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"jared road" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"For danpilla. Take a little vacation to talk to you. Got a new number one in town on the dole so what came in the was the first time. The glee sashayed through that door this morning before action natural because krona always brings season two glee. Dvd's so yes. It was a friend of turned the corner heels. Go hey i think. I've never heard such jubilant southern throw this show is not about the show i think is honestly if you looked at the night. I think i've said this. Before the night that we played spitting chocolates and trivia before you went on the air. biz Whitney and ra were all breaking each other's balls and laughing having a good time. And it was me. Steve jared road just sitting there just waiting for the sheriff's staring straight ahead like this. Let's go we're not hearing you know. There's no ball break. The general mood lights on good to go lights off. I'm fucking don't be skipping in here and screaming. Hello was happy. We're happy for here. We're happy that. So i got a i talked to jerry so first of all i cry krylya essex. I like matt. I want to be part of the show in the future but if is a better opportunity. I'm not gonna get in the way. So i texted me yesterday. Madison berries jerry. The tax no really read the tax so buried. I didn't know to take this. But just in said what's the status of a you and the dog in chronic. Had no come well. I figured we'd bring it up on. The show aren't all right. I didn't know if it was more. Let me see for the any from jerry. I said and he said i talked to him last thursday and it was good. You know god okay. Do you mind you know i know. I do a good job for him but he might need someone earlier in their career than me who can risk upside risk interest. Someone who made understand have a type of career. That's not going anywhere like my sharpening nuts. Right right something like that. I'm not. I'm not sure we didn't get that far but i need to have another source of income and probably wouldn't be able to keep my car job. The amount of hours into the show that open to try and work through scenarios. And you observe show so i got the sense like it. Cool a cool response there from. Thanks but no thanks. Yeah at all. No i just. I know that i really want to do a good job for them. Which means that takes time and effort. I wouldn't just wanna coast. Put it up on our conversation thing. It was it was fun. Yes surviving kirk. I have no idea jerry where that you guys do. Very shows the lack of this show easy. No my point is he saying. Why didn't you hire them. Yes like well. That's not even doesn't make any sense as a question. No i think it does. I think it's okay interview question because he's saying well kirk saying you're so good. Yeah why are you why the answer is because it's totally different show. Yeah but i think it's a reasonable like what what didn't me. Yeah yeah. I think it's the jerry also entrust music. I think he i think he saw agent which she might be right. You might be who knows. I think ronald make that show very good. Make it very good. Continue to make a good sure. Yeah i haven't listened to yes. I'm also doing much chicken once in a while. I mean i. I think you'll be more engaged in it than davis was my guess because dave doesn't care how would wanna be like i couldn't. I couldn't just coast like davis doing. You're saying i'm saying couldn't coast. Okay so where so. When are you observing the show. He hasn't reached back out. So i don't even today. I know that i didn't even know if he was interested in told me Like go to his house and observed. No just i would probably be there for the show. Okay so what was the conversation like like. I said it was surreal. I mean just give me some words that he says. Moore's use as magical. It was magical no he. I mean he just asked me about my production skills. He asked me what i thought about. Show he talked about Yeah he's talked about what he does. He might change format a little bit. We talked a little. I gave them some ideas gossip. Nine hundred seventy two to see this.
"jared road" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"It was only a second turnover the game for all the time the ball's been in his hands. It was in a horrible place to bring it. He just got in a month. Too many trees and couldn't get himself out of trouble. He'll have another chance right now, and he has not come out of the game yet. Today we're 1 52 left. 66 65. Seton Hall. Harley brings it across mid court to David Johnson Johnson with it. Just on the basketball abortion of the big part of bird logo. This Lisinski to withers. They're trying to get it to Johnson down Low withers with Dr Ah, no Viagra and withers with the bucket and the cards. Go up. 1 67 66 with 1 27 left decision of Iago with four fouls, reluctant to challenge him. Reynolds with it, Mom move over. Olson looking in for road use those entities on him. Reynolds hasn't is gonna get a pic on Kevin Millar's gonna call time out with 109 left a 32nd time out. 109 left. It's hard 67 the pirates 66 way. Go back on that Texas Roadhouse playing the game and have another one. Well, that was a heck of a play. They're gonna have to write how rely on some of the baby birds here because as I was watching that Said. I'm gonna see what Kevin's gonna do here. They had trainers the freshman on Mama and I guarantee you it's somehow Kevin Willard is looking at a match up. It's saying we're gonna exploit that cause they got some kids on the floor. A Zhar da's. They're working as well as they played. There's still an experienced players against. They had dinner and a guy as there is in the Big East, and Mama hasn't disappointed if you're a pirate fan. 22 points 10 rebounds in the game eight of 16 shooting. We'll see what kind of matchup Chris comes up with here and who he's got out there defensively. How many freshmen does he have on the floor? He's got two. He's got Withers, the redshirt freshman trainer, and, you know, he said that all along, we're gonna have to play. These cuts are gonna have to play through it. It's gonna have to be baptism by fire. It's Samuel Williamson has just returned to the bench. He's got a right to injury foot in a boot. He's out for the rest of the day. It's seen Hall inbound with 109 left Molson. J. Mama guarded by DJ No jumper, No good. And look who's there. Carly Jones, with his 11th rebound off the night 18 points. 11 rebounds, six assists for Carly Jones and the cards have it with 52 seconds left. Chris Matt Coles. Out of play Carly. June. Swope to David Johnson. Almost stolen there by Mahmoud David Johnson a three pointer, no good trainer and he's gonna get trainer with foul. We're gonna get trainer with foul close klutzy on Chris Max part he put DJ fun. Mama out of that time out, and he did a good job on him forced him to shoot the perimeter shot. And I guessed DJ somewhere, try and win this thing by at both ends and Mr three, and they got training for the foul on the rebound. Replay. Their crowd didn't like Jared Road. I'm gonna head to the free throw line for two shots rodent to for three from the line. Today, he makes the first one to tie it up. 40.1 seconds left, he said. Somebody's gonna have to make a play down the stretch. It's exactly what we talked about during halftime break, and that's the kind of game it's been. Somebody in the white jerseys can make a play. Rodent makes the second Seton Hall up 68 67 with 40 seconds left and little was going to call a time out. That's it. He's out. He is out of timeouts in the cards again Gonna share all up here. You have to think it goes through Carly Jones of someone, and I'm a little surprised that David Johnson pulled that three. The last time he was open, and he just made a terrific defensive play. Sometimes the moment carries you along if he makes it look like a genius, but unfortunately now they're gonna have to make one more plate. The offensive end trying to overcome the first Bill Murray. It is believable. It was crazy, but let's see if they could get it done. And you're right. Dancing your question. It's gotta be somehow car leaks involved, whether he's the trigger man or they rotate him up to the top, But you do have some weapons release. A Zetina points. Stravinsky's got 10 witnesses 11 now, Davis says 11. But Davis has found that of course, But Johnson is another guy, even though he just missed that three. He's a tremendous threat also. So see what he draws up here. David Johnson, just four of 10 from the field, Louisville, 24 56 17 22 from the line. With a big fella is playing one man zone in the back. They're gonna play 23 Zone here. Yes, they are gonna trap with it traps. Carly's with it to Withers. Whether it's with it, JJ trainer goes in Obeah Goon Blocked trader stays with it. They were 22 seconds left JJ trainers first bucket of the game. What's the cards up? 69 68. How can they get it done on the defensive end on again? Trainer is on, Mama. Wow, Heaven's gonna take a time out his last one. I'm not sure I would have maybe going on and done that. With 12. Seconds left. JJ trainer has put the car It's ahead. 69 68 12 seconds left. No time outs left on either side. The cards with the lead 69 68. This has been a barnburner terrific game for so early in the year on what a great job by Carly's Jones. That was another. I know. I keep quoting you Put Kevin obviously very influenced by Rick Pitino. That's a Rick Pitino special out of a time out, you show to three zone and then you go blitz somebody and they blitz car leak and he did a great job. Keep In the dribble alive, splitting the double team getting into the middle of the Florida winners on then withers able to find trainer who missed the first shot. Great effort by. I guess it was Oh, Biagi to challenge the shot without fouling, and yet with a trainer stayed with it made the follow shot and that's how we get the 69 68. All right. So you've got Seton Hall ball here. I would imagine something given the last time. Don't you think David Johnson will guard? I did. Andro. Mama. Hello. Officially, I would think that that's exactly Chris is talking about that to your point. That's one of the things when you call time out. You let the other guy online his defense, but I think of Kevin looked at his line up and said, I don't think they're gonna take the ball when I wanted to go, So I'm gonna make sure Luke is very late getting out of that. No, but let's see what they do. Yeah, it's Mama. Groovy Chalet. Rodan Reynolds. Oh, Biagi and Molson J going right back to Mama. Yes, he is. 65 Johnson on the 6 11 Big body. Mahmoud switch Reynolds. Mama gets it. Challenges. No shot. Oh, beyond you know, shot a third shot. JJ trainer comes down with a little emotion. Maybe not want to slam the ball. I gotta be careful, Dude. JJ trainer is going to go to the line for two shots. Molson missed the shot..
"jared road" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"Every x fat. That's good all right. So i might style gone. Quit subic night don. Gill gone first of all. Just you're feeling a miles allen draft. Wh what are you hearing that. He's an incredible incredible man. Yeah you know what I everything we've talked to everybody. We've talked to Everyone's really excited about him. Just because he's one of those guys you can put especially on an nba court with the amount of spacing that the nba has now He's one of those guys you can put on the court and he's only going to help spacing and with the premium on the three point shot in guys that can knock it down. You know. he's well those guys if you put on a team that has a superstar to you can put them in the corner. He's gonna help create space. Got it makes shot. So now he he do that. What he's a phenomenal. Team mate He's phenomenal person. It'd be great for an organization so you know everything we've heard late first round early second round. You know it's been. It's been hard for these guys in the draft. I feel bad for 'cause they're going crazy 'cause they've just been by themselves working out but we're we're excited. It's only a week away now. Set always says. Got the coaches out of gonna be even keeled all that kind of stuff. We're going to have the most success in these weird times. How much are you and your staff monitor. Out of monitoring's the right word but paying attention to and i'm being literal here literally where kids go when they're away from your program. Oh yeah dan i mean. I think it's something that You know i. I think you have to be really careful with how much you monitor them. You still have to make sure that they are. They have their personal space away from the game away from you but i think what we really tried to do is educate our guys about where where probably you. We shouldn't be and where we shouldn't go. I think you know. We've been back into jim since july twentieth. And we've taken you know three test two weeks in july We haven't had a positive. And i think what we've tried to do more than anything or team. Doctor trainer myself is just educate our our guys about where the likelihood of that you could catch this virus. I mean obviously the virus. You can catch anywhere but our guys have been really good about staying away from certain areas and certain parties or places on. They've been very focused on getting back and playing basketball. I think that's something that If you talk to every college player they just want to get back and play games. And so i think they're all taking this responsibility to understand. You know what a positive test does. So they've been great and it's just continue education. Continue to remind them. But i also don't want them living in a bubble where they're not enjoying themselves or their friends Because it's it. This isn't something that you have to hide your room for you boy. It is a difficult balance there. About how you guys. So you lose miles you lose gil absent mcknight. Who is a terrific defender. Where are you guys right now. Where where's the health of your team. Where's the physical health. The mental health our role starting to be defined. I mean where's your team right now. You have been with them for a while. I think you know you something coach about mental health and that was obviously when when we all got lockdown in march and everybody got sent home the first month i think the guys were really good But as this as a drag don My president was phenomenal. My and my team doctors were great and understanding that you know for me getting them back on campus was nothing more than two seven them mentally to get back with something normal and When we got back in july twentieth. I mean we didn't do any team stuff and we hardly did any basketball stuff because they were so d- trained but for the most part. I really focused on their mental health. Getting them in a good spot talking about some of the social issues that were going on really just trying to get them to kind of get back into a normal rhythm. And as i moved into september we started picking up basketball wise and and like where my teams that they are. I think they all understand that. There's a great opportunity you know. I think they understand miles. Twenty four shot game. So there's there's a lot of shots coming down the pipeline. And there's a great opportunity for guys step up and i love guys like standard jared road and i think is going to be you know going to have a monster breakout year miles. Kale has finally as a chance. Not just having to be a great defender but having a chance to play lafon. So i think guys are excited about the roles that they have And there's some guys are going to step up. I think you're gonna really shock a lot of people. I saw john ralston. The other day said that bryce atkins isn't it in isn't play isn't doing is is not been cleared What what are your expectations for him. So you know obviously we were really excited to have price But you know he's kinda come off with you know career where he's he's battled. Some injury so You know what we've done with. Bryce is really focused. More on just getting his body as healthy as possible. through better nutrition strengthening You know medical care you know. Just making sure that we're giving him everything. He needs to get his body. You know now into this year before his career one hundred percent so we've taken a really slow with him. He's been doing individual workouts every day. He works already. Does dummy offense. He goes dummy defense You know he probably could have been cleared by now. But i don't think it's more on my side. That i just think this is a young man understands the game. He's gonna understand what we're trying to do it for me. It's more about just getting them to the starting line and getting them to the finish line. There's just giving him the practice so i think he's looking good. Will he be available for the opener. I'm not sure about that yet. And talking of openers. Like how the schedule i mean. Obviously it's bounced around a lot. Where we're we're you out with it. And i know it's a blank show as you call it. Are you close to it up or is it a kind of no. I mean i you know. We're starting with winter up in louisville downloadable to really tough games to start and we come home. We played baylor at home. I know a tough one. We go at Rhode island which is another tough one at penn state which is a tough one and then we play wagner and then i'm always scheduling six because the rutgers game i just didn't you know because of the big The big ten. Acc challenge eight overpaid chunk of their week. we're going to try to.
"jared road" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"He's supposed to have fun. He got married. Beautiful girl goes if if he wants to get married they call it the off season. What did you do? I just got fat my my after my first year I laid around you know I I wouldn't do no commercials you they weren't doing that. I back in those days man. I just relaxed. I gotta say I relaxed. I enjoyed my off season. I didn't work out for four months. I started working out by a month month before yeah now. That was the two thousand dollars I came back that year. I remember to two thousand. I started working at like three weeks before got in shape and you're not you're a running pack player quarterbacks. There's a lot more gosh so what so what are we supposed to be doing this. Let me look at this book Michael You say boy. He must have studied too much you why he why ceiling until you watch Lamar Jackson plan looks like he was headed head that playbook first of all you no. This is the second year I mean the second year and one thing about the national football. Everybody has a tendency to catch up to you and it's only two games in the season's not over were you. You Act like this over so give him a shot. This an I gotta tell you something Aaron. Donald doesn't have a sack Todd Gurley and I love him and not the same dude you know that offensive line is old the rams don't look as dynamic Aaron. DONALD SACK will force. We look. We didn't look dynamic. MUKTA louder you reporters you include last year breath like the last six golden rams. They're not going to make the real issue now. Sitting regular shocked rams got in Aaron down. Not having a sack is not shocking. First of all Erin down has really changed the way that people look at his position. He's an interior linemen and it's a lot goes on that interior line if you if you talked to any if you talk to talk to him he was in Zona so he knows Aaron Dong. They saw him twice. Icu knows what he can do. If you think that the Cleveland Browns want telling the Office of land look we're going to double Aaron down. That's what they do when they stop doubling Aaron Dong dinge. You have to worry about it but right now. He's the best player in football if you are you don't WanNa come the best calling the in the top three players in football but most definitely the best defensive Lineman in the game and guy you have to do not worried about girl. You're not worried about jared road and I'm not worried about todd because you know I think this is what I've heard. They're trying to do with todd because he was. I guess the most used back in the last two years and the ridiculous okay okay so you know it's almost like did myself and Craig James In College. You know they only going by rotation like if I'm if I started game if I have a fourteen play drive. What is my fourteen plays in the next guy when he comes he has a six play drive? Those plays then then you up. I've gotTa say you WanNa play as a running back most definitely but when I came into the National Football League I had no injuries I had no surgeries. I had no problems I I was injury free so they're trying to say todd and I know is a back. You don't want that but they're trying to help him to help him. Will he already got his money's money. You WanNA play. I mean you you you you. You do want to play Jared Goff on the road. The jazz still a young young unquote. You still a young quarterback I mean it was his fourth year. He's still considered a young quarterback and he's in Los Angeles. He's in he's in. La So it's GonNa be in the Super Bowl last year no one thing he might not not play well on the road all the time but the thing is we win is about winning. a lot of people are upset the way it was handled with Eli Manning but when you draft a quarterback six and you see all the young quarterbacks working you're going to play him and frankly the highest paid player in NFL history they have they have went out and helped him with offensive you guys I think they've handled Eli listen. I said this earlier men are good at pickup lines. We're not good at breaking up right okay. We're not good added ending relationships even with our quarterbacks like it's bumpy. It's okay. This is how it ends right must football's. We you know we all get old except Tom Brady. I we all. We all get oh you know. I'll say this much Tom Brady when when it happens for him. He's earned the right playing in nine super bowls winning six of them. He's earned that right to. I know I know Tom. Pop won't linger around two or three years. He's earned that right Eli. It's been so long since Eli one Suppo People Forget. It's they way they want to know. What have you done for me not lately yet today? What have you done for me today? Ally he did too one came that Kurt was that he was starting quarterback. Kurt hurt getting older thought allies a young guy. They just draft him. Let's put ally and even Kurt wouldn't play the superbowl. He didn't win in Arizona but father father time loses loses. No he loses no races. He wins them. All you know I I wanNA throw some stats on for you okay. Why don't you let the Eric Dickerson Hall of Famer so I'm not awesome stats Lamar Baker same division now okay Lamar's eight and one is a starter Baker seven eight touchdown interceptions all touchdowns count Lamar eighteen three picks baker twenty nine eighteen passer rating Lamar advantage at athletic ability Lamar by the way that's with Baker having a better running back Nick Chub and to better receivers? OBGYN Jarvis Landry. Are we sure bakers better than Lamar Jackson listen. I'm not I don't have an opinion. I'm saying that the number stuff the fact stuff are we sure bakers better than Lamar through one guy started fifteen games one nine. I mean okay okay. I'm looking at all those. That's the fact stuff okay. Are we sure guy and the rights better than guy on the left we we can't say either. The is is there are over there. Well Daddy come on. That's like no you have to ask that look part of in the middle of their career there in the beginning stages of career both of these guys. What are your I tell you I like Baker? I like back. I like Lamar. I like both I like. Both guys look one thing about Baker. Baker has has an all of a sudden. He's got Oh. BJ Now has landry he has he has a he has a better coach. off the line night great defense but any as a running back back you know all of a sudden they expect him to just be like Tom Brady or or I mean jared Goff they. They want him to be that guy. These are two young quarterbacks. I mean all right when when Lamar Jackson drops off now because he's drop off it happens he's not going to do. He's not gonna go for five hundred yards into the game. He didn't have the dolphins on his right. So so it happen I mean you. You're going to have the football you have these Mo- you have like this. It's up and down up all of a sudden we all we love him. He's a great novels are well. You know what he doesn't look the same all of a sudden you know he's not throwing the same you know you had three interceptions you know those innocent and that he had in that first game Baker Mayfield he's trying to make something happen and also to defend him. He was under duress exact Hennessy's defensive line overwhelmed Cleveland's offense of people think Iowa's bang on Baker. I came on the air joy was here. I didn't blame him in week one. I thought they were outcoached. Eighteen eighteen penalties are the Cleveland browns offensive line stinks. I didn't blame Baker for week. One I do think last week he didn't play well. He didn't play well but you know the big thing is not sometimes I plan was if you win and let me tell you this week. He's going to be an address again. Cleveland does not have a good offense they do not. We're going to put pressure on. I mean Wade Phillips. Give me some looks and and they have he has to get rid of Bob Fast for me. Hold on to it so we can sack. I mean I want us to win by the way Green Bay has been a little choppy offensively with a new coach. Go back to your career Vince Ferragamo Domino's a quarterback and then you had jeff George when you get a new coordinator. You were a running back so your job was mostly Eric. Go be great but quarterbacks have audible. They've gotTa Know How long should we give a team with a new coordinator or a new coach Freddie Kitchens Matla Fluor seven games eighth Thanksgiving when you were there you had new guy now. Sometimes it takes a year. I mean I know it. I mean you know they don't want that anymore. They want to happen overnight. Blacks and other game is all about throwing the football points but sometimes it takes a you. You have to get used to him. You got to get used his calls yet to get used to you. The running back has to get used to the office of line. The the the different plays run sometimes the two four six eight holders on the right. What another coach the two four six flipped around so you have to get used to? Everything is different so you know I know I mean an rise a great quarterback but you have to give him some time I mean you really do. I mean I just I just believe that sometimes it happens fast and sometimes it doesn't Eric Dickerson a hall of Famer foxsports. NFL analyst good seeing you as always it's Thursday night game tonight kind of crappy Texans. Excuse me tighten jags. I'll take the I don't know who take the tech from Texas Titans right and by the way discover miles card check it.
"jared road" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast
"That's that's the reward is like how graded fuels yeah which is kind of what like during that time period like i was saying like the pioneer for vera lean that that record like it was very much so all of the reward came from how it felt being. You know like it's like it was like kind of regardless of mike how the music turned out. It was like if fell like it was like that's what you needed to like. Feel like you're really gonna ban ki-moon exist and that was how do you feel about like have you listen to the record back just as a fan yeah listen. I did recently a couple months ago. It's cool because it's all over the place you sound. You know what's so crazy i have it's like when things that are really important to you like there was like a certain at least for me is like there's a certain <hes> <hes> the vision you have of nostalgia that like if you pass by this this zone that thing pops your brad and going from seventh avenue to my house. Was your rogers going going under the bridge. I feel that you do what you going from light to dark for a second and then back at under a bridge because i get those kind of feelings pogo under a specific little tunnel in boston also that i feel like it's like went back in time for a second to get another time that i went through that tunnel. Is that what you're saying would type thing or not having to drive or that or like that would be the take home and have this feeling like hearing. Some of the songs transcend their. It was funny because the last time i listened to yeah one of the songs came up like a playlist or something like as it happens like that's really weird. Sometimes that's so spooky stuff back. I felt like i was kind of surprising able to make it sound. I think about it now gannon like oh man if i could i do that now or never take off. It's like yeah you could it but it's just like you do a when. I was listening back. Oh the oh i mean it's a big i i get good well. It's been many times when rick marketing the record. I forgot about who recorded it. I forgot about how you guys made the record collectively between between the three of you guys. I forgot about it. The way that we really forgotten came out like dirt up through rising alex. Did oh my god yeah. Uh there was very little edits. I feel like he just had no. It felt really really good as felt true to what it yeah what it was because we didn't want it to be over like the polish mixing mastering stage colonel it hasn't it hasn't gum. Nothing's too harsh reprimand vital. If you'll ask from shannon chand to burn the bones that i was gonna say like other of the <hes> the i was gonna say like a baby sky blue sort of like a sweater thing white swirl around this world came world. You know talking talking. I was like figure came out that like even before we had. This conversation was like you guys all doing this together. It was like twenty three like was meant to kind of be away slowly early and i think like the community the element of it where creativity was like more important than anything else more than radio success or giant tours yours or whatever the community coming together like people would fans could feel the energy behind that specific specific records which i think is so fucking important and i think people can actually feel your guys like touched on all which i think is like really beautiful and it's way more personal that way too you know you're not playing the whole big song and dance thing would say on the radio stuff like that like all that doesn't matter when this is as cool as it. Is you know what i mean that. She doesn't matter when you have people that really love what you do in life. That's all that fucking matters. You know it doesn't matter if you play madison square garden like you could play webster hall rest of your life was the most loyal fan base and satisfied with it yeah bed back to like their visual topic of saying why we stopped working together and stuff. I think like having maybe downside to certain elements of it as far as like becoming a reunited success level artists but i think i've been so you know like ingrained with the idea of like the idea of building a culture and a community that is so like intense and beautiful and like really really focusing on fans. I more than anything else we always know like. He really is always like a huge disconnect. We went through moments of the main or even when we with you guys were with the rockets. Were doing things like more like outside focus of like are we need to get these six guys in a room at a radio station to be excited about us. Versus like the millions of people that will listen to a band. There's millions of people like let's put more than the way that they feel about. Mm this art that you create is far more important than a couple of plays on some radio stations that was a girl told me tonight in the meet and greet that i there was a girl there that told me that i saved her. Life in joe even was like holy shit like she walked away and i was like that's like heavy connects. You told me about her. Mom died like years two years ago in that hurt listening to music like helped her through that she's like you were there when my mom wasn't and i was like oh my my god. Are you kidding me. You know she'll be joe. Where actually kind of talking about that just decides that i like people i feel like music is something i'm just not just music but being created creating any form art you know what i mean. It's very therapeutic for not only the songwriter like for the person listening to it or the artist painted pitcher because they have run a bad mood and that's what they go to to get out of their bad mood and it's like where we are in the world in two thousand nineteen. We need more. I think to create more love. We need more art and i need to be more creative. Can you feel the can you feel about it. You can feel the energy around the song that was meant men like you've been those karate sessions where you feel like this is meant to successful song versus like this is meant to be a song that is trying to write hits. You guys national when you right when you write that somebody's on a piano that touches you so much that you know it's going to touch somebody somebody. Even if there's one person or one million people are a billion people like doesn't matter is about the idea that like it feels so good to you. That feels like it's been that way to do it. It didn't they. They don't just read self. Do i write songs for the personal things but i like that. Same thing is like. I also have that in the back of my mind. Somebody else's going to listen to this. Maybe they went to the same thing like if one hundred percent yeah it's just bad taste of with you guys with all those like when you were kind of forced to go right. You know what i mean like why those records domiant force yourself. You're selling ling product that you don't believe in yourself with their stuff in in those that like ours are like it's like it's only inside you like john jared road that dude but like i love that song when my favorite song show and so if if if feels like the heart of john jerod i heard were in that then i feel it too because you know john writes all of our songs but i feel connected to it in. I i can have my little bit to it or i just just me feeling in all on lost n._b._a. N._b._a. like completely like touch in a deeper way in meeting. Maybe have more of the back story of other songs. Seasonings in my favorite songs joe very good job at writing songs that feel like he wrote them for. You and i feel that way as a main fan that every time this like sounds great but there was a tongue that tom pay quota remember you tossing around the making a black and white about reading like figure out what it was but of course get us to the course both boris it was raised some other idea about like writing these broader concepts everybody can feel there's eh some something like that yeah but then i feel like he has it goes moments but then also gets into these obscure lyrics retouched specific people which is why the fan base understands. There's more than other times grass radio friendly or whatever is because they're more obscure like interesting lyrics that people get because they've understood off like i'm like flowers on the grave like singing the about like exa specific name of creek in donors as like a very not but that doesn't have to be creek against sedona. That's someone listening to that. That's the creek in columbus ohio where they grew up in. They associated with that same boards passing lyric that feels real real to get to something that you guys have <hes> another night on mars rate in that's all i'm not an arizona boy. I grew up in boston celtics boston. You guys uh when i hear that song i have like nostalgia through. You guys and you know what i mean like. I feel like like for their hometown. Iran ah we're their friendship and they're like how they feel like. They're elliot's sometimes this this small group of friends to understand them. There's a thing to feel as i feel meeting a connection to that song and it's you know arizona very arizona theme but like i took vents my own thing is exactly what you're saying see. That's the up that song in particular. There's the opposite of what the tom pay thing returning splaying but pat understood right away but to me this is like welby again 'cause we'll obt always felt like a song to the magazine how low and you just literally are are close close friends. Who were there like back in singing this lyric garage that night and i wasn't even there but i just hear the story and i can. I can visualize it in psychology so specific but like that's important to us in. That was a briggs it today on three three thing because you know that that's what all was in power was like no. It's a the big thing. This is a big idea and i was like cool in. That's maybe the most important thing is that like that. Specific thing. You're bringing up is like our memory of seeing this random words in a garage and you're repeating it then it becomes a song right but it means so much to you. Obviously it's going to mean something to other people that can hear that. It's going to touch them in a way that you felt that energy in that room. It's going to translate to other people in their own way now. They're in their room of their best friends. Singing that song in a concert holding their best friend is you could. It's interesting that the correlation of the energy that you felt within that room is also translated energy that is projected within the crash beautiful like the same energy is created. That'd be completely different sense but that's that's the music radium creating art that you can touch somebody like you can sit and bitch and rant and rave.
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"Question for me. Go to Clark dot com slash ask. You wanna go on the air with me click that little box that says, yeah, I wanna talk to Clark. So our producer Kim is a longtime expert at buying everything in her life used. It's just something. She's always done, and she had been talking recently about how the the quality of us goods seems to be going way up then out of the blue. We had a post on our website. From a listener from Bonnie who said, hey, I want you to know that the quality of merchandise available. Is going way up at thrift stores and Bonnie was talking about the tie-in with this Japanese woman whose name I forget who does keep reading about never seen any of her stuff who. Talks about how you're supposed to simplify your life. Condo is her name. Yeah. Merie Kandari condo. And that people have really taken to this that a lot of people looking to reduce the voltage of their lives are taking to heart. Her suggestions, given in translated Japanese about how to simplify and declutter your life. It takes me back to something that was big in the United States about well more than a full generation ago. I guess late eighties early nineties that went under the name the simplicity movement. And the simplicity movement was all about de stressing your life getting off the hamster wheel not feeling like you had to have every last consumer good or consumer item will. Here. We're in a new era more than a generation later, and people are taking this to heart and a whole new way and decluttering. And the is serious de cauda ring, and I recently not even related to this. It's funny. I recently went through the clothes in my closet and found a lot of things that I hadn't worn in a good while and loaded them up and to plaque black plastic trash bags and drop them off at a goodwill collection center near our house. And poof, they were gone the worst part. I am. So embarrassed to tell you this. I think I need to go in one of those old Tony the tiger silhouette things. There are a couple of items that were brand new that had never been worn. Oh my goodness. I said it I've confessed I have confessed. And actually. So many people are into this right now that the quality of merchandise, you can find really really inexpensively at for profit thrift stores nonprofit thrift stores charitable organizations are much higher caliber with more selection. I've also heard on the bad side that some charities are being overrun with what they consider. I'll keep this clean with. They consider to be junk that they just have to send to a landfill that people cleaning out there clutter or taking some of the stuff they have that should go in the trash and instead shifting putting it in the dumpster to charity. Don't do that. Please don't do that. Diane is with us on the Clark Howard show. Hello, diane. How you doing? I'm doing good. How are you clerk? Great. Thank you. So diane. How does it feel to see hours of sunshine again today? It's really nice really nice. So share with your fellow listener where you live. I live in a small town north of Anchorage, Alaska, and what's it called when? No if I've been there Palmer up into Palmer. Yeah. We're the state fair is. I've been most anywhere that there's a road in Alaska, which means that been to like two percent of the state true. That's true. Well, my husband I moved out here when we were young and just love love being in Palmer. That's great. And winter doesn't get you down. You know, it doesn't we have snow machines. We right out in the snow all the time and enjoy the northern life and just really enjoy the cold when it's cold. You know, the cold that I enjoy is when the temperature drops below seventy degrees. Well, come up in the summer, then come back to the stuff. That's what I've been. Diane. How can I be of service to you? My husband. I we built our house in nineteen Ninety-three Bill to several years ago. And when we built it we had to say all the receipt, everything, and I still have all of those receipts. This huge file waste if team pounds. We've paid us a house. Do we still need to keep all those receipts? So it depends. What was the cost in ninety three a building the home? Plus, let's say to it any major improvements you've done to it over the last quarter century, really probably our ritual loan with eighty thousand. And we've probably put another forty into it, you know, finishing things and adding outbuildings. So we're at one hundred twenty thousand if you were to sell the property what would it go for now? Probably about three fifty. Okay. So the way this plays is a married. Couple five hundred thousand is exempt from tax. Okay. If I hate to even bring this up, but if one of you were to pass away, and then later, you were to sell it that exemption at a certain point would drop to two fifty. Okay. So you're right at a range where keeping enough information that you'd be able to establish the original cost basis, plus the forty you've added to it later could end up being useful at the time you sell so that the procedure. Leads our tax or tax free. The gain is tax free. So the fact you paid off your home has nothing to do with loan. It only has to do with how much gain you have on the sale of it. Okay. So now that you're on the threes. The forty thousand and improvements you've done over the years come very valuable right because you're already appointed. If it was a sale by a single individual, you're already out running the portion that would be tax free. Right. So I would say even though you'd like to ditch those records, I would keep documentation that gives you your justed basis of one twenty. Interesting to look back at all the things the, you know, bought was really fun to look, you know, in fact history. So I will keep those. I'm sorry. I'm keeping more clutter in your life. Oh, that's okay. Well, hopefully, we won't need it there. You know, hopefully won't to have to use it too often. Time you'll see me in Alaska. Remember, it will be when there's a lot of daylight. Okay. As you drive by that's a deal. Adams with us on the Clark Howard show. Hello, Adam high Clark. How're you doing? Great. Thank you at them. How can I be of service to you? Well question. So I'm thirty six years old, and I've got excellent credit. I I wouldn't with a good good parenting. So it was really important to me growing. But it's still is. So I had a car loan up until last October. Okay. I took it up for five years. I got a paid off in four did it through local Bank, and I continuously monitor my my credit score. And I keep up to date on it. And I'm mindful of it, and she's being and so as soon as I paid off my car back in October. I noticed that my credit score took literally fifty point hit it. It went from like mid eight hundred's to just just under eight hundred. And I was just wondering why would I penalized for paying off a loan? So. So it could be partially coincidence because a drop of fifty fifty five points for having paid off that loan sounds like more than just happen from not having a car loan in your mix. I I only have at this point in my life. I only have what are called net pays credit cards. I pay full. I have no mortgage. I have no car loan. I've got no other kind of credit at all. And my credit score tends to stay from around seven ninety two eight twenty five right in that range. And so is long as you're above seven sixty year. Great. And what's what's the exceptional is it's seven ninety seven sixty or above. You can get anything you want in above seven sixty is just bragging rights is it. Okay. For just about anything you'd ever wanna do an absolute rock, Sal. Territory. So today get the creek sorry. It goes up to eight fifty eight fifty and there are people that work so hard to have a perfect eight fifty credit score. And if they want to do that, that's great. But it doesn't specifically do anything for them. Once you get as high as eight hundred there's really no big advantage. But what credit? Do you have now that you you see that the things he I rent I don't own that's okay credit cards, but I only have to. All right. I would said go ahead. Go ahead. Chest. You get. You know, and I've just really done some talking about this and digging and reading that I think if you wanna make sure that you stay in really great circumstance with your score that you look over time of going from two credit cards to four. That's what I heard that that the better see what happened with that went from in the creditors is balancing more than one to just balancing one. And there is that means that I'm not as good of a joke ler. So to speak of my credit, you know, that you could juggle two forms of credit now, you can juggle one. So it doesn't look as that. Is that true? Is there any truth to that ROY? It's that they're the math formulas that are used right? Having different types of credit to score you on. And now, you're kind of winning or you just like, I do just have credit cards. But I would like you to have maybe a third credit card now, and maybe a year from now get a Fourth Credit card and make sure they're from different issuers than who you already have your cards from. I don't mean. Okay. If you have visa you have to get a MasterCard. I mean, whatever you get from a different financial institute. Ocean than who you have now. Gotcha. Okay. And you want use if you wanna get your score and keep it above eight hundred you want to use less than ten percent of your valuable credit in a month. Okay. Okay. Yeah. So let's say the Bill that comes to you, even if you pay it in full, if your credit lands thousand dollars, the your charging less than a hundred on it. Gotcha. Okay. And that's only if you're trying to stay in that rarefied air. And you're good where you are. You're in great shape. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I've always enjoyed. I can't remember a dip below this the exceptional seven sixty. So I'm good. I'm just it was just crazy for me to just be penalized. Like that fifty point. I thought you know, that I get. Yeah. I gotta be something else. Like, maybe are you do you have a credit sesame or credit karma? I do not know I had lifelock there for a while. But I want you to if he would set up with maybe credit, karma credit sesame or both. And then you're able to see what are the factors that are raising or lowering your score. And they update it weekly, and it's free to use either one of them or both of them. And that way you're able to monitor what's going on and see take your temperature. See what you might need to do if you do need to push your score up a little or if it's gone down some in you can't figure out why you'll have the why it's time for ask Clark. That's what you post a question for me at Clark dot com slash ask. And then producer Joe can ask your question for you. All right Clark. Let's do it. Lesley wrote in. She said on a recent podcast Clark. You mentioned Near Net zero energy. Homes and that the cost to build was only one percent more than traditional construction. I googled to find information on Near Net zero buildings but couldn't find relevant information. All the information was about specifically zero. And I wasn't sure if building costs were in line with current traditional building costs, can you recommend some reading videos, so that I can investigate to share with the potential builder. Okay. So what I would do is around the country, and as best I know every major metro area in the country. There is a nonprofit organization that works with builders that teaches builders how to build Near Net zero and techniques involved. I I remember for television doing a story on one of these nonprofit energy conservation groups, and we filmed a group. Of builders that were in classroom settings where they were learning different phases of construction will win your framing do this this this and this and each part of the process, just knowing what things a builder can do that makes a home much more efficient. There's certain differences involved in making a home efficient based on the type of construction most often done in a metro area and the climate of an area. So that's why is best. I know there's not like one national standard of do these things and you're gonna make a home Near Net zero. There does have to be factoring in local methods and local conditions. The department of energy has a guide on its website where you if you go to energy dot gov. You can find the zero in. Gee, ready home partner locator where around the country, you can find builders or partners that will work with builders to talk them through how to build efficient homes where you live Jared road. And he says Clark of got a one year old daughter. I live in Florida, which is not a great state for five twenty nine plane. So I invested one of the dean's list states. But my daughter decided to go to school in another state. Can we still use that states five twenty nine plan to pay for college? Yes, you can put your money pretty much in any five twenty nine plan anywhere in the country and use the money for any educational institution for a legit education expense anywhere in America. And if you just had to pick one pick any amandime slips with high honors states, whichever one you're excited by and just put your money in their plan. I even tell you which investments in each state plan to put your money into a my five twenty nine plan guide at Clark dot com. You're listening to the Clark Howard show. Thanks for joining us today. The Clark Howard show is produced by Kim droves. Joel LARs guard, Debra Reese, and Jim Ayers and remember twenty four hours a day where there to serve you a Clark dot com and Clark deals dot com.
"jared road" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"That we've gotten this team to the big east championship is remarkable accomplishment to the players and the coach Willard and the job they've done a lot of feathers in the cap, not the least of which is twenty wins for the fourth straight years. The first time in Seton Hall history that's ever happened. And you know, you guys have forged a pretty good run here of sustained success. Yeah. You know, what that two thousand fourteen group really came in? And I it was all about winning and trying to put up a championship. Fortunately, enough, Russ that, you know, Mike. Players freshman year. And you know, he's around this year for us. And he's kind of Pat he's pass along toughness that that a group all had whether it was angel convene Desi ish. They all had and Mike was certainly Brian the middle of it. And you know, those young guys Jared road and Anthony Nelson. There's a reason why we put Anthony Nelson as Mike Enzi roommate on the road. So he can learn from him. Learn the culture of how we do things here. At Seton Hall, a grant we have seen this all year long at the end of ballgames. It doesn't matter here upper down by a couple. It doesn't have to be Powell every time and the play that exemplified it to me was your down to Powell drives. Any lobs it up for Gill who's not really an offensive player. But he was the guy that was open and he threw the alleyoop for the jam. And that was kind of the one that cinched it for me, just what a leader. He is. You know, what the thing about miles is whatever it takes to win. And and that play kind of exemplify what he's all about the I thought Villanova game last time. He had great confidence trusted those guys. And he passed up a lot of opportunities to get shots. But just delay. Teammates. No early in the game. Hey, you know, they're double teaming me. I got confidence. You did. Doc these shots down. So you know, he did a great job today. And you know, passing the ball and throw it up to the rafters of the big fella row when he went up and got it. And you know, ROY had a tremendous blocking, you know, he gave us a lot of really good minutes, and people are gonna remember this is rose first year really playing, you know, college basketball, you spend a year junior college came in he learned behind angel. But you know, he he certainly just getting his feet wet. And that was a big time playing a big time situation and was plus seventeen tonight which actually.
"jared road" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Ran bounds away tipped up. No good. Sam houser. No, good rebound. NC flies in a foul is called. Did. They get. I think they might have gotten Enzi if they did know guilt. Now, that's his fourth. I don't know where that foul was look like Morrow Houser missed the tip. And then on the ensuing. Scramble for the rebound. Gill got called for his fourth foul and moral will shoot the two free throws. He's a sixty two percent foul shooter. There was nothing there. We just saw the replay four twenty seven ago. Seton Hall sixty eight Marquette, sixty four. Marl? First free throw on the way. It's good. Seven point of the night for Moro's at a big impact of the scam. Theo Johnny jetted with a flagrant technical seven points, seven rebounds for moral. They'll get one more. With a right hand. It goes off the back rim. No, good NC the rebound. Sixty eight sixty five Seton Hall, four twenty two play McKnight walks. It up y'all Anansie set screens either way McKnight, bumps with Howard flies it out to Powell gets the length. Kick it out McKnight, fakes it three moves to the elbow. Pull up jumper. Grete night fighting and self here in the second half. He's got fifteen seventy to sixty five biggest lead of the night for Seton Hall under four minutes. Here's Sam Houser outside the right, art leaves for brother, Joey whips and left side for Bailey given room by Powell and a whistle and a foul away from the ball. And who's that on Roden? After Jared road. And that'll be just as second foul so free throws coming four Marquette after our final media timeout what a bizarre night, but Seton Hall with their largest late in the evening, again, they wants trail by twelve three fifty three remaining second half in this big a semi final at Madison Square Garden. Seton Hall seventy Marquette sixty five this is Seton Hall basketball from learfield..
"jared road" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"There have been a bunch of add here in the second half. By the way, Georgetown has had the better of it in general five for seven for the field. Seton Hall three hundred thirteen second half style plus three in the second half. After Troy by twenty-five at the break. Here's clung veering into the lane running what header it's good back McLaughlin ghost. His second field goal that. I the seat hall latest trimmed at twenty sixty to forty with thirteen ten to go. Need to keep their edge here tonight taking his time Gill sets a screen moves away. Sandra social screen hook pass out to Sandro cuts into the lane kicks it out to McKnight the night for the foul line left wing to kale Texas step in for a sixteen footer off the side of the rim. No, good and Moseley. The Reebok buyers have gone cold is a Kinjo down the right side of Kinjo. Plus the contact. Offensive foul is called could have gone either way with kale taking the contact Kinjo. We'll get tagged with the offensive foul. That's his second dropped shoulder on them. And really, oh knock kale to the ground hard Jared road off the bench seating hawk replaces, miles kale. Twelve forty five to go pirates up by twenty. Here's mcknight's stepping across mid cork. Routed by Kim. Joey accelerates down the left side kicks it out to the corner. Sandra left corner for three at Renzo vascular. Good rebound. Go van and a foul called on Gil trying to knock it out of the hands of van and that'll be the third valve on Romero guilt. So the bowels are piling up five of them now against Seton Hall in the second half with twelve thirty one to go. You know, that's a pet peeve of mine. I couldn't tell if there's contact there. But just because you go over the back. It doesn't mean that it's a foul. There has to be contact. You'll a seven foot two he can reach over guys. Here's a Kinjo walking it up for Georgetown leaves on his right to McLaughlin gets a screen from van double team briefly. Hops of a layup running one head or it's good so o'clock with back to back buckets of the pirate latest trimmed to eighteen closest Georgetown. It's been in a long time sixty to forty two with twelve ten. Kgo eight nothing Hoya run McKnight in the center circle pirates of really slowed things down. With the big lead. Maybe it's taken layer out of him offensively. Here's McKnight working against the Kinjo briefly double team tend to shoot off the road and puts on the floor against McCloy out to mcknight's six to shoot McKnight. Looking for help gets a screen from Gil pulls up. Nowhere to go. Leans in. Throws off the backboard, no good didn't get rim. And if the shot clock violations. Pirates with nothing going on offense right now. Take out of the ball, and it's not working in their favor. They had a twenty eight point lead. It's now down to eighteen eleven forty two to go second half in the.
"jared road" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Park. Yes. Right. Story. All right. Just keep doing this nonsense for another hour. Resident Trump's former personal lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen will testify at the house oversight committee on February seven more show business. That's right show business from the people you elected to get things done in congress this guy. I know exactly what's going on with this guy. I know exactly what's going on. How old is he somebody look that up? How old is Michael Cohen somebody that give me that that information. But I my sense is early fifties somewhere to fifty two years old. He's looking at a three year sentence. This'll jet to understand about the world. Michael Cohen comes from right in that world, Manhattan. Even if you're a conservative, even if you're slightly conservative you play the liberal game. If you want to be invited to the best cocktail parties. If you want to be part of the circuit, even if you vote Republican from time to time, you give money to all the liberal causes. And you go to all the wonderful parties will Michael Collins in a situation. Now that Trump is completely hated by that crowd. And relatively young Trump's seventy seven. Seventy two seven. Oh, wow. I made an older than he is. He's he's city. I'm thinking of seventy two years of eight. He's he doesn't have to worry about what happens after twenty twenty or after twenty twenty four Michael Cohen doesn't want to lose his lifestyle. And he knows he's got to go do three years. So but three years he comes out. He's fifty six years old now, how do you? How do you work your way back into the Manhattan cocktail party circuit? Okay. He worked with the monster. But he also exposed the monster. He had an pithy. I'm supposed to believe that Michael Cohen isn't the same goon today that he's been for the last twenty years. Of course, he's the same goon today. He's playing a different game. And this has got nothing to do with Trump or collusion, or what your point of view is or whether Trump's right or the trumps wrong. This guy's character. He hasn't changed. What I'm supposed to believe he had some sort of road to Damascus. Kind of a Pitney. Jared roads the mask I don't anything in school. Mode only know the reference. If you knew the reference, you would tell me a little bit. Might come back to me sometimes it'll trigger got your Paul slash Saul. Right. And he he was persecuting Christians and on the road to Damascus. He something happened in the has blinded fell off his horse or whatever. And he completely turned it around. And he he not only stopped persecuting Christians. He became really the first evangelist for Christianity. And he became the big person in almost the person who wrote the rules, you know, all the letters and everything. So I'm supposed to believe that this guy had some sort of road to Damascus blinding light. And now he understands that the last ten fifteen years or whatever it's been with Trump. He's been doing it wrong. And he was being steered down the wrong road by this. But I'm going to turn it around. I'm gonna go work for the good guys. Yeah. Don't believe for a second. He's going to go to jail supposedly three years. Probably get out in a year and a half on good behavior. And and then when he comes out he's got his whole life in front him. And he's back in with the Manhattan crowd. He's not disbarred either. Right. I don't know. I don't know. I would imagine that there's somebody could try to disbar him. But. I mean, he could practice again if he if he's not this part. I don't know if only I had a machine that would fit in the palm my hand that we give me these answers. You don't think Cohen's the key to finding out that Trump was actually connected with Russian collusion. If he is which I don't think that he is because I don't think that that kind of Russian collusion went on. Then we'll know when the mother report comes out this is going to be a dog and pony show. You know, this is just show business. I guarantee you it's going to be on all the networks. Maybe we'll run it. I don't know. It'll it'll be a little run in real time. Gonna miss your soap operas because everybody wants to know what Michael Cohen said. But, you know, look, I, and this has nothing to do with Trump is right or wrong having to do with stormy Daniels and the other one, although by by the way, I find it interesting. We'll talk about Jeff basis the later, but I find it interesting that the outfit that took down. Jeff Bezos is the National Enquirer right now. I know that guy isn't there with the weird name. What was his name? Yes, there you go. David pecker. He's not there anymore. Right. But you know, are they still friendly with Trump's Jeff Bezos owns the Washington Post and they've done nothing. But how Trump since he became president? And now, it's the National Enquirer that finds out that this guy is cheating on his wife. Now, there's a divorce. Maybe I should talk about it. Now. Is worth I think one hundred and forty five billion hundred forty four hundred dollars under forty four. I guess I gave them a little more credit than he's do. Well, the stock market's a little today. So almost all of us wrapped up in Amazon stock. So and she's been there twenty five years and she helped him. She's a pro she's not she's not just a girlfriend who, you know. Didn't do anything. They met each other. As professionals on Wall Street, she helped him build Amazon dot com, she's getting half of that money. And when she gets half of that money, she will immediately be. The richest woman in the world. Sixty seven billion. And I'm wondering because the National Enquirer put. They put spies on them. They sent people to watch him. And they saw that. He was how who is having an affair with with some TV anchor. Yeah. Well, she used to be a TV anchor. But she's also she's been on a lot of movies. Apparently, she was married to a guy who's an Asian to a lot of. Right. And I wanna find this story because in the story the National Enquirer also got a hold of texts that he sent to her love texts. And it's really the kind of thing that I've never said to him in in my life. I want you. I can taste you imagine this Jeff Bezos. But they were. Well, yeah. But I mean, he was you know, he was they were already they were already in an affair. Yes. When it happened. But I have to wonder if Trump's still has friends over National Enquirer, the Washington Post has hounded Trump since he's been president. I think the Washington Post at one point announced that they were hiring something like twenty reporters just just to be on the Trump story just to dig up everything. And the president always says, I punch back harder. I do I punch back. Really this. Jeff Bezos divorce. I want to talk more about this. When we get back. You gotta keep your eye on this. Do you realize this this is it's not even close going to be the most expensive divorce.
"jared road" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"She told everybody. I ruined her vacation because he was thinking I was heard to lost complete confidence in my ability to ski and protect and a McMahon. If I if I would've just not said that I was a badge skier making that joke that I would have been would have been fine. And it didn't matter what I did. After that. She was I was like her second son or you'll K Jaren everything. So it wasn't a JAMES BOND moment. No. Fucked out moment, right and. And then the detail leader when when she went back to LA calm. He was super nice to me when back to LA yet Jared road, my whole Christmas vacation regard. So, but I got tons of those funny stories, and again, I like to to down all the ways that we've screwed up because it's more entertaining in his more honest than about how I saved the day in Howard. So awesome. Definitely have to fix in for the job. It sounds for. Sure for sure, oh, you you do all the time, and you know, principles will sensitive sort of weakness and make punt of you and and test you and so sometimes you pass the test and sometimes. This has been eye-opening, man. And I hope a lot of people listening pick up the book once again, it's public figures private lives. It's been great. And also listening next Nick pets for hooking it up because this has been a great interview. Yes. Thank you. Yeah. Thanks, guys. Appreciate it. Thanks for taking an hour out of your day in the middle of the holidays. Appreciate it. All right. Take care guys. Great new year. Yeah. Yeah. You to really enjoyed having Jared on we've a lot more to cover before we wrap this up..
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"I also want to mention that music to code by is now eighteen tracks, and you can get the whole collection for forty two dollars colors at some point. I think otherwise you can pay five dollars track. All right. And let's introduce Jared roads. He is a Microsoft MVP for, Azure, who focuses on devices cloud and trying to find the subsection of those and make them work together. Lately, he's been working with a an edge computing as they've all together. Welcome jared. It's nice to be here. It's nice to talk to somebody from our part of the world over. Here is interesting. You're from Atlanta, and you came to update dot net. What do you think this is nice? I really liked this this conference is well put together I've been to some of them. Stateside that aren't nearly this. Nice. Yeah. So we conferences come in all shapes and sizes, but these guys have done a great job. They've done a ton of fun. Not too big. But people really engaged. I've had some great questions. What do you think about the potential for humor in I o t devices things gone wrong? You know, unexpected ways in which people abuse them that kind of thing. Oh, it's you don't have to do a lot of work to find the humor. That's for. Sure. Yeah. There's so much material available writes it self really. Yeah. Like you made what? Okay. Yeah. Even matters. What doesn't get made? If you go through Kickstarter and look at all the IT device fail. Can't even get funding. Yeah. Kick starters on automatic win. Like you have to work at it. And let people know what's going on. I do expect Kickstarter the history of dot net. Book city agree with my sentiment that the consumer space for IOT solutions looking for problems. Maybe that the real value right now is.