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Interview With Matthew McConaughey
"Matthew. Welcome to the show. Good to be here. Tim. How are you sir? I'm doing very well, and I have just an embarrassment of riches in front of me in terms of notes that I would love to to take some stab at covering even a portion of and I thought we could begin with a little backstory for those people who know your work perhaps not your personal story. Let's paint a picture of your parents now lives in preparation for this conversation doing some homework and I came across a quote of yours feel free to fact, check this of course is from the Guardian but it says one of the great images I have my father is on the phone with a cigarette at the airport on the pay phone always peddling. Peddling pipe and how What is what is that for those who don't know been coupling? So he ruin the old business and to drill you obviously pipe couplings connect the pipe to drill for oil. So Dad was in the pipe coupling business and he was he would call it peddling pipe, Paralympic no John Pendant peddling pipe and that twenty did on the phone eight to six, and then he hit the road and Go make personal appearances China. So pipe, he started off as a truck driver than Texaco station down you've Audi we moved to longview Texas oil boom within like six months after being in Longview. Dad like twenty six employees under him. That's how big of an oil boom was, and then obviously at that business through I think around eighty two and he kind of held on from there he was always. Always, peddler is line was great. He was always be never did it never went bankrupt and that was a piece of honor for him not to go bankrupt but he was always after all boom sort of busted he was always act boys if I could just. I just hit a lick and he never did hit that lick. But if if he lick is. Big Sale Olympic is a big cow lick is okay Mr. Jim Magana. Hey I want all my pipe from you and we're going to drill two hundred thousand feet above abide. So says huge count on my Gosh I'm going to supply the pipe to this one large account that would be a lick he never quite yet. So we're going to jump to the other track with mom for a second here and at like to have conversation about or description maybe of mink oil. Could you tell us how oil entered your life? Please I would not be here talking to you right now if it wasn't for the oil of Meek Yeah It was about home fourteen, fifteen years old ninth grade adolescence. My mom starts pedaling again Pentland Milan family was pedaling something my mom starts pedaling this oil of me product door to door sales. Look here you put this mink oil on your face it brings out all the impurities that you have and watch those impurities all come out. You then have clear glowing in for the rest of your life that was sort of the sales pitch right? Well, I'm fifteen I got a few pimples as any fifteen year old does one night. My mom goes well, you should choose this all. Great you're let me do that. Sure. So I started putting this oil make on my face every night before I go to bed, and after about a week, I wake up and got more pimples than I had a week. And I check in the mirror go to Mama as don't she goes that exactly what is supposed to to pull out all the impurities keep doing it stick with it sure. I'd just religiously keep putting it on after two weeks. Now seem to be run into a problem. He I've got I've. got a whole full of pimples and it's it's it's getting pretty severe back. She's Oh. Wow. You've just got more impurities then I thought you just keep keep doing it going to keep bringing out those impurities I keep it up three weeks. Go by now I've got full blown acne and I'm really concerned my mom's staying on with no stick with it all coming out well I sneak off to the dermatologist on my own. And this was not my mom's recommendation I, sneak there on. In, take a bottle of this Mako. Doc Look at my face. This is put on your face shown this bodies liberty reads ladies like Oh no, no, no, no, no no. No this is i. someone that's like forty year old or not a teenage child who's got oily pours anyway this blocking your pores your pores can't breathe. You are ten days away from having ice pick holes in your face from acne get you off this. Okay as we also have to get you on this stuff got accutane. It's a years worth of medicine. It will dry you up there will have its complications, but it'll be better than in the acting that you can have APSO boom. I could on the accutane off the oil of make and around that time my dad who's always as peddling and look and how to hit lick. says. Damn Boy I. We got a lawsuit against his company. Them becoming I mean you're you're looking at me look you. You're all swollen up. So he takes me to see lawyer remember lawyers, Jerry hairs. So I'm sitting down with my dad and his lawyer Jerry Harrison new think we got a case and he asked me like you know, hey, did you confidence lower? We know with these these pimples you've got this acne down by guess Sir because we are you doing good with the girls and I said, no, sir, not at all he his eyes light up and I can tell that even at my age fifteen he he's building his case goes. Emotional. Distress you were under emotional are under emotional distress and I look at them and I'm like Sure Yeah Moshe stress in Jerry's. Gosh Dog, we can get thirty five to fifty thousand dollars. Emotional distress go long way Jim Medaglia caught. At fifty thousand dollars a way to goes on, and so that's getting all excited about this deal. We're GONNA make fifty thousand dollars off of my emotional distress is youngest son. So anyway, meanwhile on accutane. Takes a year to get clear up and you get Scaly Dandruff in your knees. Hurt you get slits in your mouth and everything else but much better than this acne and this Jackie clear in this acne up on my faith well, as lawsuits go they drag on awhile. So come two years later I'm back in Jerry Harrison office sitting across the table from the from the defense attorney and now my Hackley's cleared up. Okay and this lawyer sits there and starts off the conversation with us. Oh my gosh. Must have been so emotionally distressful and I'm like he's Lavin Mu Softball here I'm going to knock this out of the par. Yes. It was highly emotional distressful and he's got you confidence was down. He did it again with this guy dude he's a horrible. Tea In me up we're just it out apart. Yes. It was almost the distressful. My confidence was low wasn't doing well with girls. I mean man it was bad stuff. Sir and I'm sitting here thinking we got this case.
"jerry harrison" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"Vicki Wickham who managed known a Hendrix unknown a Hendrix. Old Friends and he ended up being Tina Turner's band for a few years. So he got he have a lot of fun he. He just fit the bill I mean partially because Chris. was such a discipline drummer and did not. Want to fill up every space with a fill things like this. There was a lot of room for Steve to be there. I think a lot of other drummers would've presented it a little bit more what have been, but he was you know. Just the tom-tom roles and bringing down the house or something like that. You know they're working as a team. And I know that one of the things I was going to get to is that. I, remember when I was a signing some of the parts to people and David was part of this is that David Sometimes Wanted the freedom to be. Concentrate on singing dancing and I know that I. Didn't always take on might say the most fun or coolest parts I'd sometimes would have Bernie play them. Bernie. Of course was just one of the most incredible keyboard players of all time also is a better player than me but beyond that. It was also we want to keep these people excited about being on in the show. We're not. We're not going to hog all the good parts fundamentals. Yeah, and have them play the. The skeleton part, the other parts and I and I you know whenever we performed like I mentioned being in the dark but I always thought that the victory of the whole coastal of the band. Because I had put together was my victory and so it was okay that if I individually didn't seem as in every shot or so. So lit in. So forward that there was that I got plenty of attention in that you know everyone everyone success was my successes while while it's great to see you know you subverting use ego the good of the project and I think that's when you watch stop making sense. It really seems like it's a group of. Of people and it it it you know it is the way that adamant I came to see talking heads in so much was written about David being the frontman and him being in the big suit. That could overshadow it. But when you watch the film, it just is the work of of a group of people so much. So including the crew and the crew comes out at the end and takes Abou- you don't see that usually in in rock shows. It really is just a joyous. Telling of what a group of people were able to put together I think it was absolutely a team effort to make it work every night. and. I really felt that we had become the best band in the world at that point I disagree. Very, disappointed that David was so wrapped up and trying to think about true stories that we turn downplaying it live aid because I think that we would have killed it. You've been You could have been like queen you know. And I also think that you see. That in particular you in Peter Gabriel's careers took off after live aid. And I just thought we would have been a great addition to that show and especially with the integrated ban that you had. Yes. which was so much of a feature people of color so much more than than the English and as live aid did which was all essentially like people can you know adamant and Duran Duran Spandau Ballet what you do they? Also those bands somewhat copied us and started adding background singers impact the release tolls, Lavar backgrounds interest. McDonald is on the bring on the night movie which. You know is not as good as stop making sense. True. Great Band. But they couldn't measure of quite. Yeah. Well Jerry. This has been a really incredible. We really appreciate you coming on here and and talking with us about All of this is there I know. I know. One percent chance probably never will happen but we'll talking heads ever reunite and play again. Do you think Surely that holding my breath. And I think that David's reasons success I'm broad by. I don't think that he I think that for a while. Some. Making Sense. So perfectly captured talking heads that. David may have had in his mind I don't WanNa mess with this. This peak that we hit. And you know he was perfectly fine with you know going on and doing a record Brazilian music because it was such a excursion to in another direction that it would never be competition. Buttocks over the years he's come back to. You know adding more and more talking heads, songs to his shows than his shows have gotten to be in larger theaters and to be more successful in this one being the ultimate of that right? Well Jerry this has been amazing. We really appreciate it. Adam. Any final final words you want to say just real quick you your favorite Tottenham's record. If you can pick a favorite I, don't know if that's even possible. Well. I always say to in the to remain enlighten in. Fear. Of Music. and to me remain in light revolutionized, how people were thinking about music and allowed for. It to go in a lot of other direction that the not been going in it at all the layering parts and. The. Interplay of parts and I thought that fear of music to a certain degree with the. Sort of ultimate culmination of us for peace. Fantastic. Before we go, I just have to ask what it was like working with Bob Dylan and Tom Petty and Roy Orbison in traveling bilberries is that was that a thrill to be with those rock legends I mean you're but look you're a Beatles so Some would say that you are a bigger legend than them but. How. Did you feel doing that? Well I know they were friends. It was just sort of like over to someone's house and. You know and. I thought it gave a big boost to Tom Petty's career. Sure did certainly. Put him back on the map. Yeah. Fantastic. Well. George Jerry. We Really WanNa thank you this this has been so awesome pre to come to on our little show and talk about What is one of the more important records in in both of our lives? We really appreciate it I. Hope You had fun I did I did fantastic. We are going to wrap it up for this episode. We will see you next time. And until then you know we. Certainly, hope that you found what you're looking for..
"jerry harrison" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"Heads album you were in a bad place with David, and then you got back together to the the DVD which I was watching the press conference last night it's it's it seems kind of fraught with tension. It's it almost seems like you're in between Chris and Tina and David like you're sort of the buffer. Element. There's an element of me being Switzerland in this in by this point. Is that? I mean, how are your relationships with everyone now they're fine I mean David I don't talk to each other all the time but you know call him up on on the New York we'll have dinner and. He comes through San Francisco and we get in touch. So it's it's perfectly cordial ally. Did an initiative to sort of do re releases of talking heads, t shirts, and some of our that Burcin dicing and. Worked with with both David and Christina but more David had because he was a touring at that point. So he had all these ideas about which tour, which t shirt manufacturer to use and things like that and. Also because I. Oversaw. Various things I oversaw the mastering of sand in the Bassolino I oversaw I did all of the remixes with et. became the surround mixes of all the talking heads albums. It's actually really wonderful in DVD audio. It's when mixes are amazing but I had to get the approval of everybody else. So I was I was at a position of of. I felt sort of. There was new technology places for. The the art that we done to be. reformatted and come out again, and I was the one who usually took on those tasks. But that put me in a position of having to coordinate things between everybody. Did you ever? Did you get a chance to see the American Utopia on? Broadway show do I did not see on Broadway I? Saw It was here in San Francisco before he went to Broadway and I happen to be in. New York first month it came out but I'm well aware of when a painted the acid is is when you're playing in your hometown to get tickets for all the people that are asking right but I mean you wrote a lot of those songs that. So yes, I did I did and there there was there's always I can't say that. When it's going down that it would be nice to be credited. They're. Right You know I think that this is the most successful version of playing talking heads songs. David has done so far right and it's obviously really beautiful and the light is incredible and the choreographed movements are incredible I. It away it goes Earlier version until he has is that you were so aware of it as an art piece. I think. But I but because of that dynamic. It doesn't have the free flowing joy. That stop making sense house where I guess every every you know you might say that the performers have a little bit more freedom to just be themselves. That is one thing about stomaching sense just watching it again and that really struck man and was he was actually moving watching the movie just the joy in the life that's just kind of bursting from this movie. Everyone seems like they're just having so much. Yeah, and that that actually that brings me to. Some questions that I I wanted to a previous guest who is on our episode where we were talking about remained in light. Her name is Tani newsome and she's currently in the Steve Carell. Show space. Force as well as Star Trek lower deck's she's a talking head Superfan and she was actually in a talking heads cover band. That started out as. A stop making sense recreation and she she is one of the singers in it and she had she she was kind enough to record questions for you. If you wouldn't mind answering these are very very specific and the and the first one you'll see why segue to it because it's about the fun that you guys are having but. Let's hear a tawny asked these questions for Jerry Hi Jerry Harrison I have a question about the move that you do in stop making sense during burning down the house I can only describe the move as bounced bounced bounced bounced bounced bounced bounds jump. And then you go to the other side bounce jump I want to know who came up with that move. Thank you. I think David had worked with a choreographer in the beginning and. He had ideas and then it was someone who would win. We're doing rehearsals who was. Sort of looking from stage and then them talking and so. The idea was that. Everybody onstage would do the same thing at certain points and. You know I don't think that you know of course when David goes into his sort of Sheva move where he's moving his arms like this. That didn't get picked up by everybody else. So there was a decision there was a decision to there were certain things that you guys all want to do together like running in place during lifetime. Here's question number two from tiny, and this is about you guys having fun. I. Believe I want to know who was having the most fun during stop making sense because from the looks on everyone's faces I think it's a tie between Alex. we're and Edna Holt because their mouths open throughout the entirety of the film in just just bliss and joy Well. I. Think you might have to include Steve Scales. Scale because. I don't think there's ever been a precaution is is been given more freedom. He comes onstage at yells in the microphone and. Sing out of tune. With the background singers and just basically just. But he has such wonderful energy and it almost makes me feel like the version of swamp. That's in a stop making sense when you hear the version on speaking tongues, I missed the little shoutings who? All that stuff feels like if feels like that's the iconic version you know. It was just became a party. Tony has one more question Let's hear. This one. Okay and then my last question is I was in a talking heads tribute band. That's where I fell in love with your music. The band that I was in once fired our percussionist for eating a cheeseburger on stage. was that something Steve Scales would've ever done and would you ever fired him for that or a similar offense? Thank you. I don't think we'd have fired him but I think that sounds like something you should get a promotion for. There was too much running around in too much energy. Go to think about eating. Yeah it's it's funny. You mentioned Steve Scales have the most joy and he gets so many shots in the movie like the camera's always cutting to him because he's always making faces. He's always like jumping up and down into re like at a certain point I'm like this guy. He he's Kenny Guy Hugh who like really understood like the more I move around the more. The more the camera will cut to me he actually he actually went off and I introduced to.
"jerry harrison" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"Cheese here it is already. What where do we hear real we? Do it. Let's hear it again. Let's hear a one more to strip. Surely it would be funny a second time wouldn't it? Really is I wonder how it would be for the third time I will never know. But so anyway, Chris farts he. He. He says the Tina. We should play we should play it. So they play in the middle of the concert they play genius of love the big. Tom Tom. Club hit. Under with the understanding that Jonathan Demme would not put it in the film that was the deal they made with him. Why? Why? Why were they so uptight about this being in the movie I don't understand I think because they they were looking for their own identity a little bit and they were like they didn't want A. Backup band talking heads yeah they didn't even want their solo stuff to become like sort of submissive David. Byrne. Stuff. You know what I mean. So they wanted it to be its own thing. So then the other really weird part about that. Is that. Tina. Says while okay. Well, what about my sisters because they all sit together on the record? We we want them to sing it with us right and Jonathan Demme said like. We want the backup singers the singer with you because your sisters aren't used to singing in with such a big crowd they'll be out of tune you know like these are professionals. Let's make sure. So then when they're filming it, Tina sisters come to the second night. And she's forgotten to tell them that they're doing genius of love. and this is okay. So this is a quote from David. Bowman's book. This must be the place. On the second or third night. Tina. Sisters were in the audience. She hadn't had a chance to warn them about genius of love. which were her it's like you had a chance. I'd also like. Why does that matter because they sang back on the album's they're part of the band I. Think. They used to tour with with Tom Club as well. When Tina took the stage without them, the to weymouth girls were enraged. This caused a family rift among the weymouth girls that made the discord among the bloody lear sisters. That's King Lear no boy look like something out of the family circus comic strip who wrote this tape it Thomann first of all David, Bobin you don't need to barred splaine King Lear to me or. Family family circus. Like if anything explain what you mean about family circus because from what I remember, there wasn't a lot of family discord in the family circus. I mean occasionally that's part of the point is that he's saying it makes King Lear look as conflict free as family sir. No, he's saying he's saying this is literally the quote it made the discord among the sisters look like something out of family circus. Right, the the discord among the lear sisters look like something out of the family circus. Okay. You don't need to explain this either at him. But. Why did it? Why do we? That? BIG OF A deal? I didn't need just say like. The weymouth family makes the Manson family looked like the addams family there. Okay. We all get that. That makes sense. There is. I was watching the L. A. confidential. That's good writing. I was watching the La confidential DVD when it came out and there was a an interview with the guy who wrote it James Elroy the guy wrote the novel. and. He He. Is Up a joke with such relish like it's the best joke of all time listeners of this show will relate and. He goes. So L. A. confidential it's God murder. It's got rape. It's got blackmail. Yeah. A real family film? If you're fucking family is the fucking Manson family. Boy. He punched it up by saying fucking at it. Was I, think that's a that's hilarious as James elroy gets. Did you ever read my dark glazes? The his like I've never read any of his books now So funny. It's hilarious. It's way he's great. He's good, God. Good God. So. Yeah golly. Miss Molly. What's Weird about this David Bowen Book they never follow up on this. You never get any closer with it like what are you talking about if he's not going to provide context like oh? Yeah. They made up or maybe they're still mad at each other. Hey, if you're one of if you're one of those Amo sisters right in until if you're still mad but why was it so vicious like what happened like ever go even go into it he he never goes into it I read. Chris. Farkas. Book. Chris Farts, of course..
"jerry harrison" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"The Cowboy Junkies Song. They did sort of a fake finish where Adam thought the song was over and he shouted out. Yeah. And we asked for your remixes. For any anytime, there was any kind of pause in the song if we could hear Adam saying. Yeah. So someone's. Someone did this yes. Someone sent us this. This comes to us from. J S really can that be right up that's the only credit we have but. Kevin if you can find a better credit, but let's hear a little bit of this. This is cowboy junky southern? Rain. Yeah edition. Spoiled. Abby. I believe there was another one Kevin if you could find out when that had had it less often but your yeah was a little. Better of a sample I don't know if we have that one Kevin but that was pretty funny. I was pretty funny. Kevin has sent something in the chats. He's got it baby. Let's hear this. This is from another enterprising young listener. Iot. Some. Way. Awesome. Here, the What's your the Guitar Solo? She's Nine I would. Actually. Love it. If someone did that during. Like. What an usher come by until you shut up or Just going. Yeah..
"jerry harrison" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
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"jerry harrison" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
"But I have disconnected because of other stuff happening my life. And I wonder now if I'm starting to get a little bit emotional the idea that this is all closer to being done than it ever has been thirty. Maybe is that signed for me too. I don't know. I'm I'm dealing with Mark. Almost famous podcast is brought to light some some things going on that I need to dig into. And I do find that interesting. The awareness of the finite amount of time that the bachelor or any of this kind of fame might be done have to be the best any kind of fame. A lot of it has a certain shelf life to it. And that awareness. I would think would be very stressful. But also in your case seems like it might be a little exciting. It's exciting because the next the next chapter on the horizon, and I got to do all this would I was younger right beckon. I both are just turning thirty. And all this happened in our twenties. Which is when I would, you know, ideally, prefer actually said some of the other day in the podcast. And she said that every for the first time in a long time she had a Saturday with nothing to do. She scenario couch, and Jerry Harrison interesting. I have no plans, and it's quiet, and she's like I got stressed out that that how long that quite last. And I was like that's actually like really true. It's finite for me. So I'm excited for the next chapter generous has been incredible humane hope United as being credible. Iheart. Still will continue to go this podcast. I have a blast with and we'll continue to do what we can whether the bachelor still living and breathing forever. But it is interesting. I don't know what the next chapter is now. Well, I think you have a lot of things going on. I think that's the thing. Eva stablishment that you wanna do something beyond that and not like rely on this. I guess you could call it instant fame that happens when you come off the show, but I also think like you have to look at it to from a different lens. Like like, I think it's a part of life. And you know, what I mean, like take the bachelor take the fame part out of it. And like this is kind of what happens just in life. You know when you go through different seasons. So it's like when people are gearing up to like get married or have a baby or switched professions. And it's like everybody's kind of dealing with this. So it's like, I think you can have comfort in the fact that everybody deals with this different parts of their life. You know what I mean? Coming to college coming to an end. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Like everybody does with. That had just different times and in different ways. So it's like what you're going through a lot of people go through in their lives just through a different lens at your experiencing it. Yeah. It is. You're right. Like that into college and of high school like there's like an early life. There's these like direct like endings, right? The chapter is done. Let's move on. Now, there is it's kind of like a less clear when the when it fades when a new one begins like it all blends together, and I just have the sense that a chapter is ending. I don't know if that looks like they could enhance to whole new arena. That's more funding generous is incredibly travel the world and sell coffee for a living. That's pretty great. I'm pretty stoked about it forever. But you know, but that's a new chapter taking over companies a bit as a new chapter. So yeah, it's it's a it's a in this book the books big deal. So like who knows what that takes Ben since you're talking about books seem to jump in really quick here. Because. Our next sponsor is audible, which I feel like ties in quite nicely to talking about..
"jerry harrison" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Jerry Harrison, the nuggets traveled to the windy city to take on sack Levin and the Chicago Bulls. Wednesday at five thirty on extra sports thirteen hundred. This pro football talk live with Mike Florio on NBC sports radio. Our three on this Tuesday edition of pro football talk. Live most Mondays during the NFL season are busy this Monday. Busier than usual with some news out of Tampa. Some news out of Cleveland at a guy who can help us understand exactly where things are and where they're going hall of fame. Head coach Tony Dungy previously, the bucks and the colts now with NBC's football night in America joins us now. Good morning coach. Hey, mike. You're right. A lot of things going on. And I I guess I'm glad I'm out of it. Because I never. This. When I was in in just crazy stuff for. Yeah. There was a weird sense Sunday that something was going on in Cleveland a power struggle between Hugh Jackson the head coach and Todd Haley the offensive coordinator. And then they're both out the door that they've got it the coaching staff, especially on the offensive side of the ball. This is a team that was not done. This is a team that had showed promise how much do you set this team back the rest of the way with all these changes? There had to be a lot going on behind the scenes to do. This really doesn't make sense at this point. I I've been a little frustrated with Cleveland you draft Baker Mayfield. Then you don't put them in. And I'm thinking to myself. Hey, you're not a playoff team put the guy, and he's the guy you selected on top of all these seven quarterback. Tyrod taylor. Then they put Mayfield in. And he does some good things. And it looks like they're making progress. And now you fire the head coach is an offense of guy and the offense coordinator. So what what are you doing for Baker Mayfield? Maybe in the long run. This is the best thing for the franchise. But it doesn't make sense for your quarterback right now. But you know, you mentioned Baker Mayfield. And I'm spinning this forward. Coach thinking about how attractive this job is going to be come January. I think they're going to be lining up out the door, given the low expectations the great young players. They have and the presence of a quarterback who's going to be there for ten or fifteen years. I think this job so attractive even Tony Dungy has to stop and say Cleveland close to Pittsburgh. My wife's from Pittsburgh. You're you're right. And it should be an attractive job you stockpile. A lot of young talent. You've got them all kinds of weaponry. You got a an exciting quarterback. If you can get a shot McVeigh type person to come in there. They could do the same thing. The Rams did there is that type of talent there. And I think it's going to be harder than it was when Sean McVay fell into the Rams lap. Because as John Dorsey is looking for a name that would be obscure because we didn't know who Sean McVeigh was generally the fans out there that who's this guy. There's going to be plenty of people with name recognition who are kind of swirling around this. When this is going to be a tough one for John Dorsey because I think there's going to be some established coach like a Josh mcdaniels what if he's interested in this job. And they're thinking about you know, some guy who's unproven or less proven than mcdaniels. It's going to be tough sell for the fan base, which is going to be desperate. I think to have a coach. Coach that they can look at it and say here we go. Now, we're going to start winning championships. And that's the problem. A lot of times people do get desperate for that big name. And that's what they want. And that's what they fall into. But you have to look at Sean McVay and Mike Tomlin, you know. Those are you have to have convictions. You have to have courage to do that. I remember in Tampa nineteen Ninety-six Jimmy Johnson was the guy that the buccaneers wanted. And then when he took the daltons out they wanna Steve Spurrier and the people were extremely disappointed when I got hired. He was like oh, Jimmy Johnson. Steve firm, we got this assistant coach from the Minnesota Vikings. It didn't light up anything, but you've got to have convictions and pick the person like Sean McVay that you believe in that can can do what your organization needs done. I think there is reason though for some excitement for Browns fans because it just look I mean, Hugh Jackson, and I put them in the same category. Coach has a guy like north Turner. And Wade Phillips very very good at being a coordinator. But when it's time to go to that next job, and you know, how fundamentally different it is. It's a different skill set. And some guys just can never really adapt to that job of being in charge. And and I think the sooner a north Turner Wade Phillips Hugh Jackson realizes, maybe my my lane is to be a coordinator, you can have long term success. Maybe when some Super Bowls and have a good legacy. And they had a lot of been head coach is picking the right staff. And when you go through different staffs, and you bring people in and it just doesn't fit you're not running. You know, how do you say? Two thirds of the way through the halfway through the season. When when you said, hey, I'm giving Todd Haley total control of this offense. When I hire him and then one third of the way through I need to take more rains on the offense. It just didn't make sense. You told me a few weeks ago? The folks that fosters barbershop had their non-refundable tickets to Atlanta for Super Bowl fifty three. And I what's the feeling now that Ryan Fitzpatrick is the quarterback again and Jameis Winston has been yanked. I it's a tough situation for the bucks. The feeling is hey, we picked this guy number one. And here we go. Again, we have Vinny testaverde's the number one pick and that didn't pan out for us. And we we've gone through all these quarterbacks and high tech, and we just haven't gotten that franchise guy. But there is excitement we can get back in this race. We saw what fits did early in the season. And if he can bring that back our defense is playing a little bit better. I think there's excitement the Ryan Fitzpatrick maybe sparks up in the second half. But inside that building I tell you. There's gotta be disappointment that hey, we we might have missed our our way on a number another number one pick and it really. Is amazing to think the buccaneers have been around since nineteen seventy six coach they have never signed a quarterback. They drafted to a second contract. And we assumed it was a given that would happen with Jameis Winston. But right, now, the balanced what advice would you have for him because we use a very emotional guy. He really wants to be great. He wants the team to do. Well, we saw him on the sideline he was upset on Sunday. And this is the first time he's ever had to deal with a benching what would you say to him to get him to buy into what's going on with him on the sideline Ryan Fitzpatrick playing? I would say you've got a number of James you've got thirty one other teams looking at you. So, hey, here's what you have. And my dad you say the same thing to me all the time. What are you going to do to make the situation better? The best thing you can do now. It'd be a great teammate is study hard to be prepared. Ryan Fitzpatrick good get hurt. The first snap of the game. So you've got to be ready. Make yourself great in practice. Let your teammates. No. You're. Are still there and let the other thirty one teams know that you're still preparing and you wanna be good. And we we've seen it happen before. All he has to do is look at Balkan nears history. Doug Williams left here and went to a Super Bowl Steve Young left here and went to multiple Super Bowl. So don't think this is the end of the line prepare for the future. We've got a big game on Sunday night NBC Aaron Rodgers of the Packers and Tom Brady New England Patriots. And this debate of which of the two is the greatest of all time. And how does Peyton Manning factor into that decision? You may be able to weigh in on that. But where do you put on the on the all time list just focusing on Rogers and Brady where would you put one versus the other? You know, I it's so hard. And I I was asked this question before and I I gave my ballot. And I have Brady ahead of I had excuse me. I had Aaron Rogers ahead of Tom Brady for one reason only, mobility and the. Tough to defend Brady's opposite got the Super Bowl the pedigree. He's done it for years if you factor longevity and staying at the top of fifteen sixteen years, then you have to lean towards Brady if you reverse the situations, you know, and put Tom Brady and Green Bay and Aaron Rodgers in New England does Aaron Rodgers have multiple Super Bowls working with Bill Belichick. So it it's a question. You really can't answer. We're going to see two of the greatest ball time. And maybe on the field for the last time together. And we saw how close the Packers came on Sunday to knocking off the Rams it really does feel like a one man band to a large extent as Aaron Rodgers gets healthier and healthier. Do you see the Packers becoming a viable contender in the NFC? I think they will because as our friend Rodney Harrison pointed out there, there's probably no super team in the NFC. The the Rams are playing very well. They're undefeated new. Orleans only has one loss, but they both have flaws on defense that they've got these high octane offense. So Green Bay. You know, they play the Rams as well as you can play them in Los Angeles. And Aaron Rodgers was probably maybe ninety percent. And they're receiving core was just getting back going Bramble cops first game back. So they've got to feel like, you know, what offense is going to be better as as and goes on. I was very impressed with the Green Bay defense. I didn't think they could hang in there against the Rams like that. But they showed some different pressures. They had some guys in in the secondary on we're covering and competing for. I think as the season rolls on you could see Green Bay sneak in there, and they could give people run and facing the Rams a great preparation for the Packers defense to go against the patriots offense that I don't know whether it was the absence of Sony Michelle last night, rob gronkowski doesn't seem to be the guy. He was last year. But they had a heck of a time moving the ball and scoring points getting touchdowns instead of field goals until the fourth quarter. And it makes me wonder is this the start of a negative trend for the patriots. Well, they've always been able to run the ball especially in the red zone..
"jerry harrison" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The wheel like around the hall of famers in the warrior locker room and you kind of realize klay thompson do so watch out for a big claim yeah yet either incredible stuff guys so here's the deal paul i'm gonna do some on air production requests here at some point today i need a rejoin that folds steffes my house with dion sanders nineteen ninetyfour georgia dome this is my house i was there for that with a notebook he crowded after he punched out andrea rising had a pick six in the georgia dome we all gathered around him in the post game locker room at any any made sure they're all here's a every year every year because we're all gaiger this is my house and this will always be my and we're like whoa and then folded in with david ortiz this is our blanket city and you can set it to either flow ride my house or madness is our house okay i got one madness we're doing like on air production but i got one of my own to we did the whole gasoline steph through the match on the gasoline a third quarter like the the fire element could i get a burning down the house by shadow jerry harrison your neighbor up there in marin jerry harrison's been house but yeah a little burned down the house by the talking heads with any like barrages step finally us for talking a couple of mellow vernon to the house out there somewhere everybody's happy if i win steph woke me up did you see paulie shimmying over here looks like he's looking dancer from greece greased lightning right there it on kennedy in the weinstein notice that you have wine cellars notables in the crowd and i had a thought about the chase center one e forty was practically on the war your bench last night he was sitting right there so he was given stuff love coming off but also i noticed marshawn lynch did you see him.
Bill Cosby's talk of quaaludes led to conviction, juror says
"Ap radio news i'm tim maguire the white house postpones for thirty days any decision on tariffs on steel and aluminum imports jackie quinn with details trump had set a self imposed deadline and weather to make permanent the exemptions for the european union and five countries from tariffs imposed in march on imported steel and aluminum now the decisions being pushed back thirty days the trump administration says it has reached an agreement with south korea on steel and is still negotiating with argentina australia and brazil jackie quinn washington a former administration official who would only talk on condition of anonymity says white house chief of staff john kelly called president trump an idiot in a private conversation last year earlier today kelly level labelled a similar report on nbc total bs a number of people whom kelly ousted or blocked from the west wing including corey lewandowski anthony scaramucci are known to frequently attack kelly when they talk with trump the government wraps up his case in a trial to block at and t from buying time warner mike rossier has moved decision on whether or not at and t will be allowed to absorb time warner now rests with a federal judge on the final day of the antitrust trial justice department attorney craig conrad argued the proposed eightyfive billion dollar merger would impose substantial harm on consumers and raise prices daniel petrocelli the lead attorney representing at and t and time warner said the government failed to prove its case taking note of the june twentyfirst drop dead date for completing the deal us district judge richard leon said he'll issue his ruling by june twelfth at the latest mike rossier washington a magistrate and austrailia orders catholic cardinal george pell to stand trial on at least one count after being accused of sexually abusing multiple victims decades ago the magistrate dismissing some of the other charges against pell he's the most senior catholic cleric to be charged in a sex abuse scandal i'm tom this is apn radio news the youngest member of the jury and bill cosby sexual assault trial explains why he was convicted jerry harrison snyder says bill cosby's own words from years ago convicted him sworn testimony he gave in an earlier civil case brought by accuser andrea constand cosby admitted to giving these quail woods sued women young women in order to have sex with them juror snyder says he has no doubt the jury made the right decision and.
"jerry harrison" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Guys like you if you know what i'm saying this is while i think that i what drew me in was that there was a potential revolution in the availability of being able to invest in new companies and having come to the bay area i would go back east but i'd also i'm from the midwest i'd go place some people here are not necessarily aware of what's going on and i also experienced living here and why didn't i know about this or why didn't i know about that i also had experiences where i perhaps had annexed the ability to have invested in facebook thoroughly and i missed it because i basically you know got caught up in a conversation and it would never went to that so it's like it should not be just a living in the right city having the right friends or having the right connections should be a way for people who want to explore taking on the excitement of something and bringing something forth into the world they could help people that they can be a part of it and so that's one of the great things about healthcare as we feel that we are healthcare companies by nature are social impact companies they're companies that are making people's lives better i think that there's a new ethos like isn't it our way to invest in things that i feel not only good about the profits from it when i'm awesome feeling companies making the world a better there you go there's the give back and we have one more give back from jerry harrison and brian smith founders of red crow dot com they are now going to share with you the lessons they have learned that have helped them become super entrepreneurs this is entrepreneur weekly down jews more entrepreneur weekly.
"jerry harrison" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Well thanks allan thank you for the introduction thanks for having jerry and i and it's pretty remarkable to be talking to somebody that had experienced that it's hard to find other people never mind you know people ben through it but other men in the fact that happened on the thirtieth birthday is just heartbreaking of course but it was intended you know what's amazing yeah you know you talk about just kind of mind blowing experiencing it changes the course of your life you know losing a baby at twenty four weeks her name was juliana grace quite you know you go through so many emotions you're holding her and and she passes in your arms and for us it was very sudden but that experience led to me working with you know jerry harrison and starting a company called red crow and what's amazing is you can look back and i say well i remember being twenty in college listening to talking heads never did i think i would be in business with a musician i saw her on mtv and rock and roll hall of fame and yet you pull back and you say yeah that's the way the world works that's how relationships work and the introduction i had to jerry was from a mutual friend and musician that jerry produced and when i met that friend many years ago i never knew that that would lead to this this you know and so to me and it sounds like you know you've been through it alan it's all a matter of how you process those tragedies and so for me give you the background on red crow going through an experience like that i got very involved with the march of dimes in any organization that made labor and delivery safer and was out to prevent premature birth from happening and so what happened very organically being morgan stanley financial adviser in boston i met all these doctors and it started that hey you know we've got a commonality here we're trying to save babies lives i like you i trust you will you manage my money and so that started to happen and you know.
"jerry harrison" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"You updated on that going to talk to jerry harrison junior my body and former colleague longterm major leaguer in about forty minutes we'll get back to some baseball but do want you in this moment talk more about the anthem protests about the nfl's response in the nba's response 'cause this will be a story for the national basketball association star on tuesday as always the lines will be open to your invites you to call love the idea that on the program on things that are important like this and it's important on things that are that can be divisive in this topic is divisive that we together can heavy conversation and do it respectfully even when we disagree the number if you'd like to be part of that is eight five five two 1224 cbs eight five five two one two four cbs putting aside where i stand or you stand on kneeling during the anthem putting it aside it is a reality in life and i'm not saying that the nfl owners have an easy situation i actually have some sympathy for jerry jones and the owners because when you start to feel the pressure that a white house any white house this one included can can put on you especially when you are someone in the public eye and trying to protect your business you can react the wrong way you can react poorly you can react in a manner that you think is protecting the interests of your brand of yourself of the organisation of your people in this in this case the nfl and you can make a mistake and that was certainly what it seemed to me to be happening when jerry jones friend of the president's and the most important in the nfl and a guy whether you like jerry you don't like jerry he can argue has always made it a priority.
"jerry harrison" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"You updated on that going to talk to jerry harrison junior my buddy and former colleague longterm major leaguer in about forty minutes we'll get back to some baseball but do want to in this moment talk more about the anthem protests about the nfl's response in the nba's response because this will be a story for the national basketball association star on tuesday as always the lines will be open to you invite you to called love the idea that on the program on things that are important like this and it's important on things that are that can be divisive in this topic is divisive that we together can heavy conversation and do it respectfully even when we disagree the number if you'd like to be part of that is eight five five two two four cbs eight five five two one two four cbs putting aside where i stand or you stand on kneeling during the anthem putting aside it is a reality in life and i'm not saying that the nfl owners have an easy situation i actually have some sympathy for jerry jones and the owners because when you start to feel the pressure that a white house any white house this one included can can put on you especially when you are someone in the public eye and trying to protect your business you can react the wrong way you can react poorly you can react in a manner that you think is protecting the interests of your brand of yourself of the organization of your people in this in this case the nfl and you can make a mistake and that was certainly what it seemed to me to be happening when jerry jones friend of the president's and the most important in the nfl and a guy whether you like jerry you don't like jerry he can't argue has always made it a priority to protect.
"jerry harrison" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Have swept everybody dodgers have won three in a row nine of ten of forty three in savaged the record it since june sabbath let's go to the booth at city field welcoming jerry harrison in june you're going to have the call the ninety judges on the shell pens performance i jerry sixteen years in a big zip bed some time with the dodgers are you running out a word to describe this dodgers team a team that's a mere forty six games above five hundred i mean this is ridiculous i really haven't seen anything like it now i played on the thirteen dr team that went 42 innate now the dodge recently just went forty three in seven i gotta say this team the 17th team is a deeper and i've just little more talented into that thirteen team a a a number here 43 wins that's how many wins the san francisco giants have hearing today dodgers just did that in fifty games that's crazy go figure that a former dodger would then related to the the slightest bit on this loves the of the san francisco giants but as an african paris india one of the worst seems a baseball right now forty three wins of the season the dodgers forty three wins in their last fifty and let's remember how much credit jerry should go to the dodger front office because in the end players play but what about the likes of andrew friedman in company who put this team together they may not necessarily be sympathy a lot of the high profile guys how much credit goes to the doctor for an office a lot of credit goes to the dodger front office first of all that looked at the deadline to get you darvish that start righthanded pitcher i really think he's going to have a great too much here in his dad uniform because he's really gonna like the national league not have to pitch against that dh and also doesn't have to pitch in that ballpark in texas that is a great place to hit i think he's gonna fit in nicely in the dazhou rotation but look at the moves that.
"jerry harrison" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You know the dunkin' donuts behind him and like bill bella checks anger having just walked off the podium and you could raise your hand be like hey tom a lotta people think you're a phony inner jerking and you're just a bad guy what do you think or some awful stupid question and he would smile b like you know it's just interesting question i didn't don't like these you go to help the thing is he's wrong it's not just his loved ones who are worried about an by the way he's wrong there too i would imagine i don't think i have to imagine that they're not his mom his sister his wife they are just love and in and worrying about a year ago or five years ago there are actually worried about five years from now or or or fifteen years from now and those of us that cover the nfl the talk about the nfl the like the nfl he's wrong there to eat it actually is our business there are injury reports for a reason injuries are not secret i mean ryan tanning all doesn't get to come out and say i'm not going to talk about whether or not i can play this year because my medical history is none of your business that's at semantics and that is a false argument to false equivalence nobody is asking tom brady what is your private nonfootball medical situation do you see a psychiatrist you have any diseases we don't know about are you on any medication that's not we're talking about wherever football and we're all set about cte and i know there's a huge disagreement of on this we had jerry harrison junior on the show i guess earlier this week former big leaguer and he made the point i'd never let my why would anyone other kids play football we had brava paying on the show this week former green bay packer and i think it's i think it's accurate to say that he is a ct skeptic his point was football causes ct booth life causes ct there is a wide range of perspectives on this thing but ct is an absolute and major story.
"jerry harrison" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The people that they're appealing to people in their twenties see the world a little bit differently than people in their forties and fifties and 60s steph curry represents the future of sports fans not taken himself to seriously not taken the rules who seriously but takes the game really seriously when there is a time add what not that long ago in a lot of time today for a lot of people were like being a party in chugging beers just just chugging bears don't do it michael phelps joan put the ball down don't do it there's cameras everywhere now that's someone's have crews doing obviously drinking legal and doesn't have the same stigma but i'm tony man like we just had jerry harrison junior i'm gonna put words his mouth when he was playing he would have been doing that with cameras around right like nobody would but curry is comfortable in his own skin there's an ego to steph curry that's pretty amazing and what's amazing about it is that it's likeable seth curry is now less of an ego maniac than lebron james he's not he just wears it better you know i've seen lebrun i've been next laurent after an nba finals for lebron to champion in on he's doing this thing and it's like others nego maniac and he's earned it at this past finals i was doing a tv it for cbs sports dot com and i you know i was waiting for the go you know my ear startalk and i i turn to my right and two feet away at steph curry just chillan reeking of champagne giant cigar in his mouth arrogant as all get out and it was likeable he wears it well he's the face the league and yes he's the secondbest player in the national basketball association even though morgan in virginia may not by it hey morgan what's up dude.
"jerry harrison" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"The year tied in crockett gilmore surgery for torn mcl offense of lime and nico sarah goose that done with three torn ligaments offensive tackle ryan clinton announced his retirement after nine years and xerox announced a multiyear extension with kam chancellor marco politi nfl training camps are open and we've got the whole league covered expected here cbs sports radio live from the cbs radio studios in new york city later here's right here is going on tuesday appreciate you being here we are coming to you live from the old riley autoparts studio o'reilly auto parts that are parts that are prices every day man jerry harrison jr just the last of the nfl on the way out the door last segment that was awesome just because i never here like professional athletes do like you know sport on sport truck like that while while and i will circle back to that later in the show that there are there's so much competition in the world of sports in you heard gerry who's a friend of mine but still take is i think take a little exception to the notion it is my notion it is that baseball needs to be a little more relevant i get it my asia with baseball's that a it doesn't have a face of the sport like there isn't a guy that you're just like that dude isn't just the guy he is so cool i'm of appear at that gallon chug of your that guy wanna hang out i wanna watch and play he's the guy.
"jerry harrison" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"And that makes a lot of sense the truth between both those the colin kaepernick as a football player and that if he's good enough to play for a team the question is whether he should shut up israeli lewis said and just pretend that he hasn't believe what he believes its do you punish him for his beliefs which are not illegal which are peaceful it is a peaceful legal protest it's offensive to some of you and gets the point right the ray lewis of the world of the guys we don't need in this conversation but it does sort of speak to everybody is going to try to turn the con cap next door into whatever reflects their perspective their worldview for ray lewis the world view as nothing matters but football don't look at anything outside of football if i'm ray lewis i would want to only be judged on the football field too if i'm ray lewis i would certainly want that to be my sanctuary both men there are guys in nfl locker rooms who feel very strongly about violence against unarmed black men or the military or supporting this president or opposing this president and they have the right to that view and a colin kaepernick expressed it no good for him doesn't mean you should have a job i think he should i look i think he should have a job of he's good enough to play and i think that he is as a backup quarterback we'll take your phone calls eight five five two one two four cbs eight five five two one two four cbs if you wanna talk a little colin cabinet we've also got jerry harrison junior coming up at.