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"hugh roe" Discussed on RISE Podcast
"Let's start at the beginning. Because i love your story and i think it's so inspiring and for people who've never heard it before you talk to us about your career. What doing today but also the journeys how you got here. Yeah i'm michael longman immigrants. I came here forty years ago yesterday. I was doing numbers all my got forty years ago. It seems like yechury sitting alone Hannah i'm the only child i'm the only grandchild and i always dream about being a journalist but i had a big problem. I was very I was everything. I was full of fears. I was very insecure. I've never gone to colleges. I've never been in therapy. I don't know why. I was like that but i knew i dream about the life that i have now and i knew it was gonna be difficult and then like when i was like thirty years. Old There is that cosmopolitan version of the english Magazine spanish and i started reading it. I am. I found a mentor. The editor in chief hugh roe things that made me feel empowered. Made me feel that. I can make. I came to study communication to miami. And i have a friend who was friend of her and when i finished when i graduate i asked my friend i wanna i wanna appointment with her and she gave me my first job so it is like a novel. But it's true so you became like the hispanic vote. Yes and then. She has her own magazine Twenty four. I said working with when i was twenty one when i was twenty four. She gave me her magazine. I was the editor in chief. I always tell her you're crazy. I wouldn't even magazine with my name to go. She did he became my curse. Boss might mentor and ten years later we had a fight. We separate and i started my career in television as a producer. Jane years later we make peace by the way we want. We were together less friday. And when i was safety i went. I look back. And i said yeah i became the woman of my dreams be In a spider hole might fierce. She helped me a lot but When night when i quit my job. I have to I always says. I graduate from college that she was best teacher and i have to apply everything she taught me. And then i when. I when i got fifty when i was said. I'm going to write a book trying to help. All those fear full fears. Women that leave alive the that things that exocet that success is the privilege of someone else. And i need that guy was taylor in my life completely changed because they shy girl star have to start give conference i was. I was even invited to your rice Napalese thousand women. That was crazy in my life changed completely after my first book. Now i have written three books on the resident on an executive producer for morning show hispanic morning. Show so Yeah i'm not clear example that you have to take action not just any morning show. You're the executive producer of a really big morning show. You said that sort of a number rifle. I inherited the. I always said that. I've been there for nine years. I inherited the number one hispanic morning show and still the number one so we have a great team. I'm very proud of over yet. We are immigrants like our viewers so we know what they need. So we're on. We're always trying to to help to entertain will always says that we are joyful. We are helpful and and we are hopeful. You are joyful. Because i that's how we first met was that i came to the show and the energy this was pre cova but the energy of being in the same room with you. All there is so much joy. There's so much life there. There's just so much. Imagine that you have all your All her books and you admired her on one day. He comes to your show Bombs and and and i remember when when by mid-year year rise events that i said to myself i can say no and nobody will ever know because i was to be there was scared to fit in english and i say you know what i'm going to say yes and i went and he was one of the best experience of my life. Thank you again. you're my gosh. It was such a blessing for everybody who is in.
"hugh roe" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast
"F T L to get ten dollars off your first fab bit van box you're gonna be. So glad you did this pair body back to the show. I'm gonna go back just for a minute, because it seems like to me at least that twenty sixteen was a bit of a watershed year for you in terms of content. What really that was just true in the world. And I felt like that year. It's just felt like I saw the skim, absolutely everywhere. I mean, whether you were interviewing presidential candidates, which was super exciting, or as you mentioned earlier registering people to votes. Really? I mean, that's something you should be probably proud of forever. So what do you have planned? And of course, you've just crossed the midterms recently. But what do you have planned for the twenty twenty election? You've got to be thinking about it. I'd love to hear what you are working on in terms of that election, and then I'd also love to hear your predictions. I mean, what do you think that we will see from the news cycle Visco around? I'm still excited about this question. And actually, we are beginning about now accuses twenty one but you're the first person to ask us about is that I think that one were so excited to see the different types of candidates that we've seen ranks you will call are women. It's, it's exciting to see the earthy in this group and in this field, and I think that no matter what your political beliefs, are that something exciting just for democratic process on the other thing that we're really excited about that. We the about a law is creating this identity of voters out there in having people really identify as a voter, I not the hardy, but that everytime election comes around you're not the game. I'm Republican or democrat, you're thinking that you're voter the exits shin. Is that at the end of the cycle, you are going to cast an idiot? That should be something that you feel strong about. And that you feel informed, you know, it's gonna be it's, it's gonna be a big election on, it's really important that this group Omonia women who hold so much power at have power to change things show up and make sure that they make there was hurt. Yeah. I know you know, we're all just sort of looking ahead with a bit of trepidation. The last election cycle was just. Well, I don't know if it's dramatic felt kind of traumatizing on the nation a little bit. And then, of course, we are now in this very strange time where. It's easier than ever to as we have seen to manipulate social media. It's easier than ever to put out. Doctored videos. It's easier than ever to have just spin, and, and fake news. Go viral and so that feels a little scary. So as, as the two of you who are responsible for putting news content in front of citizens in front of voters. I would just love to hear you talk a little bit about media literacy, and how you protect your own company from these darker influences and. I would just love to hear your opinion on how you think as a culture, we will be able to overcome some of these really insidious forces that, frankly, can threaten our democracy. The great ashen. I four most probably started was with a journalistic background ridge realistic integrity in the core of what we do on yet. You know a team you know about a hundred people now but we have a very need at to'real team. And we have higher everyone that we hire comes from usually make sure they've gone from a hard news background, or really gone through a really strong, aditorial camp at the skin and for us, we lead from day, one sort of them entre. Lee don't have to be irst. We have to be right and that's actually try to go into breaking news. And because we come from a place where we know what it takes to have the resources, especially in today's world to truly fack into truly be in the moment. And Ray now in this, this kind of two rental in twenty four seven new rash that, you know, people can keep up with themselves. So giving. The way that our products were who have the riba JD. Newfound the ability to take a second to digest, it to understand, whereas sources coming from, what are these are these actually facts to be able to appropriately fat check to them the able to digressed it into end, put it in front of our audience in a way that gives them enough information so that when they have the ultimate choice of going into a voting booth repeal, they're making informed choice in. So I think we've always kept our head down in focus on that and focus on that mission. And we've been very careful about how we think about partnerships. And we've been very careful about how he thought about building, another platforms actually building another platforms. And so, for that, for that reason, I think he knew he'd been able to sort of, in many may be the little engine that could on her own. Well, what's telling to is that your consumers are across the spectrum, you've right, that you are, that you draw people from all walks of life in different political parties in different ideologies, and different geographical areas. I mean that alone is very compelling. That people feel like they can trust you for unbiased news content. And that is literally exactly what you deliver. I'm I love to hear what? What what's your favorite thing? That you've pulled off, like a weird question, like you've now branch into so many cool areas. What is something that both of you? I lived here, brother answers kind of look back ago that was awesome. Like that was unexpected or that with further than we thought it was going to go. Just however you really want to answer it. But I think the answer, which is I think it's for both of us. What we don't election, Ana, I can't, I think, honestly, people when we started gambling keep being in your old job than we would say, no, the only time we ever myth. It is like on election night, or on a brick news thing, and you the white wine miss that rotary on. That's just a great things the Harda. And when we finally got to have achieved was just staring at each other at all really, we can build our own karate and not only that, like, we can free true action that we can measure. And I think when we started having kind of vision of what no excuses and that could be for as started talking to other companies, or other forms that on encourage voting. We saw just how artisan they were have they were really tied to specific agenda to your point. Our audience is really politically diverse. They live all over, they don't all vote the same way they don't all think family McDonnell, hat all this anyway. We're all going general Anthony everybody in. So then we were able to create a truly grassroots campaign Eckerd that built not just from twenty sixteen but into twenty eight heat truly lead spearheaded by our community who we Matt. And who went home in their learnings from our skin boot can't hear back home at then into that day. We got over two hundred thousand people to vote in show midterm is crazy. And when will about look at the graphic diversity of our audience and know that they were showing up in the most closely attested reasons we know that we made an impact, we know we made a difference. And so to me, I think it is like how do we pull it off? Because we is truly through the vision on grit hustle. Amazing team. That is outstanding. I mean, really sincerely outstanding. And I, I love the, the that you have the ear of millennials because, you know, just as the, the trends have tended to show, it's harder to get younger voters into the booth just in general. This isn't just this generation, that's kind of every, and so the fact that you are working on higher engagement with younger voters is exciting. And it's good. And I think it's good for our democracy. And it sets a really great example. I just find that exciting. Like, you've, you're, you're catching lightning in a bottle right now with an with a generation that is so much more active and politically, progressive minded in general just and engaged and it's just exciting. I think your work has enlists potential. What do you wanna do next? Like, what are your when you're just sitting around, and you're sort of dream boarding for the next five years? What do you see what are you hoping for? There's so much morbid wanna do think that, you know this bookstore is so exciting brisk is a chance to get in front of our skimmers where they are in so really interested in seeing what we can do across the country, whether taken are no excuses effort in a bigger way. This person will be doing ticketed event, which was so excited about the opportunity to get on stage in real conversations on an nuance. John skin nest daily podcast this year. So podcasting area that we love our relate cited Hugh Roe into yet. That is awesome. How are you going to how are you structuring a book tour? Is it just the two of you on a stage? Do you have a special gas? Are you feeling questions from the audience there? We're gonna ten different cities, and we're gonna have a moderator in each city. So we're so excited to have women like actually ram Hannah. Rochman Kurla hall service shell got our lake the it's gonna be amazing group. We are so excited that we're going to have conversations about what's in the book meeting, all of the stuff that needed now as me now, gated growing this company growing up. That's awesome. What, what some of really learned like where would you say this is a spot? We either we got it wrong and had to make it right? Or we didn't anticipate it at had to sort of adjust for it or we went down this one path, and realize it was the wrong one and head, of course, craft like where would you say these have been a couple of our biggest lessons either, just in reporting or in managing or whatever sort of level of your career? Any for me personally adverts on the management side in that's been the hardest thing in at times. The most rewarding awarding attempt most fumbling. And really learning what it means to be a strong communicator. What it means to set explications to explain what accountability is on how I'm involved or not involved as a manager. And then, of course higher, and so, so many of the women mentioned before whenever mentors have been like our right? Hands in helping to keep that out. Absolutely that I, I appreciate your humility that, that you are willing to talk about that openly, and make adjustments when your work calls for it. I, I love that you have learned on the fly, and that you've still ended up building such a beautiful company that you can be so proud of. So before we sort of wrap this up, I'm thinking about you, as two very young, ambitious successful women, we have so much to learn from you. And from your example. And so if if. Got a listener right now who's thinking about starting her own venture in whatever field. She loves what piece of advice, would you with the both of you give her sort of at the starting blocks? I think that one of the bases vice is she get comfortable with the word. Now, if you're gonna hear it more times than you think possible is doing something new or doing something. Interesting. See, you have to learn how to take it as an invitation to take different path, and not see it is not against, you great point women in general struggle with what feels like rejection. But yeah. If we all threw in the towel after our first five knows we would have no career none of us. That's a great win. Did you have another one that don't don't dance around what it is you're trying to ask for? I think if you are at. Inker something to raise a promotion, a job fundraising at work. I think something we were really guilty early on. Like flirting with the ass in hoping on his mind reader? I think that's very gendered. You know, men don't have a problem with direct communication by enlarge, and they so they tend to get what they want more often, and where women have this strange notion of either being overly polite or this strange idea of diplomacy or even just that they don't have a right to ask. And so I appreciate that. You're pushing back on some of those antiquated notions. In fact, it's interesting too, when I when I read sort of the data on workplace relationships direct communication in men, primarily appreciated by both men and women. So it's not a trait that people disdain, they actually prefer direct communication. So for some reason, we have this sense, sometimes as women that it's too forward. We're fat. Fact, it's actually useful and, and welcomed. So thank you for saying that specifically..
"hugh roe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"News at McDonald's. The US defense department has approved the first billion dollars worth of funding to US army engineers to build new sections of barrier along the Mexican border. The spending follows prison Trump's declaration of a national emergency to enable him to bypass congress and get his promised wall built the British MP's. Have backed an unprecedented move to greet you control of Brexit in a further blow to the Prime Minister, Theresa me, thirty members from her conservative party defied the government to support the cross-party amendment which will give parliament the chance to vote on alternatives to Mrs Maes Brexit deal. The Kurdish led administration that controls parts of northern Syria as conference international court to be set up to try members of the Islamic state group. An official told the BBC the administration couldn't cope with detaining hundreds of defeated ISIS writers, let alone putting them on trial. Israeli airstrikes have continued overnight in the Gaza Strip in response to Palestinian rocket fire. The Israeli army says it struck dozens of HAMAs targets at least thirty rockets were launched from Gaza into Israel on Monday. President Xi Jinping of China is due to hold talks in Paris with his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel mR Macron has argued that the EU needs to present a more United front in the face of growing challenges posed by djing. The French passenger to Germany has expressed concern the German policies on arms exports are jeopardising European defense cooperation, she said, it was unacceptable that Germany could veto the export of joint produce goods and the Mexican president has written to the king of Spain. And the poop to demand an apology for human rights abuses, during the conquest of the region five hundred years ago speed has rejected the idea BBC news. Welcome back to the art until in London on the BBC World Service. I'm they keep eighty and we're here exploring the impact Brexit may have on London's cultural scenes London is the birthplace of grime artists like widely storms e scepter. Dizzy, rascal have created this genre of music that particular to urban life in the capital fast beats wrapping it's about community and grime has given a previously mute generation of London is avoid performance, poet playwright and grime artists debris. Stevenson that. Was my definition of grind. What's your? Wow. Yeah. So we don't say wrapping, we say emceeing, which specific part of the over Lucien of Grima when you look at the volition of grimy. So it was a very specific story actually about the multiplicity and diversity of the colts here because really you can follow the migrate apart from the Caribbean. Sound system culture with EMC was the host the master ceremonies. You had German-based jungle. You also had Gingrich. So Gary preceded grime which you know, is sort of Albany flowers in the pouring rain sweet chocolate kind of the beauty. And the joy often. Think is the kind of Emo king kinda side of revolutionary music. And then it's like grandma's now. Comex it was like things are nice if you should be happy. But also about everything I like, the embracing of rage. That's what really taught me I think often in the arts, we're very lovey dovey. But you know, I was sixteen. I was seventeen. My parents were Mormon found that when I was twenty one I was the cavers case dyslexia assessor had ever seen being very badly bullied at school. And I was angry. And there was something Ingram. That just made complete sense to me really told me to read until me a right and inspired a whole generation to dedicate their life to words. So grime was born in London. But how international has the scene become is so international, and it gives me so much joy to be on a beach in South Africa. And he see an eighteen year old with a boombox that he showed up playing a lot that seeing from barking and a small university in Bayview, and someone was telling me that skepticism Hugh Roe and I've been in Trinidad and seen a sixteen year old. The knows all the words the storms these videos, and I get emotional thinking about because I just think. I think that I see it make exactly the same amount of said. Now, they made to me then oh and wasn't expecting. Yeah. And and it also can be so infuriating because obviously there is a narrative very reductive narrative about grime in this country that just talks about knife crime, and violence and all this stuff. And I just think okay. Yeah. I'm not gonna lie. That's what happened when I was growing up. But how can we not tell the stories, you know, like what you were saying because it is intrinsically connected to a lack of representations of the top you need to acknowledge the beauty of these stories. And when I made my show was so important for me. There will be no violence here. You're going to inform for us. What are you gonna perform today? So is a poem cooed the dogs of noon, and I voted for the British Council for their new building loads of arts organizations moving to Stratford. And when you talk about strap that you don't mean Stratford-upon-Avon, you mean Stratford in east London Olympics in two thousand twelve and I think for a lot of people maybe haven't been discharged for what was structured before two thousand twelve and for me. This was saying these are the beautiful things that have always been there. And if you are moving their, please honor those things. I'm very happy to say it made a property developer cry. So I think it did. Of the debris. Stevenson. The in forest gate. If you think you can come against, I I then lyrics who fly like birds in the sky, one of your bread jeans? And I next time think twice before you try and come against me. It's me. DWI noon generals. Grime MC sets two doves free in east London. Can you imagine these two holy spirit's amidst puffy jacket pigeons one pound chicken and sacrificial chips at Mandela's feet, like an hour an air max. Shift and I'm and I'm Doug..
"hugh roe" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Imagine the parents leaving the factory. Yeah. Going to the press being like what happened in there? And then being like, well, our children were won by. Systematically. Right. Attacked exactly. And then every time it happened rather than them dealy who who factory workers assemble and saying joyously of what had just happened. This is why Charlie chocolate factory became so big culturally, and in the movie dolls crazy. But also like it birth a thousand sketches and stand up routines and even Barham conversations. Here's my fucking question. Why didn't they just do this? But here's. The other thing I think it's also like every kids like I har- movie where it's like the learning that sort of thing of like every death is inventive and different. And all does sort of have that slasher movie structure in their scenes are directly leading to deaths. It's the thirteenth where it's like, oh, the kids are fucking someone's gonna get murdered. And how's he gonna murder him? This. You know, I do think that's the thing. Kids like about he leans into it hard. Here course, they directly imply that one has planned all of this total when they say, well, how did they know to put his name in the songs that's rehearsed and choreographed as like improv it's a parlor trick, which is funny. Twenty sim from that is Hugh Roe same here. I got you guys talked willy Wonka never made, Lloyd. Let's call back. I had to make that trip before David went to the bathroom. So where where do you stand? At this point in the movie like what are you liking? What are you disliking? I enjoy basically the entire thing in factory. I like the way the factory looks. And I also hate the children. So it's great to watch bad things happen to them. And the only thing I don't like too much Johnny Depp's performance like all the obvious Michael Jackson's because like does this like we might be of him. And it's so weird thing. Yeah. Have you watched leaving Neverland? Okay. So I watched it. And then I went down a really ill informed. Rabbit hole of watching old. Michael Jackson interviews, which now just feel so fucking creepy. They feel like like FREDDY Krueger doing Letterman or something and like making jokes about like, why would I murder kids? I love it when they show up in my nightmare. I don't ever wanna watch. No, they're terrible. So I definitely got creeped out watching Depp. In this relieved that he hates children like feeling. Oh, real palpable sense of physical relief. Every time he pushed a kid away. But this kind of makes more. I don't even know if I want to open this box. I would say, no. Yeah. There was like the public like defense of Jackson that was accepted where it's like. Well, he never childhood. So all this weird stuff is just because he never had a childhood like he didn't develop properly, and I watched this movie, and I'm like this movie's Bogue nuts banana shit. But I am more readily believe that someone would turn out this way if they didn't have a childhood. Yeah. The way they set up Willie Wonka make sense, right? That he would like surround himself with the thing. He didn't get to do as a kid, but be a total Misanthrope. Yeah. As opposed to the way that he. Because he didn't have like childhood distrust, kids N parents. Yeah. Right. Well, who doesn't district panting? I also see it as like, yes. Michael Jackson didn't have a childhood. It's the genius rule where I feel like when people like ascend to certain level, right? And we like consider them geniuses. They have mastered their works of our right? They get away with being bad to their family like cheating on their significant other. I feel like that. So Michael Jackson. I feel like it was just more. Like, we just all accepted it as a society. John Michael say giant, Michael Jackson has the same like Roman Polanski like full flush where it's like, oh, he did really fucked up things and also really fucked up things happen to him. And he made great art. Right. So people are like, well, I don't know. What can you say?.
"hugh roe" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Every time. Iran. Is from heaven. Jim no cloud contain. All right. We do have a little rain down here. Early this morning on again off again showers for today. We'll be inside watch races watching the football games. And. The Golden Gate fields for dollar day and enjoy horse racing and the football games. And to give us his predictions on. How the games are gonna go. We have the professor live Las Vegas. Good morning. Gordon? Good morning salmon about all we can say today is. And then they're worth four sports teams the four best teams in the NFL defense matters. But so for offensive teams that are there for the final four in horse racing. And and and football, and here's the important thing. No home team is favored by three points in both games. They opened at three the book bakers integrate Shaab they're closed at three Kansas City and ano for. Yes. New orleans. Okay. Now, the they were concerned about the weather, but the weather is not gonna play that big a factor in that Kansas City game. But the first game the day at twelve noon will be the Rams from California going to New Orleans and playing against the saints. So we have the old timer and as against the youngster. Jeff. For the rent. And you know, both of those guys vista breeze. Mr. red zone have an Mr. gov. Have thrown thirty two touchdown passes, but wage breeze. Intercepted only five times golf more than twice as often twelve times. So they could vantage I one hundred and fifty and passer rating for breeze one on one for God. And they're playing and they hated dome the dome that savors the home team because like Minnesota in baseball the noise of the dome in favor of that. So there's the big advantage of where they're playing the biggest vantage and passing and both teams have a pair of good rusher. So I came up on my errands medic and my chronological players eighty one percent for the New Orleans Saints. No, I'm sorry. Sixty percent for the New Orleans Saints over the lifetime. This Rams in the dome home team advantage. All right. So you're going with saints the over under I think around fifty six fifty five fifty seven where did it end up right in the same spot? And you know, it's just the best offenses often may say defense matters. And it certainly does. But before best on there for us to watch. And of course, that's spectacular Mr. Mahomes. It's the young quarterback twenty three against the older veteran almost doubled his age Brady, but listen to this. Both guys have intercepted about the same number by homes with his wild play twelve times radio eleven but listen to the touchdowns fifty for the virtual rookie fifty touchdowns for Mahomes. That's what's up in manning territory. Twenty nine touchdowns barely half as many for Brady. And if you wanna talk about the rush. Shing Kansas City averaging more than a half yard per carry. And so that's the Eighty-one percent game. Surprised even me New England always there. But Kansas City finally there with the wonder kid woundr, keyed, Mr. Mahomes. All right. So you're going for the chalk of the two favorites who are at home and her survived all the games that started back in September. And now we're coming down to the final two that will go to the Super Bowl, you know, taking the saints minus three and Kansas City, minus three today all beginning at noon on. Final weekend before Super Bowl, which will be in two weeks. And do you have a horse or two from Santa Anita? Well, just like last week. I gave you three sprinters stretching out one of them made the grade. So to losers was minus one unit and minus one unit, but a horse called reforestation wedding in the fifth raises Santa Anita oopsy stumbled and got left at the start. He rallied. He won a photo. And they paid two thirteen twenty so minus two minus two and plus five and a half years. We doubled our money, thanks to the Hugh Roe IX of reforestation. Well this week. Here's the big three in the first. At Santa Anita him check comes in from Ireland. He's sixteen starts on turf abroad in Europe, where they have tougher grass horses than we do more wins. Three seconds two-thirds. He carried one hundred thirty three hundred thirty four hundred thirty five pounds to victory. He's dropping. A dozen pounds. And he's five to two with Mike Smith. Let's take the invader in the opener. At Santa Anita always called Hannah. Check the number four Sam okay pin? Check the Irish bred. Mike Smith will be hopping aboard for Richard Mandella next up. Well, the fourth and fifth racism in the fourth my like speed horse called bless his heart. It's number three horse Horta one. And who in the world is eating forest forest. Well, he's a wonderful young writer who's been writing successfully around the country will get four to one with a guy like that in the saddle going on six and a half furlongs, the maidens and blasted smart has hidden route fractions went too fast too soon under around two turns and he has hidden spread fractions. He's too quick for these the buyer figure is low because it's based on final time. But this young Horace can't read the racing for him. He just went too fast too soon has the top figure. So let's embrace afford a one-shot fourth its sanity bless, his heart. The number three Sam alright and quickly the final picked up the day at Santa Anita by the professor. Well, let's go to the fifth race blue moon rise the number five horses seventy-two Talamona. Here's this. Story left at the post. He bobbled almost shove the jockey and then recovered to run twenty one and three blazing fraction. Forty five turn time..
"hugh roe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"But I thought it was the prudent move. I really did. I had no problem yet. I want to see him get first team reps throughout hard knocks and throughout the summer. But I'm not going to bash him now because I was okay with it went down a real time. I hear you might my problem with it is tyrod Taylor was new to this offense. Also, how did he know the tyrod Taylor anew this playbook he'd been there as much as much as maybe a little bit more like two months? More Baker Mayfield. But I mean, he was a guaranteed. There was no there was no I don't love for tyrod Taylor in Cleveland, not from the fan base. Not from the organisation not from his teammates. He doesn't know those guys, maybe socially. He knows them. But here they don't know him as a quarterback. And so for Hugh to come out and be so definitive like there's no chance that Baker Mayfield. And that's basically what he said is going to be our starting quarterback. I thought it was I thought it was blind of him. I thought it was a maybe overprotective especially because you what we were just talking about. He's older, right? He's he's he's he's not a twenty two year old Caterina twenty one year old kid like Sam darnold who has who hasn't hasn't seen enough football. Baker Mayfield is seen a lot of football in two different places in college is a smart kid. You get that just from talking to him and having a conversation with me gets and so just to be so definitive about it. I thought was was was was a bad. Move and he's proving wrong, right? His decision is proven wrong because I think and then I said it before Baker probably going to start from the beginning of the season. He might have had some growing pains. But I think he would have been all right? He's not affected by those things. Certain guys will be affected by baker's not one of those guys, you know, he's you say smart, he's also savvy, and that's that's what we were getting into the first segment if you just tuned in. I mean, you watch him talk about his team, and you know, if you're wired differently. The inclination might be. The man is gonna Cleveland their first win. Please. Because he was up on the podium crew. And you know, he really gave deep. Heartfelt praised the Carlos Hyde was having a baby DoE's birthday that even Michael Irvin was like that's awesome awareness, right there that is really at. It's not fake. It's contrived hotel when somebody says something because they think it's going to sound good. Yeah. You're he came from the heart. He's sensible. It also shows that he is diligent when people aren't looking there's no way you get thrust into a game midway through innocence and play the way he played if you're not working hard cutting up filmed, right and deepen your playbook when nobody's watching. Yeah. They knew he knew where to go with every every single play every throw he knew exactly where he's going. Now. He wasn't one point where you felt like this guy looks like a rookie. And it's weird because he's a rookie. But he didn't look like it. He throws a great book. The jets at a two point conversion pass to Aikman was good. Talking about the different revolutions that certain quarterbacks have. And as a righty thrower is it's the same philosophy like for a Taylor. As the foul line of lefty, bats gonna go toward the left. Field foul line of righty bad is going to tell eventually the right field foul line. But he was saying about because he's very depth going out of the pocket, you know. And when when Baker was flown to the right and he's throwing it to the sidelines. You have to almost anticipate like a golf shot. It's called it's going to come back a little bit right based on the way, you're ripping the football. Just just great football. I mean, the fact that what happened to my team last night was a special night NFL. It was I I agree. It was fun to watch. Yeah. Somewhat. Out side of of course, let me hear from Hugh Roe quick Hugh Jackson on finally getting a win. Here's you. Everybody wants to make this a big moment winning as outstanding..
"hugh roe" Discussed on WTMA
"Amazing stuff so the president had michael cohen on a retainer apparently of thirty five thousand dollars a month he's a rich guy so he's got this guy on retainer and he takes care of issues from rich people do that sort of thing i guess this is what they're excited about now is no campaign finance law hugh roe so the president like every sean so with this decision was made by everybody everybody was nervous about this from the very beginning i wasn't i knew how much money donald trump put into that campaign one hundred thirty thousand it can do a couple of checks for one hundred thirty when i heard cohen's retainer of thirty five thousand when he was doing no work for the president but that's how he's repaying that's how he's repaying with a little prophet and a little margin for paying taxes so cohen has this problem he's got a brush fire it's his job to put it out he puts it out he pays the woman off she's supposed to stay quiet she doesn't she gets a sleazy lor she's extorting something or blackmailing or whatever she's doing but she's the hero of the story and she's the porn star and she's the hero of the story and now because anybody that's against trump the media's with them and that's how that works and the big question has been is there a campaign finance law violation you're not allowed to take money from this pool and use it over there well michael cohen painter out of his pocket and then he was repaid later on.
"hugh roe" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"This is amazing stuff so they president had michael cohen on a retainer apparently of thirty five thousand dollars a month he's a rich guy so he's got this guy on retainer and they'd takes care of issues from rich people do that sort of thing i guess this is what they're excited about now there's no campaign finance law hugh roe for the president like every sean with this decision was made by everybody every everybody was nervous about from the very beginning i wasn't i knew how much money donald trump put into that campaign one hundred thirty thousand he can do a couple of checks for hundred thirty dollars when i heard cohen's retainer of thirty five thousand when he was doing no work for the president i said but that's how he's repaying that's how we has how he's repaying with a little prophet and a little margin for paying taxes so cohen has this problem he's got a brush fire it's his job to put it out he puts it out he pays the woman off she's supposed to stay quiet she doesn't she gets a sleazy lawyer she's extorting something or blackmailing or whatever she's doing but she's the hero of the story and she's the porn star and she's the hero of the story and because anybody that's against trump the media's with them and that's how that works and the big question has been is there a campaign finance law violation you're not allowed to take money from this pool and use it over there well michael cohen peter out of his pocket and then he was repaid later on.
"hugh roe" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?
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