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"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

01:48 min | 6 months ago

"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"Always enjoy you know taking the questions and. Doing a show like we did today don't forget once again, go to GEICO DOT com see how much you could save the got all kinds of rat halloween savings going on and don't forget to visit about online dot ag don't forget that Promo Code podcast one for your sign up bonus bet online they are your online sportsbook experts and Yeah. All that being said. I think I'm going to sign off this week once again it's at Jim beaver fifteen please go to apple podcast, hit the subscribe button and please leave a rating review to not only project action but my other show the down and dirty radio show you can also tune into that One but as well as Sirius Xm Channel to eleven Dan Patrick Radio Sunday mornings. Pacific Time we are right. They're locked and loaded. I'm racing next week at the bluewater desert challenge befallen me along on social media on that little social media marketing machine and also had a big announcement, check it out Goodie local liquor store for your bourbon drink like me fist full of bourbon it's new. Bourbon. Brand brought to you by William Grant Same Company with sailor Jerry Fiscal Bourbon in a super smooth. It is good. It is great and their partner of our race program. Now, please go and check out fistful of Bourbon. Also. I got all kinds of coupon code. You guys want him Jim Beaver fifteen or get you fifteen percent off a dirt fish Pr Dash Jim beaver that'll get your fifty percents off at IRA, sings to check all good stuff out and I think that's enough for today. But hopefully, you guys have a great week in a safe weekend was the next time right here on project action on podcast one with the holidays coming up we'd like to offer you a little something special and all we're asking in return is a few moments of your time to help support a great sponsor of this podcast we. Ask that. You complete a short survey because your opinion matters to us and our sponsors. It will only take a couple of minutes..

"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

06:34 min | 6 months ago

"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"I mean, obviously, there's there's so many of them but you know we got an amazing titleholder right now is just restoring rolling everybody and she's probably the goat Speaking of a man of Nunez but I I would say me she hates in the conversation Ronda Rousey is in the conversation Chris cyborgs in the conversation I'm talking like top five or six, and then we got a we got a tip to Captain Gina Carano. Trailblazer. So I was grow with them. You Know Holly Home Holly Big Holly Home Fan. I just can't put her there. You know. She just she just not quite there. So I guess some false all-time five female greats would. Carrano cyborg Nunez Michel Tate Ronda Rousey and I gotTa Throw Valentine and Shaneco in there too. She's a bad ass in. She's the only one that's ever taken newness to limit. And arguable she won that fight. You know I thought she won that fight a lot of people thought she one that I went to the cards and what was it a split decision or something I? Mean you know Valentina Shinko she's an all time greats conversation too. So they're six but yeah, I'm Rollin Michigan State And then favorite female pro wrestler of all time who this one is. This is a little bit tough. You know Swan is definitely tough You know it's easy to say becky Lynch because she's the current bad ass. You know I like Becky Lynch but I got I got to go back. I mean you know if we're talking I I got to roll. Gosh. This is tough too because you got Trish stratus Lita Arolla Trish over Lita just because I think Trish leader was High Flyer Trish had a little more charisma on the Mike kind of that era. But I'M GONNA go Trish, stratus, Arolla Trish Stratus, famous favourite female, pro wrestler of all time. So yeah, there you go. As a fun question. All right. So next up we got. Another question man we got some really good ones here. Jimmy you got a skateboard collection. I see from your Instagram, what do you have in your collection? Well, let me tell you i. have them all displayed in my studio so I'll give you the rundown I actually don't have a lot. I've got about A. Little Shy of thirty boards. A Little Chef, thirty boards and I kind of keep it. I've got these two racks that hold like fourteen boards decks piece and I won't allow myself to Max those out so. I guess giving you the quick rundown I've got. Okay. So I've got two racks. One is for Popsicle X.. Which is current Kinda decks, and then the other one is for vintage throwback. So I've got on the popsicle side I've got A. Probably, my favorite Boorda own and my collection, Chris Cole Legend Zelda Board it's all gold metallic. I. GotTa. Chad musk original not the re the re the re releases got an original Mosca I gotTa Paul Rodriguez Ironman the marvel mix up one. I've got. A Reynolds Reaper, love that decks. My favorite skateboard art work I've got a plan B Latisha Buffoni and all these are actually still wrapped actually the musket and the coal isn't most of my board still rap I gotTa Latisha. Be Phony her signature board from plan B. of also got us. Latisha. Plan B they did a a fast food mash up with a bunch of their skateboarders and it's a Wendy's board I've got my primate to newest boards are probably come kind of my favorites because they pop so much I can't say pop just the coloring got the Tuna Chris Cole Zero Boards. one with a skull and one that's bright orange, and then one that's kind of get the reaper skull and it's green I've got a garbage pail kids blind bag prisoner. Puke I've got a I. Don't know there's not many of them out there I don't think but I've got a red bull skateboard I did some hunting for this it's actually a red bull A Red Bull Scape Mafia deck and Scott the red bull I mean this amazing. Still UNWRAP gotTa Tony Hawk Birdhouse from I don't know six seven years back. One of his signature boards I got a couple of Eliza Motto Boards her original and then her most current one still rap that's for the popsicles and looking at the vintage ones these are kind of my. Favorites I've got about four of the new Powell Peralta Series Twelve So I got the Tony. Hawk, Lance Mountain Caballero and McGill, and then I've got the new Santa Cruz glow in the dark I. Got One of those got a Tony Hawk kind of release I got probably might two of my favorites I've got the vision psycho stick and I've also got the vision marken solace deck. Those pro model those I actually owned as a kid Then I've got Steve Alford. The witchdoctor board hot pink. It's actually really rat and then get the Lime Green Steve. Caballero cabs in bats also on preorder I've got. Bucky. Last six to tune IDEX as well. So that's kind of where my collection while you. Probably you're bored out of your mind with me run through that. But those of you that asked the question. Yeah that's what I got. I right next up do you sponsorships will be renewed or decreased in twenty twenty? Tough deal. I think sponsors are looking at people and athletes who can bring more to the table than just racing because when the bottom falls out. What's left bottom fell out in two thousand twenty who is able to deliver I think I was able to deliver I can RJ. Anderson he's a good friend of mine he was able to deliver. There's a lot of drivers who really did their homework in delivered in the pandemic you know there's a lot that didn't do anything sat home so I think sponsorships will be renewed I think that. I think the brands are going to. are going to be very choosy in how they approach things because they're going to to spread things around. Yeah I. You know I think that's kind of coming hit I. Think they're going to spread things around. You know they're they're going to get into the digital space more probably shift some of their athletes dollars into the digital space with things like ea sports, things like that. What you can do is an athlete. Be multi-talented beat multi-diverse bring more to the table. That's what we do. You know somebody signs with me and we bring e. sports to the table. We bring website, we bring podcasts, we bring.

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"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"Day. If you ever want your questions answered on the show, it's at Jimmy. Fifteen. On social media, hit me up. Dm Me do it in the comments I I kinda take tally as I see them and you know as you see today. We're going to we're going get to all these questions. So yeah, it's a lot of fun I like doing these shows and You know had a little bit of break in between guests and Yeah, I think. I. Think. That's how we're gonNA roll this week. So yeah, if you didn't though we just dropped a little bit later wasn't on normal schedule, we just dropped a big interview Amber Nova. You need to check that out. It's right here on project action she's pro wrestler, but also a car nerd or car geek in just a great great interview. I think he has enjoyed that one. So that was last week show. And then on the national show, the down and dirty radio show did you know that as well as tiffany stolen and Ryan Piplica ut world champion great show on the national show as well. Check them all out. You Know Apple podcasts subscribe rate review helps us out does ton. So thanks to everybody who has continued to do that. Yeah. So I guess before we roll into these questions though do you have a couple of amazing partners in the show I want to get to and then we'll roll right into these questions first. Partner in the show been with US longtime love. These guys actually use the site quite frankly is our good friends a bed online. You know the weights finally over football's in full swing Major League Baseball Championships are finally here Well, you might not be to gain the share, but you can still.

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"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

01:46 min | 6 months ago

"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

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"jim beavers" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

04:42 min | 7 months ago

"jim beavers" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"And I just keep watching it. You ever been to universal studios. Okay. So like a universal studios got Harry Potter Land. They've got the simpsons land. They've got like from like all these TV shows like they've even got blocking dead thing. Are You fan of walking dad or Simpson's or any of that Harry Potter. No no I kinda like the simpsons but okay I feel like they need to have grey's anatomy land at Universal Studios. You could go in there and literally like there could be playing crashes there could be bombings that could be both crashes stay stabbings like they actually could make a legit grey's anatomy world universal just with all the crazy stuff on that show they really cut I think they should that'd be read I'd be there a lot. You know it's funny is I actually thought that up as a joke in the more I think about Mike actually really really happen. Like, we need a trademark that so universal does it. They heard I honor shows, and then all of a sudden we cash in. You can afford your trophy truck. Man. That's actually worth it. You you. Actually one of these trips I got to Glen. Helen or something you guys need to stay extra day because you can do all a universal one day they have like the studio tour and everything it's so sore. Add like it's school. You could go there and not even do any of the rides like it's worth a one day trip Mike it's awesome. Especially, if you spend like an extra fifty bucks per person, you get the past, we get to bypass all the lines. So we went and we literally bypassed every line and we didn't have to wait longer like two or three minutes on either is. it's worth the fifty bucks. I. Forgot this one time I. Think it was last year last year the year before Sima Patrick Dempsey was there and He'd been posting over stories like where he was or whatever like pictures. Random people. I never saw him and I was so upset about it like we're all in one place. Patrick Dempsey is there and I did not see him. I got a picture Patrick Dempsey. He was at the men he did a couple of years ago. I did an appearance together with brand X. Wheel Company at the time. So I'm not going to mention the name of it, but he and I were both sponsored by Brand X. Wheel Company and we did We did actually signing or an appearance together, and so I got to pay patch against. I'm so jealous my wife was to she was literally home throwing daggers at me. I don't blame. She was like. And then all of a friends are jealous and everything else and it was this whole big. Yeah. You got a lot of famous people follow you on Instagram. You just hung out with street bike. Tommy for few at Cran. WHO's probably the most shocking when you've got following you that do because? Toby Price I mean, you've got like a list of blue chips that are following you..

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"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

05:45 min | 7 months ago

"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"A Chapman's free for all subscribe or vice versa, sweep swap, I don't know but anyways, I don't know who the host here is. I think you need you need to be carrying the show today instead of me. I think it's a little bit of both of us guys both ways. All right. So yeah. We just got done with Crandon you somehow go back there and find a ride somehow. So I guess. That's good news. How does that work when you're when you shop racetrack of your helmet and your sued and somebody goes hey, you wanNA drive like you want to say yes and you say yes but then From there, you're like, what am I getting myself into like how does that work? Yeah pretty much know what is packing for Crandon that's like my all time favorite race of the year, and this year's was the first race I wasn't racing and I'll just go in there to do some sponsors stuff. And, we get there and one of my good friends ended up getting her in. So they asked me if I want to drive the car and I was like, yeah of course, I packed my girl and my suitcase. So I was super excited about the racing there is always a good time. But. It's a little crazy getting into a car. You've never really driven in going on the race track and trying to figure it out the whole new deal during a practice. You WanNa win. Or. Qualifying by pretty much. So another really interesting but it was a lot of fun that track and that whole facility is awesome in last. Was it last year you raced and were you in pro MoD pro stock last year. I was going to say this is your first year in. promos back there. Right. Yeah, that's a whole new change to. The heavy hitters are to. facially what seventh or eighth on Sunny. Eighth Eight. Just, Abby. No definitely good stuff. So yeah. So I don't know tell us. You shoot since last time we had you on obviously a lot of people know. Our relationship at this point. But what you graduate high school, you know you've got, you've got all kinds of stuff cranking over the summer. Yeah. No, it's been interesting year I graduated high school? So now I have a little more time to focus on racing and all that good stuff. So that's really been the focus GonNa Start College classes here in the upcoming spring slash something new. But. Definitely focusing on racing and it's Kinda hard with the whole virus and everything getting canceled thing going on but. just doing all that I can to improve in definitely excited about this next year. Yeah. So this virus and stuff goes on to everybody. Everybody in the world goes on to Netflix and stuff like that starts watching shows things like that. I had one request like back. In March MIA still failing completely at it told her to go watch karate. Literally, she's like. I don't know you guys. You listeners got to help me out like chiming on social media here because. I wanted to watch karate kid I said it's a really good movie her dad's like no, it's a really good movie. Everybody tells you a really good movie and watching it now Cobra Kai's out on Netflix. So we can't even say it's like an eight move because now they've got this all twenty twenty style karate kid and I told you can't go and watch that without. The like she's still full on like brick wall, I like refusing to watch it so I don't know we ever going to get you to watch that like I was going to. We can do a whole show on karate kid we can't now because free for all, even though it's a free for all, it's like free for all with an Asterik does not include karate kid. No I can't bring myself to do it like I. Honestly just forget about it until you bring it up again. And then I'll just forget about it again. So on your truck right back to Florence I'm going to get your data streaming on Netflix and he's going to put it through the Bluetooth and make you listen. Come on we're got to draw some parallel because you're gonNA make me make this entire show about grey's anatomy. Yeah. No Grey's anatomy is a lot better. I can guarantee you that. Okay. So so put you on the spot literally when they killed. When they killed off mic dreamy I completely quit watching so as it got better off It's not the same without him, but it's still pretty good. Original cast or even left obviously grace still there one or two probably one. Yeah Meredith still there nobody else. First couple of seasons like solid gold and then I feel like it was slow. It's been a slowed TV death for the last decade. No it's still pretty good though every watch that like probably over ten times, we're watching it again right now you're watching karate kid and Cobra Kai. goonies. What's your? GonNa put you on the spot here. Favorite eighties movie, there's got to be one. Any Molly, Ringwald breakfast club, pretty in pink. Candles like classics. Ne Never Seen Is there one eighty s movie you've ever seen your entire life. I mean, probably I just can't I can't think of it. Not, one eighties movie. Wow. I'm. Like where can we go here? What what movie are so let's let's move into the nineties. Have you seen like clueless mean girls mingles okay. We're in the nineties and we've seen all right so. We at least a decade, you watch pre two thousands. No that's a good movie. That's one of my favorites even good and it was before you were born. Hell is officially freezing over today. Idiot. So. WE'RE GONNA say we've talked movies you like grey's anatomy. TV We all know at this point that you like Ricky.

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"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

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"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"Are we pushing it back a little bit all? I Know Jim is when all these events. Start coming back together you and I will be so busy. We'll like we. We know what to do. We are working every single day. So I think for people like you and I we should you know. Take this time to really regroup get focused for twenty twenty work on like our stuff that we normally couldn't do that when we're at home. Fix The little quote. Unquote Honeydew List that you know. We all have that. We've never been able to do since we're hold for the weekend we're like we don't WanNa do anything so I'm just trying to stay positive above it all because knowing at the end it will all work out and I think that's the only thing that you can do with this. You can let it eat you and consume you and just be sad and be depressed or you can take it as. Hey this is the universe I guess or whatever. You'd like to believe telling me take a moment. Be Thankful be present in what we're doing. You know understand that we're lucky to be alive and understand that all the problems we have right now our first world problems. That's really what it is. Well I think that is. That's probably pretty good way to balance balance. But I think it's the same thing if you've got kids sit down with them. Play A board game. Yes or something like that. You know what I mean. Spent some time. Enjoy the little things you know. We're we're so busy in our everyday lives and that's kind of all the business is kind of gone away now and we're sitting at home and you know. I think it's kind of chance to reconnect on a human level. And I don't know any time recently when that's actually happened so I think there could be some good out of this whole entire thing but I don't know that's about all. I got this week. Tiff how about you. That's it. I'm just pretty much like I said cleaning up I might. I might do some painting later for something that I like to do that. I haven't been able to so I might pay a little later. Any of those. I know they've got some paint places we we go to one in. Lake Havasu where they have certain like theme painting nights and stuff like that where they give you the canvas and all the paints and stuff like that mechanic tell you how to paint but Costly Twenty five bucks and you bring your drink beer wine in or whatever and you know in your dinner and sit there and paint like for an evening or something like that. I don't know what you call those but if you WANNA have to those yes like paint with wine or something and I do have that so I have my own bottle of wine. I had my own these little. I have all my own stuff ready. I really Kinda got into painting last year before my grandmother passed. And you know obviously with that kind of put me into a damper of stuff. But you know I I'll I wanNA look back into and it's just you know something an to watch and there's a lady that I like on the Internet. Her name her. She's the art Sherpa and she really does really good step by step directions on how to paint and kind of your own teacher. Think so you can. Kind of pause it rewind. Go back and just sit at home in your comfort of your own house so I think I might try to do that tonight. And just relax. Maybe next week we could talk about what I think. It sounds definitely like a plan. Make sure and go and follow tiffany stone on social media. I am at Jim Beaver. Fifteen please go to apple podcasts. Hit the subscribe button to project action and please leave rating definitely helps us out in those charts and I guess tiffany. I will see you guys next week with more project. Action down and dirty radio show and Before you sign off though make sure and hang tight here because We're going to be running a trailer for the new show. I survived all right. We'll see guys next week because I convinced him that I was a person. I survived because I was smarter.

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"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"Yeah you know the when people see us out there in the world they see tiffany stone. They see the person. Don't get me wrong like I am a real person. It's still a still a brandon an image but can you imagine what it would be like when people are like well. Why don't you smile more? And you're like dude. I've been smiling for twelve hours straight and thirty six days straight like you know like we also have downtime and I think that's what you talked about before is yes we're out there in the world. Yes we're personality. Yes where people people you know but at the end of the day we're still human. We still go through things. We still have a lot of stuff. Then you know it's the hardest and you've seen it happen you know. My grandfather and grandmother passed and I was still at work. You know two days later Grant and that's still hard and then you know it's like at the end of the day is insensitive as it sounds. The show does go on. It must go on because we're still here as an entertainment of factor. And you know like I get that. People are very sensitive to my grandmother passing but at the end of the day. It's still show though. I know he's talking about that many times. Well you know there's so much truth in that for me to cancel on something. I canceled on an event last year in one of those like. I think it's the first time in like ten years I'd ever cancelled on a GIG and I did it with you. Know about three days notice because something literally just family emergency happen type of thing but for me to do that it was. It was tough one because I know how hard it is to get jobs in this industry but you know and like you said the show must go on. It was just really really hard people will. They'll they kind of understand but at the same time it's like it puts everybody in a bind see feel guilty and I don't think people in like you said we've talked about this understand how tough it is to go and put on a smile. Do A livestream. Why do a live show or whatever for ten twelve hours you know with all this personal stuff sometimes going on in the background. And that's not all the time it's just it's just some of the time and I don't think people quite understand that you know and just like the even more so I do radio in you know. Sometimes I'll bring personal stuff into it a lot of times. I don't like when you're going and doing Local TV station stop and things like that. Like there's no room for you to bring in your personal stuff you know. It's you know it's not like you're killing a couple of hours on air. I am where you can kind of bridge the gap like you literally have to flip the switch on and it's like keystone gotta be you know one hundred percent no and that's the way that it's gotta go and that's the way like it's gotta be sometimes because at the end of the day like we keep saying the show must go on and I do bring some personal things in there like it was really hard that's passed crandon. Obviously with The passing of one Keegan Kincaid. Really good friends feed you know. Like I've met Steve. I partied with before nowhere. Obviously nearly a close with Steve as like Keegan and the rest of the CRANDON crew. That's up there but snow that hit me because it was a few right around the same time. My Grandmother Passing. I was watching my grandmother. Be Sick and hospice. And you know there's video of me like crying a little bit of Keegan's cry and we're crying for two different reasons. You know like we both emotionally know how each other feels in some sense in some aspects. Obviously the passing of a loved one is very difficult. But like you said it's sometimes you don't get to have that downtime. There's been days where you know with my father-in-law. He battled cancer and literally. I remember we were at Red Bud. One year For one of the Torque racist for the Midwest and he literally passed in between sportsman pro and the pro racers are still going on. There's nothing I can do. I can't say hey everybody Just stopped the show. I need Anita moment. You know granted I asked for a cocktail and I waited till the end of the show for the cocktail but everybody was really cool to help me be there and be supported if I needed something. Yeah I know that's like with us. We've got your talk about us being on all day long on. It's like you know we travel in the mid. West things like that. We've got our little traveling crew and we're on all day long and so we're all on so it's like when we go off we all go off together and it's actually quite humorous. You know what I mean. Some of our meals jokes and the laughter because like we can finally all the walls can come down. Yeah feel like somebody's trying to got like the Zambia apocalypse happening there in Detroit or something no. There's so much happening here like everything's being shut down. I'm watching the news more than ever. It- it's kind of like do. I WANNA watch the news. Do Not WanNa watch the news. Do I want to see what's happening? Not WanNa see what's happening. Do I want to be informed like in the thing? Is Anybody listening to this? You will literally have the same questions because you're like want to like I feel like we're just in a panic of what do we do? I think that's it. We're GONNA talk more about that but Before we got to talk about a couple of our amazing partners here in project action and one of those amazing partners is our good friends at bet online you know and currently there's no. Nba No NHL. No Major League Baseball. 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"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

10:04 min | 1 year ago

"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"Jim BEAVER HERE. Along with my good friend and partner in crime tiffany stone who normally is Doing the down and dirty radio show with me this week. We got her on project. Action here T- stone. Welcome back to the show. I don't know we. This is the one we did a long form interview with you way back win talking about your career and everything else and I think he'd been on this one at a time or two with me but anyways welcome to the show thank you thank you. Yeah I don't know. Sometimes they get all confusing and everything but I think welcome back is is something that we could say back. I think this is the one where I did like that. Deep dive into like T- stones history and found out your Detroit when like the fight broke out in the stands or something. I can't remember what was what was the basketball player. Punch somebody one of the fans or something and you were right there. I can't remember I started pulling out all this stuff. And you're like holy crap. Where'd you find this at? Yep nope that that is exactly where it is and you know and I think that's kind of what happened. It was callous brawl. That was actually going on so crazy that that that even took place in that team like so long ago compared to you know obviously what we're going through right now you know it's funny to in. I don't even know what the Hell we're going to talk about today because there's not actually a whole lot to talk about but you and I will fill time but that's what's funny though because I know you always have this thing where you ask people to Guess Your Age you know and this is not me aging me you anything but I feel like it's there was at one point in this industry where I was like a young kid even racing and then doing media I was like the Young Kid Alva- sudden I feel like we're like the veterans which is a weird feeling. Isn't it like 'cause I still picture myself? Is that young hungry kid trying to make a name for himself. And now it's like we're we're looked at by this whole crop of young kids coming in as like the Oji veterans. You know no one hundred percent I mean. Obviously we get a chance to to hang out with me a chapman you know for the mid for hundreds and she is seventeen years old and I'm thinking to myself honestly depending on how high school could have gone. I literally could have been your mother You know like based on on age and all this stuff and I'm thinking about it and then you know you see and I guess this is like you know why certain people when they become a certain age and they see these young kids growing up and you're like man. This kid has a lot of potential. Why they kind of take them under their wing. Because it's like all the things you know now kind of wish you would new back then type deal and now you know if you see somebody with potential you're just going to give them a little heads up or hey this is going to happen. This is what's going to happen. Well that's totally it. You know and obviously mentioned me Chapman and I kind of work with her and how manager but you know that was kind of one of the things you know the the draw and I mean. I think the first time I ever met her. We're talking crandon when she got her red bull deal. Right was that three years ago. Tiff means and that was the first time I've actually met her. And the Chapman things like that and even back then like I feel like you look at people and not just her but just kids in general. I mean Haley. Deegan would be an easy one to talk about. But you you see like a star power star quality and some of these kids and it's like sometimes a kid coming up just has it. You know and like you notice that and then it takes a while for it to mature but it's like you know and then when there finally there you're like Yep I call it way back when you know but every once in a while you see one of these unicorns and one of these prodigies or something like that and like you said. It's it makes you want to take them under the under your wing because you see the greatness that could be there you know and it's like you and I both know we've probably made every mistake you could make twice so it's like it's makes it really easy to to help them avoid a few of the pitfalls at least right now exactly and that's kind of you know where where things are going in that aspect you you said it better. It's like as dumb and Cliche as it sounds. The older you get the wiser you become in just little things that you're like man. I wish I would've known man. I wish I would have done this. But things that they're growing up with that we didn't know is like obviously everything was social media and just instant gratification. You know we have that as well but it's not. How do I say our instant? Gratification used to be like all right I mean order something and seven and ten days. They'll be here. They're instant gratification. Is All right. I'm GonNa Order something off Amazon and I get it the same day or the next day. So attention span. What they're interested in what you know. I mean I'm making myself sound so old but what they're interested in is completely changed from when we were growing up. Oh completely like I remember as a kid like Well I mean we really ourselves here but you know it was like instant gratification. Like I remember as a kid on a on a Friday night or Saturday. You know small town. We didn't have blockbuster but it was like it was a big freaking deal for the weekend when your parents if you were good all week or whatever you know they would take you to the video store and let your in a You know one or two movies and a video game for the next day or something like that you know and it was like that was a huge deal now kids. It's like at their fingertips. I want a new game or want to watch a movie. Boom Netflix boom. This boom that you know like I mean you know. I Gosh the days of waiting in line to get a certain vhs or only going. They're all sold out. Then you gotta wait like three weeks until it finally got one. That was in stock like. I don't know like that-that the gratification we got back then versus now or how about waiting on there. How about let's really yourselves listening to. Fm Radio TIFF and waiting for like five hours for your one song to come on. You know they could hit record at the right time and you're not mess everything up and you're like okay is this. Is this going to be recorded at the right time? Let me push this. Make sure the tape. It's all in the worst part about it. All is what if you take over your other favorite song Had Right Oh man. I don't know it's funny. I hear people talk about my parents did and everything and like you know they talk about all you know. I grew up in the greatest era ever and things like that and then I start thinking about me I was. I grew up in the eighties. I know you're you're a few years different in age. You grew up in the eighties to and then both of us grew up in the nineties. But like I wouldn't trade. You know what I mean my experiences. Then you know pre Internet era like I don't know. I think there was something there where I think we had to be a little more ingenuity or I don't know what does the word We wasn't like everything was available at our fingertips you know. Not Everything was digitally. You know what I mean. You had to go outside. You had to get fresh air. You had to get creative with keeping yourself entertaining. I think at times no. We did that and the thing is is. We literally played a game where we kick the can around. We've played a game where yeah kick the can literally it was called kick the can. I totally know what you're saying and literally we kick the CAN and hide and seek and I remember being in the woods playing hide and seek for many hours on end in like riding your bike and we have this area called the jumps and all that like literally. It was a jump section like you know whoops action issue. We'll put it in different terms for everybody but and we just jumped over with our bikes. And so you know like it's just like I've always said I a tomboy like when I lived in North Carolina. I was climbing trees. I was fishing for cod cold. Like I was doing all this weird crazy stuff and now it's just like if you WANNA go fishing. There's an actual APP to let you go fishing like you don't even have to go outside and I think you know everything with the corona virus or whatever going on I think at the time just for us to go back and be simple and not simple as simple minded or anything like that but like simple as in. We don't need all these other things to make that happy in reality. We can make your own happiness by just going outside. No I completely agree and one take away their. We've known each other our long and I didn't realize you lived in North Carolina for a period of time. I thought you were like. Oh Gee Detroit city girl bug-borne inbred I didn't realize there's North Carolina and your past. Yeah I mean I I was actually born in Washington state which is even even more. You know what I'm saying so like I've learned in Washington state. My Dad was in the Marines and Is the marines and all that stuff and from there we moved to California and from California North Carolina. So I worry. Washington state. By the time I moved to Michigan. I lived in four different states. I went to six different schools. And that's all by the time I was ten. How hard was that see? This is where we go off the rails but harsh. Addison is a kid growing up like you know because about the time you get into one spot. You know kids and things like that then. It's like boom transplant. Next NEXT PLACE. Right. I'm assuming you know military bases things like that right like that have been pretty tough. One hundred percent. No it works just like that But the thing is I was always the new kid so at the end of the day you know like if I wasn't feeling anything like all right I'll move and I just become the new kid again and I think that taught me a lot to you know work outside of my shell a little bit like you know me pretty well and still pretty. Kinda shy when it comes to certain things you know. I let people know that things that I want them to know about me. Adding that Tiffany as a real person kind of not necessarily shy. But I keep a lot of my actual feelings to myself Very guard and I think both of you know. Yeah you know the when people see us out there in the world they see tiffany stone. They see the person. Don't get me wrong like I am a real person..

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"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

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11:00 min | 1 year ago

"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"I've never done one but somebody thought you know this guy is going to be good as a color commentator for for for race or something and I got a call from this place in Studio City Echo entertainment and they call and said Hey we'd like to hire you to do color commentary for the you know our TV voiceovers absolutely and they said well. We need you here at eight. Am and here I am in Arizona own and it's like six o'clock at night so into the Karloff over there and I'd never done tv before but you know. I know hey you. You get one chance at this so we're going to be there it. was you know bye bye honey. We'll see you later and I get there and I swear I was so nervous because I thought one hour TV voiceover. That's it's to tape that. I thought you know I. I've got to be perfect here. I gotTa talk for one hour. Never make a mistake. Well we get in there and there's a host and you know and he goes and literally the first line of the thing he messes up and he goes all right pause. You know he's like you know. Roll it back at about five seconds and then he goes and did it again right there. I was like Oh we don't have to be perfect. You know and I thought it was like Oh you can't make a mistake. This is one hour you I was sweating letting bullets and it was right there. It was like you know that that weight on your shoulders just lifts away you know and yeah it's. I had almost identical moment to you so well. It's it's the real difference. There is that that job you describe is to my mind and a thousand times harder than than acting because I've got my lines written down i. I know what I'm supposed to say and I don't have to wing it or add and I just I that that's scares the bage average out of me the idea just okay. I'm just GonNa talk here for an hour. not not my not an area that I feel real comfortable. I I I like having a lines written down far in advance yeah and yeah it's been interesting. I guess I'm full of a lot of hot air. Maybe able to make the that help yeah. I don't know yeah it's it was it was just one of those who had that same similar experience but you know talking about that and you started out you know when you're doing these small you know these small pieces like you'd said and kind of you know some of them kind of in the background and things like that and one thing. I've always found interesting about acting acting in a specifically like you who grew up. You didn't grow up in it and you wanted to get in it. It's it's one of those where you really have to chip away. I mean it's it's kind of a you know. It's not like you're GonNa get this big break immediately and being this blockbuster I mean you had a chip away and chip away and chip away and and take these small roles and then they build and then maybe you go from having no aligns to maybe a line and then the next time you've got a paragraph and to me. It's I find that interesting. How somebody like you can go and it literally is a process. I mean it's not like go in your one and and I think a lot of people think it's you know you flip the switch in an overnight success and that does happen here and there but by and large I mean there's a lot of people in Hollywood and and enacting that are like you literally had to build on top of every job you know to the next one and the next one and I find that fascinating about you and and looking through the just the Ashir amount of work you've done. It seems like you're very much that way very much very much. I I had probably been acting for for fifteen to eighteen years before I made a living at before I didn't have to you do something else on the side it's it was a long long stretch of just getting what I could could win win and where I could but then having to do something else you know to keep food on the table but you know there was I had a distinct advantage in that in that I didn't know how to do anything else. So high was I was. It's Kinda stuck I kind of had to had to succeed because if I didn't I didn't know what else I was. GonNa do. I a you know I wasn't. I wasn't inclined to spend the rest of my life. you know sweeping up in a garage or something and but I didn't really I didn't really have anything else that I thought okay well. If this doesn't work out I can always do this. I it was kind of it was kind of mandatory that I get to a point where I could make a living at it and it I was. I was fortunate in that. I apparently had an ability to write and and so I was I was able to support myself as a writer long before I could support myself as an actor and so you know my first big break in Hollywood were not as an actor but but as a writer and that I guess that was the one other thing I knew how to do but it was it was a lot of good fortune involved in in being able to do it being allowed to do it. because there there are people trying to break into both the writing any acting girls in Hollywood would who never get past the front door and and I just I happen to happen to have some real lucky breaks and it's been. It's been good but I it's not a it's not a pass that I would suggest to anyone who wants an easy way to live well. How was it for you because I you know I know the first time I remember and I was just a kid at that time but I remember thunder alley coming out and I'm I'm sitting at home. Then all of a sudden they flash Jim beaver on this critical. Oh Wow that was the first time I remember you know knowing hey there. There's another one of us out there but I know for you. I mean there was a period I think there was that show and maybe one other show where you got these reoccurring roles in house effort actor Beano instead of getting these little one offs. You know having a part here and there to get something where it's like. Oh Hey we're. We're GONNA have a little on jeopardy here. We we. We know what we're doing next week. How big is that for an actor to finally get to that point. Well it was it was it was amazing. Raising Thunder Alley was was my first first job as a regular on a series I had I had had recurring roles in other series but it this was the first one where I had a guarantee. I knew I was going to be in x number of episodes. Every season I knew I was going talking to have an income and and it and you know they had my name up there at the beginning of the show so that was a a an amazing and startling turn of events for me. It was really wonderful. besides the fact that I got to do a show that I loved with working with people I love the the thing that was most surprising to me was when the show was canceled a couple of years later and in my naievety. I had sort of figured well. They'll just give me another show and they didn't and it probably the year after thunder rally went off. The air was one of the hardest years I had in my whole career. There wasn't nearly as much work coming as I expect I figured well. I've been on on a series people will take it for granted that I'm somebody they ought to hire and it just didn't happen that way it I had I had trouble. We're getting an agent. after that show went off and I thought that's really weird because it was a very popular show and but I discovered that every morning is day one really it's not it's not that way so much anymore because I've worked enough that an awful lot of people in the business know who I am and and nowadays they can look back and see a pretty long track record when thunder alley was done. I really only add that to show from for years of work and nowadays I I do get a lot of jobs because people know me from other shows but one of the things I've learned about the businesses that no matter what you think is going to happen. Something different is going to happen. it's it's the most unpredictable lifestyle. I can imagine every time you think you've you've you've okay. I've climbed to this step. I don't have to climb to this step again. Somebody actually down a few and and the climb starts again but uh on the other hand. It's it's just the greatest. It's the greatest place to work in the world I can't I can't I can't imagine I'm doing anything else with my life. What as as all of this is going on. I know you know right around what was it two thousand four. I believe deadwood hit and and that was a massive show there on HBO and and you know that had been huge for you and I I gotta ask because I know we're GonNa talk about life's that way here in a minute but at the time all this this is going on. You've lost your wife. You get this massive break and you lost your wife. I mean that had a bit so tough and you've got your daughter there and things like that. I mean you had been pulled in so many different directions Jim. I mean that had been tough to get it to pull it all together. At that time it was it was it was definitely the worst period read in my life my my my watch sesame was diagnosed with lung cancer while we were shooting season one of deadwood and and and she died just a month after we wrap that season and it was was it was it was just the strangest mixture of feelings it was it was it was simply awful as as anybody who's gone through something like that with a family member can attest if it was a miserable horrible time and at the same time I had this wonderful show in this wonderful role to.

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11:53 min | 1 year ago

"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"I'm sure you guys are tired of me. Rambling on right you. WanNa get down tab business with Jim beaver. I am very very excited about this interview. I think you guys are going to enjoy it. Please hit US up on social media afterwards and let I know what you thought of the interview I would love to hear the comments you know and everybody you know what you think man this is. This is a fun one. This has been a long time coming so here's Jim beaver well. I'd like to welcome. What am I guess this week to project action on podcast one Jim beaver in a weird turn of things. I feel like we're in a little bit of a twilight zone here Jim but finally welcome to the show. You and I have been emailing and stuff for probably twenty years at this point is finally great to talk to you on the phone man well same here. I I've got my attorney here with me. we want to talk about this use of my name. no this is. This is pretty cool man. I I've known there were people out there with the same name but this is the first chance I've ever had to talk to one and especially one is as accomplished as you so. This is pretty cool. Yeah I do know. There's one other Jim. beaver needs is in the NASCAR world and he works for one of the teams there in Charlotte and I mistakenly had somebody send me a text message. It's a mutual friend which some literally really confidential information regarding Nascar to me on accident thing and it was the other Jim. I know you got the wrong. One Trust me I. I will burn reading after reading this but it was one of those things where I do know. There's at least one more of us out there somewhere man well. It's it's it's. It's Ki- it's kind of weird but I mean. I guess you know there's there's ten thousand Joe Smith's out there. So why shouldn't there be a few of US and your your family originally Texas correct yeah yeah they my they I mean they go back. If you go back far enough it goes back Ohio and Pennsylvania but for at least the last three the generations so it's all it's all been Texas. Where are you from. I think well obviously Arizona last hundred years but before that it was was more Missouri Oklahoma kind of middle Middle America type stuff so I just I was wanting to somewhere along the line. There's a there's a an eye we can daughter T. We can cross somewhere. You know what I mean you. Just I'm sure yeah. It's one of those. I guess you get somebody that's into genealogy and which I love you know some of the history and stuff you. Can it traces back but I'm sure somewhere along the lines or something that crosses there. I'm sure if we go back far enough but yeah yeah well yeah. It's good to finally have here here. I know just even this last week. We were joking. I think a while back a month or so back on twitter and I get people send me messages by mistake. I think they send you messages that had one amazing lady wanting me to want to send me an advance copy of her book and she was meaning it for you but she actually. I told her I said I would love to read your book but I think you're getting the wrong Jim a beaver and even even earlier this week. I was on a email with with sag after a and I it was like they. They're like well. This is kind of odd and then they realize lies Oh. It's a different Jim beaver so still this day. It's kind of funny the way things work out man yeah well. I'm uh it kind of gives me a certain amount of confidence to know that I'm not the only one out there. It's you know it's it's. It's not an entirely uncommon last name but it's uncommon enough that I'm. I'm usually fairly surprised when I run into anybody with the same last name but it's it's Kinda cool and you know apparently we've We've actually made a little something of ourselves. UH-HUH that we end up talking to each other on a podcast I guess it means neither one of us is a total flop in life well. I think that's definitely definitely the case in years I I think the maybe the the book is still the last few chapters of the mind yet to be read well. We'll we'll see I can make this thing yet but I think I'm trending in the right direction anyways but talking about that I mean you've had you've had a big year first of all congrats on getting remarried. That's a big thing especially for something. You didn't take lightly but I I guess how I was married life intriguing treating you married life is great. I'm I'm old enough to have pretty much figured uh such things we're all in the Review Mirror but no. I've my my lay. Her name is Sarah Spiegel's. She's beautiful woman. She's a wonderful Singer and very successful at that and and I I'm just I'm just hoping she doesn't figure out what a mess. She's bought into you know she's. She's a great lady and we're We're very very much in tune in get along really well. Of course you know it's it's only three months. It could go at any minute but I think we're doing okay yea well. That's one thing about marriage and I've learned just through mine and stuff like that. I think a lot of people obviously there's a lot of people married but man there's so much. I think people that have never been married realized that go into actually keeping one of those things things running. It's not one of those where you just say I do and then from then on out. It's just you know rainbows and UNICORNS man. I gotTa tell you it is day in day out work even even even in the honeymoon phase right yeah yeah there. There's a there's a pretty pretty strong shortage of rainbows and UNICORNS corns most days but but there's just enough of it to keep it alive and interesting fascinating and I like it. I I like being married and it's you know if you're married to the right person boy. It's just wonderful well and we'll we'll talk a little bit more more about that here in a second but I I kinda WanNa go back to the beginning because you know what I mean. I just want to kind of know how you kind of went down this path and you spend some time in the marines in Vietnam and a but how does how does the kid from Texas all of a sudden get bit by the acting bug and things like that I mean what led you down this path of where you're at today 'cause I mean I can look up your IMDB or your filmography McAfee and all the TV shows and movies. You've done and I mean it's amazing. But how do we get to this point Jim. I mean what what sent you down this path because it wasn't like you grew up in a family of actors or anything right no no not at all it's I think it's still kinda weird snout but I was I got hooked on old movies when I was a teenager and I mean hooked is a really good word because I was I was addicted perfectly willing willing to skip school to stay home and watch some old Gary Cooper movie and and I the more more I dug into that stuff the more I felt like I wanted to be involved not in making movies but in in learning learning about them and for a long time I I thought well I'm GonNa I'm going to be a film historian. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA dig into the history of these things and that that that area really fascinated me it by the time I got out of service service and was fulltime in college. I came to realize that those days there weren't a lot of courses in film history unless you happen to be in Los Angeles or New York and so I was in school school in Oklahoma and I I decided that theater classes were sort of vaguely similar and they might support for what I wanted to do a little bit and so I started I signed up for theater classes and then they let me be in a play and that's when the real bug I I I did my first play and I can still to this day. Remember are opening night of that play thinking. This is what I'm GonNa do the rest of my life and you know not everybody makes ah prediction like that and sees it come true but somehow it worked out for me because here. I am what forty forty seven years later and still doing it so I got I got I got the acting bug pretty early and it it never let go yeah well. I I read somewhere. There's a funny story and I I I. I was laughing literally because I draw across so many parallels the first time I did television but I think there was a story about the TV show Dallas and there was one of the actors flubbed a line line and he you know and then he just immediately just kind of kept rolling in Redid it and things like that and like you. I remember a quote where you're saying that was like literally a turning point like Oh wow you don't have have to be you. Don't have to be perfect in this. You can mess up and they're not gonNA cut and you know and kick you off. The set type of thing yeah that was that was probably my my very first. Maybe second appearance on camera and wasn't about me. I was an extra but yeah it was a restaurant scene and and Larry Hagman was doing his lines and and he stumbled and then he just paused and started up again and I thought wow they didn't yell at him. They of course. I know now that there's a tendency not to yell at the Leeds on TV series but I I was so shocked that it didn't destroy the you the morning's work they just paused and started over and from that from that moment I had I had a sense of ease on camera that I I think I probably needed because it was I I realized that we weren't we weren't during brain surgery and and oops didn't mean somebody was going to die. so it's it's there's there's a lot. There's a lot of tough things about this business but it's stumbling over a line isn't isn't the disaster that a young actor might might worry about what I remember it. I I had a similar bler kind of you know a piff. Unie I got called to my first ever TV voiceover and that's about five years ago and.

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02:27 min | 1 year ago

"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"Have Rutledge Wood Rutledge would you know him from top gear fame. He's also got a new show on. Netflix called hyper drive from Nascar as well just a funny funny guy and TV personality and spoke to have Rela John Casey whalen Rutledge Wood Travis Pastrana man. We gotTA stack next month right here in project action but it all kicks off today with the other. Jim beaver actually the Jim beaver that actually has made something of himself doesn't have to talk and no microphone every day doing podcasts and voice over TV where this guy I mean deadwood supernatural the ranch you look down his IMDB in his filmography and all the TV and movies he's been in and I gotTa Tell Ya blows my mind literally literally. It's it's amazing what he has been able to accomplish and you know. I'm really excited to be able to tell a story and how he got ought to where he's at today and we also joke around about. you know some of the Jim beaver stuff when you're gymboree can make Jim beaver jokes right but yes jim beaver my guest this week. It's is kind of weird to even say that. Jim beavers my guest this week. I feel like I'm interviewing myself or something kind of weird but thank you guys for ten four. We get to that interview though Oh I got to tell you about a couple of our amazing partners right here on project action and one of those is bet online dot. Ag and you know what I have have started using the site. I'm a big sports fan and I have loved going on there every weekend whether it be any. MMA fight or you know an NFL game. That's kicked kicked off. You know baseball were new deep into the playoffs. I love place in you know. I'm not a big better. I'm not one that throws out big money but I love dropping ten twenty bucks on my diamond diamond backs from Arizona cardinals here and there and you know there's there's a lot a lot going on and you know I actually was really fortunate this past week we you do monks. The hosts on podcast and we've got to pick them contest and I was actually able to win the pick them contests. I mean there's Adam Karol in there and a bunch of other different hosts and I I actually want it and so I was actually able to give up five hundred dollars to five of our listeners via twitter so if you're not following me on twitter instagram at Jim Beaver or fifteen you definitely need to because I was able to give out one hundred dollars each for sports betting literally no strings attached. Just you know couple of listeners. They got. They got a hundred hundred bucks apiece so you know but not only that but we got. Nfl College football the action continues to heat.

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02:18 min | 2 years ago

"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"Like he could be a one off guy. He doesn't have to hold the title. He still he still a spectacle. And he does show up. I think somehow Rollins will come in and win it, and we all know lesser shouldn't have the title. Anyways, it shouldn't. It was Roman reigns. Title the vacate and then just. Handed it to Leser. So yeah, I think I think Rollins wins at hands down a I could be wrong. But I do think Rollins gets it off Leser women's what is it triple threat, Charlotte flare, Becky Lynch, and yeah, Ronda Rousey, made event wrestlemainia the latest finally did at the the I think the the match is going to blow the roof off of the place. I think that or Kofi is going to be matching the night, although AJ styles and AJ styles. And Randy Orton could be could steal the show as well. But I think this one is going to be worth every penny is the main event, I think it's going to be abusive. It's going to be nasty. It's going to be a slugfest. I think there's going to be so many, you know, this that you know, changes twists I think at the end of the day. Becky Lynch comes out on top, and she has both titles. I think Rhonda's talked about taking some time off. I think she's held the title for. Little over almost a little shy of a year. Now, I can't remember when she got it Becky has kind of been screwed around. You know, Charlotte is entitled I think they finally do right by the fans that give Becky the double titles. You know, somehow some way I think she walks away with titles. I would hope to see that. But you never know. You know, maybe they wanna continue storyline. But I think the payoff we're we're almost a, you know, we're we're eight months into the steel like the payoff has to come at some point for Becky like they built her up, and they have to give the payoff are they gonna lose all that momentum. And I think wrestlemanias where the payoff comes. So. Yeah. My predictions on wrestlemainia, I would love to hear years on and your thoughts on anything. We've talked about today. It is at Jim beaver fifteen on social media hit me up. Tweet me Instagram. E D me, let me know your questions. You thoughts concerns? If you hate me, if you love me, I would love to hear from you guys. Don't forget I'll be at the TV world championship this weekend. If somehow you're in Laughlin makes your swing? By say and check me out. Also, don't forget down and dirty show..

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"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"I to me that's just shenanigans. But Anna's so. Yeah, I I don't know what's going on there. Yeah. I it's I I don't know. I think rally crosses broken globally. It's just struggling, you know, and I think things got out of hand, cost wise. But I think especially in Europe, it's you know, they're still the fan base there. It's not going to go away the United States, man, they got to do something to reboot this. And I think it starts with getting a good television package and bringing the cost down a bit in really concentrating on giving these guys something that they can deliver to potential sponsors spring the sponsors b-actor Alec Ross. That's what needs to happen. First and foremost, sparse stage rally goes man too much infighting. Everybody fights too, many, you know, there's just so many people arguing and bickering, and you know, they think they're sports NASCAR. And it's not truth is just a grassroots motorsport with one factory team that being Subaru Subaru's, you know, basically, the pillar that holds the whole sport. Together, Subaru pulls out sport rallies dead in the United States, dead like six feet hundred dead hate. Say that true story. I think rally really needs to look at a take a good look in the mirror and realize what it is. And then how to make things better. But there's just too much fighting too much bickering. And it's the same thing year after year after year after year, and I think that's what stunted the growth of stage rally, you know, you look at things like the mid four hundred and desert acing, very much similar type sport, you know, three hundred plus entries. Great television, everything else stage rally, what's their problem? Well, look in the mirror. That's what's going to be. You know, what's going to tell you? But I can promise you will in PA. We will touch base on this on the Downunder show my promises maybe next week. So be looking for it. Filing. One question left. Ooh. I love it. You know, this is Mike Lynn, Kelly, Michael and Kelly, California. What a way to cap off QNA's, right? Michael in California wants to know wrestlemainia this weekend. What are your predictions? I can tell you. I will be tuned in locked and loaded to wrestlemainia Sunday night. Absolutely. And you know, I'm watching the livestream on my phone or what I don't know where I'll be what I'll be doing. But I can promise you I will be locked in and tuned into wrestlemainia predictions. Well, let's just talk. What do I want to see what do I think's going to happen like Kofi Kingston and in Dana, Brian well who doesn't want Kofi to win right Kofi? We would love to see him win. Do. I really think WBZ's gonna put the belt on Kofi. No in a probably be the match of the night. But they ain't gonna they're not gonna put the belt on Kofi. They got the special in for Daniel Bryan, everything else like just not going to happen. It should happen. It's not going to happen. May prove me wrong WWE women's tag titles. I guess we could talk about that. That's kind of a big one. Right. I honestly don't know. They're pretty high on Beth Phoenix right now natty that wouldn't be a bad thing. Especially Beth wants to come back least for small run. I, you know, I think Sasha and Bailey are going to retain I don't see Nyein to Meena. They people hate them. And the iconic. I actually am intrigued by the iconic. So I think they're so annoying that there that I actually like him because of it. They do such a good job as heels they're still green. I don't think they're ready to toll the titles yet. So I don't think it's going to be put on them. I think it's gonna stay on Sasha and Bailey next big match. What are we got Seth Rollins and Brock Leser Seth hands down. He's gonna win lesser side. The title for two damn long. He didn't even show up to the two Monday night Roz and the live events it. They need to get it off in them him for the healthy. The health of the series are for the health of of you know, of wrestling in general, it's gotta come off a Brock. I think is contracts days are numbered anyways..

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"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"jim beavers" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

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"jim beavers" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"jim beavers" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

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