3 Burst results for "Joe Trimble"

"joe trimble" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

The Fantasmagorium Show

05:46 min | 3 months ago

"joe trimble" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

"Because i loved wanda vision and i think that it had a visual flair in terms of capturing sitcoms throughout the ages and so i think that hey if you're going to get a director who can capture the feel of things gone past then he he's really. He has proven himself to be good at it In terms of this announcement. Though i don't like the revisionist history of the first female screenwriters of star trek because it kind of erases dc. Fontana i was. I was going to bring that up so i find. I find that. I find that to be a little bit disrespectful. It is accurate in the fact that it is The first film written by a female while one way the founding it does say it does say star trek film to be rid. It doesn't get a script okay. And so i understand that. But one of the founding mothers of star trek was a woman and one of one of the most prolific fans star. Trek was a woman named py. Joe be joe trimble. Yeah and so. I don't like it when these announcement show up and they say this is the first time this happened this. I don't either scott. I agree with you. One hundred percent and i think we were. We live in this weird age right now. Where everything's i everything has to be a i Even if it's true or not that doesn't even have to be true but but they'll say oh. This is the first time this is the for everything has to be a i like. That's some kind of huge milestone I'm a big fan kerry coach. Yes yes it's okay is it is but but it it it. It presumes that Women have not been involved in star trek up to the up to set point which is just not the case. Well yeah that's neither here nor there Well no but it's it's something in terms of the press release that that gives me pause but i i am fan of juan division. I am a fan of star trek. And i'm looking forward to matt chapman a making that happen. And i look forward to this script by lindsey in geneva Like all i want is good star. Trek duda i. I lay awake at night being like. Can i have some new star trek. That's good so. I do think this is.

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"joe trimble" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"joe trimble" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"There were what on and he was a really interesting character because he was kind of the the old school and that he was from the Jimmy cannons back in the fifties Jimmy Cannon would come and he. Was a sports writer. He had a lot of power because he wrote these insightful pieces about players but he also had way of mythology the players you know like mantle and Dimaggio. These guys were Kings, Dick. Young. was. From his school he was a for lack of a lack of a better expression. Let's say a blue collar WIDER THOROUGH BLUE-COLLAR NEW YORK. And he was covering them the players and telling more about their lives. Now, he wasn't really not. He was still mythology builder, but he was starting to get into more than just the game you know one of. The things that was happening in newspapers back. Then we started having morning editions and afternoon editions. So the morning edition guys would cover the scores and the afternoon addition. To write about because the scores were already covered well, bick young kind of was the tests. The baton from Jimmy can into a group of sports writers called the chipmunks. Now, that's an informal name but these are guys like Phil Peppy, Stan, Isaacs, those are the guys who the afternoon writers who really started writing more about the personal lives of the players. This is something that never really came out before if you were a fan in the sixties to find out what these guys were doing at home to find out things that were happening off the field but they were looking for stories, they needed to fill the paper and that of course Really paved the way for Jim down to come along and start telling stuff. That's what's happening off the field but it was stuff that was a little more you see. So to speak you know it wasn't wasn't as harmless as what those guys were writing. But what was interesting about is that what may kyung an interesting character is he was kind of in my mind, the the pivot from one to the other. You know he kind of took the baton from Jimmy Cannon and passed it off to the chipmunks. If he weren't there whether or not that that move with been made as smoothly. One of the things I like about this book is it's not only about things areas, but also it has some very very funny stories and I've always said I think baseball more than any other sport lends itself to Great Sports Stories, and one of the examples you have is about the nineteen sixty, five world series about Sandy Colfax I'll let you tell story. Well Colfax I. You know the interesting thing about that story with Colfax is that he didn't WanNa pitch because we John Kapoor. So he said I'm not going to pitch in the world series because it's a holiday and he was Jewish but he was not a really religious guy he he just felt i. don't pitch on Yom Kippur. So one of The things we talked about in the book, which is not the story I'm sure you're referring to. But is that to this day rabbis we interviewed rabbis for the book and they said to this day children come in when they're getting by. Mitch. FIT or botnets fit and they say that one of the most important Jewish role models they have in life. One of the top three people who Sandy Koufax to this day, and he had no idea of the statement he was making an. Entire community when he said, I'm not gonNA pitcher on Yom Kippur so that really had lasting effect on society in Jewish Society but he didn't pitch. So Don Drysdale took the ball that day and he goes out and gets shellacked. So both allston comes out to the mound to take drysdale out because he's not getting hit and because he's getting hit and Drysdale looks at him and says, I bet right now you wish I was Jewish to. Any other stories in this book that kind of leave you chuckling today even when you think about them, well a ton of them but I'll tell you one story that I was thinking about. Before when we were talking about Dick on is that there was a writer Joe Trimble, who is a sports beat writer covering the World Series when Don Larsen fifty six when Don Larsen throws the perfect game. And he's got to get a story outright away this. Morning Writers we spoke about morning and afternoon writers, but he's got to get something out right away. 'cause it's GonNa be in the morning edition the next morning edition and he's stumped he's. He's got a deadline. The clock is ticking and somebody just pitched a perfect game in the world series. This is an unbelievably big moment that was handed to him and he froze and he couldn't come up with anything and he turns to somebody says Dick Young. And pick him comes over this young. It was not a veteran at this point but he was like a cool customer and tremble sentiment says I I I'm stuck. So the youngsters are typewriter sits down and hammers out one sentence and when Trimble looks at the sentence, he says, okay, I got it from here. Don't worry your work here is done and the sentence done took young hammered out on that typewriter was today the imperfect man pitched a perfect game. And that was the line that set Trimble of Trimble on a lot of awards to that story and pick young never said anything in fact when it was Dick Young's trembled was retiring and Dick Young was there trampled says you know I have to admit something that I never admitted to anybody else and he tells the story I won many awards to this particular. Game me the first line he said, but I've never told anybody that story and what makes me What makes me love pick young so much is that he never told anybody that story either I'm also interested in the integration of baseball because I was a youngster growing up in Washington DC and Calvin Griffith was the owner of the Washington senators at that time. And He was not a very tolerant or open minded man and there were a lot of owners that were like that. So as the integration of baseball came along I, think they went kicking and screaming some of those owners in baseball. Well, yeah. You mentioned Calvin Griffith I mean he moved the senators to Minnesota they became the Minnesota twins but the reason that. He them out. There was because he wanted to move where the demographics were whiter. So he took his team he just opened up and left What's interesting in the book is that we talk about in nineteen sixty six how the Milwaukee braves came to Atlanta because entry young and others, Atlanta civil rights leaders and the mayor of Atlanta Ivan Allen we're trying to build. An integrated city from the top down and they said, well, we need to legitimize. This is baseball team and a stadium because that's when you really on the map and they had to woo Hank Aaron and the braves to Atlanta Aaron was didn't want anything to do with the south he had grown up in the sally at suffered enough as as a black man. In the south but he came and that ended up really legitimizing the the city and what's interesting is that now this this season Atlanta is moving out of that stadium and they're moving to a white suburb but COBB county I'm I'm not saying it's the same reasons as Calvin Griffith I mean I'm not accusing anybody of anything, but it is interesting that the very. Reason the team came there in nineteen, sixty, six I, guess those reasons don't matter as much anymore or maybe time has passed but for whatever reason, they're now moving out to Cobb county. So whatever young had done is kind of being raised. Now we have a little bit over two minutes left in the issue of race also touched other sports as well such. As football because the Washington redskins were described as having the team colors of Burgundy gold and Caucasian and I think about the issue even today about the use of the word redskins and just shake my head. Well, yeah I mean and also now rob Manfred just came out. I. Think it was last night and was talking about the the Cleveland Indians insignia to. The the has the native American there but it's the very stereotypical image..

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"joe trimble" Discussed on Mile Hi Radio

Mile Hi Radio

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"joe trimble" Discussed on Mile Hi Radio

"All man, grandma can find his horses. All right now. Dylan. This cowboy here to meet him. Let's see if he's in the house. I'll wait for you. Got up that hard. Go on. That's better. Come on take a look. Well, what are you waiting for? Nothing. You go ahead. Looks like I'll have to hurt this, man. You've been kind of bulky ever since we ran into you, Mr. I don't like being dragged around. I never did. I just want you to meet all grandba-, you'll be grateful for you. Open one his horses back here. I know what you think Mr. you think I was stealing them horses. Well, I never heard of the woman I was never near this place. Yeah. So you told me, but you're here now. I afraid of you or nobody. Let's go into the house come on. What is it? Ranby? What's wrong, right? Mr dylan. He's hanging in there. What somebody's gone in hung him right in his own house. I want to see him anymore. You. Look you're gonna hold it on this Manchester if he makes a move shooting. This. Now, you just stand there real client. I ain't gonna do nothin' shoring. Just goes on. Country. Don't mean I killed nobody. Mr. though, decide about that. Who is Mr. Dylan anyway, easing United States, March Latu Marshall? Looks like you run into the wrong people. Uh-huh. Justice searching, aren't you? Turnaround. The house is all torn up. He must have been looking for old grandbabies money. I was never in that. There's nothing nothing. All right, Chester. Here's your gun. Catch it. Thank you. All right now. What's your name? Trembled Joe Trimble where you're from up north up north where all over. What are you doing down here? Trouble. They can change. Yeah. Sure. And some cowboy running do told you about grand BBN, rich. So you came here and kick the old man around hugging. And then tried to find the money. That's all live. It's the first time I was ever near the plate. I'm sure you'll did it Trump. But I wish I had more evidence of law just might not conviction. The way things stand. You're going to let me go. No, I'm arresting you, and you're going to stand trial. Do my best to see you hung. I didn't do what I tell you. And I both free to you'll see some mighty rock about you. And I can't figure it at all. Sure. Find out..

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