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Remix! It was all good about a week ago. Part 2 of the reaction. This is JustATouchof_J  for you

JustATouchof_J

51:22 min | 8 months ago

Remix! It was all good about a week ago. Part 2 of the reaction. This is JustATouchof_J for you

"Hey y'all this is just a touch. Jay and i'm coming at you. Give ready to put it all out. There in pieces. Baby was cracking with my babies. Will y'all out the zone. A y'all out the shining on him because they hated living your best. Do what it is that you do that. Shoot sued at two. Oh my gosh. I know that you guys are out there being so dumb and so whereas baby do. And why do i tell you that. I know that you guys are out there. Being sold illness or whereas baby complaining because god made you that way and the second reason why i know that you guys are out there being so they'll so wise baby is because you're listening to and you gotta be you listen you guys to be thorough wise if you are out there listening to me. 'cause they suggested such a jig y'all know i'll put it out the pieces for you and i also have to give a shout out some haters. You know my disbelievers in you know all those people who will debbie shallow lou hailing. Since i've gotta give settled to your us. So what do say to these. Hey does y'all ready all three one. Cu three hyenas. 'cause you need this so work really yes. Y'all need this work to so listening. You just coming over to the whole jessica j. experience and you are like wait. A minute was so with this girl. And why is this girl. J. wanna hagen shout to the heat is so listen when you shannon pray pray pray yes living your best life doing what it is that you supposed to. Do you know doing what god says to do what happens. Is that the hated store coming around. Okay 'cause you practice a little night on inside this little lad man. I'm gonna let right lettuce show haddish on is you start shannon bright right so what. It is a lot of times. We do the one thing that you're supposed to do the best like doing it right. God you know he loves ally schambori and all the haters and order the macy's disbelievers. They come over. Because i my border shall shine on. Their light is shined so bright. They can't help but to imagine being in a room and his darkness. Right you in this dark and somebody come in and hit the light switch. You know it kind of startled you a little bit. Loaded just a touch jay. Okay because you've been in the dark so when you want a doctor light. It does something to look okay. So basically. that's what happened. So the light is doing something off the naysayers disbelieve. Is the people you know. Wall on was the hating. All you basically day. Whatever it is today was doing doing dawn to you. Baby come on over now. okay. And god's word is says is that i'm going to prepare a table for you in the presence of your enemies i'm going to nature here. Whoa you and your cups gonna run over. Okay i wanna make enemies a footstool so they see all the show going on as i got that light is tracked and to you and what happens is they wanna get blessed by the message. Whatever message guarded user to use their light shining to pull in so this just touched. You must say hate us. 'cause y'all need this work to yes. They need that worked in. That's why they listening to you. That's why they come in over. That's why they china see what you got going on because the line on inside you bread like solo. Dishes such debbie. Let me start skate. Non over to these pieces solo have. Your name is all or sm on instagram baby. Now look if you hear mommy window pieces audio for you. I got splaine's he what's been going on in my life i. This is part to basically air by goal. Do something so look. I'm appointment now to you. But i had my daughter's birthday on october thirteen. Th that was amazing. And then i was putting out. The love of my life will check out them songs. You know i got all he needs is just a touch j you guys need is excessively job. Ladies your hitter. You'd like to. So i have that going on. Yeah and then. We'll skate on over. Oh wait a minute. Let me enough. Forget also check my fitness line. Yeah drop my fitness clothing. 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I'm gonna talk to y'all just it's such a j fitness. Yeah baby mama. We're going to finish program. Called the four hundred and is still coming. Don't you guys count me out because it's going to be out there. Oh my gosh. it's just such baby. I ain't get this body straight for no reason. I lost seventy five pounds. And that is what i created to fitness program. You take a pitch a look at. Here's a picture out there floating around on the internet. Y'all okay i got on this one piece you know little bayden sleep do bodysuit or get up thing here and it got like the flag wanted was stars is a blue white and red. You know like the whole fourth of july team thing. And i got some convers and i'm just sitting there like year s me had dropped a four hundred pounds very little things on it crossing the front like louis cleveland. Too little bit go down to the. Oh my gosh looking. Good thing. Yes does justice jay. Bet your check that out. That's of just touchy jays. 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Okay you can hear all the podcasts and everything get fitness my personal polls everything that you guys want to see right on the justices j f. I'm changing it up. More things come. Y'all should just key opinion that because it's such big. Y'all know i to put stuff out there pieces for you. You hit an justice cannabis. Oh my gosh listen. I got some stuff combination. Y'all okay. I got some stuff calmly. Your y'all ain't never seen before all of my people out there that like doing what it is to do to do reading. Okay this mama got from stuff popping off your really gonna love you like. I never seen that like that. Okay like i told you ought this is just such a j. Gotta put it out the pieces for our i so lasting. I'm gonna talk about is disadvantage a podcast on this new. Y'all got my justice state park his popping like pop pop pop pop popcorn baby. Yes y'all got that thing. Poppy and i'm just so have been destroyed. Like listening to me. Like people have been hitting me up and thank you for all your prayers. Keep on coming okay. Because i told y'all do i. Drop it down on your. I've got a story to tell. Like biggie. are but thank y'all for the podcast y'all letter. Podcast is worldwide like your rocky everywhere. France london japan indonesia. Y'all got me kallio. Got me in states. I'm still on eighty. I think i'm eighty seven or eighty five. I haven't checked. But i know they've been giving me two numbers in russia alone. Okay like i'm like several hundred and something on apple's charts in other places but just in russia i'm near on apple a touchdown which all out there doing what guys out there doing. But i love you. Okay i love you. Thank you so much for listening to me. Oh my gosh. Venezuela and definitely africa jamaica everywhere. You guys love justice. Says jada justice has jane you and you will be able to get any of my clothing that you want to have a lot of pieces. I got just such a fits. Okay my fit than i got his tail food. Oh my gosh tell it to you. You guys are gonna let these pieces. I got peonies underwear. Everything company yo. Oh i this. Just it's such a j wait on pieces. I so listen. This worn over to the left. Let's sue. I could shine son and i got a story to tell your life. Iggy oh my gosh. I got much system when he got to drop the time on your but be patient. Because as i've been talking to you now my stomach's been killing so listeners. Talk right. I need to talk to your god told me somebody out do gone to soften and i got to share more. So sorry about their your your known about the drop down on you and i'll tell you audit time. You've been listening to me whenever i give disconnected. Then meal is about to be your message so listen this just Today baby this is part to let me go ahead and drop it down on your son. Listen this far left. Y'all off it. God told me to. Somebody needs to hear this work. Somebody do going through something. So i gotta share my testimony right so i just got finished telling you to my stomach them bother me so look i got a sore till i bic so this house starts so last thursday right. Today is friday. This let me see what days. Because i don't even know channel so much been going. Today's november two six so about a week ago. It was all good about a week ago. But i saw was all good about a week ago. I swear it was so look. I had this reaction right to some food reaction system food now a few days. They didn't know what it was. That i ate i didn't know was because it could have been a whole bunch of things a maybe. It just could have been a few days. But this is just a touchdown machado. Put this out the pieces for you. So had his reaction. So i get shipped to the emergency room. And when i'm emergency room. Li like oh my gosh action so bay anybody out there going through anything reaction as a reaction. Listen to me like a reaction is bay. You just going through it on your own. You know you're trying to deal with it. Looks and that's what i had to dude today. A newly gimme all differ medicines and things like that now. We finally get it down to where i'm just taking you know like to antihistamines and something to help my stomach okay. So now is about friday. Saturday ish and i start having more reaction. So the up the doses. Okay anybody up there anybody. i'll do. They want to a reaction and then you have more of a reaction from the reaction that you want through. I mean look. This is just a touch. I know you're gossip going through. I know you out there going through reactions and one reactions caused another reaction so look. That's what happened to me. One reaction causing other reactions to the up my antihistamines. Now mind you. I can't eat okay. So i'm like losing some weight. Within a couple of days. I sedan down. I six pounds. Anybody out there. Losing stuff because of these reactions. That keep having. I mean you lose things. That's what i'll also lost weight. You might leave something else. You might lose a spouse might have lost a jar. You my law something. That was really good to you. You know because the first reaction caused another reaction. Now you losing things so i'll also await right but i forgot to tell you all that while i was gone through all of this must stomach had been bothering me and masada my bag so he sent me back to the hospital and they do a cat scan case. This is the third time in hospital now. It's only been a couple of days this about sunday. Maybe and do a cat scan. You know they immediately check my slumming and he told me a stomach is fine. But i'm like you know just feels like he's burning forma beck. It feels like mussad hurt. I mean in control. But i'm still hungry. Anybody out there guys still going on and it's hurting you but you still hungry for more because you had a reaction caused another reaction to cause you to lose things but you homegirl for more is something. You'd his home country but at the same time you hurting like on my side and my beck you just got this pain it anybody out there going through just just such on going through. So it's like you know so my doctors messiah and everything's still hurt on those going over. Meanwhile i'm having a reaction okay. So i'm home. And while i'm home i start getting really like nauseous to smells and i said myself home. Wait a min self gordon. No just got put this out there in pieces by for myself. I'm not able to be all side like day. You know i'm not able to go into supermarkets now. I'm not able to even be at the hospital like that. I'm not able to be around things because the smells are making so they tell me. I have a condition called hypol- museum this is just such. Gb i'm trying to hold together all this heroism. Museum is a condition where you smell his alabi. If an 'cause you sick really really you could get sick from. You can die from you know because of what it is that you're ingesting these proteins that are out there in like perfumes or body sold so body. Wash your things that people of cooking like somebody's cooking meats or different things that have like these proteins is causing mere reaction. A lot of people who are pregnant suffer from action even took me in a did on a sesame xiaowen pregnant but just touching. I'm going to get the okay. Because that's the fourth time i was at the hospital but this third tom dot com home. I'm noticing that. I got these issues with smell. So that's what they told me that it is. You don't have to check on me again and doctors and everybody you know have a resume. That's what it is. You have to be very careful so now sitting home. And i'm saying to myself self worcester smell them smell a myself and i'm talking about yom smaller myself like i'm smelling everything. I have a dog dog. i'm smelling myself. I'm going to bear from and like all these pieces of straight. You know but i'm smelling smells stronger than usual. So now i'm in a house. Would face mess on anybody after going through something where what used to be able to do. You can't do any more i'm talking about. The smell is so bad. That i can't wash my clothes or what i used to wash my clothes with. I can't watch body with soap. I can brush my teeth. This is just such a j. Anybody over here out dear. God do something like you had a reaction to cause another reaction right. The you lose some things. They alive start again altered. You know and things started happening and you ain't able now to do what it is that you do that you do that. You do baby. Look what i'm going through now. I can't even wash with soap. I can't even go into the supermarket. The person of order groceries. And i can't eat okay. So but if order anything they can't bring it up to the car for me. I can't even drive myself anywhere cousin. Week okay this is just a tragic anybody out there. Just want them something to just change your life because it was all good about a week ago. That song was all good about a week ago. Yeah it was all good last week. Anybody out there literally your whole life has changed but it was just different two week ago so look so now out to wash myself what i have to do put on a mess. We all here in kobe. We gotta wear mess. When you go out we go out. I gotta wear a mask a whole sometimes. When i wash myself if i go to the bathroom i can't wash my hands. Put on gloves anybody out there too. 'cause it's just a touch a j. baby. I'm trying to put this out there in peace view at tokyo. Got sorted biggie. Loud your tell y'all shove because the truth sets you free and i know somebody out there going through it or they got to call me you thinking that you go through it but now you're listening to me and you understand that your life is amazing. You understand to to life is good because you like this. Just it's after j. Just it's to jake buddha's jillian veronica hairs my girl jet. Yeah got to put the pieces fleet. Maybe you might think your life was just a mess and listening listening to me and you like. Wow but you know you watch hannity this all right so let me finish putting out the pieces for you so now you know i've been there and decide i gotta wash myself real quick. I got hurt like to put something on me. you know. wash that off then. Rinse it off. Quick and i'm just trying to hit the hot spots baby. I wash my face in about five days. All i can use water anybody out there like literally you used to be able to do all these things in your life just instantly change so i'm gonna do all this and i got the intense smell. Okay let me tell you a little bit of historic quick little testimony. Now if going over to make a love these kitchen you listen to me. I told you i made a lamb collard greens. So i made a slam degrees and i noticed that the smell was a little strong. This is about a week ago. Because i told you it was all good about a week ago and i made this lamb right. Oh my gosh. With the calgary and i love legal apiece kitchen shall do you live my life. I love it you know. Make love these kitchen kitchen for me. Oh my gosh. Every single sound because know megan lombi's kitchen right. They'll be thirty. God puts us out the pieces for you. But i made lamb right. Something gets selling was anamar. Would you open up. Demand a put in container. But why i'm having all these reactions. Don't you open up the land. Because i was we'll take the pitches for you'll see all can see the pictures of pieces for your do not end up the liam so said okay so i started having these smells. They said i need to clean my house on my cows needs to be straight. Everything needs to be straight and use baking soda. I can't wash my clothes with things you know. All everything had to be rewatching everything that i use. Fabric softener with the smell is so intense. It makes me sick vomiting. Okay like messed up. Lightheaded can't brief going into shock. My body's shaking just from the smallest things. So i come home from the hospital. Okay i think this is the third time i come home from a trip three and i come home and my daughter says mommy are forgotten. I'll cook fish. But cleaned up. Because i have a fish. Algae i'm ever reaction to tune it okay to so mamoun system on my body comes down under seven reactions to everything so i said all. I don't even know if i can go in the house. I might sleep in a car tonight. This is what i told her. I said because. I just don't feel like i can't go on to the hotel maybe smelling here and are noted. The car safe you know just just a touch j. i can't go to. Nobody's house because on what they got going on a new the my set me off and dagel sure sick myself with the epi pen. Go back to the hospital so sound like to sleep in a court. Okay sitting in a car. All of a sudden i sort something hit me my pet mess down and i'm like what the heck is a jump out of the core of the soul intense. I couldn't breathe. I'm brought into house and a smell it in a house. A one of two steps. And i'm looking and i'm like similar room but i got my air filter on air purifier. Two of them at the had them one in my room at all times with a talented. The door and i have had things around my dorm room. Because i had to keep out two cents. It's just a such a debbie. I told you got a storyteller biggie. It was all good about a week ago. So i'm in here. And i'm looking at my daughter's here what me. She's only gospel because she sees it all my face. You see. i can't breathe. And i'm trying not to panic and i think my bathroom a gourmet bathroom. 'cause there's no windows in the windows in my room and everything was open but i didn't know what it was something that was outside some. What is that. What do you have. Also she said well. When i was cleaning up took the leeann moderate refrigerate and now it's in the trash can a mr data trash liam was the only thing that was left and it's interesting i give it away from the house please. Not tears running down my face belly. Breathe sitting signal my tub and i see my soap. Okay because at this time is was one little soap. Deduct a us a little bit. This is about three day. Three me could use but all of a sudden. Now that's bothering me. Because i'm having a reaction so that the action is bothering so i'm thinking to myself with my daughter comes here and she sees him. You wanna floor the twenty two year ride. It just had a birthday. This isn't going to be good. So i take the bet soap and i put it in a ziplock bag. It's just a touch baby. And i got my blanket in there because i'm freezing. I got chills. Now all of this. And i have to think of remain level-headed. Anybody out got something going on with so much. It was all good about a week ago. To life has changed so much where you actually have to just readjusting because so many things are happening. That's what i had to do that. You sit here real quick and just readjust readjusting not panic. I'm telling you don't panic. Just readjust thank. If you're going through something like how i was going through. And this is state risks on a uterus. You panic mode okay. So my daughter she runs. She gets this stuff and she gets far away from. The house was in a trash. Can she moves it for like down the street. Okay way way way for away. An inch did. I'm in the bathroom. And she comes back in after a while. She goes mommy she knows to. She couldn't really wash your hands. And i'm like thank god you know. She said it was closed. Though it wasn't even open y'all it was closed was making me his the action okay. She said your k. And i say here she's looking. I'm sorry i'm okay. Maybe because now she thinks it's her fault. She tried to help as she made it. Worse anybody out there you try to help but it made it worse. This adjusted touch j. Now she's affected by okay so we get that situation under hand and now washing with basically nothing bacon sorta like what. I'm trying for piece for you. Baby okay that's not chaldean. My best life do what it is. Today i do. So i'm going to the allergist and allergies and the first al just you know basically don't want to go and go back to the hospital because he told me you gotta go back to the hospital. We need to do at all tra- sale 'cause my stomach is still hurting and my side is hurting my bags on fire and i don't feel a mind you i eat something i don't know so go. They said we got to do an ultra sale. So they schedule me. And i had to go back to the hospital but before i went back and i discovered that i can eat some chick peas. I said. Let me try. 'cause i was eating harmless awhile ago off about a week ago so i said let me try for just four of them and i eat like another four and then i'm crying one day. I'm thinking jesus. God thank you. Because i had an eight in days five days anybody out to used to having something like i said that you used to have but you can have no more like food. We take so much for granted. John luby's so much for granted from sorry. Your head pause. Real quick almost got syria. Down when i did but we take so much great. Couldn't have just like yes. Oh my gosh. I can t eat some chick. Peas was the best thing i can. 'have i got down to almost a key into chick peas and your normal glycemic. Have you been listening to me. And human checking just j. app and everything i've done some things about hypoglycaemia. That's low blood sugar. So daddy china get my sugar to be stable going through all of this and i'm by myself trying to handle some of this stuff okay. China put these things out there. Because everybody can't stay with me all the time you still got to go on with their life they still got it is that they do build. Gotta get paid drinks like okay so i got handle this among meanness and i'm okay. They sent me back to the hospital right to about the fourth trip so go back to the hospital. The fourth time of are seen one allergist. Seeing several doctors go back and he also son of my billy wright and he do artists on my lower antimony because they wanted to rule out that pregnant on my tubes they said you know we got okay. Call me justice. Sandra day in day out there trying to help my pieces. Okay so they go ahead and do this right. And when judy ultrasound you come back and he goes okay. We got a couple of things not a whole time. I've got to say his blow. Work is perfect. No spike in that no net and i had a little bit of low stuff. They brought that up. But it is remarkable. Because i'm getting my blower air day. Okay anybody else. You have to get stuff done now every day that you want. Use it on your life. It's just different all good about a week ago but not me back. I got started. I big right so they do not competitive talking to me. So you're not pregnant youtube good but you've got some other stuff going on you know any. Tell me four things that i got going on but the main thing is that. Tell me i have a mess. A mess one in inside like we're my lopion sued or kind of you. Know all you females the about get the fibers. He gives himself. You know just regular stuff you know. So i won't worry about types. Did you know but you know they said one. Was i four meters and and he said you got dismays this two point five centimeters roughly and you need to go now to have this. Mri done you know because you don't know what the mass is. this just touches j. Like i said it was all good about a week ago. I had this reaction turns to this reaction and then it caused me to have all this stuff and now hypol- rasmus walkie smell. I can't go into the store. Can't be around nobody. Nobody can cook anything. I can't eat on a loss altogether. Total a maybe about fourteen pounds. Look to just like. I already lost seventy five working outdoors. I had to do though by needs a loser as the fourteen now. I'm looking skinny right. Oh gosh so. I didn't panic i. So you know. My god is lawson guy. He reigns more got this. But i gotta put this out there. Somebody somebody lead this testimony as one sure this is for somebody not just me. Okay i got shot right like like i'll let you all know laws which are going through to what you're going through. You might think you go through something but you have no idea that else's life just changed or you might be in something your life just playing just change and you might actually need to hear that someone else's life to change too so i got to put the pieces for you baby so now we fast forward so today i go see another outages right and he put everything into perspective. But there's a couple of things. Now that i gotta make shouldn't do that. Do not do anybody out there to somewhere. You gotta make sure that you've got to do what it is that you do that you do that you do. I mean it was all good about a week about a week ago. We could go. We could go. It was cool. You was schilling. You was doing this that you do that you do that. You send him like good shot. You listening grew i love you know but everything strange so they told me you gotta make some changes. We got do series and all these types. We won't get down to push wrong and he talked to me for about two hours because his that seriousness family and their families and their two courses is not. It's not a game. Okay hey about the going for something. We whole life has changed. We're now you know it's not a game you gotta readjust everything. Look that's what. I'm going through to a monthly. Which is what they tell me is now got hit baby food at a us baby formula not the food to actual formula. I gotta do that for little bit. Some body starts getting straight baby food. The formula we're babies drink hypo allergenic series of shots and things like that. My will rise mizuho one often office. Because while i'm an allergist office something happened somebody walked by and i got a streaming sick like almost threw up on your doctor because data's walked by. Okay that's how bad it is but they tell me you know while i'm here do you know you got to readjust your life and talking to my children. He said you know you're gonna have to readjust. Don't get mad at mommy and you know my family and tell them you know everything has to change just four one and so my immune system and everything to have one on comes down because now it's like fire and things going on anybody out there for one we action now. Everything is to confer. i mean. sometimes you know you could paint a perfect picture and nobody knows but like deep down inside of what you got going on a home. Everything's out of control. Let me. I can't wash my face. I can't do this. I can't control any of this. It's all in god's hands. That's what i wanted to you. That's what i was saying. This is what is a whole story was about. I just want you to know that no matter what you go through dead sin. God's hey it's in his hands you can't control everything with things out of control some you just got to fall back and do what it is the to do baby and be strong regardless so if you out there you go on through this rough and you taking that you got audit stuff going on this into the story again or repeat just so you know it ain't temping you know just as j just put it out the or if you out there going through and is similar to what i just told you. Everything has changed you one thing after another and now you've got to change your whole life. You can't do nothing that used to do about a week ago but you still got function. You gotta put it out the pieces phone. You gotta be mother or father was sister or brother a boyfriend or husband regardless if you get medical treatment regardless of you can't eat regardless it. Nobody can cook anything. Gals if you can't even go into the store okay and you got tested. All these things are coming back but in the middle of all these amazing things happening like y'all got just such as pieces. Fitness company is amazing. I got the justice center cannabis. Line is doing so amazing so many new things are coming out with the oil stuff at these cartridges to so much make movies kitchen. Even though my food has been altered now. I get to show your how to eat differently and things like that. I mean my faith in god was being tested and is be tested now. When i'm becoming stronger. I just want to tell you if you out there to anything you gotta have faith in god because i just touch the baby. I can't eat one thing was smell. One thing and going to shock have to stick myself with the pen. Okay do you understand when you stick yourself with that. How bad debt is. I can literally pass away if that's what god wants but it's just such a baby. I believe he's got be put this thing out the piece of y'all got a nice long life put whatever it is and i'm going through now. I'm letting him understand that. That's what you guys say. Hey johnny depp work to you know playing around but sometimes he has to bring things to you and people to you to change. Certain things to rearrange her things so other people can get those pieces. And that's why. I'm putting a story out there for your 'cause i want you to understand. I want you to know that the predicament that you're in right now. It all define your destiny check out the td. Jakes police shop. Td jakes listener okay. Check out the td. Jakes believe man. You just gotta believe that no matter what your current situation is if it gets worse and worse and worse and is something happening over and over and over and over and over again and you face starts to doubt and you start to not to believe remember remember you can do all things through the law. Who strengthens you do price. You can do all things. No matter how hard it is no matter. How many people aren't there are. Sometimes you just got himself. You gotta be strong through it. You gotta keep going so my mom told me today. We don't quit. We keep going. So that's what i want you to do. Trust god don't quit and keep going. Okay now look. That was the message. It was a little bit of an emotional rollercoaster. I got choked up a couple of times right. But still i got to tell you. Have you got any pieces like that. It's going to be okay could have asked get through it. You can get to and if you think your life is bad and you realize that it's not understand. Be crazy. Fool me thankful. I can't even have flowers on while of roses. I can't have flowers. i can't taste food. i can't go into the store and you buy the socializes with became perfume. Can't do anything no smells no nothing after. Watch everything okay. Don't take for granted enjoy love. 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Caught Offside: EPL recap & Copa Libertadores chaos

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Caught Offside: EPL recap & Copa Libertadores chaos

"I think smoking always affected my daily life because I was a closet smoker. It really sort of controlled my entire day. My boss is the one that recommended jewel. So I decided to give it a try. You don't get any of the odor of smoking. There's no ash all over your car. I would say give it a try get the flavor and satisfaction of smoking without the mess of cigarette. Asher lingering odor. Switch to Joel check OJ dot com slash sports. If you don't smoke Vate don't start warning. This product contains nicotine nicotine is an addictive chemical. Caught off side with Edry gully. Thank JJ Davani. Yes. Caught side, but the Upper West side of Manhattan, anti gun l'an and JJ defendant. We are back. Thanksgiving holiday. What's up, man? I'm up -solutely frazzled after this weekend. This was just a crazy weekend. Thanksgiving is supposed to be a time of I suppose, quite reflection and lockney. But this was just I don't know. I felt like why it reflection. I feel like thanksgiving is just like tons of people in your house, but like food everywhere, but the ideas ideas, you reflecting your thankful, you're with family. It's a little bit. I guess peaceful in some sense. But I didn't find that at all being plugged into the Irish soccer job. And all that entailed over the weekend. With the appointment of new manager. Mick McCarthy are not a new manager an old one meanwhile being in a bar while the whole River Plate Boca Juniors Coppola opened the doors fires- went down. Oh so much happened. Yeah. I'm curious to hear your experience about that. We'll get to that a little bit later on in the show. We'll also talk Tim Vickery one of the one of the world's authorities on South American football from ESPN the BBC. He will join us as well to explain the precedent to this to explain. Just how common things like this are because I think all of our eyes are wide open right now is to just like what in the hell is going on there. And Tim I'm curious to hear what he says in terms of just like is this new or is this just another day only the Americans in the River Plate bar were clutching their mice dos. The bus got holes in it. Oh, those poor people in that is what we sound like, you know. But like the river play it fines were very much. Okay. But is the game still going on? Yeah. Also, I should teas that last week. We had a rat from Lukoil we had a rat from Jesse lindgaard this week. It's another a former Manchester United player and a owns star. Who will unveil his rap on will most likely launch a segment for our next podcast. Our next podcast. Yeah. Later, this is the holiday special. It will be in that we need some time. Okay. We need some time. But JJ boy, oh, boy, we begin we begin with this. Hey, guys, Sean, he's isolated at the moment. Working against. Cini Pasco, Gino. You can see. Are low white on NBC great call from Arlo. I thought as a matter of fact, excellent Tottenham defeating Chelsea in London Darby three one is the final sons goal there made it three nil in the fifty fifth minute. The route was on. And I guess this is the performance from Spurs that we've kind of been waiting to see I mean you, and I have talked on this podcast that even in their their most positive of spells throughout the course of the season. And there have been many they've continued to rack up points and win at a rate that they haven't before in the primarily, but we hadn't really gotten this yet, even the Manchester United three no win at Old Trafford. Didn't look like that wasn't as fatty, and the only thing that I can think of is Pasha Tino through whatever work. He was able to do the pieces that he had they managed to get by and continue winning which is a thing that we talk about all the time that, you know, even when you don't have your best just keep getting points and keep getting points because at some point. You're gonna hit form. And when you do kick on Tottenham, they don't usually do that like in the past you'll get Tottenham that they lose. When maybe it could have been a draw draw when it could. Well, this time they were able to get draws. And when they might have been losses or wins when they might have been draws. And I think what I look at now is there are reasons for things and their excuses for things I don't like talking about injuries. As a reason that team is struggling because every team deals with injuries. And I it doesn't seem like a fair thing to lean on for clubs struggles. But you know, look at Todd they were missing deli for a huge portion of the season. They were missing Christian Erickson for a huge portion of the season son was away with the South Korean under twenty three's. And when he came back he was not himself and it took a while. Kane similarly after the World Cup wasn't himself. But like now, they're all back deli scored a goal Erickson set up a couple, and was brilliant. Cain scored a goal. Son scored one of the goals of the season. So far. Now, they're all back, and it feels like they're all clicking. And you wonder is this the game where it's like, okay. Tottenham of two years ago Tottenham three years ago even taught him for much of last season. Here we go there back, and maybe Spurs actually are going to be a part of this title race props. Daniel story prior to the game. He said when Tottenham click only Manchester City have a higher ceiling of single game performance, which is huge now is that's readily. That's high praise and I don't I don't if I were a Liverpool supporter, which how the enough we're switching roles here. I might feel slightly offend. Yeah. I thought Liverpool last season in that context. But it was prescient going into this game opt to Joel then came up with this. There are London diabetes. Andrew, and they are always huge games. Twenty two cents. Murchio Partena took charge in two thousand fourteen Tottenham of one more Premier League Linden Darby games than any other site bragging rights spars are. I guess you're right about peaking right now. Because they did have that interrupted start to the season. Even though it was a record setting start to the season like a way watt for they didn't seem themselves home to Liverpool. They certainly didn't seem themselves. There was fatigue. A now it all kind of came together in this moment in the first game after the international break where they were just rampant and honestly Chelsea had little or no answer. Now, I will admit I only saw the first half. I was on my way out the door to go to turn Williamsburg for the Copa Libertadores final. And I knew it'd be a packed house. There wanted to get ready, but from the minute hiree Cain phys that shot and Davidge. Lease did his best to get out of the way. And also onsite Kappa. I knew it wasn't going to be good for Chelsea eight was getting away from them big style on onto down after what seventeen or eighteen minutes, or whatever it was. There was no comeback for Chelsea and Spurs were. Rampant. Unknowns goal was that was that. I mean the cherry on the cake. But did you know that that was only gonna be devolution his second worst moment of the day? I don't know if I have to repeat myself on people who listen to the podcast. They know very well I have faith in him. When he is pulled out even the slightest bit out of position he will be exposed a guy on Twitter, I joined the arsenal game where he sorry, excuse me. The Man United game where he came out of the center on misconduct Denning goes Martin and and United score. And he told me, oh, it's a systems failure to neither of those attempts at tackling were systems failure at the weekend. No word their problems in the way. Chelsea are said, yes, I would for one thing that it's time to stop the experiment of trying to turn can't into an attacking midfielder and bring him back to where he is best. I'm not saying he can't be good attacking player. He's such a diligent worker that he can. But he is best sweeping and cleaning. And inter. Setting. And in the position he's in right now, he can't do that. And give genius some head those are the systems failures. But yeah. They were not set up to compete with this team. And what a performance by by your guys. Yeah. It really was. I think you hit on kind of the interesting thing from Chelsea's perspective, and that is Murchio sorry, and his I guess loyalty towards Georgina who looked for much of the season we have viewed as a very good player and is a good player. But but at what point is he neutralizing what goal Kante can bring to your side. But but he's going to have to rethink it. He's going to have to find a way to to to us. Get the best out of both of them a Nacho for the positions as dramatic has happened Konta has been the fall has been the fall guy in terms of your going to be asked to do something new. We saw at the weekend that your genial. Can't do can't does. So you've got to find a way to get them back into what he was doing. What we only need to see Georgina scrambling attempt. No dabid Louise was was the sideshow. Bob standing on the rake almost literally almost literally in terms of of the sun gold. But did you see Georgina kind of grappling trying to? Get anything on sown as he breathes past him. Like it's in the primary league. It's too dynamic position to just have genial on his own there. He needs. How also one of our listeners who seems to be very very honest Chelsea fan. Sorry, Alexis realistically, speaking chessy of went on beaten freighting games, but they have been narrow avoiding defeats are scraping for a win the change in style will take time. However, the dead wood must be removed as Quetta Lewis billion. Lonzo are only playing based on reputations on not in on all of that. But I would say he makes a good point in terms of remember that we read out about really good chances. That's the technical term. Remember, we read all the ones that the top sides never pulled a non city, it'd be like an expected goals on. No, it's beyond that. It's like. It's the strongest type of chance that you should. All right. Yeah. That's conceded. So man city only gave up so many over the period of the first ten games ever pulled chances was like why it was like ridiculous. That's right. I do remember huge. And we saw that against Liverpool. How many times they they conceded chances that we're of the of the nature that the opposition should definitely score. So this was in the mail. This was common. It was in the post. It was a package that was going to arrive at arrived at Wembley for Chelsea. And now sorry has to earn his corn and think of another way to win. Yeah. The only thing before we move onto Manchester United and Crystal Palace. The only thing that I would ask of fellow Spurs fans 'cause they've got a big game now mid week against Inter Milan. In the Champions League should Tottenham lose that. Which is possible. It's certainly possible can there please not be a freak out? Can we please keep snow measured rational approach to the season? I feel like Tottenham fans. Are not allowing themselves to enjoy what is happening the Premier League because the Champions League hasn't gone the way that they've wanted and because of off field issues the stadium debacle Hugo reece's DUI everything that happened in the transfer window like all of these kind of borderline irrelevant neg- negative stories are impacting the enjoyment that people should be having over what this season has been so far. They may I still don't I I don't think Tottenham are advancing in the Champions League. It would stunned me whether it be inter- or whether it be them going to Barcelona in the final game. So like don't allow that to cloud the way you feel about certainly the team as a whole, but Pasha Tino you and I were talking before we started recording. And there are just like every time they lose a couple of games. It feels like there's this automatic need to freak out. And I'm not I'm done with that. I'm not having it. It's almost as if you've got to match troops in the boys don't street in north London. The levels of hysteria. When arsenal used to lose game. Let's not be that. Yeah. Be more measured. Yeah. Andrew appealing to the football fan to be measured is probably the empty assed fighting a losing bath, the empty is called arms ever. It's never going to happen. Let's see Manchester United and Crystal Palace, nil nil. It goes can I say something we're not going to do a tone on this. Because what is there left to say that we haven't said already well. The manager continues to speak. Yes. He does. Here's what Josie Merano said after the match about I I guess there's no other way to put it other than his team. Not wanting it enough that we should also blame yourselves for for the result because we stopped really well, and we we did the most difficult thing apart of score but not enough in density, not enough desire. So I think we played the game like one mocking. And I don't think the game is one more game. I think is a game that we really need to win. And my feeling is that was not enough was not enough from the heart. You must play it with grain. We must play with also with hearts, and I think not enough heart. It's such a damning indictment of group of professionals in the lexicon of sporting terms in America. What would devastate a fan base more than for a player or manager of prominence on your team to say, we didn't show heart think thinking something? Well, it's not just a damning indictment on on the team. Here's the problem for Marino. Whether he realizes it or not it's also a damning indictment of him. You know, we talk all the time about players who play for their manager. So if he's talking about this club at home not able to play with heart. Well, I'm sorry. Like, so are you absolved of this like you can't get your team up to a level that they wanna play and fight for what even if it's not for you for the fans for themselves. Join join can inspire anything in them anymore that like what he said there. You know, a lot of what Marino says is blamed affliction. He's always sure like when I heard that. I was like, that's that's on you, buddy. He also spent last week naming shaming four or five of the players. In the United squad the younger players who he doesn't feel are up to par. Unreal Ferdinand took issue with this on BT sport. But when you get comments come out of club and a press conference an interview done during the week worries Hummer and four or five of the young players at the club sign that mentality. Accenture Ryan what you expect you expect to have the players on who you expect. Golden the minute my mind and just having remained the public again. That's the facts of it that that stuff doesn't work anymore. It might work for a small percentage of players who really need dot to dressing-down publicly. Like, it's a last resort. You often see in sport. But generally doesn't work. And I think if you if you if you as a manager can't manage it in house and on the training field. If your team is coming out, and they don't show heart our brand as Marino says, that's a preparation issue. That's that's a you problem and this team of stop land from I saw Luke Shaw come out and said, look you need to have thick skin. If you're gonna play for this guy, and who would know that better than him because he's been on the receiving end of so much. But but not all players are the same capsule can't be a catch all. And also, I've no doubt we over the last few years have been so many books released about Alex, Ferguson and his methods by former players Ryan Giggs sport has spoken Roy Keane at length about Fergus methods, but it was all in house Andrew for the most part. It was in house now, by the way, I don't wanna sound like myself. I don't wanna speak for you necessarily. But I don't wanna sound like I'm absolving these players and just putting all this Marino. Marino may be telling the truth in saying that a lot of these players are not playing with the heart needed to succeed on this level. Like he knows these guys better than us. He sees them day in day out. He he knows. Their attitudes. And he may very well be right. And if that is true, I can understand why he'd be frustrated. I don't know if he has gone about it the best way in rectifying it. But that is certainly frustrating. That's embarrassing. You played for Manchester United. They they were just revealed as the in terms of what players make per player what they make on that team. These guys make more than any team on earth. Any sport like basketball football, whatever, you know, Manchester United players make the most like play with a little bit of pride for, you know, no understand that like people are paying a lot of money to come watch you. But here's the thing. And it's probably what we're dancing around. It's not hard. It's not brand the manager sets them open a way in which he can't get the best out of this team. And that's a part of it. And here's the dire straits there in already. We're not no in the end of November football three six five wrote this and this is pretty stack. If it wasn't a tall order ready before the weekend. The. Dyer nil nil. Draw home to palace on Saturday means that Marino, must inspire his men to do something that has never been achieved. In the last two decades make up seven point deficit after a third of the season thirteen games to finish in the top four. You you. You can't see it you. You just got the top four right now is just so far beyond what United are capable of producing our what this managers capable of getting out of them. One hundred percent one other issue with this like we mentioned this was at home. And I saw an interesting quote from Roy Hodgson. Manager for Crystal Palace. And something tells well, I'm curious for your thoughts on it. Here's what he said. He said they're seventy five thousand people who are used to watching a very good team. Referring to the United play with very good players that has enormous strengthened depth bringing on Alexis Sanchez. Marcus rash, marijuana Delaney. That tells you a lot especially when people like mkaku Mata lindgaard started. So they started what they thought was their best eleven and then brought those guys on and the atmosphere. The fact that so much has been done over the years here to make Manchester United what Manchester United are not is ever going to come here without a certain fear factor. Do you buy that do think that there is still a fear factor for clubs who go to Old Trafford and played this United team? No, I don't either who's gone a not. And he is so right that there was one. Yeah. It used to be the worst place United how to bad result on the Wednesday in the Champions League. And you had to play them on the Sunday. It used to be just a fearsome place because there was always that backlash. It's not that anymore. I mean, look I'm not saying that being that since. It's probably not being that sense since I left. Yeah. There's been no real stretch. Where like you have the occasional performance where United will will turn the tables particular Marino, like beating Chelsea at on beating Liverpool at Old Trafford. But even in those performances, it wasn't like the barnstorming kind of football. We expect it was a very tactical negative one niller to performance. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know how they fix this. And we said before the season we set Christmas as the over under for Marino. And he would be United. Yeah. But I think that. It's going to take a catastrophic incident in the Champions League to get them to get rid of this guy because I'm not sure they know what they want to do next. And I'm not sure they have the football intelligence in in the boardroom level to plan their way out of this. The idea was what that is a bleak outlook. Honestly, the idea was they come in. They bring in Marino, and they win instantly within the first two seasons. And that happened only to the smallest extent in terms of a League Cup on Europa league. And I don't know if I'd Woodward is the guy to go the motor this. Well, if certain names should suddenly become available, then the conversation could change quickly. Like, if we find out all the sudden that's Don pulls a one eighty and is now ready to manage again and United are ready to to pay him. In addition to whatever by out of Marino, there is then the conversation changes very quickly. Yeah. But that's where we're at. Yeah. Or big Sam at the rate that it said low blow that's terrible, by the way. He does think that he should get that job. I'm sure he does one more for you in the primarily Fulham in the win column. What are you know, run area shows up the probably going to win the league? Now, they beat Southampton. Three to and Claudia's rain is off to a flying start. I will say that. There is no way after one game that the problems have been solved because they conceded some bad goals at the weekend team that doesn't really score right? Exactly. To to a wretched side. Who have only one win and thirteen but I will say this Mitch looked just fantastic. This was a performance of classic center forward. Play the likes of which I haven't seen in a while. Now again, it's so damn thin. They're bad. I get it. But Andrew what a statement. You just may was I don't think we see the modern are the old school, bulky centre forward who holds it up kinda got a fat hours. Who can you know, try Dany? Who's got? All right. You just name when I was gonna say there's not money of who can spin off, and creating there's not many of them. And also I saw him make sprint that. I haven't seen him do for longtime Ranieri's got Mitch of its sprint. And by the way, to winning goal was just oh soul. Well, taken the little volley the punt volley into the corner. I taught the way they linked up on the attack and play is just awesome. But there is no way. You can tell me they're any better at the back yet. No, certainly not yet. Now, the one thing that I would be encouraged by is Ryan sesame who set up a couple of the goals over the weekend. I'm sure has been good. I think he's been fairly consistently good in a bad team until you've got that. And you've got Mitch Lincoln in with them. No one's good. But sesame on is the one with the hype and the promise who was so good as just like threw teenager in the championship. And they for whatever reason had not been able to unlock that so far this season in the Premier League. Maybe people were worried that he's just too small for it. Just. Not ready for it on. Maybe maybe he was just a big deal at the championship level. Right. But he still so incredibly young any of those conclusions would have been way too premature to make and maybe run areas. The right guy to tap into the the potential that is in there and start to get it out of him because we hadn't seen it yet. All started to see it this weekend. Yeah, you're right. And a lot was foisted on him on a young age people were saying he should have been brought to the European championships based on how well he played in the excuse me brought to the World Cup based on how we will how Ellie played in the in the championship, which was a crazy thing. There's a lot of pressure on them. Yeah. When things aren't going well at the back. It doesn't matter you he was in a poor side. Defensively dot is still the area than to prove full still bottom right now. Eight point three teams at the bottom, but Fulham Cardiff h have two wins. Did you know JJ that there is just one club in the Premier League that has but one win do you know who that be the team with only one win Huddersfield? No, no, no you. Southampton. Oh, oh, yeah. I was setting. Are you gonna wrote it on the sorry one? Yes. Sorry, excuse me, David Wagner, who had a very good win, by the way in terms of getting points wolves. Yeah. This is we're here. We are again with Mark Hughes that that very small bump that they got last season which kept them afloat in the Premier League. I mean, surely, it's only a matter of time for Mark you. Yeah. The football is wretched. They're conceding there. Again. The great problem struggling to score a low of the two of the weekend from from strong. We're pretty impressive goals. Just we always said that it would catch up with them this policy of just allowing anyone to leave because you have this belief in your system to replenish talent. And it did work longer than probably a lot of people thought that it would. I also also appointing Mark us. I know he's the he is now in the pew lesean aller de and mode of firefighting manager that comes in Pardew, Ian, that's a little bit unfair because he had stoke as a really solid mid table. They were what they finished tenth for three straight years. I mean for Stoke City do have been doing that. I think that's a little bit harsh. Mark us to say that he's one of these guys who will get you set to finish seventeenth. I don't know man his his CV's underwhelming when you take it in the in the totality QPR Fulham. Yeah. Not for me. Let's see lot happened outside of England as well over the weekend, which actually leads us right into what very well might be your new favorite segment. It's is is this all rate on the. Was the principal? What is French for JJ? Well, I'll tell you what it is. No win six entering the game. But finally on regrets. His Wayne one way to fellow strugglers can with Falco bending home a beautiful free kick the captain Falco for only his fifth goal of the season. This time last year. He had thirteen gold. Wow. So quite a fall off from him, Monaco or nineteenth? Yeah. This was. I mean if they didn't win this game. I'm by the way, I caught the highlights can had some really good chances if they had lost this game or even drawing this game. You are beginning to question. Maybe still we will question in the future the appointment of teary Anri bought. He's got his first three points. Does this mean they kick on what's the French for kick on them right as well have ever off the table? Look we've talked about the. Like the talent is there. Maybe once they're out of Europe because they're going to finish bottom in their group. So Europa league won't be an issue. It will be out of the Champions League. Maybe that will then allow them to focus solely on league. But. Yeah. Up to this point. It's hasn't been great. No. But you know, like, I said you talk about the talent that was there. This was the frontline. So you had Nassar Chadli FICO Gulligan, deep Bennasar Taylor men's in midfield. Like, they're not short of quality. That's what I'm saying. No always in there. So this really is a referendum on this. This period is a referendum on. How much is learned on her Martinez? That belch. Belgium did just fine at the World Cup. Thank you very much. How dare you that was so unfair. I don't even know what to say about that. So we'll move to Spain. Where you talk about talented teams that are struggling JD Real Madrid's lost to Eibar three nil. By the way. Did you see the highlights of that? It wasn't even close. It could have been like five six seven, Dan Thomas tweeted during it on, you know, Dan, he is not prone type early. He said this should be six new. Yeah. And I listed out some of the quality pairs Monaco have to call on. This was the front three for Ilna driven this game. Essential Benza unveil moderate in behind my. There is no excuse for these performances. It's shocking. It really is on. We've got under the new manager. We've got to let this breathe a little bit longer. But I don't know with the amount of money available to Real Madrid. You. You'd wonder if it's just time to clean house JJ a whole new generation of galactica lls. I mean, look they still do have great players there for whatever reason it's just not working right now. And maybe some of that is learning to play without Rinaldo, but Rommedahl score twenty goals this season that is to put that in perspective. That's the same number that LeVine Levada have scored. It's three fewer than what Celta Vigo who are currently fifteenth in the league have scored. How do you explain this? What I'm sorry. It can't just be the Rinaldo left now. And you see them get bodied like the halftime score when they played in Seville three Ninh who are you Real Madrid Seville, by the way, who are now top of the table through thirteen games. They're not saying like the like you Seville are bad team. They're honestly they're very good site. But you know, Real Madrid is. It's crazy. It's absolutely crazy. I think they'll be relegated. Oh, the his heartache considering. They are still six, but relegation, nevertheless. Yes. Aveer top right now, Barcelona Athletico our next in line at second and third. They played out to a one one draw in a pretty dull may well. I guess maybe an exciting finish look for all for everything. People want to say about damn Bella. He does score timely goals. And he got the equaliser for them against athleti. I'm I don't know, man. I'm very curious at how this is gonna plow because there are names at the top of the table that we are just not accustomed to seeing at this point in the season rate. I'm delighted oh, yeah. It's it's a great thing for the league. And for fans of the league. I would think it severe Barcelona Athletico Alvis is fourth then Espanol and then row Madrid Rommedahl in sixth. Let's see we're going to take a very quick break. So don't go anywhere. We'll be right back. We got a little bit of MLS to talk because the first leg of the conference finals are in the books and. We promised him victory. Will join us to tell us just what in the hell is happening in the Copa Libertadores final. We'll be right back. Ito? Those blink motion activated security cameras you hoped would go on sale. Just did is the blink black Friday cyber Monday sale with huge savings now through Monday. Blink cameras are motion activated when they detect someone snooping around you get an alert on your smartphone with an HD clip and blinks live feet option. Let you monitor your home pets and package deliveries. Visit blinkprotect dot com slash radio. That's blinkprotect dot com slash radio or hit Amazon and search blink camera. Collected. I. Second. Peaking blinders. Obama Yang's goal is called by Peter Drury lots of listeners wanted to contact us to let us know what is the link here JJ Emory in order to help his English and also for the pure entertainment of grit television, watches peaky blinders he revealed, and so be was one of money this nurse who contacted me and said, he must listen to the podcast. How else would have discovered the Birmingham based mob drama? It's really the only way it's the only way. So as I am now going to start speaking like a Birmingham accent. Oh, he's gonna put the team sheet up in the hotel prior to the game. And he's then going to shout the team down the hallway to all the players. So they can have by all the line. Just just like that. So you had asked me before the show when peaky blinders will return. Yeah. Let's see. But return means returns to BBC. Meaning we don't get it till the new year it's switching from BBC two BBC one that that's a big move, by the way, I keep seeing two thousand nineteen which obviously we would assume that it started filming on September seventeenth only spring of two thousand nineteen on BBC one. What does that mean for net? Netflix does net. Flicks have to wait. Yeah. I think so don't know just why can't you ever say? I don't know. Well, Netflix queue k it'll be shown on the BBC. It won't be. It'll probably be dumped all in one big lump on us in the United States as per usual. It's this pride in you that you just can't I don't know. That's the point. But some said it was going to be out this December who said that stood only started filming in September. How long does it take to Birmingham base mob drama from the nineteen twenties? Probably more than three months this. My guess, you don't know the. Editing JJ, there's many hours of editing and extras and things and such MLS the conference finals first legs in the books. And I think what we saw in Atlanta on Sunday evening is one of the more surprising things that I can remember in the playoffs. I'm not saying that we you know, haven't seen big scorelines before. But it was it just flew in the face. A of the fact that the red bulls where the higher seeded team and set the points record this season. Even though Atlanta were right there with them. I think most people look at as a wash. But it was just so to the contrary of what we have come to know this red bull's team to be and just scanning. You know, every website today from listening to pundits at ESPN FC to reading stuff at molest soccer dot com. It is unanimous. Everyone is looking at that game. And just thinking what were they doing? Right. They decided to abandon their DNA. I actually hit terms like the, but they are true. We know what they do. Well, they have a a pressing game where they create a tone of chances by doing what winning the ball in the opposition's half and breaking in linking in scoring goals. And they decided for some reason despite all the evidence suggests this is the successful way for them to play to abandon it to sit deep to isolate their striker and pretty much castrate themselves as an attacking force. So descriptive. Yeah. And the thing even beyond that like you say like the pressure the ball and win possession back adventitious positions. But even in like this advocates positions when they're back defending the amount of time that Loretta what's head on the ball to Joseph Martinez for the first goal the third goal, which almost feels like it sealed. This you know, Escobar's just given all day to kind of move up move up. Nobody is closing out on him. I don't know. It was it was really troubling almost to see. Now, I tweeted during the game that if you are going to be defensive kind of hold out do no damage and come back and win it in. In higher than what you need to do is be good at that game plan. So they were bad at the game plan that they came in with which was to be defensive because they gave up three goals like for example, Joseph Martinez opener. This guy should be on your radar with every half step. He takes joined the game. You have to know where he is. And somehow he was completely lost by Parker and the ball falls right between the finishes sublime perfect finish. But that's what he does. But you've got to be site on man-to-man touch tight marking him there. You can't just add him drift drifting behind you. I know. But like I said, and you always point this out to you know, that that began before Tim Parker low you're so right low pressure on the random, why would you not pressure? I don't know. I don't know. Here's Taylor twelve and and Adrian Healey talking about the three no loss for the rebels. I'm just a little shot. I'm stunned because this team has just been so good throughout the regular season in playing a certain way. But. But for the viewers at home often when we get the car on the way to the stadium. We go round on the car and we've got Mark Connolly agent. Healy myself in today, Sebastian we say what kind of results you see men single one of us saw this except you you had an inkling this game. Could maybe go this way. I thought you were out of your coconut reality was he often thanks to. But at Lanta has this capability, I just didn't think against the near rebels which stands out for me. And like one is quite honestly, not what Atlanta United did the New York rebels did and how they came at this game and looked at it. I'm just shocked and stunned that they did it this way high breast mine tension, they become a ripple straight Mont get. Yes. Saving the absolute time. So perplexing. Well, Chris Armas told pro soccer USA, don't worry. I'm not out of my coconut. We will score the first goal and the rest will follow. We will come out a little bit differently with the energy and the fight that is going to be needed. It is pretty clear what is needed to be done. We're going to go home. I'm we're going to get it done. All right. I mean, not started strong and for rebelled fans who are hanging onto the idea that well, that's exactly what we did against Columbus. Albeit the deficit was different. You just can't compare Columbus's potency and the potency of Atlanta. So you're going to come out all guns blazing. Against Atlante the United like you should it on in the first game on yet. There's going to be space in behind for the pace of Martinez. A number on on Grassle McGregor destroyed them times. Well, the second goal that he set up what a run he made. Yeah. And really prescient an intelligent ball. Can't see it. I see it. It's asking a lot for the rebels to score three against them. It's asking even more to ask Atlanta. United to not score. I guess it's all ordway. Look, it's never it's also never been done. Not is ever come back from three opening leg defeat in MLS history. The you're not just coming back from you know, a deficit you're coming back from a deficit. That's never been bested account. See meanwhile out west it's all up for grabs as they head back to Kansas City for the second leg, nil nil. No one gets on the board warm poor hor via fine. Yeah. I mean he like started his goal celebration. Like in the first ten minutes off the inside of the post, and it was a it was actually a lovely strike. He started to just wheel away. And then he threw his hands up on his head. He couldn't below this. He was gone. He was in celebrate every mode that said, I would I would tend to agree with Giovanni savvy as these view that they shaded the game on should have scored that said Russell missed aid for guy who's had such a season. I thought I'd see the net polish, and that was a real chance that would have been what away goal and going back to children's mercy pack. I wouldn't have fancied the timbers. Yeah. Yeah. That was definitely a missed opportunity, but Portland actually did score until VAR got involved and. Told them now. No, you didn't. Yeah. Envir-? We should mention Vira got involved on Bradley wright-phillips to which was I think the correct call that rule, man. Definitely unsighted Gazon. Yeah. I think it was the right call on those. So it's I guess finally poised in one of the ties, and it's going to take an epic comeback in the other one. Yeah. It doesn't make the red bulls. Atlanta match any less interesting. Like, I'm curious to see if the rebels have it in them to do what Chris Armas says they're going to do MAC fish kin who is a big rebel fan on Twitter. And he's the host of the seeing red podcast. He put out a thread that was just so disconsolate about the result about what it will mean. For attendance at red bull arena on Thursday night. And just the constant repetitive gut punch as he described it of losing like this in the playoffs. It does hurt the team. And he also feels that in our market. It hurts their kind of I suppose traction, they'd people will see. Them lose on market radio forces won't on radio on media forces won't be bothered with them in New York, which is not good. Let's see Tim victory and just a sec. 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I'm going to do that before you definitely do before we get to Tim Vickery. This was breaking news, Paul Tenorio of the Atlantic. Columbus Crew and MLS finalizing transferred to send Zach Stephan to Manchester City for between seven and ten million per multiple sources. Yeah. I think he needs a move because the last few games that I've seen in playing in MLS. I he's made a few errors. I so what happens now, he's loaned out. Right. What do you mean? Oh, yeah. To be loaned out. Well, yeah. That's where you hope. He's a good level and his development continues because he's got all the tools, height agility. Wow. Strength. So you know, that's a good source as well. And Oreo how about that? All right. Interesting. Good for sex deafen. He's onto Europe. I assume which is unless he's loaned right back to Columbus. Push. Will be weird. I don't thank you think about that. That would be CF g owning a player in MLS. That is not NYC. Right. But is not their farm team. They I mean, the one in the same as I mean, I don't know. I don't know what you mean. By that. I'm saying like are NYC FC. They're just to be the minor league club for Manchester City. I don't think we should go down this road. Let's see Copa Libertadores JJ. You mentioned you were at River Plate bar over the weekend expecting to see the second leg. Yeah. And what you saw. Instead was nothing. Nothing FOX deport has doing a great job of talking about nothing worried anxious faces smashed windows on buses wrenching. Sick injured polka players in the dressing room on the worried design of Carlos Tavares and also in the meanwhile, all in the background River Plate fines in the bar in Williamsburg, just having a grand old time. It was all pretty embarrassing. I think you'd have to say, yes, shocking. The showcase event in this competition's history to now be. Be clouded the way that it is like this should have been epic, you know, memorable final between two of the great clubs and the greatest rivalry arguably in the sport chore, and instead none of that's all out the window now, like the the the script is written as to how this will be remembered. Yeah. And prominent journalists from our side of the gold were all there you had Miguel Delaney. You had ROY Smith of New York Times. This was big big news. And they tweeted to the English speaking world who were really invested in this game. Probably for the first time because we dip in dip in dip when whenever there's a story. Right. So that did huge damage as well. They really did everyone was talking about and and the farce the lack of organization the kind of also the craving -ness of CONMEBOL to try and make sure this game went ahead on Saturday. It basically took teve is on sky. Go to come out and said, we're we're not in a fit state to play embarrassing embarrassing. Still so many questions about this had happened who's to blame for what happens next. I'll tell you what Tim Vickery is really one of the thirties in the world on South American football from ESPN the BBC and in a busy time. He is kind enough to give us a few minutes right now. Tim what's up, man? How are you? Lovey to kick the ball around for a few minutes slipped capable round of it movement at W weekend. Yeah. I mean, you know, we essentially have the base knowledge of everything that went down there. Can you just sort of describe the level of chaos from your perspective and your experience? I mean, you've covered this for certainly longer than we have was this like, even by your standards, just like, wow, beyond precedent or anything. You've really seen before the game is on president as the biggest guy in the history of club in South America. It's the biggest guy high-stakes between the two principal rivals of of the consonants. Attracting global audience alike of which clubs never had. So you're folding from a from a very high place. Unfortunately, in the slightest surprised that we have problems not actual you have many good things about culture. You have many many things not only an excessive misdirected passion, but also criminal conspiracy criminal organization a gangs will living respectively teases. One of the things that living from black market tickets sales. I'd always see what about this. The it was a full chain to be writing black market ticket sales the police to crack down on these activities. And I think that's what led to the reprisal. We've what happened the attack them on the coach of Boca genius stadium. Now that surprise me. In the slightest two things surprised me a little bit firstly the incompetence of the police relation to get the book of junior team buff, their it's bicyc-, I think to the cooled and all streets uninsured. It a rival get close enough to do something like that. So I understand why precautions what followed the the head of security minister, security and independence. The thing that surprises me disappoints. Me greatly is the food with which regional you wife regional Konta Kathy clueless. If you like. The. Desperate to try and show that we eight. On the Saturday. It was clear Lello an Al before you'll kickoff time. The game could not possibly take place shooting possibly take place. I and yet we kept on having these delays on assaults at the time may be being charitable hat's. What was going on? There was they were trying to keep the crowd in decoy smokescreen to get the book genius team out to the stadium before announcing the cancellation older suspension. But it's clear that that's not what was going on. They really wanted to go ahead. So we had the the delay of one L an extra twenty minutes fifty eight so on top of that. And then some twenty minutes off to even that time when the referees warming up the pitch, it'd be might ready. Finally, we had the announcement from the clubs from an agreement from the clubs that this would not take place and be the most points in thing of all I think probably finish. The thing is the medical bulletin that was issued but comfortable medical stuff saying the injury suffered. I book genius ties with me attack with superficial. I wouldn't anyway prevent the game from going ahead. So that that the debt of the comparable efforts to prevent the game from going to ahead surprising, even to me, and very very disappointing to me yet him we were in a Brooklyn River Plate buyer that was full of of River Plate FRANZ at the atmosphere. Was unbelievable. And it wasn't really until. I saw the worried faces of television gaggle coming on Fox Sports to to to kind of to say why this game can't go ahead that I realized that it wasn't going to go ahead. And how important do you think it was to have a senior presence kind of conic presence? Like Carlos have is kind of telling we're not doing this. The players aren't right to play. Yes. Clearly that that was impotent, and he might the point that that will be they'll be Fulst to to play really didn't want to play the credit to the club spree. Fli full coming to a gentlemen's agreement that the game shouldn't. However. Pretty quickly broke down and his thinking that gentleman's agreements because it was one of the reasons probably took so long very. Very carefully. Would there are two things gentleman's agreement bit. So that come to the tension. Wanting to says that the the bus was hit by a stone, a one son one if assignment Spanish so that that seems to be minimizing the it's it's not a major instant that if if the bus was hit by one and the other is that that gentleman very clear choice to establish what happened took place outside the security perimeter around the stadium. Now, that's clearly those that would clearly been done very very carefully in an in an attempt to bulks in Boca genius. That Boca Juniors return. The next day. What they do that is removed the ground full book to mica protest now here, obviously, you know, what happened in twenty fifteen when the science in a much earlier stage in the doors. Book studium? Plays might day white back onto the field time coming flights tunnel, which is X. Protect them book of fine. Many white through that unplug. Pepe sprite. Applies. Condition to continue with the game. Take out of the competition that year the wording of that gentleman's agreements on the fact that I was designed to try avoid book going pipe. So base points full. They had a guy on Sunday. Then what book wants the president has gone away from that little bubble and he's on people. And he's. Balka fans the position of bucket changes. Deepak then becomes an option ended the book up strategy, then becomes a double one. They became the cabbie there of equality of conditions. Now, what that means is that the guy in call go ahead until all of the play is who affect heat buddy have recovered. The main one here is the cat team the midfield who suffered injury from the broken gloss. And he went off again to hospital on the Sunday. Temporarily sixty percent division in that on a temporary situation, and he really shouldn't play a risk of infection. If he did play at boxers River Plate find told him told him that. So that's the medical points play. Now that means a guy in Congo head because we don't have the equality of conditions. But the other thing then Booker pushing full we call have a game and sealed quality of conditions, which also means they time for River Plate to be judged full the action of their fines, and there's a there's a whole raw bean potential punishments that River Plate could could be handed out. I'm going I may warning to disqualification from the competition. So that that's what book would doing coin. So the the quo was temporarily suspended on Saturday between the the blood Tweedle dum and Tweedle. Dee. But it was the old rivalry was well back on a gain on the Sunday. And the we now move to the offices and the courtroom disciplinary committee there in Coney Bill. To decide whether this kind of the second will go ahead where on the what conditions Tim last one for me. I know you said this goes now to the courtroom, and you are by no means judge and jury on this. But in your opinion, what is the likely outcome here? I mean, we're we're hearing things about this game being played behind closed doors. What what is the likely outcome for this? Well, I think desperate four games ago ahead their commercial reasons for this. You know that sell the lights all over the world. So my my son suspicion will be river will not be disqualified. The justification will be the bulk would disqualify but in twenty fifteen four events that happened in scientist idee undigested during the game. What would replace was outside the the the perimeter zone, and is the responsibility as well. As road riba finds the responsibility of incompetent police relation. So on those grounds the the punishment river clearly will face some kind of punishment. But I think the punishments. He's unlikely to be disqualification from the the competition River Plate he's had him go. Hey, Inness stadium. With with a full public. I wouldn't be too. Sure. As to that. I think river probably full for two dead that they want to that even being suggestions of jewelry and today because reportedly announced its witness to the game one of the time it did they were time difficulties because game it cannot take place next weekend audience because the twenty. I know we see that has my security, and so that really leaves the weekend afterwards because it's going to be out in time full the champion to go to the Arab Emirates to represent South America in the club, welcome. They also in action on the eighteenth of December. I actually think a. I don't think it would be about idea to Oldham to to to the the you're not. I remember the day a wife from being signed precious of one of his that far as I'm concerned, some people would regard that. But I see that. I think there's some common sense in in that solution because some commonsense solution it happen. Before you go. Tim one last month from me on North America right now, I think this has been the the biggest most I suppose widespread contact with South American football that a lot of soccer fans have had here. And there was lots of clutching Pyros on Saturday. Not amongst River Plate fans who are pretty nonplussed about this whole scenario. They were only annoyed that the game was called off. But regular folks like me who dip and dip out of South American football where we're shocked by this. You've view know this game inside out in South America. How regular is this claimed of not maybe this level of violence, but how regular is violence in the game on matchdays on the continent. Extremely regular extremely regular almost almost run of the mill huge. And what I would say a football in. United States is coming. Because you look a seat in South American football Akon seats, many positive elements of change agents. She's gonna come from one. Possible hug puffing keys is more cooperation between South America. And I'm the CONCACAF region. They're all synergies there. I think because football in South America is not club football is really not in a good way. Not going into good Bill reaction. Buff has credibility and tradition. Football in your positive world. I think it has been moving in the right direction. You know, you've consolidated. Very strong, very interesting league in king in in Mexico. But what's lacking, even in Mexico, which alone football interdiction? But. On tradition and credibility. Of come to the conclusion of of I come around to this. Oh. But more cooperation, I think is the food because those finishes they meet folk perfectly. No, there have been attempts to get Champions League full the America's up and going and that one's into problems it runs in especially appropriate distance the distances involved, a huge, you know, just the distance between Mexico City. Other than that between London remember cities, India. So you put up to Seattle Toronto. And soap of that, you know on a home in a white by. I think there are serious problems on that basis. I think they're all real possibilities for cooperation. Maybe let's hope for in in the limited-overs. It's helpful in the CONCACAF Champions League. I'm not the calendar is already very very close it and something would have to give you know, what if it happened? But I think that Israel potential. Potential. I think in that kind of tournaments in a home in a white thing striking hold America's because of the because of the distance in both oh, bringing 'em LA and Mexico into the limited-overs because that would be a complete treason all the countries in coca Kathy really don't deserve that, you know, votes as well. So having some kind of tournament between side itself four of Concha, Catherine culpable allows both to retain this separate identities. But also to have some kind of the benefits of each other the benefit financial, and they're also incomes of credibility on much and what it would do to a an MLS club. So win trophy like this up against the best of Mexico. The best of South America as well credit? But it's a football in you'll pasta world and the financial spin-offs imparts even. Spinoffs Becca governments would think perhaps they wanted to full full in South America. So that that's the that's a nice shiny looking at among one step at a time. We're still waiting for an MLS clubs win Kaka CAF Champions League. Let alone the liberty doors. Yeah. But we this could be an American foreign policy. We could all get behind. Yes. Absolutely. Well, Tim, this is fascinating. Obviously the whole world is watching how this is gonna play out. And we appreciate you giving us some time here to to fill us. Thanks, man. About our thanks to Tim Vickery. That is jarring to hear him say that football violence is still not just prevalent, but very prevalent in that part of the world and beyond. What even we remember from the nineteen eighties in in Britain where we thought that was disaster of it. This is this is a criminal enterprise. He suggested unbelievable. Yeah. Ugly situation will will keep an eye on it for sure because it's far from resolved. We'll do we got a podcast later in this week. We'll recap both the Champions League MLS conference finals second legs. We'll do our mailbag there. So we fast forward right to this red card you like to go first. Yes, Memphis pie. So last week in the podcast featured the botched rapid tempt of one Rahman Lukashenko. It wasn't good. But this is worse much worse for different reasons. Once. The time young player hoped dream to scoring a goal in the Cup. Final. Andrew maybe a World Cup. Final the adulation of thousands in stadium. Well, now, it's a little bit different to celebrate five million Instagram followers, one time rapper Memphis pie. He dusted off his mic dressed like a lamp, you might find in a burlesque house took to social media to release this freestyle. But million. Eight double up. Going by. Bible nation. Ply. Only life is what I. But. Check us the humble bottom next. Five men. Perez young king liberal, lavish Beckley seven they've been waiting for hats. Ahead. Jay. What? Like, I million followers dates. Oh, you guys we got to a freestyle. Wow. So basically what I'm taking from this is mean you have got to do a rap battle now. We have to will get generic. We've got the gear to do it. Right. What gear? We know. We've got to get my gear. All right. Let's battle. Yeah. Well, no, it's not gonna be like. We've actually got the you know, the equipment to do. A rap battle people say it's going to be cringing with on a worrying. We're gonna give you chills it's going to be so bad. So you expect me to wrap when I can't even do wrong PL back more. Like, what are you trying to do to me? Don't forget that was nineteen eighty s version of a white guy trying to wrap Billy Joel who must have been sixty at the time. Anyway, when he when he sang that song, we've had Eminem sense. We'll discuss we'll know. It's happening. Can't we do David Bowie Bing Crosby with soccer lyrics? We still have to do that for everyone. But we in the next few weeks. We're going to drop the rap battle. It's going to be Andrew versus JJ. And you're you guys are gonna get to vote on it on. I'm going to dress like Memphis, the whole thing. Nice. All right. I'm in by the way, it's bad. What Memphis did? Because like why was this is very lame. It is I don't actually the drive like he's driving to the. Final drop in the nation's league. Like at least he's giving the nation's the some love because he has been good in it. Yeah. He didn't give Leon any love. He filmed it in Paris. The I know I've tower in the back Leon is crucial to his rehabilitation as a really good player. Yeah. I don't think he's terrible. But the lyrics alerts are he's he's got he's got some kind of flow. Definitely you don't wanna see me flex. Then. Why are you on my Instagram? Don't forget he was debate. And given up soccer ROY before he became famous before PSE and everything to do this. So we're we're glad that he kind of went. You are a bully your first class bully. Let's see my red card. Oh, JJ Diego Maradona. So he I guess just to set the scene of what about to play for you. He was being interviewed at a league match and division two. Let's be honest. Okay. And so he was basically asked for his take on the quality of league AmEx? Here. Here's his response. If you even want to call it that Makino Cosby stood them in mass and football league. I make the Premera, Sean. Lots of survival Secombe Makino gal. Eliya? Make is. Do you? Remember, do you? Remember, there's two things that come to mind with this. You remember the character says being retired for no good reason on family guy? He was the posh Massachusetts guy or maybe road posh Rhode Island person. He was James Al bottom tooth. I think that's what was called. Oh. Are it reminds me of when they take the quail lose on wolf of Wall Street and diamond Donnie as off is trying to say it Steve Madden and the kids speak. Steve mad. He couldn't they didn't ask him to say a word the couldn't fake it. You couldn't just give a stock answer while the Spanish like, oh, well this leak is is a great league. And it's been around for many years. It's prominent I I love what he couldn't say anyth-. He could only say this. I asked him. The question must have been like did. I just ask the world's most difficult quest. Producer must've needed to assure him afterwards that was not in any way, shape or form difficult. Wasn't occurs. Board own believable. Now Meyer, Donna has a well documented history with substances cocaine be one of are you implying nothing. I'm not I'm just suggesting that may be he's I don't know. I don't want to do that. But I can't explain we know people in this industry who have what we call me. He pauses between their answers. This is hardly that. So you ask an you ask a question. Oh, what do you think of the strength of of league mex-? And they'll start like that. And even then you might really rice, this is beyond me. He pausing if they had asked him his thoughts on the theory of relativity. And he answered that way. I would've said do better than that. But this was just saying what do you think of the quality of this league? Wow. Caught off sides man of the match. What he got Luton Town. Luton Town have refused. More than five hundred thousand pounds from gambling companies as they do not feel comfortable being sponsored by them says chief executive Gary sweet as reported by the BBC nearly sixty percent of clubs in England's top two divisions promote gambling firms on the shirts, but the board league one side Luton have repeatedly turned on similar short and stadium sponsorship offers we don't want to promote excessive gambling behavior through our support base on our player sweet said, I don't think I'm going to be fired because I'm turning down that kind of income from our board because together. Are we all think I'm believe the same things as part of our principles? Now, I think the horses bolted on gambling in English football you need to look at the team charts. You only need to look at what Burnley did when joy Barton was banned for gambling on games that his team were involved with and he had to it per maturity ended his career. He was still starting for Bernie at that point. That was in April that then the following August, they renamed a stand a turf moor after Ladbrokes. You know? So like football's kind of tone deaf on the problems that this issue causes on look sponsorship Onis important, especially down the league's. So when a league won't outfit like Luton who not so long ago where nonleague. Returned out money because they're worried about gambling. I think it's you know, it's a noble stance to take I like that. My man of the match Jay is under any esta in an interview with low Sexto TV any to really opened up about his battles with depression, which I was previously unaware of in two thousand sixteen he authored an autobiography where he referenced maybe doing something as he termed crazy in a desperate moment. So in this interview with low Sexto he was pressed on that, and whether it meant possibly taking his own life here is what any s to said. He said, yes, you're talking about a very extreme situation. Not because I want to do it or even thought of doing it. But because you're not yourself. I know that when you're very vulnerable it's difficult to control moments and things happen in moments in seconds their decisions that you make because you're not well, I was in treatment during some time with Barsa psychologist in pig. I will always remember that had an appointment at four PM. And I was so desperate for it. That I would arrive at three forty five. It all started after winning the trouble. Oh with Barsa. That's summer. You score the goal against Chelsea in the Champions League. You win the Champions League win three trophies and unbelievable year. And then comes the summer you start feeling down. There's something wrong with you. But you don't know what it is. And you start started internal process thinking, you feel bad. But you don't know why you have some tests and everything is fine. But you don't feel well and you enter a loop in which you end up feeling very empty. And then there was what happened with Jan Danny jar K who you remember was one of the closest friends who died of heart failure. I remember that we came back from that preseason one afternoon. I was at home, and I felt really bad a call Dr Puna I told him that or we do something or I don't know what's going to happen. I was not myself and that same afternoon, we went to training ground, and I said to him I need help. I need something I need something. Because otherwise I won't get out of the slump. I wanted to get the nighttime. So that I could take a pill and sleep JD. This is one of those things where I believe awareness matters and high profile awareness, really matters. So seeing someone like any s to speak so openly about it. I believe sends a mess. Albeit a small one. But a message on the last to those who struggle with depression. It's okay to be open about it. It's okay to address it under sin yesterday wasn't too proud to seek help. So if you're struggling with depression, you shouldn't be either that was pretty powerful from him. I I was not aware of any of that. And it's usually something you hear about that happens when a player's career is over. I remember a Jason McAteer talked about his depression when he finished his career because his life had been going to training matches for twenty years. And then when it was all over he didn't know what to do with himself, and he got huge depressed. He he took to the bath. He would go. He he said he would have bought he would just sit in the bath. I would as this depression washed over him. And he he told about having three or four bats day. He would sit there and the emptiness in the silence awfully depressed. And he didn't know that's what he was failing. So Gril Chopa YouTube to bring awareness to it. And by the way, it's not just football. I'm not anymore. Within a change of life. That can this can happen to you. And I don't think men talk about it at all. So maybe the fact that someone as successful in his field and so- recognizable. When he talks about maybe can help men. We've all got problems. That's for show know what's going on in somebody's life. Yeah. Definitely. But but talking is the way out. Yeah. So there you go. We did a lot of talking on this podcast, my friend meaty podcast, but we're not gonna have another one Friday morning. So we can get all the MLS and Champions League action in. Yeah. 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Jay Larson

"This episode is brought to you by the nba. From the squeak of shoes on the hardwood to the tips of their fingers. It's mesmerizing game of jaw-dropping downs heartbreaking blocks and mind-blowing steals. it's the most fantastic athletes in the world. Who make your heart beat out of your chest and make you want to jump into the screen and be right on the court with them. That's the nba. That's game don't miss the nba playoffs going on now stuck. A pin annual spoke wanted spa. Everybody welcome to another episode of view from the cheap seats where randy and i dive. Deep into the world of sports the world that was and is this week We have a great guests on the show today. Not just because he's a friend not just because he's hilarious but because he as a producer he's done a lot of work for the golf channel and what a week. We had where the oldest player ever win a major tournament. Phil mickelson at fifty. Almost fifty one wins the pga championship pj championship and the masters and the us open. I think are probably the biggest. When i think of the biggest and some might say the british rated show to the you look through the majors. It's like the grand slam tennis and you are judged by how many majors you've won. Obviously that was the thing the tiger was chasing with. Jack nicklaus tiger. Has i believe sixteen in jack nicklaus says i think eighteen we can look that up but It was what he was chasing if you ask him. Member that interview that famous interview is like what do you want. You want to win. One hundred match hundred of hundred tournaments yeah or eighteen or whatever he said an and without flinching tigers at eighteen. So that tells you on the inside what it means. First of all is the first time that phil phil one the pj before but in two thousand and five so sixteen years between winning tigris fifteen majors he has fifteen okay. And so i. I don't know what jack has. Jack might have sixteen or he has eighteen. Maybe enough eighteen but the idea that you eighteen. So the majors are an infill. Now has six. You know you look back into me if you wanna put fill in a in a tennis context you know what i mean. Because there's roger federer there's rothen dow there is you know i mean sampras and jokic but like i feel like joe google's jovovich i feel like mickelson is like agassi k. Agassi want he has a career grand slam. And he's one. I believe eight majors right. So he's not setting records and in a time where there wasn't the greatest of all time. You might be saying this guy is one of the best ever to play but you have to look at the span of his career. he did. I mean look he was. He has not finished above their nine tournaments this year that he's played in and he's missed the cut in four of 'em so about half the tournaments he's played in. He's missed the cut at believe he's like one hundred thirteenth one hundred fifteen th ranked player. Nobody thought he was going to win. I mean take step aside from the fact that you know he he is jenny off a great great rising star who was on his tail. It wasn't like he was playing a depleted field right. So i mean again brooks kept. Gaza champion himself knows how to win. Knows how to run people down in knows how to win this us one two. Pj championship himself. So you know the idea that. Like you know phil. He definitely won this championship on his own. And against all odds and at a time where they're just now getting galleries back and that end was just unreal. So we'll get we'll talk about that in quick hits and we'll talk about it all with j. larsen but before we get to j Wanna talk about one thing that's happening as we as we barrel into the nba. Playoffs lebron james. When out ignored nba cova protocols went to an event with drake. I get it. He's got a really big team. Needs some really big rings Income with no strings and he's An apparently is coming with no strings. Lebron james lebron goes out to an event for a tequila brand tequila because yes nothing says to kill more than lebron james. Yeah i can't even imagine that guy even taking one shot of tequila so you know. It's the tequila that his family grew up making in all those years from to get the lebrons mom. So lebron lebron calm lebron's ma to keep. It should be called. Do you know high am tequila. That would be the best so he so he goes out to an event he. Oh he's a part owner in this tequila brand drake's there other people there hanging out having fun and it gets out that he was there and the nba now is stuck in a situation. Because what do you do if you're the nba. Technically you know if this was alex caruso out there the guy would have been find. The guy would have been putting landed or put into this call around covid protocols meaning. You can't play for ten to days. I mean look what happened. To a louis harris lavar kerris laverne lou williams last year. I mean last year was a different situation we are we are vaccinated and whatnot so it might be a little. Do you. Don't even know if lebron is vaccinated. We don't tell us specifically went on the air and and you know when he had a real chance to get people to get vaccinated and he said that's a decision between me and my family. Fine i'm okay with that that your honest opinion but we all know that if more people get vaccinated we can go back to being the world that were in the party. How badly do you wanna go to your tequila party. Lebron tell people to get vaccinated like it's it is but he there are different rules. Remember the jordan rules. There are different rules for lebron. Because if you take out lebron first of all the lakers are down there down right now. They're not in their series as we're recording this so you take out lebron. They have way less of a chance of beating a very good phoenix. Suns team that iraq that now has in my opinion a little bit of the upper hand so and so so if you take lebron out for the series you might not have lebron in the playoffs. That's definitely you bad jaded. But i think that's gotta be in the thinking right. So why didn't they. But why did they find him. You know what i mean. That's the thing it's like the nba could have done something. Yes they would have gotten great because they're like if it's any other player they're going to covid protocol but why didn't they find him. You've gotta it least said it. That like the that this guy has to answer. You aren't one player is not bigger than the entire. Look the argument. Is anyone who is allowed to be in that event had to be vaccinated and show proof of vaccination and all that stuff but again that's not an nba sanctioned event. This is not. we're in the playoffs. Man were in the playoffs so he should have been fined. I mean he should have been no players bigger than the entire league. I definitely agree with that. And i feel now. Nba sending the message that he is bigger than the league. He's bigger than league. He's bigger than the rules. And it's too dangerous precedent and the nba is so often makes the right call and we give them credit when they make the right call. We give them credit when they show feels like the china thing where they're like at. Don't don't upset china because it's a huge market and you say don't upset. Don't pull lebron from the playoffs because that'll hurt our bottom line and you just understand. In this moment the nba gets exposed for being what it is which is a business and you thought to yourself. Well they're making so much money any way that like maybe they can make the right decision here as opposed to like literally making all about business. But that's what it is. It's a business and what i would say in a business sense to lebron is dude. Throw this tequila party in july. Why do you have to do it now in also. Why do you have to be there. Make video that says. Hey lebron james here. I'm in the playoffs right now. I love this tequila. I drink it all the time. I drink it at halftime of every single game. Like lie your face off but like just don't be. They're like respect the rules. He respects so much of the game. Lebron that like in this moment it was to me a misstep and he should be punished for it and he's not which is not a good thing because you can't have a certain set of rules for one player and not for everybody else all right. That's our top take We've got to get into this. Because jay larson is here. We're gonna talk golf and get deep into what this means super interesting. Because i think it's in the larger context of guys like tom brady winning a super bowl in his mid forties early forties. You as a quarterback and serena williams winning tournaments and still playing into our late thirties you know. There's there's a new type of athlete based on equipment based on trade is fitness. And all that stuff that we're going to start to see some of these champions winning later in life. And i actually think that's a good thing for the sport or maybe it's not i don't know we'll get into it with j larsen right after the break. Jane are married And you know. I will say this. The lot more time was spent on figuring out my wife's wedding band than mine and that was fine. But i never really examined it and until i until we got in contact with this sponsor which i love more than anything of course. I'm talking about manley bands. You think about a woman's ring. It's cut clarity carat color you name it for us. It's not so much i think. Put this put this washer over your finger. 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And we get to talk to this gentleman about it. j larson the brilliant. The funny the gulf knowledgeable. Welcome to the show sir. What's up boys. Glad to be here. I mean can you. Did you watch it this weekend this past weekend. Well i mean yeah you know we do the show on it so i have to like keep up on some of it When you say we do the show pleased to. I know what you mean but please tell our fans what you mean. So i run. The writer's room direct all the sketches for the connor more show on gulf pass and i directed the whole series of golf road. Trip with james davis amazing so i'm engulfed in the golf world. You're golfed i'll guide you got to before i did. That should be the neighbors of a show. Starring j larsen engulfs engulfed. I mean it is so peaceful to watch golf on the week but this one was so. You're watching this one. And was there a moment on sunday when like bill was at minus eight. And you're just like he could like double but you know he's not a machine like he could think about how he cheated on his wife when she had cancer or you know he could think about that kind of it was proven like have like think about all the bad investments in the insider trading. That happened him. And mike literally lose its buckets for a whole for a shock. Go in the water water everywhere and You know suddenly brooks koepka. Who by the way. I like with him. He's a little fatter. Brooks cat is a little fatter. And i liked him when he's a little better. I don't want look like josh. Brolin is thanos. I was a little fatter. can i say please. I didn't know that i was coming onto a film. Nicholson bashing odd casts. Hey man bashing actually think what he did was amazing. But i think you've gotta tell the full story of the guy you know what i mean. Yes so while you know. What i think is yeah. Mickelson's been known to choke on short putts like in majors so young new when nicholson's going in to the final round. So you guys remember when. Who was it. Tom watson was fifty nine and he was leading. He lost on the eighteenth hole. The us open the usc. Loose herring. british minister padres harrington. Is that who we lost to. Maybe which by the way however you season There were just powder harrington was fourth in this in the piano but he steps up for majors that guy. I know Wait so what did you. I'm looking up tom watson. how many majors. He was fifty nine and he was like minus two and then he show any needed. The putt any choked on like a five footer. Right randy who has golfed guy on and then doesn't say how many majors anyway instead of. Just how many majors did Tom watson men. I think you want either seven or nine okay. I'm gonna tell you in a second but in the meantime so he wants so achievements and awards. pga tour. i think hold on all you do is google. This is great radio. Yea go ahead. Go ahead j. No so so. I mean it's no small task from two guys who are forty nine looking at a guy who's fifty plus i mean that's the thing. Athletes are always. They seem older than they are like. Shock to me is like sixty. Meanwhile he's our age Just because they're in the public eye for so long phil mickelson has been on our radar for twenty five years thirty years. Yes so you know. When we know that when i i don't know when phil mickelson watson has eight eight. He's won. The british open masters championship rope. British open masters again. Us open the end british show when the And five times was the. Us open with the one. We jumped in the lake. I can't remember maybe. So he want eight nicklaus one eighteen. So you're always going to be in that dude shadow but phil mickelson. Now has six so. Let's start to put him. In first of all it is enormous that he won the pga championship in two and five and now sixteen years later he wins it in in twenty twenty one. That is what what can we attribute that to. I mean he he did. Take that picture on. Brady bro that i'm asking brady. Have you seen any interviews. Nicholson hosts winning. No please let me sum this up. One i love how attrition phil mickelson is and how humble he is to have one and he's not taking it lightly that he won which is so cool especially the perfect foil for the ending of this was brooks koepka. Who's a raging. Dupes junior douche. I mean he is just. Have you seen that out. He's thirty clip. Going where we're bryson. D shambo walking behind him and brooks can't do his interview. Because i can't even stand the idea of the shambhu be anywhere near him like a shambles. Gigantic forearms being anywhere in the shot. Just a wild i mean. I'm not like a huge the shambo fan. I do think how he constantly challenges a game. That's been around for centuries and finds new ways to approach is very cool but anyway I think mickelson did is unbelievable. I think that. I think that we're going to the conversation. Will forever be nicholas. Is arnold palmer as tiger as mickelson. Because nicholson while forget go. Look how many toward a who's the best in the world right now. Would you say i would say dustin. Johnson and johnson has won twenty less tournaments than phil mickelson at nikola. So one so this is what they say. Engulf insiders in. I want to get your insight here. Because i feel like you've been around golf insiders a lot more than we have. I think people said that phil mickelson was the most talented golfer to ever. He just kind of was he didn't have like the tigers mom to an earl woods to push him to be that he was like no most talented do did tigers dad pushing our little bit. I mean it depends like inbetween having sex with women in the camera while he was chip right off the green. Yeah yeah i mean yes he was yes no no doubt like dude just just the pure. They had like identity when when he did hit until the water. The nicholson on. What was that eleven or twelve right down the stretch. So he's in the water in two drops three hits four and puts it to like six feet of each like. That is where normally mickelson would falter. Like that little thing would break. He didn't have that mental stability. But i spotted those post the post round. He said he in his later years. He said he hasn't had the ability to stay focused for seventy two hole and guys. I know i've played with both of you. You guys have enough time keeping it under wraps for several decades so true that is so true. I'll have a great home. And i'm like this is my day and then hold to it all falls apart and then i'm like what are we having for lunch. But he's he's to me. What was fascinating was that he talked about using meditation and you could see him. Like pre holes taking breaths certainly before that lash shot on eighteen. When you know the whole galleries behind him and we'll get into that they can't for small. Nobody took a shot at kept knee. Can we just at all say that like nobody was like. Let's take kept as needed him. Saying yeah i think somebody stopping short of being like someone tried to put a mob hit out of my knee. I was was jeff guy in the crowd. Watch what you say about. Nancy drew my hometown. Ready for my own She is but you know what i'm saying like yes. Well that's that goes to show kept his Like first of all. It's amazing personal kept ca said before this before the pga championship. I think earlier in the week. I don't practice at all. He does not practice for any tournament until the major. It's just so that it's just so horrible to all these other guys that are grinding working our asses off. He just like now. I don't need to and then he's in the post and being like a real a real winner when they're talking about. What was it like when that crowd erupted was engulfed. You would've been like it was amazing. Never been a part of something like that and to see it. Happening for bill was just overwhelming. Be cool but no he made about himself and then he then he said he got dinged and then he said people were trying to ding. He's you're not brooks kept five years. Now he's gone and five. He's got. He's got to less majors than phil. And i guess as to which i guess i guess what is interesting and and again i think brooks koepka hits a very straight ball. He hit his ball is very straight. Hits it very far so like that. That's what he's got going for him so you can always win if you hit the ball straight. If you're just hitting it straight in your in your clear of trouble you can always win. But i think like your again. Seeing the talent that phil mickelson was gifted by some source. You know that's what allows you to win a tournament at age. Fifty i mean brooks also works hard. You know what. I mean. I get it first of all. You can hit it far and straight right. But his putting was trash dude. Full fill have the longest drive of the whole tournament. I know on the last last second sixty six or whatever. He had three sixty eight inch and his approach. It that to me is the difference in in the games. His approach shots and is chipping sideline. Twenty in is what actually covers. Up is bad putting and that's allowed him to win terms because you're like when this guy he just has the touch with the wedges and puts it close to the whole you know he doesn't have to make twenty nine foot putts jordan speak can make jordan spieth. Doesn't have the approach shots of phil mickelson. But then he'll make like three or four. Seventy was jimmy admins. Okay jimmy edmonds was famous for like making and he'll say this the over the shoulder diving catch. Well guess what he'll be like. I wasn't fast enough to get to the ball to make routine. He's like i had to do that again. Jordan species thing. It's so much like the nfl to jay. And i know you're a huge nfl fan. But like someone's got make a play. The quarterback pat mahomes has to make a play on third down. You know what. I mean guy make a play on third down won't can't in the in the pga tournament or in a major you if you're up two or three with the field as good as it is right now. You gotta make shots. You can't just like save pars for the last seven holes gotta make you gotta make some shots. Yeah or i mean. And that's the thing though was still going for it but he was. He was conservative but at the same time he knew any. That's what was most impressed. Me is he knew when he needed to go for and when they need to be do that ship out of the sand. He didn't let it was just perfect. And there was another hole where he and brooks almost identical shots and brooks one of the trap and phil put it right next to the hole in his his focus was there. I have a friend recently. That i've been around and talking about meditation. You know what he does like if we're like chatting and he gets to the point where is like he's getting overwhelmed with whatever we're talking about we're talking about working snuff. He goes hold on. Give me a second body sets up my brain. And he'll sit and take a second and then we go back and that's exactly what those pro athletes doing so he was talking about hidden. Brady and i mean you know i. I don't know what they what they talked about what he shared. But i thought it was so cool that he was attributing a lot of Being around braid as i do think it is like that. You gotta make that shot so you say the chip in so like. There's the tiger shot at the masters where he ships it in. It rolls down in it rolls in. There's you know bubble watson's crazy ass hook shot around the tree at the like every chest band belted the british open on eighteen. I mean he was so every single shot was perfect there. Did you see by the juicy. There was an amazing series on netflix. It's called the losers fascinating and interesting but it went deep deep deep into depth about that whole like talk vandevelde. He talked about you know just his experience leading up to that and he had with him and like who was cooking meals for him that entire weekend and to me it's fascinating how many things have to go right in order for you to win a major. Yeah or how easily you can let one thing go wrong and it control you. You know what i mean like. That's what i means. Phil put that one of the water and it's so easy. I mean we know we know in stand up. We just know from being on stage. Yeah a joke. Could take and you know what i'm gonna throw it in. Whatever i'm going to rip. I'll do you know but phil put in the water. This time saw where the ball was and then stuck it. I mean that's crazy that so that shot of sticking it when he needed to is like that's again. This is why we love watching sports. That's what champions are made of like your champion. If you can make that next play you and you deserve it and you are that guy to me watching the crowd. That was insane because normally with golf. You know what you're getting. Except for like the the the waste management championship or like whereas that like amazon in phoenix. That thing where everyone's just going nuts to me. That's like the all the bowling scenes in The fairly brothers movie like we're just people are going berserk so but this is felt. Did this dangerous. That guy who grabbed phil was like when you know like literally almost pulled him over. And you're like wait. There's not enough security around what's going on right here. And then i was like people are holding up strings to keep them off the green. I'm like they're not going to keep the everyone's pushing forward like you know. It's you know like a rolling stones concert. Nineteen seventy eight. Yeah you know what it's first of all it's going to go down as one of the most iconic moments in the history of golf it solidified phil is not just. He's not just the shadow of tire. Got something like this way. If you think tigers not gonna come back to to win a major at fifty one. Your craze wanna beat this but it just did so much for mickelson also someone shared recently back in the day like early. Nineteen hundreds during. Pj events golf events when they would finish. Eighteen people would rush the green to get the ball. It was a part of it. They let it happen. Guys who'd be shaking hands people flooded like that's why i think like to her brooks the not take a moment to realize how special that moment was coming off a pandemic something. We'd never seen in. The history of our lifetime. Galleries weren't there so now they're back. People are back and they're seeing this this fifty year old the oldest guy ever to win a major dominating at one of the toughest courses in the world and it's just spectacular. John daly throw up a plus plus nine on the first day. I think he finished in twenty four overs some grand. He and he chipped in. He chipped away looking like a gigantic patriotic santa claus he shipped one in. And you just like john daly. Mike look maybe he needs instead of tease just to lay down hooters waitresses and put the ball in their mouth so he can drive off of our know that it was a waitress. I think it was just a woman. I was just a woman at a hooters and but it was in the parking lot of a hooters. Are we can. We get confirmation parking lot of a hooters that he hit a ball. Out of someone's mouth does out all time lasting. Everybody jalen in people's mouths he does. I'm serious he. Did it repair unfair. You know he does a lot like for show either way. You know the the thing is like guys are whether as good as phil mickelson. And they're in their prime. They can do that. They can have greatness for seventy two holes but when they're when you're fifty like he said you lose that folks in concentration he pulled it all together and you know was mindful every shot like need to focus every shop eater so funny like bricks kept was such a dick that patrick reed was like. You're acting like an asshole bad. Anti who You get to a certain point like like the all villain team in the all villain. Usa ryder cup team just all our hated cherki dudes. I mean patrick. Reed is not as someone again for super talented. You always see him but like you. Just get the feeling like. He's got no friends on tour that there was an article on him. I think it was in golf digest a month and a half ago and he was saying he's tight with a lot of guys naming them. I just think like alone was he was saying you know. Let's hear it from the other people. I it's like maybe like dude. I love the scarborough years. So tight with us The champion's tour like the old guy tour. You know what i mean. Which by the way. I remember when we were kids. It was like hayler win. Who was like a good golfer. Lewis his own. Hiller we lose his own he'd win like two or he won like three. I wanna say one to us. Open's okay hiller when in his career and then had some top ten finishes but don't remember him like you know i remember ben crenshaw more than i remember hayler when as an actual golfer but once hillerman hit fifty. He started playing on the champions tour like the old guys tour and he would win every single tournament. I mean he's probably one that happens at that happens every time. A guy turns fifty. They go on the they go on the scene Like bill i think he won the first or second event on the senior tour Phil he's one of the few players in history to win three. Us open's become the oldest ever us open champion in nineteen ninety at the age of forty five. who hale irwin. The ad is a senior golfer. Irwin ranks first all time in. Pga tour champions victories. He's got twenty. Pga tour wins. Who second bernard langer is my guess or not lying. You're absolutely brennan langer's like always like in the top. He's on the lawler board at the master's and mike as he shrinks. I can't tell if he's shrinking his putter shaft getting larger. Because right now at this point he it's over his head that he's putting i need bernard your putter is getting longer is what i would say. You're in a trade. What do ya free it is. It is really fascinating but i wonder if this is going to get does doesn't change anything it just know. It just shows that when you're fifty that's like battery cut off from the senior tour and you can still hang in the you know. I love it when guys a plane on the seat. Or i think bill is going to just keep picking and choosing which events he plays senior Pga tour. i think the more interesting thing is he qualified for the. Us open because he wasn't qualified to play before right and have to be an invite only and he had said. I'm not gonna play. They had asked if you get invited. Are you gonna play. And he said he didn't know and ever was like. Yeah you are bro. it's the us. Open your eyes open and he can win porcupines in his hometown. Us open this year. Oh my god as he did say you did in all the post all posted news. He goes listen. This might be the last tournament. I ever went in my life or i might have figured something else to go on a run right so if he wins because he has not one he's won a pga. He's won the british open and he's one astor nassar's so he has not had two masters as he got two masters two or three two or three so he's got six majors but he doesn't have the career slam like like we're saying with agassi. Agassi's got eight majors eight grand slams in tennis and he's got the career slam which is something that people don't do. Don't forget mickelson also has a canadian so i don't factor in where we put that one in the up at tim. Horton j. yeah it is. It is really amazing to watch. There's because there's a certain level of guys who are in the gallery. It's like stand up in a certain way because people are like they see someone would stand up and especially someone who makes it look easy like you watch jay larsen. Do stand up comedy. He is riffing and just makes it look easy and there are people out in the crowd. I could do that. You're like hey man i know. It looks like they're only two steps to get up to that stage but it takes about ten years fifteen years to get to figure out how to walk those steps to get up there so all the dudes in the gallery. Who are like i'm a two handicap. I comply i could do this. I can hit that shot. Here's how would do this near. There is something that like again. You see young. Dudes like brice de shambo. He's really good is pretty good shape. He's worked out of time and can hit at three hundred ninety yards. You say yourself at the old ben can't do it and mickelson just did one for the old guys. The all those guys are like well. Maybe there's a shot he gave everyone. I think you may jamie the best point that like this is if you ever thought at tiger woods is probably going to hang up after this crash. And he's he's not gonna come back. This victory tires only forty four forty five. Yeah forty six. Let's say it takes him two years to get to get back to be healthy again. That's still watching. There's tiger put the green jacket on phil through gritted teeth and vice versa. They hated the hated doing that. You know don't forget to though mickelson was never really injured. Tigers been injured in tongue and fill is now in the best shape of his life like that guy looks awesome and he's using a little goofy. He's been goofy guys have ever seen that time. He was sitting in his last year. He was sitting in like after around. You with the two announcers you now. Yeah like guys. I'm only good at three things and he goes. One is golf ones and ones barbecue. They're like and what's the third he's like and he's basically saying like bach eating. Oh kirker corky weird dune and like he does those amps light commercials tremendous wore like the button down dress shirt to play by register at brooks brothers dress shirt. What are you playing in man like. Did you lose all ninety or stuff made it from the airport. They lost your to know. But he's but he's been a star in this game for three decades yet half at least that's why this is. He has and then the last couple of years needs this time. Been this guy like you. Just like become corky and ben work off endorsements. And that's going to be your thing and to see him. Focus and get in shape. Never he saw sunglasses a year and a half ago. And you're like is this you just you own the sunglasses brady to have this calm. Just come out. there is quitting. Who wearing sunglasses everywhere. Who are you halston folks. The first time ever halston has been referenced on a sports podcast. But yeah i mean and they started showing golf channel yesterday. Seen when he makes that he can make that shot where he hits backwards throws the ball up over his head. It's just like. I heard that when he was growing up he had a green in his backyard but it was a tiny yard so he had like find ways to like chip. And you'd like hit the ball off expense over a tree around stuff and that's how he's just gotten so good at short game and the truth of it is that like your short game can save you every time. So if you're just like and as much as you hate kapka and the the idea that like there was a point at which. He looked like he was falling apart at on my whole seven eight nine in that fine around but he stayed with it. He stayed focused. He stayed there any was right there. When like mickelson was minus six and kept go was minus four. You say to yourself dude. One and bad hole. But let's say middleton three putts on a whole and kept birdies. They're tied now so it's like to be that two strokes away that's that to me is like you're striking distance in the biggest possible way especially with how difficult these holes are now when i play golf. Normally when i'm playing with friends. I am on the side of being having the best score out of the four p. Blind was right us. And i just i never think otherwise. Last week i played with the dude who won the club championship at l. Acc played l. Acc two weeks ago with the champion. This kid was so nasty. The day we played together. He shot a sixty five one and every time he would hit you. I didn't try to but you felt a little pressure because his shot was so good so like seeing them. I never even thought of it before. Not that i'm better than everybody. I just don't play with guys that are like nasty nasty but need to be nasty for me to be like holy shit. This guy's putting his foot on my throat right and so just to be around. Nicholson is that on and kept just to stay within. It is just the end with everybody watching. How could you not. It's like when we're doing stand up and you see someone murder and you're like Earner which come with. Should i go old stuff so i tried this new bit. What should i advocate crowd work. Yeah yeah so true so true. That's so true. All right so future stars. I mean you're seeing the emergence of wills zella taurus. I mean this dude. He's about him justin thomas. He's like a bucket. Torn up a buck twenty. If we're being generous this do but like and again. That's what i love about golf too. I love that there could be a professional golfer in lumpy herron back in the day. I don't know if he could still played at. Aarp is even play today and Then the same time you've got wills l. tours sues like literally Thinner than the golf clubs that are in his back. He could fit in one of the slots in his bag and yet the generates so much torque as he swings he can crush the ball. That's again why love the sport a golf. I'm gonna say i'm gonna give you one name. Tim succumb guys. Yeah offer offer. No but i'm saying like you know it's like i even the thing i do like about golf right now is that there's not going to be another tiger. We got so lucky if you go look Tigers third on the european tour. Winless with forty five wins unreal. That's insane of unreal to win. Eighty two. Pj events he eighty two dj has twenty four. mcelroy has twenty three the best golfers. No we're never going to talk about guys up and coming. That kid mora comma is more cala more accountable. Noah he's a stud yet they're never going to keep. These guys are never gonna come coast. Ram ron is jon. Rahm scraped to stud skip across the water in the hole. In one on the par-three day the masters of the greatest thing i've ever seen in my entire life. He can quit after that. And they're none of these guys are gonna even come close to like what phil we had with filling tiger that fact that we got to watch them both going back and forth. Have you ever seen tailor-made put out this thing. Where they took like they're five offers. It was jason day mcelroy tiger balm at one other guy and they're all like just like hitting shots and different distances and talking and stuff and tiger. Have you seen this clip no Tiger hits a shot right and then he comes back to the group and and mcelroy goes. Now were you. As he's asking day starts asking the same question and says it different like more accurately. Roy goes yea. Like what are you going through there. And then tiger answers. What how he went through everything and jason day just looks goes. Can you ever just answer anything. Like a normal human being and regarding everybody falls out laughing because it's so a mate like his the way he sees the. These are the best golfers in the world and they can't even relate to what tires say. So it's that feeling of women see like a musical genius and they look at piano and they don't see the keys the way we see the keys they see callers they see some so you have to imagine that he looks at the course and it's like a different view than anything we see when i look at a p and i see a box and black and white keys. What movie you don't now. It's good will hunting thank you. How about them apples. Do we need a good boston golfer. Just some guy like just big dude. I can took it out. And i get out. Danielle known understood what i was saying. I know in duct What i do like about the young golfers is that now. We're going to go through time or we are going to time that every week anyone can win more of what i was talking about playing with that kid who won the club championship. He played northwestern and he said he was number six on the team northwestern. Okay so he wendy one six that northwestern which means he probably would make the team in arizona state which means the number one northwestern. It'd be the six hours on a state. The kids all the kids in arizona state. Don't go pro. But they're the best team in the world as college goes Then some of the might make like the korn ferry some might go to the tour and even then they might not. You might never even hear from them. Yeah there was a guy last week one. The the european masters did you see this guy know who he was. His name is richard bland okay. He will the european master. He's forty eight years old. He's it's the first victory he's ever had on the european tour. He's been on tour for twenty four years. A may have a one and we're seeing on the pga tour recently. A couple guys. You've never even heard of winning events. And i think that's what's it's going to be fun but at the same time i think we always want. We always want like a tiger at jordan or kobe. Someone who's gonna lebron who could dominate. Everybody else to see if it just makes the game better you say this the field right and you wanna say. I saw the greatest ever. That's why people love you know that's why there is a certain if you don't have a dog in the race in you do want brady to win for for tampa bay because like i wanna say i saw the greatest player ever to play and i can stack them up against you. Know you're joe. Montana can stack them up against bradshaw. And i can tell them that. You didn't see the best. I saw the best. And you know it's amazing because we talked about the top of the shelf. This whole idea about lebron go into that. Like tequila thing in an event with drake and the nba doesn't even slap on the wrist. Doesn't even do anything again. You're not gonna hear the details of why of what tiger woods. What happened to him in the car crash because the pga doesn't want you to know that stuff like what circumstance surrounding your shooting something. You know this you've worked enough in the business that you have a transportation comes picks you up you. Tiger woods get a limo to drive. Should be driving anywhere. I don't care where you are. you'll end drive. You should be doing his on the on the tebas but like it is amazing. We're not gonna hear anything about it just like we're not gonna hear anything about lebron james and why the nba isn't gonna do anything because if you take him out of the nba playoffs than the whole brand suffers like you said right now. The greatest thing ever that phil mickelson one and guess what we're talking. Tiger woods cannot take that thing lying down. He is going to do everything he can to come back and waited so that he can say. I wanted at an older age. I can be the oldest person ever. Yeah for sure for sure are. Let's take a break. We'll come back. We have some kids. Jay larson's with us fantastic gulf insights on perhaps one of those two story major championships ever phil mickelson winning the pta. This past weekend incredible. We got quick. It's on the other side of break. Newton latter guys rituals get results. You wouldn't skip leg day. Would you know it's the same idea if you want better skin hair and overall health. That's why our good friends at hawthorn have made it easy to build a maintain a personal care ritual. That helps you look and smell and feel bad. If you don't know what. Hawthorne is get on this train right now premium grooming brand. That taylor personal care routine dear i to your unique profile. I you take the quiz. They asked me things all sorts of things. Like a you know what are. 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On tiktok and on twitter and Also watched j larsen standard of a special on youtube Me being me In nominal special anri nominal like Watching a million times watch it rated high. Let's just an n thank us after you watch it okay. Yeah 'cause you're welcome in advance All right let's get into these quits. We talked about. We touched on. Lebron james charles barkley. I love charles. Mark the man he speaks up he speaks up even though the nba's like his boss and he talked said the nba doesn't have the balls to suspend lebron james. And i wanna hear if you what you think about that or whether you think they do. J. no no of course not because at the end of the day he's more he's bigger than the nba. Man thinks gone yet. Andy's the defending champion. You know if if if if they hadn't won in a couple of years. I mean who knows but clearly other guys had been suspended and right now the dislike you know i mean come on whatever. It was a small group. We'll just keep it in house right. It shouldn't kuzma did it. They would give him covert of with the nba jetted into his ball sack. I mean how much the lakers regret holding onto clues. Let let go of ingram and What's his face from new york. They had both of those guys and they had to randall. Oh my god randall. And they decided they were going to let go el-bahna kouzmin right badge. Bad ingram right now. That would be amazing. Ingram on that team would just be incredible. I mean listen. Here's the deal they're not gonna. I think it's time for someone else to win. What's fascinating is that. The warriors out. I watch i watch job mirant play and i say to myself okay. I'm ready for this. Do to take over. I'm ready for a team. Mike memphis to make a deep run. That would just be fascinating truthfully. I'm ready for doc rivers to win again and win with joel embiid and win with philadelphia. I know you hate that as a boston fan. But like i don't ever look doc rivers. I love that. He coaches to the championship with the sea. But that was you know. I i love dock and love to see him with. I don't think it's going to be. I mean who do you think's gonna win the whole thing. So i think i think you're going have it's gonna come down to. Finally the east is so much fun. The east is fascinating. Like i don't know who's gonna win the east. And i think you're going to brooklyn i think oracle at brooklyn and philadelphia's where it comes down to a great northeastern about teams in the northeast. This is where basket the seat of basketball like. This is where boston new york brooklyn philadelphia. Like that's what. I want to see. So i think you're gonna see brooklyn philly and gets come within the nuggets. Come out of the woods and nuggets. They were now way without jamal. Murray using murray. I don't think so. I think they do i to send last night. And i'm i'm like i can tell you who's coming up. I think phoenix scott shot by the by giving jazz. The lakers are gonna come on jazz. I watched the jazz. And i'm like they. You know they need donovan mitchell. When he's not there there are completely different team if he comes back and plays than yeah maybe and i do like like even without him. They have so many bogdonovich they have. You know really go bear. They just have a lot of players jordan. Clarkson those guys like jordan clarkson is say sixth man of the year. But i think that's a guy who he's a lou williams to me in. Turkey makes a difference. He could drop forty five like in a game easy. It is to me super exciting. I'm i'm loving the nba playoffs right now loving it. Because we don't know what's going to happen. It's what we said like but for how many years jay like it's golden state against i. Guess lebron whoever whatever scrubs he's putting together in cleveland that literally was what it was for five. You're straight you say yourself. I think we're saying golf is very exciting. Right now is because you don't know who's gonna win to me not to take it back to golf but like a. Here's a guy who i would love to see. I always root for these guys jordan speeds. Because he seems like the best freaking due to ever and jerry woodland that i love i root for root for rickie fowler. That's a guide. Love's see win. That's a guide love to see win a major kind of step to the next level. You know what i'm saying that. Yeah that's my boy. Ricky's my boy. I love rickie fowler. Great fun guy. But that's the thing. He lives a normal life. He has a very normal life and he's the guy who started spring break with all those that was all ricky starting spring break. They never never gone away on holiday as guys wasted and he was like listen. Joy this world that's why he's ranked one hundred twenty third in the world right now and makes twenty five million dollars a year just on endorsed endorsements because he's a good looking dude and he knows how to zach ephron played golf right zach zach ephron were a flat bill and and the thing is you know he wears a flat bowl like jim. Furic would know a flat bill if it hit him in the face. Jim fl furic curve. His bill is more curved than most. Let his hat. Bill donnas had more more curved than most people that dave matthews concert. All right here we got. Let's let's go to the next door speaking of basketball dominique wilkins. The human highlight film. Now has a low light. And he's claiming that this was a racially charged incident that happened. He was turned away from a restaurant in buckhead in that lanna should he be turned away. Anywhere you're the human highlight. I mean if you turn away. He's gonna do his version of three sixty so he's he's going to have lunch at little. Bit lay bilbo cat. And they countered with the statement this address that was addressed code situation so this is what this is what he said. He said in my many years in the world. I've eaten at some of the greatest restaurants in the world. But never have i felt prejudice have been turned away because of the color of my skin until today in atlanta. All right. that's okay. You got to honor that. If he says it if he feels that he says it and the other thing about it which to me is so interesting is that you got a guy who really isn't iconic in atlanta. Are we just seeing a moment. Reese too far removed from his stardom in atlanta days with trae young shish spike lee. The other night. I don't think anyone even probably knows who nominee is anymore. You know what. I mean just you. To get people are so young. Do people are young. They might not know. Here's like this is what i'm going to say because i'm getting tired of the dress code. Excuse that he's places so tired of it. One atlanta's most diverse. And what i would say like you go to a restaurant atlanta and it's fifty percent black white eating and working. I mean that's diversity to be and it's the i feel. War coleman atlanta than anywhere i've ever been. I think this could be racially charged. Yes you i think dress codes. Have you ever been anywhere in. La with his address. Vote unless you're going something that's white tablecloth. No so whatever it is. I've seen tons of videos online on social media of people being refused to go inside the dress code and then white dude's though in with the same pose and allowed in so do i think that's happening. Yes i do. But i. I don't know i can't take a stand on the way so. They said the restaurants tries to accommodate. Everyone has received complaints from some guests about other's wardrobe choices for that reason as issue. Dave business casual dress code includes jeans and sneakers but prohibits basketball caps and athletic clothing including including sweat pants and tops hockey. Is that what. I think he was and then they said apologize to mr wilkins. This experience at a restaurant also any confusion. Our dress code may have caused why they weren't being confusing. We in no way intended for him to feel unwanted. Welcome in dialogue with him. He's not going to give you an open dialogue. He is definitely not our upscale dining experience. Listen to how corporate this starts to get and our brands culture. What does that mean is made up of multiple elements which includes our music our food and our patrons attire. That's not snob. Doesn't include your patrons attire may continue to strive to manifest our dining experience in a way that is exciting. And more importantly your is you. Let dominique wilkins in there and he windmills in bread into wrote that he was initially told they had no tables before being told that he wasn't dress well enough and he said i guess if there were no tables than why the follow up comment that to meet. Dominique is kind of onto something s onto something. You're like coming up with excuses about the close then. Just say it's about the clothes all don't say we don't have tables and also you're not dressed nice also by the way you just say you have a bunch of sport coats hanging in the thing and you say would you mind putting this on number one and number two you say. Can you take your hat off. Just because we have a dress code please or it's it's a pandemic we're coming out of of a pandemic say everyone's welcome. Everyone is welcome. And then if we have a dress code normally but you know what because we're coming out of the pandemic just in the future. Can you dress a little nicer when you hear that. Would they do to tree. Rollins probably maybe rock robinson. Maybe all right all right the story and this i want to get your take on so the pga has apologized for the fans conduct on the eighteenth hole. Do you think they were out of line. Do you think it was crossed the line. Jay i wanna know your opinion. I mean put it this way. I feel like if something in one of those guys got hurt. It's probably very scary. Billy and said he was a little show by. Yeah i just think it was such a cool moment that liked. I don't think he got outta. I mean i want to say it didn't get out of but i wasn't one of those guys you know what i mean and you forget that like you know there could be a crazy person at any point you know. I don't know i. I think that. Put it this way. I hate that. People have to lock their houses. I think it's just like i love the freedom of not locking my house. Yeah so so. I don't know. I guess. I guess they need to do a better job. It's too bad. i love that. They got so close and people can walk with them if they could just houston to carry. Ej events it's like seventy two year old white guys volunteered deejays cutting the budget so much just taking volunteers for all. That's number one and number two like every guy looks like a guy who hasn't worn a pair of shorts in twenty five years so our shorts for the first time. How about this. How about this have on sunday. Pj here's a way to do it so you don't have to break your bank on sunday. You hire extra security on a on the eighteenth hole period. That's it you hire it for the last two hours of the day and when you get to the eighteen toll in addition to eighty five year old uncle lewis. You have some cops and some people who are right there to just beef up the security. Add an extra ten feet. Because i'll say this randy. And i don't get recognized all over the place all the time but sometimes it sporting events and in like sports bars or bars or whatever we recognized a lot and we just haven't been out a lot but like or in vegas or something that's weird and so get goes somewhere in snowball quickly gets pretty you start to feel unsafe pretty quickly because five or six people recognize you and then they start telling other people who who is it who and i was. So there's a whole crowd of people who are around you and you don't feel like you have an out you don't feel like you can go anywhere without this mass of people up in your shirt and i think that's what phil was feeling a little bit. Also he's got finished the round like it's not like it's over. It's like to make that shot. I saw in tiktok maybe showed i always think about that like row of people when they hit like the side of the green. Like how do they not jack someone in the jaw and there's some clips of some golfers who've done that before and i'm like that's insane man to be that close. Yeah all right there. You go j. lassen a love you buddy me being me as standard special on youtube go check it out if you wanna if you like laughing if you like comedy if you like great craftsmanship the guy crafts set in a beautiful way. It's one of my face shows. The show on the golf channel is one more time. Share kinda more show sketches on that. Can people see. The james davis show that we weren't. It's also on golf fast. Your episode at hasn't come out yet. But i've you know you editing. It how is it look has no. It's it's edited. And i from what i've heard. It's insane so fun so fun. I think it's nineteen minutes long on my god. It's supposed to be twelve but you guys looked crushing so hard. I swear to god. I'm not necessarily view like i know. We had so much fun that day. You're like this is the best call we received. It's in the pandemic you know. Work is slow and jays. Like hey you guys wanna make some money and come play golf me down in palos verdes and with james davis who we know and love where like oh my god yes and you first of all you are so comfortable directing it. I felt so comfortable in your hands as a director. I'm like usually directing more and more stuff. Let this be the open the open the door because you got everything you needed. You made us feel really comfortable. You may you sort of create an environment where we could play and you pushed us in the right direction of everything we were doing and even at the very end when the crew was that we're getting to pass time we conceived of what we all thought was in. The moment are really funny. And you made it happen. You said to the people the golf course drive down to the water. We're gonna get this shots going to be really funny and that's how the show a loving a lot of you're the best man. I hope because leads to much much more for sure. Appreciate you guys all right. Let's take a break off soon. Let's say let's say let's play golf. This was so much fun and this to me. Felt like a round of golf. It was that indulgent buddy. We'll be right back on the other side of this break Talk about the olympic. The fact that there are no all fans are being discouraged to go but us fans are being used to go. Chris christopherson i think. He thinks he's going to be there already. There we'll do this on the side of the break. All right welcome back to the show. Amazing what can we say about jay. Larsen he is the best. He's one of our favorites just to hang with him he's like he is the physical manifestation of. I got you bro. That's how he is. And i loved so much at checkout everything that he's in follow him on social media and just love that dude because he's amazing all right before we get out of here. We got a very voicemail about the olympics. And you would never think to put. Chris christopherson in the olympics together the tokyo olympics but were barely down on. I don't know what's going to happen. Are they allowing fans. I don't know i. Just let's listen to this. Hey hey hey. Hey boys. Your old pal kris kristofferson here. You know singer songwriter. And star of the film. Dolphins tail chrish kris kristofferson. And i gotta tell you some buzz I'm currently over here in lovely country of japan and You know because the. I heard a warning from the centre of disease control because i am fully vaccinated. Don't pay no attention to the church to the young person singing in the background. That's just a small child. That i'm in charge that i found out out of a dini's in An marilo texas and it just had a note on it saying Take care of me. And so i've just said giddy up so I'm out here. in japan. you know because the center for disease control said something about how people in america to happen at least shoe would travel to japan You know i. I fully vaccinated at four times over and I just said you know you know what i like to do. I'd like to go out to japan and just play some of my music. And i figured what i'm out here. Someone told me that the reason why the cdc said all this stuff was at the olympics coming up. And there's what they now. Kris kristofferson loves more than the olympics is money. So i figure i'm already out here. Some shows and singing some amazing music that i've written over the years And bigger while. I'm here i might as well take in the spectacle that he is The olympics you know even though they're not leading players raise any sort of fist in protests and even though they're probably going to be delivered because of the pandemic but steel. I'm out here. And i'm ready to watch the things that i love like steeplechase and The biathlon hand team handball. Out of all these days. And i already out here so as well stick around for all of it and i got be real with you. This child that i mentioned in that might just be a small ferret And i could very well. Just be outside of a japanese restaurant outside a bar so california. You know bar sto. We have a mcdonalds with a with a train or a train with mcdonald's that sounds more like anyway boys. If you could just remind me wyatt is are even college. I would be ever so appreciated okay And i'll probably gonna need some money bail 'cause i'm just gonna ask you right. I'm gonna get arrested at some point all right you guys. Beware thought that those two places would be that similar. Iowa's thought tokyo was its own thing. I don't think you could ever confuse tokyo with An inland empire town in california. I i don't know but you know if anybody can do that. God knows what chris christopherson is seeing with his is in how much iowa's good he's taken. That is a show. You guys have a great week and enjoy all the amazing sports that are on this weekend. It is so much to me as a great time you got. The nba playoffs the nhl playoffs. Baseball's in full swing cutlass. Nc double a softball and baseball is rounding out just a lot of great stuff on the horizon. Chris everson said the olympics are right around the corner. Which i guess he's going to be at maybe in his mind. He might take a mental trip there at any rate have great weekend punch water faucet. Wash your hands get vaccinated all that stuff and oh hey we're going to be guest host. Jim rome show nine times nine nine times this summer. We'll let you know when all those are going to be got to at the end of june the seventh and eighth july at the end of july. We're going to three last week in july and then we'll do august third and fifth will let you know those as nears but those are going to be really fun. His tv and radio show together. Guys were out a starving. A podcast network.

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Couple turns $5 dollar dream into millions  - Part 2

Love and Business, Is it worth it?

17:12 min | 6 months ago

Couple turns $5 dollar dream into millions - Part 2

"Welcome to love and business. Is it worth it. I'm the girl diane ian on this podcast. We address everything. Love everything business and everything in between you're looking to grow with your partner while you're growing your business you listen to the podcast that will help you figure it out. Figure it out f. i file question for you. You come in from like you. Transitioning to being like st background street mindset. You know before you met your wife and now being that troop professional businessman How was the transition for you not only financially but my set wise when you were like okay this dude this but you know what. That's the way i used to do it. I gotta do it like this now. How did you deal with the transitioning as as a man mentally from you know hustler to professional without having like a boss or it wasn't like you worked at a job going that transition where you had somebody to be over tapping you. You had to learn. Figure it out on your own. How is that transition for you. Well i was always the kid. That was disciplined So i was always disciplined. Far is waking up on time. Like i was a wreck chaser and i always had a thing with if i'm once once i wake up late my day your shop so i'm always will therefore for about four fifteen in the morning i got myself up by four forty five time. I got the bronze. Didn't it was six o'clock six o'clock. I was going to pose anybody jamal. You can find me anywhere. Brunson six eight am. And i'm not moving and as being a professional i always i always had that mindset of being professional because i had to convince people to give me their cars and their cars would be safe with me at my body shop so i always was able to talk well and express myself to the people who wears though they trust young kids to say. Give me the keys to their car. Sign this paperwork and get it to to the shop Now far is getting into businesses. Cg's i had to learn to with customers. I had to learn to not be so voice for. Because i always had a thing where i spoke my mind and if you said some crazy like a lot of people say some silly like Hey i'm looking for tire cool. what nsa size it. And they'll say. Well i've got a volvo. I'll say ma'am or sir. You have volvo comes three different sizes. I don't know where to look then. I'll say something silly like what i used to say. Well if you look on your tire a tire sock then senior blight. You can't say that. In the beginning. I had a bad habit of being a little bit to voice aware as though i had to dumb it down a little bit and and tell myself. Hey i don't care man or woman. Everybody doesn't know where certain things are in your job. That's why they call you because they don't know is your doubt to explain so it took me a low. Took me years to get to the where i'm at and then make you having our our customer service talk and you know what i mean. And we went. We went from near man. I mean i'm still growing. Don't get don't get it wrong. I it come out of me sometimes. I'm not one hundred percent. I might give myself. No lie. eighty percents working. I'm still. I'm still getting it out. May but overall i. She's good somebody. I'm doing ten times better than i was. United me and i've seen it because the business has grown. You know what i mean in the repeat customers comes back and that's what about the repeat customers and making people feel like family and at home so i will say i mean. I'm not just saying it because you're on the on the line with this but there's definitely a or at you feel when you do come to establishment. Now things are neat. They're in order of. You guys are imposition. And you're not gonna be in a lot of fifteen minutes an in. Somebody's not say something to you. Done well in that aspect. I personally got work. Done there And i definitely commend you for the way you do run established so sure. I'm definitely loop. That will start dating you mention family in when you guys started dating. Were you involved with someone else was how that friends because a lot of times against some that are on here. They are dating someone. There's a transition happening. And they don't know how to identify should wait. Is this a blessing. And just gonna pull through this or is this someone that's gonna toy with me. How do you make the decision. So explain it. There was a transition. Was there something that you needed to let go of in order for to come in one hundred percent you sure for sure. I had to let I was hooked on our on. This was my second girlfriend. Like i didn't have a million girlfriend's girlfriend grow ziani. Mom was somebody. I was in high school so then after high school after high school. This ain't workout. So i was always used to just work. You go home and work and go home then. I got the taste of not dealing with nobody for like two years. I was a animal industries. All out there was party on seven days a week. Get your own from me on the floor. Say i see hood on here hooding Raynham army passed out somewhere near the houses. Like you know what i mean to. The point was going lie. Lock me in. Which she was i was i was twenty with her because like i love. I like this girl lot. But i'm just not ready to settle down. Boom boom boom. Some my head to release so i got locked up. I got locked up a remembered. Friday morning got locked up. Used to sitting down like sitting still in a tight spot. So my old this amy. I'm used to so i ask the guard. They knew me more. You good yeah. I'm good. I had shrimp anything on pepsi front. You know what i mean. I said but i need one thing. I need a pencil. And i need a pen. He said you're not gonna stab you. So bro said brahmin. Trust not suicide. Abro trust me. They the he gave me the pencil. And so i wrote everybody's names down no line. That was doing everybody's names down on the wall on walks just wanna long writing on war gave me this little little little little john. That's all they can start right nearby name down on the wall. Right had a list. I had list of women nola bugs. I had him though. There was a list axis wit can do for me. What are they doing for me. And are they longevity fulbe. She was the only one ahead checks next door name. I say god might get outta here. I said god. When i get outta here this this my girlfriend i'm done i'm done partying i'm done. I'm done running around all right. Though i get out mine had no keys. no nothing. I walked from the thirty fifth district or home. They gave me plenty of time to really get my mind go. They let me out. I walked i remember. It was like eight miles away. I walked nobel. No shoe string like smoking. I called her up. Gotten a shower. Which you don't she was hot j. Wanna talk to me. I said no no. No you gotta listen to dig. You told me a million times understand what you're saying where you at now. She told me where she was at net up. I said you my girlfriend. She said boy stop playing. Like i'm not like you said that a million times. No no no no. Let's listen listen. You got bit unlike lacking no listen. I'll take it no moved. Listen i mean. If i can sell a wreck i got. I got locked down right from that day. We boyfriend and girlfriend. And i play with her from that. They we locking since bro. That's definitely had or a couple of. That's watching this now. That may be in a position that they're ready for change. They don't know what to change. Looks like they don't know exactly what to go and change into. They don't know what to do. They may be working jobs and they're tired like they know that is something greater that they're called to do they just can't just figured it out yet. What would you guys suggest them to do. What are those action steps that you would. You would suggest them to do in that provision all right now come from me. I'm a little tough. Because remember. I never had a job so i always tell people step off with good faith and they look at me like i'm crazy high bro. It ain't that easy especially when you got a ton of bills so me being on my little sensitive side. I would say whatever you have playing to do. Don't wanna keep saying. I'm gonna get it going when you see the residual either a meeting which are now or be more. It's time to leave because you're trying to be at work running the business it to me. It's not gonna work because it was like me rotation when she told me leaders you gotta leave and get that business your undivided attention. And if you don't 'cause i'm gonna do you say more we gotta jump from. This roof was the next move. They broke. I don't know but i'm gonna jump. Well what if we fall man when i get close to that ground. I'm figure it out. Whatever i need to do. A figure it out then. I'm not the one that stand on a roof and just be waiting for the payer for me to jump next thing no sixty years old and guess what you wish i would have did member not be a wish person. I wish i would have did. You're going to be six years old to have what your dream car with. People drink cars a cadillac. I'm not going to be the one. I was not going to be the one time about. I wish i had his car. I'm thirty seven. I had almost forty brain cars at thirty seven. And anybody can tell you that you know what i mean so sure like a joke a swiss. They nights so we'll know that what type of people kill people out so people like this man if you've got a vision or a dream because a lot of dreams if you think about it it's true is your vision. You gotta go after and take that chance man. A job comes a million times. That vision comes in goals. Man you really only got one chance to detect your vision before you wake up. And that's what. I say you ever have that good dream you and get green you dreaming good as a muck and then gina baked that. Wake up and you be managed. Sim more minutes. I was almost trying to. I almost figured it out. And that's how dream when that person wake up is over. And that's what i tell. People may go after it. Don't wait don't imp- the money. Stop thinking that you need money to do. Everything gets all credit together. You're not. I mean they got so many loans and grants that you can do if your credit is good and i learnt that i remember i went to go. ain't about new product x. Y. and z. Said it means nothing. That's a piece of paper. How's your credit. My kids credit at the time was right better than mine. So would to answer your question. Honestly go out on good faith get it going at least so you see your business that about making some money and in the meantime why you got this job to pay the bill that is working for you and by town then a year to your credit should be good. Ain't no excuses. You can go to banks and get alone. That's what i say hell with money. I got the credit. That's the that's the good work with biden especially for those right now. The pandemic's has made unemployed some foreign though. What would you say that personal. Excuse right now. This is the biggest time. Yeah so right now with everything that's going on. This is the time. Actually start investing. If you have the means. And i and i'm not gonna say even if you have the means you talk about as far as physically having money in your bank account or not. The banks are giving away so much money so much money right now. They just anybody can take anything. Yes so we can all them in the future. I always say people always our and work and no one had to pay anybody. As long as you're gases on your lexical you want. Oh really go you never and that's and that's how we live. Yeah i'm gonna take a loan out. I'm gonna take a loan if you haven't take a loan here alone. Not there because i know me. That's an investment. I'm not afraid. I'm gonna take a payback is small increments and tell their business really gets going and then you can slap down the lump sum. What does that got another loan. People you world makes on debt absolutely. That's why we were going through. We're going through because the world wasn't making no money because it wasn't enough people in debt so now that you've got the pandemic is pitting so many people in debt. You're really not in that. That's what they should bring up with now at this time in home is to get all your dreams together. You're not doing enough when you them. Twelve hundred dollars. Whatever people banking on for the stimulus and all that kind of money anyway is your money anyways this boy and giving us not use that money. Don't go out and spend you get a new car and some new gucci sneakers and all that man. Listen take that money. Put into your dream so when everything is over you'll be starting fresh credits good and you ready to rock and roll man. I it's like this. This people say i just bought new maecenas bought new tow trucks and the pandemic tell you why because they gave me the pain do four months if gonna give me four months to take a piece of equipment. The furry erkki come on man. You're playing with me. Prequel must've paper so now with more. Why because y'all let me make the money in the four months the purchase more. Not only that. I'm blessing people with jobs. So i'm gonna stay out of my mind. I'm blessed man. You know what i mean. So that's that's a knowledge about all this congratulations on that because another because other state. And i won't put off being the state so that amazing that it. I think i think even even better when you get yourself a position in business. And you're able to streamline your business you're able to create other streamlines that income not of that initial business that's where it should definitely the floodgates really open up one year educated in wise enough to say okay. This works ray here. I don't even have to start a whole brand new business now. i'm just going. I'm going to get tentacles now. I'm gonna give my current could make less what it is and that's what it comes down to. Please leave love and business. Is it worth it. A five star review on itunes. Open the apple podcast app and search for danny when you find the love and business. Is it worth it. Podcast scroll down and tap the five star. Ace also leave us a written review.

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Seis e Um Podcast Entrevista | Luiz Alano, narrador esportivo do SBT

Seis e Um

47:12 min | 2 months ago

Seis e Um Podcast Entrevista | Luiz Alano, narrador esportivo do SBT

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Finding Common Ground: A Conversation with President George W. Bush, President Bill Clinton and Presidential Leadership Scholars

Why Am I Telling You This?

41:27 min | 2 years ago

Finding Common Ground: A Conversation with President George W. Bush, President Bill Clinton and Presidential Leadership Scholars

"In nineteen ninety five my parents wanted Green Card Lottery and we left Warren Touchy Gaston because of President Clinton food is a commonplace of American life that immigrants that made our country great and continue to make a very important contribution to the fabric of American Life in two thousand one President President Bush reinforced Muslims are also Americans America accounts millions of Muslims amongst our citizens. Muslims are doctors lawyers members of the military entrepeneurship nineteen. I am part of the Presidential Leadership Scholar Program and grateful for the opportunity to serve and lead in a country built on diversity and freedom freedom. Hello my name is delivers Hanukkah and welcome to a special episode of Why am I telling you this the Clinton Foundation podcast. I'm I'm speaking to you today. As a recent graduate of the Presidential Leadership Scholars Program a first of its kind joint initiative between the presidential centers of Presidents Clinton George W Bush George H W Bush and Lyndon B Johnson that's two Republicans and two Democrats for the past five years appeal US program has brought together allied range of leaders from across the nonprofit military public and private sectors and from all corners of this country who share a commitment to solving the greatest challenges of the the twenty first century across America and around the world long before I joined the peel off program I came to the United States as a child from the Palmyre mountains in the newly newly-formed nation of Tajikistan when I was born these mountains were part of the Soviet Union and the Cold War was raging when the USSR fell a few years later the civil war that followed led to millions being displaced or killed two GCA stan the poorest of the former Soviet states teeters on a knife-edge more people have died in the touchy conflict then in all of the other conflicts on the territory reformers combined. Luckily my parents brother and I received a way out we won the Green Card Lottery to immigrate to the United States in the fall of nineteen ninety five when we arrived my family and I were braced with open arms in our new country however in recent years I I like many Americans have felt discouraged by increasingly hostile political discourse the first time I began to question whether the definition of a real American was shrinking in ways that did not include people like me a young Muslim immigrant woman so why am I telling you this because the is program is proof that in this country we are more like than we are different sure we come from different backgrounds identify with different political parties and worship live and love differently differently but as Americans we all share common goal we strive to make our country in the world a better place the PO program reaffirms that America is for everyone on and that both the strength and success of our nation comes from our diversity. The challenge America in Pilaf gives each one of us is to see diversity as a strength and work together as Americans to catalyze change this special episode of. Why am I telling you this features a conversation with President Clinton President George W Bush and two of my fellow presidential leadership scholars from the graduation and fifth anniversary celebration earlier this summer you'll get a chance to hear for yourself what makes the Peel US program so unique and I hope you'll leave with the same sense of optimism and inspiration that the program gave to me welcome everybody to the Twenty Nineteen Graduation Presidential Leadership Scholars Program this year we celebrate the fifth anniversary of this program and over the past six months scholars have heard from leaders shared their own experiences. They've honed their own leadership skills. They've worked on their personal leadership projects and they've they've become a strong network together but who knew what this program would become after five years we had hoped to build a transformational leadership program but what we had envisioned was this sense of family that these scholars have with each other so. I WANNA start with President Bush and President Clinton about so this program and five years ago when we launched it and what we thought it would be then and where it's come now and so President President Bush at the time we launch this you talked about how you wanted people in this program from all walks of life different political persuasions people who work hard and work with fathers. Why was that important to you then as a piece of this program before we'd never met any of these people who we've just seen today a in five years ago today. There's a so I give Michelle Obama piece of candy and the whole world says well. We need more of that. I was stunned you know Clinton and I go to the President's cup and they take a picture rubbish and my buddies back here went man good. You all can get along. I said Yeah we're southern governors great. Bs this artists anyway and so there's a need for bipartisanship which is kind of an overused word but there is a need Ford and this is a program that has absolutely not political and yet it achieves a common objective which which seems to me to be a spirit ought to be taking place more around the country and so it's awesome really good and it's really good because of the people who join the program President Clinton when you said five years ago you talked about how you hoped that people had vigorous debate and disagreement in this program that they ultimately found ways to come to a resolution so say a little bit more about that in terms of your vision first of all I am. I've been I've been concerned for a long time for leafs twenty-five about how keep drifting apart and we all say okay. We want people to work together but Lebron politics. We often don't vote for what we say. We want our once. We get what we say we want. We don't do what's necessary to bring it to reality so I got to thinking about this and I formed an unusual friendship with President Bush when he was president and really come to not only like him but to respect him and to believe she she says something. He's on the level. You can really have a fight with anybody as long as they're on the level just too much in life is not on the level now so what I had in mind we started. This was too little lessons. I've learned in life. One is no matter how much difference you have with somebody else. If you can agree agree on an objective you both want to achieve then you can have your arguments on the way to a destination but if it's enough for you just to keep showing how sure are you. Are you never have to produce anything then. It's hard for people to get anything dot so we tried to get goal oriented people in this program and I I also believe in an interdependent world twat disagree with so much what's happening today. I think diversity is God San. I think it's one of America's great blessings. I think that diverse groups make better decisions than homogeneous ones and the closest we've come to passing for example. Immigration Reform Bill I believe was when he he was president and strongly supported and most Democrats on new didn't not because they weren't immigration reform because they found something they didn't like about it and so I thought well. This is not like crafting bill. You know you just show up in your work on your project talk to other people about and the final thing. Is this become people to each other if you're just a two-dimensional cartoon it's a lot easy to dismiss you than it is. If you're a three dimensional person and I thought if we got really early extraordinarily people together that you might become people each other and do even more extraordinary things. I got one other point. I forgot little unfair to other panelists. I know but that was the president anyway so the real challenge launch for these presidential libraries is to be contributors and I can't think of a better way to invigorate our library a Bills Library Dad's library and Linden Johnson's library then they have a program that utilizes our respective resources to train people to be leaders in the future great Jay and Lisa. I WANNA BRING YOU IN J. Tell us first. You're in healthcare. Tell us how you ended up there. What drives you and what you're doing now. Thank you how good everyone my name's Jay bought and I'm the son of a FA- a pharmacist who worked outside of Chicago for most of his life and a mom who's a factory worker her and I spent a lot of time growing up with my dad going to people's homes on the south side who couldn't make it to clinic because bus fare or had other things going on in that were priorities or or when they walk outside the door the wind would hit him so hard in their face that they had to go right back in and so when I went to college I went over to a barbershop my haircut and I met a Guy James Susan cubs hat so I started talking to him because I'm a cubs fan and and then learning about him and what the bar talking about that it was so difficult for them to access care they couldn't meet the challenges of HIV or cancer or chronic disease. I left that day now with a great haircut but incredible conversation and so I kept going back and over time we ended up working together with a team that put a clinic in the back into that barbershop shop and said if you want to get your haircut for free then you'll be seen by the doctor over the course of five years the rates of chronic disease started declining they start helping each other in the community they started helping each other get jobs his canonic development and mobility important and so that told me two things one. I wanted to doctor and underserved communities vehicle for social change and so I'm a primary care doctor geriatrician. I wanted to partner with communities to change future because I saw it happened and so I think we have incredible opportunities leaders in this program to do that and currently I'm the Senior Vice President Chief Medical Officer for the American Hospital Association. We represent nearly five thousand hospitals two million nurses two hundred and eighty five thousand clinicians all working together to drive towards a society the of healthy communities. We're all individuals have their highest potential for health. Thank you okay Jay. We're going to get a little bit more about you in a minute but I want Lisa to tell us about herself and her story break because she's got a pretty compelling story for the work that she does. Thanks I am a proud army spouse and my husband John and I traveled the world being part of the military family and John Deployed to southern Afghanistan in August of two thousand nine and like we do in the military three weeks after John deployed employed our youngest daughter Heidi was born three weeks later with a three year old a one year old and this little bitty baby who my husband hadn't unmet I was notified that John had been killed on his way home from goodwill mission terrified overwhelmed and heartbroken but I wasn't alone for Unit Year. We lost forty-one servicemembers and we're all looking for a way to to heal to grieve to remember these men and women who were our military family and we end to run together we met in the Burger King parking the first time and we ran around the airfield and but we evolved weekly runs became how he spoke the names of our phone service members how he supported each other and how we moved forward when the unit came home we realized that they needed the very same things that we needed and that really words weren't big enough to capture capture everything we felt and wanted to say but with running. We didn't need to have right words and that's how we're blue wrench. Remember was born where blue is running community around the world the honors service and sacrifice in the American military. Thank you for the work that you do the J. WanNa go back to you. One of the things that you have talked about when we talked about vigorous disagreement and debate one of the things that you talked about that happened within your class was you had some tough conversations with your class say more about that. Thank you it was a moment which crystallizes why this program so important module to college station and one night when the aggie wrangler were dancing as a performance we really appreciate it and watch that performance in aw and then there's a question answer session right after and the young buck who's the captain there started answering these questions and we were just totally enthralled with the conversation then Brayton the middle one of our classmates scholar. Catherine says I got a question. Are you up for for a challenge a dance off so then the young book looks at Fred McClure at the time looks back at US looks back at Fred says I don't think we can pauses turned down a challenge and so what ensued happening was proud. Techs tradition of dance combined combined with a dance from the northern part of India from the other side of the world where me and Scott who had my class who whose wife had served in New Delhi he learned dancing hunger arth Indian folk did so we ended up coming out of stage and together started dancing with the aggie wrangler and literally five minutes later the seat started emptying and others others in our class started coming up dancing and then it was the whole stage of our classmates together in one dancing to a common vision of being together being vulnerable with being open and we even got the aggie wrangler sound in there too and dad. Dan opened up this opportunity for us to compensate because the next day we didn't exercise in which well intentioned we construct systems sometimes that have good intention that may leave people out and so we had three teams and two of the teams. James wanted to in an honest and transparent way create a partnership but in doing that left a third team out and so in the debrief we recognize CNN is this and that awareness of what had happened led to important conversation and it helped us realize it systems it can be constructed unintentionally to leave people out in as leaders. It's important for us to recognize that be aware of it and rewrite and redesigned the rule so that we don't leave people out and if we can't then at least recognize what's happening and so that led to a combination at the end of the program in which nearly the whole class sat on a hotel lobby be room floor eating pizza and being vulnerable as you can be about the struggles they had from being stopped by police is a black man or struggling with their identity or having challenges with even their issues that they were struggling with at home and so that really created a sense of common purpose so when I think about leadership leadership it's expect accepting responsibility for share purpose in the face of uncertainty and I think we did that really inspired by the legacies of President Bush President Clinton Lyndon B Johnson and President George H W Bush so we're grateful for that the film you dancing with the Wrangler as Lisa one of the one of the things we hear so often from the scholars in the program is the sense of inspiration that this program brings to you. Does that ring true for you. Absolutely I think so often leadership it can be very lonely and I think quite often we operate in silos leaders but I remember walking in to the second module. We're at your dance at Your Dad's library in college station and I read that last letter that he wrote his. He's leaving office to you and he says your success. Now is is our country's success. I'm rooting hard for you and it was such a message if not just for President Clinton but for all of us and being a part of the the Presidential Leadership Scholars Program changed how I view myself as an American and really what my role is and achieving that success and I had thought honestly being a military spouse who sacrificed my husband that was it. I drop the MIC. I've served my country but I realize through this program looking at all of the work passionately effort the dreams of the leaders in this program the John Sacrifice is worth a country realized based in America is worth each of US stepping up to the plate entering their arena and owning our piece of the fight so that we can build the communities in the future that our country deserves so President Clinton and President Bush. I'd love to hear from you. Both you've now got me almost three hundred scholars over the past five years. What have you taken for meeting them. What what have you learned from them versus what they learned from you. Do you have any particular memories of any of them. I have learned a a hunger people have to make a difference not by getting another title or Mike and another buck but by making in somebody else's life better lifting somebody who's broken helping somebody to do something that makes things work better and you know. I'm not young anymore but I'm not and the longer live the more that's how I measure drew my life. People better off when you when you started children have a brighter future things coming together instead of being torn apart. That's what I saw on the laws a like a doctor coy that Cambodian refugee who is a member of this class and I think now is in Louisiana working. She really inspired fired me. We had a class member who was a member of the small merry SEC in Touchy Stan and Family Family was in danger of losing their lives in America's save people's lives by Lenin come here and we had a scholar who was determined proof that we've made the right decision my given back to this country and my personal favorite all time was when we were in little rock for graduation ceremony yeah mony a guy who had lost both legs and military service name. Karcher remember came through here took a picture with me and he said he said I wanNA thank you and President Bush for getting together with people we didn't know existed and I said well. What do you mean. He said you see her and he pointed to this very formidable. Physically imposing woman Kendra winners who was she's almost six feet tall and she was looked like she could Mitch press me on a Cold Day and she was an African American Lesbian Dan Liberal Democrat head of the Human Rights Campaign and Arkansas everything the opposite of the sky and he said you know I'm dedicated to helping and veterans people like me not be disempowered to do things he says I have learned so much from her and I hope you've learned something from me and if it hadn't been for you and President Bush we'd never met each other. We wouldn't even know people like each other existence. She looked at me warily. I looked at her warily. He's too you know so I'd be glad to fight for now and that to me is the enduring thing the details. Even the specifics of the products are not as important for all of you who have more tomorrow than yesterday's to have your mind in your heart in the right place. You're smart. You know more about whatever it is. You're doing we do but you. You'll make good decisions. If you believe that we should go forward together as lash yeah so there's some people discouraged about that's a future of the country and I've strongly suggest they get to meet people in payless classes and all of a sudden what may seem to be a dem future will be a bright future and that's what I've learned that the country is full of decent caring compassionate citizens willing to serve the Lisa. I'm Jay talk a little bit about where your organizations are now in some of the work that you're doing because of being in P. L. S. and how it impacted your work so so for me I came into the program at a time where I was losing faith in some aspects of this country and seeing pain and suffering and not seeing it actually in in some places get better with something that was heart and what I saw on the program is sixty sources of hope source of hope that could change a nation and with little acts of leadership and large exit courage can make a difference and so as a result one of the areas I worked on was training thirty community any health workers across Africa to reach nearly one hundred thousand people and part of that work help was built on the notion that we've got to meet people where we're at so esther whose daughter couldn't get malaria treatment became a community health worker to serve those in her community to change the trajectory of the courses someone with HIV or chronic disease but at home at abroad and at home those issues are are seen as well and so we were able to partner with us in the National Urban League to create strategic alliances unlikely partners partners that I wouldn't have dreamt necessarily that we could partner with but we were able to because of this notion that I learned in the program of that it's important important not only to dance at the discomfort and comfort but at times the push into that area of discomfort and to enable others to be in that space so that together the other you can challenge status quo and as a result the most lasting one of the most lasting issues. I've worked on is this disconnect between non on clinical leaders and clinical leaders because we're trained differently and so even though we're going for the same thing we want better. Communities want healthier communities. He's it requires the kind of conversation that's heart and so led a leadership development program that that has trained eight hundred teams that has led to impacting a network of sixteen hundred hospitals in thirty four states are hospital improvement ovation network that has saved nearly a billion dollars avoid one hundred and thirty thousand patient safety incidents and save thirteen thousand lives so that is the impact that this program has had and we're grateful for it and the other thing my side. Peel was creating a opportunity for the collective energy of the class of two thousand sixteen to help the Chicago cubs won the World Series Lisa. Tell us about where you're where you are now what you took from the program and how you have put it into action so in the summer before. I applied to this program. I had this moment with my children and we're going through baby books. We have them all out on the air laughing Chevy and Q. But my daughter Heidi who's my youngest. She's not laughing. She's feisty but she actually get so mad. She puts her hands on her hips and she says where are my pictures with my Daddy. I don't have any words for her and the reality is that are gold star. Youth are walking very uncommon path children whose parents volunteered to serve well aware of the risks that it carried their parents services really become their sacrifice soon the year leading up to the presidential potential leadership scholars program out of those simple Saturday runs with where blue wrench remember we created a youth mentorship program hearing children followed military with currently serving members armed forces in a run focus mentorship to build resilience healthy coping mechanisms and for kids like Heidi which are so often the story I sense of identity. We launched joint base. Lewis mcchord our flagship community and I was overwhelmed by his really incredible kids kids who have sacrificed everything are smart. They're kind the resilient fast that they have so much potential but we needed to create a foundation nation so we launched a very successful program. JVM There's over ten thousand youth in America lost apparent military service. We recognize a larger need beyond around joint base. Lewis mcchord so under the tutelage the the mentorship and honestly just this rom belief in one another the presidential leadership scholars program gave me the structure and the foundation to scale the program through the support of my mentors. I mean we've had countless calls. Talking about. Strategy is Isabelle gave me a platform to tell the story across the country. Chris talked me through fundraising and the number of times my fellow leadership scholars have said you can do this. Let's talk through this. This gave me the bones to take a program. That's across the country so now at Fort Bragg North Carolina in San Antonio Texas almost ten percent of our children who've lost apparent military service live in Texas and we're growing going forward but these kids are amazing and they deserve a nation new stands with them not taking pity but taking verifone and this growth and this gift to these kids is because of the Presidential Leadership Scholars Program President Bush. Can I ask you to say a little more about your deep care of this issue to a veterans. It's something you feel passionately about a yeah so the question is back to what I was talking about about a sense of despondency bonuses think about the fact that a nation who's had millions volunteer and have learned the characteristics necessary to be good leaders teamwork courage sacrifice some of to get go to college but all of them got a PhD in life enter the they're going to they're going to help lead the country and to the extent that they need help help society of ours needs to provide help and one of the things we do here is we're dealing with the invisible wounds of war and talking about a a template forward and Vietnam era when Clinton Clinton Iro aging baby boomers and during the Vietnam War when the troops came back many soldiers were told to take off their uniform so that the populace wouldn't identify him as military and therefore wouldn't treat them my Kale and and the attitude is totally different now. It's whether you agreed with my decisions are not American. People agreed that serving in the military is an awesome experience and they welcome them with open arms. The question is are the programs that have started around veterans effective and one taste of Bush and if we want to make sure their affective going to help these vets President Clinton you similarly still have such a passion on healthcare so Jay's work doc. It's something you've long been tackling and still spend time on today and we still do in many ways you know. I was thinking listening to talk in. This is a pure moment of personal privilege but President Bush has lost both his parents. That's the last time we had this graduation ceremony and spent Filon time thinking about them both and I want you to know some sense. We're talking about healthcare thirty years ago this year your father ask all the governors to Sameday at the University of Virginia to develop national education goals based on a report gun thirty five years ago thirty six years ago okay when President Reagan's office by his Education Secretary Terrel Bill Prime from Utah Law. He was very good and he said I want you to do Adidas and so represented the Democrat I within the longest serving govern the country and we were having dinner with President Bush and Thomas Jefferson's shadow so the president has Hillary said I know you're interested in education that he said you know anything. I'll healthcare. She said Mr President that's mostly what I work on my private capacity and I'm really trying to drive down the anthem mortality rate because America has terrible infant mortality rate right given our income whereabouts fifteenth in the world whatever it was at the time and he looked at her and I said I just can't believe that we are healthcare systems too good and she he said the Ham. This is an example in a leadership she said to him. What would you like me to get you the information he said no. I'll get it myself and I'll be back in touch. Actually you next night. George Bush the president of the United States and I'm GonNa Governor of a little state right comes up to me and gives me a nope help which hillary check the figures. You're right. I was wrong. What can we do about this and you should never forget that these four children and he lost a child lost a sibling when she was very young and at some point you know we can't scream fake news and alternative factory so the infant mortality rate is what it is number of people who were here at the border who were legal alert legal or whatever they are what they are but here was the man who he didn't even have us there. There's no headline in this. We were there do something on education but he cared about children and children's health and he sent Hillary Letters. She said you were right. I was wrong. What can we do about this. I will never forget those low. They'll live at Ajay Lisa. What did you speaking of President. George H W Bush what did you learn by being able to study him and his presidency and the way he conducted himself and I think for me what resonated two things resonated we talked about earlier about this letter the President Clinton and the and that was a reflection of empathy and empathy and a really deep meaningful deep way and that was reflected in the area of German German reunification and the fact that President George H W Bush did not WanNa go to Germany and you knew what would happen it came from a place of of empathy and I think it comes also from the place that's consistent across all four president of when things are tough and that it's the moral compass and the values that always anchor you and you come back to that and I think that that's what I'm so grateful for morning about across a four present. Damn authorities say raise wonderful children. Ah That's true on a percent the help them get into trouble to Lisa. Do you have anyone anyone ad from your time before but I remember one message from that second module with President George H W Bush but he said before you call someone and and ask for something you call and ask about the weather and it was such a beautiful reminder of how important it is for us to reinsert humanity into the relationships nations ships and so we're trying to negotiate leadership and pass Ford all important work to take a step back. Remember that these are people with whom we're working and there's an opportunity develop up something deeper more meaningful before we work move into the work that we're designing to do you know people communicate by email are going to twitter where they call and so happy being pathetic. If the way you communicate with somebody is via short texts and can he possibly understand as somebody else thinks you know you can get their opinion but you can't answer the question why what is it and so pl s really is an antidote to people who are willing to communicate just be a machine and it's going to be a real challenge for our society. I think the ability of people bill to talk face to face and listen listen carefully and Peel Canada that and what were you gonNA ask. I was GonNa ask you about Your Dad. What about it just anything is. Is there anything they haven't hit already that you really much names are were. I love you that says a lot. Yeah does say a lot so he gave me the greatest gift unconditional love for those of you men out there who ended up having children just remember the greatest gift you can give your child is unconditional unconditional love which means your family has to be a priority. You know your career can't be a priority winning. Votes can't be a priority making money. Can It'd be a priority priority the number one priority if your father is to give your children unconditional love that we told me the we've got a group of fifty eight scholars here today who are graduating and Lisa J. Hey I want to hear from you. You've now been out of jail. You've been out for three years. You've been out for one. What's your advice to them. What have you learned since being in the program program. What do you want them to know about life. After it's not after the continuation of us into the future peninsula spot holly thanks to the end. We're good. There's something magical about taking space outside of the chaos of our lives to join like minded individuals who believe in a realized America and I think it's so important as we return to the business and the demands of our day to day lives which which of course are pressing that we continue that you continue you take a step back. Stay engaged in his relationships the space and the reflection that you need to remain motivated and in tune can't with y you do the work that you do so. I would say for me the work that we've been able to do on the OPIOID epidemic a would not have been possible to be scaled if it wasn't for the work with Kevin Casey from my class with the work of the Clinton Foundation and bringing together together a constellation of individuals across appeal as classes from attorney general to in terms of law enforcement to police to healthcare to nonprofit offit education. That's the power of this that at any moment you can convene a community that can help you imagine the impossible to be possible so you've got to be open to that opportunity and I think it's relationships. The relationships have helped me when I've been down and out when I needed a different perspective one to challenge me and I've we've cultivated a group of board of advisors that are very different you know to help us continue to to move forward and you know I think President Bush was talking about love. Love is the oldest medicine we have leadership can be lonely. Only leadership can be tough and to have this incredible community of three hundred people that are now sources of hope and family they help you be centered and and help you dream in a way that can change lives of people in this country and so so grateful for that. I think it's the most surprising one most surprising to show this. This is the program is the fact that people stay in touch and they WANNA help each other and ah I ride Matin bucks for one of her pals who was in the class and she's always talking about. Lisa leases doing this leap doing that lesion homerun fifty miles away but it shows the kinship friendship that exist and it's a beautiful thing it really is a beautiful thing. President Clinton witcher charge and advice to this current class. You need to think about what got you here and where you'd like to be the in ten years whatever it is make sure there's a space there to help other people to empower other people to improve other peoples life breath. We visited a project here which is dedicated to reducing the recidivism rate up people who've been the juvenile justice system through the the arts and they have a set of rate of eleven percent so we went to talk to these kids about why and you didn't have to be all rocket science to figure it out. They said we felt we felt trusted. We felt that people thought we were smart and had talent and we could contribute tribute and we love this. There's a thousand things you can do but the point I want to make to all of us that until I left the White House it requires so much concentration to survive and mostly to flourish in a political environment odd drastically under appreciated that public good that a private person can do especially now there are over a million foundations in America and more than half of them started in the last twenty years so I hope you'll all be politically active. Whatever you think about politics hopefully vote in every election and be vocal and all that but remember you came here as citizens because you believe that you had a mission and we're GONNA do it. I just hope you'll keep that for the rest of your life because I'm a lot older than all of you and it still what makes me happy. I hope you'll always feel this. That's the only thing I can tell you twenty thirty forty fifty years from now if you can barely get around and you got to go places oughta Walker it'll still make happy and when you look back in your life you'll remember the people you share this time with and the other people who were at some fork in the road and you gave them a helping hand or they gave you one and you'll never forget it so thank you good luck. The thanks for listening for more listen on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts hi I'm Kevin therm chief executive officer of the Clinton Foundation Building on a lifetime of public service. President Clinton established the Clinton Foundation on the simple belief. Everyone deserves a chance to succeed. Everyone has a responsibility to act. We all do better who we work together through our programs that are creating economic opportunity improving public health and inspiring civic engagement across the country and around the world. 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111519 Part 2

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TJ DOT COM This is the TJ show. It is a big weekend. A lot of people fly going on. I'm moving has a wedding. She's going to a Friday afternoon. which is kind of odd to me the method of everybody's workday? It's a long drive. Riggins got nothing going on or would you have anything big T.'s. I don't mean you don't do you have anything. Ribbons are working together Saturday. Even trying to forgot about that. That's right there's a big deal village party thing we're bringing in Krim. I'm sorry riggins. I'm sorry I'm filling Alan it for you. I know I appreciate that. I appreciate it. Very much fillon. Drama do anything I didn't mean I'm sorry apologize any other weekend. That was the right agents effort. It's what maybe to weaken the year that he's doing something and I messed it up cold freezing. I'm not going to be but here's one of the things. We were curious where there's a new dating APP called scene and make sure I explain this right rings because you're the one one explain it. The kind of we were talking about earlier. That essentially what it does is if you're part of this. Dating APP called seen everything is out there for people to see everything about your interaction with someone else for example if Oregon's and SAS start messaging each other I r. TJ could go on and just watch the interaction between the two of them every messages passages exposed everything after the swipe right and the match becomes public so even if you don't have a dating even if you're not looking for dates you can still kind of become foyer. A voyeur. Whatever and watch other people build relationships so it's a dating APP also a little bit of entertainment for people that just want to watch new? Love Bloom so does well. Yeah I think it's a great idea one of the theories though. Is that cuts down on craziness and cat fishing. Yeah because it's all being exposed Out there for everybody to see so. They're hoping that WHO that is. Be as we go along Here's the question with the holidays are coming up. If you're single. This is an can be a weird kind of interesting time because you're not sure if you won't start anything now what's going on but who has a date this weekend. ATTENDER bumbled hinge. Whatever date we call it as in TJ Saturday swipe we want the details you can be anonymous but tell us about what's been going on all the details? How long have you been? Have you been talking before making the date happen like did you just swipe right last night and got decided to meet up Saturday. Maybe you're meeting Sunday afternoon. It doesn't matter when you're meeting up this weekend. Are they type like you think you think maybe you're into this person after a couple of weeks of exchanging messages are on Tuesday and it was nothing going on and you were kind of bored and It might be fun with a shot in the dark and see what happens Then we want to follow up on Monday and see how it goes. Yeah now if you call and tell us all oh this rather than DM. That'd be a lot more fun for me absolutely. I agree because I'm going to play with you so about all this. It's as interested in in people's dating Saturday. Swipe the the only part of a date that I would be interested in in witnessing would be If they're you know like the the action between the two of them the rest of us want to hear all about yeah. I don't WanNa hear about how you met and all that stuff. I won't fast forward to that part of it if you're both attractive if even one of you is ugly. I don't even WanNa Watch that and again we don't care what apple could be tender could be hands whatever eighth and trying Ryan added a swipe give us all the details about the lead up to the date. The first date that you're having this weekend that was established on a dating APP. One triple eight four one to twenty three eighty five. It's one triple eight forty one as TJ again. You can be anonymous or facebook twitter. 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TJ Dot com the ace and TJ APP or Radio Family Family Charity Dot Org and look for the breaking and entering Christmas donate add. Thank you for your support breath. This is the Ason. TJ show Saturday. Swipe somehow how you got a date set up this weekend. This is GonNa take an interesting spin on a second to you. got a date set up this weekend through some type of dating APP APP like anonymous Lucy here Or paid losing. Can we say where you lived already. Analysis say that okay she lives in Columbia and what is facebook. Dating is what you've said it again. I don't even know what dating is. Okay so tell us about the guy to kinder- okay. Do you think this is the one ours just a fun thing or what approach not sure yet I kinda get I mean we have a lot in common and I mean I'm just happy. He's taller than six foot. Okay interesting so right now. That's kind of a plus for me. So are you always single divorced. How you might have ask in your party okay and so I always single divorce getting back the game what? I've been single for a long time. Now why I've been focused on work and my education. You know what I WanNa do neck and now is now this guy. That's what it sounds like. He the what does he look like other than being tall. I mean the only requirement you got. No that's all requirement but I'm six foot one so it kind of a requirement to be six foot tall. He's he's older than what I normally date But he's he's very attractive but how much older Seven years that's not gross at. I'm doesn't look at all the good things. How long have you been talking In making these plans about CNN we We match last weekend and have been talking on the APP up until Monday Monday Monday. We exchanged phone numbers and so we decided Wednesday that we wanted to link up Friday. And this'll be the first time you've seen each other in person I hate Lucy. Had there been any photos exchanger during they not why that okay I just curious. I didn't know where I'm trying to see the I'm trying to form a basis for everybody of exactly what we're dealing with here so in tonight's the night the first time you've ever tonight's the first night you've met him in person but you've actually only connected for less than a week now right. Yeah Yeah Okay. Interesting is southern gentleman kind of type. Well he is originally from Michigan Florida and is now Alan South Carolina Michigan. He was he's actually raised in Florida. Though he he michigan I believe when he said he was like said. Okay well yeah. They had time to save A fancy place or ensue casual probably I probably more casual on the casual kind of kind of Gal I say now. What are the possibilities? Everything goes well our really digging each other and it's going even better than you imagined it going What percentage of chance is the John? End Up spending the night together sharing yourselves with one another. I mean. I don't want to answer that but I don't really know I'm going to say about one hundred. I'm just kidding we lose the. Here's we're going to do. We're GONNA put you on hold and get your information nations and then Monday morning when I checked with at this time and see how. You're a high your turn to your Saturday. Swipe turned out or your Friday night. facebook dating turned out. Okay now are you gonNa tell him mccollum into the radio actually tell him all right. Hold on a second guys. What would you think if she told you that? This cut in talked about it on the radio. It wouldn't bother I would be. It wouldn't bother me but I mean he's gotTa know already because I mean it everybody in Columbia South Carolina listens to us Probably listening right here you go out. And Cindy in which she just no. Well thank you very much. Lucy we look forward to talking to you again. I am number. Hold Lucy. Hang on one second. Rob Is GonNa make sure you've got. I hope she doesn't answer the phone Monday morning. Cry Oh uh-huh. She's six one tall drinking water. Yeah he wouldn't lie about things over six foot. Of course he was languid but once I get there she is. Yeah Yeah I'm I'm five t and close enough. He'll get your sure that her by the way I don't have anybody caught it or not. Ah Sas caught at because I looked at it like I was kind of a slap in the face and TJ said how old is the age range and he. She said he's thirty. Seven seven seven years older than me. He's thirty seven and she said Oh not old enough to be gross. Then I was a little offended too because me and we'll are seven years apart so you're not gonna be gross but apparently I don't know twenty twenty. Four years is old enough to be gross gross. That's what we ought to ask. What is the what is gross to a younger person? What is what is that number? That magic number okay. How do that about we say when we get younger people two girls to say that you gotTa stop doing something at a certain age and it makes the women over that age getting upset? Yeah I ladies so at what age what is there rebound we have to set a baseline here. Like if you're in your twenties okay. If you're in your twenties at what age is the guy no no matter. Oh how cool or awesome he might be. It's just gross for you today. What's what's the over under age for dating a Guy Sas were you already said? Like what thirty five. How many years? How many years apart I mean how many years apart until it becomes gross anything? Anything above blank is gross facebook. Twitter one triple eight four hundred twenty three eighty five. Don't forget you can also just Texas the number two eight T. Cj than text it to nine TJ. Show when you look at your current bathroom do you know that it needs an immediate update. We want you. 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There's somebody tried to take it from detail about thirty minutes on the TJ show with the mouse as breeze. It's in the second half man. I'm having a bad day my computer and the update last night. I didn't want it to. I've forgotten left it open on my desk. And it automatically ran the update and now at times the cursor just disappears. I still highlight stuff. Doesn't I'm looking at him right now. Yeah he's been a carcinoma morning just goes away and I don aware and I have no control over my computer. I can't open anything because I can't see where the cursor is just highlight stuff as it moves around a hard life couple of things going on right now that are hurtful We were asking what the what people think the The age difference between a couple is that becomes gross. I how how many years did it makes it. Gross in this fifteen years apart heart is just gross. Tins already pushing it. So as an in his girlfriend are more than fifteen years apart. But you're okay. Hey on that one sas with that old dude your date. And he's only seven years older old day. Another thing that goes on. It's not hurtful to me. I don't care but it could be two other people when women start saying they want a man who's a certain height and then start making fun of a guy who's not that high like Sassa a sister crystal just sent her a text talking about the lady who said that the guy she's meeting this weekend for date is six one are over six feet. And that's important doc. Because she's six one and she said that the guys probably lying and he's probably and then in use some derogatory terms and Basically saying she's grossed out by the fact that the guy is probably only five eight which is what my height is which I don't care but but I'm just saying It's just like say if a woman's overweight in a guy stands around talking about how he'd never have a woman her weight. It's hard to think about how harsh you would think. That is extremely if you're if you're watching from afar there's a woman whose staying there and she's one forty and the guys talking to somebody else because I'd say I'd never date a woman that's over a hundred and twenty pounds no way. That's just gross. It so that's fun. Well but again I don't care it doesn't bother me because I'm not. I've never been sensitive about being five eight because I mean I know. Got Everything anything else going on. Even at that I mean market marks five six well. Cranston dated someone five nine. She shouldn't be talking. She didn't need to be talking about anybody anything. She didn't have excrement together at all. Nope her I see her. I know now Sushi's Brady but none of these saying that your situation aces under the gross level. None of them Close One Lady Says Twenty I think twenty years is when it starts to get weird. That's the best answer so far that as far ars my situation we're twenty eight. She said Sh twenty twenty is it. I wouldn't over ten years but twenty years is where I think it starts to get weird and gross MHM She means fifteen in say a one person says Fifteen is absolutely gross in town is pushing it and We have a friend who does send us a text as WHO's calling himself out. He said my wife sixteen younger. You're sixteen years younger than me. And that is Gross Cathy. I think all y'all okay and then everybody that listens to this. Show all you gross for being saying I'm gross that's right uh-huh lash out the gross ason. TJ shown in some match trying to challenge me in an argument here this is going to be fun and the DM TJ said. The way comparison is not the same. Because it's not something you can change but wait you can but making fun of it gives you the same feeling is what I was saying is true. Yeah so that's what I'm saying so dear Madison. Don't don't be coming up in here in the heavyweight division. We'll get to all the top trending topics of the day in less than ten minutes. 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We have Guest in Studio SAS had to leave early. She's going to a family wedding and so the other day I was walking down the hall and looked into one of the production rooms and A lady that we have worked for work with for the go twenty years maybe was recording something into to a microphone. I didn't even know she did that. I didn't either in the said okay. Well then being one of our favorite people in the world now that you've you're talking on microphones you. You need to come in and talk on Santa's microphone gone. Her name's Christian Friday. Speak up now. There's a new dating term that I love and it's a combination of two dating terms. We already know this new terms called go sliding it combines ghosting with gas lighting. So let's say everybody knows. GHOSTING is when two people are talking. And then the guy disappears for a couple of months and the girl just can't stand it so she finally reaches out and goes. Hey like what happened. We were talking and we were. We're kind of going out and then you just disappeared but go sliding is then when he turns it around and gaslight so he says he makes her feel crazy for even suggesting going. You always think people are ignoring you. You never seen that interested so people online are saying. It's a form of emotional abuse. Please make things or make a woman feel crazy for wanting to know what happened to the guy and why he just disappeared no. He's not trying to abuse her a he's trying to get himself out of a tough situation. He's not being abusive purpose he just wants to like oh she just figured out that. I don't WanNa go out with her. And now she's coming at me. He sparing her feelings. I know I'm just saying he. Just he just wants to get out of it. He just wants the situation to go away or yeah. We realize he wasn't that interested and didn't want the confrontation of like having unofficial break-up right and since all the communication was happening over tax or social media he was like no just dip out but then he turns around and makes you feel crazy so then when she comes up when she comes out in my you know the thing he didn't want the confrontation so when she comes at him he's like. Oh now here comes the confrontation you. I didn't want so I just got to do something to make this. Go away quickly. Like oh you're crazy and who wouldn't want to be talking to you hurt. My feelings. Exactly emotionally abusive. He just wants it to go away. You made me cry right. Go to this is the kind of thing though that is a perfect example of why Christian does and not have social media never has to story Why because she doesn't want to get ghosted or gasoline? The set myself up for me at all. I have instagram. And it's mainly just my daughter. I'm I'm just not I just don't think people really care about what I'm doing and I really don't care to tell people doing well try or is it that that you think they would care too much about what you do. I think guys on there going going now put on put on your store like I'm who's GonNa Happen to be at that place. She saw you at Kia yesterday. What are you going back? I live close to it if I don't. I will give me your thoughts on a blooming onion. There could be one in your future. You play your cartwright what would you fight somebody for if they tried to take it away from you. It's a serious question I'll fight you for it about less Less than ten minutes. What's the the easiest way to get all our podcast? TJ show out these TJ show more show and all our cast. PODCASTS are on our APP and available each Weekday Weekday after twelve news. Stay connected funny on the AC TJ APP available at I tunes in Google play. 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That's a free class in your area. REGISTERED UH-HUH TA TRAE DOT COM slash. PODCAST received their professional insiders kit for attending. OTA TRADE DOT com slash podcast. This is the TJ show. What's the easiest way to get all our podcast? TJ show out the TJ TJ. Show more show and all our cast. PODCASTS are on our APP at available each weekday after twelve news stay connected funny on the. Act J. APP available at I tunes and Google play a factor for it. I will do it so there was a study study from Portland State University that says the majority of the micro-plastics that are found in our oceans and Well they tested a bunch of clams hamsters and they said the ninety seven percent of the oysters that they harvested had micro-plastics in it which are pieces of plastic. Like three percent of the harvested harvested. Sealife I didn't have micro-plastics Well how do those micro-plastics get in the ocean. A lot of things but a lot of them on the northwest S.. Coast come from Yoga Pants. They're coming off of the fabric. Whatever that fabric is that makes? Yoga Pants is contributing to the micro-plastics plastic in the ocean. But good luck trying to tell people in the northwest or anywhere for that fact that they can't wear yoga pants anymore. You can tell women they can't wear yoga Pants that's not going to go over very well. They will fight you for Yoga Pants. Fleece jackets other sweat absorbing clothes that are frequently worn in that area Portland Portland. Yeah Washington. you know it's not makeup that's causing that's not in that area not at all. Make up our hair products. Tux or anything like that pretty homely looking up in that nice tough in that area where you know. It's true though. Christian Christians are our friend that works for taking classes. You know that's how they look up there in the great northwest. I think it's very. Yeah since the Linda gesture just okay. A northwest crunchy crunch is my wife. Says how peace love and happiness but if your yoga pants killing the oceans economic you stop wearing yoga pants. I highly doubt it even for the people that care about the environment. I don't think it's going to happen because women loved the Yoga Pants but there are things in my life that I would physically fight you for such as a cheese steak like you're not gonNa take cheesecakes away from me. It's I love them. It's my favorite food. She sticks sandwiches cheese steak sandwiches neighboring joy. I would physically fight you for and I'm not a You know violent or violent confrontational person but I would fight you for that. Yeah for sure so other than kids or family members. What would you physically fight for? If somebody tried to take it away from you could like some sort of a luxury or some that you have in your life that you like like like a cheesecake. the pocket watch. My grandfather gave amy right before we die. No you're talking about things that are kind of more at University of q tip Brands Suave exactly. Okay don't try to make me use any of those with the clear stick. Oh Gosh Flimsy clears dig looking. No gotta be that brand executive brand. Stephanie Stephanie says her signed five Finger Death Punch picture and beer bottles that she got from the band hell yeah fight deform. So what do you got one aaa forty-one as TJ or reach out to us at the ACE TJ show. What would you fight for? Somebody tried to take it away from you. Guys have anything Makozi all over really soft police blanket that he's Cinema puffy couch watching crime documentaries your cozy all over Good for you so so so let us know either. Texas call US reach out on social media at at the as TJ show. We'll get your answers in less than ten minutes. Interact with the TJ show social media platforms easily found on the ace and TJ. Half stay connected funny on the. ACT available at itunes and Google play or a TJ coming up it is the TJ show. Check out the new. TJ DOT COM now available as mobile version through the ACE and TJ stay. He connected funny on the ace and TJ APP available parts. What would you find somebody for? They try to take it from you. I'll fight you for it in our friend Christian is here. Casaus has gone. She had to go to a wedding Christian. Had the craziest answer during the commercial break. She goes oh I would fight somebody for this. What is it it is my I childhood pillow? They save replaced pillows like every six months church childhood. Bill hasn't been washed they wash. Oh Yeah I mean it's got the cover. It has pillowcases. It gets washed. Its but you had. Its injured childhood since my childhood and I would definitely fight. Somebody Christian is so bad a though dust mites. Wouldn't mess whether whether there'd be like because they say after a year your whole pillow just turns to dust Mites. I probably need to the dust Mites for my pillow mess S. which not going in there with that woman not mean grey couple if you follow us on twitter at the showroom Daphne said a girl. Jessie said Net flicks will throw down for sure. Yeah at Meth Burrito said thing. I thought you for Blueberry Red Bull. I'll fight you take up your ancestors and I'll fight them to the voice appropriate response for he tweets all the time and I love at-bats ATM Youth Burritos. That's awesome blueberry red bull though. That always comes with that voice right. I'll watch for Jamie. He says baby oil skin needs Haley. Said my collection of mini ear headbands from Disneyworld. I have so many but only wear like the the same two pairs when I go but I can't part with the others the just take up space on my wall I really don't have you know anything like that because because I'm always the type if somebody needed something I would gladly let them have it no matter how important it is to me So I don't know I guess I just don't really fit in with the people who are responding here Reagan's for your little segment. TJ fight somebody for. I can't think of a lot of things Nothing special to me. Judy set her work. Mark snacks keeping them in like the desk drawer. Yeah let's see One Lady said I want her in fact. If you try to take away Chick-fil-a I'm already mad. They're not open on Sundays. Yeah people I know. People get knots about Chick-fil-a Jane how did the Fan beside him. A beside his bed he has it positioned just the way he wants it. And nobody's into the fans. I had one of those one time and married her. The ten thousand maniacs. Okay I say it added brass. That's not even a lie. That's right man. Uh caller twelve is what I call her. My little caller will. That's Great Judy. Lot Lot of pillows childhood blank. Lot of that stuff I do like my adjustable bed. Would that count talking about bedding things. Yeah I wouldn't want anybody to take that away from me. They'd have to be really strong though. It's heavy yeah. Oh here's an interesting one. That's eight he said. I have a notebook notebook with every password. socials et CETERA. For her entire family. You could literally steal my entire family's identity with that one little spiral notebook. That's good Ed. My parents have that Rachel says her triple Blonde iced non fat Caramel macchiato. If I was a brief throw that take your coffee and get the hell out. I'm not interested in. What is it again a triple blonde iced non-fat Komatsu don't even know what that means triple blonde purple? Just mean three times that the coffee. Because isn't that the the base of one of the coffees blonde. Yeah I think it's a flavor but a Karma machi goes its own drink. I don't know what a triple blonde ice non-fat Karma Makihata with and I'm not gonNa say this girl's name. But she posted it on our facebook wall but it said my white sox my Chicago White Sox Spring Training Jersey that one of the players gave to me after we hooked up Ella. Oh I'd say that is a great keepsake to talk about with your diet out the new as TJ dot com now available as a mobile version through the ACE and TJ half. How stay connected funny on the TJ APP available at I tunes in Google play more? Act J. coming up for this is the as TJ show Alexa. Siri Hey Google we're voice ready on all devices vis-a say play. Act Jay here are shows live or on demand. Stay connected funny on the T. J. APP available in itunes and Google play. Great Great Answer the disabled twitter. Somebody trying to take your. She said I won't say who she is but she said if somebody someone tries to take my smoke and are smoking accessories. We are fighting in the street. One hundred percent good for you. I'm assuming that's what she's talking about. Well what kind of other. I mean it would have to be that right because you don't have any accessories to smoke cigarettes. Yeah but she'll be too hot to fight though which I don't know so many tried to take I don't know I don't know how it works. I'm not trashy I'm just kidding fired. I'm kidding I do know how it works but I don't do it. Hannah said Buffalo Wild Wings. Mango Habanero traditional wings. Advice you for those. Why is it not that? Maybe it's just me but it seems like the use of that phrase has to be said with some type of an accent. I've not fact you for that. Ah I got it from you guys used to say that I. It just seems like pass about fancy for five to four. It just seems like it has to be done that voice. Wasn't that your cousin or something. I'll fight you for and we could have been I've heard y'all say it factor for ages cousins or something like that. I'm not saying it didn't happen. So are in Christian is here Hello Casaus had to leave early. She didn't have have to. She just wanted to go into a wedding. WHO has a waiting on a Friday anyway? Is that a norm. Your parents got married on a Tuesday or something they. Yeah Yeah they get. My parents decided to get married on a Tuesday because my grandfather. My Dad's dad was in the Merchant Marines and he he was on out on a boat to Africa or somewhere and it was coming back so they got married on Tuesday in November and then he no showed because he got drunk when the boat came back and forgot so mom had kind of kick the wedding off in a good way. The marriage got off to a great star. They had to pick a Tuesday and then the reason they picked the Tuesday. No Oh showed so Christian. You're not married now. You have a was banned. I have a LASAGNA and Did you have a big wedding. And I can't picture you being a big big wedding. Parley had a really big wedding. You did and was that are because you want it all that somebody else my parents. Yeah my parents come on basically planned and my entire wedding man. I was twenty three years old. I'm using didn't really. It wasn't a thing like you do now. Do you have the The November rain video absolutely getting dressed the miniskirt wedding dress. Firehouse Tesla everything now. It was a very traditional church. Leading is about three hundred fifty people that blows my mind because I cannot pick up picture you protesting that and saying because you're so laid back back and You barely even talked to people at work because you know they're over the Hawk right. That's why we had the big wedding. Not I'm not because you don't talk to US talk to us when you're saying don't talk to the people that we don't like right we. We don't like the same people I understand. We found Common Greg. Everybody outside that door was he didn't get enough for more. Get the the A._C._T.. J. 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"Yeah. The news. It's more important now trending with Riggins on the ace and TJ show. A shocking confrontation in a Starbucks has captured the internet. And it's shocking, we'll get to that and just second book of sad news kit Harrington who was the star of game of thrones with just wrapped up week ago two weeks ago is now at some kind of wellness center to kind of handle some personal demons after the end of game of thrones, he's not doing well, apparently, which is sad because the reaction to the series finale was major majority negative. So I hope it's got nothing to do with that because he's a great actor. And he was great in the show and he spent eight seasons really just being an incredible actor. So if he needs to go to rehab, because people are being so crew, I would that would kill me because he was so fantastic. But, you know, we wish him all the best. Is that what a willingness center is it was all kinds of different wellness centers are like hormone therapy. And spa and things like that. It's a luxury wellness center, but yet, and they handle a lot of different things. But it says he's battling some personal issues personal demons after the end of the show and the reaction to it so tough, you know that can be cruel. Sometimes it happens. There was a confrontation in Starbucks allegedly. This woman Tiffany says just this is crazy. A pregnant woman got her karma makihata and the barista behind the counter said, oh, it's for you. Do you want me to make it a decaf and she says? No, thanks, and he goes, no, I should because caffeine is bad for the baby. The woman says it's fine. I have one a day and he goes, but you shouldn't. Wom- behind that pregnant woman says, are you telling that woman that she should or shouldn't have during pregnancy, and he goes, well, it's just because it's bad for the baby. And that's why I'm saying it. And this. Second woman goes, it's unbelievable. Stop it. And then he tried to continue to justify his position to a complete stranger for five minutes, and he was maybe thirty years old. So is it any of the business of the barista to make suggestion when he sees a pregnant woman, you shouldn't be having decaf or should he just shut his mouth. Mine is business mind your business. The craziest thing of ever heard now this tweet is just kind of blowing up this week. But it apparently happened a few weeks ago, maybe two weeks ago, we can have ago and people are now just starting to see it. But the reactions online are not great. I don't know. I don't even know what to make of that. It's not his business. Yeah. And what ends on my tell him that mine, you're been busy, this woman did the second one, but the pregnant woman was arguing with them, she should have been like dude. Just give or a coworker, jerem business. Do your job is somebody should've stepped in and said, hey, I need you to take a step back. Let me finish this up with about this later, and the way things are positioned now to me, it would be just as bad, if they would have been the thirty year old woman, telling her you don't need caffeine. I'm making this decision for you, but to most people, the fact that it's a guy telling her that makes it even worse. Yes, how dare you. Right. But I would say, how dare you anyway, who it is and is not illegal. I would've said, and I'm also going to step right out here and smoke. Yeah. Just to put it in your face. Really smoke. But just to show you that you mean business. Exactly. And Netflix really quickly there in the news, because they're considering pulling their filming out of Georgia with Georgia's passing of the heartbeat, Bill. Netflix is reconsidering filming anything in the state. So just something to keep an eyeball on if you like Netflix, all those things are trending just looked at up pregnant women should limit caffeine intake to less than two hundred milligrams per day that equal to about one twelve ounce Cup of coffee. Oh, okay. That's what she wanted. I thought that's what I remembered. Correct rogers. Looked it up due to conflicting conclusions from numerous studies. The March of dimes states that until they find out more information about one a day is the limit, and then Chris DM. And says, what if it was cigarette instead of coughing still is none of his business. Oh, none of his biz. Yeah, if you saw would you, it's not illegal understand a woman to smoke a cigarette while she's pregnant, right? Oh, it's none of your business. You may think to yourself dumb dangerous. Whatever. But you gotta mind your own business. Do you look at that person that the pregnant woman smoke in div acknowledged, I mean that's got to be the craziest thing. Knowledge, just look at know that would be tough to not even stare at you. Wanna get you get punched in the face pregnant woman. I understand it mind your business. But that's that would be shocking to see I've seen it really. Yeah. They told me to. Guy here said he should have done what we did back in the day. And just give her decaf LOKI. They would do that. That's what the guy says aims chance really know give her what she ordered not your business. Right. Stay out of it. That's crazy. I can't believe that. We're going to get to know Riggins a little bit better next Reagan's. It's gonna have fifteen seconds to tell us about himself. We're all just going to kind of work together to fill in the blanks. For our new members of the radio family unless. TJ coming up. Are you in the process of divorce, and you finding yourself overwhelmed scared and confused with everything you need to know? 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And now on Alexa, and Pandora now J are. We are getting to know the show this week. All this week at the time you're meeting, one member of the show. Oppose impersonal, brand new members of the radio family one hundred point three kiss FM in Greensburg with food for super super happy about very excited to be apart. Here's how this works today. We meet Reagan's brigands will have fifteen seconds to tell us about himself, then we the show and the members of the radio family, we'll fill in the blanks. Reagan's. If you're ready in fifteen seconds. Tell us about yourself and go antisocial. I am one of three boys. I'm close with my family. I love cheese steaks. I love drinking beer every day. Someone call it a problem whatever. I am. Fast. Yeah. Home. I go out so much. I hope I covered all the bases one triple eight four one to twenty three eighty five one AAA forty-one as TJ, RDM's, Facebook Twitter, whatever and let us know whatever it is. You think everybody needs to know about Riggins whether it's something personal or a story that we need to share to kind of catch people today to what life is all about? Okay. For one. His family is from Chicago and his dad speaks this way, a bri- get over here and will play catch grab your mic. Let's play ball. Let's go and his mom brain. I need you a meat loaf, and it's in the back seat of the car put it in a cooler. That's one of the coin. Often ribs mom will make hit thirty one thirty one and about to be thirty two and a few weeks and Regan's mother will make him lunch. He doesn't ask for it. She just makes it and brings it to work, and then we'll call him and tell them. Hey, stop by my car. Get your meals out of the, the, the back seat of my car. Yeah. His family is very, very Catholic so much so that his mom works for the Dallas sees which I'll call it the dialysis. Yeah. That's what it's called he went to Catholic school until he was. How old were you in middle school? And you went was fourteen when I went into public high school. Yeah, I a school. I saw fight and somebody stole my shoes. Things that never happened him before. Pick me up and took my shoes off not shoes. He had in his gym bag for later. The shoes he was. Off the ground and took my shoes off. Went home with no shoes. My mom had to call the school on the first you wanna make an impression as new kid have your mom call the school on the first day someone took his shoes. Riggan wasn't intern on the show and got his name because when he first started with us, he had long hair much looked exactly like just not as baulky as. Tim Riggins the character on Friday night, lights. So he was he was an intern. And then he stayed around hung out a little bit after that, when you do that with interns, and then he left the show and graduated from college UNC Charlotte, go forty Niners. And then. At hard time, putting together in the real world. Without the J show. When an opening opportunity became available. We heard back, he was only it was just a few months. He was actually gone from the show. What? Maybe year. Yeah. All right. So do you still? And I'm asking this because I don't know. It's not rhetorical, meaning question you ask when you already know the answer. Do you still consider this your dream job like you used to? Oh, yeah. Okay. Oh, yeah. Good. What's better than this? I mean, really what else are you going to do is more fun than do you get to be yourself? We have to be yourself and see that people actually would like you, if you got out and talk to them. Yeah. And quite often if we one of us are anyone in reality were to invite Reagan's for something rather than tell, you know, he just doesn't respond. Don't take your. That's true. He just one answer because he doesn't hurting people's feelings and telling them. No, but he doesn't like going to things with people. So he just pretend like it never happened. He doesn't mind hurting. My fam-. I guess I'm not special enough for you to just avoid. I remember being eight trend into Goshi it out of a sleepover. I'll come over, but I have to sleepover throughout to stave. So my daughter was ever too. I mean I could stay a long time but I wanna sleep in my bed in my wife's. I can you believe that I said, she has a sleep number bed? Yeah. Doc. You believe that she didn't want to, you know to lay down on the floor on air mattress? Spoiler trip elected, four one to twenty three eighty five one triple eight forty one as TJ or in some of the ones that are coming on social media so far are excellent. As we get to know Reagan more next. Uh-huh. Are you ready for everything and nothing all the time? Hey, it's Jillian me from my podcast ace, at large knew each Thursday at twelve noon through itunes and Google play. Looking for spectacular deals on spring break in summer travel, emailer travel, agent, Michelle at travel at ace, TJ dot com and follow Acer large on Twitter hashtag, as at large. Hey, it's TJ and I wanna tell you about my recent stay at the Ballantyne. You know, the second you walk in, you know, you're in a fancy hotel is not only beautiful, but the staff goes out of their way to make sure you have the most luxurious experience of your life to go to the Ballantyne dot com and see all the great things you can enjoy everything from their spa to golf. They're beautiful pool. Fine restaurant and everything else, a true luxury hotel provides. So book your stay now at the Ballantyne dot com. I really think you're gonna love it. Funny with the Ason TJ show on subscribe on, I tunes or simply search with Alexa, it's the ACT J show on demand. Now CJ. Getting to know Riggins today. The radio family have responded in a big way things. Things wanted to know about Riggan. Joel about. We have new members of the radio family were super proud to be a part of. One hundred point three kiss FM in Greensboro enough, which we wanted to be a part of forever until they try to stiff us for subscription fee. The. So I mean that's three dollars a month. We need. We don't play. So here are a couple of suggestions. Don't forget to mention Riggins wet. I think the only half of this is true. She said, Riggins doesn't like kids and never data woman that has any, it's not that you don't like kids. He just does it want to date a woman with kids. I love kids. I've got nieces and nephews all over the place. I've got some maybe some love children out there. Who knows? No, I love kids. I'm great with kids. I just don't want to date, anybody kids. Yeah. I don't think you want me like I don't think you won't me help raise children. And then she also had also get to mention that Regan's is a sexy and then expletive. Oh after that we sexy. Hey, tell any story about how Riggins brother says the word physical Riggins has an older brother, who told Regan that younger brother that he was better than them, how physically emotionally financially and spiritually better than you. Keeps you check. You need to know that Riggins is slightly immature for his age, maybe slightly sheltered. But he has a very kind soul. Yeah. I would agree. I'm probably immature. I agree with that everyone needs that Riggins has some of the best impressions ever. So there are couple that people have listed one his bro impressionist spot on hashtag. He could be my best friend. Yeah. Let's start. Start. I knew you back in twenty done hell. L GB's in the backyard. Someone else said, do, please, mention anything that involves Reagan's being able to use the word pretty girl. Oh, yeah. I'm let the print the girl and somebody said in case you missed it last hour. Please have Reagan's talk about his newest impression his dog Walker. Oh, lady walks his. This is from El Salvador. I wanted you so fat. It's a shame you so fat because you. Thanks. He loves bicycle shorts wearing them, right? Especially with the big pad in them. Always feels like he's riding on a saddle. Yeah. Loves that. What else they didn't know Reagan's gets blotchy when he's embarrassed. The last one may not be true. They can't drive to the airport. You got over that, though. You can now right? There was a time Regan's wouldn't would never anytime. We had to fly he would never drive to the airport. Somebody had to drive figure he was skirt doesn't go to the pediatrician anymore. Or do you Stu? I don't go to the PD. But I would if I could ages made him not going, let's he hit thirty going to his pediatrician. Rob says Robin is Techni rob. Who does the production of the show? We say he's more talented than he will ever admit. Yeah. Oh, please. He's, he's pretty humble you kidding me? No. I think he is he's, he's a disaster complete diva rob complete diva and definition of comforts on what like he like he is comfort zone, like if you wanted to know what it looks like look at him. And that's. Superhero. That Ryan Reynolds superhero pool. That's the kind of superhero name you've got comforts. And Reagan's point. He doesn't want to be the leader. Yeah. No. What am I favor quotes ever, why blaze a new trail when some is already cut a path? Super gum. They need to know according to Griffin here that Riggins is known to get the occasional case of quote unquote the hot button hot button. And I'm telling you since I was like ten years old. I've been getting like everyday. A thing I live with. It's like, you know, may be to know how Reagan got called fat boy at the nail salon, all my God. That was hurtful of the classic rigged stories on the show. Hey, five boy, you want to keep your skin fat? Are you kidding me? Shaving the skin off my heel, you want keep your skin fat boy. To pick on. I'm leaving. Alabama. Thanks a lot. Now, you know, a little bit about Riggins. This is the TJ show. Hey, if you're living under your step mom's roof, you gotta go by your step mom's orders. Even if her disciplinary measures carry on after you're an adult. How'd she ended up in jail, his so funny, tell you next all the TJ show now at one triple eight forty one as C J wanna save up to seventy five percent on domestic or international airline tickets. Then call low cost airlines for prices. So low, we can't publish them. Call eight hundred two eight seven forty seven sixteen eight hundred two eight seven forty seven sixteen. Up on the ACT J show. Sasser pass replayed. A game called smasher pass in the past. But this time SAS is in the hot seat. It's gonna be fun and we're gonna learn a lot about fast. And what she finds hot in what she does not. About thirty minutes. Rooms. If she wants to oh, she wants. As women named Valerie, branch Galloway in key, Largo, Florida, actually, her name is Valerie branch Galloway, and she lives in Largo, floor, her step son, got home, thirty minutes after his curfew Sunday night, so she grabbed her belt and she just wore him out, gave him a spanking like nobody's business. Her house her rules. He's twenty six years old. Twenty six years old. She. She struck him eleven times across his, his adult man. But. Before he told her to stop. She said, no, you thirty minutes late. So you get thirty quick, quote unquote, licks. Net meant there were nineteen to go sass. Oh, okay. Math. Attraction. So he did what any self respecting man would do and he called the cops that her arrested for domestic battery, which may yet which. Mom, but that may some up. Exactly why he's still living with her twenty six with a curfew, and she's not even big baby. Now he's twenty six and still living with his step mom, and she's hot and they got something going on. Then you could understand came. You. But she's not lesser hard. But I mean. Twenty six and you're gonna stay in there and let somebody spank you with a belt and not pay for it ahead of time. You know what I'm saying? Something's wrong. I wonder she's? Pants down, and let me spank you. Something so he's twenty six a has occurred. A few be, let's her spank him six times with belt before stopping. I I'm not. This is dumb. Twenty six years old. Doesn't say where is dad wasn't that? What I'm wondering does the dad live there. Does he just live with the step? Mom. I don't think lives there if this is going on. He's not in the picture. So it says in the extended report here that he picked the licks meaning. The he picked the number of lifts that he wanted with the belt or either. He said she said, you can either take the licks or you can be out or something. What are, you know, kinda school? It used to be when we were kids when they could spank people at school. You got sent to the principal's office. Sometimes they would say, all right, you get three weeks with the paddle or three days suspension. And most of the time, you take the, the paddle always take the paddock has, then you can go back to class after that you just be, you know, sore, but. But he's twenty six years old at each of the take licks from his step mom because he was thirty minutes late for his curfew. You're twenty six years old. She, like, if you're twenty six years old and have a curfew reevaluate your life. Now, if she would go to jail, she would have a story going in nobody would wanna mess with her. She, she had a twenty six year old this. She was spanking. She was whipping, and he was so scared he called the cops and she's bad. I'm not messing her in here while we're just a bunch of caged, heat running around. She's going to be ruling things in prison. It's all weird is so weird. Everyone involved in this are but I'm dying now to find the oldest person in this radio family with a curfew on it's gotten a thank. A phone win like a bad Spain. Right. And wrong playful. If he she made him take his belt off for it. Give me your bills. I was thinking like pig your switch there. So they're saying it may have to come back to this later. Coming up on now trending with Riggins. What are Philo 's? They're going to dominate your thoughts for the rest of the day that I promise you details now trending in less than ten minutes. You're connected funny with your funniest friends. Jay next. News. And then there's the important stuff the stuff that's trending. All right. We'll get to the hottest thing of the day. But first of all, happy, national paper clip day. Abra cliff invented in eighteen sixty seven stuck around. I don't know why I have zero use for paper clip. It's not as good as a staple. And the only time I ever used paper, I think the last time I used it was to clean out bowls when I was in college like smoking, smoking weed, and you'd use paper clip and clean it out. I'm ten most got a paper clip. Clean out the res-. Is gonna save the res- did from you Reagan's take a key hit ever smoked Razov a key. No, no good. Two. I don't even know how that would work. What do you mean smoke? Res- off of key. So res- is what is in the bowl after you smoke it, it's like are black, and it stinks. And if you were in, you didn't have weed and you were like Ed down on your luck you could take a key, and you could scrape the inside of the bowl, and it would you'd have a little bit of this tar on the end of the key. And then you would just basically hold your face over it, light it, and then inhale inhale the fumes coming off the smoke off, and you can go to get some kid, but it's. I mean it's so silly. And I never did that. But I'm just saying you could. Okay. Not stupider than Hawkin Hawkin. It was like when you're smoking a joint any damp the Roach at the end you while it was still lit, you. So dumb, but college doesn't sound. All of intellectual fund. Pocket, bro hawk it. All right. I'm done with this. So dumb fans are getting too close to the frog more cottage, where which is where Meghan Markle and Prince, Harry limp because they live on the frog more state, which is semi public. So people are just kind of wandering too closely to where the new royals live and the, the what do you call that? The Royal family, the Royal family. The roy. Yeah. Whatever the Royal in inquisition, whatever that is having a big problem with it. But that's what you get. When you have your entire family living on one piece of land that semi public, you know, so the, she's an American, so they ought to have more security around her. She's more important that I agree. I agree. She is SAS. No, that's not a shocking. An American is more important than any other. You know, many other Brit it's over there. She needs to be taken over that family. Uh-huh. Oh, she is. Because she's an American right? Tolliver. What are Philo that's the new cereal that has kind of taken off online? There haven't been any commercials for this yet. But I've seen this picture everywhere in the last twenty four hours on every social media platform made by general mills, they are cream-filled cereals. So they're basically a crunchy outside with a soft vanilla cream on the inside make a Pillsbury cinnamon roll type with a vanilla cream in the middle. And they also make a Hershey's cookies and cream filled Philo cereal about this the other day when what was the other cereal that had that had come out, and I said, they're making cereal with the Pillsbury cinnamon rolls as the model for them. Yeah, I didn't know about the chocolate ones, but I knew the cinnamon roll ones with the cream so it'd be like a cinnamon roll crunchy cereal on the outside, and then that icing type stuff from the Pillsbury cinnamon rolls inside yet. We always like cocoa Krispies were unhealthy. But I mean they're just taken cereal to the next level in. It's just there's nothing interesting value. And then, you know. You know what? People go crazy over this because they feel deprived and all other areas. Everything's gotta be healthy and watch this and sugar intake, people making laws in their towns that you gain have sugary beverages over this many ounces. This is like, you know, same way Hardee's is our, our burgers, still going to be big and juicy and you eat a ton of if you want them to you want to come here, his product for you in your face food police take this food polices lease. It's. We got a new game to play with SAS. It's called sass or pass a new take on the classic smash past game. You're gonna love it in less than ten minutes. The TJ show podcast, are you away to stay connected. Funny shows over more show, total recall, TJ in thirty and cast shows are all available through tunes, and most other podcasts services. TJ show coming up. You're connected funny with your funniest friends. This is the TJ show. Day. All right. Randy game. So we know the game smasher pass big on the internet, a couple of years ago where you just go down the list of YouTubers, and you talk about who you smash pass, like you know what that means for Japan on them or would you smash? So I thought it would be fun to do a combination of celebrities along with show members, the SAS only, so we're gonna find out, who SAS would smash and who she would pass them. Thrones. Majestic ideas like this is our majestic, you'll grace. I'm head of the king. All right. So we're just going to run through these really quickly SAS would you smash or pass Leonardo DiCaprio? Sas you playing like SAS. Okay. Facet up, David Beckham SAS Johnny Depp fast. Really? Yes. Edward Scissorhands and feel free to jump in here. If you think her opinions wreck whacked out of well I mean, I was kind of with her until she said, Edward Scissorhands. So is it Edward Scissorhands, you would say or is it Johnny? Yeah. Johnny debt. That is like that character. Okay. He's cool. He's very innocent. Wait a loved it love how he dress, filthy. Look like Stein. Ben Affleck, now current pass Robert Pattinson from twilight, SAS Shiloh buff pass if gross good. Good answer. Next, Harry styles. Pass. Really what I've never thought he was hot mates would. Nipple next. I wanna see it. Yeah. Ace wants to say I love that album huge hairstyles fan. Knowle's age. Yeah. Harry. Growing ceus. Mark Wahlberg pass really. Yeah. To because he's short or old both, but the height for sure. Johnny dips older than than Mark Wahlberg. I think yeah it's not really the age thing it's the height. Yeah. I didn't know SAS was crazy into height like she's. Anything if you're my height or anything, lower it's not gonna work you five. Drake. Pass Robert Downey junior. Past Orlando bloom. Ooh, facet up Nick Jonas. Joe jonas. Definitely sat. He's better than Kevin Jonas. Sure. I don't wanna leave one of the brothers. Yeah. Kevin. Right. Chris pine that. He was what it was. Chris pine. He was on second. Let's just gives them too big. Oh, definitely. Sas Adam LeVine. Riggins. Go. Right. Jake Jilin hall. No, he's say no. He's Justin Bieber. Channing Tatum SAS. Is he your number one? New game called who wouldn't? She says. It's the rock. Yeah, I sent into that one. Well, that's all we could pick me up. Down. He carried all of. The Dunkin donuts. He loves those. The rock. I'm just trying to get a feel of what staff is interested in that way. We can sort of coal down. I mean number people very attractive ochre celebrities when you were working pretty elite company. They're yeah, they're not regular dudes superstars. All right. So you're also asking her when she hasn't been in relationship. Okay, pretty much all she thinks about longtime guy that just came out of our dumpster. He'll say. That tall guy coming out of the dumpster with the bag on his. Trash. He still don't smell better than Johnny, Dan. I wanna hear the TJ show and stay connected funny later today, ace and TJ twenty four seven is the show, replayed, all day through the ACT J app, sponsored by Papa John's downloaded on high tunes, Google play and Amazon more. Eysenck TJ, neck. The TJ show podcast are your way to stay connected funny, after the show's over more show. Total recall ace and TJ in thirty and cast shows are all available through I tunes, and most other podcasts services Dow as it TJ. There's another clip. It's this become the thing a weatherman. Scolding the people of Ohio. Because they had to break in for tornado updates Monday night during the bachelor, this is apparently I guess the thing to do now for weatherman these days range between you and the tornado. I was just taking social media. We have fewer complaining already just go back to the show. No, we're not going back to the show folks. This is a dangerous situation. Okay. It's nice right? Thinking about this. This was your neighborhood. I'm sick and tired of people complaining about this our job here is to keep people safe. And that is what we're gonna do. So many you complain that this is all about my ego. Stop. Okay. Just stop right now. It's not I'm done with you people. I really Fetig. Sit dangerous situation here. All right. I'm sorry. I did that. I'm just it just really bothers me that we have people that don't care about other people's safety around here. That's just ridiculous. And I'm bit stopped. Yeah. To that social media meanness people are dome. In. Yeah. Mike interrupted the bachelor. For some tornado message come. Must have been winning right? Because women are watching the bachelorette tweeting. But ace stabbed change it. You have formally studied the TV broadcasting, and everything you your degree covers all of that. I'm just a radio flunky, but that that's not what a TV personality is supposed to do in, in a serious situation. You just ignore that, and keep moving forward, giving the information, don't let it get all emotional. You're, they're trying to help people just help people don't let your emotions get the best because I mean, look at me grabble. Decorum and professionalism, that I bring here every day, one never allowing minor emotions to get in the way of my performance, what we should all strive for, I would think, in life, but we're silly radio show. We're, we're silly radio show in entertains people for us to bleed all over them. You know what I'm saying? Phrase, the show will bleed all over you see the radio show. We'd have been calling them by name, you know, like yeah, MARCY from Pensacola, shut up. Forehead. We start your hairline comment on their profile pictures, working. In a hurricane with that hair. Do you got going? Your Twitter profile pic, so much freedom, not have to worry about credibility is what I'm saying. I love it. And that's why TV people are always jealous of successful radio people. Yeah. Why you built like that shaped like a tornado yourself? When you. You're in college. That was your nickname tornado. You know what? Errol. Day to come on here and say, yeah, they could do a segment on the TV every night, just call it. If this were radio their complete with this radio, I would say, I'm not going to say, do you, but I would say to you before you send me nasty messages, you should do something about that outfit. If you say that, if you really wanna see clowns pile out of a tiny car put a TV camera on a radio person. Oh, yeah. Or a group of radio people then that's when you really see it. Yep. And wacky crazy stuff. They never do on the radio show. But you put TV cameras zany. What I'm saying is that we're the only people in, in all of broadcast which is what I'm saying. I didn't want to come out and say it but, you know, to TJ meantime, not me. This. Something to change his. I'm kidding connected funny. With the ACT J show or. You're connected funny with the ace TJ show, real quick. I love this guy. Fiftieth tweet. At ace at large is my Twitter and. He just hey guys, I've been a time listener. This is my first time writing. I just wanted to share a hilarious sign. I ran across a work for a local sheriff's office and had to go to one county over to conduct an investigation. And it's too. And when I entered the trailer park, this sign was posted at the entrance this is from SAS his hometown. Good old Goldsboro North Carolina. And it's a long white sign on a telephone pole and the sign looks to be probably three feet tall with red lettering, whites on read Letterman, it says private street. No pets no drug dealers. No horse allowed no parking or drinking in the street. Please turn down music. No solicitors. Thank you. Oh, no. Goldsboro. Ona. St. no pets no drug dealers. A whole lot. Because sometimes, you know, you have to have to post that right people won't know. Yeah, I always just, you know, working under the assumption that anytime there's a sign like that. That means you've had to deal with them. It's like that golf course I went to the day and she walked out of the clubhouse it had a sign above the door that said shirt must be kept on while on course at all times. Okay. Well, apparently, there's a reason for that. Nine so, so did he mean prostitute or just laying of the I go with? I'd go with emit prostitute. All right. Because otherwise it's gonna hurt. Somebody's feelings. 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"G santi willin subic podcast. That's a good point from our marcus spears. We're gonna dig into a story that really does boggle. The mind as we hit friday on keyshawn jay williams zubin presented by progressive insurance. All of our guests in the goodyear hotline. So here's the headline. We're going to start with something sweet at his valentine's day weekend but what's the fellows. Were just talking about different. Freddie coleman to spears and others was how to two guys that have never once ever been on an nfl sideline dominating the nfl discussion like. Nobody else never coached in an nfl. Game urban meyer crystal. If you don't know the ladder we'll get into it in just a second but it is the biggest story in the big sport in this country but before before we go in and we're gonna go hard 'cause we were talking about this yesterday so brace yourself. It's going to be a good conversation. We're getting ready for valentine's weekend and keys to love are on the way they will be on the way. We'll give some love advice and change my voice there. It'll be fun callers. Call in and Tweet a tweet questions at us and do all the instagram. All the social media stuff in me and jay. We'll try to give and you as well zubin. We'll try to give some love advice. You know whether it's taken them out. Where do you take them to dinner. What are you buy. do you buy anything. And it doesn't have to be. You know you could be tangled in an entanglement so to speak. Jay angelman tangled in a tangle moment in. We may be able to help you get out of that entanglement so don't be shy as long as as long as you use the ninety s. R&b voice so every segment. No we character. We certainly will have some arm be planning the background. Don't worry that's coming after dark. Coming up in forty three minutes. So brian mcknight. If you're listening. Get on the horn. Eight eight say big dream. Come true okay next to here again. let's go. We started back at one. We can start back with crystal prizes might is right though. He's to be right though. Be faced ninety all against the pricing. You probably oh man. All that man. We find out what you giving me chills been. Let me find out. You got candles in the cribs. I don't need to. I'll can dispense advice. I don't need it so it about forty three minutes from now. We'll get into the keys for love. I'm surely love to love yes. He's too low. yeah sorry. sorry zuber's shawn's keys to love. So here's the question. Did the jaguars screwed up yesterday. Let's run through this story. Some of you saw this and that's the nature of what we do here right. Something hits in the nfl. It's like the tipping point. Everybody's talking about it within ten seconds. But let's run through this for those. That are not aware the story just waking up this morning thanks for being with us as always crystal for twenty one. Years was the strength and conditioning coach at the university of iowa largely seen as one of the best strength and conditioning coaches in the country at a position that is valued extremely highly in college football. He was making about nine hundred thousand dollars a year however after an investigation last june. That essentially said the i will. Football program had racial bias in disparities in the program back for over a decade in which more than fifty players most of them african american complained about the treatment that they were getting from doyle said that he's got to go the university. Give him a one point. One million dollar separation agreement at this current point he and head coach kirk parents demanded hired him or still facing a lawsuit from thirteen former players. Around the racial discrimination. This is not over chris. Doyle has done an unbelievable job. There have been fifty five players from iowa that have been drafted into the national football league in the last fifteen years all under his watch. He was hired despite all of that yesterday. Urban meyer who you probably know is no stranger to controversy. This is coach. Meyer on how careful they were before making this move. I vetted them thoroughly. Along with our general manager and owner feel great about the higher about his expertise at that at that position so we've added them thoroughly and and sports is going to be a high priority as it as it really in the last. Probably own ten years really. Certainly it'll have state that became if not the most important you guys know. My relationship with coach muratti at ohio state but this whole from strength training a training room physical therapy sports psychology nutrition that all funds falls under the sports performance team unbrella and i wanted to get the best of the best psychology. Just as quickly get say. Sorry i'm jay jay. I'm sorry i'm sorry man. I like literally as soon as he said that so weird. I've been around too long. We've been around each other too long now when he says sports psychology. First thing i said is sports psychology. So i guess you hired him to use sports psychology on the players interesting. I just i soon. As he said that go is open quickly. Dimension coach mickey mariotti is urban buyers. Right hand man. It was for many many years at ohio state just to again emphasize how important this position is. I also want to mention that part of the reason this higher was made. Is that the university of iowa is a developmental program as i mentioned fifty five draft picks and fifteen years all under there are currently thirty six iowa hawkeyes in the nfl and believe it or not seven of them are first round draft picks including one of the great stories. He just retired. This is how iowa fines guys. Chad greenway keyed. You remember chad greenway. Absolutely he played for the minnesota vikings. He played eight man. Football in south dakota. Let me say that again. Eight man football town was so small. You couldn't have eleven guys on each side so they had eight when he was done with chris doyle and the university of iowa he was first round draft pick. I will is a developmental program key. The jags are one in fifteen day of developmental roster. I'm not saying it's right saying it's wrong. But he told guys. I will come in as a pile of clay. Turn you into a an honest and we'll send you to the nfl and what your wants to take that developmental tack that he had for twenty years at iowa and make sure in year one in jacksonville. it's in. I'm not saying it's right. There's a ton of baggage. but that is myers rationale. He could have all the rationale that he wants I have a lot of respect for urban. Meyer been on every reminder for forever. I mean he recruited me so but i am disappointed in urban meyer. At this point you know when you look marcus. Spears said it yesterday. He said it again As we played his clip from yesterday on our show you look at the climate. And you look at what we've gone through in his country over the last four years all of the the that just negative stuff that we've had to deal with black white purple green. Whatever we've had to deal with in now because you wanna win football games you have now hired someone. Who was you. call it whatever you want to separate it. From the teen island university settled out came to an agreement. No fired fired fired even though that wasn't the agreement tech. Well let's technically but let's be real with each other. They gave him one point one million dollars to go away because he was do eight hundred thousand and then he had another whatever three months left so they made at one point one over fifteen months so they gave him a settlement to go away. You look at you go well. Why is that because whatever the allegations were. They obviously didn't want to stay in the program so much that they kind of said you go away. Here's your money because when you have fifty players accusing you of something it isn't all race. He's not calling everybody. The inward is just the treatment of players. All of those sorts of things that went on at iowa you made the decision to go out in hire him because you've vetted him you also vetted exact smith who's your former wide receiver coach at ohio state and at florida because he could recruit very well and it was all about winning football games. And you wanna make this higher this higher when you're entering into the nfl. And you want people to believe in you and believe in your program. Chris doyle was dealing with seventeen. Nineteen year old kids in college. And when you dealing with those types of kids in college you could strike fear in them because they're trying to get to the next level to save to to basically help their families and do things like that. But i'll finish it on the other side because we gotta get to break. We do and i wanted jays opinions on this. I know he's hot on it. You guys to top level athletes. You understand what strength and conditioning really means but you also understand how you have to treat people with respect the last thing i would say before we go to break. I just want to say something about this kids that remain an iowa. Nobody's talking about them. This is an interesting cultural note. And i just want to mention. This is very much not being in. The discussion crystal was replaced on the interim basis by a guy name. Raymond braithwaite and raymond. Braithwaite is african american. And that's important. The majority of your players are doyle is out and right now as interim replacement is a much younger african american guy. It's most important that the players feel comfortable and when we return. I will tell you a couple of things about the football program. I covered them for years. I will tell you a couple of things about the football program. You will be stunned here. And that's how we start today start. Today's brought to you by indeed visit indeed.com/credit to hire people fast on the way after all this news has urban. Meyer already lost the locker room before his first team meeting jays. Strong thoughts key ways in next in honor of president's day del deliver savings to help. America's small businesses get more done office anywhere with up to fifty percent off the laptops desktops and servers with intel core processors. An top brand electronics plus refresh now with flexible financing options. Call eight seven seven s dell for dell technologies adviser. Who can help you find the right tip. That's eight seven seven ask dell or visit dell dot com slash president's day. Do you own or rent your home. Share you and i bet it can be hard work. You know it's easy. 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No stranger to controversy hired him and obviously now it's become a huge brouhaha. It's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk. Wireless j. wanna get to your point. But i just want to mention really quick off the jump for. Everyone thinks this exploded. Because of chris doyle it didn't. It exploded because one of his former players. Daniels is now in the nfl. On june fifth of last year tweeted this and then the powder keg happened quote. There are too many racial disparities. In the i will football program. Black players have been treated unfairly for far too long. That was an open ended statement. And that got everything going with doyle. J let me tell you this right off the jump. I covered the program for a long time. Did you know that until the last couple of years you could not as a man wearing earing in the iowa football facility. You could not do that. If you're a woman that worked in football administration you could up until the last couple of years. They have relaxed. Regulations on wearing hoodies. I was there fifteen sixteen years ago. None of that was happening coach. Doyle has been there for twenty years coach farance. His boss has been there for twenty one j only in the last couple of years. Who'd you wear an earring and hoodie team. Shoot gear. i get all that stuff. The team issued gear hawk football. I'm talking like a regular hoodie. It's cold it's got on like you have on. That was not allowed to be worn in the iowa football facility until the last couple of years. This is what we're talking about the story but there's a lot of undercurrents here j. Kiki imagine sports psychology. Course with chris doyle a one if i were hemming and you were just do your sanath. Lean i just had my mic. Get out can here. And i just kept spinning it like the tea in the movie. Get out this. Hey you're going to a sunk in place key. It's this is the most disappointing thing. I've seen all week and the anthem was one but this is different because this is hey if you everyone is redeemable key as long as they bring value add to my football program from a winning standpoint everyone's redeemable that's that's the mindset of urban meyer and. I know that you talked. About zack. Smith and the way. He handled that situation down the stretch. It was almost. I even think urban meyer thought. There was anything that he handled that wrong. At the end of the day with that that was that was what made it so problematic. And here's what. I will tell you that i know people make decisions like this sometimes in business because it's about the bottom line and it's about winning games but let him say something the wrong way to a grown man. This ain't college you know when you're in college sometimes you won't say what's really on your mind because you'll be you'll be afraid to lose your opportunity but when you get to the pros and key guys have kids guys. Have families guys have their own money in the bank account. Let you say something like that to me. Well what did the five fingers say to the base slap. Almost the hell out of you. We're going it's going to end up being. It's going to be a way bigger deal. If if he slips up it'll be a bigger indictment on urban meyer. Well that's what saying before we went to break when you're dealing with kids. That are trying their best to families at the next level and the only opportunity is the scholarship so i could display my talents for the football guys out there and the nfl to take a look and things that nature. So i gotta kinda total certain line. I don't want bad information. Put out there about me are kinda wanna just fall into line and just get this nightmare overweight as you can see. Fifty players went on to the national football league. Because i mean they went on to kinda just. I dunno bypass some of the things that was going on until they felt like they could say something in they finally started to come out and say it and you hit it right. J yes you in a locker room with professional athletes that make millions of dollars that have money in the bank. They don't need chris doyle at all whatsoever soda moment that he slips up and it may not even it. He may not even say anything to the degree of racism. He may just say something that ticks them because they think he said some because of his history and never get sick benefits. he'll never get the benefit of the doubt walking into that building when they go into that building whenever that is if they start their off season conditioning program. I can almost promise you. He's not going to get the benefit of the doubt for many other black players that are in there because of the history. The stories out there. Now it's uncovered if people would say all that's wrong. It shouldn't be that way. No no no again. I go back to what happened at iowa. They gave him one point one million dollars for a reason. They asked him to leave the program for a reason and when they do that that says something and urban. Meyer hasn't felt the mistake that he just made yet. Yes he's he's been on for twenty years. It checked all right. He wasn't prosecuted of anything. I get all at all. That is cute language. Use but i can promise you. It's going to be very difficult to convince guys that this individual and chris doyle who's the strength and conditioning performance enhancing coach psychological. Whatever all the stuff that you use to describe him that he is going to be hard for these players to buy in to a guy like that. I just don't understand why aren't the tonality of urban. Meyer was very authoritarian. Well i know the guy for twenty years. And i begged him so. This is where it is. Well wait a second. Why is it the way it is a have. You made this decision. Based upon the current climate of where we are as a country. Why have you given this guy another chance when it seems like no other college would ever give him a chance. Those are the kinds of things. It's you can't come into the pros running it like you. Were run ohio state football. You don't have full autonomy here. You have so many other players. That are your partners. You know when you're in college. You're a dictator. You tell people what happens. When you go to the pros you have to be collaborative. That tonality needs to change the way you need to talk needs to change. I'm surprised that he did it. Dress that up in a different way well. Urban has been a football coach for life right but he's never been in the nfl football coach so he doesn't really know how to address the professional not the college guy trying to be a professional but a professional dancer professional has been a professional for a very long time. The mindset changes for us. Athletes will be when we become pros. We're not the same as we were in college. We listened to you different in college than we do in a pros. Your words mean something different in college than they do in a pros and he has yet again to hold a team meeting to hold training camp minicamp. Ota's he's yet to do any of those things in one of the first artists. A business for him was to hire someone to oversee his strength and conditioning program. And you found. Chris doyle when i'm sure there's many other guys that have done a tremendous job at their schools or even in the professional ranks that you could have hired but you hired somebody who who now has brought light to your program and people are watching the jacksonville jaguars even more now. Especially the athletes that are into prose that you may have to go sign with all that money in free agency the draft picks. They ain't got no choice but to go play for you. The guys in free agency is that are currently on the roster there you gotta now appease them if figure out that they like chris doyle i know the majority of you're listening on the radio but when i made that comment about the earring you should have seen the look on jay's face it does say something last thing i'll say this is the most important thing about urban meyer right. Think about this. I'm sorry to laugh those ubi. But could you tell me. I can't wear an earring in a hoodie. That's crazy to me just telling you. That's how i kid that is crazy to me. They have relaxed. Because i wouldn't go to the school. They know them. I don't care. Because i guess memorials is just different when it comes to stuff like that last thing i would say about my. Are you guys both brought up. Zac smith the embattled assistant the sexual assault charges. Here's what mayer is always thinking. Okay control chaos and always win when he had all of his issues at florida. With aaron hernandez with percy harvard. With other people he came out on the other side. Do you know what happened. The season zac smith happened. They won the rose bowl. All this stuff. They won the rose bowl and the final game of the season ohio state. It and meyer walked out of college so he knows. Whether you're controversy is swinging about this whatever's people are saying about doyle every single time. He has faced adversity florida ohio state. He is always come out on the other side as a winner on the field. I'm not saying he's a winner. A winner on the field and he doesn't think there's any reason it won't happen again straight. Talk wireless no contract no compromise around the league next. Qb or not qb sizing up one division with the team that just shipped away a guy that was in the super bowl not too long ago. Patience is short and the not for long keys to love. I'm gonna do some work for you. Meghan judge. I'm going to do the marketing keys keys. 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Your boyfriend girlfriend doesn't matter. I'm here to help equal opportunity eight say. Espn eight eight eight seven to nine. Three seven seven six. We will find out about you. Finding a little more every day probably should be pulling back to now. It's time to go. Qb to qb and then calls on your cutie. that's nice. Thank you shakespeare here. We go so if you're just joining us over the last couple of days we've been running through each division in the national football league talking about their starter and essentially saying what's the deal. What's the biggest pressing question about starter in this division and then key and j. will respond to get some expert analysis as well. I'm not saying he doesn't have expert analysis. We'll get additional expert analysis. Okay so here we go. Today's division is the nfc west and you might have heard a couple of days ago. A guy that is known for towing the line his entire. Nfl career decided not to step out a little bit. An order of division finish. The seahawks wanted to. Let's start with russell. Wilson earlier this week on the dan patrick show on talking about potential. Rusk trade rumors. Yeah i definitely believe the guy calls for sure. I didn't think that you know. I think anytime. You're a player that tries to produce every week and has done it for consistently. I think people are gonna call for sure. And i think it's part of the process your franchise quarterback you're a hall of fame quarterback you're not available or yeah well i'm not sure if i'm available or not. That's a at the seahawks. Also i think more than anything else is You know. I think the end of the day. You wanna win united. Play this game everyday to wake up to win. You play this game to be the best in the world. you know what i hate. I hate sitting there. Watching other guy played again. Yeah well russell wilson's not going anywhere. He's he's gonna be seattle seahawk it until the end of his career. I think when you look at it. The frustrations have said he certainly should have some sort of advice or opportunity to participate in some of the moves that they make any off season especially at the skill position. He russell lied to us right there. He said. I can't tell you if i'm gonna be moved. That's seattle question. No it's not you see. What the shawn watson russell. Wilson really wanted to leave seattle. He could find a way to get out of seattle. he's not going to leave seattle. But you know what. I can't take anything. Russell says seriously anymore if you've seen his modern love issue. Have you seen these gay. Have you seen these photos of him. No need you to google russell. Wilson g. q. Modern lovers issue. And you tell me what you think. Okay you what you think i will. I didn't see it. But i will. He's on it right now. Sierra mr unlimited j. apparently has some limited appeal right now for russell wilson next up in the division los angeles rams okay obviously day of made the biggest move right now in the nfl. To acquire. matt stafford. What do you think he. It's a great move for matthew stafford. I said it before. I think the detroit. Lions did a great job by allowing him to seek a trade because he didn't want to be buried in an organization that was going to have a rebooted restart with a new head coach and general manager. However i don't know that is going to work out for the rams away the rams invision other teams are gonna make moves as well. So we're finally going to see matthew stafford with for arsenal of weapons on the offense side in one of the brightest minds as people say in the nfl. In sean mcvay on the coaching side. I just hoped. Sean mcvay doesn't get into this jon gruden. I need a quarterback every other year type situation when matthew stafford does not lead them to a super bowl like jared goff did or a super bowl victory like they hope well xueping you know i love vegas and always pay attention. Vegas matthew stafford. I think he's either four or five on the mvp. Preseason award list right to be there. So i think that speaks volumes about him. Look there deepens. Gave up thirty five points per game last season. I mean thirty two around there. You have to score a lot in order to win those games with that hard defense. So i give matthew stafford. A lot of credit is going to be interesting to see him with a lot of pieces around him offensive. I hate to jump back in on that. Though jay. they lost a lot of. They lost a lot of coaches on the defensive side of the ball. I know a lotta people poured under the defense but they lost. They lost hit the defensive coordinator linebackers coach the assistant coach. They lost a lot on the defense aside. No question about it. Dan orlovsky of former lions quarterback. Much like matt stafford agrees with jay. The stafford move makes them lombardi worthy home. Run for the los angeles. Listen to right now. We're in a two year window. They're not building for the long term. They have chosen to go from good to great or at least take the chance to go from good to great. And they wanted to pair to greats together like sean visit great offensive line. He's a great head coach and they're gonna pair them with a great quarterback and so for the rams this now volts them to that top three or four list when it comes to super bowl contenders next year so that was hit on our show earlier this month. Wise dancing two years stafford is two years. Forty three million dollars left on the deal which honestly. Nfl standards is actually a bargain for a quarterback of that. Ilk next up speaking. We're going to get on your calls on the cuties in a second. But i This cute team. Arizona cardinals okay. Here's the deal you've described collar murray as cute competitive all the words. But what improvements does he need to make as he heads into a big time third year. You always hear about the third year with quarterbacks right i think he just needs to continue to build within the system. He's done a tremendous job of quarterback in this team and being competitive. I think they need to figure out. Defensively what what they can do to upgrade their. They need to also figure out the running game. You can't drop back and throw the ball all over the lot like this is college football in the big twelve conference. This is the national football league and it is clearly the nfc west. So they've gotta just figure out what they want to be on defense game management by cliff. Kingsbury run the football and continue to develop kyla. Murray agree with the running game. I think we saw a large uptick in his second season from a rushing perspective for column. I think restaurant three hundred more yards and seven more cds in his first season. But i still want my quarterback back being vulnerable all the time. Establishing a legit run game. I can really help them in the play action and help them with the system. Let's get the perspective of john gambero known as gamble in the valley of the sun. One of the big voices out there in arizona on arizona's sport's ninety eight point seven on what he thinks. Cuyler needs to get better at a year. Three from kylo murray. He needs to read defenses. The best thing cuyler does throwing one on one. It doesn't have to think. That's why the andrei hopkins lines are predominantly on the left and stays there. Easy matchups easy throat. If hopkins crosses the field kyle has got to read the coverage is not really good at that right now. He has to get better at reading the defense pre-snap having an idea where he's going to go with the ball right now. He doesn't know what he's looking at and doesn't have a plan backyard. Football and the biggest issue is pressure. He doesn't ever pressure plan. Get skittish when bodies around him other than that. he's great and by the way you can bet on it right key. That's for sure next up the team that used to rule the division san francisco forty niners if there was ever a quarterback tailor made for qb or not qb. It's jimmy garoppolo. I mean this guy is dead center. Perfect question here i mean. Where do they stand at the quarterback. I think if they could get to shawn watson jimmy garoppolo on another team. They're gonna stick with jimmy garoppolo and they should stick with jimmy garoppolo unless they can get an upgrade a matt ryan so to speak or a to watson get the defense back healthy run the football and allow that quarterback to not make the mistakes they did to the got them in the super bowl. Two years ago against the kansas city chiefs. Just do enough but don't do too much. If you can't get the shawn watson curious if the interest for kyle shanahan could be somebody. Like sam darnold just because of his mobility the way he plays. We've obviously seen sam darnold go through to atom case. Know run where brilliant minds offensively. It'll be nice. It seem sam darnold. Actually with a brilliant mind offense forty niners reporter for espn nick wagoner on where the niners stand the forty niners believe jimmy garoppolo will be there starter in two thousand and twenty one but have said. They must have a clear upgrade. They're going to move. On trading releasing garoppolo would only be a two point. Eight million dollar dead money hit so there are no real issues. If it comes to that the bigger issue was finding someone who represents an upgrade. That won't rob them of their future to this point. Only to shawn watson fits that description and the niners will have interest if the texans eventually make him available. But then there's aren't going to sell the farm for player who is either similar to garoppolo or just slightly better. The more likely route is they. Keep garoppolo draft a quarterback fairly early who can push him and side. A veteran was starting experience in case garoppolos injury woes continue and that is cuba or not. Qb for the nfc west. We will resume on monday with the afc key. I like nick. Nick just sat there You you get a veteran quarterback that may just in case something goes wrong with jimmy. They need a stopgap guy. The air maybe you draft a younger guy. If you can't get it to shawn watson. I'll take a look at matt ryan though because of the familiarity with kyle shanahan and then if you if you if you somehow can get matt ryan in you could draft a young guy to develop behind matt ryan over the next four years. Then you've got that bridge. You know to move on with matt ryan decided to retire right for those not familiar matt ryan kyle shanahan together the super bowl when shanahan was the offensive coordinator. That's the twenty eighth three game. Sorry for the fans in the for the fans in the so that reunion possibly could happen. We promised it you have weighed in. You are ready to pepper key this weekend on valentine's day weekend the keys to love have arrived. And i'll tell you am i okay here know. Should we let this breathe. He's gonna play he's going to lay it down laid down just for our title sponsor because we love you want presented by progressive insurance and all of our guests appear on the good. Good year hotline. All right so here. We go almost too good. So here's the deal. Kista love is not even domestic. Espn product keys to love going international okay. That's how big this because love knows no bounds until you hit divorce court like fifty percent of people do but hey jeeze lover until it happens. 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Weekend Racing Preview & Tips | Elite Hurdle 2019 | ITV Racing Preview | Racing Postcast

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"Thanks for joining us. For Rice. Imposed we can post Ambriz meetings. And an-and joined this week by Paul Kelly and David Jennings class. Patti Powell is James Ryan. Bring bring you the best betting advice on a fantastic weekend for jumps fans. It's not flat. Racing unfortunate was a deluge at doncaster. Yesterday so that is off November. The handicap says jump racing all the way with entry and wing counts and the featured. ITV's for meetings and great stuff on Sunday including some big names names including racing jump racing royalty in the form of Apples J.. Before we start though this as responsible gambling wake patty power and the racing post fully support this and there's a lot of content on the racing post website and social media channels. If you WANNA check out the main message being pleased bet responsibly however strongly Katie fancies one. Okay kills still quick weather watch like say up north. It's been very grim. As and so what ground conditions we dealing. Yeah well it's good. It's good to win cannon it's it's also GonNa rain entryways. Very soft I'm getting fences taken out of it. Going to be cloudy everywhere but she good. Oh son rather than no sun. It's always good for generation. And so so yeah. I'm being chocolate. Dana's NEAT DJ all yeah. It's been a desperate week. Wednesday on Thurs.. Thursday was as bad as I can remember here in a long long time. Architects right. Then let's get stuck into the wing. Cancer may start with one. Fifty is Richard Barbour memorial handicap hurdle for mass of the two mile five and our finals fifteen runners but the normal grown. That goes up when there's a fifteen handicap. We're not too bad james. Because you've got in four places on Yeah we are indeed UNR- also going money-back secondary source for tenure as well so that's pretty good deal and so the forest will unfavored followed by Deputies Oscar Sixty on our Gandhi. Seventy one M PRIANTI Seventy one midnight referendum. Seventy one eight one by kills you can lead on. What'd you fancy here? Starting a very very competitive race. Obviously you have to respect pool. Nicholas a win canton especially this. Because he found femmes racist Don's Ardo does she wind up not sure that she's fooling before one short but as I said she you know she's got to be respectable island kings midnight referendum. Good bump of horse finished second in the grade to to Get Way you may aintree a couple of seasons ago and one really nasty. I went off to boil Just wasn't unfinished. Rico so she got wind up came back out and absolutely boated up on a final start lost season. I'm went up seven pound for that. She had for the right. And it's coming Alan Alan Kings string and reasonable and reasonable. Nick hoping there's plenty she got an awful lot going forward She was beaten seven on offense by Gandhi when she was out full She's seventeen impounded or for that I mean it was improved as well but I think she's you know she's a six year old. She's a very low weight and then she picks up where she left. She go close. I'm reminded from the writing arranging Saul L. without adding king. Yeah I used to love staunch and then I'm very surprised about one per se. He's been doing a good job. I think so So so you know photos of him on board. The U in confident form overall gains the weekend. Yeah he's a bit of blowed harsh on and later on in the carry that we talk about Bush Sally. I had my heart set on him for the for the next weekend. So it's it's gut wrenching to declare tomorrow. But should we talk about him later. Put Ya I like. I like to pair to win. Count them as a lot of shorty. Not Stow am in this race here. I had it narrowed into one of them was midnight referendum vehicle back to her bumper seconds to get away. Katie may at Aintree like the lights have been a border order couples. V Like Pasta was in there was it was a decent bumper as you would expect them. I just don't think we've seen the best of our yet so I can certainly see where it's coming from with that midnight the referendum. The one I liked though I think it's overpriced all week is still hollow gesture and who I think didn't enjoy fences at all on a tree appearance at Worcester and was only seventy two. It was a reasonably sharp price. Considering if you say Ron was in there it was a decent no phrase but it's how to wind up so second run after wind up wouldn't be joined by over are over fences at we'll start go back to last thought it was wine reasonably well off Max. One hundred twenty four and twenty three point font on I taught this type test on a track lake wing accountant Kobe or Kobe so tentative in a vote for Dole hollow gesture over midnight referendum on James because off with a winner Israel For Harry FRY since he started trying to ties Montoya if he's never had to November with a strike rate of less than twenty four percent so we also has horses go to this time of year. This Americans comes into this off the backs impressive. casement obviously back to hurdles her when she beat the hundred and four to eight sites you know stone forty seven raise the mighty don. She goes on this grind. Even don't get too much rain and on your has four wins made rides on the mayor so knows it pretty well and taking that she's sixteen sixteen to one which I think is big price with those prices as well as I think she should run about excellent right the to twenty-five DJ mention a few short. He's on the cartoon. The first of those is coming up in this race is the John. Romans Park home's rising stars. Nervous Chase over two miles and four firms and reserve dominates the market. Doesn't he james date. He's are four to five favorites fellow by if you say runners eleven to four Solomon Greis won the music ten to one by kills. Dj will start uh-huh actually. I'm that Rice at Church. Reserved Taint running peculiar rice. Wasn't it did. Did you see enough to make him a worthy odds on favorite here. Yeah I think you described it perfectly peculiar ideas because I taught me be triage. We could be seeing something special reserve tank and then it was really really worrying. Just take weekly and tamely he finished race. Am I actually did the big read for Sunday's paper what Rob Power. So is that in the house. On Monday we spoke quite a bit about reserve tank on his main in concern is ground. He said it's all about grabbing for reserve. Sankey needs grant has to have it eats out just Graham was probably too soft a chepstow and if they do who I know it's it's obviously go grand there at the moment but if they do get those couple of millions of rain will soften is a little bit. I think it could leave him. Vulnerable Stamina wise as well and and to be honest at the prices. I think if you say this is a pretty valuable alternative. I touched. I talked to jump on display at Worcester was really really good. A proper natural again. The wind up seems stepped on the job on giving him much. Public are improving for a run. I taught the prices. If you say run was probably the one side with here. What are you going to do with these five have joins on very similar to DJ? Here I talked to was no sped reserve tanks chase deputy at the last day that I didn't like that I'm willing to take him on a Elizabeth left straight and obviously didn't jump graduates when they when they quicken as well in Didn't find the prices I mean he still has the most potential and the rights to be a proper especially especially for grind but at the prices and very Gopher if you say she was you know pretty much foot traffic last time zone you know. Don't start there in further. Oh after line. Hunter win tinkered over the summer and it was done well and described in the passive. It is go grand. So she'd be the one I'll take on. Take your eleven to four kills. You nominate too many reasons to oppose an awesome fantastic different costumes. I really do. I mean there were. There were negative to bit funny rice that job. He's play WANNA look. I unbeaten in some way out but the Graham was soft. He largely jumped very well. He does have a funny way carrying himself. But I think he's very talented and far more taller than these basically If he jumps into the ground I might get three or four or five millimeters of yourself as it wasn't chip star or you know so. I think it'd be absolutely foreign. It'll be disappointed if he's not enough to okay. We move onto the three o'clock wing Cantonese the unit elite hurdle just short two miles and the champion champion hurdle fourth favorite runs in this and dominates the market James Hardie Abet Yup Wants to favorites celebrate grandson's seven seventy to beat the George nine to one brandon Hassell tens Christopher would tend one hundred one top each James. You are running very scared of this is certainly bigger prices out there on the five. But you think he's unhugged. Yeah we think he's pretty much does here. Thinking looks a bit of a star in the making you know even looking back data Donna's last year right-handers. You just you know this Ryan trying to concentrate too. Many negatives overs hurdles. I don't think there's a whole lot else in this race. Second should be anywhere near the cost him as he grandsons he gives them. The tree is about folks to four year old. But you know I think you really could be a potential I just don't see anything else in this race. Being nearly ten come the end of the year. So it'd be very hard to be kills it was. This is a rice that tends to be won by horses that finished somewhere between fourth and seventh in the champion hurdle. What'd you think will happen? Yeah I think near seven for four to be honest I I don't wait last year juvenile oily start We know beat the judges nothing special but that's also finished second segment at nine Lens on thirty five and he was giving him six pounds. Well get him three penalties getting three pound offer. That was okay. But it's nothing special you know. In terms of juvenile fomer foul Jeevan. I was in in the last few years so you know as well as might be might turn out really good. I'm inclined to take him on grandson. See took a heavy full Kempton to get over that But he's a decent hall speaks so royal in the In the king will last year on this track he likes fast fast. two-mile said Nichols roses coming on tremendously four which he's had bad yeah? Divorces are Brian Ego on seventy two against one or two Even racing purse ratings. I think as you might surprise writings as Associate Cutler pens ahead on what. They've done obviously Ojeda postal open to potential improvement fuse levels. Probably more but law said foam all that much. I don't think things one title James Fused Raffles. Paul Kelly dozen. What is David Jennings? I think yeah you. When I seen the entries area on this week I was thinking taken on fees and Rafel kids coming from the ground? Sounds like the chorus form and beaten elder horses. Last beats go roy but just I don't know if you saw the interview Dr J. Coban Onsite sports racing during the week gun dem. It was really really informative. Like you said steady even have to ask to stabilize. What was this horse that he was getting on because it said it looked in no way like diffuser last year he just taught it? Just grown up into a serious serious He seemed to suggest their jockeys are always extremely positive on. Its food is to be reading too much into it but it was just so much. He he was focused on. How much Grown that interests me. I think he will be pretty decent horses not many good to her around to release and when you take classical dream Khumbu vard air like we're pit pretty ten grand and that's why he's four favors to be honest. I be bitterly disappointed if he didn't win. This okay and the final race at wing canton the three thirty five. The budget is silver trophy handicap. Chase always a great event and this and we've got potentially really really good story with Brawny Frost and present man go for the hat centric. And these fatty prominent in the betting. Isn't he james is indeed four places Three to one President Man Ninety two years our second favorite. Never give me a copper eleven to two young master nine two on just the sting nine roscosmos Blown by this rice kills succumbing. Who Wins? I mean you don't need to. He's very easy to take on a fight with a fellow. I'm asking me what I was going to be back to He lost time but when he fell Alexa Cheltenham Festival last season. He went back off to it. So you'd have to worry about that President Man. You WanNa lost three runnings I think. He's a he's panel Oregon and last year It did win it with a fair. Bit Of panache and he just loves this time of year. And you'd be once so Gauche out but I think the wholesome awesome second last year in terms of Is is just too big some kind of King Finished full time out. You know had a bomb with Tom George. He's he's goes string. Really Good Nichols well. Honestly how the process. I'll take some kind of king logs around Jay. Who Do you like here? I'M GONNA go with one. Kansas guilty pleasures. Give me a copper and a Joe's tank I know he's nine rising ten and he's been bitterly disappointed. Obviously in the Ultima Matt was a bitter disappointment but I think potentially he code be one of the better handicap staying chasers in Britain. And there's a couple of Blakey status last season and I think in forty five B Stanton disease one hundred and forty two like he was fourteen the whip bread where I didn't think he jumped as well as he can. He can jump better just one or two of the railway fences he got wrong. I'm I'm talk is cheap. was traveling much much better but I think this is the race. From like this season I talked this was the race. He was going to start off. American one hundred and forty two like I always was convinced he was at least a hundred and fifty rated chaser. Release yes he's been disappointing but you know what. He hasn't adapted chances when you go through his his form like he's only around five. Oh you've times over fences which makes me think. Give him another chance. This is last chance but I think he is the best handicapped Tarsem GimMe a copper from me Joins whose your selection Yeah going back to the battery. Six five go conform looking at the master. He's almost twice device. Aghia copper fairly easily beat them and in that race last year. A Nice pipe-opener on the flat there in October I started off the season Few Times over the course of his career in some ready tones taken off three pines and got on very well with him. He's been really good for him last year and hopefully can continue that into this goes on the grind. So he's the one that I'll Price lovely stuff. Thank you gentlest to Aintree next. So does he trait. That mean that my horse has to do part of the race in reverse. Everyone loves a NEWBIE. That's why Poti Power Games are getting all new customers. Dema sixty free spins on daily games. You play PAL Games. Customers only one because he's applying plus become aware dot org welcome back. Let's look three four races from aintree. Start with one thirty. It's the download the APP Virgin Bet handicap. Chase is over two miles and joins take it away with a show from Patty power baby. King is our favorites eleven. Four Sharma on treat one the last eight three to one flying portrait sixes wishful dreaming seven solar impulse nine fourteen bar. Dj Do you think. The last days called Las All star now in Britain. That was that was ghost who wins it and I think the last day wins us. Sam Yeah Yeah I think he does and I think he's still hunting capped off mark. Would like when you go. This far from Lhasa. Even last season season like even the day he fell at newbury behind knock news would've been second. which would have been really gone and probably would have given him American that mid one turkeys? I'd imagine then Second White Moon I Osam Exeter on just tink when they looked at AS Roma Carlisle am was heavy groans. He still seem to be really enjoying himself. Ah like these Evan Williams kind of our star not overraced and I think as they get older they do continue to progress and to me I know he's he's run off one hundred thirty one but what I think is the potential to go higher than that. I think he can get to rent one forty and this looks an idea race. I think it's a good piece of place in by Williams. I think he's a good jumper. James whose your selection GonNa be Just think he's on a fairly competitive varieties. Run Wild Disease Second Accounting. Last time is a lot of these are having their reappearance in could be a slightly the Rossi side or even not fully fit and that's brain and so at nine to one. I'll take a chance on him. You've been very subdued so for you taking the responsible gambling week but dodge potent I could you and then we've got So to impose of united absolute bulge as well and I. I was looking at the last time you went up three power winning. It was perfectly and talked with win. He was getting twelve pound. overrules right for them So Yeah Yeah. He risk might be well handicap. I looked at this race enough. Oh this is this is upset win. All over it's all going to go pope left-field horse right down to the bottom Coming and Tennyson seven youngest Lisa inexperienced shady oaks spent all of last season running the amazes. He couldn't really win actually put up some decent. RPR's in the context six of a handicap mark which earned of one twenty nine and has dropped to one twenty two star. This season is the rank outside with Charles. pok-sun has booked Jamie more are caught member Jamie anymore abroad in forward but managed attempting to injury for a single ride the absolute outside two why what prices shady oaks again. James is sixteen hundred. Sixteen one excellent to I five inches the virgin bat handicap chase over two miles and half a furlong. James gives show betting and into the city. Think win yet. See Pages are seventy two favorite followed by the Russian Diane Ninety two riders on the storm at two Juke. St Six to one war signed six to one uh-huh grains would six to one. I know for riders on the storm here. This is the first star from Assistant Davidson the bottom either. Tom Tasks fifty grand at the end. The last season like he was told of an awful lot last year he was married. Talk in going into Cheltenham when he needs to jump a lot better than As soon as it could be one of the most exposed in this feels and I'm still disliked. Give them another shot and see how he does this season. So he's the one that I gotta go so here kills before we give you a tip. You've got sing. Riders on the Storm Zone. Install really dumb. I clicked straight ahead voice. It's GonNa win the AH boy yeah. I'm I'm assuming dykes big one CPOS. He was would've would've Johnson the victor go cut next sweet given the second to last year. Because he's you know he's a worthy fighter. He's got top weight loss but it was a good one purchasing Out Graduates become very very well handicap for Dansko. When you say Dini's is able to the window operation works and we get to back back to where he was Worlds eleven pattern higher than he is. Now he's won some really nice races I entry include third in the chose a couple. Ah years ago. Offer Margaret wound up before seven. Yvonne's off one hundred thirty six or ground seems to come like it'll be tested in these days further because he's he's been placed in an entry anti the grand national day over three one so I think he's very silly. CHUMPS skills right. Dj was seapower. The one you're looking at the next week he's right discourses Roy. He knows me better than I know myself. And all of this. This is so tomorrow it was just such a waste of full day during the week. So you know I've told you before Orman disc group with a couple of Liverpool fans every maybe three or four times a year. We've a Rajkot at one so I love that raise next week a chat on my absolutely novus and when the race. CPI's like just everything seemed to stack up everything. I went to you. Know the fact that he was actually going to get his beloved soft ground the fact that he had the chat ATM formed behind Frode A year older and I just taught off one hundred forty seven a twenty to one. He was a massive price so at half time this morning. You won't believe the mashed potatoes getting phone. What's going on this tomorrow and I tell us how you doing my research and that he was going to show up at Cheltenham but my research was wrong and he shows up here? Sure I have no idea why. Obviously it's a nice part it's fifty grand to the winner. And and he I think he is the best arson. The race jumping is just a slight worry I have. He needs to Joe a bit better than he did against fraud on Bush. I still think he's only seven finishes as they go get older they do get do your better. And on like seventy two is is probably not a great price but I do think. He's the most likely winner. Riders on the storm was one of my Laden pansies going into chat last year and the clothes. Brunner's is by Scorpion though. And he's extremely unpredictable when he's good he's really good. We didn't need his own first time last season for Tom Taff off a hundred forty. If he's undergoing day really well handicapped Bush Sam. It'd be a case of probably watches. The seepage bullet up and crying after race. I'd Imagine Bruce Definitely. No White Wins on the snap tomorrow evening. Repays next week. We'll see. This is the thing Bruce I think. He has to be fresh because his best his best form is went off a long break and day I was. I was given the fact that they've just went for wound. Raise the benefactor gold bang. Here we go big pot at them and Aintree so Venetia. If you're listening. Oh that was your message to her. Was it aw she wanted me Moan. That was okay. So forty ancient potemkin network bracket supporting bt RC close brackets handicap hurdle. Oh to over three Mo- and Horford on this will take some getting Stamina Laden. Merchants only need apply. Their eight runs. H wait potential. What's the latest betty? James Yes candy. Burgers are eleven to four favorites. Jack slaps hoped free to on demand. Day Democracy Rosie World Eleven to two fever Roy. Seven two thousand eight hundred connects with you kills. I suppose I actually still. Do met the mottes would would be five. Persian Wallerstein dropping back in trip. When I was three remote on the phone I actually like it rose world and I think this could well be the defoe? She's stepping up to three months for the first time Debut in a bumper. She wishes she was back to really big process. Finished ahead seconds of build me up as being a part of that fading fading Watts. It's a some put him out. It was a fantastic suss. We on that day. Dj Someone sussed Rosie. What it might be? What's he put? Put put thing up and I absolutely smashed to smithereens a near Scott base because it turns out all different class good or and cheat them building up to move in that Mississippi while she's filled out whatever her damn invasive susie Smith Want to pretend to qualify finished second in the temple itself and And it's just all the Batman getting this in this mayor up to up to three hours she had a run Nineteen days ago finished third. Stay late and everything about dot says she's going to improve out of all recognition. She's on a really low mark compared to what she would be likely to to go to. She's under eighteen. I think And I think I think damn start of something similar and ended up nearly fifty Big Chunks they'll take special to convince me not about Rosie World would y you go. Dj here you go fancy Rosie. Were there you go. There's a reason not. Tobacco was on that day on. I if remember correctly that they'd asked Nicky Henderson favorite. I think list for less for Gloria I think was tired and I think you've got the right horse and unlikely I think Cryan oh for step open trip own exposed like one hundred eighteen like this Sherman stumper started even money or a second bumper. So obviously you know what's headed and quite high regard you're done. Do you know what it's eighteen race because there's a couple of these in here I think we're plenty to prove and and I think probably the one with with would most improvement furnace tap open trip. So yeah I'm McCain's Lonzo Rosie. We get in three votes Rosie Jones. I'm afraid we're not going for Scandi bike. Just thought he was very unlucky not to win. sink to step up Rice's jumping pretty well. Last year. He got down a little bit of toe when they when they quickened wakened ended up staying on radio and just getting beaten beaten short ad and just think disciple Thought to be tough enough to Peyton. Soon I'll be. Meanwhile not handicapped smashing. That's the TV action done. Let's see what else the leads fancy on Saturday. We've got Nice Kelso and subtle for you flat fans this kills. What have you got for us? Plenty on a few on Sunday but nothing really cool we also see fine show. You've got nothing as well. Dj I have a few. Yeah yeah very quickly. Every legal The twelfth Turkey is greatly fishery lane hurdle there was a race that was won by 'EM Jankowski a couple of years ago before the champion hurdle on. I taught this tiger tap tap could have a decent season last season. Things didn't go rice too keen towards awards last stages of his juvenile prayer so tiger tap tap into twelve thirty in poplar square. Chase a one five Sylla's emory returns action for Willie Mullins at which you to Geneva Ronan on Sunday so I talked to this Ameri. The form of his beginners chase victory has worked extremely impact. Factor was second. I think it's right for something. Something to to Geneva was tired when the ACA and four was The hearts of Admiral Holden's ex Patriot is right in the one forties reform. Is it really well. Forty at the broad handicap hurdle and I talked. Molina was very interesting here for Paul. Nolan has finally got his grind needs needs a bog itself. The heavy at may so I thought he'd take a beating and does a really really go. Beginners chase that's been one by road to respect the road to riches over the years. That's the treaty twenty five life and melon was hoping to hear but runs at novel on Sunday instead. And it's interesting to get a reason runs here for Willie mullins politicians Tornado title Flyer. Who I think would make a much better than harden ourselves Tornado Flyer in the tree twenty-five from me lovely suffered on when you say very quickly don't cut out the number of words going to say you just say them even quicker but it get through the day James what you like away from the glare of the cameras? y'All just mentioned one more there. Some Nice Jason. The twelve o'clock in the fresh Blow back makes his return after nearly a year and a half off. So it'll be interesting to follow as you can have a big year. Adam mm over the Morris dangerous. What's H Let's get the naps is will not be be to David. Jennings Bruce is going to give me a copper in the tree thirty five. I Wind Konta. John's Ryan the one safety in Israel I'd say and kills what you're going to go on Rosie world the two great stuff that's really cracking action in Ireland and sandown on Sunday. We'll preview that next checkout potties. Rewards Club simply place five bets ten pounds or more across any sport in a week and get a free ten pound bet that next week teams. He's apply Aj plus must be complemented. Talk Welcome back to the racing post weekend post cost. It's Bruce Marines. And Paul Kelly David Jennings and Patti Perez James Ryan. We will get to a really high class rights at sandown sandown in a bit but before that let's look at the races that Navin because it's really big names out there and also some potential stars we will look at one zero five I. It's the Lismullen heard for two and a half miles James hardie Patti Powell baronness apples. James are treated ten favorite followed by Bacardi's fight to magic of light twelve to one six to one by the J. Do we take on the math. No no this is her timing your take around America take around on April. Appoint you send. This is the time when she's alive. See She kinda just police horses this time of year like she she joel and she'll go at pace Aguirre quicker than these horses are used to come back. You know usually in November and October. You get horses that just wanted to get a nice kind of comfortable runaround. She'll be going to strike quicker. Take them out of their comfort zone and she wouldn't convincingly. I think this is probably a race to be doing distance baton on because I think she could win by by a big big marriage in here and will soon forget. How perseus isn't spring thing? Is You say that. But if you remember a breakthrough year her absolute best form came at Cheltenham and then that stunning winner Aintree if you APP see certain about this time of year form with different trainer. I suppose that that'd be the key thing. There used to be Willie that time so record. No I think she's much. Fish are starting to seasons each year. I just think the grind on everything with her I just yeah I I hate the way. She's tailed off. The last couple of seasons Bush said this these are racist Hutton's grace based on probably the race at Christmas and she might get away again Irish champion Hurdle Bush yet. This should be a penalty kick. You Agree James Yeah I you think. It's going to be a setback in much from point of view. Just as in the fact that she did finish off the last season so badly and sometimes you know Mary's when the details they won't actually get their foreign back so it's more I sit back and watch me but I'd love to see how the absurdity boats often Kinda Gazza get the hype machine gun again coming up to Christmas. Kill sit back and watch. You'll sit back BETTENDORF. Ah just sit back and watch your women she. She's different close to those. She can afford to be some way below form. I mean that one month Cheltenham was bad but I mean okay. She wasn't yeah phone. She was shocked when she was winning. Mouse with the one most champion over the last twenty years she dropped a level below that in the spring but still good enough to beat these other than the Chamula. I'm not alone so she would okay. The two ten is the tote dot com fort trick chase over two miles and James Take it away with show now. This is a bathroom. Rice due to Geneva is our eleven to eight favor. PLUTARCH's eleven to eight valuation five to one hardline H.. One on Dr Phoenix. Twenty two on an who wins it James. I think I played tired. Wins this get Nathan's You know due to Geneva Untied Line on getting nine valuation a distinct too stiff track of novel really sued Dude. Looks like it's Kobe bid on the short side over two miles but just the way navin rights. You know it's nearly a two miles who Disdainful pills finished on without extra ways. Lions just think that'd be that'd be hard enough to overturn I can. I can see him going off towards the day gets closer and but he's for your the strong view here. Chaos Strong Dig Geneva's fluke it's Cheltenham so I'm not convinced about that foam. Absolute are you GONNA be in grade one company after writer and kept my buddy exchange tends to be pretty straight I I think my won the race last year because children last year. Five on the storm Oliver cover that they shouldn't. Yeah I have a theory on this race. Bruce Bruce I think he's got it. Spot on. This is value. Sheen's champion chase if you know what I mean this is. This is the day when he's going to be at his best for I think opt. Hr Geneva the Geneva Derek targets later on in the season and it's the first run back Valuation is be busy over the summer on the awesome run over hurdles and fences and and and I just think when you choose Navin farm I think a real stiff jumping test when he gets into a rhythm and starts picking them out in front he will get everything in show but liked. Last year like he beat or ordinary twenty-three Lens in the race last year ordinary world has some good form and I think if mark lodged pups by the ocean front if fi jumps first couple where I think. He's going to be very very hard to catch because he's got race fitness on inside. I'm really sweet on him on Sunday. Okay the two twenty five sand and he's not a race estimates the virgin bet future stars intermediate chase three miles. It's always a tiny filled. Only got four this time. But it's usually some absolute caucus in there might buy in coney grave one in in recent years And we've got some really big names based on James. How do you Bet Santanas are four to seven? Favors talk is cheap. It's three two one. Nine begin to lives in stadium. Trials are you gonNA get stuck in an abetting fund air kills or just look and learn. I think I think looking learn. I think talk is cheap. Probably doesn't want the ground is soft. There's a lot to be at sandown that battlements. I started having said the mine. And you know so probably won't be that bad. I think he's he's pretty decent obviously wanted six ago. Santini's very you know. Obviously a very good horse. I've my consent. He's going to end up a bit slow for go. We'll have to wait and see. I certainly would be reversed okay. Dj What's your view of this one. Yeah it's it's really interesting as you say the small fields every year like trainers like talk to Louis Children's. AOL Look Santini's here. So you probably you know it it. It seems to be all cases wound good horse in the race every year. And it's I just find a really strange m but anyway Yeah I think Santini away and I just think he's better than talk as cheapen I tell you. I thought he was a Gold Cup. Contender like people ruling the magazine based on the data work on the top of the game. Real not sat at Aintree afterwards to me looking at that race again could turn out to be the best of those m this season especially with top of the game right so you just be hoping to Japan. I think he's a very very good horse. Yeah I'm went when they crossed the line those three in the last year thought Blimey these these three it could be really really dominant in years to come on oversee Sensini now. We got say what he's made of. What do you think is made of James Win this? Yeah I think you should definitely be able to win in. This should be fairly solid. You're just loves Jumping in GOPHERS theories as to the Gulf context Probably being cut too much not even if he absolutely bolts here boats up here so it probably is on for just a little bit late season before that price kind of goes if he does if he does end under which I think would be very hard to be on Sunday okay. Let's see what else leads fence. On Sunday we got the rest of the rest of Santa. Anna's caught a false less kill's already. He told us he finds a few. So we'll leave him so last stage I got. I am the to forty five the handicap hard top. Camino was really interesting for Paul Nolan. WHO's having in a great time with things over the last couple of weeks shadow KIEF takes off? Seven pound. Camino was beaten at fairyhouse last time trying to exploit the lower hardens mark. But he's only one hundred nine over the hardest. He's written two hundred twenty seven over fences on Basically the fact jockeying claims have impacted means. He's Chilton here. So Camino in the two forty five and I just wanted to watch in the thirty five that maiden heard this on defraying has been impressed in everybody gardens owned by J WANNA bumper last season in America takes the rallied and he's up there with their best novices. So it's going to be interesting to see what Andy defraying can win in one thirty five. who was Andy? Frightened and Shawshank redemption. Exactly so let's see if he manages to get out of jail of who'd you like James Yeah just say undefined is going to be very interesting. He's Cardi Target Street. One for the album box probably doppler Detroit fifteen and now. The man is making his chasing debut against factory Should be observed erased. Watch as a more just kind of a watching brief for the rest of the nozzle but it's a really ready to go. You know everyone should be Washington. 'cause it'll be closed after the rest of the season quite good we can these kills. It was isn't it. Yeah it is yeah. I understand pretty decent as well. I mean of the season one fifteen. Talk Wait Champagne. corks I'm Joe Misquote. Go easily finding well. It was second verticals. The flashes still at Chepstow. Recently in a good vice comes comes out goes straight over fences That was another career best. He was forth the mountain. PIPEBOMBS here. I think he's probably a good career ahead of him over fences in the two fifty five taught down One overcoats distance last year of Paolo. Absolutely yelm doing handsprings for them. Which Phillips Loss Formula After that book or big job a five pound for his last one? He's now any one pound above that mark and he's moved to follow bar and constantly trying to lose and Richard Paul Richard Phillips. Yeah you know he might have been sold out. You might just moved or whatever it doesn't mean I know that to me but he's extremely decapa trying to in good form leks attract loves loves the ground and Go everything going for him. So he'll go well and then and then we moved late. WanNa call the more. We go veterans chase all on a really competitive one as well and my same doff. I'm going to go for the complete overhaul lose chips thirty now on the two thousand sixteen thirty seven was third in two thousand seventeen of one hundred forty two one of thirty last year and down to one hundred and twenty three now he was. It was a lost Colin. His recent Reappearance but he became well for very long way And you know he went in the same as last to you before coming down. Sure just loves that track shorter got very well of a very low way called isn't so if I'm the right crepes up when you enter exit stuff thank you very much. Indeed chips. Don't forget to please responsibly. All weekend and indeed all the time if enjoy these shows please make make sure you write. Review unsubscribe wherever you're listening

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02/11/2021 - HOUR 2 - Winning, Stafford

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

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02/11/2021 - HOUR 2 - Winning, Stafford

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Live every weekday from twelve to three eastern nine to noon pacific on fox sports radio and find your local station for the hurt at fox sports radio dot com extremist live every day on the iheartradio app by searching heard. You're listening to fox sports radio. What welcome in. This hers lured wherever you may be and however you may be making part of your day. Thanks so much. I'm doug filling in for colin. Cowherd we have a spectacular hour of this show. Steve clinton's gonna join us a bunch of lyman superbowl champion. We'll ask him what vote he was on yesterday. Who caught tom. Brady's last pass. Which was that of the lombardi trophy and got. Tommy was drinking a white when it was it was a white. It's okay it's okay. I mean he who is without sending casper stone whose the whitecloud last year but clinton upcoming in fifteen minutes weeden next hour odell beckham junior two years ago said two three years ago. There was a speculation going on. I was willing and ready to go over there to new england at any point in time. That was always a dream on to play for tom. Brady right there. Was i play bill. Belichick patriots play for tom. Brady and chris godwin free agent and of course Yesterday at the championship. Victory boat show parade and then Presentation or whatever. Bruce arians said. He's not going anywhere yet. Mike evans saying you know you take some my money and keep guys here. Most people thought he meant chris godwin but money talks in at some point time. You have a super bowl win. Maybe maybe a golos where it's not like they're throwing it fifty times a game and he can put up calvin johnson numbers. That said. there's this thought that okay brady brought gronk brady brought antonio brown brady brought you know. I mean leonard. Fournette was on the street. Probably could assign us where he went for minimum contract to play with brady all because they want a super bowl and this. This reminds me of something. I tell people all the time about college recruiting and have you seen alabama's recruiting class seen it. It's again on paper and surely hard because some states didn't have a full season of high school football. Some had high school football at all five stars. There's a certain subjectivity. To it is the five star because he signed it alabama or five star signing alabama. That said they have the greatest depth of five stars in the history of college football. And what's about. It's about winning. It's about winning that's it. It's not about facilities. Lsu built a new locker room where they have like the you know the first class seats. I'm saying you know the the first guy you've been in the new some of the new planes in the first guy seat three press a button and it goes from like a regular seat to like laying completely flat. Yeah they have those in their locker room right so you can sit in your locker impressive button and and get yourself a good nap. Clemson as a slide right at some point like we're going to get to the texas as a new. They all have new locker rooms and better stuff and gear and uniform. Oregon started trend with like. We have this many uniform sets in this much stuff and yes. Nfl draft picks to help. It really does help. But you're usually drafted higher if your team wins and so you go to a place where you can win more. Do you know a big part of the reason that college football programs don't want expansion of the playoffs is in the bowl games. Half the teams and their seasons with a win. There is nothing more powerful than winning has a deal with. How does that relate to brady very simple. you know. it's not about ownership management. Don't get me wrong. The core of that team was very smartly by jason light. Who's had several times the remake over the team and it didn't quite work and they do have talent to do but they had those talent to do most of them beforehand. But it's the idea that way we can win because camp is not a big market relatively small market. Oh yeah by. The way. Tom brady is the same guy with a with a maga- hat in his locker. Four and a half years ago right same guy. Same guy. But tom brady especially with. Yesterday's video helps his cool factor. Looks like every forty year old white dude celebrating a win knee. Brace on shorts hammered smiling. Good time more than anything. The win tom brady win. What do i sign up alabama win. Where do i sign up. Don't don't get me wrong. Everybody wants to make money. That's why it it's more to the veteran player that has already cashed in already made a bunch of money. How can i get in on that. Winning thing i just i just wanna win you. You start with the when you're early on you love your sport and just wanna play and then when you play you just wanna get paid and then once you play just wanna pay you know what. This losing sucks. I want to win. Look at that guy. He's on a boat he just got done playing another season football. He's on a boat. He looks happy he's hammered. He's got so many lombardi trophies. He's literally throwing them around. Look so young. he's happy time he's all the time. Winning with giselle. Winning with his family would winning winning. Nothing on earth feels as good as a win. Actually check that road win. He had three of them. All right. i want to be part of that. And in recruiting that is all these college programs with the facilities and the bells. And the whistles you bring a competitor and you say hey man. They might have a better. Jim might have cooler shoes. I it might be warmer outside. It might be some closer to your home but you know what we do we win and when you win everybody makes more money. You get drafted higher. You get people. Don't remember teams that lose. Maybe if you go and sixteen or something but those are nondescript teams can name a single player on the buccaneers going back five years ago ten years ago what you can't i remember the buccaneers team that won championship. Jon gruden. I can remember buccaneers other. Other than complete nondescript franchise. Nobody knows anything about nothing zero. I mean creamsicle. Uniforms okay and they because they were seen as so bad but now retro is cool. I know that steve young played for the book. And here's you probably don't know because they didn't win. They were terrible. They were terrible. So why do all these guys wanna play with brady. Not because of his political alignments not because of his knee. Brace that because of the tb twelve method. It's not 'cause aeriens d do you think areas recruiting older players when he comes out and says. I gave these guys days off on wednesday i. It's smart lots of teams. Give their veterans wednesday on lots of them. The smart wins absolutely. Do they manage somebody in during the week. You try and get him to the magic level. But you don't push them so they leave their legs in the playoffs. Lots of but he's recruiting the number. One thing recruiting alps waiting. That's it people want to be associated with a winner. They will do anything especially once they've enough money to that. They feel secure now even more so so brady getting no doubt beckham junior would-be interesting because ob j. in his infatuation to to chase winning like he actually has a winning hand in in cleveland and they may be better off without him. That said the reason that. Ob j. wanna be associated with brady. The reason that four net reason that gronk the reason that antonio brown is that guy feels that guy wins. Do we know how does he throw it as well as he used to. Now does he throw it fifty times a game now. Who cares to cares because he wins. Figures out the math equation. At the end of the day he wins and there is no obviously. There's a there's a space where where there's just too much money to turn down for some of these guys that are neat but for the most part when you have enough money to its. You're good. I play five ten years the nfl. You're good. you got manage it smartly. Put it away. You live on endorsements live on some of the other stuff. You're good now. I want to win now. Don't care about. I don't care about anything else system. That would help that. We be successful culture weather guy winds up next find out. Let's find out the answer to the question that america really wants to know. We really really really want to know. What was tom. brady drinking and much drinking. We'll find out one more herd the herd streams twenty four hours a day seven days a week within the iheartradio app. Search her to listen live or on demand whenever you like. Microsoft teams is helping priority bicycles reinvent. The way they work when the pandemic hit the bike shop had to close their new york city showroom. 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Never comfortable steve joins us now. Steve i congratulations. What does it feel like to be a super bowl champion again. Okay what's it feel like. It'd be a super bowl champion. It's one of the most amazing filling over something that you worked so hard for all your entire career Some people getting getting in that first year. So i'm getting taking you tom. Third four fifty go but then you have some that. Never even get a chance and for for me to absolutely have -tunities my personal. The loves the second one was a win and only a win. It was a win at home Your home stadium hometown and it is right now. To me is absolutely amazing. Absolutely amazing to be part of making history. Not just the planning home stadium to win in the home stadium doing such a such a crazy time but something such a different time and just just being able to experienced with the guy and The women that we have. I had to experience. This went coaches is. Players isn't absolutely amazing. it felt like you guys on defense front dominated the game but also the can't see really didn't adjust to what you guys were doing upfront or level of upfront. What was your reaction to the fact that they were they were trying to block four with five and they didn't seem to want to change. That was going to that game. We had so many different looks. I don't know if they knew. Look being the first time But it would if they would have changed. I think we have something for that as well. I just i just think that two weeks preparation leading to the game are coast. Matiur coaches made sure that we had. We had absolutely everything in place if they give us. This gives that look on. Check this you know. I feel like we played that game from office point of view during the week and to be able to perform like we did with absolutely amazing but i think they try to adjust and i just felt like at the end of the day. I said i said it last week said again made the best team win and been with a better team day and it kinda show But i do. I take my hat off to guys because they are extremely talented team And you saw that. You're going to have to compete against a team like that every year as long as they keep that core group of guys together even all have to compete against a team. Like that and just amazing for us to make history with with guys where we've made aware like holding them tonight. four hours without saluting stunning. Look you play against hama bunch right when you were with the steelers you play against him and he would get rid of it so quickly. It didn't matter what you guys brought and obviously with the jets played for todd bowles and and it was. It was the same thing wh what. What was it like to play with him. What would i know different locker. Different side of the ball different meeting rooms. But what was it like to play with. Tom brady absolutely amazing man. Tell them everything more It's hard just say one thing about them. But i the one thing i would say his preparation his love for the game the way he put the time into hours in for the game he he he he makes. You wanna work that much on. Because he doesn't he doesn't take anything lightly and and and that's one of the most amazing thing for me to see as a veteran as well like you keep pushing. Because he's pushing his seat mclennan join us defense tack for the super bowl champion tampa. Bay buccaneers joins us in the heard. I'm doug golly filling in for colin. What boat were you on yesterday again. What built were you on you on one of those boats yesterday right which who's meal. What were you on i was on. I will Starship to with you. Oh i the d. line and the people's backs On our boat denying the back and We had to delight coaches and devi coaches good boat. That's a that's a very talented. Good bowler greg. Whoa do you i. Brady says it was avocado tequila. Did you guys find out what what brady was. Actually drinking on his boat. Everything on the boat came pinpoint one thing but we had a good time. We had an absolutely great time. And just we toast to each other. We toast to a championship. Toasted bug media. Organization toasted a fan because without the fan. We couldn't be made any there. Is i mean for somebody who is in the world of football right. I think there's a lot of fans like look. These guys don't care they're they're still getting paid a otherwise right you've been steelers. Great organization jets not a well run organization at times at least outwardly. So right What is the. What is the difference in. Different organizations is it. Does it matter outside of football everything else. That's going on. The do i look at it. It all starts the outside. You starts outside like with the players how we carry us How how we move. How would they how we prepare Then wants to become inside. We have to make sure that we're doing that together. Can make sure preparations together. We gotta make sure that we communicate and get made sure we spend the time one another But not only that that that goes upstairs and downstairs like you have to be on the court and sometimes you might have to spend a few days outside the facility to get to know to get to know your players get to know your coaches Nothing that's what it helps make those teams such great great teams All the teams auto organizations were completely different from each other. All of them different They all they all will ran it. Just just how came you. Finish it off. How can you make sure you have the pieces in place. And i think that's the difference between three. You know some some put the right piece in the right places and song put the right pieces in all places and that's what made those championship team and not just a great guy guys with is all this tremendous terror. It's just you. You gotta basically have a balance of smart guys. Gotta have you gotta you gotta have some some role players special teams play. You have to take everything. Serious is just not one one sided. I think i think we do. I think the temporary buccaneers organization to a very good job at it as well as pittsburgh and up like the jets do do a good job just got still got a lot of you. Got a lot of young guys. And he's better than clinton joining us one of those veterans who won his first super bowl playing with the buccaneers this past weekend. Do you see the video. Brady throwing the the trophy over to his wide receivers. I mean for a guy who this is. Your first one would like look. Tom got seven. He can lose one. It doesn't really matter. What would you think when you saw that thing in the air. It's all throwing choice episode. Reason i got in like. I thought that he did it. But i was like. What are stone-throwing man. He's always 'cause he's gonna make it sitcom if not there might have been a flag on the play we don't know. Did you see the most apparel. There's allegations that scotty. Miller drop chris cowan phone in the water now. Godwin says he did. Scotty miller didn't a do you have any sources on this report. No i do a. I didn't even know that happened. Yeah that that did happen. There was there was a lot. There was a lot of them. You you're getting cronk and brady stone round the lombardi trophy. And then and then he was. He was feeling good though when he got off. That boat did you. I'm sure you saw that video right smiling. Tom brady like he was. He was using that good for zima place. Right he may. Maybe it was like everybody was. Everybody was happy place. But you just you just fall twenty one week. Twenty one weeks to win win a championship at world. Championship is always guys man. Now you're gonna let your hair down you can breed and that's what the guys are doing. It just happened the great time and they just having a great time together. Just a great feeling for me. I still can just watch for a while because we finally did it like finally did it. So i i'm still. I'm still soaking now. Wait probably gonna take me. Oh year like i know. I can't hold on it too long. Gotta be started getting ready to make sure but a spill token van man. It's still amazing. Feeling steve see when you looked up at that that score clock and you saw was zeros. And you knew your champion. What went what went through. Your mind was was family. Was your first football coach. Like what like what actually does go through your mind when you're like man. I've been doing this a long as time and now i finally reached the mountaintop. What goes through your mind. When i started. That game was like. I was just thinking about my family. You know like all the sacrifice that they put in for me to have this one. Come and go just to win the championship. But i went home. And i sat down after that. I was so thankful for my family. Friends szott support. Even just all his when i sat down because i really didn't do much for those feelings and I remember you know sometime accident. See what's on your mind. I was just like i. As bad about what i'm about to say but i'm thinking like how can i win the knicks. Yeah just moment okay. You can't turn off the competitive. You like feel so good. I wanna do it again. It's the it's the greater than any drug. That's out there right. it's the win. That's the winning. Is is just an just a habit i i just wanted to go like right now. I'm getting ready to go work out again today. Because i don't wanna be the one st wasn't ready for next year so i wanna make sure whatever taking my my buildings they make this scene up you. Do you do an arms doing legs what are you. What are you doing today with the workout today. i was gonna be still heavy cardio days. They'll just flushing my body. Maybe it'll it'll be like progress like some auxiliary movement Because it has been a long season. He's not gonna just getting into heavyweight Just staying with the functional movement Keep my my joints like glued. Keep them moving Just keep them active. And that's that's all i'm doing. Listen enjoy that workout. Enjoy that sweat. Enjoy being a champion. Thanks so much time today. we really appreciate it offers. You have any is steve. Mclennan longtime pro good player traded mid season of course and ends up becoming like you go from the jets to the buccaneers right. Like you go from a team. That's better off losing to win. That's winning and of course she follow. Todd bowles down there. Who knows you and trust you and you become like a an echo to the with. The coach saying is pretty phenomenal stuff. Let's get to ryan music with news. This is the headline news. Fun interview there doug. That was a lot of good stuff from seed mcclendon. I think i don't know if he said it exactly or specifically. But i'm pretty sure he's on the tv twelve. I mean he's talking about staying loosened getting this joints right. It sounds like he's he's trying to maximize pliability there. No question no is absolutely you gotta gotta gotta maintain those limber joints. That's right well congrats to him and a big. Thank you for him coming on the show here and we'll stay in the nfl here doug as we're all wondering where is shawn watson gonna play if he's going to end up anywhere other than houston longtime. Nfl columnist in houston. John maclean had this to say about the various rumors swirling about regarding shawn watson future. they don't call teams teams called them and they've told everybody they're not trading watson doesn't mean they won't do it eventually i'll guarantee you if they did it would not be for carson wentz and the eagles and they've said it publicly. They said it privately that they are not trading watts and so any bite says they called eagles Not true if they trade him would be the jet so no they have not contacted anyone about trading lots. I mean like look here. That's the problem. That shawn watson is gonna into is like the only teams that have the resources to completely change the texans franchise. He wouldn't wanna go play for like well. You know you could trade for garappolo like no we. We want picks lots of high picks. And the jets have lots of high picks. So no thank you. No thank you i. I don't think everyone i've talked to the. Nfl was like just let it die down. Lots of guys request trades like you brought in a competent gm. Let's see what he can put together. And let's figure well and also i know you've mentioned this On our show the show. The jets is a really tough sell just because number one. He has no trade clause so he'll only go to shawn watson will only go wherever he decides that he wants to go. But also okay so jets all these great future assets. Their team right now is not good. So you're gonna have to give up a majority of all of those great picks and then what are you left with the same bad team that sam darnold had to play on for the past few years and look how that turned out. Correct one hundred percent. Let's turn our attention to the nba. Doug yana cuco had forty seven last night but in a losing effort against the sun's he missed a potential go ahead jumper near the left elbow slightly behind the free. Throw line now after the game. The star player devon booker was asked what he thought when he saw pull up for the jump. Shot with the game on the line. Then i see you kicking yourself over that over the free throw but what were you thinking when janas got their last. Look look at last look. We're in good shape a little brutal now. I want to be fair. I want to be fair to devon booker here okay. So he followed it up. Here's here's some more context about what he meant by that now. It's not totally disrespectful. But still so. Take a listen anytime you can stay informed them or some takes out that you have to live with. You can't guard. Everything obviously is abortion. That thing area day was trouble the whole night but not keep monitor. The did a good job of cutting them off into that. And we'll live with the result a little better but man. That is still brutal. No look it but it's true though right. That's you want amid re contested. Mary retained full fulop. Absolutely yeah it is brutal. But it's it's. It's what we search for the media. It's it's honest. no yeah. I love it. I have no problem with what he said. this is from Stat mused jaanus this season from five feet or closer to the basket shooting. Seventy six percent on the seasons ten to fourteen feet away from the basket. Twenty four percent so quite a quite a dramatic difference there. Can't you mean this is not not not not even. It's not even a warm take like last year. They played the lakers. He at five threes banked one in like oh we can shoot down no it was over at that point. It was over the crap. Yeah the rest of the league. It was all fighting for second place at that point. We'll wrap it up with some fun here. Doug there's been a lot of discussion about the goat right lebron versus jordan this week. It's tom brady. Vs jordan surprising candidate that sensor entered the discussion. Here doug steve kerr take a listen to what he told ninety five seven game about brady winning his seventh super bowl. Well yeah kick get one more you know then he. He can catch me and i'm not sure that's what he's i. So there you go. Steve kerr pointing to the scoreboard. Counting the rings reminding everyone who's really the goat here. I love it. I love it steve. Steve does not carry the ego. A guy who's one. That many i honestly one of the all-time great performances i remember. Mba history was game five nba finals. This is in two thousand and two spurs nets and he came off. the bench. Didn't play in the first half enter the game end. Third quarter hit three threes and they won a decisive game against jason kidd's new jersey nets. I was at the game. And i was like man. People that is to sit there for two hours. Check-in guard jason kidd and hit three threes. So there is something to guys ought to win. But yes it's there is definitely ton clinton firmly well and to your point about that game with see. I always feel like that's one of the things that can be so difficult in the best way possible about playing with someone. Bron james is you know you're just the role player. Hey do your job and you may get three shots a game and you're going to be expected to make two of them and it may come in like huge moments and that's just your entire role the the whole season. Yeah no. that's that's one of being a professional is music with the news. Well that's the news. Thanks for stopping by. Daughter'd lie guys here. The join steve mclennan's voice could you. Could you see like like he's still trying to. It's like three days later. He still trying to figure out like man. How did that just happen. I mean think about talking about like we won. The game went back to my house. And i had to sit down and just think about it and it just it happens so fast. It happened so fast coming up next. Matt stafford is new quarterback for the la rams. Here's a question. Is he actually upgrade. Or maybe is easy enough of an upgrade for the rams at the quarterback position. Obviously we're not going to know right now but my thoughts as of right now upcoming next be sure to catch live. Additions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern nine. Am pacific on fox. Sports radio athas one and the iheartradio app. You know that phrase giving one hundred and ten percent come on now. How can somebody give more than one hundred percent seriously. Don't you wonder what even looks like. 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Cash rewards credit card choosing to earn three percent cashback on online shopping or up to five point two five percent as a preferred rewards member which you put towards the cost of your most essential deck addition a bird feeder for yours at bank of america dot com slash more rewarding copyright twenty twenty bank of america corporation dugout libyan for colin. This is the heard tommy. John's valentine's day. Do's and don'ts do look like a champion in new tommy john's underwear don't forget to get her buttery soft. Tommy john lounge wear and pyjamas. Get fifty percent off your first order ahead. Tommy john dot com slash heard see site for details. Matt stafford is now member the rams he told the detroit free press i always. I always wanna play in those big games. I feel like i will excel in those situations. That stafford told the legendary mitch. Albom of the detroit free press. I wanted to shoot my shot. You know and here's the thing which is fascinating so our quarterback tears and rankings and stuff doesn't really matter right. I hate to be the guy i. I've experienced this in college basketball for a long time. You get coaches. that'll make sure you know we. We have this win in that way and we should be this and that and we should be in and like respectfully. I think i'm a pretty powerful voice but it's not like the guys. The committee are like well. I wasn't gonna amendment godly. Said put a bit the nfl much the same way. I have my thoughts on quarterbacks and who's who's elite and who's the next year and who's just fine and who's terrible whatever but now that doesn't matter it doesn't matter what matters. Your value is a product of what people think you're worth. What are they willing to pay. And the la rams coach. Sean mcvay hey led by less need. They value matt stafford so much. So that they were willing to part ways with jared goff would lead them to a super bowl and of course he leaves behind a dead cap number and they gave way first round picks which the lifeblood of rebuilding a franchise. Even if you don't take the first round picks you can flip them into multiple seconds and thirds which is where you where the real value is. So whether you think stafford's the real deal. I think staffers real dior colin things. Staffers real deal or help. Rob parker thinks he was covered. Detroit sports forever thinks stafford is stat. Patter whatever you think. That's great what matters is what the league things and the league values him thinks he's an elite guy that's been playing systems that don't fit his skill set in and with the with the team. That isn't talent enough on both sides of the ball to bring out all that skill set. Like i talked to guys. You know this year a little bit. More advanced stuff daredevil. But previous to that like jim. Bob cooter static formations like come on. What are we doing like it was little. You have a guy who is smart enough to read defenses. You have the ability to create mismatches. You have the ability to make things easier to see and you didn't do it. In addition to which they haven't had a running game for the most part in years defense. Don't get me started like look. You put stafford on the league. Coaching staff with a team. That wants to win right away. He'll get that up to now. Here's the here's the downside to it. We all make this assumption. That woulda guy does on a bad team those stats translate to as good or better on a good team and that is a dangerous dangerous assumption to make because valuing the football not turning it over all the things that it's it's different this is different. It's a different sport. Do you guys remember got. What's the guy's name he He's now like a coach for the celtics. And evan turner. Yes member evan turner. Evan turner was a great college player. Great and he was having he was having a very good. Nba career statistically early in his career. And there was a time in which he was playing for the philadelphia seventy sixers and he was averaging seventeen points a game playing thirty nine minutes a game and he was traded mid season to the indiana pacers in two thousand fourteen saying he was trained to the pacers and frank. Vogel is other coaches. The lakers was the coach. And always like you bring over seventeen points. A game to the indiana pacers. Who need this hybrid player can handle. Pass shoe post op. Yeah he's not a great shooter but he now he wouldn't be the primary option. Because they had paul george at the time i be a segment. But he'd be a primary ball handler. It'd be great. He started two games for the team. He added seven points a game and and the and he was not in the game when it was crunch. Time against cleveland cavaliers. Why is that because it's like a different sport. Now that doesn't mean that's what's going to happen to stafford. He's a quarterback they're all in on they're going to put it but we have no idea how he plays in those games until we see him in those games. So that's where we are with stafford. Is he an upgrade. Hell as an upgrade. I told people on my show. Doug gottlieb show. Which is weekdays three to six eastern twelve to three pacific. Your ira app your fox. Sports radio station. Of course you can follow me on twitter at gottlieb show the i talked to people inside the rams organization and they said like look. It wasn't that he he didn't work wasn't he was lazy but like you. He wasn't the hardest working quarterback wolfer bless and that that didn't win you points with aaron donald the hardest working player in the on the team and brings it at every practice and he sees the hundred million quarterback. Who's who's not in line with that amount of work and bus. Plus there's a sean mcvay. Mcvay didn't draft him. love is work ethic. Didn't love his athleticism. he didn't want to let it rip down the field still turn football over too much. You know he wasn't accountable. You never stepped in front of the team is like hey my bad guys. That's on me. Didn't do those things. And so they found that opportunity to get who they thought was better in all of those other areas better armed better toughness a work ethic that they believe we'll be back with and then you say hey now yet. She has to win a championship. It'll be better. I think all of those things combined and you're gonna have better buy in from the team because this is the quarterback that mcveigh himself selected. So he wants to make it work. I think it's an upgrade. Is it a big game upgrade. We don't know. do you know why. Because we haven't seen him in a big game since they lost to the cowboys in the playoffs. I guess right. They got some bad calls against him. But let's not act like he tore up the the world there. Okay coming up next. We're going to react to the victory boat parade. Yeah i i. I'd i'd traditionally don't like three parades i don't care about. Victory parades speeches but this one felt a little different right. Because it's been a year since we've had a legit celebration. I mean honestly thank goodness. It's florida florida mask. And i'm i'm a guy who wears a mask everywhere i have. No problem wearing. Florida has a different sensibility. Right there's different rules different places. I'm not casting judgement. I'm just telling you the reality of it's been over years since we seem one. And they had boats they had sunshine. They had booze they had tom brady. He's literally throwing the trophy around like it's some doorstop. I just throwing it from one to the other. And then he gets off the boat and he's white girl wasted. He just is he's hammered. He's happy he's permit-granting but you don't want something was learned about tom brady yesterday. I'll show it to you next in hurt. 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The Story of Intelligent Change | WE ARE HIRING!

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The Story of Intelligent Change | WE ARE HIRING!

"Hello beautiful friends and welcome to the icons podcast. I'm here today with Alex and we're really excited share with you the story of intelligent change I realized the recently with Alex with never shared the full story of how intelligent change which in case you don't know what in also the vision of the company because there's some new exciting progress that has recently happened with intelligent change which in fact creates lots of opportunities for companies we are so excited to announce that we're actually going to be hiring in the US because us American people thank you so much of you're listening journal came to be Yeah I think this amazing story of some times when you're not meaning to do anything special in Ukraine something special at as a good active even seen other people copying them in their countries it's all good stuff so in a way of we'll take it as a compliment I compliments flattering imitations edible there's been so many downloads the APP and brought through de Planner is two hundred thousand plus sold I think the other thing which is also very flattering away there's been so probably like hundreds of thousands of thousands of people listen yes edible in a way it's this incredible how this company started a movement by manager only yeah exactly so like we've always had Americans as our biggest supporters have always been so grateful of that funny enough never ever had an office there any type shows are global best-sellers sold over half a million units in the world I never thought I would say that and we'll get into why it never thought that would happen but five hundred thousand plus copies our biggest supporters from day one from the days of Lexi hair I would say probably sixty percent of all of our viewers city Wow California be like twenty five dollars perhaps even some of you listening to the podcast episode today so make sure to listen to the end of this episode if you potentially are open to some new working opportunities with Intel board as intelligent intelligent change something that with thought of once five minute journal actually became a thing but alice can you take me back how did the whole idea finally many copycats and so many other so we've inspired many journals in the making which is incredible all making a difference and people use the end to make themselves happier more us then there's definitely going to be lots of opportunities very soon but let's go back into the beginning of intelligent change in the five minute journal because I'm in a journal wasn't to change and with Alexandra we're actually just to get into were hiring big time in the USA so keep us for the first time ever since we've had also help you start your own project so as you know we had let's see here business since doesn't Tan and that business we serve intention of being a lifestyle business so tim ferriss was booked uh-huh great form of flattery so in today's episode were really wanted to share with you guys the story of intelligent change how was created why was created physical presence there so this would be our first time ever anyways to jump into it but keep listening if you're from the states and he'd love to work with the four hour workweek was a big inspiration for us and where he really talks now book for anyone who wasn't ready for working deathly read it it's still relevant it's a classic it's still bestseller and the reason for it yeah yeah a little over sixty six and a half years it was started as a passion project and turn into a real successful business that have impacted the study as well for all of you guys out there thinking like Oh i WanNa start a business I don't know what it is so just like listen on and perhaps there's some part of these moments that you can relate to really Revolutionary Guards tells you like how you can design your lifestyle and you can create with today's technology information you create a business where you're not lucky independent and you can travel and do all these things which for me me and I was very interesting because we've always dreamed of traveling and seeing the world so we did Lexi hair and we were these a bit of a barrier because you're like they want some for me to take their WANNA take and you're on the defensive so I think another right away tip whenever you're approaching somebody style entrepreneurs took off as we talked about our previous episodes I think so too we talk about their whole monthly hair journey that was a long episode and now we're talking about intelligence don't come from a place of taking come from a place where you can deliver some sort of value or how you can also give and not just take I think right away I think it'd just important one of the ways that people often reach out to me sort of the brain yes how did you know this is an favorite way and it's also very common way of please refrain from using that statement yeah usually I do this as well there's people that I look up to I want to connect with and always the best way to reach out it's usually keep a short people don't have time people to reach out to I guess people that they want to have as mentors let's go out for coffee I want to pick your brain and I'm like my brain is not for peaking somebody that I've met at a party a university in different furnitures another entrepreneur and said hey this got you j. his looking for somebody to speak to you about WanNa create a lifestyle business because he approach our friend guy his name was guy and when you show saying hey I wanted to learn from somebody who has alleged business he said perfect talk to Alex thing is that just having free time and just making money for the sake of money Ashley gets boring really fast once you overcome that a really appreciate work and get into it in regards to like really inspiring love to learn from this it does how I can give you direct value prop of maybe already change yeah so I guess a year and a half two years past and somebody approaches me a lot of guys message me or US and we're very grateful for it the create a lifestyle business and like really come on Cave Steig it is I mean I think anytime when somebody comes to you and they want something right away you're there's the when you're at least interested because the reality of starting a business even if the life thousands even if you're not planning to millions of dollars is that is going to be difficult and in order to go through the difficulty you better be interested in what you're doing because pretty soon you'll burn outs yeah at least if you're working on something you're working hard research that you helped molly did some Beta for them or whatever in some sort of social proof it does help sometimes hair worked at this low to share my experience when I was working at facebook several months later after we started the whole OCCC here thing was taking off and as we sure before we learned fairly quickly with a business in the whole of a lifestyle business well and make it available for us which was so nice she was just like a customer in a coffee shop so we end up sitting next to her already feel like so welcome just by the stranger who is interesting topic you'll be able to keep going so that was kind of what my advice right off the bat and what ended up with name meetings that you know Eugene I really took off as next to me and she was journaling and writing something in a book and the curious person that I am I just kept looking at her and trying to figure out what is she doing what is your rhyming writing I of freedom traveling him having money you can actually get pretty depressing and we've shared that in our own journey and attacked our just really told them I said Dude it's not about just making money if you're going to go out and do something or do an idea you have to create something that you really generally care about and the life story I wanna tell them everything how they inspired me how did all that when reality whose people really don't have time so keep like a paragraph short paragraph keep a sweet remember what year was but it was January I I remember that very clearly we were surprised there was a coffee shop that was open not too far from what you still live shops yeah we got well every day to focus on mindfulness gratitude intentionally setting your days intentions and I've just never seen anything like that but again she didn't have a product much running lexi hair we started in July and in September we were already in south of France pretty much doing the workweek exactly so he was obviously this is the guy however you can provide them that is related those relatable to the can be anywhere it's not all by exactly so usually reaches out in this way but because it was through a friend I'm always curious I always love people watching and most fascinated by people's stories what they do where they come from who are they I'm not afraid to strike up a conversation with a stranger so I just introduction which was warm also it was I've already met him previously said he cool whatever it would you got together for coffee and we start chatting and he was just looking like very loose paper very different experience than let's say if I'm GonNa Journal which is an actual structure journal that was kind of a spark came much later but just seeing her do that and there were no tables there was just one tiny table there were sort of dirty and this woman was sitting next to the table and the more she saw she actually helped us clear that table stuff is the early two thousand ten thousand eleven and we became really good friends it would just meet up and talk about I'll try to help them with doing several different ideas so who's this guy like oh he has business Lexi air where is he he's in south of France right now and you just like perfect this is the guy he's the second month of us made us realize that people would want something like that in their lives and then Aleksey can go back to that conversation yes so the conversation was throughout my friendship with huge was that rents and because we were very like minded were both into mindfulness and self development and Tim Ferriss and set Godin and Gary Bainer Sharks and all that and one time I think this is probably your forward there was Gina how you can tell I can tell you this part of the story so this was Gosh I see she the early days he's always looking for that lifestyle business that idea as Tim ferriss calls it the Muse the thing is I think a lot of people you WanNa create a business and you WanNa be successful you want this these printouts that sort of took from a book I can't remember even the maybe she put it together herself I don't really know but it was something that she would just print for herself generally photo printer I think he was just fascinating and it was like this whole system it was very different of course than five minute journal but ten questions it was a bit more complex but the idea was still have freedom but what's the avenue to get their higher you're gonNa Ashley Become Successful in a lot of times you need them used union idea a business you'll be able to houser psychology and what you can actually do when you study happiness instead of depression in the what actually leads to people overcoming a lot of these things and becoming amore happier living more fulfilled lives and were just discussing this thing in whatever relies Bene- said this book is Great It gives you all these actual tactics a very deep conversations about life and meaning all this stuff we discuss here on the podcast and one of the books that were discussing during our walk that I found fast he knows he's four workweek and we met up and he just saying who's picking my brain on how to create a lifestyle business and this is Dr Scientifically backed in regard to how gratitude can help you be more happier how affirmations can really help you build up use a person of the on his book and the Shaun anchors used to be a Harvard student also then Harvard Ta for the Happiness Course Harvard by this very famous course and professors always filled out dating was called the happiness advantage by Shawn Acre and Sean you don't have to read the book we're going to look in the show notes he has a hilarious Ted talk those rare people who even bought a book and finished it which was very small percentage yeah right even those people like myself who will say read or listen to that book will ask for what are you journaling about so she had an old book but she also had this printouts that she used to print that had several questions and one of them was what are you grateful for I say Oh that was great I should be grateful I should do affirmations I should do these things but next day comes you close the book you move on and do nothing bringing these ideas together of the benefits of journaling but in the way of doing it in a very effective and efficient making a very simple agree and Harvard and during this time he actually studied a lot of research in positive psychology and what's his book happiness vans really breaks down a lot of this research it's another day I'm so busy and really priming your mood in your state and warnings something that Tony Robbins which is another big corporation of us always talked about about your state I'm your state of who you are and then you'll be able to attract these things in your life the problem here is this is a great book in reality most people don't even read books and even those people I do like there's no way I'm going to journal for one to two hours a day there's just too much time we need something like quick five minutes and that's where we really talk about L. Dawn so we went on a walk together for hikes when we do go through these very long hikes and Mimi sometimes it'd be like where are you guys for hours that had Thai four five hours absorb cues and questions but you journal like an hour to two hours a day he would talk about how the journaling helps him so much and such a great habit and I'll say walk do all these things we did this however in Canada when it's minus thirty outside and Celsius which is the equivalent of that unfair height you don't WanNa get out for an hour of power in his get the edge program and things like that he has this whole thing of like our power same thing one hour in the morning you prime yourself you go for a walk do gratitude so then said Hey I think we have an id how we put together Journal and Ginobili where we just had the simple from then on us at I really want to have this kind of journal in my own life because I think it's hugh for a business is that you want these products oozes for yourself so I said really want Ashley create because this is something that I would want to have on my bedside table right because I understood you know another thing that I've learned from doing Tony Roma's back in a day thing you can do to be happier that's really that's the really the intention for the five minutes Joel how can you create something released simple with simple prompts you do first thing in the morning with great things that will happen that setting positive intense setting positive intentions for the prime your brain to the good that is gonNA happen today instead of how overwhelmed you'll be today it Kinda little sentence that I came across on Kura or is this forum where you can ask questions anti answer them and it was like well we really want to create what's the simplest most affected of excuses not to do that however I understood and myself experienced the benefits of having an hour or even fifty minutes thrive he called her whatever it was will journey for journaling because also usually another inspiration. UJA was a avid journalist so hugh journal like blank state and he had hey let's do this because before always trying to learn from me like how to create a business as had the best way to learn is to actually do so this is a product that are re- Eh meditate all these things but most people in reality don't have time for that most at the most will have five minutes a day that's already asking a lot even asking for five minutes I'm grateful for that was my simple technique without you and buying the firemen journal or anything else if there's one thing that you can do that can really change your life as it has for me thing and a lasting right before you go to sleep too early prime your mind especially your subconscious because when you wake up first thing in the morning when you go to sleep why did you mention Korir Chorus I was just thinking another really habit that I built up that a little different from you Jesus as our just trae myself as soon as I wake up I'll just think one thing first thing I can do to be happier everybody wants a quick pill everybody wanted to be easier right and that's why I said to you Jay do is great that you journal for one dollars a day Schwantz three in your bed and also now that we have kids like people with kids are not going to be able to do that for somebody who is single yeah sure you can find that time but once you have kids you'll find seeing things I could be grateful for even when I think the world's against me and that one habit and exercise totally shifted and changed my life that can be a product we got also then inspiration reading the simplest most effective thing to be happy because that was the question is will have the questions on the core somebody asks hey guys was the simplest most with all these things I said this is a product we can have that we can create Lewis Create a system that would wanNA use ourselves simple way that you journal in the mall you WanNa do that so I said hey if you can do the operations and I'll walk you through the whole system of what it takes to start a business that can be a four it telling people just to practice gratitude in the morning I really encourage you guys suit listening to try this you like I said to train yourself as soon as you wake up tomorrow this is the operation side so that is again the banks the bank account started registering with all the authorities importing exporting workweek business meaning create a product from China you source you bring it in you important to the US the US. Even though we're Canadian right we weren't even I have experienced in design and product creation all that stuff and this is something I really enjoy doing and what I don't enjoy doing a lot of the admin stuff all business US citizens we understood that the US even back then what we learn from our previous business us is the biggest consumer market in the world even though it's not that biggest by morning and in the evening and was make thousands of east because I know usually when you go to manufacturing the minimum or quantity emo Q. and they usually being setting all the counts Amazon shop of five people all those things like a lot of paperwork and tedious stuff but very important either we'll say what it is for these kinds of journals thousand units make the price more or less like so you can create something on the market as Caitlyn created thousands of these Eunice online that fulfill warehouse will get a message and they'll ship it automatically to that person where needs to go so this is why you can be in Bali and uh-huh because I started doing this when I was like a really rough part of my life this is like when my father passed away my stepfather pass away I broke my arm leg all those things that are talked about were on addicts through third party fulfilment so third party per film it all it is is the warehouse that holds your goods and you connect to your online ecommerce store and when somebody order entrepreneurs and bring them great speaker so he wanted to bring Tim Ferriss as-as keynote speaker and he saw an opportunity to put together an event because explaining how to do it in the benefit and why's that why this question why all these questions are important anybody who buys a journal highly recommend to read those introductory all the like the creative aspect marketing aspect the product aspect customer service because this is the stuff that we really thrive on I love product creation and like all the bad stuff that could happen happens me then this is what I saw a practicing this because I was really a victim in order to get myself out of the victim state sorry depending out and we finally got the chance where we put everything together we printed it and we had a great opportunity because our friend Jason Gain Art born for the business and also getting off the ground is our friend Jason Gainer was also a transitionary state where Hughes creating this new business for himself connecting because I really didn't care this was just a side project and I said Jay you drive this meaning I'll do my part on the product and you do your part actual operations mastermind talks and he bet all the money didn't have he borrowed I think eighty thousand dollars from one of his other friends this is very interesting too more but the GDP power consumption power is really great so that's the market to go to so we have to import US Sullen to the US and fulfill our you just primes meet granted the makes me think of what I have we go on ceramic see well we don't have start comparison comparing so being a victim affairs at that time was selling a book I think it was called the four hour chef and Tim was a lot of these offers in order to the event we finally printed books and we ship them into Toronto and we said Hey Jason we're kind of helping them back in the day organizers whole event we'll think of one thing you were grateful for used in the shower I talk to you so in the shower now these still do it it's one habit that I've kept to myself same thing pages because they are very important and we just collaborated a remix on putting that everything together and it took some time it took I think about a year or so and Jason Uga and our friend Mirosic as well so he said Jason would be cool if we give away all of our new five hundred journals that would just created New York Times bestseller. Yeah they have to sell a certain amount of books when I launch so tim said hey at the top tier if you buy our five thousand ten thousand my book fine barred this money to get Tim Ferriss as a keynote speaker and then he then sold tickets to for this event called mastermind and as part of that really became this product and then we teamed up with you know he did the writing piece because I'm not a big fan of writing so he put together that introductory thing for the Journal it costs about eighty thousand dollars us. I will do to keynote speeches for you anywhere in the world or something like that and Jason's like this brilliant this is the deal businesses working and you're not even there in the US yourself so this is the kind of the system I tell him all kinds of T. shirt I'll walk you through it by WanNa do all that work Mimi and I will handle also a big risk back then he quit and so hold different sore wish avenues guest but he had this whole other business and he started this whole business about into events was called why how many copies of Tim Ferriss books when they launched because what a lot of these offers do what he don't deal with those companies I still don't know but pinging story which is very a your event when we launch this was the May two thousand thirteen and it's like sure cool like let's do it if you can make it happen why not like everybody enjoys like three stuff he gives Tim Ferriss who was a huge inspiration to us on our journey with luxy hair now we're this company intelligent change tation giving them product fast-forward Tim Ferriss becomes the Oprah of the Internet of podcasting voice and it's a whole different I know that I can buy this and buy many books and get him as a keynote speaker and if anything else I have another friend of an event business and healed by for me so he bought it he bet everything on the line walk on the stuff and one thing that you did was really set the business on this whole nice trajectory that which would relieve a no about table to get the mail market through fares for this product and to provide as a social proof and because you know he got this product really won his blogs never to sell was mostly to share like actually share value and provide value and I think that it's truly the best way to ever sell in fact when you don't actually try so you you even mentioned in there as kind of an acknowledgment is inspiration once you have this product so there's no really a sales pitch it was your expectations genuinely authentically share something that helps you in that should always be the goal when you're starting any business any service any products to create things that you genuinely want to use that the process even though I mean you j WanNa Parsh- Fifty fifty me an eye we always do everything together we always bounce ideas off together some names with everything and what happened was there was just this magic formula Tim Ferriss and Mimi of course featuring it in your morning routine story but basically Tim Ferriss the product and the product loves the product and within the settlements he said Heiki I wanNA buy a few thousand units off you for my quarterly you want to have in your life because that way you'll never ever have to sell all you have to do is just use them and people will be inspired if that's something they actually need in their lives thank those are not considered paid with never six years never ever done any paid marketing tools obey it was very special that not only not organized this way just just support him bouncing their ideas with us we had a group right there and Kinda like a mastermind group we call the delivering value and it was me elgin change in stance for is one of our businesses that we've had Alex for how many years six years I think it's more than six because we've been in London for six hundred sixty there has podcast I don't think it was even up yet maybe hugest getting going and then of course Abby Mimi is being as that person behind the scenes because Rows Fox and then you just mentioned it in his morning routine book tools of titans all that stuff on his podcast like million times non-paid be in all of our conversations should be our mediator to really be that kind of third party without really ground US and real helpless ideas he gives it the firemen Israel to him directly and says Tim I just WanNa say thank you so much it wasn't like a pitch Hussein thank you really appreciate watching that we created this product inspired especially if it's on brand and support it so a cool do it so we get our books in their would give it out to the whole audience you little speech encouraging like yeah you do Monsanto actually we've never done any paid marketing for intelligent change like free products that's not that's not pay that's gifts your night routine and those that is part of my morning and night because it yet was those videos all natural organic like the intentional they will want to buy or use your services definitely and those videos the morning racine and the neighbors human she can still wash now and legit those were are routines things just changed when you have a baby you're more seems a bit different in a lot more fast paced exactly those videos listen all right thank you so much how myself in in our own journeys when we implemented and uses tooling our lives you Ashley Start Feeling grateful and there's a big difference between gratitude is very hot in our culture however even for myself it's a whole different thing of actually saying you're grateful the bedsheets against your skin or have that another chance at life is truly incredible because a lot of these things we take for granted this is the reason why the mighty is a whole different experience just realizing how lucky you are just to wake up just open your eyes in the morning it's just debris and see orders to feel it's a very simple product but in that simplicity of what it is even though people try to copy it imitated there's still something in it because way we always talk about like I love the author of EPA Love was Elizabeth Gilbert Elizabeth Gilbert and her book big magic yeah where she speaks merely just during the war but rather actually embodying the word gratitude like healing deeply in your skin and every cell of your body managerless is really not about me it's not about Alex Simon about Tim Ferriss is about the product itself and because people use it daily and you know that's why I'm I'm immensely grateful for everything that transpired like after and it became a piece of its own and we didn't really have to in a way force it just had its own movement all we had to relieve keep doing is just making sure that we're in stock to this day we still some reason this idea of the five hundred zero were able to fish it out and bring it's a real life and you know it hindsight even now even then like when people look at it like it looked so simple that I really genuinely enjoy signing on the name name in the questions and the layout and just that limiting to those questions it's really had a lot of attention to it and that combination of Tim Ferriss and Mimi really allowed us to gain that first true fans very quickly is that what is luck it surely is when preparation meets opportunity is being there at the right time and doing the right things and executing wishes still there now on his blog it was just sometimes forces come together and even with this is the five minute journal in Xining I put in you know you see yeah slave away on photoshop kind of putting all that together are picking the linen fabric and places in the logo these are all the things there's ideas in the ether they exist and is sometimes it's the ID will pick certain individuals who bring them to life and for by miniature like I said it has his life on his own because now hundreds of thousands of people saw the benefits of it and you know our top purchasers you take valley from it they're able to see like once you actually do this you do one five and a journal in full at six months of it and you commit to it and do I people usually by two and they always share of somebody else and I love seeing when people buy for their companies as gifts you know especially now like holidays or Chimera way it's made as design right it's still flatters me that even the whole of the morning part being this color the shade being the night these are all little features that I lambs on top five hundred were there in the world there's so many books Oh my God millions of the most fascinating partly is not beyond the unit sold when I mentioned are say things like five hundred thousand units solar two hundred thousand plus copies sold I think about wow the in does does the impact of MHM and being able to bring something to market that the market wants the yet to be prepared and most importantly I think to this day was special as that it has a momentum of its own the final fifty we had to make

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Hour 1 - Paul Lukas (04-16-20)

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Hour 1 - Paul Lukas (04-16-20)

"Hi there I'm Zach Braff. Donald face on we're real life best friends. We met playing fake life. Best Friends Turk and J D on the Sitcom scrubs twenty years later. We've decided to Rewatch the series one episode at a time and put our memories into a podcast. You can listen to it home. We're going to get all our special guests friends like Sarah Chalk. John C McGinley. Neil Flynn Judy. Reyes show Creator Bill. Lawrence Editors Writers and even prompt masters would tell us about what inspired the series and how we became a family. You can to the podcast. Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. And wherever you get your podcasts. Hey guys it's Jack O'Brien co-founder of crack Dot Com and I host a twice Daily News and culture podcast with the funniest person. I know miles gray. What an owner telling them. More about how hilarious. I don't tell them about my background in politics as a political operative or anything like that. Just keep going on about the funny. I wasn't going to okay. That's guys you can come get caught up on what is happening without feeling the life train out of your soul at the daily Zeitgeist. You'll find us on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever fine podcasts are given away for free? You are listening to the Dan. Patrick show on Fox sports radio. Glad you're part of the program. We got a poll question. We gotta play the day got a couple of stats of the day. You can watch on YouTube dot com slash. The Dan Patrick. Show which free all three hours and You can also listen. Three hundred and sixty two radio affiliates around the country as planned starting to develop to open up sports leagues or facing the very real possibility of competing without fans. And there's a lot of factors to consider here first of all you have public safety. You have the financial impact and then just the logistics of getting everybody in one area to try to play these games but something that's harder to quantify is really the bond between fans and the competitors. You know that Adrenalin Rush. You get from hearing the roar of the crowd. You hit a last second shot. He hit a home run. You strike somebody. Our bases loaded the rituals of tailgating the sense of community. You have when your team goes out there. Rallying for the home team and the stronger leagues can make this work financially. Tv money has changed the way. Many sports organized into most of the industry should be able to survive without ticket revenue as fans. Were hungry to watch. We want to watch something. That's real but something will be lost during the strain unprecedented time. It'll be lost in translation there because we're going to be watching. We won't be there. They're going to be playing but they won't hear us. It'll be something that we're not gonNA forget. Players are not going to forget but hopefully it's a brief period that will be able to safely root for our favorite teams in person. At some point. I know that we talk about jump. Starting the economy and everybody wants that to happen. I don't understand when we attach sports to jump starting the economy you jump start the economy through swords if you're able to go to sports if I can have one hundred thousand fans in the Big House if I can get twenty thousand at Staples Center if I can get ninety thousand at the Coliseum to watch USC FOOTBALL. That's helping to jump start the economy if you're playing a game and I can't go to the game and all I'm doing is doing what I'm doing now and that's sitting at home. That's not jump starting the economy so I disagree with the leaders who say hey. This'll help jump. Start the economy until we get to go to a game. It's not jump. Starting the economy it jump starts are mood because now we have something that we can watch. That's live instead of saying. Hey let me go back and watch something from one thousand nine hundred seventy two. It's Kareem abdul-jabbar in the box against the Detroit Pistons. Which by the way I was watching this morning. Kareem is so great. He is so great back then. So as Oscar to his point guard and then you had some people talking yesterday People who get paid to do this. The Vice President Vice President Pence had a call with College Commission College Commissioners. And you've had some reaction to this. Usa Today said part of the call had to do with differentiating college. Sports from professional leagues. Pro Athletes can collectively bargain their working conditions in their return to play college athletes enough in fact the liability of bringing college sports back too soon and exposing athletes to infection could be significant the COMMISSIONERS USA. Today goes onto say will be the main entity that decide when college sports return with input from the NCAA and medical personnel. Of course college. Football does not have a central authority powers held by the power five conferences. Acc Big Ten big twelve PAC twelve and SEC. You can't order him back and you can't. You can't say to your athletes. Hey it's not safe enough for students to come back but come on back. Not Going to happen can happen and you can't say to them. They're student athletes. I think it really puts them in a precarious position. Imagine if your your kids you know your children are one of those players and you can't go back to school but we want you to go back and play football. If they have safeguards put in place where everybody is tested were those who need to get. Tested can get tested. But then we start to look at the athletes and you want to get them tested. And you're GONNA do that on a weekly basis. All it takes is one person to test positive. Then you shut down one person. Let's say Michigan's football comes back one player test positive. You shut it down right. Those are some of the hurdles that you have here. And that's where it's difficult. You're talking about mayor in Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti. You're talking about the Governor Gavin newsom. They're not GONNA be having fans in Los Angeles at Sporting Events. Not Anytime soon the. Nfl's planning on this. I told you I don't know I don't even know what day it is sometimes but was a week ago. Two weeks ago the. Nfl's looking at a truncated schedule that they're looking at twelve game. Fourteen game maybe a get to sixteen games but they have to look at alternative plans here. Washington Post had that yesterday Mark Maske while still publicly committed to kicking off. It's twenty twenty season in September. Two pack stadiums the NFL has been contemplating contingencies. That include a potentially shortened schedule holding games and empty or partially filled stadiums and moving or rescheduling games. If necessary. That's three people familiar with the League's planning set on Wednesday. Yeah I got that information two weeks ago and they were looking at. It was probably going to be twelve games. I said would they go down to ten and I got a pause at the other end said probably not they would want to try to get twelve games if possible scenarios and we should be thinking about scenarios but I also think you gotTa Mike. Trout said yesterday to Mike Trico on NBC sports network. Look I don't want to be quarantined. For four months. My wife is pregnant. I can't leave to be there for the birth of my first child but they they WANNA get paid. They need to get paid. It's so there's so many different loopholes here. Can I put a big bubble over Phoenix and Scottsdale Chandler Arizona? And say yeah go in there and it'll be safe. I hope it safe. Can I do that to Florida where it's far more spread out? It's just a challenge here to try to do it. You got the WWe coming back the UFC is going to be coming back. We're going to talk to the Commissioner of golf the PGA. Tomorrow and ask about golf. Coming back I can see golf coming back. You know there is social distancing. I could see tennis coming. Back their social distancing. I don't have any fans there but you could still hold those types of events you could do remote cameras with golf. Augusta could set that up right now they have the money they have the infrastructure there to just set up remote cameras. It's not gonNA look pretty it. You'll have robotic cameras. That's what we have here in the man Cave Robotic Cameras. One person is in control of that. Set IT UP NUMBER OF PEOPLE. You limit the number of people who go out to work on the course and you hold an event. Now the players understands distancing you and your caddy. That's about it. I think you can do some of these sports. It's what are we rushing back four. You know it's not jump starting the economy and if it was say okay. I understand but if no fans can go this is about TV revenue. This is about the TV networks. Here this is about the players getting paid. That's not jumpstarting any economy but we continue to search your and we continue to try to come up with scenarios which which we should it's when we put a timeframe on these leagues on a decision. Look how many times we've done this all the sports you know what should be able to come back in April. Hey we're planning on coming back. I May. Hey We're thinking about June. Hey now there might not be football in the in the fall. Now we're talking about Springfield. We're all over the place here and that's where it gets dangerous because you're pushing something that maybe it's the immovable force against the irresistible object. You gotta be careful of how much we push how much we open this up and I have friends who live in states and say what is the big deal here. I have a friend who lives in Arizona. He's playing golf every day he goes. We don't see anything. This big deal out here. I said well it might be but there are other country parts of the country that are severely impacted by this. And you've got to be fair to them if you're rutgers playing in the New York City area can you really host a game can you travel syracuse? Can you travel in somebody you know? They're all these logistical nightmares. But I'm glad we're exploring it and yes we all want it to come back but I just don't think anything's coming back anytime soon. There's going to be a whole lot of pressure to do it. I just don't know if we could do it and make it safe for everybody. I don't get any political soapbox I try not to. I'm just trying to be realistic. And being honest with you in what I see what I hear in what I think there are no political. I don't want to weaponize anything that has to do with Cova nineteen. I don't I had opportunity to go to Yale. Hospital two days ago with my wife who makes ice cream and she wanted to handed out to workers just to show up and say let's put a smile on their face and you're you're witnessing the frontlines they have four hundred cases of corona virus. There and you could see in their faces. They're shell shocked they're like Oh my God thank you like. They just wanted something that said. Thank you smile on your face just anything. And they said we'll wouldn't how come you're here and I said look I'm along for the ride just to try to get some credit here with my wife. She's the one that's wanted to come here and they said thank you. No one on the streets no one. It's like a ghost town in New Haven Connecticut at Yale. One of the great hospitals in the world. And you could just see what they're going through so you can't go. Hey let's just be cavalier about this. You can't be if you're around it you see it you feel it and I'm fortunate that I'm I'm safe. My kids are and nobody is contracted this but I feel lucky that I'm able to do this every single day. So just understand. It might not be where you are but it could and it is affecting a lot of people. Maybe not as many people as we thought. But it's still affecting quite a few people. New York City is apocalyptic. You don't even people who've been in New York and people who have to live in your can stay in New York and stay in their apartment telling me you just look outside and there's no life there's nothing there's just you can hear. Echoes when people talk so it's haunting in. That's why I always caution. Let's not put a time frame on this. Let's understand exactly what we have in front of us here attack together and hopefully we get something in our lives that we've come to appreciate expect take for granted and that is sports back in an arena in a football stadium all of those things which. I think we all use some comfort right now when it comes to that. I eight seven seven three. Dp show email address DP. Dan Patrick Dot com twitter handle at. Dp Show we'll get two phone calls coming up mclovin. You've got a poll question for me. I don't know if this is actual poll question but if we put up are you. Okay having sports with fans. How do people respond to that at this point? I'm fine with it but but I don't have an option. Do you think most fans feel that way? You can put it up there but we we don't we don't have an option so it doesn't feel like there's any other answer then y'all take sports because we have. We have no other choice here. I'm glad another another question to you said that it won't jump start the economy from like dollars incentive but is there like a financial value of lifting the mood of the country and putting sports on. Tv I feel like sometimes. The stock market's all based on the mood of the country. Anyway so I feel like lifting. The mood has about. Maybe so I'm just talking about these smaller cities. These College Cities College towns small businesses people who rely on tailgates and they supply food. That you come in. There's takeout there's atmosphere Mike. That's the economy I'm talking about. It's the little guy who was being crushed here. Bigger business though survive. They'll take a hit but they'll survive the smaller guys. That's where you go into these lambeau and you know there's certain places you can go there and eat. You can go there and drink like those people. They're the ones that are hurt. They've been stung and may not recover. So when you jump starting to Konami in our mood changes and the stock market goes up okay. But that's not what I'm talking about when we're dealing with the economy mclovin. You'RE NOT ON ANTI Sharia another question about college sports. You think that this will end up. Getting pairs played or just change a whole structure of college sports Biji said they can't go back as regular students. Is there any chance that they they label the professionals and go well polling? I talked about this yesterday after the show. Can you just say look? We're going to treat you as college employees. Then we pay you minimum wage. Like I wonder what the future of the NCAA is going to be. I do I think big picture I wonder what the NC Double A. is going to be after this year after we get through this pandemic. I I don't know. Are we going to expand on? We're going rip up that contract with the final four. Espn has and make it sixteen teams because you have that might be the lifeblood for some of these a lot of these universities with their secondary sport they may all go under in it started with Cincinnati Sang. We're getting rid of our soccer program because they were going to save close to eight million over the next ten years and then you had old dominion canceling their wrestling program. I think they open the door. They open the door. Then all bets are off right now so I think there's so much attached to this and as much as we want to come up with game. Plans using caution is the smartest thing that we can do. How can I ensure safety for these football players when they come back? How can I ensure safety for these baseball players when they come back the NBA? If it comes back fans aren't going to be able to go out. I'm of the mindset. I will not see a game in person probably in the next year like I. I really wonder when we could actually go back when you feel confident when you feel safe going back. Because as we found out with Rudy Gobert when one guy test positive he brought down an entire league and extrapolate that he basically brought down sports. Because now we realized there's something really attached to this now. It could hit anybody now. It could be. The people came in contact with him. The referees who did a game they contracted this. You know what other players Donovan Mitchell. And then we're fans around this the trainings like it. Just it just trickles down there and that's where trying to jump start the economy. I hope we can and I hope. Sports plays a large role in that. But I just don't see that happening will come up with a poll question today. We'll talk about the bulls documentary and Also there was talk yesterday with Odell Beckham Junior the third maybe being traded as. I'm going to say it was more of a I'm hearing or a rumor by a sports host. 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Andy can you tell me exactly how that was presented by a host on? Wfan believe it was mark. The looses said that he was hearing that the Vikings. We're hearing talking about the owed altree. Okay all right so if it's a report that's one thing but I'm hearing you know then I sort of go okay. I hear a lot of things and a lot of things. I don't tell you because I'm just hearing that doesn't mean that it's happening so I thought all right let me reach out to a source and I said let me see why would ob. J. WanNa go to the vikings run oriented defensive-minded head coach and my source said well he can be the number one wide receiver in a very good team. Offense is run by Kubiak and the staff includes his son. They've been together for a while. And I said BUT MINNESOTA. They need a big time. Guy Since trading digs. They go from one hard to coach wide receiver to another and I said well exactly like why is Minnesota wanted to bring in Odell Beckham Junior when you just had stefan digs who wanted to get out of Minnesota and I know oh? Bj Is Great? I get it all of that stuff. I don't want him in. And IF ANYTHING IF I'M CLEVELAND. I want to see if I can make this work with Baker. Mayfield Jarvis Landry. I I want to see if now everybody's got the problem I have with Oh Bj. Is I think Baker Mayfield tried to force the ball to him to make him happy. I WANNA go to. Ob J. as much as I can but when you force it and you're not looking elsewhere than it affects the overall performance of the offense so then I got a text this morning from the same source and he says sounds like the Vikings are more inclined to draft a wide receiver than make that trade and I said how come he said more of the same headaches in a look. We're hoping for stories like this but the reality of this is Mike. Zimmer is a tough minded guy may not go put up with this that head coach is not white. You don't trade for that Stefan digs was already there. And then Stefan digs. Maybe became a different player. And then you want your touches because hey I had this unbelievable catch to beat the like. I'm something now I I need to have the ball. I need my touches. But you're not looking for a headache and that's what you would be doing if you trade for Oh. Bj You're going. Hey let's look for another headache here now. That doesn't make any sense. I want to see what Baker Mayfield does. There's a lot attached to this season. I think with Baker Mayfield I. It may not be success or bust for him. But you know we'll get close to that if he has another year where he struggles but he he has to stop zeroing in on one guy. You know the great quarterbacks spread it around it go back to one of my favorite moments in painful moments because I was a Bengal fan back then when Joe Montana leads them down. And they score the touchdown under a minute to go and he throws it to John Taylor because you know what they did. They put Jerry Rice as a tight end. And Joe New Jerry was going to confuse them and opened things up and John Taylor had single coverage any through it to John Taylor. One of the biggest moments in forty niner history and the greatest wide receiver time was a decoy. That's the interesting part of that. Use All of the weapons you have in Baker Mayfield's go to be great. He has to go back to that rookie year. Where simplify it? Don't try to be Brett Farve. Just make the plays that. Are there in front of you because that team is so good and talented talent. I should say not good but talented. And I think that'll be interesting to see what happens with the browns trading Odell Beckham. I wouldn't have brought him in in the first place. And don't I don't want somebody to take this out of context. I'm fascinated watching him but understand. I was fascinated watching Jameis Winston. Ob Jay is incredible talent. He's an entertainer. I don't like entertainers I like guys. Who Know what they do and how they make the team better entertainer boy that sounds so singular and selfish and that makes me nervous here. I know wide receivers are divas but even Jerry. Rice was a team player. He would come back and tell. Montana Montana says this. Hey I'm open. You got thrown the ball. Well the quarterback has to be able to say. I'll get it to you. I had somebody else. And that's where the coach comes in and says look it doesn't run through you Odell. The offense does not run through you. You compliment the offense because it's an entire offense not just you and I never met a wide. Receiver wasn't open by the way Mary. Kay cabot she covers. The browns does a great job. She had this to say about the possibility of trading Odell Beckham Junior. I haven't gotten any sense so far that there really is anything to it now. That doesn't mean that a conversation or a phone call didn't take place it doesn't mean somebody didn't try didn't inquire but as of as of right now from everything that I understand There there was just nothing. There doesn't mean something won't happen but from what I'm told this morning my source said that more likely to every team in the draft will get a wide receiver by the way. That's how deep this draft is from every single ones all thirty two teams into I rap. They're not all take okay. Yeah Yeah in the draft. They're going to take they're going to get a quality wide receiver. That's how I think. There's forty two considered quality wide receivers. That's how deep this wide receiving field is that everybody's going to get what you get one. And it'll be like Oprah you'll get a wide receiver and you get a wide receiver. Do we settle on. A poll question. Mclovin I actually kind of want to go with a uniform question. Maybe even light on the poll question. Okay so the browns came out with the new uniform. It's kind of old school. I'm going to ask you to put your eighty year. Old Shoes on your recruit. Would you go with an old school uniform or a new school year? New School like our friends at Ord Oregon Baylor Naval. Yeah somebody who changes? Every every week Penn State Michigan with the old school. I as much as I hated Michigan growing up I still think. Michigan's got one of the great uniforms in all sports. I do Ohio state's been varying. There's change it up a little bit with their helmets jerseys there but and pinched Penn state's sharp but if I'm an eighteen year old. Nah I didn't like Penn State's uniform back then. Yes Dan. I'm with you. I was raised Irish Catholic sauce. I Chicago I had no choice. But to be a notre dame fan new back remember maybe eight or nine years old. I watched a Michigan football game and is probably the first time I saw them and watch them like. Oh I saw those helmets and the look and Anthony Carter and the gold pants and maize pants. Excuse me and I like I like that and I I see the same thing with the broncos. I know it's like I love the old school ones. I know a lot of the kids may not understand or appreciate Tradition but if you get a chance to play for a team that's around one hundred years or whatever and everything is pretty much stayed the same. I'd WanNa wear one with a fish now. I understand that it's marketing and you know because I don't like it doesn't mean I mean that's not. I'm not their target audience. If you've got an eighteen year old or twenty two year old. They're like yeah. It looks pretty cool. They're not going to be buying into what I grew up with and say. Yeah that looks awesome. That looks classic. You're going to get. I mean that's why. The rams took a chance on their uniforms. It's not for me because I'm going to go. What are you doing? I think it Roman Gabriel Jack. Snow like what are you doing to me? I don't WanNa you know. Then we become to get off my lawn guy when it comes to uniform. They're not marketing for me. Because I haven't bought a Jersey in since archie manning with the saints is the last time I bought a jersey. And that's a great dearth. Yeah it is it was now. I have a lot of jerseys in here but I I haven't bought any jerseys in a long time. You might think that this is the Michael Jordan documentary. It's the documentary and it will start airing on Sunday. Michael Michael's already come out and had that preemptive strike to basically say when you watch this you probably not going to like who I am. But that's who I so. He was on good morning. America with Robin Roberts and that was a whole different Michael Jordan. Because he was emotional and he was funny. And I don't know if you like looking at yourself when you're younger. I think I think Michael was. This is what Mike had to do to become Michael Jordan. He pushed you. He pushed himself but as he says in the documentary. I didn't ask you to do anything that I wouldn't do. He wanted to push you. He picked on people he also talked about Jerry. Krause who was one of the architects of the Bulls back then told the head coach Phil Jackson that Phil was not be not going to be coming back hence the last dance. This was courtesy. Good Morning America. The beginning season basically started when Jerry Krause Tocqueville that he can go eighty two and he would never get the chance to come back and knowing that I was married myself to him. You know. Obviously if he wasn't going to be a coach then I was GonNa play. So Phil started off the year by saying this is the last dance and and we played it that way so mentally it. Just kinda tug that you throughout the course of the year you know but that this had to come to an end but it also centered our focus to make sure we end it right. So it's Michael Jordan. It was courtesy of a good morning. America imagine you a team that's still in its prime you have Jordan you have pippen you have Rodman and you like why not Max this out one more year you. You're going to win another championship here. All you're doing is writing a check. I like how much is that? Is it fifty million dollars that you're going to spend thirty million to Mike but you're making money you're making tons of money. An Ego. Getting in the way is truly amazing but ego gets in the way of dynasties all the time go back to Shaq and Kobe. Ego got in the way the greatest band of all time the Beatles e Ego. Got In the way. You don't WanNa be around this person. You can do it without this person. Hey all show you. I built this. I can build another one amazing. And it's something that you it's hard to quantify that when you when you see somebody their ego like what is that ego and what's it mean you know you can say Magic. And his ego how he played he was selfless bird his ego different than Michael Jordan's ego. Hey I don't want to throw it to you because I'm better than you. So why would I throw it to you? Because I should be the one taken the shot. Just two of the biggest shots and bulls history. Were by John. Paxson and Steve Kerr. It's ego it's about. Winning is winning together is winning in spite. You WanNa show that you can do it. You know Kobe wanted to disassemble and say I can do it without Shaq. Shaq wanted to prove that he could do it without Kobe. In Miami Phil Jackson. You don't think I can. You don't want me here in Chicago. I'll go to La. I'll do it again but ego and try to put that in the proper perspective. It's hard to do because you're going. Wait what why do you have a problem with him? Why don't you want Donovan? Mcnabb and Tarallo problem. Their teammates problem went to war together in a super bowl ego. The EGO of Tom. Brady's or ego bill belichick. How involved was that with the Patriots. Tom's egos saying I don't want Jimmy. Garoppolo around him trade him. Robert Kraft Trades in the EGO. Bill Belichick saying you got what you wanted now. Let me see what you can do when you go someplace else. And I'm coaching the Patriots. Ego The ninety seven ninety eight bowls with Jordan. Pippen Rodman all that crew Kerr there. Sixty-nine nine ninety seven ninety eight. I'm sorry we're sixty two and twenty and of course they won the NBA finals. Do you know the roster of the team. The next year that won thirteen games. That was Tim Floyd's team Toni. Kukoc which was the holdover. Didn't they have a guy out of Iowa? State Marcus fizer the market era. That was one year late. Okay because they got a high draft pick. Yeah they had Brent Barry Ron Harper Randy Brown dickey Simpkins Mark Bryant Andrew Lang Cornell. David those are the starting like go tation. My Granville waiters wasn't on the rosters waiters. Now known Andy currier. You don't ask for it. But that was Tyson. Chandler Tyson Chandler is carve out an unbelievable career but not inferred member when you had those those high school guys and they took both of those guys and Eddy Curry. Do I still have the Eddy? Curry Dallas Mavericks Jersey around here. It's in the bathroom. It's a Mark Cuban Senate to the LARGEST JERSEY. The Mavericks ever made in he used. I don't think he's there for four game. It could be a prom dress. It's so long. It could be a formal. That is a huge huge uniform. All right we'll come back. We're GONNA talk about the best uniforms and an updated list here. Paul Lukas is going to join us he does Yuna Watch and he actually Helps rank the best uniforms that we have in sports? I was surprised said. Usa Today put out a list number one uniform in the NFL. We'll see if the browns are rising on that with their new uniform. What about the buccaneers? And we'll talk to him coming up next and play the day after this. Thanks for listening to the Dan. 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The Atlanta Falcons. Paul Lukas. Actually does this for a living. He looks at uniforms. He's the founder and editor YUNA WATCH DOT COM. What do you think of the Cleveland browns new edition Dan. I think it's a great example Moving forward by going backward. They basically went back to their classic. Look which never really should have gone away from When you look at these new uniforms you think this is what the Cleveland browns are supposed to look like And it's sort of a question of how did they get it so disastrously wrong? Five years ago with the set that they're now moving away from how did the rams get to where they are now where you have one of their legends Eric Dickerson? Who works for the rams railing against the rams with their new logo? Here you know the rams have done something that is uncommon and I think in a way is a little unfair to the fan base and that is instead of unveiling their entire new identity meaning logos. Uniforms the works they just did the logos And they're gonNA do the uniform sometime in May after the draft and it's not clear they said if that's because the uniforms aren't ready yet or they just are trying to sort of. Draw out the suspense But it really isn't. It does a disservice to the fan base. And I think a disservice to your own marketing program when you release a logo without the full context because it's hard you know for for an NFL team a logo. Could it could be appearing on your helmet or not and you know with the rams. Probably not 'cause probably GONNA keep ram horns on the helmet and you really need to see the context of these logos and so yeah you have Fans and you have X. players like Eric dickerson saying we don't like these logos but really what matters is the uniform that that's the you know the most primary thing especially for a team like the rams which as I said are not gonNA almost certainly not going to wear their logo on their helmet So I I think and we're going to have to wait and see where that goes with the rams but I. I don't think they've done themselves or their fan base any favors by doing this to park unveiling but what is the target demo for these new uniforms and the reason why I bring it up is the rams aren't marketing to me. The browns aren't marketing to me. The Atlanta Falcons aren't marketing to my age group. So so what if I don't like it? I'm not the one buying these jerseys unless I'm buying it for my son or grandson. And they're still getting their money out of there. So if you were going to say what's the sweet spot for you know marketing? These uniforms what would it be? Well I think it depends on what you think. The function of a uniform is you're suggesting that it basically has just a piece of merchandise and that's certainly part of it but it's also the thing we see when we watch a game every Sunday. It's it's what we you know. Look at and connect with When we when we turn on the TV and you know the famous Jerry Seinfeld line that we're all rooting for laundry is largely true the players come and go they get traded. They retire but we keep rooting for that uniform. No matter which player is wearing it And that's an important thing as well so while you could say that you know only the whatever the the eighteen thirty four year old demographic is what you know who buys the jerseys but they are marketing to you. They are marketing. You know to me or my dad or whoever because those are the fans as well and those are the people you want to connect with your with your team and having an emotional attachment. I won't turn my team off or pick another team because they have a crappy uniform. Nobody may feel like a little warmer and fuzzier than that. Can that can translate to other things? I mean look at teams like the packers or the cowboys. Or you know for the rams for that rams fans and I can tell you 'cause I hear from a lot of them. Rams fans feel really strongly about that helmet with you know with the curly rams horns on it and they're gonNa be you know and think of the NFL we feel really strongly about NFL helmets. Right like what you have in your studio or TV studios. They have the helmets of the two teams that are playing because that is almost a defacto logo for an NFL team. It's helmet and we don't buy helmets helmets or not merchandise. I mean you may buy a sticker that shows the helmet or you know a mini helmet or something like that. But in general the helmet is not a major piece of merchandise. But it's a really important piece arguably the cornerstone of any teams branding visual branding program. And so I do think it goes beyond just the merchandise sales final minute here if you ran the buccaneers would you do with the uniform Personally I go back to the cream circles and and bring back Bucco Bruce Because I have soft spot for that But I I certainly think they you know similar to the browns. They rejected the sort of Nike approach of of. Let's go newfangled. Let's kind of break the mold. Let's push the envelope and let's lead people scratching their heads thinking you know. What the Hell Are you doing there? And let's go back to basics and so they are now going back to their their classic Super Bowl era uniform and and again. I think that's an improvement. 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NFL Pension Disparity, Photographer Baseball Cards, 'Queen Of Katwe'

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NFL Pension Disparity, Photographer Baseball Cards, 'Queen Of Katwe'

"This is only a game. I'm Karen gibbon ovum buffet SP THE played with the Houston Oilers for sixteen years, but they was inducted into the pro football hall of fame in two thousand three he's now seventy two years old and he's doing all right. I'm hope I'm normal. But, but if they have all of my faculties together, but they knows that many other former players aren't so fortunate only games Martin Kessler picks up the story from here. Elvin buffet told me about a phone call. He had it was with a friend who played pro football before him. We talked about twenty minutes twenty five minutes, and it we hung up phone rang about two three minutes later answer the phone in personal. No, then the lady said who is this as I do it was she says oh. Joe Joe didn't know who he was talking to right then and that hurt. Sports fans, probably know that many former NFL players are struggling physically and mentally. But what they might not know is that many older NFL alums have financial problems to the about the blue pigeon that we get I caught a little pitch compared to others that money comes in and goes right out for doctor bills for co pays for for medicines buffet a hall of Famer who again played sixteen seasons with the Houston. Oilers says he receives thirty three hundred dollars a month from the league that comes to about forty thousand dollars a year, but he'd be getting more. If one thing were different about his career the year. He retired. The Fe and other players who retired before nineteen ninety three are not eligible for a range of benefits available to players who retired after nineteen Ninety-three and their pensions are about a third the size of current players were the one built his. And we're forgotten, but they is trying to change that he's part of a new group that's calling for equitable pensions for prenatal three. Retirees. There's about four thousand of them who qualify. They're basically saying look give us the honor of pension parody before we all disappear. That's Ken Belsen who covers the NFL for the New York Times as he has reported about one hundred forty pre ninety three retirees are dying every year. Belsen says the roots of this pre ninety three post ninety three divide. Go back to the seventies. Football was overtaking baseball as the most popular sport in the US and in the late eighties, serious labor strife began. I think the players realized that wait a second. We want a bigger share of the pie the players wanted full free agency that would mean bigger salaries because teams would have to bid for them in a free market. Not surprisingly the owners resisted for five years, the two sides failed to sign a labor deal. Finally in nineteen Ninety-three. They came to an agreement. The players got a full version of free agency in return. There was a salary cap put in as a sort of stopgap on runaway spending and the players received something else. A whole host of generous benefits were put in a new ities for one ks enhanced severance more years of healthcare coverage for retirees. But these new benefits would not be available to players who had already retired. Tired the agreement? Belsen says effectively put the pre ninety three retirees in a different class member. One didn't play with full agencies. So that didn't make nearly the amount of money some of the current players were making, but they also were left with a relatively small pensions. And none of the other fringe benefits that the new players were getting and in the years after nineteen Ninety-three Belsen says the gap between the two groups only widened, you know, look if your pension benefit is set at two hundred fifty dollars for every year you played and there's no cost of living increase it diminishes over time with inflation. That's just a fact. For years pre ninety three retirees and others have been speaking out. I have been advocating casually probably since about two thousand and two. That's Jane are net. Her husband, John is a former NFL player are net says she realized there was a real problem when hall of Famer dick night train lane passed away. And there was no money to bury him. There was talk of him. Having a poppers funeral which you know, unfortunately, happens to a lot of people. But it was shocking that it would happen to a man like that or net says people did eventually step in to help cover the funeral costs. But the situation raised red flags I started asking around to other people what was going on. And suddenly there was an eruption of stories. Similar stories. Our net says she came to learn there was a program available to help NFL alums in emergencies a dire need fund. She says it was a wonderful resource for men who are struggling to pay their rent mortgage or medical bills. And I think the thing that shocked me in really woke me up was one entry that was for a pair of glasses. I realize and we all realize that there are many many people in this world that are in that kind of situation. It's not uncommon. What concerned me was to meet this was family, and that someone would reach the point in his life that he couldn't even afford the two hundred nineteen dollars for his glasses are net says that made her and other advocates think that more should be done to help retirees before they reached that level of desperation. But we really came to the conclusion as a group that perhaps an increase of pensions would make sense are net says they tried to reach out to the players assoc-. Ta tion we were met with some great hostility. We were really treated as if we were just troublemakers. We advocates in two thousand six former NFL players association head Jean up Shah was asked why retiree benefits were so low on the list of the Union's priorities. Here's the New York Times, Ken Belsen again. He basically said they don't hire me. And they can't fire me. Speaking of retired players think complain about me all day long. They can have their opinion. But the active players have the vote. That's who pays my salary. For the record Upshaw who died in two thousand eight said the quote was taken out of context in two thousand eleven the players association under new head damore Smith managed to secure a pension increase for pre ninety three players. And that was certainly welcome. But it's an extra twenty thirty forty percent, depending on the player off a very small number. You know, they're still one third the amount of the current players are getting so I think a lot of our listeners will just have the gut reaction, you know, the NFL makes so much money. Why can't the hunters just pony up and give these four thousand pre ninety three retirees the same pension benefits. The owners didn't build the league into fourteen billion dollar business by giving things away. The current collective bargaining agreement expires in two thousand twenty one if pre ninety three retirees don't get equal pensions. This time around there may not be many left to help. When the next deal comes up. So pre ninety three retirees are taking one more shot and going through the owners isn't their primary strategy. Before we get to that strategy. I wanna tell you about the person leaving this new effort. She's a lawyer with a pretty strong connection to the pre ninety three retirees. So I am Lisa Marie Riggins. And in addition to being an attorney, I happen to be married to former NFL player John Riggins been introduced, but I'm John I'm an ex football player. I grew up in northeast Kansas. John played running back in the NFL from nineteen seventy one to nineteen eighty five. He was the MVP of Super Bowl seventeen wasn't -ducted into the hall of fame in nineteen Ninety-two, no expert ballplayer. I'm actually doing. What I what I do best. I've become a narrow. What does that entail? What are what are the job? Actually, I'm actually a little bit more than that. I'm the camp Cooke, I'm kind of the overseer of everything domestic in the house, and I'm also the landscape guy. We had a poodle that'd be the pool Boyd for the record. John also works in broadcasting, John. Lisa Marie got married in nineteen Ninety-six a little over a decade later. They moved to Washington DC where John adventures his playing career. Lisa Marie started meeting. More former players she realized many were in quote untenable situations, then in October twenty fifteen. Lisa Marie was on a late night flight home from California. She happened to be sitting next to a woman who worked in government. They started talking about the NFL concussion settlement and then segue into the pensions. Because people always assume, well, you know, at least they can least they have a good pension. You know? And it's like, no, no, no, no. No. No. No. No. No. And then you start to explain it and for her. It was shock. Lisa Marie says, she explained that the pre ninety three retirees didn't have a legal option to try to improve their pensions, and that's one or seat make gave her some advice. And she said, you know, when the courts don't work, you gotta go through a different door. So you need to get into the court of public opinion, and really mind that or Lisa Marie says this was a turning point. She decided she had to get the story of the pre ninety three retirees out to the public. She started trying to set up meetings with lobbyists and other people around DC people met with me solely because of my last name. So I had this currency that I felt like I needed to use. Finally, Lisa Marie Reagan's realized she needed to have a conversation with the general partner at our new law firm where she'd been given the corner office she explained that she needed some time to focus on the issue. And I think it's going to take me about. Six months. So I need to just back off any cases and just take whatever I can take. Lisa Marie started laying the groundwork launch a public advocacy campaign. She started working to form a five. Oh, one C three. She retained a lobbying firm to do research. And she formed aboard six months went by then another six months, I guess after a year into the general partner. My firm said so. Are you coming back, and I said, well, just just a little bit more just need a little bit more just need a little bit more. Well, it's been three years and I lost the corner office. And that's okay. I didn't deserve deserve that real estate. This is a fulltime job, and it's not a paying job, and we could use my income yield. Lisa marie. What's your? What's your income right now? Oh, God, that's embarrassing on the air. It's probably twenty thousand dollars. I mean, I do a case a month at the most Lisa Marie says her husband's been one hundred percent behind her as long as power is still coming into the house. This is not an issue. But that happens we may have to revisit this the outcome of this work has been the launch of a group called fair. Fairness for athletes in retirement, Ken Belsen says fair has a straightforward goal. They're not asking for the nudity or not asking for the four one K plans all the other things that the current generations of players get they just want the same pension calculations that the current players get that's that's all they want. And here's where we get back to one significant piece of fair strategy, its primary focus is not getting NFL owners to simply give more money instead, it's focused on the players union and getting the union to allocate more of the money for player benefits in the upcoming CBA. Two pre ninety three pensions that means reaching the players union membership current players. I think there's a big responsibility on them to recognize the pioneers that help them get the ninety million dollar guaranteed contracts where they are today. Fair plants. The higher pension consultants who can present possible solutions to the players union. The group has also been working with a PR firm and has released videos, featuring the stories of pre ninety three retirees trying to raise awareness. Nineteen sixty nine the average salary in the NFL league wide was twenty five thousand dollars compare that to two million plus today, and it's different world N. Lisa Marie, and John aren't going at this issue alone. Jane are net had step back from advocating around two thousand fifteen when I heard from Lisa Marie. I thought no, you know, there's no more beating that drum for me right now. And she asked if we could speak, and when we spoke, and I heard how reasonable how well thought out and how professionally she was organizing this effort I had to hear more. I had to listen Jane are net is now on fares board of advisors working with Lisa Murray. Reagan's. I mean, I'm very clear on the fact that this is a town race. And you know, I'm at the very end seventy two year old Alvin buffet is also on the board. He plans on speaking out until he dies whether it be another five years in front of me. But at least when I leave it on the set of the others are no I tried. We're not asking for the moon, just a little more. No, more assistance. Ken Belsen of the New York Times says it's still too early to say what will happen? He says he hasn't seen any indication that current players will make retiree pensions a priority. But there's still time for fair to make its case. Lisa Marie Reagan's is cautiously optimistic that current players will listen, and she knows there isn't much room for error for the pre ninety three retirees this is their last shot. If we don't get on the agenda list and move some hearts and the stakeholders then this will just be kind of a sad chapter. That story was from only a games Martin Kessler. In nineteen seventy five photographer. Mike Mandel issued a series of baseball cards sort of think I'm the only artists that ever had a project. It was covered. The same time Newsweek popular photography in Sports Illustrated. That's coming up on only game from NPR. This podcast is made possible by Samuel items for thirty four years Samuel Adam says made their Boston lager inefficiently Sam Adams Bruce with one hundred percent heirloom middle. Fru hops logging their beer for over a month. The Boston beer company Boston mass savor the flavor. Responsibly. Stash shepherd thought she knew her dad. But then one day a stranger called at home phone is in my ear. And he saying your father's did, you know that? The story of a fallen hero. And mysterious obsession that drove him for decades this week on hidden brain. I'm Karen given. And it's time for three stories, you should know USA gymnastics, which recently declared bankruptcy is reportedly trying to award eighty eight thousand dollars in holiday bonuses to employee's. And that's why we're gonna start this week. I'm joined by will Leach, New York magazine, contributing editor via Skype and Craig Calcaterra of NBC sports. Welcome back to both of you honored as always. Hello, karen's. So let's recap the last year in the life of USA gymnastics. Two hundred four women gave victim impact statements against team. Dr Larry Nassar, former CEO, Steve Penney resigned, then he was indicted than he was arrested for allegedly hiding documents related to the case, the US Olympic Committee moved to certify the organization, and that bankruptcy filing will most likely delay the lawsuits brought by women trying to hold the organization accountable with all of this going on it just seems completely tone deaf to pass out holiday bonus. Ses. And I'm wondering what is it gonna take for the people at USA gymnastics and in the Olympic system. More broadly to understand the impact of what they've allowed to happen to the athletes in their care. All of this has increased calls for a union divorce Myers laid out the pros and cons in deadspin article this week is that what it's gonna take Craig? What do you think that wouldn't hurt actually say that? As for this bonus thing, I can definitely say as a former lawyer myself, what would really be useful is attorneys for USA gymnastics, telling their client to stop doing stupid things like this. It's not uncommon in a bankruptcy setting for someone to come in and say, hey, can we pay our executives ten million dollars in bonuses right now? Even though we're closing all of our stores, and it happens because the party asking for it is utterly clueless. It has no conception whatsoever of where it stands in the equities and in the eyes of the public. That's what's going on with USA gymnastics liquidation in a radical of everyone involved in this organization is probably the only thing that is going to bring them to any bit of sense. But if it hasn't happened now to three years later, I don't know when it's going to happen. Yeah. That's the thing is these are still these same people not entirely, but in largely the same people that created this whole mess in the first place for me. I find it very difficult to be surprised that. Craven clueless. People are still doing craven clueless things short of them deciding okay? The way that we're gonna handle her bankruptcy case is succeed from the United States. Declare war. Would surprise me anymore with this with this organization. What strikes me about all of this is right now, we're really focused on USA gymnastics, right? Because that's where Larry Nassar worked. And that's where this particular thing happened. But there are problems with how the system is run through out sort of the Olympics related system. And it just happened to go down at USA gymnastics. But I think if we were to really look into the system, we'd find that athletes are being abused and mistreated and the money is going to the wrong places in a lot of these organizations, and and I think it might be time for athletes to figure out what they can do about. It will you're up. Okay. So this week I was in Santa Clara, California noted college football haven. Your by Facebook headquarters, which was funny I found myself accidentally subverting democracy, just by being that close. Anyway. So I was out that cover the national championship game. It's a reminder of story to happen. In college football. There's a big I live in Athens, Georgia this big deal for the Georgia football team this year. There are more and more players saying, you know, what I'll play a couple of games I can show you that I can play. But then I'm going to back off because you're not paying me for this. I'm just not going to do this at all. And I think right now, it's just meaningless bowl games. But I can see getting to a point where players alike find this game is important to you Lord Sabin. But for me, I wanna be able to make myself available for the draft. And I'm saying, so I think it's a festive kind of thing that's happening. 'cause people as college football becomes a bigger business. You cannot expect college football players who not eventually start treating it like a business itself. What I find fascinating about. It is the double standard that is applied. Of course, I live in very crazy college football town and people will in the same conversation. Talk about how great it is that we just got a coach from another organization, and he broke his contract to come to the state buckeyes, and that's the smart business. And and then the player says I'm going to skip the bowl game. Because I want to save my future earning potential that kid is on little disloyal. And he's terrible. And doesn't he understand what it's all about? I if I'm a player if I play college football, I do not care about those fans one bit. I'm going to do if I have a pro career. Anyway, I'm going to do exactly what these guys were sitting out ballgames. Do it is not worth the scholarship that they have given me to put my body in my future on the line. Yeah, I can't help. But think here Kenny willa kiss. He's was the big ten defensive lineman at the year. He started as a walk on for Michigan state. He he was projected to go as high as the second round in this year's NFL draft. It was one of those great good stories in until the red box bowl, which the red box bulls at thing. How he broke his left fibula? And if he were to enter the draft now, which he's not going to do he'd likely to fall to later rounds, which would cost him literally millions of dollars. You know, if I was a player with any sort of NFL prospects. I think I'd sit in the stand for bowl season, and maybe a whole lot more than that. Well, first of I think that you are very much underrating the sanctity of the I'm so sorry. It's a recent name change. I haven't gotten used to it yet. Blockbuster bowl. So no, I think crate you really have the right? That players are looking at this business because we'll why shouldn't they obviously is fans of the only one still have this allusion that this is about commodity at my all modern and so on it's no one considers that anymore and fortunately because fans consider it more than a business. It's always the players who they always feel like are fungible interchangeable. They're the ones that take the brunt of this Craig please tell us that third story people should know Cuyler Murray the Heisman Trophy winning quarterback for the Oklahoma Sooners has a serious choice to make in the next month. Or so he was drafted in the first round by the Oakland Athletics of major league baseball last year and was given a four point six six million dollar signing bonus because he is a hot baseball prospect. He's very very good very very fast. And he's probably going to be a future center fielder in major league baseball winning that Heisman Trophy and playing for the Oklahoma Sooners. However kind of. Created a bit of a wrinkle because now he is also looked at as a first round draft choice in the NFL. And he has to decide if he's going to play football or baseball recently. It was reported that he is probably leaning towards football kinda surprising for people. He's only five foot nine a lot of people think he's not going to be successful NFL quarterback. He's only guaranteed four point six million dollars in baseball. He could obviously make a lot more. If he makes the major leagues if he's drafted in the top ten of the NFL draft, which he may be he might get a twenty or thirty million dollar guarantee. But heels will face the life of degenerative brain disease, if he gets banged up too much while playing football. So if I'm dad, I probably tell him to go play baseball because he doesn't get broken. If I'm as agent, I tell him to go play football because he could probably make more money at least in the next couple of years. But it's a pretty tough choice for the kid that no one has one's. Hey cuyler. What sport de lightweight? I have not heard that question brought up and all I can speak to how we talk about sports now. Right. We talked about the idea of wants white decision for you. We are all kind of our own business managers in general managers for me when I think of my youth, and I think if the players that most, of course, Dion Sanders and Bo Jackson, even Brian Jordan like no one, even Michael Jordan. We'll just pretend. You wonder like if Bo Jackson right now like Jackson. Bo Jackson was incredible lifetime showed up right now. We would all be like well interesting in the fourth year of his contract he might not incentives that he needs. So maybe he should focus in like, no be automating. Both the shame that we don't even consider that a possibility. Well, I totally agree with you. What does Cuyler Murray want, you know, like we're all going around and around in the pros and cons and the business and the deals and the head injuries. But I hope that he makes the right decision for him and his family and not the right decision for all of us pundits. Who think we know what we're talking about? That said Murray does stand to make more money and have a longer safer career. In baseball baseball does seem to be the Smart Choice. The dad choice, right? What does it say though, about baseball as an institution if he picks football? Instead, Craig I think it says that it has a PR problem is far as appealing to young athletes who have choices baseball's not very glamorous. It never has been. But it's certainly not very glamorous compared to the NBA completed the NFL. It's very hard to sell somebody who has options and football, baseball and basketball other sports to pick baseball, my guess for this week's edition of three stories, you should know have been Willie contributing editor at New York magazine and Craig Calcaterra of NBC sports. Thanks to both of you. Thanks for having me an honor. Thank you. Hi. Mike Mandel grew up in Los Angeles in nineteen fifty eight at the age of eight he became a die hard. San Francisco Giants fan and an avid baseball card collector when I got to be about thirteen. My father said you got all these baseball card is wanted to give them to the kid across the street who's ten Mike Mandel regretted giving away his cards, but a decade later he had moved onto a different passion. And that passion led to another set of really valuable baseball cards. Here's only games. Gary Wallich, Mike Mandel studied photography as an undergrad at Cal State Northridge, he graduated in nineteen seventy-two photography at the point was set. A very interesting moment where it was at least the fine art world photography was confined to pretty small group of people. I mean, there are people like Ansel Adams who are very well known. But not a lot of people around. The world that were that will recognize for decades photography had been widely seen as a utilitarian medium best suited for journalism and portraiture not as high art. But by the time Mandel earned his graduate degree from the San Francisco ardent to toot that perception was changing around that period. The mid seventies photographers started to become recognized. They started to become able to sell were through galleries and be collected by museums and to make fun of that thought I would do a project and that project was the baseball photographer trading cards. So that idea was to go around and make pictures of well known photographers Mandel hope to have the photographers pose as hitters defensive players, whatever they wanted to do. But it caps for all the teams, I had gloves. I had a bat. I had unpire 's chest protector for the back of the card. Mandel would ask the photographers to fill out a questionnaire and. Asked for their height their weight their favorite camera that favorite film, their favorite developer their favorite photographer. It was a fun idea. But Mandel was faced with the problem. How would he actually get photographers to play along first of all needed to make some prototypes? That would enable me to get to the next step. So in the summer of nineteen seventy four he turned to a photographer. He knew imaging Cunningham the ninety one year old was well known for her botanical photographs and industrial landscapes. She lived nearby. I wanted to choose to wear a baseball cap, but she already had it figured out. She was going to wear any Mao cap. That's now as in chairman, and I said, well can't we do the Cincinnati Reds at work up. But we had to do them out Cunningham posed as a pitcher her white hair and impish grin peeking out from under the brim, and she actually had a very nice follow through. And I like the picture a lot. I think. It really shows her in a very high spirit. In fact, Cunningham like the idea so much that she did Mandel a big favor. She was able to contact to Ansel Adams who was a good friend of hers who live down Carmel down the Monterey Bay area. Mandel says Adams already legendary landscape photographer and environmentalist was more than amenable, but it took three months to get onto his calendar. And it turned out that underexposed everything because my flash wasn't synchronized. So ruined all my negatives. And extremely humiliated and barris because he had done a number of books about the technical aspects of Dogra Fay's. So to be someone who screwed up technically this pretty interesting Mandel called atoms to explain what happened Adams just laughed three months later. He had another appointment. He made sure to sink the flash I had Ansel where the catcher's mask and the chest protector of the idea of a catcher, you depreciate as the catcher light. He looked a little funny with his catcher's mask on. He's got the ball in his hand. Looks like it might have been a kind of a typical baseball card. Mandl's plan had worked in the late summer of nineteen seventy four he and his photographer girlfriend. Allison Wolfert set out on a cross country road trip in his tiny Renault. Thirty six states and fourteen thousand miles later Mandel had made portrait's of one hundred thirty four eminent photographers in one thousand nine hundred seventy five it was time to actually produce the sets the cards were done in the same methodology as the original baseball cards. So you buy a pack of ten cards that were packaged at random with a piece of bubblegum for dollar Mandel had four hundred thousand cards printed about that many pieces of bubblegum donated by the Top's chewing gum company. I think they just enjoyed the idea. I just had to pay for the shipping that was at the aroma of the gum sitting in. My house was pretty intense when the cards were finally released in nineteen. Hundred seventy five they garnered a lot of attention. I think I'm the only artists that ever had a project that was covered at the same time Newsweek popular photography in Sports Illustrated. Museums exhibited the collection photographers through card trading. Parties all over the country Mandel was becoming a minor celebrity and meeting other photographers and artists and gave me love confidence in my ideas and going forward with other kinds of conceptual projects like photo collections of obsolete. Motels people in cars and a middle aged Santa Cruz housewife. He also created images for a series of ninety nonsensical. Billboards Mandl's work over the next. Several decades would make him one of the most exhibited photographer artists in the country. When I first walked into Mike Mandl's living room. I almost accidentally sat on a white cardboard box on his couch as we wrap up our conversation. Mike Mandel points to it. It's a complete set of baseball photographer. Trading cards. Now, if you bought like a full carton of cards like that carton of those sitting right next to of the original cards sells for like fifteen thousand dollars on the art market. Gee, I hope nobody put their Niamey savage Beaumont Newhall and bunny Yeager cards in their bicycle spokes. That's only game scary. While a second addition of Mike Mandl's baseball photographer. Trading cards are included in two thousand fifteen collection called good seventies tops isn't making real bubblegum anymore. So the new cards have strips of pink styrofoam printed with the disclaimer this is not gum. Fiona Tessie says back home in Uganda. Most women don't get an education if they cast you know, like would never make it just ahead on only a game. How chess changed field as life? And don't forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter at only a game and PR. Hey, it's guy-roger here. And on the next how I built this. How to women with no background in fitness set up some stationary bikes. Dim the lights boost to the music and created a cult following in a multi million dollar business called soul cycle, you could find how I built this. Wherever you listen to podcasts. I'm Karen given next week on only game visit with a high school football team that was at the center of hurricane Florence. But now Charlie Pierce is here with sports news. Hi, charlie. Hi, Karen before we start I like to thank a couple of WBZ. Supporters. Bob Anneli who were in Huntsville, Alabama and got me per my request. Actual tagging rather scraping myself. A rocket city trash panders t shirt I will wear with pride. I'm sure you will I want to start by taking us back to this time last week when I declared that I'd be rooting for Clemson in the college football national championship. And you said I'm glad your team to root for you. Rooting for the team. It's going to lose the game. However, would you like to revise your statement? Yeah. You're you're ready for team. It's going to win the game. Yeah. That was something you won't see Nick Sabin team. Get beat that badly for a long time to come Trevor Lawrence. Emmy for guy who looks like he should be playing for rush is really quite a remarkable player. Outplayed his Alabama counterpart all the way across the field. And it was really quite something to say of former university of Oregon offensive lineman has sued the NC double A the university and his former coaches for quote serious lifelong injuries caused by squat drills. Doug Brenner was one of three players hospitalized with RAB dove, my Alice's, which can cause permanent kidney damage and even death. Does it sound like he has a case? Yeah. It does. And I think it's really time with this in the horrible event. The university of Maryland, it's time for the NC to start looking at what strengthened conditioning coaches are doing according to the plaintiffs lawyer the players were made to squat until someone vomited or fainted, and then the players left standing were quote punished with Adele. National repetitions is this an institution of higher learning or is this Hollywood veterans Vlad the Impaler school for the remarkably athletic, again, this is the kind of thing that shouldn't happen. You are essentially making people exercise until they get sick. Which is the body's way of telling you you've exercised too, much, right? Eight head coaches were fired in the annual NFL coaching carousel this year. Five of them were black leaving just two African American coaches in the thirty two team league. And if things go the way, they look like they're going to go all of those openings might go to white men. Are you among those who are concerned about this? Yeah, I'm less concerned about the people losing their jobs because that's just the way it happens. That's the carousel. And while you're opening yourself up. Diversity? It also means you're going to have more African American coaches who get fired the hiring of somebody like cliff kings, very who was thirty five and forty as a college coach to run the Zona cardinals that you get anybody's antennae quivering. Yeah. Well, he's never had a coach. Physician at any level in the NFL. He is known for working well with young quarterbacks in the cardinals. Do have a young quarterback. Josh Rosen is that at all enough to explain his hiring. That's enough to hire him as an offensive coordinator. But not a head coach. No, that's an embarrassing higher. It's it makes a joke out of the Rooney rule. It's a big step back for what we thought was progress in this area, New York Knicks big man and his canter miss practice on Thursday due to an illness. So why is everyone focused on what he ate Wednesday afternoon because he eight seven chase. He does something called cheek days when he goes off his conditioning program, and he loves to like Instagram, the food is eating on his cheek things. Of course, he's also the guy that the Knicks had to leave at home when they went to London. So we wouldn't be kidnapped and murdered by the Turkish secret service. So I took it the guy wants to eat seven cheeseburgers, leave him alone, do it. But maybe he shouldn't put it on social media people. See it. You're not just talking to like, you know, your friends. There's a new track team in town or not in the city state. Would you like to make the introductions? Yeah. First of all, we all have seen pictures of the Swiss guards hope. Hope they wear the striped pantaloons in the old helmets. And they they're gonna carry a pike. And the thing is there like navy seals. They are apps. They will kill you. If they have to. So now the Vatican is launching a track team to go compete in international competitions. And why not says I? Well, it's not J wanna have hearts. They wanted on the. Yes, the team president Monsignor milky or Jose Sanchez Toko e Alameda whose team president and head of something I didn't know existed. Which is the Vatican sports department says he wants to see them at the Olympics. And I hope we do see him. And finally, Charlie the first rule of driving the medical cart. Must be don't drive over the guy. You're going out there to treat right? Yes. The first rule of credit goes in medicine is do no harm if you're driving medical card. Don't run over to guy foot before you get him on the stretcher, apparently he's healthy and suffer. No real damage from incredible accident, but the video is terrific. And one of the announcers can't contain himself. It's the funniest damn thing. He's well this happened in Brazil, impure soccer, flopping fashion. The guy like rolls around in agony after getting run over by the cart. But then he runs back out into the pitch before the game is of course, he did the card got a red card. You can find the sports reading of Charlie Pearson Sports Illustrated from time to time any joins us each week here on only game. Thanks, Charlie next. Karen? Okay camera. Didn't want us to tell you this. But it's birthday this week. And all she really wants for her birthday. This year is more five star reviews. Your positive reviews will also help other listeners find only a game sokaia over to apple podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you hear the show and let the world know why you listen happy birthday. Karen, happy birthday. Karen? Fiona Tessie grew up in a slum income Compal Uganda. She had to drop out of school when she was six years old. But then she discovered a talent that promise to turn everything around not just for her. But for her family her story was so inspiring Disney even made a movie about it. As I leave Neil reports. Things didn't turn out. Exactly the way everyone expected. Here's the part. If you own a new testy store, you might know from the Disney movie Queen of Koch way. Kilos new someone tomorrow. Several she grew up in cut Wayne Compal is largest slum. Her dad died when she was a toddler starting at a young age. She and her siblings had to sell maize on the street instead of going to school my life like it was just surviving funen her siblings. Also had to do all the work around the house cooking cleaning. They hated it. So when it was time to do the chores, they'd go into a room in their house where they'd have a fistfight to see who had to do the work. If you a says they had a name for that room. We called it. It was on. So the personal loss had to everything. Funicello those fights with her brothers shaped what happened next. When she was nine she found out about a chess club in the neighborhood. If you learn how to play chess, you could get a free meal, and I went for the food, but she started to get good at the game one day. She beat everyone at the club. Except for one person the player who at the time was the reigning champion Fiona and the champion faced off all the other kids gathered around the board to watch Fiona remembers there being about sixty of them voice on him. Like, how kinda go be to you come out that the boy didn't allow feeling to win? But she wasn't on the less funicello after that. She didn't need to fight with fists anymore. She fought with nights Brooks and ponds of though in it is. Couldn't bit any of point behold. Buck in Africa, this which trains us, it trains us to be like we women are nothing. One school. They are supposed to be whole my grandmother, not go slow my medical school. She got my which was sixteen the same thing into my sister. She also get when she was sixteen and I try to have daughter. I just signed spring. Just in to cast. You know, like your family will never make it. But after the game, we're gonna beat the cubs chess champion, she felt like she might have a chance to break that curse by using chess. Fiona was shockingly good. She started going to bigger and bigger competitions till by the time. She was a teenager. She was representing Uganda international tournaments. But the doubts would still creep in. When if I went to this new places like I saw a lot of stuff, and I was like I wish I had this. I how this unbanning one ago. Book Cuomo always because I feel like right now, I'm in this expensive, hotter and getting good food at home. We have no food. I'm homeless like I don't have anywhere. My life is interesting never been happy, but funeral is wrong. Her life did start to change. She got a scholarship so she could go back to school, and she wanting tournaments that she attracted the attention of ESPN journalist, Tim Cruthers who wrote a book about her. Here's Cruthers talking about Fiona chest prospects in an interview with only a game back in two thousand twelve. She knows refute on the ladder toward becoming a grandmaster. If she is able to gain a couple of more rungs on that ladder. She becomes a player who earns sponsorship, and so she can actually begin to subsist as a chess player, but that is her goal to be able to get to a point where she can help take her mother her sister. Her two brothers out of Conway and take them to a safer place to live. This is her one special gift it gives her the opportunity to possibly rescue her family from the situation that is so dire at this point. But it wasn't fueled as one special gift that got her family out of the slum. It was her story. She got some money from Cruthers book enough to buy a house for her mom and to ensure that her family wouldn't have to worry about food anymore. But at the same time she was starting. To doubt, whether chess really was a viable future. When seventeen my I was winning a lot of time. It's like commish champion in out. The problem was there only really three big chess tournaments in Uganda. Every year. Those were the tournaments Fiona kept winning. And it's like, I don't mind it's going to take you for the whole year to next year in two thousand sixteen Disney turned Cruthers book into the movie Queen of day. She surrounds you until you have nowhere to go. And then species you like a python. Take such a Grissom nece in a girl is quite attrition unit. Got no money at all from that. And she didn't feel her chest was as good as everyone else seemed to my name like went so high and like make Jesse was still. So you know, I wasn't like this just champion like in Uganda. It was so hot Fiona says she tried hard to change that to catch up to her name was walking. But like the my walk like, I couldn't find my name. My name is they have like my sister here. Mike, I'm working so hard on it. And like I felt like I was studying forget about like myself. My funeral wasn't happy. She was starting to think chest wasn't what she wanted to do with the rest of her life and one tournament she had from reporters to cry that like us pushed like note because I wanted but because people that's when her coach Robert contend intervened. Here's the thing contend day is into Professional Chess. Coach. By training. He's an engineer. He uses chest as a tool to mentor. Young people in the slums of compa funen thought she might do better if she had a professional coach who could teach her the more complicated strategy she need to perform on the world stage. But contended said we don't have the money for the coach you want and not expect to this. But why expecting to between like in your life funen thought about it? She decided what she wanted for herself was an education education. Her grandmother mother and sister never had a chance to get. And it was chest. They gave her the chance at the Seattle premiere of Queen of caught way the president of a small Christian college northwest university offered Fiona scholarship. That's how few ended up in the Seattle. Suburb of Kirkland, it has not been easy. When Fiona arrived for college in the fall of twenty seventeen. She didn't know how to type or use a computer. I remember they can they give event. Of just like tool pages, and I have to type I spend the full days. Typing was so hard for me like people finishing with like ten minutes. And I'm just doing this for days. And then there's a thing almost everyone has to contend with. When they go off to college home-sickness life in asleep, e Seattle suburb is very different from life income Pala a Thome in the holy should be knowing each and every one is response, but each other. So I grew up in discriminate whereby done something somewhere. My mom would know and before when shouldn't knowing out be like punished by another parent somewhere and this. Okay. So it's like a committee thing that is appreciated until when I came on like everyone lives by themselves like people don't care on top of all that feeling is still has to worry about money. Her scholarship covers tuition, but not room and board and travel to and from Uganda? If you know works as a motivational speaker, traveling up and down the west coast. She also receives money from donors. It's not much, but she gets by with all that Fiona barely has time for chests days. Go by when she doesn't even play. She doesn't mind though. That's not why she came here. I don't feel like I really have love what just like why are you still have? Because during that time we felt like it was just the only had to use in my life. But right now, I feel like they are a lot of stuff that I can do my life. I feel chestnuts putting dome for me. I'm so happy that made it this academics. May now be taking priority and Fiona life, but she hasn't given up chess entirely when she's at home, we all, but if one doesn't want to do like dishes or hoagies, so we decide with again. That story came to us from reporter I Li show Neil in Seattle. Only game is produced by Martin Kessler, and Gary Wallich with help from Nico MAC and Matthew stock our technical director marquees Neil. Our senior producer is knee. I'm Karen given only a game returns next week. Thanks for listening.

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"The college football season is rolling along. And so is the latest season of your favorite. Dr pepper obsessed college football town. That's right we're talking about fans ville so brace yourself for all the on the field football drama and off the field dr pepper flavor. Your eyes and taste buds can handle. Because even though you can't be at the stadium you can still dress. Cheer and drink dr pepper like a true fan head to a store near you. Treat your inner college football fan to an ice cold. Twenty ounce dr pepper today g. santi will in suba podcast company. You wanna keep. That's for sure whether you're the struggling cowboys at the struggling jets. Much more on the ladder here in thirty seconds but fellas. Let's just acknowledge. Obviously what's going on here in the country as the world frankly watches and waits to see the results of the two thousand twenty election. We had an nba bubble. We had a world series bubble. This is all twenty twenty. We possibly could have an nfl playoff bubble if it gets too. We had to bubbles in the nhl and believe it or not in such a twenty twenty moment. Is this peak. Twenty twenty the two men running for president came out last night and spoke and key neither had a victory speech or a concession speech when speaking as the world continues to weigh just want to address it. Because i know it's something. Many people did yesterday. Took their civic responsibility. Very seriously took a huge part of their day to do it. Just your thoughts real quick. It's the biggest story in the world and then we'll get right back to our little world of sports. Well everybody's just waiting to find out the results right to early. Last night i tried to my eyes got heavy. I was tired from a long hard day in watched as much as i could. And i just close my eyes and said you know nothing's going to happen overnight and we'll see what happens in the next day or two. I think my outcome and my take away. Thus far is that i. It was incredible to see how many people voted yesterday. How many people voted and now. We're waiting for the tally yet. Ninety six million alone on election day. This'll be the first election with more than one. Hundred fifty million people voting in presidential election in our country. This is the fifty ninth presidential election that we have gone through in this country. We'll see if there will be a continuation of the forty fifth president or a brand new forty six so as key said keep tuned in. I slept ninety minutes last night watching the coverage now giving my accelerate any excuse for any mistake. I make the rest of the way. The jets have certainly had a lot of mistakes. This season. they really are no win. So the only team in the nfl without a win. The steelers are the only team without a loss. The jet say they have a plan to get back to it and we want to get your thoughts on what the plan should be. Should it involved. Sam darnold quarterback the head coach adam gates and the general manager. Joe douglas and or you can pick any to hit us up say espn eight eight. Say espn eight. Eight seven two nine. Three seven seven six or key. Jay z on twitter right now fifty eight percent of u. of weighed in and essentially send right. Now there's no way you can roll without him gay so we'll see what your thoughts are in just a moment again. Hit us up key. Jay z jets problems. You got three possibilities and you can mix and match them anyway you want. We mentioned one of those possibilities. Is joe douglas. He's the team's general manager. Here for one and a half years and here on the michael. Kay show and ninety eight seventy. Espn news day. Saying here i have sam darnold and he is definitely not part of the problem. I think sam is the quarterback of the future. So i'm not gonna put that on the next eight games. I think. I think our whole everything in the next game is going to be on progress. Progress from young guys. Progress from our veteran guys. Progress from everybody. Can we just we just need to do. We need to do everything better. we need to do. Simple better so That's the focus over the next games. Okay now we should mention joe. Douglas as the team's general manager as i said he reports to christopher johnson who was the team's owner taking over. After woody johnson was named to an ambassadorship by president trump to the united kingdom. Christopher johnson was well known for saying earlier in the season he thought adam as the team's head coach sitting on the hottest seat in the nfl had a brilliant offensive mind goes people including key and practically every call k. or has ever taken which seemed to disagree. But you know who's not laughing about that statement joe. Douglas said before like my. My hope is that we can. We can fix this problem together. And it's easy to pick on one person. It's easy to pick on the head coach. It's easy to pick on the quarterback. I mean i think those are convenient targets but it's it's all of us it's all the goal is to fix us altogether the laugh that because one of the things he said was my hope. I have a lot of hopes in my life. No no no. My hope is that we can fix it together. Even though i know we're not going to fix it together. Different in saying sam is the future this different hope future. Different semantics all right. let's go. Oh god i was well as other comment. I think some people will say. They are convenient targets. Convenient targets for adam gays okay surrending surrendering playcalling offensively. Even though you're a brilliant mind running some of the most talented players out of the organization for being a head coach losing the respect in the locker room. The these are just not a convenient target. That's a pretty obvious target. I think you've gotta you've got a general manager of a team man. i'm not. He's still my head coach. I can't get up there and just throw him to the wolves. I tread lightly with this. I gotta i gotta just kind of let it take. Its course massage it a little bit because the end is near. That's why the end is near key. That's why i thought for the exact reason. I would have that same narrative that you just explained applicable to sam darnold. Just say that. He's he's the future. What are you going to say. Hey we're just gonna see what you keep pretty much did say he said two things that were that kadhamy of each of each other at the same time. She said he's the future okay. He said he's the future of our organization but the same time we're evaluating based upon progress for the next eight games no not evaluating the next game. It's he didn't he's not evaluate. He's not making a decision based on the eight games on. Whether sam is the future made that decision that he's the future i understan- trevor lawrence adjusted fields or the the prince and king and the queens of the ball. I get it. everybody wants that. It's the sexy thing on the streets right now. They just drafted a do three years ago with the third pick a draft and that is sam darnold and joe. Douglas had did not draft him in. Joe douglaston not put any players around him therefore joe. Douglas is trying to do that now. With trading jamal anderson. Jamal adams jamal anderson. She's jamal adams. Garrity very here getting picks for jamal getting picked for other players that they've decided to move on from allowing didn't get from underneath the levee beyond bail the all those sorts of things clear path the setting up when the off season comes that they'll have money they'll have draft capital to rebuild the franchising organization when they get rid of adam gates as a coach. That's not saying they're going to draft. Trevor lawrence with that saying to me is that they're putting getting things ready to go around sound. Donald the same thing that you say about trevor lawrence. If they allow him to go somewhere else and he becomes. I don't know joe montana. They'll never be able to live it down. If sam darnold leaves in he goes to. I don't know the raiders. Because they're tired of car in all of a sudden he goes and he becomes joe montana when you had him you had him. You didn't know what this unknown college kid is. Yes he looks good in college. But so the tim couch in soda ryan leaf in soda. A whole host of other players look great in college. But i know what he is in pros. I know that he's playing against nfl. Competition opposed to no pun intended. Duke georgia tech you. You start to look at those teams when you evaluate. That's all. I'm saying. That's all i'm saying. I mean i would love to see sam darnold goto san fran and playing kyle shanahan's instead of adam gates. I think you address the head coach issue first and foremost. But what i'm saying is if you're the jets in the beef buying yourself in a situation where you go zero in sixteen zero and sixteen with the pressure. If trevor lawrence wins the national championship. Let's see how. Joe douglas reaction. I'm not picking a quarterback based on win the championship. Okay that was the case if pick some from oklahoma twenty five years ago when he was winning and couldn't play quarterback. That's where you're saying. I know you're going to hold firming your stance right now. But we have multiple experts if he if he wins at that degree. Plays well against an alabama or know how state or georgia and blows people away. And they're calling him a generational type of quarterback. I know you say people here that every year. But i'm not from the scouts i've talked to. They're talking about trevor lawrence way differently than talking about what sam darnold was three years ago. I'm hearing more andrew luck. Comparisons than anything else. I know you're arguing about. What is andrew luck one. But i mean got to a great argument with gregg on our show about them into number conversation and discussion greg. Andrew numbers are pretty much off the charts right. So all i'm saying is if that's the case we'll see how joe douglas react student and i'm joe. I think joe handled it the right way. I think he knows that he has a quarterback that doesn't have any players around him. It just you know i. It's you gotta have players around you. You look at the dallas cowboys. In for instance you look at that prescott. What did they go out. And do they got koper. It says it changed everything for him in the passing game but then they made a decision to go out and draft to key it in the first round. I mean you gotta think what i'm saying. J. will if he's throwing to know by his best. Receivers catching passes for the carolina panthers because joe douglas in i guess adam gates at the time didn't necessarily value robby anderson at the level with the economics is saying okay. We can spend money on him. They passed on. That guy is flourishing and carolina. Right now and so. All i'm saying is you've got to have pieces. You cannot expect for him to be successful with their offense align a forty seven year old running back. I mean like you. You just do it. I'm just saying why lock yourself into a plan if we've had a year that's been so unexpected. Because because i see him every single day at practice and i see him throw the football and i've watched you and i see what he does and if i only been here a year and a half so we gotta get to dairies here. We did a year and a half. I think if. I put people around if he's going to be successful again. Give us a call. Eight eight say. Espn we'll get back to it. Throughout the course of the morning it is engendering a ton of passion on the dr pepper. Twitter line again. You can tweet us. Your answer darnold gays none of the above key j. n. z. Let's talk about a team that has risen above after a bit of a tough start. I'll tell ya darius. Leonard is different because the colts viewed him differently than almost every other team in the nfl and it has become. Indianapolis is huge benefit. And welcome the defensive stud inside keyshawn. Jay williams zubin here on. Espn radio this morning darius. Good morning you've started the season and to like i said a little bit of a hiccup out of the gate. Tell me what this team is thinking about here. As we approach the second half of the season good morning You know just Longtime focused on always trying to trying to get You know you can. You can lose game and get better. You can win games get worse. And he's got maintain you know focus and continue to get better. Get better They they are just trying to you. Know right away you've gotta create almost last The past two games scored thirty one points. Bingos forty one against the lions including a a pick. Six quarterback kenny moore. What have you seen from the offense over. The last couple of weeks that make you feel confident with a dominate defense. That this is the offense to lead you forward. I'll just you know they. They you know they Keeping us off the field you know. They're they're running the ball. Well throwing the ball. Well you know. Philip is throwing the ball to you know everybody on roster so you never know. Who's who's heathrow into you. Know you got jt in the back of you and then you got ninety dollars you know easy mismatch with a linebacker Garda him out of the backfield soldiers. Just kinda you know. Put put our guys in the position to make plays the maniac is. It's good to talk to you man. My my wife's family. Here's fan of the colts. I gotta ask you first and foremost. Why do they call you. The maniac Well honestly got it Two thousand in us. Seventeen clemson and nineteen tackles and i came back on cam. Somebody said you play like a maniac. And i kinda stuck with me into any kind of you know. He's not an persona. You know when. I step on the field awhile guy you know. I love how fun. I'm talking trash. I'm energetic trying to be how to more than anyone. And then you know. When i once i get out to just that polite you know well-spoken and that j. love guys so you know just two different to different people No the maniac comes out between lies a day. You know various comes out. When when i'm not i love it man you guys. I had future hall of fame quarterback until rivers to your locker room this past offseason bringing him into the mix this amazing Just like you said if you know him in at least seventeen years for young guys like me playing defense defense just learning problem and making his defense better You know believe it or not That could be the reason. Why defense plant so well. You know In in camp you know we're doing so much he's telling us you know what he's seen as a as a opponent and kind of made us better and then you know you know coming in you know playing playing offense you know he. He noted game You can tell them that you know. It's great to have a seventeen year. Vet as a as you'll leader in his locker dairies. Leonard coats inside linebacker. Two time all pro joining us here on keyshawn jay will and zubin. Yes almost here. they'll see. Hey let me ask you this areas. You obviously getting ready to take on the mark jackson raining. Mvp is coming to town this week. What are you need to do to slow him down not necessarily in the passing game because we kind of know his struggles there but him pulling down in running the ball You know Honestly you know it's gonna take all eleven. I you know the first four know always keeping world keeping the quarterback in the well and then you know nine times out of ten. You know coach on definitely you know. Put somebody on them. Hopefully as me 'cause you know i'm definitely you know. Want to take that challenge. You know. I want to put it on my bag. You know to stop their best player. That's something that as lead on a defense. That's something that you gotta take pride in. You gotta won't be able to step up to challenge. And lamar is definitely the best at pulling down running making guys minutes and that's it does something i you know i always wanted to do You know just looking at looking at in seeing how it's supposedly for years and wanting to be the guy you know. Make that play seeing people you know. Spn top ten. You know of him making a plane. You wanna be the guy that stop. They'll play so. Hopefully you know rebel. Some you know. Great things you keep them in a wealth. You know mike tomlin and the pittsburgh steelers beat the ravens. On sunday and coach tomlin told the media that you know for all intents and purposes. We respect lamar. But we don't fear lamar jackson. What did you make not the chew. Whatever say that but what did you make of those comments. I mean that's a true statement I mean me you know. I watch very little fem. 'cause you know i feel like sometimes in the film station you know if you look at them you can say this team is really not that good you can get overly confident and then you can see all this guy. He's you know he's killing everyone. Then you know you get that love that little feeling like now you gotta do more and instead of just being used so me you know i'd nameless opponent you know but you gotta respect your opponent. That's the main thing you know. You don't want to be scared of anyone but you gotta respect him. And he's a great player. But you understand that it's eleven. I wanted he got. There's only one football out there and that's eleven guys trying to get at one ball also and we all just got to work together and know. Stop their office darius. Really appreciate your joining us this morning and being a company man by shouting out the sportscenter top. Ten really appreciate that. Thanks good luck against the martin company this weekend. Thank you look. He is an absolute stud and an absolute steel. Chris ballard in the colts unbelievable job. Picking this dude up. He has paid huge dividends for them. Let's go what are you gonna say real quickly. I don't expect anybody to fear anybody i mean. We're all professional athletes. We're all grown men. You know these guys are coaches. you're competing. It's another thing to say that you don't fear someone now. I guess another thing to openly say that it seems like that was that was a shot at the ravens and lamar jackson regardless of whether you believe it or not to say it openly publicly at oppressor like that that was loving jackson. Love it and leonard double down. He said i agree with you. I love it body scared that dude. I like okay. He's running down football. I got eleven hats that we handle our business as mike tomlin believes. He's one of the best eleven hats on defense with the colts. Foreshore again baltimore. India on sunday. Big litmus test for the colts. Let's go from a to z and from z is brought to my dell be used them dell technologies black. Friday is here with deals up to fifty percent of small business computers with intel core processors to give your business and edge call eight seven seven ask l. or visit dell dot com slash. Sb black friday black friday. Okay you've been saying for years fellas marketing term. A garage is the marketing things for years. Right from black. Friday and saturday with no distinction. Wisconsin purdue scheduled to be played on saturday. But it won't be because wisconsin again has got more corona virus issues. You might recall their game. The previous saturday with big red nebraska was ruled a no contest as well no contest is essentially what the big ten is just calling it fancy term for nobody's going to have to forfeit this game. They got twenty seven. Total active cases of covid nineteen fifteen student athletes. Barry alvarez is the athletic director wisconsin in the former legendary head coach of the wisconsin football team addressing the notion that they might just have six games to have a shot to get to the playoff. But that's really not top of mind at the moment here concerned with the health and safety of the guys i. There's no one wants to be on that field any more than i did. But i'm not going to lose lose track of priorities Which is we. Don't leave ourselves much wiggle room right now and we know that. But hopefully we can get this corralled and we get back in Back on the field and plan. We certainly hope that that is the case. State of wisconsin influx athletically non athletically big corona virus hotspot at the moment. Big hot topic. We discussing all week. Trevor lawrence or justin fields. Trevor lawrence will be on the sideline for their huge game in south. Bend saturday night at seven. Thirty eastern have cleared his ten day isolation but earlier in the week. Dabo sweeney said. He will not play against notre dame but but dabo sweeney saying trevor. Lawrence might not be a coach just yet. He's ready to have a good long professional career but he'll be serving that purpose on saturday. He's incredibly knowledgeable. Guy you know he. He's he's been there so i just think he'll be able to to bring good presence to to dj and he's got a great mind he's got great is So he's going to be coach. Lawrence loved that. Dj's dj we angle allay. Who is his backup and filmed younger. La who've key younger early we ally. We angle performed very well saturday after a rough first half against boston. College clemson undefeated in the thick of the playoff race. But this is different. I know there's going to be a ton of fans there keyboard saturday night. Notre dame number four team in the country on the road for the young kid. How do you see it was. It's gonna be a tough one for him but you know if anybody can do it. I believe he can't when. I look at the quarterbacks that clinton in the system that they've run they've all been tremendous no matter who you put underneath that center because they have a philosophy system in a style in which they believe in in they go out there and get it done to be tough though am booked. Notre dame's quarterback. Let's not forget about him. Yeah i mean he's pretty good too. We're not talking about him much but he's a pretty good one. And by the way. Jay brian kelly is going to join us this morning at nine. Am eastern. that is the notre dame head coach. We will dig in on this huge matchup with brian. Kelly coach to the irish coming up here at nine ten eastern. What do you think about this. Whole co vid lawrence on the sideline putting the coach cappon. I think. I think notre dame gets the win. I think i think people overlooking in books. He doesn't throw four hundred yards. Like most quarterbacks do that are obviously being talked about a lot. But i i think the system i think style in which they play and i think that's a lot of seen away. Dj grew that game against boston college. That's one thing. Notre dame's different. No doubt fantastic. Brian kelly coming on some. It'd be nice by we've mentioned here. Quick addendum here. Let me throw audible. Educate brian kelly coming up at nine. Am eastern time so just about thirty eight minutes away off ten minutes off and five minutes too late. Can't play for coach. Offline art so. Brian kelly will be here at nine a. m. eastern time to talk about ian book. What he's going to expect. This is one of the biggest games in about. I'd say at least a half decade or so remember notre dame this year eligible even though they play about five maybe six games per campaign. They're eligible this year to play in the acc championship game to get to the playoffs. 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I think he's throwing for like what twenty plus td's one interception even russ's doing it pat. Indeed we strict as his mom with me. Call them yes. Mother knows best. We have presented by progressive insurance all of our guests on the shell. Pennzoil performance line including notre dame's head. Coach brian kelly getting set for one of the biggest games of his career. I know he was in the. Bcs title game. he was also in the playoff. But this is a huge regular season game for kelly and company with clemson. Come to town. He'll be with us at nine. Am eastern. This is good. You've been most impressed by key. Fill in the blank in. Nfl you can go to a bunch of different directions on considering. What impresses you d k metcalf receiver out of seattle Second round pick the might have been the ninth of the ten th pick in terms of the receiver position in the nfl draft Big fast strong a guy would would with some amazing ability I'd like to see him be a little more aggressive on contesting the fifty fifty ball but otherwise pretty good. I mean he he could have been heli. Could have been a jet evan. Maybe i mean maybe they could have drafted he. Maybe maybe the giants drafted heck. Maybe green bay is satisfy. Everybody's taste buds should have drafted. They do need a wide receiver. I just remember on draft night just celebrating. When she found out the seattle was drafting decay. Metcalf so kudos to her. I will go with aaron rodgers just thirty six years old. Considering what happened last year lot of people were discounting him. I think he just makes he makes everybody look so amazing every weekend. No doubt you can see me on. Nfl live with key. She's one of our. Espn nfl analysts. All right here. We go a couple of good choices here. The nfl's best visit is fill in the blank one choice. Can i go to no one. Afc north just say it. I'm going to take the nfc west. That's what i would do. Yeah i'm gonna take fc west. I'm gonna. I'm gonna stick with the nfc west look at seattle. I'm gonna look at the rams in arizona team that's very adorable and cute. And what they're doing out there in arizona right now. san francisco herky-jerky. But they figure out how to wait. You know stay afloat. All four could make the playoffs. That's hard to say in the afc north. Obviously because of the bengals right being said no like ours. Similar team is the arizona. Cardinals was our seller team coming into the year it now. You're taking the forty niners to make the playoffs. I think it's possible they can make it. They're seven spots this year. They get healthy. Why not well. I mean could be a towards kitto. Those guys out. How many weeks have the bengals record right now with their injuries and their light years ahead of the bengals. Yeah they have four wins. They should have. No one wins with that attrition. And they don't the coach coach coach well super bowl. But that's okay twenty-five key. What do you want to but money for the forty niners and make the playoffs this year. I was nor just because the steelers the ravens. Another browns have gone through their stuff. They're five and three and the bengals have lost. Four four five games one touchdown or less who. You take z. The bengals or the forty nine hundred straight up right now right now. The forty niners right now without jimmy g. without me it'll be too okay. All right our. That's what else will be new. That's good. I agree with everything you say. I didn't say you did. Jason be sensitive all right and that's going to do it fulfill in the black now. I want to kind of get to something. That's interesting because key caught some passes from some really interesting guys over the years. Not a lot of young guns older more veteran guys for his career. Like vinny testaverde and brad johnson. If you're old enough to remember those names. I want to talk about a couple of quarterbacks including one that j obviously brought up in it's very high on. Let's get into the quarterback calms essentially. I'm going to give you a young guy in the league. in fact i'm going to give you three rookies and you tell me who this guy extrapolates to or who he could end up being who he reminds you of. And let's start with the guy. Jay mentioned with joe burrow in cincinnati. Playing lights out foreshore. Winds may not be there but he's playing great football key his comp for another quarterback you've seen would be who you know i would cop him with tony romo. I just a you know. His his ability to get rid of the football fast was something tony did. That was amazing. Tony was very accurate. I think joe burrow's vary accurate Tony did not turn the ball over an alarming rate. I think you're looking at a note. A young joe bro. That's headed in that direction in that mode of key tony could run when he needed to get out. Get out you know scrambled. Start getting hit and beat up a little bit. Joe burrow certainly can do that In the joe burrow wants to be great and tony wanted to be great. Tony really worked at being the guy that he wind up being for the dallas cowboys. In the end okay. So borough was drafted. I j wanna get in. Obviously what do you think. I was just going to give you a couple of different stat so you can put into perspective but how talented job hero is and i know. The record isn't reflective considering. The bengals have some other issues but most completions in a game by a rookie thirty seven. Joe burrow week to verse. Cleveland passing yards season. Four thousand three hundred seventy four. That's the record by andrew luck borough since two thousand twenty three through eight games slightly behind pace but close to pace most three hundred yard games. Andrew luck six. Borough already has five. Most t passes twenty-seven baker mayfield burrow has eleven to have a huge second half but he's close and the last one bro was also the first rookie. Qb record a game of four hundred yards passing and three in one rushing td. All of those are stats are terrific. The first one i would quibble with. Just because when you're down at ton everybody's always throwing the ball. She completions could go up and everything else. Jay said it's hard to argue. Those are some brought to you by j. wills saying put it into context about how specialists kid is. There's nobody doubting that he's already lost more this year than pretty much lost his college career combined with. Just kinda crazy alright. Borough was taken first overall and then tool was taken fifth overall. And you're thinking a quarterback comp here could be another lefty. The played in the state of florida in the nfl in. It's not watching to against the rams. Obviously although he couple times through some great passes zipped it in there but i liked him when he was at alabama just. Maybe it's because he is a lefty reminded me of a lot of mark brunell Because he could still run. Mark could run to was able to run and get out of. Get out of harm's way at alabama when he was there playing and he's very accurate again. Mark brunell was very aker quarterback again. One of those guys didn't turn the ball over in an alarming rate in had a very long productive career. Let's go to the last one drafted right after two was justin herbert You got to be quick on this one. Big strapping impressive The guy was an introvert but when he's out on the field i don't see anything factual this guy's baller lewis another guy incomes from the pacific northwest much like drew bledsoe being six six strong armed just dropping dimes. People think about bledsoe when he was at washington state coming of college or you think about him early in his new england patriots as and even some great moments in buffalo where he was just a big stroke quarterback that delivered to football in every now and then for big tall guy like that he would scamper away from guys. Much like herbert. Herbert speaking of the pack twelve justin was a huge star at oregon. The pac twelve starts on saturday football so can keys favorite team. Usc the key to get to the playoff for key squad. Their key player joins us next when deciding how and when to safely return to the workplace. You need to be informed. That's why ibm watson helps you. Prioritize employee safety with watson works a set of a infused capabilities. Let's put smart to work visit. Ibm dot com slash. Watson works to learn more to pleasure to welcome in. Usc quarterback keen slovak's on the shell pennzoil performance line. We got a big guy key of course ready to talk to here in a second but first you're getting ready for the season you've seen every other power five league play for weeks on end here. What's it been like for you to just sit there. Watch and wait and watch everybody else play. It hasn't been easy now get scarred. Kind kinda push the envelope and try to play his you know. We're sitting on couch on saturday Playing right so really gonna be back and hopefully you'll have to watch many more games and more keyed in what's up man. How you doing. What has it been like preparing for such a short season knowing that you guys only have a handful of games to get ready to try to make it to the final four. I mean it's a whole lot. You know we only have really seven opportunities when we talk about all the time you know. We seven chances to really showcase will we have and hopefully that. We're hurricanes the country. So again we have our own that we we have a chance to earn his father playoff but again with with only seven opportunities impaired other teams with ten or twelve. You'll have to display it on game in a game you can't you. Can't you know. Have any any lapses any games on. What would it take for you guys to actually make the college football playoffs. What would you guys need to do in order for that to happen again. Kind beyond me of the decisions are going to be made but really out to win. Every game that we're we're giving and personnel. I think we have to win it. Pretty handily in china showcase the talent on this team and what we can do on on the national stage but again you know the communities to be the one that the size of the other day and really reach out to control. We can control and doing everything we can. Though some games you get ready to take on the arizona state sun devils which is huge would harm edwards and off obviously defensive coordinator marvin lewis who has a history of running pro-style defenses coming from the nfl for such a long time as a head coach cincinnati bengals and defensive coordinator with to baltimore ravens. Prepare for that different things. You know obviously coach luis defense and over ten or fifteen years at this point so obvious grave football mine in obviously Stuff but we're prepared for anything. And i think that's that's kind of beauty of our offenses. It doesn't really matter what defense we see ourselves next houston-based off because you know regardless of what defense be are Work against anyone regardless of what we can see me snap success. I feel like at this time of the year. You guys typically are in the flow of your season. You've learned so much about your team. How challenging is it that everybody else has a headstart and you guys are now forced to start so abruptly and so fast. Yeah i was just love saying it again that kind of the season different than any other and just the the weather changing now. It doesn't feel like we should be in fall camp in late october either. So luckily we're playing only pactel school. So they're kind of in the same otas us so hopefully identities season we're talking to. Usc starting quarterback hedin slow on the shell pennzoil performance. Line this morning. A lot of our listeners may not be aware that in high school in high school you were under the tutelage of the legendary hall of famer. Kurt warner tell us about that. Experience a kerr warner was my really offense coordinator. Quarterbacks coach high school is kids went to school in played on. The team has also really just got to learn for him from him for four years when i was there. Obviously you know one of the brightest minds in nfl history Ability to learn and high sport know play for him and run. The you know really a pro system high school and really you know. Make to make more decisions in a lot more pressure on me than normal order. Backs ice quarterbacks would would have really helped me develop. I think as a quarterback really right before it. We should mention right out of the gate big test for you to pack twelve south favorites of course and is key mentioned arizona state. We'll get an early read on. How both the you look saturday. When the pac twelve season kicks off better late than never and best of luck the rest of the way thanksgiving i don don. Yeah that's right fight on. He had to get that one in any. Usc trojan would do that to another usc. Trojan are sizing up man. I mean listen. This is the last league to get going. And you guys are in the marquee spot in the weekend against herm edwards and the arizona state sun devils. How do you see it. Harms harms coming out fighting. I can promise you that Herm marvin lewis antonio peers. Marvin lewis takes over the defense for arizona state which is gonna be fun to watch. I mean remember. He's coordinator baltimore ravens and the problems that they would calls for teams around national football league and going on to win the super bowl when you look at arizona state. They've got some pretty good talent on that side of the ball Young quarterback in them. Actually here let me see this kids Try to bring this kid a really quick here. it's getting jaden jaden. Yeah he's warning backlash he's he was a freshman last year. Great player great player. He's going to be one of those guys that next year when the draft starts to come out people going to say oh is it him or is it the other guy i mean. That's where they're at. I like what they're doing in terms of recruiting in the southern california area. They've kind they've come into southern california in cast the net now obviously arizona's not far from california. So it's a it's a fertile ground for them and their recruiting on the other side for usc. We lost a couple of players that have opted out to the national football league. Which will be interesting to see the summit replacements but Same brown Same brown s there tyler. Vaughn's obviously cadaver vis the receiver quarterback. When you look at him he took over. Jt down a year ago. It has look back in so it'll be. It's one of those deals where you know. After last year we we looked at coach hilton. We said well what are mired. Air one we hire urban meyer. But the new ad decided that he was going to stick with coach in. And we'll see what happens. I mean he comes into this season pandemic or not on the hot seat. No question john. Jay will zubin presented by progressive insurance notre dame head. Coach brian kelly. Of course notre dame always has had annual great game against keys. Usc trojan he'll join us at nine am eastern on the shell pennzoil performance. There's one other game that is going a little bit under the radar but key. I know from talking to you off the air that you're very interested in and that is the debut. I thought this is one of the more shocking retirements in recent times. That is the debut of jimmy lake at washington. The only reason i bring this up. Washington is made the college football playoff. Chris peterson highly successful coach stepping away. A lot of people were stunned by jimmy. Lake in washington will open at cal. Why should we care about jimmy. Leg what do we need to know here. Well first of all. He's one of a handful of african american coaches young. That's in college football young guy who was a defensive coordinator Done a terrific terrific job in the past as a recruiter recruiting base for washington. I think taking over moving from the dc to the head coach at washington that energy level is going to be high and their coat. Peterson was a great coach for many years. Whether it was boise state or washington. But i think they get a little bit of a different jolt here with this guy. He could be one of those dabo sweeney. The only difference is he actually called plays with dabo. Swinney was only the receiver coach and his turned into the highest paid college football coach. That we know that's fair enough with big shoes to fill washington. If you're too young has a great tradition. Keyshawn jails even brought to you by straight talk wireless no contract no compromise on the way. Notre dame's biggest game in years. You're playing clemson. you've gotta practice every single day. So why were the irish knocked on the field. Yesterday during game week with the tigers. Come into town. The answer with brian. Kelly is on the way things for listening to keyshawn jay. 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Chadwick Boseman's Legacy, Joe Budden's Spotify Beef!, How To Be More Attractive On Dating Sites!? |EP#117

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Chadwick Boseman's Legacy, Joe Budden's Spotify Beef!, How To Be More Attractive On Dating Sites!? |EP#117

"What what? Advocate you guys. So. What is? This is third. Time's a charm guys. This is the third time we're trying to record this keenum and get through the. Fifteen minutes of of this. The first time we spontaneously lost power. It's perfectly sunny day. It said there's tree issues I. Don't know maybe from a storm and it finally fell who knows but we lost power and we use a desktop to record. So it went Pouf in the middle of IT K-. Then we took a break we came back. Then we just got into it we were flow and we're having great conversation again, and then we look back and the computer stopped recording and it says like overload and all this stuff and. So here we are and we're just a little bit frustrated. Because we're both tired. It's been a long few days. We get through this the first episode, and then the rest of the podcast I'll be happy right now I'm just like upset and I just WanNa throw computer to the floor. Other than that, guys opie having a great day. So that's gone on the the what up and happy Tuesday it just it was great the first time Ray and then the second time he really he pushed through and he made it good again. I could affect the funk. Oh. God this is what's happening, but we are determined because again, we never miss a week and we got you guys. Just a wee bit frustrated. So we're GONNA continue kittatinny on and have another good conversation on the first topic, and it's going to record and I'll probably be looking at the computer every two minutes. Now to make sure it's recording. We got a lot a lot in this episode and I just WanNa get it done. This is a whole lot. We WanNa talk about before we do it guys. If you're a returning to episode you know thank you for being with us was going on. Your new. Hey stick around it's going to get good one hundred. Crazy. We're always crazy but it you know this doesn't always happen. I am shadow if you guys do not know and I'm joined by my lovely wife. Welcome to the page and Simpson's podcasts we had to. Bring. It bring it down because yeah. Yeah frustrated. You know. Before we get into this topic I just WanNa plug an add in for ourselves. If you're watching the video version of this podcast, we are currently rocking our good feeling Paola, shirts, Lawrence rocking women against patriarchy. which you can. Shop. And I am currently rocking my ambition shirt. You can also find on on our s you shop good feeling apparel. Yes. So mine has the just one. Color text because we have two versions of this one, and then his is just the one version that has the script in different color shirts of of course but yeah comes. Only on. The text it could be a variety of white and black depending on what's what color shirt that's all it is. Yeah. When you buy a shirt from us, we wanted to stand out not to be like. But yeah, we tried doing this once a month just to show you what shirts we have in stock We hope for next month and probably going it's October will show you some of our Halloween outfits. We do currently have some on you shop so you can always check their but yeah, a lot of contact. All General. Yes. Fall stuff just just in general you know I have some really cool things. I. Like me personally that I created, which is the pumpkin spice shirts I. Think I made Pumpkin Spice Mug also so like there's some cool stuff on there that I think people would dig and like. So check it out the link is in the description. Now. Fingers crossed records through the whole topic without cutting us off but for the third time. I WanNa talk about Chadwick boozman passing of this man being forty three years young passing away from colon cancer. And Yeah it's painful I don't know where to go with this we would. Seed sides. Being third to make light of this we we were much more. Sad. The first time we were talking about it but we. Ourselves but we're going to have to because there haven't heard from a new leaf. Crossing. It. It sucks it really sucks hit me like like POPs exp- passing hit me where it's like Pigozzo a black person that is killing it being successful in his his career. Man Like this, there's no like there's no gimmicks. It's like us knew what you got from Chadwick and he did a lot of you can totally put a lot of effort and his work. And it just sucks. It kind of a smack in the face where you're like me and this guy died lake like why take this person? There's so many right? No, I hear you. When you first came in and you're like Oh do you want to be shocked and he told me, I thought he was joking at first I would I like I did I was like what like I just didn't see I couldn't process that for a minute I didn't see that one coming at all which I know none of us did but I. Just felt weird. I don't know. That one fell her felt unnatural natural. And I know again not to be selfish and it's been close a week now since we found out the news. Some. People are on the fence about this about how the? Panther the should be I. think there should be one just for what he meant. Child can hisself playing the role and just Black Panther. Being like that. I'll see top tier marvel character because you don cheadle and he plays like like the second Ironman of believers characters war-machine or whatever. So he's like he's like there but like not there I feel like he wasn't even much there for. Endgame for remembering like he's a like a side character does black but like. There was like, well, the top was gonna be rocking through this whole like series. You're GONNA see him and you know most movies wherever the. All that stuff. So I feel like. Her is like this guy was Carolina holding down like Black Panther was a dope movie held up you know against the top ones I don't really consider ironman because I never liked. Once but like Captain America and like always other ones they've put out on Spiderman movies where it's just like a held up and. Did. A lot better than the west. It was the fact that it was record-breaking and it was a billion dollar picture Is the thing because that really doesn't happen. I could be totally mistaken on this. I feel like they would just playing this in February they have like Like some like theaters playing for Black History Month I duNNo. Mistake. That was right before corona hit and then everything's a blur toy mistaken but. I remember that happening I believe. I like it. Just it hurts man. So the thing was Black Panther too. It was It was obviously inappropriate when people really coming out and that was the priority when like the second you found out he passed because you know celebrities are coming out and saying, Hey, this was a person over a character like. Knock it off right now it's not. It's not appropriate in that moment especially because people were arguing over it and I'm like, okay this doesn't have to be like another politics thing right now it's not it's not a thing. Okay I think. There are people that are saying Black Panther to better not happen now because of this and I just think that's not the way to look at it. Yes it'll be different and yes, they're going to have to change things. But first of all, I don't see marvel just scrapping it all together because they obviously, they have forever had a lineup of movies and like kind of a strict schedule and like how everything ties in together and all of that. So I don't see them just completely scrapping it. if anything one could be attributed into. Her GonNa be a tribute. Feel like they have to. Well, that's what I'm saying and so it could also. I don't know how they're going to write it I don't that's on my thing but. I think it would be actually more insulting. Didn't do it because again. The movie as a whole. Was this pinnacle of success moment for a community that is. Really suffering this year especially. Not to say that obviously. All of these issues have been forever but. We're in the middle of a year that is. Very interesting. It's very there's a lot of polar opposites. There's a lot of tension and there's a lot of awakenings and all of this stuff and. For him to pass during all of this I think is what is Really hitting some people Because again yes, he did other great work but Black Panther was that movie that was the thing for him. That was the biggest one he had done. That was the hurdles ours on it and it it had the most impact because of. The movie itself because of the cast because of what it meant. To a generation and a community of people who again, this was a billion dollar movie not only is that not super common thing period but among basically completely black cast. Peru, it's basically unheard of and. So, this was a huge. You know I just keep remembering. Do you remember the video of the little kids they had to be like in late elementary school or early Middle School in the lunchroom and they're all just dancing and they're like, Hey, like on the tables. And it was supposed to be before they all went to like on a field trip to see Black Panther and. That that that is what gets me because again I think of. How even just when we were children. There's this. There's this impactful photo I see online of. The Barbie dolls in the dolls in general of how it's like there was no representation there either when I was a child and it was like to every fifty white dolls, you got a black doll. and. So when I see that video of all those children. That excited. It really gets to me because it's like. It's the seeing yourself. In a good light and it seeing what's possible for you. and. Oh. My goodness. I'm getting emotional but. That is so important for everybody of every who whoever you are whoever you are. Trying to be an however, you look like an just all of it. I just I think of how important that is in that even you would said the other day. The, little kids how that? Maybe some of the kids, how are they processing it right now or how do you tell your child who looked up to this man as their hero? That he's gone because. As a child, you know how it is. You see someone in like a movie that you love or an artist or whoever, and like that person can become your world that person can become who you want to become an like it's this whole year wrapped up in it. Your whole room has the posters and like that is it and. So. Especially again for that representation of be there was so. So important and so I, just think like those moments and it just it gets me choked up I think about all the WHO said it was it was. Either forever cutty came out like a week or two ago. You didn't talk about this but he was like You know name of a black superhero to that doesn't have black in their name and everyone. Because the Thing about black. Panther black this others out there and like. The only thing is there's others that are. Written as cartoons. This was like the first one being in a movie at and I guess you could say, will Smith Doing Hancock shore black even Hancock I believe was like this like drunk guy and all. This was like one she's like I look bag and like as a kid. Like the black superheroes I can think of all time ahead that like Hannah like related to me and like I had some of some of his Tashkent to was Justice League when they had the black. Green Lantern I dig him 'cause like wasn't a stereotype A. Black Guy, just saving people just like the rest of the Justice League and then they had static shock for those less familiar in you know just a regular kid that was in high school and he has his electrical powers. That's it like. And it was relatable like it just. yeah, like it's it's needed for everyone to have like that person that they can sit in gravitate to and relate to you. So another Black Panther needs to have in and like. You know. I think about it like let's say. However, however far these movies go and you know we have kids that are you know? I would you say let me like five six something like that and. It's like they wanna be like you know we WanNa Watch, this movie we saw is a Black Panther like movie that came out. A long time ago you WANNA. See that or something for whatever reason. And it's like. You got to want to show them like they're like. Your skin color is in this like this, you can be a superhero you don't have to be superman or Fleischer. You know no and the stair or the stereotypical roles that we see a lot of black people play. You don't have to be that and you you can. I think even expanding on the cast as a whole. Not. Only in I think a lot of marvel movies right now is what we're seeing. But especially in Black Panther chew see powerful black women. and to see that as something, that's what a generation is growing up on where my generation grew up on Disney princesses and it's something that's something I've thought of sometimes as. It's very different. It's it's a different philosophy of we always grew up that. The prince is GonNa come and save us. Versus I'm just a bad ass woman by myself and I'm going to do what I want to do, and they're gonNA like it or not like it's it's a very different philosophy and I think. If you want to expand even on that, we start to see that more. I, think. Disney. Is Starting to expand in that more with movies like frozen where it's not always the guy coming to save you know the sisters are together and they find themselves and all that kind of stuff. So. But. I'm like that movie as a whole. Meant so much to so many people. And Yeah. So I just think in that regard I think, yes, we can't just just solely talking about whether it's being made or not right now. But I do think they are definitely going to I. Don't see them ever shutting that down. They're not gonNA because if you want to go there. Yeah if you want to go there and I know this is like not the mindset right now. They're a business black panther was a massive. You really think that they're going to not make another because you know that enough people would go to see it to make it worthwhile even if there's some people that are boycott it. You know it's still. US success a second one would share with were probably The water. Yeah. But I think even now it's like well, I think even more. So maybe in some ways because again it's like a you and it's like A. Choice for more. Yes. Like this means even maybe more now arguably so They're not going to drop it. So that's not a thing but Another thing own do you also remember an on relating to some of the things from back in the day? Do you remember when n Endgame came out and? there was a clip going around of one Black Panther. Few people showed up from Black Panther and like the whole theater was like screaming. that. was circulating again. I liked it again because I'm like. I remember when I was in the theater. Guy, helped thousand exciting. That was exciting because yes obviously like everybody ended up coming together but to see them that was that was cool. That was really cool. So But there is also there's a tweet going around which I think is worth mentioning. that. When a celebrity like Chadwick passes there is usually a number of spikes in suicides just because again of how much this person can mean to some people you have to at the end of the day you have to think about there are really people out there that that might be the only person that they have in their life that they feel like a Ken like look up to or relate to because you know family ain't always there may be no friends maybe they're bullied whatever the case even. It doesn't even have to be that. Amanda CEO's for example she was just like the when she found out the information that he passed away like she was on. INSTAGRAM. do. For to give context to you and for people that are familiar, she was the light skin like friend of Isa and insecure And she like she was like full-on like crying and like just hurt by. So it's like you don't have to be like that like down for that thought coming. You had oh. Yes. We act on it. Totally it's. Because I get it like it. It sucks it's like when so on again, when someone dies like that has so much hope in potential in positivie inches giving and giving and you just like it doesn't have to be anything to you in a way. You felt like you knew this person just based on like their interviews in their the movies just what they have contributed to your life not knowing this person it's just. It just hurts. So if you need that which there's no judgments here, these suicide hotline has what eight, hundred, two, seven, three, eight, two, five, five, I. Think. It's important that definitely when things like this happen talked to someone just because you may think it's silly but it's not and I think again, that's kind of what we're talking about is so important here is. Someone like this especially had a lot of impact and a lot of positive impact and and would've continued that so. Yeah. So that's that's important there but. He definitely. He showed a lot of strength for. Working through being so ill the past few years. and. I mean I I respect the fact that he didn't make it well-known because. He. Let huge successes like Black Panther and the impact that that made he let that be the spotlight instead of old but he was sick. So instead of it being like this was great because he did it while sick it was no this was great because of what it meant and as a work of our and all that. So I think that's incredible and you know what's even more incredible. The fact that his circle was tight. Because you know people knew at the end of the day, he couldn't keep it a secret from. So, whether it was cast members are crew or whoever had to know. The fact that nobody ever leaked anything. I saw post that it basically was saying like those the friends we all hoped to have. Because come on for four years no. One leaves anything for their financial benefit for their team moment their fifteen seconds of fame. Nothing nothing and. Even when you saw him looking a little more sickly earlier this year no still no one just addressed it. It was a respecting that it's like, no, you just this is your life you know and. That's huge to me I'm like that really is that's the friends and family everybody hopes for because. Yeah Wow And just. Yeah but several moments in his career, of course. The past few years now knowing this. definitely get me emotional. One is the fact that. He made it a priority to. Go and see cancer patients at Saint Jude's and make things about them. Knowing he was going through that. And I think that's incredible. He actually so I don't know if have you seen this where he actually gets emotional talking about it. It's basically he gets emotional about trading letters with kids with terminal cancer who pass before they got to see Black Panther. Knowing himself like he had it and I just. And then there's the Jimmy. Fallon. One that keeps circulating. That's a good one. You guys need to watch that of Like five minutes long it's it's people basically talking to a poster of Black Panther and how much that meant to them, and then of course, he surprises them. Listen. Get your tissues. Feeling during the get. Your tissues because I remember crying when that first came out I was like that is too much now. Hold other level whole other level so. Yeah. So, I love how each of the three times we recorded this. We kind of went a different way our conversation so sorry that we don't have. All of that in here but I think this was a good conversation and twenty five minutes in and it's still recording. So we're doing so good guys like we're making progress but do you have anything else? I'm good I'm ready to help someone else. Cal. I just want more of for Leslie Year. That's unlikely but. I mean even just with Corona and everything. All right. Yeah. So I want to talk about this news from Joe Biden. This past week about him saying that he's taking his podcast off spotify because the company is pillaging is audience Joe Biden on his podcast was telling. Everyone He doesn't know where his podcasts will be once their dealers up come September twenty third. So he can tell you where it will be, which will be spotify. which was shocking and they kind of hinting for the last few months how like their contract is coming up? And Yeah. After him like things in outlining it it's Okay. For those that aren't familiar at least for me, you could speak on your behalf. Like. I've been a youtube partner and where partners like Yo we'll give you this and this will connect you network. You know all that stuff. Any signed and they don't they give you anything. They. Don't there's no real help there. There's no benefit they just want to ride on your coattails of your success and make money off it and that's what I got from this. spotify deal. You know believe we won't podcasting time podcast after that maybe six months after this which are they believe got me inspired to what Guanrantees do podcasts and. After hearing this deal schussed. Wow I find it interesting because isn't it? It's a bold move I feel like on his part, not knowing the details because isn't this like a huge payday. What are you talking about being like being exclusive on spotify? Isn't that a huge thing? nope. Oh. I'm going to break it down. WE'RE GONNA get into it. So the here's his here's what I learned from it. Essentially what I understood from Joe was. Let's say. Let's say that. So Joe Rogan, he puts his videos on YouTube and he's only getting a hundred million from youtube for from his videos being on their. Dollars hundred dollars hundred million or two, hundred, million dollars. That's great. He finds he's getting a hundred million dollars from putting these videos on. Youtube But the value that's not the true value of like of that like realistically he should be getting. A hundred million he's beginning five hundred million dollars from his views on Youtube. Okay. But because youtube is like. We're GONNA, give you this and then we're going to keep the rice. Yeah you know. So this that's essentially what is happening and he explained this where I remembers the tea and I'm not sure if amy Schumer is doing it but how Human Schumer started a podcast out of the blue and it's kind of weird and then they the also announced that you know Joe Biden 'cause I sound signed deals around the same time. So it put Amy Schumer podcast I assuming she's a celebrity she has the bigger you like. You know I don't know what you want to call it like bigger Crowley. Yeah. So they put her out there doesn't do well, Joe Kills it. Getting millions of people check in. You know for these episodes come out twice a week. Constantly, killing it the numbers I guess within the first few months they beat what they were like their numbers on the contract. So to be fair though wasn't like Joe was already into podcasting was Amy Schumer. Oh. But. Do they just Michelle Obama spotify just got them trying to get Kim like the. But that's my point is maybe He obviously did better because he was he already had a podcast. Different than celebrity follow. They don't they believe that they're going by the people that are actually big celebrities thing if they're going to bring a crowd in. Like that's why again. Michelle Obama and Michelle Obama doing better than Joe. His granted. Yeah. I WANNA check on Michele's podcasts. But? I'm not really rushed to listen to Michelle's podcast. What is she talking about? It's interesting compared to what I'm getting from Joe Every twice a week. And that's what like every everyone he tried playing against them. spotify bought Gimblett. A huge like podcasting network. You could say avalon shows on it. They're not as successful show. So You keep bringing up more people onto your your platform. But I keep lake I keep killing it. Who you're adding onto this I'm I'm the value like what you're what you're giving me and what I'm providing you. An Joe's episodes touristy long they're like. Three. Hours. Where because you'll start listening to it and then you don't finish that episode for days because You keep doing little nuggets here and there. Finishing Gosh. I'm always listening to joe talking in our living room. So. It's smart. He's breaking down this as to why he does it, which is seeing how long people are listening for. And we stick it with it within an hour because I feel like that's feasible for me and only do it for Joe is the exception right and same honestly when it comes to podcasts for me I feel like if I saw over an hour I don't I don't want to. I like digestible podcast like nuggets of like if you have like a fifteen twenty minute podcast that's perfect because that's an easier. I can. Okay. We'll. Also my topics are different the news ninety. One Hour. Okay. Mine are more like business and self-development related. So I feel like it makes sense to do pockets of them an absorb that. But I'll do up to an hour. Because I do like some of those but. I over that I'm like that's a lot at one I feel like you're not feeding me if your podcast is three minutes or less as far south an awesome it's totally dependent on the topic your because. For you and I. When you and I go into these multiple stories yes. Because we obviously we spent almost a half hour just talking about Chadwick. So yes. That makes sense. But when it comes to if you're just talking about like this business is reddish or something. You also don't want to drag it on if there's nothing else to talk about but back to Joe here. I, see the spotify keeps buying people in bringing them on the platform. Joe's cast is still performing everyone that keeps coming along. That's not surprising. And no point. So they know so much caller daddy that we talked about a few months ago how they you have certain like go posts in your contract this will give you this bonus. We'll give you that. So within the first few months of them being on spotify, David knocked it out. Yeah. So it comes like a year later and they're like like. I know everything out. But like do we get a bonus now and everything and I guess One of the executives spotify. They're. Lake We can't give you a bonus, but we can you know I guess they were like downplaying it. They were like we can give you a list and then after after like some back and forth talking though I know we're not gonNA give you a trip then the scale down and essentially got to the point where like you can get you some watches. But. It's not even new watches some watches. Like you had to list these episodes they put out last week will not you like and have this chocolate bar? It's not. It's. It's even better than her she's it's a little. It's a little more lavish than that. It's not the most expensive chocolate, but you have this chocolate bar that's like what this feels like. How that's a slap in the face and I salute Joe like one hundred percent of how much information is giving. Because that's nerve wracking. I didn't think about this but yeah. And Jay Z is so this before where like these record? Like these now moving streaming platforms. Platforms need these artists. They don't need this platform. So it's like if I'm bringing you millions of people listening for hours on your platform and then. They're playing songs because Joe play songs to enter their PODCASTS THEY PICK A. Lift there. It can re whatever whatever it is whether it's like an old song or whatever they play and those people will probably going on spotify and being like, Oh, I'm GonNa see those songs. I've done it a few times. And you know after them doing like a two three hour podcasts of them staying on that platform. Now here they go and this thing on it more by them looking at the Museum Gioja shared on spotify or on whatever platform is more. So probably spotify of the songs that you can add to your playlist now free to stay on even more. So it's like spotify sitting they using you not paying for the value that you you are bringing to the platform and just like it's whatever there's an issue I guess even. Passing, tough. Especially podcasting. It's tough when the later times of the of the years when it's like. He's Kinda get little choppy because around Thanksgiving and Christmas depending on your audience. We. We were thinking about that after our first what winter going through and our numbers where like good even. Higher Higher. What you're shocking. But that's always like you're unsure like during that period between. Christmas, and New Year's there like WanNa have a break like we've been doing episodes. We were doing that for a good while doing episodes a week. These episodes are two three hours long. Like, can we get a break? And spotify was like well. Maybe, you can prerecord sewed that and it's like. You guys don't know my audience they're not gonNA go anywhere. It's Kinda like that fear like when you have the. The Youtube thing where it's like Youtube, it's always felt like they had always have some prerecorded thing whenever they were gone for a month or whatever, and it's like Oh my God. Can we talk about how it's a youtuber thing that if you were on a schedule and the new stopped or even if you were sick or whatever happened and you always have to come back and apologize for not for not being there not having something it was always like this big deal and I was even wrapped up in that. It's so annoying like you're still a human, but somehow it's like, Oh, if I missed a day or two days or whatever. It's the biggest deal of changed now where it's like, it's not if people following, you are liking supporting you they like you for you. You can be gone like it sucks sometimes the podcast you though they'll take a break during those slower times for. Christmas. Thanksgiving and I get it till we a lot think about that a lot of people with average jobs do that too. It's not that uncommon and I. Think we get. So wrapped up in with content creators and small businesses and all these avenues that somehow they have to not do that. They have to be on all the time and trust me. We are like I can speak from a small business standpoint. We're definitely on all the time but. We deserved some days off to some holidays whatever to just be with our family and relax relaxation choose to do what we want to do. So the reason jaw Joe. Even. Signed the spotify the to get information title which was Jay Z, which is Jay String Platform He S J flat out like Could I I? See your like your back in stuff that that. The stuff you normally wouldn't see and Jay Z was like, no, like I'm not showing my. I can't think of what the name is four but essentially, the stuff you want to see unless you're high up in the company, all that stuff. SPA. He when he added his me what spotify he asked if he gets the and they say, yes, turns out it was the no and he's like. Hello like he appreciates how Jay z like flat out like no not showing you this information. And other take was how He made a comment saying everyone's not looking to feed the soil. Some are just looking to take the fruit. And that goes to what spotify is doing Joe. Rogan come actually this. Yeah. This month September way. I found that funny because I'm like he's coming in when he's leaving so is that like a coincidence? I'm not sure this had to be in the works a little longer. Than did not sure because Joe also said in his podcasts that no one has reached out to them to. Negotiate a deal. A normally, that would happen. You know being three to six months or whatever before your contract ends. So let's just like a and not that they would want now but it's just like, Oh hold up before I. Even get into that. Again, check out this episode less put out because it details way better than I could but. spotify came with one agreement I think like a year in about how essentially they wanted to take. Everything that everyone had. Pretty much like a give me all you have. So they wanted to take joe had like the series want to take that anything rory did he wants take they wanna take what he did anything molded they won't take what he had parks you. WanNa make an album what's on? We're GONNA take you know we're GONNA take that. Want to take everything and spotify exclusively. But the offering value. To the money change was not worth it. At one thing going back to the Colorado? Daddy. Thing is you don't want to give up your your Ip. You're an Inter Inter at the can you say? I. Don't know the word you're inside. Out. It's it's actually your your original product. Your original thing like this like pedroia simpsons is ours. We don't want to give a rights of this business that we are building saying y'all. We can give you guys you know. What's what's a number that that is reasonable. I. Can give you is one hundred, thousand the. Few sign over the podcast writes to us You know we'll give you bonuses as you head Intellectual Property Yes ligo. I was like I was racking my brain. I'm like I I. Couldn't say properly. But got it. Yeah at L. A. Day. It's just it's grimy how these companies are signing. Joe Rogan, for example. And always, kind of it's going to be there except for his clips, which is clips are going to be a guiding tool to bring you over to spotify. So he's doing the same thing that he did with Joe two years ago and doing it with Joe Rogan on a major scale now granted. Joe Rogan may be cool with that. He may have gotten the value of for his podcast is worth we don't know put. It's just. Be Okay with it because let's let's figure out the end of the day. Not everyone gets value what it's worth, but they'll also just do it. No some people are just like well, this is a better opportunity. I don't know but it really makes me look at these deals differently when you're like. That's true. They just won't want your audience I said, they don't care about you. That's why. They didn't talk about renewing with Joe. Biden because. They were in talks with Joe Rogan, and maybe what they're paying Joe Rogan is already so much that dog J. WanNa, go Michelle Obama. Maybe they're trying to go that way again, it makes completely no sense. Completely no sense because yes. You can't like numbers don't lie but maybe that's why. Out I'm so curious to know how is Michelle Obama Paradise, doing 'cause like no offence to Michelle Obama Great. Woman. Smoking. There really is moving me to listen to anything that she's saying like I hear her book is good and I would argue like that would probably be something to check out but a podcast is that's different. I don't know not really. Issue and I feel the reason people go to like Joe why his so successful is because he keeps artists in real and it's just it's a conversation with your friends that you're listening in on So much how we keep this podcast, which is the competition between both of us that everyone is listening in on and how I I kind of like that feel. where I feel like Michelle, Obama's one is going be very like produced. PG and that's that's good if it's her avenue. Like what is Kim Kardashian's going to be? We're going to tune in every now and then when she has a on and he passes out and we listen to T- that he's GonNa say but I don't really care about listening to Kim like talk about right because we already know everything about her life. Anyway that's the problem because everything's already televised or on social media you know ten times a day or whatever. So that's. Different. Yeah, it's just come for your audience. They just want your audience to come over here and. and. I really I really feel like apple should be playing a part of this podcast thing because all they did was create the APP and they're like. We have the market share over here. We don't really care that much but Mike Apple, you guys are trying to do content stuff, right? You See. Oh, you really have stuff on our phones just do it Yep I just had to talk about that 'cause that's just wild dog where are we at with time? Forty four. We get into the T I'm. Going to skip ahead on topics. We'll talk about this real briefly real briefly we over real quick. Once Nikki Haley saying America is not a racist country. The Republican? Convention the happened this past week. That is wild statement to say lady. America's not racist and then after the fact who came out after I, think it was donald trump junior that said like we needed to stop with this racism or someone that it's like come on now like talk to your dad. What He's saying we have to stop with this racism talk to your dad and he he The police thing how like we eat fix things I'm like, what are we talking about? Then like what's the? I don't want to. Say America's not a racist country. We started off. Disliking. Foundation of it. We killed Indians just just because like dog could've it could have been a completely different world had not killed people that were here, and then where a car phases into stone into some out in I'm still shuck that in school and I understand you have to like make kids understand stuff at their own level but I'm still shook that when we're younger, you know they teach us that in NHS and pilgrim's just sat around a table and had Thanksgiving dinner and everything Lottie da and amazing. And I'm like. What that's. That's. not, how that went. When was that had when we're was the friendliness I so it's very interesting from a very young age you're already programmed to believing. A certain way, and it's it's well. Exactly. My next issue. During that whole like Republican stuff dog. How do you say? Your four black people bring out token black people to go talk on your behalf and ought. Not. To talk about the civil unrest that's happening or the shooting that happened with Jacob Blake that everyone is talking about. Brianna detail I think even Nikki Haley brought up Brianna Taylor and her speech I. She's like stopped talking like unless you're going to do something about the situation wherein stop I saw. Something from was the New York Times and look an opinion piece, and so I made a good point that trump is not the president of law and order like he's the president of law in this order like he's not controlling anything the corona virus was pushed onto governors like it wasn't He didn't. And That's why a few podcast episodes ago said like commonsense is like that's the fight we're. We're dealing with people not having the commonsense. It's pretty clear. What we're going through what Bush at all we're not impacted by I, don't care like. Like if my guns, my freedoms are taking away for my face, it's not happening. Ridiculous I just had to talk about that Jonoski don't do because guys. We like to keep this within an hour go over a little bit. That's fine. The next thing I want to talk about is something that's completely different than all these topics that we have covered and it just isn't icebreaker to get away from the wildness what that's an understated. So. Guys brace yourselves. So this this woman called the cops because she thought store bought me was a penis. All right. Guys. So. Defining an oddly shaped penis of got them my bed. Sir. Sir where your by of finding an oddly shaped piece of meat. In, her groceries the Akron Ohio. Woman freaked out calling the health department and the police. So this lady went she called the House of House Department. She didn't get an answer. Obviously, they're busy doing whatever health departments do. So she goes and calls the police for whatever reason like the police are going to do something about it. But okay let me get into this article here. So she put the meat on a plate and realize that it looks less like a piece of pork or poultry and more like a piece of. A man. It's got the FOLTZ. She said Oh prodding it with a fourth upon further investigation. There's a whole at the tip Oh. Oh now. So this lady then became convinced that the me was actually a human penis and our first call like I said it was the health department but no one answered. So she called the cops several officers came to our house and according to this lady they weren't immediately convinced that it wasn't a pianist. Wait so they thought so too. Well. Okay. So I feel like it's not that crazy to call the cops. If you think maybe this was a cover up kind of situation. Because then. What was this a homicide or something I'm going to the police I feel like that's a movie stuff were like Oh my God, the chopped up the body I mean it's possible to happen. I guess this from our facebook account because they took like a little screen shot, it's an article from vice also. Yes I washed it off before cooking it, but it didn't look like that until I cooked it, Ma'am you shrinks. Okay, okay. Ask To. Shoot a facebook live video. Oh my God, Comma So the police came examined it in. is in fact. In fact, it was a penis of they're calling a metal against Amer Sir Codex Hammer out now for the corner in the coroner because somebody's missing their stuff This. Kind of traumatizing. Trying to go through this. So. Go. On Save Lot wishy guy that has got a lot of explaining to do put in parentheses some poor man died or maybe sick alive with ours peanuts. One of the commenters wrote Prayers she was live streaming since what they're saying. during the fall of video, she said that believed her home could be investigated investigated as a crime scene mentioned that the police officers would have to take the PA the mystery had been cooked in. That they were at. At their car googling stuff while they waited for additional personnel. The. Akron Police did liberal me to summit county medical. Examiner's office where tests determines that it was an infortunately shaped but otherwise normal piece of pork. All right. This is like bringing me through. So many of ocean. Because you just said it was in fact a penis and now you just said it was just a piece of pork or yeah. Now that the got brought to a medical medical examiner of. Roller Sir. So they're officials conclusion is that it was most likely a pig tail as the label on the package indicated. Wasn't the first time this lady got a pigtails and their realize thick pink tail. Aren't. Currently. Are they not in real life? Is that a cartoon thing I don't I don't. Want to how does that resemble I duNno? I right. Yeah. You know what it is for me is when she said there was a whole at the end of it. I can't I can't. Good. Visuals. One other topic probably, GonNa Touch. So that's that's all that is that issue like sound just like what that was our random a red. I you know it was. Like heavy topics, I like to do things. Throw it all you WanNa talk about this. Bella Thorne thing I really don't want to Children Jeffrey Star than get out of here Jeffrey no one case. Okay. Any thoughts on Jeffrey and two points. Cool again that was like last week's topic. So I don't. I mean it's it came out because the reason is. It's more this week because I believe the person that he's with is like a former NBA player I believe. That makes sense 'cause they look super tall is what I found out. I'd like as sauntered around who the girl is, but I guess like ex girlfriend. He left her to go with him. Like yeah. This attractive Gordon versus like Jeffrey and like. The only thing. Okay. I'm not defending him but the only reason why that's Kinda rude is because again, that kind of puts down sexuality and fluidity and. That I'm not. If you look okay. If I put two people side by side, you can see which one is more attractive. Another I'm not talking about, I'm going by looks I'm going by. What? The beholder. Okay. Well, till most of the twitter verse and probably to us if I showed you the girl versus Jeffrey, you'd be like yes she looks. To Me Jeffrey is not. Attractive. How do you say that? It's to me but what I'm saying that's why it's an eye on the. I'm not putting down gender how you wants to identify. I'm simply saying that dog. Bro. Pro. Even argue that's interesting because you can't really argue it's a money thing if he was a part of the NBA. You don't know. True. Jeffrey definitely probably. Known. Let's say he wasn't someone that I was familiar with but granted I'm not big on the NFL. NBA. you want to talk about this bill Thorne thing. I don't have much. It was gonNA wrap born into the Joe. Biden thing but we moved on and now you made it a thing. Oh this is why we add notes you to put things in. We we said ahead of this when we were starting to the first one, what did you WanNa talk about what Bella Thorne I didn't have too much. It was going to wrap into the the point is now it doesn't going back to Joe Biden and now Italian. Bella. Thorne. Dog, she came in. Stolen, mess everything up and now sitting here people were also sands people outside of the US are impacted because now they're limited on what they can take what they can post their only fans all that stuff. Amount of money they can't get a bigger tip anymore like all this stuff which the reason I'm tying it in with all this because it was like what Joe was saying on the podcast and I can't remember what the line was. Now I thought you were going to bring it up of how like certain people like ruin it for others. and. And it's like. She didn't have to come in here and make a million dollars on only fans when people have been thriving on only fans more than ever since the virus started and that sex workers have had safe work on their and things like that. It's like. She's this person. She's so random. And she's just trying to be in the spotlight wherever she can because she's kind of a mess and it's like. That was so unnecessary and it's like especially as a celebrity, you're fine. Let the actual average people who are thriving off this enjoying it whatever do it like don't do that. It's the same thing when like tick tock started taking off and we were all having fun and some people were blowing up and it was a thing and all that and then celebrity started joining a gadget coach through all the celebrities. Every and so that now they are getting all of us and all the attention and all the cloud and all the everything again when tic TAC was exclusively like a normal person APP and it was amazing and we were supporting each other and it was awesome and it's like I get being everywhere on social media as a business and celebrities are a business so I get it but at the same time. You know what? That's GonNa do you're obviously bigger you have more of a following you have more of an influence. So you're going to change things about how it was built and what it was meant for, and that just frustrates detail issue with both. Are Haven't heard about this because it's like it's it's semi blown-up outside It's because she said that she was gonNA post like a new pitcher something like that and turns out she lied wasn't the case. So a bunch of people ask for a refund like tons of people ask for a refund and her only fans because now they have to refund everyone back. So I had to change up the rules. It doesn't impact people in the US I mean it could change in the future. But affects a lot of people outside the country. So you know European people Wherever you're at hurts you in your pockets because there are other people outside of the US. Are Thriving on only fans because of the worldwide web and we all traffic. So that just frustrated me. Like celebrities don't always have to make everything about them. You guys are fine like. You can be in your little famous bubble like let us. Let us have something nice like I like how Cardi came in on only fans would their deal but her curses like shoe straight up where it's like it's not gonna be any of that stuff and it's going to be more. So like a separate place for me to address gossip. And kind of just have our own hub for like. If, you're a true fan. Go their pay and be a part of it. which is good. No one has an issue with but Bella Thorne is just ridiculous. Lastly, the last topic that we're going to cover here, which I find super interesting and I want to get your thoughts on this kind of GonNa take over the place of the relationship advised topic. Is An article from apple insider saying how in Iphone? Makes you seventy six percent more attractive on dating APPs. Fax Dog. I'm going to say this now. Regardless on what it is dating APPs, a facebook twitter, whatever it is, I don't know what it is, whenever I see person whether it'd be a guy or girl. Take a Selfie or whatever. More. So when you're in the mirror and see your phone and it's not an iphone, it could be an iphone four for all I. Care. I'm just like. Oh You got an android. Classism. With iphone I don't know is there is no. That's I always experienced that when it comes to texting. When it turns green or like when you put a new contact in your phone, you don't know what they have. And It doesn't turn blue and you're just like. Oh That's so terrible. It's terrible to say out. Loud. But yeah, there's like an actual thought process there. Kit Politics has very different sides I haven't. Of course, I haven't. All my dating was like a thing for us like you know before we are initially ships. I can't really think of if that's swayed my view when I was talking to your back then. But it probably did. Like if I saw, you had an iphone I feel like even the pictures I had you saw had an iphone like it just it shows that like. The reason for that is his thought. You can get an android phone for low for like three hundred, four, hundred dollars an iphone you know you had to spend like from seven hundred to. Fourteen at this point. Fourteen hundred Yeah. It sucks. Here's a good question. Wherever whenever we have kids decades from now. Like, when they're like of of age of reasonable CHIAPPA cell phone. When they're able to have a cell phone. You give them an iphone. I mean first of all things may be different by the apple still. Bambi around but I put money on. A certain age. Sure. But I'm like, I, hate these when there's five year olds that have them like I don't agree with that. I watch. I mean if maybe they wanted it as like a Christmas gisors maybe. Little tag device I though and like my kid's backpack or something track them all. That's Okay. She sanctioned not for it. That's what that. But I'm like we were just talking about a watch but okay, 'cause I'm like hold up watches you may take off one waste all that money just take off daddy this this is uncomfortable, and again if they talk like that, they shouldn't be getting any of these devices. That is too young sir. I'm talking like you know they're a preteen or teen or something, and maybe like the watch like you know as a Christmas gift or something like that like no, I'm not just GonNa Freak in hand my kid whatever they want as far as all these expensive devices. But if they slowly like accumulate them kind of like what we did, what if they're like, mom dad my friends or have phones like can I get iphone specifically I can't do inheriting comes again have an Android I can't be looking like everyone else that doesn't have money I never said they would give android it's such a stigma that sucks. Have All it is though some people do genuinely like those things better. Like what the Androids what I'm saying? Like. People were like up there. Even when you're not up there. Pretty much. 'cause yeah. Like I have friends that like android just because they like it they like mice things I shut my phone to work. So I don't touch android like same and it's just it's easier for me. It's easier to understand. Exactly and every, and now everything's things up. So it's like with my computer and everything like that's how that gets you to. She's telling you that she's on the garden apple and you guys have her money. She's ready to trump money on those headphones when you bring him out this year. In a new MAC. Though, yeah that's probably within the next couple of. She's ready to give you all the money for years to come. You're welcome. Make you a five trillion dollar company in no time. Bali. All right. ALERT NO UP DUD tapped out. The fact that we did this for the third time is just training. Let's get that. We love you guys. Welcome. Worth it. This is to be our last out of that but so it has always Please check out our good feeling apparel shop on. Page. The links in the description down below I'm racking my ambition shirt. As you can see if you're watching the to version of this little. Yes he yeah and you're rocking your your shirt. Because you go. Hi Wa wa Wa. Bomb. What is it about the end of these episodes every time lately you gotta make some dirty remark it's not fun if that. Why? Can't get. Old Up What am I gonNA pass me around like a piece of A. Long as it's not penis shaped Oh Jeez. All right. I'm Don Ward ready to that one. Okay. Oh Yeah. Check that out guys I see the FAM- is growing. I see growing and I just want to know everyone starts their questions opinions refuse all that good stuff. The dog is getting ready because she's like yoga rapping it's time to go. So. Yeah. Send US avoid message inker DOT FM slash page on the simpsons link is. Free to do that also don't forget that you should totally give us five stars five. Stars. Our APPS store or the PODCAST APP in the Apple. Store, if I even saw that right but yeah, you know where to go give us those five stars and say how much you love our podcast. You. Kind of cut me off. So now I'm like I WANNA put it in there because you you keep forgetting to say it. if you don't want to send a voice message, that's fine. That's cool. You don't want to hear your voice. That's fine. You can send us an e mail at Paine Simpson's at gmail.com also in the description check that out. but that being said guys, we're going to wrap this up. I'm going to enjoy the rest of the day. And Hopefully this podcast in the video recorded all of without error and if it did not that I'm sorry. Would that being said, I'm Shell Peach and a simpsons I'm joined by my lovely wife Lauren. We'll see you guys next week. Piece out. was attacking gas episode.

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"You're listening to Monaco. Saturday first broadcast on Saturday. The second of May two thousand and twenty on monocle twenty four March hello. I'm Jordan Goodman Broadcasting to you live from the Dory House in London coming up on the show. Portugal is about to ease. Covert nineteen lockdown measures. But is it too early? Lauren Colosio Rabelo joins me with this. Weekend's papers then we'll hear from our editor. I'm Jay Talk. Asthma Lampert remember that many revolutions started in a bar. We can wait but we need this world back also ahead in our weekly feature. What's in my paper will focus on the London Times? Leads me to Michael Binion. Who's the publications foreign affairs specialist? And what's a quarantine? Well like a Martini. But you can get on. Your road drinks expert Joel. Harrison gives us some recipes for corona cocktails. It's Saturday the second of May live from London. This is Monaco on Saturday before we get started with our guests here the headlines of two weeks of intense speculation about the health of Kim Jong UN state news agency Casey. Na said today. The North Korean leader attended the completion of fertilizer plant north of Pyongyang the first report of his appearance since April the eleventh. This has not been independently verified Malaysian authorities rounding up undocumented migrants as part of efforts to contain the spread of Corona virus. The country's police chief said off to hundreds of migrants and refugees were detained in the capital. Kuala Lumpur the Taliban have mounted more than four thousand five hundred attacks in Afghanistan marking a sharp escalation in violence in the forty five days since signing a deal with the United States that paves the way for a US troop drawdown and reaches of Monaco. Weekend Edition today will be able to dip into our pop. Culture picks. Get some prompts for building a business. Have News from the Caribbean and learn about the evolving. Etiquette of lockdown breakup. Sign UP THAT MONACO DOT COM FORWARD. Slash minute to get your copy delivered daily. No let's start with the roundup of today's newspapers Monaco's zone collateral. Rabelo joins me on the line could want to color. Good Morning Gene. Which doing Portuguese papers because you are. Portuguesa you missing home. I mean I guess whenever if I'm stuck at home as most of us are right now home being here in London adding is inevitable that I wish I could fly back to Portugal right to the second especially when all my friends. Quarantine seemed to be blessed with sunshine every day and perhaps to quarantine. What is the press saying there at the moment so the main focus across most of the first Portuguese front pages? This morning is the fact that from Monday onwards Portugal enters the first phase of unlocking some of its citizens so opening up a few businesses and also lifting some of the lockdown restrictions. That have been in place now. It is important to remember that yesterday of Friday first of May is a big national holiday in Portugal as it is in many countries around Europe celebrating Labor Day and workers 'cause throughout history. Now this weekend in Portugal traditionally would have been one where people would have gathered and not only in public spaces about two at each other's homes. So this weekend actually. We're seeing additional measures in terms of restriction of movement so people cannot even leave their own burrows this week and these is a similar level of restrictions that Portugal put in place for Easter. We can for example and this is to ensure you are not doing any travel that is not essential from. May the fours from Monday. There is a bit of easing of some measures. Small businesses and the government emphasized specially those that have their front door directly to the street. So we're not talking about shops within shopping centers or that within the same building are able to reopen to the relief of many this includes of course hairdressers and barber shops then. Some others businesses such as some other services such as libraries and bookshops. And even some of the smaller National Archives will reopen as well to the public what about institutions like museums. So museums is quite interesting because on the eighteenth of May an celebrated the International Museum Day and Portugal is very sad to reopen most museums and cultural landmarks. By that date to you know not only mark the day but by point will have a good two weeks of easing of restrictions so the country will be able to you know more or less understand where things stand. We need to remember that in the case of Portugal in total only only here of course for Portugal in comparison to the rest of the world but twenty five thousand people to twenty five thousand three hundred fifty one cases of Cova nineteen have been confirmed. So when you look at the scale of it when you have some countries that that is their weekly number if not higher than that. This is why Portugal has been able to take these restrictions lift some restrictions now so the Portuguese Cultural Ministry has made it very clear that for museums to reopen certain sanitary conditions need to be in place for example. All staff needs to be able to have the appropriate protective equipment now. They didn't specify exactly what this means. But we can assume means masks and gloves. There needs to be a clear clear cleaning wrote more than usual to the common spaces of the museums. There needs still to be some easing of the amount of people that are allowed inside each of these institutions at one time but it is quite hopeful to read these stories and to see that people will be able to go back and enjoy some what. What for many is what makes a city right is to be able to leave your house visit a museum or a tea or any other landmark whenever whenever you want and many of us at least myself. I've been trying to cope by missing the theater by watching and alive feet from the National National Theater here in London But I wish I could be there on the eighteenth to head back to a museum or two. It has been fascinating. There hasn't it. Let's see I've been doing live gallery tours and things and it's just often galleries that I that I wouldn't have gone to Really interesting just to kind of to get a proper look at some of this art and as you say the theatre the National Theatre has a wonderful streaming program. No it is fantastic and I agree with you. I think I've been on more virtual tour watching some of the special exhibitions from my laptop that perhaps if even if I was in these cities from the comfort of your of your home you can watch these gallery tour from wherever you are we want in the world and it is fascinating to to think that maybe we were there. We wouldn't have spent three hours going through every single piece of exhibition but also I was just WanNa mention still here in port talking about Portugal you know as I said. This is the first phase of easing restrictions by the eighteenth of May the same date. That's the museums are set to reopen. Some schools are set to reopen to So this is mainly a four year years eleven and a twelve which are the two years right before you go to university because that is now the concern for the government is how unlike here in the UK. Where a they have made a decision not to have this year. Portugal has not made that so they want very much these students to go back to school so that they can take their final exams at some point this summer and apply for university. Because the last thing you want is someone ending up missing an entire year of education because of the pandemic that is also the date where most restaurants specially those with outdoor seatings. Seating will be able to reopen and after that by the first of June. Most things should be coming back to normal including then finally teeth irs and cinemas and some sporting events as well somebody else who appears to have emerged from lockdown. Or what we don't know where he's been is Kim Jong Hoon. Yes and of course this story we need to take with. Pinch of salt as the only source we have for for. This story comes from North Korea but it is gracing every international front page this morning including the New York Times There's been a lot of speculation over the past week or so over his whereabouts. Even people looking at you know satellite images that his train was in the eastern resort town in a North Korean. That's where probably he was hiding. Because that's where the train was and there was some suspicious activity in terms of boats and etc and so these are Indian. Unconfirmed news that Kim Jong on has resurfaced in public view yesterday. According to North Korea state news media and at the ceremony at a factory in a city of San Sean now he lasts appeared publicly owned April the eleventh. There's been wild speculation about his health and just because there's this report now we cannot assume that everything is back to normal. There still quite suspicious that he disappeared for such a long period of time. And I guess what's interesting here is of course. North Korea has throughout the pandemic said that they didn't have any cases the cases of corona virus. But if Kim Jong UN was indeed ill or they are rumors that might have been a heart surgery that had some complications. But we will indeed never know. Factually did he have coronavirus. Did he have some other disease that we that obviously impacts his image as a strong leader? And therefore that would explain why he disappeared. There's just so much that we don't know and in Truth. I don't know if we ever will have the full picture There was a very interesting Interview that we did on Wednesday mornings globalist with John Everard who was the British Former British ambassador to Pyongyang and I had intended to ask him about various people in the frame who might be there to take over from Kim Jong Un but actually what he ended up saying was he thought it was so bizarre. That not only had a Kim not being present at a very important anniversary in the in the country nor had any single member of his family and no had any of them sent flowers or any kind of contribution and he felt that that might mean the perhaps had been a kind of soft coup and that Kim might be being held against his will somewhere and we still don't know if as you say this could have completely been as a staged photo core and perhaps something like that is going on anyway. That's I just want to flag up that that's something you can download From a website. It was Wednesday's glibness with with John Everard culture. You talking to us from home as all of our guests at the moment and nuts because of course offices here in the UK closed now the F. T. is saying they going to be close for months. Yes a story of T. Today about workers here in the UK that we should all be ready. That will indeed be closed for a couple more months even if there's an easing of locked restrictions at some point in the near future now of course if we if we try to understand this in makes complete sense of companies throughout the past couple of months identified work that can be done from home and until the exact in ideal conditions in terms of health and safety can be have outside of our home. It makes sense that if you can work than from the comfort of your home that you should do so now of course. A lot of companies are eager to restart operations relatively quickly especially retailers and factories and warehouses. These are this is a sort of work that indeed cannot be held from home. We'RE TALKING HERE ABOUT OFFICE. Workers particularly and of course we still need to also think about what it would mean in terms of the recommendations for the government when we actually return to the office. I think it would be quite. I don't know I can't think of another word other than naive. But that's perhaps too strong to us here but it is a bit naive to think that whenever we are allowed to go back to life in our office that it will be exactly as it was before I'm sure there will be some sort of official guideline about the distance. We have to have between desks colleagues. Even how many people can be in the same room at the same time we the traditional office today is a longer to one of the nineties of everyone having its own cubicle and space. We are in open plan offices. I mean even as they're at Murray House where you are Georgina. That is our sort of office now. Of course we are lucky that we can find easily close and safe-space Allen behind the comfort of the door of studio one or control room one because we work in a radio station but there is of course wider questions here about what the new reality of office work will be and of course here in the UK as well. There's this discussion about non-food shops reopening as well. And what sort of policies will they adopt us? This story here in the Allude to the fact that they might be expected to use the same practices are already in place in supermarkets that we've now grown accustomed to that being the two meter distance to the person that's in front of you waiting outside after a certain number of people are inside et Cetera. And and of course I mean just just looking at the way we operate here and just looking at the urban is which is the program that you produce. I know that later on today. Andrew Tuck will be talking about how that translates into how cities will will actually work Often lockdown. Yes so this week we are looking on the urbanism for example to importance of public realm and the transformation of public realm is going through at the moment because of the consequences of coronavirus over the past few weeks. We've been approaching this show together at. Andrew are very closely on the issues affecting our cities due to the pandemic and T- today's episode. That we have on this week is quite interesting and the fact that you know. It's it's interesting to talk about public ground. When must must have most of us cannot go to public spaces but it is important to rethink and have a serious conversation about the new reality of the city and of course most people might think okay. This includes squares and places where people gather but a conversation. We had that it's quite important was with Miracle Milan. Who's the former nightmare from Amsterdam? I believe he was the first in the world and he has been partnering with other people around the world that do similar work including a cop commissioner from Berlin to bring together this nighttime economy relief package and the future of the night time economy is so important right now as well because as we go through the places and the stages of easing some of the restrictions we can even talk refer back to what I mentioned a moments ago about Portugal bars restaurants and places that live and work in the nighttime economy are so down that so we need to think as well. It's not just about us. Businesses but artists as well people a DJ's and musicians and performers that would traditionally perform in an evening nighttime setting. So we have this interesting discussion with him on the show as well about public realm is not just what happens during the day and it is important to you think what will change whenever cities reopened. I think for many of us as much a as we might be craving. You know a good night out with friends. The idea of going to a bar after weeks and weeks and weeks of being told do not stand close to people that you don't know stay two meters apart. Might feel a bit daunting even as much as I hate it back then to be stuck in a COBB nightwork where could barely move quite eager to be in that awful situation again and in fact will hear Andrew In his column talking about that conversation with Merrick Mellon of quickly before we go collateral. I know that you've got a story from Mozambique which features the Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Yes this story. The reason why I brought up this is from page one of the daily newspapers from Mozambique as I was browsing what was in the front pages of the Lusophone countries. It really is a really striking front-page because we have the two leaders. This great photo of the two leaders sitting two meters apart. Both of them wearing masks and I don't know I can't remember when I seen before. Two leaders of a nation sitting like that keeping such a distance. I mean conversation that they had the the reason for this meeting was because of security in the region more than anything else so both. Mozambique and Zimbabwe have been seeing rising in violence over the past few while I was GONNA say weeks and months but it's been going on for years really and so it's important that these conversations about bilateral cooperation continue but deferred. Oh itself is so striking I duNno. What did you think of it when you saw at Georgina? Well I'm afraid that think that he's such a giant hypocrite that I expect. It was completely staged. The fact is he chartered. A plane a private plane from Dubai to get to a place you could drive to in half a day. He's defying all the lockdown measures taken in Zimbabwe whilst ordinary Zimbabweans being Rested for coming out to find food and put into really crowded conditions. varies jetting off at this meeting. It was a striking photograph. But I'm afraid it hides myriad of sins I feel oh of course and the same can be said as well by Filipino. Easy while he has quite want to say like a better rapid zimabwean president within his own domestic press. There's also been criticism especially when it comes to the cultural sector in Lewisham. Baked that not enough has been done. The government has failed to present a plan for a thousands of people that have lost job due to the pandemic because it has all presented clear measures for the cultural sector so there is of course a bit of that as well there that we have this whole enter meeting and preparing the meeting between the two leaders while the average population is still waiting for answers. Color Tom Fry. We must leave it there. But thank you very much. Indeed that was Carter Revilla. You're listening to monocle twenty four. Let's hear from Monaco's editor. I'm Jay talk here. He is with his wiki letter. I was talking to Merrick. Mellon through the urbanism. I met several years ago when he came to speak on a panel atr inaugural conference in Lisbon. He's a clever passionate man. Who at the time was the nightmare? Amsterdam responsible for promoting and protecting the city's nighttime economy. He's also the owner some great loud shirts which always makes a panel session more memorable today. He runs vibe. Lab is a concern that gets cities to think of clubs as cultural assets. Bars is useful. Employers City music festivals as potent. Branding and the whole world is key for pulling in a creative class in your city now. He's trying to get those cities. Business leaders operators to think about a recovery plan. And as you can guess it's tough. Okay I'll do the obvious. Quip his literally gone from nightmare to nightmare. But and this is a bit. We have to keep reminding ourselves about well. Lots of people cannot stop talking about their baking or their new pickling habit or stating their rediscovered joy of Jig saws there are lots of people who had rather be focusing on wild oats wild nights and some vigorous dancefloor maneuvers not. Everyone is settled down now. Everyone is delighted to find themselves reenacting scenes from the life of nineteen fifties housewife. But there's something else that's lost here. Sometimes it's across arc of funny tipsy night on the town. That friendships are made unbreakable. The passions are revealed. The crazy ideas take shape and big plans are gleefully concocted or as Milan puts remember that many revolutions started in a bar. We can wait but we need this world back and until then well as an online flower arranging course. It looks rather repealing. Do mind return to the park last week. There was the tail of dogs. Having to do social distancing now this and a bit keep people from touching things all public conveniences have been closed the taps where you could wash your hands quench your dogs. I turned off and so this week me and the leash terrier have caught sight of more than one person. Squatting low in the grass is swiveling this way and that with a lizard like dexterity and I assure you they are not on military training exercises the first time. I thought that some Perot deer had stumbled or lost an earing and I was just heading in her direction to offer my assistance and the plaintiff no boomed out in my direction and all this in a rural park in the immediate future. We need cities to provide more places to clean our hands. We need to find a water fountain. Not fewer of them. Things you miss. It'd be nice to have a restaurant reservation to me up. I asked my partner. If you pretend to be a maitre d' and show me to our kitchen table. He was clearly unhappy with the role and told me firmly that there was no looking in my name but they may have a spot on Monday at ten pm or I was very welcome to Q. Outside in case a place the kitchen counter became available and delivered history. I saw that there was a book about a house near where I live and address in Bloomsbury by Alec. Foreshore is the oldest willing in the neighborhood built in the sixteen eighties and the author lives in went online to a well-known site. Put IT IN. My boss get paid a few hours later. I was outside the house when along came Mr Forshaw to hand deliver my copy. And what's more every page has a fact. I'm now determined to remember from when Sash Windows took off in London to how the man who gave his name to Yale also lived just around the corner. Trouble is that he mentions so many intriguing details bank house like finding myself outside staring up at his windows Buckley. The police have not been called. So hopefully I'll be here next week if do take her Thanks to and you. Tuck Monaco's editor and do sign up to the monocle. Minute and uncle weekend edition at our website said that you get set your own bulletin of Weekday News and we can treat direct to your inbox every day. This is Monaco. On Saturday we continue with our regular segment. What's in my newspaper? After this short break Japan is home to the highest number of long lived family run companies in the world. We traveled to Russia to visit furniture manufacturer Maroon would industry founded in one thousand nine hundred ninety five Takeshi. Yamanaka tried to resist his fate by moving to the United States and working as a banker in Tokyo before becoming Maroon as president and reinventing the company. Today I am so lucky for my rene. Is My the bold business owners Takeshi? Yamanaka is part of our film series on the future of Japanese craftsmanship. Watch it now in the film section of Monaco Dot Com come back. This is Monaco on Saturday. I'm Georgina Golden. And this is our section. What's in my paper? Will the paper that we're looking inside today? Is the London Times and joining me on the line? Is Michael. Binion whose foreign affairs specialist at the paper Michael. Welcome thank you so much for agreeing to come on the show today. You're welcome now. I I guess your best known as being the Times Moscow correspondent but you've reported from all over the world from Berlin Washington all over the middle all over the Middle East. What for you was your your career. Highlights T- think well I suppose it was Moscow because I was that the height of the Code Wind Brezhnev's time and it was like reporting from the moon almost nobody had ever been to Russia and manufacture people ever met Russians. So whatever you wrote about was of interest to readers in Brighi and you're right about all sorts of day to day things like what gang shopping in in a Russian shop and what it's like traveling around to the countryside and the other was a great deal of interest and it was alive time and it was also quite a busy time politically. It was the Moscow. Nine hundred eighty Olympic time of invasion of Afghanistan was plenty going on lots of speculation about Britishness else so really that did keep me pretty busy. And of course now because you've reported from so many different places it means that you're in a position to write about just about anywhere and indeed the papers Foreign coverage is excellent. What what's in the what's in the paper today. Well of course like all papers dominated by reporting on Karenna virus but the Times has had a policy which I really really enjoy the babies to give a few upbeat stories every time not just endless tragedy in dispagne's statistics of deaths but some stories that show that there is real. Hope coming a stories about Vaccines that are on the way. The lead story is about a possible moves for when the lockdown eases How public transport my operate how people should take that temperature before going to work on public transport and then there are other things vaguely related to the health situation. Nice story for some. It would be very very good news that the fatality treatments are to resume on the NHS. They were all cancelled after the lockdown and then things about how scientists are wrestling with the problem of trying to find either a vaccine. Aw Medicine that will help. Current embarrass marriage a lot of those stories. But that's only part of the Times it's coverage or a whole other stories on other issues which I intended to sort of take your mind away from the dreadful virus yes exact can and as I say. The the foreign section very very good very interested in the piece about a sedan is outlawing. Fgm Yes that's interesting There's a lot I mean. The foreign coverage is determined on dominated by the virus. It's everything that's going on. In other ways there is quite a lot about as you say the Sudan Story. Female genital mutilation is to be banned. Now this is extremely important because Saddam is one of those countries where almost every woman is subject to this appalling mutilation and now it will be banned. That's in the light of the new more liberal government incident. There's also a big story saying that Putin faces a crisis as his plan to his rule indefinitely hangs in the balance. Putin is having a very bad time with this virus. He's not taking judge his visibly not. They're making making decisions on this. And there's a lot of grumbling obviously from many people not only about the lockdown but the fact of the government seems to be drifting making false promises about what's happening and now it looks as though Opposition which has never opened but opposition is growling away down in the background currently leave foreign affairs coverage without mentioning. Donald Trump and the fact that he says he's seen evidence that the virus comes from a Chinese lab. He's said absolutely nothing whatsoever to back that up. Well this of course. One of the many mysteries of what trump has been saying about the Mara's Yes the Times being quite careful not to criticize him in news stories. A rather simply to report some extraordinary statements. He's made that under the famous. One about drinking a disinfectant to try to ward off the virus about as you say he has said that it is he has evidence that it comes from a laboratory in China it looks this continent attempt to deflect attention away from his own failings in ordering proper measures to counter the virus early on and is now trying to blame. China throw the spotlight on China and accused Democrats and not standing up to the Chinese. I'm not sure that it will work at. Cetinje caused a lot of questioning. About what on Earth? He's trying to do but then well. I think almost everybody else has raised questions about some of his statements as well one of the sections. I always love in. The paper is comment. And Matthew Harasses Column Yes Matthew is always a lively writer and he has been talking about his lock down of course in his house. Indomesia and he's been talking about how people are coping on what's going on and this week is talking about pubs which she says are endangered now vital to the countryside they should be revived or lease rescued That shouldn't be last. Orders all the landlords as historic buildings. Talking about how nice it is to go job. I'm afraid he's going to have a long wait because pubs indeed are probably one of the last things that will come back to normal and so Paul Matthew. It's getting to be enjoying pint down there for a while. It was also very good very interesting piece. About what Eaton is during the school. Eton is doing about the lockdown. It's taken on a large number of children of key workers. There's a picture of them sitting in college sitting there on the benches at sexual distance from each other and of course they're not wearing the traditional uniform measures young kids who are taking advantage of the opportunities for education. And there's a headmaster's injury with ahead Mazda saying that helping others. Excuse me helping out. There's got to be very much or Eaton's mission in the future and he's got plans for the school not just to be a bastion of privilege for the few about to open up some of its opportunities to people in the east end. Poor kids are those who really need the excellence of its and traditions. Michael just before we go. Of course. It's not just the main paper. There are a number of other parts to the Saturday Times. Yes well one of the parts. That of course we'll catch. Everyone's interest is one's dream holiday the great British bucket list of as call it where to go off to lock down and I think again. This is part of the idea of trying to inspire people with something that looks beyond the immediate crisis. And it's got a list on wonderfully illustrated places himself little beautiful spots in Burton. The famous steam railway line from Fort William to my leg is on the cover of the paper and also inside an lots of descriptions of some of the beauties of the Lake district and other places. So that's something to lift your spirits. Also the humor's writer Caitlin Moran has ran has got a guide to how to wear a face mask out. You look fashionable and cheek wearing a face mask as we may have to do in there there are plenty of stories of things and of course plenty on gardening which is becoming an obsession for many people as it's about the anything they're allowed to do. My we started by talking about the fact that you reported from all over the world and just with reference to this bucket list Article I wanted to end if you could tell us. Where will you go as soon as we're allowed to travel my goodness well? I like to pub- but the last place obviously a seeing family is the keesing. My daughter had a little baby boy six weeks ago. And of course all seen videos and they what's Zoom and that sort of thing so it'd be nice to meet the newest edition of the family for the first time it's not very far the other side of London but that will be a priority Then of course it would be nice to go into London though. I need to find a pro. Probably a reason to do so maybe to come to the Mongol Studio on day absolutely will Michael would be delighted to host you just as soon as we can you so much thank you. That was Michael. Vignon his foreign affairs specialist at the Times. You're listening to Monaco on Saturday. We'll continue after this break. Monaco's latest entrepreneurs issue is packed full of inspiring stories about businesses. Who have good at solving problems and tools to help you figure out your next move. We introduce you to the heroes helping companies get through these extraordinary times from fashion. 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Is it too early to have a drink? Well I've got a coffee frontier moment so I think that that will start to my journey today all the experimenting with making some different cocktails little bit later on but not not until after lunch but it is quite a serious question in that we are being told that many of us are drinking much more during this time. Do you think that that's true? I think it as and there is a there is a reason for that and firstly. It's the fact that we are stuck at home to some degree so small pleasures in life. Your little bits of chocolate or lipstick effect is I think is known in business where get pleasures are are have become big pledges which is which is great but secondly I think people are also experimenting more home and that digging into the backs of their cabinets and In the same way. They all with with experimented with different types of food. It keeps your day a little bit more colorful. If you can have something tasty it at the end of it to reward yourself absolutely and I just find myself putting Lamelo in chocolate cake. Mix No very nice. The only thing to do with a screaming. We were talking earlier about quarantine being a Martini. But one that Eugene on your own jinking Elaine. Of course is often been subject to create stigma. But no longer no I think as we stuck at home when we're maybe on different types of video conferencing or Kohls with friends and family in the evening then having a little drink being able to share something having a common theme is is a really nice thing to do. I I have a part of my family live in Bergen in Norway and I was J WANNA trip over there to see them. See My auntie and unclear in the seventies and we couldn't do it so we had a quarantine neo four A resume and they they dressed up for it in my own corporate bow tie on. It wasn't the real thing in terms of the community of being that with somebody but it wasn't far off and it was just lovely. We talked him through the best way to make his Monte. It was fantastic it was. It was a lovely way to communicate and have a kind of virtual hug if you like. Oh that's lovely well. I'm hoping now that you'll talk us through the best way to make a of cocktails now. The problem is that of course. We may not have a great deal of choice available to us in in our houses. I mean there is always yet the dusty lemon cellos or whatever. It is at the back of the cupboard But quite often we lack things to to make cocktails. But I know that you've thought about a couple of your favorites that normally most people will have the ingredients for. Yeah Unsa made big things just understanding the architecture of cocktail which is bringing together alcohol. His Lesi you've got that lovely flavor and kick but you've also got sweetness and often that comes from a sugar or sugar type derivatives and then also you've got some sort of s acid or sourness will bitterness which comes from often from citrus. Fruits will fruit juices so as long as you got a collection of those One of my favorites for example would be the bee's knees which is a classic cocktail developed during prohibition in the Nineteen Twenties. Kinda similar is tied to what we're having now a funny way which simply brings together lemon juice. So you'd you'd want one measure twenty five lemon juice twice the amount of gin so fifty m. l. of gin and then a good squeeze honey to be your own sort of flavor profile. You put that in the Shaker with no ice shake it up to dissolve the honey add some ice carry on shaking and just stray not into into a coup poor white wine glass or tumbler. If you've got one and you have a fantastic balanced cocktail it's called honey sweet Senate which is beautiful. Because it's natural says a lovely round its weakness you've got the acidity of the lemon juice coming through and then of course you've got the beautiful juniper. Let's GIN and it's beautiful easy to make balanced cocktail during on a lot of the things that are in your in your store cupboard. That's nice easy way. Of course if you've got lemon and honey it's awfully good for a sore throat. So frankly if you are infected with covert nineteen billion drink. Something else is absolutely then. Another classic that people have to make especially as the days Getting a longer and you might need something to relax in front of the fire is an fashioned and classic old fashioned takes a Lotta bitches so maybe youngest orbiters sugar a little bit of water and some whiskey into a glass and you keep staring staring stirring to this to list. Sugars dissolved the advice and you keep staring. Should take about seven to eight minutes to make a good one but if you wanNA speed version take the sugar out and put into Maple Syrup so start with an Daschle Maple Syrup in the bottom of your class. Didn't fifty whiskey. Add Ins megastore bitter COUPLA ashes of that and ice and just keep staring building in the ice and keep staring dilution happens. And you got brilliantly nutty wonderful flavorful old fashioned and it doesn't take much work and storing on yet another staple a lot of people will have in the couplets which I wanted to ask you. Joel about ice because I'm not a fan and I understand that it is upset is central to making cocktails. Why well I have a phrase you run out of ICU party. And I think it's one of those things where is does a couple of different things firstly chills drink so anytime you shake shaken. Drink Bee's knees. I talked about the purpose of shaking. Drink is to chill it but not dilute it whereas stirred drink like the old fashioned up. It was just talking about or Negroni. For example the point of the ice in that is actually the dilute drink down a bit and Chile as well so you can make drinks with our ice. But it's much better to have a drink. That's made using ice and the classic Martini. If you go to a great bar like jukes hotel in London where they they make a legendary Martini. They keep all their ingredients in the freezer. The glass the gene a little bit of mood dash and there's no dilution required because everything just comes out the freezing cold so that Martini debate vodka or gin well personally. I'm a big GIN fan so I like my Martini made with a good citrus forward. style gin and with a twist of lemon. But if I'm going to have a VODKA MARTINI. I like it as a Gibson with a cocktail two in its to give it a little bit of a lift Joe How are you staying sane without the option of going out to restaurants and bars? It's you know I'm very privileged. My wife is a food stylist so she is a fantastic turn in the kitchen makes amazing food so we have not been struggling to badly on that side. So I've been doing the drink. She's been doing the food and we've been keeping all south protean detained but I just can't wait to get back out traveling. I just before. The lockdown return from a lovely trip to Switzerland and went across from Zurich will the way over to San Moritz and just some of those flavors that I discovered some of the great drinks that were out there as well wines but also some of those amazing foods come from the Swiss mountains just fantastic and I miss that. I miss the opportunity to get out and uncover and discover other cultures food and drink habits. Well as we asked Michael before you whereas the first place then that you'd had to as soon as you're allowed France to winds AMIS is up. There is is one of the best drinks in the world cocktail guy but I'm keen to go and explore Burgundy so I'd love to jump on a ferry go round The central regions of France and try and some local wines. Well listen thank you so much a Gel. That was absolutely lovely and I cannot wait to try some of those cocktails that that you've told us about the bee's knees lovelier Maple Syrup Ole fashioned And of course a classic Martini Joel Harrison. Thanks so much under cheers. And that's all for today's program. It was produced by Marcus. Hippie on a studio engineer was newer hull. Climb Georgina. Godwin Michael on Saturday returns at the same time next week and tomorrow Emma Nelson will be here at the same time with Monaco on Sunday. And of course I'm with you here for a few more hours today. Thank you for listening.

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111919 Part 1

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111919 Part 1

"The Ace and TJ radio are the best and most loyal listeners. In the world we see that every year when our listeners step up in amazing ways for Ason Jason. TJ's breaking and entering Christmas. This year we're accepting donations that are tax deductible and we're starting already to ask of our radio family to donate hey to help more families this year for the holidays. If you want to help you can go to ace. TJ Dot com the ace and TJ APP or Radio Family Charity Dot Org Mark and look for the breaking and entering Christmas donate add. Thank you for your support. Hey It's T. J. and I want to tell you about my recent stay at the Ballantyne you know the second as you walk in. You know you're in a fancy hotel is not only beautiful but the staff goes out of their way to make sure you have the most luxurious experience experience of your life to go to the Ballantyne Dot Com and see all the great things. You can enjoy everything from their SPA to golf. They're beautiful pool. 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Drove US right in front of diesel then acted like I was going to and he called his mom to come rescue him. But then that made me even crazier. I smacked his phone out of his hand. We had a very large break from each other to reevaluate it. We were good for each other sanity or not and never dreamed do that stuff but I was definitely acting crazy. It's always the way it is taste like. I have no idea. Look what you made me do being crazy crazy to like how to drive us. Hold up so you see ladies who doesn't just because somebody breaks one of the women women rules doesn't mean that you are then excused from you know whatever repercussions would come from doing what you're going to do for example just because he called you crazy doesn't mean that you can abuse him or attack him physically or destroy his property. It's still illegal to do that. Just because somebody said a word and I think the more if guys would press charges on women they'd stop doing I always say that he cheated on me so I busted out the windows in his truck and keyed. Okay well if you had you arrested for destruction of property property the Knicks friend of yours. That got cheated on wouldn't do that. Go jail put them in jail. How crazy they're going to be in jail? That's what I want to know. Yeah keep me anonymous. My husband calls me crazy while we were driving down the highway. I looked around a major. Nothing was around us or behind Indus and I said crazy seriously you wanna see crazy. I'll show you crazy. You have no idea what crazy is it on the highway. She just slammed on the brakes. Aches sleep everything. Forward stopped the car and just began screaming while cars had caught up to their whizzing by their city. In the in four-lane ours is coming up swerving around washy sitting there screaming at proved him wrong. SASS connected funny. This is the Ason. TJ SHOW UP SAS trying to come up. I've been hearing this morning like it's You know when you have a couple of in the south you have a couple mornings where it's really really cold. And then you have a morning where it's just pretty cold old point 'cause you ready to where all you think big heavy winter stuff so you had opt out of the scarf and gloves and the whole thing. Yeah Yeah it's too soon. I got it I got it. Well I mean over the weekend and it was the everybody listened to us in Missouri. ERA ARE GONNA laugh at this but it was freezing freezing everybody out this week dealing in the low forties with the wind. Chill making it feel like it was thirty nine and so then you just pack it on a cranked my truck up this morning by the remote start just because I thought it was gonna be that cold when I got into it. I was ready to Cook Sweat Way. Do do what to do. Ah The big angels back today. What's up big angel? I love that nicknamed the big aims. I told me that earlier and I was taken aback age. You say you were in Atlanta. Is that where you were. I was Congratulations on making taking it back alive. I know scary but then again the place where we live now is Taking your life into your own hands crime race up so high these days. It used to not be that way we have. We know a guy named Pat mccrory. That was the mayor of our town town. Charlotte for a long time then became governor but the crime was wasn't bad at all when he was the mayor. I wonder what the difference is now because I mean it's been doing special news reports on. How can we stop the island's just like a regular big city is that come with the territory of getting to be ordained McCready huge expansion? The massive passive continued growth. Is the growth coming from places where they have to leave because of the politics of that city where they are make it where they can't live comfortably or it becomes you know too much government control and things like that and crime and so they moved to a great replace. That doesn't have a lot of crime and people are prospering. And all its growing yet they bring their own their same old political beliefs and stuff with them instead of leaving that behind. They bring that with them in messes up the next place they go. That's what some say. That's what a lot of political scientists would say is what happens. I killed a guy this morning. Well sometimes you you just have to humor you. You live in the concrete jungle you and as both out of me now. Hello how long does it take you to get to work now. As now that you live in the big city in close to the radio station too long today because the exit was closed. I had to go around ten today yesterday. Took me like eight EH complaints. I got in my car and I it the the the extra. I haven't used it yet but the extra forty five minutes or so of sleep is going to be pretty phenomenal. It's less than ten minutes can be here from from my place. Now you're gonNA say your boat no no so you can drive all the way up there to go out on on the Lake Nyerere just going back up there in like a year and a half or so okay. It's a long convoluted tale of divorce and property. Pretty sure so yeah. I'm the only one on the show. Now that doesn't live in rob. You live in different suburbs. You live like twenty Minutes out don't you. Yeah it's about fifteen fifteen twenty. I'm I'm forty on a on a No traffic morning right. Yeah I thought of you yesterday. TJ because Got Home and Amanda had the day off and so we decided to go have lunch and we walked to whole foods hot bar who got some. I got a bottle of water that when I opened it so soft at water just shot out of the top because it's special can special plastic thank waters all over me now but yeah yeah just to walk in winter because of a man about town. It's the only place I know where it is. There is so good at twelve thirty packed for lunch. Yeah it was crazy in there there. I mean I don't mind the whole foods hot bar thing I just you know Kinda keep my head down because they're not used to my kind come in here. Well I just I just keep my head down. Go there and get whatever I need to get. I'm very nice to the people because I realize I'm Minardi in there. My wife wears makeup and so I don't want him smell that on me 'cause they can smell the enemy you know when you're amongst them right. Okay Ashley when it's feeding time you go in there and break bread longside item. While I know I'll be sure to send you picked the first time I walked down there with my wagon pulling my little wagon groceries in the bag Please synthetic yeah. And then I'll send them straight to Louisiana to your people and say come get him he's gone astray look at it. He's pulling the wagon down the street with a starbucks in his hand calling it. Star Zachary Teaching Jane. I actually think though you should walk wherever you can while you can before you start running everywhere gun play right behind. The Popeye's chicken sandwich is has become a pop culture moment that we will never forget as we get older. It is even made its way into churches. The church's chicken company. You know what that is but actual church instead of passer sermon. There's that there's all kinds of music today to food the frozen to this is the ace and Tj show. 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Not just to our Louisiana Lis Anna hearts as but more so mind being from the part of the state that I am I was born and raised okay. Tiny town called era in Louisiana. Know that I've ever heard of West Monroe try that there's a guy there who spoken to directly he's spoken directly directly to buy the devil. This'll be good and his mugshot looks like more. Act's next wrote in and fields has been named the number one premium skin care line in North America for the last three years. There's something for every skin concern now at ace. TJ Dot com click the road and fields add on our partners page. There's a sixty day. Money back guarantee and new monthly specials go to a C. J. DOT DOT COM and click the road and fields add on our partners page farm. Stand Pumpkin Porch Pumpkin Pumpkin roll. pumpkin cinnamon swirl perfect pumpkin pair. Can you say that five times fast. That's a lot of Pumpkin. I'm Bobby Barbara Independence Director. Those are just a few of our Paul Fragrances. 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That's where ace and I started on the radio you've probably seen that on the history channel One of the documentaries about us Anything north of that is more of a MM country rural kind of accept Shreveport I mean the the atmosphere is not Cajun culture is not Cajun. Cajun didn't Cajun is in South Louisiana from Alexandria. Down and in New Orleans is separate from all of that its own screwed up section of the world world and the culture is different there than it is anywhere else in Oliver F- that North Louisiana typical. When you call it's country yeah like Most of the same like Mississippi Alabama. Arkansas has a lot in common good. Would that good people Well some of them and then others go awry. Like like this Franklin read firm redfern R. A. D. F. E. A. R. N. He was arrested Friday evening for narcotics possession and he told the COPS quote. The devil framed him in quoque. That devil the Devil Fair is bad business that will is has always and will always be Somebody had reported a suspicious person Standing on a porch in at a residents in West Monroe will this guy lives twenty miles away away in a tiny tiny town. Called Eras Eras Louisiana is known for being nothing but a speed trap and now a place where someone someone arrested on meth charges lives. That's their claim to. Yeah Wow. The devil framed him. mm-hmm and Now he's being held on three thousand dollars on the thing that has made this go Viral is his mugshot where he looks like the devil. Himself in this Mugshot He's A. He's a ginger. Consider him to be a ginger absolutely and he's got quite at the neck beard going. Yeah and his eyes look like they are about to pop out of his ear. Yeah he's wide open while more. Show you the devil who you. But he has got really really thick luxurious hair. It's good hair Does math grow hair that way. I think that's what well yeah you didn't know. Maybe he sold sold to the devil for good hair. Yeah made a deal. They deal with the devil Sheriff's deputies say when they approached him He allegedly threw a white pill bottle containing the methamphetamine into the yard of the porch on which he was standing. They never see that no. I've seen cops and live. PD They never see it. When you just toss it out the car window right in front of him whatever so The town of West Monroe Louisiana. What is it most famous for SAS in? In today's Times there is a very very very famous family that lives in West Monroe Louisiana. Oh Man I don't know no Oregon's the duck dynasty people. I would do that. I would know that maybe not but you don't have to be a smarter. Oh you know. Don't lash out at me. 'cause you don't know Common Knowledge College like I should have known better show. We should've known you're you're alive in this century A. C.. You know you don't let us teach you the important thing thank sas you know all of the things in you know that you learned in college and all but when it comes to things like what town does the Duck Dynasty family live in. That's that's the kind of thing you need to know right right. It's crucial knowledge is power the more you know The big beards and stuff right okay. They know they're good people. It's a good family the mother on that family in that family would never react to seeing a picture of of one of their daughters boyfriends the way your mom did see in your boyfriend I am dying to hear about. We're going to have to talk about that if you do. Do you mind SAS since we're since we're already on the subject of you talk about what your mom's reaction was to your. Your new boyfriend must get into it but not what you were expecting expecting not at all. No no it was a little shocked was. What's your mom wish? MOM's name Darlene. Debbie Alright era. 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And then they're going to be blown away and then they'll blow away to friends and you they'll blow away two brand but it's one that's going to have to be handled delicately because of the the The nature of it. So that's what we do here on the ace and Tj show we We give you all the stuff in a better way than anybody else. The things that really matter in life like our how throttles built ooh okay SAS. What happened with your Mama Boyfriend? Okay so I was at a wedding this weekend for my cousin. And we're all the reception hanging out talking about my dating life on that kind of craft and my mom goes. I still haven't seen a picture of him yet. Like what's that about I go. You're right let me let me a picture and you and we'll have been dating long month five weeks three months but Yeah a little more. So I see my mom and in-person someone and let me show her a picture and the one I pull up is the best picture I think on his profile of so I'm like. Oh He's so hot. Like talk him up sean the picture and she goes I mean he's alright and keep in mind that's my mom's response fonts to everything I mean I could give her her favorite during was which is a frozen Pina Colada and she'd go it's alright or I could give gave her a chocolate chip milkshake and she's got it's all right so she never does her personality never is I oh that is really good or I like like this is not a complimentary person never no no no no no no no no so I was just okay shocker. She said it's our he's all right. What do you mean she goes? Well you know I don't really like facial hair I said do what I said. Dad Has it goatee. He's always had facial hair. What are you talking about? She goes you know what I mean. But he's key he's that was that can ask the question. Everybody's wondering right now but everybody's afraid to ask what don't matter to me. I'm just asking questions I'm curious. Would your mother have had the same reaction. Had IT. Been Your older sister showing her the picture. The picture which you had the same fan reaction. Thanks so often when she if it were boyfriend of crystals of crews still would have been saying this is the guy I'm dating or would she just been so thrilled. The Crystal was serious with somebody she would have been like. Oh my God knows women the same reaction. My family is kind of like me. We don't think for we speak. We just kind of say what we're thinking and they're very honest and straight up about family members dating who so that's not good then because it wasn't even just a negative response because that's that's her personality coming to you. Just say she telling the truth. She really didn't think he was all that great. Look see just that's her response to everything it's all right. It's all right so you just think she's being sterling extremely the honest about it. Of course I changed the subject immediately kind of feeling a little bit. But she says it's everybody. So what was her reaction action when you were a kid excelling at thanks because you you one pageants you were athletic. The whole thing we did she ever go. Oh my God that is so great. Oh you're the best one on the team or it was a great when you did this and that and yes but she always found something to critique just like my dad if I if we win a basketball game aim he said well. You could have done this. You could have scored more. You could have defended this or whatever but yeah the facial hair though I mean what what you just had facial. Her back can't believe you've been dating him quote unquote for three months. And she's has seen a picture of him yet. Schoener owner a picture already. That's why I asked because it seems like by now she would have in a text message to me picture real quick and you would have sent him a picture of Y'all get her reaction in person. What is what what does she would she? Your dad think about his being a boomer. Is He a dinner He's Maher Dr. He's thirty seven isn't it. What is he thirty? Two thirty two twenty five a the way. The kids use the slang term boomer. Now Yeah you know Do they think anything about that. Is being seven years older than you are almost ten. My Mom's not the biggest fan But my dad has asked one question seven years Joie. He thinks it's gross that I'm dating somebody that's just a dad for you but was your dad. Know what Gucci Slides are at at the wedding. My cousin had just gotten t shirts and it said married Af my dad said what's the AFC so you don't WanNa know classy. They say that good Lord and it was the morning after we were getting pregnant. I thought it was sure. Yeah so your mom thinks your boyfriend's ago and your dad doesn't know what Gucci Slides were. But if he did he wouldn't like like the fact that your boyfriend wears them. Let's got this is not going well for you in this this thing as long as your hat saw that matter matter of crowd I don't blame him for not WANNA show a picture of she knew that's going to be crappy reaction going to be a buzzkill right the Laura by then you'll like that up on now trending with Regan's we'll your chick-fil-a ever tastes the same. The company made a big change. And you need to know about it. If you of Chick Fil A.. As much as I details now turning in less than ten minutes now you can acing Jason Tj show by texting. At and your message size six eight nine three more act TJ next enter to win with the new act TJ radio family. Mondays download our APP to enter and each week will pick one random name and read it on the air some time after seven forty five. Am Eastern. If to hear your name. You'll have fifteen minutes to call in to eight eight eight four one. S T J WANNA save up to seventy five percent on domestic or international airline line tickets then call low cost airlines for prices so low. We can't publish them. Call eight hundred two eight seven forty seven sixteen eight hundred two eight. Seven forty-seven sixteen is not the news. Put it is. What's trending down trending with rids the Jason? TJ show the promotional guy. He's has a new song. This is now trending by the way but I I wasn't planning to do this as a song coming up on Thursday along with a music video. It'll be up on Youtube and spotify and all those Vivo Channel Jet. So I've been trying and tell as like you've got to promote it like you gotta hit hard like like your regular artists promote promote promote so. Okay okay I'm just afraid I'm doing it too much. I might just promote it. So he finally gets onto promoted last spells the title of the Song Wrong where on our on our instagram page show. Okay spelled it wrong. Thank thank you can edit instagram. where I guess I did expected to spell it? It looks so good. Aw I did fix it would fix it bobbled. Five thousand people have seen it. Sorry so anyway. Tagged me on something. What was it? Did you say preorder or pre something. So somebody tried to get smart Aleck with me on. 'CAUSE I post your lease posted a picture on my instagram. My instagram is A- At ace at large and on their I posted a picture of everybody gets a land your tonight. There's a party tonight. It's a pre release party does not released until Thursday and the people who are in the video and the guys that shot the video and all they're going to get to see the video I and we're having a party so a lady sent me a message that said can can you pre-release something. I pointed out quickly. We're not pre releasing anything. The release is not until Thursday. We're having a party before before the release thus it's a pre release party celebrating. Everybody who is Helped and all that kind of stuff and they're going to put the song out on Thursday. So yeah the party's his pre-release right because it's impossible to pre-release exactly so it's the party was the focus 'cause pre-release means to do nothing. I I look. I'm feeling pretty this week. People I would warn you. Do not mess with me. I got a lot going on. I'm doing interviews and stuff it's happening was was supposed to be that you weren't. Oh that is correct. Okay well I guess I won't get land. You're so with that was four so I could get a laying your or whatever we have too many people that we we got food and stuff and all right I man and notice I thought it was just a flyer. Yeah no it does say on there in big bold letters. RSVP OH by win. I put you on the list that wind was. I suppose you're down. They know you're okay. Well then I don't like that either. I don't like for people to predict what I'm going to be doing. I like to be unpredictable. Sorry I didn't mean now training with my misspelling of my promotional misspelling. Well it's okay. I was just really just trying to be critical. Don't WanNa be a lame but I'm really super proud of it. The videos really good unbelievable. I mean really unbelievable. The what what does it feel like to throw a party for yourself. Of course I'm not I'm not. I'm not in the party throwing throwing the party just really quickly chick-fil-a said it's going to alter its approach to charitable giving because of some recent protests from the LGBTQ not Q. Community and now they're going to stop Committing to multi year charitable giving strategies. And they're going to assess the people that they donate to including the fellowship of Christian athletes and other organizations that have What some are calling anti gay and Lesbian viewpoints so Just throwing that out. I guess then that means that the ill be. Gt Q.. beef with Chick-fil-a is over. They'll all live happily happily ever after. Now they'll start supporting chick-fil-a maybe they were what I saw on twitter this morning. TJ They were very supportive of that The comments and then of course then came aim the avalanche of backlash dramatic flakes. No matter what you do I can't win but I do happen to know this. I was the president of my chapter of Fellowship of Christian athletes. And Not one time. was there ever any mention of anything anti gay or homosexual or any that your almost never was like I don't even know what the do we have a platform for that. 'cause I don't even know he'd never came up. No it was never mentioned. I don't know nope what to talk about. Maybe they've got stuff I don't know about but just from my experience so interesting stuff. All those things are l.. Trending alright a story That is so shocking even in today which is twenty nineteen year. This story is so so shocking of how I mean hearing about a throttle now is not that big of a deal. You know. It's kind of common. We talk about it at a lot. More show after the show. It seems seems like we really really love that topic more show after But the way the way this couple was built is unusual really yes and and You'RE GONNA you're GonNa WanNa talk about this all day. We'll give it to you. Next is the ACE and TJ show. This is the ace and Tj show. Don't forget Friday morning world payments right and what are we gonNA blast off at this time jotted down Megan up. It's gotta be huge then. We're going to have a studio audience Friday to hopefully they won't be a bunch of Weirdos Weirdos can only hope okay listen carefully to this we're GONNA try to dress it up a little bit because I mean it's not that bad as far as the content of it but it's It's the first I've heard of this type of thing. There is girl in Utah. Items are home Idaho and Her name is Gabrielle. Reece isn't that a famous volleyball. Yeah well this is not that one. Okay she when she turned eighteen three years ago. She had a plan already in place that she had told her parents about she was honest upfront with their parents. She said I'm attracted to older people of both genders okay and your poised rates into complaint because I said both genders were Meaning there are two his save it. I don't know offense part of the discussion here. She's attracted to the two genders and told them this. You was attracted to older people and What her plans were because she had been chatting with this couple online? Who who lives in Salt Lake City so when she turned eighteen she traveled to Salt Lake City five hundred miles away for her I experience quote unquote. She had no experience up until that point. So that's what she she planned out as You know what was going to happen when she turned eighteen I believe she says she didn't plan on that being her first experience. It's but it happened pretty quickly once she got there. She wanted that to be her first experience and she experienced Both worlds together law of experience in one weekend. Yes lot of firsts in how and she says that was the best of both worlds for her because she likes both worlds okay now three years later. She's twenty one. They still live as a throttle and those two are the only experience she's ever had. Yeah but you just just think of what that experience -perience would've been what all that would entail. I it would have been People you I didn't even know even though she'd been chatting with online or in planning this for for a while before she turned eighteen gene. She's still didn't know them. She could have been flying into you. Know some sort of a of a death trap but two then fly there get off the plane meet them go to their house have her first experience and then say a all right. This is my life now. This is what I'm doing at a lot in a short period of time a lot of big life decisions that were made that. Yeah So there her parents you know. Just regular Idaho he what in the world is happening but everybody seems to be happy. This story was in the In the mirror the Daily Mirror Out of the UK. Even though it's an American story and is if you WanNa go read it yourself then block out about two hours because it's probably one of the longest stories in history of the world. It took me ten minutes to copy and paste it into a readable format And they don't look which you'd like you would picture them to look they look decent. 'cause I automatically if I just heard the text of this story I would think it's gotta be three ugly people interesting why you chose to describe that. They don't look like they look they look decent. I mean we do you think that they look decent or no. That's not a good picture of that doesn't look decent reviews that riggins is just brought up. This guy's we're in a Star Wars T. shirt and he's got two who girlfriends. I mean really. How depressing is that you got to attract girlfriend? Well he's got a wife and a girl got and they have different last names he and the he and the other the older woman but they all love each other. You know what I'm saying. That's the main things that they all love each other and they seem to be happy the That's that's a pretty good picture of marines right there. It looks like a Christmas card. So the guy's forty six. The girl. The girl you're talking about is now twenty one long and what the other ladies forty four so forty six forty four and twenty one and they do admit that Jealousy is big deal. Wow they can't. They can't fight that they're fighting over him. Yeah look welcome to Salt Lake. Wow I got relatives from Salt. Lake Weird one word we years this. This isn't a this isn't a religious kind of thing I'm either like And I'm not saying that that it's a Mormon thing Mormons years and years and years and years ago. Yeah denounced plural marriage. visit just three people. Let Ned freak flag fly yeah So what is Thanksgiving like how. He's wonder that mess with her with her family with his May who met his family three of them. Three of them probably just have Thanksgiving dinner together distant. They have a family. They're they're good to go. Okay well I put the chicken in your Sir Oh we make a Pumpkin Pie. Ain't no doubt about that. Thank the buckles on your okay you in your school romance not the kind of school romance. That makes the news. Use a different kind that you don't hear about the school romance between the teacher and the student those make the news is a little different. Not as romantic ever going in school this is the as Tj show more is the ace and Tj show. There's no explanation as to where this came from other than the fact I was thinking about it. So no big setup or anything just the fact fact that was on the top when we as mind. We hear a lot about the scandal. That is a relationship Asian ship between a student and a teacher. You know that always makes the news. It's not good. I'm not saying that it is good. I'm not saying that it's It's something that is cool even with The attractive a teacher and Male student not saying it's cool. I'm just saying what are you hear about. Mostly you hear that case where it's a woman teacher and a male student then second to that and popularity you would hear of Um I'm female student. Male teacher coach maybe or female student female teacher coach or something along those lines. So here's the thing. Why do we never hear about any relationships like that with an employee of the school? That's not a teacher. Like who has messed around around with one of the lunch ladies or who has messed around with the janitor or the school secretary or possibly One one of the The school Cleaning ladies whatever you call those now say politically correct. We call them maids when I was in school. Have you ever heard of that. Have you ever heard anybody talking about a different school employees. No no I'm just trying to my brain Nazi No. So here's the question and again it's one of those situations on this show where it only takes one to satisfy the curiosity of many. Who has your adult now? But you had some kind of relationship along those lines with with the school employees. That wasn't a teacher or the principal. You know what I mean administration administration again again. You're saying the I I don't know all the terms but she was the school secretaries what we call her at the time or the lunch. The lunch women lunch they have lunch. Men Janitorial custodial staff. Yeah would counselor county. I'll put that on the teacher that with teacher and principal and a security guard. Yeah some guy that directs the parking lot or whatever yeah crossing guard crossing guard. That's what I was looking for. Thank you Reagan's. Why am I so calm down? Crossing look not saying that it's good not saying saying that it's you know something to be making light of. We just don't ever hear about it. And a Lotta Times here Guys who are adults now you in a claim that they were messing around with their hot teacher where I was an eighteen year old senior and or I wasn't even eighteen most of the time you don't believe them they just bragging wagging or whatever but there were couple of ladies that worked in our lunchroom that pretty Pretty attractive when I was in high school. Okay if two members of the administration hooked up. That doesn't count. You got to be involved. He's got to say. Hey it wasn't me. But the principal hooked up with the Librarian of the both got fire. That doesn't count. Get story there. No but you know you're a seventeen year old man boy and You're working alongside the you know you're doing knock complaints in the lunch room you as a part time job or is a school project or something and then you end up hooking up with one of the the lunch lady staff people that taught all right so one triple eight forty one as TJ RDM. US You can text nine six eight nine three eight T J plus the message judge and anybody. No no no. I think we come up with zero and I'm thinking one and then it'll be technicality. We'll find out and TJ coming up on the act take it is as in. TJ's group therapy. It is your opportunity to help someone well and and have a few laughs and get a great story you can share later. This week of group therapy happens in thirty minutes on the eighth at Tj. Show so we're talking talking about the Inappropriate relationships that You hear about in the news between teachers and students seems like it's more more but you never hear about any other school employee's with With students so you're saying if that had ever happened and obviously nothing serious you know it was bad business or anything but you just don't hear of the of the The lunch lady messing around with the man boy a student. I just never in the news. I didn't think we'd get anybody other than just on a technicality This is my favorite one and I don't know if I believe it but still if it's true it's It makes sense. We had a student work program at my school cool. I got a job learning trade with school maintenance crew. We did all of our work after school hours. And the only other people in the building where the cleaning inning ladies. One of them was in her early thirties and really hot. I was almost eighteen. Let's say I learned more from her than I did. Any the teacher really the hot cleaning lady at school. You've ever hear that no I oh no look at SAS Jovan. Rhino bucket break them. This lady said I don't know about a relationship Russian ship but I frequently made out with one of my schools. Security guards hands went places and we made that but we never played the piano. Does that count. Yeah Yeah frequently whitly Share does Kurdi says in highschool I hooked up with the trainer for the athletes. Not a school employee. He was the guy that came in as the trainer to make sure during the football games they were healthy with it then. She adds also hooked up and married my driver's Ed teacher. Oh Wow oh I would still count. Both of those is teacher trainer. One that That flirted but never really did anything With the high school photographer the person came around taking school goo picture. A person was always so weird. But here's the two at school. Pick the best part. Here's the reason why she said it. It didn't go anywhere because my dad had all over his radar because that his parents met in the fifties his dad was a photographer hard by the high school and his mom ended up pregnant pregnant with my dad added age. Sixty two dad was like. I know this game. I stay away from the photographer. Stop it makes. You won't be cheese in High Aga- after again. Let me shoot. You know what they call it. Yeah okay we got a lot more than I expected there. Yeah that was. It's not. It's kind of sad but all I'm saying is there's never any any bragging or even fake bragging about hooking up with the monthly and I think it's a shame what's wrong with the lunch late well Do what you gotta do for some free cookies. what is it for on USA. Ask Ask above us all right. The hottest things that are trending on the Internet now training is next. There's more Ason T._J..

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Aya Cash, Trey Galyon and Griffin Newman guest

Doug Loves Movies

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Aya Cash, Trey Galyon and Griffin Newman guest

"Take your walls. Hey everybody my name. Is doug and i love mary j wanna. This is douglas movies as always douglas. Mary's is presented you by. Oc be rolling papers no matter which. Oc paper you choose. You can be assured all papers or vegan gmo free chlorine free and die free. Enjoy the show coming to you once again. From the the safety of our zoom connections with another homes alone edition it sunday. April eighteenth just three days through my high holiday two thousand twenty one and my guest today are returning champ. I a cash within an trae kallio. Lo let's meet them. Individually announced medically starting with cash is back although i allow i I was my audience and full of fans. Nice to hear your voice again. A returning champion thing. I might be my first win. Really good and confident. Maybe your first first ever win. That's that is correct. But i brought in some some heavy hitters. Today i going down. I want one. That's all i can ask for a while also publicity-wise this kind of perfect because you know we broke up is of course in theaters. Now and then it's gonna be out is going to be available on digital this friday so You know friday afternoons friday. You're you're not gonna need to promote. I mean you could keep on promoting it or tell us about the the next thing. You're always welcome to come back champion or no. Yeah no. I'm i'm basically retiring after this movie so I don't think they'll be anything left to promote well. This might be like you know this might be our next detour in your career is to never lose diagnose movies and have to come back for every all right. Let's let's go for it. Doug might be too early to talk that way. Trade galleons here everybody. Hey hey how's it going everybody. Are you doing bud. Good you you've had ken jennings on the show like have you talked to him about lake at any point in his run was he just like all right. I'm kind of ready to go home or did he enjoy it. You think the whole way through. I you know whenever cans around in a green room and there's people you know fancier than me there that you know he. He joins talking to so we haven't had too many heart to hearts but like you know. He's very responsive. If i ask him you know anything. And i was there in the audience when he won the goat when he won grace of all time. I just kind of casually you know might have even been a dm hitter said. Hey can i come. The you know camille girlfriend you're taping of the tournament championships champions for jeopardy's like yes. Sure and he put it. Put us on the list like have family or anything like we were like cans people what he wo. Anyone wins the prizes like a million bucks and then soon as it's over he's like waving us up on stage at just laughing with us at while we're taking gag pictures on the jeopardy's at ten. Data's the best me in the guy is crazy. Chill like i think like he's to chill ocean skits as he's on the spectrum. That was kind of the fun of watching him because like i said i got to see his entire original run And he was just so much like not only did he just kill everybody but he was really funny too. You know straight year to promote. Ken jennings is not a unfunny. Sometimes thanks trae also joining us and also funny. Sometimes griffin neubert is here l. o. Flow can i. Can i just say on on the subjects. we've been talking about I felt it's one of the only. If i can say this perverse silver linings of the pandemic year for me is i was preemptively getting stressed out about having to try to defend my title in new york. Twelve guests of christmas for a third year in a row I won twice. And then i feel like will now. There's an expectation and i was internalizing that from the moment after the second one ended and i do feel a relief that like i got to take a year off. It feel like this is what we call a humble breath griffey's humble break. It's all right but you. Also i mean you kinda you came in as the reigning champion talking about the thing here and as a former twelve guests of christmas champion. See from new. you're talking about. Yeah right it's where we all have a humble brags here. But i think what we're what we're talking about. Is that some sometimes. The crown weighs very heavy Yeah yeah not for me. Because i really lucked out what it was a light crown. Yeah i'm just happy to be here. I think the problem was that dude throw in pot brownies on stage and everybody got too high. And i'm the only one that functions high so. I ended up winning the thing yell eight. You ate the brownies while doing the show. I did not function on. Pop ronnie i. It's less than a pot brownie. I'm marie kondo. My entire space. And i woke up and my my bedroom was in the living room because nothing sparked and that was twelve years before marie kondo so i could have been a millionaire. Everything was folded but in a different place. I perfected her fold as well. It wasn't just about the joy it was about the organization. Yes anybody ever tried that. It's like to help people just say. Hey if you're like. If things i feel great about your home just Put everything in the bedroom and living room and bedroom. See how that works. It's sorta like don't go in there. If nothing turn one room of your home into like mrs habash hiding place you know. And that's the new next year we could sell people on this. Get their money. Just don't go in there. My room was a four hundred and fifty dollar room in in new york in two thousand and five. So nothing sparks. Joy in my bathroom felt like the bathroom. Upstairs fell through. And i tried to like not pay rent for that week that i didn't have a bathroom and they were like just squad over it and give us your money and i was like okay i. I had the exact same thing happened to me. Not only that. I had in one apartment in the span of one year. The bathroom above me collapse into my bathroom and my bathroom collapse into the bathroom. Bolom i mean look at you two. You're like tom exit. Silly long little buddy pit except with no problem solving ability. Just sort of like okay. I guess i'll pay for it like the scaffolding. Ray it'd be. It here isn't for repairs. It's just paying the fucking like. I can't believe i agreed to that. Yeah me either. We're suckers right trays. They don't win trade by you guys. You guys are perfect for the new colt thing about switching the rooms. I remember calling my landlord and being like where am i supposed to shit. He was down on your friends in the neighborhood and i just accepted that. How exactly who my house if you really need to win. He's openly. yeah. You can't even do it at starbucks here anymore. The code now. Yeah yeah. it's a problem okay. I thought starbucks decided anybody could use the bathrooms or said everywhere by brooklyn. I'd say everywhere but new york the homeless situation. I'll i also think the same thing i think starbucks whole thing was was just. We decided that anyone can sit here because there was an issue or someone called the cops on a guy who right or laptop waiting to also minted the toilet like you could use okay to use the bathroom if you're not happy you hanging out. Rooms are higher status thing tables actors in new york. Do now when i was you know starting out new york. That's like starbucks bathrooms where you changed and tear. They marry support. Your local business may have been going to the neighborhood coffee shop you should be putting on conceal her and trying to wake yourself up in a local ethically sourced coffee shop on your in your neighborhood. Yeah i mean but then you'd have to buy something. I was flying things at starbucks was just changing in the bathrooms and putting on fish nets and things i thought the male gaze would like then you just go find a bar if you're in new york there's plenty of those same thing. Just drop a dollar on the on the bar as you're walking by and just like. Hey use bathroom real quick see. I never even thought to do the dollar. I certainly have many times walked up to a bar. Got carded walked straight to the back. Use the bathroom less yet. Like on a friday night or something right. But i'm talking like middle of the day. I gotta take a shirt then find a bar that's open slap dollar on go unnoticed. That right yeah yeah and you have plausible deniability when you leave the bar right away with the guy who check your id 'cause you could have not found who you're looking for or found you're looking for and that's why you left right away. I would always overperform that exact thing you just described. Would this with the bouncer cold night. Whatever why are you still standing here. This guy this case crimes immediately. Yeah you're like rumor stood. I'm gonna do it. Yeah yeah well. That was the thing. I would use the bathroom and then i would practice the look in the bathroom before i walked and i like. What is it a shrug. What kind of thing am i giving the guy that's like my mom used to. We used to go to the movies and you you couldn't. She didn't want us to buy stuff at the movie theater because it was too expensive but she would very loudly and performative lycee like. Do you want anything sweetie whenever you want. Even though like red vines in our bag with her. And be like yeah. Can i get a soda. And she'd be like shut up box office report. Godzilla vs kong. Did it again. Who ray was gonna was gonna crack that. But the yeah. Sorry i didn't mean to give you the news. This way it's broke up is not number one at the box office. Way box is where are who's got movie theaters opened right now. Oh this is. Just i'm only talking about yugoslavia. Okay yeah i'm sure the numbers are really not great Compared this movie theater new york. La we yeah. We theaters yet. A lot of places have movie theaters new york new york. Israel been pretty much by enlarge but everything's capped at like thirty three percent attendance per screen right but but pretty much everywhere. All the theaters here have reopened. Dang open yet That's that's true. But i feel like. Oh bankrupt alamo. They filed for bankruptcy. They're still supposed to open at some point. I think they're unique case just because they can't really do food service in the same way they used to and that's so much of their business that it feels like they're still kind of waiting it out. Yeah man i mean. I'm pulling for a great. They have a lot of locations opening like texas tough. Yeah which is going to help him. But i think that's part of the problem and why they did. The bankruptcy thing was because you know. I mean they were in the middle of expanding. Pretty gas hugely. Yeah a when all this went down so they had bought out the space to take over the floor. Right below them in the brooklyn location. They were going to double their size. Yeah yeah praying. Thoughts and prayers thoughts and prayers for real men work. Yeah we're all you know in la were very much Mourning the loss of the arclight. And everybody's talking about you know somebody should come along and and take over which you know would be great but Feels like nobody would take over and have the same sort of You know rules and stuff that the are quite had was so is a pretty pretty nice place to see a movie. Yeah it's a shame alamos not in a position to make a move on that. Yeah exactly. I mean that would be a great That this this whole the whole arc. Light chain 'cause we're in chicago this one in san diego and then The few la area and they just pull the plug on all of it and all the pacific grove here in los angeles and many other theaters on this side of the country. Trying to a bunch of new yorkers about this this year right now. Let's get into a were behind schedule bit but having fun Recommendation nation. that's reach. We recommend one movie. One movie only will start with ira because she was here last week and recommended. What was it soapdish. He asks up nice recommendation. Boy know chatting on the douglas movies. Twitter are big fans of that movie. And what are you got i this week. I'm gonna go more current and and probably less known which is a movie called yama voi- it is a movie about an undocumented man in new york city who is a bottle collector works a lot of jobs and then He would like to go home to his family and his family does not want him to come home. So it's actually sort of immigration from a different perspective and about someone who left home and left a son seventeen years ago When the the son was one year old and sort of trying to reconnect to his family But he's also the one supporting his family by sending money home so it's really documentary. I am maybe slightly biased. My husband was involved wrote and produced it so pulled up. We knew because this movie sounds like so stupid now. I'm excited that you're that you're excited about it. Because you know. I can tell it's it's it's real and it's easily it's free. It's accessible on net flicks. A how do you. How do you spell your actually. I think unmet flicks. It's the english title. Which is i'm leaving now. So we'll call call it. I'm leaving now. Because i don't i don't know how many people at listen to this. Don't speak english. But i'm sure there are some. I mean. some people care multiple multiple languages. There are subtitles. That tell you what people are saying. When they're mumbling there are some titles throughout the whole thing. We are gushing before the broadcast started. Recently i had a A movie on that had some scenes where people's speak with subtitles. But i turned on the closed captions and then there became times when the closed captions would be over this subtitles times. The couldn't be smart films. No it's amazing sometimes. Either that or i'm just really high or something but you're right sometimes are smarter than others like they've been You know Program better when. I watched the new coming to america the every time i paused it it would be german subtitles. There were no subtitles on but then and whenever they sang it just started doing german subtitles for every song. China was an interesting choice. I just saw something recently. Where they were there was certainly a like german subtitles. Random spots for a few seconds by care. Remember what it was. That's that is some weird I used to own a bootleg. Dvd of the jessica alba dance movie honey and there was one like ten minutes section in the middle of the bootleg where went into black and white and mike assumption was always like. Oh this is a technical issue. From a shitty bootlegger but i always want to think that it was like an artistic choice. Not on the original filmmakers. But on the bootlegger where it was like bill. Volume will install like there were like. I think this scene would have a little more impact. If you really put into starker contrast right right that's like oh you got that bootleg from flea man. He always he puts a spin on the movies. Yeah man yeah removing managed kramer in trouble with the guy that He worked for when he was blogging. Because he tried to get creative with right right. Yeah i speak of kramer. Like she's a real person body. Kramer trae what Recommend the movie i do. This one is stuck in my head. The 'cause i saw recently in never seen it before but the long goodbye with the elliott. Gould i really liked it. It's like a private eye movie set in los angeles you know and He's got a dope apartment. In that thing which i looked up in his going for one point six no right now. So if anybody. La's got one point six mil and wants to buy elliott gould's apartment from the long goodbye. It's over by one of the frank. Lloyd wright houses anyway. It's a fun movie. it's good it's got you know some subtle subtle humor in it that i enjoy all right. I think we have to discuss this any further movie rules. I second everything you just said. I mean you. Those great griffin done on my podcast the pike s. Id blank check. We were just wrapping up a a month doing all of elaine. May's films Star rewatch those recently in all four of those very much watching but the one. I wanna call in particular as the heartbreak kid which i had not seen in a while her original version and it's been sort of out of circulation for a wild because of weird rights issues but doing the podcast i i discovered that is in fact pretty easily viewable on on youtube in several different places So i highly recommend that people watch the movie illegally. Because there's no other options at this point in time but i think it is Kind of under song as one of the great american comedies period. It's an amazing movie. Yeah that's one was charles quote in. Yeah and He's playing the ben stiller role. Yeah and because there is another heartbreak. Be clear right. There was a more recent one that showed how kind of how great the first heartbreak kid was using. That blueprint it still. You know. it's a pretty entertaining movie. I own right but it's just it's not. It's just not as good as the original because you know that the first one was such an original. You can't really just copy it and come out with something that says good no. I mean and the premise of the original movie is essentially. What if someone was so self absorbed and so perpetually obsessed with the idea of deserving better life that they fell in love with someone on their honeymoon right fell in love with someone else immediately started thinking about who else they wanted to be with and then. The premise of the remake is essentially. What if you married. Beetlejuice remakes us becomes. What if you married. God demon well then suddenly. It's not that unlikable he falls in love with someone else on his honeymoon. It's self preservation. Whereas i think the elaine may movie is a lot thornier and sort of more probing into the human condition and really kind of uncomfortable fascinating way. Ooh i like that. Yeah ben stiller one at no point in that movie. Do you lake year on ben stiller side. The whole time she truly is like one of the most demonic. There's ever a movie. She's a pathological liar. Like a con artist so it just becomes a movie of a guy getting tricked right. Yeah and but it's also just a guy who has his own image to think about when making a movie like that and charles grodin. Was you know in movies in the seventies when seemed like everybody was all about you know serving the the character in the movie and not really worrying about how they came off hence some so many unhinged performances in robert altman movies. Yeah yeah and grodin was kind of the king of playing a pointedly unlikable leading men at that point in time just having no interest in trying to get like conventional audience sympathy which is really interesting to watch. It's funny that these guys that i've grown to love like unconditionally like him and the recently passed. George segal you go back and watch movies in the seventies that they were in and their characters do terrible shit left and right and you're just still rooting for them. Because they're that movie star that you love you know whereas that doesn't seem to a apply these days you know like kinda do either play villain villains or heroes for the most. I am talking about movies here. I don't know what i'm talking about disparate. We've got three grades options here for people to check out. I haven't seen. I'm leaving now. But i'm going to too long time since i've seen a long goodbye so i should revisit that same with harper kid. So this is some good. This is good stuff for me to check out and like griffin. Said like just find you to find heartbreak. Kim you and You know lots of other stuff. When you're looking you'd be surprised. What's on there and also in pretty good condition you know. Maybe you don't even have to sit through too many ads. Okay we're gonna take a quick commercial break and they were going to play some games. We'll be right back no flipping. Today's show is brought to you in part by skylight frames like a lot of people have been able to visit my family much this past year. Which is why. I love the skylight frame. It's a touch screen photo frame. You can email photos to and the appear in seconds so mom could see your favorite moments. Get what i'm saying. Mother's day is just around the corner and a skylight frame. Is the perfect gift. Nowadays staying in touch with those we love is more important than ever and easiest way to do. It is with skylight a photo frame. You could email photos to anytime from anywhere. 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Because that's how you do you just say oh sorry remember so and so in the something something right and then you are jeff go. It was that movie. And i'm like yep you're exactly right okay. That's true. Well let's see if you can do it the other way around. I don't. I don't know if you can There's lots of movies with titles. Like willie walked in a chocolate factory or indiana jones and the temple doom. So i going to tell you the new title that i made up for an existing movie but then follows that formula of a character from the movie and saying a situation from that film makes makes total sense. Yes sir wow it's like i just asked you all if you're willing and able to help the case emergency in the exit row out of all of your needs to take it seriously all right so we'll go one at a time so if somebody misses the next person gets guests and so on. So everybody's got a chance at each one of these boring to start with and the film. I call it lizzie. Kroening and her fictional fred. Drop dead fred. That is correct. Wow right out of the gate. Champion is killing it. Let's go to this autumn. So i wrote. I wrote down. I wrote down the The new title without ready to go what it is. It's time for it. So i just had to figure out my own book. I had to figure out my logic. What would that be called all right here. We go trae. are you ready. I mean i guess yes. I am aright. What movie could have been called jake solely and the blue man and woman group That the fantastic four. No but thank you for guessing quickly. Yeah no reasonable. A rich go with your gut griffin. I own a halloween costume of this Character that i have used for various comedy shows podcasts. And last year so i i recognized the character by name. This is the movie avatar. Dr that is correct unobtainable. Yeah you don't remember jack. Glonek heroine character. Jake sully guy. That's the what's his name sam. Worthington played him. Look i got that right. No points no points new york. Get any points for that. No i'd sooner give you points for you know describing longer by in such detail. Thought he kept it brief but it all the bullet points you really. There was nothing left to talk about serious well. We talked about the dogs. I like the dogs. Those are funny the doberman always chasing them around. That was pretty. We're back to iowa. Okay movie do you think. Says i howard ratner and bejeweled furby our to the duck. I'm guessing from your laughter. That is totally correct. I hear how has a last name but it would be funny. If his last name was radnor bread he does kind of look. Here's kind of serbia so that at howard. The duck trae. What do you think this movie is. But howard what radnor howard rattener radnor jeweled. Furby never ending story. Same i took. What do they know that griffey. Just sitting there waiting to tell us that sir yeah and this is also one of the only from my money. Modern movies that operates like the kind of Ah seventies movies. We were just talking about this cut. Gems yes is named adam. Sandlers name is howard radnor. Of course he had. One point is showing off his jeweled. Furby totally forgot that. That movie was intense man. Like i was. It was one of those. I enjoyed but was just happy when it was over like. Okay i can breathe. Now go outside get some fresh air is good yeah i. It's funny to read comments on the internet about it because You know the movie is supposed to be nerve riling. You know you're not supposed to sit there and just calmly watching. I hope people wouldn't and but the comments the people that hate you can tell eight got under the skin just because you know aggravated with the you know because the situations are very frustrating and Annoy it's terrible. That i haven't seen it all every time i hear it. I think it's about circumcision. And i'm guessing that's wrong. I mean in some sub textual ways a kind of this ties character. He's spiritually circumcise. also physically. Their previous movies also started about season. It's called good thai food. But no uncut gems is just a you know referring to the world of jewelry and that's where sandler's character lives and but he's also a gambler. It's got a lot of issues and it's a very intense movie and intentionally so i will watch post pandemic. It's one of those movies. Where the stuff going on on the soundtrack. It's like putting their to just make it make. The scene are harder to watch totally music yet. I mean he does it well. You sweats and stuff. It's emotional it's it really is oh i can't i. I saw it in. You know. I saw it before we locked down so i saw one of those theaters with the lounge chair kind of situation. It just felt weird watching such tense movie in a reclined position like you need to be in a plastic school chair like sitting forward even nami like the edge of your seat. That's an expression for reason. Not like oh man. It was so exciting. I was laying rain. i was chased lounged man. I was so shane's all right here. We go we've got to settle this thing. Who got that last. Griffin's got two points all right so here's your chance to To tie it up. Don't expect much we'll see. We'll see here. We go so fi sheridan and her three dads men and a baby. Sorry trey what do you think it is three men and a little lady james tornado for the he's like it's going be get married and then she had a new name. Couldn't that look how much time do between those movies with the both incorrect. And then we go over to griffin always just in the bushes waiting to pounce. I'm struggling here. Because those are my top two guesses i would have done the same thing traded and just rolled the dice on maybe doug was thinking more specifically of the second one. I'm trying to of another movie worth three. Men co parent try parent god sophie sheridan and her three dad's. I'm at a complete loss here. So i'm going to guess something that is incorrect and which i also do not have the title for. I'm going to guess the french movie. That three men and a baby was a remake of nice la la. Maybe be a i forget what that was called but yet was based on debt and that started trend of there's psoriatic american comedies based on french comedies and didn't work out most of the time Okay so that one was called a mama mia. So i don't know which one is your dad so fi stuff like that. I didn't read it really no. I remember having to sing and they were like do you. Sing and i was like no boom out the door. That's why i didn't get. Amanda got it. Msa freed she's she could sing. And i couldn't but that was the only reason because clearly it was right up there. Vanilla vigneault on some the. Oh no you're right. I it was totally because you can't tell sense ours. Yeah i caught myself. There could save all right. Here's the next one. Nick wild and the carrot eating cop. That's not a good science. That's your maybe i'm maybe misdirecting nick nick. What me make wild. And the carrot eating cop the bugs bunny movie acreage unforgiven actually gas griffin. As hiding in the bushes on this one the answer zootopia that is correct. Aw griffin you win the game. Congratulations zootopia jason. Bateman is a fox. Named nick wild and he teams up with officer. Judy hops. yup I by that lady wins jennifer goodwin. Yep she's great. Let that's those to the voice acting from both of them zootopia so good jennifer with a g. right yes double g. jennifer goodwin. Do i get a point for that. Jennifer jin jennifer. Jen jen juna. For seagram's you are for the weirdest things trae. I'll think about it during the break and then we got one more game to play. We'll be right back. We're back and i really ought about the entire time. And and i came conclusion that i remember when i was thinking about her top so griffin won that first game slab means he gets to go. I in his next game now. Not really much of a prized. But here we are. It means a lot to me. This case called better dead than fred griffin griffin will start with you. Then we'll go to. I n enter trae. I'll tell you a fact and then you tell me if the fact concerns the film drop dead gorgeous or the motion picture. Drop dead fred or both this. Is mary drop dead head. Fred heavy episode. Oh look at that. That's right little foreshadowing on that in that earlier game. Going back to your themed games thing. Well the scene hairs. It's either from drop dead gorgeous or drop dead. Fred or both griffin okay. Here's your first fun fact. Released in nineteen ninety-one. The answer is drop dead fred only correct griffin has one point so rated. Pg thirteen. i'm going to say are rated. Pg thirteen that is correct. Wow they both get to say the word. Fuck hope they used it right. I haven't seen those movies in a long time. Thinking about re watching gop dead gorgeous because people have been talking it up lately including on last week's show. Yeah i've watched it recently and you liked it dude. I love it. It's one of my favorites. I watch that movie yeah. It's really good all right trey. Well then this might be You know easy one for you ready. I'm ready okay. Job dead gorgeous. Dropped fred or both features in on credit. Camodian cam here on a cameo from bridget fonda. I'm gonna say drop dead gorgeous movie that you love because there's a scene with a beauty pageant where there's just a bunch of contestants they're eating and so i'm thinking maybe she's in the background and one of them Man i should have gone with the griffin. Is it up to fred or both. I vaguely remember her being in. Drop dead fred. So the question for me if she's in both but i'm going to say based on your stony silence after trays answer that. It's just drop dead fred. That is correct back to. I drop dead gorgeous job in both directed by men I can't remember what year drop dead gorgeous was. But i feel like before two thousand. That was like ninety. Five percent of comedies were directed by men I'm gonna go. I'm just gonna i'm gonna go against my instincts and say Dropped gorgeous was just directed by a man that is incorrect. Yeah i i know three oath where you have to say like that. Only it'd be like it's also the only reason i'm say that is because i have see drop dead gorgeous recently and i did find it odd that it wasn't directed by a woman for any but just because it's a lot like that that's an example of people are dumb if they don't think women are funny because there's an entire movie of hilarious women and so i was surprised that it wasn't directed by women as well all right. We'll you're on the board buddy. Now we go to griffin. Isn't drop dead gorgeous directed by a member of the state i think. Oh you mean the comedy group. I thought yeah doing some ten foil hats. Stop there for a sec. Which i have ready to go. I was like yeah no not heard this yet. What's going i dropped at. Fred is a deep state. Sigh up. But i think drop dead. Gorgeous was directed by a member of the state. But i'm trying to remember which of the fifteen it was living. Yeah you can't you can't look anything up because you're in the middle of a game but yeah was directed by michael patrick j right right. That's right. I got a watch moving. Give it another chance. But let's move on to you hear griffin for your next opportunity for point. Drop dead gorgeous. Drop dead fred or both has an actor who played batman in it. Who here okay. okay. Can i ask a question of clarification fisher. Are we counting voice acting performances or does it have to be on camera at in the suit. Wow actor who has referred to himself as batman wile some sort of device was capturing it interesting can be counted. okay. In that case. I am going to blindly. Guess both incorrect. Great guests though. Do you think you know when they do the lake talking to ghosts things where he sort of says that. I feel like that question was a like. Let me see how doug reacts in order to. And i absolutely i was gonna cry foul but since you've got it wrong i'll say i am going to say drop dead gorgeous matter trae because i know she's right his years right that is correct the gray datum west In drop dead gorgeous so that was what. Your question was a little tricky. Because you were trying to narrow down from though the film batmans and there's a batman in the middle had All right so that. Rebecca trae at a more gorgeous frederick both written by a woman both incorrect him. I'm gonna say. Drop dead gorgeous. That is correct dammit. That brings you to three points. It makes you are winner today. Congratulations i know. Thank you so much for being here. I know this is a tough blow to you. The can't act congrats. You know a lot about movies support means the world to me you enemy here today. I don't know well. It's manager nobby messing with storm front. Hey we both shit and other people's bathrooms when our bathrooms collapsed. I feel kinship. it's almost true. True and also amazon conclusively took storm frontside over mothman. So you want a bigger battle. All that is true. That is true thing. Everybody's welcome batasuna perceptive course trae. Now i'm what do you want to plug buddy. You're going to be in my show on tuesday you're gonna do some Do stand up or sit down when you perform on the internet. Virtually man i sit down and who knows it's to maybe i'll stand up but we're doing it in the camera but then yeah then i do have. I'm gonna do a show at spider house. In austin with some of our friends on june fifth and they're doing limited seating. It's only gonna be sixty people so we're doing one show and if it sells out then they'll add a nine thirty show to But it's me chris cubis. Chris tellez avery more j. Wakon and lisa friedrich which is like that austin comedy right there gray lineup Friends out you know and and do comedy since we haven't we haven't been able to do it in a while. Great good for you. I will see you on tuesday. I a- cash. the movie is called. We broke up at as the movie in theaters. Now battling it out with kong and godzilla and But it'll be available digitally on friday anything else you'd like to plug. Yeah can i just put my mom's book my mom's alouette she's got out called. Now we're getting somewhere It's in all your local small bookstores. And she's won. Lots of awards is not like my mom. Self-published something she's got like a guggenheim and so many a isn't shit. So it's it's real good. Go get that awesome. Griffin newman a blank check with griffin and. David is my Podcast i do with david sims from the atlantic as i said we spent all of april. Doing the films of elaine may because we thought that was funny But you can listen now. Ever podcast are found. Also i'm i'm a play a couple of voices on this Weird show that is premiering on showtime and streaming on showtime's streaming thing on april twentieth called cinnamon toast which is a bunch of different directors who Re cut public footage from different types of projects and tried to craft narratives around it and redoubled so i play a couple different characters in one episode of that. But i think it's going to be an interesting show. I haven't seen it. And i know nothing of the other episodes but it's kind of weird ambitious project. It came about from people trying to figure out how to make a show in the early days of the pandemic when no one wanted to actually be on a set cool sounds cool. I wanna watch that. I think it'd be cool. Yeah i'm excited to see it myself. And can we count on you to repeat your appearance next week on the show happily. That's i mean that's the burden of the crown. Yeah we'll see i. I don't know offhand who we're going to have coming up against you. But i'm excited that you'll be back and And and good luck. doug bats. Comedy says is happening. Tuesday or twenty four twenty pacific time. Stand up or sit down for me. Trae re pruitt. Billy wayne davis Who else reenacts gonzales. And also play a game from douglas. Movies with jeff and samm. The ma'am levine. Rush ticks dot com. That's rush. Ticks dot com ca com. Thank you. I thank you griffin. Thank you trae. What a delight. All three of you have been as expected and have a great rest of year Sunday and as always here comes some more time watching viewing no room for you.

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