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"george steel" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

08:05 min | 3 months ago

"george steel" Discussed on KTRH

"You hear me talk about. Questions and answers that are already recorded video clips. Copies of the TV show, which we had the final episode of Season three yesterday, and so it is posted where you can watch it as well. There is the asked him button where you can send an email questions which we'll get to some of those here today as well, all kinds of helpful information and it's always being kept up. It's always being updated. So go there often T h i pro dot com. It's a resource to help you out. That's what it's there for, and it's free of charge, so why not take advantage of it? But It's time to take calls and answer questions. In order for that to happen. You have to pick up the phone and call me so 713 to 12587 for that. 713 to 12 5874 or 8669370003 and I'll see what I can do to help you out here on Texas home Improvement your total home proven source. And I'm going to start with an email question. This comes from Patrick in East Bernard. He says. Howdy. Jim is an existing concrete garage slab strong enough to pour an additional three inches on top of it to make the slab flush with the existing house elevation for a new room expansion. I'll listen to your show for an answer, Patrick Absolutely. Now Here's the one that you do want to look at. And and I always throw this out there on Capping concrete If the concrete is shot to begin with. When you pour concrete on top of concrete, the cracks will transfer through overtime. But As Faras regular Concrete garage slab being able handle, pouring and additional three inches on top to make it level with the rest of the house and stuff. That is not an issue. You shouldn't have any problems with it at all. Now. Typically the only houses where you gotta worry about cracks in our World War two type houses, they a lot of times didn't have. Rebar or any type of reinforcing in the concrete and so they can separate and get some pretty big cracks. Some of the houses that were built in the fifties and really the We're seeing more and more of them from the seventies, where they used just the wire mesh the wire mesh. Isn't holding up. It's it was under the concrete. Rusting out. We're starting to see problems with some of that as well. But in general, absolutely. You can cap it one thing I would recommend. Put a fiber reinforcing in the concrete. That way. You're not having a late rebar out or anything on top, but that will add reinforcing. Yes, it makes it a little fuzzy on the surface that wears off. And if you're gonna put flooring over it anyways. Who cares? You don't have to worry about the fuzziness so absolutely cap it and you'll have no problems with that at all. Ah, lot of times. It's the weight that people worry about. Your slab won't know the difference. Not not an issue at all. Got a question 713 to 125874 or 8669370003 We're going to go to Champions Forest and Mac. Welcome to Texas home improvement. You made something? Yes, sir. Go ahead. Ah Wei had a hail storm in May of This year and Some of the song the top, have the pockmarks own it. And I have a metal roof. Out on one of those 10 years. Some of the single Are separating about an A to 1/4 of an inch. If you look up there Describe him. On the roof. Where they opened up their where water might Low in inside the roof. And I'm wondering if This is going to require a new roof. It's George Steel Roof. Yeah, it could if it was damaged enough from the Hale, now, normally a steel roof. It's if it's properly installed. It'll take a hail beating. It'll get full of dense and stuff and still not leak. So it's unless something Was missed. When they did the installation. You should be okay. But the part that is bothering me is the fact that you're saying there is some separation that wasn't there before. That is an indication. Yeah, it could be a problem. I would look, it would describe me as the main structure will damage Yeah, It's got structural damage, then. Yeah, You're probably going to be looking at a at a new Rufus well, and you know, quite frankly, that's what we carry Insurance for. But give the guys over a guard in roofs all Going left. Systems. And the number is 877 Hey, okay 77637 637 43 80 Okay. Guardian roof. Yes. All right. Then we call in and don't come out and take a look and tell you you know what's going on, and it doesn't cost anything to get that looked at All right. They can handle I understand that your Lord will has been so the company so But they still make the roof. All the single MIA. Okay. Thank you very much. You bet You take care. Brother. Yeah, that's one of those. One of those things you have got to get it looked at because now and this is for everybody when you have roof damage. You typically have a year to file a claim from a hail storm. And and wants the insurance gets involved. They come out. They do their investigation stuff You've got another year. You actually do the work and you can even get an extension on that. So Typically when it's hail damage like that. I'm going to tell you Don't get In a rush far too often. People want to hire somebody to come out and put that new roof on tomorrow, because Oh, my gosh, I've got hail damage. Most of time unless it is severe. You're not gonna have leaks anyways. Is it something he shortened? The life span of the roof? Absolutely isn't something that's going to look bad? Absolutely. Don't get overly concerned about having to have it done tomorrow. Take the time. Get the right people out there to take a look at it. And you know, like, Like I just said guardian roof systems. If you're in Houston, that is absolutely the company to call. Dallas. Carrington roofing that is who you want to call for All your roofing needs on though they'll get you taken care of, and let me tell you Finding a good roofing contractor is probably the hardest contractor to find. Because it is so simple for people to say, I'm a roof for there's just like I'm in foundation impair plumbing and air conditioning. Will plumbing and air conditioning are licensed industries. They're regulated foundation repair your making a.

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"george steel" Discussed on The All New Dennis Miller Option

The All New Dennis Miller Option

08:46 min | 11 months ago

"george steel" Discussed on The All New Dennis Miller Option

"And and the mother fucker he's he's one right now at wrestling George Steel and a training Bra and this mother fucker and they believe so. Don't you think she'd be reduced to tears if she had to guard hard a woman with a penis in shorts during the World Cup. You should be for Trans Rights. Then I don't it's all talking. Aj Benza and a J. He has his own podcast. I want everybody to send their threatening letters. Aj Benz is famous bitch. What else's up in the world? Aj What are you notice. That's drawing your I R- I noticed Listen I love women. I've got wonderful wife. I love my my daughter. My suburbs raised by T.. Three Sisters Mother Aunt and grandmother in the same house but everything now is being given to women. They get every award that you see the People Title People Magazine's people of the year were four. Women Taylor Swift Jaylo. Of course the sainted wanted Michelle Obama. And I'm forgetting some other idiot Jennifer Aniston because she's on that TV show newsroom that no one watches and everything is boiled down to how they're just so superior Syrian. What they do you know? Michelle is the most famous memoirs of all time thirty million dollars for her memoirs Aniston plays a woman on that show. Who's yes you don't goes up against the male counterpart Matt Lauer type? Jaylo plays a stripper for God's sake and she's being lauded as a person of the year. What Bill Gates didn't do anything? The Rock usually has good years. How about you on? Musk doing these guys making fucking rockets can we you you know. Jj I have to ask you something. I'm intrigued by this because at age. Sixty six. I've officially reached a cusp line in my life. Where I won't argue it anymore. Because it's not worth the headache to me now. I think if anybody was If anybody was open minded they'd say well we do live in in a time. Where boxes need to be checked? And it seems like every aspect of our day to day life has shot through the prism of some injustice or are some writing and injustice through social justice behavior. And I look at it. I don't think it's worth rally at right now because I'm telling you there are a lot of people. Four out there with Lebanon hearts who wish you ill if they deny his loving is the ice. I hear you all the time you know at parties how you do not want I answer the question. You gotta go to the bathroom. You excuse yourself I get it. That's the right career thing to do not even career because Mike Careers. Listen I'm in the day Newmont. Aw fully aware of that I. I always said to myself. When my career began to ebb I was never gonNa give them that moment where I was surprised by that had a great run but I am in the day new mall? I've vectored into the glide path for the runway and I'm GonNa Planet Data and be happy with it but it is for my life that I won't get into these things because you're never going to change their mind and indeed there's so much hate out there on the loving side that it's not worth it's not worth my moment sending more career considering a now I I well to me you know. I'm still Jay Leno ripping through the TV guide can the seventy S. And and that's what I'm seeing every day and I call a spade is babe when I think a women's being mistreated or what have you. I'm rather than aside but you know I just can't stand the fact that everything candor but man you must face some headaches. I was thinking how far out of I remember in. Maybe when you were back in New York I went to see performance. The elephant with a cat named Philip Bangla. mm-hmm Torch himself. Instead of wearing prosthetics. It was an amazing thing. He just Contorted himself the whole two hour and a half hour play and I look at US snow and I think we are contorted ourselves. The point where why are many of the story times. I don't even know how we got to a point where a three hundred pound transvestite is for for kids. In second grade is due time. The kids are puzzled. About for God's sakes they haven't uneven had their stock when I was in eighth grade. But I'm looking at people in second grade I wouldn't they. What do they make of this? I I I go through with my kids I was. I was fascinated several years back where I started to notice. There are some trends trans kids in schools and I I would take a coach coach. My son say is so and so you know girl and my son like it's no big deal which is fantastic the next generation. It is the most kind considerate accepting generation to me. I find it fascinating that Cindy is now Sam and no one made fun of that kid you the shit we used to get into school. Your offer the good talking about adults who are transvestites. Picture the thinking. Why can't you just for or a day? Come in and read the story. Yeah how does it turn in to John. Waters the divide. You know what I mean. That's the person I was looking at look like that. I'm thinking I know the kids even here see spot run when they're looking up and you know thinking This is a semantic. The kids were just kids. I know and there was a sprite commercial recently. where I don't know there's a parent is breast tape wrapping wrapping their daughters breast? Because she's going to go out and be the boy she feels. She is and this whole commercial for sprite has nothing to do with Soda. It's about about your child. Being accepted into group he or she wants to be accepted. And I don't I just can't fathom being a kid watching commercials now and how do you do you see it does it. Does it get into your head that charts a soda short does. That's why you have such young kids saying for God's Sakes it tells calls me how odd the culture is that you can't even wait to listen safeguard your kid. Love Your Kids Shepherd your kids through if the kid makes a decision a little later age. But you're reading about people who are eight years. Yeah kids who are eight years old. And they're already prepping for a transgender life. And I'm telling sorry I just don't want it isn't an and the you know it's always. It's always the liberal parents who you think would have these children. The ones who do. Are you shocked at that Cynthia. Nixon has a Trans Child. Are you shocked at Shelley's thrown has a transgender on not. I'd be shocked if the chain. Yeah I never shot by. WHO's Trans Child's parent is? It always figures to me but thank God my daughter like I said fifteen. She gets me and she's kind of cutting through this crap and I started giving her. We were having fun with the new Disney Channel Disney plus and how they've put put these disclaimers up about the old shows. The old movies have depicted blacks a certain way and okay. That's fine but then I said well look we gotta get into lady and the TRAMP. Because I don't. The kiss was consensual. I mean the way trampling over and pushed his meatball toward lady. Doctor with those he calls being her. At least Lance you got it thank God. That's all that's left. They have to get it and I sat shiva would jimmy. Cricket Hobart Jiminy Kamini Monarch Butterfly. I was there the whole fucking process we said. Can I keep the top stories. Of course you Madonna's new tour. Here's yes exactly. He looks great he looks he alright. Aj It's good to have you brother. And like I said. I admire your candor. I'm an old beaten. You would've loved me when I was in my prime at the garden at one point that's climbing Priscilla. I was a thing of beauty but I just add the time for it but I'm glad you're out there fighting it brother. Aj Bedrooms Fame Bitch podcast available on Apple podcast everywhere else. Merry Christmas Chris. My friends talk disown. He's sewn AJ always like talking. Oh boy I always think. Aj We'll we'll he's so unguarded about things he'll say sometimes and justifiably. I don't think any of its shattering but I do think it's candidate time. We're candor isn't favored. I always think what does he know that. He can't say because I can't imagine and running in those circles the things that he has to sit on because of just too hot too hot all.

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"george steel" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:25 min | 1 year ago

"george steel" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"New York and your dad was a professional hockey player. He played with the New York Rangers. What of all the early influences on you? Well it's actually not really kinda right. I was born in New York where my dad's Rangers but I actually grew up in Winnipeg Canada which which is as you know. It's a very hardy part of the country and gets to minus forty miners. Sticky degree weather and I grew up very very tough as a result. And that's physically and mentally because when it's that cold you know through walking outside of your house you're basically taking your life in your hands and I I think one of the reasons why I always had the nasty and the courage and the one mindedness to to go for for what was that I wanted to do because I was a kid. I wanted to be in a rock and roll band and I wanted to be arrest. Those are the two things that I wanted to do. This is what I wanted to make my living on and people thought I was insane Wanted to do one of those things. He's never mind both. Nobody's done that before and I'm sure people thought was forcing Egger was crazy. When he said he wanted to be the biggest bodybuilding the biggest movie star of all time so once in a while? Now if you have enough You know if you have enough to ask you believe in yourself and have enough heart and having a goals you can make it happen you know. Just follow those dreams and that's alleys did cause for whatever reason. These are the two things that I wanted to do. And I was GONNA been by Hook or by Crook make it happen. What was it about Owen? Hart that grabbed your attention. I think a couple of things one I grew up in Winnipeg like I said and when I was watching you know w the Koga steamboat. It seemed like those guys on another planet planet. Because I didn't really know New York City was had been there years. I didn't know where Dallas so what Chicago was Los Angeles. But I knew Calgary because I'd been America. It's like twelve hours away from one pegging own worked for stampede wrestling. which is his family business and He was very agile in the ring Acrobats that's and just everything that I that I really enjoyable recipe. Because I wasn't a big guy you know and neither was he but he proved that you could go up there and be the champion and do all of these high highflying exciting things. And the fact that he was in Calgary a place that I knew existed actually knew how to get. There just made him a lot more attainable to me. In a lot more relatable I know working with wrestling at a young age at that particular time a little bit like running away joining the circus. Of course it was. And that's what I'm saying. Now you're talking to Chris Jericho six-time deputy champion all the pomp and circumstance. The one I I decided I wanted to get interesting. You know in the early nineties you might as well said I was going to run away to be. It's going to become a source wall or mine for something like that. You know it was just like. There's no way you're wakes you small and how you're supposed to do that. You're never gonNA make it happen and that was my point. Is that you know I know how to do this. How does a fifteen year old kid? From from the middle of the North The fairyland Manitoba decided decided he wants to be a lesser decides. He wants to be in a rock and roll band. And how do you do that when you do. So I mean th there was always a lot of resistance and a lot of you. You know how you're supposed to do this and I just went about it the only here and you're there was this little company dad. You're the guy who was the promoter and got me a job on the ring crew and that's kind of how it all started You know you get your foot weather. It's like anything else. You GotTa start somewhere and build your way up the ladder and I was fortunate enough to get that job doing the ring cruises. I've learned the watch right off. The bad about what wrestling wasn't what it wasn't. It wasn't as glamorous as it says that expected it to And that's that's learn getting show business and all areas that you're the moments moments where you're on. TV or in the in the glory positions are great. But it's usually the other twenty three and a half hours of the day that you have to feel that you go crazy from all the trials and tribulations feeler. There were a couple of guys that really gave early pointers in your career and that was catfish Charlie and Caveman Broda. Tell me a little bit about these. This guys man. I mean all the stuff that you're talking about. It's all stuff that I had my first book which was like years and years and years ago but just local local guys that never really made it That were just doing this just tour. You know this this northern tour and if I think one of them from Winnipeg one of them is from like Minneapolis or something like that and you know like I said it was. It was the It was like watching the movie the wrestler before the movie the Wrestler came out. Guys is that had this dream that never had achieved it. And we're still holding on or guys were just doing a kind of as weekend warriors or guys that had past their prime and would you. You know you had no other way to make their income so they were still you know wanting to do wrestling in high school gyms in his many armories could. There's nothing wrong with that on the way up. I just down that you know on the way down at decided early on I would never want to get to that point position so you know you you learn a lot of lessons when you're that young and like I said it really kind of opened the curtain and showed what the real world of proactive especially on the on the small level or really was all about. I'm going to date myself a little bit here because I know this is is a part of the the history of wrestling but as a kid. I used to go visit my grandparents in Parkersburg. West Virginia at work in the city parks selling popcorn and coke at various sporting events and I remember when the wrestlers came through town. It was gorgeous George and George Steel and others like that and how chaotic it was to be able to watch it. As I'm selling saw soft drinks and popcorn take me back to October. Second Nineteen Ninety Moose Hall in Pinocchio Alberta. Well I mean you know it was it was it was my first match and it was like you said the Nokia Moose. All which is pretty much Is what it sounds. It was like some kind of a little veteran's hall that Some local Rotary Club was putting on a wrestling show. Whatever it was and that's where I had my first match and there's probably hundred people there but I remember going out there and I think I got the reaction of some kids? They dropped an elbow on somebody. Some T- to do it again and again. The kids felt like. Oh my gosh like I am the master of puppets all these all. These kids are super excited to see me just a little bit or something like that and it's of the hundred or so people but that's the experiences that you have like. I said when you're first starting out with with with you know anything that you have this stunningly unattainable goal and I try and show. It's the same when you're a stand up comedian and it was the same way I started by band or when I even when I I did that. So the stars I write about in in in the best in the world. It'll how You know here you are the champion of your top of your game. Six time champion you out there with any winners and you know sugary landed. Boxing champions and You know the recording artists who have platinum albums on wall etcetera etcetera and all of you of buses right back down to buck private. Where he's doing something for the first time ever and not really sure if you're going to be any good at it and training for dancing with the stars was just as hard as training for wrestling was as far as you know of the athleticism that you need to nasty that you need and you really got to focus in on it because it's no joke? I mean you know learning how to dance dance. Actually you try it for a day and you realize just hard it is and I think after that I can you show. I mean the first dance I ever did. My Life was the cha-cha from twenty five million people on dancing with the stars and I was done I didn't get torn apart by the by the judges and then people actually seem to enjoy it. And then you get the confidence four from it and then you don't really focusing. I'm like okay now that I know I can do this or at least I have actually that I knew I can. I can steal really start making a good and it was the same thing when I I I like. I said that confidence is anything any athlete will tell you. When you get that confidence you can go up there and and beat anybody if you don't have that confidence it doesn't matter what you do? You'RE GONNA lose Chris We only have about thirty seconds before we have to break here but the name Jericho it came from a music influence right. Yeah there was a German metal band called Halloween And they're they're album was called the walls of Jericho kind of had to think of a name like in five minutes just one day before my first match Chris. Jericho like all right Jericho. So I've had it ever since we're talking with Chris Jericho. His third book is out. It's called the best in the world at what I have no idea and when we come back on the other side we'll talk more about this book and there are some interesting aspects of Chris's life in this book Especially about the feud with Shawn Michaels. Most wrestling fans know that we carry a show on our network which we started here. Wrestling Observer live in West Wrestling Observer serving newsletter and he was named a wrestler of the year two years in a row. Also you heard him mention about the dancing with the stars. I've always had a great appreciation for people apple that come out of their comfort level and then go in and do something that maybe they've never done before especially the football players because it's very easy to get embarrassed in front of millions of millions of people and we'll talk with Chris about that as well. We continue across the country and around the world. We've got you on sports byline packages for living a gas powered Mercedes Benz sprinter delivers transport. People a sprinter band with zero percent financing is a five star idea if food.

"george steel" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"george steel" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"Of approving proven themselves, a smaller territories in the independent circuit was a was a keeper. And, you know, he was like I said, if his work in the ring had wouldn't he faded away, which is a long time to come 'cause he's still we still wrestles. That he would be a great teacher as he's thrown out to be so. But until he said he wanted to leave he didn't understand, you know, you can't he's hits committed for three years, and we're paying him for three years. And so we didn't have any desire to break precedent and say, okay, we're going to turn a guy loose a year early because he wants out because that would open the door for everybody to, to one out. And then, of course, a lot of that times, those issues Conrad or gosh, wanted to position sells for better money deal that, that may have been a may have been con- seasonably analysis reason, but he was he was he was very much valued. I here we are in the middle of the major league baseball season. Allah's like a very talented multi skill utility player and those guys are invaluable. Well, and the story is really, really awesome. I can't recommend. His book enough go out of your way to check it out. You can get it on Amazon, or candle or anywhere. Else's called self-help life lessons from the bizarre wrestling career of Al snow as far as wrestling books. Go. It's really, really good. And it's everywhere Barnes and noble target. And while you're picking up books, he's pickup slobber knocker to right Jim absolutely baby needs new shoes. I Allison me a Coffey's book in he not been French for long time. And I really proud of his effort in the book is it is not a typical wrestling book. It's a book about life, that everybody can relate to seriously and Conrad's route be spot on this deal. I got a copy of it about two or three months ago, I thought it was exceptional and glad als doing. Well, they're VW and, and nothing could nice. What he's he deserves. He works hard. Let's talk a little bit about the news and notes at the time weed killer report that the front office had made some cutbacks in late may firing longtime ring announcer Bill on a former AC w hype central host Lance right? Who I guess had been with you guys for a while a long time employee. In the art department in two other office workers. And also, the duties of George steel, and Jay strongbow were cut back with only one how show per night, they weren't needed as much, but have been kept on board either way..

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"george steel" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"george steel" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"It was like are you fat? Or are you willing to put on a Speedo willing to put on spanks get out there and eat bed? Turnbuckle George steel. Come up with the gimmick. And you're in. Everyone has pants fit. Here's my question can Mike. We're by just get bought a beer anywhere in Canada. Like Labatt's anywhere. He goes. It's so funny. You bring him out because he's he's been a sad story. Because really see won the master's three. It's basically been downhill ever since injuries. But he had yesterday in the round the best round. He's had since twenty thirteen and it was only even far, but it was still like got through it. Yeah. He didn't have to withdraw. So. Yeah. Percent. I was just sitting still to this day all the sporting events of watched in my life seen him win. The masters was top three most Shadrach ping things. I've ever seen in my life right up there with Buster Douglas, Mike, a huge upset and also like for a Canadian golfer for a lefty ESE Mickelson win and whatnot. But to me before pre Mickelson, there weren't a tunnel lefties doing it. It was fascinating. It was great. It really was anyways. We have some golfers in the peach. Fine decent PGA pros that been it was it was basically, and it wasn't like Mike was the field. Really? And in all honesty. I never thought at the time. I remember thinking, I just don't think it can ever win a major. The realist. But was yeah. It was a magical moments Killa was, but but that's actually a great point that you make because the truth matter is if you're going to be great at a sport, the reason why Wayne Gretzky is amazing that he could put his skates on and go out to a lake that was frozen over nine months out of the year and play hockey..

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"george steel" Discussed on Museum Archipelago

Museum Archipelago

13:19 min | 1 year ago

"george steel" Discussed on Museum Archipelago

"Welcome to museum archipelago. I'm in Elsner. Museum archipelago guides you through the rocky landscape of museums. Each episode is never longer than fifteen minutes. So let's get started museums on the Australian island of Tasmania are a microcosm of museums all around the world. They struggle with properly interpreting their colonial past the exclusion of first peoples from telling their own stories in major museums, and having a large privately owned art museum reshape small town, this month on museum archipelago. We're taking you to Tasmania for the next three episodes were conducting a survey of museums on the island and exploring, how each of them relates to the wider landscape of museums today, we begin at the cascades, female factory in the Tasmanian capital city of Hobart. It's at the center of a shift in how Australians think of the role that convicts played in the colonization of the island Nilekani story is the story that everyone's heard about everyone seems to have an affinity, you'll want to discover something about it. It's awed that the famous story is equally as fascinating and as intra. Ticket as the mail story. And yet, until recently, nobody's really showing that much of an interest in it with the exception of Family Research, is what people who have specific connection the site tells the story of European colonization van demons land, the original European name for house mania, from the female perspective, the whole penal transportation to a stray and subsequently van David's land started as a result of prisons in England post industrial revolution and people ending to crime to, you know, without all of the industries that used to machines, taking their jobs. The prisons, just started to literally or floor so they needed a mechanism to get the people out of those spaces study the overcrowding and the colonization of Australia was an attempt or one of the many attempts to get that population out of Britain, and essentially fall, far away, over one hundred seventy thousand men, women children were transported from Britain during the transportation phase, which started in New South Wales in the late seventeen hundreds and. And invent land in eighteen ninety three the only museum in has mania that represents the female convicts story is the cascades, female factory where Dr Jody steel works as the heritage interpretation manager tie. My name is George steel, and the heritage interpretation manager for the foot off the historic sought management authority. We are lucky enough to be the portfolio manages three world heritage thoughts, which phone pot of the strain comeback sites. World, heritage nomination and the famous factory for under her portfolio, understanding, why the site is called the female factory means understanding, how the female convicts were seen as resources to the early, colonists, moving men Acuras labor force was something that seemed to make a lot of sense to the Brits to be able to pick up men and moved them across to fold trees into gather all the materials necessarily for building as literally building, and you colony. And then, of course, if you want that population to grow that can't be done with men, alarm, so in the early eighteen hundreds. The first vessels with women on board came, there's women in the first days as convicts we usually assigned directly out to the early promo population as your servants. So you housemaids you kooks and things like that as soon as anyone in that situation needed to be reprimanded for anything. I done they needed an establishment to do that. So as a result of that the cascades, female factory was established right here. Yeah. Rocky of eliciting? So the female convicts were an amazing resource to that particular set of colonials, they could have female convicts coming in care for their children witnesses educators, and a lot of these women were just petty criminals, you know, that were quite skilled at a number of trade. So you had you seamstresses and all of the trades that the men didn't lend a hand Stor. You needed somebody to do laundry for the colony. And so having a prison filled with women who you wanted to put onto hard labor to punish them laundry was one of the greatest ways to do that. You could all of the military prisons. Could have they, they uniforms laundered here in Boston? And so it gave the colony massive resource of trades that the men went to, which is why it got its name is the female factory the system operated under a strict series of punishments. That was nevertheless, at the discretion of the guards, it was managed by a hierarchy of those incarcerated and was encouraged by attitudes towards what it meant to be a respectable woman in the colonial society. A lot of the women who were assigned out where assigned out to people, some of them to people that they knew some of them even today, husbands, which is quite curious. And I think in those instances, there's an absurdity to the system where these women were assigned to people that, that would genuinely in love with. They wanted to have families week they go pregnant pregnancy while you were under sentence was considered a crime, which meant that those women ultimately would be removed from their assignment, bought back here to have the child, they would spend time with the child when it was a baby. They would be usually waned quite quickly from their mother and sometimes. Within within months that mother would then be back on the sentence being punished separated from her child with the child being left in the care of other convict women in the nursery, usually, but sort of three years of age the child would then be removed from this location. The nursery here removed into an orphan school, you may never see your child again now as somebody who wanted to have that baby with the person they will with that must've been horrific and then there is the flip side to that story when you could be assigned out to an individual master, he may have had absolutely no choice in folding pregnant, and yet you were the one who gets punished for that occurring, you would come back in here and quite often that into that, individual, who you were assigned to originally would simply just get a new female convicts servant, and, you know, you'll lift under punishment for something that was clearly not your fault. It must have been horrific. Dr Steele, says the biggest interpretation child. Enj- is that it's so easy for visitors to see the entire population of incarcerated people rather than individuals with vastly different often contradictory experiences. People come with a an understanding of mass population. They think of the convict population, and unless they happen to be descended from an individual convict. They find it really hard to think about the individual within the system and with over seven thousand women, passing through this sort of, you know, base few yards Lorne, and it seems to be that mass mentality that we try to break down here, which is one of the well, from my perspective is one of the more fun, things that I get to do is to find the audio-vidual, who's got an amazing tale, whether it be of a tragic tale, or title of resilience and strength telling the stories of individuals is complicated by the fact that not many artifacts remain. The site itself is made up of three yards surrounded by sandstone walls with only markings on. The ground indicating the size of prison cells or nurseries, the challenge here. Unlike a lot of our other convict site, museums is that the artifact jewel material associated with female convicts in really present even state, museums don't have a lot of material associated with female convicts, there is an, the material history surrounding them, that's made maintain it has for the men. That's probably one of the hottest things to deal with is the fact that the most of the convict population clearly didn't have access to the time or the inclination to sit down run daily journal, and most of them the literacy Wilson, particularly high, usually when they arrived, but part of the cone BIC system was actually educating a lotta these people. So a lot of them lift with a much better education than when they came in. But again, by the time they could have sort of sat down and written a journal, they will most likely off getting married building businesses building, the, the colony as it is today. So there's a massive gap and. We really do. Rely heavily on what he is. The administrators view of these individuals. Right down to the way they described the when they got off the ships, and then we rely heavily on their descendants, who have all those stories in the ARL histories associated with how they fit family some built up from as individual women. Dr Steele, talks about a massive cultural shift in Australian attitudes towards ancestors, who may have been incarcerated because the family stories of the female factory go back just two or three generations. It's an opportunity for the museum to better interpret, and educate by becoming a hub for those stories for a very long time having a convict densest. It was considered something to be ashamed of, and that's probably only shifted in the last twenty years, why people now have the sense of pride of being descended from Kong-based when they were became aware that even though they may have been criminal, some of them quite serious. Some of them petty that they wear responsible for essentially building the new colony of ustralia and so. That's that's been a real shift in people being really proud of it now. And because genealogical Ray set she's now like enormous. We've got access to things that, that aren't that oppressor record the convict records business records and images of shopfronts where these people built businesses massive massive change in attitude. The female factory is in the middle of a design process to open the brand new history and interpretation center on the site, the process begin with an architectural design competition, judged by an all female panel. It's really important when we're working on this, that we recognize the contribution of women to society. I mean that is that he's what is place is, is recognized and part of that process when we put the coal out for the actual design competition was that we really wanted women to contribute to this project. We had over fifty original people who came in here, put their hand up to get involved in the competition and. We pulled together a team of amazing women mostly architects, and the chair about Boyd, Sharon Sullivan, who oversaw the process, and it'll was the review of all of the nominations looking for things like female contribution, of course, looking at the heritage impacts, and how the building would would sit in the in the landscape. And what stories the building itself might tell that the new building that they were hoping to put in this space will be clearly identifiable as a brand spanking, new building, that is that is part of our intention, but it will also hopefully be aside from being beautiful architectural structure where hoping that it will recede. And then the individual stories will come out as you're inside the building the building, will be located, or the cellblock location. So, I guess, in a linear form, it will represent part of the historic landscape, but outside of that most storytelling, we'll have to be in a very different format. We'll have to get really. Creative. We work really closely with a group of people that are called the female convict research center, that started, as, as a bunch of women female researches, who I think that would forgive me for saying that totally obsessed with female cone, BT street, and they have built up a an amazing Dada base of all of the female, convict women. And so we have access to that database, any would I mean what an amazing thing to be able to nor that you have a female big ten sister to be able to come here to tap into that? Find out how long they were here exactly what space they were living in working in even being punished in to be able to go to that space and stand essentially in the footprints of your ancestor would be an amazing thing. You can see the winning design in the show notes for this episode. The architects, call for a beautiful, but solemn building with plenty of play between the open spaces of the yards as they are today and the confined spaces of the cells as they used to exist. List, who is a city partially built with convict labor, but the reminders, the type of stone on the building, for example are subtle and you have to know what you're looking for a structure like the one proposed removes the subtlety and makes it harder to forget. I would, I would love, you know, the female convict history to be the first thing that people engage with, and then to flow on into into the story of the men, I want people to walk away, even if they don't have a better understanding of, of convict female convict history. I want to walk away asking questions and I think that's what we all want in, when we billed as places we want them to start questioning what they believe what they think what they knew before. They walked in the door. I don't necessarily I mean subliminally I'd love to educate everyone who will stir the dole. But quite often those people are on holidays, and they probably don't won't be lectures for narrative off about convict history. But I want them to walk away, questioning, you know what these place meant to test mania or you know what the women at least filter will win through to try and get some kind of, you know. Gut reaction from the midst of that experience that these people went through to create the place that we live in working today.

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"george steel" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"george steel" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"Though is Johnny Gargano so tan he got into Drake's Tanner. He looks like a Klingon like it looks like you got into Drake's Tanner looks real fucking fake. Vince is VERA restless my favorite wrestler is Austin Aries, go out of your way to watch that TBT from last week on ring of honor. Okay. Reminded me of of all the good shit that that Aries had done perhaps. He'll pop up somewhere again cooking, some vegan food or something. But yeah, he just like areas was fucking legit, man. And and yeah, I was also reminded of the lifts that he always had like you team Simmons boots on you know. Hey, double. Yeah. Man. Who's your favorite ler? Well. My favorite wrestler was was going to be. Well, I guess I can be whatever I want right, right. Well, it's the sky pirates. Okay. It's e oh, and and kyri they just fucking fantastic. You know, and they had a great. Six woman, tag them and Bianco Blair air. Blair versus the three horsewoman, you know. Yeah. So what is rod his wife is that now her gimmick. Or did she break her nose? They've never addressed. So I assume it's an injury that they're pretending. They're okay. But it it's weird. It's very weird the face mass. Yeah. If you haven't watched as what we're talking about. But I loved the. I love the not-so-subtle subtleties. Well, what's what's her name? I don't mean to call her Rodney's wife, and this is marina. Yeah. Sure. Schiff here arena. Fear fear. Pardon me, rotties her husband. That's right. That's right. He belongs to her. That's right. And there's some Troy there you go. There Troy's parents a threat. So Troy's mom is up there with. I just love them. And and it's again, it's I never watched stardom. You know, still haven't I've I've I've blend some shit here and there, but that's that's gonna be my next rabbit hole. But I'm going to go down. Yeah. But that being said, I am torn because Pedro Morales passed away. So you gotta get in. There. Gotta get in there. I'm looking forward to my Pedro Morales collection that will soon be hopefully, we'll be on the WWE network soon. I gotta thank you. Imagine getting where you fit in. I've been why I did watch when you came over. I was in the middle of watching from nineteen Seventy-three Madison Square Garden Pedro Morales versus George the animal Steele. And anytime, I see he'll George steel and always makes me think of some random shoot interview King Kong Bundy where he was complaining about the business of as he's want to do. But where he's like making George steel into a baby face. Does that make any sense to you? I'm like, yeah. Actually, it does it does. He was lovable. Did a great job did an amazing job with it probably better than being fucking. He'll yeah. But the only other thing I was I was you know, on the network, I'm looking at my collection where is my black history month collection. The skipped it this year. That that that's one of my favorite things that they would do on the network every year always getting some fucking real solid Bobo Brazil footage. They do one on one of the things on raw or not even they've been rerunning last years where they where they visited the fickle 'let's talk about fickle lazy? Yeah. It's it's totally. I mean, correct me if I'm wrong kids, but like that is footage from last year where it was like the one I saw it was like this is the new day and Titus. To Meena or like visiting, you know, the m okay right museum, or I have it on mute because I'm looking out on like, wait a second this for mass year. Also, there's plenty of other wrestlers could feature because they used to do the like, you know, big cat Ernie Ladd like they would do. They would do things about the wrestlers. There's plenty that they haven't covered. Plenty let thi. We're gonna find you online at Vince, April on Twitter, Vince dot April on.

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"george steel" Discussed on The Wheeler Walker Jr Podcast

The Wheeler Walker Jr Podcast

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"george steel" Discussed on The Wheeler Walker Jr Podcast

"No, I don't know. We'll who'd fucking for George steeling herself. I ain't heard the new song of made fun of norm with the fuck it is who they steal from. I mean, probably anybody most likely fucking Nellie or fucking Coolio or some shit. I don't know. I don't know. Flor- Georgia launch shit. I don't know who they steal from. They certainly steel by Ono. Who from. Second question. Yeah, it was fun. Jam was Sturge in Tyler, but I did not. I'd. I wish I could lie and say they're both on the new record, but they're not. But we should. I do like the idea. The three of us doing a record or sometime. Thanks for the question. My thanks for listening. High Wheeler. I was just wondering if four put on the new record, if you would recommend, you know wrapping it up just, you know, insurance easier cleanup after, you know, start listening to thing because after the last two I'm in the cleanup is just damn near unbearable, but hey, thanks buddy. Just let me know by but but to you too. What's the question? I think he's asking me z. saying, he's going to Jews on the record because it's so good certainly makes sense to me, but. I don't know. I mean, Irap it out. Yeah, wrap it up and put it in fucking sell Fain. You know, you don't wanna get Jisr on the new fucking record. Specially when go to my website by an autograph one you Jews on at the fucking arm. Grass can run off. Man fans. Next question Wheeler. Steve was wondering if on the new album you in Christianity are going to do it six drink keeping up at a fancy stay one. Audio, Sma man fans since day one day one. That's appreciated that I don't know that I really had fans on day one. I happen. We'll even put a record out, but I appreciate it. Man. And yes, I am doing a duet with Chris changed on my new record or doing a version of fix a drink, return it into a country song. So look forward to that. As fun. Real good guy. Man writes good tunes. So hope you enjoy it. Next question. Walker, junior, this is AJ from Pennsylvania huge fan, and I just wanted to know who you'll be roasting on your next album. Little soccer's. You'll be making fun of and. Glad to know. Thank you. Take care, stay classy. AJ, man. I don't really roast anyone on this one because like I says about my beautiful new wife and beautiful new son. So I'm not roast in. I mean, I rose people on fucking Twitter area. Wanna follow me on that, but I don't do a lot of roasted on this one. I think people know what I think about music grow and the fucking whore shit. They put out and I think I've made myself very clear. I put up with this shit. No more. You is no fucking pop country. And you wanna ruin your life. Go fuck and do believe me to fuck out of it. You know. So I'm gonna leave the roast in the fucking Instagram. Next question Willard slain. So you said on your Instagram, this new has a departure. I'm assuming that just means that it's focusing on the family. I hope that means you're not stopped making music because I don't know what I'd do if myself. I love you. Thanks, bye. I love you, too. Man. No, I quit and it's a departure in the subject matter. It's a love record. Love to my wife loved to my son, but it's got all the same fucking dirty words. You've heard from me from forever. I ain't doing nothing fucking different. It's country music c. a. f. it's country as fuck his country. Music played by country musicians, the country songs. I say, fuck. I say shit. I say, pussy all the same shit. You love, but it's just I'm settled down more. I'm a family man now. So you know. That's what is next question. We're in the closet voice. Purchasing. Wondering on tour watch. The city has number one. That's the top one thing question notable features on real coming out. You can tell the house eagerness the nation, but it will be cranking suppose these special. My name's Kenneth Johnson, Michigan, Virginia. All right. Kevin Johnson from a closet in West Virginia. I think he said you guys do me a favor, stop asking questions from clauses..

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"george steel" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"george steel" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Birds in new orleans tampa in nashville before wip road trip down the shore in ocean city new jersey it was just the beginning of what is hoped to be a very successful summer season for the businesses merchants along the ocean city boardwalk say this isn't a make or break weekend but it does set the tone for the seasons says george steel of steals fudge memorial roy important it's carlberg jomon start your engines tarp preferring it was a promising start until the rains came says shirt shack owner brent hanley you know you put defeat stuff out in the morning and then sunday we didn't even put it out but even in cloudy weather people are buying sunglasses says shades manager joe avai as soon as it started raining folks disappeared i don't know where they went both but they disappeared but the other two days were rather busy boulevard says overall he's not disappointed in ocean city mike denardo kyw newsradio a panel commissioned by the legislature has recommended a plan to overhaul the decades old program for state funding of construction and modernization of schools kyw harrisburg bureau chief tony romeo reports the public school building construction and reconstruction advisory committee known around the state capitalist plan con is made up of lawmakers and those involved with education and construction among the panel's recommendations is a new state funding formula that panel member and state senator vincent hughes philadelphia democrat says would drive inappropriate share to low income districts maybe when we put money into the formula.

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"george steel" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"george steel" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Daily even on the memorial day holiday to coax them into shelter or treatment most are there because it had drug problem we want to try all the lonely macho on what you work thirty day so the hope was that by the deadline most would be in shelter or treatment at the midway point the city said one hundred people had accepted services but tense furniture and people still line the tunnels and few that remain have a plan i'm going to go somewhere else i don't know where on wednesday they'll be asked to leave their belongings created up and moved and police will issue tickets to those that stay pat loeb kyw newsradio it's been a fifty fifty memorial day weekend down the shore on the forecast from financial front with more from the ocean city boardwalk kyw's mike denardo merchants along the ocean city boardwalk say this isn't a make or break weekend but it does set the tone for the seasons says george steel of steals fudge memorial day's roy important it's gentlemen start your engines type of thing it was a promising start until the rains came says shirt check owner brent hanley you know you put the beach stuff out in the morning and then sunday we didn't even put it out but even in cloudy weather people are buying sunglasses says shades manager joe avai as soon as it started raining folks disappeared i don't know where they went but but they disappeared but the other two days were rather busy says overall he's not disappointed in ocean city mike denardo kyw newsradio the war of motorcycles returning to our.

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"george steel" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"george steel" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Hour traffic center the homeless living in tunnels and kensington have been given a deadline of this week to leave their encampments and take their belongings kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb outreach workers have been visiting two of the four encampments daily even on the memorial day holiday to coax them into shelter or treatment most are there because it had drug problem through wanna try macho on what thirty day so hope was that by the deadline most would be in shelter or treatment at the midway point the city said one hundred people had accepted services but tense furniture and people still line the tunnels and few that remain have a plan i'm going to go somewhere else i don't know where on wednesday they'll be asked to leave their belongings created up and moved and police will issue tickets to those that stay pat loeb kyw newsradio down the shore this memorial day weekend the financial forecasts much like the weather a fifty fifty split to explain his kyw's mike denardo merchants along the ocean city boardwalk say this isn't a make or break weekend but it does set the tone for the seasons says george steel of steals fudge memorial roy important it's kind of a gentleman start your engines type of thing it was a promising start until the rains came says shirt shack owner brent hanley you know you put the beach stuff out in the morning and then sunday we didn't even put it out but even in cloudy weather people are buying sunglasses says shades manager joel avai as soon as it started raining folks disappeared i don't know where they went but they disappeared but the other two days were rather busy lavar says overall he's not disappointed in ocean city mike denardo kyw newsradio president trump visits.

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"george steel" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"george steel" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"You do under seven minutes laughed seventy eight fifty one butler leading youngstown stink jorgen sent back and forth with baldwin up top here's his own again or the middle and base lines are open valor census grain shortages in for three is pure paul's third 3pointer up at dang now he is playing really well playing confidently understanding when defined as whose areas to attack and prince harry of harlem fun echo field that's one of the best absolutely one of the best youngstown state the other way able to get the figaro finish from robinson sixth nineteen remaining and i know you can breathe easier right now nick because with 615 left you've already got your eliminating that's right call my order in here at the underfloor the ball foul or sets a screen baldwin for the long two that's pure thin layer prayer though challenge you so paul george steel friday to put it back in off the glass shattered a little bit too strong off the glass and now it's covington the other way coming binding it's time again cry against christian david and he drew the foul hill at few shots lloyd wright idea by christian david tried to stay up and down he just got a little too aggressive in trying to get that position and body covington as he drove that you a little less aggressive there he won't get the whistle and they beat announcing the limit 82 the crowd as if they did know yet but now they could officially cheer on at a it's a fan favorite eliminate eighty 353 the score what it means is that if you're the central indiana area and you want to go visit your participating penn station go get your free lemonade either laser later today at noon tip yet more laminate type you probably get.

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"george steel" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"george steel" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"But they ito wc w had a great relationship with each pamper rustling in new japan they love that style the really stiff style wrestlers and steiner's fit perfectly for new japan we should mention that before they ever gotten a wrestling these guys were both very accomplished amateur wrestlers in high school and at the university of michigan you probably knew that from their entrance jackets and it's interesting because scott steiner known as big poppa pomp for his big as a house was eke your ussl at one hundred ninety pounds in michigan he was a threetime big ten runnerup in an eighty six he was a division one all american and then in college rick placed second in the big ten championships in '83 and then scored two of the fastest pens and michigan's history and fourteen or fifteen seconds he went on to get a bachelor's degree in education and i i find that kind of funny because this is the guy who runs around as the dog face gremlin and he's barking these a hexagon a college degree and teaching cell oh kind of an interesting man when you agree yeah role smart guy in a really really good human being of course these days we should mention uh he is a realtor in the suburbs of atlanta and i believe he's on a school board given some of the shenanigans that those guys pulled over the years that's kind of interesting they have some bad asked dudes though they were introduced to the professional wrestling grapse by george steel and um recco of course becomes a pro wrestler first in 1980 six he comes in using his shoot name which is rob rechsteiner and seemingly breaks his last name apart and becomes rechsteiner espn's a a little bit of town in the awa and then makes his way to the uw f and that's where he starts to gains of success believe it or not with staying uh the uw f is than bought out by jim crockett and rick along with staying and other talent move over to the in wa and what's tom did you spend with rick in the uw f.

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"george steel" Discussed on espnW's The Trifecta

espnW's The Trifecta

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"george steel" Discussed on espnW's The Trifecta

"It's it's you know they've changed i think i you know this year finally i saw glimpses of phoenix mike in a munich like is still not back but it's a glimpse of him because he seemed happy again uh but the idea approaching him anthony is like i just shake my head thinking about it because i know how miserable that ended in new york and how miserable he was uh talk to him when he wasn't la so i think um i i can't see it but you know people get paid a lot of money and have to work with difficult colleagues and be a pro as well i mention you got harden already i don't know if you need to add another ball dominant guy doesn't plenty defense uh that might not be the best way to tackle a team like the gas in the west uh the paul george steel we talked about this early on the show but out what compels you if you're kevin prichard of all the deals that are out there to make that one well i i you know i'll tell you this like when i heard about this deal i i was like scared to report it because just seems wrong great lakes here like is this right no seriously really trump not missing something just victor oladipo and the voters that's it like like you just i felt like there was there had to be more to it and like no that's it and it was like that's after all this is all they could get for them and i think some of what the leaguewide reaction has been you know the pacers obviously or proud franchise they don't they don't like the situation there in the you know you're making the worst the best thing um.

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"george steel" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"george steel" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"Is is bruno on flare is that a stirring of the pot bid has just more like in shoot interviews flare has taken a dump on bruno and then bruno has responded in kind and other interviews what dumped could flare take on brunell that brunell was only big in the northeast which is preposterous i think there is a new bruno collection i couldn't find it i saw i was looking for bruno confined to that's the but it's not the easiest thing to find ship on the wsb network i'm going to look right now yeah yeah because i mean they were making a bruno dvd they interviewed him for seven hours when afternoon and then they were like nah there are yes they're like mao away tilley's dead maher summit is whispered in of insincere you know either as you'd have all this killer foot as cool should in it like all matches that have been on there before it seems like these of the this must be the interview it's got ta bruno reflects on early career in a killer confrontation hum of killer kowalski st thomas the greek death match will audited zeki speros area area was dunkin' with an the aqaba ted zeki have to do a book brunell one of those like things that they cut the meat off of like you're right yeah presses his face in see the meet peeling off have yet enough and bruno versus waldo on air any luck stephanie does that langford super troopers he goes it's delicious george steel.

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"george steel" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"george steel" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

"And they didn't even change their gear her they were the same thing the war with the sheep herders but the no um the became he's lovable guys that licht people and um the against the georgian must deal of tact teams basically because george steel in this new you know the sixties and seventies was like this maniac feared wrestler and so worthy bushwhackers when they were the sheep herders they added the feud with fantastic's that were like in his cage matches with like chicken wire cages i mean just really brutal mid self type of you know i think it was bill watts um territory and they just they they were feared and then i think if you have settling of if you have some that the crowd can can grab hold of in feel like they can be a part of your act that goes a long way and when it came to the ring they did that walk with the arms he looked in the crowd all the people were doing that so um the matter where they were on the card people were engaged when they came up because they felt like there were somewhat part of the act so i think that also gave him longevity and also kind of help make them into um something that that was the the had some lasting power right so i i have to say good gimmick a attitude on on paper maybe it doesn't appear that way but on paper does the undertakers sound like something that will go on to be undefeated in russell mania for like twenty two years and be the you know the the tent pole holding up the company at certain times and kind of the the measuring stick.

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"george steel" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"george steel" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Right right i don't know why they can't fire him and we'll caserta ironclad contract this was yes he must have had a really good agent yet mr thomas zulu needs to look at these contracts when this is all over maybe had like an mvp a lawyer because those baseball contracts those you've got a pay no matter what he's got like the new lawyers somebody yes he should have got the pony a contract they've ev i leave now you have to send me a thousand dollars a week forever know remember we had a few people right in for when we discussed famous like celebrities that have very few twitter followers to someone road and without beneath has got like twelve hundred uh yeah because who liked one for like each million the mets and right now you live is no fan base that likes him no nobody doesn't have it does that have it's not like he was on an episode of star trek and he gets to go to conventions he's going aided by everybody hated by all people all right so that thomas two hours gonna play hardball with george he gets on the intercom and announces that george standards bathroom is open to all employees it's crazy george's steel had this bathroom until now yeah i wonder if part of them wondered if like he was actually still handicapped second i wonder if the bathroom is in the contract as a good point made it was yeah but they don't know what would change the sara lee to go ahead and open that up to the staff it was in the contract georgia's really developing a case skains play now he could probably get more money than they owe him even yeah i think he have like a class action lawsuit i will class action now probably not class action no the clinton the opposite like one person sitting a million people the hit a class action lawsuit against they worked at plano yet at george does that is achilles heel he even compliments thomas hello says well played you know they were game respect game here so beca jerry department we see that clair is giving him a second chance on the phone keep could you believe that she would give him a second chance in this kind of like a third chance.

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