17 Burst results for "Jack Hayes"
"jack hayes" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Duggan Cult of Glory. You mentioned a couple places in the book How the image of the Texas Rangers have sort of been massaged manicured. It didn't just spring up on its own. It's you know, we we've been conditioned by TV and movies and books and things of that sort. I think about the Rangers and one of my favorite movies, the greatest Western of all time. The searchers. There's John Wayne, writing with Ward Bond and a posse of like sort of volunteers who are Rangers. And John Wayne's characters nuanced. He's complicated. He's not the guy necessarily wearing a white hat all the time. No, that's a great movie. I mean, that's one of the classic westerns right? Most of the movies about the Rangers, and there have been hundreds of movies and TV shows. Present them is very one dimensional figures. You know the the upright cowboy after a to serve justice and do good, and you know, of course, is more complicated than that. Now. The searchers itself is based on the legend of Cynthia Ann Parker, who Woz kidnapped as a young girl by the Comanches. On. The Rangers did eventually rescue Cynthia Ann Parker and the captain, Ranger captain. Who led that mission Soul. Ross was later elected governor of Texas based on in part, his heroism in this raid. Well, as you know, it turns out the story is much more complicated than that. Cynthia Ann Parker did not want to be rescued. She had married a Comanche chief of that pointed and more more Children, and she was not happy when she was thrust back in the in the White man's world. And the raid itself of Was made out to be this heroic bit of combat. Well, actually, it was just Ah, massacre of mostly women and Children in this in this Comanche village, Esso. That's a really good example. Of how, uh, The facts are really messy, and not all that flattering, but they were built into this into this legend. Yeah, You describe a lot of different con confrontations between Rangers, who in those days as I said, We're just like a posse. Hey, go out and get some Indians on and they would go out and and do that job, But there had some Really dramatic battles and epics, searches and, you know, they wiped out that one tribe that we talked about before, But then they ran into the command cheese and that was that was a different that was a different ball game. That certainly wasn't the Comanches Heather origins up in Wyoming and Colorado, and they were not enough in little tribe. Then they found the horse. You know, the Spanish had brought the horses to North America and some escape. Some were stolen. And the Comanches were the probably the greatest horsemen in North America. There was just this melding of man and beast there working there is nobody You could ride a horse like the Comanches and that transform that tried much in the same way The industrial revolution transformed other parts of the world. I mean, they they became The most part powerful Indian tribe and feared Indian tribe on the continent. And they there was this territory called Camacho area, which was their territory, and it ranged from Colorado Dance for Oklahoma, Texas all the way into Mexico and to the Gulf Coast on they prevailed for Probably about 100 years as because they were so good on horses they could. Comanche warrior. Could bend down under a horse's neck and fire off 30 arrows in a minute. Meanwhile, the Rangers are firing single shot weapons and having to reload them which could take anywhere from 30 to 60. Seconds on. Do you know why you reloading? You're full of arrows. What turned the tide. Woz Samuel Colts five shot revolver cold to develop this revolver and then gone broke. But the Texas Rangers got their hands on some of them and under the command of Captain Jack Hayes was one of the most decorated revered Rangers of all time. Uh, they began using these five shot revolvers and that revolutionized warfare against the Comanches. And finally they had a way of the Rangers had a way of fighting back and that you know that turned the tide. It wasn't the Rangers. Alone who defeated the Comanches? The U. S Army certainly had a role. But it was that that Colt revolver that did it. Is it Captain Hayes, who goes to Washington have he had done some heroic stuff he goes to Washington is meets the president. He's highly celebrated. And then I guess one of the Rangers. I don't know if it's him from your book, but meets with Colt and tells him the specifications. Here's what we need and Colt was almost out of business or something and this turn around. Yeah, it was Sam Walker can't under the rain walker, Uh, And there's a there was weapon, then developed couple Walker Colt on. Yeah, he he helped, uh, cold. Uh, We find the weapon. He also helped cold get some government contracts, which helped put him back in business. And, you know, eventually called, develops the so called gun that won the West. On. You know, the Rangers were a big part of that, by by bringing it into action and showing how it could be used. You know, the first colt revolvers were not all that good. They sometimes blow up in your hand. They were difficult to reel. Oh, there were very heavy. But with the Rangers help, and others in a colt developed the weapon more and more and it became Crucial to the conquest of the West. You describe it as the long war is the I guess That's the one with the Comanches. But it's you know, these settlers, you know the the cattleman, the stockmen see the potential of Texas Big ranches where you could raise all kinds of cattle. But the Comanches would not go quietly. And there were some terrific battles that you described in this book back and forth of terrible slaughters by the Rangers and then command. He's fighting back and doing some pretty bad stuff themselves to settlers. Yeah, There was. There was horror and terror on both sides. And we saw that there was a line through Texas from north to South called the Bleeding frontier. And if you went past that line, you were probably dead. You were in the you went into Comanche territory. Huh? The Comanches were desperate because this the settlers were killing the buffalo and we're taking their land s O. The Comanches were, as I said earlier, they were fighting the war for survival. So where the So where the white settlers And there was brutality and torture and terror on both sides. You know, the Comanches were feared more than probably any other Indian tribe because they were so fierce. And so good at battle on DA You know they used torture they would kidnap Women, especially and turned them into slaves. They came often by the full moon. So there's a saying in Texas called the Comanche Moon. When it was a full moon in the summer. And parts of Texas. It was a time of great fear, because that's when the Comanches attacked. You tell some stories. I mean, I've always heard these legends are about giving Indians blankets that were infected with smallpox at something sort of like that happen. I'm sure that Zach that was one of the ways they did away with the Caracalla and others was infected with smallpox. I mean, that was that was a tried and true method. No, we have to. I get..
"jack hayes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Come out here and help yourself Guardsman. You were seeing giving fists bombs to the newly installed defense secretary, who encouraged them to stay warm while they keep the nation's capital safe at all times. Attribute now plan for one of the police officers who died after the deadly January 6 insurrection on the U. S. Capitol. Details from ABC struck Sivertsen late Capitol Police officer Brian Sick Nick will lie in honor in the U. S Capitol Rotunda next Tuesday and Wednesday, say Democratic congressional leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer SEC Nick was fatally hurt in the storming of the capital by rioters collapsing when he returned to headquarters, say police officials sick. Nick was a military veteran, a staff sergeant for the New Jersey National Guard sickness. Body will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery. Lawmakers will be paying tribute to the officer Wednesday morning before ceremonial departure for Arlington National Cemetery. An investigation underway after 11 soldiers were sent to the hospital in Texas Army soldiers drag something during a training exercise on Thursday, says Fort Bliss, Texas spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Alley Pain. Initial reports indicate soldiers consumed the substance. Thinking they were drinking an alcoholic beverage, but actually, according to tests, initial laboratory assessments indicate the soldiers are experiencing a Saleen glycol poisoning that Santa freeze a statement from the base says it's investigating, and in its words, the soldiers drank something. Quote acquired outside of authorized food supply distribution channels. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Brown University director of athletics Jack Hayes is stepping down after nearly a decade in that position. He's taking a new job, a senior adviser to brew in sports capital that's a New York based investment and operating company. And during his time at Brown, the school wants several Ivy League championships plus more than two dozen academic all Americans during his tenure that started in 2012. Republicans increasingly indicating that they do not intend to vote to advance President Joe Biden's covert 19 relief agenda. They're also warning Democrats against moving forward to pass relief through a more partisan process. Here's more from ABC Sinus, Delicate Terra Republican Senator Rob Portman. $25 million is very voted,.
"jack hayes" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"What Madness Alexander Walker in summer league was incredible. Some of the stuff he was doing out there score basketball hidden big three pointers plan point guard full-time Feeding Jacks. Hayes on a lot of those highlights and you saw a great connection between those is beginning summer league in that Pirogue ain't think. He's got a game that's really interesting because like Lonzo Ball I love the way he sees the floor already sees the game he understands how to pass in pick a role situations really well for a young player, but like you said. He has size, will he does want to shoot every shot? Endings, as really confident in himself and he wants to prove what he can do with. That old tell young guys. When you come in, you ought to be addressed you gotta be aggressing. be aggressive doesn't shoot it every time he does this aggressive and pass and. Learn after a while but I think. He's a really smart basketball player and I think he knows how to play. The game is just a matter of understand how to balance shooting and passing especially nothing he wants to be a point bar after he wants to. Be. Part of that was really interesting dominant. Guy He's looking at a lot of film is managing nobody even wants to be that guy who come off the bench be be sparkplug weren't picking role may someplace Randolph. Hill. He can do that for mental mental asset. Physically. He has to get a little bit more explosive getting downhill getting past defenders in finishing at the. Rim. Really good size around six, five six. Point are what did he has trouble at times getting past people in getting to the rim of finishing and I think it's really tough. We had this discussion earlier about when you're predictable as point guard, not get into the room and I think. He has to add that if he wants to kind of round out his name, be that spark plugs off the second score create for other people out he has to. Be a little better getting to the rim finishing or other than I. Love these the floor in Amex for. US WITH Hayes in that big union futures won't be a Lotta Fun. Most. Almost. Routes mentioned Jackson Hayes to. His it's funny too because I think in talking about rookie players especially looking at at center like Jackson. He definitely had a tough rookie season as well. I. Think he showed a lot of really awesome flashes, but it's funny because you see the way that the Pelicans later in the year. I mean you can just even just looking at a schedule like on on baseball reference that shows like that in like the red lines for losses, green lines for wins, and you can pretty much pinpoint where they started actually winning at a decent rain this when derrick favors came back. And I think a lot of that. You can just look at Jackson really struggled. You know I think the the defensive IQ part is an of force. One point without hugues I hate that that's a phrase. But like it's not that he's not smart just you have to learn that basketball stuff. Through. Wraps. are think really showed that back line stuff and trying to learn that and. He still like. Has Tons of potential crazy length, his catch radius on lobs ridiculous like I swear to God you could throw that ball onto another zip code and he's GonNa find a way to do that I mean. The Jackson Hayes missed ALLEYOOP kropulation look up on my twitter. I will have to go out all this dunked our than. Anything. Else I just wanted to bring that up because. I will definitely go check that out. Be sure to plug back that. Great..
"jack hayes" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"However goes but Yeah. At this moment that feeling. Okay show. And I mean to be here the Talia of some up how unusual is for you obviously, you started the season thinking what you wouldn't be doing this kind of rice and how does it feel? Obviously, having a hopefully to win the race with Chancellor. Yeah. It's a special feeling after the will just last year I I was not expecting to to be in a bouncer this year. So Yeah? I'm a I'm a I'm a I'm happy to be here and UH. Straight season. But. Yeah in the end it's a nice to be in. It's also nice to To have a guy in the team that can win the race. So yeah, it's a special Special race. On you're in a when American team with a very Italian Jira team here, and how's your Italian has communication we've been chance on how has working for him I am old. older guys do speak similar tinguely. So everything works out well, I also do understand some Italian if they speak The radio let's say you race race stalk is I can understand and Yeah. I'm I'm on the room of Julianne Bernard and He's speaking pretty good English Now no worries which we were quite surprised to hear the news that weaning was out dog. Yeah and it was a nice. Well, it would have been. Had Been Up to this point a nice story he's been. He's been a room Paul quite a long. Time I think he's been nice since two, thousand sixteen and then about team folded. This year and trek who'd been already been interested in signing him. They yelm took a pun on him at thirty nine years of age and went straight into the team as we heard that into these Italian centric treks afraid Jira team and was shaping up to be one of Nibley key men really in the mount is Kinda guy you can rely on on a lot of different terrain but certainly, I would have would have thought the weaning being quite prominent in the third week when we get to the DOLOMITES. Yeah I. Mean He's a pharmacies Jerusalem when he was Ourika Greenidge and if you if you if you want to be. Weaned dog and he features in the fantastic episode put together by Mitch Docker by the two thousand Fourteen Judas Italian he was a member of the Arcade Green team there, and they won that team time trial on Mitch recreates with all the members of the team and it's really interesting. 'cause winning at put them all in quite a while difficulty jeopardize the entire on the climb in not racist it's just brilliant to hear his. Take on that in contrast everybody else's but yeah, he would have been a useful ally to Nibley just just another Nikki Nyama however I would say they look good to segregate segregated they. You know they pray strong team they they gave I just look at while the races a hole and the track all the team possibly with your who I think at the moment are capable of controlling this race on but that's not many. Teams. That's two teams I think that looking pretty strong including particularly in the mountains on you know the not that experienced Vizma the team that they brought here total bauman who've done you know GD in another grotto's before but you know it's it's not the same level of of experience and pedigree. They had sort of France and I just think that this race now is open to so many different scenarios including very long range breaks. It was interesting we Simon Yates talk about what happened to him effectively in two thousand eighteen when Chris free would come from almost nowhere. And because he is a strong team, I think you know Siamese eight has a strong team. The other Rodney who has a strong team is rough on my car I yes. He does. We've sort of pigeonholed microbes, a guy who goes stages and Patrick Conrad's only one place behind them on juicy and he he won the sprint Brennan for second today. Yeah. Michael. We sort of think of him a statement or a King of the mountains classification hunter someone who when he has tried to jump classification you know he's he's either been around the sort of fifth sixth seventh place or he's he struggled on the hasn't delivered but I think in this setting and environment he becomes a very dangerous guy. I'm not steam that hasn't suffered any notable misfortune. Yeah. It's an interesting thought though that that that that you know that. A group could go in there aren't may be team strong enough to. Control the racist who is a big enough grip with strong as I'm looking a team Mike somewhere before example, because every calendar men and but giant Louis is also their overall thirteen mentioned Scott have also got Lucas Hamilton. He's he's above Simon Yeas and Jack Hayes not that far he's eight minutes. Okay. Bit further by both strong writers who could infiltrate. A break and really turn the race on its head or help twenty race on. It was interesting today just listen to Luke Roberts the son Web coach. He'll expertise here he mentioned while Kelderman just missing out on the second. So he finished fourth today but you also immediately afterwards, I mentioned that giant had a good day almost as though Hindley. As.
"jack hayes" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"To it. I'm used to I'm used to Austin tell you that I got used to it quick. I'm settled in I love it like a lot I. Love the less people are love. How friendly everybody is a lot of good things about this place I love the barbecue had diarrhea for four days in a row couldn't stop really. fucking barbecue I had like a a piece of lettuce and four days. All Ribs, ribs, and sauce like Jesus where are they coming from where you gotta go to place Oh man I was going everywhere. I I found this hole in the wall a bee cave barbecue. Holy Shit. It's like a trailer like this little trailer that you pull up to. fucking phenomenal. You know they're all blown out of this. This you know these are all. Early German settlements through new Bravo's just understood smoke houses and that is where it all came from. Wow. It all came from Germany. Yeah. No kidding. Wow. Why no there's a lot of German folks that live in. Fredericksburg right. Out There Oh and Brambles and south in New Bravo's. We're where's your aunt lived in? They live in new braunfels. What's? But anyway, that's where that was all German settlements. We used to go camping. We'd go to the Guadalupe River, which is fun fun thing to do and. We stayed at a campground called Lazy Ellen Al and that which used to be farm for this German family and the guy that owned it figured out you could turn it into a campground and make easy easier money. So he did and he was about nine years old and he's smelt horrible. Just really stone always always wearing the same clothes. Those guys. Plus Fuck it folks, showers. Take a shower for. And but he told me, he wanted to show me something. So they're all the barnes where there and stuff and he took me over and he showed me. A. Plow. That had a seat on it. and. He said that when he saw that he's is he said that he thought everything that could be invented has been invented. Now you're sitting on a plow. Are you fucking kidding me the good living God damn. The horse is dragging you and. You're not doing anything you boots aren't getting muddy not. You're good. You're grabbing their life living that silver. Star Life. It's a weird thing that the immigrants came out here learning how to meet German smoked meat and smoked sausages, and they somehow know the morphed into barbecue. It was everybody that worked for that. One of those people they went and started their own place and they learned how to do it and just kind of spread from that and You can't have bad barbecue here you will not survive. No No, no no, he will not survive found that out and. Make. Any money selling shady barbecue in the Texas Hill country you cannot no it's not happening everything's good. Yeah The the real worry like I was saying is that people like me will come here and fuck it up. How could you fuck I'm not gonNA fuck it up. I'm GonNa Find Nice Texas people say tell me how to vote of your way. I want to keep your thing Goin' whatever you did to get this like I want to keep this going at nothing to do with politics and. Then, politics could fuck it up though not to barbecue you know. But they fuck up some of the aspects of this place like, Yeah Freedom Parts, right? Yeah. The thing the thing about having a place like this is you gotTa Kinda. Let people do like one of the things that I love about Texas is the fact that it's so wild that you could do a Lotta Shit here you can do crazy like I looked at a ranch. I said, what if I wanted to put a comedy club on this ranch? Is there any rules go? No go ahead. Go ahead what about shooting range the of course fine. Yeah. Bring like do whatever the fuck. You won't put a fence around shoot every animal you have. Yeah. It's it's freedom. It is it is. It's freedom. And I enjoy you know I'm socially pretty liberal, but physically pretty conservative and. So I I In in. You know I I just leaned that way, and so I I hope to Texas. You know spleens that way to you know I don't know that it ever will but you know, I, I love the. The. Freedom of Texas and in A, and I love caller myself a Texan. You know it's a was a sovereign nation. At one time. We can fly our flag as high as the US flag no other state can because they weren't. True. You could fly the Texas flag. Yeah. Do you know why this is so crazy do you know the whole history so different than else? Why Austin Texas it's Texas in general because it was his country because the command cheese of the Comanche is really what it is. Okay. Let's hear Joe. Fight off the comanche the comanche. The baddest mother fuckers in the planes and they literally ran the western part of this country. They were the most savage they. All they eight was meet. They lived off of like buffalo me. Basically, they learned how to ride horseback better than any other. Indians they learned how they call themselves. Indians is the thing like native American versus Indian. They prefer the term Indian I know I, don't know if that applies to all of them but the ones that I've talked to and I've been trying to educate myself about this shit. They said we we prefer the term Indians but didn't the American P. or the the settlers call demand. You thought we were they were India their original people in the fourteen hundred thought they were in India but for whatever reason it stuck and but. The command cheese they were when the the Texas Rangers were the first guys to figure out how to beat the commanches. So Mexico was allowing people to move in to Texas and Oklahoma back in the day when the settlers like go ahead, my friend go ahead it's free and they were basically using settlers as a buffer for the comanche because everybody who moved into these places and built houses just got slaughtered right and so when the Rangers. Until when until what year I? Don't remember what year but they figured out the Texas. Rangers of the first guys who figured out how to fight the comanche and they what they did is they basically fought like them the early settlers used to get off their horses to shoot. So they get off their horses with fuck and Musket, and the Comanche is would run on them and they could shoot five six arrows and six seconds from. June boom boom, filling them up with arrows and these poor bastards had the musket with the stick in the powder and they got fucked. So cult figured out how to make a revolver and the first revolver was made like somewhere in like the eighteen forties and one of the very first people that use the revolver was the Texas. Rangers was Jack Hayes Jackie as was the original Texas ranger in this bad motherfucker figured out how to live Comanche fight off a horseback ninety nine percent. Sure. That's his name Jack as Goo that real quick. But we we actually made a a large photo of this dude that's going to hang in the front lobby. Oko. Yeah. Th there is John Hayes well, they call them Jack to right isn't that weird that Jack is nickname for John John F. Kennedy is Jack Kennedy doesn't make any sense how the fuck did that happen Jack Hayes Yeah John Coffee Jack Hays at thirty as an American military officers so that dude he's there's a large metal photo that's being made of him. He's the reason why Texas exists because these these motherfuckers figured out how to fight the comanche. They figured out how to do it, and partly because of Colt, and because of the revolver and the revolver was basically this all comes from a book an amazing book that I read called Empire the summer moon by this this guy Sam Gwen S S G Gwen and it's all about the comanche and how difficult it was for the settlers to make it across Texas..
"jack hayes" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"All up. Until the Internet you know like you you you can't be a fake post Bologne today but you could nineteen seventy, you could play it off. Like About these stories that people tell and think if it's the IMPOSTOR, it's a real dude right there's probably a lot of fucker when it comes to like wild west stories or I think about even sixteen hundreds like Oh, this dude it was crazy with a battle-axe or something I saw. Cut like nine and a half with one swing. Right but it's the wrong dude, right It's not even fucking William, the the whatever it is but. I don't. Know this is a cool. What's What's a cool name for a dude who swings battleaxes other than? The slicer. It was Charlie the slicer. US hilarious. You gotTA think the no way to tell but just imagine history before pictures. What are you talking about? Draw me a picture. This is what the boats would look like who pull how the fuck do you know like an abstract idea you were the only way you could see something was someone had draw it for you right? Well, that's what I love to think like. It used to be like instagram filters essentially like. I'm a rich dude I want this artist to paint me. Make me skinny. Like, make me rip. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe a little more Hanson. Dick, in my, statue. BAGELS. That was instagram filters. We have no idea what anybody really looked like. I mean imagine if there was like this one guy would go to in the neighborhood and all the ladies like you gotta go to him and he makes your ask so perfect and like that's how they get their picture dinesh. This dude would paint some nonsense version of. This. Yeah no one knows. How do you now you? Mayors barely work back. Then I wasn't near as you're probably terrible back then they. To look at, it shit through fire, right? That's the only way the lighting room up it's fire little lamps everywhere. It's preposterous. They have no idea what they look doesn't work. No, it doesn't work. So imagine this this is how ballsy people were in the fourteen hundreds. There were people that would get in a boat and travel across a fucking ocean. It would take weeks and weeks and weeks based on a drawing and some shit someone wrote down. Yeah. It's fucking insane insane. You don't even know where the Fuck Yar insane. Also, there's some salty dogs and. Wraps galleons with. I rather pirate term. I was reading about pirates and lover the coast of South Carolina. Was It blackbeard? Is He with the the big? One? It just makes you think like she's Christ like these are real people would get like real famous dudes get in boats and show up and just fuck people up and steal all their shit, and there was famous for doing that. So crazy, and it's so funny. Bring blackbeard because I saw. Somebody, had like some kind of sash. Early like like. Like a Miss America, like a bandolier. And it looked like you had a bunch of like black powder pistols like we got one shot and then you're out like. It's so funny that wasn't that long ago man. Does. The early eighteen hundreds when they came up with a revolver. The Colt came up with a revolver and they didn't even really put it to use until the Texas Rangers, the Texas Rangers figured out how to There's a guy named Jack Hayes I think he's the original. Texas Ranger. Basically, it was as bad as dude who figured out how to fight the Indians on their turf. They were basically like like the Navy Seals of the Texas frontier guys shot against the Comanche. and has figured out how to use a revolver that wasn't that long ago mess like eighteen, forty it in it's moving so fast you know what they say they say God made man Samuel Colt made him equal. That's a fucking great statement that's Colt invented the revolver. They're the ones who invented the I think it a five shot revolver those the first time they figured out how to fight the comanche would would ride on a horse it stay on the horse they didn't get off the shoot and they could shoot five times and they had a bunch of those cartridges. So the the the coaches are already loaded. So they take it off the put a new cartridge in fully loaded and locked in. It was the whole, the whole wheel, the wheel so you don't carry a few those with you. Crazy. It's so bizarre how much Shit has. Evolved to kill each other. Since one, thousand four it's frightening and saying insane and even you think about even before whenever you had musketeers and Shit Yeah and you would just stand in line. And you would shoot and then the dude behind you would shoot in everybody's just shooting looking right at each other but it's it's. It's the craziest fucking Shit. It's they fought like that. For a long time man they fought with honor and dignity lake they would show up blow trumpets when it was time to fight. Go, fight each other they all stand in a line yet two guys talk to guys walk up and talk now go back and then everybody else would just shoot each other. Point Blank. It's IT blows my mind you know what's crazy to there was a lot of them A lot of them would do would give up and they would surrender. They would hand the man their sword and they would accept it and shake their hand. They had like weird rules of combat that everybody sort of it here to back. Then it's very strange to read about. It's It's different. It's different as fuck, but it's not that long ago. That's what's crazy. It's like the best you could do is shoot someone with a musket or a cannon right? Just a couple of hundred years ago. Right? That's mean that's manageable. It's it's its nuclear weapons on Iran and yet now now it's like one nuclear bomb ruin your whole day. Yeah. That's not manageable at all. It's it's awful. Tyler Tyler Ziggy are looking down at us right now. That's why they're here. I Agree I. Agree wholeheartedly I think they're like these dummies are going to do something stupid. If aliens are real, I'm not one hundred percent events. But I'm probably like ninety percent convince. But if they are real, I leave the room for bullshit it's like. Jamie. Get a picture shirt. You're wearing why we're talking about that. It's a UFO says can they? Believed that that's a dope shirt detects a saucer if I've ever seen one I think if they're if they're here, they're not gonNA. Let us. That's what I. Think. That's I. think going to swoop in and go hey hey, hey. I'm twenty five right. I can't speak on anything but just from..
"jack hayes" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Years and years and years I want to say maybe even decades have been saying that the human contact is greatly overrated people constantly think I'm laughing I'm kidding it's very dangerous very dangerous operation that doesn't mean that you don't have some type of a consenting group contact with people I get that but the holy one hand shaking standing really close I mean we're starting to see right now the end for the for the most part the reason people have died is because of course he would destroy his limit contact with each other I've been sharing with you only give you one more report on a book I just I'm slogging my way through it's taking forever because I read all the time I'm there an extra that's better I've been reading SG glens what is that summer I can confirm I remember the title of under summer moon it's it's a history of the Comanche people the Comanche people and it's a it's a voice to voice word word narrative you mean he's got information from talking the commands used to were over their grandfathers great grandfathers things like that it's got written testimony history from people who were held captive who were military records anyway this is a serious history look at plains Indians the Indians of the plains of America and that for the most part there were no damn good don't get fooled by everybody gets together for a power while on a college campus it's all wonderful way people are evil they're the good people not know strip savages under percent many of them sadistic gangs of between for the most part sadistic gangs of men between well fifteen forward a fifteen to twenty five years old but string straight up warrior age when they're on raiding parties talk and seventeen through a maybe twenty one at the height of your just straight up killer mail posture and up they didn't just kill people they did things like if they came in rated you for kicks they would do things like slash at the bottom of your feet with a knife have you naked on the desert and then just watch and laugh while you're walking on the sand poke you with a knife or they'd done let you down put burning coals on your stomach I'm not trying to gross you want to translate what Indian life was really like and this was the plane's engine thing and they didn't just do it white people seller's notes they did it to the Spanish back that's how the became the bad mofos at they work because they took horses from the Spanish Becca fifteen hundred so in Spanish were making their way north these guys moved in and let the Spanish no we rule this place you don't and they were tortured into Spanish Spanish were so let's sell shall we say impressed with this doing going further north port out here pulling back so anyway the communities pretty much ruled if you draw a map and look at it the United States in the you see the spent the southern border if you're looking to Texas and you draw a line maybe even then inch to two inches down to Mexico and then you go to the north of Texas and draw a line maybe an inch up and Oklahoma and you go over somewhat toward da what's next on the New Mexico that's really ruled under percent for close to a thousand years and the reason they were so bad is because they've fought on horseback they did not fight on foot of a mention this under I'm fascinated by this they weaponize the horse they made the horse so that they fought from the back of a horse never got off they do the whole thing with that hang over the horse and shoot arrows from under the horse's neck and they were masters at it so that nobody could compete with these guys and nobody mimicked it and tell the Texas Rangers came along well yeah guy named Jack Hayes get more than just a bit here but he took a lesson from these guys when he went out and started killing Comanches and have it not to take images or trying to kill him and so he just he just when your doctor the guerrilla combat to a precise techniques that they used and prevailed and just astoundingly self but let's take a call from ma who isn't even walking on the edge good afternoon for your own what truck driver from Michigan we're talking about a little showers being available there's when he showers at these truck stops now hang on a second what we're talking about is we had a call on it he he said that he was taking the loves truck stops are closed down where you cross are UL trucker cross country are we go from Michigan until North Carolina everyday okay so you're so you're outside doing we're not we're not team drive so what's going on with the truck stops other wide open other open that given the get the showers clean there's plenty of available trucks Dr open twenty four seven good do the the restaurants around here is your scene in the city is a lot of our clothes done to get take out which can go and sit down can you go and sit down with a truck stops so you only get take out at the truck stop okay so let me so they've taken all the seating area where they have a bunch of people said another you can get food but you get take out yeah I got it all paid off the prostitutes still working the trucks that serve the laid off to I think they got laid off okay okay that's good information they they say they chase them away these are dot EDU truck daily back you know that's true so so maybe late at night they they come up they'll come out at night you know are you a before you a take one into your cap are you trusting for corona virus I don't mean you that I'm asking for a friend a tested for your clothes yeah you got you got a little interview so what's it like out there on the roads are away I'm see in fact that to us I shot of I. seventy five L. got a ghost town man I mean as long shot two people are doing that you know that the cell phone camera thing that our people off the roads now I'm I'm no it's not too bad I'm on the western been different bike right now I'm driving okay well I think this will ruin a weapon through it thanks for the final argument with my little sister last night from New York City I've also done it with this Chinese lugar in the end the she's not Chinese we'll watch trump Wu tao celebra put that right your face man thank you for telling it's not a what is it it's not dark arts but the Antarctic loosed up a poll includes not the that's a Canadian group is trying to it is the China slowed really isn't by the way what do your what are your brothers and sisters out there other drivers what they said about this very wrong with manners one should be so our our our truck drivers for the most part progress over the ones you run into are they gonna vote Democrat because the teamsters Tom to what's what's up with good good fantastic man that's good news to hear what this good report so you listen to me on the in your cab everyday yeah I got you on my phone that was not mapped and the under wealth website puts his radio so you can hear clearly in the cab I got on a headset good because I got to tell you this is all gonna 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"jack hayes" Discussed on Big Time Basketball
"The podcast I let's bring NBA champion one of irregular Urine Scallon Pals Kendrick Perkins into the Combo Burger. Stop Perk. What's going on man? Thanks for hopping on today. How you doing was hit command loving it per workout? This morning I jumped in the hot tub. I play hoops yesterday even though it was awful. I'm I mean I'm going again. I'm not eating any any me. But there's places everywhere food so yeah and I don't them west coast. No Oh tim man. So Rhodia man not to scare you know. I'm not like high re I'm I I might try and I try different things out all the time. I go kito once in a while. I just try different things and see how my body respond. Listen Park I remember one day you showed up thirty five pounds lighter you run into floor. You didn't do that by just eating the same stuff you were eating before you. You mixed it up K. K. K.. Your Boy Loyd mixing up once in a while now. You can't scan because I need to mix it up right now. Man 'cause after the show put on a retirement party thing up on a retirement guy on the scale yesterday and got the prince. Yeah you just do it because you had like purp- you you have crazy personal discipline and just do it because you have crazy personal discipline you're going to flex your muscles on that crazy crazy right right right. I don't know if I ever had buses but I try to get some more scale par. You're a first team. All wack by coming off the bench on. What did you think of mellow last night? Because he makes his debut debut we were just talking about it before we papillon. He has ten points but he's four or fourteen from the field like every statistical. Tell you that they were better with him off the court or not having the ball and I'm really rooting for him. I I WANNA see I wanna root for the seems like he really wanted the second chance and obviously no Lillard last night so he gets. He gets propped up into a role that maybe he's not ready to do as the second best player on that team tell us your thoughts mellow debut. Well it was it was. It was everything I expected. I mean it's like you have a guy that's been away from the game ain't polite that long it don't matter how long have you been paying pickup or whatever is not NBA basketball so you don't expect mellow to come in. And just be you know just is be a star was in a gold ten for twelve from the field like you. Obviously Paul George did it but he was only a few months away from basketball. We're talking about a guy a who had played. NBA Basketball or have been in the NBA organizational NBA structure and like the last two years. So it wasn't surprising then he had to go against a guy that you know has been averaging thirty points a game. Although he was coming off of injury yet to go against Brandon Ingram so mellow going for four fourteen. And if you look at some of those shots last night a lot of those shots room Ben came in and it wouldn't horrible Mrs so like a couple who knows threes were down and they just happened to come out like I didn't expect them to have like just this wonderful night. You know where he come in and just go go out nope but I think give it time you know what I mean. I'm GONNA give him a little bit more time. You gotta give them a month like I told me about presenting I gotta give kp some time. I'm going to give up some time so I gotta I gotTa give some you gotTa give mellow sometime also. Hey Perk when you. There's there's a time when the League was really shifting and you had to change your game and we ask for Mellow to change his game to the way the League shifting now. Oh but see. That's the thing we keep saying that the League is shifting right but in order for your team the shifts like you gotTa have those type HYPOC please. Everybody don't have those types of players like everybody take. Everybody can't play the way go to stay late last year because they don't have those type who players like you gotTa be who you are like you take the jazz example right there night shift and they still play with a traditional center. I'll donate so you know. They have a powerful may have switched up. And they have you know about Donald Ditch. You know stretching a floor live there but you know you have to do. What's best for your team? I mean obviously you look at San Antonio. They haven't really changed a they still plant old school basketball. The only team just like like and think about it so many teams are trying to do with other teams are doing but not being successful like they're trying to play small ball but you don't have the personnel the doors so like I feel you when you say like the League is shifting but you know at the end of the day may you still is still a lot the teams out there. This plan that they're playing like they're still take mid range sets like looking at the Miami Heat. Jimmy Butler is not a guy that just like sup- tools and shoot threes. Like he should be arranged. That's like the Miami Heat In in general shoot you know a mid range stats. And they'll be successful right now so like I don't like I don't understand how everybody keeps saying. The League is shifting like you have a big man that could shoot threes and reports requesting. Yeah you're not playing through the elbows anymore but I still think CAMELLO FIT in today's game but here's the issue if he my solution here's the issue if he's going isolation and you're on the weak side all right he isolated he shoots a mid range shot. You're going to block out easy. You're you're easily going to get that rebound now. Hear me out Carmelo. Anthony comes off screening role. And he's coming in full head of steam right at you. Now you gotta commit commit to him but what does that do that leads. Open your guy for an office rebound or you commit got from the perimeter drops down now. He kicks it out to wide. Open shooter the the idea of a mid range shot is the easiest thing the guard. Because you're one and you tip your hat. If he makes it and you're not doc ID matter position and that guard not getting out of position. So now you're not scrambling all over the place and it's all about if he makes it or if he doesn't make it so the the reason they play like that because ultimately and you know this is you're trying to put teams in rotation trying to ride out of that by taking the mid range shots you leading teams off the hook defensively so my point is Camila. Anthony could be Unbelievable catch and shoot player and he can also be unbelievable guy getting downhill. But I just don't know like you have to be ridiculously special to be a jump shooter or mid range shooter and I don't get like clus special right now. No no and I agree with you on this guy. He's not special at the anymore. But I think like you said okay say so you said we do put them in the fall off his right say we just put them at four right. I think when I say one play last night where he did a pick and roll and he actually rose to the basket. They hit him with a pocket pass and he's got like a little layup at the best. Okay cool I can see him being picking pop guys You know a guy rolling rolling replacing guy rotate to. He's able to pump fake one pool up stuff like that. I agree with you. Yes less Eyeso- but he's still like if you think around if you like. Look around the League today he still me still opinion right. There's like would you think okay makes you this. Uso Route. Yup Paul Millsap is just dead much better than Carmelo Anthony Anthony. I'm offensively Only because he his game is so much more simplified. He's GONNA open threes. He's going to drive closed out and then when a guy rotates he's GonNa make a simple play. Carmelo Anthony Better offensive player but Paul MILLSAP. What does three things? He's catching shoe. Drive closeouts makes the extra pass. It's very very simple for him or he gets the ball at the top of the key he goes into a dribble handle next next thing you know teams are in rotation now I believe Carmelo. Anthony said I'm going to play a lot like this. He'll be better than Paul MILLSAP. But he's never proven that he's it's going to be able to do that because it's so easy to play that way but you have to like what I used to do. My whole life and being one of the best in the the NBA at doing it. I gotTA throw that all out and now I just gotTa move. The ball said screens roll to the basket. Pick and pop drive close out if he does. At least he's exactly it's hard to change. I know but you don't think then he warmer change do today. So he didn't have that he didn't have a job. I thought last night like I want to see him. On the court with Damian Lillard I thought last night he kind of felt like like he had to basically come out there. And like you know for feeling it for dame probably like you know put up more shots and build more of a go to got leaked. Cj Alan by himself. But I WANNA see him on the cook with Dame and see him like you know really you know first of all. He's not a good fit with Assam. Whiteside that's just my opinion person like I watched like too many plays like they were actually trying in a post op assault whiteside. Like that's not good for nobody. You know what I mean like. He actually need like they need big purchase bank eight south like I think that would be Grateful Mellow Guy who actually passed the ball. A guy who picked role you know catching in the pocket make extra pass a guy who actually could be a threat at the real who you know you have to stop and then that will open things up for Melo. But I just don't see a song whiteside being that guy like I watched it last night night. Surprisingly not get out subject like he had a double double but it was like it was so ugly like yeah he had a double double but it was just like okay. Okay you look at the young kid of Hayes last night. He actually look like the better player but his numbers. Then show it like the song. Whiteside had the double double but if I had pick one or two last night I'm picking the young King Hayes off in New Orleans because he just like the way he played baseball board of the day. You know what I'm saying. I didn't like that like yesterday. I I didn't expect much out of middle. I was just happy to see him back on the court Jackson. You're you're you're right about Jack Hayes. He is energy off the bench. She is defensively for blocking shots. A He's an impressive guy to watch for for a rookie. And I know you know. Obviously they're pretty signed him coming in and he's supposed to be playing next is I on. But I'm with you on Jackson Hayes and scalp a great point..
"jack hayes" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Sports flag state will not have chase young this week against Rutgers but he will be back after the NC double a role you will be eligible to return after this weekend the Buckeyes defensive end accepted a loan from a friend which he did ultimately fade back Alabama has someone searching a quarterback to identify a lower a game time decision for this weekend because of an ankle injury Evansville pulled off quite the upset last night knocking off top ranked Kentucky at Rupp arena though the aces and finished last year but losses in eight of nine eight coach Walter McCarty told CBS sports radio Jim roam he felt something special could happen last night if we can figure for the first two three minutes of the game and not yours the debate about Iraq so we're going to fight and they're they're really prepared and just Washington number four days in the preparation into the game that we were there they were locked in tonight fourth ranked Louisville will host Indiana state what a difference a year makes for the Celtics who suffered through a season of Murphy's law a year ago on questions of for chemistry they started this year with a loss but have won eight straight and will host the wizards creating Campbell walkers provided a big spark and led the way Monday with some clutch shooting in twenty nine points that the light if you made Jaylen brown to see I think that was a great moment probably Fran of the game friends just take over the gaming for correlate with support what we want to see him in those moments so it was it was great experience in a rounded twenty five points in the win over the Mavericks also tonight the baseball post season on a roll continues the American League and National League Cy Young Award winners will be announced number Jack Hayes floral isn't writing music teacher three Pacific will bring the best team in the NFL be going by bleacher report's Howard Beck talk to the Broncos country he sleeps and breathes football betting they wake up to.
"jack hayes" Discussed on Darknet Diaries
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Here's a clip from one of the captains on the carrier that was stationed in the Arabian Gulf which was launching missiles at Isis airstrikes can only do so much and we're very very effective we're there to support but I think in the end it's going to be a ground fight they needed more help to stop these terrorists so phone calls were made Hello Jack Hayes how's it going good to hear from you thanks so much sorry in this one can't say our guest's name you'll understand leader but for now let's just call him the commander this is kind of a fan boy moment for myself to be Honest okay you're going to wonder how I got to send you because as you'll hear this is an extremely rare interview and I'll explain how I got all that at the end of this episode but I do want you to understand more about who he is okay so in two thousand sixteen I was the mission commander for a combat mission team at USC yeah us come in is believed to be the offensive.
"jack hayes" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"I mean it wasn't like Oh the machine that steals the land no the machine actually stole the land and they knew that machine stole the land the surveying equipment did so they killed them in all sorts of imaginative ways. And so then the People San Antonio send out armed guards with the surveyors and now the death toll rose in fact. If you see the number of the percentage of dead in eighteen thirty seven I think is in my book somewhere ten or fifteen percent of the population nations entering your diet every year trying to do this. Comanche is didn't like this one of these surveys was named Jack Hayes and he was skinny little twenty three year old guy who had this ability to keep surveyors alive catch long enough to get the head rights insecure the land any had so this group this group coalesced around him of young guns. They're all twenty two years old. They were all crazy and they were all very tough and the Texans Jackson's had names for them. They called mounted gunmen and spies winter call spies. I don't know why eventually they came up with a name for them. That stuck was rangers and the other what the Rangers did was. They imitated everything that the comanche did a cold camps again. You don't build a fire because they can find you. They they learned from their various scouts that they use to find the comanche is how to track bird flight how to cross frozen rivers. Had you know particularly horse management which really the white man didn't really understand it. All understand how you fought on horseback how you just how you lived with a horse in a essentially combat situation and so this goes on and and Hayes makes a name for himself. He's the man he's got one problem when his mounted men who are really good on horseback now confront Comanche is they've got only three shots that gotTa Kentucky Long Rifle Bang this one and then got to single shot pistols to three and that's it and you can't reload those on horseback can't do it. They were going up against Comanche <unk> clusters of arrows in their hands. It could shoot very rapidly. They were at a great kind kind of disadvantage in firepower and they couldn't do anything about it. They they won their battles largely by just being unbelievably aggressive they would ride forward full speed screaming they discharge urge their weapons and they would often just win by finish by just guts. 'em with very much the very much the captain call character in mcmurtry okay so now something really interesting happens so go to the East Coast East Coast. There's this guy named Samuel Colt this little inventor guy he's invented this weird. Little weapon is a five shot pistol is the thirty six caliber five shot pissed is got this but what is God is has got at eight well five shots but it's also got a a cylinder that is removable so these you can shoot the five shots remove the cylinder put another cylinder in and is a great he thinks it's a great site cavalry sidearm and everything well at that the moment the United States did not have a cavalry. Nobody wanted his weapon. It was a weapon. It was a clever weapon that had no use as far as anybody could say cult goes bankrupt loses the blueprints so however a somehow the Texas Navy bought a <unk> a crate of those things of the five shooters Patterson Coal Five shooters in somehow it sat in a warehouse in Galveston Somehow Jack Hayes in his rangers in San Antonio which is about two hundred miles from there got a hold of it got a hold of Craig guns. He immediately understood what did he pays immediately understood that it would equalize the thing so you have so now that as rangers now they're training and training with these five shooters getting really good at them and they nineteen forty four they take him out and they try them out. Insist Dale Texas at the battle Walkers Creek and they win and everything that pays thought would happen would happened happened and so here so you've had this incredible moment history right then the Mexican war and the the Mexican war happens people figure out that there are these crazy rangers in Texas ago everywhere mounted in they have have these repeating pistols and they now design fan..
"jack hayes" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Obviously most people listen to remember how interesting as father was I mean Jim, think back to what in the Newt was when he by the way, Manute Bol used to track threes randomly was good three point shooter. He was fascinating. Claire, really one of the more interesting history of the league and it'd be great to see his son come into the league and have some sort of sets there, but a massive 'nigma. I mean, to me, I wrote this on my mantra dot com. It would not surprise me. We'll never know the answer this. But there could be a franchise right now that has global seventh or eighth on their overall like valium very high. There could be another franchise that says, you know what? No way are we taking this guy anywhere near the? I have the opportunity there just a lot of questions about durability, fair, not just questions about his work ethic, and whether he wants to whether he wants to play the game I love the game. So keeping him, he's, he's a bit with a lot of intrigue, and then real quick jets. And hey, that Texas. You know he didn't play a lot of minutes up until the senior high school until a couple of sources that there are a couple of teams that are in the late teens early twenties that might be trying to move a little bit to bump up trying Jackson hazing that ten to thirteen Rangers. So keep an eye on that because he at the ceiling team. Max is out. There are believe. There is a lot a lot of scouts Jack Hayes could prove to be top five pallet in the strap. But no one really knows. 'cause he's still very, very raw for to me the two big men and Inglis fobel and Jackson. But for very different reasons. Really good stuff. One more quick thing before I let you go. We are a little heavy, but I wanna ask you about this coach came came on our podcast, this week, we talked about his big three of the draft tonight. Actually he's got four, but then I think about Gonzaga now we know Gonzaga's power and it's something almost take for. granted but take a step back from it what's it say about the job the mark view is done that you've got three guys from gonzaga in your top fifty it's a ton of market with martine two days ago he is going to be at the draft night he normally doesn't like to go to the draft lottery tickets for he doesn't really like to that but he even told me he's like we're not we're not carolina this is a huge moment for basketball we're definitely gonna have to and probably gonna have three zach nortel being the third along with brand clark in roy moore huge moment for the program without adele knows it marks will ever have another you i mean i know he hopes that happens but who knows if ever have another year where he has three n._b._a. picks in the single season there it speaks to the job that he has done that has been so incredibly impressive and i know he hasn't won a national championship yet i know you got national championship game but i'm telling you jim i know you know this and i know you talk with mark about this when we get whenever the end of his career is whenever he wants to be over whether three years thirteen years from now we're gonna look back at what he built a conventional and he's going to be sure fire hall of famer it's it's just completely fascinating to me what he's been able to do and frankly what no other program has been close to replicating maybe wichita to an extent but we got to see what they're going to do a couple of years or so totally interesting i will add one thing real quick brenda clark it's a second best athlete in the draft i am willington telling it he's an awesome player came from nowhere not even ranked in high school if he falls beyond like twelve or thirteen joke it's going to be because of his age and because he transferred but he is he is going to be ten year player in the league whoever gets clark tonight you will not regret mmediately ready definitely mom man is all over it covering college basketball c._b._s. sports dot com co host of c._b._s. sports college basketball podcast part of c._b._s. sports h._q.'s live coverage it gets underway tonight it's seven p._m. eastern matt norlander my guess macrey java proud of you really really well done have a great night and we'll have you back here soon Jim, thank you so much to Jim and Fall River. We want you back. Smack got it, John. That really well done. Man, he is sharp man has gotten so good. He he has come so far, so fast and definitely appreciates respects the craft, and he's always dialed in, in locked in right? So we're open until the last segment. I've gotten that Ryan Atlanta Falcons quarterback coming up, then that means an open phone open our things I still wanna get to get some final advice for you for tomorrow, what you need to make sure you're ready for this Mack off the most important day of the year on this show, the most important smack off ever arguably the silver anniversary twenty fifth annual. Smack off a parent's brawl for the ages. I'm trying to see whether out of the video yet been holding off on that..
"jack hayes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Shirley love it. You know what I got to give credit to you for before you introduced me in? You've done something that nobody in the world has been able to do with our guy. You've been able to hold. Ryan Hollins accountable for his words done that America. So I'm going to say how did he get you to be held accountable for the crap that you got there and say you said to free interviews? I can't believe you got one and he's gonna get all ten. Absolutely. Absolutely. This is to tomorrow's three. We might skip the draft. Maybe call them to the draft show to see what he's doing. I love I love right holiday. I think Ryan says stuff and he gets off into I can't believe I just said that. Yeah. I can't believe I even just said that he was arguing with shack today. I saw that. Now, here's the thing that I wish got more run the fact that he picked the twenty fifteen twenty sixteen calves as the second best team of all time. I saw argue LeBron Jay and all that stuff to your Buna face. You can't be the clear cut winter, what I tell you makes you a clear, cut loser is, when you say the Cavs of twenty fifteen twenty sixteen second greatest team of all time. It's. Suspension worthy. To be suspended for ten days. Worse, if Machado loses a day for the for the phantom chess book, take here for ten days and give me his paycheck. I want you to pay joy corden studio would be Jonathan hood on ESPN ESPN app. So I look at this draft. And this is the first time that you have talked about this. I see that the top three but I need your help as far as four through ten because I can hear from those that are on the inside and our experts ESPN that some teams are in the top ten what may wanna go down? They see value at the bottom of the draft in the first round in high second. How do you see after Barrett Miranda Williamson, how do you see four through ten in the draft? I think people think the Knicks are crazy. And for good reason, the Knicks at three for good reason for other decisions at the Knicks have made. But for them to say they want to do their due diligence, and not to say, for sure, they're gonna take RJ, who most likely would be at three says to me, the Knicks are on is something that the nation doesn't seem to be catching up with not as a fact that dairies garland was believed to be the best point guard coming into this college season. There's garland. Played five games Vanderbilt this season due to an injury. Job, Moran got all the shine deservedly. So he seems like to me a generational talent. He seems like he's kind of good people believe, Darius garland was as good or better. Jonathan Cavani had this guy. Pegged as the guy, the point guard position forgotten bucks. Use incher. He feels to me like watching Damian Lillard he feels to me like an immediate impact guy. He's a guy that's now jumped Jerry Culver. And a lot of these mantras is the fourth pick, I think people are starting to come around on. Hey, maybe this isn't a three-man draft. Maybe Darius garland. Is that I'll tell you, I'll tell you what the bulls are a team that is really being aggressive. They're both front office that has been trying to figure out who they are trying to figure out Denney for that franchise there, another team. It says we want to go out to four and I think it's because people are falling in love with Darius, garland, rightfully so. I think this guy can you call it onto the radar if he's projected five or six, that's not a fair term. But what I do know is everyone thinks RJ Barrett. It's, it's nothing is wrong, a veteran point guard versus a young rookie point guard. That's the way if you're the bulls, right. Because it's very clear. John Paxson said without saying that he was not a big fan of Chris done. He doesn't think that Chris done is the lead guard for the future for this team. That's fine. But I need you to be able to identify who that is like, are you scared of pet Bev too much during the few nails to west side for you to while while for you can't shoot? Okay. I lay out right there with you. I like the dirt underneath I like the west side flavor. I like a guy who's ready to man up and get up in anybody on it anytime. That's the guy that's going to help a locker room like the bulls locker. Just what she could shoot a little bit more. Thing I would could shoot a little bit more and dares possesses that their franchise needs to go to point guard, and there's point guards in his trip to tell you that what I like Kobe white covered a lot of North Carolina this year did a lot of their games love. Kobe white, another guy that people aren't talking enough about. But when you did mention it. I didn't answer the question very amateur of me. When you talk about the lower end of the draft, which is having a conversation. We're just chopping hanging with friends tons, Rome. Jerome is a guy that nobody seems to love because he don't jump the highest. He doesn't move laterally. He's not gonna win in the sprint. He may not have bearish you with the crossover and get into lane like that. But he can do that tied. You're wrong to me as a guy that's going to have a long career in this league. And I'm telling you day one impact on a franchise that people got him in the lower end of the first round. That's, that's great value. And he's a winner out, you, there you go Felix right there. Here's your Jerome cut for them. And right there. They get clean out. Have mastered the sound bite. With me John hood, on ESPN, one thousand the cannot okay. So Cam, reddish thumbs up in the middle down. It's, it's, it's a hard one and there's, there's two ways you can look at this. I watched a guy who struggled to produce alongside the first pick of the draft and third pick of the draft. If you can't get cooking. When you're playing two megastars like that. And the defense of attention is going to go on those caliber talents to plan your out there. It's open gym just taking shots because you're wide open, and you still can't shoot at a high percentage and produce consistently fifteen sixteen points a game that's problematic. Because if you can't score like that one, can you score? And for a guy that came in with that kind of. Highly touted as highly touted as the rest of them, almost and just never really found his group. Now, the side of that is, it's hard to keep up with guys of that, caliber, Zion, an RJ ball Dominic guys. They're getting theirs. What do I find my footing? I've gone from being the megastar everywhere I played to being a distinctly third fiddle, and that probably hurt him a little bit. I would just like to see a guy who's getting that cleaner. Look still knocked out at a more impressive clip from three. He's built as three and d guy I didn't see enough DNC three. So for guy to go as high as he's projected, which could be as high as into the top five. Maybe. I wouldn't feel comfortable with it. I don't like to take him at seven. I don't I'm not gonna tell a kid to stay in school. But boy, if you need more seasoning away from Zion and away from RJ Barrett. It'd be him to see what he can do as the man, you'd wanna prove that, right? But you're also going to you're also going to be getting paid top ten money. I get we, we both get that one, right? Yeah. I just I don't know what he is. That's why came to, you know, I don't know what he is in the next level and this out since you're gonna get from me on this one. I don't know. I know what the scenarios just lay in front of you. And I lean towards if he can't get it alongside those two guys all season I don't feel comfortable that he's really going to get it but he's young and he could evolve and jump shot is pure to watch. He's got pure mechanics. It's a pretty sight. He's long lean and he's got lettuces them, so it screams three the and, and that is something that you want to put on your team to build. I just I thought I'd see more but it was only one year one year. Yeah. Is to be able to terminate. I I'm looking at some of these other names, I wanna ask you about some other one. Okay. So am trying to find because I saw majority of your games try to find some ACC. Love in here. The Andre hunters wanted people like, yeah, you covered him. I like him a lot. I wish us more fluid athlete in the one on one. He was forced to do a little bit more one on one this year. And he did show growth there. I don't think it's as fluid as it needs to be. But he's a sound defender got a lot of spots floor. He's a good stretchy out shooter. He played much different places on the floor. And to me, that's very appealing this era, versatility and interchangeable pieces. The hundred possesses that he's a concert professional, he was asked to lead that team. And he did all the way to an actual championship. So he you show, the evolution when it was most needed things like you like Jackson Hayes Jackson as from a hometown Cincinnati guy explosive athlete comes from a family of athletes. Very raw incredibly raw six eleven four or five freshman from Texas. Rim runner changes ends beautifully shot blocker high level, athleticism. He's not a guy that's got to be the rookie of the year. NBA's not gonna put up those kind of numbers but he he compliment a roster. And in a fourth fifth piece beautifully. He's a guy that knows his role and he's a guy that I think can develop a jumper. And if he does that can really turn into something seen a lot of Jackson as a draft, I guess my point in years, prior elite athletes that are long lean and change ins well, show me will give me a little bit more to sell me on why you should distinguish yourself amongst the rest in my big I need three point shooting. I need to be able to get to the basket, I need to get rebounding need to have some intangibles here because you love your God. It could be able to. The the ball to the basket. Back to the basket around the rim. I want him to show I want some of these big show me a little bit more. So you ain't tracks Trafton Jack's Hayes. Yeah. Yeah. You want more boxes to be checked that my opinion are check quite yet. But again, he's one of those incredibly young pieces Bruno Fernando, I've had a choice to watch brutal, you know, working out here in Chicago, too. He's a specimen, but I just feel like he lacks it, he's a brute, but he doesn't have enough to watch him. His workout wasn't press this. I'm talking about man..
"jack hayes" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Live action of ageism where you only hire people that are in their twenties and thirties because those people have the the pulse of the and I have the exact opposite of point of view. I revere people who are really experienced and and have seen a lot and tried a lot. So I hire them. And sometimes I'm surprised that they're available because don't you know, what this person did he did this this this and this and they're still sharp? You know, why, you know, so, and I think that that comes courtesy of working with those guys when I was a teenager because they were at the absolute height of their powers, and they were still not satisfied with their work which made a big impression on me. Now, you which is funny just a little tangent. But your collaborator brilliant composer. Michael J Aquino feels the same way about music. That's right. And he hires the oldest musicians in to me had Jack Hayes who's one of the oldest arrangers. He's no longer with us. But he had worked on stuff in the fifties. And all this stuff. He he arranged several numbers in incredible. And Michael gave him the cues to save. Let's see what you do. And he kind of cast it because he knew what Jack Hays did. And there is. Yeah. I absolutely share that with Jackie. No. We have absolute reverence for the masters, and, you know, be they male female, whatever. Yeah. If they've worked on a great body of work. We can't wait to work with them. You know, he's you work with ward Kimball at all I did I took drawing classes from ward Kimball at Disney, and and it was on the stage that you record on. So we, you know, I regularly record on that stage stage be you know, it. Yeah. In fact, you've shot. The video stuff, right? But anyway, that's a legendary recording studio because all of these great films. You know, Peggy Lee's song, he's a tramp in their Louis prima. Did I wanna be like you in this room? All this stuff has been recording this room, but they taught a drawing class back in there. And when I when when I was in animator there and ward Kimball taught the class. So I loved ward mostly because he looked like an animated character. Yes. He looked like some sort of cartoon and has a kid that was like the most entertaining thing in the world. And he was always wanted to poor little, you know, vinegar on any Abdellatif for Disney. You know, he would say to us, you know, waltz dead, and you missed it. And you know, we'd go. That hurts. But but what he was trying to say is just seize the moment that you have don't just stare at our stuff..
"jack hayes" Discussed on KTRH
"Business. Jay curry. And we're back. Hello, texas. Welcome back to Texas business radio. We got a great program going today. Matt had to step out for this segment. He'll be right back for the next one. And we have a very special guest. But before we get started. Let me remind you to go to Texas business radio. Everything we do is. They're all of our guest or videos of all of our speakers, all of our sponsors, you name it. It's all there and beautiful. High definition, Texas business radio dot com. We also have a twenty four hour call in you can call us anytime twenty four hours a day. We really don't care. We'll get the answers for you. And we will get it on the air that number is eight four four eight one four eight one four four. All right. We also monitor hashtag PBR's in Texas business radio. You want to send us a tweet hashtag TB are. And we're ready to get started. Again, we. We have a special guest Jack Hayes is president of the bus barn of Texas. And we are talking about getting down and building a business. Right. Yes, sir. So tell me Jack, first of all thank you for coming on the program. Thank you for having me. And what the heck is best barn of Texas. What do you do? Well, we we sell use school buses and daycare buses. Been doing that since two thousand seven the working on the buses says nineteen eighty two. Wow. So you're the specialist when it comes to the bus. Well, we'd like to think so so I'm I'm thinking of the big yellow school buses, but you were talking about the daycares at a spectral, well, the daycares carry anywhere from fourteen to thirty two passengers we deal mainly in the fourteen passenger because they're non CDL. Daycares like those. So you're getting them used I presume from. Well, we get them used from for a school school districts in go transportation companies individuals wherever they come up for sale show. You're part of the big part of your business is trying to know what's going and have people out there. You you mentioned you had somebody wanting Kentucky or someplace. Yeah. Taylor bus sales were affiliated with them. So when they they keep you up to date on what's going on there. And then you pretty much know what's going on in Texas. And and how is that is that is it published in the independent school districts put out a notice or you just know that that commoner how how how's that work? Well, they'll send out notices whether it's a sealed bid or if it's an auction coming up and auction companies will. If the auction has been turned over to them, they'll they'll contact us. Let us know. So you're on some kind of. Yes, all the school district's now that and why would they shall I mean, I I can understand it have a wreck or they might have one. That's just a clunker. But. To provide you with very many buses, correct? Yeah. And you don't want to spend all your time working on them. But we go out and check every bus that we buy. And they sell off the older equipment. They sell off buses that after they reach a certain age. They'll get rid of right? You also mentioned sometimes the independent school districts have their own they buy their own buses, and then sometimes in Texas, at least there are companies that specialize night maintain the buses, and they rent them then to the school district. So that the school district has no liability on that Chris. Yeah. Out of state. A lot of them. A lot of them are. By these. Independent transportation companies. All right. Okay. And then and then like Louisiana the drivers themselves on the buses. Oh, really creek. So every state's different every state's different. Wow. Part of your big deal though. Is you got to get out? And you gotta you gotta know what's going on every place, and you gotta get on that list. Correct. And then okay. So you you buy a bus comes in are they usually in pretty good shape or the, squirrel. Like, I said most most of the buses that we look ahead or all on. I look at are going to be in good shape, or we don't buy them. Not to say, there's not some things that are wrong with them. But we try to minimize that. So we don't spend all our time having to work on them and spend a lot of money on. But we do get them all all up and running in good shape. So that the customers won't have a problem with them. So there's a lot of things people are doing with these you're selling them, Dan, though to what you saw them to individuals to daycare. You're not selling them back to the schools. Sometimes we sell them back to the schools if they have an accident or there. Have a bus at broke down that they can't fix they'll buy one back because until they get funding for a new bus. So when when we were talking talking to Matt about you coming on, and we were looking at your website, and he got all excited about what you could do these things are as I mean, it's pretty amazing what you can do with the buses are pretty good size there. Good size built sturdy as long as they're not rusted out and Texas buses unless they're down on the Gulf Coast. They're they're real good shape. You probably don't buy down that. Right. Correct. So so tell me a little bit about how the industry's changing from the point of view, you're having to deal with independent school districts and never product. They're required by law for there's a lot of regulations and things get involved in that house that impact you, and how's that changed? Well, the main thing is the emissions that they're they're putting on. Buses now, and the more they put on a day, Seoul, the worse. It's going to be some of the schools are getting rid of the newer buses because they're having so many problems with keeping them running. And so we there are certain buses that will stay away from and that is certain manufacturers sort. Yeah. Okay. Because if they're putting a lot of electronic if if the laws telling them, they have to have this, you know, they're all going to have. Yeah, they're going have it you take it off. Then because it becomes a problem has got to be left. If you're selling it to say, somebody per an RV. It could have it or not have or is it is a requirement that it's it's not that it's being used as a school bus emissions vehicle emission type stuff the mission stuff. That's that's you can't mess with that. You sell them to churches, you sell daycare. You sound people that want to turn them into arby's people tournament of food trucks concession stands. You name it more mobile retail stores. Boutiques? It's it's amazing. What they come up with. Now, you're located where in northwest Houston area northwest. She used to write off the to ninety and Hofmeister on Hempstead road, just west of Hofmeister, and you have at any time what twenty five thirty twenty five thirty buses on the lot. And they'd given time. Do they all look? The same as I did they look like school bus school bus. Okay. Used to do the painting. But I'm getting too old for that. Folks, we've been talking to Jack is president of bus barn of Texas. Very interesting business, very unique business and congratulations on turning this into success. You've been doing this for how long ten ten years just. On the dealership for ten years of it. But in the industry for since eighty two since eighty two been awhile. Thank you very much for joining us. Folks. We're going to have to take a bright. We got a few bills. We have to pay ourselves and we'll get back into the studio. So.
"jack hayes" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"Because we watch more than wwe yeah no no of course i know and w w east eight much like the night it was a monday night several years ago god only like seven years ago now seven or eight years ago as monday night and i thought what do i feel like doing sitting in my apartment in brooklyn i'm like do i go to whiplash i go show my face that whiplash why watch monday night raw i said to myself you know what i'm going to stay home going to watch raw because something might happen and you know what happened see 'em punk laid out john cena and then sat down on the stage and cut probably the greatest promo in the last ten years you know we'll funny bring that name up oh boy here we go here we heard but see 'em peng letter rip is gonna be at all in probably main eventing all in if the internet he's gonna be wrestling all in he's all am pong versus all in hashtag metoo all in time's up and he is going to main event it's supposed to be him and broke his clay this what i was reading yeah him and protus clay main eventing no be him in like titus chris masters no billy jack hayes can you can make you make we the peony kenny's elsewhere he's not going to be all in who who could kenny's all i don't think so is the on the card i believe kenny i think i'm pretty mega was announced his all in thought so he's also doing his own thing down in florida there you see that he's doing yeah.
"jack hayes" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Is it we talk on the program all the time about how businesses hate uncertainty in here you are a woman running a not small business literally looking uncertainty in the face saying yeah i don't know i don't know what are you gonna do the stock market's happy they're looking at the uncertainty and sang well we're going in the right direction because i think we have some things that are on the table that are very important how they leave the table is the uncertainty piece that people seem to be tolerating more and more i think just with this administration our ability front certainty is we're being stretched maybe were maturing i don't know but business hates uncertainty and yet look at the stock market do you think as the gop has promised that this is going to simplify your life in any way well if no one can answer what the tax codes gonna do because it's so confusing i can't see it simplifying in the short term will fewer tax brackets simplify the ability to handle taxes probably i think that once we get through it but we're talking about a thousand page bill so even if you are inclined to read it you wouldn't be well educated you're not at the table so what simple about that lisa goldenberg at diller steel we said thanks a lot with artesian you bet anytime the corporate tax cut got a big chunk of the attention as this bill was being written but you me in the family down the blocker all going to see some changes next year as well so we've been asking over the past couple of weeks what you want to know about what's going to happen we gathered up those questions off the marketplace's tracy samuelson and she has been chasing down some of the answers for us we're gonna be checking in with her a couple of times throughout show tackling those questions one by one starting right now a tracy hey guys parts are coming out of that a chat i just had with lisa goldenberg uh renew some questions about the corporate tax rate first up jack hayes uh he's in florida wants us to look back a little bit in the.