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"hugh nolan" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"They're performing well and they've got good pitching they've got other pieces that kind of make them a much more. Well rounded a little bit more balanced team. And i think that is why they have such success against other really good teams. Because they're they've just been a a well built team and they're also well may team as well but folks i'm gonna now wrap up this segment with a couple recaps from the games on april twenty. First run through the recaps give some highlights and scores then also just give a little update in the standings as to where everyone is standing so as always. I always start with my burgers. They actually completed a three-game sweep of the padres and they got a huge win on wednesday. Four to two over san diego a really really big top six ending for the brewers. That was kind of the deciding factor. The padres were winning two to one going into the fifth and then milwaukee exploded for three in the top of the six and that was pretty much it then getting into the giants and phillies game phillies. Winning in the bottom of the ninth andrew. Knapp walked off with a single beat. The giants six to five phillies are now nine and nine giants or eleven seven though. They're having a really really good year and honestly the giants and this is something to pay attention to looking at the box score. Philly started off hot with three run in the bottom of the second and then san francisco answered with one of the fifth phillies answering with one in the six. But then four run spot in the top of the seventh inning for the giants. And that's something to pay attention to that late inning scoring and that's gonna come up really really big against teams like the dodgers that are really good at scoring late in the game so hats off to the giants but more so hats off to the phillies for grinding out and winning in the bottom of the inning the next game marlins and orioles marlins winning three nothing over the o's hayes two run double trevor rogers. He struck out eight players. So a really good outing on the mound for rodgers now. Moving the two on the year with a one point six. Era so things might be on the up and up for the marlins but again very early on the season. We'll see how a full season goes for them. They're eight and nine oils are eight and ten after a pretty solid. Start by the. They've kind of fizzled out a little bit. But we'll we'll have to see how the rest of this year goes and then a little double header action with the pirates and the tigers game one to the pirates three to two and then the following game tires one five to two fires are right there at eight and ten though i mean. They're not that bad through the first eighteen twenty games. That's kind of impressive In the second game jonathon scoop he had a solo home run three runs scored in the bottom of the fifth for detroit and that was really kind of the main difference there and that's kind of what pushed him over the edge because after that the both teams scored one run. But that was it now. That was kind of the difference because it was one one going into the fifth. They score those three runs both teams score one more run in the sixth each a piece. And that's much all she wrote from there. So getting into the next game now astros and rockies rockies winning six to three rockies are really struggling. i mean. they're really struggling. They're six twelve right now. Trevor story did have a two run double but speaking of trevor story. I am a little bit concerned about what's going to happen with him. Moving forward with this rockies team are they going to be able to keep him around. Are they gonna lose them in free agency quite frankly i think it is kind of leaning towards losing him in free agency especially if they can't turn around that six and twelve if they can and maybe he sticks around. I don't know if he'll necessarily want stay for a long term deal. I don't see him being there for the next ten years. I don't see him being there for the next five years. Maybe for two or three more years but that is it. I think after that he's going to be gone like the wind and he's not gonna want anything to do with the rockies and quite frankly. I don't blame him i mean. This is a team that has had a lot of town over the years. They just can't do anything with it. They really can't. I've never seen team. I mean i've seen other teams in other professional sports but in terms of baseball they've just had so many talented players over the years. Guys like dj lemay. Hugh nolan aeronautical. Charlie blackmon story twenty-two lewitt's gaming. I'm rattling off guys. That were multiple time all stars and was really successful at the major league level. And they can't do anything with them so it kind of makes you wonder okay. Is it a management thing. Isn't a coaching thing. Just a performance. Thing i mean what is it so i think story is going to be gone before we know it next game like i mentioned the thirteen to twelve win that the athletics over the twins final in ten innings minnesota put onto runs in the top of the tenth. Actually the scoring was very impressive throughout the game. Oakland scored three runs in the bottom of the second. They scored four runs in the bottom of the third they score to the bottom of the six and then three in the bottom of the tenth while minnesota scored three in the top of the third scored three in the top of the fifth three in the top of the six and then two in the top of the tent so multiple runs scored throughout each and every single one of those top half of those innings for the most part the only real scoreless innings where the fourth seventh and eighth innings. What in total twenty five thirty five hits for both teams or excuse me thirty one heads for both teams eighteen from minnesota thirteen for oakland. Pretty solid outing if you asked me now. Both teams had to heirs and the minnesota airs came at the worst possible time but again a huge win for the as they moved as twelve and seven and the twins are struggling six and twelve right now so they really need to turn things around and out the next game. Nationals cardinals. simple one. Nath winning one. Nothing max scherzer actually had an incredible outing got the win one and one on the year with one point eight year a in getting into the rangers and angels rangers one seven four the angel. The rangers are only a game. Back of being five hundred. They put up a four run spot in the top of the eighth and to run spot in the top of the ninth. Now it's kind of the difference. They are and angels are nine and seven though. I mean this. Al west is actually not as bad as i thought it was going to be kind of impressed by that. But again in the standings here in a minute and reds d-box one five to four reds now or nine and seven while the backs are seven and twelve or seven ten so a solid win by the backs but the reds after starting off. Really hot. The kind of fizzled out a little bit. Just a little bit though just a little bit and the getting the braves and yankees game raise win. Four two one over the yankees. The yankees continued to struggle. I mean they are really bad. I don't know what's going on in new york. I'm sure they'll figure it out. And i'm going to touch on it later on but i don't really know what in the world is going on in new york i really don't i'm completely and utterly confused by that and i definitely think that they need to maybe figure it out sooner rather than later and then getting into the next game blue jays and red sox blue jays winning six to three over socks now. The socks were one of the worst teams to start..
"hugh nolan" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"I mean when. I was reading that article and i remember when i was doing this episode a couple of weeks ago and i was talking about the different issues that the rockies have had as an internal organization thinking about all of the talent that they've had or they could have had at one point or another on their team at the same time. Dj lemay hugh nolan aeronautical. Choi tula whiskey trevor story. That's a really good infield real. I mean i know. I don't know what she would do with the shortstop situation but those are all four really good players that all play at a very very high level. You could've traded for jt real utah. But you didn't want to do that. And as a result and not mentioned they have no pitching. They've literally no pitching. And i think there's there's more issues internally than they even know and i think it is kind of an a an oblivious nece that the owner and the gm both have. And i think that eventually something's gonna have to kick an overdrive for them and they're going to have to be able to figure something out because if not you know they're gonna start slowly deteriorating as a team and even going back to last year i mean. They came out really hot. They were one of the best teams in baseball. And then all of a sudden it was some switched has got turned off and they went back to square one one of the worst teams in baseball. The plummeted from first to last in a matter of days really and it was kind of wild and puzzling to see how bad they went from. In how how quickly. It was too so as a result. I really don't have much faith but the rockies this year but all in all knows what these teams will do. And i think that a lot of people are again. Just speculating. what's going to happen with this with cove. It and that could definitely play a pay. Play a big factor in things especially with teams that are going to be in division races. A guy gets it hasn't been vaccinated. He's out for a week. And that six seven games where you could drop five of six or dropped four of six and you can find yourself in first place one day and then all of a sudden the end of the week in second place trailing by a game. So that's going to be a big thing to you. Know some of these teams that i just mentioned. They could capitalize on teams. That are ahead of them in their rightful divisions getting cove it and having outbreaks and having issues along those lines so they could capitalize on that. I don't know if that'll be necessarily the case this year. Because it's not sixty games. It's one hundred and sixty two and teams like the marlins who were in the playoffs last year but barely made it in. I don't think that's going to happen. And i would say maybe a team that's on the outside looking in of the top ten worst teams that i just ran through. Being number eleven would be the reds. I'm kind of little skeptical of the reds right. Now i don't really know what to think of that and there are same kind of situation. They made the playoffs last year but by the skin of their teeth. And i don't think that's going to be the case this year. And even with the brewers as brewers fan quite frankly i mean it was embarrassing to see them go into the playoffs with a losing record. It just should not be acceptable. Should not be allowed at all and so as a result. I definitely think that there could be some of these teams that i just mentioned that maybe wind up making a little bit but for the most part. I don't think it's going to happen. I think that a lot of these teams are going to struggle. And they're going to really really struggle and as a result it's going to be a long season for some teams but as always folks..
"hugh nolan" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Goes to the cancer and later on. We just had this gut feeling between each other. When something occurred in our life the other one was there and later he had a boy get killed because he ran into a guy wire to telephone pole and killed him and he told me about it and in the morning he was in dubois pennsylvania in the morning on these forge and when dad died. You've surprised hugh nolan. We just have. We just have this bond that that people like i. Maybe that haven't lost children understand you just i. I don't know we just many things we were. We liked each other He was the first grown man that i ever told that i loved because he he said that to me. I and i don't know we just have this terribly close bond but we don't hang out. It's just amazing. It just seems like it takes a tragedy for us to get together. But he's just he's been right there and and because of what happened to his boy I was up there one time and his dad called us into his office. Dad cletus was just really good to me and he said he wanted. Greg quit racing because he was on the losing family members you know. He said he didn't want something happened. Yeah so they said Cepeda said Greg what should we are. Greg said if you want me to quit racing what do you want me to do with all our stuff. And he says well. Why don't we give that to your friend in south carolina and they gave me his racecar. A spare motor yoenis. Spring gun misfired. Probably got way over a hundred springs gears wheels and tires and sway bars. He just gave me a multitude of things that continue my career. He's just gave it to him. Gave it to absolutely gave it to me. Wow i have. I don't have the worse to that guy. You take a break. Yeah all right. So steve try. This one on for size will krahn cry. Went to work for any parsons in late. Nineteen seventy early nineteen seventy-one somewhere in there for one hundred dollars a week and he was working a hundred hours a week on. Rick i gotta tell you when i started my journalism career in martinsville. I was managing a hundred and six dollars a week. But i sure wouldn't working a hundred hours. That was something else i just had. I had a shiver go down westbound. Albany buddy work for that little pay for that much work. I don't know. But i guess it was worth it. He was working in nascar. Now from binny's will win over to serve as the crew. Chief for joe for sun and steve not taste seventy-three winston five hundred at talladega. Joe gets involved in a big wreck and he comes in and he wants we'll to repair the carpet new windshield in. And we'll in the window and hey can see four inches.
"hugh nolan" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Goes up to the. Saying goodbye to this week, and this must be the bought where we. We hear from you about the highlights of among pieces you've added to the bridge this week absolutely starting off with Hugh Nolan Instinct Jimi Hendrix in thirty, nine, hundred, Sixty, seven, this music echo and Jimmy says I'd like to plan notes and have it come out color and fight. I thought Fischel working in a machine to do that right now. He's got pretty close. This is some questions jeep on this Jerry Nolan Johnny thunders heartbreakers. He had been had left the band but was back with them for tour of England in seventy seven Barry Canes News Bryson who just got on board a record mirror is on the road with them and Jerry says this one guy I don't like I've discovered a coward and I can't work with cowards. Who didn't think he was talking about Bonnie. Well Pretty Johnny thunders. I don't know. I, mean come on Billy Rath was another of the Muslim, they so I'm just not sure. Here of course of possibly. As we as we learned last week become investment bankers. twos cowardly to be a punk rocker I spent a night in basements in Pimlico with Jerry Nolan, Paladin Judi. Moylan from snatch. But basically that your pill every ten minutes we'll take you up next. We'll take you down some singing Jerry was nodding out on smack and we met PAT pilot and many many years later she remembered every detail of that evening except for my presence, she had no memory of me who May Be wrong with laughter what do I say do jumping if you feel so inclined anything kind of triggers a thought in you. Great lease. Jane Persky Profiling Rodney being in Heimer the mayor of the sunset strip for La Weekend seventy-nine. Now, she says the one thing she says, which is kind of funny devious because I'm not sure he'd get away with these. Here's a particular partial for very young ladies and the largest looming rumor about him. The tends towards thirteen year olds. Fit. Well, this isn't really need is A. will sort of. Look ally in the seventies. Era. His English disco was where the led Zeppelin pick a thirteen fourteen year. Old Group is, for example, rubbing himself says, I'm only somewhat appreciated. Are People playing the forum because of me, the people driving Rolls Royces because of me? WHEN WE MET HIM IN LA limps Tom Shake. Just about anyone. I've ever met in my life. It was the dead fish endel that vases strange strange Bill Fella actually kind of quite shy Geeky of found boy but his radio show was tremendously influential. Harrison. Moise says he broke a lot of bands. especially. On the west coast sounds like she s you one betty page hangs out from the Studio Spandau Ballet. Gary Kemp says talking heads could be grace. Got Vino. He puts looks from top on makes him sound any? Right, you right you all. Come remained like could hardly be described his tenure. Court. Oozing Bass registers and yeah, it's a great piece. This is the founded really do roth likes themselves and.
"hugh nolan" Discussed on Pantheon
"Goes up to the. Saying goodbye to this week, and this must be the bought where we. We hear from you about the highlights of among pieces you've added to the library this week absolutely starting off with Hugh Nolan Instinct Jimi Hendrix in thirty, nine, hundred, Sixty, seven, this music echo and Jimmy says I'd like to plan notes and have it come out color and fight I thought let Fischel, working in a machine to do that right now. He's got pretty close. This is some questions jeep on this Jerry Nolan Johnny thunders heartbreakers he had been had left the band but was back with them for tour of England in seventy seven Barry Canes? News Bryson who just got on board. A Record Mirror is on the road with them and Jerry says this one guy I don't like I've discovered a coward and I can't work with cowards. Who didn't think he was talking about Bonnie? Well Pretty Johnny thunders. I don't know I. Mean Come on Billy Rath was another of the Muslim they. So I'm just not sure. Of course of possibly. Mostly as we as we learned last week become investment bankers. Too cowardly to be a punk rocker I spent a night in basements in Pimlico with Jerry Nolan Paladin Judi Moylan from snatch. But basically that your pill every ten minutes, we'll take you up next. We'll take you down some singing Jerry was nodding out on smack and we met PAT pilot and many many years. Later she remembered every detail of that evening except for my presence she no memory me who May Be wrong with laughter. So do jumping if you feel so inclined anything kind of triggers a thought in you. Great Lease Jane Persky Profiling Rodney being in Heimer, the mayor of the sunset strip for La Weekend seventy-nine. Now, she says the one thing she says, which is kind of funny devious because I'm not sure he'd get away with these. Here's a particular partial for very young ladies and the largest looming rumor about him the tends towards thirteen year olds. You well, this isn't really need is A. Will sort of Look ally in the seventies. The early. His English disco was where the led Zeppelin pickup, a thirteen, fourteen year old group is, for example, rubbing himself says, I'm only somewhat appreciated. Are People playing the forum because of me the people driving Rolls Royces because of me? When. We. Met Him in La. limps Tom Shake just about anyone I've ever met in my life. It was the dead fish endel that vases strange strange Bill Fella, actually kind of quite shy Geeky of found boy but his radio show woes tremendously influential. In says, he broke a lot of bands. Especially on the west coast sounds like she s you one betty page hangs out from the studio. Spandau Ballet. Gary Kemp says talking heads could be grace. They got rid of Vino. He puts looks from top on makes him sound any? Right you right you all. Come remained like could hardly be described his tenure. Court. Zing base registers and yeah, it's a great piece. This is the founded really do roth likes themselves and.
"hugh nolan" Discussed on She Podcasts
"Now. Now. Are We used to sing sample today, which is Green, frog in Spanish Sop. To you. Because, we didn't know we just changed the lyrics and have it say Rian? Random things they do in Hebrew. So. Yeah. That will really yeah. That's what they do have to start. Singing Green Frog. Do you everybody think? Dates May. Yes e- everybody just does it still sounds like a funeral. So he's not wrong. Wrong, it was funny. was He's so true. That's so true. It's kind of depressing it is it is a little I. Never even thought about it that way. I never wanted them to sing that song because I felt like so because it takes so long right? Anyway. Yeah. It sounds like we'll have a blue Christmas without. Anybody, son, Green Frog to you. I'd be like, what did I do? There nobody would know anyway. So we we're GONNA be part. She podcast is GONNA have A. Footprint on this view endeavor that Chris Creates. Those has begun. Fahd best global. It's like it's like he's he's trying to conquer the world with podcasters with the dream of having a hundred thousand attendees to this virtual summit that he is putting together. That is how many days six, five, seven. Yeah. It's one of those. A lot of days. Yeah. Let me look so many days long. But the cool thing about fast global August through the fifteen. Yeah. So five days. And he his dream is to really have it be a global initiative. So obviously, we are going to be participating in the US side of things unless any of you women women out there that our listeners end believers and supporters of she podcasts that you happen to live in a different country. Possibly Africa possibly Asia possibly Latin America and would like to do a session in your native tongue. Out. Any aspect of podcasting reach out to us. Info at she podcast dot com, we might be able to work something out because part of this whole thing is that we want it to be global. So we do have some hours coming our way. We are going to be putting some things together, just an I, and at the same time, a lot of the content that Kris wants to put out wants it to be in your time zone. So meaning you know we're not gonNa make you do something eastern standard time if you are in Australia right, you're going to do it in your in your, but we would really love to have native. Native voices doing work for their country. Yeah. I. Think Really Amazing. Yes, I'm so yeah. Have a slot the first day from one to four PM Eastern. Standard Time. So we are going to announce who and what will be talking about this week. Yeah. Very. So keep an eye out in check out the link. The link is podcast Expo, dot com, and by the way he's making a lot of that stuff free so. That's another thing that Chris is doing. Is that the tickets are he's really really pushing for accessibility to so have not not have it be an issue for anybody to have access to everybody. So this is something that is very unique, and if you can get the word out, that would be amazing. It would not only hell Chris who we really truly believe in. But also in this initiative that I think that is primarily fuelled by the independent voices of podcasting, which I would say the majority of other podcast conferences out there other than you n I just I. Mean, there are some, I, mean not independent voices on. Independent. So anyway true. Let us move on. All right. So now you're going to tell us all about the we diverse 'cause that actually moves straight into that I did the we are diverse. Conference this. Lot. This past week. I did a session on Thursday and Friday on Thursday I. Did it in English and then on Friday, did it in Spanish? I've never done a session Spanish. I have to say that I was a little bit nervous about that because my brain is you can see your and heard earlier I lose my own words in English so you can imagine. Imagine what could happen in Spanish and therefore I was a little bit stressed out about back. But all ended up going very well other than the fact that they gave me thirty minutes and my session was not thirty minutes long. Oh, I got through maybe ten slides and thirty minutes in sorry, ten, ten slides in thirty minutes. So like the twenty, twenty of them. were, gone. Oh Elsa. They didn't get twenty slides. Worth content. Sad. How. But I'll have a link in the show notes, maybe there will be new information. For that show and maybe I'll have that session in some way accessible so that you can hear it and see it. I was very proud of it. Saw My slides. Off they were brilliant. They were very attractive slides and they did have a ton of information which explains why only got through ten. Yeah. They had a ton of information on there and it's really hard to do thirty slides in thirty minutes. You have to do like one per minute, which is hard right. So which is really very eh, don't use. I. Don't know what was and Hugh Nolan. Well, you were thinking you have a lot of information to give and you like to be very, very thorough. Very. Thorough. To yes, for a high level thinker when it comes to making presentations, you forget all about high level and you want to give people as much detail as humanly. Possible. It's interesting. I mean God. Forbid someone asks you to think in the details then you're just like Swimming and. I can't get out help so. But. Now I mean I'm sure it did they love it. They did you get good feedback on it? I think so I mean, it was really tough. It was a new gap platform called hopping and I presented using Canada for the very first time. I've never done that I actually didn't even know that was a thing until I saw the button and I was like Oh, and then I realized you can present actually using. 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"hugh nolan" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"He. He Kuma attention while later. When did this conversation with the philosopher John Gray, which is still. Bil- you know from original material to conversation with with. Bookstore dogs. It's just a really intellectually curious going. I did think competes. A blues was was really good I think a good thing on the other albums, but he's still he still interesting. He mentioned Tang in not. Interview with Gavin. Just wanted to. Own Pass on the I watched the way tying documentary on sky documentaries. I don't know if you've seen Cheryl you saying it. It's really good, actually annecy They weren't influence to some degree on him, but I really recommend it. I think it debuted on American TV showtime HBO. LOST GIVE! It's finally come here. It's in two parts, so it's two hours. If you've got a chance to see it, it's. Down I mean what what Fascinating Group of characters. And some of them have really charming. Some of them just not rebel. Our encounter with him in San Francisco. Do I will never forget. Searches through. This is the first time mark I ever went to America on pages business and we were the Francisco unless something he remembered. I was aware that the Rizza was was sitting across from the white thing lounge, and then I realized that there will. I think he struck up a conversation with you gold we'll. He claimed to have met me. No you. Thinks Oh. Like. I know know. It was very funny anyway. That was a tangent tangent. He's called of Mikes and men. The thing I like about the streets and Mike Skinner. He lose to talks about in that interview. Clip is about how realness isn't real mess. It's just being genuine, and it varies from context to context and I think a lot of people don't get by when you know British rockers. Who here American. American rap while I've got to do the English version of that. That's not the case. Is that go to do the thing that's relevant to your own contact? Then then it'll make sense. It'll be authentic other than like it cannot be, and I think that's one of the things that always shine through with with his stuff is that it is just just what he thinks and it's genuine. Yeah. I, comrades with interesting people this at least one track on this new mix tape album. He's done with time and Paula. Who We've talked a bit about on the podcast, not so where the dust penalties falsifying statistics weeks, but they the album, which has a long nine. Goal. Remember now is out this week, so that's that's the streets. Let's get to the Negro. Shooting reminds me and my thirsty plot unique sixteen feeling Tony points to the sky feel free. Polo, LICO For behind me, swimming the tape loose, say Coalfield Suelas. Smiles all easy. Lay from Sean Story. This is when we talk about new new pieces in the library. We say Cheryl. Please just stick around and jump in the mood takes. You feel you WanNa say something about any of the mall and Jasper getting mention just just pitch in. We'll first pieces Hugh Nolan. Disc Music Teco, twenty, fourth June, nine, hundred, sixty seven and. And he goes down to you folks ufo the. HIPPEST Hippie Club in London's especially a brief pulse, and he says what other clubs give constant light shows far out movies ragent from avant-garde American to vintage Lugosi horror I got jazz groups, the latest sounds and pop straight six, freaking out having their addresses cutoff and the author of the original suzy cream cheese as about. Your presentation. Of before they take your jacket off. It's fantastic I mean because Mitt. Firemen the late McFarland is one of our Isis. The dolman you back then. Fourteen, hundred, sixty nine. Times George Harrison's by Ritchie Yorke. Says it's pretty interesting. Firstly he he's asked about why the Beatles of stopped playing live and says you know we form the whole time, probably in my opinion, anyway, we reached off peak in Hamburg. So he reckons the best is a life ban. When they were playing in Hamburg before they were making records, and he says when we came back to England last time per Gig, we regarded as sort new thing, but already were was the past brought back. It's funny when you think about it. And then he says just bring up the current. In a way revolution number nine was alright if it wasn't particular, Beatles source of thing. Can sometimes. I feel like a spy just. Beetle, when there's a much greater jobs done in the world, it's it's a very. Short Harrison is. Articulate and quite interesting man. My favorite Basil I was. Always been my favorite. Cheryl homophobic people. My cousins made me choose between the Beatles and the stones very early on I was about six. To be recognized FELICIA. To fight with? The it was like I had to choose, and I chose the stones actually. Yeah well me, too. I think mark and I will probably this. I chose the Beatles until. February may nine hundred sixty. Eight of the stones came on top of the POPs Promo video with face paint on doing jumping Jack Flash then I just moved the other side that that single things I choose the Beatles. Sorry chaps all right. Of Yoko Ono, and she does this thing when you go into a house where she leaves you in the room with the white piano, and she came back, and I was in the hall, looking at her paintings, and she was like, but the piano and I was like. I really have come to interview you and she was just so. What meaning? You know she couldn't believe I wasn't really sure to there to look at the piano. Touch of the places wet. Argo be far more interested in her work than his actually, yes. Along that generation where the Beatles really didn't mean that much t rex was my first great love music after device it rollers course. Another. Have you on another talented? Okay Nine, hundred, seventy three. This is Lillian Russell The New York Sunday News into getting on the phone. 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"hugh nolan" Discussed on Pantheon
"And then dry. Your eyes on a thinks on the second album you know I mean these are pretty soppy sophie so. You know. What does he call rap project? I think he's his name for the streets you know He. He Kuma attention while later. When did this conversation with the philosopher? John Gray, which is still. While you know from original part material to conversation with with. Bookstore dogs. It's just a really intellectually curious going. I did think competes blues was was really good I think a good things on the other albums, but he's still he still interesting. He mentioned Tang in that. Interview with Gavin. Just wanted to. Own Pass on the I watched the way tying documentary on sky documentaries I. Don't know if you've seen Cheryl you saying it. It's really good, actually annecy They were an influence to some degree on him, but I really recommend it. I think it debuted on American TV. SHOWTIME HBO Lost Give It's finally come here. It's in two parts, so it's two hours. If you've got a chance to see it, it's. Down I. Mean What what Fascinating Group of characters. And some of them have really charming. Just, not rebel. Our encounter with him in San Francisco. Do, I will never forget. Searches through this is the first time mark I ever went to America. On pages business and we were the San Francisco unless something he remembered I was aware that the Rizza was was sitting across from the white thing lounge, and then I realized that there will. I think he struck up a conversation with you gold we'll. He claimed to have met me. No you. Thinks Oh. Like. I know, you know. It was very funny anyway. That was a tangent tangent. He's called of Mikes and men. The thing I like about the streets and Mike Skinner. He lose to talks about in that interview. Clip is about how realness isn't real mess. It's just being genuine and an and it varies from context to context, and I think a lot of people don't get by when you know British rockers who here American rap. Rap while I've got to do the English version of that. That's not that's not the case. Is that go to do the thing that's relevant to your own context? And then then it'll make sense. It'll be authentic other than like it cannot be and I think that's one of the things that always shine through with with his stuff is that it is just just what he thinks and it's genuine. I comrades with interesting people this at least one track on this new mix tape album. He's done with time. Paula who we've talked a bit about on the podcast, not so where the dust penalties falsifying statistics weeks, but they the album, which has a long nine. Goal remember now is out this week, so that's that's the streets. Let's get to the Negro. Shooting reminds me and my thirsty plot unique. Dana Feeling Tony points to the sky. Feel free. Polo Lico. For behind me, swimming the tape say Coalfield Suelas. Smiles all easy. Lay from Sean Story. This is when we talk about new new pieces in the library. We say Cheryl please just stick around and jump in the mood takes, you feel you wanna say something about any of the mall and Jasper GonNa, Mention just just pitch in. We'll first pieces Hugh Nolan disc, music teco twenty fourth June nine, hundred, sixty, seven and. And he goes down to you. Folks ufo The hippest Hippie Club in London's especially a brief pulse, and he says what other clubs give constant light shows far out movies ragent from avant-garde American to vintage Lugosi horror I've got jazz groups, the latest sounds and pop straight six, freaking out having their addresses cutoff and the author of the original suzy cream cheese as Your presentation. Of? Take your jacket off. It's fantastic because Mitt firemen. The late McFarland is one of our Isis, the dolman that you back then moving fourteen, hundred sixty nine. Times George Harrison's by Ritchie Yorke. Says it's pretty interesting. Firstly he he's asked about why the Beatles of stopped playing live, and says you know we formed the whole time, probably in my opinion, anyway we've reached our peak in Hamburg, so he reckons the best is the life ban when they were playing in Hamburg before they were making records, and he says when we came back to England last time per gig. We regarded as a new thing, but already were was the past brought back. It's funny when you think about it. And then he says just bring up. The current is in a way. Revolution number nine was alright if it wasn't particular. Beatles source of thing. Can sometimes I feel like a spy? Just beetle? When there's a much greater jobs done in the world, it's it's a very. Short, Harrison is. Articulate and quite interesting man. My favorite Basil I was. Always, been my favorite. Cheryl favorite people. My cousins made me choose between the Beatles and the stones very early on I was about six. To be recognized FELICIA. To fight with. The, it was like I, had to choose, and I chose the stones actually. Yeah me, too. I think mark and I will say this. I chose the Beatles until. February may nine hundred sixty. Eight of the stones came on top of the POPs Promo video with face paint on doing jumping Jack Flash then I just moved the other side that that single things. I choose the Beatles. Sorry chaps all right. Of Yoko Ono and she does this thing when you go into a house where she leaves you in the room with the white piano, and she came back, and I was in the hall, looking at her paintings, and she was like, but the piano and I was like. I really have come to interview you and she was just so. What meaning? You know she couldn't believe I wasn't really sure to to look at the piano. Touch of the places where. Argo be far more interested in her work than his actually, yes. Along that generation where the Beatles really didn't mean that much t rex was my first great love music after device it rollers course. Have you on another talented. Okay nine hundred seventy three. This is Lillian. Russell The New York Sunday News into getting on the phone. All Green and Green Kentucky seducer on the phone. Just falls in love with him and he he's he's great. Dahlan, there are no tricks to life special formula. I'm not something you pick up and wine tight. On WHO TOMLIN PAYMENT! I, look in the mirror as I talked to you and I. See the face of a command some really good. Just got the lately Robson on board. Thanks to her niece. I'm finding her writing revelation. She's such a good writer. Talk. Bill! Into these buck owens the times and eighty nine. He's talking about how much he hated. Way Country Music. So sick of what music turned into I, tried to compromise to be quite blunt. It made me gag. Of course was was you would have known imagine through the face Cheryl but Before Michael.
"hugh nolan" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"The appreciate it getting a small salary and low is willing to release whatever he had at that time would he's writing a lot of children's songs his own kids so one right. Little record came out after another and then came out ten inch Lp called this land is your land and one of the songs in. It was a song that I remember thinking was one of Woody's lesser efforts Said so simple the EDP D D D D D D be well. I taught a lesson. It was a triumph of simplicity. Mold like that Song you remember when I oh well. That's why he you title the record after the sub is always only one a dozen songs on the record. This land is your land and this land is my land and the California New York. I land a great story. Like I said. We'll listen to a fabulous the royalties and songs the end. But it's really slight from this interviews quite hard to hear some of the questions because Tony Chevron was very kitty pointing the MIC to the subject. Which is good thing? I've really enjoyed digitizing to and whatever one thinks about about Pete and his music. He was amount of numerous moral integrity and ahead. And this is not long after my lashes died coups and the Smithsonian is a quad default quays catalog and it still keeps the entire catalogue as it were imprint of after all these years. Which is a laudable thing and I think tiny goes up to because Pete had this amazing house on the Hudson River and the Hudson River became very important part of his life and music. It's actually I founded upset you fascinating not not knowing that much about folk ways or even Woody Guthrie I. I felt sort of kind of privileged. To hear this mock. You have to remember Pete. Headlock with lead belly to said he does talk about lead belly. Absolutely crucial does outlet. Billy No van Morrison and well lead belly new. I went to see Lebanese widow. The one of my one of my pilgrimages gene on that Sam Gerry Davis Jeff. I went I open to Qatar case. There was the twelve string Gary Davis and she said Yeah Yeah. He's done cool son so and I went down to Greenwich Village very was we took a fantastic. So it's interesting because the lead belly have will things as festival. The lomax connection basically being kind of inverse comes rescued than appallingly patronized. By the elder lomax is it. Allan the father I Aldea this terrible video. You can find it on on film. You can find youtube where it's lead belly. Alan Lomax is and he's been busy. Told to dress in overalls and go. Yes yes yes yes yes to this. This guy. The lead belly actually wants to address and smart clothes and gallivant with the goals. And have a drink fine liquor. Lots of he was no steph infection and he resented he he fell out with Alan limits. I should successfully sued Ellen and Loma. Tv. Yes which is pretty amazing. Probably with the help of Mo- ash of course living in New York City living on a plantation. And it's interesting to hit. Pete talk about this like second or third full woke up on the. Larry saw I think between Avenue B. and C. Which which is where Mr Mrs Lead Perry leave and it a little details like that absolutely had a really good relationship with more you know about the relationship you have with the low maxes anyway. Really feel you people out there have a listen to this is really fascinating right so great Jones to get your kind of personal input so fantastic and as we were please stick around because networks going to just talk through some of his highlights from the new library pieces this way. You can just jump in if anything if the mood takes. First thing is against new government but Philip elwood's San Francisco Zometa and he sees the classic Coltrane Quartet. Live in San Francisco to sixty five. This is won't Jimmy Garrett Cole McCoy tyner Elvin Jones. This is like a coach. Great unfiltered says the best of jazz always most hustle and communicative musical Fulham co-trainers expanding jazz out to undefined horizons and though the destination often seems uncertain. The ways obviously well. Charleston is astonishingly imaginative and creative. Mind it's this. Great is this is a nineteen sixty-five review swatting my job. Nice piece arising out. He's very good. A second thing is on credited though. I suspect by music. Echoes House Hippie. Hugh Nolan reviews velvet underground. Nikko munching sixty. Which is throughout many reveals the Velvet Underground Nico. He says he's heartbroken. Royal brought up to date let Christie an electric Viola adds a distinctive cruel harsh note particularly Yvonne Venus infers and her and to the best tracks on the album which are never let us get played in the BBC. Let me see the skating. Threw up seventy six Michael Watts reviews Keeton Anna mcgarrigle at opponents debut album from those two and he'd love it's a long reviews like twelve hundred words which is a long review he says. As far as the album's consent cates writing slightly do the more consistent pops and yet honest heart like a wheel isn't Piece attender slope leading Song in which the lyrics are exquisite shaped by vocals themselves around. The Melody Welled Up Michael Barr. One of the most beautiful songs ever written we on to Great James. Yeah yes I do. I absolutely so good at those kind of stone..
"hugh nolan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Plus, of course, Monday night football saints and skins the return of Mark Ingram. How dangerous will that New Orleans offense? Be now that they get him back to help compliment Alvin Kamara so should be a compelling Monday night football game as well. And this is the place Hugh, check it out right off of briar gate, and we love to see you little bit earlier. If you wanna come out while I am here. I got some airforce gear. That I would love to give to you. Because of course after Saturday, we all should be wrapping air force. In fact, I have a air force hashtag. Let's fly rubber band on my wrist. Now is a great win on Saturday. The most complete win that I've seen from air force certainly since the game last year. But I would even put with what was on the line and everything like that. I I would certainly put Saturday's win against navy up against that improbably take Saturday's game over that match matchup last year. But I will pose that question to Brent Brigham into the gazette when he joins us here in fourteen minutes, and how much of a genius does Brandt. Look like now that Donald Hammond. The third is doing his thing. And by the way, it is Donald. So I called him Donald. And then I heard a bunch of other people. DJ? So then like, the sheep am. I started calling DJ and then brand asked them after the game Saturday way like to be calling Donald so add right? The first time but Brent Brigham and will join us in fourteen minutes. Sam farnsworth's shed jeweled to join us in our number two. If Sam if you're listening reach out buddy reach out some connection here some confirmation on a Monday would be terrific. Other than that. You're my guest, which is awesome. Because you're the best guests that I could have. I'm not just saying that q eight six zero zero four six that is the text line come on. I know you want to get it out today. What a just a biz mole sports day for the state of Colorado yesterday with the way that both the Rockies and the Broncos performed, unfortunately, I can only do one thing at a time. We do have the poll question out there on our social media channels, add extra sports thirteen hundred either on Facebook or Twitter. What was the more disappointing effort the Rockies in game three yesterday? Or the Broncos against the jets right now, sixty seven percent of you say the Rockies were the more more disappointing effort yesterday, and I would tend to agree because that's where I want to start today is with the Colorado Rockies. And I don't know how many of you that are either. Objective observers or Rockies fans thought that the rock we beat sitting here today and the Rockies will be done playing baseball. Now, I had written them off multiple times this year. I did not write them off after losing game two. I thought this was going back to Milwaukee. I thought at least. We'd be talking today. Previewing game. Four with Kyle Freeland on the mound. In fact, I was supposed to be at back east born grow up at the sixteenth street mall. And now there's. There's not no reason because it's still an awesome place to go. But there's no sporting event going on in Denver tonight that you would want to pre-game or have a pregame meal at which was the whole reason we were going to be up at the sixteenth street ball. So we're here. Stay local why travel up by twenty five today. Did not see that coming really did not see that coming. Although after the brewers got on the board, and the I I kind of felt like. Who maybe this was the beginning of the end. But certainly going into the game. I didn't think. That the Rockies weren't even going to take a game in this series. They played fifty postseason innings the Rockies did. And they scored five runs five runs in fifty innings. That's one for every ten innings, which is that's on average in that is somewhat appropriate given that the Rockies scored one run before the ninth inning in every game that they herb. How do I want to put that they scored only one run before the ninth inning in those fifty antics? They got the early lead against Chicago. And the rest of the time. It was. Yeah, we're just gonna wait till the very end of the game. And that's when we're going to score runs, and we're not going to score that many. To garbage time. Home runs in L A, a run in the first and the thirteenth at Wrigley to runs in the ninth in game one and nothing the rest of the way nineteen straight scoreless innings to close out the season. And unbelievably terrible flop on the big stage to be sure here is bud black after yesterday's loss. You know, we got into the dance we fought we might not have played our best. But that's part of that is the opposition how they played. But again, our guys are guys played how you're supposed to play. That's what I'm most proud of that came to play every day, but Kim to play in the series. I got out play. But you know, that's part of competition. I hate hearing that I absolutely hate hearing that justification I understand that you want to be gracious in defeat. And I understand that you give credit to your opponent. That's just what you do. But I but. The brewers put names in a hat and drew them out to get their game. One pitching plans game two they through someone who the Rockies didn't even want in Jolie seen in the Rockies want every decent pitcher. And then gained three they go up against Wade Miley who hasn't had any are a below five cents. Jeb Bush was the front runner for the Republican nomination for president. There is no reason that is not giving you don't need to give credit to the brewers for the way that they pitch that was a failure on the Rockies part. That was not all of a sudden Jolie show scene and Wade Miley becoming Tom Seaver Nolan. Ryan the Rockies looked undisciplined in nearly every at bat. They ended up striking out. How many times they strikeout forty three times? They've struck out forty three times in this postseason, which is almost twenty more times than the next closest team in strikeouts in these playoffs. This. This is absolutely on the Rockies, you take Christian yelich. Josh hater off the Milwaukee Brewers. They're barely better than the Cincinnati Reds. The brewers aren't that good of a baseball team. But here's the here's the problem. And here's the harsh reality. The Rockies found out. If the Rockies didn't have Kyle Freeland her mom Marquez in those and sends a tell at times, they be the San Diego Padres. This lineup was vastly overrated vastly overrated. They paid the wrong guy. In Charlie Blackmon. They should have saved their money and paid DJ. Lemay, hugh? Nolan aren't auto for all of his, you know, yelling and hooting and hollering in the locker room about how he wants to play in big games. Sure didn't show up for one. Trevor story was the only regular rocky in the lineup to hit over two hundred. And he's still struck out more than he got a hit. So yes, the brewers are a decent team. And obviously they are much better than the Cincinnati Reds. I am prone to hyperbole at times. But what this series was about was not about the Milwaukee Brewers. It was not about the Milwaukee Brewers. It was about the failure of the Colorado Rockies. You remember in two thousand seven you had the feeling that wants the Rockies lost once it was over. Right. You just felt like they lose one game. It's all gonna come crashing down. And then they happen to lose game one of the World Series. And then they ended up getting swept by the Red Sox. The Rockies had to go on a mini that type of run just to get in because of the damage they did to themselves against subpar teams. And then getting swept by LA. They had to go on a mini run. Just to get in. And you may say, well, they beat the cubs. Well. A lot of people can tell you that or cubs fans that the cubs were a bigger. Rack at the moment. Then the Rockies were. So that's what that was. They looked hapless against Walker. Bueller? They were barely passable against the Chicago Cubs. And then they were no match for the Milwaukee Brewers eighteen Ned maybe as much better than I give them credit for but they're not that much better than the Colorado Rockies. And certainly they're pitching is not good enough to do that to the Rockies. So extremely disappointing far more disappointing in my opinion. Then the Broncos which will get into later because to me I picked the Broncos to lose to the jets. I thought we'd be talking about game four tonight. I did not expect the Rockies to lose yesterday. And heck, I didn't even expect them to lose ackward field at all. I thought they were going back to Milwaukee. So to me yesterday was the far more disappointing. The one good thing the won the silver lining here or the the caveat or the positive note. However, you wanna look at it is that overall this season for the Rockies was a success. The play offs an abject failure and a disappointment. But the season overall. Was a step in the right direction. The question becomes and we'll get into this as the week progresses. Do the rock are the Rockies coming back next year? With this team. And then they're going to add. Is the windows. Still open for the Rockies DJ la- Mayhew hits the free agent market. Adamant vino is a free agent. You have to decide on Nolan an auto, wait, you're gonna do. Can you sign him? Does he want to sign long-term if he doesn't want to sign long term in the off season? Do you deal him? So you don't wait till the trade deadline and get nothing. Like the Orioles Manny Machado. That'll be the question throughout the week is with that loss yesterday did the Rockies window close. And are they going to be basically starting from scratch next year? It was overall a very good season for the Colorado Rockies, but this series against the brewers was an abject failure and disappointment two eight six zero zero four six your thoughts. Extremely welcome on this Monday. We'll get into the Broncos debacle at the bottom of the hour. Coming up next though because I can't go negative two segments in a row. Let's break it up with some positive talk. How them falcons beat down navy? They did a lot more than sunk navy on Saturday. How did they do it? Brent Brigham into gazette tells us next on extra sports.
"hugh nolan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The bases. When Orlando are RC couldn't handle a slow chopper by DJ LeMay, Hugh Nolan narrow Nado got behind in the count but tied the ballgame. Pitch is driven to center field. Common is Cain Hamson tags. He's going to try and score. And he is in there and Charlie Blackmon moves up to third Garrett Hamson a rookie beat canes throw to the plate. The game is tied. And the go ahead run is ninety feet away. Garrod Hamson safe at home, presented by ring pro partners and CASA the mission to be advocates for abused and neglected children. Unfortunately, four the Rockies, it was a strikeout or a fielder's choice on the first pitch by David doll. And they got Charlie Blackmon at the plate. And then Trevor story struck out the Rockies missing out on a chance to grab the lead. The brewers threatened in the. Ninth-inning no damage done there. But a leadoff walk by Christian yelich after being behind in the count of eventually set up. Mike moose stock is with a base it the right field and the brewers in ten innings win game. One three two two or game recap. Brought to us by Audi flat irons at Audi. Flatiron jury experiences their number one priority. Visit Audi flat irons dot com. More from Milwaukee in a moment on KOA Rockies radio network. I'm Gary Arnold with pipe fitters local to.
"hugh nolan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"It's why you have them on your roster for speed and defense. He came in Jarrod Dyson. He's your Dave Roberts. He's your one Peres. I dunno you name here, Kelvin Tomlinson. I dunno. Matt Duffy somebody who has some speed who can who can come in from second score around which he did on the buyers. RBI double terrorist. Gore gets hit by a pitch it then gets reviewed and he was not hit by the pitch. It was just Chris Guccione the home plate umpire the rest is history. A game for the ages. Cal free. Even with the best pitch game in the history of the Colorado Rockies. Here's my favorite note from last night coming into the ballgame. John Lester, by the way. Now has not one either of the wild card games. He started the other one the big loss for the Oakland A's back in two thousand fourteen but coming into the game. This was his twenty fifth playoff appearance. He had more appearances in the postseason himself in the Rockies did as an entire franchise about that the as will get underway tonight in another wildcard game. I'll be glued to my television, this one I think everybody's more excited about this one the Rockies and the cubs people saying an improbable win for the Colorado Rockies, maybe because of the three games in three days. Maybe it's because the cubs had to lose two in a row at home for this to happen. Maybe watch a little more west ball. I wasn't shocked by the way, the Rockies played only shocked by the fact that they didn't have more runs scored. Oh, absolutely. I was just more shocked that they didn't put four or five of them up there. You look at that line at the top of the lineup you'd pick that against anybody. I think in all of baseball Charlie Blackmon, DJ LeMay, Hugh Nolan or not oh Trevor story. Those are the first four hitters in your lineup. I'll put those four against the Astros up. Against the Indians. I'll put them up against the Yankees who Liam Hendriks of your Oakland Athletics is gonna face tonight. I think they I think they're over thinking this thing. Dave, I really do. I think the as are doing the thing that I hate Joe Madden does or they try to reinvent the wheel reinvent baseball. And I'm not having it. We'll break it down a little Oakland as wildcard game talk coming up next in the leadoff spot on the sports leader. NBR's.
"hugh nolan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Got a wreck streak. Don't we? Man. Oh, man. Rockies cat down here. And ready for liftoff were to see it w come out of this thing Rockies need a win tonight. Essentially is how this works out Cory Lopez. We're less than a half hour away. Rockies in-depth coverage from Chavez ravine in Los Angeles. And I would assume sunny California, most of the time out there. We got a little rain here that would have caused some problems, but the Rockies are on the road they need to get a win here. Just like they did in San Francisco saved the last game. Get the win. Don't get swept in the series. And you can hang around a little bit. I know I feel like I keep saying it. But man, you gotta find a way to get a W here tonight. You get too far back after tonight, you belong at ten games lapped and you had to Arizona, although I'm not sure zone is putting out their best lineup. We'll explain coming up for you in just a bit. We're going to talk with our friends Hobart Ortho Colorado hospital that would be Dr David Steiner who's gonna jump on board would talk about elbow issues. Seems pretty timely doesn't it? We will talk to him a little bit about Trevor story and the possibilities of him being back by the weekend. It certainly sounds like it from the folks that have had the opportunity to talk with Trevor today, he feels even better according to the Twitter verse out there, and that's good news. All these not penciled into the lineup tonight. You know, who is pencilled into play shortstop tonight. Ian, Desmond looks like bud. Blacks going all offense here tonight. So desperate OB at shortstop. And j MAC is going to be at first base. They're going to get the lefty into the lineup against the right hander Walker. Bueller? You've got par in left field. David doll is going to be in right field. And of course, Charlie Blackmon DJ. Lemay Hugh Nolan are not normally in there. I n that'll be the dish. But the possibilities later in the game. You could have cargo come off the bench. You could have Matt Holliday come off the bench. So he's setting it up to try to get after this. Unbelievable rookie who's playing pitching. Well, think about it. He had a stint down in triple eight but seven five two point eight ERA didn't get a lot help early on. And once he's figured things out where he's pretty good. He doesn't have a decision against the Rockies. Okay. And they got bombed a little bit by the Rockies. That's before he kinda fix some things Tyler Anderson going for the Rockies here tonight. We'll go through what happened last night a little bit. Chris Taylor solo home run proposed stayed up late last night heard. It watched it. It was tough. They asked adamant of beano to go more than an inning anti-hunger slider there and Taylor took him out in the bottom of the tenth inning. Boy. Oh boy. Clayton Kershaw wasn't a part of the going seven innings Rockies got to a little bit. But man, it was tough. Kyle Freeland looked really good last night. And you just could not help him out and get the win. And there's a change in the way the rotations going to go here the rest of the way this season. So we'll explain all of that. As we continue on Kevin up. Bottom of the hour. We will talk. Well, we'll head out to Shabazz re Iraqis on-deck time at seven thirty take you into game three the final game of the season series as well for the Rockies and the dodgers and the Rockies need to get themselves. A w we'll take a break come back. Dr David Schneider is going to join us next. This is Rockies countdown here on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. It.
"hugh nolan" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"And so now I'm watching Hugh Jackson because he felt like he got a little up staged by Jarvis Landry and his profane tirade of last week's hard knocks. And now now Hughes, throw a tirade out on the practice field and then in the meeting room, but does give you know that that you, but it was a little over the in. If I'm a Cleveland Brown, I'll go back to my dorm room or over. I'm going and I'm saying, come on. You, you know, you're playing to the camera. You cleaned it up Hugh Nolan. Nolan a logo drop a lot of bombs, and I don't know. I heard a bunch. I heard a bunch, but to me, John Dorsey is trying to play to the camera with bringing in Dez because it's marquee. It's headlines. It's its box office to bring him into the camera window game Bill be bringing Bryan if you don't think you can win no game for you. Now I'm trying to win a gain on our knocks. Yeah, we hood bigger so much planning a camera with with what has transpired in that receiving unit. It's it's saying we could potentially go after Dez. Now when you bring in the Twenty-eight ranked above, why wouldn't you? Because I don't know one other, they say they're bringing in others, but I've not read one other. This conversation would be moot if Josh Gordon within camp, but because Josh Gordon isn't in camp and they don't know if and when he's coming to camp or coming during the first hard knocks last week, they said, this is John. Dorsey to Hugh or vice versa. Sooner than later, we expect him back pretty soon before the season starts. So really, you're going to risk Dez Bryant, if you really believe Josh Gordon's going to be back with you for game one. I don't know if they really believe. I don't think so. Really don't think so. I mean, because when I look at that situation, you see them moving forward even with the young rookie Antonio Calloway the way they're talking to him the way Todd heap offense coordinator is talking him Haley ta, I'm sorry, Todd Haley, Jackson, they're going up to this young man like, look, I need you to pull it together. We need to see growth, which is why they punished him by playing him just about the whole game. Yes. When I when I see that and I hear that that leads me to believe they don't really know, Josh Gordon's gonna be available. Okay. All right. I'm with you on that, but you do have Jarvis Landry and in the end, you know how I feel about death. I used to love him. I'm just done with him, and I think he's reached that point of no return more trouble than he's worth. He still believes he's Dez and I think he's just another Bryant. So are you really gonna throw him into this. Mix right now of a young team on the verge and think that he's going to take you over the top. I don't know if those quarterbacks are gonna love him. Now Baker will talk to him. Maker would try to put him in his place, but is it worth that disruption in this on the sideline in the huddle, if you don't, if you make him a backup receiver, if you throw him to ball's a game, he is not going to be happy and he's on a one year deal where if you wanna one year deal, you need production..
"hugh nolan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Well yeah you know in terms of people's opinions externally it really doesn't matter i mean everybody's gonna a lot of people who who like to talk are going to weigh in feel like they should weigh in on it i mean we're we're days from it actually coming to fruition so i mean almost no time has passed and you know not really that stuff doesn't matter what what really matters is that you know charlie is is is happy and content with it and as we are we in that you know we together now move forward and he plays winning baseball and helped us win gains and we support him you know continued support him in the ways that we have you know so the rest of it is just kind of is just kind of noise and you know the the true value will be will only be noun years and years from now now of course immediately after this happens you talk about the stories and people have their opinions but then also and i even said it to okay up next dj lemay hugh nolan are nado the work never ends i would imagine you probably got a few questions about that as well yeah as as i've said there are there are timelines and and clock ticks on each player in different ways you know that's clock ticks when when guys.
"hugh nolan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"In cleveland just execute early sooner which would have felt my group center it's in the mass right now maximum rockies couldn't do much against arizona lefty patrick corbin who gave up two runs in five and two thirds struck out eight manager bud black slider tonight i think that was the key for him you know the good breaking pitching went to it went to it often but the slider had good depth to it i kept it down out of the hand it looks like a strike dj lemay hugh nolan arnaldo each hit a solo home run for the rockies jake lamb drove in four for game two tonight tyler anderson versus robbie ray our coverage begins at seven the avalanche has five games left truck colorado trails saint louis and anaheim by a point in the wild card race as head coach jared bednarz says they know what's on the line you know it's you know we were out for a while back in out again and the only time it matters whether you out is next saturday or sunday whenever the season ends abso chicago tonight face off at seven on altitude big road games coming up against la against anaheim against san jose and then the regular season finale at home against saint louis still a lot of hockey to be played nuggets at oklahoma city that one gets going at six on a tude nc double a women's semi finals tonight in columbus as the final four hits the mid west mississippi state against louisville and yukon goes against notre dame huskies head coach geno auriemma gets right to the bottom line at the time you.
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"To me remarkable from Gentlemen. Thank you very much for talking to us. Royal Mail Now in private hands is closing its valuable pension scheme. That promise to pension based on years, worked in salary, earned, eighty eight thousand workers, a members, all that instead agreed with the Communication Workers Union to replace it with a new kind of pension, individual contributions, all go into one big pension. Paul not individually tacked on the scheme, pays members an income for life out of it inevitably as a new at Kuna to scrape at CDC or collective defined contribution scheme with me as Hillary sought cheese sold. She the founder of first at to Ariel, the pensions consultancy, who worked with the unions on this new idea that he result, Shall we start? Can you just described to us the two kinds of existing pension scheme and how this one's different? Yes. So as you said to the defined benefit scheme as a promise of a pension at retirements, and if things go badly in pension scheme, for example, investment returns don't come. So employee has to meet the additional cost makeup, not deficits, and we know that many employers enough. Really willing to do that anymore with defined contribution scheme that many people will now be an press had been altered wrote in it. That gives you an individual parts of Monet's like a saving scheme. No guarantees. You have a potted when he retirement. If you want to convert into an income, you have to either by an annuity or Jordan against that point. Right. So the the existing kinds them one of which called the ploy a take thrift. The other one, the employee thankful Riskin has to make a lot of decisions that many of them feel they can't. How does yours fit into that? So with the collective DC scheme, The defined contribution nature of it is at both the employees and the employer pace set contribution in that doesn't change. So Investment returns, move F-4 against you that's reflected in a change in the members benefits So lists a Shad collectively with the members. There's no risk on the employer, but nothing guaranteed Stay with us because also Here is Hugh Nolan. He's president of the Society of pension professional Hunan. Is this new CD? The answer to all the firm's who has scrapping these good defined benefit schemes will certainly it's a nice compromise between the two extremes, where, as you say, the employer-employee take all the risks themselves. Uh, it was something that should be told about a number of years. The question is really whether ship assailed the budget mean by the ship has sale resumes Asia. You realize how Yeah, so he's got two thousand six there in a three and a half thousand a open pension schemes on the defined benefit will final-salary basis in the can the private sector. That fell to seven hundred by last year. So eighty eight percent of schemes have been closed over that period. So do you feel be no demand for this? If if if I mean, obviously it gained be introduced, we had with fit for the Royal Mail's can be nagging entre. There are only one point three million people left in these games. I compared to three point nine million ten years ago. So the demand his trip has lessened dramatically Henry finding any demand for this when people headed. I think it's rim to say. A cut to DC just as an alternative to defined benefit. In fact, we would see it as as very much part of the solution to lots of people who are building up at defined contribution pots, perhaps in all twin Roman schemes and the two reasons why a collective defined contribution schemes will provide a much better pension on average than an individual DC co. Their scheme is because it is more efficient because it's done collectively. When you pay your contributions in the skin doesn't have to pay to invest those contributions. At the same time, it's painted disinvest contributions to pay my pension because monies fungible those amounts confer conflicts straight through in. So there's a much lower level of charges. The other point is that with a collective defined contribution, scheme members are sharing longevity risk. If you're sixty five and you got an individual DC Poyton you joined downfull Mets. You probably need to see him the economic by forty years to give yourself a really low probability that you and I said Monday. But if you're saving with. Into the papal you will, on average as that of that group of collective people lift perhaps twenty years. So you can see why you can get a much better pension from that kind of a collective scheme Yoged that works in theory, but unfortunately people Shirley don't like that idea. So people when the boat in New Jersey's worked on the basis, The share that risk if they die, though they felt they were being ripped off. So leaving aside, whether it's a good thing or not, And you you make the case very well Hillary there. He's rather sceptical. You caught actually do it now. Can you because you need a change in the lower that, Right? We don't need a change in legislation and we recognize that there are some significant constraint some on parliamentary time, but will lead believed his possible to make these changes to add tweaks to the existing defined contribution legislation. We think we can do that through secondary legislation. We get to some very positive noises from government shadow. Pensions team has been very supportive, solitary hopeful that we can get that legislative change. Other the challenge with particular bra. The general, the moment, There's a lot of things to be sorted out, both in pensions and elsewhere, and find the time to make the detail changes needed for this will be a challenge. It would be nice to have a a third way of solving pension difficulties. I just wonder about the practicalities, the swim letters, and have to see whether that happens. But I bring you back to this scheme itself because in this scheme, Royal Mail is putting in a total of fifteen point. Six percent of pay workers will put in six percent. That's twenty one point six percent at pay getting in. Of course, that'll be better than the average defined contribution schemes where it's about nine percent on now after all to enrollment. It's coming down July four percent isn't isn't the level of contributions the key here. Yes, fundamentally what you put, whose what you're going to get out. Collective DC might generate a little bit extra out of that by having a better investment strategy. But fundamental, You have to pay the right amount of money and to get a decent pension and Harry. What's your experience of schemes where they do closedown defined benefit schemes? Do they put that sort of the mounting or far less generally far less? But the point you make is really important because of an employer is spending that kind of money on the pension scheme. It wants to make sure we spend in that when he officiant lay and with it with existing options of individual DC, it's really not getting it a good man quit spoke. It won't spend that much on fuel or a post fountains without making sure is Kennedy really efficient vehicle and that's what we need to provide yesterday at the moment. Companies of Yogi into Autry enrollment comporting what what they call one pesetas actually slightly less than us a little really going to care about all that. All they it. It's the scheme the put a lot in that will care. I mean huge You think that Autry enrollment is going to have to raise the contract nearly going up statutorily but beyond what they're paying too tight, a decent pension, your show the Rajaguru increased weight percentl him I will do well for low of people. Through would lodge sumo money going in the other, a number of ideas being floated parlor can be achieved in practice, fundamental loose, entourage, And people is good idea. Never going to be 21-percent ISIS pink, Hillary feld. You know, Thanks very much for talking to us, And that's just about. 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