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Lazio Leap Above Inter

ESPN FC

35:51 min | 6 months ago

Lazio Leap Above Inter

"Welcome in today's edition of ESPN AFC. Thomas Craig Burley and shocker. His mom call Thi. We'll be with US shortly. Lots to talk about today but Spain Germany and Italy will start low in England one of the match. It was an Aston Villa and spurs so much action forty one shots in total angles very much grabbing all the headlines. The villa defender. He'd give away a penalty score a go and be his lay error though that would see song run on an score the winner in the ninety. Second Minute hang then took to twitter after the game to tweet saying Brown with my first premium. Go but feeling absolutely gutted with the result I know more than anyone mistake. Cost us what we talk about the game. Let's just talk about that professional level where you make a mistake like that obviously you your high profile was FA Cup semifinal. Bypass the David Beckham. Yeah when I was seeing Jack Greeley talk into him as he was walking off the page. I was thinking thousand me. I wouldn't want anyone anywhere. Niimi too difficult one because what we have here as a player who made two mistakes at least probably made more but he made to glittering and it was the penalty and the mistake we tried to control and there's no time left in the game to combat in schools because your team but in the league. Will you make mistakes? You know you general have time to make amends for that and the next game deafened says when you do in a cup semifinal guy is gone as you wrote. You're not going to Wembley but it's tough and he'll over la I mean we all over I mean because you play another another league in I would be too interested scoring goals and half sister mistakes. Mistakes mistakes are costing Aston Villa. Because they're good say to watch like Norris quite a good site to watch but making too many mistakes and basic areas are probably that's moments. I'm going to cost them. Their the status primarily occupational hazard goalkeeper. You'RE GONNA make mistakes zoo. How did you get over it? How did you deal with them? We just learned to. Kinda take these things on the Chin accent that it's GonNa Happen. It's never a good time for mistakes to happen nor really ever is i. You just accept it as all those kind of occupational hazards correctly. Said you have to pick yourself up. Doesn't sell off and get on with it. Most people do some people struggled with it. I see the reason why why this is gonna how angles in any way. It is disappointing when it does happen but again you look into these things on the Chin if you WANNA spend a long time in the game you know. They're going to keep coming. I'll tell you what though we saw a lot of football this weekend overseas some very important games but if I could watch one again probably this this brilliant yes. Last week spoils again didn't have the possess that opponents but the what was the the created a lot more or less week the ball retention was better a lot better and villa as I say that Koerbel final. They're going to have to balance out by the fact that some reasonable full but the head and back to the championship at the moment and said I'm so it's a tough balance and when when you're trying to get results continue to try and evolve and play this kind of open expansive football. I retract into Michelle. And just try and dig. A few results. I thought up until scored the good value for for Jewish again pulling all the strings. Incredible talent he continues to be avalon. Chances and and this is the challenge when you're a team like Aston Villa when you don't be bought a winner struggled for confidence. You've got to take those chances and too often villa have gilt-edged opportunities that Gore. Begging on then you turn it on wood. Hobbs instead of being tuneup of all of Rhode Scores and incredible goal. And then you concede two goals in the injury-time the end of the first half injury-time at the end of the game which ultimately cost you a point. If not I will be. I mean Jat Greeley we think is going to be in south next England squad but even at that I would be. I would be shocked. If he's not going to the euros with England there are other contenders out there. That are other talented players. It's not You know the forward thought that the field from midfield front is not a possession. Angle shot of talented however people talk about Madison at Leicester Percents. You Elliott Dan. I grill issues the better of the two. Because he's got more about your own fewer than James Madison Madison can Pekka Poss- Greeley's can pay from fifty sixty yards from deep. He can play that little ball into fine without it. Can Taco is very good in the bullet hole play-off because he's strong. I think I will probably. I'll be shocked if doesn't go with England and I'll be showcase if a big club united or someone don't try and get them in the summer always surprise. I'm sorry from Jack. Greenish for Dean. Smith had to say after the game talking about that penalty that was awarded where again sat in a sterile environment. Looking at something that everybody in the stadium of forty two thousand people are staff? I don't think it's a penalty including the player who went down if it takes two minutes. That's not obvious for me. It's faster call they overturn. What was a good decision by the referee well? It was a wrong decision by the referee because it was a decision. I understand what you're saying in some sense because the rhetoric with clear and obvious is horrendous. It's absolutely horrendous. The bottom line here is it was clear on the Var check. The angles came through bear. Joined to then get to the ball. Let's kick just because the referee didn't see it. Yeah and no one appeal for it. Didn't look for not wanting to to think that doesn't mean it's not a penalty if Berg Wind doesn't get that shot off and the ball doesn't deflect goes then. There's no doubt in anybody's mind. That is a penalty but the fact that Bay wind ingoing don't in getting fold throws a leg added gets shutoff angles. All of a sudden no it becomes dubious or contentious. That doesn't add up for me. It's a penalty what doesn't add up for me. Is the amount of players and managers morning about correct decisions clearly for the benefit. Yeah you know. We've seen on tin decisions. Han boggs offsides penalties. That we're all correct but yet a manager go back and say wow. They said clear and ovation wasn't clean. Obviously Videotape Kara technologies for people. Just don't seem to accept the room and mix decision on on on the evidence then normally. It's quite clear. I was listening to one of the Post Game Conferences yesterday after wolves game where you're hot. Dot Offside given and it was close and majesty in well you can't see that depleted got an advantage from that position and I'm not all on hold. A sudden offset has become about gaining advantage. So now we're recruiting the laws in post game. Press CONFERENCES TO SUIT. What you think should be right. And to Craig's point it's become home is is a complaining. Y- correct decisions. Meanwhile Phone L. Win For our snow. Listen Up to ten minutes of the defeated Newcastle. Nothing really much happening the first half of this game much much better from our so in the second half. What do we learn from this Craig? Did we learn anything We'll see direction under the club. Admitted the decision. That's the biggest thing they've got going from. The minute decision with a Young Guy is coaching. Experience is dependent as big Joe. Beg Recruitment in summer there in touch and Destin's of some of the other teams above them the Champions League sports which is going to be five. We think who the hell knows what's going to happen. But effect and the teams above them. I'm not great the great teams and if they can run together and the Champions League sports potentially however that does not take away from the fight it still a big job back to where they really WanNa be which is challenging for the title. But it's a nice position for outs being because the bar is being lowered Solo isn't it? You're in a situation. Now where you put in a performance like this just gives a bit of optimism and hopefully Hilton laments listener new lose tattoo so far this season. Yeah one because the League has been as inconsistent as they have been and all of a sudden despite how poor you are you still in with a shout to music for both for next season and then you come up against Newcastle team. Who was simply awful on the day you get off for your friends four so to speak on scoresheet so it's a good day for Macau latter stern a lot of work to do and especially with the rumors this week about who wants to stay and who wants to leave. He's got his hands full. But I think also have made the right decision and not and everything. You've who'd form in particular region weeks suggest every bit as much you mentioned there are no way off though. Still that top-five place who's leading that race and the moment in your opinion. Is it spurs after today. Yeah probably just I mean. Obviously united will give themselves your you know heave up the jokes tomorrow so big F you know real strong but I would say spells unlikely to get much jeff before then season but then a decent possession. I don't. I'm not convinced by them. But I've been convinced by anybody up there. I mean less than than a great job to stay with the on what we know and love appeal. There are the rest of the stories not very not very interesting. But I would say Tottenham. I think Maria knows that I think he knows in his bones. They have an opportunity to get into the Champions League for next year. He'll say we're not yakult over fourteen. Oh it will love. That's a long way to go. That's how we pitch it and potentially NFL Cup as well which the style in a few weeks ago I was I was thinking woes but no said some of the performances haven't been as good as they once were. I know this team is looking more and more as you as a marina team up against the big boys in the League sits in tight and doing giveaway or an awful lot and we need to make a mistake and then against villa as much as it took nine two seconds on ninety minute winner. I thought they played really well but for Pepperoni they'd have been in. You know the the one. That's quite easy sometime before. They continue to pick a points when I didn't think they would be over the consistency. I didn't think they would have a few weeks ago. As you mentioned his Chelsea Manchester United Tomorrow Chelsea go into that game at Stanford pages favorites five to four on United seventy-two starts for me. Yes all he's been. Seen over recent weeks really carriers not the goalkeeper. You rely on between now and the end of the season. Frank Lampard disappointed with kept on wanting to send a message thing. That message has been received. No you've got to restore normalcy. This is it. This is going to find out if it's being received isn't it? Well I think now that the end of the day with the chasing black jokes is a little bit of inconsistency that teaching some the Alaska's going with a lump pot wants to keep capable whether they like some as a goalkeeper as a person is not is not really the point. The point is they're fast becoming under pressure from the teams behind him and he can ill afford to get his team selection Rome. Yeah so Cape was the best goalkeeper has at the moment. Which is you get a man on the other side of the coin. He's got a salt at the other end with the outplay teams for long periods decree chances but the finish of. That's the only way I can see. United getting a result at Stanford Bridge. We'll just go to me. I'm going to go to nil Chelsea. I'm going to go for three one dollars. Shack is off tomorrow. The main Craig. We'll be back out. Came as Sanford Fridge. Also be looking ahead to return of the Champions League this week in Italy. You've remained top of the table. But it's all at Seattle who now a second after a to victory over. Inter in the big match on Sunday so according to the bookies no surprise eventers are still favorites. They still have inter second favorite's last year. The outsiders of four to one D. Lots deserve more love. That's my question to you got coffee. Join us. Well if you know that I've been expecting lots here to to fall away and evidently the bookies have to but they keep proving that keep proving me wrong because they're relentless they're very well organized. They have show many individuals pop up at the right time and I think crucially this could be a really big thing between on the on the season They have no European football so they can prepare for every game fewer injuries. More chance to recuperate I look. They're not my favorites to win the title. But I think it's much much closer than that no way. Should it before to one? Don't forget gaming. Han recently against Dallas drew. Which wasn't a disastrous result without those two points topping the league this moment in time haven't lost since the game away to enter in September. That's great form goalscorer in Chiro mobilize who just keeps going and keep going Malinkovich. Hopefully from their point of view style is best again defensively very strong. And you've got a guy from Phil. Lucas layer forego is again isn't it snowed in addition job. If the in the middle of the park so love everything. I'm going to be still guy. Elisabeth is playing great. Some there's real top level binding the ball in the back of the net almost every week. You chance you're a real chance. Is it going to be enough check? I was GONNA be down for. Don't fall is as with with Inter Milan is. It's easier to just to lead and you show that of not only a couple of seasons ago when the to lead couldn't couldn't couldn't keep whole you're chasing I I know but if they do get to the top when they get so he told Khan they handle that pressure. That's a big question. We know that you can so right. No you understand why the book he's continued to have eventers as favorites. My head says you vent as the Mahar would like to see the impact win it. How problematic as Enter this defeat against GAM. Well go to Kmart afterwards. He praised his players and like he could have gone down the route to hang goalkeeper. Danila daily out to dry. Because I think he was he was responsible for not being strong enough and coming out and that makes up with screening are which led to the penalty on the second one. He didn't get down quickly enough Instead we talked Abou- process how he's only been working with his players for four or five months whereas in Zog had them for four years and whatever else but I think he was interesting about what it came to talking about Christian Erickson because he was asked look when you play against opponents who were very tactically organized shut up a space and it's a very tactical game like this one I don't you need somebody like Ericsson or indeed in the starting lineup. Somebody who can who's got the creativity to unlock them. He really sort of bristled dot. He said no. Because the most important thing is to keep balance in the team. And Look One guy's not gonNa make the difference and we got this far without. Ericsson and I found that really surprising because I would have thought Ericsson really would be the value. Add in this team especially in games like these rather than a guy you bring off the man off the bench last twenty minutes and tell them hey go. Do your thing. Strange ACID isn't it? It's something we all discussed when the insane and was the. Where is he going in the system? Do you think strikeout and plan as a second striker floating around that. Or one of the more natural midfielders out and amend their arguably behind let's Arrow and Lukaku and then it's a mortar attack team. In some sense it did the same thing at Chelsea with some success with Cobra. Thus Far Gosford. Weil was a guy that came off the bench for Chelsea under Conti when Tim's retired near the end and he picked a few pockets played a few policies and I think that's how he sees the Edrich enroll from the planet law. That's hardly an ideal scenario so oh to play for in Spain as of as of course it is in US Spain as well Real Madrid could only manage a two two draw today against Celta Vigo we saw obviously has aren't coming back. He started Gareth Fan when the Song Levin as well couldn't get it done for Madrid. They dropped two points at home. Meanwhile Barcelona Taffy by two goals so on. Es Lay as a camp. Now give me a ride down to the wire shack it will be and this Real Madrid as good as they've been and welcome back into Southern Lineup. Bid Back in the starting lineup. I still feel that they have question marks about them defensively at continue to see sit here. Romo's got Joan alter position time and time again that brought the opening goal but even then when when once they go up you think they they see through but somehow they managed to talk to points. I don't think it's that much of a crushing blue. But it's it's dense especially to give Boston's research chased every Tom Dick and Harry in the summer bustle on the Monitor. The dog scenario and if identified as well as the place on fire income point behind this just amid dense shack is says gab from from roots perspective I I think so I mean you know when you lose because of two defensive errors. You've done the other half of the job of course ninety chasing Lalita. Put the Champions League as well as always big game for them against Manchester City. According to the bookies its side who will go into that? I like Thai in the twenty. Six is a good weekend in the say if he were the top of the table all of them winning we saw unit went away against Cologne impressive performance from that. Nice couple of calls from getting in on the school she is well. Meanwhile life sick with a comfortable win a home victory and mooching black as well with the wind meaning it still remains just four points separate the top four by Munich. Gab Won that game in the opening twelve minutes that was done and dusted no problem? Cologne are particularly good. They're not a test but they gotta run out Kingsley. Coleman coming back closer to full fitness. Nabri was phenomenal especially his his second goal. And it's rolling along nicely and they look ahead to to the champion Zeke to Chelsea to look at the challenges and you kind of feel that that old confidence a coursing through their veins once again that have made Byron so dominant over the years. Yeah there is not buying swagger back you feel isn't it for the Star of The seas would always favorites in the jokes. Italian the Champions League for sure however. I think that is heightened by the fact that after the winter break in Germany. They've looked very very strong again. As you say the bones back in the straight. It doesn't listen. I'm going to have a day off. It's all Lake behind them at playing pretty well. They had a slow start after the break But the place in good football They've got goals in them. Nagas means one of the most up and coming coaches around the talk them in the Champions League who I think they're much say than taught them so they'll have to contend with juggling the Champions League on the title tell which is you know from their perspective. It's not something that have to do every year. That's a really good point is a in the sense that you know you look at the squad's by an deeper and therefore you so they're sort of matching the Wednesday match the weekend all very important and that's probably why they are so without question. Flick has two wonderful football individually and as a team understand to be the. It'd be favorites but having coming in a dormant I just feel. This team has been transformed a lot of pressure on Jinsong previously. Now Jalan this up some of that slack. I'm even somehow defensively. They seem to be coping whole better. Which was he'll just. If you have a Mrs show you can download the daily. Podcast is available every single day. You can do that via the website of Apple. Podcasts actually in Portugal today with a chance ago within one point of the top there away against Victoria be a good start to for the visitors fortunate. Eight Douglas will be awarded to go the goalkeeper. Every keeper's nightmare goes for the show over Olivera who strikes it. Well then comes off the crossbar and he had nothing. You can do about four minutes into the second-half Brunette Watson would make it. One one after a brilliant cross almost impossible angle. He managed to dig. This really made the question then on the hour mark. Unfortunately since then that everybody's talking Nusa Moraga Haywood score against his own side. Receiving a lot of racial abuse. You point to the color of his skin is celebrations. That would incite the home crowd. Some of them forming sink chicken. See Atlas striker. He would take one of those seats. Put It on his head. The referee would then book him. For what exactly ten minutes would then pass and he would continue to get all this abused and he would just say look substitute me. I've had enough. I'm basically don't have to put up with any more in the end. He makes his way to the sidelines. Despite the fact that not only his players the opposition plans. Wow trying to keep him on. A page can just see clearly that he's reached his limits. He would eventually go off. Walk down the tunnel. Portal would win the game by two goals to one but the result pretty much insignificant compared to the actions that we saw from some of the fans. This is what Marie gaps. Sony's Instagram after the game. I'd like to tell those idiots came to the stadium to shout racist abuse. Go Explosive Yourself. I also want to congratulate the referee for not protecting me and show me a yellow card. Because I'm defending my skin color. I hope I never meet him again on a football. Pitch your a disgrace. Meanwhile Second CONSEILLERS SALVI. Porto coach came out and said what happened is unfortunately we all completely indignant with what happened. I know the passion that exists for Victoria and I think the most fans not see themselves as having the same attitude of some people who insulted Mussa. Since the Warner warmup this is Hans of watching it was we have to keep reminding ourselves that we talk about this in two thousand twenty and again for all that we've seen over the last few years for all the discussion that's gone on for the protocols has been put in place. You have a referee. That is not protecting the list and as a result players are having to take matters into their own hands and walk the fields and that goes against every green in every professionals body. But when you get to that point and you feel that referees on protecting protecting you the clubs aren't doing enough the F. as aren't doing enough you wait for still. Some Ho fought through silent. You left with no other recourse but to make a statement and the statement player in that circumstance can send some to walk off and put everybody in a position of having to make a decision and having to defend their inaction. Is it to idealistic of me to think right? If a team of mine is getting this abusive he wants to walk off. I'm going to join him. I'm going to walk off with him. I was just thinking that shot was instead instead of trying to stop them coming off to get yourself off the field with the coach maker stance. This is what we're dealing with again. It's not obviously there's several countries many countries where is Hartman? Some are trying to deal with more than others appears Bhave individuals who top game and won so Katie. Racially abused people. Still and to think it's okay to rep chairs out and throw them from seventy eighty hundred free on talk replace heads. That's that's the kind of individuals you're dealing with these games and until those people are stomped out. It's not going to stop because what you understand. These people don't think street clearly. You're not thinking straight you're going to game and your actions are what we saw there. You're not you know a sane and been head for the player. It clearly was clearly was very very upset. A borough and I'm not surprisingly basically team was for him to to come off because you you're at that point but but the question. Dan Caught on Solti as manager of Napoli said. Listen if one of all players getting racially abused. I'm telling my entire team to walk. This is in the height of everything that was going on in football. And he says I'm telling my team to walk off. I'm taking the decision to you. I'm not leaving don't individual. I'm telling my I know that is what players want to hear about. Managers are going to support them in that we and you talk about great managers and be angry man manages. That is a big part of it. When you feel that the manager will go to war for you you will go to war for the and don't forget portal or and a very title race with Benfica so that would also make another Stein's to say we're not will care if you give us the three points are deducted three points from this tight Jerez because this is not so we're going and then we'll deal with it later and I think that would make a big stance clearly. This is something in the way. It's been handled. We're going to see this again. One hundred percent. We're GONNA see again well on the page. Three points go supports meaning they are one point now off. Benfica at the top of the table after Benfica lost yesterday against Braga plenty of content over on our youtube channel as a waste. Extra time is available every single day. Be sure to check it out over on the website yesterday go blue show that's TV breaking down. His Diet and his plans for the Diet was a briefing Donna. No let's not bad through language break. I toast yet. Look into right after tomorrow. What we say goodbye to shock your to carnivals Ali s Hashtag snaps Joe Hashtag. I won't take it. We volume drink has alerted being back them all right so that you can buy weapons extra time. Thank you very much for your tweet. Shock as his final date before carnival. Hashtag snap shackle him on the streets. Nassir packed you. We'd love to see the pig. Nobody wants to see that. We'd say. See that gap saying he's not GonNa Carnival Insa finished third and Sarah. Would you consider this season of failure? Gap Get all depends on whether I'm GONNA WANNA sound boring here. How how they finished third whether they show forward progress if it's close if they're playing better if it looks like they're building something is if the kids keep growing into the team guys like bustle like loud thorough. Maybe even though by then yeah. It could be a positive. It's if they run them if not if they're way behind and Run Away with it any better. No it's negative Craig. I'll talk about it without Kane. No they can play with. Some success are bustling messing. Never never with. Your best isn't good thing you think. Hang gliding to ask Greg that very question that he just asked. It entered himself better without messing. We give you staying. Oh this is comfortable with. Oh we have police pointing point shack as power rankings allergy. No you love it. But we don't have rules gills defending let with Stevie or I five with Gabba. Please remedy immediately. I think cavs hourly financial every Good Steve Dia or missing. Does he still think there's a chance Liverpool might not win the League Is I said barring little green men coming on earth and deporting Jurgen Klopp saudi-owned mind Virgil Van Dyke Alison Trent off to Jupiter. I think it's pretty unlikely as cray getting royalties is Jack Greenish. Transfer agent checking. Who set some ask someone? You knew somebody. Somebody WHO's in Tim? Our reverse as Jack released a very good player. I don't know I've never met Jack. Really shrout. Let's not. Let's say that you normally meet your I normally No I suggest. He's one of the most talented players with the real big clubs in England. Plus you hug your pushing house watching some older highlights and remember that planes. Once able to steal the from goalkeepers as they dropped from punt this this had happened to shack. Good never remember load. Who is it was it Andy Dibble was his name. Gary crosby headed housing for remember. That is remember that at all on Youtube. It was always be. I think it was close by the ground in Nottingham. Oh who headed a? I'll tell you what I think is on line two. Hey did I and schooled. That shouldn't have been illegal Rights but the goal was given. I would never happen to me to the Christian Chelsea live from Manchester United. Have yet to score an away. Goal this season. That's true Chelsea female wobbly the bridge. I don't know that answering you have a question. I'm really nervous about tomorrow's match Shapiro and be nervous. What you got to develop Pearson should maybe get some reading comprehension skills and learn how to read the league table and does that you'll find that matches. You have scored away from goal this season. Maybe maybe the Fan. I don't know wherever you sit down with. That was one said now. Okay bye might never. Would this no time Craig time hoping that? Hr WILL NOT I was. It was said once that would score the really of a wind classic Entirely different a couldn't think off the top of my head But I know that it's by an up and opened up by school. The we are shocker. About soccer shocker. In Locker listen flavor. Also now you're saying well Un's Lynnwood Connor. How much stick would you give a teammate? If they have the the nutmeg that led to the second goal was it in the game. I don't care not not make. I don't care how he got through right. I would just annoy. You had to play as a run them through so easy. I don't care if Meghan aw poisoning team. He get through. Yeah right and he shouldn't be squeezed out in that area with the payer professionally. Nobody kid about not make Sydney growing up. That was a big thing. Yes yeah people again Romania. Just don't let them nutmeg. Meat for the most comical defendant back just how what about in training not makes people you see that the Palestinians. Yeah so I came to me really. Yeah Yeah do you see cal for Israeli worries about it. I don't give a gift that's it. Ast NFC's pack tomorrow Shack is arrest. Le- let me be pictures. This let me be your pictures peacefully. Thank you very much go.

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The Teacher's Lounge Ep. 1 Evaluation

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The Teacher's Lounge Ep. 1 Evaluation

"Higher One. I hope you can hear me okay. Today I'm trying something a little bit different, and then I'm going to. Somebody, that I'm record on video and hopefully be able to post on Youtube instagram other social media sites. And to make into a bit of a podcast episode. Something I'm going to be starting to A. talking a little bit about teaching. And so this is going to be the first. The first episode in a series I'm calling the The Teachers Lounge. Going to start a series of discussions around teaching. Because I've been moved to think more about what it means to teach. Especially now there were struggling with these issues around the covid nineteen shutdown. What it means for education going forward and the difficulties that. This new reality is presenting. So today I wanted to talk a little bit about how I'm thinking around first steps. First steps four teaching in this new upcoming school year. So these first steps. Going to touch on a few points that I go into more depth on in the first the first point. WanNa talk about is Expectations. One of the reasons I think that we saw. The end of the school year. Where a lot of students disappeared fell off the radar, so to speak is because when this whole cove in nineteen. Event took place when the shutdown took place students had. Expectations about what to do. And what was expected of them and that's entirely fair, I'm not complaining. I want to be clear. I'm not not attacking. They're complaining criticizing about the way things played out. Because how could you there? There was it was entirely new territory. Nobody knew what to expect. And there are still lots of unanswered questions and big question marks around. What's what to expect in the future? But a couple of things that I think we can check off about what to expect in the future. would be that. This is not going to be over when we head back to school in the fall. In fact, I think one of the things that we can make sure we can be absolutely certain about. Is is that we will probably go into distance, learning and shelter in place as a nation. On more than one occasion in the coming school year. And so that has to be part of the expectations that we put out there for the students. That they should expect, and we should be expecting to not be in the same room to not have. A consistent environment in which we're altogether to go over the content and to to discuss learning. That! It's going to be a mishmash. A Hodgepodge dog's breakfast I love that term I don't love the reality of that term, but I like that term. That that learning, going to be a real mixed bag. So the expectation is that we are going to have a rocky path in front of us. And that the Nations are being addressed by. Understanding Clarity Communication. Accountability. Equity. Responsibility. Both for teachers. And for students. That's I think where have to go with this. Starting out the year. has made very clear to our students. that. We have expectations of each other. And whatever happens whatever the future throws at us as a group as a as a cohort as a as a community of learners. That we are going to follow these expectations and hold each other accountable. So with that if those expectations are very clearly laid out. By teachers for students. Then we can expect. A greater amount of success and engagement from our students. Over, the course of what promises to be a very chaotic year. Clear expectations. That's where I want to start today. That's one start this discussion in the teacher's Lounge. Is I'm calling this? The series of of Communications! Clear expectations. Teachers need to lay how clear expectations even more now than they would on the very first day of school. Those first days of school. You know. Teachers always sweat them. Kids are paranoid and afraid. What to expect well. Teachers often spend a lot of time trying to put kids at ease on that very first day and we should continue to do that as teachers. But we should also ramp up the expectation talk. And say look this is this is worth it. He wouldn't be here. I wouldn't be here. And anything that takes us much time and effort. Is definitely worth it. You do the hard things because these things are worth with the hard things are worth. This is hard right education learning taking responsibility growing up. That's the hard stuff. Teachers are here to help. That needs to be expressed as well. But expectations. Lane out what they can expect. And what is expected of them? And this year I think we have to take as teachers as educators I think. We have to take additional time. To. Make sure that that is. A discussion that doesn't just and go often times you know, maybe maybe I'm not the only one who noticed, but oftentimes those first days come and go in a rush of excitement is kids are back from the summer? And they see their friends again and those those important papers in those important you know guidelines, rules, expectations talk. They kind of cut. Go out the window. I know I've often told kids that I expect them to read the syllabus for my course, and they never do. I can almost guarantee they won't. You know in past years I would often use my syllabus as as the foundational piece of my course and I would go back to it and make the kids pull out that syllabi or that syllabus and. And referred to it read it with me so that they knew that I was looking at it. It'd be an I expected them to look at it. So the syllabus became something that I. Constantly brought out again and again. And if kids lost it or threw it away I gave him another copy, and if they lost that I gave him another copy because I expected them to throw it away. But I also wanted them to know that I expected them to know what was in it because I was holding them to that expectation. So. This year. The expectation has to be a little bit different than in past years. Whereas expectations might have been something around. You know doing homework. Behavior in class communication respect. Those are all there of course not getting rid of anything I'm only. amping up all-terrain in adding to. What we would already do teachers. Because this is a different year. So, The expectation that I would add. would be that. There's more expected of students in the future because we're not going to be together because we're going to have to face adversity, and we're going to have to not have the con- The consistency. that. We have grown accustomed to in the past. So. I would make that very clear. I expect more of them. And they can expect more me to. Write in order in order to overcome the difficulties of distance, learning teachers like myself and others are going to have to. Change, our game. You know. Do More of what. Needs to be done. Lot less than what has worked in the past. So growth opportunity and that can be scary for teachers as well as for kids. So! I would explain to them that I am expecting more of them. And they can expect more of me in terms of outreach. Compassion consideration second chances that those are things I'm willing to extend definitely. I think I think that's a no brainer. But of my students I would make it very clear that the following things. I expected them more this year than in past years. And that's an understanding on their part that they understand that patients are going to be greater and different. I also expect them to. Work on their own. I'm going to be using the flipped classroom model and I'll talk more about that in another teacher's lounge. Message that's coming in the next couple of days. But I'm going to expect that. They make the most of the time we do have together. The flipped classroom model puts a lot of expectations on students to do. The work the passive learning outside of class. If we are together in a classroom, I can't have my students show up to find out what they need to know. They need to walk in with questions about what they don't understand already. To make the most of the time that we do have together. I can't do the passive learning and the active integration the deep dives. The inquiry questions. I can't do all of that. In the short amount of time. That I'm GONNA have the small number of students that come to my room. You know past years I've had thirty six in a classroom. Had five classes of each. I don't think that's going to happen this year. I mean I don't know how you can fit thirty six kids in a traditional classroom, each six feet, apart, wearing a mask and maintaining that social distance the whole time. Schools weren't designed for that. So the expectations that we're going to have to approach it a little bit differently. We're GONNA have fewer kids in each class. That number is being worked out right now, but it's GonNa. Be Less not more. That can have benefits. We'll talk more about that another day another day, another teacher's lounge message. But I would make it very clear to my students that because there are fewer of them in front of me, and because there is more time away from each other that the expectations they're gonNA. Turn off and get lost, and and and and give up. I expect them to fight on. Through adversity. And to know that I'm there to help them if they struggle. And I can text I can pick up the phone I can email. I can do a video chat. I can do anything. I can be there just not physically. All the time. And I would make that clear to them I expect them to reach out to me if they struggle and I expect them to show up having already gone through that struggle at least once. They don't show up all the answers. That wouldn't be what they wouldn't show if they did have all the answers. There's no reason for them to show up. They had all the answers. But I want to show up with all the questions. I wanted to show up with all the questions. And then when we're together, I want to answer those questions with them, not for them with them. Because? I'm not going to answer the questions for them for the rest of their life. But I'm going to each them how they can have the skills necessary to answer the questions for themselves. To their satisfaction for the rest of their life, critical thinking. What lies the heart of my teach critical thought. How are these kids going to think critically when I'm not sitting next to them or standing over them or sitting or we're talking in front? So, they should show up with the questions and walk through those questions together and. I'll also tell them that they can expect me to. Give them more questions. To deepen their understanding. And they should also expect an I make this promise every year. This is not a new expectation. It's probably going to be a new approach, but not a new expectation. What are the expectations? I tell my students to have is that they will be better at the end of our time together than they are at the beginning. I feel like that's a basic expectation that any educator can make of. Themselves and offer as a promise to their students that by being together and going through this journey, and and learning these things in gaining these skills, they will be better. At the end. Then they are at the beginning. I kinda couch it to them in this way, and this is part of my first day speech I say look. this. This is not going to be easy, but it's going to be worth it. And If. It was just easy, or if I didn't challenge them in. Call them out. Well I? Mean think about that. Think about that. In terms of anything other than teaching an academic class or in my case US history. Suppose you showed up for a sports team, baseball, softball, volleyball, football, and and suppose you lost every game by huge lopsided outcome. Football, let's go with that because it's so popular. Why, but it is. And suppose you lost football game sixty four to nothing, but the coach said Oh good job. You did great feel proud of yourself well. Okay I suppose, but she. Would you call that a good coach? Would you WANNA be a part of a? Tradition that left you know better off at the end than you were at the beginning, but me gave you pat on the back. Anybody can give you a pat on the back, and we all should give each other pats on the back nothing against. PATS on the back. But I think we all know that that's not a good coach. Now would not be a good teacher. If, a student athlete. Is consistently underperforming and not getting any better. The question has to be asked. What's that teacher doing? To improve the outcome for that team for that athlete. Or if it's a teacher for that student. So I tell them. I won't accept. Falling Short, Failure is. A learning experience. and that's another lesson. Another topic for another teacher's lounge conversation. But I, you know. Let's walk through those failures together and learn from them. Right. Failures only bad if you don't learn from it. And then I will push them to grow and learn from their failures. Learn from their shortcomings so that at the end they are better than they are at the beginning. That's I. Think what learning is all about? That's what teachers are all about. Good teachers. So the expectation is that they will try that. They will have a greater investment at the beginning of the year that they have more on their shoulders more responsibility for their own learning. But that they're going to be supported. And they're GONNA be improved. All throughout that experience. So clear expectations. That's my message for today. I WanNa just mention that. This is the beginning of a series I'm calling the teacher's Lounge. where I'm going to be talking about teaching. My approach. Ideas that I have. And I invite your comments. Invite your questions. If there's a topic about teaching that you WanNa hear about. Three questions that you want answers to. I can't guarantee odd have them, but I'll definitely give effort and energy to finding out what other people think about it. I want to encourage you to send messages comments suggestions. and. I'll give you a shout. Definitely give you a shot up. If, you're interested in learning more about learning I also want you to check out study doe dot Org. As well as the steady job. FACEBOOK group that I've started. Going to post a lot of information on those pages. If you go to study Dojo Dot, think if dot com, you'll find the course that I have recently put out there. United States. History to eighteen seventy seven I'm going to be using a lot of the Maya best ideas around teaching around the teaching of the curriculum in US history I at least the first half of the school year. And I encourage you to consider signing up for that course. And walking through that journey with me as well. Any, well I'm going to wrap. It, up. Just wanted to say. Thank you for listening and. I hope that you'll subscribe to this. You'll give us a like. You'll spread the word Hashtag. History Dojo has hashtag studied though Joe Hashtag Teachers Lounge. And let others know. That this there are there are conversations. Being had about this and that you can be part of it. Intelligent caring compassionate teaching is. Essential work. First responder work. and. Right now just seems ever more important that we understand that and that we bring our voices together. To remake education. In a better way. My Name's Tyler Rust I'm a writer for history Dojo. I'm the e learning entrepreneur. It studied. Oh, Joe Dot! THINK IF DOT COM. And really grateful for you being here. Thank you so much!

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The Teacher's Lounge Episode 1: Evaluation

HistoryDojo

20:05 min | Last month

The Teacher's Lounge Episode 1: Evaluation

"Higher, one I hope you can hear me okay. Today I'm trying something a little bit different, and then I'm going to. Somebody that I'm record on video and hopefully be able to post on Youtube instagram other social media sites. And to make into a bit of a podcast episode. Something I'm going to be starting to A. talking a little bit about teaching. And so this is going to be the first. The first episode in a series I'm calling the The, Teachers Lounge. Going to start a series of discussions around teaching. Because I've been moved to think more about what it means to teach. Especially now there were struggling with these issues around the covid nineteen shutdown. What it means for education going forward and the difficulties that. This new reality is presenting. So today, I wanted to talk a little bit about how I'm thinking around first steps. First steps four teaching in this new upcoming school year. So these first steps. Going to touch on a few points that I go into more depth on in the first, the first point WanNa talk about is Expectations. One of the reasons, I think that we saw. The end of the school year. Where a lot of students disappeared, fell off the radar, so to speak is because when this whole cove in nineteen. Event took place when the shutdown took place students had. Expectations about what to do. and. What was expected of them and that's entirely fair. I'm not complaining. I want to be clear. I'm not not attacking. They're complaining criticizing about the way things played out. Because how could you there? There was it was entirely new territory. Nobody knew what to expect. And there are still lots of unanswered questions and big question marks around. What's what to expect in the future? But a couple of things that I think we can check off about what to expect in the future. would be that. This is not going to be over when we head back to school in the fall. In fact I think one of the things that we can make sure we can be absolutely certain about. Is is that we will probably go into distance, learning and shelter in place as a nation. On more than one occasion in the coming school year. And so that has to be part of the expectations that we put out there for the students. That they should expect, and we should be expecting to not be in the same room to not have. A consistent environment in which we're altogether to go over the content and to to discuss learning. That it's going to be a mishmash, a hodgepodge dog's breakfast I. Love that term I don't love the reality of that term, but I like that term. That that learning, going to be a real mixed bag. So, the expectation is that we are going to have a rocky path in front of us. And that the. Nations are being addressed by. Understanding. Clarity. Communication? Accountability. Equity, Responsibility. Both for teachers. And for students. That's I think where have to go with this. Starting out the year. has made very clear to our students. that. We have expectations of each other. And whatever happens whatever the future throws at us as a group as a as a cohort as a as a community of learners. That we are going to follow these expectations and hold each other accountable. So with that if those expectations are very clearly laid out. By teachers for students. Then we can expect. A greater amount of success and engagement from our students. Over the course of what promises to be a very chaotic year. Clear expectations. That's where I want to start today. That's one start. This discussion in the Teacher's lounge is I'm calling this. The series of of. Communications. Clear expectations. Teachers need to lay how clear expectations even more now than they would on the very first day of school. Those first days of school. You know. Teachers always sweat them. Kids are paranoid and afraid. What to expect well. Teachers often spend a lot of time trying to put kids at ease on that very first day and we should continue to do that as teachers. But we should also ramp up the expectation talk. And say look this is this is worth it. He wouldn't be here. I wouldn't be here. And anything that takes us much time and effort. Is definitely worth it. You do the hard things because these things are worth with the hard things are worth. This is hard right education learning taking responsibility growing up. The hard stuff! Teachers are here to help. That needs to be expressed as well. But expectations. Lane out what they can expect. And what is expected of them? And this year I think we have to take as teachers as educators I think we have to take additional time. To? Make sure that that is. A discussion that doesn't just and go often times you know maybe maybe I'm not the only one who noticed, but oftentimes those first days come and go. A rush of excitement is kids are back from the summer? And they see their friends again and those those important papers in those important you know guidelines, rules, expectations talk. They kind of cut. Go out the window. I know I've often told kids that I expect them to read the syllabus for my course, and they never do. I can almost guarantee they won't. You know in past years I would often use my syllabus as as the foundational piece of my course and I would go back to it and make the kids pull out that syllabi or that syllabus and. And referred to it read it with me so that they knew that I was looking at it. It'd be an I expected them to look at it. So the syllabus became something that I. Constantly brought out again and again. And if kids lost it or threw it away I gave him another copy, and if they lost that, I gave him another copy, because I expected them to throw it away. But I also wanted them to know that I expected them to know what was in it, because I was holding them to that expectation. So. This year the expectation has to be a little bit different than in past years. Whereas expectations might have been something around. You know doing homework. Behavior in class communication respect. Those are all there of course not getting rid of anything I'm only. amping up terrain in, adding to. What we would already do teachers. Because! This is a different year. So! The expectation that I would add. would be that. There's more expected of students in the future because we're not going to be together because we're going to have to face adversity and we're going to have to not have the con- The consistency. That, we have grown accustomed to in the past. So. I would make that very clear I expect more of them. And they can expect more me to. Write in order in order to overcome the difficulties of distance learning teachers like myself and others are going to have to. Change Our game. You know. Do More of what! Needs to be done. Lot less than what has worked in the past. So growth opportunity, and that can be scary for teachers as well as for kids. So. I would explain to them that I. AM expecting more of them. And they can expect more of me in terms of outreach. Compassion consideration, second chances that those are things I'm willing to extend definitely I. Think I think that's a no brainer. But of my students I would make it very clear that the following things. I expected them more this year than in past years. And that's an understanding on their part that they understand that expectations are going to be greater and different. I also expect them to. Work on their own. I'm going to be using the flipped classroom model and I'll talk more about that in another teacher's lounge. Message that's coming in the next couple of days. But I'm going to expect that they make the most of the time we do have together. The flipped classroom model puts a lot of expectations on students to do. The work the passive learning outside of class. If, we are together in a classroom, I can't have my students. Show up to find out what they need to know. They need to walk in with questions about what they don't understand already. To make the most of the time that we do have together. I can't do the passive learning and the active integration the deep dives. The inquiry questions. I can't do all of that. In the short amount of time that I'm GonNa have the small number of students that come to my room. In past years I've had thirty six in her classroom. Had five classes of each. I don't think that's going to happen this year. I mean I don't know how you can fit thirty six in traditional classroom, each six feet, apart, wearing a mask and maintaining that social distance the whole time. Schools weren't designed for that. So the expectations that we're going to have to approach it a little bit differently. We're GONNA have fewer kids in each class. That number is being worked out right now, but it's GonNa. Be Less not more. Can have benefits. We'll talk more about that another day another day. Another teacher's lounge message. But I would make it very clear to my students that because there are fewer of them in front of me, and because there's more time away from each other that the expectations they're gonNA. Turn off and get lost and and and and give up. I expect them to fight on. Through adversity. And to know that I'm there to help them if they struggle. And I can text I can pick up the phone I can email. I can do a video chat. I can do anything. I can be there just not physically. All the time. And I would make that clear to them. I expect them to reach out to me if they struggle and I expect them to show up. Having already gone through that struggle at least once. They don't show up all the answers. That wouldn't be what they wouldn't show if they did have all the answers. There's no reason for them to show up. They had all the answers. But I want to show up with all the questions. I wanted to show up with all the questions. And, then when we're together, I want to answer those questions with them, not for them with them. because. I'm not going to answer the questions for them for the rest of their life. But. I'm going to each them how they can have the skills necessary to answer the questions for themselves. To their satisfaction for the rest of their life critical thinking, that's what lies the heart of my teach critical thought. How are these kids going to think critically when I'm not sitting next to them or standing over them or sitting or we're talking in front? So they should show up with the questions and walk through those questions together and. I'll also tell them that they can expect me to. Give them more, questions. To deepen their understanding. And, they should also expect an I make this promise every year. This is not a new expectation. New Approach but not a new expectation. What are the expectations? I tell my students to have is that they will be better at the end of our time together than they are at the beginning. I feel like that's a basic expectation that any educator can make of. Themselves and offer as a promise to their students that by being together and going through this journey, and and learning these things in gaining these skills, they will be better. At the end. Then they are at the beginning. I, kinda couch it to them in this way, and this is part of my first day speech. Say Look. This is this is not going to be easy, but it's going to be worth it. And, If it was just easy, or if I didn't challenge them in, call them out. Well, I mean think about that think about that in terms of anything other than teaching an academic class or in my case US history. Suppose you showed up for a sports team, baseball, softball, volleyball, football, and and suppose you lost every game by huge lopsided outcome. Football. Let's go with that because it's so popular. Why but it is! And suppose you lost football game sixty four to nothing, but the coach said Oh good job. You did great. You feel proud of yourself well. Okay I suppose, but she. Would you call that a good coach? Would you WANNA be a part of a? Tradition that left you know better off at the end than you were at the beginning, but me gave you pat on the back. Anybody can give you a pat on the back, and we all should give each other pats on the back nothing against. PATS on the back. But. I think we all know that that's not a good coach. Now would not be a good teacher. If a student athlete. Is consistently underperforming and not getting any better. The question has to be asked. What's that teacher doing? To improve the outcome for that team for that athlete. Or if it's a teacher for that student. So I tell them. I won't accept? Falling Short. Failure is. A learning experience. And that's another lesson another topic for another teacher's lounge conversation. But I you know, let's walk through those failures together and learn from them. Right. Failures only bad if you don't learn from it. And then I will push them to grow and learn from their failures. Learn from their shortcomings so that at the end they are better than they are at the beginning. That's I. Think what learning is all about? That's what teachers are all about. Good teachers. So the expectation is that they will try that. They will have a greater investment at the beginning of the year that they have more on their shoulders more responsibility for their own learning. But that they're going to be supported. and. They're gonNA. Be Improved. All throughout that experience. So clear expectations. That's my message for today. I WANNA. Just mention that this is the beginning of a series. I'm calling the teacher's Lounge. where I'm going to be talking about teaching. My approach. Ideas, that I have. And I invite your comments. Invite your questions. If there's a topic about teaching that you WanNa hear about. Three questions that you want answers to. I can't guarantee odd have them, but I'll definitely give effort and energy to finding out what other people think about it. I want to encourage you to send messages comments suggestions. and. I'll give you a shout. Definitely give you a shot up. If you're interested in learning more about learning I also want you to check out study doe dot Org. As well as the steady job facebook group that I've started. To, post a lot of information on those pages. If you go to study Dojo Dot, think if dot com, you'll find the course that I have recently put out. There United States history to eighteen, seventy seven. I'm going to be using a lot of the Maya best ideas around teaching around the teaching of the curriculum in US history for at least the first half of the school year. And I encourage you to consider signing up for that course. And walking through that journey with me as well. Any well I'm going to wrap it up. Just wanted to say. Thank you for listening and. I hope that you'll subscribe to this. You'll give us a like. You'll spread the word Hashtag. History Dojo has hashtag studied. Though Joe. Hashtag Teachers Lounge. And let others know. That this there are there are conversations being had about this and that you can be part of it. Intelligent caring compassionate teaching is. Essential work. First responder work. and. Right now just seems ever more important that we understand that and that we bring our voices together. To remake education. In a better way. My Name's Tyler Rust I'm a writer for history Dojo I'm the e learning entrepreneur. It studied. Oh, Joe Dot, think if dot com. And really grateful for you being here. Thank you so much.

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Special Episode: Twitter Trends - Manny Pacquiao

Stories Philippines Podcast

30:08 min | 2 months ago

Special Episode: Twitter Trends - Manny Pacquiao

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Skyrocket Your Productivity using These 37+ Work From Home Tools

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Skyrocket Your Productivity using These 37+ Work From Home Tools

"Hello and welcome to the success. Unscrambled by Auburn on my focus continues to be to help at the Even Japan's become visible using organic marketing strategies. Soda The scale business quickly on gained time jumped in each with their loved ones so in today's episode. We'll be looking at what thirty seven remote working tools to ten x your productivity you ready. Are you cheering your hair out trying to find the best renewed working tools to get stuff done whenever there is crisis on suddenly to isolate yourself from others? You realize you need to change the way you work in the POSS. It was easy for you to meet clients prospects face to face the toward of not being able to. Chapman colleagues in the same office can increase your stress levels. It is no secret that we are so accustomed to human interaction that to some extent we take for granted. Maybe you are an extra by nature on the needs to self isolate as Deacon you by surprise. So what do you do in this particular? Episode BALLOON EVOLVED OVER. Twenty seven to that will give you the best remote booking software and accessories that you need. So why considering more willing to now but it is weak. I was cutting posts and comments on facebook when I noticed a single mother of Looking for help. She is spending her fame workload as if she office but she's finding it difficult you see. This lady has to conduct conference goals by BANANAS ON PROSPECTING. Kohl's while still minding a young child it got me thinking if I were in her institution. What will I do bearing in mind? The I have twenty four hours a day having to eat at ten hours a day while while minding a four year. Old What I would do if I wouldn't shoes is still look smarter on us the best tunes to eat at process. Of course I would also finance That will keep them busy. Doing news important business. Interactions Working Smarter. Those need that I will now need to try and accompanies more business tasks in less time or even the same amount of his tasks less time so how to look smarter at this point. You're probably thinking how to reduce co would be working from safe ten dollars to six a secret service is too. I find those tasks that can be completed in time. Also if there's anything that can be done vence I will get touched on why my child is finally. If there's anything that can be patched together then I will get those completed in huge chunks. So here's a few examples of what I mean number one US an op to take notes during meeting a meeting. So Manja taking notes actually slows down the call on that would process of that Interaction Reduced Meeting Times from sixty minutes custody. Five minutes wherever possible create templates for each type of reports or documents use that his reputation repetitive record. Every call Webinar will meeting. He's into different software. So you might be for example using a select zoom and you might WanNa use something else to do a recording in the background just in case something goes wrong. At least he's GonNa recording a backup recording somewhere. Avoid UNNECESSARY MEETINGS WE APOSTLES I know obviously in business in his a whole lot. Easier easier to pick up the phone and have a discussion rather than you know calling rather than sending emails back and forth back and forth to Kaifi a topic but if it is your stock you really need to get things done but having to Jerusalem colds try to avoid meeting or call or whatever it is as much as possible and on the message must be as clear and it was the same question. You're answering all the time do Template that will answer the most frequently asked questions. Prepare a strict agenda and get approval from war parties. So somebody come to meeting and you have a loose idea of what's going to take place in the meeting of people run off in different directions however if you have a very strict agenda of what you're going to cover this. Meeting step-by-step yes. You can be a little bit flexible but trying to run off in rabbit holes otherwise the meeting goes on for much longer than Thanh you on. Tcp ensure that everyone is aware that your time is precious because some people might assume she has a whole lot of time on it can rumbelow. What my honey and doing what? I'M GRINNING BACK. Garden on how the weather is all sorts of scenes trying to avoid that outsource labor intensive rapid repetitive tasks. If possible so he might have a rapid relative fastballs off a phone. Call six example. You've you have a recording on audio recording off thirty five minute meeting you can either Take that obviously if using Mentioned to you can have written for much and you need to take that reaching out to the client or whatever you can hire someone who is one of the ten dollars an hour. Whatever it is to fill in the blanks on official minutes meeting Document that can then send onto client or to superior or to a colleague so try and reduce that outsource it to someone else. You know just focused a lot. Which is the next one delegate. The delegate other team members to complete non-core items so he savings on your core thing is creating a social media calendar for clients month-on-month goal captions. Something like that. And that's your core thing you do you outsource at someone else. Everything can be outsourced. Then on you could just focus on the things at your core revenue-generating piece of work so as you can see just by making a few small adjustments to the way you approach your day always allows you to free up very precious time right. So let's look at those studies have been removed to that. Make you look even clever to use appearance. Add to your clients. So let's spend some time looking at those tools that will help. You caught the time you would normally buy say. Fifty percent on the categories are as follows. Mind mapping the new creation you editing he research generating headlines Writing Social Listening Immigration Vehicles Conferencing Project Management Team Collaboration Social Media Marketing on client contracts Productivity at work comes in soy different formats that it is difficult to know what you need to your face that the problem. So here's that list so that you know To freaky fullback when you're ready to get a two but have you save time in money. Okay mind mapping. So what? Ten years ago I was introduced the concept of mind mapping. I have to confess that at a time. I was not very appreciative. The benefits of using it until about three to five years later many belief that you should use two different. Also mind mapping on brainstorming but it depends on the way you. Your brain works tree tools. I found you so for my mopping These applications here for X. Line by my all time favorite because it's so easy to use it if previously had sort of guests up unclogged sink to each other but is no longer available. But if you don't need to thank showed us. He's a desktop version. And you'd be happy as Larry so I do. Have a screen shot in the show notes. He's a head on over to SUCK FAST. Unscrambled that come remote working tools. That's remote dash looking shoots so in the example. I've I've a screen shot and I wanted to create a weekly log principle so I use a mind map to help me sort of trash out of flesh out what it is. I wanted this principle to do people. What can they do to a full? What can I create? That will benefit the likes. Like a hydro SORTA skype on in my head what I wanted by by tomorrow's finish mopping ECHINACEA clearly to include. What a different elements that will actually give body to my prospects. Mine might Mr remind me still if you prefer a colorful with lots of bells and whistles than you may prefer to use my east It's m I N D M E S Sorry Emmy I S. C R on a phone on four one was excellent Isis X. M I N D So if you prefer delusion beside the one at you need you need left again. A screen shot initial as you can see what it looks like on then. Kogel is another call my option You see it. It has a more corporate look and feel to it compared to the other two so there are several options available in the market. But these are the three that I would recommend you do use for now. Obviously you can go and do. Your own thing was oh video. Creation is up next and as you probably heard by the yet when he twenty one it is expected that view marketing council eighty percent of content marketing activities video can be created in several different formats and types for example there of lyrical and horizontal videos. They're also talking head animation screen recording and many other kinds of the use of this episode. I will highlight at least one of one sulfur from each of those three different types. Fifth up we've got a MIC pro- Ever since I learned about this particular APP if years ago I follow it superior to standard video captured. Apas on your smartphone it is possible. I S and enjoyed on it gives you a whole lot of professional features that are not even available on a DSL camera. Yes who that right on DSL camera. I even gifted copy to my daughter so that she can use for youtube videos. Quick time is a great apfel capturing recording of your screen. Won't giving you a empty us able to get started. I am currently using that to record this podcast episode. Soak quicktime is to me. It's you know it's so good And I know is only available mocks. Abc and sorry but a grid alternates if a PC is something called Lou which is a chrome extension or you can also use screen. No Magic It's a great option to do screen captive computer if you use NBC all. You can use this as well. And if you are creating high-quality courses you might WANNA countries in combination. That is not to say that you can't give it a three to create causes some people. WanNa Might WanNa create of course is valued at say ten thousand dollars a pop then they might. WanNa use the best of the best and that's fine. You can use confusion but for anything else that you can use that screen loom or quicktime. Duty is a popular solution is used by. How much does it? Professionals Secrete Animated Videos created an automated video county a lot of times when compared to creating a token video. And you have to be very creative. Because he literally have to come up with the characters where you wouldn't have placed and you know what you want him to say etc etc video. Editing is up next after creating those videos you will be happy to note that there are several applications available to help with editing. I have to say that the task of video editing is not for the faint heartache because it can take a lot of time it can bring a level of frustration. He never knew existed until you have completed. Your Projects Fend Mora. A great application is available for Machen. Pc although it is not free it does come with a one time price touches. Yay can use all the rest of us. I put lease at every single week. To edit my podcasts and videos on just gets the job done uses call Laura Knight Adobe Premiere Rush is up next. If you're looking for something a little bit more upmarket way. There isn't a huge learning curve than you might WanNa concentrate. Adobe premium rush one thing it has is the ability to easily make enemies social posts onto seamlessly size videos. The audio editing is also a little bit higher. Compared to FAMARA and only drawback then is pricing is monthly so anyone who is really serious in the content creation will tell you that they used adobe premiere pro Genostim Confused is adobe premium rush bottom premium proteins. Which is a next level up from from Tim? Moron Rush A. I did training on this software recently and I can tell you that it's the class. The cost drawback is that the pricing you can is laundry at a huge drawback. Booby Learning Curve. Can Be Quite Steve. It's not as easy as the other. Two applications we even more stylish or more as easy than Complexity increases Russian providence. Even harder Kim's learning right so we have key would be up next whenever you decide to create content. The thing when one of the things that you WanNa do a picketing topics by using Akiba Joe Hashtag Anything like that as you probably know that the tons of different things of you but when it comes to Kiwi such however here is a list of Kea research tools that would have received a truckload of time that you've probably never heard of yourself. Okay I one on the Keyword Research Department is key would. That's he would add. N D I T or one would ask you need to head over the summer fest. Unscrambles DOT COM forward slash? Remote looking to find the show notes about what I'm going on hear about this too can be labeled somewhat genius because it not only gives you popular tunes used on one of the world's most visited platforms Read it it. Also has a linked context way is used skype and how it is used in other words it drops you right in the middle of an ongoing conversation Secret is up next. Might Knicks. Skokie would research to Because it really brings you back to the basics if you ever found yourself using jog on industrial language what you need to dump things bit so you wanted to make sure that leap aldgate honest with what you mean. Then you need look at a CD looks at. It is awesome for that head on the website and lean on TV. 'cause they don't want to go on span entire podcast episode on what? Safety Woods Shoot exploding cupcakes is up next if you ever wanted to get ahead of the coup and find topics that are about to become super popular and this is a to that you need. According to the tagline the help you find a rapidly growing topics before they take off. You have the ability to search for topics by time periods. Like one month six months one you know. Even five years You can filter usage by category as well all right. That's enough about chemo research. Let's take a look now at generating headlines if you have been in business for some time you understand the importance of creating headlines or titles facts just get the click is you are not as we even are not all born copyright. Does it means that we need to use to available. That will help us get those clicks so here my favorite story headlined analysis tools. The first one is schedule. Had Headline Analyzer. It's created by the folks at Kushtia. Do this can help you take your headlines. New Level you simply needs to place your headline in Von keep tweaking. A skull above seventy percent seventy Advanced Marketing Institute has the headline analyzer. If Israel remote working who is very symmetrical Shedu but you often get different results when using the same title for books so savior exemplify might tighten is whatever it is. I think it into the coach. Analyzer I get one result my stick that same headline into D. A. M. I. Advanced Marketing needs to tech EXEC results. Which is Japanese Quite interesting if you have a marketing mindset you you sort of value. The different stare serve give. You immigrated come to after tweaking seeking a title one feature. I like about this mythic Headline Alan. I'm Elisa. From advanced marketing introduce is a talented type of audience. That is more likely to respond to your title. The next headline generator is what portents you are. Tnt I leave you with that as the last of the three. I have to warn you that it is a bit over the top now it's really OTC big time. I breathe like do is that. It's housing to think outside of the box. Oh sometimes medicating ideal generating ideal headline some sort of which until gene and you can go tie there whereas potent has the wheel shocking into thinking. Oh I'd never think about looking at it before so anyway head on over with additional it's you'll see Example of that screen shots for all three of them up next week. What writing so many writers have different habits to help them achieve their goals? Or do I mean by this. Well I've heard many see that they prefer a plain screen with outside vase as those defined those jar distracting others need to have everything else in the company just switched off so no no tabs icons menus. Nothing must be just a blank screen Whatever your preference. I'm showed at the as a to every writing out there. In the meantime here three tools like first one is a story of a story. It is a free to level up by the folks at Copy Hawkins that House seats achieve your writing goals. The one which I like a story is the ability to do research online on. Save it to your children project. Fi chrome extension super grateful google scholar using Google scholar on you. Captain Research from their gratitude to use his can story. I'm actually setup all the different projects and you can see the different projects Gore topics catching looking on in terms of writing evernote. Another great tool. That helps frightened Writing from any kind of device you can be writing for me to mobile ipod. Who DESKTOP TABLET DESKTOP EVERNOTE? Is that cool to that segments? You're writing projects octopussy to see more of your work. At a glance the Major Chore Back Is Not. You have committed violence. And if you're like me you're right a lot between two thousand and ten thousand one like I do Dan. You might find this bit. Better bit restricting. But I've got good news simple. Which is the next to the greatest alternatives evernote? And it's typical. It's just simply called. Simple note Hilton evernote on its release to us. You'll be happy to hear that it's available on. Irs ENJOYED AS VELEZ MC NBC. On for now it's one hundred percent free. Social listening is up next a great way to keep your fingers on the pulse of what is happening on. Social media is by doing some social listening. If you've never heard this before it's simply means listening to your Hornets uncompetitiveness in social media this can be accomplished using sort of hashtags topics. Engagement on keywords. Three tools that I recommend for this here. They are in nope ticket water. The first one is three tech. If you want to get the lowdown on what's happening in your niche twitter specifically than three is one of the remortgage view it not only gives you realtime results on Smith accounts keywords and Hashtags let you also gets Trending hashtags in real time and I have a screen shot initials to head on over to Success. Unscrambled DOT com slash. Working toots tweet reaches up next if is going to sound little bit confusing initially but a tweet as the name suggests it measures the reach of specific Hashtag Reach is it allows you to see the number of people's Hashtag when you was placed on your when you created when you publish the post on social on his show. Practical boot speech is a tool that is very race in the tweet deck It allows you to do social listening across several platforms. Not just up. You can integrate it. Which instagram and facebook youtube an interest again of Nafta conditional as you can have a look at that so next up immigration although the need to use videos mocking continues to grow Alarming rate is important not to neglect usefulness of images. You've probably never probably hood also recommendations from several bloggers and small business owners about which do his best but after using several different applications. My top to the following Kanda comes with both a free paid version. Which many advantages flow using the pro or paid vacation briefly? I find that using the free version continues to be an attractive option as it is so flexible about what you can do with it. Yes it does come with many free templates standard on you can also purchase templates from many places. Al Also Berlin conditionals awaken also get more more templates for for pinterest phone. Conver- wall to use on conver- Princess and twitter and Instagram League initials that head over to successful Come Remote Looking Jilts my preference is to tweak what is already came in Pinterest or the social platforms Pick monkey is a remote looking to that is grateful creating images Awesome quantity the isn't a free version like conflict but it does give you a lot of accidents in terms of what you can accomplish using that tool. So just for the record I've also use gills. That are also using the PAS from Republic which is coach Peyton patriots free. I've also used relate thoughts and I have used at these sign with A silicon all of those three But I'm my son by by top recommendations. Would have to be a convent big monkey simply. Because it's kind of unexplained Shrek Sibal gets kind of itchy to use Lewis Design with out on so is Really Dot. It's kind of restricted. I just find him to blocking whereas these tools kind of pick monkey MO- more flexibly. Nobody can give you but feel free to look at the three if you're curious to have that so video calls us up next since it may be difficult to meet face to face. The next best option is to do video. The three things look artful choosing the best of is for your leads. Following reliability integration features on price is nothing worse than having that goes song right in the middle of a presentation way to streaming has a huge dog. This is why my preference would be for these services. At Gopal to gift. You stuff is zoom. I have used several video conferencing software over the years including the Cisco Webex gotomeeting. Google hangouts skype abused them. Used them at a dominion that have mentioned here and I've used them. The truth is the only one that did not give me an embarrassing experience is sue. This is the reason why I have X. Number One it also allows you to cast to facebook live but that option can be quite pricey. I think it's fifty bucks one seven Tutti five and fifty bucks a month just to get live streaming strict to your facebook. Life Am Bluejeans is up next and you can block compared to the other heavy hitters. Lucina does a very attractive entry. Price on next zoomed. There is a free level at forty minutes. Go meeting but entry never price will not break the bank either. The good news is stock. You have the ability to broadcast to facebook. Live as well at it. This savings you use meet in the office Travel Office five days. A week The money use Augusta. Use the office every week if you take that. Redirect that budget to He video conferencing platform like blue jeans. Or wherever the prize when he compared like like it's actually cheaper to house to to them invest in a blue jeans or one of them because the overall cost of travel daycare. Or if that it's it's a whole lot cheaper all right so project. Management is what we have. One of. The requirements and working from home is neat to collaborate on projects in the last five or seven years they have been so many. Applications launched Africa's on management that? I wonder if they is too many enemy here. My favorite APPS FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT. Trello is one any everywhere you go. Everyone is talking about the amazing application called travel. The free version does offer he. Lana features that you can use to run an entire client project. However the paid version hasn't advantages with secret. Papun called Bucknell and what what does is that. It automates you'll Overtime loons what you do moving projects from one bit the others Jeddah on an ultimate that few time. Asana the two that stands right next cello for me in my opinion is Asahi. User interface is easy on the eyes when you compare each retrial on. It's easy to use your given to differently outs to run your projects including the convent and stunning views. Assigning individual task my project team members is super simple on act when the tasks Duke for completion. Next one we got is it'll so I it. All the time on is probably the most powerful tool I have used in longtime it covers a wide spectrum of project types on it even comes with ready need templates so that you can get started right away. It also has a whole lot of different views calendar view to kind of view. I mean I think four or five different views which is so impressive. this spreadsheet features out also pretty impressive as well okay. The next section beach called team. Collaboration one of the important aspects of working in an organization is ability to collaborate within the team environment. So just in case you want a difference between a project management tool a team. Collaboration is one some of them Vote Team Collaboration and project management in one whereas Team collaboration you can just collaborate without having project management especially if you have no pushback management kind of environments if you're in sales on a seem a seminar project together team. Collaboration is a much better solution for you. Compared to project management to whereas if you can in software development or marketing than you probably want to have a team collaboration project management because you know you guys WanNa talk to each other and you want to collaborate on piece of liquid booker to you that you have law by project input on aspects of It's ability to collaborate within a team environment on this environment is difficult to fossil when everyone is looking from the own homes a you will have ever been exposed the stages of team building. You know that every team goes through four phases these phases include a forming storming norman underperforming. And if you've never heard about it before this look it up. Online not gonNA spend a long time into podcast on taking it off by talking about the different stages of team collaboration. However in the meantime we can head on with the show. Notes at success UNSCRAMBLED DOT com forward slash remote working tools. Find out more in order to get a world class high-performing team there must be for everyone to communicate collaborate remotely here is a list of removal tools that ideal to help teams to successfully through those phases so slack in last scientists of news is one tool that will buy songs due to its ability to have a wide range of teams globally slack was launched in to the marketing to eighteen on has grown from strength to strength would he is as a disruptor of the speeches co op too. I use it in a number of team environments loads and I must say that I was absolutely on its capabilities. I love the shortcuts. 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Trumps Secret Weapon (Ep 1176)

The Dan Bongino Show

1:01:02 hr | 6 months ago

Trumps Secret Weapon (Ep 1176)

"Get ready to hear the truth about America on a show that's not immune to the facts with your host. Dan Bongino on Gino. Some of the people here have been incredible. Warriors the warriors and there's nothing from a legal standpoint. This is a political political thing and every time. I'd say this is unfair. Let's go to court. They say so. You can't go to court. This is politics and we were treated unbelievably unfairly unfairly. And you have to understand we. I went through Russia Russia Russia it was all Bush both okay. The verdict is in. It was all listen folks up you know. I have a friend of mine. WHO's a former police detective? He is a no. Bs kind of guy. He texted me yesterday. He's like this may be the greatest press conference ever. Do you understand like this is where the Democrats keep blowing it in the media like this is what everybody loves about President Trump. He talks like we talk and he gets upset when we get upset and he doesn't sit back and take the BS that the Democrats have lobbed at us with the media for what fifty or sixty years now while we casually casually sat back and took it said no no no let everybody take the high road we need to be the better people. I'm done with the hardest more high road when the Democrats want to take the high road in the medium. AMP civil again. It stop accusing the president states of being a traitor and a Russian asset. Then maybe we'll join him on the hybrid tool venue. Capanna Bay wet one on my caboose. Welcome to the Dan Bongino show. Joe How are you today. It's Friday it is Friday. Thank you for that open. I need that because it is Friday eh reporting so far ladies and Gentlemen I WanNa get to this. I've got a loaded show free today. Everyone who emailed me yesterday fascinated by all the shady connections now between the clean it ends this Russian Intel project and that new story. 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It's backed by signs. Don't let muscle soreness continue to be an excuse for living an active lifestyle going to Max. Health Dot Com Promo Bongino and feel relief. Best all right Joe. Let's let's go all right. Joe Sharp on the trigger finger there with the button. You'll get the inside joke there so as we said this is what people love about President trump ladies and gentleman. He is a fighter. The left pokes fun at us. Because we say that you guys think president trump is a fighter. Well you guys can continue to lose elections to them because that's exactly why people supportive support. That's who he is. Yeah he's a brawler. He's a street brawler and he always has been and it's interesting because Peggy Noonan had a piece up at the Wall Street Journal this morning. And listen I like I peggy a lot She's been around a long time. She was a speech writer Ronald Reagan and she's been she writes. Very pieces are very very eloquent. Awkward there well done. I don't really agree with her a lot on things I mean. She really dislikes the president. She sees the president as being unpresidential and she's into kind of the pageantry intrigue the office so she wrote this piece at the Wall Street Journal which is designed to take a shot at the Democrats. Peggy Noonan Wall Street Journal. Today Headline the Democrats Unserious Week now how to take shots at the Democrats for their absolute disaster meltdown. At the caucuses. Ladies and Gentlemen Joe Show we're going to have a result in the presidential. Is it election before we have an actual result of the Iowa caucus which is quite hilarious. That's not funny. No it is. It's HILARIOUS DEMOCRATS WHO WANNA plan our economy. It's crazy and our healthcare system can't even count votes in the Iowa Caucus. We could said big bird from sesame street out there to help them. We Jay's advocates. Send them an advocate. Aj Go send an abacus out to the Democrats in Iowa. They want to figure that out. You're right what do you do here. So so the gist of the article is this. She's taking shots at the Democrats for two things. They're complete collapse in the Iowa caucus to show any elements of serious at all. They can't even count votes seconded by Nancy. Pelosi's abominable performance at the State of the Union. where she completely collapses and melts down starts making faces rips rips the state of the Union speech now she takes a shot at trump there too and she says well you know trump's not presidential basically either and again with all due respect to Peggy Ladies and gentlemen? I'm not buying this argument at all. I think the gift of Donald Trump. And what's really going on here. It's been a profound dismantling of the myth of the competent Super Scientific Ryan typic- planning based government can figure out your life. I thanked trump for that. You may call them unpresidential. I don't buy that routine at all. President trump talks like one of us because he is one of us and the idea that we're supposed to treat the president with Barack Obama. George W Bush Bill Clinton or anyone else soon as these superhumans not subject into gluttony rage anger envy and the seven deadly sins. We're all subjected to and that we should then because they are these superhumans give them power to Lord over our lives our economy our kids education. Our business do red tape our our healthcare system to keep us alive the idea that these hooper competent people that we should trust them with our lives. It's been entirely dismantled and I I'm not kidding. And I- credit the President President for assisting in dismantling the myth and exposing who the wizard really is. As Jordan Peterson. A really terrific writer writes in one one of his books. Ladies Gentlemen the powers with us. Clean your own room. I A good friend of mine. Thomas once said we're the leaders we've been waiting for we. We asked US where conservatives we believe in the power of the individual and the family these small units that God is empowered with strong bodies and strong minds. I gotta we. We don't try to wax philosophical today. Just here to tell you that I think Peggy's article taking a shot at trump for being unpresidential and then taking a shot at the Democrats to. I think they both did us a favor. Nancy Pelosi exposed this exposed to the Democrats. How small petulant and tiny they really are and president trump talks like a normal person showing you that the president is just a normal? I like everyone else. Stop entrusting these people with the power to Lord over your lives. The gift that trump is he gives you back a lot of your own money. Do Tax cuts the gift. The trump is that he's giving back families the power to school choice which you made a focus of his State of the Union address to pick for the rookie. Pick for you. He doesn't want to spend your money for you now if we could get them to sign onto the big cuts in this government budget everything would be peachy creep all right moving on so you got a lot to get through to want to go anywhere. Peggy Noonan asks in the piece which is important Joe Question I wanNA post you. Do you think this we we could get any worse for the Democrats well the Iowa Caucus meltdowns been a total joke yeah. Nancy Pelosi humiliated herself in our Party. And listen I don't care what the radical left tells you. Nancy Super Nancy there on twitter. Hashtag Nancy's the past. We Love Nancy script. She looked ridiculous. President trump gave a tour to four speech and she sat there pouting outing like a child. She looked outrageously ridiculous. I don't care what anybody tells you. So can this week at any worse. Well before we came on the air this morning can it this week got a lot worse. Now I've got practices. Look at yes I had some practice again. Joe Snows the inside joke. Verdy down this okay. They'll tell you that story another time practice. What am I looking at right here? YouTube dot com slash bungee. If you WANNA watch this show but don't worry audio listeners. What I have up on the screen right now is the jobs? Report came out this morning piece by the Wall Street Journal Wall Street Journal Central Banking. US Economy Ed's two hundred twenty five thousand jobs the hand ury wages and the labor force participation rate is up. Joe This is an explosive number folks I never get hyperbolic about the economy. The government spending too much. I'm worried about a lot of things. But this is an explosive number. This is indications of a flourishing job market job market so good the unemployment rate went up. Well Dan appointment. What do you mean did you screw that up? No it's not a screw up. The unemployment rate went up to three point six percent because so many people who were not looking for work who weren't counted in the unemployment rate in the past because they're not looking are are now piling back into this explosive job market at are now being counted as job seekers so many of them that they're even overpowering the massive number of people people who got jobs in January. So this is a tumor. More people are getting jobs. Two hundred twenty five thousand jobs in January and because they're neighbors are getting jobs house people who are like I'm not working anymore who are probably on government benefits or some social program are now saying you know what maybe I should start looking for work to which is actually taking the unemployment rate up. Pull little bit because now they're being counted in the fraction. So the answer to the question I ask Joe which was not a trick. Can this week at any worse for the Democrats is a resounding. Oh Yes oh Yes dan yeah now I am. Listening to new cycles. Goes quick and I want to get bollock. When it comes to prediction? The new cycle could change next week and people could forget about. I'm just telling you what this data point in time. The the Democrats are in a world of trouble. There's no way around it. Ladies and gentlemen not all right lot more to get to today folks. Please stay tuned. I want you to miss anything in the show today. So one of the things I covered yesterday were these absolutely frightening. Connections between the Clintons. Spy Gate plotters but I want to put it under the banner. That's easy to understand that I've been using this line repeatedly at a starter resonate with a lot of you out there. Some of you posted on my facebook who've been emailing me and it's this headline they all know each other these deep stairs. All of them. They're all connected again. I know that's not surprising to you. But it's part two with that matters they all know each other and they are all hiding something and by hiding something I mean. They did things that they don't. Don't want the trump administration God forbid and a first or second term where you just have to worry about reelection to uncover because when the American people see what they're hiding it's it's going to be disturbing now. What I mentioned yesterday is they are desperate to shut up anybody who touched this skoko project in Russia it it was a very simply a Russian technology project? They tried to emulate Silicon Valley over in Russia and our own intelligence officials which walked again slowly. Because I've got another cherry on top of this thing for you. Today I wrote intelligence officials discovered later that this technology project in Russia was really an effort to to steal our technology by the Russians to create weapons using that technology. Yes to kill us now. If you say well that sounds really bad. That's because it is. Yeah that's really big Joe. Now let's walk through the solely because I want a pile on a little bit hat tip to a source of mine. Who gave this to me yesterday? which kind of adding to this yesterday? So showing you. How deeply tied the Democrats? That's some deep state. Republicans and others are to this Costco Project and these deep status. Don't want any of this to get out. I WANNA walk through what we went to yesterday. First piece from Salon Dot Com. This is important because it's going to set up just how bad the ties between these people and as I always say follow the money from Salon. John Dot Com. They had this piece of exposes the Panama Papers and we find out from this piece that Michael isikoff reported. Note that two of Clinton's biggest lobbyists blunders the Clinton Lipton family. They had these two lobbyists and bond who are raising money for the Clinton guys. By the name of Richard Sullivan David Jones our principles and affirm that until late last year represented presented the Russian Direct Investment Fund a sovereign fund founded by Vladimir Putin. Everybody clear to Clinton Michaelides fundraisers money people Sullivan Donovan. Jones were also involved with this firm that represented Russia's sovereign wealth fund co founded by Vladimir Putin. Kinda strange page nine trump was guilty of Russian. Collusion oh I told you I'd tell you what they're hiding moving on so now. We know these people raising money with the Clintons these lobbyists bond and there's no them are working with this Russian direct investment fund managed by Putin. Here's the Russian direct investment funds own website. Where we find out that they were partnered up with skulk of Oh oh sounds kind of like I have the power you need that you need castle grace skull in this so the Russian direct investment fund is partnered up with Skoko talk about this technology project in Russia this technology quarter which has been alleged stealing our technology to create weapons to kill us so Clinton lobbyists others are associated with a firm represented this direct investment fund associated with the skulk of all projects? The owner of technology. Yet crazy. How this all happened? They all know each other. And they're all hiding something weird crazy Diana West. I put it this piece up yesterday from the daily caller. Go through this quick. Come up repeating yesterday's show for no reason. I just WANNA make sure. We're all grounded because this is a complicated story but not when we lay it out simply so the Russian direct investment firm Rep by these Clinton Lobbyist butlers is is associated with Skoko and Skoko is what well if you read Diana West piece. It's in yesterday's show notes Bongino Dot com slash newsletter. If you WANNA get the show delivered to your email box Hillary's hypersonic missile gap by analysts. Let's go to screen shot one from that piece where we find out that Skoko did what no way this. This is an army intelligence brief from twenty twelve. US Army not rushing are US United States for the Liberals listening so they found out. That skoko isn't Skolko. VAM vicious enterprise aiming to promote technology transfer generally by inbound direct investment and occasionally selected acquisitions. Wow that sounds nice ask such skoko is arguably way we let me read this rate. My getting bad as such skoko is arguably an overt alternative to clandestine stood industrial espionage with the additional distinction that it can achieve such a transfer on a much larger scale and more efficiently. Wow so the US armie you died as dot the US army was worried that the scope of our project associated with Russian Investment Fund tied to these Clinton bundlers could be stealing our technology and creating really bad stuff. That could kill us no way as Diana West goes on at her piece. Strange that Bill Clinton wanted to go meet on a trip over to Russia paid for by this Russian bank which was associated with the uranium. One Deal Hillary Clinton approved steel. Our uranium. Yeah that's kind of crazy. Clinton wanted to meet with this Guy Victor Berg when he went over to take that five hundred thousand dollars a speech in Russia. Bill Clinton and who's vexed Berg crazy but he's an executive at Skulk Oval. WHOA ooh that's just nuts? So Clinton Lobbyists Bundlers Rep this direct investment fund in Russia which is partnered up with skolko run by Berg and others. Clinton wants to meet with Vicksburg Bill Clinton in Moscow and he goes to Moscow because a Moscow bank renaissance capital title. Pushing the uranium. One is paying bill five hundred thousand dollars to speak there while his wife State Department. Hillary Clinton is looking over the uranium one deal last part of the Dan Westby skiing. We went through this yesterday but this is important so the examiner has easy meals that are shocking about Skoko and they show that the Russian technology projects spoke of always championed and driven. By Mrs Clinton she seemed to love. SKOLKO COCO. And what are you know. Seventeen of the twenty eight tech companies that hitched up with Skoko also contributed to the the Clinton Foundation. My Gosh what are the chances that could happen to follow the money folks. I'm seriously considering writing another book. I know I said I wouldn't because I have so many projects going on but seriously I'm seriously considering writing another book about this stuff because connections are so incredible edible. You'RE GONNA need it in a manifesto. This gets better. Let me show you a facebook book. Post from Skulk Abo- Yes the Russian technology project designed to steal our technology to create weapons to kill us is an actual facebook post the SKOKO Skoko Foundation facebook former Intel the US company Intel former Intel President Craig Barrett Craig Barrett the need for Skolko and Skoko Institute of Science. Technology is more important now than ever with the world economy slowing down. Innovation and entrepreneurship are more important than they have ever been. So this guy crazy which is funny by the way at the bottom of the facebook post you see an article from Skoko again. Vex Oberg we're ready for skulk Vo two Max Berg The guy who was going to meet with Bill Clinton on the trip to Moscow paid for by the bank pushing the uranium one deal while Hillary was the State Department that this secretary. I think this is crazy. This is great this is club. We didn't move diagrams so Craig Barrett Intel from the they. They make the chips and stuff. What was he doing over there? Remember Ladies Gentlemen these elites and these these these folks out there in the swamp. They're they're all the smart ones and we're all idiots. Surely this Guy Craig. Bear wasn't involved with a Russian technology project at the FBI and others were warning about smart for that definitely. Yeah come on definitely John. Let's go to Washington free beacon piece from two thousand sixteen which will be in the show notes. Oh today again Bongino dot com slash newsletter. I'll email this right theory mailbox. You need to read this article from two thousand sixteen by Natalie. Johnson awesome at the Washington Free Beacon. You need to read this report. Russian government initiative gave millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation. Obviously it's about Skoko now. Let's look at this clearly. This Guy Craig. Barrett wasn't involved with this project. That could have been stealing on our stuff right. Well let's go to the Washington. Free Beacon piece. Wow apparently it wasn't only a- Craig Barrett but John Chambers of Cisco and a member of the skoko foundation donated between one and five million to the Clinton Foundation. Oh my gosh. What are the chances that Intel formerly headed by Craig Barrett who served on on the border Skoko and the Clinton Global Initiative has given between two hundred fifty and five hundred thousand of the Clinton Foundation? Really the piece goes on. Oh does it go on quote the FBI and the US Army determined that Skoko had transformed into into a quote dangerous pathway for Russian technial technological espionage this is unbelievable and boosted the military's technological of capabilities. Many SKOKO research project used dual use technologies meaning. The operations have both civilian and military uses. The reports sent final paragraph paragraph. Quick amongst coca those technological. Innovations were Russian hypersonic cruise missile engines radar surveillance equipment equipment and vehicles built to deliver airborne. Russian troops. Peter Schweitzer wrote in The Wall Street Journal at Peter Schweitzer so Craig Barrett from Intel. And this other guy from Cisco are involved with the Clintons are heavy donors also involved solve with this Skoko vote project that the FBI has repeatedly warned is a front to steal our technology to create weapons to kill us. While it's partnered with the Russian Direct Investment Fund Rep by people involved in a company who were Clinton Lobbyists bundlers while Hillary Hillary Clinton was pushing companies to join Skoko Hillary Clinton she was supposed to re read representing American interests. While some of those companies seventeen out of the twenty eight that went over there donated to the Clinton Foundation. Now folks to be fair here. I don't know Craig Barrett's motives but you think this would have been a red flag the FBI and US army warnings. This isn't just Democrats. I don't know the party affiliation. I'm not interested but you are never going to believe who Craig Barrett is married to get ready for this one. Put up this article from there. What is it easy central? If this doesn't Piss you off I don't know what will Senate Confirms Arizona's Barbara Barrett as the next Air Force secretary. Aw Come on come on nothing. That's his wife Airf- therefore aren't we starting to way just so we're clear on this. Yeah Disa- were clear on this Craig Barrett who was involved with the SKOKO project who the FBI in US army have worn the government. They're stealing our technology to create missiles that can evade our missile defense system which are air forces now probably probably trying to develop technologies to counter the Russian hypersonic missiles using technology. They stole for us. The effort is being led by these guys wife was involved with Skoko. Go to hell. I Yeah I have no explanation ladies and gentlemen for why anybody would. Did you miss this. Do you think the Dan Bongino show fat. This stuff we're giving to you. Ladies and gentlemen is all out on the open Internet. Why do you think we put together the Youtube Channel again YouTube dot com slash? Bongino if you WANNA watch. Why do you think we did this? We did this so I could show you. Visually soundbites soundbites and snapshots could show you that. This stuff is all on the Internet you can find. Nobody knew this a SNOB. It's all a conspiracy Baresi theory. Yeah sure folks he gets better. I want you to purchase this better. It gets worse. Just hang for a second because on the other end of this I'm going to show you. Who Else was associated with skoko including the Clintons? These spouse of our Air Force secretary who else was associated with Skoko and how skoko ties to spy gate and everything. You're seeing now cookie today. Show also brought to you by our good friends. I WANNA welcome aboard to the show. Our friends at blue by pieters easy get blue vine dot com slash Bongino Blue Vine. Ladies and gentlemen. You want to check them out today. Running businesses is enough of a challenge. Securing extra cash flow doesn't have to be through Blue Vine. 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It's easy and it will provide meaningful help your business in as little as twenty four hours very easy to use this promotional offers subject to terms and conditions and that can be found at get blue vine dot com slash. Bongino go today. Don't be left behind in your business. Okay so getting back this. I think we've reasonably established here and folks to be clear I want it. I want you to understand what I'm doing because I'm not a Democrat and please don't ever call me a journalist because that would be insult we actually do news here in facts. I don't know these people's motives I'm not by any stretch accusing them of breaking any criminal. Laws I WANNA be clear and then it's not some disclaimer. It's just the fact you'd be responsible. I'm simply suggesting to you that what's out there. If you're willing to to see it is a network of people all seemingly aligned against president trump's interest who all know each other are financially connected to each other and and are clearly hiding something whether that's something is criminal investigators. I hope we'll find out one day or if it's not but the unethical unethical. Swampy elicit kind of nature of this is definitely worth taking an extremely hard look at. So now we know. Clinton bundlers Clintonistas Clinton companies that donated the Clinton Foundation all associated with this Russian project. And SKOKO where they're for stealing technology to invent weapons to kill us which I find fascinating. Who else was involved in this? Check this out. Here's a Russia beyond article. This is going to. I mean if it can't get any worse all out there for anyone to see Russia beyond Skoko Foundation switches hands quote the former minister of Education. Concurrent presidential aide for Shinco has been appointed to replace Deputy Prime Minister of Laddis Vladislav Circa as supervisors at Sococo so. This is from twenty thirteen. who was running skoko disguise? Surkov Surkov Radislav Circle Wherever you heard this name before. Well he's President Putin's architect that was his nickname Putin's various campaigns remember. Yeah I remember that name Surkov so now we know Surkov was involved involved in skulk of Ot. You may say Dan. You said you were going to connect this to the whole spy gate trauma. How did that happen? skoko spy gate. Uranium one banks paying Clinton involving what uranium one while Clinton goes over to meet with expert running the skulk of old project. Well let's look at this little note pad here. What is assist notepad? What is that? That's all I know. Pets not even my handwriting. That is the notepad of one Kathleen Cavaliers at the State Department. Yes the State Department run formerly by Hillary Clinton when she was secretary of State. He's handwritten notes you looking at and in those handwritten notes. She's taking notes based on an interview. She's having with coup. Oh Christopher Christopher Steele Christopher Steele. You mean the guy who allegedly wrote the fake dossier use the target president trump. Yes that Christopher Steele not the man of steel not Clark. Kent can't Christopher Steele and in those handwritten note she has this. Just Kinda nutty. Wow this is what those mind-blowing won't with where Christopher Steele tells her who were you who is sources are for the whole takedown trump fake Russian collusion narrative. That's been exposed as a legendary very hoax. And who does he say. Well if you notice right below that circle there you see it's two sources are Russian Intel Guy yes one of the head of the Russian Russian Intel Agencies Start Your mic off and right below that in really awful penmanship you see the name Cirque off can possibly be yes sid can. Because that's who steal saying sources were so you're telling me Vladislav Surkov the guy involved in the Skoko project stealing feeling our technology that Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton promoted tied to Craig Barrett who was a donor to the Clinton Foundation. Shen whose wife is out of the Air Force secretary that that project was being run by a guy named Surkov that Mrs Clinton's paid political hatchet man Christopher Steele Jio who put together the fake dossier used to spy on trump that that Surkov that guy running scope vote was allegedly steal sources. I'm just telling you what Steele said at Para fate. They're really steals lying because where you can't have it both ways either your Christopher Steele source. What's that Hillary Clinton paid for to SPY ON DONALD TRUMP is entirely full of crap and you weaponize the FBI the CIA to spy on Donald Trump and his campaign to pay both here and overseas based on a source you knew was crap as just lying about circle or number two? He's not lying and Christopher or steal is now admitting that he used the Russians to collude to create a fake dossier. You can't have. There's no option C.. Either Christopher Steele is telling the truth Earth and the what Vladimir Putin's architects and a guy involved with a Russian technology project he was colluding with him to create a fake dossier to spy on a presidential oh campaign in the United States or Christopher feels completely lying about his Russian sources and they use the fake documents to spy on the United States Senate campaign. There's no option C.. Makes you kinda wonder if Surkov was whether do a third party or directly WANNA steal sources meaning meaning that he talked directly to steal it. He talked to someone who talked to steal. Did he talk to Trubnikov. talked to steal because you know Trubnikov new halpern helper they were buddies halpern whose helper helper the guy who spied for the FBI and the trump team member that the guy who was emailing Carter page tried up Popadopoulos and page remember that. Remember that guy. He's TRIPTYCH TRIPTYCH offices buddied. You know that makes you wonder. If Surkov wasn't fact the source for steel. What was he up to? Skoko guy got moved out of skoko supposedly Putin was a little mad atom stories. A little deeper than you thought as my grandmother used to say God rest or soul. Eileen Sadler greatest woman I ever met. That was my other grandmother. Not The one recently passed but she used to say I says as I says everybody's got something to to hide. They all know each other. They all claim to know each other if they don't know each other they're lying which is even worse. Money has exchanged hands here. And they're hiding the the fact that if Christopher Steele story is true they in fact colluded with the Russians probably to hide what was going on and Skulk Abo- to get rid of Donald Trump knowing donald trump will become president. One day I find this out. It gets better folks as always so the whole basis for the fake Russian collusion narrative was the steele dossier. Ah Christopher Steele claiming he used cirque off the former Skoko had is a source. The steele dossier is a hoax. It's fake none of the information is accurate. It it's garbage. It's not even worthy to be used as the basis for the trump team collude with Ukrainian scam was not the steele dossier. Folks many pieces of John Salman a great report out so so the Russian collusion scam was based on the steele dossier. The basis for their argument the left that Oh trump with the Ukrainians quid pro quo with the census. All all the stuff started with the passing of a Black Black Ledger to our government through Democrat operatives. What was the Black Ledger? The Black Ledger was allegedly. A copy of a series of cash payments made the trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort who's now obviously subject to This massive criminal investigation. Where he's been? I mean it's unbelievable. What's happening happen in a matter? For but you understand that investigators Gatien started because Ukrainians notably Sir Hey Lukashenko and others associated with him are alleged to pass that Black Ledger Edgier to people in the United States saying hey look at these illegal cash payments may demand for it. Everybody track that Joe. You got your idea. That was the whole basis of the trump and his team or engage in this stuff in Ukraine. The Black Ledger Black Ledger. John Solomon has an explosive new piece in the show notes that you have to read set his new website just the news check it out again. Bongino DOT com slash newsletter. If you want to read it key witness told t muller that. The Russian collusion evidence found in Ukraine was fabricated. Aided folks this is this is incredible so now now do we. We don't only know that the steele dossier was a total hoax a complete fabrication. We know the whole basis to look into Manafort for Ukraine which was based on these blackledge. Look at this ledger. That cash payments meet the MANAFORT. Get a load of this muller knew from the start this crap to according to Rick Gates in an interview. He gave them the Black Ledger document which suddenly appeared in Kiev during the two thousand. Sixteen scene election. Wow convenient timing. There showed alleged cash payments from russian-backed politicians in Ukraine to X. Trump campaign manager Paul manafort. The ledger was completely Lee. Made up cooperating witness metaphor business partner Rick Gates told prosecutors and FBI agents completely made up in a brief interview with just the news gates. Confirm the information in the summary. The Black Ledger was a fabrication gates. said it was never real and this fact has been proven true. It was not in the account handwriting. They they had no records of these cash payments. At all ladies and gentlemen it was a hoax so you may say. How does this tie into the everybody knows each other? And everybody's hiding something. Well I told you what they're hiding with the Russian collusion steele dossier the steele dossier. It was a hoax designed to switcher attention from what the Democrats are hiding. which is there collusion with Russia on the SKOKO project the Democrats are hiding with the impeachment? Scam which is now over. And the trump did devolved into a quid pro quo. With Ukrainian to investigate him is if the Democrats collusion with Ukrainians to create a fake piece of evidence submitted into the US justice system which was later uses is a predicate to target Paul Manafort who has now been convicted of a crime initiated on an investigation based on another hoax. The Democrats colluded with the Ukrainians and everybody serious people know it clowns in the media. Continue to ignore it now folks. I've asked you before I'll ask you again. If you don't mind humbly requests you pick up my second book on this exonerated available on Amazon and Barnes and noble because we go into this in detail and it's important. My book exonerated talks about how they tried all this before especially on McCain and other campaigns. It's going to be important if I decide to write a trilogy and a third book on this because that's going to be the theme of this follow the money and they've tried this before you pick up exonerated. Some of the stuff is going to really blow your mind so check that out. I haven't I haven't mentioned Dan. You know what I hi I think that this show number is going to be willing to remember Eleven seventy six. It's an incredible show work into it. Yeah and we have. I've been exposing what sadly sadly no one else is talking about. Yeah thank you I appreciate that I appreciate the compliment. Thank you very much all right. We got one final sponsor today. And then I've got more the whistle blower soft coup. Yeah Yeah Yeah No. I'm not. I'm not done yet. The today show also participated stamps. Dot Com listen. Posted rates have gone up again thankfully stamps dot com eases. The pain with big discounts or post office retail retail rates would stamps dot dot com. Say Five cents off every first class stamp and up to forty percent off shipping rates. Say huge savings at adds up especially for small business like ours ars. WE USED STAMPS DOT com. When you say the US? I'm sitting on anymore. 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Then you keep talking about some of your top before because it just keeps getting better this red state article article which you can see in yesterday's show knows and it is about the fake whistle blower colluding with this guy. Sean Moscow in January of twenty seventeen and over her talking about a plan to remove president trump from office bred st colleagues overheard. We have to youtube censor this of course fake whistle blower and Sean Miss go discussing passing how to remove trump from office. It's a great piece so follow me here. I'm not fake whistleblower. Who made the complaint? To the Inspector General Michael Atkinson who conveniently worked in the Justice Department that spied on President Trump. which was run? Division by Giancarlo was Bob Schieffer said but we leave that for yesterday's show the fake aac whistleblower who made the complaint about President Trump about a quid pro quo. When this call that never happened by the way so it was a fake whistle blower? Because there's nothing to blow the whistle on. It's crazy that January twenty seventeen. He was overheard by colleagues talk. January twenty remember that January twenty. He was overheard by collies. Talking with this. This Guy Sean. Moscow on the national security. Who now is working for Adam? Schiff again I'm sure it's just the big winky dink right there about how to get rid of this president. You know what's really bogs here. I'm GONNA hat tip one of our listeners. Do this up on my facebook page. Here's a tweet from this attorney. Of course Joe totally unrelated to tweet this attorney Mark Zaid's in January of twenty seventeen right as these two guys involved in the fake whistleblower complaint are talking about basically a coup to get president trump out of office so right around the same time this guy mark responding to a tweet by Jake. Tapper says quote the coup has started the first of many steps Joe Hashtag rebellion saints such vote. He's such wusses. They think they're in a movie. Hashtag impeachment will follow ultimately Hashtag lawyers such frauds. Listen I hang around my entire life life around genuine tough guys. I'm serious. I'm not telling you I'm a tough guy. I'm not interested. I'm not there's always someone tougher. I'm just saying like legit. Spent a lot of my time around people who really fight for a living and her super tough. Yeah these guys are not in the empire strikes back or something valley and whatevs dude. Now Joe let me just ask him and oppose us in the form of a question again. Yeah Dude wouldn't it be insane like bugs bunny looney Ludi tunes time if the same lawyer who tweeted in January two thousand seventeen that many steps were to follow. The coup has begun. There's a rebellion. Impeachment is going to happen in January of two zero one seven yeah right as the fake whistleblower and Moscow working for Adam Schiff now are plotting to Overthrow the president. Wouldn't it be absolutely bonkers. If that guy was their lawyer be will really weird ago. Yes Yeah Elmer Tanks Helmer. There's no way that could be accepted is of course. Here's a Fox News hat tip. Greg read this. Great reporting coup is started Jordan. The whistle blowers attorney said 2017 posts calling for impeachment. I am not kidding. Look at the screen shot from this piece. I am not messing with you. Convenient timing no this is the lawyer. Mark Zayd what are the attorneys representing me intelligence community. I'm GONNA throw in fake fake whistle blower our at the center of the Democrats impeachment inquiry tweeted conspicuously in January of two thousand. Seventeen Fatty Koo has started at impeachment will follow ultimately folks folks again. If we had a media even remotely interested in facts they would be digging through this like modern day. A A Watergate the Woodward and Bernstein folks that's right but they're not they're not if you're not watching this show you're not watching Hannity. You're not following Sarah Carter and John Solomon Jeff Carlson and Chuck Ross and Mollie. Hemingway and Sean Davis I mean the list is extensive extensive in too long decide on the show. You missing everything so a lawyer. Who represents the fake whistleblower blower tweets January of two thousand seventeen that a coup was started and that many steps will follow while at the same time? A colleague over. Here's the fake whistle blower and a guy now working for Adam Schiff talking about a coup. This is three years ago. Three years ago this was happening. Those tweets from January two thousand seventeen that conversation about the coup by the fake whistleblower is three years ago in January of two thousand seventeen. Please folks tell me again. How would the deep state isn't real deal? It's all a big conspiracy theory the swamp it's a talking point. They all know each other. They they are all hiding something. The fake whistle blower was Joe. Biden's point man on Ukraine. Yeah the same Ukraine Joe. Biden's kid got got a job with no experience paying eighty three thousand dollars a month. The same year in two thousand fourteen Biden was out in public openly. Talking about it we was going broke. Wasn't going broke after that. The Biden family so sad. You know just quickly because I do have a lot to get through still even now to all all of you out. There sanitation workers correction officers architects truck drivers electricity. I say steam team fitters and ten knockers. Because my brother a union electrician and the always love those names for the unions. They're all you people. Work for a living is a serious question. I'm messing with you here. Are you not embarrassed that these complete losers these greedy envious gluttonous slobs swamp Brat Junkies who are addicted to fix of being empowering cash in their big checks. Aren't you embarrassed that they have power over our lives they are and you know. I hate the word literally because it is literally the most overused word in the English language and used inappropriately. They are literally the worst of us. They are greedy gluttonous Matz. Who will do anything to stay in power and cash a check at our expense spence while we go out there and make this country actually run the medicine keeping you alive the food keeping can you sustain the clean water out of your pipes making sure you don't die of thirst? The teacher's teaching your kids. They're the people people that make this country run and yet in government. That's supposed to work for us. We worked for these idiots. The coup is started. How do we overthrow the president? We pick a fake whistle blower this fake whistleblower. This guy guy gets to decide but his buddy and Adam Schiff office and a two bit lawyer while they're protecting a two bit vice president who's clearly covering up for his Kid who leveraged his dad's name to engage in a bunch of a elicit nonsense overseas to cash in at the tax payer expense. Because now we have to investigate this garbage embarrassed embarrassed you know. My the grandfather was a great man. Frank Bongino greatest man. I ever met. I`Ma Kidding about messing with I sat there when he died at Saint. John's Hospital on Queens Boulevard. Right across the street from Queens Center Mall One of the saddest days of my life and he was a proud man and look me in the eye and you know what he said to me. He said I need you to leave. I can't have you. You see me like this. And he died hours later. This guy fought in the battle of the bulge. What he never bragged about it one day in his life matter of fact he asked him about? He said I WANNA talk about. He owned a fish store in Harlem filleted fish whole life. We got to work for these Matz disgrace but a disgrace messing with you man. I'm serious really total freaking BS. This is greedy slobs. And I'm supposed to be clear so we can tie this up and you get emotional on your but right. I'm supposed to be upset. Joe Just to be clear on this. I'm supposed to be upset according to Peggy Noonan because Donald Trump said bolt yesterday. I'm supposed to be upset about that just to be clear that in my triage of needs trump. Who's draining this fetid stinking Sofer dominated swamp? It smells Dell's like rotten eggs. I'm supposed to be pissed because trump's calling bs on them hard pass again peggy. With all due respect seriously hard pass which abro which I know you are. That's the reason we work. So altogether sky works for a living to got the battle scars to prove it worked around real people doing real stuff getting up in the morning and going to work and it sucks and nobody likes getting up in the morning and putting on their damn works using going to work but we do it working for these matzos will be dude. Freakin this grace. It is so much stuff. I get two pages today all right quick. I want to wrap up the show but I had this the bunk section yesterday and get you but I do want to get to it today because Paula didn't I think I get through all this and I'm going to because I'm committed just three quick debunks I need for you. The bunking liberal is. It's always been one of the things we do on the show. So you're hearing now now that the trump economy is flourishing again that it's not due to the tax cuts because the tax cuts are only for the rich. I'm tired of this. It's a dump talking point but again in the interest of giving you the ammunition initiative you need to argue with some of your silly liberal friends. Don't know what they're talking about. Here's a piece for Americans for tax reform little snapshot from them showing that the tax cuts were in fact working for for the middle class but numbers do matter facts and data matter. I know not to liberals but they put up some interesting data here about how the tax cuts largely benefited the middle class. Ladies and gentlemen that the people who are making in the income bands from roughly forty to sixty thousand dollars are the ones benefiting largely from the tax cuts. That's not hard to figure out ladies and gentlemen the average American family making incomes and again forty two eight hundred forty two ninety looked. I'll just go. I'll quote the data point directly a family of four with an annual income. Seventy three thousand dollars median family income. We'll see a tax cut more than two thousand fifty eight dollars. That's a fifty percent reduction in federal taxes again. If you believe in data then the middle class got a significant tax if you believe in liberalism. I'm sorry look in the mirror and just kind of wonder what you're doing because you're getting bs by a single co parent with one child. We'll see significant tax cut as well so complicated folks. The data's right in front of you all you gotTa do is look at it. Secondly so first myth median family. Tax Cuts Thanksgiving for the rich so BS garbage. The second talking point during the election in race relations got so much trump's and racist race relations are often with the president trump. PJ media piece just the poll race relations have improved dramatically since president trump took office again. Ladies Jemma but don't let any of this getting away bad ideas and you're stupid narratives. They just took a poll and the Polish that this is by the way is in the show notes. You can read the articles yourself race. Relations have gotten better by the way. It's a Gallup poll case. You think it was a pole at Bongino dot com or something where we just like randomly put it on twitter satisfaction with race. Relations has increased fourteen percents. President Trump's inauguration again. Let's flush another liberal stupid narrative down the toilet bowl. Here's the last one interesting article from National Review. Of course you're going to hear during the campaign is you always especially with Bloomberg running now are as most powerful lobby in the world. They spent so much money to influence elections show. How many times have we? I heard that one probably for the last fifty sixty years. Yeah well. Here's David Harsanyi. WHO's really terrific National Review Mike Bloomberg versus the imaginary all powerful gun lobby numbers matter so of course if you're a liberal and you don't understand facts data and say well clearly the NRA spent so much money they by politicians thousands and everything? It's their money that really matters. Well let's do a quick comparison between the NRA and Michael Bloomberg quote David Harsanyi National Review. Let's put this listen perspective. Bloomberg has in just a few months of running for presidency paid attention Joe. This is really this even blew my mind. A messing with you. Blooberg is spent around two hundred million a few months in the Democratic primary now clearly the NRA spent more jobs are always telling you the truth very well if government. Well you'd be wrong because Bloomberg spent approximately one hundred ninety four million dollars more spent on it average near and lobbying one hundred seventy million more than the. NRA Spent Ali entire sixteen election. Just if he could hear the gravity of these numbers. Should he hit you like my gavel Michael Bloomberg in just thank you and the Democrat noted anti-gun grabber hater of sugary drinks met former mayor of New York City now. left-wing Democrat radical. Tom Has spent in a few months. Thirty million more dollars the NRA spent in the entire twenty sixteen election but again Democrats lecture me again about big money and politics. Oh you're getting the double-barreled Barreled Index Ranger. Because I'm trying to keep it. Family friendly nothing. Do you understand nothing. These people tell you it was true to what you want registers Democrat. I don't care it's not my thing. I'm a conservative. I will register as a Republican for the rest of my life. Do your thing. I'm simply suggesting that liberals was are telling you is. Bs just like trump told you when we opened the show. And if you believe in shame on you for not doing your homework voters you like. It's a free country. I am not a monarch I. I am not an olive garden. I am not a dictatorial tyrant trying to tell you what to do. I'm simply telling you the facts whether you believe them or not. It's up to you. You are being lied to the tax cut. Significantly benefited the middle class race relations have gotten better under Donald Trump wjr and finally guns. You're going to hear more about this. The gun lobby. He's been overwhelmed by just one candidate running for office in just a couple months months man. Big Money Yeah. Yeah your big money in the Democrat your the problem okay. Proving bring everybody in this room wrong. I got through the show today. Well let's see. I don't want to count my chickens here before they hatch Tucker Carlson if you watch and I believe this was last night did a segment on something. The man your antenna thanking better be going off you heard about this new way forward. Act Now folks you you who either at I I you take the green new deal or as how did he calls it which I love and I think he doesn't hurt the new green deal which he does that on purpose. sub-delegation Burgas you take. The Green. New Deal is bad where former campaign staffer and he was running her office. Sag Sagar his name wrong. I'm sorry forgive me. I don't WanNa purpose but he actually admitted the green new deal was a way to quote transform from the economy. Well now joe they want to transform the nation they WANNA basically decriminalize illegal immigration completely. And even if you're caught here illegally having committed a serious crime like being a child Predator they don't even want to support you anymore. I am not not messing with you. Listen to Tucker. Carlson explain this on his show last night. Check this out at this moment. There's a bill pending in the Congress called the New Way Forward Act. It's received almost all snow publicity. And that's unfortunate as well as revealing. The legislation has sponsored by forty four house. Democrats including Ilhan Omar and Alexandria causing Cortez is roughly four thousand. Four hundred words long. That means it's almost exactly as long as the. US Constitution like the Constitution. It's designed to create a whole new country. The bill would entirely tiredly re might make our immigration system with the explicit purpose of ensuring that criminals are able to move to the United States and settle here permanently with immunity. May think we're exaggerating for effect. But we're not exaggerating. Not even a little bit. The New Way Forward Act is the single most radical piece of legislation. We've ever seen proposed in this country ever ever makes the green new deal of like status quo document proves by Democrats promote the bill. Says this and we're quoting it verbatim. Convictions should not lead to deportation station. End Quote now. Do you see why when I get these emails from some of the listeners. Dan Don't pay any attention to. AFC giving her attention. She doesn't need. What did you think she was going to go away? You think her and the squad that are now pushing a bill to literally wipe out our borders. We will not be able to deport people. People who not only enter the country illegally by committing a crime. But come here to commit crimes. Were not even allowed to get rid of them anymore. You you ignore them at your own peril. They tried that same stuff in Venezuela with Madero and Chavez ignore them they'll go away good luck. This stuff is really really getting bad. Get ready for the fight ahead. All right folks. Thanks again for tuning in. I really appreciate it and please pick up. My Book. Exonerated on Amazon is going to be really important if I write this next one. You're going to need to know what happened in there. A lot of big reveals also subscribed YouTube Channel YouTube dot com slash Bongino. Thanks a lot. I'll see you all on Monday. Good Day sir. You just heard the Dan Dan Bongino show. You can also get Dan's podcasts on I tunes or soundcloud and followed in on twitter. Twenty four seven at Dbongino.

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E106 No More Bad Days with Bonnie Bechek

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She she pulled through with the karaoke thing. That's why it's even worse today because she's creamed belted out last night. Right. You gave it on. They actually frozen terror. Oh, that's perfect. That's perfect. But there's no bad days. Right. No bad days. No bad days. Baby. I'm excited to talk about that. I have a feeling we're we're going to get deep into the good dates. Let me tell you more about Bonnie. She was born in Chicago suburb and the second of six kids and the eldest daughter her father had a stroke when she was nine years old and pass away. She was eleven Bonnie worked on everything from material maternal child health like, Tom. Medical surgery floor to home, healthcare and hospice, she owned a private duty nursing company as you also owned operated assisted living home. Her youngest daughter remains in northern Michigan worked as a veterinary technician and renovating century year old farmhouse her oldest daughter along with her son in law and grandson, moved to Utah to take on the position the medical practice. In south Jordan, Bonnie has three grandchildren in south Jordan, two grandsons, which is Saul Solomon and Atticus shout out shut. Advocates cool names, you guys cool names. Enjoy those cool names Solomon, the great Solomon and add. And their ages seven and three advocates. If you haven't read. The the the book. Oh, crap wise, my brain just got to kill a Mockingbird. Jess. Yeah. Atticus Finch great character in raid character absolutely in an eight month old granddaughter. What's her name? If you I call her cheeks McGee. It's perfect. She works with elevations hospice as a care a case manager, mainly in Utah county. About ten years ago. She made a conscious decision to change her perspective. And the lead the phrase having a bad day from her vocabulary. She realized that days like children, we live up or down to what you expect of them who I'm excited to talk about that. We need more. Good days people. There's so many people in the world right now that get out of bed in the morning hating what they do. And it's sad. We have made it our mission our lives mission to assist people in leveling that up and loving jumping out of bed and taking on the day. And I get the feeling you're the same. I love my job. That's that's for sure. Awesome. Awesome. I was speaking with someone that they give up my biz business car too. And they called me today. And they said I love what you guys doing such a positive by. Because anyways, just a little feedback for the biz forget show. Jill we love what we do. Here. We do we really we really love talking to amazing people that are taken on life and live in it to the fullest. And it's such. I've said it a million times of two people listened. 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Ladies and gentlemen, builder all to millions dot com. And click on the affiliate link. If you want to become a deal you. Yeah. All right. That's it. We moved through that one pretty quickly. We did. Sift through life through it, man. We're now we're going to focus focus on body. It's all about Bonnie today. You, ladies and gentlemen, Bonnie BB check. I got. All right. Yeah. Hey. Hey, I just want to say it, right? Be check not be wrong. There we go. Oh, yeah. Baby. That's my guy ever. Yeah. We forgot to say. Did I phone on do not good? Bobby does. Yeah. I I my phone goes through the show all the time. It's a beautiful thing. We love it. It's it's an icebreaker. So we want to get to know Bonnie. Let's get to know Bonnie a little bit. We want our our viewers are listening leasing viewers to you. Hey, we want to know a little bit about body. So give us give us some insight into where what whatever that looks like a most embarrassing moment at a time. When you you'd licet lots to choose from on that. Yeah, we all kind of what do you want to go right into the deep stuff? Oh that she's not going to mess around people. This is it. We're gonna go right? Okay. People. This is it right into the deep stuff. Let's do it. Are we going to cry? He might well. I cry at commercials, okay? Okay. So when I had my assisted living home there is the gentleman that lived with us. His name was Benny. Then he was different. He wasn't. Mentally retarded. He was sort of like Forrest Gump. He was just different. Then he had some really serious medical problems, and I had taken to several hospitals. He was treated very poorly. He was dismissed and. Belittled. And. It was horrible. Those days were just horrible. In. We finally got him admitted to the hospital. In. It was about eleven o'clock at night, I pulled the recliner around. So that it was at the foot of his bed. So that when he opened his eyes. I was right there. In little nurse came in. And she said visiting hours are over. It's time for you to go. I said, no that's not gonna happen. Well, it's our policy. I don't care which policy is now leaving. Well, I'll have to call security since you do what you gotta do. I'm not leaving. So they finally gave up. Security. You you called their bluff. Love this woman. I love this lady. I was in the recliner, and I was thinking to myself how helpless and frustrated those two days had been just awful. And I was laying there in the dark about to clock in the morning. And this force said to me. Now, you know, how this man feels every day of his life. And I said back well, not every day of its life. Not since I came into his life in this voice said oh, yes. You do it out of love, but you treat him differently than you do the other men. And I thought about that. And I realized that we did because we knew that he had had a hard life. So he used to make his favorite dinner just a little bit more often. We would give him a cookie that was little bit bigger. We would just do little things because we knew yet had hard life. And then this voice said. And yet this which you have been tasked with protecting the innocent you have taken up. Well, and I am proud to call. You daughter. I was talking to God. An I knew that I was doing what I was supposed to be doing. Well. And that he was proud of me. And I think about all the people who go through every day. They wake up there late for work. Their kids are screaming their house might not be as clean as they want. They come home. There's a pile of bills the kids are still screaming. And they think this is it what the heck my here for what? Seriously. This is it. This is my life. I know why I'm here. Wow. Pellets powerful. So how did he turn out that did they send him home? And he he ended up dying about two months later. He did come home and. He was at dialysis one day. And I get a phone call that he had become unconscious, and I met them at the emergency room. In. We knew that he wasn't gonna make it and the doctor said to me, well, we'll admit him to the hospital and put them on hospice, and I said, oh, no Ono year. Not he's not dying here. He's going to die at home. And the doctor said to me, well, you can't take your at home. Got to open if he's like, I I off don't be telling me what I keep again. I off. And Secondly, oh, yes. I can't did you. Did you? Full of whatever drugs, you need to put them on that ambulance. I don't care if he dies on the way home he is not dying here, and he came home, and he lived for about two days in passed away at home with Ed bottom kitten because he wanted to cat, so bad Siamese kitten. And he died at home with that cat curled up on his chest. I'm so super cool. Awesome. In that moment that you were speaking about earlier did that change your perspective moving forward since. Then or I mean, what I'm saying is that was your calling moment. We only have a calling them Bobby talks about the calling. Yes. Did you have a prior calling before just get a feeling that? You've are you calling for the four? Yeah. And you were just standing up for your calling. Yes. That's what I'm trying to. Yeah. So where when was that when you realized you get the stand up? I think when I was fifteen. I started collecting abused horses. They just would enter my life. And the one thing I cannot stand. I cannot tolerate is cruelty. Paint to anything, but especially creatures. They can't stand up for themselves animals little kids old people since me right over the edge. And so. My husband, and I have a rescue heard of seven. Abused horses. Some of them pretty horrifically abused. And that's. I knew I was here to protect the things that can't protect themselves and that effort mission from God, just cemented. It. Well, thank you. Thank you for taking on the calling, and I would say thank goodness for you because these horses, and in that speech people people need need that a need us think. So in in a. In hospice, and I know that the you deal with that a lot do you do do you deal with a lot of folks? Like that that I mean, his family basically was the kitty cat, and you I I assume then the staff at the assisted living home when they brought him home from the hospital after the doctor told me that I was not capable of taking care of him. I called my staff, and I said, I'm bringing Betty home. And by the time the ambulance got there. Every single one of my staff was there, and they actually got mad at the paramedics 'cause they jostled the stretcher too much. So these women carried Benny into the house themselves, they like shouldered the paramedics out of the way carried Benny into the house and tucked him in bed because we thought the paramedics were jostling our boy too much. You know, we hear so many horror stories about people not being taken care of we need to hear more stories about people that let you take care of. Because I think there's a lot of those. There are we we hear about the crap. Yes. But we don't hear about stuff like this. That's true people that really care about those folks that don't have anybody, and that's powerful, you know, so many of our clients. When I think about them. They're old eighty ninety hundred years old. They may not have any brothers or sisters, right? Their parents are gone. Their kids may not be in their lives for whatever reason too far away, bad relations, whatever and a lot of these people. They don't have anybody. And I'll look at them, you know, they can't get in the shower themselves. So maybe they're hygiene isn't the best. There uncapped because they're at a place that they can no longer care for themselves. And. You know, you're supposed to receive so many hugs a day. And I just wonder when the last time some of these people were ever touched in a non clinical way, you know, you go to the dentist. That's fine. He go to the doctor he listens. But when was the last ten somebody held their hand or gave him a hug or tuck them in at night and kiss their head. And it's it's little stuff. It doesn't cost a penny. Not one penny, and it only takes a minute or two out of your day. But for that person. That you smile or you rub their shoulder or you give them a hug that can change your whole day. So true. Wow. We're usually not at a law firm. You have succeeded in stopping us in our tracks. And I think it's because we're reflecting. I mean, I know I am Ryan I'm reflecting. I lost my father four years ago. And. Remember, the last hug, he gave me. I remember it like it was yesterday. He saw me came into the room. They were taking him out to take him to to try get he had he was taking. The same thing. Dial dialysis. Yes. Yes. And he just yelled the hobby, Bobby. I love you. And you hooked me really tight. And he didn't know that that in a few days, he would be gone. It's just such a powerful thing to have love. Especially when you're passing over. I was there with him when he passed the way we were watching the western in the in the on the TV and he was a big western fan. So I turned on a western. I was the only one there since everybody homes to in the morning. And. It's just really good that people know that they're loved. It's important. It is important, and it's beautiful that there are people. And I know a few folks like you that their job is. Just sit there with somebody and love them while they pass. You know, when somebody comes onto hospice, I tell the family. This is the hardest thing you'll ever do. And time goes on a couple of weeks. And they'll be like, oh, yeah. You know? I had to help him to the bathroom dozen times, blah, and it really is hard. And I'm thinking, oh, Honey, you have no idea. What's coming down the road? Because when somebody is in those last couple of days. And there's nothing you can do except sit. And wait people are not good at waiting, right? People are doers. They wanna do something fix something. Feed. Somebody something and to sit and wait and do nothing is really hard. Yeah. True been there. So. Well, what are we supposed to go from that? No, you were mentioning the last time you father that you've got a hug from your father. When my sister died four years ago from lung cancer, I was at her house, and she may be weighed seventy pounds. In. It was the middle of summer. She's wrapped up in a blanket. And we were sitting. Standing on her covered deck watching this thunderstorm role in and I sat down on the porch. Swing and I gathered her up just like a little child bounded up at her blanket, and we sit and rocked on that porch. Swain and listen to that thunder storm. I treasure memory. Couldn't remember that's beautiful. That's the way. Remember, folks? Yeah. The wind is the laughing star. Right now. You know, we we we were going to do the Google challenge. And we haven't even got that far. We've we've come so full soccer. So maybe we should do the Google challenge in kind of have some fun with it. What do you think? Sure. Are you? Are you? Showcase. There's no more bad days. That's right. No more red days. And you know, the the interesting thing is. I'm a I'm a big fan of emotion and letting your emotion out and crying and stuff because those aren't bad things. Having that kind of emotion is is a is a really good thing. There's so many people that won't show their emotions they won't they won't let go and they hold this stuff in. That's why they have Alzheimer's and problems and hating life. Guys. This world is a beautiful place. If you look at it and see the beauty, and even the beauty of the relationships of people that are passing away. All that stuff is so so powerful. So anyway, look what I found. That's perfect. What is that Google challenge on page three? This is the page. No more bad day, Google challenge page three. I gotta do this part. Okay. Ladies, gentlemen. You knew how Google gentleman's work in this corner. Google coming in at forty zillion searches every second Google. And in this corner, ladies and gentlemen, baloney beach. Are in. We are going to see who takes this honor. You're ready to take this on. Shia. So ready? You can see she's like come on Google. Gimme gimme all. You got come on. God. Okay. This is it page three. It is already been done. Ryan got one step ahead of us. He is already there. And I got admit a lot. Leering lyrics. Oh, no, more bad actually story. This is actually a story. So it says the headline is no more bad days. Give away free hugs. I'll have heard of the free hug movement thing. And so we've got a picture of some really cute people will put this on Facebook. Ryan, it is didn't do it. You just jumped away. Why world what is that? Just what? Okay. So. Oh, that's interesting. No, more bad days, free, hugs. No more bad day. So it says here. Purse hazard by passer-by collected their free hugs from members of the student run. No, more bad days, depression and anxiety support group at the corner of fourth and center street on Tuesday, January thirty first. Michael Menendez co-founder of the support group and senior student communication said the t- that ten to fifteen members met once a week and discuss how they personally cope with anxiety and depression, there are no professionals here. It's completely student run. And it is growing Menendez said I think our biggest goal is to let everyone know that no matter what no matter what I did read that twice. It says it twice whatever it is. You're going through. We love you. And we're here. Christian Anderson, founder of the support group and a sophomore majoring in international. Studies said he and the members of the group are giving free hugs to raise awareness of both anxiety and depression among college students think this is super powerful. Because of all, you know, there's an epidemic of suicide, and we need more love in the world. It's just that. Simple. What do you think? What do you think of this little piece here? I think it's fabulous. Yeah. That that's that's I think that's right up. Alley that you're going with for no more bad days. I mean standing up for hey, let's give people hugs. Let's talk about let's get in the face of depression and anxiety. And let's talk about it. Let's talk about how to and I'm a firm believer that we could get rid of a lot of depression, drugs and stuff we go out and do some service. We go out and help some people. What do you think I think that's too? But I see a but in your face. Well. Some depression is chemical right? I mean, so they're they're definitely is a role in a lot of cases for medication. But I think it also helps to take your mind off yourself and do service to others. Yeah. So. As it comes to you. So Google has spoken now. What's your take on no more bad days? So about ten years ago. I. Was listening to some something on the radio, and they were talking about taking the word should out of your vocabulary. Don't should on yourself. Yes. Because you've never heard of horror. Ryan you've heard that before having you don't shoot on yourself, very should implies pressure. I should do this. I don't necessarily want to do it. But I I should write. It puts pressure on you. And I was thinking about. What else we could take out of our folk for cabbie? Larry. And so, you know, when people say I'm having a bad day it contaminates their entire day. Right. You get up in the morning. You can't find your shoes trip over the cat. You break your coffee Cup. Whatever you're describing my day this morning. Several the cop. This is going to be a bad day. Well, yup. It is because you just cleared a day. To wasn't a weird phone this morning, right? No more bad days. Ryan, no more. Listen to this lady. She is our master. Right. I think she's here for. Yes. Okay. Since it's a right. Just because you have a bad start your day. Doesn't mean it's a bad day means that your car didn't start and it's frustrating, but it's not a bad day in the bad our pets. Yeah. I was put milk in for my wife for jar for cereal and smashing the floor in a million with Milken. Frustrate. That was the start of. That was my first five minutes of my day. I five minutes after getting out of bed. Yeah. Broke the milk. Don't spill. Break. The milk broke milk. This is like nineteen forties in the milk. Jugs are still glass cut the cheese. Broke the them. All my gosh. See we always have something new on the biz good Joe. So the new term is broke the mill broke the milk. It's a like a farting different. I like what I. Ci went there. She totally went all she went though. He was thinking of my seven year old grandson now rolling floor with laughter. Come up to me and say, yeah. Yeah. That was so good. I broke grandma. I'm going. Oh, gosh. That's awesome. Is the might stuff turns into weird stuff 'cause beautiful thing. Right. It's a beautiful thing. So anyway. So we vanish. I forgot where what sort week? Perspective. Yeah. And so you took that you took it one step higher. So don't use the should word because that that messes with our brain. So you said vocabulary. You know, and and. When I have gosh, this is so far I've had such a bad day. You've kind of affirmed it. And now the whole day has become bad is what you look at is. What you see? That's right. I had a lady a patient. I was talking with my patients sister. And the sister said I'm just so worried that when I die God's not going to let me into heaven because I didn't make my sister do this. I said that's a I don't like that. God. That's not the God. I choose to believe in. I jus to believe in a God who says for forty five years you stood by our side during all these horrible awful things. And you tried so hard. That's the God. I believe in not the one that says man, you screwed up you failed. I don't want that. God. All right. I reject God. Absolutely. And then she was still crying and she said to be. But what about my sister? Who was extremely depressed at that time and who had on and off contemplated suicide. She said she's not going to get into heaven. And I said, no again, I reject that God instead of saying, you know, what you screwed up and you committed suicide I choose to believe in the God that says. For forty five years. He hauled yourself out of bed, and you did the best you could in spite of this horrible marriage in these horrible circumstances. I am so proud of you. That's the God that I choose to believe in. So literally any situation that you're in. You can choose to change your perspective. I love it. I love it. I I always say that my God has a sense of humor too. Down and laughs a lot at us. I think I everybody looks at God is, you know, serious. Do I think he's I think he laughs a lot? He made my gosh. Did you see what Bobby did? He's got a sense of humor. And that's the way. I choose to see it too. We all it's interesting religion is a funky thing. And it gets crazy. But you know, in my mind God is loving. He he and unitive exactly any, and we all we none of us are judges. We don't know what's in each other's minds. And we don't know what he gave us to learn from our spirit because we came here. I mean, if you believe in that stuff, we came in here here with our spirits or spirit could learn from this body, and whatever that looks like right? And that's a beautiful thing. And sometimes that means chemical problems, that means addictions. Those things have been given to our spirit given to learn give to your body give into your body singer spirit can learn from it, and you could look at it. And I always say there's two. Things you can choose about life. Life can suck or life. Can be great whichever one. You want is what you choose. I absolutely agree. Absolutely agree. She's got me fired up. All right. Yeah. So when I break milk pass cast. What am I supposed to do that? This is the best date ever. That's right. Get messed up. You see where he's going with this saying his brain is saying this. I hate my life. How do I change that in my head to or is it just you just don't say it out loud? What's your advice? It's a milk deal. Right. Okay. The milk is not a big deal. But the glass on the floor is what I have. Deal. You know, I also think. I think that people. People come into your life. For a reason literally everybody comes into your life for a reason. There are no accident there. There's either something you need to learn or teach them everybody the lady in the grocery store that. You make smile because you pick up her stuff that she dropped whatever I think things happen for a reason, you broke the milk. It made you five minutes late. So the wreck, right. The guy that ran the stop sign didn't hit you. Wow. You look at it. Like that changes the whole thing. You just had a really good day. Ryan you just cheated death. Just so, you know, yes. On accident a couple of days ago right in front of me. Yeah. One second one second. I would have been eight. Yeah. Yeah. That beautiful thing. You may never know what it is. Yes. You know? Yeah. We can complain about all the stuff that happens. But we don't know the what if so much, and I love the story about nobody wants other people's problems. You know, they they had the there's a story about they took a village and they had everybody throw their their problems was a stick. And they had them all throw their stick into a big pile. And then they said okay now, everybody go get a new problem, and they all went and grabbed their own sticks. Because nobody wants nobody wants people's problems because they're all I mean, you look at the wow. Yeah. I don't wanna have to go through that. And everybody's saying about UT. So anyway, where am I going going down a hall of somewhere? This is good. She she's like this magical person. That's pulling this cool stuff out of. Yeah. Thank you. Magical person. We haven't even asked the question. What are you kidding? This has been Slabbert with biz for good the whole thing. It's like we've the that. We do have to ask it. So we're going to ask you the question. The question. Go ahead. Ryan. Oh, yeah. It's just being good in business mean to you. Well. Whatever that feels like when I had my sister living home. I'm not a very good money manager. That's that's like my thing. Thank god. For people say thank God for hospice, nurses, Ono. Accountants. I'm with you. I am not. I am not money person. Either. If I didn't have I don't know what I'd tell you businesswise. And when you run a business, it's not about how good you are something running a business is how running a business is no matter how. I used to get phone calls from the hospital and they'd say, so it's January. I'd say, yeah. Cold outside. Yeah. It is. So. We have this lady who's homeless. Cold outside. Yeah. Shit a heart attack in you know, she's accident in place to go. And she's any money. I'm like, yeah. That's. Folks. Did we tell you? She's homeless. Yeah. You told me she's always. So so what is it you want? Well, we we were just did we tell you. It's cold outside. I'm like fine. I'll come and get her. Fight a empty room. I would go getter knowing that I wasn't gonna get. There's no chance of being paid. Right. I have to heat the house anyway, I had to staff the house anyway. Threw away enough food that we could feed another person. But invariably the minute I took somebody like that. I'd get a phone call. He my dad's look, and we can pay full price. And. But yet what are you gonna do differently, right? The right thing to do is not the easy thing to do. And we had that lady. She was there for about a month. We woke up one morning, she had collected all the clothes that we'd given her and she was gone. Unawares? She went what happened to her. But for that month in January, she was clean and kept and fed and warm and dry and cared for. Wow. But didn't make my account very happy. Doing good. Sometimes it's hard for doing the right thing is hard. Absolutely. It is. But we have it any other way. I wouldn't. That that's the whole point of the being good and doing good movement that we talk about our being good and doing good business model is it is it gives your soul. A better. Better feeling better place to be I had somebody asked me one time. What if you're wrong about God? There's no God. Like well. That's okay. What have I lost? I've lost nothing. Right. I've lived a life that I can look in the mirror and be proud of myself and know that I have impacted lives of hundreds of people hundreds of animals. Butterflies hummingbirds little kids all those things if there is a God, man, I'm golden. If there's not I feel like I still come out ahead. Yeah. Golden either way. Yep. That's that's beautiful. Beautiful. Beautiful. Did we did? We did we ask the question biz for good. Yeah. Okay. I thought we did. But I just been in this this kind of this magical place right now. I hope our listeners are are kind of really feeling the energy that you're giving us all. It's such it's it's bigger than not having a bad day. It's changing your life. It's making a conscious effort to change your life. And it's not as hard as it. Seems it doesn't cost anything. It takes not one single second out of your day. Choice choice choice. How you choose to look at things how you choose to deal with things which brings us to the action item. That was the action that was the action item. Which is that it's a choice. Do you wanna go any deeper with that? What do you think? What would you tell our listeners that they could use to keep them in that space of a good day? I would say try to find like minded people. Right. It's easier to stay just like exercise. It's easier to exercise if you have somebody there supporting you so true, right it if you. Find people. Like-minded? It's gonna be easier for you. To make these choices bear one another's burden. Yeah. Absolutely. We're at another. This is very good. Yeah. This is I'm like, I'm in a state. We take a bunch of CBD oil or something as I feel like. Very comfortable on the love. We are feeling the love. Thank you for bringing the love today. Bonnie what do you know when I listened to some of your previous episodes hear the laughter, and I'm thinking, oh, man. I'm not sure exactly how this is going to. Well, we're not either. And we love to be pleasantly surprised and this. This was a surprise which I think is a great surprise. I we still chuckled a little bit. And I would say this is not been a boring show. No, absolutely not. I think it is very introspective and something that our listeners really need and want to hear I hope. So absolutely after you know, I think about I love the movie Miskin geniality. When they're doing the interviews. What would you wanna change world peace? Peace peace. I. Would love to see a world that's cruelty free because if it was cruelty free everything else would fall into place. True. We talk about if everybody lived the be good do. Good mindset this world would be amazing. Amaz if we all thought about other people, our focus and connected with that. This would be a magic it would be strangler LA. I just really have a hard time where their their brain is an sorry to get negative little bit. But. I know come on. It's hard to just pet an animal or take it in or some. I don't understand why there's like last year, I rescued a horse. One of my friends was looking for a horse called me up. And she said I found this horse not my horse, but you need to go do something. So I went to look at this horse, and it was old by owned by older gentlemen, who had gotten angry at the horse tied the horse to the rule bar of his razor rendered out a hard top road until her hubs sanded off. No. When he had her going full out hit the brakes and the horse cart wheel back. Hit the hard top broker joh-. I mean, she was pretty banged up. So. Wow. I went to look at the horse. Her face is a mass her hip is a mess. I didn't know that she had broken bones of the time. Turns out that. He had wanted to sell the horse because he had a wife with dementia. He was exhausted. He couldn't sleep because he didn't know that. It's wife wasn't good wander out of the house. He needed to unload, some of the other responsibilities in his life, right? I don't advocate animal cruelty. But thank God. He took it out on the horse and not a seventy eight year old wife. Wow. Right kuwait. Look at it though. Thank you for being that kind of a I mean, we in our in our world, we we are very quick to judge. We're very quick to say that horrible. I would love to string them up and take him in the car, blah, blah, blah. It wasn't. We don't think about that kind of stuff. And I wish we did more. And unfortunately, the news and stuff never by never connects us to that. I just yes, we yeah. We're all human beings in this world. That's right. Nobody knows your back story. Exactly. Exactly. Thank you for pointing that out. That's huge. Because we said, yeah, we're just taking on the and hating all the bad people. And you know, what that's hate doesn't fix hate. Right. I mean, he was frustrated. He's not a bad, man. He's taking care of his wife with dementia that. That's huge, that's exhausting. That's overwhelming. When you're doing it by yourself. It's tough. So I started at one hundred dollars. He started at a thousand I came up to two hundred he came down to three hundred eventually I said, let's meet in the middle at two fifty. He saw on all she's going to she's going to Mexico for meat for that. Okay. Got my phone number. I get a phone call at six o'clock. The next morning come get your horse for two fifty. They went down and got her. She's the sweetest sweet old horse. And it was later when I had the vet come out and look at our that we discovered that her job was broken from hitting the pavement with her face. These are the worst as I get my first horse. The guy said to me if you pull on the reigns in you don't think she feels it rapper bitten barb wire. Oh, so the horses that find their way to me. They are unbelievably abused. Unbelievable. Abused? What I do my off time. That's that's my like light hearted. It seems to me like everything you do has some heart in it. It's true. Even so I rescued a little horse last last summer this past summer, I've had it for about four months and the guy that had her didn't know how to deal with her. And unfortunately, there are still a lot of people even though are there are a lot of advanced techniques in training a lot of people still like to cowboy it out of them. Right. And so here, she issues baby six months old and his way was to rope her and let her choke herself to unconsciousness literally on the ground gagging and gasping for breath because she can't breathe and so. When I bought her. She was nine months old. Not even afraid of people. We're talking PTSD, right? Why? Unreasoning? Blind panic. So I get my little three year old grandson out there. He wants to help me train his horses and be his horse. And so I say, okay, you put you in the corner. They're just hold this bucket of grain. And when she comes up to eat the grain don't move, right? Just sit there quietly in let her eater. Great. He's sitting there. She Ajez takes the step and then darts back and take some other step and darts back and eventually after about twenty minutes. She works away up there, and she is like tentatively heating, and he's bouncing up and down to CS look trading. My horse way to be quiet. Eddie good job. Also. Funny. He's so proud of himself for treating that horse. That is so awesome. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you for bringing your spirit, your light and your love in your heart. Because we we need more of that. Thank you. Thank you so much. I'm glad to be here. It was fun. It was fun dri. It was fun. Your your fun. I have a feeling fun lady to be around. Yeah. Vice you little fun somebody tell me once you're the most intense person. I was like who me intense. What are you talking about? What are you talking about? That's awful. Yeah. I've been told I'm very docile and quiet spoken. In what universe? I say that all the time. And nobody believes me I tell people I'm an introvert and they're like. Truthfully. Well, that's another show. But anyway, thank you for being on the show. Bonnie your amazing. And like, I told you I have not forgotten your name. I'm very proud of you. This lady is so cool. We're gonna have to have you on again. We're gonna have to have you on. She was nominated to be on the show. Yes. Absolutely. Someone said you have got to get Bonnie on the show. She is the most amazing lady, I know. And so we did we took on the challenge. Oh, I thought it was a joke at first. Well, some people do think we're joke. But anyway. Well, we're kind of jokey too. Okay. All right. Ryan. Let's it's been amazing show. You gotta take us out. Yeah. Thanks do wanna say if people want to find you Facebook, right Facebook, Bonnie beach, or you can go to influence is for good showed dot com in Philip biz for good show dot com, and we can get you connected with Bonnie rait awesome. Yeah. We. We always in the show with three hashtags gets louder on third one. 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The Kist & Solak Show #65: Eagles Upset the Bears!

Bleeding Green Nation

41:46 min | 1 year ago

The Kist & Solak Show #65: Eagles Upset the Bears!

"They. Hi, this is Jim. Check out our podcast step over. We'll be ballers podcast work for all of your Sixers needs layer analysis. Game breakdowns with a colts in headband and more subscribed. Liberty Bowers podcasts he'd I tune Stitcher Spotify or ever you get your favorite podcasts. And check out the step over a podcast about Sixers basketball. Mostly. Michael kissed Benjamin, so lag. It's the Kistin Solex show presented by SP and bleeding remission. I am never going to. I'm going to live forever. I haven't been civil age will do nothing to me. I will never wear way disease pestilence. Famine earthquake fun fire the sword invasion, by enemies, civil war. Sudden death. I will never die. I. In high on the kissing Solex show. I have never by the way said anything bad about Trayvon Hester ever ninety two once by accident, not even by slip of the tongue have ever said anything bad about Trayvon Hester. And I believe I even said he would eventually typic- you'll go hit off, right? And. Good. Smallwood decides to superman leave for two point conversion on fake fully special that probably was correct. But was right after golden eagles traded third pay for scoring four touchdowns went back of quarterbacks who Phoenix falls like what do you what do last sixty seconds of that game were psychedelic? They were trippy. I was hallucinating. It was the intersection of forty five cosmic realities don't eight. Eight galions. It's the only way we're all going to live forever and Ben alluded to it. But the eagles win because they're up sixteen fifteen and shreve on Hester partially blocks that ship shot field goal from Cody Parker survive and advance parkey bang. No his name used to plant doing brother. Is every day. Is this a good day to be alive up? Great. I am also in shock. This is amazing hair. Here the candidates for highlights of my day. Number one, Cody parking missing the field goal to may be eagles win number to go on and Tate touchdown on fourth into number three. Mike quick never one recognizing me in the guts of Soldier Field. And like stopping may be like who are you? And I was on bed. So I I really love your podcast when I was like, what did you just say out loud to me? I Mike you been so proud of me. I did the tool like all. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah. Yeah. For sure like people like my podcast habits in my head. I was like these hands caught footballs. And then number four for the potential highlights of my incredibly, very good fantastic day was walking into the locker room and hearing vaunting Matic's, Corey Graham and somebody else linebacker. I can't remember moving their minds over the fact that two nine to Rico in was talking apparently an insane smack after that that kickoff return about how the game was over. And how Valey Joe boys about to go home? We'll guess what tunein you're going home or five I just remembered five which is tweeted about was Brennan Graham was asked what did he like mess with Cody bark at all like in the interim between the first the vice kick that made it and the mistake and Brennan was like, yeah. Bearing grabs a super happy guys always lives. Joe? I thought Cody Cody like don't over. Thank you manage just the game winner. It's all right. Take your time. You know what? I mean. I was losing brand Graham was still have Chris lungs dying next brand Graham, hold time. I'm positive. It's true. I've no doubt in my mind cause brand grams a huge, smacktalk, right? Meanwhile, Jake in said that he was talking a ton of trash just trying to get into his head. So Brandon grandma's like, though, worry both overthinking, you'll miss boy. The best quote about Cody parkey came from Jason Kelsey who apparently allegedly claims did not even know Cody buddy was the kicker of the Rams, which I do not believe. But if that was the case in and of itself Mendes, dude, it was a stellar experience that game from stem to stern, and here's that. I said this on the the preview podcasts for the game. All save here. Again, I really don't care very much. What the film looks like I'm probably picking the eagles to be the saints at this point. I don't know how you can expect this team to lose. I mean, I'm not likely am I saying they're gonna win the Super Bowl kind of like, that's how that works implicitly. But what I mean? More more seriously. Yeah, they're nine point underdogs to the saints. Does anybody think that means anything other than the fact that Philadelphia's absolutely going to take that to heart for a whole weekend to make a narrative out of it? Timmy journey was a spouse in this massive like we've been under dogs all season narrative. Is like objectively not true. But more interestingly just speaks to the fact that like this team is so comfortable in so welcoming being the six seed going into the one senior all like last year they had home field advantage here. They don't honestly it makes it worse. It makes it worse. It makes them nastier. Because now the point spread is even bigger, and they they experienced the antagonizing of the home crowd. It's it's ridiculous. At this team is so tethered to two ideas one that they are underdogs only the people in that locker and believe in them in that makes them strong number two. And this is the big in that Nick foles is winner. I have no idea how you're gonna convince this locker room that letting Nick foles walk slash trading. Make foles is the right idea. I've no clue and it's nothing against Carson. It's just you have to take a team that has at worst finished foreign one in the playoffs with a quarterback at their helm that he is in. Going to stick around. Like that's impossible. You're going to lose your hold on the locker room when you do that as a GM slash coach lash owner slash whatever it is. And then if you come out with Carson twenty nineteen and you start to struggle boy can get real very quickly this team, and you can tell it in the way, they talk about making you can hear it Nick when he talks during his press conference. I sappers press conference. I can't imagine what like anybody who'd be more empowering the play for the Nick foles like it's just when he speaks with so much earnestness, and he so genuine, and he's so interested in the people team like why did you throw the golden Tate forth into I saw Gordon's body language. And it seemed like he was really ready to make a play like how would you not want that? That's extraordinary, right? Just the amount of faith at that is up then I played a whole press conference from Nick foles for BGN radio special because the press conference was so good in. It didn't have much to do about football animal. Like, that's the one thing that Nick foles that has always stood out about him. Just him the purse. And of course, his teammates are going to respond to that only that like like you alluded to they've done it before since his second stint of EBay since being Philadelphia eagle. He is four and one of the play offs not to mention Doug Peterson by the way is four and oh in the playoffs. And I thought he did another masterful job tonight. Let down by some of the execution in the first half. There were five plays that I saw in the first half that were turning points in the game with be third down conversion or a drop in reception by trae Sullivan. They're five points in the game. That didn't go the eagles way that wasn't because Doug you dugout. Coach Neg Doug has never been out coaching playoffs. What to write wit? Like this game ended sixteen fifteen in my opinion should have ended eighteen fifteen confortably. I do not understand the window Smallwood confirmed or stand. Whatever was the ref is unclear a default. Like we were told from I'll always buy every commentator if the front nose of the ball touches the way touchdown. I mean to me I was very clear, but whatever Shelvin eighteen fifteen youth on the fact that trae Sullivan drop. What was the easiest interception of all time as eighteen twelve. And Nick foles, Chuck's a very dumb prayer into the end zone into quadruple coverage. I mean at eighteen six this is what we're talking about here. In terms of like the eagles outplayed the bears significantly end the scored as reflect that but this team in the playoffs is very very good. They execute incredibly wealth so many clutch play so many clutch receptions off of line is clearly taking a step forward in endure die games because you can translate it back into the end of the regular season. No team gets up for them like kill at all. And they're about to get a New Orleans Saints team who embarrassed them the lowest point of their season New Orleans coming off of a bye now going to be doing with the ex Super Bowl champions on a four-game heater six of the last seven being at their best. We have played their best football when they are underdogs. I I'm not ready to say yet. 'cause I want to. Into the film, but Mike I could easily see a game not dissimilar to the Vikings game of the playoffs last year. I could very easily see the eagles walking into New Orleans and only beating him. Panting him for four fours to me. It's not even remotely out of the imagination. I think the twenty seventeen twenty eighteen eagles ever got his hot as this team. Is right now they broke the barrier of the playoff win. They did it. They are now one of the four teams remaining left the NFC when the eighteenth remaining left who would want to play them at a lot of people said that Seattle was the most dangerous like wildcard team out of the four wildcard teams. It's obviously Philadelphia when they believe in themselves like this, how can you how could you want to play the defending Super Bowl champion when they just came out and outplayed the bears for sixty frigging minutes when nobody gave them a chance on the road. And they're gonna keep doing it. It's it's incredible. What this team has become since week fourteen when they were all but declared dead with a point six percent chance to make it's improbable. That were here. This team knows it's playing with house money. This team knows that everyone is doubting them. This team has been in this situation before and that means a ton for this team moving forward. Nobody on the eagles team right now is playing better football. The recycled Ugglas, what am fricking game was what that you are know how good of a gamer so had think about the times Douglas targeted. That's how goodly you can't think of it. Right. And Trubisky was looking at why they tried to go that way so zone, man. Coverage was fantastic quiet game for corners of the strongest gains corners like Mattis had allowed game. See you have some good blaze any ads mad blaze. Why gave us Douglas rule out of his mind Nigel Branam who started the season poorly index will game flying around the football. And Brad him. I didn't realize I was watching is their dime. Linebacker there. One linebacker sets. He is the linebacker on the field. He plays that roll over does. They said that's been going on since Hicks back from injury. So like Rodham was taken. That role when Hicks down. He's kept its six game back. Yup. Fantastic. Play in that regard. And then I think you had Brennan grim had several pressure something like that. He writes, I think that you have a little bit too much right now going into the like Ling Johnson. And and Jason shot Khalil Mack down. I don't really think they did. I think Khalil Mack had some winds and the ball got out. I think had some wins. And the, you know, there was an escape or whatever got some Wednesday led to like quarterback hits in like, you know, affected balls or whatever generally MAC didn't have a statute filling day, whatever. But I think the lane Johnson Jason Peterson gets a little bit bumped up in that regard. But it's what the what we talk about. All the time. The eagles a very good job of taking your best guy in limiting him through one way or another whether it be through security, whether it be through lane Johnson doing well against him Jason Peters or just by getting the ball quick or rolling away from him or like for instance, they did on that slice Zakar. It's having Erz block him for doubt use his yard them. Right up to quote, the me. That's that's bad way of saying that what we said. Podcasts. I'm very happy to to lockdown Cleal MAC and make a keen Eddie Goldman beat us and listen Hicks, did his darndest to beat us Hicks played out of his Ma. Yeah. Oh, yeah. He makes Akeem like Fletcher Cox had a great game mechanics. Had a better game better player. Akeem heck's was the best defensive lineman on the field tonight for either team takeaway MAC, you make akiem Hicks beach you and then it keeps. Yeah. Sure. He stuff in the run of the eagles are very unproductive in the running game. But he's not a guy who's going to have the same password. Perfect. That Khalil Mack is. And now all of a sudden, you have the ability to work the football. Yeah. There were times were Nick foles couldn't step up into the pocket earlier in the game, especially because it came Hickson Eddie Goldman. We're getting such good push. And just a quick shout out to this eagles defense as well. The bears early on his game. We're trying to attack the seems against cover one in cover three and they had some success, but crave on the Blunk a dog on good game. Had that big rebound at the end of the first half. He played really well the defense played really really well against those concepts. It wasn't till later on where the stuff that the bears had said up then they started running the the slug oh against it. Or they would run that bubble right? That fake. Bubble where you get the ending behind it. Right. And I'll tell you I'll tell you what the number one from them with that sort of thing is not trying to defend Maddox here or call back to a trope, which is really is the way that I think has work in regard. You want your corner to play aggressively into a ghost screening one in the playoff field into like if he died noses it great. But generally you just wanted to key in play on otherwise they're gonna pick up four yards on the bubble screen every plane, you're screwed because you want the vice tackle situation went inside outside leverage. Right. When you when you when you've got a slug. Oh, will you want your off corner? Who's a smaller guy to have to play grass if into that that's his strength. Listen, if you like Maddux having that near pick on the sideline where he should have caught it incredible play great Clinton close. Then you have to be okay with him giving up the touchdown gave up because it was very similar outbreaking route concept Mattis went to go close on it. And then once he felt the out on upcoming you tried to recover got the whole bassin appearance and it was a touchdown. Obviously. With time you become better picking your spots become better at situation understanding when it's going to be album out. But I'm just saying like, you know, you have to live and die by the sword a little bit. But when it comes to a lot of those isolation multi break rows, those go screens all that outside stuff. It'd be really really really helpful to have a free safe. You can take angle and Corey Graham can't take angle. I mean, they tried to play with trae Sullivan high for as much as they could in the second half. But eventually they had to be putting Graham up there and let LeBlanc play on the on the on the field in in nickel sats. They started. The game off LeBlanc off the field three safety sets, but Sullivan is such liability as a tackler end in coverage that they had to go back to the Blunk came out in the second half. And they're trying to leave trae Sovan single, high Graham jank is up in the field Maddox, and and what's his name Madison pursual and that'll be our solution. And they're not able to do that. So they gotta get Sullivan off the field. Put Corey Graham back there in Graham, just for the life of. Him can't get to the sideline. He just he's not at this point fast. He doesn't take good enough angles. You want your corner to play tight into that. Like go screen, for example, two verticals coming up. The field man's goes to split them. Which is a good way a protein that and then obviously behind him. But when you have a more proactive free safety can get connected to the sea than your corner can drop off their to the boundary vertical. And then you can make a better coverage opportunity over it. And they simply don't have that range of free safety right now. The biggest issue on the defense right now is is their ability to play single hind who's who's gonna be out there? That's obviously going to be something that you have to watch against the saints in the saints have a wide receiver. Michael Thomas that nobody has the bears don't have should say that being said Philadelphia went up against you under Hopkins. Anything a fantastic game plan for him. It was not dissimilar to the game plan. They had against Michael Thomas. However, they were much much more willing to code bracket. You know, top bottom Michael Thomas against the saints. And then also they wanted to double in bracket album. More on that left them one on one everywhere. Little safety help. I think they have to bracket. Thomas Nafti, more comfortable blamed, Kamara one when we when we move forward. Yeah. I mean, the the problem was and we can talk about it. As we go into the previews. But the problem was there was you bracket these two guys. And then the other guys don't win their match ups because at secondary was not with that secondary. Looks like now and Brad him was playing like he's playing like now as far as linebacker plays in coverage too. So the guys were able to win their individual matchups. They want a lot of their individual matchups this game. And I was watching the game with south galena. We were doing that booth casting where we basically the booth for the game. They were saying there's not there's not a whole lot there downfield for Trubisky right now. And he's anything that is there. He's really not saying and I wanted to kind of dial back to because this game was about two quarterbacks being put in bad situations. The eagles ran twenty three times for forty two yards. The bears are in eighteen times for sixty five yards. Like there was nothing there on the early downs especially for the running game for either team. And like you look at the stat line for Mr. Bisky, and it looks okay. Twenty six. Or forty three three hundred three yards and a touchdown. But he for very long stretches of this game was not throwing it very well and should have been picked off. And which should have been picked off a couple of times. And what's crazy is the eagles? And this is something we did not expect I said Trubisky the the eagles absolutely one of the keys to the game. Have to take advantage of the fact that Trubisky is going to throw them a couple. He threw them a couple. They did not pick them off. However, the eagles turned the ball is bears. Two zero tides in the eagles win. What what world by the way? How was your your broadcast because I didn't get to listen to it, obviously guitar. Oh, dude. It was amazing, man. Seth we. I thought we crushed it, man. I I had a blast doing it. And getting to announce the game losing field goal double poster. A just fantastic experience. I had the time of my life. I was letting 'cause I was in the slack channel. I was hitting veal g in re probably the channels while. I don't know if you've seen folksy revisit just say, man, I can't imagine kiss, right? Outgoing nuts over these interceptors. It was. His number one thing coming into the game was like listen. Why Trubisky gives them to you catch up and they drive out to Hugh ones. But it seemed like Maddux is like his left. Everytime said I keep seeing the replay. And I keep wanting to see that left foot. Just just dragged into foot. Never came down and trade, celebrating his chest rain is chess. And I'm thinking you this is on the first half these or the plays. You absolutely have to make a now you're trillion halftime you have to put your Bisky behind because you wanna put it on him. And they didn't make those plays in the first half in it cost them and they were down at the half six to three. And I'm thinking this game should be totally different right now. It should be totally different. Now L things turn out. Well, but mandatory Bisky give us some chances. And he was not good Trubisky through some seeds. Right. He had some great rose to there was some in for sure now. So he had a third along third-down comeback that he put in a really good and Corey Graham collision but the ball rive on time. It was a catch. That was Taylor. Gabriel. Right. Yeah. That was the next play was it was a downfield route down Robinson where he had huge window. And he was put it in there to me. It's not really a high quality throw. And then he had the touchdown on the hour enough to against Mattis, which was a fine throws through again into space, and you left it a little bit behind that CRA. Von the blonde pass breakups should have been. Touchdown that ball was last a little bit behind. He had another pass breakups situation where he left the ball a little bit behind. And then on the the penultimate drive for the bears as well. He had our notion me the drive the final drive. He had the one good throw. But generally speaking he was inaccurate. He was he had poor placement. He was thrown cashable balls. But he wasn't have great place. Relative to coverage for the entirety tonight. And not unlike Shawn Watson with whom he came out in the class. If he's in his I read a little pump fakes multi break routes gather protection. Great when he has to move his fee and adjust to a second target. It's really just not there for him when he has to think right completely freezes up. It's and it's why this we we've complained about this many times. Nothing drives me crazy when eagles defence is playing. Well, and the second is getting pass breakups in this pressure. And then there's some easy completions. And offenses to move on the eagles and played people. Ask for the past brushes nine times out of ten the pass. Rush is exactly where it's. Did. But the I read is being taken away. Like if you want your team to be a pass rush successful team who wins on defense because of the pass rush. Literally. Like, the what's the number one thing you need to pass rush. The ability take with I read because that's it sense teams know that the Philadelphia Eagles are going to try to beat them in the past rush. Then try to get pressure on them. They're trying to win with four trying to rush the quarterback. That's how defense wins. They're going to try to feed the ball of the first have a low time to throw we've talked about this thousand times, so bash rush was there for four quarters fashion. Never went anywhere of automatic started getting burned and again a vantage of applying stellar football rookie fourth round corner. Who's out there playing outside corn after you played free safety after his supposed to be a slide in camp? So like, it's okay. Those shots were really well set up by Nagy like they really push those slight. They're hitting them slight flat, slam slam flat getting them getting them to bite on them. And then they hit him over top. I mean, they really that those up. Well, but now, I fully agree in the sense that you're Bisky had the flashes that excites you. A lot of developments left there to be done. And if we flip it now foles I thought this was probably the worst game Vos is played in the second half of the season. In terms of his chargers game was better Houston, Texas game was absolutely better the Rams game. So Rams game Texas game Redskins. This is worse. Game. Eagles one does great situation is really right. When your team can win when your quarterback doesn't have a great day lake now, a foles plays better the rest of the team places way. Sick. The eagles are going to be like a continually stellar dean, which they have been there were five legitimately five plays that turned this game. They got to a first down conversion the bears did on a penalty. There were two in one drive or drop interceptor five point to that could turn the tide. And at the very least turned the game script in this game for that to happen in the first half for a team. That's a big underdog and to still come up with the win if they play clean game. They can beat a lot of teams in the NFL right now. I would say just about all of them again. Like, how could you? I. On page turnovers. Two turnovers Ealesy loss turnover battle by two. How dare lost to turn over and law lost turnabout law won the turnover battle and lost all year. I that's crazy. They were undefeated. We're gonna turnover battle this year. And as you mentioned they were the best defense in the league creating turnovers. So like. Why don't we will never die like invincibility? Turning from from Zuhdi at Trubisky to foles the offensive game plan wise, I was ranting a little bit about this during the game worth ranting about it here. Mike, we love twelve personnel. And always when we talk about personnel. It often gets conflicted with formation like, oh, this is like a twelve percent formation. You don't have to have certain formations out of twelve personnel. Why that important distinction because personnel in and of itself is indivisible. It's not like. All right. Twelve percent of the is gonna win. It's twelve personnel. This is generating the matchups that the eagles want. The eagles played very little twelve personnel tonight, which we talked about the bears being a team that face very little twelve persona as we said could be good because Phil if you come out and give them a bunch of looks. They don't know come out force them to stay in base. Keep third linebacker on the field, which number forty seven. They're outside linebacker, Isiah Irving was the guy who came out quite often for them. And then they can attack him that regard or maybe on film. They've seen with bears doing is twelve personnel. That don't wanna go out there like that. We talked about. Alshon Jeffery me have a big game because the bears are gonna give you backside man coverage. And if you can take advantage of that win those one on one match up, you can move the football. And we saw some of that. Yeah. So Philadelphia won that match very clear. The entire first drive was backside man beaters Hofer strive which was really cool to see because I was like, yeah. That makes sense not they ran the whole drive out of eleven whatever it was that. They wanted to get on the field for the bears a team that lost their slug quarantine injured. Reserve team who was putting out there, you know, charity McManus was out there for a little bit. He went down John who's Houston. Carson fourth safety added come out there for a little bit play some coverage reps. He was able they're able to pick on him eleven personnel Gotha the match if they wanted the backside man coverage and after that first drive was the bears had stayed in one one coverage on the backside constantly they started leaving the safety on top of that not true double coverage. But instead of rotating to cover one rotating match coverage to like three. Reside. They stayed in true split field. So they had a little bit of help over the top of that one receiver. Philadelphia responded with a few more outbreaking rows of humour just like little quakes last stay in front of that safety. But Philadelphia was able to get that backside matchup for the whole game in a wasn't just differ either. 'cause I mean, they saw with no sin to on that on that comeback for the first down as well. So they were getting it with guys Zakar multiple times. Acuras back. There is an isolated flex tight end. And then you have them doing that. Then Philadelphia on the final drive comes out significantly more twelve personnel. But maybe running for the whole game. Right. When they're when they're down by five and they're coming out with nub tight end sets, which means three wide receivers off to one side or was in a tight end off to one side off the formation. And then one time end in line on the opposite side, no wide receiver outside of Minogue tight end. Very very very very very frequently forces teams into coverage because it's truth run and pass strength reads. The running back on the same side as that. Now, you've got two receivers potential to that side. And you know, you're getting usually cover through look to that side and Philadelphia walked up the field. They had the little screen completion. Dallas Qatar incredible cash. They had insane. Zach earth's catch as well. On that drive where he caught it when he was in traffic, and he was dealing with all that nonsense. And then they also have the Nelson galore catch run, which was a little flat. I a flat ideas. Well, they very heavily leaned back on the cover three curl flat conflict. Concepts that we've been talking about even writing about from bleeding green on that final drive out of personnel. Look like what they done all season because they knew they could get the match ups. They wanted to in terms of forcing the bears into that zone. Coverage. Eddie Jackson, playing was absolutely huge in that regard. So personnel is valuable in that it dictates matchups matchups are team specific they are game specific Philadelphia's twelve personnel numbers likely for the first time in five weeks will be going down into the game. They will be they will be on the decrease. But Philadelphia got the match ups. They wanted with six three Sean Jeffrey against five eleven six foot. Kyle fuller and prince amukamara, and they want them in here able to move the football in that regard. So yes, we can't be twelve personnel. Because we love the match of nightmares. Creates the match of nightmare for this game. As we discuss on the podcast was that backside man coverage Philadelphia identified it and attacted that's great offense game planning like we said, baby. Doug Peterson doesn't get out coached the playoffs. At a lot of those who tight end sets. We saw the why wing double wing that like the running. They were trying to punch of runs of the middle. All of those were just getting stuff by game Hicks, Eddie Goldman to relate than had a good game. Roquan Smith with the interception, which wasn't fulls as fault. Like, you could nitpick and say he could he could put it out a little bit in front of Smallwood, but roquan Smith came in rip the ball at the ball. Just lands in his in his laughing. That was a I thought that was foes fall for sure foles luck. I read saw the God. It was capped going down the scene and immediately turn to his check down burp the baby which basically bra roquan Smith right to it. And then through an an Acura bowel was inaccurate. But it was like an egregious throat in go right to Smith. It went to Smallwood first roquan Wintel rip it out. And just so happens that land on front of you know, in him. It wasn't a interception worthy. Throw in my mind. I didn't like the whole process, but you get what I'm saying. It's not I session where. Session where they find some really through throat right to win into small woods breadbasket. Then I'm just saying like it was it was I compared it to the earth's interception three against Houston where he just led the seeking to his check down over a it was a more accurate throw. Absolutely. The taxes was more. Inaccurate. I'd go whatsoever. But if you're gonna lead the linebacker down to the check down to lead him down to the curb. I'm a hit clear where you're gonna go better ball. That's all I'm saying on Bono. Yeah. No. I'm not saying it was perfectly accurate. I'm saying if you wanna make picket than yeah. It wasn't a great throw. So fun fact. Yeah. Philadelphia ran the exact same route concept. They ran against the bears in twenty seventeen scored touchdown and is on a game twenty eighteen spot the spot concept with the comp around instead of the quarter out which would normally come this concept. Yes. Which finding on my time line, we we can describe it or you can find on my time. I one of the two whichever you wanna do I retweeted as well. On my time line to great job Dallas gutters at the top of that route. So what you have is those two short routes spread out and you get that horizontal stretch. And then you get the vertical stretch you've got the match up with Goddard and Adrian MO's. And of course, we're gonna you know, this is a little all twenty two that we usually save for the all twenty two show, but it was awesome. Play by Goddard at the top of his route being physical turning his man Amos towards the outside. And then having access to all of that space to the inside good trust row by by foles. I think he let it go before he got out of that break. So really awesome to see Dallas Goddard coming through in a big moment in the playoffs. And also the eagles using concepts that have worked for them in the past that they used very sparingly. I will say you see the pop up every now and then but Doug Peterson dialed that one up, and it was a winner for him again as it typically is with that concept. So Ben anything else you want to get to before we go to three words ninety why they kick the ball. To to recount made. No sense to me at all. And it was short and was high and he caught on the run. And I'm thinking that's not a great idea. The last the opposite of things you want to do a day. Sean hall had had them and just completely whiffed on them. But then having to Recode in is that really often, you don't, you know? Right. I think that what did what did you think about this? The before the eagles scored the touchdown going into the phone good. They call a time out. They have three time out there on the two yard line. They have three timeouts if they don't make that fourth down conversion they still have three times to us to try to get the ball back. They said note, they call a time out. They were all in on that and committed from that moment like this is it sure. But if you feel like you don't have the play out up, right? And you want to have a conversation about what your veteran quarterback is seeing the call the time out. I mean, we're talking about tailgate you the fourth down you get three stops you. Call three times, I'm out probably get the background your own forty. With less than fifty seconds left with no timeouts trying to score touchdown again. You know what? I mean. Like, I it was very in the spirit of the Philadelphia Eagles under Doug Peterson to call time out and win the game on four th to like, that's what you do your down. There. Most score. You know what? I mean, the first and second down runs two things number one. Yes. You run on first and second down. Absolutely to me. That is an on question decision force the bears. You there timeouts if you can't score and third in two fourth day. You suck you should lose. As never to foles had the option to kill kill to a pass. If you wanted to it might have even been a pass originally he'd kill kill to a run. He was unclear in the presser, but he had the option to run or pass depending on the defense of look and both times he wanted to run and that was the best luck. And also it's worth noting. It's only a kneel down you can score on a running Blais. They didn't which is rising bears run defenses. Fantastic. I'm on. I'm not saying that. But you absolutely run those place and shortly after the third. Down failed score. Yeah. Everybody was getting a little skittish about that. I'm sure if they had us go forth out there have been huge question about it. But ninety nine times out of free. You absolutely run Navan for second down. You have to take the bears timeouts away. And they got down to thirty five and take the time to timeouts definitely not at all questioning the first two runs for this for the reasons that you stated you let the clock run. Let them use their timeouts. I mean, I was wondering at a minute thirty of the bears were gonna start calling their timeouts, and they let it run down even more. And I was like, yeah. Absolutely. You run the ball for the first couple of times there to take that time down make them user timeouts. Put Trubisky in a worse situation and put on him. And I agree the faith that you have that you're gonna make it on fourth down is incredible. So yeah, if you wanna have the right play call in there for foles, and it was really just a matter of Tate's on McManus. Tate's got leverage on throwing it's nice easy. Half field. Read the ball's gonna take him into the end zone by. Nature of the the Canucks everything. So. Yeah. Agree with that. I just thought it was strange when they first called the tight out on like, well, this is it right here. There is no second chance. There is no coming back from this. You're gonna have to live or die by this decision. That's what Doug Peterson has always done. So I agree with you there. Ben. Let's get to three words, obviously, the first one from Joe hashtag grow gotta go at show g for three the double dunk. Then let me tell you my butthole got so tight when it hurt it when a halo I post, and then I saw it hit the second one. Unlike the camera did like like a jerk thing, you couldn't tell which way the ball was moving with was going forward or backwards. And you just see it land in the grass in front of thing. Wouldn't incredible experience? Oh my God. Trayvon Hester, the second highest graded defensive player in the second half of the season for some rally death row that bag. Jamie FOX at Gerry, and then a bunch of stuff who's our our friend military friends says join doing game, which is a very good description because that kick took a year and a half the fall serve. And especially when I was watching when when when it hit the crossbar. Oh, it's going off the crossbar. Why do enough across bar one hundred going by Ronning gyro who's become a favorite? He was funny joke. Agile what Greece the polls, which we don't have any home playoff games this year, but Greece polls, anyway, we're probably gonna cause problems of and then also which is wonderful to me are cousin Vinny at the big kit sleeper agent Codey, which I really wanted. Chase Daniel's the end of this game said it could have been chase. Daniel Cody parkey, paying back the eagles for their misplaced faith in them. And losing the game for the bears parking was enough there to in here with pictures attached. That are pretty funny. Rodney Jackson at buffalo. Bernie. Looks so familiar in. It's a picture of Sean McVay with his mouth like wide open in amazement as we're really kick. Things off for the eagles. Al filling ham at L filling ham by bears, and it is a picture of everyone's celebrating. And also Jeffrey is looking to the crowd waving to them his former Lana place of employment. But when you another good picture what Mattie France, seventy seven Matija franscisco. No one no words. It us zero to three words, but he's got Sandra Bullock's per box blindfold recorded Parke's on fair to Cody because the ball was tipped. But it doesn't change the fact that it's kind of funny Ridgewood at teddy underscore Ridgewood tickled SCR abyss. That's interesting. I like that mesh toys, really, what was the name that. You're all. No. Yeah. No. No. That was. Yeah. Till new brisk. That's what it was. Now, he's not at full Ticha level yet. I'll be to see what happens has there. Been some who've suggested that the bears are gonna follow a similar trajectory and twenty nineteen as the Jaguars twenty eight. Eighteen in terms of they have an inconsistent quarterback behind them. Right. Got a lot of their successes. He's was predicated on defense, which is not a super sticky season to season strength. Like defense doesn't always carry into the next season as well. I would argue at the biggest difference. There is going to be the play designs of Matt Nagy who I really think is tremendous young coach that's gonna make a difference for the bears, but tickle tickle has not yet into existence. He still Mitch Trubisky. Only barely he is not yet risky think about this. This is still goes we talk about Mr. Bisky allot McGee him some crap. This is still Mitch trubisky's to sophomores campaign. It's his first year with this new offense and less in which I talked about I playoffs star quarterbacks. I plas advice for three this year. I mean, it's very very listen. You wanna who else losses? I playoff start. Nick foles. Von hasn't lost a playoff start sense. Nick foles. Hero. Oh, man. I'm telling you. It's really hard not to buy into this team. Even as a fan, not gone Lee man is covering the seem is an amazing experience. There's so many surprises around every corner, and they make you they just pull you in dude, they pull you in. We thought this team was dead dead dead. I tell you and yet here we are going into the divisional round playoff game against New Orleans. Saints van Admiral cramp is poor kids at frozen with awe. Instead of an says Brent this is Owen the birds Runcie's go marching in against the rules. I knew to kid against this every time none has no messing around. I lend for me syllable slide sometimes, but no don't you dare. That seven words UNIFIL. Anybody by changing how you presented it. You watch yourself. Mitchell at I'm not Jeffrey brings this up which I think is is crucial talk about the new norm. Doug Peterson such good head coach. So good for no else. Baby team is impossibly. Well, prepared right. Like you. They talk about what went into that fourth to call in the amount of work that they went into that call and the the relationship he's got with foale's out there in the belief that he's gonna Tate who obviously hasn't had a great tenure Philadelphia. I mean dogs just stellar stellar head coach man what a fantastic coached game from Monday to Sunday. You know, what I mean, just like in terms of preparation execution in a moment, man. It's fun watching this team. It's on watching Doug go, a member member many people were positive he sucked like a month ago. But it's fine. What's crazy is? This is the second time. He's done this with his team. When all was lost last year after went down. The one consistent strong voice was Doug Peterson. And I was shocked with how calm and cool. He was about everything. It's just who he is. Emotional in. Let's go Ben. He's a chip Kelly with a heart. Thank you as always for listening. So I show here on ESPN radio the Mike quick approved syndicated PGN radio guest. And so like show shut out. What a tremendous game. What a tremendous time. 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#92 - Hitler Don't Hit or (#WellRedBonerJams)

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#92 - Hitler Don't Hit or (#WellRedBonerJams)

"What is going on everybody issue boy that show fuck mice stupid? But we've only got a couple of weekends left here in two thousand eighteen this week. That's Germany back yet. Didn't hear him willing? Got a couple of weeks here up this week by number. Fifteenth sixteenth going to be in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and north Hampton Massachussetts respectively. Then never twenty nine December second we're going to be in Washington DC at the Washington DC improv than on to Kansas City, Missouri and Saint Louis, Missouri. And then homecoming shows finishing out the year December twentieth through the twenty third Nashville, Tennessee at zanies go. Well, read comedy dot com. Spelled just like the podcast W E L L R day comedy dot com. Sign up for our newsletter that way, you can find tickets before anybody else does in you'll have to be like people on Twitter who were disliked. Hey, I know you only put up like five dates of how how the fuck come Wisconsin on there. I know. 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Carve your own path this podcast is conversation between me and the two other idiots about how much Hitler don't hit really breaking some ground here. And then we talk about a well read Boehner jams zone Twitter. You'll hear at the end. We talk about all the best love Megan and banger songs from our middle school dance. Parties have you can think of some a shoutout us on Twitter hashtag well, read boundary Johns. Ashtec whale red boundary jams? All right now on with the podcast love you buy skis. No. L shows don't have. How down wasn't next now? How long have we been going? You get. Brian forty five seconds. Well, so that again what I say about Alex Jones of worst. I think the worst part about Alex Jones is that by existing in the sphere that he does he creates space for slightly less crazy people to be perceived as like normal, non like, religion, or whatever or people like ROY Moore and other like crazy hardcore conservative, Donald Trump. Make like they make merit conservatives. Look pretty, okay. But really, they're not. This weird Laryea comeback. See like painting and isn't as shitty shittiest Trump. And it's like he might be a war cry. Right. He's real was a war criminal. That's so funny to me. Funny to think that like George Bush started painting, and because he did that they're like he's kind of a queer like he's not he's not completely Kate. Be completely that way. He just did a half Hitler thing. While I was thinking about Hitler. I did gory gestures and he did Hitler. Right. He didn't do a forward were they call that Sigcau Hitler. Yeah. He just went sideways super flamboyant. I was sitting there thinking about it. I was like I literally was thinking. Yeah. By that metric Hitler was kinda queer. And as I by that metric, Hiller was kinda queer. You did gay Hiller. Yeah. The gay I'll Hiller Browning. Well, we was telepathic. I'm saying I was in here with you. Speaking of Hitler being kind of queer don't. Don't they they being like the conservatives and stuff like that? They part of their whole deal. Is it Hitler was super left? Right. They say, he's a socialist. But also she was money. She was money. He was a major leftist. They say just like how you know. Abraham LINCOLN was a massive conservative. Right. Right. Right. That's what I mean. Like, yeah. I mean, that's all shit defining lift is a mistake controlled. You know, like he was, but that's just fascism fascism of any type for sure but and Hitler, don't hit Hiller. I'll put that. I'll go on the record right now. On the record on this show is as you know. Clarifying that genocide don't head genocide don't know sorta his whole thing. So we've kind of already might our stance on Hitler clear, right? How did you see what else did? I would you hurt yourself to kick. This booed off and the my foot slipped. And I kick myself an ankle rule that don't hit as you were saying about Alex Jones being the leading. I don't know if this is like an an accurate assessment. But where if Alex Jones is that for the crazy, right? They can back. Well, at least we're not this crazy like not even just the right? I mean, I know he's got a lot of that in just conspiracy. Right. I've always that's always like, Lena Dunham has kind of always been my, well, you know, whenever me and my dad are going to be well, at least, I'm not her at least, you're not you know, what I'm saying. And whenever she'd be doing some stuff. I'm like I'll have to tell my friends. I'm like, okay. I hear ya. But like that's different. She's this right? You know what I'm saying? Right. Okay. You're not that cool. Well, I'm saying. You know for conspiracy people are like, yeah. But I mean, even I can laugh Alex Jones. Right. And then I find myself being like, yeah, they can laugh at Alex Jones. Whereas should just be like NAMA, and you're crazy, right? Yeah. You're all crazy. If you need that guy to be your, but they can say that about you. If you need. Don't just we need lead. And I don't need Lennon. Figured out. Why we need her? Yeah. So that me and my dad can sacrificial lamb. She always did wanna be Jesus. Yeah. Chops. So that checks out like if you've shaved a baby lamb. That's what Lena Dunham looks like naked in girls. I don't know that I've seen her naked. I know that she's done that and another the purpose of her doing that was body, positively. So we shot that in the asked us now the man, I don't think she was the right one for that. But that's the whole deal with that. Oh, yeah. I think I broke my ankle you really know. But it's throbbing throbbing don't hit and miss much like Hitler now way. Yeah. No. Because the throbbing dick. Robin. Do any kind of way didn't know ways. His mustache looks stunned. He probably had I think he was like real anti-smoking. Okay. Robin. Dick. Nobody can smoke. I mean here we go. Really good. I mean, I'm not like he shitty. But like he did hit. I can turn to dislike. I mean. Yeah. But in this analogy like I kicked the shit out of myself. Yeah. It was a hard kick. Right. Because it hurt right? Yeah. No. You're not like Hitler. Way my ankles the Jews. Quote. I mean, hey did has. Iran, comma about Hitler. I know what you mean. It's just like we've had that same discussion some Aben Laden before he didn't fucking hit for what he did. He. Good. What he did was evil and gypsum awful. Genocide don't hit Hiller hit at it. Hit at a thing that very down hit which means, hey, don't let the hits in his name. I just realized that. Yeah. Well, save I wanna talk more about more don't Hitler. Hey there. It is. It is about what this smoking thing. That's that's what. What? I'm anne. I don't know. That's funny. 'cause then like when that was before like, we found out that smoking was like the worst thing you could do it super funny because it's like, all right? Here's what we're going. Do. We're going to violently. Take over the world. Vive kills all situ killing all the Jews because no smoking stinks. Was that grow Smith? So back. I bet he just didn't like it because he didn't want people take breaks. Exactly. We know. We must hate Jews for those fifteen minutes. I'm doing the worst German accent everybody I'm loving. Yeah. You find out some stuff on this the German movement during the in the. Late thirties. Early forties was the most powerful anti-smoking movement in the world. You don't say. Yeah. I was just imagine like America's anti-smoking movement being Joe, man. I'm just saying if we could kill some fucking paper. That's what it takes. I'm trying to find Hitler specifically book. Do I even where did that even come from like seventy eight Hitler documentaries because he hit. No. I know we didn't hit. But you know, he was fucking of a big deal. I'd say I don't like how many hit my my oldest nephew got really in the war documentaries. And obviously a lot of them are about fucking Hitler. And he like, you know, when you say to me core. He's a good general that I'm like. Wouldn't a twelve year old says it you're like, these documentaries? Gotta go, man. Hey, we got a good general. We got home with you know. No, I hear you. Hitler was a ex-smoker gave up the habit early in life. He considered it a weakness and used it to describe he used to describe it as the wrath of the red man against the white, man. Vengeance for having been given hard liquor. Indians into this because tobacco is American crop. The I guess native American. I mean, it is though. Right. So he was saying we came over there. We murdered all of them. They're getting this bags, and this is how they got us back. Apparently what he saying dude Hayler with something else. No shit. Proclaim cigarettes, the enemy of the people. So he smoked then he quit. And nobody else is allowed to fuck. Plastic. Ex-smoker? Course he did. Wouldn't their thing. We're like he he had some Jake's this is what did it for me? Like, wait a minute. I'm starting to think this guy was kind of a dick at least. What he's saying? No on a ex smokers are locked that like Hitler. But now a lot of smokers are the most hard core like fire vent shouldn't smoke. I'm people that exists. So. Now. Now, I'm already fighting that by the way, I do it happens all the time. I'm saying most people like that are Adolf Hitler. He was most people aren't. I've been smoking pretty serious for fifteen years. And I just decided I I'm now in week three of quitting. And I already when I say semi smoking this fucking pathetic weak-minded idiot smoking a cigarette. And I'm like who the fuck are you Andy smokes now? And she won't admit it. She's still like acts like it's just like does that like me like like I smoke when I'm out here. I put those cigars at your house and I'll like smoke too when I'm out here. And then since we've been coming here more, I don't do that anymore. So she's like sailing sometimes they're like I need to. And I'm like, no, they're in your car hidden new pack every now, and then I found him in the. Yeah, you're like you're a smoker. Yeah. Amber does that shit where she's at what it's the whole. Well, no, I don't. But only if I've, you know if I've been drinking. I'm like, uh-huh. Uh-huh. How often do you be doing that? Because she said, well, this is what we're talking about the other day, and she is like amber teaches she doesn't drink during the week. Therefore, she doesn't smoke during away on the weekends. She'll have some cigarettes. She'll be drinking except for sometimes she does. But she's like, but I'm not I'm not a smoker, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. And I was like, okay. Well, like if you only smoke when you drink picture this. You know, we got some irons in the fire. We got some things going on you, do you know, what if comes situation where I hid it super big. You don't have to teach. You're not doing anything during the week. You're going to be drinking more. And therefore, you're gonna fuck. It's my whatever I'm not a smoker. Yeah. If you fucking by if you buy new pack of cigarettes every week regardless you only smoke one day because you're drinking that one day. I'm sorry. You don't get to be like, I'm not a smoker, but you are because I Davie mon- out throughout the fucking week well 'nother thing, and he said there was like these cigarette butts on the I was like what'd you drink? She's like, no just need one. And I was like, oh, you're smoker. And she's like, no we started having a conversation again. And she goes. Goes. Well, I just need it to relax you. That's what smoking. Yeah. That's all which is by the way, fine. But don't yet know. But I mean, I get that. Like, if you if you're a new thing you nobody wants to be a fucking smoker. Well, here's my thing with that. If you really don't want to be a smoker, wouldn't it be smarter to tell yourself? You are one before you ever get in the danger zone instead of being into now. Probably as you're going to become addicted while set now, but that didn't help to now logical. Yeah. Yeah. You don't denounce not on purpose? I don't guess hopefully denies a little logical even for on purpose. Definitely is. Yeah. No. It is logical. Not it's not voluntary launch. You just do it. It just happens. You'll brain just be doing it. Right. It just be that way. Oh, yeah. The nonsmoker who left me in Athens, Georgia this weekend. So we'll read well read nation as you may have followed on my Twitter, my Instagram and all migratory just post you boy was in Athens, Georgia this weekend to see the Georgia BULLDOGS play the Auburn Tigers on me. Plugged on me to make fun of you at the end of the story. Speaking of gratuitous post continue. Oh, I know what this is going to be about. And it's hilarious west wet plan said fucking crank me up. I can't like because I don't know. But go ahead anyways. What was I talking about? Oh, yeah. We were in. And he's got a Airbnb we had fuck in. I mean, I'd rented this Airbnb a long time ago, not even knowing if I'd have time to go there but flew from LA to the game flip back from the game to hear. Well, what had happened was I'll have to leave out some details. Just because I you know, we don't be talking about them. But like found out I wasn't going to have to be back in LA until Tuesday and not Monday. So I'm super pumped because I've gotten an extra day that I can spend with amber at my house with my dog. Oh my God. So it's like the games already over when I find this out. I'm telling Ambra about it. She super pumped who was like, oh my God. We can grad home with each other tomorrow instead of getting naked, by the way, everybody. What are you doing? You just get. I thought dude I thought that you were about to Mr.. But and Mr. bud so hard that you wanted your pants to be off for it. Because like you had to Mike buck at the ready. I just driving the Mike, and it was dangling. Right. Okay. So I'm explaining to amber, it's a whole fucking thing. I'm going to be able to come home. I'm at this. Bar. I'm going outside. I'm working out my ticket with delta. Switching my shit ambush talking about all the different types of food. She wants me to make her when we get home because I can cook dinner, and whatever, you gotta yada, yada. So anyways, we get drunk. We go back to the place, and I'm woken up the next morning by amber already dressed and ready to go and walking out the door with her fucking brother and sister in law, and I'm just like what are you doing? And she's like I'm leaving. I'll see you later, you're going to LA, right? And I was like what we had a whole thing last night about how I don't have to be back in L A until Tuesday. And I'm riding with yawn. She's I dare potato have to bear. We're leaving. We're leaving right now. I guess you just rob Robbie or whatever. And I say we we had a hole in her fucking excuse was Corey it was last night. I was blackout. How do you expect me to fucking? And then I'm the dickhead. How do you expect me to remember this? I'm blackout and I'm like okay fair enough. But you know, as you pointed out to me. Me you have laid the groundwork for that argument for years. Yeah. I know, you know, I know I have it was that is true. What you just said. She did to you petard you've done versions of that. Yeah. To. Yeah. I mean may for one countless times that's why I didn't hit her. You know what I'm saying? Well, I mean, there's a lot of reasons, but I'm saying I was mad for a second. And then I was like all right luck in whatever let me so let me posit a theory here. Well, not a theory. But because I'll believe your answer to this regardless. But I'm just throwing this out there is it possible that she. That you lie in their light up drunk snoring about dead. Just so well hold on. But that so I don't even mean that she like she's still woke you up right before she left kids, but she woke you up. Right. Okay. I know that she said that I'm saying, but then she also was like, well, we gotta go we gotta go. So if you go and you better fucking get your shit together. Let's go because we got to go. And then she lets up saying I'm going to do that. Right. Is it possible that she was up, and this was a thing, and she you weren't up. And so she just so she reversed gas let me those you're saying, I think that's just gas lighting. Right. She lied to you. Yeah. No. That's not possible. It's well, I mean, it's entirely possible. But no, she didn't what I made is like, wow, we're hedge Allegri when she was blackout. Hedge all agreed on what time you're relieving. Do you know when they were leaving they need to be back by certain time. No one had ever told you that information was the only one that had any type of Tom thing. Because I was like I have to leave by this to get to the airport to do this. That's another thing. I was so pumped about I was like I can fuck and sleep in. So like, no, I was the only one that had anything that I had to be in a hurry for. There's was just mom and dad Taylor, and Derek they had not been out as long as us. So what happened was they got? They went back early in the they woke up early, and they're like, we're fucking ready to go and amber was part of the state. Well, I mean, I'm wrong with y'all. So I guess I'll go with you to. And then that's how it was. I don't think that happened. Okay. Not that not she wouldn't have done that not like she's way too. Good of a person, it wouldn't benefit her any is what I'm saying it benefits her way more if I'm there. I. Knowing that. There was no time talked about it. Whatever I'm saying. I didn't know if it was a thing where like you've knew everybody knew they were leaving in the morning, and then you knew your plan to change, and then you still just slept and slept and slept. And so then it became a, hey, we gotta go right now. If you're coming thugging, we gotta go and you didn't wake yourself up. It weren't that. Okay. Oh, you thought it was like kinda his fault. I wonder if. Wondered if it had been put out there when they were leaving. And then so he just didn't send alarm he just slipped straight through it. And so this was her kind of being like putting it. Yes. She didn't remember none of that. At all. That is a thing. Amber like when she's blackout often. Like, she don't remember, you don't, you know, I'm saying like sometimes I can look at her and be like, she's not remember this. But then there's sometimes where it's like everything like the machines running, you know, what I'm saying. And like everything I'm like, I think definitely tell she's drunk. But like because I do that often. They're like, how do you not remember this? You've seemed fine. Right. It was that. It was what it was that. Yeah. But I'm saying like, you know, it's always like now she's fucking find. This is a whole thing looking back. I do remember several times at this one specific bar here. We haven't to this this way. I hope this is so ridiculous. It's about. Of course. No, it's about debate. But again good understand that after all this. We then went to waffle house. She ate devoured a complete meal. So apparently had the temerity and wherewithal to steal your credit card and pay for said waffle house trip. That's true out of your wallet caused you to cancel my card because I thought I'd left it at this bar that I'm going to talk about we're sitting there at this bar, by the way, all of us pretty much. Everybody was just like we've been wanting to leave for like an hour, hour and a half. We're we got fuck in an ambush just like we're fucking in Athens. I know we're all old and tired wanna go we go to. We're never here. We got a tough it out Rosner, Tom. I want to leave amber is literally passing out at the bar like she keeps slumping her head over grabbing her head point backup going, babe. You're falling. You're literally passing out. Let's just go. No. And she's like, no, I can make it and I'm like, but no one wants you to like you're saying like, you're not being a hero for us. We all wanna go home. Let us take you home. She's I'm fine. And she'd sit there for a second, then not see your eyes. And then she just catch your head before it hit the fucking table when I'm like get up. She's like we'll be. Oh, okay. And to her credit. She kept passing out wake him back up. And then drinking more beers and stuff like that. And this is the person you can't believe what I'm saying. Is we got up after that went to another bar and like it's like she should. This too that she stopped passing out and it seamless gutters. We've all taken wanna take borrow your stories. They're absurd on the surface. Yeah. But it takes me less than three or four. By the way. I just gave muscle hiccup. I don't I can get to another level of absurd for sure that. I'm just like why would I bring this up? Oh, yeah. That's not normal. I should talk about that. That is actually the key to this whole story. Yeah. Exactly. But I would I felt like you were going to different direction where it's like on the surface it same. It is all absurd in every direction. But like, it's always when you find out more layers of it. You're like. Yeah. Right. Yeah. And that do be happening a lot with historian. So this was I think shorter, but similar in the vein of absurdity mean Andy went out are the people who played our wedding. It's really just one guy the band's changed so much over the years. It's just the front man, but the burn Herman's were playing onset. Have the hiccups somehow on Saturday they were playing at Brisbane? So we rallied to go out because she'd been working all day and we'd been traveling. I was tired. So we drink a few beers. Got. There did a shot. We got our buzz on pretty quickly, but it was already eleven. So it was fine. I'm listening to you. I'm just paying. So I went to pee in the story and. I came back downstairs, and he's dancing with some guy. He's behind her. He's got one hand on her. Right hip on her leg. Like coming up like that. He's goes other. Lord. You look. Hey hammered fucking drunk right now. You pay it you off your shirts. You can't stop hiccuping. You you almost threw up just now. Yeah. This fuckers does. There's it's just started happening. If I like my throat, if there's a certain way that I go I give myself the hiccups forgetting, the not do it. What do you why are you doing to begin with trying to clear throat? You hear this? Already. Don't his right. It's hell, yeah. I'm gonna hill. Good good for you. And so I come back behind her the right here. He's got his left hand, they're holding hands air his hands. Not rogue Titi, but her hands over Titi and his hands on top of that and his face that would you board? It is like on her shoulder from the back. So I can't say I could just see his head. Everybody listens. I'm getting really weirded out nerve. It was her super flamboyantly. Oh my God. So gay friend. Donovan who the only time I've had a problem with him in the molester departments when he Malysz may. Right. But I couldn't see his face, right? I come back, and I see that. I would have hidden if his head hadn't been done. I thought I literally had the thought if you say you'll break your knuckle. So I grabbed him by him. No, I couldn't see me face buried internet. So you're about to commit a hate crime. I grabbed him he's black and gay. Grab him jeopardy. Shirt from here. Push him away from her heart like separate him from her about three feet hit two people. He flips his head gets rocked back. He sees. It's me he's like scared. But then also he recognized I recognize him. So I go from like, I'm about to kill a person. And then leave my wife to like, oh my God. It's Donovan, and he I go. Oh, fuck I'm so sorry. And he just responded by making out with me. All right. And it was so of we're like I didn't want him to kiss me. But I almost feel like I owed him know that. I didn't I pulled my head away pretty much immediately. But I had that thought of like, I guess. Okay. We'll kiss my just because of that to look fucking red reformed rednecks so used to pick on the gay kid or whatever. So I guess I'm wanted to let him something a deck. Now, we're ever really going to bury the hatchet. Barrett. My. But now he did leave. I think it did freak him out a little bit. Because of like, I kinda manhandled him which maybe why kissed me look. Ankle there's a huge. Yeah. I think is drunk. Happened his ankle. So. Hold on. No. I how many more bars y'all go to after she was passed out one more. Okay. And then waffle house. And again when we got to the second more though like it was more open lit up. Thanks. She came back and it was like second win situation. It was like, okay. You really were just tired. I mean, we've been tailgating all day and shit like that. She was one hundred percent Fontham. Let's go get some eight, and then we'll, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. So like, I had no reason to believe that it wasn't. And she said, let's go get someday. You think she said something about the card? No because unless he lied or just not live, but like told the story in the funniest way possible to me earlier. She didn't tell him. She told him about the car, you're saying she also forgot no, I just meant you think in. He he just said she was like, let's go get something to eat or whatever. And I'm saying you think in that moment when he confronted her or when they he tells her I canceled my credit cards. She goes a habit. You hit it wouldn't she have said in that mom, I told you I was taking it both forgot. Yeah. A tale of two shows available. Chose drunk times. It was the drunk. Going back to what you're saying earlier about he the he tells story on the surface level. And then as you pay it back when he told us that she had left him. And I happened. He here's exactly what I thought happened. And I'm not I'm not saying that you misrepresented this was on this was on text messages, whatever. But it I came across to me as though he woke up, she's gone. He he calls her. I'll lift you gotta fight today. I'm I'm I'm on the way back home. And he was like latte told you fucking don't. I'm not fine L told him tomorrow or whatever. And she was just gone down the road. Right. That's what I thought happened. Nail knowing that like he played all munch of roles in the law. Intel your while. She was hammered. And then also she's still woke you up and told her before she left like you could have just got up and land. And. You. I know I was just mad. And again, I'm I shouldn't be this is done at the moment. In the heat of the moment. I was furious that her dumb ass had just forgotten all this shit, which is. Yeah. She was blackout, duh. Of course, she forgot it on the idiot for expecting her not to a fucking forgotten around me, the whole reason I told that fucking story is you've laid the groundwork. You said this you say, yeah, I can't get mad at her for using the blackout defense cabin using it for years. I can't get mad at Andy for the well, it was a gay guy defense because I've been using that one for years so and would like to in the future. You don't wanna fuck and berry that no I here. Yeah. And again, I'm will need this one in my back pocket too. So I just immediately shut up like, we did we, you know, if if this hadn't happened a billion fuck times on both ends, we would probably got in a fight. But it's happened. So many times like, well, we just got a I don't know we to start writing stuff down on each other's hands. Yeah. Yeah. Mementos the fresh Mike or if you like if we're blackout, and we really need the person. Remember this morning. We got nobody would pa- Minto. I'm I did. Okay. Well, before remember that's been a thing. Yeah. Somebody talking about his uncle had to do that. Or something. Literally the owners I didn't say it is because I it's a previous podcast to now. That's it Manta Minto. Yeah. Well, yeah. We just rotten stuff down on each other. We make up a Minto trailer. Where it's just him because he's a blackout drunk, and this is what he has to do remember shit hits. It has to be like food related somehow. That makes sense. Remembering that, he put a pizza in? Of. I've just got tight me to the airport written on her left heady that was where I was going with that. Okay. We learned today that trae has eaten a frozen pizza uncooked. But that was in college. It would then rape anything you do in college don't count and most racism, I just and nothing about this makes sense. Most right. Yeah. Because like I was about to say, well, you know, what I'm saying? Like, sometimes you too stupid, ignorant racism, not hateful racist. Right. None. Like a lot of things about this. Don't make sense, but you know, drunk and in college I came back to my apartment one night. Everybody else was passed out or not there. I was the only one there, and I guess I saw pizza box on the counter or something. I don't know what made me do it. But I looked and I looked in the oven. And there was a pay a Totino's pizza in there. And again, I just walked in the door. So I know I didn't do it. I know it ain't mine whatever. But I and again in my drunk and the head it was just like, wow. It must be my birthday. Clearly, someone has baked me paid. So I guess I thought you know, you thought. Thought you cooked. It you forgot you did. And that's how drunk I just got back. Like, I just got in from the barn. Don't. Anyway, I pulled it out. Ain't ate the whole thing went to sleep. And then the next day. I was in there hung oversight on the couch and Thompson. I think came and opened up the oven. Or whatever is like what the fuck and I saw him doing that. And I said, oh, that's your pizza my bad, man. I ate I last night when I was drunk, and he goes, you eight that you just pulled it out of here night. And I was like, yeah. He goes it did thaw out. That's what happened. It'd been sitting there song. It wasn't frozen out followed. Yeah. He was like he was like he was like, oh, did you cook it, and I was like it was cooked already. And he was like, no, it wouldn't who's like, I just I put it in certain or you didn't cook it because I didn't I pulled it straight out of the oven and ate it. I didn't do nothing to it. One hundred percent certain he didn't. And he was like, but he just said I pulled it out put it in there. I was good at bake it. But then I was super high and tired, and I was like fucking. I'm going to bed. I turned off and went to bed. He was like, but I did not cook it to me. That's the second weirdest. Part of the story if I'm stoned. Yeah, I'm still maybe maybe because he's gonna take thirty five fried. He's gonna false. I've done that before. That's probably what was he thought. He what he wasn't gonna make it to the end of it. So he just called to bed. Bed with ought to be like you. You're gonna sit on this fucking couch, and you're gonna nod off and you'll burn this God damn house down. Don't fucking probably was something like that. But anyway, I ate a uncooked thawed out Totino's party pizza every time I hear Tina the thing is Lance Parker. Did you ever meet last Parker hawker p a UK? Sounds New York comedian. He had this Joe the premise, I don't remember the whole thing the premise was talking about weed becoming legalized and how eventually that's going to lead to fancy we'd restaurants like fancy wine restaurants like a weed pairing. Don't they have those in Amsterdam? I'm sure do. Do. This. This is a nineteen ninety eight Bubba Kush. It's half sativa half. Indicates a nice Blinn. It pairs well with two Tinos pizza rolls. He would do like five more in the we keep getting more elaborate, and then every time he would go goes well with two Tinos pizza. Details. Pizza rolls last night. Party pizzas hit. Oh, I love them. I mean, you know, there's better ones of that out there. This is something. Frozen pizzas. Because I know I'm stupid when it comes to food. But when it comes to red sauce. You know, what's know? Well, go ahead. I mean, dude honestly in the world of frozen pizzas. I know what you're gonna say. No, it might be them. Don't tell us. Okay. They have you're gonna say the thing with whom stone also hits. Here's the problem with tombstone tombstone don't know who it is. It's living alive tombstones to close to being a real pizza and it pisses me off. But here's what I do. A little bit. So that's actually what you just said is exactly why I don't particularly like digiorno because I know their whole thing is it's not delivery is does your know that yet they tried to be just be trash trash trash too much. Saute knows this. A mystery meat with so much salt in it. I take I take Totino's pages to burn it. I put velveeta on top up. You know? Frozen pizzas. I I will do it within the of them. But I'm saying you Dr up a Totino's take Mitch sold it over. Folded. Over crust pizza something. Yeah. Kitchen out, California pizza kitchen, you dress those up, and you you basically have a pizza to write convince myself because it says something on the box that it's good for me. Red baron is red baron redbeard. Does the pepperoni don't taste like real pepperoni? And that his for me. I guess it's Kirkland because that's fun. You don't taste like onion? But you like it fucking love fun Jons. But you lack Rabanne pepperoni is the functions of pepperoni. I'm with that my favorite my favorite frozen pizza is Kirkman. Let Costco brands that's fucking great. They know that they have like a corn meal. I haven't fucked because contracts so far from my house. It's no one we didn't we fucked Sam's Club in Colorado. Fact, it's the only frozen pizza that I'd don't go in there. And like, you know shift show it up on. I don't have to say it just really good now speaking to Tinos pizza rolls those. And that I think it's Tony's go. Yeah. Only two brands I fuck with over this other than save a lot and the sable that thing is just because I grew up on. I Tony's pizza. I've had and hits. I don't think I've ever had Tony's pizza rolls. Opposite pizza rolls. I've only ever had. I've only ever had Totino's. And then like generic brands. Let me ask you all this. Okay. I remembered one of the topics I wanted to talk about non pumped about it. Go have bagel buys they hit. Okay. Fucked with them. That was a hidden. Fucking loves those things pizza. Pizza time with pizzas. Any time you poor. Signed to my house. But that's exactly like that. They got me. We had those like mom we need that. When I was a kid we fucked with that more than we did pay pizza. Rolls became. Yeah. Oh, we'll do that. But the bagel bites was the jam. My sister would eat them bitches Benton. She preferred him Benton LA's bagel about. So I mean, I've I routinely have bagel bites at the crib. Still pizza rose though for me, there's something in the pizza patrols a degree of right now. No, yield boys know is what it is. But I like, I think I like Google glass more. I understand. I know this is different sort of thing. But like how where y'all down hot pockets and how they followed this trajectory of things. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I'm not anti. But they're not even close to frozen pizza or pizza bites. They like the pizza flavor. Hot book to me. It's it's so much worse than for about to having cheesed. Bargar cheese burger? What you cheese burger the burger? Well, you were just talking about. What about the pepperoni being like there was that fake shit or whatever the the hamburger meat in the hot pocket cheeseburger, one is so fake, and I know a horse. I love a horse. All that horse us for the bib. Right. I bet your phone. Probably did you just for now. That was my phone. That's a great sentence. Well, and Andy used to have our phone on vibrate. All the time. I would say your phone Florida. Yeah. And it'd make her laugh because the word for it makes her you said the other day, he was on your phone, and you had to fart and you instinctively put your phone your bud halted to try to record like like. Yeah. The way we do in the podcast. But when I say on my phone, I don't mean like I was on the phone. So I was like, no, no, I was just like on Twitter, and then just put my phone. Just put it right back to your face. Right back to what you were doing. Right back to what you were doing on the way up as I walked it far in. Oh, man. Realize what I've done. Larry was as I walked into my own mouth. I realized what a caricature I become. We're far Noma. I remember one of the things I want to do on the podcast, and like this is right. But. I had thought it would be a whole thing that I would do in advance. And then talk about it on here. And you have our fans chime in the night done. None of that. Because I forgot domino it hits. Listen. We'll tell them what you guys. All right. And then they yeah. Okay. Yeah. All right. That's actually, that's better. So that this will work better. I wanted to do like a as usual one of us as fixture. I do usually the anyway, you right? Bracket like a. Tournament. Voted on. You know, how like they'll do. Yeah. Video game character of all time. All the time round March madness. This is only this only works for people that are around our age. I think but. Middle school dance jams. And I feel like one side of the bracket is slow jams and other side is bangers. Right. And so like on the banger side, we number one number one seed is probably not. No. Because if it is it because it just wins. Well, hell number one wins number one seed, you don't think he's going to give it a run for its money not pounding upset it in the phone phone. But he here's the seatings though on the banger side number one say gotta be backed at ASA, right? As one without a doubt window, the wall, the other one now we were in college by then I think hot and hair came out when I was in high school that was that was a big one. So here's my sleeper. Stand back. You're dancing kinda close next to close. Yeah, right now. But we're from. Yellow collar on the slow jam side. Hang on one second. Oh my God. I know the group what was the name of the fuck. Yes. What's the song? All my life. All my life. All my life. Laugh Joe Joe you did because that's a huge one this number one seat. And then a boy's, man. Boys. Demand. The slow dances. Y'all didn't have no country music because lonestar amaze. Oh that was that was that was like so parody song. I ever wrote was to that was because it was so annoying that we had to do it at every middle school dance. And it was baby. I'm disgusted by you. And me, and my boy will every time it come on. We would just start singing that she and all the girls who were like, they were like, you know, the the hand in the back of they man's pants girls are serious about that quid fucking assholes, and we're just singing the whole thing making their lives. Shitty. It didn't even rhyme. I'm glad you've improve. No. It's still great at matter. I'm just kidding. But. That is when I knew I think the first time that we weren't gonna make it my high school girlfriend or not not that. I thought we would. But you know, what I mean? Oh, great. Breathe by faith hill. Yeah. Yes. It was that Chenoweth twain looks we've made you're still the one. Yeah. You're still the one that was always be you. When you. Man, you know, that the girl was gonna come get you take you the dance. Get your tone with and I was like I do. And it drives doing math problems. If you sitting over there watching doodoo. Your little nerd ass. Bitch, kim. Yeah. This is a great idea. Oh, wait who's going to draw the bracket is is it sixty one of our fans. I don't know. Thirty two. So it sixteen eight we is. Sixteen. Sixteen bangers. We'll see whether the banger basis logjam. Yeah. That's the that's the championships. Yeah. I love this Twitter thing. So we'll have to wet to have our finance. Help us make the bracket. I in the next week will describe the bracket, and you could post it with the podcast the picture of the bracket, and then people can vote needs to make the bracket. Most of them. I have to physically make it. I don't need anyone to order them. I need to know what the sixteen hour. Then we can order them for the record. This is night in a large group of our fans, which is you know, y'all old Fokkers, which is fine. But like podcast list. They throw their middle school dance. And it's strong enough to make it in my bracket. Like, I'm thanking foreign we'll also though but to be fair like just because they weren't in middle school hit. They still heard these jams when they came out they've been when days at the club, they older, you know, what I'm saying. Like, it's not there nine hundred years older than us. Brown Brown is this go foreign born is gonna end up winning. Funny vindicated. I'll have to kill myself. What else was some God, damn jams? There were so many jams. No diggity, no, diggity, L D, ignition remix. Yup. Oh, what about when biggie? Don fucking to. Oh, I don't know if that's a banger or a slow. Evans. They were doing staying in them the police. Dude. Around boat. I laced the track you lock the flow. Notorious they got to know that things ain't always what it seemed to be words can't express what you mean to me. Even though you go we still at team till your family. I feel your dreams. If you can't wait to see how you opened up the gates for me Rimini, sometimes my my friend try to bag it out, but it plays. Again. These real hard to conceive can't imagine all the pain. I feel I give anything to hear half breath. I hope he's still living your life after death. You went into the police. You got to change the words a little bit. Just a sample. You right. This wasn't it. Not only. Hey sample. We bombed the goddamn Leary. Mo MO money. Mo problems was a. Also. I don't know about for y'all. But this was for us gave me a Ringling. If you want some dangling that for y'all Chuck Berry. No good. Do ring you won't some just give it at rang. Elaine now. You just reminded me of PD who paid you. Yeah. Definitely one for sure. Yeah. Y'all have never heard give me. L E songs like honestly do that. We're trying to fill this out. Nell is gonna fuck. And like, how'd you grammar was a huge one? Yeah. Spears? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Hit me baby. Boomer time toxic owed town song. Yeah. Oh shit. That was the describing the girl all the she had. No he's talking about Lou liquid dream liquid dream. You know that we might be on the banks out. I don't personally I don't think there was a slow jam. What was that? Jim. Yeah. L F O. I let my girls look summer girls. Song is so fucking stupid. But it was that it's in that hotel. Girls wear Abercrombie and Fitch take if a had one wish you know, this is dead. What the lead singer? He did. That's fun. Yeah. It's okay. To look that up, by the way, probably wrong. Sure, sure, I'm way wrong. I'm not just killed that guy. Yeah. But also, I can I can't think of any more without thinking of Eminem, all or nothing. Oh, yeah. Is this fuck how'd that go? You could you tell the phone call to quote to quote book and big mouth. You could rub fronts for five minutes on that. Another slow got God must have spent a little more time on you think version. Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. Yeah. That song. I believe you. Oh, you know, it was. Oh you. Realizing that other than the couple of ones I could get the front rub going on with. I'd really just remember the bangers. Now, I hear you. But I remember I remember in the front Ruben was the most because I always have me girl because I hit. Antagonizing them during during that song because that's all I'm didn't hit for me. Oh town has a Twitter. How do they not break report before Twitter? They're still here. And it followed by George minus. God damn funny. I'm trying to think obviously any backstreet like instinct. Bye bye. Bye. Fucking backstreet boys them off the millennium album. The I want it that way that was one. Ultimately, I'm I'm just fucking tone out album shit here that. John mayer. You know, what's millennia? Actually, but was was also millennium Fisher room for squares around that same time. Yeah. But that that was right at the beginning of college for me, right? Did y'all ever get Gygi would? Oh fuck. Miami. Yeah. Partying the city where the heat is on all night on the beach to the break down. Welcome to Miami. Being the need though on me on me bouncing in the club would hate his own all night on the beach stood of break it down. Yeah. Oh, yeah. I don't light it. Yeah. Cigar. That's a that's getting it. Then he says Pitney goes into pig Latin ill way to Amei on day or flay Gygi. Make it feel. Gygi make it feel like four play. Yo macario was infinite. Now, all in it. We forgot about master p. Oh my God. Mike him say. I I didn't hear it either. But I believe I meant to say it after I was talking about. I said that asks up now, I said baller shock collar. That's a slow jam lesser. Oh, yeah. My way. Oh god. You might wanna. This is what you do. And all the things that come along with you made me make me. Make me a solace. So also shrubs. Yeah. Yeah. That was that was the pay. Good. Yeah. I remember that shorty fees. You never heard the parody that came out for no scrubs called no pigeons by them hood ass. Shorty thieves are sporty or something something like that. That was the forty games. It's pretty awful franker. Sounds like it is. Is also around. Missy lissi fucking. But in reverse it if it worked it, let me work, Marcus. Yeah. Yeah. I can't stand the rain, although work it was a much bigger than that one. What about? Thought of it a minute ago. You brought up Tamblyn him in was putting shit out back. Then what about the peaches and cream, peaches, peaches and cream the band needed because you know, jagged edge, right? Was that one twelve one twelve one twelve day had? They had a jam called body. Oh, that's anywhere. We can do it anywhere. That's. Ios your fantasy. Oh, what's your fantasy? Oh, my body girl. Was that key switch? I don't know. But jagged edge. What was that song jagged edge daily Bacardi something party? But where two party AC girls on the way that Bacardi yet? We're the party at I was a buying her that wasn't buying her. Do that again. You know, happy doing that from time to flip the first NPR d produced track Rydin. Yeah. Yeah. Man that might have been a little later that might have been high school do not from nothing, but an I don't really follow to banger. My fucking Nukii by limp biscuit, that was always play there because you dancing went biscuit, all about the he said, she said bullshit like also again, it doesn't really find any of these categories. But they they stayed playing Papa Roach last resort at that. Yeah. Oh, my life. Is this is my last race? Good. God you talking about giving some people a voice that didn't need one M do party up. Yeah. They had there. That's what I was down there today. You were doing that. Yup. That was the jam. What about Mace? What's the maim feel so good? I think it was smooth by Carlos Santana and Robert Thomas. The food. Jeez. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Killing me. Softly. Well, all right. We get it. We know stuff. Oh, yeah. So anyways slobber hose get. On this fucking bracket. You know, how you know how it is. Yeah. I wanna do that tweeted trae late nineties early? Oh. Four. For the will read election. Let's what is it hashtag? Well, read middle school dance. That's. Jams. We'll read boner. Sweet good way to narrow this down to because like that might cut out pop roads and stuff like but like. Here. The bracket of the songs the top songs to have or have upon you a boner if your thank back on the song. And if it makes you whiny wiggle or your waning Steph, or whatever or you remakes, you remember getting stiff weenie on you. And this obviously, that's just a metaphor women. You can get pussy Boehner soda. Yeah. Go and get a pussy Boehner. There you go so hashtag, which is by the way up that song is in the running here. Hashtag big pimping. Yeah. Fuck. Yeah. Well, read Boehner John. All of this at police. We'll read Boehner j just now when you said it, even though I said it I forgot it. And I thought you're about to say well, read Wehner Boehner's. No, well, read waiter Boehner's. Wait. Maybe we'll rid Weiner jam now. Boehner Boehner jam I mean, that's from what is still it's out. There have set it up. It's Boehner jam. Boehner powder jams. It's from forty year old virgin boundary jams. Paul Rudd's character gives him the porno type porno mix type, it's got Boehner jams. Oh, wait there. Whatever better for everybody loves, Raymond. He's a good show. I just type it. But but Boehner jams. Oh, there you go. That's my personal favorites up selected, so hashtag will the Beatles. Did I think he's still the song? But you didn't know it. Yeah. That's the thing. They admitted to they were not admitted to that. Now, they're the Beatles. When they're like, but if but not even if they did a bunch of that like they've had the same thing done to them. So many countless times since that lacked fucking happen with that case. Because like I mean, so in the case this dude knows a woman. It was a riff. It was a G CD in the way in the in the rhythm was the same in the breakdown was the same in terms of how you play those notes of the famous Beatles song, and yes, and George Harrison what he said was well, no, I didn't steal it. But I have definitely heard. That song. I have to admit that maybe it like worked its way into my brain. And then I accidentally stole it. He did it on. It may not have been even he might have done it once for the Beatles habit. That was something that happened with him and the song moss. Wait lord. Okay. It was just it was just his. Moss weight loss with that is like when it comes to musical progressions, specifically, it's like a language in like certain notes, just go together that I did that to people happened upon the same thing, of course, that that's what happened to maranda Lambert and Steve Earle, and when it happened to Marandus credit. She was like fuck that her and care saying she's like fuck that is Phil. All right. Okay. Let's settle. I mean, it's just it's just parallel thanking whatever the parallel, thank you one. And I think rightfully so especially with something that general, but yeah, it was my sweet Lord, I talked about this general topic before because I know you wrote up on the podcast, and this is the most mind blowing to me is the fish movie where she fucked a fish stick. Yeah. Yeah. What shape? Water. Some foreign movie that was basically the exact like seemingly the exact same concept, but GMO del Toro when he was like six, right? He had evidence of this concept he'd been working on for a very long time since before that movie existed, but not publicly so they also didn't steal it from him. It just it just happened. But it's, but you're right in that, particular instance, a fucking, you know, Bloom's like pretty here he had romance where a lady fucks a fish filer. That's a Wild Thing to be an example. Literally like a celestial bay. I don't remember the specifics. But it was like remarkably similar. It's just always been my thing with that, you know, in that specific movie people were not Jesus Christ. Really we're going to let the fucking Basie Audi movie win a goddamn Oscar. I was like he's a God. It's different. Also, there's also hold on on that note. Real quick we talked about this. After the thing I came out. Also, I pretty sure it's implied that she. She is that she's that thing. Same thing. Those scars Gaels she she is what he is. But she was raised on land. So that's why she didn't go full bore fish. But she was born the same thing that he was born. So she is one of those things. She can just be with him. And right, right. So you know, it ain't. It's all it all checks out. Give a fuck if she was like, right? It's a that. Dude is clearly like an alien God type thing like you're not just fucking fish. This thing can heal things. Like that. Don't mean, you gotta fuck it. But don't mean, you gotta fuck it. But I'm saying tonight weird. If you fuck it, it's still a little weird. If you fuck. I love that movie. I never had a problem with I'd FOCA fish if it could also name, dude, if some like fucking, I don't know hippopotamus, God just came up. Of course is hippo for Corey. Of course, Corey picks a hippo. Talking much hippopotamus, but she carries it. She got a good personality a hell of a cornbread. She started talking to me about scanners. Yeah. Real sweet hippo. Kids. She'd never fought it. Hippo? I'm saying if I found out through this hippo had powers, and like, oh, this is a special type of hippo, son. I'm fucking hippo in his. But you know, what I'm saying? Like. I can't believe there is there is a shaman and some tribe in Africa somewhere that could one hundred percent talk coriander. Fuck. I. Out here in a white robe. They've taken better man than me. Well, hippos have taken the best of man. That's true. Video that hippo far. Yes. It helicopters. Dr hail helicopter. Oh, no. You tell me though. Twenty. I'll tell me you told me you told me, here's no, I here's how I know what he's doing. No. Because you said that and I go I go word. I go you go. Yeah. I'm sorry. I'd take something great ruin it like always doing. I said to you. Honestly, I don't even care to me. Whoever did that. I'm glad they did it. They made it hit harder. They learned about that on the thread. I remember that. So maybe it was Rick fucking route is probably Rick coming in there with a don't hip. I mean, I know that'd be ruining stuff with the truth. But I just remember learning this within side this group. Well, that's so funny because I I had the exact same memory of it. Like, I feel like I remember us being together and that coming out and may being like fuck really like being really bummed out about it. But so I don't think it was me. But I'm not saying that it was you. I don't know who it was something. No. I topped in hippo. And the first thing that comes up is hippo. Farting poop. Played us Rotan. We've played this on here before I think. No, that's even hope funnier me. Here comes that family. But to get what it deserves. Buddy. Booker's tales going back and forth to swat next shit. It all in fucking low kids. It's it's such a bummer that that's doctored. And it is still funny either way. But also just it don't hit harder for me for sure it would hit way harder for me, if that was just genuine, but we'll you know that sound is either way that far though, let's give it up. That's the first ever had must by pro fast. That's a first by off. I'm yeah. Without a doubt. I mean, I don't know many. I mean, that's you got that far. And then Harry on the toilet in dumb and dumber. Those are the too far. What about it sounded like it did? You never can you never can. About to do a fart bracket. That's next. Yeah. Tag that. Joe hashtag well read, but jams? I mean to me those two contest, you're the first Mr., but your heart and in the entire pantheon farts, just in ones that I've heard in my life. Well, I'm honored. Truly we're going on like, smell and stuff this. And right here has got you for. But now, it'd be that hippos for Harry and dumb and dumber. And not can't think of any other ones. All right. We're in the weights, and we're should go. Let's go right. Ski. At book fish. I really wish you all had had a fart. Thank you all for listening to the well read show, we'd love to stick around longer. But we got to go tune in next week. If you've got nothing to do. Thank you. God bless you. Good night. Angie? You.

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Sports Talk w/ Lance 6/1/20

Lance McAlister

1:32:07 hr | 2 months ago

Sports Talk w/ Lance 6/1/20

"This is the L. Carriers sportstalk. Presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. Sports talk is brought to you by eighty door and window. They sell the best end service. The rest Trilogy Medical Services Trilogy H, s Dot Com Furniture Fair for style and Flair Grip. reposes the fun food company. Delta Dental. We do dental vetter. Delta. Oh Dot Com backslid tractor, helping you grow Your Business Julius. HOW ASPHALT! Your satisfaction is their top priority skyline chili feeling good. It's skyline time Robert Jones plumbing home of the world. Strenuous plumbers, one hour, heating and cooling comfort is just a call away Cincinnati. Ba wishes to thank all of its healthcare heroes for caring for our nation's Heroes Kelsey Chevrolet in. Indiana from our family to your Fam- Papa John's pizza now offering no contact delivery GonNa Papa John's dot com, and by RL carriers, your global transportation provider. visit us at our LLC DOT com. Now sports talk on seven hundred WWL W. Let's get to it. Six ten on seven hundred wwl W is carrier. Talk presented by Kelsey, Chevrolet. I'm Lance. McAlister thanks for making your way here. Hang out for a while. We've get three hours to get it done tonight a little bit of this little bit of that we. Will. Bring you a guest coming up in a couple of different topics along the way as well. What do you still get caught up in the headlines? And then we go? We start with baseball. Where the players union was awaiting a response from the owners. After the players made their latest counterproposal last night, the players proposal included playing one hundred twelve games. That's up from the original. From the original eighty two games, so an expanded an expansion of thirty two more games, and expanded playoffs for this season and next season, the S- after noon ESPN's Jeff Passan reports that the owners will counter with a fifty to sixty game season at prorated salaries, no further cuts. Fifty or sixty games or nothing I'll give you my thoughts on that before we're done. I think there's an inbetween and I'll tell you how I it works out in a bid. By the way, the red should be playing in Wrigley Tonight for the conclusion of four-game wraparound series from the weekend it would have been game sixty of the season game sixty of the season out major league soccer news ESPN, says a lockout looms as the league pushed back on the latest offer from the Players Association and ESPN analyst tweeted MLS is giving the players until noon. On Tuesday otherwise they will lock the players out. MLS APPROVED FC Cincinnati plan to move voluntary small group training sessions. Today was to be the first of those sessions, but an FC Cincinnati statement says no players participated in either of this morning's voluntary sessions. The mid American conference announced today that Wally Szczerbiak will be one of six new additions to the Mac Hall of fame. Serbia led Miami to the sweet sixteen. In nineteen, ninety nine was named first team all American averaging twenty four points per game as a senior, he was inducted into the Miami Hall of fame back in two thousand and eight and a college basketball note from John Rothstein of CBS sports, and now confirmed by the Dayton flyers Dayton and ole miss. Miss will start a home and home series that will begin at ud arena on December nineteenth of this year. The return game in Oxford the following year for everything else. You've missed do this. Go to my blog. You'll find it at seven hundred. WWL, W DOT, com! It's therefore you doesn't cost thing I have reds and some bengals in? If you miss interviews or shows from last week, they're always available in podcast form. Oh, I also have a newly released on Youtube over the weekend a five minute Eric Davis highlight reel. You should check out plus Jeff Hobson last week as he took his inside a bengals defensive line zoom meeting, all of it blog form. Seven hundred wwl W dot com all right. We'll begin here and doing this for doing sports for twenty plus years. I've learned that you come to me for sports. My opinions about sports and I always say working in the Toy Department of life. I offer the escape from everything else. That's going on, and that makes it easy for me to stick to sports because sports are fun, and and they're comfortable in the right up my alley, and in sports, art, life and death. Having said that the image of George Floyd being murdered isn't something. I can conveniently pass off under the guise of a I'm going to stick to sports. Reasonable minds agree that what happened a week ago. Tonight in Minneapolis was murder in that the four police officers should all be behind bars. Watching what's happened to the country, since then has left me on one hand, encouraged by peaceful protesting. On the other hand angered by looting and destruction of property. When it comes to. When it comes to conversations like these. There is always a always a quick pivot from listening. To talking. Without the time to understand. and. I'll never understand or truly feel that. The racism and social injustice felt by people of Color. I can offer to be a better listener. When it comes to these issues, I can offer to do a better job of calling out these issues and I can offer to be a part of the change. That's gotTA. Take place now I'm pretty sure you didn't tune in expecting to hear this tonight. Maybe you didn't WanNa. Hear this tonight. I just couldn't imagine putting this show together. As I my desk this morning with my First Cup of coffee, I couldn't imagine beginning the show by saying. I'm going go straight to talking about whether. There's going to be a baseball season or not. It would be my hope. You understand that. One come back. We'll get it up and running. It is six fifteen. It's Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet are carriers your global transportation provider visit? Dot, com and Kelsey Chevrolet Open for sales and service with a new state of the art. Collision Repair Center coming in July by the way coming up at seven, oh six tonight might of course from the sporting news. Who is our favorite college? Basketball Writer Hall of fame, college basketball writer, he delved into the hall of fame candidacy of Ken, Anderson. And reached out to me last week and I was very honored. He reached out for my thoughts on that. He's written a fantastic piece today for Sporting News Dot com Michael Join us in less than an hour to talk about Ken Anderson and why he's not in the hall of fame that a lot more to get to is we get rolling sportstalk seven hundred W. Six, twenty three seven hundred wwl Wjr no carrier sports dot presented by Kelsey Chevrolet we are standing by monitoring at the bottom of the hour. We will break away for coverage of the president who will speak from the Rose Garden? We're told at six thirty six thirty tonight. A brief remarks according to the the twitter account from the Rose Garden. You will hear that right here on seven hundred wwl W Let let me let me talk for a second about Joe Borough and I wrote about this today. On the blog there is There's an old adage in sports that rookies are to be seen and not hurt. And Joe Borough is the the new kid on the bengals block consider. He has not been to Paul Brown stadium since the draft Take snap at a bengals practice. But while Joe. Borough hasn't seen his teammates in person. He was heard this weekend. He tweeted. Any offered reaction to the murder of George Floyd. And the ongoing societal issues his tweet said and I quote. The black community needs our help. They have been unheard for far too long. Open your ears. Listen. And speak this politics. This is human rights. End Quote that came from Joe Berle. One tweet. twenty-seven words. One hundred twenty eight characters. From twenty-three-year-old? And yet sure it's easy to say something that any reasonable person would agree with. But, if you glance at the over thirty, five hundred comments posted on his twitter feed. You'll see the pockets of pushback. You'll see comments like make sure you cover everyone. Joe, not just black. You'll see nice pandering, Joe. You'll see you just lost a follower. This is not why most people are following. You Bud, you'll read white people on here are mad at one of their own cares about black people. That's so funny. Now To be fair, Joe Borough is, he's far from the only athlete to to to make a statement he he's not even the NFL quarterback to make a statement do a Google search and you'll see statements that have turned up by the likes of. Derek Carr. Carson wentz Andy Dalton. Tom. Brady Ryan Tannehill. But Joe a rookie. And he's a rookie without a contract. and. He's a rookie with reasonable expectations that many endorsement opportunities are going to be coming his way. It would have been easier for Joe Borough to stay quiet. And say nothing. The reality is silence would have been chalked up as him being the the the the watching rookie. He's feeling his way through the League. But as a team leader. And someone who recognizes his platform and responsibility to speak up. Borough chose to comment. Good for him. And while he hasn't met most of his teammates yet. I think his tweet can help connect them in a way that will serve that locker room well going forward. Perhaps he's words can be a step forward has. All of us on a much larger level, but I wanted to point out what. We'd I thought that was worth mentioning. Willie Anderson. Thought it was worth mentioning the former Bengal Lyman, the Bengal great, who who tweeted in response and I'm reading his twitter account before he's even stepped on the field. Joe Is showing us what kind of leader he is. Things like this. Hardly ever get mentioned by quarterbacks. It's always other positions. Thank you Joe Hashtag who day Hashtag Bengals. Ryan Clark a former steeler. A steeler. The ESPN analyst. He tweeted letting you all know now. Joe Borough is good with me. Don't care if he throws. Ninety interceptions dude stood up. This is way bigger than ball. He thinks that people are than Joe. That from Ryan Clark I thought that was worth. Worth pointing out today by the way something involving another Bengali I think is worth pointing out the Tampa Tribune ahead a story on this AH and a photo to go with it three NFL. Players who live in Tampa in the offseason, but don't play for the buccaneers helped clean up efforts in the city of Tampa yesterday. A day after looters damaged businesses in a strip mall. That group included Bengals Wide Receiver Auden Tate. He was with The Bills Receiver Ray Ray McLeod and a colts corner by the name of Isaiah Rogers with others they helped remove debris left in the wake of the the weekend riots. One player told the Tampa Tribune quote. You've got to start somewhere. There was a photo on the Tampa Tribune site in on social media of more than two who doesn't people. Opposing after the cleanup that was posted on social media, others from the community saw the group and joined their efforts at the Strip mall and they cleaned up. Shattered glass and picked up sheets, of awnings that had been dislodged and one individual set in the Tampa Tribune story. We're just trying to lead by example and express some positivity to the tough times right now. To the Tampa Tribune Auden Taytay. Young Guy. Joe Borough Young Guy. Again back to the adage, rookies often most often are seen and not hurt. And They took some action this weekend. I thought that was worth mentioning all right again. We're monitoring where to go to the to the Rose Garden minutes after after that and the tweet says brief remarks, so let's assume probably closer to seven o'clock maybe after seven o'clock news. We'll see, but I want to get into what happened today with Major League, baseball and I'm curious how fifty? Fifty to sixty games strikes. You will open up the phones after the president speaks as well because according to Jeff Passan, the major league baseball owners after getting the proposal last night from the players that of eighty two games player said we're willing to play one hundred and fourteen, and that means doubleheaders. The owners have come back today and said well. We'll play fifty to sixty games. Fifty to sixty means. What in your eyes to the baseball season? Ponder that as we continue. Thanks for being a part of the show tonight we'll roll till nine Gary Jeff. Walker served up the nightcap after that it's arnold carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred W W. Six, thirty, seven seven hundred wwl. Carrier Sports Dot presented by Kelsey Chevrolet I'm lions mcallister? Standing by we are monitoring the situation from the white. House where the president is expected to issue some what's termed brief remarks from the Rose Garden when that happens, you'll hear it right here on seven hundred wliw thanks for all the tweets tonight. twitter feed presented by barley corns. They are they are open dining rooms patios open at all locations. Check them out. Barley corns dot com all right so major league baseball has. Taken the next step forward. They take it a step yesterday. The players came out and said all right. Here's our proposal. The owners last week gave. Proposal the players thought about it last night, said okay here, take a look at our proposal and the players submitted. One, hundred fourteen games, the initial number was two player said. We're willing to play thirty two mortgage. We'll play one hundred and fourteen games June thirtieth through October thirty first. And we'll do it without taking any additional pay cuts. The owners in their proposal had said pay cuts. The players also offered up to one hundred million dollars in deferrals if the postseason is canceled or shortened by a second wave of covid nineteen. The players also offered. To endorsed expanded playoff system this year and an expanded playoff system next year. Also in the provision of players gave yesterday the right for players to opt out of playing this season if they choose. The Union's proposal says any player WHO's deemed high risk or who lives with someone who's considered high risk. They can opt out and receive both their service time and their pay. All others can opt out, but they would only receive service time and not be paid. And the thought was with this proposal at our aid. If the season is to begin in roughly a month, the response from Major League Baseball, and ultimately a resolution is going to have to come within the next week or so. The players WanNa play as many games as possible because they're getting paid a pro rated amount. They get paid for each game. They play on their contract, so they say we'll one hundred, twelve, hundred and fourteen. That's that's doubleheaders. Now think about what I said off the top headlines today would have been gained sixty. So that would have left one hundred and two games left in the in the regular season schedule that regular schedule the players were submitting. We'll play hundred fourteen. So that would be you know. That's fought four fifty four more games at one hundred two. Plus fourteen hundred and sixteen more after tonight. The players also agreed to enhanced broadcast making up players, a certain number of players miked up during the game to add to the potential of ratings and people wanted to watch something different. They also agreed to. off-season ideas such as a Homerun, Derby ended all star game ways for the owners to make more money. The owners according to Jeff Passan today have come back with the following. Let's play a fifty to sixty game season. And we won't ask you to take any further cuts on salary. You'll play for your pro rated amount. We'll take your salary divided by one hundred and sixty two. Whatever that is per game, and you'll get that per each game you play whether it's fifty or sixty games. We won't ask for any further cuts we'll. We'll go back on what we said last week. Asking some to take you know I. Think it was sixty or seventy five percent pay cuts. What do you think? Now on one hand. There are those who love. And we'll take baseball in any way shape and form an amount of games. Just give me the Games I want baseball and twenty twenty on the other hand. There are those who will say. We talked about this topic about eighty two games whether there would be legitimacy to it whether there would be any. Behind him I remember, we talked if people would accept, the scenario was the won the world championship. Is anybody giving it back or putting an asterisk next to it because it was eighty two games well. How do we look at fifty to sixty games? The owners believe according Jeff Passan tonight back on the March Twenty six agreement part of that agreement included baseball's ability to UNIROYAL UNILATERALLY Decide on the number of games played. They're not going to do that. They're still hoping for a compromise, but the owners say let's do fifty or sixty. So what's the? What are the pluses and minuses here? The owners will look and say fifty to sixty is a lot better for us. Because those games are GONNA be played without fans in the stands in the more games, we play without fans in the stands. The more money were losing. So, let's play fewer games. The players are saying well. Wait a minute. We want to play more games because we're getting paid by the gate, so we'll willingly play doubleheaders to mortgage. We'll go to one fourteen. Make it work. The owners are also saying if we only go fifty to sixty, then we end the season sooner and we don't have as big a concern about a second wave of Kobe nineteen coming that potentially could wipe out the postseason before we even get to them. Let me. Tell you what I would do. And I'm not the only one who thought of this I. Did exchange the idea with some agents this afternoon and they told me off the record. The consensus, it was a consensus. Each of them said it would probably fly. Owner say fifty to sixty player say one fourteen. Both were originally talking eighty two. What about we do this? We're GONNA play eighty two. We're going to establish some credibility to the season. A half seasons decent chunk eighty-two decent chunk, and the players will say we understand where the owners are without fans in the stands. Maybe the owner say we understand where you are in wanting to play more games. Let's do this. We'll play eighty two. And we as owners will defer twenty percent of your salary to next year. We don't have all the money that we'd like to have. We're GONNA play Games without fans at all likelihood. More on that in a second. Let's go to Jack Crumley who sets? Hustle. We've got some catch up to do between now and nine o'clock might decor see the hall of Fame College. Basketball writer from Sporting News Dot Com checks in at seven Oh eight. He wrote about Ken Anderson this week. And he wrote about and wondered about Ken Anderson not being in the pro football hall of fame. He asked me my thoughts I was very honored. He reached out to me. Mike will join us at seven hundred eight tonight. We'll eventually circle back around to this baseball news of the day. Consider what has happened. The the owners originally came out and said all right. How about eighty two gibbs? The players thought about it and they said. How `bout one hundred. Fourteen Games. And the owners thought about it and came back and said well. How fifty to sixty games which? Doesn't make it. You're thinking. Wait a minute. Why would the odors pick a lower number? And again? The owners thought is from from their standpoint games. It games played without fans in the stands means they're going to lose money, so they WANNA. They don't WanNa play a lot of those. They WANNA play fewer. Those and they wanNA play expanded postseason where there's a chance to to make some. Some bigger money, the money's the biggest thing a driving all I'll say what I said before. The president spoke in a in an will roll over into the seven o'clock hour for how legitimate you believe, fifty or sixty games would be I think there's an out on this I. think it's GonNa. Be Alright. Let's go right back into the middle of that. Let's go to eighty two and. Say you take a player average salaries around four million. You, say you play at your pro rated for eighty two games and we as owners will defer twenty percent of that money to next year when we have more money. If you're the player. What are you going to say? The owners I talked with today said probably flies so the player who would make four million over a normal season would be playing for the pro rated two million for eighty two games. The owners would say we'll pay four hundred thousand of that to you next season to get one point six million the rest of this season, and we'll catch your check for four hundred thousand next season in a deferred payment. Yes, no, maybe. That's something we can talk about after we check news and talk with Mike to Course about Ken Anderson on the home of the reds. It's aren't carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred W W. The following takes place between seven PM and eight. All, right? Let's keep rolling seven Oh. Eight seven hundred wwl w our to sportstalk unfolding. Thanks for being here. We've got a lot of ground to cover between now at nine o'clock at that point, we turn things over to Gary Jeff Walker. He'll serve up the nightcap from nine to midnight. Set Up some baseball conversation. We'll eventually circle back around to but What a treat to welcome our next guest. Usually we're talking with him about college basketball. He is after all the Premier College. Basketball writer in the country is the hall of Fame College Basketball Writer, but he is also a jack-of-all-trades for sporting news dot com, and he felt compelled to write about Ken Anderson Today Headline Sporting News Dot Com bengals legend Ken Anderson's arrival on twitter seen reminds us. Hall of FAME NEEDS HIM TO BE COMPLETE I. I was honored that our next guest reached out to me for my thoughts on the matter and I said well. I gotta get you on, so we can. We can talk Kenny Anderson so here we go. Let's welcome in Mike. DECOR SEE! How are you? I'm great length. How are you I'm okay why you write about a lot of stuff I'm curious what led you to write about Anderson. I'm still not even one hundred percent I don't follow a lot of athletes. On twitter or at the they at most of the people that I follow on twitter are. People in my end, so that I can follow you know breaking news and commentary and things like that, and so that's the majority of people folic because follow every athlete. That's going to have something to say. You'RE GONNA, follow fifty thousand people so most of the people that I follow or other reporter's analysts, that sort of thing and I don't know who it was. I tweet at ten into my time line. If I found it, I found his his his twitter really clever, and so I followed him. After that and then one of the tweets that he did fairly soon after I followed him was one those in follow him might have seen where he said about a month into his arrival on twitter. He said I'm still waiting to be verified. It's it's sort of feels somewhat like something else I've been waiting for. It's about not having a super bowl win. And when he said that I was like I gotta write about this. This is this is too good and and I. You know I I it's no secret to people who follow me on twitter, and to, and probably not to most of your listeners that I grew up in Pittsburgh, and and grew up in and in the era when ten play as as a pretty passionate steelers fan, and when when you're going when your team is going against somebody, and you fear that person and respect that person I mean that's I think that's one of the signs of greatness as you don't want to deal with that guy and and I always thought that Ken was tremendous and when? Years later I it. It became apparent that big hall of fame wasn't coming easily for him. I always have been supporter of him as a candidate, and this was just a chance to lend my voice that Mike. I'm not sure if you've had previous conversations with him. But how did you find him in talking to him? How how does he deal with something like this? Well, this is the first time I I got a chance to talk to him, but he was very accommodating. He was delightful. Speak with such a kind man, such a gentleman, and he. He said to me that that he was disappointed early on I think he got into the finalist, a couple of times, and especially the first time, and then it didn't happen. He was disappointed, but he said that lately. He doesn't really think about it much except. Usually it's around the time when when the selection process is happening now for the for the veterans. And and I guess on a rare occasion when he gets a call like mine, but he couldn't have been nicer and it was. It was a great experience atop the him and I was really glad to get a chance to do that and to write what I was able to write Mike. I always look at it from the box checking standpoint, and obviously the the super. Bowl trophy. The ring is missing. checkmark for his resume is that it mean is that what's missing? And why is not in the hall of fame? I suppose if he had won, he probably would be in but I. don't really understand even with that. I went through and during the Super Bowl era. There are I believe. Six others six six who don't have rings who are in the Hall of fame it okay, you could see like okay. Dan Marino you know Dan. Marino was probably the most gifted quarterback ever to play, and and so you understand that, but then you look at some of the others, and and he's very comparable with them, and in some categories there close to him and the one that really blew me away. Was I I? I give you a lot of creditors. I didn't quote you on this because the stat spoke so loudly or him without it, and that was when when I look you mentioned that the number of guys who have who have led the league in passer in passer rating passing what we call it, the three times or more, and you said you didn't think any other, not in the hall of fame and you were right, but you didn't say it was Steve Young Barking Roger. Staubach said Lachman Sammy Yvonne eight-man. Those are the others I mean I and the line that I used in the column was. Do you think somebody flukes their way into a list of legends like Ed. I mean. There's no way you can't do that by actually. You have to be great. To four to do it four times when you see everybody else on that list and the last Lachmann Baugh Peyton only did it three and I. Shouldn't say only, but compared to. Can the all did it three? Mike the other thing that stopped me in my tracks when I read the piece today Sporting News Dot Com. I realize it's been this long, but just reading that he's been snubbed thirty times I. Mean that's just that's gut wrenching to think it's not just a couple of times. They've passed him over the past him over thirty. Yeah it's it's mind boggling I it to me. It is unfair to to hold you know what people talk about. Super Bowl rings and like like. If he had never been anywhere near it, you could see it I mean if he was a a big stat quarterback on teams that never won that I can understand that, but that's not the. That's not the fact I mean. He played in the super. Bowl and they nearly one he had to beat Dan file to is in the hall of fame. May mostly on numbers band. All Time career record as a starting quarterback. He's not great he's. He's two games over five hundred and and Kim's was significantly better than that Kenny. Kings about twenty over five hundred, and so he, so he wasn't that I. It's hard to understand. He was a different Stylus quarterback any time when the prototype was, what was the bradshaw or someone like that? Who through a lot of bombs and maybe a lot of picks? Picks as well, but that was the way the game is played, and then along comes Ken playing and bill while system, and really kinda shows the way to the future. McCain Anderson was a, he was a two thousand quarterback playing in nineteen, seventy over nineteen, seventy five I should say and and I don't know that because he didn't play the way others did, and he got the level of respect that he should. It is a fantastic read sporting news dot, com, today and on twitter feed as well. It was it was a blast talking with you about it? You knew going in I was going to get fired up. I certainly got fired up. Yeah I kind of had a feeling you'd have to say on that. Trust me when when I will say this I'll leave you with this i. You know they. They had the centennial class. Ten Hall of Famers who were mostly veterans the people who would be considered by the Veterans Committee and and not new new. You know the what they call the modern day players and Donnie shell was one of them, and I loved I. Shall I mean I watch them for. For every game he played when I was a kid, a fantastic player and absolutely belong to hall of fame, one hundred percent, but if you stood me there, and you put me under oath, and you said which I it's. It's thousand these to which of these two along in the hall I would have had to say Ken that that's that's the honest truth, and it's not fair that he's not in. Mike you're the man. Read it on Sporting News Dot. COM twitter account at tsn might to follow along as well always good catching up hoping nude again soon, thank. Landfill is great. Thanks, Mike Decor? See from the sporting news. The Hall of Fame College Basketball Writer moved to write about Ken Anderson and the Hall of Fame Snub and think about that thirty years thirty snubs, not not a couple like Oh. Yeah, forgot about him. I'll get him next time thirty times the committee, which certainly changes in personnel over the years. Assess the career of Ken Anderson and said. Not this year. When we come back. Let's do this approach. The midway point of the show I should open up the phones five win three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one pound, seven hundred on at and T. Two things on the board here. The owner said all right. How about fifty to sixty games for the season? What I would do you subscribe to the theory I'll take fifty to sixty games, rather the no season, or do you subscribe to the Theory Fifty Sixty Games seriously. How can I? How can there be any credibility attached to a fifty to sixty see game baseball season. We'll get into that if you have any. Follow up thoughts on Kenny Anderson. We'll do that as well. Offer mine on Kenny, as we continue. Hey, thanks for being here. It's Arnelle. Carriers. Sports talk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet you'll jump into the mix next on seven hundred WWL W. Seven, twenty, four seven hundred wwl Wjr now carrier sportstalk, presented by Cavalier I'm Lance. McAlister have been heavy here. Couple of things on the board. A Little Baseball Mike to Corsi on a kid Anderson I was quoted in the piece saying that the following i Mike I find it hard to take the hall of Fame Process Series, of Kenny Anderson's not in it I think it, it pulls back the curtain on the the politics of the process, the lack of of context in the process and the lack of awareness. I think there are those who will judge would judge the hall of Famers, simply on whether they wanna ring, or not I think there are those who will look at Kennedy's numbers and compare them to now well any quarterback who played then compared to now it's getting completely different game if you put Kenny in the context of back in his era and look, I've always said this and I told. Told this to Mike every every march around NCWA selection time they do that. Blind resume where you see up on the screen all right. Here's four teams being considered. Which one do you in Lissa they one laws record strength of schedule RPI or whatever the the the numbers are like which one would you choose I guarantee you if I gave you a blind resume with just the career statistics of? Kenny Anderson. Joe Namath. Terry Bradshaw Ken Stabler Bog Greasy. Not Not to talk about any of those guys, if I put Kenny's numbers on that list, I guarantee you if he's not the first, he's the second quarterback. You name on that list because you're taking away Bradshaw's championships. I know he's got him. I get it, but my goodness Brian. The guys like Urlacher and Moss in. There are guys in the hall of fame. You don't have rings. There are six quarterbacks in the hall of fame who don't have a super bowl ring if that's how can you? It drives me nuts. As does the baseball process yet? I truly believe there's going to be baseball I. I'm not the great negotiator here, but just on what I've been told by the agents I talked to today A-. To this if they're talking about games, being played, does that not at least lead you to thank all right? They really WANNA. Play I mean if it were things but. I don't WanNa, say all they're talking about down to discussing number of games to be played. Not If they'll play, I think they're going to play. I think it will be closer to eighty two games and I think that will come with. They deferral of a at least a portion of the players money into next season Miami's Berg. We go berry you on seven hundred wliw. Done I'm good. Thanks for calling. Myself, I graduated High School Nineteen, eighty-three. Yes. Kenny Anderson is the man who. Should be in the hall of fame. I was shocked to learn that he wasn't I. Thought you know maybe sometime back in the. Early nineties they would have put him in. What I read Mike's Piece that thirty times. He's been passed over that. Just that's infuriating to me. I mean. He played in a different era. Where you had to be legitimately tough. And your output wasn't the same as it is today. Yeah. He's not in Holland Hall of fame really. Bad even. I don't know I. Don do my second thing. Sure. I agree with you. Let's play based off. I agree with the players on this one, which is kind of odd for me. I think we should have more game. You know if you don't have fans in the stands. Put the game on TV where people don't have to pay fifty bucks a month. Watch the game. I live up in Miami's Berg. I grew up in the Greater Day Canaria. I remember on the weekend. One of the local TV channels all I had read game on Saturday or Sunday. I mean it was the thing sure you know. Faisal Bolic's? Court the Games on local TV. Show families that Hawk kids. Can show the kids the game and maybe get some younger newer younger fans than their a barry I enjoy this. Thanks for listening. Appreciate the call hey have a nice evening. As well you as well, thank you for the kind. Words I just know this Kenny. Anderson has won four passing titles. Four pro bowl selections. An MVP a comeback player of the year, the equivalent of the Walter Payton a year when to a super bowl, and in a historic football game, fifty nine below turned a whale of a passing performance, fourteen of twenty to one hundred and sixty one yards, two touchdowns, no interceptions and outperform Dan fouts that day. pull up the numbers and then take the names off the list Nemeth. Bradshaw Gracie Stabler Ken Anderson. Guys like that all right. We breach the midway point of the show. I'm going to make a decision I've got a piece that Richard Skinner wrote I want to get into I feel as though there's a little bit more on baseball to be discussed, but my growing concern is. The number of people who just don't care anymore what the proposals are for Major League Baseball. Maybe I'll spend some time on that as we continue. Then add in Richards piece closer to eight, o'clock five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one pounds, seven hundred on a t. r. l. carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred wwl. Seven, thirty seven seven hundred WWL W. it's ardell carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey. Chevrolet arnelle carriers global. Transportation Provider visit our LC. Dot Com and Kelsey Chevrolet Oprah for sales and service with a new collision repair center coming. In July I may have. I may have a miscalculation here. This afternoon when the Jeff, Passan report came out about the proposal of fifty sixty games, I changed some stuff on the show and I said well. That's that's baseball news. That's a proposal that would get baseball back. It might not make people happy at fifty to sixty. They may want more games than that, but it will show that both sides have put up a number of games. They WanNa play and I thought. That's something that maybe I can. I can work with tonight in terms of a topic for callers. Now my fear is what I'm getting a lot of on my facebook page and on twitter. I just don't care. That's back. That's apathy. You can be excited. You can be angry. If you are apathetic about what major league. Baseball's doing. That's not good, and that's the sense I'm getting today. Major League baseball had a chance for. To build momentum. To July fourth weekend. To become the first team sport here to to really get in this country to get back to play. To take the stage take the spotlight. and lead. and. Make people people feel good. And I'm still not convinced it of baseball returns on July fourth. There won't be excitement I I'll be excited, but what baseball has done in the meantime. Is Lose any, momentum. In terms of. It's coming. And it's going to be big. And it's GonNa be fun. And it's GONNA be exciting. And we've talked about in a perfect world. Neither side would have said anything through I have maintained. And this has been my response to most who who have expressed how unhappy they are about the process I said. Hey, nothing's changed. They said July fourth weekend around July fourth and eighty two games, and the fact is nothing has changed to derail that. Even even though they don't have an agreement tonight. Has Changed to keep them from playing July fourth weekend in playing eighty two games. That's still a possibility. And I've said that people who are up said, why are you? UPSET? Be, upset if, and when it doesn't happen, but why be upset now when nothing has changed from their original idea, we could do this July fourth and eighty two games. The problem is. The, public back and forth. The public back and forth during times of covid nineteen during unemployment during what is going on with protests around the country right now all of that. And, then you have over here, wait a minute. You want me to have an emotional connection to owners and players. Billionaires and millionaires bickering publicly about. The money and how it's going to be divided up. Differently it would have been if during this process of negotiations and it's. It has to happen that you have to negotiate a deal. And nobody's GONNA give their best deal to start. If you've noticed. Where have we gone? It was eighty two games from the owners, and the players had about one hundred and fourteen and came back, said well. How about fifty or sixty it negotiating? Think of how differently it would have been if out of those meetings after those zoom, conference calls. The comments to the media would have been. No comment. Or better yet. What if it had been across the board? Owners and players? What if it had been a standard? We continue to work towards the return of this great game. We remain on course for a July fourth weekend celebration of the return of baseball whether they believed it was possible or not. Think if that had been the talking point agreed on by both the owners and players, instead of what is being floated on the owner side. What is being floated on the players side? If both sides had set after each conference call, hang up and they turn. They sent a text to their media guy and they said we continue to work towards the return of the great game of baseball. We were made encores for a July fourth celebration. And instead you know what has been said publicly. You know what the bickering has been like back and forth buster only reported yesterday there the sources tell him there's a group of owners perfectly willing to shut down the season in order to slash the payroll cost and reduce their losses that the pirates owner Bob nutting use. The shutdown is a way to to suspend team contributions to his employees. 401k plans. Tom Glavin who was the head of the one of the spokesman for the players back in ninety four, he even said last week. Even if the players now are one hundred percent justified in what they were complaining about, they're still going to look bad. He said you're going to. You're not going to win in the Court of public. Opinion Right now. and. His buster pointed out. Keep in mind ninety four. We went on what happened in ninety four. They cancelled a world series. We know that the hard feelings that remain with some. Is He points out during that time. It was a time of relative national prosperity. There was no global pandemic and record unemployment and growing civil unrest. All that's on the front burner. While Major League Baseball. Some would say. Is on the verge of burn to the ground. because. They can't reach a deal. Sell. Note from ESPN yesterday that. I think the number is of players making it least ten million. The thought was by some what the owners proposed last week was an idea to was a way they were going to split the union. They were GonNa make the big money. Guys take the biggest pay cuts and the the lower end. Guys really would get their money, so there'd be a friction. Friction. Created there mean in the end there's only one hundred and twenty four players in baseball that make at least ten million. That's only nine percent of the pool. Only nine percent of major league baseball players make at least ten million. So how much does the fact that he high end players would be taking the biggest cuts really matter in the and yet. Over the past decade, the average value of a baseball franchise. Has increased by three hundred percent. and. Fans. Don't pay attention to that. The players salaries. Have increased forty percent. The value the franchise for the owner has increased. Three hundred percent. In fact the last four years lies five years and Major League Baseball. The average salary has remained stagnant. where it was. while. The owners are in a period of franchise growth in value three hundred percent. Now take all of those numbers. Put them into to one big basket, and if he handle a fan I think they'd all say the same thing. I don't care I. don't care what the split is. I don't care how much the odors franchises worth. I don't care how much the salaries have been stagnant for the players I. don't care how many make more than ten million. I don't care. How many make the minimum? What I care about is baseball coming back and that's the one thing. Baseball's not able to give fans at this point. Go to the phones, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one and pound seven, hundred on at and T. Levi your seven hundred wwl w. What's going on Lance? Appreciate you taking a call your. What do you think about all this well? Here's one thing I. Listened to Sports Talk Radio all day long. To and from work. Won't name the channel. and. They were discussing the same issue today. And they said well, you know. Here's the players new. New Offer. Here's what the owners are. GonNa offer. If? They're actually going to play. They're going to end up agreeing on the eighty two game schedule. and Go from there, if not I don't think there's going to be baseball. And Base Major League Baseball's dumb. If they don't come to an agreement, play they they've lost. They had a great window. Where they could have got everything going. With no fans in the stands and said Hey. Let's play. The Games would have great ratings just like NASCAR's getting. and. They're dragging their feet, because obviously just like anything else. It's over. It's A. I truly as I say this. I'm about to say they can't be dumb. Enough to blow this and yet. Baseball has been dumb enough in the past to do things. I never thought possible I never. Played! World series through quakes through wars, and yet in ninety four. The two sides couldn't agree and they cancel. The season cancelled the world series, which is still tough to comprehend, but I truly believe they're going to say look. We can't do ninety four again we're going to. It's going to hurt us. It's going to hurt you, but we have to do a deal to present to our fans and I truly believe based on the agents I've I've spent the last couple of hours talking with. It'll be something in the neighborhood of eighty two. Two Games and they'll get in. The owners will say all right. We'll do eighty two, but you gotta meet us a little bit into this. We're going to give you some of your money next year. Because we don't have the money coming in this year that we normally would, so you play for your prorated amount, we'll pay you for the Games. You play, but we're going to take a chunk of that and Diff'rent to next year. If you do that, will we're with you? Let's play baseball I think that ultimately is going to happen. I agree totally because I think the worst possible thing. That could happen is if they decide not to play baseball, no question, no question especially with the new CBA coming up. They cannot afford to not play baseball and if you don't WanNa play somebody triple A. of take your spot way I look at it. Thanks Buddy. Banks. Good here and you have a good night Yeah, I mean. I just I can't believe they won't play. But the problem developing is. I while I do think they will play I. Think there is so much scorched earth that's been going on. And I don't know if they're just going over the top with it. But if I had a dollar for everybody is told me in the last week or so i. don't care if they play or not. They've turned me off by everything. That's been publicly discussed about were they are? Seven forty nine sports talk seven hundred WWL W. Close at hand on eight o'clock Richard Skinner wrote a for local twelve dot COM I. WanNa reference maybe for a segment in the eight o'clock set up here on the back end of it. reading a piece from Joel Sherman today a post. He writes MLB's potential disaster isn't about players. Greed isn't about players, greet, he writes the players today aren't greedy. That designation was tired when it was set about Babe Ruth and Sandy Koufax and Reggie Jackson. He writes I. Get it. You played baseball as a kid and thank you would do it for free as a profession you wouldn't. No one works for free. He writes. You think the money would be better spent on. On. Nurses and teachers agreed redirect your spent money that helped Major League baseball to an eleven billion dollar industry last year, then to nurses and teachers. If there's less money in the game, players will make less money, you think the players should be grateful most are, but also we should be grateful, and he lays out what has mentioned in the performances, and he says it is as a society. We have decided to value this particular rare skill set of a baseball player. He writes you. INCORPORATIONS paid the eleven. Billion owners gave roughly half of it to the players and he wrote. This is such a good point you think the players salaries have priced you out of tickets. What about the Orioles Tigers who cut their payrolls by one hundred, million, each from twenty seventeen to twenty twenty. Did they lower ticket prices? They cut their payrolls by one hundred million each. Did they lower? Their ticket prices to reflect the savings. A lesser product. Joel Sherman New York Post I would say the same thing about the reds during the reds rebuild. Did they lower their ticket prices, and when they dropped their payroll and loss for six consecutive years. Back to the phones. How `Bout here John! You're on seven hundred W W. Hey Lance. What's going on I John. Thanks for taking my call Hey. This lays list latest proposal I think really looks good and I'm ready for baseball. Let's go. I hope there is I just I. I'm the eternal optimist, but I like the fact that both sides presented number of games. It wasn't. It wasn't anything beyond that. So I like the fact that one side say well. Let's play this money those. Let's play this many. That means they're both saying. Let's play. There's still work to do, but I like to numbers thrown out there and I think there's an in-between that will eventually be settled on. Absolutely and let me ask you this land and everyone out there listening means when you go and everyone's done this before when you go and buy a house or a car or whatever. Where do you start at? You you start to no negotiations when you're buying a house, you're not gonNA. You're not gonNA start at the asking price. Right I mean you're. You're intended and the sellers not gonNA start where they're at their lease that their lowest number I mean how many baseball people told us what two three weeks ago. It's GONNA get ugly. Meet on I think the whole. I think the whole process has been look. We're going to start sometime July four sometime in that area, and they start backing up from there and it's like. How long do they need to get ready, so it's like the last couple of weeks. It's like yeah. I mean us. Yeah I. I was ready for them to start May I if they could, but won't for every pregnant one. You have to start somewhere, so they started backing up from there, and they knew that look as long as we have something in place by. Early down that's. That's the key because. Whatever the deadline in their mind is, you know they're both going to walk right up to that deadline. Because that's just how negotiations are, nobody gets anything done done early. When you can raise the level of stress and in in in well, we're now. We're getting closer and that's when a deal get done. The clock is about to expire. They'll get a deal done they. They need to get it done, but there isn't a dire urgency, unfortunately for both sides because they're still saying we're good, because we can still start July the right now that that's why they're called deadline, and honestly I mean for a lot of people I mean I like the hundred and sixty two game schedule, but people have been clamoring for years. We need less games. We need lessons last game well fifty or sixty games here we go you talk about a micro season. We're going go. Boom boom boom gotta be in the playoffs before. We know I mean everyone's GonNa Start the season in playoff contention. John I gotta run buddy thanks. Two hours in the books. Thank you when we come back. Richard Skinner wrote a piece of got me thinking yesterday. It's the top five. What if they hadn't hadn't gotten injured? Bengals not not a guy like curse. Get Injured in a game. He he's talking about careers that were altered because of injuries the top five. What if they hadn't gotten injured bengals? It's a pretty good list. I completely forgot about one of the guys on the list. That is a head. It's L. carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred WWL W. The following takes place between eight PM nine PM. Let's keep moving no reason to slow down. We gotTA Hustle. Eight oh nine seven hundred wwl W W. it's sportstalk. Aren't L. Carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet Atlanta callister Jerry Jeff Walker's in nine. He will have the latest. We have obviously past eight o'clock the curfew ineffective in Cincinnati that situation being monitored Jeff Walker on nine to midnight with more reaction to that. I offer you. The escape into the toy department of life. We run up and down the aisles of the sports conversation in this hour, a couple of different things to get you involved with we've done a baseball and the proposal the counter today by the owners who went back to the players after the players yesterday, said how about one hundred and fourteen games even more. The owners came back today and said we'll have about fifty to sixty games. There is a thought tonight that the wording of the agreement back on March twenty six remember that agreement where players said they'd played for. They get paid for all the Games. They actually play in pro rated the owners or Rob Manford. The belief is tonight according to Jeff Passan that part of the terms of that agreement on March, twenty six says if the two sides can't reach an agreement. He's he's able to unilaterally. Decide the length of the season. And go fifty to sixty games. Now. There's the thought they don't want to have to play that card. So. Here's our fifty to sixty. You say one fourteen. Is there some ground we can both cover and meet in the middle and shake hands and say play ball. Let's add this and this hour as well Richard Skinner local twelve dot com front of the show wrote a piece got me thinking over the weekend, and when I start thinking I. Say okay, that could be maybe a topic for a segment or so. There was a Yahoo Sports story last week about a former. Bengal remember Charles Fisher. Charles Fisher was a second round pick of the bengals back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty nine. And in his first regular season game for the Bengals, he blew out his knee. And he never played. I mean think about that. I ever NFL. Regular season game. WanNa say blew it out of the back of the end zone and coverage on a play. And Trump Fisher is now an agent. He done a number of things in sports. He was a scout Green Bay packers. Seattle, Seahawks, and others but decided to join. John Thornton former bengals friend of the show. With Octagon Sports Sports Agency. They both have since moved on to. It is actually was rock nation, and now they are both with Octagon Sports. Charles represents a first round. Pick this year at Florida corner. The Jacksonville put took number number nine. So Richard was was thinking about the peace in Yahoo Sports about a Bengal player who who got hurt and play just one NFL game ever and Richard put together the top five. What if they hadn't gotten injured bengals? Not a guy like well. What if cursing didn't get injured in the playoff game? These guys whose careers were derailed. Number, five on his list is a guy. Honestly I'd forgotten about in fact I saw his name. Oh yeah that he never even and I couldn't even remember the story behind it. Kenny irons was out of Auburn, running backs second round pick in two, thousand and seven. He was the forty ninth pick overall. In on the fourth carry of his first preseason game. Blew out his knee. Missed the entire season. He got hurt again in July of the following season. And he was waived in August after a failed a team physical. The forty-ninth player taken in the draft. Never had a regular season Kerry for the bengals fourth Kerry of the preseason. That was number five number four ICKY, woods. Rookie, one thousand, nine hundred eight thousand yards, fifteen touchdowns, super bowl achey shuffle. Second game of the following season. Toward the ACL and his left knee miss the rest of the year. Missed the first six games the following year. Never the same. Thirty seven career games for icky woods. Five. What if they hadn't gotten injured number three? Is What makes me sad. As well Johnny Carter first pick overall, one, thousand, nine, hundred five could John. Carter wound up playing a total of fifty nine games. He rushed freight total of a thousand yards in his career eleven hundred to be precise. Knee injury third. Kerry of his first preseason think about that for a second Kenny Irons, the fourth Kerry of his first preseason Game Ca John Carter third carry of his first preseason game. Charles Fisher. I ever regular season game. CA- Jonah misses his entire rookie season. Played thirty one games, the next two years average just over three yards per carry. Broke his wrist in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety eight one game into the season. Played Three Games and ninety nine dislocated his right kneecap. I forgot he spent. He didn't play in two thousand. Spent time with the Redskins and one spent time with the saints in two, thousand, three and four, but John Carter eleven hundred yards in his entire career number two on the list. This was a shame, David Pollack. Seventeenth pick overall in the two thousand five draft David Played Sixteen Games in his career. Starting lineup two thousand and five broken in his rookie season made five starts started the playoff game against Pittsburgh. He had eight tackles. Two for laws had a sack suffered a broken neck in the second game of his second season. Never played again. And number one on the list. Greg Cook. Fifth pick in the nineteen sixty nine draft fifth. His career spanned twelve games. Bengal start three and with him, his rookie season hurt his shoulder in that third game against Kansas City got tackled by chiefs linebacker Jim Lynch. Miss the next next game due to the injury. Turned out to be a rotator cuff undiagnosed the technology. The medical just wasn't there at the time he came back to play one game. He missed two more and then he played the final seven games of the season. But he was never the same. Missed, all of one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, all of seventy, one, all of seventy two. He Played One game in Nineteen, seventy three. And he retired. Twelve games in his NFL career after starting three, you know. And turning this town upside down. About that list for a five. What if they hadn't gotten injured? When we come back, I have a stat on Pete Rose at even blew my dad away and we'll do a little bit actually. I thought well since we've segue into the Pete Rose Story I'm going to add I'm going to give you five reds. What if they hadn't gotten injured? As we continue our L., carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred wwl. Eight twenty two seven hundred wwl wrol carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet Arnelle carriers global transportation, provider visit RL LLC dot com and Kelsey, Chevrolet Open for sales and service with a new state of the Art Collision Repair Center coming in July coming up later in the hour on this date in reds. History I've got a blog at seven hundred wwl W DOT com. The blog has a little bit of this little bit of that video. Some notes who wrote about Joe Borough today and in Joe Speaking out there is just released over the weekend on Youtube a new five minute highlight reel of Eric Davis. That is worth checking out. The PODCAST, my conversation with Jeff Hobson last week from BENGALS DOT com. Bengals zoom session for the defensive line and we talked with the Joe. Speed the agent. For, a number of major, league, baseball players and minor league players. A number of people struck by what Joe mentioned during that conversation I asked him for context. In a period where we're talking about billionaires versus millionaires, what minor league players make by the way baseball? America reports one hundred and thirty five minor leaguers were released across multiple organizations, but Joe made a point. What did he join Friday night? That a player it say able say at Dayton Dragon, the average salary of a player it. A ball is twelve hundred and fifty dollars a month. For six months of the season. That's it. and. That's an average of how many years. Surviving through the minor leagues to eventually perhaps give to the major leagues right I'm I'm a? By now I'm kind of Stat Dork nerd when it comes to numbers, this number I think in this name is just a fantastic find from. The athletic. Pete? Rose had tremendous success against a lot of really good pitchers in his career hall of famers. He faced twenty three different hall of famers in his career. He hit three thirty nine against Don Sutton. He had three four against Gaylord Perry it three, forty, one against one mirasol three. Oh seven against Bob Gibson. He hit five thirty one against Warren Spahn at towards the end of his career and is The piece points out pete rose. Set The all time record for hits against the PADRES. He got a hit against Johnny padres. He had hits against a guy named Ted. The yet hits against the guy named Oscar Zamora from A to Z. and. He faced in his major league career, eight, hundred nine different major league pitchers. A career that began when John F. Kennedy was in office ended during the middle of Ronald Reagan's second term. Here's what I find fascinating. Eight hundred nine different pitchers that he faced in his career. There were three hundred and sixty three of them. That Pete faced at least ten times. Okay, three, hundred, sixty three is at least ten appearances. At least ahead against all of them. But one. and Went Andrew Baguley called this pitcher at his home in Atlanta and said Hey, you know. Pete rose face, three hundred and sixty three guys in his career at least ten times, and you're the only one you never got hit off of and the the pitcher said I, did what? He did not know. His name is Jim, Nash. Gymnast Retired Pete Rose All ten times. says. The story is a bit of a Bar Trivia that I. didn't even know says it might be my claim. Jim Nash came up in Nineteen, sixty six with the Kansas City, athletics. He went twelve and one. That year had any are a to? He was on the cover. Sports illustrated with catfish, hunter and Blue Moon Odom. In two years later. His earned run average was two and a quarter with the ACE. He still to this day holds the as franchise record for seven consecutive winning decisions to start his career, but then he hurt his shoulder. And he was traded to the braves, and he was in the braves rotation in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, what he faced, Pete rose for the first time. And, it was kinda trying to salvage his career with a bum shoulder learning a different way to pitch. And four his career. He faced Pete in four different games. They had three of those meetings in one, thousand, nine, hundred seventy. And the fourth and final meeting came in nineteen, seventy two. and. peete's final line against Jim Nash was over ten. No walks and two strikeouts. Jim Nash is now seventy five years old retired from his second career in corporate communications for Bellsouth back in two thousand and five I just think of all the wild stats, and all the Pete rose stats over the years I mean think in there are as I mentioned. There are some guys who were hall of famers. Dominant pitchers that Pete now beat didn't fare very well against Santa Colfax 175 one seventy, five against him, but twenty-three hall of famers and I think I saw those twenty-three Maki hit a combined. It was right around three. Oh five I think for his Greg Hall of. But there there's there's that guy. It seems impede always talked about how much trouble he had against Randy. Jones the PADRES pitcher. But Jim Nash of all people out of three hundred sixty three. Held Pete Rose without a hip. I love that all right here. My five reds. What if they hadn't gotten injured? Spinning off, Richard Skinner's piece from local twelve dot com about the five bengals would go no particular order I go Eric Davis. Eric went through a stretch, what eighty eight to ninety, four, ninety five, where he missed on average like thirty five games a year and Eric obviously had a Helluva career. Imagine what Eric Davis would have done. If, he hadn't faced the injuries he did miss. A whole missed a whole season because of the battle against cancer, but think of the numbers and what he might have done Gullit. Dongola done at the age of twenty seven, Major League Baseball. He went one hundred nine and fifty in his career, but he was done because of the shoulder issues at the age of twenty seven Gary Nolan was done at the age of twenty nine because of shoulder issues. May Gary Nolan in Nineteen, seventy two when he was twenty four years old, had a one, ninety, nine, earned run average, one, ninety nine, and he was still good, certainly for the seventy, five seventy six, but he a different pitcher, and just he wasn't able to sustain things, and it was out of baseball by the age of twenty. Nine Wayne Simpson was done at the age of twenty eight. Wayne Simpson in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, one at the age of twenty one. A rookie won fourteen games with an era of three. Hurt, his shoulder, never same. And last, but not least. Ken Griffey junior many at three straight seasons with the reds with season, ending injuries from two, thousand, two, three four. He missed two hundred and twenty six games think of the numbers. Junior put up in his career. Think of what he could have done with what that's a whole season, plus that's a season plus sixty games. And were more than talking. All time home run in the vicinity at least of that that bonds would then have had to have chased. Those are my five when we continue. You know how much I like list and you know what we did on Friday night with the off the beaten path topic was about sports cameos. I've got a twist on that. As, we continue. Thanks for being here tonight. Arnaud. Carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred WWL W. Eight thirty six seven hundred wwl W, this sportstalk L. carrier sports dot presented by Kelsey Chevrolet thanks for being here tonight, Gary Jeff. Walker is in at nine nine to midnight. We are thirty seven minutes into the curfew. for the city of Cincinnati further details on that as the evening unfolds. Mentioned, I'm a I'm a big fan of the list and we. We did a fun off the beaten path on Friday about sports cameos over the years athletes who've appeared in TV shows and I mentioned. That's through the athletic one. I I love the athletic. I subscribed to, and they did he list over the weekend of their Dansk all their their writers. Their favorite scripted sports shows over the years. And it wasn't until I didn't realize the first scripted show. It says it wasn't until late sixties. No scripted shows with a sports hook. Then in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty seven US TV imported the show speed racer, the animated speed Ray. He go speed racer from Japan. And then a couple of years later, they did the Harlem globetrotters which ran Saturday mornings from nine, hundred, seventy, two, seventy two, and after that, it was four years, and there were no scripted sports shows at all CBS tried and adaptation of of Jim Belton Ball, four and nineteen seventy-six lasted five episodes. It was done. CBS try to get one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, eight with a show. That made the list August two here in a second. The athletic looked at the best. Or their favorite scripted sport shows of all time number. One on their list is my number one of all time. Friday Night Lights. The way was the the was shot. The way it was acted the way it was written. It was it was just stellar TV it was it was genuine. There was a sense it was. If you didn't know it was so real life like genuine, you thought I'm watching a documentary about this town in Texas obsessed with football, the the the coach and his wife. I Tim Taylor and. Airy Taylor and his wife I would just big fans of their characters, and it just from from Tim Riggins to. Williams to Jason Street to Lyla Garrity to to her dad. Buddy. Clear is full. Heart can't lose I just I love the show. If you've never seen Friday night lights, I would highly recommend it. It is number one on their list of the best scripted sport show of all time number two. And this is this is a heck of a number two and I wish it had lasted longer because the cast they assembled spectacular, and I will watch anything that Aaron Sorkin did or does into the future. This show lasted two years. But the the scripts were were witty, fast paced. They didn't dumbed down. Sport says the athletic says it tackled complicated uncomfortable issues. It was sports night. On ABC and Sports, night was like. ESPN sportscenter like behind the scenes of what a sports center would be like on ESPN, but it had a felicity Huffman and Robert de own and Josh. Charles and Joshua Malina in Peter Peter Kraus's -ie. I mean just a really outstanding cast and. The fact that only lasted two years just is so frustrating because it was so damn good number three on their list. I HAVE DVD A box set I've ever show on DVD I. Don't have a DVD player anymore, but I've got every show on DVD nineteen, seventy, eight, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty one. CBS. The White Shadow? Remember the white shadow chip? Can Howard took a coaching job in the inner city former in the show, a former Chicago Bulls player of blew out. His knee got a chance to coach a high school team in the inner city in Los Angeles it was a TV drama mostly African American cast. Including the principal and the assistant principal they dealt with. Sexual orientation drug use and disabilities they. They weren't afraid to tackle any. Is You at that point? It lasted three seasons. Episodes Warren Coolidge and Morris Thorpe and James Hayward and Salami big fan of that show. I'll run through a couple of more of these out of time for all number. Four is Brock Meyer now Brooke. Meyer is still going on. Hey Zara is Jim. Brock Meyer a play by play announcer baseball. Who I watched the first season had a meltdown lost his GIG. Classic meltdown by the white lost his gig wound up in the minor leagues like an independent team in the middle of nowhere. I season was good. Second season came off the tracks. We gave up on season number two I mean it was. It was really a train wreck, and now I'm told in Jack Crumley said this Jack Hermelin the newsroom says it regrouped and kind of rebounded in in season three and I think I don't know whether they on season four or five now they've had some pretty cool cameos over the years. George Bragg Joe Buck Bob Costas. Maybe I circle back around, but the second season. If I remember correct I, think it was to gave up, was just utterly preposterously bad. Never saw number five on their list eastbound and down HBO two, Thousand Nine Two. Ten then came back twelve and thirteen. We'll. Fair was an executive producer of that but I. don't believe I've ever seen an episode of eastbound and down coaches six. Coach was a heck of a show. The Minnesota State Screaming Eagles Craig. t Nelson was Hayden foxe. abeille assisted by Jerry Van Dyke, who is Luther and assisted by Dr And that show tackled some. Tackled steroids they tackled NCWA violations for buying meals. They even had a quarantine episode of all things in coach which ran. Ran Eighty nine and ninety seven the League is at number seven that was the the group of childhood friends and their fantasy football league. Watch a little bit. It wasn't a big Fan. are less was eight from HBO. As. They athletic says left a mixed legacy. One of the first TV shows based in the professional sports world. A Robert Wool was a was an agent. And man show had cameos with Hank Aaron at Floyd Mayweather and Brett Farve and Dale earnhardt and Barry Bonds. It's also been cited is one of the worst shows at HBO ever produced according to some? Watched, a couple episodes wanted a big fan glow number nine. I have not watched glow. Everybody insists I should watch glow. The netflix fictional fictional series about women's wrestling set in the eighties. Jack Crumley sworn by that Req- Chino has sworn by. Glow! Ten with speed racer. Eleven ballers Twelve Cobra Kai the spin off the youtube. TV SPINOFF OF KARATE KID. playmakers was thirteen I would move that up because playmakers was so good and uncomfortable. Good to the NFL the NFL and a power play a toll ESPN not continue airing that series and ESPN had a partnership with the NFL. And what the NFL said ESPN had to do, but you talk about a real light drama. The what behind the scenes of the? Every uncovering everything about the NFL everything, including the steroids and everything else the addiction to painkillers, domestic violence, head and neck injuries. That was a really good one, and that was a really good cast in the NFL. Put Its foot down had said you're done. I think it lasted one season I in fact I don't even know if they got through the entire for season in two thousand and three. All right. So the other ones are. If you subscribe the athletic, you can look at the entire list. hang time is number nineteen I'd move that up. I want to hang time. Hang. Time ran from ninety five to two thousand. Julie Kotter joined a boys high school basketball team in the fictional town of deering Indiana it was a Saturday morning. Staple for five seasons is the athletic, said all the trappings of a corny nineties teen Sitcom I still liked it and I was hitting the teen see ninety five. I would have been to twenty nine years old. I was I was watching time at that. Reggie theus was the original coach Dick. Butkus took over Kobe, a cameo on Madras shod made a Cameo Anthony Anderson got his big break at show, then went on later day even bigger in the shield, a good show but the real star was. The actor who played Julia Connor Dan Yellow. Do to share I don't know how to pronounce your last name. As the athletic rights object teen crushes and inspiration for young girls the I remember Julie Kotter so that's a look. Some of the anything else that I really liked and their top twenty. I think that was about it. you know what Pitch Pitches Sixteen? Kelly I watch pick pitch and that was four years ago on Fox. It was a story about the first woman to play in Major League Baseball Jimmy Baker. Was Her name on the show? And it was it dealt with the complexities and everything involved in the challenges she faced. What's his name? Paul Paul. Paul Michael Glaser. He was in that. That that if if you can can watch it, some I don't know what it's streaming somewhere, but that whether you're a baseball fan or not. That was a pretty good show. Lasted one year, so it Dan at sixteen, hanging with Mr Cooper was seventeen in I. Watch that as well. We'll come back. We gotTA Hustle. We'll do on this date in reds. History squeeze in a couple of calls as well. It is eight forty seven Gary Jeff Walker is warming up and ready to deliver you the nightcap tonight from nine to midnight. This is sports. Talk Seven hundred WWL, W. Music tells says it's time to go back in time. Look on this date in reds history. Let's go nineteen fifty-six, trailing the giants three to one in the bottom of the eighth at Crossley Field Frank Robinson steps out of the batter's box to argue with home plate umpire Larry Gets. GETS ORDERS GIANTS PITCHER Steve Riddick to go ahead and throw his next pitch he does. It's called. Strike three all heck breaks loose Johnny Temple as ojected Joe Nuxhall is ejected the most surprising thing and reading about this in red journalist. Frank Robinson was not ejected. Reds lose the game three to the final score. This date nineteen, fifty seven. The reds hit seven. Seven home runs pound out twenty two hits in a twenty two to two drubbing of the cubs at Crossley. Frank Robinson to home runs this date. Nineteen fifty eight Johnny Temple Hits A it's an inside the Park Grand Slam in game, two of double header at Connie Mack Stadium. The game was suspended in the ninth-inning at eleven eleven because the Pennsylvania curse. Curfew Law said Games on Sunday half to end by seven PM. This one was going to run past seven PM game of the doubleheader, they resumed it on August the tenth, the reds one in thirteen innings this date nineteen sixty three. ooh, how about this one Closley Field Joey J. Out Duels Sandy Colfax one to nothing. Nineteen seventy five. Jack Billingham spins a complete game. Five hitter in beating the cardinals Busch Stadium five to one time of game. Two hours. And two minutes. This date, Nineteen seventy-nine Pete. Rose returns to Riverfront Stadium as an opposing player for the first time with the visiting Phillies in a game ceremony, the reds presented him with his nineteen seventy eight reds. Mvp Award Team Mvp Award. He was given a standing ovation, and the reds announced that day. No one would wear the number fourteen again. Pete Rose Junior did in nineteen, ninety seven on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two, who I hesitate to bring this up. It was draft day nine, hundred, ninety two. With the fifth pick in the nineteen ninety-two, Major, League Baseball, amateur draft, the Cincinnati reds select. University of Central Florida outfielder Chad Mottola. Derek jeter was taken next by the Yankees. Chad Mottola. The fifth player in the draft played thirty five Major League games with the reds hitting to fifteen. He played fifty nine major league games with a career batting average of two hundred. What happened to that Jeeter Guy? Nineteen Ninety eight on this date, Lenny Harris tosses a perfect eighth inning. Lenny heiress in relief in a sixteen two three loss to the giants, he recorded a strikeout in finally this two thousand and ten Joey votto four hits in a home run Scott Rolen a home run. Reds beat the cardinals at Busch. Stadium Ninety, eight to move into first place in the National League Central Division all of it happening on this date in reds, baseball history This is disturbing on twitter. We mentioned. We're now fifty six minutes into curfew Pat Brennan. Brennan has been arrested by police. Pat Brennan is the Enquirer FC Cincinnati writer friend of the show helping out on this beat tonight for the Inquirer and I'm looking at video now on twitter where Pat Brennan wearing a lanyard, identifying himself as a member of the media has been detail has been arrested and hauled off by three or four police officers, prompting this statement from Jeff Pasture, who says just spoke with the city manager about press being detained right now he spoke to chief Isaac and the situation is being corrected immediately. So there you go situation unfolding fifty seven minutes under curfew Gary Jeff Walker, dealing with that and more tonight for three hours with you as he serves up dose of the nightcap from nine to midnight all right, let's take care a couple in the mall. I get out of here. Get the news. How about Dayton Kentucky Jerry? You're on seven hundred W, W. Gary On. I had talked you story a while back about Pete rose. Playing against a semi pro guy, knocking him all over, but yeah, this was about Eric Davis. I was fortunate enough to play his personal party at Lumpy Cain. Surf Club with abandoned band. And he was probably the most humble person I've ever met in my entire life. I mean what an on. He was just so good M-. Remember Mars. They left behind. And you didn't give a celebrate, and we were fortunate enough. The band lot fortunate enough to be able to play his party. How `Bout just a down to earth genuine guy while my God, so go and another one. Yeah, all nail, Paul. Newman was a drummer. I did not. Play that song, his favorite songs about thank Sally and was not a mile. And he was fun. The drums saw the off beautiful. Jerry thanks for calling. All right take care have a great night. Let me I rented out one more. How about any Comington John? You get the final word. What do you got for me? I feel honored. Biggest, shame in my opinion as far as reds getting hurt or injured or whatever Nicholas ASCII. Promise but much potential. Right nine Blatty thank you. Absolutely Nikolsky had it was he had his best season after he was traded to Boston in the Rob Murphy deal had thirty home runs I think he may have driven one hundred then suffered about vertigo, and was never the same, tried a tried with the braves, but really became too dangerous for him to step into a batter's box and deal with the verdict, the chance it would come back or even play the field and and deal with the Vertigo Nicosia and he was probably well here when I pull it out I'm going to guess Nicholas. Ask, you wouldn't have been more than. Thirty thirty one years old when his career ended. Let me see if I can pull this up here to instead of curiosity to complete the show I want to be precise. He would have been thirty years old. How about that? Yeah the? Season with Boston nineteen, hundred nine got MVP votes. Thirty home runs one hundred eight rabies that year for the socks and then that I, think that offseason. He signed I say he signed the big deal with the braves in suffered the first bout of Vertigo and What a shame say That's man I've forgotten him from that list. Thank you all right. I gotta get Outta here I. Thanks for hanging out tonight. Hang Tight Jerry Jeff Walker will take you to midnight with updates that all. All that is going on in. Certainly your phone calls as well. The news is ahead followed by the nightcap on the home of the rent seven hundred. Of You.

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The Tim McKernan Show Ep. 337  QFTA Live from Jupiter, FL

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The Tim McKernan Show Ep. 337 QFTA Live from Jupiter, FL

"Yes welcome into the. Tim occurred and show the inside. Sto podcast network from the home. Loan expert Dot Com studios. It's questions from the audience. Tim occuren- gangster. Repeat with you. I am in Jupiter Florida which might be my bunker for the next however long gangster Pete is in the home loan expert dot com studios in Kirkwood gangster. Pete what's the good word I hope? Nova in with the virus has been in the studio because I think it recycles the same air over and over boy. Does it ever now that you say that boy? Does it Does it ever? I'm not sure what we're going to do I was. I was an advocate of just driving back now. I drove down here by myself on February eighth ninth tenth. Something like that and I didn't find it to be too bad considering it's eighteen hours and I made it from Saint Louis to Orlando in one day but with our son who's two and a half that would be impossible and My Wife's parents who live here with us. are You know or they drove down and so we were thinking about doing is like Anna. Marie and I would have like an hour to hour shift with Jameson. And then they would have an hour to drive back together. You know like the cars You know driving same And then trick. Because he's he's bat shit and so it. I realized any two and a half year old is going to be an issue. But this is this is extreme and And so but at the same time then it's like okay. Maybe fly back in. Fights are so inexpensive that you could do it nonstop and I would you fly right now gangster. Pete probably would you would just because I don't think there's GonNa be anybody else on the plane anyway and One of the people Well animal talked about playing with The Saint Louis and on the tour His Dad is a real estate agent. And he's a pilot For American Airlines and we were talking about it and he said if anything The airlines like this. This would be like the safest time in the sense that it is. They are going through such thorough procedures from cleanliness standpoint. He goes oh I can imagine I know a bunch of pilots and a bunch of people flight attendants and staff and you know the. Nobody's having issues so I wouldn't want my old man to find a plane but I I would have no. I'M GONNA go back and forth on it. I mean I can. I could ship the car back like we've done in the previous years I don't know or then there's the theory and I just don't know on this. We talked a little bit about on the on the Ryan Kelly morning after about whether or not the warm weather is a better spot to be in than in the colder weather And whether or not that impacts thing so I I don't know I don't know I mean either way I'm not doing anything I mean it's just a you're just with me here. I have this COMREX unit so I'm able to go on at any time If they did start making interstate travel I don't WanNa say illegal. But if they start shutting that down I don't know I don't know it's weird but then at that point. I can't beat her my family. It's a difference though with my brothers and sister live in Saint Louis. My parents were there with them. So anyway we go back and forth. I don't know it's it's it's it's up in the air But I don't know it's something I'd go back. Do we fly to we? Drive to Rian Jameson. Fly and then do I drive. What's the best play? What's the most responsible thing to do to be more responsible to not travel at all to stay here since we're not going anywhere anyway? I don't know I go back and forth. How seriously are you handling this as a single gentleman? You're in a different place than I am at the life and I'm curious how you're handling especially considering Around a week or eight nine days ago you were. I don't know what the right word I use the term. You were exhausted of the topic. I E how are you doing it now? I mean I'm still exhausted of most people's opinions on the topic like I just don't care what a random person thinks. When the experts have an opinion I will listen to that. I find that very interesting Like I listened to the doctor. On Rogan I listened to dock FAO Chee on Part of my take this morning That stuff like the article from the mathematician guy all that stuff. I find very interesting The opinion and random friends or some guys fan I could care less about. I could not careless about But yeah I mean handling things differently as you do. I am shutting down Like a week ago That probably would have been the case but more and more I read about it. It just seems like the right thing to do I think at this point I would imagine the curbside pickup is going to be the way it's going to be throughout the country Restaurants here are still open but certainly sparse attendance for Dinan standpoint And if people are dining and they have people separated by a large margin from neighboring table to neighboring table. So and it's a time next week. What will we like? How different will the world be? When we record is is Pete and I are talking right now. It is Wednesday march eighteenth twenty twenty. What will things be like on the twenty fifth because when we talked last week Pete the NBA The NHL The PGA tour was getting ready for the players. Baseball spring training was was going on. I mean and here. We are a week later in that in that it really does. It's it's like that seems like three months ago to me. It doesn't feel way longer than a week. It just feels so weird. I the thing that I just keep going. I was like I was sitting at the cardinals. Astros game not this past Saturday but the Saturday before that and I was like God the socks. It's like for a baseball game like cardinal game in October. It was for whatever reason it was cold down here. That's not usually the case in mid March and I'm just like this sucks man. I would go and sit in that in that comfort of ignorance. I guess the way I would describe it Versus where things are right now in the absolute uncertainty. So you know I've said this on. The radio said on Social Media. I might do more than one questions from the audience per week You know while we're in the spot we have so many For the audience is purpose. I told Peter I am holding this thing to an hour because I sometimes wind up going to ours and peaches winds up sitting there and That's that's no good not fair to him but I might just record them on my own and do social media Live shows whatever the case might be and And we have so many questions most of which are in email. I just moved them to the Q. FTA file the vast majority all have to do with this topic. And and here's the thing I have not and I kind of do it. Intentional leaks that way you know. We're we're both operating from the same level playing field I don't read through them in advance. And so I could be caught off guard by the content as I read kind of like during the design air heating and cooling email the day. So we'll see what we have there but people are always welcome to email in any topic and we call it questions from the audience but We welcome opinions as well. Everything is welcome. Any topic is welcome. T- mckernan at inside S. T. L. DOT COM is. 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And we ask for your support for our advertisers during this time designer heating and cooling online and design service DOT com the number one trained dealer in the Midwest. All right I'm just getting gangster Pete. I don't know what I'm GonNa find with these questions. I know I have a million of them and I haven't filtered through them so we can. We might wind up pulling plugs as I go grab. I'm going to start with the most recent one which was sent in this morning Tim. It's disappointing in twenty twenty we slash our country or planet can't come up with a vaccine by now for virus. Why are we so dependent on bringing goods in from China and not able to make our own medicine in drugs? When and if this virus gets beaten or numbers go down. Were big crowds still be something of the past so on a funny side? When will sports be played in a cave since caves or easier than playing games from the mood? Holy Shit knowing what you know now would you rather have the virus still now or everything? Be the quote normal now and the virus. Come after October. Sixth okay. Hope you had a happy Saint Patrick's Day so this guy had a happy. Saint Patrick wishing you and radio and real family good health and happiness lastly to you or the cat or dog have an expertise on Depression or do you think it's a weakness once again. Thanks hope I can text into the show again. Take care and stay healthy. Thanks and -serily vic so there that is gangster. Pete. I'll let you Well I I I remember the beginning of the question and I know that it's hard. Stay on top of the viruses because they mutate so you're not always creating like a vaccine or whatever the same the same virus so that's that's the answer to that question. I kind of lost track. I well. I do think with regard to reliance on China. I do think that you were going to see a change with that. Not that there will no longer be reliance on China so to speak but that people will be having plan BS and CS I think that there was interested in that. Anyway I think this now will force that With regard to the virus the thing had not been transferred from animal to human Until I believe November December of two thousand eighteen pete We've listened. Yeah that's right. You're on the same doug train but either way in vaccines you. Don't just whip them up and have them out in a week. There's a testing process So that's the answer to that. She talked about that testing process on the podcast. About looking forward to listening to that today. Dr Ci on pardon my take. He said that the fastest way they can do it safely with cutting out. Parts of the process is about a year. But he's like eat the thing is you can't give a healthy person something that's going to hurt them you know so you've got you gotta do proper testing but the fastest is about a year usually. It's much longer than that. Let me ask you this. And it's along the lines of this and I'm just curious here and this is you know this this format as I always say when it's just me or just mean U bs ing allows us to expound So is there something like you've been clear Pete that you It's not that you're disregarding it at all so I wanna make that clear because I feel like there's almost like a sense of like there's some social media shaming of people who are not taking it seriously you know like on the fan page there are still a few scramblers not many anymore Who are I? Don't know if the right word would be in denial or now. They've kind of moved the goal posts. Too I just don't think it's as big of a deal or I just don't think that it should be talked about as much because economic impact. It's like a moving target. Perhaps those words will always be there unless they delete all their posts. But I'm something that I was thinking about and I was discussing with my wife. Last night is what would like right now on a panic scale from where we were when we recorded last week to where we are now it's multiplied exponentially already and I'm trying to think what the next thing would be that would compound the panic for the majority of Americans and again. This isn't a pleasant thought. It's not. It's not a pleasant topic but I would think it would be someone who everyone knows passing away from it because the next step after that is someone you you family you know whether it be family friend and then I think it drives it home like what's going to get people off beaches that kind of question. What do you think I mean? I think it's going to have to personally affect people before before they really I mean and I'm talking more like the people. I think that people that are older more than eight drains were. This could affect them are taking it more seriously. I think the younger people start taking more seriously when starts to affect their life like right now just at something. That's not really a big deal for them. What are you seeing around St Louis? What is your impression of what you what you're seeing around. Saint Louis and you you live in the city. What are you What pressure dealers? Two weeks ago and it is Way less crowded than it has been. The bars are still open. Like I see people out smoking cigarettes when I drive home so I know there's still people in there but like just the crowds are much smaller. I mean. I went out last Friday to dinner at a peacemaker packed and that was my last day going out. I that's shut it down after that but It was packed like where to get a reservation respected at six thirty. So we You know being where we are which I guess is by definition Palm Beach County as you can imagine it is a much older Especially at this time of year but in general older demographic certainly some young people here but you definitely have a lot of retirees and And we live on. Pj National Golf Course and yesterday. I looked out there and I said I guess they've shut. I guess they've shut it down because there was no one out there and I thought wow. That's that's that's surprising us. I mean surprising. Might not be the word just. That wasn't a step that I thought that they would take before something else. Because I'll go over there and I hit balls and I take my son over there. And he screws round and the bunkers and couldn't be happier and it says something we like to do and in the late afternoon early evening and I'm like wow one from being over there less than twenty four hour hell like fifteen hours ago to it just being completely shut down and then I saw golf cart pole up to the to the tee box and the whole where we live and there were people playing but so few people are out on the golf course and it's not just one course they're they're five courses under the PGA national umbrella for that are on this property in in one is a couple of miles to the West. And there's so few people playing that looked like it was closed. And there's a guy when I actually played with dictums father In this guy was just putting our group When Dostum's father drove over from the Gulf side and then I played with him and this was. I don't know at this point. Probably three weeks ago and You know a younger guy and and I said Yeah. I'm always looking plane. He's a member there and he said all right. When I get off work early you know. Get Out and play and So we were texting and he said hey you wanna play and I said I would. I said I slept. I think your courses closed. I think they shut it down. That's weird gotten emails and it turns out that obviously it isn't close wind up seeing people but the reason I bring up is so few people who are older are are going out and being a spy even on a golf course much less arrest warrant so we always have enjoyed going to this taco Tuesday. Thing it's been a running joke on the Ryan Kelly morning after about me making a big deal out of the fact that they make the guacamole table side is. If that's you know unheard of and Doug dismissing it and so we like Taco Tuesday. We figure this would probably be the last one no matter what whether we stay here. We leave whatever wherever we leave in the next twenty four hours hell. It doesn't matter and so we went last night and it's I mean. Usually we went around eight o'clock and usually at eight on Tuesdays. Usually that pleming. You'll see a lot of cardinals their mets there Marlins their nationals Astros Golfers. It's it's kind of a social scene plus a little like whatever people gorge themselves all you can eat tacos and at eight o'clock. It's usually about a forty five minute to an hour. Wait and last night. Not only do we walk right in and get seated right away. I would bet it was at fifty percent capacity and I didn't see anybody over the age of God. I don't know forty five. I don't mean just in so for a community that is again certainly and made up of retirees. There's plenty young people too but O- overall higher percentages is is got to be seventy and above that portion of the population down here and I believe there have been. I think well there have been deaths in Florida. There hasn't been a death in Missouri yet. As as we're recording this and I think it was in Fort Lauderdale if I'm not mistaken Which is which is about an hour south People are certainly like speak to what you said taking seriously. The question then goes back to where we started on it was what will it take for people in their teens. Twenties to take it seriously and I don't know what that's going to be I. I don't I don't know if they will. I don't know I guess if like you said somebody passing close to them is that what's GonNa do it or is it. Is it even just getting it. You know I think people passing close to them but then also I think more people get tested. These numbers are about to get a lot more eye opening and I would hope that would open some people's eyes. I got a graph sent to me from a doctor friend of mine. That said there's like one hundred tests for every million people in the United States so there's clearly not enough test. What do you think the testing issue is? I don't know it looks like it's a pretty extensive process to get tested. I mean the. We've we've seen it on the fan page There was an article in the post dispatch. A lady who? I guess I don't know directly but I saw facebook. I had a bunch of mutual friends with so I must have obviously a no or some in some capacity but just might not be super close with her and Tony Message wrote the story about her detailing how she went in she had all the symptoms and they wouldn't give her a test they didn't have one and then they kept sending one senator. Urgent Care That Care Center. The senator doctor and it was like a circle. And you couldn't get a test and it's just a very strange thing and at any time you have this conversation and not everybody. But a healthy percentage of those listing then immediately lineup and start talking about the politics of it and Donald Trump. And that's when I about it and then when I asked about it yesterday on the TMA fan page. And I said does anybody have an answer to why and then somebody sent me. What I did think was a very good Column in the Atlantic. If I'm not mistaken did you read that by Chance Peter? Oftentimes we read the same things. I'm not sure whether you're referring Atlantic. I guess we should be more specific. This was about it. Started off with How was an eye opening moment for Japan in? I think it was the eighteen fifties when a US A series of US ships. I think came into Tokyo's port and fired. You know fired. I guess I don't know what the hell you're firing cannons. I don't know as you come in and and said we're going. I know whatever they said did something to let in Japan then realized in that moment that they were way behind the rest of the world they had kind of closed off and felt like they were the superior society and then they realized. Oh my God we have to. We have to change. That's that's that's how the column started. I did not read. That sounds interesting. Premise yeah it was it was it was it was. It was an interesting premise. In then it got into blame and I'm and I'm when I asked this question. I'm not looking for blame. I'm not looking for somebody to give me an answer to condemn Donald Trump. Just not interested in it What how Donald Trump has handled this if you would have asked me how he would handle the scenario and in November of two thousand sixteen. This is about exactly what I would think he would have done. I mean this is. This is this is how he handle something. Like this is not alarming. It's kind of you know this is this is why I am. I'm not on board Because of you know the lack of Honesty and Manipulating facts and and or just flat out not telling the truth and I have. I personally have a problem with it. I recognize plenty of people close to me are. Don't see it that way. And that's why I've said anytime. This thing comes up on the podcast. That under no circumstances would I would. I cast vote for him. What has transpired over? The last two months is not something. Our theme for today eye opening is eye opening to me. It's it's if anything. It's like a gigs. It's par for the course So with with that said when I asked that question I'm not looking for blame. Donald Trump. Because you know that's not that's not I'm because I'm not sure that it is Donald Trump's fault but the testing I'm asking for somebody citing a quote Dr Vouchers for example who is part of Donald Trump's administration Who I have a great deal of respect for FAU CI that is considered to be credible That that helps explain it but it is to me an odd thing that some of them something has been around for a number of months and here is this this nation that is you know that we hold of course an incredible high esteem around the world. is held in high esteem in certain areas And and we're so far behind on testing and I'm just curious as to how that happened but the reason why I bring it up into political figures then people then like lineup with see this proves donald trump or this disproves. And I'm like okay. That's exactly what I'm not interested in that. That's and that's what I was going with it. It's and that's why I'm saying I'M NOT I. I was where I was on. Donald Trump back in two thousand sixteen. What he's conducted himself is is exactly what I what I figured he would do. It was this is like Whoa hold on a second. This man's going to make crap up. You know it's not it's not it's it's it's it is what it is that arguing about. Donald Trump is not solving a problem arguing about Donald. Trump is distracting from the handful of things or one thing that we can do to help our fellow Americans and global citizens you know so I'm just not I'm not I'm I don't say I'm not interested To just flat out mimic exactly what you said Pete. But it's not it's it's it's it's not. I don't know this isn't the time I'm not. I'm just not like yeah. I mean if you're GONNA have a handful of people who are going to go. No He's handed great and look at look at what he's saying and look at the China the flight thing and it's like okay. Now here's what he said it's here in here but who cares right now. Who cares you know if you're going to change those people's minds anyway you know it? It's a WHO gives a shit right now so the the issue I'm anxious to find out is donald trump or not donald trump. What why are we so behind on testing because the numbers are going to spike once the tests are Made more available and I believe that is something that is now starting to take place. The question is why did it take so long? That's what I'm asking and I don't give a fuck if somebody likes. Donald Trump doesn't like donald trump. It has nothing to do with it. I'm trying to understand how that happened because to me. That is a huge part of this. So that's that's an element So that's that's why I bring that up. Seems to be a really tough question to not get a political answer from two anytime brings up the test. It turns political real fast. Yeah I don't I don't know all right let's see Tim. I've been a listener for just over a year. Thanks in large part to the two thousand nineteen visit to the picnic table and I wanted to follow up to a question you posed on. Tma about the validity of the potential for two point two million deaths in the United States. this is this is good to reset this. I know he's talking about Pete The New York Times Article I had a real problem with this. I had a real problem and I don't know where you were you you were on this. They said this was from Tuesday march. Seventeenth Two thousand twenty the opening paragraph of their lead story there headlines said the White House press con. I'm paraphrasing now. But there was a word that certainly stands out the White House press conference which seemingly was in response to a UK. Study that said up to two point. Two million Americans could die from the krona virus and my issue with that story is to use the words seemingly in response to that and some people might go. Who fucking cares but I have a real problem and this can be as simple as a conversation or an argument that I have with my wife. It doesn't matter or something as significant as this to write seemingly seemingly in response to to say that the White House is action is seemingly in response to a study that two point two million Americans could die from. The Corona virus is so irresponsible so for those of you who hated my donald trump comments. Five minutes ago I would imagine you love my New York Times criticism right here and for those of you who love my donald trump criticism five minutes ago. I imagine you hate my New York Times. Hopefully you can just be like everybody else and just hate me but my observation is to say that in the opening co any kind any print actually seemingly is so irresponsible and that really got my IRA up. I don't think that's the way you're right. I think you I think in the press conference you ask any of the thirty people who up on that stage during those things. Is this in response to the study from the UK saying up to two point two million Americans could die from the corona virus. And then you get a quote not to say seemingly because then all of a sudden now you've got people going old on a second. The White House is acting because they think two point. Two million people are going to die from this tuna. She'll melt million Americans. How do you see that? Peter my Overreacting you're no seemingly is a word you could use an dear deirdre article but not a scientific statement. Holy Shit. So that's what this gentleman is starting off with all right. The Stat is not made up and was part of a study by the Imperial College in the United Kingdom on the corona virus which was apparently shared with the White House. There's that darn apparent word again. I am including a link to the entire article below but to summarize the two point two million deaths is based on a quote unmitigated epidemic scenario for the US and also says regarding this quote in the unlikely absence of control measures or spontaneous changes in individual behavior we would expect to peak and mortality daily deaths to occur after approximately three months and quote thus the two point two million number is sourced but it is an incredibly poor job of reporting considering the measures that have already been taken in the United States to combat the virus. I would compare it to if you were to give presidential nomination odds of two weeks ago but gave them as though they were current sure. The numbers might pan out if nothing changes but things have changed and they have changed radically and while I'm emailing I am also going to throw in a possible Q. F. T. A. I am curious if you or anyone on the show are familiar with the ninety s Sitcom Newsradio and have any thoughts on the show included the frequently mentioned Joe By Tma Andy Dick and Joe Rogan and is probably my favorite show of all time while it's far from perfect comparison to TMA. It feels like a good reproduction of the show vibe. Michaud featuring an arcade video game in the radio station. Another show where an employee brings in a porn magazine. That comes from Joe Hashtag Band Dotam. Wow Rare Hashtag go. I'm familiar with newsradio but I'm not familiar. I didn't watch it. I am put them either. I don't watch last SITCOMS HERE JOE. Talk about it all the time. So I'm interested in checking it out. But Joe Rogan talk about all the time because he's show right right right and what did he does he look back on it as like a big. Yeah I mean He. He became really good friends with Phil Hartmann. So tell us stories about him. that are interesting like He used to hold speakers up for Jimi Hendrix New York City when he was young kid. Pretty cool but Yeah so the stories parallel an newsradio million enough about newsradio. I just tell the stories behind the scenes This one I hope. I hope there's pay off on this. I kinda worry because it's it's it's it's long but but I think it comes from a place of We'll see I don't know gangster Pete if you want me to eject eject at any moment tim. I caught a short piece of your discussion. On the stock market manufacturing in China I went back and listened to the podcast. I've emailed a couple times and understand the quote. Hate you get from your living abroad. Florida's abroad though. I am jealous that I cannot do that because of my kids age since I get raised eyebrows on some things I can do from family. But I digress. I'm in healthcare sales and work for a company that helped you positively identify your family throughout their time in the hospital during the birth of your son gangster. Pete what did I just read? I'm not sure I'm in healthcare sales and work for a company that helped you positively identify your family throughout their time in the hospital during the birth of your son and what that means. I'm not being snarky. I just I honestly. I'm just I don't know if that means either okay. We cover roughly eighty percent of the population in the US and Canada when they admitted into the hospital. Not Trying to brag just trying to provide credibility slash background on my email going back to two thousand eighteen. We had a huge dependence on China for production. We started to pull out of China. When the tariff started a hit last year we have worked to minimize the impact to our end users as much as possible but there were double digit impacts on our cost margins and pricing. We sell millions of units a year. If not more than that company-wide worldwide. I think that China is really screwed in a long term to me. China will have number of manufacturing companies. Leave and move to the other APEC countries that will also produce pennies on the dollar. It's a reality but the long term question will be the components of the products in my mind if the components are coming from China to make the products we need. We are still dependent upon China. I think that we need a long-term strategy protect the United States financial interests. I fully agree that we need to move toward not being so dependent on any certain country. And what they can do but we need to make it affordable for our domestic companies. My company stock has gone down eighty dollars in the past six weeks based on the Kobe. Nineteen issues and DJ. I which cripples my personal finances and investment portfolio Luckily I can still take care of my family bought I am also donating everywhere can take care of others. I know that many people would still say I am Hashtag blessed but it does affect everyone. Also I feel for the restaurant. Workers like the talk you guys had on the show with McVeigh. I spent years in that industry and the people that work there are one hundred percent dependent on customers and tips. I was talking to my wife today about paying them through this only get them to minimum wage. Sorry I was talking to my wife today about paying them through. This only gets them minimum wage. Because they usually don't claim their tips. That's messed up. That's a missed piece. A person might be used to making eighteen dollars an hour tips and we'll make nine dollars an hour based off of what they claimed. Tough spot not nearly points providing my side thoughts inventing that comes from Kevin Yeah I mean and it's good. It's good in the sense that I want people to descend in opinions. Not did they don't have to have some question just just event and and we can respond. I do think that the Us dependence on China will change after this not that it will isolate to another nation but the US will Diversify And I think China will have long-term effects from this. I think this is a defining moment for a nation that I think people thought was going to be In a hell of a position positively From their standpoint anyway in the twenty first century anything else from that gangster Pete that Stood out to you. And also the the waiters and waitresses. You can pay them their salaries but they make their money or their wages but there make their money on tips. So I couldn't agree more on that point sending we're going to rely on Mexico a lot more in the future. That's what I've been hearing reading. Yeah that's that wouldn't surprise me that certainly That's certainly something that I think is is live and was perhaps trending that direction before this anyway. here is a non I think. corona virus. Good afternoon. Tim I am too lazy to do the research. I wonder if Derek Gould has inside information asked the clock as it relates to Carlson. The actual starting date of the season. What would the CALL UPDATE BE? That would keep him under control. Love the show thanks. That's from chuck a Non Corona Virus Question It's games played. That's the service time it's not dates so it's still the same deal it's still games played so. I don't think that that is anything that really change. I guess if you're making the point that let's say they play eighty one games so half. The schedules opposed to one. Sixty two does each game count for two games toward the service time. I guess that's his question. Maybe if I'm understanding it repeat anything missing on that I think it should count as two though if they'd playoff season. Yeah I in that sense that that that makes you wonder because yeah it's a year on his life you know so. I wonder that is. That's a good question. I don't have the answer on that but it's not month thing Like may doesn't now all of a sudden become April. What how many baseball. I'll set the over under on baseball. Games played this year by each team. Well I'm going to set it. At seventy point five. He owned over under seventy point five. I will take under. I'm with you on that. I want to take over but I mean I would love to take. I don't see the end. In sight. To be honest kind of unfortunately agree with a lot of people are sending in some. I'm not I'm not. I'm not shitting on the emails at all to saying they're long and it's I I like to read them while doing the program We're leveraged because If if they're bad were knee deep in I think I I think I might have read this one in advance though are at least partly hates him not really a question but WanNa talk things out. Because I'm having a hard time. Having an honest conversation with my friends and family on social media I feel like the krona virus has been another line and the list of the media being no longer quote watchdog for the public as soon as this virus began to show up in the media. I had a feeling that it would spread rapidly. There has been so much reporting on the krona virus that it is hard to establish what is real and or fake as a society. I feel like we react. More to the negatives and the positives in life maybe not react more but it elicits more exciting slash hysterical response the media not all but a lot of the twenty four hour news places have been reporting stories about how dangerous viruses and it's going to kill a lot of people to make things worse they create narratives that causes steria which our society reacts poorly to the rush to the grocery stores. Long Lines. The gas stations see oil crisis events in the past they the media are doing it a service the doctors infectious disease specialist. Cdc Report and have the media. Stop these over hyped reactions. As you reported many times stores equal clicks clicks mean money more clicks means. They report more on the topic and it becomes a vicious cycle. This is a scary time for me. Is I can envision this type of story or virus or the next corona virus being used by the media's a weapon control what people do can you imagine dealing with this again and again with some other type of virus or thing that is going to kill us the panic that would ensue? I am a firefighter. Paramedic and work in the medical field on my days off. I have seen the flu and yes the Krona Virus is more infectious right now than the flu. There are more cases of flu than this virus. The flu is almost an afterthought people young old and immuno-compromised of died from the flu every year yet the media does not report on the flu at all the way they report on the corona virus report how countries shut down. The streets are empty. People are buying toilet paper restaurants or close gatherings limited and this only fuse that hysteria surrounding this virus. Do you think the media hate using it as a whole but for the purpose the question I'll use media has done a good job of laying out the facts. Or do you think they have played a part in the hysteria. I'm trying to live my normal life until I am told otherwise. I feel the panic has been greater than the corona virus is as a whole. My intention is not trying to downplay the coronavirus my point is to listen to the CDC the doctors who see infectious diseases when they begin to report this is nothing worry about the public needs to trust and not worry about when these doctors say there is data to support. That is a major issue than the press needs to report this and not pontificate report and not cloud the waters with it misinformation. I wondered a lot and may not have been articulate. I wandered a lot and may not have been articulate. Just one or two types of things out I enjoy your show and TMA No names please in parentheses When was that sent okay? 'cause I was wondering affects a kind of seems like something that might have been sent a week ago which sounds weird and is not by no means intended to be a shot Now I see he sent me something else. It was all in one. Email Stream Hey Tim to saw the article on the fan. Page by Jason Warner Scary read. That's the one that I know we talked about in the morning after it was over numbers. Yes yes if we are basing the numbers of the report fifty x figure that is staggering. I'm trying to find anything from the CDC and World Health Organization that reports on actual cases versus confirmed cases. But haven't found anything yet. I'm not a math wizard by any means. But shouldn't we also be looking at those who are tested actually found to be negative? The ones tested are those who meet the criteria of cough and fever known exposure recent travel these would in theory be the group that would likely have cove nineteen. I get that some people have no symptoms and they would not likely be tested and could definitely spread the disease without knowing it that is scary and also that those not meeting the criteria for a swab or currently not being swabbed some have been directed to my facility that I work at part time to be tested by quest. We usually get those patients who are coughing. Had a fever and our concern. They might have it or are considered to be low. Risk by Missouri's health hotline no confirmed cases yet. As of today I think part of the problem for these numbers that they are not enough task right now and so they're conservatively testing patients which is not great for both sides of the argument low risk or people who would never get tested because they have no symptoms could hide more cases or the people who actually don't have it or these. Lois patients are actually not getting. The virus could bring the infection rates down. Maybe not a math guy. Either way you you look at it. This is not going. This is going to be interesting to see where numbers and up because as of now the only true way to stop the virus completely a fourteen day quarantine. That's the nation period the entire for the entire country which would have impacts for years to come. Thanks for reading all the emails and being so open for listeners participation so kind of sound like in a way Pete Same person who wrote in One? The first one was sent in on March sixteenth at ten fifty seven and last The one that I just read was sent in last night at ten eleven. Pm So what thirty six hours apart. And it sounded like his opinion changed a little bit too is I know maybe What what do you think? Well I agree with them in the first part. I think that there's they've really blurred the lines between news opinion and entertainment and I really think that news. Just be reporting the facts and leaving your personal opinion out of it. So like what he said. Towards the end of that about wanting to get the facts and figures from scientists and doctors could not agree more with that and then it sounded like Yeah he started taking the virus very more seriously in the second part. I feel I mean at this point like when we were talking about it on the radio show and I don't do you keep the text inbox open. I do right so you probably saw some of the texts that I saw but didn't read. Yeah and it was. It was really weird and I chose not to read the majority of them on the air. Because I know it would have led to sidetracking the discussion and going down a political road but at and I'm talking about a week ago or or less when we talk about the percentage of people who were downplaying it and or who thought the Rogan interview for example was democratic propaganda. That was going on now. Apparently it's still going on but it's going on in lesser numbers I actually agree with his the premise of his first email. But I'm probably coming at it from a different perspective than he's coming at it. I think based on what I read I could be wrong doesn't matter I'm answering this question. And I'm giving my opinion. I think one of the most damning commentaries on media is and I don't know if you've seen any of these I would imagine you have The audio slash video clips of Fox. News anchors On I mean as recently as a week ago but more two weeks ago talking about this and now how they're talking about it over the last forty eight seventy two hours it's grotesque and. I and I try to kind of get away from that stuff for the most part but I'm kind of at a point now Mike. You know the the the it's just it's it's it's grotesque. There's no other way for me to describe it. It's because because you knew you knew it was going on and just kind of okay. You know what was going on. But but why now have people found religion so to speak on this over the last five or six days? Why has a portion of the population found religion on this over the last four or five days? An answer is a the president found religion on it and be Fox News started finding religion on it. you had a lady by the name of Trish Regan. If I'm not mistaken. Are you familiar with the story? Pete now who is an anchor on Fox Business News? Who said that? This was Yet another way to try to impeach the President Her show has been put on hiatus And then take your pick of whichever you know using the flu thing that we heard about plenty You know we. I saw that. There was a thing on on the fan page. talking about Clay Travis in the way that he is handling it on on his show and because I'm connected via comrex you know. Turn on press. You know connect with the station each morning and I hear the show and I thought he had kind of moved off it but our listeners fan pages saying he still on this thing that this is you know. He's kind of moved. The goalpost initially. He was doing the flu thing. Now he's saying well it might be serious and I know people are going to die. But it's not worth the economic impact. So it's you know goalposts moving strategy and I just I mean it but I also said when somebody brought that up. I said I'm really surprised by that. Clay has been. He's been gassed. He's been in studio. I know he is a an incredibly intelligent person and so people that ask the question. Well is he saying this stuff knowing or is he? Does he really believe it? And that kind of that kind of makes take a step back on all of this stuff with media and I'm on this. I'm not going Fox News or Clay Travis. I'm talking across the board as as in. Do the people who take a line. Take it and idealism so to speak in their broadcasts are they saying it because they believe it or are they saying it because they know it will placate and enthuse energize their audience and be good for business and my answer to the question that I you know. Posed myself is I think I think I think for the most part so greater than fifty percent I think people honestly think it but I definitely think there are some people who do it because they know it will is good for their business and I hate that and when I was answering the question when somebody asked about What what clay was saying and I said I think and I do I think he's an incredibly intelligent guy and by the way I hope he's right. I hope he's right shit. I hope he's right That when I interviewed him and I can't remember if it was him or it was already laying but Clay or already one of the two or perhaps both of them and I'm I'm really not sure why but but will get to my point here said that day. Remember Howard Stern saying under no circumstances. Do you ever admit to your audience that you're wrong now. I don't recall Howard Stern saying that but I haven't listened to every minute of Howard Stern I if he did say it. I gotta be honest and say that I'm Kinda you know is a is a monster Howard Stern Fan. I'm disappointed and maybe he said that back in the eighties or nineties and it's not something the Howard Stern of twenty twenty would say But but I remember whenever whether it was Claire already when they were saying that to me I remember thinking to myself man. I disagree with that I just I vehemently disagree with that. And that's that's pre corona virus that I interviewed clay in twenty seventeen. And already you know a few few times And so it's pretty this stuff twelve before this stuff and I just absolutely disagree with that premise. I think credibility with an audience has built on transparency and honesty for those things again that I always say that you know that that that the things that involve oneself like I can sit there and say this about this person but now I'm bringing somebody else into the transparency and that's not fair. That's for that person but for my own situation if I'm wrong on something like for example My Bet with the cat on the XFL and not getting twenty five thousand fans in the first game Selling Twenty five thousand tickets. I was wrong. I mean how the hell can I spend that I mean it's fucking wrong period. There's there's not an interpretation betting the Plow Hawk that the cardinals would sign and our trade for an impact bat before opening day. I was certain on that. I mean it's certain as you can be to give somebody ten to one odds. I was certainly confident of it. Let's put it that way and I was wrong and I. I can't imagine actually going on the air like continuing to be to to say something that I don't really believe and I'm not saying that he's doing that or anybody's doing that. For that matter it could be a company edict. I don't know but I just know that But for me individually I would I wouldn't WanNa be on the air like parodying something that that is not what I what I truly think so. That's that's how I if anything from and I get that from Howard Stern actually and I get that in the sense that I remember him saying that you want to be honest with the audience as honest as possible and And therefore it would go against it to sit there and say well I was. I was right. No no no. I know you're presenting this fact but no I was right and here's how it was right and spit it. I think that would piss people off in the audience gangster. Pete I have been talking forever. Your Like rush limbaugh probably has the most outrageous views on this whole thing but people really. I'm not familiar with thinks. It's like the common cold and all that stuff real like you like you know this to be like you know old this to be the case you heard the man speak within the last twenty four hours well not in the last twenty four hours but within the last week. He's been saying this stuff. I know that But people like him people like clay. Travis I don't care what political side drawn like. They give their opinions all the time. So I'm less interested in what they say like. I expect them to be wrong. Most of the time and I know that Russia has a clear agenda You can argue clay. Might as well it looks like he might but whatever regardless of that. Those guys give opinions all the time so I don't I I really don't care what they say like it's entertaining to hear their ideas. I'm glad there's other ideas out there just to make you think about it but my problem is when new sources that are supposed to be reporting the news. Have their opinions baked into those? That's what ticks me off. I point you know what I mean like I if I go to a new source I wanna get the news the facts and baked in a Nice Distinction. I in in. I'm glad you brought that up. I guess I guess for me now at this point but it is interesting. You know it's somehow at some point because I was giving my opinion on the radio show and then somebody texted instead. I was like Don Lemon which I really did take a big insult because I mean that that that that gentleman is for real one of my least favorite people because he just. I don't know I don't know I don't I don't even know I. I need to articulate better but I'm just it's so it's not. It's not that I CONSIDER TO BE DISHONEST. But not that. I don't think it it's dishonest. I it's it's it's it's smarmy in its condescending and I also don't think It's it's particularly high brow In the sense that he was at. It's like it's one thing if it's GonNa be okay you know. I don't know who would. Who WOULD ONE CONSIDER TO BE? You know it's like a sixty minutes piece and you know the reporter knows what he or she is talking about it. Not that a sixty minutes would interact and unlike kind of crap on the audience But but he's not just it's not there so but but then an hour before two hours before me of Anderson Cooper same network and I think a lot of people including people who consider themselves to be conservative. Because I feel like we had. This is a question a few weeks ago. would say that. Anderson Cooper somebody that they do consider to be Honest even if for those who are Fox. News viewers He is of course anchor on CNN. I watch Chris Wallace on Sunday Mornings So it's yes I agree and so that's what you had on. But they were. You know the the the the audio of the Fa- I mean there's the audio of course of president trump's evolution on this over the last month or even couple of weeks You know it's under control tremendous control you know just but it's like okay. Whatever it's like there. Is Anybody surprised by it? You know and then like people like digging in going. Yeah but when he gets out of it a reason to give them credit. Okay fine you guys do your thing. We argue about you blame. And that's fine I get it. It's it's but it but it's not gonna it's not gonNA solve what he's a real problem. This isn't like arguing over the crowd at the inauguration. That's that's like a aside piece type thing. This is a real issue And spending time on arguing over that to me is you know I saw Before we went on a Pete David Axelrod tweeted something. And he was Barack Obama's Chief of staff was first term and now he's on CNN. I enjoy podcast. And and he was critical of Democratic campaign advertising strategy that was going to use trump's corona virus. You know how the words of changed and they contradict each other and standard stuff with him in an ad campaign and he said that this is just not the time for it and I couldn't agree with them. I mean that's been my opinion well before I saw David axelrod's tweet. It's just not the time. I think it does a disservice if your goal is to try to win over voters who might be on the fence on trumper Biden. This is at the time to do it to to use that as a you know. Use It whenever this hopefully is in our rear view mirror. But now when it's on when it's on our horizon I don't know I just think it's I think it's a bad strategy and I also just think it's it's just the wrong All right I said I'M GONNA kiss keepers to an hour and here we are. Were at fifty nine minutes and I could go for five more hours but I won't do it to you. I won't do it to you but I maybe we'll say let's do another one tomorrow Because I have so much Let me see. It's going to be another beautiful day. Here what is it? Is it really? It's not cold. Rainy dreary and the world is ending. So it's this about March and April. She says there her least favourite months said why in April like the first week of April in particular last week of March first week of April. He said why I said to me. That's when I start getting like out of like the the climate the slash weather Depression than I start getting into the second half October. The second half of March is when I start getting out of it because you know the good weather is around the corner and you also usually have the NHL playoffs opening day. The masters I don't get into the NCAA tournament anymore. But I know a lot of people do all those things and then you have warm weather and she said my issue with April. Is you think it's going to be warm? And now we're talking of course in Saint Louis. You think it's going to be warm but then it winds up yeah. They're a handful days where it's warm but it's cloudy and gray and it bothers you more than when it's cloudy and gray in January because January you expect it and it becomes more tilting because you want to get outside and April. And you think it's time but it winds up still being occasionally cold gray and rainy and and it's not It's a it's a false a false sense of hope. April showers bring may flowers. But those dreary days make you. Don't make you feel guilty about staying in to watch all the sports you know. That's a positive but now there's no sports so there's nothing so what are you doing for it to I mean I've been working out I've And we have a home gym I do have weights in my place and then I have you run in the park Lafayette Square Park run around their times. and then I've caught up on some movies Caught up on some shows played golf with mailman yesterday. Man That's about it there. It is. Yeah I'm already getting sick. Being in Ano- animators eight more. At least I'm telling you if they take off that is I mean that is such a nice respite from this whole thing where you can just get away from it like yesterday. Just got away from it for four and a half five hours it was awesome and then after the end of the round where you want to eat like Oh yeah hit you You gotTA throw one hundred dollars down. Will Golf Go away within the next week? I'll say no not everywhere. Do you think you're answering that question harder with your head. Yeah I don't know I I I really truly don't see it as a risk but at the same time I know I'm biased as well so I can actually see that being split just based on ownership group sexy some places closing some Saint Open. Yeah I was I was wondering like at a point. Where someplace because we're going to keep like we'll see like of your country club. We're going to keep it just for members down here that that's the case for a few places we were supposed to play Old Marsh which I haven't played. I guess it's I mean the name can kind of give you an idea of what the course like right I think it's a ray floyd course. We're that's why we're supposed to play when I pictures now looks Nice. Yeah. Apparently it's like in Adam's Adam's dad was the one who set it all up and he's excited about it and And he texted me on Sunday is hey golf's out old marshes Shutdown I would really like. I didn't think that was in play. We Wanna point somewhere else so it is a kind of a case by case right thing and I don't know March I think I think it's a private place. None of us being members of course And maybe that's why it got. I have no idea. I don't know it's not Adam. Plays at a place but he doesn't play there so I don't know man. Yes I agree with you though in the sense that it is a respite and I did read an article about it a few days ago. And they said you know. I think they're speaking with Diet. And they said your risk on golf is similar. Like your risk a hike. The only difference is you are. You can be in a car with somebody and then and then the flagstick you know which. I guess is why what you were saying. You're working you're just gonNA leave the flagstick and the whole time. I guess that's a good move. That's what we did. We saw the people in front of us were taken out every hall. Yeah Yeah I don't know I didn't cross my mind but yeah it's like okay. Why even mess with So and then at that point your own clubs I I take my said earlier. I take my son out. Did it yesterday just to this little green and just short game area in the back. It's often number two the champion course at PJ at like at five o'clock when nobody's out there and he just throws balls in the bunker and happy and I'm just chipping and pitching and I'm out there with my son and it's just it's Kinda like a field of dreams setting and But before we got in the cart the one of the people there they come over and they spray the cart with some kind of disinfectant. I guess that's the step they've taken right here Th- were there any things going on you. Play Tapa wingo yesterday at their dead when my dad actually got the email from tap wayne goes saying they were going through some different precautions. You know like yeah. He usually plays his club so we play. Sometimes he likes to go play somewhere else just to play a different course church so he got that email from them. He's like well. Let's go try that out. I mean nothing really noticeable off the clubhouse smelled like it'd been cleaned recently about it. Yeah we'll see a man I don't know I I just don't I don't I don't I don't know I don't I don't see because you're outside and that's the The ultraviolet rays. I don't know but I mean I don't know I really 'cause I was like baseball like when I was I was a happened. I'd be happy to be out on the course with our baskets so I was playing with last week when the when the baseball season got shut down and I wasn't really surprised I expected it because the night before the NBA. Shut down. You knew it was just a matter of time and I happened to be out on the course with Adam when Baseball shutdown again this time for eight weeks and as we were wrapping up We're up to eighteen th green. He he was texting with somebody. I know if it was catty or another player and he goes now. They're shutting down the Zurich and Quail Hollow What does that? Well what does that? What was the quail hollow event in North Carolina is a called Quail Hollow? That's the course right it's wells Fargo. Is that what it is I think it's Wells Fargo. I could be wrong either way and I go. Oh that's interesting. That is okay. But they haven't shut down. They shut down hill. Would imagine they would if those events are after Hilton at Hilton heads in the week after the masters and so you know here he is. Here's a guy who actually makes his living playing on the tour and he's kind of like yeah I expect it. You know On the golf course thing for for people going out and playing think that one would surprise me. I really do so I'm going to. I'm going to bet against it. I'm GONNA I'm going to bet against it and I think it's not rooted in what they want to be the case. I think it's an honest I just. I can't picture. I can't picture like Dr Foul Chico and we need people off golf courses. You know I can't picture All right well. I might do more questions from the audience this week. We have a billion more questions that I didn't get to gangster. I always appreciate your time. Thank you to our sponsors. Who Make it possible? The home loan expert Dot Com James Carlton Carlton State Farm Insurance Agency. 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