35 Burst results for "Hundred W"

Howard Stern Is All Doom and Gloom About MCU Debut

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:56 min | 17 hrs ago

Howard Stern Is All Doom and Gloom About MCU Debut

"Busy. Howard Stern is, well, look, he's let it slip recently that he could be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a doctor doom movie. I don't care about these movies. I don't watch marvel stuff. So I don't really know who doctor doom is in the context of the comics. But during the commercials on his show the other day, how it left his microphone on so they say, while he talked to his producer, Gary Della bate, about possible guests to book for the show. And it's kind of difficulty here because the ads are playing over the conversation. But Howard tells Gary Della boate that he won't be able to talk much in the next few months and then his co host Robin Quivers wants to inquire about, well, what's going on with you over the summer? Why can't you talk much? And he says, well, I'm going to do doctor doom. Then he said, but believe me, I'm F and miserable about it. How is miss Mitchell about anything? And then he continued to share that he reached out to the marvel comic universe people. He reached out to the marvel vet, Iron Man himself, Robert Downey, junior for acting tips. And he asked Gary if he could get the number to the director, John favreau and get his contact information. Now maybe hours less than enthused about the mystery project because he's more focused on what he also said he's going to do. And that is to run for president in 2024. Because after the Supreme Court overturned roe V wade, Howard said on Monday last week that he wants to run for president to overturn all this bullshit. I know Howard. I've been in that studio over a hundred times when the show is off and running commercials. That's when Howard is really Howard. The guy you hear on the radio during the show and the old days, especially, really wasn't Howard. That was a character.

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Heavy rains, floods prompt evacuations of Sydney suburbs

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 d ago

Heavy rains, floods prompt evacuations of Sydney suburbs

"Thousands of residents in the outskirts of Sydney Australia were told to evacuate their homes as heavy rains led to increased flooding in the area Floodwater gushed down roads throughout the southers of Australia's most popular city the roof of a lone blue car bobbed up from the water on what used to be a neighborhood street a severe weather warning was issued by the bureau of meteorology warning of heavy rain flooding and high winds Authorities were calling the situation and life threatening emergency The conditions were compared to devastating floods in March last year Local resident Joan isen hoof said she had to get used to the floods You don't give up You just have to keep going Emergency services said they conducted over a hundred flood rescues and responded to over 3000 requests for assistance within 24 hours

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For now, wary US treads water with transformed COVID-19

AP News Radio

01:24 min | 2 d ago

For now, wary US treads water with transformed COVID-19

"The fast changing coronavirus has kicked off summer in the U.S. with lots of infections but relatively few deaths compared to prior incarnations I'm Ben Thomas with an update on the coronavirus For many people the virus is not nearly as dangerous as it once was but COVID-19 is still killing hundreds of Americans each day The latest count by Johns Hopkins University puts the 7 day moving average at 354 And the Food and Drug Administration this week told vaccine makers to tweak any booster doses intended for fall so they protect against the newest relatives of the omicron variant FDA vaccine chief doctor Peter marks None of us has a crystal ball and we are trying to use every last ounce of what we can from predictive modeling and from the data that we have that's emerging to try to get ahead of a virus that has been very crafty It is a mixed and confusing picture repeat infections are increasingly likely and a sizable share of those infected will face lingering symptoms of long COVID Doctor Arnold monto is the acting chair of the FDA's advisory panel on vaccines Looking in the past doesn't help us a great deal to look in the future for this virus which has baffled a lot of us and made predictions almost irrelevant I'm Ben Thomas

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Steve Deace: Why Americans Aren't Watching Jan. 6 Hearings

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | 3 d ago

Steve Deace: Why Americans Aren't Watching Jan. 6 Hearings

"Oh Dan brother I know that you're a former NYPD officer Secret Service agent and but this is adorable You're actually assuming that on any level this is about getting to the truth or justice You're still a recovering law enforcement officer I'm dry bro grasping I'm grasping at striking man It's the same reason you're right in your book Why thank you Your grasp of me can still save the culture and you've got hope I've got a little bit of hope I'm sorry go ahead I know I know I know There's a 12 step program for that somewhere I think But I mean this comes on the heels of you know there's this story that came out this week that in 2015 2016 hundred Biden was literally filming videos with himself and Russian escorts Prostitutes that are $10,000 a hit which probably would trace back to some Russian oligarchs and certainly maybe potential Putin and blackmail fodder Maybe that's why this prostitution ring might exist And if you look at the timeline of when this is alleged to have occurred this is right when they told us for three years that Putin had a tape of Trump and doing water sports with Russian prostitutes And that's to run and have him infiltrate our election process and be a Russian agent to steal an American presidential election at the same time they claimed that they claimed this narrative for three years It was actually true but Hunter Biden was doing it and self taping it while he was doing it I mean everything that they always doing they do Every single time And I think that's why a lot of Americans aren't watching it I have not watched a nanosecond of it You know I've got a cream rinse to try and there's lotions and other things I want to look at And chamomile tea selection Your wife purchased that you want to check out today without getting a Steve dance

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What Is the Oberammergau Passion Play?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | 3 d ago

What Is the Oberammergau Passion Play?

"This was the reason for the trip of my dear friend peg Hudson has always wanted to see the passion play, which has been performed uninterrupted until COVID in 2020 for hundreds and hundreds of years back in the 1600s, the people in the tiny village of oberammergau made a promise to God a pledge that if you spare us from the plague, we will present a magnificent tribute to your son, Jesus Christ. The passion play. It has been performed every ten years on the decade since the 1600s. Well, 2020, it was it was delayed because of COVID and the pandemic. So this is the year it's back. Now this is so fascinating because it runs for about 5 and a half months every from about, I think march till October. Every ten years on the decade, except for this time, now it's 2022. So, peg Joey and I were, we are together and on the road to oberammergau. We're going to be there in about an hour. I have no idea what to expect. I know it's an amphitheater that is covered. It is a rainy, rainy day today in Germany. So we have our raincoats. We have our umbrellas. We have our sweatshirts. We are bundled up and ready for this. We're in the front row for the performance of the passion play in oberammergau. And it's kind of interesting. It's two parts. It goes from two 30 to 5, then there's a two and a half hour dinner break and 7 30 till ten, all in German, but they give us a book so that we can follow along in English. I think we all are pretty familiar with the story of the death and resurrection of our lord and savior Jesus

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What to Do When a Friend Admits Same-Sex Attraction

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | 3 d ago

What to Do When a Friend Admits Same-Sex Attraction

"A lifelong friend of mine just came out as liking the same sex as a Christian, I don't support this lifestyle choice, but still want to love and support her as a friend. Any tips on how to approach this situation. Zillions of people are going through this. I don't know anybody who's not going through this. And I think that it's really no different than if I have a friend who is living with her boyfriend, she's been a friend. I love her, but her, she's not where I am, theologically. And she thinks that that's normal because that's what everybody does. And I would say, well, I love that friend, but there is not the ghost of a chance that I'm going to let them think I approve of that behavior because what's right and wrong is right and wrong. And so even if you aren't a believer, I think you still have the moral law. And so there's no easy answer to this. I don't think, I mean, if I'm invited to a same sex wedding, I wouldn't go because I want them to know yes, I love you, but I don't approve of your lifestyle. Now, if you mean, if that means that you think I hate you, or well, that's on you. It's not on me. I think that we have to say that whether Bible is true, says it's true and believe it and live it out. And I think in cases like this, you have to play it by ear. Maybe you have to distance yourself from that friend. Maybe not. Every case is different, but I think you want to be clear. You know, you don't need to preach at them necessarily. Maybe they already know how you feel. But I think that it's valuable to think of people of who like the opposite sex. If somebody says, I'm attracted to the opposite sex. I go, great. And he's like, I'm sleeping with my girlfriend. I'd be like, well, that's wrong. That's going to hurt you. It's going to hurt her. You might be deluded into thinking it's okay, but it's not okay. And there are a hundred ways to approach that.

John Zmirak: Pro-Choice Arguments Are Dead, Now We See the Demons

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 3 d ago

John Zmirak: Pro-Choice Arguments Are Dead, Now We See the Demons

"So last time you and I talked. We just found out about the overturning of roe V wade. And in the new America, that's in the wake of that. I shaved the beard that I had grown protests roe V wade. No, I saved it because it's a hundred. You put the beard in a coffin and is it on your desk? No, I nailed it all to Nancy Pelosi. Oh my God. So we do live in a different America. We have to realize it's also a little bit of scarier America. Just the way I've got a piece of stream dot org called the pro choice arguments are dead. Now we see the demons. John, John, hang on. I saw that you wrote that article. And before I'm glad you wrote it, because that was precisely what I have been thinking. It has never been clearer ever. If you want to really see what is going on, but you of course wrote an article about this, but I've been thinking about this incessantly how it's become so clear. So go ahead. It's that stream dot org. Yes, yes, thank you. If I said that, I spent most of Friday reading Samuel le those majority opinion. First, the summary, and then the whole thing. And then I tried to Robert's concurrence, but so bored, I wanted to pull my own head off and kick it down the field like a soccer ball. Then I read clarence Thomas's concurrence with this great. But what you learn from reading it is there are no arguments for abortion being protected in the constitution. What's more than never work? Roe V wade was garbage. Just total. Total

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Caller Who Attended Jan. 6 Never Saw a Gun, Knife or Threat

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:56 min | 5 d ago

Caller Who Attended Jan. 6 Never Saw a Gun, Knife or Threat

"When I got to the capitol time and amongst the crowd and I was there for several hours, I never once saw a gun, I never once saw a knife, I never once saw anybody communicate in a threat either as someone in attendance or a capitol police officer. I never heard one person say, let's go burn it down. Nothing at all like that. So Charles, here's what gets me. Charles here's what gets me. About the AR-15s, because Cassidy Hutchinson, she says that she heard from somebody who heard from somebody that there were people armed with AR-15s all over the place. My question is, okay, well, why didn't the D.C. police department step in? If in fact, the D.C. police saw these weapons, that's a crime those kinds of weapons are illegal in Washington, D.C., so why didn't they intervene? Exactly. And I can tell you that the police department was around the capital, hundreds of them, and you're exactly right. If a cop stall, somebody walking with an AR-15, they're going to either arrest them, or they're going to take them out. And if the crowd was so heavily armed, why weren't any weapons confiscated, why weren't any police officers shot by the protesters? The only people that died that day were all Trump supporters. And the only person shot was actually by that. And they know it's a lot. And I don't think that this committee is what they're doing is designed to reveal the truth is just designed to do damage to Donald Trump. But here's my thing. All these little lies that they tell and they told over the last four years, they get away with it. There's never accountability. And my hope is that when the Republicans take control in November, that we not only launch investigative committees on January 6th, but also on November 3rd, 2020.

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SCOTUS Could Block the EPA's Attempt to Fight Climate Change

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:14 min | 5 d ago

SCOTUS Could Block the EPA's Attempt to Fight Climate Change

"We have had some very important rulings from the Supreme Court on issues like religious freedom, the no establishment clause, obviously abortion, but also guns, gun rights, and this has been clearly one of the most important Supreme Court terms in modern history. Maybe for some decades, maybe even going back to 1973, which was the year of the road decision. But the court is not really done. We're waiting for one final big decision. It doesn't seem like a big decision when you first look at it. It's the case involves the EPA, the so called Environmental Protection Agency. And it has to do with the degree to which the Environmental Protection Agency can regulate greenhouse gases. Now, the federal government is littered with these regulatory agencies, and they are very ambitious. They basically think that they own the domain that they cover. So for example, the CDC, in a sense, owns the domain of health. The Environmental Protection Agency owns the domain of the environment. And so they think, yeah, we can basically tell any company what to do in the name of the environment. And just like the CDC said, we can tell people what to do in the name of health. But the question is, where do these agencies get the authority? To make these sweeping decisions. We had a taste of this, by the way, when the Biden administration, through the CDC, issued a rule that basically said any company with over a hundred employees must require a vaccine. And if you don't, then we're all kinds of penalties and fines, and this went before the Supreme Court. And the Supreme Court said, you know, you're a CDC. You have the authority to make certain declarations and proclamations and perhaps even rules regarding health. But you don't have unlimited power here.

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The Boy Scouts of America Is Overrun With Pedophiles

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:42 min | 5 d ago

The Boy Scouts of America Is Overrun With Pedophiles

"The Boy Scouts of America are covering up rampant pedophilia within their ranks with 350 350 previously unknown adult scoutmasters or members identified as alleged abusers according to a lawsuit against the scouts. A lawsuit was filed that accuses the Boy Scouts in America of facilitating a continuing and serious conspiracy to conceal and cover up sexual assaults against children within their organization. Lawsuit was filed by a group of attorneys called abused in scouting and the group formed in February to investigate abuse in the BSA. Boyce counts America. The attorneys investigation discovered and identified 350 alleged abuses after hundreds of former scout members reportedly revealed their previously unreported sexual abuse claims. So it's apparent that the boy scout defendants continue to hide the true nature of their cover up. And the extent of the pedophilia epidemic within their organizations because the vast majority of these victims coming forward involve claims of abuse at the hands of pedophiles who are not yet identified by the Boy Scouts of America. There's nearly 800 clients who say they were abused by adult leaders in the Boy Scouts. The abused and scouting lawyers said, and he added that the alleged abusers are not known to law enforcement or in the BSA's internal database, sometimes referred to as the perversion files. Is it a great to have a file name perversion? What could go wrong? And you want your kids in there? You're ready, you goddamn

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Death Toll Rises to More Than Four Dozen in Migrant Tragedy

The Officer Tatum Show

01:02 min | 6 d ago

Death Toll Rises to More Than Four Dozen in Migrant Tragedy

"Let me give you another scenario and a story that I think is equally as reprehensible that the mainstream media, when I say mainstream, the left leaning media, that you had over 40 people die or found dead, 40 over 40, one article detects a tribune said four dozen. Over four dozen people. Last time I checked, my math was right, that's 40 S over 48 people. Found dead in a semi truck trailer. How did this happen? They're smuggling people in our country. And they don't care about their lives. They let them suffocate and die in a tractor trailer. And it was over a hundred people in there, supposedly in half of them died. Because it's probably a 150° in that trailer in the Texas sun. With no water, no relief, they died.

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Criminal Who Shoplifted 100 Times Still Free in NYC

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:38 sec | 6 d ago

Criminal Who Shoplifted 100 Times Still Free in NYC

"Democrat party policies that favor no bail, criminal justice reform that includes no incarceration? I saw a story yesterday in New York, some creep who shop has been arrested a hundred times. For stealing valuable merchandise from retail stores is still free. They won't lock them up. A hundred times and you can't put that Cretan behind bars,

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More Than One Million Registered Voters Have Switched to the GOP

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 6 d ago

More Than One Million Registered Voters Have Switched to the GOP

"You are living through a once in a generation political realignment. I believe it could be a once in a hundred year political realignment. We talked about this in great detail in a previous monologue and dialog. With Myra Flores winning in South Texas, 84% Hispanic district, the second most Hispanic district in the country. We saw a district that was once Democrat plus 25. Now go plus R plus Republican by 5 points. This country is far more conservative than it is represented politically. It's far more conservative than is reflected in our cultural institutions. And there is now there is a remarkable story that came out today. From The Associated Press, that believe it or not, is actually really well written. I got a couple things that I think they miss word here and that are misleading. But this right here is a 5 alarm fire for the Democrats. More than 1 million voters switch to Republican Party in warning for Democrats. Associated Press. Quote, a political shift is beginning to take hold across America. As tens of thousands of suburban swing voters who helped fuel the Democrat parties gains in recent years are becoming Republicans. More than 1 million voters across 43 states have switched to the Republican Party over the last year, according to the voter registration data analyzed by The Associated Press. The previously unreported number reflects a phenomenon that is playing out in virtually every region of the country. Democrat and Republican states along with cities and small towns in the small period Joe Biden replaced Donald Trump. But nowhere is that shift more pronounced and dangerous for Democrats than in the suburbs were well educated swing voters who turned out against Trump's Republican Party in recent years appear to be swinging back.

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Jim Harden of CompassCare Highlights Attacks on Pro-Life Centers

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | Last week

Jim Harden of CompassCare Highlights Attacks on Pro-Life Centers

"But right now I have the privilege of speaking with the founder of the CEO of compass, care, Jim, the reverend Jim Hardin, Jim Hart and welcome to this program. It's an R&B with you today. Eric really is. Well, you are really kind. Listen, you are one of those heroes out there. My wife ran a pregnancy center here in New York City for 12 years, it's called a veil. I know about this world. And the people who are involved in this, they're doing God's work any time anybody tries to bad mouth people, you know, who are on the pro life side of the equation. They have no clue what they're talking about. They really speak at a ignorance because folks like you, you're doing an amazing thing, truly heroic, beautiful stuff. But the reason you're on right now, Jim Hardin, with compass care, is because of what happened recently. You guys are in Buffalo. So tell the story of, first of all, what is compass care and what just happened to your facility in Buffalo, New York? Yeah, compass care has operations in three different abortion hub cities in New York. Because the abortion capital of the U.S. with more abortions occurring per CAPiTA basis than any other state in the union and we're expecting a significant influx of patients from conservative states now. Roe versus wade, reversal of his way, essentially, totally changed the abortion industry. And that means that patients are going to be coming to New York from the conservative states. So what happened in Buffalo was on June 7th, our facility was firebombed. By James revenge, they took responsibility for it in a communique. And they also had their signature scrawl in graffiti on the side of our facility that said, Jane was here. There's catastrophic damage to the facility. And we're going to take, it's going to take hundreds of thousands of dollars and many, many weeks to

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Understanding the Risk of Getting Vaccinated

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:00 min | Last week

Understanding the Risk of Getting Vaccinated

"Put you on the spot here and you'll do with it what you want. Aside from its ineffectiveness, are you prepared in any way to say it might be dangerous to give a 6 month old this vaccine? Well, that's the other part of it Dennis is with any medical procedure intervention. We always have to ask the question, what are the benefits? What are the risks and what are the alternatives? All they're doing is pushing perspective benefits. They don't talk about the risk. They don't talk about alternatives. And we know from the VAERS system, there's been something like 16,000 deaths associated with this vaccine and hundreds of thousands of injuries. So yes, I think the risk far outweighs the benefit in vaccinating somebody who is less than 18 years old and I am prepared absolutely to say that because I've seen the injuries, I've seen the vaccine injuries in my patients and they can be quite devastating.

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Nancy Pelosi Elbows Mayra Flores' Daughter During Photo Op

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | Last week

Nancy Pelosi Elbows Mayra Flores' Daughter During Photo Op

"I think it was at the swearing in ceremony of Myra Flores? This amazing young woman in South Texas who came out of nowhere and for the first time in over a hundred years, won this particular congressional district. She's a rock rib conservative. She's a fighter. She's spunky. She's pretty amazing. So I guess at the swearing in ceremony, there's Pelosi, of course, who's forced to swear her in. And I kid you not Pelosi is standing there next to Myra Flores as little daughter. And Pelosi looks down and is annoyed at her and elbows the little girl out of the way. You got to see this. Do we have audio with it or is it just B roll, Derek? Okay, listen to this. Cut ten. Let me play this clip. And give you the intent because Pelosi took to the podium after the roe V wade decision was announced. I would say good morning, but it's not a good morning. I'll get you my little pretty and your little dog too. I mean, she was livid. Livid. And she took it out on a little girl, throwing an elbow, Derek, you gotta, we gotta get my Flores back. Just to talk about this, here's cut ten, I'll narrate if you don't have your smartphone or you're not by your laptop or your computer where you can see this video. We want our faster to come into the future. I mean, she literally elbows this little girl the two beautiful smiley little girls there in these little white dresses, these little angels, and this, I'm sorry, which looks down at the girl and gives her an elbow,

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Inflation sparks global wave of protests for higher pay, aid

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Inflation sparks global wave of protests for higher pay, aid

"Rising food costs soaring fuel bills wages that aren't keeping pace inflation is plundering people's wallets sparking a wave of protests and workers strikes around the world This week alone has seen protests by the political opposition in Pakistan nurses in Zimbabwe unionized workers in Belgium railway workers in Britain indigenous people in Ecuador and hundreds of U.S. pilots and in New York UN secretary general Antonio Guterres warned of a food shortage catastrophe We face an emphasis global hunger crisis Economists say Russia's war in Ukraine has amplified inflation by further pushing up the cost of energy and prices of fertilizer grains and cooking oils as farmers struggle to grow and export crops I'm Charles De

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Who Is Justice Thomas?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:16 min | Last week

Who Is Justice Thomas?

"Him. What is something that people don't know about clarence Thomas that you intimately found out about him. And the reason why you were inspired to do the work of the book and also the documentary. Yeah, so what I'd say, Brandon is justice Thomas is the nicest and funniest and most kind of engaging guy you're going to meet in your life. Everyone who meets clarence Thomas. And there's hundreds of them his walks of like love him. And I'll just tell you a couple of stories. I met him in 1983, okay? Well, I was a college senior and I met him at an event and he was seeing chairman and he treated me like whatever. Like a good guy. He's listening to me and I loved meeting him for about an hour. I went into the Bush White House in 1989 and we were thinking about president Bush's team about appointing him to the D.C. circuit at the time and I reached out to him again young aide in The White House. But at the end of talking for an hour, got to know each other, he sent me all his materials. And what I read about at that time when he's right in the 80s was kind of electrifying his kicking on Congress has taken on a civil rights group. He's taken on the hypocrisy. And I loved

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"hundred w" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

05:41 min | 8 months ago

"hundred w" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"The game begins in the spring when everything else begins again and it blossoms in the summer filling the afternoons and evenings and then as soon as the chill rains come it stops and leaves you to face the fall alone. You count on it, rely on it to buffer the passage of time to keep the memory of sunshine and high skies alive, and then just when the days are all Twilight when you need it most, it stops. Today, October 2nd a Sunday of rain and broken branches and leaf clogged drains and slick streets. It stopped. And summer was gone. Somehow the summer seemed to slip by faster this time. Maybe it wasn't this summer, but all the summers that in this, my 40th summer slipped by so fast. There comes a time when every summer will have something of autumn in it, whatever the reason it seemed to me that I was investing more and more in baseball, making the game do more of the work that keeps time fat and slow and lazy. I was counting on the games deep patterns, three strikes three outs three times, three innings. And it's deepest impulse to go out and back to leave and to return home to set the order of the day and to organize the daylight. I wrote a few things this past summer, the summer that did not last. Nothing grand, but some things. And yet that work was just camouflage. The real activity was done with the radio, not the all seeing all falsifying television. And was the playing of the game and the only place it will last. The enclosed green field of the mind. There in that warm bright place with the old poet called mutability. There's not so quickly come. But out here on Sunday, October 2nd when it rains all day, damn but never loses. She was in the crowd at Fenway yesterday, a grade a full of bluster and contradiction. When the Red Sox came up in the last of the 9th trailing Baltimore 8 to 5 will the Yankees rain delayed against Detroit needing only to win one or have Boston lose one to win it all. Sat in New York, washing down coal cuts with beer and watching the Boston game. Boston had one, two, the Yankees had lost to and suddenly it seemed as if the whole season might go to the last day or beyond, except here was Boston losing 8 to 5. Well, New York sat in its family room and put up its feet. Lynn both ankles hurting now as I had in July, it's a single down the right field line. The crowd stirs. It's on its feet. Hobson, third baseman, former Bear Bryant quarterback strong, quiet over a hundred RBIs, goes for three breaking balls in his out. The goddess smiles and encourages her agent a canny journeyman named Nelson briles. Now comes a pinch hitter, Bernie carbo one time rook of the year erratic shade two handsome, so laid back, he's always in his soul stretched out in the tall grass one arm under his head watching the clouds and laughing. Now he looks over some low stuff unworthy of them. And then uncoiling sends one out. Straight on a rising line over the center field wall, no cheap Fenway shot, but all of it, the physics as elegant as the arc the bowl describes. New England is on its feet, roaring. The summer will not pass. Roaring, they recall the evening late in cold in 1975, the 6th game of the World Series, perhaps the greatest baseball game played in the last 50 years. What carbo loose and easy had uncoiled to tie the game that fiske would win, it is now 8 to 7, one out and school will never start, rain will never come. Sun will warm the back of your neck forever. Now Bailey picked up from the national league recently big arms, heavy gut experience new to the league and the club follows off to and then checking tentative a big man off balance. He pops us off liner to the first baseman. It is suddenly darker and later. And the announcer doing the game coast to coast. The New Yorker who works for a New York television station sounds relieved. His little world well lit. Hot combed split second time has no capacity to absorb this much Gritty, grainy, contrary reality. Cox, swings about stretches his long arm, bends his back, The Rookie from pataky who broke into two weeks ago with a record 6 straight hits. The kid drafted ahead of Freddie Lin range, smooth, cool. The count runs two and two and cock swings. The ball beginning toward the mound and then in a jaunty wayward dance skips past briles, fainting to the right skimming the last of the grass. Finding the dirt moving now like some small purposeful marine creature negotiating the green deep, easily avoiding the jagged rock of second base and traveling steady and straight now out into the dark silent recesses of center field. While the aisles are jammed, the places on its feet, the rappers, the program, the Coke cups and peanut shells that detritus of an afternoon, the anxieties, the things that have to be done tomorrow, the regrets about yesterday the accumulation of a summer, all forgotten. While hope the anchor bites and takes hold or a moment before it seemed we would be swept out of the tide, rises up..

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"hundred w" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:36 min | 8 months ago

"hundred w" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Taylor, thank you to you. I mean, I'll give you a hard time all the time. You know, the over unders on your drinking, but doing this show every day can be a grind and man you work through it so well. I appreciate that buster. You know, we work well together. You know, this is year two of our of us doing the podcast together and I think we really, we crashed through the ceiling on previous efforts and hopefully we'll continue to do better next time. You, my man, I mean, you're up at four, you're pining to get up at four a.m. right now. And that is just unbelievable to me. So for you to get up, do whatever you gotta do. Do this podcast. Go on TV, go on the radio, right all day. Do interviews. You're getting ready for Sunday Night baseball. I mean, we chronicled on here on the podcast, but you're a busy man and you know, you work a lot harder than a lot of people do in most industries. So hats off to you, sir. Well, I appreciate that. You too. I mean, juggling all the podcasts that you do. And I will be seeing you soon. You and I have talked about getting together. You know, me going out to dinner with you and your wife and that'll be a lot of fun. So thanks so much. My thanks today also to Jeff and did Todd have a great day everybody. Thanks for listening all year. Stay safe and remember, Hayden inequality based on skin color is something we need to fight against every single day. So it's a podcast tradition to wrap up the daily podcasts with a reading of green fields of the mind by the author, the former commissioner, Bart giamatti. But Barr, of course, is a renaissance man and that means that he is also a Red Sox fan. He wrote a classic piece, actually, one of his great pieces is called the green fields of the mind. Please welcome him back commissioner boichi united. This little piece was originally written one afternoon as the class notes for the class of 1960 and the college I was the class secretary I had absolutely nothing to say about my classmates. I wrote what you're about to hear, it was properly an immediately rejected by the alumni magazine. On the grounds that it was completely irrelevant to the purpose of the class notes. I accepted the judgment, cheerfully. And then when unaccountably two months later, I became president. The almighty magazine.

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"hundred w" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

06:18 min | 8 months ago

"hundred w" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"I have no idea. What pan telling you you were talking about. Well, you know, if Mickey Mantle, you know, standing there, you know, at the plate about to hit his last career home run. He gets a pitch groove to him. Not to say this is your last home run, Taylor, but it might be. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I would hope that you would get that question because it's right in front of you in a way that it isn't for me. Pull the curtain back here. Jeff passen is waiting the wings to tape his segment. And as soon as the word Cardinals came out of my mouth, he shook his head like nope and I thought for sure I was in trouble, but oh, okay. Take the victory. All right, well Todd, thank you very much. Thanks for coming on every week. Always love talking with you and I'm so happy that we have these series of one here contracts locked into place forever. Yes, secured by pizza in Denver buster. Thank you. Thank you, Taylor, the reverend you're keeping the trains moving every Friday morning usually for me. Thank you buster, thanks to all our fans. And here we go, winter begins. So thanks, guys. Bleacher tweets all righty buster, bleacher tweets for a Thursday, Bradford leach at bee leech or bleach, I think I like bleach better 26, right? And thank you for another amazing season of the baseball tonight podcast. I listen every day and will miss my daily fix. Thank you for the kind words bleach. Yeah, Bradford. Thank you very much for that. Thanks for listening every day. Look, I love the fact that how the podcast so much of what we do on a daily basis is built around what you guys want us to talk about. David is up next at baseball fan 1918 our pal David writes in, just wanted to say that I have enjoyed the season and I appreciate all the work you both put into the podcast. I joined Twitter just for bleacher tweets and appreciate the listener interaction that this pod encourages already looking forward to the off season specials, David. Thanks for hopping on Twitter for us. Your tweets have been great. We love having you in the mix here. Yep. And we are going to have as I mentioned at the top of the show more off season podcasts this one, so that's going to be a lot of fun. And I just want to mention, you know, part of the reason why we have more interaction was based on a suggestion. I want to say about three, four years ago from Louise cornetta, who oversees this podcast and it was a great idea. And it's fun every day to work in the bleacher tweets. The questions we're getting from the listeners to folks we have on the podcast and between Louise and PG&E always feel like we have great support here. Absolutely. Go bosses out there. Love Pete and Luis. Let's go to Kati Kasey at tweeter bleats. And what is your sense on Buster Posey's future in baseball do you think he will walk away completely or still be involved down the road whether it be coaching a broadcasting? I think he's gonna be an excellent coach of his kids. You know, I think that's why he's retiring. I just haven't gotten to know him a little bit. I think he really values being around his kids and the great thing is and I was texting back and forth this morning with Bruce bochy who's on his way to San Francisco to be part of that ceremony. And we talked about that. You know, buster comes from a really close family in Georgia. And I would fully expect that that's where he's going to go and he's going to be on the sidelines and the opposing parents would be like, hey, wait, isn't that the whole fame catcher? Buster pose used coaching on the other side of that ten year old game. I think that's absolutely what he's going to be doing. Next up, we have Thomas Kennedy at game 6 86 writes in, hey, buster. How about Ron Washington and bandage and the mets would love to see him manage again, especially my team? Yeah, Ron Washington, a buck showalter, bocci. I think that the next manager they have needs to be someone with experience. Marcus cleaver at Marcus cleaver writes in is this the end of the current championship window for the Astros or do they still have another run in them? That's an interesting question. And I was asked that by Mike Greenberg yesterday in his premise on his radio show was, you know, this is the end of the line because Zach ranke is leaving and Carlos Correa is likely leaving as a free agent. And I don't agree with that. You know, they still have a good core of players between guriel and Bregman and Altuve. They've got some young pitching that's been established from barb Valdez and especially with Oakland now slashing their payroll and probably trading some of their guys during the winter time. You know, the fact that the rangers might have two or three more years in development before they're relevant. I think Houston is going to continue to be the standard bearer in the American League west. Let's go to Carlos munoz at Carlos almighty, Carlos writes in, Verlander, Scherzer, Greinke Kershaw are all part of the Mount Rushmore of this generation starting pitchers and are all free agents next season who is signing where and what do these contracts look like? If Kershaw continues to play, I'm sure he'll be with the Dodgers. I don't think he's going to get as much because at this age, you know, he's not going to be as productive. He doesn't throw as many innings. He's got the injury history. I think it's kind of year to year with him, and he'll be paid very well. My guest is somewhere in the range of 25 million. You know, was Zack ranking? I think there'll be a team that will definitely want him. Boy, in terms of a deal, again, I think Zach is at the stage where he's going to wind up with the one year deal. I think max has put himself in position to get a three year contract because he was so good this year. And you know, max is going to pick a place where he has a chance to win. The cardinals would be a great fit for him. How much fun would he and Adam Wainwright have being teammates and, you know, max, of course, having grown up in Missouri. And Justin Verlander, it feels like he's going to get a big offer from the Detroit tigers, like a legacy offer. Not only to go back there and potentially lead us a team that's on the rise on the pitching staff, but because he started with the tigers and someday he'll go into the Hall of Fame with the tigers cap. Last one, for today, last one for the 2021 season. Zach Lachey at zo show 21 O 9. He just kept Zack keeps tweeting cubs at me. It doesn't matter what I'm tweeting about. What you're tweeting about.

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"hundred w" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

05:23 min | 8 months ago

"hundred w" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Todd raiden is a chief executive of our weekly quiz. He's a graphic artist who's working be sent in ballfield all across America all around the world, or you can go to his website Todd radham dot com and Todd is our closer. Congratulations. I think that's appropriate Tod. Well, buster I don't know if I am the closer because annually the late commissioner of baseball a Bartlett giamatti is truly the closer. But that said, I'm happy to be the 8th inning guy, hand the ball off and conclude this amazing season, congratulations to the braves. And to brave spans everywhere, including your son, Jake. Oh, my goodness. Yeah, and today I get to bring get to give him his World Series swag. He's very excited about that later today, and I'm sure that, you know, he probably showed up at school with a brave sweatshirt and probably had fans of the Yankees and mets running in the other direction among his peers. Real quick, yeah, and far to yamani first passed away more than 30 years ago, which is why you are the true closer, but we're going to be hearing from the former commissioner with his reading of greenfields of the mind, but you were telling me before we got going about an interesting connection with Bart giamatti. Yeah, buster, I have a close friend of mine who is a sports attorney and worked at the commissioner's office for some time. And he was hired by barchi amati in the middle of all of the Pete Rose messiness in 1989. And for those who are not intimately familiar with the details, it was an ugly time. And you can imagine being a young attorney being a hired into that environment and working long, long hours and not really getting to know your boss. And he has told me stories about the fact that Archie amade would come to him very late nights and say listen, you know, we're going to go out to dinner. We're going to get there. We just have to power through all this. And of course, Bart giamatti passes away, very tragically, very suddenly. And regrets are ahead. And buster, it's impossible and you can get into this, but to think about a man of letters. President of Yale University. And a lover of baseball like most commissioners are probably all, but it's really difficult to comprehend this particular man being the commissioner of this sport. I think he was brokenhearted by the by the Pete Rose situation because it was clearly a part of him and you're going to hear that in greenfields of the mind that he had such a he hung on to a romantic feeling for baseball. And so the idea that he was going to be the one who is going to kick out the guy who got more hits than anybody else in the history of baseball and say what you want about Pete Rose. It was clear that Pete loved to play. I think that that was devastating for Bart giamatti on a different level, which is why along the way, he kept on trying to give him opportunities to put himself in a better position, Vis-à-vis baseball. Please admit everything. Tell us everything, so we can get this on the table so we can get back to rehabilitating you into baseball and Pete never took those opportunities, you know? So and I'm sure that that absolutely weighed on bar giamatti and what turned out to be the last month of his life. Okay, let's get to this week's quiz. The last quiz of the year. Weeks 34 gentlemen. Taylor, 6 wins, buster, 11 wins. There have been 16 ties. We already held their parade. Like my parade went in two parts in the center of downtown downtown Randolph center Vermont and going past the farm. We did that months ago having wrapped this up. But go ahead. And that took about three minutes, probably, right? Well, then this is 30 seconds. This is the perfect question for week 34. The world champion Atlanta Braves share the same red and blue pantone colors with this club. Is it a, the royals be the cubs? See the cardinals or D the Blue Jays? This club shares the same red and blue pantone with the world champion braves. Royals cubs, cardinals, or Blue Jays, Taylor. That's got to be the Cardinals, right? Wait, don't give the answer yet. He said, you got to be the Cardinals. And here's an interesting question because I feel some on certainty in Taylor's answer and while I am badly colorblind and probably can't see the same pan tones as Taylor Ken, I sense an opportunity here. He's saying the Cardinals, boy oh, boy. You know what? I'm gonna go with the Blue Jays. Jorge soler has stepped up to the plate and hit it, hit it, hit the snot out of the ball. It's still going. Is there a stewardess on this flight? Because it's the Cardinals Taylor. Yes. Eat it buster. Sorry about that. I had to. I had to. Well, you know?.

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"hundred w" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

04:02 min | 8 months ago

"hundred w" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Working from my home in New York back home from the World Series Taylor and there's always something in a little exciting about that. Going to the off season that only you know, you got a lot of off season moves coming up, but it's gonna be nice to get into an off season regimen, you know, in bed, at ten o'clock up at four that sort of thing. Yeah, no one is no one's crying for us, but, you know, just personally, you know, our schedules our daily schedules are wrecked once the playoffs start. So I'm happy to get a workout in, like you said, go to bed at a reasonable time. All the, you know, I mean, I love the show, but I will be happy to take a break from our daily cadence for a little bit. So yeah, and the uncertainty of the off season. I mean, we have like big major existential questions about the league and the players union, negotiating here, but then just like wear all these, you know, we've been talking superstar shortstops, all season long. I'm excited to see how this is all going to shake out. Yep, and we're going to be talking about Jeff passing about that coming up. And you mentioned, you know, we had the daily podcast running since what was it February that we started doing that? I think going forward this off season, I'm thinking generally speaking will aim to do one podcast a week while, you know, we'll jump in if there's news to react to. We'll certainly do that. Last week, we generally talked about doing one every two weeks and that felt a little light to me. Yeah, yeah, we can pick up the pace a little bit here. 'cause I think there will be more aside from like a work stoppage and then there's nothing going on, but it kind of feels like there will be more to talk about. And we don't have to go super long. We can just check in and say hello and talk to our pals here and move on, but just a little something extra for you folks that you want. Exactly. We're also going to talk to Todd radom today. He's going to have the last of a weekly quiz and we will honor a podcast tradition at the back end. For some news and notes, the Atlanta Braves will give a nod to the past and present with a two part parade Friday celebrating their first World Series title in 26 years. The braves defeated the Astros on Tuesday night to wrap up the championship and their procession will start at Woodruff park in the heart of downtown, Atlanta, not far from their former homes at Turner field in the old Atlanta Fulton county stadium. The team which returned to Atlanta on Wednesday night will be honored for about two miles along the city's most famous thoroughfare, peachtree street before being escorted to its current home in suburban Cobb county to resume the parade for another mile. Teams are making moves all over the place. Players are making moves. The Philly's declined club options for next season bradfield was doable Herrera and Andrew McCutchen. You say kikuchi chose free agent after the Seattle Mariners declined his option. Yesterday, the Cincinnati reds traded veteran catcher Tucker barnhart who was an excellent defensive player to the Detroit tigers. You know the tigers managed by former catcher AJ value defense. That's a big move for Detroit. Castiano's opted out of the last two years of his deal with the reds. He's 29 years old. He could have gotten $34 million in this next two years. So he's betting he'll get more in this off season. I think that's absolutely going to be the case. Given the respect for him as a hitter and as a competitor. And we got a some breaking news yesterday first from the athletic Buster Posey will announce his retirement later today. This is a player who I believe is a Hall of Famer. We're gonna be getting into all that. Taylor, what do you got? Buster couple podcaster promote here. First of all, swagger and perk, we've been talking about it a bunch, new episodes on Tuesday this week, Kendrick Perkins and Marcus spears are having an open conversation about mental health and sports including their own struggles, come to terms with the end of their playing careers, also want to promote the woj pod. Adrian Warren ski he's always getting the best guess in the NBA this week he's got Atlanta's John Collins on talking about his push for his $125 million extension that must be nice growing up as a military brat in much more and.

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"hundred w" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

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03:54 min | 9 months ago

"hundred w" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

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"hundred w" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

07:44 min | 9 months ago

"hundred w" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"We have consciously with hundred go onto the market with combined. The combined product men. Women is gender-balanced As after a not has performed very well in the montana's this nice the rights of conversation with the right. Our brand that we will reach. There are occasions that we are investigating with different pasta. Portfolio england cricket for example is the more that we can do without property to drive more focus from relevant browns Compensation as well so again coming. Back portfolio allows us to play different chins Different parts of competitions to explore the market from the point of view of the hundred though. I think is is unlikely that we will unbundle because it is so integral to what we're trying to deliver this gender balance and i think it would undermine some brands who have engaged in the hundred if we then in an additional layer which said x bronze coming just to promote the women's game and they might feel hold on was my role with enough. So i'm really clear that for the hundred it's a balance as a big parliaments. A big part The ideas all of our is less. The case with other sports are recognize. Each the final question i went to an event the oval unlike some of it i'm a cricket not played like you see it must be working on me. The oval rope this. I really liked it. I didn't what would you what's gonna stay. What what what have you learned about. Just the experience of the fan in the in the stadium. What are you going to keep him. What you're going to s- quietly drop. Tell us which makes the may look at me on that. So yeah i mean he's comes down to easy aimed at me actually fundamentally it took me a while this sounds really daft to understand what was going on and in the simplification process of it. I couldn't work out where the state of the game and that comes from someone who knows cricket so on a very and i was sitting there i remember. I was there with chris. Hers richard as stephen gould oliver like no crooked and they were really loving it and i was sitting there thinking. I'm not. I don't know i don't get this. I'm not a motley and then by the end of an actually. I enjoyed it more on television than i did. At the event. But i just i guess the question for you for you. Is there anything that you would order. I think we will. I think we will evolve. The beauty of the hundred is that it is has evolved from cricket and it will continue to of so think. We'll continue to listen to to feed them back into skylab and before they ended yet he run sky lapse by the way. I've never heard of it before. Yes this is a as initiative within this guy is kind of internal consultancy buoyant. Kid said we'll go back into skylon. We'll we'll we'll take this on board some. The feedback of the broadcast graphics will quite negative to stop but they sense was exactly as you went through a period of kind of calibration or or readjustment. This new way of presenting the game and we're not gonna react immediately but will take after competition in on us. What we think we will definitely have a look at some things will. Something can tighten up within image presentation. Try to criminal law in and maybe sometimes the that says expense of making sure people will. He's going on. One thing would relate to do tell more stories about the playoffs so great content on an all these players digitally or whether we do that a grind. Our broadcast us again. A big car of her we make the game more relevant people by by telling them social stories. Yeah i think for myself as a couple of things thing can just in terms of the fats light. We did launch this whole thing in the middle of democ this year. Which is kind of crazy when you think about it but from a disease plays perspective so we didn't quite up with the original lineup of overseas stalls. We thought we were going to have a especially in the women's competition images have at least perry meg lanning breath million Back next year with communist games happening one hundred With optimistic they will get into a good place. And i had that from the face of the players in peopling brown's When the umpire held the white cards. The ed abacha five and so people try to act out what abou- setting About gesture is like the press that is primarily from the scores. Today that that is the end of illegals of fis we went through a few expirations of what that was originally. We had a pink qods but we decided we couldn't have pain caused because it would lights on me holding up a red cards hundreds which would not be good a route which we might change Or something i would run out of hand signals. there's hand signals invited state. Stay at that's like Playing conditions in the cats. And for me. I think the thing is really around that by these lineups. That hopefully will get nick. She ages to even at trump even fathom that corot's One of things. Actually i was thinking was the women's hundred has the potential to be more like the ip l. in terms of it being a global center for the for the game because the men's game he's more politically difficult to get indians here and the rest of it so for it's really flyers. The question tom harrison on the podcast and we were. We were talking about this in terms of just the way in which from a business point of view. Are these franchisees going to then sort of become like ipo franchises. Are they going to be sort of commercially. Owned and order bat. And that's that's a. That's the i've got in the back of my mind. The that feels like that's eight direction. But that's longer term but just in terms in the short term it needs to be international. Bit is quite an interesting question. Isn't it and i guess just with everyone being busy calendars and the rest of it. It must be a headache. Regiment mean just in terms of getting global players in challenge. No you need iraq. Coley there to bake it to signal that this is the center of the world. This we know for this month..

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"hundred w" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

08:08 min | 9 months ago

"hundred w" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Salary caps gr- example. Yeah absolutely. i think we've seen with the numbers that the women's competitions for this summer i think yet inches eighty seven thousand attendance at which was approximately is run hof advertised attendance for the competition custody biggest similar. Yeah definitely i think that just Perspective on sunday play. I'm begging woods. Get paid more because they see that Realized and i actually. I i was spending time in some of the players this weekend was whiting with thousands open about it but let my message is that we are looking at it. I think tim harrison. She went off. That one hundred finally announced that we're going to be increasing women's salaries That prices at the moment so out. What the right number is on. Think you've said it. Averages about synapse arounds trying not seaquake away site. I think one of the things we just Remember within the is the. We had the the game the women's game within the competition and which was a pretty day daylight is definitely memories that will live with me forever and we had worked incredibly hard ended up with attendance of around eight thousand which match the average attendance through the competition. And that at the time when we were pleased with that i was ready places out. I will stick to will coast but we did have to work really hard to get audience. Darren together attendance. I think there's still a little bit of passer possession In we need to make sure that we are trapped in those people. Come and watch the women in learning occasions. I think actually. When i think about the bigger picture from it's not just one hundred hairs talents Now permit within the women's matches using the women's internationals that we have a massive opportunity next year in particular through the games the visibility that that's going to bring to sports How do we transcend ends transitions from the hundred interfacing. The women's marches think. That's where we can start ready kind of realizing the commercial value on the women's guy even the thing we still have. We still have not westie Bits waiting for the ball people saying what do we. We still trying to encourage best as we can work with contains sector to get people to buy that ticket encompasses so one of my great frustration. Actually when you see this. The co pay compensation on social media in particular A brand the people according house we will also count House we get tweak will pay well into the main input into the pool. Cost revenue around ticket sales Tickets as is such a key part of that. Say you know. I just a bit of a rallying colds anybody listening to this. If you wanna see. Domestic honesty happened in women's full. We need pete would stop buying a ticket and coming watching. And i think even just seeing some of the the wfl matches the season in the football lightning. gomez the flying. But if you look at the attendance stage light that's still hovering around where they kind of always what i say i still love. What's actually in terms. Intensive really commercializing and full applies to men and women. Right come a much women's for kobe. Bring you bring your friends. Yeah that's a really good point it's not just about women signing up to watch women's full. I think everybody everybody knows that is yeah is is that why the pace site bringing families bring bring everybody lights The quality is ban on a theme. That's the actually the other part of the occupation. When people talk about women's four powell numbers eight out of the audience is on the other Often aries is just not as good as full. It's just not the quality Actually tightly Do they some is demonstrate. The in a women's cricket is really good like we had some brilliant engaged slice some really high quality bits of scaling there on a think. That's the the other shift in perception that we need to make actually is. This is something that That he wants to come and watch Lincoln's right with howdy presents has to present as premia as a premium product which is rightfully. What we've been able to position hundred this summer. bethel's About just that wedding you went to did they did they ask tom harrison and the senior bonus love conversation they did not they did not neko's as about about that very change i think is pretty nothing. That's another big shift has happened. Actually is is around the players having that voice now under thing. Maybe historically in this kind of the that gratefulness. For whatever the weather we got up myself in that from my planes is just happy to be there and it was just great being given an opportunity whereas they do have a voice known. think dot That they feel like that they can have those conversations that they can have direct conversations today. About how much they can. We get paid next. I'm actually that will continue rob just extending that the point the beth might that about when you're looking in having conversations with commercial partners sponsors and the media and sky you've got purposes is become so central to that conversation and one of the conversation i had recently on the podcast was around the the the role women play in adding purpose to a bright sold his brand and we were talking about the ufc as an extreme example. This and actually women fighters are changing have changed the perception of it from being just folks should which other in a cage to having women beating the shit out know there is a different audience for it. Now when and part of this jen mclaren's book very good book actually about you women in ufc. But the application of it is the the women are carrying a greater level of the marketing. Load when you are talking. It's not a linear relationships. All about eyeballs. So brands wont a purpose. And they like women sport because of as beth said earlier the broader nature of the signal. But oh so it just gives a different tone of the conversation but yet they had not rewarded for that. The men are still over awarded for the money that comes in the front door the debate. Just i guess my question is has. The conversation changed when you talk about talking to sponsors about cricket do they mention women's cricket now and has that altered. You've been there awhile and you used to be heineken. Cider tin is renewable to an extent nervous. Drew is g. you haven't made up completely. Falsified your whole back story is has that so has have the. The basic question is has women. Women's cricket offered the conversation responses. And do they come to you. Wanting a conversation about women only and so unbundling is another question because again. That's the theme of women's sport in terms of can we unbundle uncouple decoupled. The rights on a from a commercial perspective is a really in question. And it's the topic of conversation that goes on wall with nec be to take you back a few years. You're absolutely right. I'm going to name shame. But there were instances plural where brands refused to pay anything. Additional for women's rights is a few years ago has changed which is great..

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"hundred w" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

08:18 min | 9 months ago

"hundred w" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Be that reach or whether as a new era for their caps credibility that gives us within a youth audience is thinking by each partnerships with lego with partnership with universal Ships created content and lincoln hundreds to those entertainment programmes unknown again. That was that was really considered part of the the approach. Okay so beth. I'm really interested. I've had a couple of conversations on the podcast recently just about women's sport more generally and this one hundred comes up quite regularly about the the signal and also the reality of pay and prize money and all that and just take us through this because again we've seen lots of different sports launch. And as as i think that sometimes the women's bit can look like an add on in our. That's that's that's changing but it still the case and the other bit my personal view. Is that the one hundred. Shouldn't be responsible for the transformation in the economics experience spot on his own so we have to sort of balance expectations. But just take us through where we are because it's such a soup sort of topic that gets enormous amounts of coverage and i'm trying to get to some sort of you know where where will i think about it but just take me where you want it. I think the hundred. I think one of the key things we talked about. Stop this conversation around. The bar is will the previous New that In time complex in perceptions. I think for me the ricky Possessions and lie on sort of i didn't with cricket since on ten years old i was single. Go down the the cricket club. When i was ten nine with all the boys misfirings mike atherton because i hadn't seen That shows a bit but luckily immagination was writing. And you know. I wanted to be in. Captain Troll of instinct. Was that i was going to do that. Men's Near the women's team i think that whole point around perception em when we hours a spoil. It really needed to shift. I think what the hundred gifts is. This amazing unique second choice. Make a pretty infest impression about what sports is in who is full. Unfamiliar that is. We won't cricket to be an equally accessible relevant spoil for men women boys girls and by launching this new competition with these eight new team bronze exciting browns were engaging Heap timber such identity about those locations that we had an opportunity to do something differently on a thing in terms of stall saying with men and women all not equal platform and presenting the men's and women's teams together that enable does To sign price. You set the best signal to signal young house in particular that this is for them. Growing up the bay. They can have a role or reading sites me actually coming out of the competition they summaries if you look at the names on the tip of people's tongues like when they talk about one hundred that no actually the men's plays that women's place because we're not gonna these amazing new styles to the life of his copsey on the even invincibles Charges into have the commentators states. Have kevin pietersen saying that. Jimmy rodrigues is his favorite e. Plan like aspirated That's that's a shift that she is a game changer. In tons of ready normalized in cricket as amend women owned that sheds platform lots of stuff while pretty much everything every decision we make when we tried states. We've got gender-balanced i think prizemoney Already cleared will not stop real signal value in how we ready valley. The men's women's competitions equally comes as they should get equal prize money language. Some of the things done around language which she's just simon poulsen now in the big role when it happened around same batteries about kind of come back out because the mcc eventually now changed the laws of the games take aboard which i think is really great that the hundreds may be crazy Baron change the way people thinking about the game but things just in in terms of how we signal to generation of girls in particular the creek is full for them now intensive pay light. I get out payloads. Lie is is kind of as an area significant star. Take between men and women. And i think we've always been very open and transparent about that so we know that this summer the average female are fifteen percent of the average meals rate. That is something that we are working incredibly hard to place Quick is possible on this night the hundreds the hundred has created on equal pay in full in crickets unequal pay within the hundred results. Hundreds of years of unequal investment. Actually into women in men's cricket women's sports and what we trying to do as a company buds in not just three hundred butter a whole transforming women and quick action found that we have now which ran to transform. The game is as we can. And what one hundred can do is through that equality of opportunity Impulse in part with Creating equal cheese for men and women to pray on that same platform remnants normalized. The game adds equal marks investment. Think necessarily cable for me actually. Is that equal investment into Pay presenting the men. The women i'm ready yes signposting. A creek isn't spoil for men and women is writing poulsen site with We consequences that guy At the journey the the women's game is own right now is accelerated journey. Say i joined these feedback in twenty fourteen as media manager for the women's team actually at the time one of the press releases ivory ben was announced us wave of professional contrasting women's team say invest we had eighteen women ending a career in cricket in that was seven years ago now. And if you look at what's happened over the last seven years. We now have england central contracts. We have the hundreds which has one hundred twenty page within it. I'm going to have awful. T. one professional domestic contrast you're on original structure when you add things together. We are catching up. We catching with men's game. But the to austin very very different stages of the evolution and a week do zoom. What we on'sharing is trying to. I'm yet to accelerate evolution as quick as we can. You know i. I completely understand and this is i think we're talking about is interesting is probably good news. That the hundred and and the cb's having these debates putting it that subject raising the profile of that's always. The argument was that the numbers stack up here. That all the time you know well we come pay women the same as men because the medium on the same or the attendance was on the same now the messaging from the hundred is actually. That's shifting and i'm wondering how that looks from the dressing room and the other bit is the the other again almost like a cliche of of again beyond spor is you. You start to hear people talk about pay restraint and cost control now. If i'm woman cricketer in my early twenties i be thinking about to enter golden age of crooked and i'm expecting my salary to rise to match demand the i see and i'm being told by everyone is happening around me whilst at the same time people are saying what we need to control costs because it's got to be sustainable and and that's that's another bit to the equation so it's a complex jungle but how does it look. Can you see the argument from a player's perspective that we should be earning much more. And we don't wanna hear about.

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"hundred w" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

08:23 min | 9 months ago

"hundred w" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Home. Thanks very much for view. Time really appreciate it. Obviously the hundred has been one of this sport business stories if not sports is a story of the summer in the uk. And i'm really interested. I'm thinking about where to start because this need sort of jumping off points into it. And i'd like to steer the conversation towards the women's game towards the women's side of the event. I'm less interested in the sort of county cricket politics of it trump. show your that so fills alcohol different. Pa compensation there's a. There's a part of me that looks at it and says i'm really interested in the sort of origin of it. And the sort of genesis of the idea. So could we sort of go back to that bit. And then we'll sort of jump onto the commercial bit and all of the other parts of the story but he just takes us back because obviously you this hiatus which was a sort of vacuum between the launch. The actual you're saying going to happen and then is gonna launch because of obvious reasons so just take us back to the very beginning. Where did the idea come from. What was the genesis of it. Now say you. They're very hot. One you i was maybe slightly late to join us at the team. So that you around the table. So when i came to light something if you wanna jump in so that the context was from a business point of view that was really relying on international cricket bilateral cricket revenue and all our Basket lights of india. Australia and they have strong. International product also wanted strong domestic global competition in the ip or they bash and so from a business by boat from an audience. Point of view. You might remember some That we discussed in the price of a five years ago now up by higher kids were more likely to recognize w wrestlers than thing cricket captain and that came from a big piece research which was really by understanding. We're was with the next generation on revealed that there was a big issue with the next generation that we just weren't as relevant as we wanted to be. The next generation is an issue because we also identified the if you wanted to have a flourishing cricket economy with coaches untamed rosen. Volunteers untimely people. Who are going to be partnered game and also investigating the future to recruit the next generation so it became very clear that we had to address that particular issue and but there were barriers so the bargains that we we understood were remain once time complexity and perception the game too long whether to to play or to watch it the district. It was too complicated when you look at cricket scoreboard known fan. You understand what that means is just a complex series of numbers before we get into the language. Cricket hands on the third thing was perception. That cricket was a bit too white stress that none of those factors were true of everyone. We spoke to but but for a lot of people and several people who were on the fringes of curricular or potential interested in cricket. Those were five times and those kind of the brief brief for the hundred. How do we overcome those those buyers. And when we first i'm looking at the and you competition But the more movie. We stared this thing done. We started getting alternatives on the the hundreds forma. There are one hundred old formats you know. So the last month's is effective one hundred dollars. The hundred bowl idea was taken by a number of different places and it was only when we started playing with it and put it in front of all audiences Really onto something here. I'm a bit obsessed with formats and we did a thing recently with with the twenty-first group and they they've done you know they have a model four matson when you then look around new sports. We're in this peculiar time. Where you've got people are borrowing money at very low rates if you have a good idea. Free market is coming in and challenging traditional holders across the board in a you've got in lots of different sports so and it's interesting this one because obviously emerged from the governing body because normally the compensation is is there's a disrupt on the outside. We're seeing erupted at the moment so the you know the twelve's is an i if it was like an idea. Scott how loaded components in it and probably some money behind it but as a whole lotta questions. Attached to it about the sport. But that's possible. Now you can then come up with an idea if you've got enough money and you've got sort of credibility in sport. What's interesting about this. One is the emerged from the from. The sea. bay is a bit like they were talking about kodak about the is rare example. Where they of they created digital photography within coda and he killed their business. Some just. that's not an analogy on stretching but there is a sort of question about what happened. When was the obvious that that was a direction. Guy when the hundred km aka that sounds like is that just a point of difference is has to be different than twenty twenty. Because we're doing a new thing and it's going to be too confusing. Everyone launch another twenty twenty event was the foot with the format itself became central to the story and is almost a cultural people who are sort of forward against the hundred which in a way is good because it it means is part of the conversation but just just land on that for a minute. Just pick the hundred just a stage further. Why and how that happened. Yeah perspective let me different perspectives. My perspective was that. Of course the worst concerns about one another format but the way the i rationalized. It was the audience that we the broader audiences reach aren't conscious of all these forms. They just think of cricket on their perceptions are buying up in in cricket. I'm so there was the issue was with the existing and fans. And we need to demonstrate. We make the argument for why we wanted to do this. I'm going to prove it. Unfortunately we've been able to do. I think to your point around in private equity. The acp has a responsibility to make sure that all the formats that game flourish and the way that we approach that after launch the hundred is by looking at as a portfolio portfolio. There is something for everyone you know if you want to go and watch a four day game at will try for emerson traffic if you want to go and watch T twenty blast. Game at at durham There's something for everyone. And that's the way approach that the fear is that we all of our energies behind the hundred. The the right way forward is that we we treat these a number of different competitions that have got a role for cricket role for audiences and we need to demonstrate overnights years urban. Make sure they will flourish. And one of those things is the the vitality boss the we are already live the twenty additional last next year in hobe and promote so. I understand why there is fear. The new format comes along and is also focused. But i as as compensation.

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"hundred w" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

02:32 min | 11 months ago

"hundred w" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"Your vacation. I don't tend to worry about things. I'm not vacationing break asian. I think i'm good on that. I think i just walk around. What was that your guards up. I think you're keeping your guard up a little bit. I do worry about things. If that's just on. i listen. I've heard i've heard plenty of stories. Plenty tails of you and your neighbor and a tree. So i think that there are things that were you know. He tells us that story all the time you tell that story a lot i mean the woman. The woman said she. It's you she said to me. I wouldn't lie shout of guy lying to me. What would it be angry about that. You know who else lied judas. He betrayed god that is true. Getting biblical here mystery crate Bitcoin yes you're on vacation because roy when he gets a couple of drinks in them again. Uh i've seen that. I've never seen it. You've never seen drunk fund roy before billy i've seen i've seen of it like i've seen been years but i haven't seen it in person i've never roy's never really let his guard down around. We shared together in atlantis. That's right. he was wearing shorts around me. When you really know somebody when you share a hotel room with them I don't think i've ever seen roy's legs before i've only ever seen. I've only ever seen the speedo. Well yeah others as impressive yes. It was was impressive. Waves in the sand looked great out there. What are you talking about. Speaking of impressive the service that might got and told them to them doing tell mono how to say consistently say it wrong and now you guys have me thinking before it. You're so now he's inconsistently saying it wrong he says at tooling or whatever luma to loom. That's where mike was and he had some crazy shit happened to him. Okay that's the setup joy. that's the set. So chris.

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"hundred w" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

06:07 min | 11 months ago

"hundred w" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"Really hot. When you're bullying spectators armory freezing and the rest are just sweating. So what would be the effect if if you wanted to establish yourself as the hardest throwing a professional bowler on the planet and all of a sudden you just started throwing like a twenty eight mile an hour ball ball. Yeah like look at like a feather light ball who just thirty miles an hour down the line. yeah. I think i need a new arm. Stafford wondered that. I don't know that you've not always wondered that. Yes on that. I think that to the like is there more value. Because i guess if every throws around the same fee like what if you just became the hardest throwing bowler and you're geared on this your average goes lower right but you get like the notoriety of. Oh my god like aaron throws thirty miles an hour like she'll bowl one twenty but throws thirty miles an hour their value to that. I guess it just depends on on who wants to follow it along. How do we feel about midnight. Bowling music playing when with bowling party. Atmospheres around. Bowling is some graceful. Wow see i'm a fan of it. I liked the latter the music to better. How do we feel about this erin. I don't mind music. But that. I guess if i'm if i'm just bowling fun that's fine but it's it's hard for me to bowl for sundown. Say you wanna go cosmic bowling on a friday night michelle. I'll go to watch probably won't be throwing evolved on though. What could you opposite handed. And maybe a one hundred average not impressive probably hit some tenants mestre shooting very safar terrified by single pin spares because to me. That's what all the pressure is. On if i if you have a single pins bear one hundred times. How many times one hundred will you make. That single pins. fair would hope bits. Above ninety percent annexing open conspiracy in bowling are much like free throws in basketball. They should be made obviously sometimes are not made but you should have ideally a ninety five percent spare average for some offense or better ten pence even that tenpin hate that tenpin. Yeah throw a lot of us throw plastic dolls at ten kennedy good bowlers. Do we do that we superbowl. What does that mean so like you were to go into bowling center. Kick up just a ball off the rack like a house ball at the center provides. There's no there's no wait. Lock in a senator. Bowling ball won't hook so it should go dead straight towards the pen. I can make a house ball hook a little bit. You know what. I hate greg. I hate when there's two pins left but it looks like there's one pin less being you got the one pin that surprise. That's another one hiding behind. That's the worst. What's the worst. The is the worst. What your top three worst. That's the worst bowling. So you know the tens of i do tell them okay so a three six nine ten basically on the side and then you have the one behind it about i. I think that's a billers worst nightmare. Our i think so. You've had nightmares about that. Spare percentage just low. It's not where it should be. That's probably my mouth beards fair. Is there any way to carry your skills over to ski ball. Have you tried ski ball at all trotsky ball. I like ski ball. I'm mediocre at it. You'd think i should be better. It's the ramp though. The ramp really throws things off like if there was that ramp and bowling. Bet that you wouldn't be doing as well because you can't really predict the ramp. You're correct but boy evil you know. It's the arcade version with the circles. Roll the ball. Oh yeah yeah okay. I didn't know what it was called. Yeah that before before we go. I think you're very proud of your bowling form. So i think you should like back up from your chair and show her like a dry. A dry run. That's what we call it right. Aaron give her a dry run of a swing and Let her evaluate it. Okay well. I'm i'm wearing basketball shorts right now. I'm not really. They're on going to attire. But madge nat. They're blue signed back center. I mean what does he hold it. See like a double double. He did a false start. There he was he was nervous. The pressure got to. That was the most embarrassing thing i've ever done in my life. But you know what the key to me. Erin is the exaggerated harm thing after all is through in the in the. Yeah what would you rate that on a scale of one to ten seven. Thank you wow. Professional bowler has given me a seven. That's on my tombstone. Put it on their one last question. Would you rather get a turkey or four strikes out of five but it's broken up. You have a spare in the middle. Because i feel like there's something turkey that i just like. I'd rather have the turkey. Yeah santer also prefer house bowling shoes over like actual bowling shoes. Because i liked the feeling of sliding where i feel like. If you get like your own personal bowling shoes you don't have that same slide. Why is that. I think it's going to shift from the bowling alley there. There used the broken in so the more use them the slipper the more slippery they get on the bottom they make you slide more. I guess you don't like the slide. I i can do the moonwalk good in house bowling shoes. Oh okay aaron. How did this go for you. Was this okay. Yeah this is fun. Okay thank you thank you. Thanks bye this summer. Get the most out of your travels abroad by learning the language of your destination with.

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"hundred w" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"hundred w" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"They take your temperature and i was like sat in my car for twenty minutes before i walked in and i i came in at one hundred and one was only because it was really hot in my car and he just turned the ac on your car. I i mean. I don't generally like to run a see that much but either like i i wasn't i wasn't uncomfortable. Are you always windows down. Kind of guy. No i just. I don't run that much like a lotta car home. No i i actually in my home never run. Homer wiped out florida. I live in a studio apartment. Building is kept pretty cold and the fan usually keeps me cold enough. This is crazier than gelling your hair before bed. Yeah i'm not really not much of an ec- guy what you say that all right. My guess is billy guilt or the cat fishing. Because that's a weird move and billy's kind of a weird guy billy. Well that's not an insult. It's not an weird yeah Basically for more details it was like they made a facebook page to you know and tried to friend requests their friend at just to see if they're girlfriend would. When did this happen chris. What is the person in high school. Yeah this is chris. I feel like asked me winning him. Okay all right me. Ask for age reasons. What's the most bryan colangelo. E thing you guys have ever done. Because i have a nominee that i did. When i was in high school i had a girlfriend and actually this was actually after high school. 'cause it was facebook and i created a facebook account of just a random person and i requested my girlfriend to see if she would accept so you catfish girlfriend yet didn't work. I had a good one. Did you ever picture picture. I just googled like good-looking model of the random dude. I thought i went for which i thought she'd be into. It was a blonde guy. Good looking good body. Whose picture did you use. I don't know it was just google image. You just google blonde guy. And i think his name was like jack. Jack jack ritter something. I think that was jack ritter and was a guy named jack ritter or was your your catfish character jacket. I created an account of facebook. Kind of a guy named jack ritter. He was very good looking. And that i requested my current girlfriend accurate or and she did accept the friend request. But when i did jack ritter go to school. Just imagining that you see undecided. Says seed.

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"hundred w" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"hundred w" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"Figuring out which is my bottle of water bears one two three four five six seven eight nine of water that's unopened. I think we have five hundred. None of them are mine and like three of them are no. There's just four on this side of the table. And then they're sushi. Xinhua yeah there's this dance like four pieces of sushi This general environment is a mess. And you believe scott. Hanson in this same show was telling us about hydration and like the color of people's now is on this same show. No i cannot believe that according to dito that happened this decade beato band that oh you wanted to. I could do that. Yeah david here okay. Coffee from super super bowl. Two years ago he's here. He brought this bulletproof case of improved. Bulletproof case you wanna see it. All right kickoff mystery crate with some bullet. Is that what they come because it comes in a bulletproof case you guys know bullet copy is. It's like butter. it's like butter and coffee and apparently it's for like clarity of the mind. It's good for the brain. I've heard of it before. Yeah cared elaborate. Yes that's it. No i heard of it but her coffee. Why but why. I mean butter. It seems like it would be it. Had the exact opposite effect of what of clarity end of health societies. Done a three sixty on butter. Where bile great and then butter was terrible and now butters great again and we're talking about proper butter right. We're not talking about like you know i. It's not blah blah medical sciences cyclical right. Like things you come and go. Sometimes they're good sometimes. They're bad yeah butter. Smoking especially dieting especially dieting like the amount of life cycles at carbs have gone through has to be at least a dozen at leaders of good to bad. I mean it could be just the lies. The offense you buy big butter you know ooh big butter. Well jessica in the pocket of big butter butter. I love butter. I bake with butter a lot by the way that the prop gun files over. Wow look at that thing. Look literally my yellow which is by the.

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"hundred w" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

Star Wars Sessions

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"hundred w" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

"Good as soon as he came in good to start with. I was almost almost did me. No call eight tune johnny born. Dan delorean thank you so much. It is just a i want to just thank. Thank dan sexton for affecting effectively. Leasing us that catchphrase of his. When i met now when we worked together we when i met him. It was something that i noticed. He said a lot like to describe something are so good and it was something i picked up and man you you always described stuff so i think the tell us that there are otherwise the staff but he. Nah na a soon to be seen on a t sitting there you properly again now that's true. Stay tuned stay chained man. I'm so grateful for that so great no. I hadn't listened to his authority. I'm to save it for old on the mike and danny boy. Thank you so much to hold my mouth at one point because as soon as i decided to word so good it just makes me think literally every time i hear a even melodic. This makes me think so. Good older tons of used sauce. Light cotton off as boys. Danny boy is contrary at his his his voice vocal and his base anderson kit would say written to the session throughout the recaps to the round tables to. You'll hear him a most shows basically and of course the. He does a patron wrap every week to that. You know that we have a patriot and we wanted to just give a little shoutout to our patriots who've been there since day one and our newest ones who've been there for the last week or so because you guys are you guys. Keep the show going we are. We appreciate every single payer vs that. Listen to our show. We can work out an patriots dive on for extra content. And we love doing it. It's an extension of the show. Of course a natural extension and we love each month coming up with a a cheaper show. My show a journal of luke blow. Will luke show an pub cost is where we get together generally in a pub when we can do will ever we have a or two and we just talk star. Wars deep is an absolute banner and we just wanted to so once again. We do it every time patriots show but other than is enough times you can say thank you to all patrons and artist wanted to behalf of me certainly lucasville honestly thank you so much for support in the show being with us through this yes huge sham and the patriots have allowed us to really look at this show. I mean the support of the show anyway because not everyone can always afford to contribute to the show monthly The sport radio has been outstanding and denied the right way growing to the people's generosity. You know we're looking at stoa sessions gunmen. We can put time into this. Yeah we can put a lot of hearts into this which we love doing anyway but you guys just basically cement in that you you really are securing the future of the show so honestly thank you so much on the patriot. Stuff is such fun a con. I can't even lie icon even lie that honestly so find the app. We've had different people coming onto help with that's family members or a youtube or friends personal friends now coming on to To talk exclusively for those who want to support the show in that level so we wanted to thank you for having patriots to allow show to grow into expand exponentially. We wouldn't have had the chance to go and do certain things and we would have had a chance to build relationships like we have done with flaker with hasbro and as as you seen has broken so very coined to send us. Send us some goodies through the post since we've nine them and we wanted to give something back to our listeners. We luke yet. I saw one. We're gonna be doing a few more of these giveaways anyway. but the mandalorian. Monopoly is ii collector's edition monopoly in yucai. It retails for about fifty pounds sometimes less amazon or something in. Us on gonna guest my of donald conversion here. I'm gonna guess to my probably like sixty seventy bucks May be less. I'm not sure but anyway we're going to be doing a give wii on that. And that's going to be a based around a social posts that we going to upload tomorrow so does diety on thursday the fourth of february twenty twenty one and we're going to be a social post on instagram twitter facebook so weit to read those details to enter into the competition. And that's just one of the few things we're gonna try and give back to our community so Thank you so much. Everyone but especially our patrons of michael possible haven't even played the monopoly game so it certainly is on panetta's the check checkout social post ease or worldwide competition is or isn't just geo lobster due to the case. Okay thank you so much for allowing us to have so many fun moments with the sections. Yeah absolutely man and talking of lot fun fun moments words and just funsies. In general favourite stall was moments in the last hundred episodes mighty. Boy this can. This can vary from moments in the podcast. But also outside of the podcast. Is there anything you can think of my In the podcast is a really obscure by told you this when we went to note base. The keith shop in essex support local gig shop support your local shops. But every time luke mentions his wife's name early there was there was an episode about mabel episode at twelve when we were just chopping so carreira infractions and for some reason. I don't know why luke decided to say. His wife's name is so courageous when early literally that including the every time. He says his wife's name now especially via whatsapp message. Oh there is place in my head even today where we were on his end kosta sewing so soon every errol's name i kept thinking that in the back of my mind so that always gets me everytime time oversleep. If we're allowed to see each other again. I see your wife again. I won't say early to for fear of not being in but that was one of the brief shining moment. that's personal. I mentioned my guy. Henry just mentioned that daffyd of fed up the charts to cover his tracks. Oh no please. Don't put that on there but we did anyway. Some of the favorite moments come on. Come on do go into comic con running. Around comic con kind of cutler eastern it goes into the pause afterwards in every of the show in front trying to keep his post going because he was really under the weather he was sweating out here so will but blessed detroit his hardest. We got through that weekend. And i think i think. Mci was one of the most fun things because he was just great to spend fun time together but in and around that kind of coaching. So let's one.

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"hundred w" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

Star Wars Sessions

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"hundred w" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

"hundred w" Discussed on Probably True Podcast

Probably True Podcast

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"hundred w" Discussed on Probably True Podcast

"So listening to probably true, please be aware that this podcast may contain strong language and adult themes. It would be boring without them. It's finally here the one hundredth episode of probably true. It's a better way to on this week. Actually as I'm halfway down a bottle of bad wine, well I think. It's either really bad wino-. Very good vinegar either way. It was off price and I'm not stopping till it's all gone. I will finish this off like I. finished off your boyfriend last night. which is to say quickly and try not to think about the taste. Anyway, Here's a list of. For sex that I found online and wanted to share. Let's have a bit of background music for what the French. Ambulance. It's very French, isn't it? I'm billings when it's supposed to be sexy, so my legs come up a yes, but you are so very very. Some Geezer keys anyway. A bit of House your father. The act of darkness. Assault with a friendly weapon. Baking. The Potato Bedroom Rodeo. Bringing an Al Dante noodle to the Spaghetti Factory. Bulging the back of the old onion bag. Burping the worm in the mole hole. Cave diving. The KLENGE plunge. Actually. Sounds better in a northern accent. Hang on a second. The Clintons plunge! Cleaning the cobwebs with the womb broom. Filling the fleshy eclair. DIGGING SAND CRAB! Doing squat thrusts in the Cucumber Patch Enraging Cave. Entangling the low bids. Filling him out like an application. The four-legged Fox, Trot. Getting a belly full of morrow. Getting once twinkie stinky. Getting some stank on the hang down. Harpooning the salty longshoremen. Signing up to his patriots, that one's actually I'd put the casino to remind you that my patriots there if you want to join and gave me some money for doing this kind of ship more often, Patriot dot com forward slash probably true. Interior redecorating. Jeff Kennett where he's talking. Loading the clown into the Canon. Locking legs and swapping gravy. Making a magical sandwich. Putting your ferret in his meat locker. Mashing the, fat. Parking the beef bus in toontown. Negotiating the forested chasm. Pressure washing the quiver bone in the bitch wrinkle. Rum Bus ticketing. Punch king the Rosebud. Tongue punching the box. Rummaging in the Fella. Shooting the meat rocket into the sausage wallet. spelunker slime cave. Taking the bull headed known for a walk in the misty forest. Taking the magic bus to Manchester. tickling his tummy from the inside. Violating the Prime Directive. And now. This. I'm out of wine. Please go away. That was probably true. The multi-award-winning storytelling series written and produced by me the multi-award-winning Scott Flash Heart. It was designed to remind all of my quiz. Siblings that we are none of us alone. You can find links transcripts of every episode and all that good stuff, probably true podcast dot com. If you enjoyed found value in anything, you've heard that you can support the show on, patriots just go to Patriot dot com slash probably true, and if you want to get in touch, just such probably true podcast on the socials..

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