even though he's playing for a team that he did wanna play for. You actually wanted to play for the raiders because he felt that the raiders fit his whole mantra but that did not work out for him but he got paid. All the shit happened but it didn't really pave the way for many other players. You'd figure over the years as somebody else will try to do this. I think the only other guy that tried something similar that was newsworthy was maybe like maurice claret from ohio state tried to do something sort of similar and didn't get drafted after then held out to the next year or whatever the happened with him but this does not happen often the n._f._l.'s a juggernaut. You've if you're getting picked you. Just take whatever team is gonna pick you. You're not controlling your destiny there but he did unless you're a manning unless you're a man and yeah well. I mean quarterbacks different store. Uh-huh elway did the same thing true but that's what i got so we're going <hes> the contract hold out right not even contract holdout without just a straight up holdout for a contract from roger clemens and the the skipping of the n._f._l. Draft and not getting his stuff in for the deadline bribe's worth going to supplemental lamented draft the n._f._l. All right joe finley. What are your sports offerings. Okey dokey well. A monday in december is not a sports heavy day. Hey i'll start there so choices weren't abound <hes>. The first thing i got here is a bit of an oddity more than anything <hes> <hes> there were two n._b._a. Games on this day. I the utah jazz one against the knicks santa supersonics win against the bullets. Now this is kind kind of the peak of all of these teams karl malone. John stockton does shawn kemp gary payton patrick ewing john starks. They're all there. They're all playing george murison of my giant on the bullets just in case anybody cares but the only thing was just in this game in this one day. We're only two games. Were i played <hes> with all these major stars. Both games ended one hundred and three to ninety six. It was just it was just a strange oddity. Wow that was ah get covered on on e._s._p._n. For the thing just being a hey just these two games of essentially all star games on both sides because of the amount of like future hall of famers potentially had i know shawn kemp probably blew that opportunity but his weight but yeah it was so so it was just a weird thing that of just having the two games like that and in the exact same in the exact same score the other one so now you you you've got football and you've got monday so you only have one choice as to what the game as <hes> but this ended up being a very interesting game dallas ellis cowboys faced off against the philadelphia eagles on monday night football dallas cowboys were in a two game losing streak and where i i in danger of not winning the n._f._c. east <hes> the giants were ahead of them. They ended up winning this game twenty three to seventeen and this began this was the first game of their five game winning streak for the remainder of the regular season where they beat the giants by a single game to win the division and and that is the year they went onto win the super bowl for the first time in fifteen years. This game was the was kind of the launching pad for their path to the playoffs and individually the super bowl all right so man crush you had <hes> roger clemens holding out a contract and brian bosworth skipping the n._f._l. Draft afteh to enter the supplemental draft in joe yet a couple of random m._b._a. Games that didn't end so random and a one oh three to ninety six score on both games james that's odd and then monday night football with the cowboys and the eagles not a huge <hes> eagles fan not a huge cowboys fan but <hes> it was a big game for that season and maybe just that particular season but <hes> geez. It's really difficult to judge this because you got to live. Events events versus two sports happenings which had more impact. I'm probably going to have to say long-term eighty seven seven on this one what were more people paying attention to at the time probably the games rather than the news but i think in retrospect man i. I think i'm gonna have to again. Go with man crush eighty seven for another one pointer on this just because i think that brian bosworth thing definitely has legs like you said it's not something that happens quite often and i think it almost kind of set a reverse precedent. If it would have been a little bit better for mr bosworth i think you you would've seen more people. Try to play that <hes> that madonna card you know and try to determine what teams they were going to go to but like man crush said i don't. I think we've seen as much of that because again. It didn't work out that great. He didn't get drafted by exactly who he wanted to go to so and he just missed out on the u._s._f._l. Too so he lost that leverage right the right he tried to leverage the situation much like herschel walker leveraged his situation and it just just didn't work out. I think that's a little more important culturally than a random monday night football game even though that was a huge game for that day so for those reasons i gotta gotta get this one for man crush just for a little bit more staying power. I hear that that's right. Got the staying power stank on it all right so man crush rush. You retain control of the board. Where would you like to go all right and i apologize. If i'm a little long winded on these i had a problem with my notes systems. I have notes what's on this. I'm just spurring off the top of my head with the sports news so if i'm just going with it i'm going with it so i'm gonna go back to the other one that have notes for store and that would be news for april thirteenth of nineteen eighty seven and i'll begin that off and this is where you can see where i'm really. There's a lot of things i could have. I could've pick. I could have picked where they were giving out. Condoms in prison so aids didn't get spread but that's not fun. Nobody wants to hear that. Shit sounds pretty fun. I could've picked you know like <hes> somebody like declaring for the presidency like nobody fucking cares and it went anyway souk-ahras so let's go to something that was more fun and this is the announcement of the alf cartoon to n._b._c. I'll just read the news story because actually have the news story alpha. N._b._c.'s fuzzy outcasts gas from the planet merrimack is becoming a one alien growth industry this fall. The puppet will become a cartoon character. N._b._c.'s saturday morning schedule. A script is being written for a big screen movie but that probably won't begin rolling until the sitcoms second season is wrapped both both will almost certainly be prequels to the aliens earthbound adventures on monday nights in the tanner household. Meanwhile alps ratings keep improving and sales of dolls posters are booming with the poster. Reportedly outselling such hot draws as bon jovi and top gun. Don't be surprised if the sarcastic airball starts appearing on pajamas lunchboxes bedspreads what have.

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"george murison" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"george murison" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Back. It is the Vegas sharpen Shapiro. Chris win in studio. Got some good guests coming in studio tomorrow. While we got a good guest coming up second, our not get to talk to George Murison can ask after asking about his movie career. I've gotta see another show career commercial career moving here and he was in the Eminem. Video one of 'em's videos as well. He's coming up in our number two, tallest player ever to play in the NBA. But tomorrow on the show, this'll be a lot of fun. Because this is a guy that struggled through drug abuse, alcohol abuse almost lost his life was going down a very, very bad path. There's parts of his life where he was suicidal. Right. Yeah. I think the lead singer of creed. All right. Jay. Yeah. So Scott stapp, of course, lead singer of creed he's in town, and he's going to be joining us in studio with his lovely wife tomorrow. So I want to talk to him about sobriety. Of course, and, and what is it like when you're in your early twenties and your life? Just turns upside down you automatically in immediately have a hit record. You're like the top art rock and roll artist of the year. I mean they just hit after hit after hit what is that, like, how did he deal with that? And why did creed break up and all of the sobriety stuff a lot of questions? So it's going to be a lot of fun. It's gonna be interesting. Scott stapp coming in studio tomorrow, and he was one of my idols growing up. You know as a musician, so really cool to have him in studio. Also former rebel, right? I always love talking to these former rebel players, drums, Segers will be joining us in studio tomorrow. He's got a basketball camp in town. So we're going to promote that form, of course. And I want to ask him his thoughts on UNLV his thoughts on this new coach TJ burger his thoughts on Dave rice because he played for Dave is Dave rice was fired. Right. He did. Yes. I want to ask him a little bit about that. And he remained here in Las Vegas, he calls Vegas home. So a lot to get to. So that'll be fun having Jerome institute as well. So Scott stop and Jerome Segers both in studio tomorrow. So that's going to be a lot of fun. And as I mentioned earlier, George Murison will be coming up in our number two. That's going to be a lot as fun as well. We've been talking a lot about Donald Trump. We've been talking about Jared Kushner, I do want to mention this story because I think it's just very funny. That's all we all know that, you know, the whole McCain, Trump nonsense. You know, McCain passing away eight months ago and for whatever reason Donald Trump still wants to step on his grave, he spoke in front of the, the ship, the USS, John McCain, and obviously Trump had to be involved with, with the covering of his name. We, it wasn't just somebody in the administration spoke on the end Fabius ship that was that was very near to, to where the USS John McCain was, so the reason why I bring that up is, you know, people in London, they have a very good sense of humor Trump. This is going to get Trump going. It has to what they're doing is they have. A these images of the USS. John, McCain ship on a hat on a make America great again hat. And they had these images all over London for the president to see. And I respect that because number one Trump deserves it. He deserves to be shunned for the nonsense when it involves John McCain and even people way on the right. That's support Trump, many of them not all the many of them even called out Trump's behavior. It's just so unnecessary to -ccomplish is nothing unless I said this. When aiming Tarquini was on the show. But unless you have smoking gun proof that John McCain committed treason. What are you doing? I just don't understand what do really at a point right now. We have a commander in chief that is so sensitive. Right. That is that is such a pansy that he can't even be around people that, that, that work on a naval ship, a United States military ship, then that have the USS John McCain on their hats, and he doesn't and people in his administration. Feel the need to keep those people away from President Boris even worse gentlemen, is that Donald Trump, even though he claimed he didn't do it. And he didn't order that now he also defended it. That's the essence, what I was trying to talk about. As we said it was well intentioned. That person that person was doing the right thing. You can't. You can't defend something that, you know, people are going to criticize. You don't sound good. So I it's just. You want to attack his policies because he disagrees with you, fine. Yeah. Brian, don't consistent just attack him personally, because the guy can't defend himself he is dead, and nj shat brought that up last week when Andy was on about how there's people that were calling up to the show, and they were basically blasting McCain, who is passed away, who's, who's no longer with us. No way to defend himself and worse than were attacking Trump. And it's horrible. The things we say about Trump, but then decide to attack John McCain was classic pathetic. It's laughable. That's what it is. I was listening to the show and. Mine was blown. I have to say that trust me. Mine was two to five seven five three nine six the number to call seven zero two two five seven five three nine six. If you want to be part of the show. Let's go to Gary, Gary. What's up, Gary? Hey, brian. Hey, JJ. Stay focused. I love rock and roll, you, you know about fog hat from port Jefferson. You know, I am the guy that wrote full for the city. For me. I never. I never knew that. Did you write any Beatles songs? You didn't. Okay. Well, that's disappointing. Creed songs though? Right. Gary, I know you're creed fan, aren't you Jerry? What's your favorite creed song? I love I love the nineteen nineties when they call it grunge, rock or grunge, right involved. Yes. That is what they I'm a big fan of that music so much. You're also, you're, you're also big fan of Donald Trump, though, aren't you? All right. Why do you want to start with me? I am a more now you're not talking about how it starts for one moment, just to quickly. Then we're going to take some other calls about Saudi Arabia. I could talk about the fact that they be headed like twenty seven criminals and invites organizations. You know. I could either talk about how it start a on Gilligan's island in summit, all up. Well, I'll tell you why when they made Gillick into sheriff, he rested, everybody on island and. JD gary. I want you to continue now. Yes. Yeah. Can't to five seven thank you for the call. Gary to five seven five, three Marianne was my favorite. Yes. Let's go to Richard, Richard. What's on your mind? Hi, richard. What's up Ritchie? Listen. Jared Kushner thing and then you guys moved on to something else. We should talk about. Kush. Interview outside check it out. Yeah. Yeah. Pretty well. I thought so too. I mean at handed a Christian look, it was a little bit of a surprise, but I mean, in the, you know, in the scheme of things is anything really surprised. I kind of know that they're going to ask questions about that. For for, for, for almost two years now. He's been talking everyone's been talking about the Russian meeting. So he should certainly be prepared in the few interviews that he's done on that, as far as the journal kashogi stuff. Let's just call it for what it is Richard. And you could tell me if you disagree, but this was a brutal murder, and the prince the Saudi Crown prince, tried to put it underneath the rug. There was a huge cover up, and there needs to be some sort of accountability. And then when Trump is asked about it, you get a different answer than what Kushner said. So I think that made them look ridiculous. And then I, I understand that Kushner, does not want to call his father-in-law a racist. And look, even I don't know if Donald Trump is a racist, and that you won't find someone who, who goes after Donald Trump more than me. I don't know if Donald Trump is racist. But certainly, you could argue he's done some races things. Why would you go for five years and and talk about the birther birtherism stuff when it comes to Barack Obama, not only was he wrong never apologized about it? Why did he do that? I think Kushner should have answered the question this way. Look, my father-in-law's, not a racist. But I disagree with what he did with going after Obama for the birth stuff. I wouldn't have handled it that way. But I don't think he's a racist. Now, he answered the question that way, I would have respected it because he would have at least acknowledged. He's never admitted that Trump has made any mistakes in anything and I have. No, there's no credibility there. Richard. I don't know about that. You know, with everything that's going on with all the attacks from every angle, and everything else, I guess, somebody has to put something to say, look, if you get attacked, or there's a question that comes across like this, you're gonna answer it like this, how to answer an honest about that. Well, yeah, but I'm saying is that what we're talking about how divided everybody in how all these questions come up? And can we answer your questions or can't we these questions? At some point. Somebody say what is all this really good for the country, or is it not good for the I think it's good for the country to be honest. I think when you're honest, you're that's good for the country. Nobody's perfect we all make mistakes. But let's hold. Let's horrible. It's good for country compete a country to no matter what side of the fence your own or. To, to play it, we need to stay together as a country. I I don't disagree with that. But for both. So that we can be. I agree, Richard. What's happened? I think in the grand scheme of things. And this doesn't even involve Trump as much as Republicans and Democrats. I mean, let's talk about both sides of the aisle. They need to find a way to work together. And this is I'm thirty nine years old. Okay. Richard. And in my lifetime, this is the worst in my opinion, it's ever been as far as Republicans and Democrats bickering going after each other. Now with that being said, just like I criticised Brock Obama for race relations in this country. Don't think it'd be a job there. I think Trump is just as bad as reaching across the aisle, and try to get Republicans and Democrats to work together. I think he's dividing the country worse when it comes to politics. Among board with that. I think he's trying to just say, look, we need to get down to business, and let's do business stop this. So walking out of a meeting and having a hissy fit. You think is good for the country. There's never going to be I won't be able to cover all my bases everywhere. That's for sure. But when it comes to the big scheme, now, we need to stay country, we need to support the guy that's in office, and that's how the Lancashire now Trump's Trump's delta divided the country, but the, the media outlets are definitely taking what he's, he's giving them an running with, as far as they can because it makes them more money, believe it or not Richard, and I appreciate the call when Trump was elected into office. And even now I want him to succeed. You know why not because personally I want him to succeed..

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"george murison" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:21 min | 2 years ago

"george murison" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Officially introduced that is with us here on Tiki and Tierney coach doing buddy, I'm great great to be with you. When you come to these type of events or in topsy every every year, see all the different transitions that are happening with coaching. But also with the game as house the game of fall over your years because it feels like it's different from when I grew watching. We're watching it. Well, you know, this you're a young, man. I'm so old. But look this is my thirty six year in division one basketball. So pre three point shot pre shot clock. You know, watching all that of like, the three point shot is totally. Changed the game period at the NBA now. And how different is how if you can't shoot the tree and stretch the floor. They're not even interested. It's very rare. Now that you see a five man that is they can't step out and shoot it. That's changed the game. Unbelievably the shot clock and how much faster and more possessions. They are. It's just it's it's definitely changed. I thought the way they tried to call it so tight a few years ago to because they're worried about the physicality of it. But then outs flip back to we got to have it ended a two hour window television yet. You know, things are constantly, you know. Evolving changing. But the games great. It is great. It's fun to watch. And we were talking about this yesterday with boogie cousins who turned himself into a three point shooter brook Lopez's the same thing in the NBA. And now, I guess it informs you as a coach on the college ranks, how do you recruit big men that can shoot because you have to have them. Right. You know, college is a little different. I mean, you're still seeing teams that still complained through the post and score in the post, and you still see some bigs in the NBA like the kid at Houston, cappella, he he's a rim runner. You know, get to the block play off the dribble drive. You know, dump off. They're still somebody's very rare. Everybody wants people now who stretched the floor, and so every kids growing up shooting the tree. Yeah. But you still have pigs that have a part of this game that can definitely play. And especially at the college of the NBA, they all wanna be NBA players every kid dreams being the NBA. But you know, there's only a select few to get to. That point you can still make a lot of money all over the world playing basketball and not just in the NBA. That's true. You know, it's funny. This is going to be a real test here to challenge the direction or the way size is viewed taco full. I'm sure you've seen him. I you didn't play him. But I did is freshman year. I well. Okay. Okay. You perfect ask this because it looks like, you know, I I don't remember much of the freshman. I know he was banged up last year. He played well this year. We know what happened with Duke. He put on functional. Wait got good hands finish around the remedies. Everybody thinks Manute Bol Manute Bol was was it looked like he was you know, may rest in peace. But he looked like he was going to snap in half. If you set a screen, he wasn't athletic. You is just like a lumbering mechanical seven foot seven giants, Saint George Murison. Do you think taco full can actually play in the NBA? Can you find a role for him? You know, it's interesting. It's a great question. He's definitely gonna play basketball for a long time. I did not study them enough this year watch Johnny team enough to have a great. opinion on him. We're in our own little world. But that being said they had a phenomenal year. Johnny did a great job watching this kid develop. And he he's I think a really interesting because he changes the game. Yeah. Yeah. The NBA though like for him to be able to get out and guard a big who can stretch to floor. That's the whole question. Can you know in the way, they wanna play now at that level? Switch everything you're switching every screen which is so late it whatnot. Smart because what what is saying has. We're not giving up trees for making you take to the whole game is changed. Don't anybody have an open tree? And if they drive you and get it to will live with that. But we're not giving up through zest the whole premise. But when you're watching tease play like the Houston Golden State series a year ago for a basketball Pierce was really hard to watch. It all became one on one playing off the bounce, and that you know in the ball because everybody's able to switch everything but basketball. Pure ISM isn't going to build a winning program in college. How do you approach this, right? Because you you just mentioned every kid wants to play in the NBA. So when they make their decisions or they're thinking about making the decisions what college are going to go to a lot of them are saying who's going to get to the NBA. How do you how do you deal with that? Well, it's a good problem. I mean, I've had a lot of MBA players true. Beautician procedure. So it's different. But my point is kids all dream of that and want to have a chance to do that. And you know, there there's a lesson not just a three point shy. You know, it's the that work ethic. The toughest takes to develop the skills. The ability to pass to know how to move without the ball to build me know, how to space the floor to -bility to defend nobody can go in the NBA and play. And that's where I think taco you're bringing him up. The question about him defensively he protects the paint because shooters are show much more plentiful and better in the NBA stretch floor. There aren't as many good shooters at our level still, you know, it's it's great. Steam has maybe two or three. Yeah. But if you're not an NBA, you got eight nine, and so the point is if you can't defend you cannot play at that level. You've gotta be able to defend now. Now, you're gonna be able to switch and defend every position they want the whole new moniker now. Positional this basketball. Gotta be versatile. No doubt you buy that. Yeah. Because that's that's what the vaulting at the NBA level. Then Ben Howland is with us. Ben nun incredible basketball journey. I didn't know it was quite almost forty years. But I've put it in perspective northern Arizona pit. And you know, it was a real grinded out the fence of team and Jamie took over for you. And I wanna ask you something about Jamie. Obviously Jamie did a great job UCLA with Westbrook in a bunch of final fours and Mississippi State and I took him to the tournament. All right. So the UCLA job is the most unique job in college basketball. It is now maybe when coach K retires and the Duke fans expect the same from that Duke program, which is probably incredibly unfair and unrealistic maybe that joins UCLA, but UCLA is it it it. It's part pro team. It's it's part history. I it's parked delusion to be fair with all due respect to the Bruins fans. You don't have to come. And I thought they did you wrong you deserve better. If it is Jamie Dixon. Would he be a good fit there will fit in? Well, he'd be a great fit for a lot of reasons and one is being a southern California native being a kid who grew up there that as great, you know, understanding that tradition and history and pride of UCLA, and you know, is connected into that community in those communities as well respected. You know, obviously, he's a great coach Mick Cronin. It would be great. I mean mix outstanding. He's a head coach in really really hard nosed tough guy. So they're they're definitely on the right track. They're going to get a guy that will will. I think do a great job for them. And it is a great job. It's one of the, you know, best jobs in the history of college basketball. And there's no question the wooden, you know, era still is felt very strong there. And there's the hope that that can happen again. You now you're in the one in down here, which is soon to probably vegan and yesteryears where again, you'll be going right out of high school the pros. It's a it's a different era a different time. But there's no question UCLA is a special special place. Well, it's my opinion coach in maybe this is unfounded wildly off base. But certain places you have to not only win. But with a certain way aesthetically like UCLA basketball when he brought up Mick Cronin's name who I think is great great defensive coach been with since you for a long time a coach sandwich, Amy. But does you do the fans want to see the sixty three to fifty seven win for the Bruins? And I'm not saying that I'm not saying that doesn't have great adad. We UVA. I know that's true. That's true. But you don't have the flash of UCLA. It does though. But that's the whole point. Because UCLA fans are Hollywood. That's what I'm saying. They accept success without without the plays. If you will that makes sense do they need the points. And the winds were just the wind. I think that the UCLA program will be happy winning big. If they can, you know win like Tony Bennett's down at Virginia. But saying that to your point when you have the Lakers in the whole Showtime thing right there down the street, and you had the clippers. I mean, that's a pro town when you talked I thought you really run something really important there in terms of you know, the professional influence because of the Lakers clippers dodgers angels Rams. Durant through. They're going to get someone. Great. But the point is is that you know, you have that continuous treated like a pro team in the eyes of the local. Yup. The fans that are there supporting it. So it's different and unique for many enter college shop in that respect. So there is that factor writer on now. You know, give me you know, w every day. Ben, stay up shaking coach. Thank you very much. Right basketball, coach right here. Ben Jalan, formerly northern Arizona who played my Johnny's in the big dance back of the I won't say that was ninety nine or two thousand we barely got by him. I wish test team. I know. I remember that we had more time with them because there's one question. I want to ask them, which is it's it's it's relevant to this weekend. He is only one coach in this final four that dole will offer there. He doesn't really matter that much at this stage. Interesting go, ask them, people get the answer and get back to the form and the Roger stuff I want to make that point chance to do it yet inbounds out about great first hour from Minneapolis Minnesota..

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"george murison" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"george murison" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

"Let's be on that crazier on the brand this when Colby miss the playoffs. I one time know this is crazy because Kobe missed the playoffs. He was hurt for a lot of that year old 4:05, right? And the team was trash like the team was trash. It was like Rudy Tomjanovich came out of retirement to to coach. And like the roster was terrible. It there was no expectation for them to be good. Lebron? I'm not saying here's thing. I thought there was a chance at miss the playoffs. But I thought they'd be like forty five wins. And it just the eight seed in the west is one forty seven. I saw I didn't think it'd be ever even if you told me he'll miss eighteen games. You can never tell me. They were going to be. I never like this this bad this late in the us. So if you're in a front office del Dem's, would you have done that right? Fouts. First of all Bill Dem's. My my my job is on the line, right because. Because. You got fired. I think I think I would be more of front. I wouldn't do we did. Or what he allegedly did which is play around. Basically. I would be up front say look, this is a great offer. But we know there because it salary cap rules. There's one team out there. They can offer us more and just can't right now. So I think I could see myself waiting until Rich Paul and Davis would trade you is going to be at the end of the year, though. I'm not going to do it at this point. If now if Boston wasn't restricted like that, and you know, the deals came in at the trade deadline. I would I would have done a deal, but knowing that Boston can can potentially offer me more. I can't do that deal right now. That's it just it's like knowing that there's a guy who's wants to buy the same kind of car that you're trying to sell but his check don't come in until July one. Right. I guess. She's still kind of our. I don't know it's difficult because is this. This is my logic. Let's say you, wait. And then Boston comes up with offer. That's not as good. It's not like the Lakers win. It said Iowa trade all this stuff for something else. Got still on the roster. Right. You know Ingram and Lonzo ball and all those guys is still there. So worst case scenario. The Laker offer could still be available in June draft time, I wouldn't waste of my time. You know what I'm saying? I mean, you have to just know that this is the best offer. If this is the best offer available. But you know, there's another offer that's out there. You say you say you get a tray for. So you get a tray for. You're young guys. Now, Jason say, yeah. You know what I'm saying? Four from picks coming in his draft. So you get and you say Tatum and Brown and two of those picks that's already better than what the labor that's too. That's too young guards average twenty throughout a whole see here's all the part of the equation. Which is why I'm like, wha wait, it's not only just that. But let's just say they don't offer those right and to hey, man, we'll give you Marcus smart and a future second round pick. Like that is not so good. I know the Lakers in turn around and trade all their stuff for, you know, for George Murison, or whatever this stuff is still waiting. There's still waiting over there. So if I know that you still to be it's not like, you're gonna buy another car. But I know this guy my offer me more. It doesn't hurt for me to wait other than the awkwardness at the season. Like now, the reports were kept saying no that's not good enough. They threw a whole team understand saying it seemed like it looked like they did everything they asked him to do and on us. We're straight six trumpets. But the other thing that messed them up was porzingas got traded..

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"george murison" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"george murison" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"And he said, you know, I I swore long, and I was like, okay. I have a metal chair, and he's got a small pad on his back. And he just wanted to make sure I hit the Pat now he doesn't flinch. And so I hit him. And he goes, you gotta hippie ordered. And that and I go, okay. And then I did it again, he goes the gotta make it believable. And I the take the day had you can see the papers on there's a like a bulletin board. There the papers are flying with just the speed of me with that share hitting him in the middle of the back because he said just don't miss. So. So I'm thinking, you know, I got this multimillion dollar investment for the WWF any saying don't miss and I. I hit him as hard as I possibly could. And then he didn't flinch he goes. Thanks, can I have another. And then I whacked him again. I had that share. He signed it and big big dent. Yes. Barely even move. I know it barely. He doesn't even flinch takes it. I like can you just play you play the sound just the sound of me hitting him with the chair if we can roll that again because he's in the break room, and I'm doing sportscenter or I'm there at night, and I walk in on him. And he's there gotta studying. Pretty fast. Just. I pick up the chair. Can I get one more of those sure? Thanks, buddy. That helps. I like how I go. Sure. Like, this is a common thing that happens. Sure. I can do that. Did you swing? So you're you're tired. You're like Blad Guerrero, your your dipped down and what name. That's great bonds never swung harder than I there that you're really putting your hips into it. He said he said, our sport is all about believable like you got to sell it. And so he was going to sell it. I had to sell it to but he had to sell it far more than I did. Because all I do is pick up that chair in wacky twice. Angry facial expressions had. I know but after it aired. I remember management said we can't air that anymore because they were worried that kids would try to do that not knowing that stone cold Steve Austin had a small pad on his back him on looking at like have. Yeah. They were worried that you know, kids were going to be doing them. Remember, the one where you through baseball, bats out of the helicopter. They didn't take that one down. No, they that's even more dangerous, not many people can get into a helicopter have access. So the premise was based off of w k RPI in Cincinnati with less Ness, man, and famous, you know, obviously fictitional, but he was the newsman and less Ness man was gonna throw out turkeys for thanksgiving. And they can't fly. So it didn't go well with less Ness men throwing turkeys out of a helicopter for thanksgiving. And we thought I so I go up in a helicopter. They strap me in the door is open. And I've got ESPN radio baseball bats that I'm dropping down. So, you know, the premise being you know, if somebody's down there catching them, it's not going to be a pretty sight. But I remember getting in the helicopter, not very far from the mothership going up in the helicopter, and I was up there for probably an hour. And I had probably thirty baseball bats. And they would just fill me dropping them out. And then I would just say random lines. I was happy to come back down after that one. Yes for where would they landed in some field. Yeah. Yeah. No in downtown Bristol is over playground bullets. That would have made it a little more interesting. Really? Would have cost severe injury, but you would show up on campus. And you didn't know who you were going to see so it'd be like the Syracuse mascot or George Murison the 7-foot-7 basketball player for the wizards. Yeah. I think if my second or third week there I'm walking across the hall and there's Ken danika co of the New Jersey, the New Jersey Devils full uniform stick. Just walk it across. And he's like, oh, getting ready to shoot a thing..

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"george murison" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:22 min | 2 years ago

"george murison" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Get your phone calls coming up during the live, look, and we were talking about King Kong Bundy passed away. And forgotten that I did a sportscenter commercial with the undertaker and King Kong Bundy, some of the wrestlers came up to the mothership, and they were threatening the anchors because they wanted our highlights and fast forward to now where they're covering wrestling. On sportscenter. So it took a little while before the message got through to the sportscenter anchors. But the guys from were they w they weren't WWE back. Then I think they were. Yeah. He was big time back then. No, wasn't it cold. Every w. Yeah. I think they changed the name. Yeah. Such mid nineties when the wrestlers came up, they were fun. Do you? Remember like this King Kong Bundy introduced himself to you by his real name. Do you? Remember the details. I just I know that they were. So when they were out of character when they're just talking to you because you know, they weren't in character as they're talking to about the scene, we're going to do, but they were great. They were very appreciative of the opportunity to come in because they were taking over ESPN. And they wanted us there by force. We were gonna run their highlights. The you know, the other one I did I did a commercial approach with stone cold Steve Austin. And then I'll tell you a little bit about after we did this in after it aired the reaction that we got. So this is what it sounded like and if you're watching on audience channel two thirty nine. We'll we'll play that. Mclovin, by the way, while we're waiting for stone cold Steve Austin, if you can give me the update on the poll question. Okay. If you're the card what will the cardinals do with number one pick forty seven percent say they'll take Murray next option is trade the pick. All right. Are we able to play this here is stone cold Steve Austin, the promo? I did. Stone cold. We don't obsolete. You're studying. Pretty fast. As. Sure. Thanks, buddy. That helps. I picked up a metal folding chair. I still have the folding chair in my attic. And it's got a big dent in it. Now when we got ready to do the scene stone cold Steve Austin had a pad on his back. Now, you can't see it. And he said, you know, I I I swore long, and I was like, okay. I have a metal chair, and he's got a small pad on his back. And he just wanted to make sure I hit the pad now he doesn't flinch. And so I hit him. And he goes you gotta be hard in that. And I go, okay. And then I did it again, he goes the gotta make it believable. And I take the day had you can see the papers on there's a like a bulletin board. There the papers are flying with just the speed of me with that share hitting him in the middle of the back because he said just don't miss. So. So I'm thinking, I got this multimillion dollar investment. The WWF any saying don't miss and I hit him as hard as I possibly could. And then he didn't flinch it goes. Thanks, can I have another and then I whacked him again. I have that share. He signed it and big big dent barely even move. It barely. But he doesn't even flinch takes it. I like can you just play you play the sound just the sound of me hitting him with the chair if we can roll that again because he's in the break room, and I'm doing sportscenter or I'm there at night, and I walk in on him. And he's there. Study pretty fast. Just. I pick up the chair. Sure. Thanks bye. Sure. Like, this is a common thing that happens. Sure. I can do that. Did you? So you're you're you're like Vlad Guerrero dipped down to one. That's great bombs never swung harder than I do. They're really putting your hips into it. He said he said our sport is all about believability like you got to sell it. And so he was going to sell it. I had to sell it to but he had to sell it far more than I did. Because all I do is pick up that chair and whacking twice angry facial expressions. I know but after it aired. I remember management said we can't air that anymore because they were worried that kids would try to do that not knowing that cold. See Boston had a small pad on his back. Like that packing. Yeah. They were worried that kids were going to be doing that. Remember, the one where you through baseball, bats out of the helicopter. They didn't take that one down. No they did. But not many people can get into a helicopter an access. So the premise was based off of w k RPI in Cincinnati with less Ness, man and famous obviously fictitional, but he was the newsman unless Ness man was going to throw out turkeys for thanksgiving. And they can't fly. So it didn't go well with less Ness men throwing turkeys out of a helicopter for thanksgiving. And we thought I so I go up in a helicopter, they strap me in the doors open, and I've got ESPN radio. Baseball, bats, Ben. I'm dropping down. So. The premise being you know, if somebody's down there catching them, it's not going to be a pretty sight. But I remember getting in the helicopter, not very far from the mothership going up in the helicopter, and I was up there for probably an hour. And I had probably thirty baseball bats. And they would just fill me dropping them out. And then I would just say random lines. I was happy to come back down after that one. Yes. For wherever they landed in some field. Yeah. No in downtown. Bristol is over playground. Would have made it a little more interesting, really. Would have severe injuries, but you would show up on campus. And you didn't know who you were going to see so there'd be like, the Syracuse mascot or George Murison. The 7-foot-7 basketball player for the wizards. Yeah. I think if my second or third week there, I'm walking across the hall and Ken. The New Jersey the New Jersey Devils full uniform stick. Just walking across and he's like, oh, getting ready to shoot a thing. Vander Holyfield came in. You know, his his commercial was about finding where's Charley Steiner because he wants to go in there and beat up Charlie standard Gordie Howe came in. And I remember, you know, he was he was roughing up Keith Olbermann because it was something that keeps set on the air and then Gordie Howe who was probably in his late. Seventies has Obermann who's a big guy up against the wall. So it was just the the people who did that Wieden Kennedy, and they really changed sportscenter. Because at that time we were starting to get big important. And then we did the promos because what happened was I went to management back them. And they were promoting all these other shows NFL countdown, and I said, why don't you promote sportscenter because you take it for granted. This is sportscenter makes all the money. So you can have all these other specialty shows, and they went out and brought in Wieden Kennedy, and we would come in. If I'm doing the eleven o'clock sportscenter. I would come in maybe at eight o'clock nine o'clock in the morning, and you would shoot commercials promos. And then it gets to be around five o'clock, we'd have the rundown meeting, and then I start writing sportscenter. So you'd be in their eight the morning until midnight when you were shooting these commercials, but the first go round, we couldn't get anybody in. Nobody wanted to do it unless they got paid. And that's why you know ES. ESPN's forever. Indebted to Grant Hill. Grant Hill was playing the piano in the lobby and I come out, and I've had a bad show. And he plays the piano, then Dun, Dun, Donna. And he's got his full uniform on and I put a dollar in the tip jar. And I said, thanks grant. He said, you're welcome down. And I walked out the door. And I believe that was maybe the first one we shot. The other one was Jason Kidd in a helicopter flying in his own highlights and telling me what highlights to play as Jason Kidd with his career with the Dallas Mavericks. So those were the first two guys. And then after they aired that's when we started hearing from agents in players saying when do I get my commercial, and then you had Lance Armstrong, Lance Armstrong said that he wanted to commercial, and so they go, okay. We we got an idea we're gonna shoot it in New York. But you're gonna make seem like it's in the basement of ESPN in Bristol, Connecticut and the lights flicker, I'm typing on my computer. And I realized we got a power outage. I go down. I walked down and walk down all these steps in and I opened his door and then Lance arm. Is there a stationary bicycle wiping sweat off his brow? And he goes, hey, Dan. I said what are you doing? He goes. I thought everybody left. No, no, no, no. We're still here working, and then he starts to pedal, and then the lights the generator comes on. I closed the door that says like high-voltage there. And I think we did like three takes and we were done with that. With Lance knows were great a lot of fun. King Kong Bundy also Luke Perry dying at the age of fifty two yesterday..

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"george murison" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"george murison" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Grit. Well. For being useless. Number two, STAN. Nikola yokich. Denver Nuggets center is currently tied with LeBron James for seventh in the NBA in assists at seven point seven a center has not been in the top ten in assists. Since Wilt Chamberlain was second in the league fifty one years ago. Joker. Stealth. And the number one nugget from STAN Van Gundy this week is I'm going to go with one of my former guys here last year. Andre Drummond became only the second player in the past twenty six years to average fifteen points and fifteen rebounds in season. Now, he is on pace to become the first player to do it in back to back seasons. Since Moses Malone forty years ago. Can you guys? Can you guys? Find for me. The worst fifty point scorer in the history of the sport Derrick rose is it Willie. Burton burton. Tracy Tracy Murray who was a bench guy outta his whole career. Got fifty actually the timber wolves have a bunch of weird fifty point scores mobile. Did it recently Derrick rose just did it and Corey brewer who I didn't think was capable of doing? It has a fifty point. Brewer has a fifty point game. Wait a minute does not get fifty against an guy gardening should be out of the league. Take care of put on the poll. Blades is Mike Ryan a dirty liar by claiming. Brewers scored fifty Darren Williams. Terrance williams. Williams was good for a long time. What what's the most surprising Dana Barros Alonzo Mourning? I I was there for those fifty it was against George Murison. And so just kept running down the middle of the floor. George could not catching. It was pretty bad. Makes sense Corey brewer scored fifty one points against the rockets in two thousand fourteen Corey brewers are shooting guard. It's offensive matchup. When James harden? Mike. Would you be kind enough please define for us? Kevin McHale talking about how it is. The James harden went about getting him fired at every turn we will play that after twenty three and me add we will play for you that sound of Kevin McHale talking about James harden on defense. I just want to make sure everyone knows that Sanders. Made an argument potentially for James harden being out of the league. That's right. That's what just happened. Hold that thought. Let's sell some ads. We will get to that sound Kevin McHale telling.

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"george murison" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"george murison" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Gonna talk about some serious stuff. We're going to talk about some fun stuff. That's what we do. Man. We mix it up on the shell always different guests on any given day. What we had JD? We had John Wayne Bobbitt in your last week. You know, get the George Murison. We had yesterday we mix it up, man. We do. Yeah. We're all over the place. It could be a politician. The next day could be the president of the United States, courtesy mayor Oscar Goodman could be a porn star. Could be Tom green. I it'd be an athlete. You know, it's funny minutes the porn stars. Because the porn awards are coming up in a few months. When are they we are going to get any porn actress prefer an actress over an tour, but either or we'll get somebody in studio. We will do that. I'm excited for this weekend. Well, we got the Shriners hospital for children's open. We were at the golf course today got a chance to speak with Jordan Spieth. That was a lot of fun. Not every day. You get to talk to one of the best golfers in the world. That's hermit by the way starts on Thursday. Saw davis. Love the third out there. A major winter fun fun. Watching those guys hit balls practice. And and the beautiful golf swings. They have so tomorrow on the show. We're going to have the golf guru Dennis silvers. Kind of preview the Shriners hospital for children's open PG tour right in our backyard, by the way, this is the best field since I can remember they have a lot of really good players in the tournament this year. Congratulations to Shriners for doing a wonderful job is as good as probably a secondary, a secondary major. I don't know if it's good to be open at this point. It's pretty good. Very good. It's very good for this term. Right. So it's it's a good step in the right direction. We'll get to that coming up at the bottom of the hour. Have you ever heard of this in a scape? Brim haunted house escape room. I I used to go to circus circus. Yep. The one. One time every year. I went to circus circus was for the freight, and they don't have it this year. So I'm always looking for somewhere to go. Well, this is pretty cool. It's called Zo Zoe pronouncing it, right? I hope I'm pronouncing it, right? Well, these guys are coming in in the second segment, we're going to give away up to six people a VIP experience to see this escape room experience its debut, Gabe Ewing at Bally's. What a great thing to do for Halloween. We'll be given that away at the bottom of the hour. So stay tuned for that. What what's this thing worth? We're giving away a value three hundred and thirty dollars. We're gonna give it away on the show. That's more than I make an off that. Yeah. That's that's.

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"george murison" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"george murison" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Told the same. So I wanted to ask you this. Because you you probably have bigger hands than anybody. I've ever seen in my life and Shaquille O'Neal shot. Lifetime around fifty percent at the free throw line. You were always a better free throw shooter. You always had a good touch for a big, man. When when when these big men make excuses and say, well, my hands are too big. Because that's what shack said he said it was like a tennis ball in his hand. Do you? Do you understand that or do you think that's more of like an excuse with some of these big men like de'andre Jordan who shoots like forty five percent at the free throw line? Do you think that's just work ethic? Or do you think there is something to that that when you have big hands it's harder to shoot a free throw? Feel the ball hangs. Delivered the ball. Data vault. Okay. That makes sense that makes sense. Okay. George last question for you. How can people get involved again? Is there a website? They can go to how do they sign up? I know you're next basketball camp is in January. Correct. So can you give our listeners? What? John Boswell dot com. Okay. In general. The went to leaks up. Go on. And the by crazy. I never. Oh so much. I'll do prove. Leon. Interesting. So so what is the website again give that out again? John basketball dot com. Okay. Giant basketball dot com. I love it a George. I mean, this sincerely you really do a good job of those kids. I saw it firsthand. I think you're a great coach you're doing a great job. Good luck to your son at Georgetown, his wall. And. Next year. Your call. The tournament tonight. Sure. We'd love to have you come in studio if you can fit in the studio, we'll have you in. Say hi for me. I will charge. I will. And and we'd love to have yawned again. Okay. Okay. Thank you so much, George. We appreciate it. Thanks a lot George. All right. Yes. It is a, hey, wait. Hold on before you go. What is George Murison do for fun in Las Vegas? I have to ask you that. Hey, what's people? You just said people watch. Did you spend a lot of time on Fremont street? Does he know what Fremont street is? I don't know. Maybe. The street mall. It is. Hey, george. Thank you. Thank you again for taking some time to join us. We appreciate it. Okay. Got. All right. Thank you very much there. He is the star of my giant, George Murison. See he tried to test me. But I did see that movie. He was asked me. What's your favorite scene was actually really shrewd move by him? Testing me this guy seven foot seven three hundred and twenty five pounds. He he got roughed up in the NBA. And I think that's amazing. What what he says one hour, maybe an hour and a half of guarding Shaquille O'Neil. He was so her for two days and he had to ice himself. That's like fifteen shots Quila. That's the equivalent. How good of a player is his son. I I'm not he's okay. He's not bad. He's not like he gets about four or five game coordinated seventy relatively George. Actually, he his parents aren't tall gland disorder. So the fact that has that is son is tall. He must have married. A very very woman. Well, I I would imagine. So I read basketball games time and lot of games in the summertime, and I read some of these games. So George coaches may you team? So I walk in the gym. And I see this guy from the back, and I'm like, this guy's enormous. And then he turns around and I'm like, oh my God. I think that's George Mirasol. Biggest his head. Oh my God. He's enormous system messy has a massive you've not exaggerating. His hands are twice the size. I couldn't even shake his hand. And then these kids go up to them, and they go they have no idea who he is like twelve years, author, George Murison is right. We do. But they don't and they go. Whoa. How tall and George turns around. And he looks at how he goes don't worry about it just keeps walking actually said that. Yeah. I thought it was the funniest thing.

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"george murison" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"george murison" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Was a horrible president. I think somewhere in the middle. He did some things I didn't like he did some things I did like, and you know, what I'll say the same thing about Donald Trump. I think he's done some good things. He was the worst president for entrepreneurs probably ever. And you know, what I'm not going to debate that you might be right on that. He did some things. I don't like I don't think he helped the racial barriers in this country. I think he made it worse. I will say this about Barack Obama. And again, I'm sure some lunatics out there, and we'll we'll we'll disagree with this. And that's fine. I think Barack Obama. I don't think I know it. He's a good husband and a good father. And he's a decent, man. As John McCain said the late John McCain, okay? Barack Obama would not be up there on stage talking about a POW like John McCain and say, I don't respect McCain because he was captured. Okay. Barack Obama would never say something like that the commander in chief did and that was wrong. And some of our callers agree with me. He says some things that are wrong. He says a lot of things that are wrong. You know, this guy Michael called in called Donald Trump, a straight shooter. I mean, that's got to be the biggest joke. I've ever heard him say what he meant to say was he? He is blunt, and he is blunt, but he lies a lot. He's not honest. He's not truthful not to say that many politicians are truthful because they're not most politicians lie. Most politicians are out from the self. But because I criticize the president a little bit. I got a guy. I guess that's my boy is Obama's. He's not. He's not as polished. As prior present. He's not going to lie and smile, George W Bush wasn't polished, but he makes George W Bush looked like Albert Einstein. Sometimes he really does. I was not a George W Bush fan never have been. But you know, w was attacked a lot. But he never went on the offensive and attack the media, really high acuity, I think was like one forty five or one fifty policies and a dumb guy, but he wasn't. There's a difference between how smart you are. How polished you are I'm not saying he's dumb. I I'm just saying he wasn't necessarily polished and Barack Obama was probably the Most Polish president and people on Fox News called Barack Obama raises a brilliant orator people on FOX that got him elected people on Fox News called Barack Obama a racist. Just like, I'm sure there are some people on CNN. And now there's there's a lot of fun. Ways both sides attack. Each other every president is attack. Stop it with the nonsense. Okay. If you are against Donald Trump, in any way, shape or form, he is going to attack you, and when you are the president of the United States, the point I tried to make in the first segment is you have to show a little bit of hesitation of attacking every person in at this point. I think he's he's moved the ball in the direction wants to move it. And he doesn't he doesn't need to do that anymore at first. Okay. Fine. We did it a couple of days at this point. He doesn't need to. And I think he realized that he did it. And it really isn't. I agree. Maybe some of you out there thinking is necessary. Things are going pretty well. I'll open up the phone lines after the Elizabeth Warren. Yeah. Pocahontas? That's another thing. Well, the one the one and one thousand twenty four I mean, that's doesn't matter. Don't call her Pocahontas. Why does he have to do that? He's the president John Smith by anybody. Is that is that racist? 'cause he's not to me polka haunt you're going after had he called her a female Redskin. All right. How about this? How about if you're the president just not named call it all who cares? What her DNA has let it be. How about that? You're the president. It's beneath you, you have more important things to discuss and talk about you shouldn't be talking about Elizabeth Warren and colander Pocahontas. You shouldn't be talking about DNA tests. All this other crap. You're the president you have better things to do better things to talk about I'll open up the phone lines. We only got a few more minutes here left to go. Right. Well, we got two minutes left to go to if you quit call in to five seven five three nine six seven zero two two five seven five three nine six, by the way. I'm very excited about this guests we are going to have on Monday. He is known as the gentle giant. He's the tallest player ever to play in the NBA, and he's going to be right here on the show the legend himself, George Murison seven seven George Murison will be joining us on Monday. So I'm excited about that. If you walk he wouldn't fit through our door first of all now, he definitely for door. Now, he wouldn't he's a big boy he's very tall. But he has he actually has some coaching kids now basketball. So he's going to be joining pretty decent career kind of like bull Marjanovic how Mussa's on ball ball. You watched him play Oregon seven to three point shooting. Yeah. He's he's an outstanding athletes because he lived in Connecticut for a little while when I was out there big gambler like foxwood's, he got into a horrendous car accident in a taxi cab, and that kind of deteriorated his health, but Manute had that imagine him in a taxicab. How does how does he fit in there? I know it's unbelievable fretful almost it's crazy. That's crazy for imagine. But he was he actually was very good for for Africa. He. Donated a ton of money. He's great. Yeah. He spent a lotta time over there, just building schools and doing charitable work. You know, something.

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"george murison" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"george murison" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Bogues and Muggsy Bogues played in the NBA if you were guarding Muggsy Bogues the line would be significant height advantage for Griffin. That was our mother liked Muggsy Bogues because he was player. This is so why don't we talk for a second about the other guys because. In a way. I mean, mugs books was not one of the best players in the NBA, but the thing that cassette was in terms of designing the cartoon monsters. They wanted the greatest diversity of physical types. So it was supposed to be. We'll have a couple big, famous guys, you know, a tall guy, stocky guy this and that, but they knew they wanted a little guy and they wanted a big guy. So Mugsy was obvious because the shortest. Shortest tallest people believe know who they hired George Murison. Right. Who's the same? Hi Sean Brent. And what happened is George? Marivan went on vacation. Okay. And they like mirrors on. He just like, goes back to remain whatever until. Was like, I don't know. I think he went back. There was another war there or something. Literally what he says in the commentary that's Insensitive. insensitive. He's literally says to. Wars and Romania Josie may. He is Romanian, I believe. So I could name is spill. Yeah, I can look them up, but it was literally, no one could get a hold your George Mears on a week before filming. They were like, who else has tall and got Bradley, which is why Shawn Bradley is an occupancy in this movie. Yeah. Well, so right. So the team that they suck the town from is books. Charles Barkley. Larry Johnson, Patrick Ewing Sean badly to centers to power forwards? Yes. In a tiny point. Definitely something I picked up on, and but they use this to turn into giant monsters. It's not like the monsters resemble the people at all. Not at all. Like big job is to beat the show people. They picked Muggsy Bogues small. Did you guys pick up on the fact that the monsters they start out small there learn looks at that point to be fair, right? They're very tiny in. You're like, I'm not timid them, but then they got the talent they do. They just talent. They get big. I have to say like that transformation, you're into those getting. Because when they're small, you almost turn off the movie and walk off the porch. Oh, I honestly, I was like, I'm I, I love Michael, but I don't wanna watch the rest of this. Hold on. Hold on. We'll fight years later from now. Can I try to as quickly as possible state the the logic of this movie going? Looney tunes exists in a real world that somehow also televised to our world. Of our planet. It's at the core of the earth and kids are watching looney tunes live apparently, right? It's like, right, whatever they're up to actually what is happening at that time. The only reason Michael Jordan has retired from basketball because he's a great man who loves his family, right? Yeah. And he's dad always wanted to be a baseball player, I guess k. meanwhile, out in space and alien veto who cannot stop smoking cigars. Right is seeing plummeting sales of his famous artist or swag hammer, right? He's like alien, Michael Eisner, who's like, we're not hip work. Sucks can and I want you might know the aliens or morons because it's like more on mountain on. Sorry, the plants called more more mountain. The aliens are called nerd luck because they're little nerds. They are a little nerds, but they're also dumb, right? But the the alien race is not the morons. Okay. I don't know what race, swag, hammers Ray. They doesn't seem related to the nerd Lux they're different, right? It's weird how little we know about camera considering that he becomes one of the most beloved characters in the history of animation. But so I can receive this kid mocking. The park is like, fuck this. We need a new attraction. They accidentally sit on a remote control, show the looney tunes, and he's like, that's it. We're going to capture them from the center of the earth to make them attractions here so that our tenants will go up nerd, looks burrow into earth. Everyone sees a spaceship fly overhead, doesn't freak the fuck out Burrows into the centre with Ray guns, and they're like, we're holding you hostage. You have to come with us..

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"george murison" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:59 min | 2 years ago

"george murison" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Thank God, the NFL's here. I just hope every game isn't like that disgusting performance last night. But we'll get into that. Of course, sitting across from me, Mr. GD sharp. We got some great guests, George Murison. The gentle giant was supposed to be joining us first segment, but I spoke to him last night. And he told me that he is travelling so we might have to get Mr. George Murison on next week. However, I think this is a pretty good consolation prize. Love this guy. One of the best coaches to me that that's been around the sport of basketball for a very long time. Great analyst, and he's actually coaching a USA basketball team. And one of the game's going to be a Cox pavilion. Jeff Van Gundy. Coach Jeff and Andy will be joining us at the bottom of the hour. So you wanna stay tuned for that a lot of questions for Jeff Van Gundy coming up, so stay tuned for that JD. My man it is Friday. We were watching the game. We're over over at morning out with Ken Thompson watching the game last night at McFadden. Did I say make moms? I'm sorry is the place Orleans near the Orleans, which is another great pub, by the way. But yeah time except for watching the game. It was absolute torture. It was terrible at what was going on. But these two quarterbacks are you guys watching this game? These are supposed to be two teams to Super Bowl contenders. Both quarterback sucked. It was awful. Just a terrible performance. Weird game. What do you make of this first game with your? I don't care whether the the game came down the last couple of seconds. It was horribly played football game. Was it not you really really sloppy game. It's almost like the two teams or the NFL or the teams of the players on the teams are a little distracted by what's going on with Colin Kaepernick and everything right now. They just see bitch is very very sloppy. It wasn't a fun game to him mean. It was a fun game to watch for wasn't a good game to watch for granted is the first game this season. And I understand that. But I definitely got some distracting vibes from it. Also, I guess it was the the lowest rated game since two thousand and nine for the NFL. Really? That's interesting. That's what the internet told me to do. It's an interesting segue. When you mentioned Colin Kaepernick, that's why you're pro. It's a good segue because a very popular UFC fighter by the name of. Tyron Woodley made some comments that are really pissing me off today. And I think they're taking off a lot of people. Because I I, you know, I grew up idolizing, you know, a lot of those boxers out there my dad it was Mohammed Ali. And there are a lot of people out there. Idolized this guy. Right. He was not only one of the greatest boxers ever, but he did so much for so many people. Well, you have see champ. Tyron Woodley says he loves it Nike signed Capra neck. Okay. That's not a surprise. That's fine. He says, it's inspiring and brave. And then he says he strongly believes the quarterback is continuing the legacy of Muhammad Ali. That's right. Putting Colin Kaepernick Mohammed Ali in the same sentence. He goes on to say when Mohammed Ali died. I think capper Nick took the torch. My question is does this guy have any idea? What Muhammad Ali did what in the end. What is it that Colin Kaepernick digital raise some money for charity? Yes. You say he brought awareness by by taking any is there. Anybody out there that didn't think that there were issues between law enforcement and minorities. Is there anybody out to see that's what I don't understand about this whole thing raising awareness taking a knee people know, it's about action. And to put Muhammad Ali in the same sentence as Colin Kaepernick to me. Anyway. Is a shot in the face to Mohammed Ali his saw Colin Kaepernick has no Mohammed Ali first of all. Let's just start with from a sports perspective. Okay. Colin Kaepernick is a second rate backup quarterback in the NFL. He had one good year one and he made it to a Super Bowl. Not because he has this phenomenal quarterback because they had a fantastic defense. K? That's why they made it to a Super Bowl. When people think Colin Kaepernick twenty thirty fifty years now, they're going to say, wow. One of the greatest football players of all time. Wow. Look at what he did for African Americans. No, I don't think people are going to say that for one hundred years two hundred years from now forever. They're going to be saying that about Mohammed Ali. They're not going to be saying that about Colin Kaepernick. Okay. By the way. Did you see the commercial? I did watch it for the first time. The Colin Kaepernick commercial. It was it was okay. I mean, he brings up a lot of these athletes like LeBron James and three limbs. Okay. That's fine. I don't have a problem that commercial could be inspiring to some people. I think Colin Kaepernick sounds like an idiot when he talks, that's just my opinion. But you know, fine. Good commercial. I hope it inspires people. I hope Nike loses a lot of money. But I hope it inspires people. I do is there anybody out there. I know I'm going on a tangent. Here. I'm going on another Shapiro Vegas. Take tangent. I know that is there anybody out there that thinks that Cowan capper next name should be used in the same sentence as Muhammad Ali. Do you agree with Toronto Woodley? When he says that when Muhammad Ali died, Colin Kaepernick took the torch. Is there anybody out there? Agree or disagree. I'll take any calls a two five seven five three nine six. Is there anybody in their right mind that thinks Cowan Capra neck and Mohammed Ali should be compared to one another. And is anyone think that's Ron Woodley should be drug tested again in the UFC before his next fight? Yeah. I do. I do. It's scary to me JD that there are people out there that actually think this way that think that Colin Kaepernick is this hero. He some sort of hero to people out there. I get it. I understand, you know, you know, taking the knee. I do believe he cares about this issue. I've always said that I think is hard as in the right place. It's not his fault that people are paying him. Now, I'm not faulting him for that. But amazing me that there are professional athletes out there like tyrod Woodley. There are people out there that think this way that are calling him the next coming. Comparing him to Muhammad Ali of all people. It's it's laughable. I know you're laughing. It's laughable, you're not laughing at me, very very laugh. Okay. Yeah. But the thing is there are other athletes out there that feel the same way. It's an insult to Muhammad Ali. It's an insult to his family and his legacy. When you bring up a guy like Colin Kaepernick. Again, I get it. He's donated some money to organizations to this issue. I salute him for doing that financially. He's going to be just fine. He just signed a one million dollar contract to write a book. God knows how much money Nike is paying this guy right now. I don't even wanna know because make me want to throw up. Okay. I get it. Serena Williams, LeBron James all those guys legends in their sports legend. Serena Williams is going to go down is probably the best female tennis player of all time. I don't buy the fact that the best in that commercial collinses best athlete of all time. No come on. Gimme a break. There's absolutely no parody and women's tennis. She's still going to go down is probably the best female tennis player of all time. The best athlete of all time, including men in that. Nope. Sorry. Don't agree with that one nothing to take way from Serena. She's incredible. She's not the best athlete of all time to five seven five. Three nine six is the number to call seven zero two two five seven five three hundred sixties comments that came out to Ron Woodley UFC champs saying that Colin Kaepernick got taken over the reins or he said took the torch when Mohammed Ali died. I think it is just absurd. Absolutely absurd. Comments by this guy who have never been a fan of in the first place. Look, there's a lot of athletes out there. I'm not big fans of the stupid things. They say, right. I'm not. Very true. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, who who was it in the NBA that said he believed the earth was flat that was kyri, Kyrie Irving. Yeah. Another brilliant. Another brilliant, comet let's go to the phone lines. Again, you want to give us a call two five seven five three nine six. Let's go to JD the how about that named JD. Let's go to J D J D. Thanks for calling in what's up by man. This is juvenile delinquent. All I can think of when you when you talk about kaffir. I I have a euphemism. For is Jim Brown. Brown about eighty years old Brown's been doing things for this country for the black athletes for black people probably fifty years, I believe hand, and he's done it in in a way that you hardly hear about it. He's probably done thousand times more than capper deck will ever do in his life. Well, you know, what that's the thing. You know, Jim Brown. Do you think he did it because he wanted recognition? Do you think he did it because he wanted a Nike contract? Do you think he did it, you know, for the recognition and to write a book about no he didn't? He did it because I believe he genuinely cares more about the issues. And again, I I hate to talk about what's in Colin Kaepernick heart because we don't know. And I do think he does care about this issue. But you talk about Brown and cabinet two completely different people. Just like Muhammad Ali, right? J D R marmot early. Again, you can't put this guy anywhere in the same century Hamad Ali. And I go back to Jim Brown again. I don't I don't know his motives, I I don't know what his heart. What I do know is that he was I believe he was adopted by a white couple in Wisconsin. Correct. Raised in a in a great community. He got a great education at the university of Reno you in our. And he got a great shot in the NFL, and he blew it. And the first thing he has to do is when he got benched is rely on race. And that's a week each week knee. I don't disagree with that JD. Thank you so much for calling and good call my friend have a good one. Great name. All right. Thanks jaydee. Appreciate it. Well, look if we're talking about the timing. You could you could question that two five seven five three nine six again. The number to call to five seven five three nine six. I am not to die. I'm not gonna take it a step further and say that cap predicted this just because he was benched. I'm not gonna say cabernet did it because of the timing. You can question it. I think it's fair to question. Why didn't he do this when he was playing for Nevada? Reno. Why didn't he do it when he was a Super Bowl quarterback? You can make those you you could ask those questions, and I think those questions are fair, but I'm not really going there. I'm going to say his heart is in the right place. But stop it with the, you know, like, the commercial just stop it with sacrificing everything can we stop it. And then when when people bring up Pat Tillman, and I've heard this over the course of the last couple of days when you bring Pat Tillman to somebody who supports you. I don't know the story about Pat Tillman now, I'll tell you the story about Pat Tillman he wanted to serve this country. He.

"george murison" Discussed on Bunny Ears

Bunny Ears

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"george murison" Discussed on Bunny Ears

"I mean, I never really did slapshot. I never such either. Yeah, very Canadian. Yeah. I mean Canadian because it's ha-gi, but I never. I never saw till eight years later, and I was like, it's fun. Yeah. Check. I watch it later. I was more of a Mighty Ducks guy, but he says, look at that one. That one's pretty read. Recently. My friends we're trying to think of. I was like, there was a baseball movie the air up there. There's I've loved the folk and Arab there. The air they have ever been to Africa recruit aside, try. Prince Ray the, they're great. My giant sports movie newer, immerse off though. George Murison who's now dead, right? No, no, I think he's still kicking still. Yeah, seven, seven. This airplane count because of cream of because of sports. All right. Fair enough. Unless you if the sport. What was just going to say, no, I love the Arab there. That's a good call medicine. Oh, the movie wisdom. So I was like, there was a kid's baseball movie. It was so weird because the rookie of the year was when the kid breaks arm and becomes a Galveston, all of his picture. Yeah, I was like, there is definitely a baseball movie where the kid doesn't play, but he gets inherit the team. That's that's the angels. The outfield little big league. Little big, go, thank you. I misspoke. He'd be the the man degeneracy twinge of twins and they lose at the end of the season. Good poll, dude, bad news bears vendors that was gonna. I love. I love how crass and how. Curse curse word. Modern day ears would not ever ever ever remake know exactly. Richard Linklater, goodness, looking like, you know, you need the these dirty ass like kinda get kids with the Matthau character does. He does not want to be there and he just cusses up a storm. I like so many sports movies there, resume tin, Cup. Like for some reason that Rene Russo Celtic pride. Oh my God. She's never that. Yes, I do keep everyone's ten Aykroyd Daniel stir no Stanek Wade. It's degrom general stern kidnap Cuna way yet. Pretty much the call Malone look character and they kidnap them the day before a game seven of the final and time up to their chair in their living room. That one's good Ed. Do you remember Ed isn't that the. No, you're thinking of Ed TV which is good. It's a Whoopie Goldberg one where she land Gela. Yup. And she's, she's a super fainted becomes head coach of the Knicks, but she rides on the horse shit. No, actually it was a lot of NBA players including leaks Sealy or IP. All right, good. Poll. What sports haven't gotten movies there is. So there is a lacrosse movie because I was like, whatever happened to Brandon Ruth, remember that it's superman. Yeah, I was like, what is he up to. Here's tomorrow. Yup. Now he's, he's a seizes. We'd rate on legends tomorrow. I think Palmer, I as rape Palmer. Yeah. Yeah, I've met him what he was totally charming and nice. I like him. This is not Germanized, but he did a directed lacrosse movie called like horse feathers about like a white guy coming to a native American reservation and teaching them how to cross well. And I was like, I think that's literally the only lacrosse movie ever made yet. Geez. I mean, I it. It's like a dense with wolves, but with. What is it. Let's see. What are some other? Oh, what's the one with with Matt LeBlanc and baseball pansy guy. I think that what had Ed in the title, that's kind of what I'm thinking to keep on hearing Ed in my head was just called Ed also pitcher, and he's got a monkey. Swing third base, the monkey plays like third base, but yet keeping hearing Ed in my head that was Ed. Okay. That one was Eddie than what was. Name of the Eddie. We're missing an edit and we've got the cartoon TV Nettie folks. You've got, you've got a movie.

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"george murison" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"george murison" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"So, yeah, I mean, I think that you know, like George Murison I think it's any time there's a predator that can smell well within a mile of it. That group of sloth is wiped out. Well, that's an interesting question. Paul, you're asserting that, but I don't think the Arkle archaeological record reflects exactly or I guess the paleontological record reflects exactly how the giant sloth smelled. Maybe for example, it smelled like ferns and goodness knows there were plenty of ferns arou-. At the time refers everywhere. So if an let's say scully's of them, let's say you're a dire wolf. Yeah, or sabertooth tiger. Okay. So when you acted like you hadn't been to the LA brea tar pits, you were just waiting to show me your LA brea profound. Go there. Every air. I said, save it for the air because we're trying. We're trying to talk about more sounds. It sounds to me like you actually have thought this out. I should explain that Paul and I bet two hundred dollars. So. Brats aren't very bad color of money re. So I guess growing up, I went to the libretto many times I live close and it's still it's still if you know if look from having a rough day, like I like way better than your average dinosaur thing. I love it. I, it is so cool. Here's the, I feel like there's a fundamental betrayal at the heart of the LA brea tar pits. And I think you'll find that as excited as you are about the LeBron tarp pets and as nostalgic as Jordan is about the LeBron carpets. I am not nuts about the Libre targets. I think that the LA brea tar pits present to a surprise. Of Dyno's then deliver sloth. I see. I I've seen plenty of Daigneault's. Sure. Yes, right. And I am. Okay. The slots are not the most interesting, but the all the other things are. Okay. I do like the thing where you grab a pole sticking out of muck it. Yeah, and you lifted up and down and they're like, this is what trap you Jack off tar. It's an empathy machine and it's got a little break. Carpet says that amazing, you know, display outside where they have a tar pit that was just that's been there. And they have these ceramic mammoths and they're trapped, and there's a baby reaching out with its trunk. Mommy or daddy. I think it's a daddy judging by the tusks, but I don't wanna say for sure. So, yeah, it's got this amazing. Like I con ACC display outside, and I think and I'm when I listen Jesse the first time I went to the char pills. I probably disappointed that there were no Dyno's sure. But now I see nobody likes being lied to. I know I don't think anyone's lying to anyone diagnose are available elsewhere. Yes. Many places available is the connection is the intermediate period Vang dinosaurs got Syria and the fact that. This cauldron of bubbling trap life is is it just gives you perspective on the ancient -ness of the continent, right? The preposterousness of national borders or state borders, and. You know, it appears that we had to work together to extinct these creatures. Here's, here's, here's my concern about what you are serving yard. You say nobody's lying to anyone. I can see why. If you watch you hours law cover a lot of ground podcast. Why's your bits Laughlin not a wasted second tight you the tightest two hours podcasting, Jordan, you say that nobody's like anyone? Yeah. Have you turned on c. span lately? True. They. What what physician could take this? Say these days. Have you got role that shows the cosmos exploding. The left and right to left and then and then it's like, and then man back to space. We did it. Yeah, you cosmos? I wish I don't know if I didn't have time to go to the store, but I would like a reproduction of that is it called man's dominance of this. Yes. In parentheses, giant sloth. And I think that I think you're writing. I think if you'd only have a a casual knowledge of, you know, prehistory..

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"george murison" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast

The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"george murison" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast

"I think it's awesome yeah that's cool his ambi we're still waiting for this next season probably have to wait like a year and a half i ever gonna finish the book and it's going to be awful but vote jet or giant i totally forgot about this and i know you always do segment josh your not the ruler in making the decision but i'm just curious what is the giant giant though like they saying it's a mythical figure they talking about like the right into that when you said mythical figures like yes i looked mineral but seriously i'm just what your offer my opinion i don't wanna sway the public so what about sims this thing about saying what is giant i i it's it's a a i think it's a large i think of one that's what i always thought the george murison standing on shawn bradley shoulders exactly that's why you know fourteen feet it also says it could be a star relatively great size luminosity china stars just as giant other meanings under giant it's basically telling you it's this force that's so great that certainly jet can overcome at dictionary dot com you're saying that it's just an adjective it's just so it could have been the philadelphia awesome it's like new york giants it's like god this is just a physical being out there that controls all i'm trying to look at pictures of the jets now i will say oh but see there's different logos here like the one in nineteen sixty looks like a fighter pilot i'm seeing just the way planes looked in nineteen sixty but now i'm seeing the other ones that just looks like a plane yeah you don't have guns there's never been guns coming out of the jets gay they're talking about the new york jets because there's a lot of the one i think that's the one i think of two looks like a seven thirty seven boeing you're in trouble bombs you can carry a seven thirty seven boeing drop them from above all right guys thank you so much we're gonna be back on monday this is it this is are you kidding me did you have anything else you want to your chest we first of all one second we do i think like.

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"george murison" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"george murison" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Couple of dry singh looking dude ever see if i have not always dude and giant george mere asano about how a little bit who was a horrible movie with a billy crystal and george murison member dan remember day skip all no no no those are that the south park out okay my giant i think is what was called okay george muresan's in billy crystal what affleck missed that one ball bond if you take a look at bulb on aids on these in interesting looking dude they also get a firstround draft pick protected lotteryprotected i believe in a second round pick as well detroit cleveland tonight then you've got the story of the knicks and joe came noah and who the hell knows what's going on here the next or not going to buy 'em out he's not coming back right now was there an altercation with jeff hornacek were not really sure in terms of actual basketball mike these are the last to clips these are the kristaps porzingis ones we got the trade deadline obviously approaching and he wants to know he wants the knicks i would say all in but he wants them to add as opposed to subtract and make deals he wants to know if he's enemy conversations with the organization about it now well i think i think they know the know i wanna read wilson and us that selling them on go and they're lloyds banking now i know they're 21 in 2008 i think it is not sure 22 and 28 now guy i'm not sure exactly where it is in the standings though there science in the car how many games out are they number one number two would you think a move could get them today at six seven eight spot because that's what he wants he wants experience for going forward i mean woody given authority given up takes so we trade more paolino i i don't know i don't want to do that what are the chances of winning an nba championship julia zero okay so that's all that's all you need nearby get into the playoffs will be fun his point is he would like.

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