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088 | Kid Icarus
"Our world is full of the unexplainable and history is an open book all of these amazing tales right there on display just waiting for us to explore. Welcome. The cabinet of curiosities. Mankind's fear of the other is dangerous. It has led to colonization and destruction as well as the erasure of entire cultures all because differences were perceived as threats a people that looks different or lives outside with the dominant culture deems as acceptable is suddenly put on the defense. For example, thanksgiving is taught as a unity story between two different groups coming together to celebrate the harvest in reality, the womp Noah, Dr didn't trust the Puritans who had come ready to negotiate a protection treaty with the native people and essence a contract of mutually assured destruction after all the Puritans hadn't left England just for religious freedom. They had also wanted to establish a theocracy, and if the want Noah had gotten in the way, they would have been removed through violence by the Europeans hundreds of years later, another local population would also come under fire just not how they expected. In eighteen fifty five Arash of robberies and kidnappings across the midwest were being reported by the Choctaw tribe. What had started out with the disappearance of livestock and crops quickly turned darker as children's started going missing the tribe organized a search party led by a group of seven foot tall warriors known as the light horsemen ventured into the wilderness. They rode for hours armed with rifles and sidearms in the dead of summer, the sun beating across their backs before they decided to stop near a river and rest after a quick meal to refuel and recharge they set back out for another long journey through the woods. They were determined to find the criminals one way or another, and they would not return home until Justice had been served. Almost an entire day of non-stop writing past before something was spotted in the distance the leader of the party, a half Choctaw half, French general named Joshua leflore told the men to stop and wait he pulled out the telescope. He kept at his side for a closer. Look the horses moved around in place agitated by something no one else could see the floor spotted movement to head. It must be them. He thought the bandits had been known to hang around this area. And now the time had come for the general and his gang to exact their vengeance. They charged forward their horses pounding the grass with their strong hooves while the men shouted their arrival. And then it hit them not a weapon nor bullets, but an odor, powerful and nauseating. Unlike anything they had ever smelled in their lives, the horses bucked and winning and protests. Some of the men fell to the ground gasping for air, some sort of reprieve from the stench after a few. Minutes of frenzied coughing. The men looked ahead to a clearing where they saw the cause of the wretched smell. It was a mound of dirt and mud overflowing. With human remains the decay had drawn out swarms of flies that hovered around like black clouds behind the mountain of death at the edge of the woods across the clearing were three figures, the bandits themselves the floor and his men gathered their horses and pressed onward holding their noses as best they could. It was now or never they thought. The figures refused to move refuse to run away from the fight and the Choctaw warriors who rushed toward them with their weapons drawn the floor got to them first with a sabre and pistol held out in front of him. He never saw it coming his horse fell to the ground dead and the general rolled several feet away. He got a better look at the bandits who now appeared to be as big as him if not bigger and covered in hair. He fired on the one that brought down his horse the bullets disappeared into his metaphor. But didn't stop it. It only angered it. The creature reached out toward the floor grabs him by his head. And well that was the end of the general. The other men watched it happen and drew their rifles. They also fired into the three bandits who had massacred the people of their tribe managing to bring down two of them a third tried to escape into the woods limping away. But the soldiers wouldn't have it what these men these beasts had done was on thinkable. And there was no way they were going to be allowed to do it again. One of the warriors tackled the remaining bandits knife in hand and finish the job. When the dust had settled, the surviving members of the search party examined the bodies of their attackers closely they had stood upright like men, they'd moved like men, but they'd been stronger bigger hairier than any men. They'd set there is upon before they were enormous hulking brutes who bore only a passing resemblance to actual human beings. Their bodies were brought back to the tribe and burned while the deceased Choctaw were given proper burials, the survivors waited for a reprisal from other members of the beasts own tribe. But it never came. Instead what had transpired has gone down in history as the only battle on record of the human Bigfoot war of eighteen fifty five. This episode of cabinet of curiosities was made possible by Robin Hood, Robin Hood is an investing app that lets you buy and sell stocks ET apps options and cryptos all commission free. While other brokerages charged up to ten dollars for every trade. Robinhood doesn't charge any commission fees. So you can trade stocks and keep all your profits. Plus there is no account minimum deposit needed to get started. So you can start investing at any level. The simple intuitive design of robinhood makes investing easy for newcomers and experts alike view, easy to understand charts and market data and place a trade and just four taps on your smartphone. You can also of you stock collections such as one hundred most popular with Robin Hood, you can learn how to invest in the market as you build your portfolio. Discover new stocks track your favorite companies and get custom notifications for price movements. So you never miss the right moment to invest Robin Hood is giving listeners of cabinet of curiosities of free stock like apple for or sprints to help you build your portfolio. Sign up at curious. Cities dot Robin, Hood dot com. desperation can be quite a motivator in the original thousand and one nights. A king finds out his wife has been unfaithful and has her killed then Mary's a series of women and orders the same fate the morning after their wedding night. So that they never get a chance to commit the same infidelity. Once there are no more women left in the kingdom. His advisors daughter Sheherazade volunteers to become his next bride. The adviser is hesitant but allows her to sacrifice herself on their wedding night. She begins to tell the story to the king. But she doesn't finish it. He refuses to kill Sheherazade until she can complete the story, which she does the following night as soon as she's done. However, she begins another tale and the cycle starts over. And it's her desperation to stay alive that gives birth to a collection of stories that have influenced cultures and literature. All over the world. Her desperation didn't just allow her to keep her head it gave her security. She became too important to discard much like a young Italian. Scientists in Scotland around fifteen hundred. His name was John Damian. And he arrived promising great big things to King James the fourth King James allow Damian to set up a laboratory inside Stirling castle in order to carry out his experiments under a watchful eye. The king was in search of something important something that had alluded rulers explorers for thousands of years. Every culture had a different name for it. The elixir of life, the elixir of immortality and occasionally the philosopher's stone then yes for fans of a certain boy wizard. It's that philosopher's stone. The king gave Damian everything he needed money time resources all in the pursuit of a substance that would not only bring attornal life, but turn any other material into gold and Damian certainly took advantage of his benefactors generosity records from the time to note, the purchases of all sorts of scientific equipment, including Cullens glass, flasks and other materials, he spared, no expense and bought whatever he needed whenever he needed it, including copious amounts of whiskey. Like many rulers thrown history. King James sought to control and maintain his wealth by any means necessary. This often involved research into the supernatural when realistic solutions proved too time consuming or unsuccessful, unfortunately after about seven years, it didn't look like Damian was any closer to turn will youth. Then when he'd started. Instead, he turned his eyes toward the heavens. Specifically he wanted to get as close to them as possible dreams of wealth and immortality were set aside as the outcome. I became obsessed with making man fly. You watched birds how their wings caught the wind and propelled themselves up higher and higher. How they could glide on a current of air for seconds before needing the flap again, Damian studied the mechanics until he thought he'd figured it out. He began designing wings for himself based on his observations even going so far as to include feathers in the final product to that end. He ordered eagle feathers. But could only get hen feathers at the time. No matter feathers were feathers. Right. And these would have to do there was only one problem Damian worked alone. He had no one to test his theory or his newfangled contraption which left only one other possibility in after test it himself so at the end of September in fifteen o seven. He strapped his feathered wings to his back and climb to the top of Stirling castle. And then he jumped. Onlookers applauded as Damian took to the skies. He was a man of conviction who bravely tested his scientific advancements on himself. When no one else would if only his conviction was enough to keep him airborne, you see gluing feathers together and flapping his arms didn't have the intended effect. He felt like a stone. Just after takeoff he managed to survive though. Thanks to a well placed pile of dung waiting below a bruised and smelly Damian blamed his failure on his choice of feathers, claiming hen's feathers were more attracted to the ground than eagles feathers would have been that didn't sound very scientific though, perhaps he should have sought some advice from a good friend of his back in Italy. Who had also been sketching plans for his own flying machines together, they might have had more success, or at least brought more of their drawings to life that friend, by the way was none other than Leonardo Davinci. 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The Door Is Open
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Can you believe what we're talk a little fantasy here? We know Patrick. Mahomes Mark Jackson your top quarterbacks but maybe there's one that you're missing so we're to rank them discussing the pros in on this and look. There are all the pros on your screen right now. Hi Everybody happy Thursday. Welcome INTO NFL. Our panel everywhere. All around the World Tim Hasselbeck Damien. Woody Jeff Darlington. I'm Diane Rossini here in Bristol Connecticut Guy so great to talk to you. Hope your families are safe and healthy. Let's begin here with really. What's the big picture? What's going on around the world to review Essentially of how this has gone down a little time line of the reopening of sports potentially and the NFL. Tuesday we know that Arizona's governor said that professional sports can resume without fans this Saturday then. Wednesday schefter reported that the NFL extended the virtual off season. The end of May also Wednesday Florida's governor saying all professional. Sports are welcome here for practicing and playing and then guys panthers owner. David tougher weighed in on the possibility of games being played in front of fans this him on the and we see he said you won't be play having full stadiums but that doesn't mean you can have some fans in the stadium either now if you're comfortable being in a close airplane for cross country trip eighteen inches apart maybe with two seats in between you and being five feet away from each other you might be comfortable in an open. Aired stadium the. Nfl is looking all contingency plans right now trying to figure out how to make this work. Jeff Charleston joining us here with some information. So what more can you add here about? Where the stands with reopening? Well this is a very complicated measure at this point. Even when Dave tepper does open up the possibility to playing in front of some fans the leave behind the scenes conversation with them and others around the league point to a number of obstacles even then for instance what happens. How do you decide who gets those seats in a place? Like Green Bay where the stadium is essentially sold out by season ticket. Holders the third party ticket market if someone has a group of four tickets and they try to sell those split them up two and two and now you have to strangers sitting together. How do you overcome that obstacle? And perhaps even more importantly than that something to consider the legal liability of having vendors inside a stadium ultimately if they were to get sick or God forbid die and then all of a sudden there is litigation based on an unsafe workplace another obstacle for these NFL teams to get around now. What we can point out here. Is that the. Nfl is doing everything to plan for every possibility the NFL currently putting out a protocol how to get people simply inside their facilities to begin work in a regular capacity and then also planning for. What is downstream from there? And I can tell you. I was talking to some people about how they plan on doing. This and a couple of people brought up the model of the Miami. Dolphins are currently utilizing Co. Tom Garfinkel currently getting accreditation from the Global Bio Risk Advisory Council. So that you can have more safe venue. When they were to ultimately opened up the fans this is something that other teams are also looking into. But certainly just wide open spectrum when it comes to finding the answers to what are now a multitude of questions. You mentioned that I am dolphins. Jeff I know you're in Florida and your governor. There is just mentioned actually on Fox News that he's already spoken to the University of Florida. I saying I've already spoken with some of our Colleges University of Florida. They got a great football stadium. The swamp that's not used on Sunday so. Nfl team needs a place to land. We can work that out too so it seems that Florida is committed to try to move this along but again this is very layered and still a lot to get before sports can return now teams normally would be holding. Ota's in May followed by June minicamp but those activities have been cancelled because of the corona virus. Here's a couple of California these players on the pay having to move somewhere to actually play. I think so I think For All of us are dealing with change throughout these tough times and I think this is something that everybody in the world has suggested not disastrous for player so we had to go move to a different state or different city to be able to get back to work and build. Help feed our families in. I'm sure a lot of guys in most of the guys four. There's a way to safely be able to bring football to households able to Do something That was would be some sense of normalcy for people. I think there's a way to safely do that You know the guys are GonNa be all all onboard for it. Sounds like getting a mixed bag of sauce there. And certainly getting a mixed bag of thoughts about this. Guy Cowboy quarterback Dak Prescott still waiting on that long term deals you've got until July fifteenth to sign his exclusive franchise tender though. There hasn't been much reported progress in these contract. Negotiations the latest. We really heard at least can understand on the situation. Is that cowboys executive vice president. He even told The Dallas Morning News. Obviously is the elephant in the room. Ever knows it. We've gotTA keep grinding. Jerry's always told me as a mentor. Mind as the money gets bigger. The deals get harder. Obviously when we're talking about Dakyns as big as it gets in the league so it's gotTa be right for deck and it's gotTa be right for us now. It goes zero sum game for Jerry and I were justified enough cap space. Would ever we do? Here is just a matter of how much we want to allocate to one player and we just continued certainly the big story of the off season as we continue to wait to see what they decide to do. So Jeff I want to start with you. How soon do you think before? Dak and the cowboys agree on a new deal done. I find it funny every time I say something that is like pro cowboys. I get a text from somebody closer to dock. That says that I'm wrong. And every time I say something. That's pro doc. I get it from the cowboys so clearly. We're still a little bit a ways off your right but but what I would point out what I continue to point toward is the deadline. It's just feels. Both sides need a hard deadline which is in July July fifteenth. Maybe we have to have this conversation until then that being the day that people who are franchise tagged can negotiate a long-term deal beyond that they have to wait until the off season. So that's the hard deadline. We need to continue to watch here until then I understand we can continue to talk about Dot Prescott. Maybe wanting four years. The cowboys wanted to give him five. I sense that it's even more complicated than that. But at this point just you're eye on that deadline in until then we'll just keep keep talking about it. Tim Complicated or not as former quarterback here. What's your take on? How Dallas has actually handled? The negotiations altogether. They've blown it because Dak Prescott is going to be way more expensive now than it would have been had. They ripped up his dealer done an extension after year. Three much like legals did with wins in the Rams Jared Goff and so those two guys get their deals done which ups kind of the price for starting quarterbacks and then I also think if they don't get something done before Patrick Mahomes or before Deshaun Watson it's GonNa go up even more. The reality is they have done after year. Three when Dak had never etta season where he threw more than twenty three touchdown passes when he never had a season where he threw for over four thousand yards but instead because they waited he goes and has his best year. He throws thirty touchdowns throat for nearly five thousand yards and now he's more expensive so jeff saying you know. Maybe it's more complicated. I don't think it's all that complicated. Dak Prescott is going to come in somewhere around four years. One hundred and fifty million five years one hundred ninety million. It's going to be around thirty seven. Thirty eight million dollars. That's the that's what it's GonNa cost for Deck Prescott to be their starting quarterback and listen. I'll people have talked about. Hey maybe you know. He shouldn't eat up so much of the CAP. But I know my boy d would is just not hearing that at all the right. It's not the players jobs. Where by the salary cap the players job? Get the best deal they get for himself. Club is responsible for getting talent and out the whole situation. Look Tim. You're absolutely in this particular situation. Cowboys dropped the ball where they could've negotiated worked out a deal with that. I got last year before. He had the type of year that he had this year. Where specifically this year and also think about this guys I mean if you look at that I got where his mindset is that right now think about this in a couple of years the NFL at another gate schedule. You have to renegotiate. They still have to do another a new TV deal. That's going to mean a lot more revenue that's GONNA come into the League so here Dak Prescott trying to do a five year deal trying to get back to the table as quickly as possible and I think that's what the holdup all about. Look you can continue to also think that the cowboys already. I remember talking to Scotland Clue and years ago pointing out that they never got a deal. Done with kirk cousins he was the GM of the redskins and they couldn't get the deal done with Kirk cousins because ultimately his value had risen too high before they were able to get the deal done where they couldn't come back to the middle. That would be my fear when it comes to Prescott and is perceived value on the open market and for the cowboys. Currently have him the only thing. I continue to reserve judgment on is. I can't wait to see what the ultimate deal was because as much as we want to continue to say the cowboys blue and I'm not saying one way or the other because I just don't think that we know enough at this point whether Dax should take the deal on now or not. We just don't know because we aren't the ones looking right now at the language of the deal the value of the deal or any of it and it's hard to try to play both sides in the middle of negotiation like this. I just think that we do have to be very careful. Thinking one side or the other in a scenario when we may be don't know everything about exactly how these negotiations are going back in. Just jump back at the. I mean the reality is this though because of how he entered the League if you would have done a deal with him after year three he at that point had made two point seven. Five million dollars that's it that was his earnings. So as quarterbacks standards go that is cash poor with a year left on your you're not GonNa make a lot of money. That leverage at that point in the teams hands like they have the leverage now deck is looking at a franchise tag a thirty one million dollars the year after that. You know maybe thirty six or more and then you're looking at situation. He's basically saying look. I have two years seventy million dollars sitting right in front of me right now. That's the launching off point because they waited this long. Here's the one that there are a lot of facts that we don't know Jeff that you that you mentioned. We don't know what they're offering. But we do know that. They've said he hasn't won a super bowl and that seemed to be a sticking point as why they didn't. WanNa pay him out. But the fact is only five. Quarterbacks have ever thrown for twenty touchdowns in each of their first four seasons peyton manning Dan Marino Russell Wilson Dak Prescott and Garett car. So he's he's got to stand on end the leverage back here on NFL lobby NFC has combined to post the worst win percentage in the NFL over the last three seasons and now three before teams. They're going to have new head coaches this season. Mike McCarthy me now no he's with the cowboys we got Ron Rivera in DC. With Jack Del Rio and then we've got the giants with Joe Judge. Has He's GonNa get his shot with Jason Garrett as the offensive coordinator and it's going to be Daniel Jones of course at the quarterback position for New York. Jones entered his second season after complicated rookie year here while he threw for the fourth most touchdowns ever by a rookie just coughed up an NFL. High eighteen fumbles. Now here's Daniel Jones on diving into Jason Garrett playbook. I certainly did that diving into some of the the cowboys stuff and what they had done in the past how the rules make it tough to communicate a whole lot about that stuff so so you know. There's a little bit of patients involved in that and getting to the point where we could get the playbook and the kind of understand some of the concepts and and get some of the verbiage but I did my best to be prepared for when I could get my hands on also springs back up to the panel starting with Tim Hair. Tim We we heard. Joe Judge. Say that this offense is going to look a lot like the cowboys offense. So now that the giants what can we expect with Jason Garrett running the show here while I think we'll see an offense that runs through the running back much like Dallas. Offense ran through. Zeke Elliott run through saquon Barkley and New York. That's what Jason Garrett will want to do. And then you know you heard Daniel Jones talk about concepts and verbiage. The passing concepts are going to be a lot of the same stuff that we've seen around the league in general and so. There's not going to be a Tom. That's noticeable there. The verbiage will be different. Daniel Jones kind of speaking to the uniqueness of this off season and the rules that are in place and how that can make it difficult. Jason Garrett is going to want to run the football. Dan will be featured passing concepts that you see around the league that you saw dollars you'll see in New York and January. Jones is a fine fit for that because he's a smart guy should work advantage with this kind of bizarre off season that we're having a just a personality standpoint. Tim. Daniel Jones is very mild mannered. He's very calm. And I think we know obviously enough about Jason Gary. He's never ride into high. Never riding too low so just from a personality match. I think this is. This is one that can certainly work. And you know you take a look at what Jones will be working with specifically with Garrett here remember and sometimes I forget this that Garrett Lewd one of the NFL's best offenses during his tenure in Gallup's right. I think he got so much criticism. But if you look at this mcavoy's generated five point eight yards per play third in that span behind. Only saint in the Falcons. Now take a listen to running back. Saquon Barkley talking about the possibility of reaching out to Garrett old running back Ezekiel. Elliot's haven't had contact Zeke yet I do plan on doing But I kind of one. That's been consistent down myself and then you know. Get to Zeke and see what what he was doing here was doing there. Because it's Kinda like anything I was like. There's a basis stuff steady. Learn the days that that you gotta be able to do but then day. There's some stuff that you gotta do. As a football player it'd be become user created I'll definitely use him. Try to learn from where he was able to Damian. I'm all for learning. Let's going on here. What is what is your reaction. We're talking to division rivals. Potentially comparing notes about Jason Gary and how he helped Zeke and how saquon can do it and these two to talk about. What do you think about this? I'M NOT GIVING UP RABBLE. Listen listen we could be and we can hang and do all those things but you want me to help you learn people beck and try to defeat me. No No. I'm not having any of it. Maybe that's the news food players that everybody's Buddy Buddy and friends hang out all season but I guess I you know maybe. Call me a mini boom or something. But I haven't all of that stuff where I'm giving tips on the playbook now no no to that reaction from d. word all day long. I will say I'm a little bit surprised. You know. Listen if there was a guy from beaver Dam Virginia the WANNA hang out with season. He was going to be with that. I have. There's no doubt about it. Look so many guys share agents share Offseason homes or live in the same area. Same you know training with each other when you look at this so many guys look at it like Hey. I want players to do well and look if you're not going to help the Guy. Don't show your cards. Don't tell them that you're not gonNA help him act like you're giving them some advice. Just give him some advice. That's more like something you would have done dance. Espn nine PM. Such where I'm picturing Michael Jordan. Wanting to murder people at the slightest little slides not helping competitor saquon. Barkley is just being a nice guy. Get it but let's talk about another goat. I remember talking to Robert Griffin the third several years ago using the and they were having joint practices. The Idiots and Robert. Given the third tells me that he's standing next to Tom Brady and Brady. Does something three looks over to Tom. Hey Tom like when you saw that right there. Like what were you thinking? And why did you make that decision and Tom Stone face just leave looks to Robert and says hey maybe when I retire I can help you but for now no handouts and they went on about their grim? But I'm watching Michael Jordan and I'm saying you're certainly quite savage man. I'm learning a lot about you three. I say you're all very kind but I don't think lying to the other person Tim is the way to go but I see what you're saying. They're just kidding. I wonder what are the biggest moves the randy this season we know right was cutting todd? Gurley he spent five years with the team this part of cap saving obviously but we know that girlies whole the neat thing. It's really been an issue. Well HIS NEW OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR IN ATLANTA DIRK CUTTER. Who recently in on his car and take a listen only twenty five years old and he's had two seasons where he was arguably the best running back in football when he's at his best he's got speed. He's got power he can break tackles. He's elusive he's catch the ball out of the backfield. You know we just gotTa see how healthy he is and how consistently he can do it. He can still do it it just a matter of. How often can you do it? Be The question continues there though we're apart these days sharing so at Geico we'd like to say thanks. Thanks for sharing your savage dance moves. Thanks for sharing your. Diy Haircut fails thanks for sharing your inner lips star. Now it's turned with the GEICO giveback fifteen percent credit on car and motorcycle policies for current and new customers. Because we're committed for the long haul the fifteen percent credit laster full policy term visit GEICO DOT COM SLASH. Give back for more info and eligibility with the six. Pick in the twenty twenty. Nfl draft the Los Angeles chargers select Herbert quarterback Oregon's. He has all the tools he's going to have a tremendous career to be on the west coast. I was always a big fan. I'm going to do my best. Do the best quarterback I can be better get better. I'm just accept them. Harbor was selected sixth overall by the chargers after he capped off his organ career with the Rose Bowl victory here and MVP honors after. Become the first quarterback to rush for three touchdowns in the bowl since Vince. Young did it in two thousand six and he was dominant in the red zone with the duct. We're talking fifty touchdowns to just four interceptions when it mattered. Most the kid can play and guess what joining us here on. Nfl Lie so. Let's just Herbert who was drafted by the chargers just three weeks ago. I can't believe how quick time is going but that being said a week after they drafted you the charges. Put that tweet out about this time. Capsule survey thing that you filled out when you were about nine years old. I think you were in fourth grade and the question was when I grow up. I'm going to be and you actually answer the question a professional football player which I. That's kind of normal. A lot of guys want to football players but then when they ask you to list your favorite team you filled in chargers football and then look at it. It all came together. So how do you feel about your predictions coming through here Justin? I thought it was pretty cool. I kind of forgot about that. And my mom did a good job of finding that. It's kind of funny the way things worked out in. I think being from Eugene. It's Kinda tough without a pro sports team other than the Blazer. So we just. Kinda pick their team on the west coast and just happened to be the chargers. Yeah and then you also said that you like the city of Los Angeles so go figure. The chargers moved to La. But it's basically just all coming together for you. You obviously were chargers handwrite. So who's your favorite player? Growing up. I was a big Lindane Tomlinson Fan. I think we had a couple of his jerseys. I think we even had a drew brees Jersey but just kinda shirts and is really funny to look back and see stuff that we had our. I sell the guy. He didn't mention there that I thought maybe it would have been your favorite player. Would've been Philip rivers right so now here. You are in this position where you're following in his footsteps for You. What's been your outlook going into this. Knowing that you did so much for this organization we've watched so much of this film and it's incredible to watch. And the way he checked the scrimmage of the command e of the offense that's coach. I wants from his quarterback. So we've done a good job of watching him and it's been really impressive and I'm GonNa do everything I can to to play the way he played. We know that you guys have been doing these virtual off season meetings coach. Elaine has done a really smart job of splitting the rookies up. The East Coast guys are in east coast time. The West Coast guys are west coast. So you guys. Don't get up too early guy in Hawaii as well but for you would it. What's been the biggest obstacle talking to your team? It's just facetime. Yeah it's been tough to to get to know those guys 'cause you think about it you'd be here. It'd be in person with them. You get to make mistakes on the on the field and everything's been online so it's kind of been tough that way but we're doing everything we can to make up for that and whether that's throwing lifting running A lot of the guys ended up working out working out of the same weightlifting. Place I do. So it's it's been good to meet those guys as well. I've heard some head coaches with other teams have been testing their rookies. Trying to keep them on their toes to make sure that they're really absorbing all the information. Have you been tested on anything or put on the spot yet? I've had about a quiz every day. So just kind of going over the stuff that I've been asked about so. They're old accountable Sarah. La Let's go back to the time capsule survey. I've got a new one for you. Okay so little fortune telling again ten years from now. Justin Herbert wants to be known as like phyllida peddler a teammate again. It's always gonNA put the team. I can answer that being said off season even before you were drafted charges very set on tyrod Taylor being the star. They want him to leave this team. But it's still at the end of the day competition for you. What's your going into this? Are you trying to win the starting job? We've one or are you looking at it? As I'm I need to learn and grow and absorb as much information as possible can to become a professional athlete. How dishes great for all three. Listen to quarterback roommates Kennedy Great. It's going to push each other. I think everyone in that room wants to be the guy especially I I wanna be that guy But at the end of the day it's about the guy that's the best whoever's going to give the team the best chance of winning so whoever that is the opportunity all right thank you so much urban. Lhasa there at the end but thanks for joining. Nfl Live now. The good news is row to go from offense the defense here onto Kenneth Murray. Who started all forty two career games for the Oklahoma sooners now in twenty eighteen? He made twenty eight tackles against army which according to the NCAA record books is the most ever by a college player. Our Own Olympics team also giving you gave him a sixty nine percent chance to become a pro bowler in the NFL. That has the highest rate of any defensive player in this draft class and we know that the chargers wanted him on them and we are locked in on him now. He joins us. What's going on with you chargers guys. You're all bunch of psychics here. Herber said he wanted to be a charger. Eufor predict and you're going to be a first round pick in two thousand seventeen. How do you actually accomplish something like that? Do you just say it out loud? You Vision Board. What's the secret here? Man is just you know. Just just the goal just went out there and working towards it. You Know I. I said that goal in high school and and you know I wrote it down and put it over. You know. Ma Poster boards something seen every day and just continue to to his work at work at it every day in this point and rather than talking the talk and they're walking the walk there so we mentioned here that the chargers traded back into the first round. That actually grab you so they have really high hopes for you. Maybe even playing calls perhaps something that we know that you did in college. So how are you going about getting this playbook down while doing all this virtually and it has been definitely unique Definitely inaugural guys always been extensive about getting getting into the playbook and so for me GonNa Flash Cards on what's not no white boards all around You know shot to study the best way I can and try to get it down as quickly as possible again. 'cause I know in the day on the linebacker caller desens- some players in the NFL. Share that actually like these virtual meetings. Because they're comfortable you know. They're in their house. They're not sitting in a classroom board. Do feel like there's been some advantages where your guys going about your business this way. Well I mean I. I think it's been you know unique in this really. Just trump control we can control almond can do You know I definitely would like to be in on Mason. Going to know my coaches face to face but no. We're not if we do that right now so we have to take the best so. I think we're doing sounds like getting to know each other. It's going to be the big challenge as you guys are just meeting over your phones and hopefully it'll be really fun when you finally get to each other face to face. I WanNa go back to college here you set ncw record. Twenty eight tackles which I researched. Check it again. I'm like Oh shorts twenty eight. That's a Lotta tackles in one game. What the heck did you have for breakfast that day on a normal the normal versus? I pretty much the same thing for every game that game. I I do a war know. It will be a full battle. That's exactly what it was until I I the know what what team again break I in come out with a victory so I'm definitely wanted most from colors all right so you got a pretty tough schedule coming up with the chargers team. You guys got the Bengals Got Kansas City Carolina. You got the box you got the sun exactly an easy schedule So of those teams though that I just listed those first five games. What's that one game that you definitely want to make sure that your family you're very close to they're going to have tickets hopefully by then be able to come and watch you play which one of those games? I mean I'll take every game series looking at the scheduling. The Monday night game versus saints on no plan on Monday night football and so on to get the opportunity definitely again people would. If you have to be on Monday night football pretty good thing around here I can tell you. Speaking of family are really quick. Your family story blew up on the Internet especially when you shared it with Dallas cowboys owner Jerry Jones. That's actually how I learned a lot about you. How much do you think though that momentum and even that moment change the way the League view you as a man I take you know everybody takes account just what I've been through and things like that but it just shows you who I am as a person you know confirms what you see on field on the goddess passionate? I got it at cares for the game of football. Football means everything to you. Know you see that all suits just. It just confirms what you see on tape well. Congratulations on joining the chargers. Congratulations on all your success. And we are all very optimistic and we look forward to when you actually get to meet your teammates in person and hopefully we all get to meet one day to Thanks so much for joining the show. Talk to you soon. Thank you have. Ufc action on Saturday in Jacksonville Main Card here at nine o'clock eastern six o'clock Pacific with the Great Freedom Card starting at six o'clock eastern on. Espn can always check on the ESPN. Never too early guys ever twenty twenty fantasy. Football rankings are set following the NFL draft. So let's look back at the quarterback right kings step by six. Espn fantasies experts. All right so here we go coming in at number one. The reigning VIP e Lamar Jackson. Not only did he set the single season rushing record for quarterback but he had the second most points per any player in a Pr Lee Super Bowl. Mvp Patrick mahomes comes in at number two since becoming a full time starter in two thousand eighteen. His seven hundred and four point one fantasy points are the most common. Qb's then we've got rookie Tyler Murray. He became the six different quarterback in NFL history to throw for thirty five hundred yards and rushed for five hundred in twenty twenty. He's going to have the Andrea happy new weapon along with Larry. Then we got DAK Prescott yet a monster twenty nineteen as he hit career highs in passing passing touchdown to an Qbr. You also ten games at least twenty fantasy points and Shawn Watson number five second points per game last year but he now enters a season without the dre right because he's over in Arizona and that'll be the first time that the Shawn won't have hop in the last four seasons so Patrick Mahomes Twenty. Eighteen seasons ranked bushel timing quarterback fantasy points in a season while Jackson's twenty nine nine campaign ranked second but after those two sounds like we're not too sure. Check out last season's fantasy points per game rankings watching Stafford Russin brees all around that twenty one point Mark Right. So here's our expert to Matthew Berry Daniel Dolphin the fantasies show on. Espn plus with more as they debate. It's like I take care off. The Lamar Jackson show will continue in just continues to be red. Hot All right Matthew Berry Lamar Jackson. Patrick Mahomes are a clear. Top to the debate started three. Who's got your close Dak Prescott at number three? Listen Marie and Josh Allen have tons above Sidon Shawn Watson Russell Wilson? They're always going to be in this rate but for me it's Prescott who last year was actually third and qb fantasy points per game. Oh cool thanks for the history lesson old man. What will happen this year? I'll tell you my root sidekick Dallas Reciting Amari Cooper was huge for DAX value touchdown ever since the cowboys traded for Amari Dak Prescott fancy in terms of total points. And he's fourth in points per game and that's in part. Thanks to Dak. Success throwing downfield last year. Prescott was second among quarterbacks deep completions and third and deep completion percentage and now he adds cd lamb who average over twenty one yards attached last year at Oklahoma and don't forget Dax rushing he style since entering the NFL. Dak Prescott sport in rushing yards among quarterbacks. He has the most rushing touchdowns. I think Twenty Twenty Dak Prescott. We'll have the best season his career and I say we're out of time for this. I hear some other notable quarterbacks outside the top five since two thousand Seventeen Russell Wilson has the most fantasy points among quarterbacks but comes in at number six for the twenty twenty season new division rivals. Tom Brady drew brees. They come in at number eight and ten respectively. A number one overall draft picks. Joe Borough Traffic Joe Borough slides in at number nineteen. Which is the highest among all rookie quarterback? So let's our panel back on screen here. Tim also a fantasy football now. That here How high should be ranked among fantasy quarterbacks now threes probably a little rich for me but I think Matthew Berry makes them cases of you know a case of why he could be there and could have his best year statistically me to to rank him ahead of somebody and some of those names that you mentioned Diana Russell Wilson. I don't know why we would think he would have a worse year that he had a year ago with basically you look at the receiver Corey. He had a year ago going into the season. All those same guys back upgraded their little bit and so Russell Wilson kind of makes everybody better and I do think that there could be a massive bounceback year four. Tom Brady drew brees as well so I probably have them in the top five definitely top ten but three Jeff. How about you? Who You picking. I at quarterback Lamar Jackson our homes. I mean Patrick Mahomes but then again like I'm not the right person asked if you going to cook dinner my wife for Patrick Mahomes patrimony. If you were to ask me who would fix my car. Better the mechanic down the street or Patrick. Mahomes say Patrick Mahomes. So it's no slight to Lamar Jackson. It's just the Patrick Mahomes. Does everything better than anybody on the planet do yeah? I felt that same way about him. Being an analyst today against you so that's good so we're even there. Damian. Lewis ranks near opinion here. Who's too low day? We're slapping the face. Tom Brady Guy who would probably be working with the best weapons that he might have ever had in his career with Mike Evans and Godwin and Franck OJ. How would emigrate Listening Basketball Swan as guilty on a huge this year after I get that and you know speaking of Tom Brady guys his former to Jason and Devin mccourty? They were on get up this morning talking all about this upcoming season what they can expect of course. We know the defense looks the same but the quarterback much different. So what is life at you really going to be like without TV? Twelfth obviously Thomason a huge figurehead in organization's been there twenty years on. It'll just be more veteran guys. You know I think guys like Julian who haven't gone a ton of credit for his leadership. He's a God who will step up guys like James Light. David Andrew Glove been captains. They'll continue to lead on. But I think the biggest thing is we just gotTa be ourselves. We can't try to fill Tom's gap because we can't do that but it'll be a new regime. Annuity embraced have fun. Coming up next sixty jump followed by. I TAKE EXTRA. Jalen and Jacoby Cardinal End around the horn to our sports sportscenter at five o'clock. Pti guys they join the show at five thirty and then we cap today with sportscenter with us VP. Well it's a big day for birthdays. Happy Thirty first now now of Lucca near also happy thirty seventh birthday to Frank Gore now with the New York jets and a happy thirty four to clay matthews who is currently a free agent. So let's celebrate all three of them with rolling back to their best happy thirty first Robbie because here in Super Bowl fifty three yours star made the driving with sled. To the only touchdown in this super bowl patriots would go on to win and have a Frank Gore. Two thousand seven against the rams look to be stopped right on the line here breaks free and that's forty three yards. He goes all the way in for the touchdown. Now a New York jets by the way. That's his fifth team in the NFL. Five teams for him and happy. Thirty Fourth Matthews Super Bowl forty five. Go I play the fourth quarter. Matthews Forces Rashard Mendenhall to fumble and the packers. They're able to recover the ball here with Matthews with the Clutch. Tackle forces it in the packers. They go on to win the super bowl so good stuff have birthday. All three of you guys if now type drawing conclusions as we put a little bit of a bow on any topic in the show where to draw realistic conclusion to topic that we discussed today. So we're kind of problem solvers voice so tim. Let's start with you. He got well. I like this day because Damian communicates the other office of Lineman at Boston College record breaking contract that signs breaking contract right there. See those dollar signs Damian Phenomenal Artwork John Damian. That's way too much work wasting work listening. I'M HOLMES REPEAT TIN BE CHAMPS. Listen in a trend. Can all season where things are crazy? I'm born with the team. Has the best for the best quarterback when the best and it seemed virtually intact. I liked chances repeating the Patriots Mahomes Church twenty five in September. That's a lot there. What about you Geoffrey? I would tell you that my five year old drew this but that would be an insult to my five year old. I am not a good artist. I don't even know if you could tell with this is God is Gronk. Spiking the football And I believe that Gronk will be the twenty twenty comeback player of the year. This is a no brainer. Gronk is coming back with a vengeance combined with you all right. Well the birthday boy. You think he's going to have a good season. Last year's Comeback Player of the Year Ryan Tannehill Bill with Daniel Jones in the giants are going to win the NFC east. I'm going to cry myself as the best artists of this group. Sorry Tim good predictions for all. Of course I wish we could solve those problems guys. Nfl We'll see all to our thanks for hanging with us.
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The Ghost Train - Luna Park Pt 1
"In this episode we venture to the beautiful sydney harbour foreshore. This story takes place in a fairground nestled under the hop bridge cold luna park which opened in one thousand nine hundred thirty six. I'm yanna writer. Alex malone welcome to fairgrounds. The goodson family had enjoyed a big day out. They had taken in. Toronto puck sue and finishing off their sydney trip with an evening at luna park which is another jewel among sydney. Harbour's any attraction after fun field night. They had four tickets left. Should they go home or should they use up those tickets on one last ride. The ghost trained beckoned an hour later. The glow of the fire could be seen all around the haba fire. Engines screen down. The road and firefighters attacked the flames of the burning ghost train at sydney's luna park the fire and hate was so intense that they had to pull back. The water pressure was too low so they had to pipe up salt water out of sydney harbour through the hoses. Two goals had already been saved by pocket tendons. But the file was hot as hell. No one else could enter the smoke and flame field goals. Train parents ran everywhere looking for their loved. Ones black smoke plumed into the win tonight. Sky sydney harbour is to have three icons that stand out to any resident opposita. The sales of the upper house coat hanger of the sydney harbour bridge and the laughing face of the clown mocking gateway to luna park lou. Nepal colds a special place in the hearts of many sydneysiders. We know it's not the best fun park in the world. We know it's not the most original and you'll have a vague notion that melbourne has luna park as well. But it's a house it may not be disneyland. The years old. The children of sydney had outside of episode of skippy. The bush kangaroo and a local shoot for the dolph lundgren version of marbles the punish it had no international impact. Australia's wonderland was cooler in its day but that puck is long since gone sold off to malaysian property developers and turned into a storage facility. Luna park is a survivor and we love the place for it positioned on great a prime real estate right on the edge of the northern tip of sydney haba the giant clown face mocks and ironic depiction of a once glorified symbol of australian huma. Any passenger by ship to security sees the great white clown. Great them with an enormous smile a smile that invites you to into that mouth. That now is the entrance to luna park. Sydney's most famous amusement park and mainstay since the nineteen thirties albeit one with a long storied history of closures of a whole protests roles and terrible tragedy along the way the site located on the shore along the northern end of the sydney harbour bridge was originally farmland. But in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty four was taken over by large workshops and storerooms housing. The equipment used to build the sydney harbour bridge in the thirties. A gentleman named herman phillips turn the area into the first iteration tion of luna park opening in nineteen thirty five. The new attraction was based on the amusement park of the same name at coney island new york and mimicked earlier versions in australia set up in melbourne in nineteen twelve and glendale adelaide in nineteen thirty. The botton was an artist in residence from nineteen thirty five to nineteen seventy in the fifties. He designed a happy entrance face which became the iconic symbol in the past luna park. Had a more romantic vibe than it does today and was really a place for young adults not small children during world war two. It was a popular destination particularly for servicemen despite the neon lights that had to be dimmed so as not to risk drawing the attention of invading japanese aero or forces this popularity drew prostitutes to the area and fights were commonplace. Especially between american troops and local servicemen when its construction was proposed in nineteen thirty three one. Reverend caldo feared there would be nightly orgies there which could not be checked no such luck but not as crazy affairs at sounds now. The face shaped entrance was likely inspired by peruvian. Hell where people entered through the mouth of a red-faced devil. Catching the train to milton's point and walking down the hill to luna park builds the anticipation prior to nineteen seventy-two luna park would close for three months of the year apprentice use those three months to maintain the talk with a new kind of paint checking mechanics of rides and replacing pots. Post nineteen seventy two. The park open all year round taking away that crucial maintenance period by the time nineteen seventy-nine rolled around a lot of the rods. Close to forty years old. The ghost train was one of the fairgrounds. Most popular rides punches sat and small. 'cause shape like train engines and would transported through a disorientating pitch black space where they were assailed by terror. Inducing sights and sounds the stop on the lunar pot. Ghost train line was called hell's wrong away station on june nine. Nineteen nine john damian and cry goodson walk through the mouth of the laughing clowns entrance with excitement. Jenny poidevin formerly jennifer hudson bills. That destiny was play on the night of june ninth. Nineteen seventy nine. I was just standing at the door of coney island and all of a sudden i got. This thought that. I wanted an ice cream. It was just the most bizarre thing. I asked the boys if they wanted an ice cream and they said no so off they went with their father and that was that i didn't meet them there. They were gone. John and his two sons step through the gate. They took their seats on the train behind. A group of young people from waverley college a school only a short drive east from luna pock. The boys from waverley college were on an excursion organized by the school. It was a decent crowd at the park that night and for the ride itself thirty five people boarded the train and settled themselves in for the thrill to begin. The safety restraints locked in place at ten pause ten pm and the train entered through the horthy doors into the dark tunnel beyond at ten fifteen pm students. Seated in the front car of the ghost train began to shift in their seats craning the knicks around to see behind them glancing to the ceiling with puzzled expressions on their faces. Does anyone else smell smoke. Unease seem to ripple back through the train and soon enough. All passengers were catching the scent of smoke and anxiously trying to trace it to the source standing at the exit to the ride pox. Often security had no such confusion. Thick black smoke began to pull out of the doors. The fire emanated from the center of the ghost. Train complex the passages cupboards that house the electrical wiring and allow the maintenance access. The passages had no idea of this they will only aware of the thickening smoke filling the corridors of the ride and the creasing hate that began to accompany it. People began calling out help though it's unclear if any of their cries reached the intending staff who seemed frozen panic at the unfolding disaster through it. All the ride didn't stop. The train kept moving forward. This proves too much. John carlson with visibility getting worse by the second the smoke making it harder and harder to breathe. What was the likelihood of anyone actually being able to come to the rescue. The best chance to survive was to find their own way out forcing open the restraints. On his train. cau-. John gathered his two sons and climbed over the side taking them by the hands and setting out on foot for the emergency exit alerted by the noise. They made the four students. Seated in the car. Ahead of the godson's turn to see what they were doing. It is not known whether john encourage them to follow him or not. But he's determination must have made the boys jonathon billings richard carroll michael johnson and shame for healy confident enough to follow them climbing over the side of the still moving ghost train. They set off to followed god's direction at least the direction. They thought they saw them. Go when jenny guston might hawaii over to the ghost train. Shortly after with an ice cream in her hand she was met with a terrifying sight of smoke. Pouring out of the ride her entire family had just entered by this time someone had snapped the staff to their senses and is trying to make up for the earliest frozen panic. A flurry of activity ensued emergency services. Contacted while the ride attendants did their best to keep the gathering crowd of onlookers at a safe distance team members were dispatched to bring the puck firehose. While a handful discussed the possibility of going in when the inexperienced staff arrived with the nearest hose. The crowd looked on in disbelief. As a wake stream of water bailey managed to clear the roof of the ghost train. These efforts would not be abandoned before the sydney fire department arrived on the scene. But it was clear that the pox fire suppression system was totally inadequate to combat the growing blaze. It is possible that it contributed to the protection of the neighboring rides. The river caves and the rollercoaster. The big dipper which came through the event miraculously unscathed inexplicably. The mechanical workings of the ride never filed in spite of the damage caused by the fire and soon enough train. 'cause began to burst through the doors accompanied by massive plumes of smoke ascending into the night sky. By this point the fire had spread throughout the whole interior of the complex and passengers. Recall the fear that they may not reach the end of the line. 'cause breaching the interior sets of dole's with greeted with wolves aflame full meters high as each car emerged from the exit. Staff members rushed to assist the weak and disorientated passengers any bodily lifted and carried from the bride to a clearing where they could cover h cau- through was met with a cheer from onlookers. As more and more people drew fresh air into their lungs but seven passengers were unaccounted for. Upon arriving sydney fire crews soon took command of the situation an often fighting the fire for twenty five minutes. The brave firefighters stormed the infinia with the blaze and smoke still making it difficult to see. They only had one option. Follow the tracks taking no chances. They scoured the interior for any signs of life. All the while the fight against the blaze continued outside. Jenny godson was waiting in a days for any word on what had happened to her family and the fire was down to smoldering embers. The fire teams were able to access more areas of the ghost. Train complex medically following each cardo and path. They came to the grim discoveries of two clusters of bodies. The godson's huddled together in one tunnel. Father john draped. Over his boys. Damian and craig as if trying to shield them from the suffocating smoke and the group of school friends from waverley college also found huddled together. It became clear that after abandoning the train. 'cause to reach safety. They lost their way in the dog tragically. If they had stayed on the train they would have survived. Standing at the forefront of the crowd. Jenny goodson became desperate. She tried to attract the attention of five crew members who are too preoccupied with keeping the fire control to spare moment. Finally she found an attentive staff. Member brought her to the recovery area and promised to find someone who could help her each car that made its way out of the blaze that did not carry. Her family deepened the sense of dread and threatened to engulf her. She was so focused on the doors hoping against hope for one more car to come through that she didn't notice when staff members brought a young man to wait beside her. Jason hallman was a fellow student at waverley college and had been enjoying his. Are night at the park with friends. Jonathan richard michael chambers. Although jason had been seated directly behind his four school friends he had not join them when they left the train. Car to follow the gods two days to fully grasp the situation. Jason had no idea that the woman beside him had just lost her entire family years later when looking back on that night and the moment that a distressed firefighter informed her of the tragic fate of her family. Jenny remembered the comforting presence at her side. I wanted to stay there. And i remember someone standing beside me and until a few years ago i didn't realize who that was but it ended up being jason in the months and years that followed the pair ended up becoming lifelong friends bonded over a tragedy that others would have difficulty understanding jenny these days. Jenny poidevin cherishes the connection with another survivor of that night. More than just common circumstance jenny. Jason saint connected by shared emotional scars. That came down to the simplist almost inexplicable of choices. We sort of had survivor's guilt wear here. And they're all not that still haunts both of us today. It's just something that doesn't leave you. You lend to live with it but those sorts of feelings there night and you so it doesn't go away. Jason could not explain why he remained in his seat while his friends attempted to find their own way to safety anymore than jenny could explain the sudden craving for ice cream that led her away from the ride that night a craving she had almost never reinstate before after years spent wrestling with the pain and loss. Jason jenny have never been offered an adequate for the fire the her pot jenny believes the fact that she and jason survived. That night is attributed to one thing. It was meant to be. She said part. Two of the story will continue next episode as we look at the mysterious circumstances of the fire. I'm alex malone and this has been fairground. umass odes a fairground. Fuck ups released every monday. This podcast was produced by piccolo podcasts. We make branded podcast for local businesses oil companies and produce our original shows. If you want to learn more about people podcasts or thinking of starting your own show head to our website. Peak podcasts dot com dot. 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Earl Thomas is in Hot Water and Should Facilities Open Early?
"Back to arguably the best podcasts. At is podcast on the interwebs friends. It is time again us to enjoy some time together on the girl Sean. Hitting you up with the latest ingredients in the sports world whether it's football or basketball I off. Rip Don Shula. The winningest coach in history. The dolphins to the Seventeen Combo forgotten. The Guy said the record years and years ago and it still hasn't been been. I mean the Carolina. Panthers came pretty close that one year but still has been beaten. Amazing person you will definitely be. Rip Outside of that. There actually is a little bit more tragedy going one. If you guys have heard some time this morning Earl Thomas. The third has been involved in a domestic violence incident with his wife. Now I know that there is coming out and out of courtesy because he dade requested media stay out of the story I will not be actively following the story manner until or whatever comes out if anything significant regarding his time at the. Nfl does come up. We'll be talking to and I will go into exactly wide in a second so I again of courtesy. I'm really not going into the incident however is commonly now known everybody earl. Thomas is the victim in this incident. Did Nothing Violence Award. It is elated. He did something but you know a guys won't find out about that pours teens. E- Has it. You know they're on the story whether or not on the store you're not outside of it. This is a reoccurring issue. I strongly advise saints. Who probably removed himself from their relationship regardless of his emotional ties and forest motionless fezzet and regarding investigate abusive relationships should not be disregarded. They're one of the main reasons that people do go back domestic abuse relationships. It is an ongoing situation would advise him definitely. I'm not as I can't do but for him to not to continue in that relationship however there might be a potential issue with the NFL going forward Particularly with the Ravens a dad taken Grad their no-tolerance stance towards any domestic violence cases following the domestic violence case will bring price of Mighty Seen Points Shit. Dang their hit against the elevator. Bryce some. You're GonNa know what happened there. So I'm not quite sure what the Ravens intend on doing. And the whole situation because he is the victim versus revised being the aggressor. I don't really know like we have any real cases. I really continue but cases where the person was. The athlete was victim in a domestic violence case so as far as I know there remain charges so then it may not end up. Being really mapping it may be something see how that pans out regarding him in the NFL his relationship with the NFL whether or not it will change. We all know that the NFL can be finicky. About anything. Legal Goeke players. They'll stop down unto the mighty domestically using but if somebody murders somebody. Nfl Athlete the NFL will do little to nothing about it. So y'all know how the NFL soul. I'm going tainted into what the NFL will be doing. In regards to earl timeless but in the personal issues that will not be following that so guys just keep that in mind. Andy Dalton actually has some good news to try to change this a little bit up. He has a through dollar bill. The Dallas cowboys now. I've heard a lot of conspiracies about what this potentially could mean for not as Dalton but Dak Prescott ended Dallas cowboys. Now for everything from this is an insurance more from the cowboys. Also to the white man helping out of the white man out there. There are a lot of theories on why the Dallas Cowboys decided to pick up. Amy Dalton. Here's my take on it. It's kind of a mutual. Everybody Kinda wins kind of situation so those gets a chance to prove that he was actually a good quarterback in Cincinnati. He didn't really have that many great offensive resources outside of Lae Michael Crabtree. Ag Green. So this is chance to really proved he was actually. He's actually a good quarterback. I mean as like what like a one year deal. So he's really going to have to make on that so he's GonNa Change potentially lead to prove that he is a good guy or somebody else potentially a good backup. Can't really see him. You know return to the starting position outside of this. I don't really see any place that he could go. But the season is hasn't even started so anything can happen. Injuries had the whole time so he could be playing the smarter move. He this on my opinion this is like an Iq. Three hundred move Anyone anything can happen this year and he can immediately just requested the tree. And Hey somebody gets is the contract for three million dollars. They starting quarterback which at that price. That's unbeatable. You can't even get a for that price so get his experience. Which is another thing. He is saying that this is going to be an interesting second half of his career which I agree for the most part of his career. It's been pretty Pretty Mundane no like real news around date so look this is probably the most amount of press that he has received a long time since entering the League Also the cowboys kind of when they get a great. Becca quarterback guys pretty decent stats. He's not the greatest definitely nowhere near the worst. So you get somebody who is will for great price and with decent stats now. There's another reason this actually works for the cowboys. In it's in the whole thing with Dak Prescott now. A lot of people are trying to say. Oh well thank is not getting paid. And I'M GONNA get into it in a second. But the whole thing is basically Prescott is holding his success. If Prescott does continue to choose to not to sign the franchise tag and to you know keep trying to work something out which. I'm assuming that he will. We are going into the facilities opening up soon. I believe that he said the facilities will be start opening around the next two weeks so assuming that he's going to continue this of into practice workouts facilities opening up. This may be for the cowboys. Just a halfway decent quarterback around some pretty good offensive. Says it's not like he's the worst quarterback out there again so they're gonNA get somebody pretty decent for a good price. They're not paying too much. Warmth REMAIN DOLLARS. Pretty quick job. So here's this whole thing about It's a it's a the whole. Everybody wound the Black Card talking about how Dalton got P. Quicker Than Dead Prescott first of all and the oil sit down because this was one of those things and I'm not trying to defend the NFL when see that they're not very subtly races at time sometimes races. Here's the thing. This is not one of those cases and the reason that I say that this is not one of those cases. If that was the case why did James Winston almost immediately get a contract? That's the problem with it trying to say that Prescott is being held hostage by the cowboys. As not the case at all in is probably the other way around the cowboys being held hostage by Dak Prescott because he is refusing to sign the franchise deal. He's gaining a guarantee light would link. I think last time was like three or four million dollars on talk of whatever agreement. They reached regarding his contract. So it's not like he can't get paid he's GonNa get paid at some point. Regardless of course the franchise say he has to sign it if he doesn't sightings not going to get paid so the only person stopping his again is dead got so please melt. Foolishness there Now people do drug Peres between came Newton Don situation. I can't speak on that. Because here's the thing Dalton decided. He was going to be a BECCA right. Noon has come out and said that he does not want to be BECCA. That's totally different situation now. If both Dalton and Newton said don't WANNA be backups. Then I then I could see that equivalency but there's no cooling to draw dear don't realize strength saying he realizes the strength in this league leaves particularly strong especially offensively so. I highly doubt that they're going to find somebody who can't replace Newton so it's hard and then on top of that. There were some rumors going around saying that Newton may go to the Patriots highly. Doubted that the minute that I heard it just knowing his style doesn't fit with how the Patriots go especially Bill Belichick and Bill. Belichick doesn't like that nonsense and Cam. Newton does come lot of nonsense so I highly doubt de jump and I'm like I said they said that they're not interested. They are gonNA keep their backup as their starters. This is not gonNA work out for him rule. He's going to end up with. We don't know Of course freeze much over. So that's I think it's probably not going to happen now. Something might happen towards the middle of the year towards the end of the year. He might get like. I don't know quick contract a quick deal. Maybe we'll cut something quick but Again a lot of people are hesitating mostly because of the fact that The dude is very injury prone and I mean it's not like he's a young guy injury he's older guy injury prone and he's not as good as used to be so. There are a lot of cons. They come with getting Cam. Newton not saying that he's not a good quarterback is excellent quarterback but there are a lot of risk in wall that he may be asking for too much money knowing all of the risk that is involved in taking on can't so but that being said in addition to the NFL opening up their training facilities in the beginning of the season within the next two lease. 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We still have no official word on whether or not the season has ended of course with the practice facilities opening up. That could just mean that we are going to be looking at some type of resumption of the season. But they're going to be doing towards that. I really have no idea. It's been pretty hush mouth so far I think one of the potential plans is that they just plain to summer. They start the playoffs right away. Basil everybody's current standings. They may resume the season. Where like blurb thing we were about twenty games away from doing the play offs. Oh really I don't know you don't know so we're all kind of sitting on our thumbs here waiting to see what they're gonNA do. But I do feel some type away about this whole practice facilities opening up for both the NFL and the NBA. And the thing is right now. There's a whole endemic going on. It has basically just started signs of slowing. There's no signs of stopping anywhere within the United States. There's small signs of slowing small an incremental signs of slow it and just saw the words this morning particularly within hospital areas. Of course you know then your most of the eastern seaboard. There's just not enough for me if I was in anti-takeover position to decide okay. Well I'm going to wait two weeks and then I'm gonNA open up practice. Believe there is just too much risk and I definitely do agree with Mark Cuban on this he said that the chances of an asymmetric player coming on and then potentially passing it onto players. Who made me cinematic is just too great. I totally agree. Not on top of that. There may be people eysenck demanding that the play is my come in contact with you. GotTa think about it Of course he's printers. They involve Trainers a lot of people who help these players because obviously they don't know what they're doing and if you don't think that I don't know what they're doing should probably check out the video on our twitter of Lonzo ball calling himself training on what he was doing is getting ready for an injury But I'll jokes. Aside is just too soon if anything if our with him I would probably two weeks and then decide whether or not I would open up apprentice. Say Okay we'll it's just one size slowing down. Let's open up the price resuming. But that's my larger problem with a lot of businesses around this time they're trying to open up. They're like okay. Well we gotta make money and I completely understand. Look I'm trying to make money too but at the same time it's like what? What level of risk are you willing to take? Are you comfortable with? And this is not the kind of risk like Oh we're GONNA lose a couple of thousand bucks a couple of million dollars. No YOU'RE GONNA lose somebody's life. This is not the regular kind of risks. That businesses are necessarily used to dealing with technically. They shouldn't have deal with that but unfortunately this is the case Of course with business is always risks. And you have to be comfortable with a certain level of risk and I completely understand that again. The problem is the risk is human lies. How many players are you willing to potentially lose to this disease for union to continue to make money off of the NBA? And that's not a question I can necessarily answer for 'em silver. That is a question that he has to ask himself and by what he's doing he feels comfortable enough with potentially losing a couple lives so we'll be paying attention to that Continuing on is listen. John Van Clowney situation. Even guys haven't been paying attention on Don Danillon Crowley has been a little bit of a standoff with the Seattle seahawks. I'm not quite sure why he's even doing this. I guess he's assuming that you know. He's proved his birth with three sacks last year so unfortunately I mean he is a great guy regarding his defense but he's definitely not worth paying any more than got paid last year so he's kind of one a little bit stalemate we're not quite sure what he's doing there so he was trying to blow out the Seattle seahawks paying him more. Or He's not gonNA sign it's not gonNA sign any contract Of course the Seattle seahawks have called his bluff in right now. Cloudy is technically out of a job. Had this type of training video for other places as well as Seattle seahawks to show that he's healthy. He has recovered from his injury mashed year. Now the biggest problem is unfortunately he's trying to board game. Maybe helping now but the question is can you stay healthy and I think that a lot of these players are thinking about situations they did. Yes you are healthy. Now yes your excellent now. Yes you can do. It now believed to be able to do it later. How long will you potentially be sideline? How long were you on the injured reserve and ended up essentially paying for dead money and not having the caliber of personnel. But I thought that I was going to have but unfortunately you're injured so I'm going to deal with second best and that's something that again these players on thinking about and I understand You know you under that. You think that you're helping you think that you know you're going to be able to stay healthy forever but unfortunately especially within the NFL people get injured and injuries. The older you get they sideline you longer and longer And John Damian not no spring chicken so he will definitely be out for a considerable amount of time if he has entered again so the question is will he humbled himself enough to realize. This is definitely an issue with him is a risk but it's not a risk that they're unwilling take the Seattle has said that they're willing to take John. Deviant back on is not an issue for them. Their biggest issue is dealing with the uncertainty that he brings all on and how much money then you brings. He that he wants if he can somehow lower price tag is something that is considerably A little bit more pros and cons to deal with the risk of having been. Hey definitely probably sign him because they said that they have an open door policy for so again that being said we'll be paying attention to that. We're GONNA be seeing how that works out for him Guides it's going to be a pretty short episode. I'M NOT GONNA lie to you. Guys not too much has been going on. Of course you guys should be paying attention. I believe. Nfl teams have just started dropping their schedules. I know somebody who's schedule at two PM for the Carolina Panthers. They're going to be dropping their schedule at eight PM. So we're going to be even some library actions on our twitter. Make sure that you follow us on twitter and that is at at. Id K forecast again at on his Gorkhas. Make sure you follows on a tourist and get those lie reactions of the NFL schedule now There is a little bit of rumor going around at the first four weeks is going to be. Nfc BURS AFC. So we're going to see whether or not that actually happens. That should actually be pretty interesting. a little bit more than we're used to dealing with ticket with different conferences matching towards each other. It's typically like maybe like one or two weeks so we're going to see what's going to happen with the schedules with these. Schedules are looking like who's going to be having a hard time. I'm praying at the. Can't we'll find some place to go for the panthers? I'm hoping that we can have a somewhat challenging with somewhat schedule being on a lot of new people so we want to give them a little bit of a taste of the NFL. But we don't let it to be too difficult for it to be a hard way for us it. Potentially we get to the playoffs playoffs issue. I can't necessarily say for certain because like I said it's a lot a lot of new people so I can't necessarily save it. I wish I could because that would definitely make minded. That would definitely day. Unfortunately we're just going to wait and see that Seattle so until then guys stay safe washer hands and make sure that you take care yourself in their family all right. I will check in with you guys next week on Thursday at six. Make sure that you tell your friends about this podcast in. Hey don't forget about our pod fan page you can go to pod Dan Slash. Ibj case we'll have all episodes of loaded on the aim for two ninety nine a month. You can listen to all episodes re post. We're going to be any a micro cast so we're going ending up. Podcast onto the podcast. You're going to be able to hear my sincere thoughts two minutes or less. Hey I think it's a whole lot that you're getting all right getting your favorite podcast episodes. 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So because I'm on twitter page every week right net so eight hoops you so much to follow us on twitter feed so and they're probably going to be member updates on that as well so again twitter. Make sure that she go to our website. Because you're gonNA find out about this if if your kitchen the highlights again guys all right. I can't wait to see you guys again next week at six. So many great things going on one so I will see you guys again next week peace out.
#236 Virtual Superfriend Celebration June 11-13
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That lovely man with the ear to add shaved his beard sadly time but i do have a fun replacement. I'd like to welcome back. Our good. Fred kelly l. Hi are you doing. I am doing well i am all right. We're excited here today. Talk about a special event. That's coming up. We had done one previously. We did a super friends virtual comment and there's another one around and this one. I'm pretty stoked or i mean. Even if i wasn't part of things. I would be stoke as it is. So i'm by the kelly back talk about it and we're gonna go from there but according to the virtual con. What's wrong with you belly. All i've been busy. It's been a really fun ear. So i've been doing my drunk but at a little bit on the backboard as i. Don't i ask for a different show. This earl bach s now. Dan is the guy who had it all up. So we're on youtube. I'll send you the link. And what i'm doing or it is. I'm doing this little five comic reviews if called back breakfast a address as play every. 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That's awesome be fun to check out definitely put that show notes sport that but yet the the black widow movie is like i cost feeling towards wonder woman nine hundred eighty four. I felt by the time we got it all the hype just guide or it just seems kinda like that moment had passed the excitement like the promotional engine the merch all that had already like calm and already like on sale and like the on so sad. And you know it's like i'm like with black. What are they kept trying. You know to to put it back. Open it back just like now. They're trying to ramp back up. It's like man. Like i'm excited because at the same time it's like i don't know you just kind of in. It's it's always weird like the fact that it's a middle and a movie you know of. I say i love life. Puerto never been at and i really want eight and i mean i was excited because it's another. Mcu film and her supporting cast is great but the same time. It's like if you had done this in the chronological order. It would have been better because now like it's i don't i don't i don't feel big over revisiting. Her as a took my emotions when she died in sacrificed in endgame spoiler year old movie. And now you're like. Oh hey susan adventure. You guys missed out on okay. That's cool. But i don't wanna be jumping around in time the app. It's one thing when you do like a captain marvel where it's a brand new character and you brew her like in a four events of iron man but i don't wanna be like sitting there like all right. This new movie takes place between these movies that were released six years ago. Five years whatever. And you're like okay. Character we know is Marvel pat this aim. Because you don't die horribly it was. It was all news the introduction. Just like i mean in a sense you think. Kind of like with took siri captain america. When they did movie we'd already gotten several movies into the mcu intently. His move was a flashback. Movie and at work. And i just don't be like trying to play. When does this take place. We already with the tv series which are basically longer movies. They burned is knee plus. They're moving the story forward. Pass in game. We had our one in game film. And now it's like a lips. Take a movie and go backwards. And i i just. I don't know it's supposed to be. It's supposed to set up stuff. Like i guess there was things in it. That was gonna come back around you know. In america. winter soldier arming. Alkan started talking. Winter soldier ended up american winter soldier. Whatever but it i mean i get it but at the same time. It's if you really want me to care about these errors. Don't jump backwards. Because then it makes their best filch agreed. You know it's like if all of a sudden you gave me an ironman film that takes place. I don't know how about right after iron man three threes. The most ridiculous movie in the entire. Mcu here's the thing with that movie. Nothing that happens. That movie matters because his whole art in that movie as soon as you start avengers to wipe away it's white way and then here's the here's the one that got me. The most and i hate that. Someone pointed this out to me that i pick up on it. Extremists whole thing was about repairing tissue and tony supposedly cracked the code. Right say pepperoni. Weren't that would help. Rhody instead of metal legs when just abraham extremists. You know what i'm saying right. I think i think everyone on a aaron man that arab and then and then they were like okay. We screwed up the mandarin a short film. It you know. But i miss those. Nca new short films like a. What was it called the colson. When the funny thing happened on the way to thors hammer and sad those are available. I agree with you. I think those will be awesome on disney plus. I think it was just something fun to look forward to when you purchase the home content. You know however you purchased it. I knew short so especially like this. Rebuilt of mcu of like now that it's passed all of our big Busily our going to build new stuff up but on other say about black widow was kind of falls into those rules. Like john have been started watching star wars over. My wife is amazing. She said they do something i said. All right she started star wars. Start from the beginning. Go through all of them. Right woman and i'm like you know the thing about prequel when you make is you're you're stuck certain things that stick you like a more watching these scenes in and we're just talking. I'm like okay. You look at this. There's no tension here because you know. Ob wanna say he can't die here. He can't get injured bro. Bad air because he's gonna be okay down here so same thing with. We're watching attack of the clones. All three of these pictures are safe. I'm like she has to earth guys number four. All of them are safe. Like there's no tension for those who have already seen the other films now. If you're watching them you know you don't have no knowledge. You're watching them straight. It worked but that's the traps followed when you go back and try to do prequels at but anyways that's just our engine or today that's cool. That's a cool. I think that's one thing that jeans and i know you're welcome. We do review the amish but sometimes we get behind it. Oh because now we have two shows that we're kind of going around the same time to review used to just have one no and then we catch up on comic than do that now. We have assistant. City like super bowl is getting a break now. And then superman lowest started getting and that's gonna finish out. I think it's gonna run to almost. I'm going to guess about august because in august is when super returns. And then you know they're gonna finish out her series so we have a super show running almost the entire year his alive for you guys but at aiding i mean it is superfan weird just because we're so used to how tv like starts and stops in the have like your shows over the summer. That's always in dc universe would you. They started moving their stuff. Titans starts to get in july dowie's like this continual run if something so that. That's whom interesting but speaking of superman and lois. I've been watching. I am behind. But i have been. What like as beer big bowl. It's it's all ville Exactly and that's why. I have like i've said this before many times. It's like you know. I love watching lows in clark when i was younger. And then it's still a great Feel-good superman showed but in the background. But then i started smallville. When i was in high school when smallville went off the air john i had just gotten married. We've been married like two months ago to re up to three months somewhere right around there when it went off the air so i finished high. School did college other things and then got married with with the show. Him the background of my life. Now flash forward to this new superman series where he's married and has kids in his father and i've been married for ten years right bay five and we have children. You know it's like it's like. I'm connected to my character and yeah and it's like pu. I mean yeah. His kids are teenagers on the show but can't have everything. Perfect right with only salman is. Six and sailors has turned for minor. Eleven my daughter. Actually she sixty a. I'm thoroughly spirit. When she saw la. I look at her like a rat near after finger. Buckle up in a way good times the parent but at the same time like the comic. They did superman and lois in the whole When you call it Lois and clark dan jerkins Same words just flip in rebirth inc. Convergence all happen around the same time. Sarma was born so technically in the comics. John born the same year salomon bus hall. So rebirth hit. You know the year salmon one. So it's like i'm reading. You know superman and i'm reading this story about screen as bad as i'm entering being a dad so it was always like really help. Thrill me back into the books. There's like Yes sweet but the show has been great. I mean my only fear on a is just eventually all under some of the cw traps at you know that. And i don't wanna be one of those people who are like They're doing this. You saw this on. Smallville are we saw this over like okay. It's still the same error. There are similar experiences in their story. Arcs of We're old enough now that we can reference previous incarnations are edgar on tv too. It's funny and you know it just like the first two episodes felt like a movie a made for tv movie almost but then when they bruin the captain luther stuff at the. That's when i felt seed up. That's yeah that's when to me. It felt tb for that back in there. Yeah but it it. An interesting are by. Theft is a Gw w like much as we love him. I feel like they've gotten to where they have their 'isms yeah you know who will also have been reading oh But he's a quest coast center put other tallied and i read black widow disappoint at impact. Haute oh my god. Yeah and then. I picked up darwin that and other l. I just i just recently read that. I bought that on sale digitally. I don't really like the by digital That one's been so hard to find in. Ever since matt ruse listed as a inspiration or his bat film affect the prices jump in physical print so when they do this sale and digital. I was like omni. Check that up. If i'm not an but it. Yeah i started with that though. I've been ego the ego story the black or rest. I know i. I think sometimes he gets forgotten as a writer. You just you know. When when i hear darwin like i think maybe this for many people. Maybe not immediately think of new frontier. That's just where i jumped to and there's a lot more they didn't contributed that i think gets lost in overlook. That's why i didn't want to review friend right away for his. They can find a late other thing that bite l. or might think about also i'm trying to with what i'm trying to do with mazars. Bank make might be air but my at a word comebacks five done a lot of like era of lake there. One as don. Juan beating at the point dump on even though that's not the best back bat areas But and then i did wonder woman the legend of one. That's another one. Where like if you wanna start somewhere. Wonder woman. I don't know where to start that handle like read a lot of stuff and you'll have a pet. If people are really eric airy intimate oh it is. And that's i mean. People argue about the new to help a lot of people get back into it because it was a basic starting again. I mean like what you're saying if someone asks me like a superman story or something to read. And they're like i need a point always reference The earth one books yet because there's three of them are all great and read one and by two thousand or if you like you have the two others their self contained. You don't have to have a lot of background knowledge. You don't have to jump in and try to figure out where you are in the overall story. And i liked those self contained or even like right now if if you haven't read the superman red and blue book in biology boats were. They're all made the short stories. They're great if you just want something like air to read because it's it's daunting To try to jump in somewhere to find that of where can i start. And and there's going nowhere to very spending a lot of money and right and that's why i love trades of self contained stories. James and i are about to finish up here become it a little bit longer because we're going to be the movie review with our friends from the last sons of ripped on a bike. The all star superman in. It's it's been interesting just dissecting it on its so well revered but how much i don't like kit that unite discussing of the lowest. A things in it. I liked but to me. I'm like this over right. I'm like this is moreover rated to me then a lot of other things artworks beautiful. The one thing i like about that for a president with black and like as i think so and like barricading. They also like you stumbled and whenever you protecting getting electrocuted in earlier he bumps into a guy and protects him from A train that overhead off. You hit me. That's like that's fun stuff. That's in there and then of course later there's the big scene of 'em helping the suicidal which epic that overall kills me on personified online for this by just knowing him off the edit. It out just seems like when people like oh. What's the sumer story. All this one. And i would much rather recommend a superman for all seasons all star superman and superman birth rate at at my to i mean. I have like a file that i wrote. If you were going to reboot sabrina film or anything. I think the beginning of birth rate is the place to start like the first half. Where i i love the park. You know africa and all that stuff that they'd be with their The whole book. Let me wrong. But a really loved the beginning of that i think the latter has been done with the whole big invasion. Even those other spin on you know like this week. I forgot that the kids. I had watched the superman manner tomorrow without her. And we watch the new one together the justice society world war two it. We'll watch that as a family together. And i got all excited because it had the connection of superman acres spoiler for anyone watch the ed and i was off. We're talking you haven't watched it so we watched that one and she really liked man tomorrow and we were talking about how like a different approach of it was a smaller superman story scale and just like the way the character was done was really well. We didn't have to have this huge. Like big invasion superman seeing i while that it remained a the only thing that i wish they had like parasite rudy inning set of stumps when you start turning more intellectual godzilla. That was weird choice. Yeah anyways that's just aniston phone chitchat. But we got this thing going on this. Super virtual celebration event yet earth does Friends celebrate though it june. eleven thirty. And we're going to be livestream on a well basically we're gonna live streaming as facebook event aid and also room by animal though you with that panel don't out and it is owned by fine and the air a payday i am and i'm gonna read off the guest list. We got a. I have some pretty l. At umass at a new bern who maybe best known for father of the bride but you know him as to an also and osbert but i empty and if i'm not mistaken he was also the voice of superman when they did look it up. Right now Super members the elite. Which i did not like the animation on superman himself love that yes he did a repes- they got all all the back. I mean the is done. It's so much item to you. And i get to interview him and i'm Close blink obviously a in exactly as addresses superman as it do that as it is anyways almost daily. But i gotta i love when they did sign when they did in the comics were super dislike. Wars superman t shirt jeans. I basically was cost by every day in my life to work on. Wake up as you mentioned pyrite playing. Press the tab you want. Try that my mom just looking macau stupid in all right the other guests being had he'd pick peter. I hope a prom repairs though and for recently voices that and batman the brave and the bold and the batman the burden of meat. Scooby doo with. We were watching last night as a family. And i said oh she yeah. Kelly got dietrich baiter for the conn and she looks to me. He goes what retarded. Yeah i it and then we have been a earlier. She question to ask her. We interviewed her because first of all she was creepiest I know my question is. I must say on. Here's the oscar was in the movie trick or treat but she is arta. I've i've watched it enough. And i haven't always caught it but she's supposed to be in the seen as one of the female where wolves in the woods is. I read that. I want to ask her what she's supposed to be a wearable spoiled. You never snap movie totally that earth. I mean if the movie's over a year old. I think oil okay. It's been ten bus but also she was. Dolores irby in like meet first place. I saw. who'll show that. As another smallville on it tell him blue ooh took those who have no idea what. I'm talking about it. Up and then we have a emperors go plaza both chose he played author and fellow in theory tone facto at bytedance and then. His character panicking. You'd in the that'd be the fast and basically owed air air local. They've done that. Like i know he made the old show like them than by tolerant. The multi-diverse it really makes it were but it's just neat because well i guess i remember berlin. One of his first jobs. He worked on that show a very low low totem old type. If i if i remember correctly and he knew them that's why he was friends with it was one of his first jobs And that's why he made. There's so much easier between that show and the new flash says that And then we also have michael surveyors who professed a is brand or from. He was bras very and we have brand airy with a from as well a tip from the l. That's another one. I'd love to be listening on. Because i've like been facebook friends with jeffey everything in like His story just so interesting. Just like having all his lines re recorded in everything. And it's heartbreaking but soon timely is still forever known as And like arable right. Oh yeah if you listen to it now. Because i didn't know it until i was told it was like a bubble opt to go. Listen to it now. you'll hear like it's chris. Reeve talking low Higher ila in a different register and then they put light prosthetics on jaffna all this to make him look more like brits. I'm like man that's just that's just raw garlic by like at up i mean yeah i mean dow i mean i figure they did that movie you now. They would just use chris and used like tgt agent tech. You know like we liked him so much. We're just going to do this. And we have o'connell is a plan and health. Bro book released his mouth. But it's called released snyder. Pet crazy story a back. You're gonna ask me a lot excited for. That is because i know a lot. I feel like it's one of those things like no never know everything. Yeah i think you're gonna have our musical leonard. Aim at who it. So he is a broadway star. Freeze story ulcer at beer. enter at. Yeah we have oh and then ammos forget also have done more. Repeat that and to pamper the pray. They'll marvel panthers act gonna and then we're going to have you as a done or is it a panel about earning abbey's her. Yeah that'd be great up a very loving and supporting way. But i was making some money off more. I am a pipe. I and done. He's been funny as before or this. That that's exciting. I mean i feel. Like time's just been crazy the past year but it wasn't but a few months ago we did. We had our first one. Or how long has it been. I dunno timing. Wia me like you said was it before or now who is after after during two sounds about right. It's just one of those things where i was on another podcast. You're talking and it's like it had been a year already and we're like wow it has been my dang isn't book has been that long a time gone by it. How are the other stuff. I before i had any though a bowl like i got the inner wonder woman and in at my post them and i get at was awesome is is like one of my favorite interviews done was i really love justice. League action cartoon in washington with the kids was and i got the interview. Jason j. lewis revised superman as and i was so cool like with him. He's really awesome guy. And i'm like i feel bad because i feel like he did a great job in honestly. He's my third favorite superman voice. It's because i mean you. The georgian temp thing is so like i. But if you listen like voice. I would love to have him get to be part of some other superman project like one of these direct to dvd videos. The offshoot ones you know. Not the continuity was. I thought they find an actor. They keep that but like right. I'm just like there's other things went on. It would be great to have him back for something and the olympic does this blake. Act is a i. It was a talking about this. And you commented on my post blinken you miss it up and i hate it because teen titans go is still going three bow and you know with my with my kids now. Trying to find a good cartoon like a dc cartoon is hard. Because it's like the dc. The new dc superheroes is cool. You know they did for a while. They did those. Dc per trillion two minute episodes on youtube or like inbetween things and they would release a home video other eight. That's not cool like a two minute little short Now they're the to like ten or fifteen minute episodes A thirty minute block. That was kind of the same model that justice will yakim did and that was cool because it fun goofy but you had good stories and it was all the just sleep pictures. There wasn't there wasn't that continuity that we had when we were younger and everything in the story but it was more serious in fund. The voice allen was amazing it was goofy audit. This not stay around like you had every character like we re watching one and there was an episode. The head start grow and super berlin in boston. And i was like sweet died. Totally forgotten about their so many of these episodes. And i'm just like this is not great and then the merchandise was another like toys. Damon went before really jump on board. Dc what are you doing. You're not getting the kids to really like your stuff because you're not making anything for them right and older animated or lay are rated and wrong allot. But they want us. They'll that earth stirs don't wanna make. I'm differ man and batman comic. I mean it boggles my mind. Because i don't mind like there's some movies that are being there. they're more Us i don't. I don't mind that i don't mind on. Those shows are like i think patrols a great example that's made adults because there's no child from the want the new negative man figure you know so but you know with certain characters. You have to have something. The kids are inside about. That's why i love. I still do the flash tv series because it was made as you have a family show. It's the show that the with dc cares to sit down and watch as a family and they've been true to that model since it start and that's you know. I watched all the older cartoons with my kids because there. It's you know they did the same thing with the batman unlimited where they were like to shorts online and then they did three direct video. Movies model doesn't work. Yeah and then they did justice league action in it and just disappeared. My my proposal was to do a great super sons. You know john Damian wayne with their super pets on on adventures. Doing stuff and of course. It's easy to throw in. You know the other. Eric dickers- yet some of these direct to video like superman manage tomorrow. There is some stuff as either team. You re tweak battle but make it more of a family all right. And that's my thing. Is my kids love. East characters get hyped about stuff and it's so crazy to watch it or you can't see it stuff that they are like you said you could very easily hit and abbot at the the violence and they put in is it mary. How without By no means the my food anyone what that by employees through some characters that are just endured two children if they need that example. Young justice was a show that was to be a kid's show but it was written at that higher caliber than adults really enjoyed it a lot of toys with a cancelled it and then when they brought it back bidding the same tone it brought it back for season three in just made it for adults and even some adults are like. I don't enjoy it as much. You change you change what it was a instead of keeping that tone that you had you went completely serious adult now. I don't even like it as an adult s. Just it's not it's not what it was. It is as an adult. I have a little more light. It up gloomy want that. I hope and aspiration of his kids were written to be. You're talking about our conversation with my brother-in-law yesterday about how it goes my mind that the only female character sides wonder woman pushes in merch and kids and everything is when the movie that you put her in you make rated r. Yeah i don't like to me. That would be my solitude easy thirteen. We want this character but we want to be able to sell this thing. We want a wide audience. You know and we at the same time. Boggles my mind that you didn't build for like harley when johnson city sirens versus the birds of prey all female movie of villains heroes everything in just kind of go all out and make it. Pg thirteen in just you could sold the crap out of it but you make you make the character that you're selling to kids are and then Like cuts out or champs. Pray at all early at all. And a whole reason i do costume changes and moves the whole reason. That batman has at least two costumes in every movie and he changes costumes. Every move is because the new toy ebb an early had orcas and they have a but all you have to do is make took electable like the mcfarland figure and then you make the regular taker and you'll sell them. If it just boggles my mind you know. And that's why. I think we ended up falling back so much on the cartoons. Like the bruce timm universe. Because they're they're timeless and they they you know. I was watching the batman with the kids. They want to rewatch that Now it's not bad like there's good in it. I enjoy it. The kids like it because there's nothing new for them The new dc superhero grows. It's it's i don't mind it. it's not bad. I kinda wish. There was more quality in the animation and everything. But it's just yeah and then they did is the and design is on. I mean the the original one. I wish i had done actual show of ask cool and it was The redesign is just like it's a very low quality and you know. I want my daughter to be able to joy. She loves these actors and has something great to watch. It kills me is. She's i watch to girl okay. And then my son's like we're super boy and i'm like justice to like of course he's the most angry eric here on the show. Yeah also. I don't a at their think i love gun. That's what my idea cells. We actually been watching. The old crypto series from the early two thousand said. I can put. These didn't see those that time in have tv. Yeah that's that's our that is our segment on cartoons. But okay salsa. Ask me the super. We went down our angie. How like what inspires you to do. The virtual superfund celebrate we just sitting around one day going to talk with people so it was my friend brandon site. Brandt is in the super friends through a vertical last year for the trump was a and. Who's bad about enthralled and an organizer ed that i get wade into organize a for something and he and i both when we started akbad it dot eight it become like with liberties. Theft auto relate maybe together through their imprinted ban at my. I put out the call for bonkers. I joined in and he started from air and then we plan and led to make. It is like on fun. Wait in all other geared for another one january a rate. Oh yeah. I mean i think it was a great i can definitely keep wing on. You're welcome. I think it's fun because you bring together different people in the community of trusted this time. I think it's easier for some of the guests to fear like for you know ten twenty minutes whatever and do something and i mean it's been so great that even dc with their fandom last year. They're doing again this year is it was a major hit and miss real cons but i think the virtual things are fun because you can into it and you can kind of be part of it if something that like. It's a convention Sounds awesome. But i can't go to a different state or whatever grade i think and i think you for the opportunity to be a part of thing. It was so much fun last time. In just you people. I got to meet and talk with online to talk to you both bank. It was so much work but it was so worth that our liberty goes both agree. I we have no a and they didn't. They knew we had about eight. The and on it autographed. So so if you're interested be autographs on my i don't i am really moved by. How big berhard they want. I think they invested as eight. I agree So i think the virtual things you so it's a game changer. In a lotta ways of just enacting and doing things and getting to meet people and interact with people. You never thought you have chance to like. I said it's the weirdest ear. And a i've ever had album is the number though. Oh yeah i mean which is kinda you know we we gotta take what we can and A town just roll with. And i think that this been a great any anything else you wanna bug say or any other tangent you going down won't take up too much time tonight. Oh well definitely follow my. You're going to be airing the con on there and and follow me on facebook A graham always posting as play. I post may refuse on facebook back bacterial back and other than that you know out and i love i. It's awesome great persevered. Thank you of course. Always great of touch back in Hit your thoughts. What's going on your corner. And or you know the events coming up so we're gonna definitely be pushing. That wasn't part of it is it's awesome. It's nice to see people getting together talking about things they enjoy. I was while we've been talking. I kinda looked up compile notes. Only talk to george. You know when i think about george. I think about that episode of friends. He was on. That was my first time. Visually seeing him as the guy who was obsessed with his sister. Oh my gosh. I forgot about that episode. that was it's just. It's it's crazy when you like I seen the movie tombstone with my parents that was when my parents love i washed billion none but i watched a lot and it took me longer than i want to admit to realize that the main email who russell's character is after is in delaney voice of lois lane. Oh yeah we don always voice. A and i was like. Oh snap my. Wow okay thank you for being on this episode we look forward to the convention and checking out your thing New comics review. All your information will be in the show notes Tallying add up on her. You chew activits again for have tyler nope.
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Three year commitment to help close the digital divide of more americans have a chance to succeed to learn more visit dot com slash connecting communities. Welcome to another episode fox media podcast network. I met mcglesias guest today. Elizabeth runic is a notorious internet personality as well as staff writer at the atlantic. And we're gonna talk about babies because there has been a rising tide of condemnation of the childless left coming from jd. And some others out there. You are on the left but not childless. that's correct. I have two kids. And i am on the left day. I don't know about their politics. Haven't asked i have only one kid and i'm not as far to the left but you know similarly. I guess that's arranging this spectrum there now but like what is this narrative that you've written about recently for the atlantic. The condemnation of the childless left seems to kind of roll together. A couple of things on the one hand. It's an observation and this was what. Jd vans made an observation that quite a few of the left's young stars in politics and he pointed out in particular alexandria. Casey cortez afc pete. Buddha judge cory booker he also cited kamala harris. Although i wouldn't necessarily call her a young stars just sort of star star. These people he said don't have children. Kamala harris does have stepchildren. It's worth pointing out that. She is very close to but he said these people therefore don't have a stake in the future. They just seemed content to screw around in politics because they don't really care what happens to the country. Only people who have children have a stake in the future. Jd and said therefore people who have kids should be given votes to us on behalf of their children which is interesting because it seems like he really think that went through. That was hugely favor. Democrats younger people are the people who have minor children older voters who skew republican. Their children are already adults younger. Voters who skewed left are the ones who have minor children also poorer people who skew left are the ones who have more children. At any rate that was his argument and then it also people sort of added on for him as the critique sort of bled online that leftists have written pieces in various publications angsting about whether they can ethically justify having children when there's climate change happening and so on and so forth there all of these reasons that left site for not wanting to have children ethically in this day and age. You so i. I want to put a pin in that sort of you know. Left wing. anti-nato eliza. I think the point about the actual mechanics of this Giving extra votes to parents of young children idea is worth dwelling on. Because i think it's both true right if you like. Put all the variables into your statistical machine like conservatives have more children than liberals or have ruining people on the right at more than than people on the left. They're more religious. They get married younger. They have children younger. But if you take the other cut and you just say what is the population of parents of current children under eighteen. It's like if you're sixty. It's very unlikely that you have five year. Old at home depot cohort of parents is people my age. It's people your age. It's people may be a little bit older or younger than us. And that is a demographic group that you know. Tilts pretty strongly toward democrats even though it's true that like the conservatives within that cohort have larger families so i think it doesn't make sense as like a policy proposal but as a way to sort of as as a knock on harris and afc. I guess pete and chaston Since we booked the show have announced that they have become parents and they did not fill in the with the full details there but part of it it seemed to me was just the subtext of sort of denigrating non traditional family structures. Right i mean. I think harris does consider herself. Someone who has children judges are we producing through one of several mechanisms that are available to gay couples. These things sort of happened in life right but it's a cultural conservative politics of you know you should be like josh right. And so i think that in all likelihood what's really going on there is not a particular condemnation of these politicians for not having a stake in the future because plenty of people who have children seem pretty indifferent to the future especially when it comes to sort of forward pitched ideas about climate change et cetera. It's more about a sort of cultural distaste. For the people who are to be delaying. Or putting off having kids altogether so think about lena dunham etcetera dog mommies and the sort of millennial urban social justice oriented online liberal voting not at all invested in the sort of traditional family life. Type person that you can imagine. Jd vans and other folks being really really really annoyed by on the cultural level because on almost every other access their peers. They're all college educated there in the same echelon of income. These people are shoulder to shoulder. Cheek-to-jowl jd vance zia law grad etcetera. Etcetera so you can imagine. He's in very close contact with these sorts of people and you can imagine. There's a lot of angst that arises and friction that arises from the more conservative quarters in that class and the more leftist liberal quarters in that class. Your i mean you you do see a real kind of difference at people's lifestyles and we were talking before the show about you moved to the suburbs recently. And you're happy out there. I have been in the suburbs for the past few weeks on a kind of inlaws visit. I really miss my urban neighborhood. I have one child not to and not three or four and it is definitely true. That the more kids you have the more it makes. Sense to. Prioritize is space the acquisition of of land verses proximity to cultural amenities and. I grew up in new york city in greenwich village. I am living with the child. Logan circle but there is a tradeoff right between like you wanna live in the brunch district versus like you want maximize yard space and there is a correlation between people's political views. And especially when people get more affluent right and like you can choose to self actualize but it's still a constrain choice sat and you know some people choose certain things and others choose others and you know there is something about like what we valorize in. Our culture in our media and a lot of content is produced by the kind of people who live in cities who start families later and who have smaller families. Yeah it's absolutely true that there was a period in our culture where thief source sacrifices and burdens and also joys and pleasures family life research center stage culturally and parents could look at the media sort of anytime and see the things they were going through reflected back at them very clearly. These are you know all the sitcoms rate all in the family and married with children etcetera etcetera and now it's much more typical to look at television and cultural production and sees of single people. Young people unmarried people or people whom having children or raising children is just not part of the conversation at all so you think about sort of prestige. Television like euphoria or even sort of. I can't even think of what is on tv right now in terms of sitcoms because i don't have time to watch. Tv i feel like our big cultural i times. They're delaying starting a family. Because they need to pursue their career in super heroism. You know we haven't really seen people struggling with balancing work and family in the in the battling industry right exactly like marvel like i mean ken. Black widow have a child when she's a spider. Yeah it's just too hard with all the explosions. Multicolored explosions happening And being wonder woman That's difficult right. Like batman has no kids right. No batman has three kids at least possibly for pardon you where where he legally. Adopts dick grayson. Thank you very much. Read your father's day issues and also definitely legally adopts tim drake because his parents die. Thank you and jason todd. Okay britt so. This is like a kamala situation. Well yes but then damian. They're not his natural john. Damian wayne is actually his biological child tally. Alkyl out there. You go okay. So that's important. So batman is the crow family superhero. We haven't seen this in the movies though. No no because yeah. Because in the films batman is an urban dwelling kind of playboy who who's of interest primarily. Because he's like a solitary lonely figure and he's sort of the switch dark side of that lifestyle but i do think it's become increasingly difficult culturally to imagine someone. And this is a pet peeve of mine which i admit were silly and ridiculous but in culture it's difficult to imagine someone who's interesting and sort of has textured deep serious in her world who also has children those kinds of emotions and feelings and thoughts seem reserved for people who have more serious lives which our lives without children and the because children do bring a certain amount of levity to a life and it is still possible even as a woman you know to have a very serious very very deep inner life with children. You just don't see that depicted very much right but then you know then. A separate question is like policy in theory. We are talking about a guy who's running for the united states senate and you could try to do things to make it easier for people to have children to address you know. Some of the people have a lot of practical concerns about having children. That are not just about you. Know what sitcoms are going to be on television and the idea of something like a larger child tax credit or you know various investments in education or children's health. Care things like that to try to make it easier to do things like that and that is not. I think we're the republican party has been going right and so i wrote a piece when jade events Sort of commentary. The childless left came out Because the response from the left was just sort of that does is fascist and racist and i had written a piece to rewind a bit may in the new york times when i still work there for mother's day about having kids young was twenty five when my first baby was born and that i liked it that it was fun. It surprised me that it made me happy in that. It helped me kind of become who i am. As opposed to hindering the development of identity and people got really pissed off about it and that meant a lot more to right wing websites than it did to me. People getting really pissed off about something that i do or say or write is just a given its twitter. That's what people do on their. They go on there to get mad. A lot of its cave. It lot of it is also just a residual business from two thousand sixteen The sort of bernie hillary fights. And so i don't really think anything of it but when i wrote the piece that i wrote about. Jd vance saying this is ridiculous. Who cares about the cultural obnoxiousness or non obnoxiousness of the childless left. Or whoever is hurting your feelings. Or whatever on the childless left the reality is there are actual policy questions here and on policy. The left is killing it all right. The biden child tax credit. The expanded non phased in child. Tax credit is a real gift to parents that is honestly pro natal quote unquote not that. It necessarily encourages people to have kids. But if you're in the market to have kids it certainly takes a load off right and making it permanent would be a huge deal. I mean that would be a major gift to children. And this is the kind of point i made. And then the criticism from the right wing after that piece was published as. How can you say this when the left was so mean to you about your piece about enjoying motherhood and my response was i just don't care what people say about the cultural inflection. The aesthetics of it. I suppose because on the politics aesthetics whatever the left is absolutely the pro-child side of things. Let's take a break and talk about that policy stuff. Accessible affordable broadband helps communities reach toward their american dream for students is on chevenez. means rising above the poverty. Line becoming valedictorian of international. high school. 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You know these like hollow leftists like iglesias's grundtvig like wanna make this all about policy but like the real thing that matters. I mean i'm putting words quoting him exactly. But i mean you know he was trying to say that like what really matters. Is the vibes right. That like we all need to kind of like hold hands and talk about. How motherhood and apple pie are really great. And how like urban leftists would know. Kids are bad people and it's interesting to me. I mean because both like zaveri classic divide in politics about emphasis on material versus kind of ishmael conditions but also there has been so much whining i think from the right over the past five to ten years about political correctness and safe spaces and all kinds of things like that. And that's essentially the call here right. The view is that america's reproducing population like need some kind of safe space from internet haters. That like the problem in society. Is that like somebody might be having brunch in their late thirties with no kids living in a big city thinking that they are cooler than somebody with three kids. And i feel about that the way conservatives feel about this and other contexts that it's like you can't live your life in terror that somebody somewhere disagrees with you like i don't know this millions of people in this country like just going to do things right. The horror here like the existential terror is that people who are in your same class who are similarly educated because this is all an intra class fight. This is all taking place in the professional managerial class. People in your class are like hot and fit and living in cool places doing cool stuff being cool producing culture and they're looking down their noses at you and you're like getting fat and haggard and being forced to watch blimpy and getting your ass drag the bronx zoo or whatever or the national zoo in your case for the ten thousand time while these cool people go to brunch and have cool little cocktails and laugh at you to which i say like. Yeah but who gives a. Rat's ass. I i have another episode of blimpy to watch. Unfortunately that's my that's my lot in life and like i understand that that vibes matter. I mean unfortunately vides do matter and this is the thing that the right and left agree upon whether they like it or not so the pulling down of statues for instance is an area where the vibes are clearly mattering. That's vibes issue. So if we pull down the confederate statues and then we just like put up. New statues of nuclear families like mom dad. Three kids just chilling. Yes i just put up a huge Guy statue like a big pregnant lady. And you know. Maybe that'll do it. I don't know but but like i agree. But like a statue of daniel tiger. I think good message tire. That's what i'm saying. Everyone could use a little daniel tiger right. Can't we all sort of support this right. I i always thank you know when tweeting about you know daniel tiger's advice you know when when you're feeling mad what do you do with the mat. You feel i think about tweeting added people. Don't show your ass off vibes matter. And the way that people feel you know it does matter. The problem is. It's very hard to politically manage that. If all you wanna do politically is make people who don't like you unhappy. We just had four years of that. That was sort of the primary goal of the trump presidency was owning the libs making them. Cry etcetera. we had four years of that being the highest political goal. People got what they wanted and they're still miserable right and so that's a very bad road to go down. You can get all that you want. Your political opponents can be unhappy. You can own them. You can make them cry. You can make the panic. But if the underlying policy is no good you will still be miserable. You will still be screwed right ultimately. What we need is good stable policy and the vibes at something that really can't be managed through policy politicians can't be in the business of managing the vibes. Why and i would argue that. You know on some level. The vibes are a lagging indicator of the material culture language. If you extend the child tax credit and you like improve the website and get more people signed up and you you know have some provision for schooling for three and four year olds if you change housing policy so the different places become more affordable you. Don't people have marginally more children as a result of that and businesses respond to that right like there are more family friendly restaurants if there are more young children around like that becomes a market worth catering to and then that can change people's perception of like. What do i need to give up. What are the costs to my lifestyle. It just becomes more normative for people to have children which changes the culture and then there's other aspects of culture debt like you can't change the policy because the difference where parents now when we were kids there was no streaming video right so if you wanted to make content that would appeal to parents and children. You kind of had to try to thread the needle and make like quote unquote family friendly show now. Netflix can like hyper target right. So it's like my six year loves dino trucks which like i would rather die but like the whole point of tv is to like entertain him during when like we're busy it's like it doesn't matter right like it's the grownup culture can be very grown up because the stock for kids is so intense and i'd like i don't think that's good in a lotta ways like if i could somehow make us all go back to like primitive three television channels. This is my most reactionary view. But also i have no way to make that happen right. It's just me sitting here whining right. I mean. I think that it's funny. That mr masters and so forth were fussy about your and my commentary on children in particular because as culture producers as writers. We're already doing. The thing that i think is actually the most useful in vibe modification terms which is just being people who are willing to talk in public about being happy with children not in hab -solutely cruel and vicious way. I certainly don't think having children's for everyone. I don't think people should be forced. I think there are lots of people who live very happy. Lives and they don't have their own. Children may be there stepparents. Maybe their adoptive parents. Maybe they're happy aunt or uncle or maybe they're a person who's just happier on their own like batman you're training a series of young boy is crime right like you're training you're fighting crime. You adopt every orphan and got them. Who looks like you for some reason. You know all kinds of people right your Mutant spider human lives with your elderly aunt. You know people have different life paths. And i think that's great but the best thing people can do vibes wise if they wanna make a culture that's friendlier to parents and i don't think it's all that bad. By the way. I think vance masters are really misdiagnosing. How severe it is. It's certainly not like you. Walk down the street with a stroller and get egged. That's not the case at all so. I really really don't want to overstate the problem. But in these tiny little enclaves of kind of left professional managerial class folks where it is. Maybe a touch cooler on the warm to cool scale in terms of young parenthood especially our parenthood as a goal. You know the best thing you can do is just talk about being happy and having kids and you know meet people where they are answered their questions talk about it and just kind of lead by example. I mean this was an interesting thing about your other piece that you alluded to right. Because you basically wrote for mother's day about having your first child at what is roughly the national average age but is unusually young for like a new york times writer and that was sort of like the whole tension of the discourse that right like it's both like not that unusual but is sort of locally unusual right and i think you did not propound like an explicit thesis but there was an implication that maybe other young college graduates should rethink their assumption. That this is something you have to wait ten years out of school to go do right. I mean that's like the piece was seen as provocative. Because i don't know i mean people don't just read things as like. Here's one i just talking about her life. And i think that's exactly what i was saying. I was pretty upfront about it was just. There's a kind of presumption especially among people who like myself. Go to college to grad. School are gonna get sort of professional class jobs that you need to put off having kids because it's like a job right where you need experience and you need to be highly highly prepared and have a kind of expertise and there are certain things that if you don't accomplish them before having a child you'll never accomplish them and all i meant to say as well if you're on the fence and you'd like to have a child maybe you're thinking about it or you think it would make you happy or something you wanna do. You feel like you're just a bit early and so you're waiting out of a sense of obligation. You don't actually have to wait. There are things that you can still accomplish after you have a child. It's okay your life goes on. You're still alive. You're still changing and growing and it's still totally possible and completely within your reach to continue accomplishing things and growing as a person and just relates to write. There's this this idea of like capstone versus cornerstone marriage. Try and this. Is you know i mean. I have been a typical highly educated city-dwelling professional with something more like a capstone marriage. Which means like you go. You leave school. You get a job. You do a couple of jobs. You establish sort of clarity that like this is what you're doing and then from that standpoint you get married and go do other things versus a more traditional vision which is like very young people would get married and then you like build your whole life together. And that's a cultural tension that we're navigating in american society. And i do think you know i mean the switch to the sort of capstone mindset has not necessarily turned out that well for takes a whole. Yeah the sort of an ongoing debate Do you get married. And it's kind of the beginning of you becoming an adult or is it kind of the end of your maturation process and you know there are arguments for doing it either way. I can only speak from the way i did it. I got married relatively young. I was twenty three. And i also married a policy matt. Geor- yeah it's what everyone should do. There should be a policy matt in every how age appropriate. Whether it's like a high supply of guys named matt in particular birth cohort. Yeah do wonkery but no more. You know it's like i look on the playground. And i'm like are there. Any kids named matinee more. And it's it's done People didn't like our tweets. It's over the map. So i married my high school sweetheart and so we'd been together since he was eighteen and i was sixteen. We got married twenty-three because that's when he finished law school and i finished grad school and that had been our deal so we got married in a courthouse and then you know by twenty five. We had a baby and that worked really well for us you know. We supported each other and we had known each other a really long time and been together a really long time So we were ready to set up house and worked together very very fastidiously to accomplish what we knew. We wanted and needed to accomplish together as a household. Is it the right thing for everybody again. I mean that's the annoying thing. About trying to make pronouncements about culture. Is you know. Obviously there are going to be quite a lot of people who benefit from doing things in a very different way. So i find it difficult to kind of prescribe a life path. Yeah i mean. I think if anyone out there listened to Weeds earlier this week about growth of master's degrees and sort of credential ism and stuff in that space. I mean that is a policy area. Where i do think we should think about the consequences of like tacking on more and more years of expected schooling for people to sort of get good jobs changes whole path sometimes. Not always you got so many degrees okay. Let's i wanna talk about policy sort of left-wing anti-nato. Listen hello vox listeners. My name is aaron. Lamour i i'm the co host of the long form podcast along with max linski. Evan ratliff for the last nine years. We've been doing these interviews with nonfiction storytellers about the craft of writing and how people actually do journalism. And now we are excited to announce that we're bringing long-form. Vox and vox media podcast network. Long form has hundreds of interviews with people like george. Saunders terry gross ton hoc- coats whether you're an aspiring writer. Yourself or you just interested in how your favorite stories are put together. I hope you'll give long-form listen. You can find all the episodes at. Vox dot com slash long form or subscribe in the podcast app of your choice by searching long form. So this was the thing that conservatives said you weren't wrestling with or talking about. Which is that something i definitely discovered when i was out. Promoting billion americans is that there is a big constituency of people. I would say not like democratic party politicians or the heads of major progressive groups. But just like people who will say that like it's bad to have children because of their environmental impact. And you know these columns get written about twice a year in each like mainstream and center-left publication. I think at some british group plight gave a prize to one of their princes for not having too many children or something like that sounds like this is a real idea right that like in our moment of ecological crisis it is selfish to have children and the sort of wise high-minded thing to do is to not do that and i don't know like nobody has passed a law inspired by like you know. Let's not have kids but it is a real argument. That's out there. That's different from just sort of like what's cool and what isn't right. Yes i mean. There are definitely policy proposals that float around on the left. That would be problematic for parents. There are the sort of incendiary ones that fly out like you said once or twice a year. Somebody writes hot column in the guardian or whatever that's about rewarding people for having fewer children or i think there was a documentary about There was a surgeon who served traveled the world giving free vasectomies and even paying men to receive vasectomies in developing countries. Which is really sick but yeah there are leftist policies. That would say we should pay or reward. People to be sterilized You see those proposals periodically. I find that pretty bizarre. Pretty reprehensible especially when we're talking about developing countries in particular. That seems very very helmet to me. And then you see. I think things that are not so obviously anti-nato list but would still make life a little harder for parents so you sometimes see policies for instance that would eliminate parental leave but would create all purpose family. Leave which you could take to care for elderly family members siblings etcetera etcetera which would discount of serve as any familial obligation will be met by taking this leave as to where as a parent i would rather have a pool of protected leave parental obligations maternity leave and then other leave to be taken for dealing with other issues vacation. Sick leave whatever. Some kind of thing can be cobbled together. But i do think that parental leave is a is a special and very particular thing because it's a special and very particular obligation and so you know you do see those kinds of policies. What i will say about them is i just. Don't ever see them get any traction whatsoever from actually existing politicians they get thrown out in the guardian. They batted around between journalists. They just seem like expressions of exasperation right. Just like jd. Vance will express exasperation with politics by saying. I'm tired of the childless left. These politicians have no stake in the future. Let's give votes to everyone. Who has children one. Vote for child that goes to the parents with the implication that we can then vote out these childless politicians. You get expressions of exasperation with the child full from the childless and those come out like this climate change the fault of all these readers. We need to disempower them or stop them somehow. Let's disincentivize. Having children are incentivized. Not having children with these blah blah blah programs but they never seem to actually pick up any kind of steam in politics right well and conversely. I think it would be great if publicans decided. They need to get behind a national paid. Parental leave plan to like head off. You know the childless left's devious leave agenda or something like that you know so it go do it right. I mean it's like the entire universe of proposals to give anyone leave under any circumstances for anything like exists within a democratic party ambit- so you then have different flavors of leave debating against each other. You know what i think is interesting in. This regard is that you'd never see a proposal to means test k twelve education which i think would be the most straightforward antinatalist sort of policy. That is out there where you could say look. We are protecting the most vulnerable children. But we don't need mattie gracia's just send in his kid to frigging public school and paying no money for it you know because it's true like i can afford to pay tuition if you made me do it the way that we means test lots and lots of other programs and you know the downside to means testing public school is that it would make it. I think much less likely that sort of normal middle class people would have as many children as they have. Because yes like you can afford it but like you wouldn't want to like bearing those costs would be a strain on everyone but nobody says that right like even like democrats who love means testing. You know it's a status quo bias thing but no one is looking at it and being like here. We go subsidizing. All these children live in high on the hog go in high school doing their sports and learning to read. It's just like a non starter in the universe when if you were serious right if you wanted to take this climate duma resum seriously like that's what you should do and i don't know i don't agree with that so i don't want to give people any ideas but at the same time. That's that's what i would do. If i wanted to discourage people from having children without increasing poverty i would say we've got a means test the middle schools. Yes and i think you do periodically see either just to bring it back to social media. Someone grumbling along the lines of. Why do i have to pay taxes that support public schools when i don't have children and the responses inevitably shut up idiot from the left because the left is so interested in having programs that rely on a relatively large tax base whether or not particular individual is using the program or using it as much as others will use it et cetera et cetera. So i think that's just. A nonstarter of an argument means testing schools on the left for so many reasons i also think and this is something else that i brought up in my piece. So many of the people on the childless left are only childless temporarily. It's the delaying left really. I don't know if afc or cory booker will ever have children. But i wouldn't place money on them. Never having kids in particular still very young and would a judge as you said since. Jd vans made. His comments has announced that he and his husband will be raising a child. Kamala harris again is very close to her step with her husband. But i would not be surprised at all if ao see went on to have children. Ilhan omar does have a daughter by the way. Thank you very much surprising that she typically the bit. Anwar of the right was not mentioned in this particular case but anytime you're dealing with someone in their thirties even their early to mid thirties. It's just very likely to me that that person will have children. Just statistically most people have kids way. What i think is is to the point where it because this is the sort of i think like the real cultural divide in america is that i hear about a thirty one year old woman living in new york. Who's very successful in her career and does not have a child and to me. That's both like normal. It's like socio culturally normal locally and also doesn't lead meet any strong conclusions that she will be childless like it would be unusual for somebody like among other things it seems like Being a member of congress is not a great job to pair. With parenting there is a lot of shuttling back and forth necessarily involved in that work so Prize me to see something like that and yet it is normal for residents of college educated residents of big cities to have kids in their late thirties but they do wind up having fewer children. Sort of as a result of that kind of thing. But that's really where the policy stuff i think matters the most. Because it's really unlikely to me that you're going to go from being a like i don't want kids in my life. This does not interest me to like yes. I want to be the mother. Three based on a tax credit but like micro decisions about timing like. Am i ready to do this now. That does depend a lot on you know money like. That's exactly the kind of thing that people think about right. They look at well. What would it cost us to rent a bigger place. How many hours do we need to put in at work. What is the cost of childcare and that margin of reality is where policy makes the difference. Right i agree completely and it is very much a matter of child care. So when you're young and work is really really critical. You don't have the level of experience you're probably not a manager. You can't really call your own shots at work having stable childcare. That's affordable means that. You're certain that you'll be able to go back to work. So a guaranteed leave built in and then guaranteed subsidized or free. Childcare preferably is a huge difference right so these are the kinds of programs that i really dream about for parents. Wouldn't push anyone to have children and like you said they're not going to. I think inculcates the desire for a romney sized family into your average new york liberal but they might make having kids at you know twenty eight twenty nine thirty much more palatable to the sort of urban dwelling millennial menace. Then have you know feeling the need to wait until thirty five. Thirty six thirty seven and on the ao see note. I also just want to add. I hate to speculate on the actually. Like so slamming to speculate on why someone is or isn't waiting or will or won't have children the sort of never know what somebody's going through or struggling with or dealing with and i'm sorry that she got dragged into this whole speculative spectacle by vance. And i'm sorry for participating in it but you know that's the politics we have right now but the point is that on the margins. These kinds of policies seem small but they're huge difference to parents as to where the vibes seem really big and Appear to be very dramatic because they are emotionally very impactful. But i'm not sure at the end of the day that they are more powerful than those serious calculations people make sitting at the table at night when they're thinking about having a kid. Can we afford this. Right is it. Is it even feasible. Those are real questions. I wonder if saying you know my my personal life has been like cartoonish lii in the liberal bubble like i grew up in new york. My dad works hollywood. My mom was journalist. I moved to dc. So i'm like main lining this kind of like urban progressive culture day in day out my whole life. I've been in kind of rural exurban part of texas. You know for a while now doing remote staff taking my take my kid to visit his grandparents and one thing that has really struck me is that there is so much more insulation from the liberal vibes out here then. The republican party politicians who represent these areas. Like to say there is like for better or works you know but like walking around curvello the only virtue signaling that you see anybody do is like putting up bible quotes on their walls or erecting giant crucifixes. An hills in various places. And it's just not true. I think that people in the heartland are like besieged by. Left-wing cultural memes unless like entrepreneurs like what to funnel them you know you can do like microwave ray collection and like make people feel like all these urban liberals are constantly shitting on you or something but it's not really true like everyone is just pretty. I don't know people just live their lives right. I mean i grew up in north texas. And i just spent last weekend with my folks actually and they see you know sort of clips on fox when there is a particularly flippable section of of something you know when something really outrageous would happen on girls that might wind up on fox et cetera. But it's also the case that people outside of these kinds of metropoles are also totally confident in their way of life and views. It doesn't really hurt them to see what's going on in the metro sue know. There's an awareness. But what does it matter it. It's not as devastating. I think as one might conclude from reading tweets. But i guess to your to your point so fox this again. It's like the main way that i have seen people interacting with like progressive cultural values. Here is that tucker. Carlson will clip them and then package them as very alarming. And then tell people about all this terrible stuff that's happening and that's like a good business for him. I guess he's very successful television host. But it's like if you want to know like who makes people feel besieged by their cultural enemy is it's like their friends doing it for profit and i'm sure that something of the same vein happens in the blue zones. I used to work at think. Progress in a big thing we would do. There is find like the most insane thing of republican state. Legislators said that day and they're like thousands of state legislators in america and some of them are saying something very insane any given and like you can pick that up and broadcast into the world and for a while. It was a good traffic generation strategy. But i just feel like it makes. Everyone feel like than they need to be. Yeah amy i think that again in my piece part of what i was trying to gift to the world is my personal. Feeling that sort of your choice whether you want to be pissed off and feel besieged and Out of control or not just because someone says that they look down on you and that Your problem or whatever just because everybody gets mad about your mother's day peas and calls you a fascist. Or trad cath or whatever. It's completely within your control whether you're going to care at the end the day it's just people being mad and they'll be mad about something else tomorrow. I alluded to this before. But i i really do feel that watching daniel tiger with with my kid taught me some valuable lessons about emotional control and when you feel so mad that you want to roar you can take a deep breath and count. Four and adult focused media like does not tend to remember that message read like tries to convince people that a good thing to do in. Your life is to be really mad all the time at everybody and i mean i think a personal growth for me as a parent has been trying to think more seriously. About what sort of advice you want to give like a tiny person growing up and like what behavior do you want to model for them. And it just seems very clear. It's like you try to raise kids to be calmer than they naturally are about things right like kids are always getting upset about different stuff. But like you know it's not bad but like growth is about trying to control yourself and have a little bit of poise in these situations on social media. We have like grown-ups doing tantrums and convincing themselves. It's like high politics and then it's normal or acceptable. I mean i think about twitter as like being at the grocery store so like you can make jokes and be silly like you could talk to a friend and be silly and make jokes at the grocery store but when people are absolutely freaking out and you know shouting slurs and condemnations and making threats and so forth that is just totally bizarre behavior to me what i tell my daughter my five year old. Is you know emotions are really big. And they're really strong but your intellect your rational mind. Your thoughts are actually correct and your emotions are oftentimes totally wrong. And they don't correspond to reality at all so you can feel really big anger about something really small and you just gotta use your mine your bank nor argued. I think. I think that's exactly right. And that is the message that american society needs to hear. I'm just gonna put it in my twitter. Bile your feelings are wrong. You're a big kid now. America starting to get a grip awesome. So thank you so much. 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Did you see the money gets thrown around broadcasters and making a million bucks a year sportscasters making a million bucks a year. The coaches pick four or five million dollars a year. I mean that's insane compared to what it was just just ten years ago fifteen twenty thirty years ago now. You're seeing four hundred million dollar numbers being thrown out at Mike Trout. You're seeing bryce Harper Giancarlo Stanton Manny Machado all take it home three three hundred million dollars paid as their long-term deals and long-term deals aren't great in sports. You know I've seen it plenty of times in Chicago. Between Marian hosts Jason Heyward and Alphonsus Soriano in general you remember those long term contracts because they don't work out very well but it doesn't stop the Stop the owner I'm writing the checks or the players from cashing them. You know some some sports have salary caps. Were you're not going to see those nine-figure numbers at least all the terms that are set out with them but you definitely do see these players getting paid and getting paid a lot more than the generation before them always I mean Michael Jordan made thirty million dollars and then it was another like fifteen years b before Kobe made thirty million dollars in a single season and now you've got about six or seven players that are over that in fact doubling the salary in the N._B._A.. A steph curry making thirty seven million dollars a year and you're seeing you know fifteen twenty years ago seventeen eighteen million dollars Shaquille O. meals making twenty million dollars. I mean that's ten ten in less than Jordan was making seven or eight years before him so money is a relative thing and <hes> you know when you really think about it. Sometimes it's just a it just feels like it's too much but not not for the athlete not now not ever my name's Jeff Rich. 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You'll be doing things tonight. Criticial outstanding play my brown the same one delivery to Iraq's feel they turn to watch this is sports overnight America with your host jeff rich all right everybody we are back. It is sports overnight America talking talking mega salaries and they don't get much more mega than they are Major League Baseball <hes> just looking at a list of the top <hes> you know this is cumulative contract. This isn't per year but <HES> per year. It's Pretty Nice for Mike Trout at thirty five five year. <hes> that's four hundred twenty six million five hundred thousand dollar contract <hes> stretched out over the next twelve years. You'll Bryce Harper for number three <hes> canelo Alvarez the boxers a lot of money to be made in fighting to of course but <hes> Gil Alvarez hell of a deal with dissolve own. That's that <hes> streaming station for fights. He is getting a he. He has on a three hundred sixty five million dollar contract. Coming in at third is Bryce Harper with THR- three hundred thirty over thirteen years <hes> John Carlos Stanton three twenty five over thirteen in years the there's a reason that Bryce Harper's barely higher is because Stan set the market and it was important for Harper to out earn him a little bit even though it is very negligible. It's about three hundred thousand dollars a year. I mean I guess it's is negligible to the players is not negligible to you and it's probably not it's definitely not negligible to me and probably not the most you out there listening in Radio Land Manny Machado. It's three of these contracts signed in the last six months. Manny Machado ten years three hundred billion dollars Alex Rodriguez you know has two entries in the top ten and they actually kind of overlap with each other because he designed for ten years two hundred and fifty two billion dollars in two thousand one with the Texas Rangers at Cub Two Thousand Eight <hes> that was ripped up when he was traded to the New York Yankees <hes> ten years two hundred seventy five million dollars others so you went from making twenty five point two a year to twenty seven point five a year to where the pin striped you gotta you gotTa go down the list quite a bit to get out of the baseball. Players section should Russell Westbrook making two hundred five million over five years. That's that's pretty insane. That's about half of what might trout is getting for a little bit less than half of the time other basketball players start appearing once you get into the you know the forty million dollar a year range down to about third e F Steph Curry Steph Curry's earned it Dirk jeeter's earned it. I mean when you're talking about the this kind of money. <hes> what's the return. Giancarlo Stanton is not giving it to any team that he's played for of course he signed with the Miami Marlins and they traded his contract to the New York Yankees who can afford it but Bryce Harper is yet to win. A playoff series Mike Trout. I don't think there's playoff series victory for him. We could always go to our favorite website baseball dash reference DOT COM and and just one postseason appearance it was the <hes> it was a three and out against the royals in twenty fourteen trout had a disappointing postseason series thus far a disappointing postseason career batting under one hundred the the opie s at six hundred which is it really is a really good bad number. You know you look at eight hundred and in your you know you feel like you're looking at a star and you're looking at a star Mike Trout no matter what he does <hes> most most of the five tools as well as anyone in you know anyone one in his sport is just he doesn't play on a winning team. Manny Machado was in the world series a year ago Alex Rodriguez you really if that for two thousand nine a lot of disappointment they lost to the Miami of the of the Florida Order Marlins the Yankees did in two thousand and three I he was he was still at the Texas Rangers in two thousand one so he wasn't part of that <hes> so one in one in the world series and embarrassing moments throughout the end of his career not so much in Seattle or Texas but once he got to the Yankees that's when the tabloids started going after him and that's when you thought that something was Nolan Air Nado. I mean getting paid for what they think he could do down the road. You know in basketball. It's it's rough. You know you're always you're are always free up cap space. You know you gotTa look for Your Free Agent Year and you're GONNA take crap. If you take the most money I mean it currently top five players in the National Basketball Association over the eighteen nineteen season. It was currie. It was Westbrook. It was Chris Paul who is making a whole lot of money for what it used to be able to do. Will Jacobs Ditto. You'll those guys are both making thirty five million a year Blake Griffin. Are you really getting the return Detroit on thirty two million dollars a year for Blaker Gordon Hayward Kyle lowry James Harden James Harden. I'll give it to you steph Curry Russell Westbrook even Lebron James but you know Paul George Making Paul George to make as much as Michael Jordan made at the end of his career way when he completely maxed up Paul George Smeeton that money Mike Conley junior is making that money. It's a little bit. It's a little bit of a tough pill to swallow because you figure the top of that list should probably be durant Greek Freak Kawhi Leonard James Harden Steph Steph and Katy next tier down probably Klay Thompson Klay Thompson GonNa look to get paid and he might he might break this whole thing up. He might be the want to say that he's the straw that stirs the drink but he's glue- guy there. You know he's one of those guys that always holds it together even on nights that he's not shooting someone else picks it up for Golden State to put all your eggs in one basket. I mean when you see what the lowest paid players are making compare. You know especially on a twelve man roster oster. We got one guy making forty million dollars. You had another guy could forty thousand dollars. You know what I'm talking ten day contracts. I'm talking about over the course of the season though you're talking about that much of a financial discrepancy ah among peers that's a little bit wild our see everybody get paid the same amount. I think you'll there's definitely some reason for instead of base things but you know we'll talk on the other side. We'll talk a little bit about sports with a salary cap and how that can hamstring you and how sport without a salary cap can have string the <hes> the NACHOS and few you know you could be at a severe disadvantage. If you don't play in that New York Market Major League Baseball aw fifty million subscribers add a dollar fifty per versus. You know two hundred eighty thousand subscribers at eighteen twenty five cents per. You told me that that money is not gonNA make difference when you're looking to resign your big Dallaglio. You're you're starting pitcher your ace your your star player the the you know the player that you know it's his tee shirt. That's being sold on your team site on M._L._B.. Dot Com. You're going to tell you that you don't have an advantage if you get drafted by a big market team to have some stability in your career versus having to bounce around because the team that drafted you though you love them just can't afford to maintain eighteen year salary. That's difficult. That's difficult when the playing field is not level payment you know compensation for athletes causes a lot of problems in sports and we're about to watch it caused problems in college college sports talk about that a little bit later later on the other side. We'll talk about the team impact of being able to sign versus not being able to sign your big free agents to retain their services. My Name's Jeff Rich. This is sports overnight night. America and we're talking mega contracts here on the sports byline broadcast Shriek loose right away shot glass of Hubs Westbrook was that subtle triple double before his triple double over one of his the deputy throwing good rebound those folks books as thunder fans standing in pockets around this building recognizing westbrook enter a special place in history with his trip. This is sports overnight America. It has been said that everyone has a book in them but you have the time or the ability to write your book. 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Everyone John Damian Lillard congratulations he signs the supermax extension so to speak and for the next four years he will be Portland Trailblazers making one hundred and ninety one million dollars over that for your period that according to Kris Haines from Yahoo sports add you know if you're happy where you're at and they give you a lot of money. You should absolutely take it and be happy and stay where you be and for Damian Lillard. That's GONNA be Portland and maybe maybe this is the move that sparked some other moves. It's hard to see the move on from C._J.. mccollum but at the same time I did watch these Western Conference finals as much as much as I'm a fan of both Damian Lillard Antsy J. mccollum number one. I think that Lil it's not a one in one situation. It is a one two and Lillard is the one in that offense and number two. They're not ready for prime time man. They could add some big shots. This series could be too between them and the Golden State Warriors by now meant to be Portland just <hes> especially without the yourself Merkich just not in a position position to play a long series let alone defeat the the unbeatable team that had that the Golden State Warriors have become and you watch him. It's frustrates still frustrated glostrup. You almost have to root for them to enjoy watching. You always have to enjoy just cheering for the greatness if you don't have a dog in the fight it's it's tough when you root for the underdogs stuff when you get fatigued over these champions year in you're tired of Clemson and Alabama. I'll say that time and time again yours mega-contract will get what Nikki Nikki Sabin and Dabo Sweeney are making at Alabama Clemson your buck big time contracts for college basketball coaches. I mean I know that Yoshi chefs. He's not going anywhere. Kalibari effectively signed a lifetime contract with Kentucky L. Players. Don't make anything and we'll talk about out. We'll talk about that in depth though I wanna talk about the actual impact of the sports themselves from these big time contracts OK basketball's got this <hes>. It's got a kind of a soft cap. I don't think that there is a such thing as hard salary cap in the four major sports in the N._H._l.. In the N._F._l.. The N._B._A. or Major League baseball I mean there's no cap whatever major league baseball but you do have that luxury tax that the owners don't care to pay for the the N._B._A.. Championship cavaliers teams were just so far over the cap but it's manipulable municipal manipulable right you can you can make things work you can stay a dollar our under the salary cap and sign one more player and you can exceed that cap by a lot and just shell out a lot in luxury tax and it goes to revenue sharing for the league so you'll overall. That's supposed to be a good thing promise the owners don't want to pay it and if they're able to you know if they're able to pay a player more and it's just gonNa cost them out of their own checkbook than they don't get a lot of sympathy from the fans. The salary cap enables you to say no to big salaries. It prohibits you from just trying to be the highest better. You have to be a little bit savvy in baseball. It doesn't matter but it does in football we hear about how the raiders are agreeable to afford a free agent signing under the cap but not be able to afford it because of what's in their coffers or you know in the case of the raiders what's definitely not in the coffers the money that's not available. They don't have enough money to pay up to the salary cap and that's a that's a bigger problem. Maybe this gets resolved by going to Vegas and maybe the problems are just magnified when you you play any money happy market like Las Vegas Nevada you want if there's a salary what if what if Mark Davis can't afford the salary floor and that's something that gets enforced you know does does the Davis family get forced to sell the team or or maybe there's raiders money and then there's mark money and the mark money doesn't <hes> you know nobody. Nobody from the raiders borrows any marks money. It's just raider money that you're allowed to use and maybe that's the deficient bank account you know you can get big extensions right out of the gate and of course the baseball is just such an unlevel playing field you go to high school you go to college in the United States yours subject to this first year player draft and the rookie slotting system and there's only so much that your club can pay you but if you defect from Costa Rica Cuba anywhere that's not the United States of America. If you defect in you get these international the national free agent rights. That's why Ninety Tomas by the way I had four dogs for triple a reno the other night in the game that the ace's scored twenty five runs as well in great. You know if he's I if he's a hot prospect that not a guy that you signed in two thousand fifteen for sixty eight million dollars. You know that that that's just baffling but he can make sixty eight billion dollars. Meanwhile a a guy like Francisco Lin door had to play three years before he got paid ten million dollars years fourth year he was making a below and right around a million dollars now Francisco Lindor nobody else can sign him right Dow unless the Indians want to trade him nobody else getting gail can just pull out a contract that say Francisco complaint for us if he played for the Yankees Yankees could have thrown thrown an extension in front of him think they've already done that with judge but you know you get drafted to a small market team they're going to they're going to enjoy what they liked to call. Control small-market owners like the word control control. We can control this player for three years and then he goes for arbitration but we still control him. You know here the big market teams talking about control of players. They throw money at what they think is a worthwhile investment. Yeah and it's really unfair. You know you talk about Zaire Williamson. Maybe he doesn't want to go to New Orleans because the the endorsement opportunities are the same as they are in southern California or New York but on the other hand is to focus on basketball tsk ball in it does get distracted by a lot of those things and the New Orleans Pelicans will pay him exactly what the New York Knicks would have paid him if they took him first overall next just have to have that first pick in order to have that opportunity to do so now. You're a serious disadvantage. You have to change teams if you start with a small market team and you are one of those nine figure type players everybody looked at Giancarlo. Stanton is the bad guy forcing his way out of Miami Plate. You Know Derrick Jeeter dump the Marcelo Azuma and Christian Yelich J._T.. Real Mao to as well and you. Could you bet your you can bet your gut that Jose Fernandez would. I've been on the trade bloc now. If you know if you were still alive they weren't trying to build anything in Miami. They had a lot of good players but what they didn't end up. Getting was a lot of victories didn't turn into team success so Miami it makes a a lot of sense to pay these players a lot to keep them happy for a little while and make them valuable in trade so that you could bring back high end prospects allegedly. I you know and then you have the these <hes> super teams in the N._B._A.. And this is just nothing more than the players lack of competitive heart Lebron James Should WanNa beat Dwayne Wade and beat the warriors don't and if you wanted to go to the Western Conference Afri- we need to go to a good situation. He went to a glitzy situation with the Lakers. Are they going to see a lot of players in the N._F._l.. You know spend their later years with the Las Vegas raiders just to have the Las Vegas living experience. I've lived in the desert for so long. I'm not all that impressed by the prospect of living in Las Vegas like it'd be there in five hours with different failed forty five minutes out or five hours hours away restraint. Yell is is what the answer is to that question you know in hockey we side we saw right after that lockout how much Detroit and Colorado were crippled by the the <hes> the salary cap yeah you keep sack. You can keep <hes> Forsberg. Your supporting cast is gone. You know you have to sign guys at the the end of their career like Ray Bork. Those are my favorite players. The players that evenly Carl Karl Malone and Gary Payton got a lot of grief for being part of a Lakers team that couldn't get it done after they were so successful successful for so long that didn't happen because they ran into a Detroit team that was just a match up nightmare for them. In two thousand four for big names don't always equal big things are the other side will talk about the of college athletes and the scholarship that they received and what's what's left you give them at the end of the day depends on what your side of the argument is. My name is Jeff Rich. This is sports overnight America talking mega contracts here on the sports sports byline darkness no swaying and Amiss Four strikeouts for Stanton Margot's. Don't filthy the first one you're listening to sports overnight America <music>. When you purchase your parts at a reilly auto dot com you can pick it up in store? When it's convenient for you? Your parts tools accessories will be waiting at at your local O'Reilly auto parts store. No shipping cost easy returns and convenient pickup shop O. REILLY AUTO DOT COM O. Reilly auto parts better parts better prices every day auto parts. You'll do it right to make your great outdoors. Even greater lows. 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Through Thursday nights right here on Dan Patrick Radio Siriusxm Channel to eleven and the sports byline broadcast network our streaming live at sports byline dot dot com and the tune in radio APP can catch archives of the show on Iheartradio just search sports overnight America and <hes> you can find me on social media twitter and facebook will specifically at Jeff rich rich talks and let's talk a little bit about the <hes> it's the elephant in the room but it gets spoken of and subject that we're still putting college athletes on scholarship and I want everybody to think about the college athletes elites it around scholarship at title nine and everything else everything else that is supported by the billion dollar revenues that these sport of College football brings in it enables the non revenue sports to get funded and financed it builds educational buildings and yes it pays a man to lead the program and it is disgusting if you are not into wasteful government spending or if you're like me and you believe that most most government spending is just wasteful in nature <hes> but paying the football coach to be an ambassador for your state to promote your prime universities now of course there are private schools and and everything else but the little those guys are getting paid on tax paid out of taxpayer dime and really neither are the big time Kelly College football coaches Ohio state makes a lot more money than they need to in order to support the program without assistance from I'm John Q. Taxpayer Pay Urban Meyer and now Ryan Day to run their program. You know we are Cairo. Cuyler Murray we hear about these these Oklahoma quarterbacks whether it is <hes> Baker Mayfield or Cuyler Murray you'll Patrick Mahomes. Just you know not not so much the Oklahoma thing but the the big twelve th that that air raid attack you're already looking at what is Jalen hurts. His transferring to Oklahoma Glaucoma is he gonNa win the Heisman Trophy and be the number one overall pick in twenty twenty and then the guy after him does he end up being the first guy on the stage in Cleveland in twenty twenty one to college players get ah get paid. I don't think that they should I think that there should still be a college football video game and that there should be a trust for these players and if you just try to protect the amateur aspect of the game <hes> there's no reason to not allow wow these guys to put money in a trust that they have is Josh Rosen's idea by the way that they could access after their college playing days are over and done with you because you see the commercials see the new the dam commercials right go pro and most of us going pro at something other than sports okay that in and of itself is a very telling statement that the that they're recognizing that what they are doing is ill. Maybe having fun by your if you look at it fiscally they're playing a sport to supplement their Dream Team of Jason a career in a field that is not trying to be a professional ladies Lacrosse player or a professional volleyball player something you know a very selected did you might crack into those niche industries and a lot of them. Neo May may enter the college campus being the high school superstars that they all assuredly were thinking thinking that professional sports is going to be an option for them but you learn a lot about yourself from eighteen to twenty two and the humbling experience that is being broke for most of your college experience. It's character building. Thank you talk about how easy wasn't Jay. You WanNa talk about how you made a single pack and Rahman last three days just so that you could survive to to pay the rent on the first of the month or just so that you can make tuition that semester maybe not have to work sixty hours and carry a full course load and it's a shame the these college athletes. It's hard for them to get jobs because we just don't trust the integrity of potential employers for student athletes of their CEO of a particular standing. My problem is Wyoming and and the University of Akron and Florida International University those are all division one schools. Do you think that those players should get paid in the same ballpark as the four and five stars going Alabama and what happens with the guy like Jimmy Garoppolo who goes to a an F._C._S. school arguably the best quarterback in his class but he didn't go to the right school so is he not going GonNa get paid and you can make this argument for the value of the education at you know. Let's just say you know let's say Duke. Let's say Duke. Let's talk. Let's let's put it you know we can put it in football service but I think when you think of Duke Basketball. That's a better education than you're going to get at. Maybe a really good basketball school. Maybe Oklahoma is a good basketball school. Maybe U._C._l._A. is a good basketball school. But YOU WANNA go to Georgetown you WANNA go to Duke. The value of that education is worth a lot more a whole heck of a lot more than you know the value of the education at a state school you know and I'm not trying to pick out Oklahoma in fact I intentionally picked a program. That's not traditionally great basketball a lot of high standing there though Oh you do well Norman I I mean you know you could go to saga basketball for that's going to be a smaller tier school. How do you I I'm more curious not so much with the white as the proposed House House because we're supposed to just turn a blind eye to Howard going to pay these players and look you know you could you could be a real jerk about it and you could throw the plantation owner thing and say well? You know there was money to pay the the laborers I back in the neo the pre-civil war days and I think that's a really asked night. Take I in fact anything having to do with civil war as it relates to today it doesn't really to today. Ah Is there anything more you know there are a few more embarrassing things that have occurred in the world in the last Hundred Years Museum in the last hundred years like the last two hundred and two hundred fifty years at this point eight hundred and fifty years then we talk about you know. Maybe I want to get paid a little bit more. Maybe I want my well being taken care of and looked out for a little bit better and and those are fair statements to make your Shabazz Napier once said that when you were hungry rowing Hungary because the N._C.. Double A. Doesn't allow us to eat enough and the N._C.. Double A. Fix that right away. We haven't heard anything about fixing compensation for these players how you know taking care of their physical wellbeing while they put it online for your university. I think that that is more than fair and figuring out a a long term care program for athletes suffer devastating injuries at the collegiate level. I think that those things are important. We live in such a black and white society and that's why I love this radio media because. As I can I can discuss the entire gray area. I give you my black or white point and I could discuss all the gray area. It could be the devil's advocate. I'm not trying to push the position on you own asking you to do is think think about why you don't care how if you don't care how and you could be on either side of the argument pay them. Don't pay them joy. I WanNa hear about how or do I just WanNa see get done. Do I want to hear about how or did you do. I am I'm more interested in why not thought about your agenda. Nothing very few things are objective active. Money's UNRIG objective thing you can walk. Do you walk into a store with money. You will be welcome in that store. There's some exceptions to that. You know you know shopowners on on your aren't interested in your drug money and they're kind of foolish because they're just going to take it to the next guy that is interested as dirty as you may think it is. It's not I think that the amateurism college sports parts keeps it a little bit you know at least feigns a little bit of honesty and integrity within sport the joy of playing I that's why you find certain part of the country's. The Doug don't really care for the professional athlete but boy do they love their college football or college basketball. That's kind of where the conversation ends. You know hear a lot about college hockey on frozen four Leah Lacrosse final four coming up over Memorial Day weekend. You know you certainly can understand that the hype behind those big events beer watch regular season games in the sports like you are in college football or even in college basketball but just because you're watching does that mean that the money that the networks make a you know belongs to the athletes. I'm not sure that it does because I think the College Basketball College football would still exist without the networks as it did before that works but he takes the networks out of the equation and you get these guys to play football and it's not that big. It's a big deal because of the networks they're the networks earn their money. The conferences earned those contracts and yeah you know sometimes the student athletes going to get a raw deal but it's not like that deal is there just because of their skill that that deal is there because it was negotiated should college athletes be compensated better. Perhaps should they be outright. I paid like on a scale with with professional athletes. I mean look at the professional athletes like minor league baseball. The below most popular professionalized you'll lower tiers of sport and there's constant complaints about how those players don't get paid so we start paying these guys eight thousand ten thousand dollars for a college football season. We're say it's not an off and it is a slippery slope as much as much logical fallacy as you know as exist within is in that you know that fallacy itself. There's there's going to be precedence that there's precedent that these players can't handle large amounts of cash now. Even these players these these young men. They're just not prepared for it at. Are they really earning it based on their high school accurate to get into college on a scholarship. I mean they earn the scholarship. Does football coach figures they can use them. Did you play in their big time program lead them to championships and bring more exposure to the school but all of those things only exist because those things exist the athletes don't create that situation the environment creates that ED benefit for the athlete to get that exposure should they give aid probably not my name is Jeff Rich. This is sports overnight America all right back to wrap this mega-contract our right after this time today auto coaches who saw something doing me into their program as I was checking and beginning next with the support of my God and my family in the fall eighteen I will continue our basketball journey joining the Brotherhood of Duke University top Grease. He's home girl's passed out of the baseline award on the right side drills with a right hand spans lost it all knocked to the Back Court Zion going after dribbles behind the back gets to the rim at ways it off in what advise the North Dakota's gate got sixty Duke is on a nine Rod bankers. 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It seems like every day there is a new quarterback being recognized as the highest paid in the game whether it was kirk cousins or Aaron Rodgers perhaps Russell Wilson said <hes> the teams knew that they needed to throw a lot of money and unfortunately for the teams it seems is that when their quarterback comes up for contract if you want to keep them you're going to pay them a lot and probably more than any quarterback has been paid so russell Wilson Aaron Rodgers Kirk cousins Yo whoever ever ups the guy before them hit -gratulations to them and it's just unfortunate 'cause down the road. You're gonNA realize you made a bad deal by signing when you did but sometimes it's just a matter of going to the bathroom or getting off the pot so to speak <hes> I just a minute or so left here one kind of cuts on some weird contracts you hear about Bobby Baena every year on the first day of July until he's seventy two years old. He's going to get paid over a million dollars. A year by the New York mets on on July first every year. That's quite in negotiation guarantees. You never go pro rollie fingers stipulated that he's able to pay for mustache upkeep in his contract and you know we saw that <hes> there have been players like Dez Bryant who <hes> agreed not to visit Strip clubs as a matter of stipulation in their contract so lots of money floating around you and I don't get any of it. Thanks for staying up with us here on sports overnight America. That's GonNa do it for this hour. Weep at Dan Patrick Radios three six Seattle to love it and of course states. You've come your way next hour on the sports byline broadcast hour. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network heartland newsfeed dot com the newscast for Thursday July eleven twenty nineteen. I'm Mike Clifford or production shutting down in the Gulf of Mexico as Louisiana braces for what could be the first hurricane of the year also on our Thursday rundown warnings about Arkansas and a major earthquake zone plus Boston bars raising money for reproductive health care topping our news. The US energy industry has halted about a third of Gulf of Mexico oil production and expects more disruptions as industry braces for the first hurricane of the year that from C._N._B._C. They report the approaching storm which was still forming over the Gulf Wednesday was expected to head into Louisiana by Saturday dumping large about a brain oil prices jumped Wednesday by four point five percent per barrel on concerns. The storm would disrupt oil production and threatened flooding around the refineries in the area. The National Hurricane Center is predicting the storm will develop over the Gulf and hit the coastal Louisiana by Saturday the storm to be named Berry would be the first of the hurricane season and while people in some parts of California are dealing with earthquakes lately folks at Arkansas may think they are in the clear but mark Richardson in has been talking with geologist who say that's simply not the case in fact large parts of Arkansas fall inside the new Madrid seismic zone a faultline that has produced some of the largest earthquakes in the lower forty eight states while there hasn't been a major shaker in in recent years. Martha copper with the Arkansas Geological Survey says the new Madrid fault is the most active seismic zone east of the rockies. It's an area about two hundred miles long by about fifty miles wide and it's located in southeast Missouri's the southern tip of Illinois Western Kentucky Western Tennessee in northeastern Arkansas. She says the biggest earthquake along the new Madrid fault was in eighteen eleven northeast Arkansas that quake registered a magnitude seven point seven seven causing major damage and a loss of life over the years there have been other quakes of similar magnitude in the region as well as smaller ones in recent years at least fifteen earthquakes have occurred in the past six months including one within the past week and residents had visitors to Nevada Vata can get a close look at the closed Anaconda copper mine your Urinson. That's as part of a free bus tour offered in three weeks by a group that advocates for clean water. The Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada is chartering a bus from Reno on Saturday August third district. McGuinness is an environmental engineer who serves as a consultant to the ARRINGTON pilot tribe. He says the public should be aware of the ongoing problem with arsenic and uranium at the site where we have precipitation into the online evaporation ponds we are still having leach into the groundwater in addition so much of the material his leach too shallow groundwater underneath the mine does it does continue to be a source combination to offer area. Local residents students in Warrenton sued B._P.. The company that owns the mine in twenty eleven and one nineteen point five million dollar judgment the state took over jurisdiction of the cleanup during the Sandoval Administration and is currently monitoring the groundwater complicating the matter is the fact that parts of the site are private property and some sections are controlled by the Walker River Pie tribe the Harrington tribe and the Bureau of land management. I'm Suzanne Potter A. LINKED TO REGISTER FOR THE TOUR available on the facebook page of the Progressive Leadership Alliance of data and after a decade of work bill to protect sensitive parts of the Olympic national forest is poised to move ahead in the congress. Here's our take it off on Wednesday a U._S.. House Natural Resources Subcommittee held a hearing on the Wild Olympics wilderness and Wild Auden scenic rivers act it would permanently protect more than one hundred twenty six thousand acres of the forest as wilderness and nineteen rivers and their tributaries as wild and scenic the first river protections of its kind on the Olympic Peninsula Roy not runs the consulting firm L. Not not company and is a former timber industry executive. He says protecting the Olympics hiking fishing and hunting spots will offer a competitive edge for building the region's economic future not just the recreation industry itself. It's the quality of life that tracks the unique people you need either retain in the communities if they're bright young people or attracted the communities if they're elsewhere decade hammering out details insured the bill wouldn't impact any timber jobs on the peninsula more than twelve thousand local residents have signed petitions supporting the legislation. It's also gained endorsements from local tribes businesses and the mayors of towns such as Aberdeen Port Angeles Port Townsend and finally Jen Stanley tells us patrons of a few boston-area boston-area bars or make some physicians that are a lot more important than shaken or stirred local nightspots have been raising money to help organizations like planned parenthood and the Yellowhammer Fund in response to the restrictive abortion laws being passed in states from the south to the Midwest the Barbara Lynch collective owners of the bars drink and number nine park is the latest to fundraise cake Gardner from the Hospitality Company says they were inspired by another fundraiser at a summer of a wine bar which ended in May we felt strongly that the port can't start right at the beginning of a 'cause you need to keep up the momentum and keep up with support both financially and continue talking about it so we wanted to do something that was inspired by that without keep up the momentum she says the promotion known as sipping for Sisterhood raised more than fifteen hundred dollars which will be donated to pro choice organizations those bars owned by barb religious collective joy at least four other hospitality businesses and fundraising for reproductive reproductive rights so far together. 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Head coaching candidate candidate. That's the first real mentioned that we've heard a lot of Lincoln Riley and back Campbell but not so much Chris Peterson things have been quiet. He's done probably as much as you can do at the University of Washington so what's next for <hes> for coach Peterson he did it boise state. He did as much as he could at Washington National Championship and either stop by the University of Washington Football Program. Maybe not even the talk of its own state as far as college sports go of course you've got Gonzaga always teetering towards the top of the rankings actually graduating into top five status graduating into a final four team. You know they've always been goodbye. When were they going to turn in the corner of what have they hit their ceiling? It looks like they could still achieve a little bit more in spokane for mark. Few Mike Leach of course is always a crazy story yet the WAZOO and you you know it's funny when you hear his name mentioned for other jobs. It's just such a perfect job for him. Texas tech didn't seem like it was that comfort zone for Leach and of course he was forced out probably not on his own terms so I know that pullman is not exactly Seattle. We talked about the mariners being gutted the Sonics being gone and the N._H._l.. Franchise that they're due to receive here in a few years my name's Jeff Rich. This is sports overnight America. We're talking Seattle this hour and we'll be right back. Hey guys losing your hair socks and I should know I've lost mine and two out of three guys will experience hair loss by the time they're thirty five. Well might be too late for me but it's not too late for you now. There's keeps the easiest and most affordable way to keep the hair you have these F._d._a.. 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Nobody knows them these days because everybody likes him into their phone and that's you know that's that so you don't really have to avenue consciousness of anybody's phone number and including your own. Sometimes it's weird sometimes. You don't know your own number and you have to call somebody so that your number comes up on the caller I._D.. But a long story short I add a number that started with two sexes a local number two Phoenix and I get calls for this hospital all the time because people got out of the habit hitting one speck when landline phones existed assisted Seattle Man Seattle two thousand one the mariners were great and they haven't been back to the postseason sense. The Seattle seahawks what the Super Bowl in two thousand six hundred forty one up in Detroit that was largely remembered as age Rome Venice game just because of the dedication so much remember his performance in the game remember trick play involving I believe Antwan just one random well and a long run by Willie Parker and quite the jobbing of the Seattle scene chickens by the zebras on the field. You know and I have a lot of bias there because I am a fan of the browns. I thought that I saw the same thing happen to the Arizona cardinals when the steelers defeated them in the Super Bowl in Tampa a few years later by you know those were the humble beginnings that was the emergence of the Seattle Seahawks as a legitimate contender. They were surprised human thousand six <hes> home great how Pete Carroll in and a couple of years later you have a super bowl championship and how'd you decimated the Denver Broncos. It wasn't a tropical trip. You beat them. In the meadowlands by nonetheless with Russell Wilson's you quarterback third round talent. You know this was the Seattle team that had signed Matt Flynn who looked <unk> since backup in green bay for Aaron Rodgers Yeah. This is reese enough that it was Aaron Rodgers. I kinda you know kinda still in that mode where you have to wonder was that far for was that Rogers I don't have that problem with like Romo Hello and Prescott and I don't have that problem anymore with grady and Bledsoe or or really any other quarterback passing the torch you know the kind of a strange passing of it from Alex Smith to Patrick Mahomes oh homes in Kansas City at least as the two thousand eighteen season has played out you know Seattle still doing it old school now that they've been recently definite victims of what the salary alary capital what success ultimately does to against your players signed on other teams. You know good seasons do that. It doesn't take a championship to do that. Just breakout seasons for players walk years and the whole thing apart really quickly <hes> Seattle the key component Super Bowl championship team and Dan Dan Quinn very nearly became a champion in his own right as head coach with the Atlanta Falcons by they liked the seahawks. I couldn't hang onto a lead and would we look at Seattle so much differently had they won both of those super bowls that they went to you before the whole thing came crumbling now and maybe the whole thing doesn't come crumbling now rings. You know maybe you don't have these controversies. Where with why did he play in the Super Bowl and you end up moving this player you end up looking bill belichick being so stubborn but you know Carol Scott Only two two Pete Carroll does things his way and you know they got laughed at for taking a guy like Bruce Irvin in the first round? They said you know he's not even a daily. You know not even day. We'll tell back one day. One was longer than just the first round you've got. You've got this this coach to take chances. They seem to love platform. They loved platform at U._S._C.. U._S._C. and the PAC twelve have not been the same since Pete Carroll departed. N._C._I._S. wouldn't be the same either or you really think about it. This is a this watched that as rewarded the least worst option in many cases you know we had the greatest show on turf in the let's fast forward to when we have thirty two teams in the league and we go eat by four so the you know let me Seattle had to migrate from the A._F._c. over to the N._F._C. and that happened. I believe when the Texans came into the League in two thousand three by in any event you have a Seattle team. That was really taken over that out. You haven't done anything in so long. They claimed anything there at SAFECO. That's a great park and you know they've had some. I'm great players. Come through there and you know of course they were in the League Championship series in two thousand one and before that in nineteen ninety five and you know there's a big blank Dave Craig and Warren Moon play up there probably did at some point played up way up the University of Washington players remember from the University of Washington. You'll corey dillon. You know I remember players that were great out Washington. Guy Named Hakim Akbar receiver named Reggie Williams you guys that never panned out in the national football league the Apple Cup look that looked upon lowly among all of the rivalries the Trophy Games the deal the games titles to them get back to the seahawks you know they they've had their players over the years Steve l'argent server <hes> Kirk Mortar Kurt with a C. Warner John L. Williams Baio the receivers. You know that that the forgettable over the years Bobby Ingram I remember Shaun Alexander. Shaun Alexander was a a big part of that team. When Hasselbeck was the was the savior was the guy that take them to the promised land? It's Russell Wilson Up B._N._p.. Carol taking a chance on Russell Wilson. I know that we give head coaches and quarterbacks quarterbacks a lot of credit and too much credit you often but that's that's an unconventional pairing in Russell Wilson's not exactly a carbon copy of wider or Carson Palmer John David Booty. What's the most obscure U._S._C. quarterback you could name from the Carol Era John David booth? He's gotta be up there because I remember it was booting. A Moody Manual. Moody Transferred Transferred There from transferred there from Florida or transferred to Florida from seeing when you don't put together a professional career as big of a college fan as I am. I don't know where he don't from the University of Washington into Jerome Harrison from Washington state. I know that he had a justification for the Cleveland browns. Once upon a time in two thousand nine December two thousand nine against the Kansas City chiefs these Ezra forgettable you know hopefully in Washington state that we don't ever let the name Tyler Linski out of our mind you know young man was slated to be Washington state starting or back in two thousand eighteen takes his own life in the offseason prior to that season and you know I it's one of those things difficult to speak out. It's difficult to talk about rather talk about the success would rather talk about the Seattle seahawks bringing it home in Super Bowl forty nine and being oh so close but calling a bizarre S- Lampley when you have marshawn Lynch in a goal line situation are approaching the goal is right here right now on sports <music> overnight America we will talk about the Seattle Baseball Mariners and maybe elaborate beyond just the season that they had in two thousand one which is the highlight of their team history and they hoped better that someday back for Seattle sports on Jeff Rich. This is sports overnight America civil. The Seattle seahawks fifteen seconds officially the first championship in franchise history as Life Stadium Forty three. Hey this is sports overnight America attention business owners now is the perfect time to start saving money on your cable T._v.. 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Buehner. They had Ken Griffey Junior. They had Edgar Martinez Randy Johnson no problem. It was the pitching after Randy Johnson. There just wasn't a lot of their. I mean this is this is an organization. That's had a hall of Famer in Griffey a one day hall of Famer in each row. Who knows what's what's going to be the case with Edgar Martinez? I would suspect if Harold Baines gets in primarily as a designated hitter throughout his career that Edgar Martinez cannot be very far behind with enshrinement to cooperstown. Each euro should already be in the hallway time Felix. This isn't going to be an interesting case because you're gonNA look at the numbers and you're not gonNa love them but the people that remembered him pitching will get him in. You know it's I hope doesn't tarnish it too much by pitching long in his career one guy that did not do that Randy Johnson you know you had some some rough times around the edges at the end. Hopefully nobody remembers them too much as a New York Yankee but as a as an Arizona Divac as a Seattle Mariner that's how Randy Johnson should be remembered. Remember he wants the title and I hate getting snobby about championship rings things but he wins the title with the Arizona diamondbacks. He was the most valuable player in that two thousand and one world series so he definitely deserves to be remembered as diamondback despite how great he was perhaps the greatest Seattle Mariner a pitcher at least in franchise history. You could make an argument for Felix. You can make an argument for even Jamie Moyer who's right at the top as far as that war statistic it goes <hes> you know they've had Robertson Cano there on the ad the O._J.. Buehner once upon a time Alvin Davis Harold Reynolds guys from the old more royal blue with the yellow s the Cap John Olerud stop there of course Nelson Cruz more recently might Cameron Mike Ever Nate. I believe Mike ever knee and Freddy Garcia too big. You know two pieces of that Ken Griffey Junior trade with the Cincinnati natty reds. I believe it was the off-season between ninety nine and two thousand I just remember go to a game at Riverfront Stadium in two thousand with Griffey plan for the reds and it was it was the Reds Jersey. I mean no pete rose. I couldn't honestly tell you give great assessment of who else in the reds way too had back then but Ken griffey junior was a big enough draw in his own right <hes> Alex Rodriguez of course drafted out of high school to play there and he played well. I mean this is the organization that let go of Omar Vizquel -ther honestly pennies on the dollar of late. It hasn't been great. <hes> let's see the managers who have not taken the steam the playoff Bob Melvin who I really liked but you'll only spent two years with the club back in two thousand three two thousand four wins ninety three games finishes second it misses the postseason in two thousand and three thousand four they go they kind of flip it a rally go sixty three and ninety nine after going nine three and sixty nine the year before so regression get you can't. I feel more often than not my car drove us. Stop there for a little while and then they went through some interim managers mcclair and Riggleman Wakamatsu was there for just over a season Brown took over Eric Wedge was there for three seasons mcclendon for two seasons and I think that they like what they have with Scott Service you know he he regressed from your one year too but you know right around the five hundred high watermark eighty six seventy six to seventy four and eighty four most recently in two thousand eighteen they finished eighty nine seventy three. They were in third place behind very good baseball teams teams in Houston Astros and the Oakland Athletics. Yes Seattle could have won more games you know when they could have put it together. They were just chasing it too much at the end the as got hot yeah astros were up as good as the defending world champion should be in the first half of their you know their raining season as champions your best player at this point Mitch Haniger you mentioned Iger. You're going to sell L. High on him. There's all kinds of theoretical trades moving here you figure G._N._C. Gurre is going to get moved. They picked up Carlos Santana that trade that said canot be asked to the Mats Jay Bruce Anthony Wars AC you know about these couple of prospecting including clinic and Justin done command. They're trying to get younger. They're trying to shed payroll. I think that they they are kind of in the situation in the Western Division that maybe Cleveland's in in the American League curious where you you look at yourself and you know that you're pretty good by. You know that what you've got isn't anoff in the various case. I think the goal is was just win. The division make the playoffs. If these fans opposed postseason game win the division. I'm not talking about. I mean if if you're GONNA play a wildcard game at least maybe try to play it up there at SAFECO SAFECO. That's a stadium of bench. I like it. I like the I like the downtown Seattle area. I do not like driving in Seattle that that's not an indictment on all of Washington state of unlimited trips to the north west of actually we've done quite a bit of driving across the state of Washington and I'll tell you what if I think you'd have a second home in addition to the oasis sear enough Phoenix Arizona I I'd love to live up in northern Washington right right near the Canadian border right on the <hes> on the Coast Bellingham about what you know I just get away. I go to Huskies Games. You know I got a lot of errors games because I'd be living there in the summertime because you don't live in Phoenix awesome summertime if you've got other options as far as watching the mariners yeah. There's you know there's a lot of consistency route. Seeking the suspension was a big deal so he he goes back to New York. Not exactly the same kind of pinstripes there and the mariners are just again. You know the the mariners have have a lot conflict you. I think the you know the grip is always. He's a mirror at your history is probably the mariner just because he didn't eat at Abby Jersey. Change didn't change laundry. It's the only thing that you ever know him. As you say is baseball player you also say that he is a Seattle Mariner. Each euro unfortunately were other laundry. I remember the Ichiro crazy I mean they are so much a one and they were in the in in two thousand small however the two thousand one is the pinnacle because they move on from a rod they bring in this import each euro and I remember being over there in Seattle. Unfortunately Mariners were on the road the entire time I was there and to make it worse the day after I flew home. I think I've on Monday or maybe even a Sunday the Monday or Tuesday after that A. Rod and the Rangers come in to go into <music> SAFECO at that point it will safeguard I've ever being down by the puget sound and safe goal was billed bought the huskies. Pardon me the seahawks were still play still had to have been playing. I guess it could have been the king dome. We know that they ended up at Husky Stadium there temporarily in maybe that's the time line that I'm thinking of. We're GONNA talk a little bit of huskies football 'cause. I think that it's a fascinating history. I think that it's very difficult to win in the PAC twelve when you're not one of those schools in the city of Los Angeles and you know that's the challenge with Seattle being on the West Coast. Is You know they're just so far away from everybody else. Has the Sonics comics you had that <hes> you know you have the blazers right there in Portland. It's a long haul to oakland or eastward to Minnesota but Seattle great with Ichiro. They had a great season and then they couldn't fit and that's that's a tragic -cation sports. You WanNa remember these teams great seasons but they got to cap it off with that championship. I'm talking to you. Golden State <hes> all right. 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sounders of the major league soccer in each of its ten season it has reached the postseason on the cup in in two thousand sixteen and then don't ask me for details on this but i'll say that they want something called the supporter shield in two thousand fourteen and the us open cup in nine ten eleven and fourteen regarded at least according to wikipedia as one of the most valuable franchises i think that's a cross soccer of course drew carey paul allen among the owners of the team and they play they play right there at centurylink field there in seattle remember there was a major leagues or major indoor soccer league the m._i._s. l. team from tacoma that would come into play leave the cleveland force ooh shared a home with the cleveland cavaliers there in richfield ohio <hes> just just a little stupid aside there but you know of course when you think of seattle back in the day think of the king dome i think chuck knox yes i think dave craig john williams kurt warner steve large ed you're brian bosworth was drafted to the team cortez kennedy was a great player for the seat chickens there and i only say see chick it's because fans of that team refer to them as such just thinking back you know they they made the playoffs a few times in the a._f._c. west with chuck knox but they went through some head coaches you know they they went through tom florez who else went up there to it's killing me it's killing me i'm going to have to look it up and come back to it and circle back to of the other head coach that didn't win anything before mike holmgren game on mike holmgren came along and he had shaun alexander and he had matt hasselback agai that he was familiar with and he did something to make it work and you'll you've been you so you see that that being the potential model across sports teams that don't want to draft a quarterback themes that are ready to win now they don't wanna wait for development they don't wanna have to train up for a high traffic they're gonna get a guy like that they're going to get a guy like kirk cousins they're gonna get a guy like case keenum and they're they're going to try to win with that type of player dennis eric's that's who it was eric city again coached right here in my backyard for a few years at arizona state you know you'll you'll remember improbably from the u. or at oregon state you know what if you went to the university of idaho right there next door to pullman washington in moscow ah you'd know dennis erickson has ties up there as well but <hes> as far as being the goja the head coach of the seattle seahawks <hes> three thirds and a fifth place finish out of five teams in the a._f._c. west so it got better with with andrea coming over there in one thousand nine hundred ninety not too far removed from a championship with the packers in nineteen ninety seven we just just three years later because it was you know jangling ninety seven i remember that particular superbowl because that was that was the one that desmond howard won the most valuable player earlier word and that reggie bush proved reggie bush reggie white prove that free agency can get you a championship in the n._f._l. that has rarely been supporting with a big-name signing in a super verbal happening but you know it happened for reggie white and it happened several years later of course but he you know he won a championship we're not talking about the green bay packers it's just there's a lot of roots in the seattle seahawks that come from the green bay packers i would say the p._d. would say the carol when he came up from u._s._c. <hes> in some ways that you know he really oh he reinvented the wheel i ever really gauge what for what type of town that seattle ettelaat lewis you could say it's a baseball town with phoenix for the longest time i think that you would have said it's a college sports town and then you will maybe the suns at one point i'd say that the cardinal took backbite i'm not sure that they're going to hold onto it this is n._f._c. west you gotta keep on winning it nobody is over nobody is overwhelmed by what you what you did three five years ago n._f._c. west titles <music> are virtually handed out seattle guy wanted seven nine once upon a time now to be fair to be completely fair i did not expect them to beat the new orleans saints i did not expect marshawn lynch did break off arguably the greatest run of all time <hes> hard to argue that was the greatest postseason run of all time with the football and and you're going to remember that forever for seattle you'll remember that almost more than the interception at the goal line in arizona against the patriots you'll dwell on sometimes will dwell on the side eggs if you're old enough to remember yelled at one of the title back in seventy nine maybe you don't dwell on losing the team as much you know i i wonder if that's true i think the the city seattle losing the supersonics losing sing the national basketball association to oklahoma city of all places when they were promised one thing and you know over promised under delivered that's what the n._b._a. that's what stern did that's what the owners of the n._b._a. for the cleveland cavaliers but i know that dan gilbert being in cleveland we has to know that those those wounds were still rashes seven this is a team that just drafted kevin durant the team that had nicholas this is a team that was about the draft russell westbrook ray allen who they gave the gave gave him to the seattle supersonics are pardon me the boston celtics remember supersonics good for the sake of the second and they were so fun to watch it was so fun to watch gary payton and shawn kemp back in the day rain man western conference basketball you care about these east is all about george i there are parallels to be had there it was all about jordan but there were the rops tickles i'm not gonna make a seattle losing sonics about james they at least got to see lebron and wade in yao ming dwight howard play are double check that and make ensure that howard when he was with the magic actually played one game that they played in the keyarena every year and that's always the argument oh we don't have anywhere to play we need the fans chip in you know it's not just the fans taxpayers here she's the fans you don't eat that up in ticket prices it's a hey work there's gonna be a day t- percent premium on our tickets so that we can pay for this arena so the people that enjoy it can pay for this arena and that's the that's the big debate with publicly funded arenas and this is ultimately the reason that the browns leave cleveland this is the reason that the sonics go to oklahoma city and another existence banishes you imagine that the m._b._a. would do seattle like they did the city like the n._f._l. the city cleveland even the age of the cleveland by giving them number one overall picks year year after year during the absence of lebron james as the cleveland cavalier seattle hasn't gotten that kind of redemption i mean they get they get it comically i guess with this n._h._l. franchise and they're going to learn to be fan jason euell maybe they are blessed with good fortune right out of the gate that was bestowed upon the las vegas golden knights or maybe the other owners are barest by the immediate success of the gold nights they create rules that work against the seattle franchise the expansion franchise your call blue jackets took forever win a playoff game series again i think that that you know oh man state of ohio between the cincinnati bengals the cleveland browns and blue jackets zero advancement in the playoffs the last twenty-five almost thirty years seattle was that miserable down i mean when you consider the buffalo just got back to the postseason so that makes seattle team two thousand one a long time ago and there's been some there's been some great moments in between there's no denying that no no you have this great soccer team great city i liked state washington i like the city of seattle i the you know like the restaurant scene but you know cherry picking their day to day life is like yankee make references to kirk obey but you know again we're going back twenty five almost thirty years it seems like a cool place it seems like the fans get into it i would say the transplant fans ounce became a lot more vocal sets the seahawks go at you playoff year in year out near enjoyable team there is that <unk> unbelieving as the day is long i wish they would go back to the blue and boring in gray that was almost like that looked just the color scheme screamed seventies for the this the seafoam green it's just ridiculous gas to get rid of that what's your that i i i wonder if this thing with the seahawks costing for now you know it'll if it becomes a culture or only goes as far as the legion of boom m._p. carol sometimes it's better let let the pass dot you'll cleveland student should still be living on the dog pound in the cardiac hits as they have their own thing now the seattle era with twelve i get that at the twelfth anymore they heard the story when we were there at twenty fifteen taking a tour of law centurylink field techs say he had a somewhat of a gentlemen's agreement that they could both use the twelfth they had that a._m.'s reach the board of regents or whatever maybe it was the southeastern conference i don't know by dow whatever happened they they switch from being twelfth man to being the twelve it's one of several retired numbers for the check ins you've got kennedy easily number forty five walter jones number seventy one who paved the way along steve hutchinson for shaun alexander in that first super bowl run back in super bowl forty steve l'argent who became a congressman number eighty eighty that's retired and cortez kennedy number ninety six also retired by the seattle seahawks no shortage of great athletes to come through seattle by championships not aplenty not there mariners never you know you've got the you know what i read off of the two thousand sixteen m._l._s. cup for the sounders n._b._a. title from the sonics northern existence of nine of the n._h._l. it's an unwritten chapter in the book of seattle sports history and of course the seahawks fan three three super bowls one victory i think they'll take it veteran san diego san diego as one diddly squat my name's jeff rich this has been the seattle sports our sports overnight america brek it's squirts overnight america do you have a problem hearing the television do you need to crank up the volume so loud your family screaming at you then put on your tv ears t._v. ears has helped millions of people just like you to hear t._v. loud and clear without cranking up the volume for about sixty bucks with a thirty day free trial you can get your own senate t._v. ears when you wear tv ears you commute the tv volume for private listening or let others watch tv with you or in the next ten minutes and take us up on our thirty 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wanna rose bowl two thousand we're gonna go with purdue being on the other side line in that game and that was a pretty dark period with new heisel going eight and four at seven and six in his final two seasons there in two thousand one and two thousand and two and then i gave him keith gilbertson took over kept it afloat the first year that it was one in ten and this is familiar ground double digit losses for washington ever since then i will again to nine in his first year zero twelve in his final year never went better than five and seven in his four seasons coaching the husky football team st sarkissian turn around but <hes> seemed destined four seven and six eight four in his final season there before i down to u._s._c. and then <hes> crispier said her speeder said it's taken them awhile eight six his first first year in two thousand fourteen and then a couple of great seasons in the pac twelve asked for the seahawks you know they have their super bowl of the mariners need to get back they need to get the sonics back and they i need to get this team on the ice and i could name that seattle hockey team before they get into action i really loved them to give the grinders of good look at it gets a great name for hockey it gets seattle seattle's a great supports down thanks for staying up and listening this is bad sports overnight america on the sports byline broadcast network you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting live twenty for seminar newsfeed service getting newscast for thursday july eleven twenty nineteen i'm mike clifford oil production shutting down in the gulf of mexico as louisiana braces for what could be the first hurricane of the year also on our thursday rundown warnings about arkansas and a major earthquake zone plus boston bars raising money for reproductive health care topping our news the us energy industry has halted about a third third of gulf of mexico oil production and expects more disruptions as the industry braces for the first hurricane of the year that from c._n._b._c. they report the approaching storm which was still forming over the gulf wednesday was expected to head and louisiana by saturday dumping large amount of rain oil prices jumped wednesday by four point five percent per barrel on concerns storm will disrupt oil production and threatened flooding around the refineries in the area the national hurricane gained center is predicting the storm developed over the gulf and hit the coastal louisiana by saturday the storm to be named berry would be the first of the hurricane season and while people in some parts of california or dealing with earthquakes lately folks that arkansas arkansas may think they are in the clear but mark richardson has been talking with geologist who say that's simply not the case in fact large parts of arkansas fall inside the new madrid seismic zone a faultline that is produced some of the largest earthquakes in the lower forty estates while there hasn't been a major shaker in recent years martha copper with the arkansas geological survey says the new madrid fault is the most active seismic zone east of the rockies it's an area about two hundred miles long by about fifty miles was wide and it's located in southeast missouri's the southern tip of illinois western kentucky western tennessee in northeastern arkansas she says the biggest earthquake along the new madrid fault was in eighteen eleven northeast arkansas that quake registered a magnitude seven point seven causing major damage in a loss of life over the years there have been other quakes of similar magnitude in the region as well as smaller ones in recent years at least fifteen earthquakes have occurred in the past six months including one within the past week and residents visitors to nevada can get a close look at the closed anaconda copper mine your urinson that's as part of a free bus tour offered in three weeks by a group that advocates for clean water the progressive leadership alliance of nevada data is chartering a bus from reno on saturday august third district mcguinness is an environmental engineer who serves as a consultant to the arrington pilot tribe he says the public should be aware of the ongoing problem with arsenic and uranium at the site but we have precipitation into the online evaporation ponds we are still having leach into the groundwater in addition so much of the material has leach too shallow groundwater underneath the mine does it does continue to be a source combination addition to offer the area local residents in urinetown sued ep the company that owns the mine in twenty eleven and one in one thousand nine point five million dollar judgment the state took over jurisdiction of the cleanup during the sandoval administration and is currently monitoring during the groundwater complicating the matter is the fact that parts of the site are private property and some sections are controlled by the walker river pie tribe the barrington pie tribe and the bureau of land management i'm suzanne potter a link to register for the tour available on the facebook facebook page of the progressive leadership alliance of nevada and after a decade of work a bill to protect sensitive parts of the olympic national forest is poised to move ahead in the congress here's our take it off on wednesday a u._s. house natural resources subcommittee held a hearing on the wild olympics wilderness and wild and scenic rivers act it would permanently protect more than one hundred twenty six thousand acres of the forest as wilderness and nineteen rivers and their tributaries as wild and scenic the first river protections of its kind on the olympic peninsula tesla roy not runs the consulting firm l. d. not company and as a former timber industry executive he says protecting the olympics hiking fishing and hunting spots will offer a competitive edge for building the region's economic future not just the recreation industry itself it's the quality of life that attracts the unique people you need either retain in the communities if they're bright young people or attracted the communities if they're elsewhere decade hammering out details insured the bill wouldn't impact impact any timber jobs on the peninsula more than twelve thousand local residents have signed a petition supporting the legislation it's also gained endorsements from local tribes businesses and the mayors of towns such as aberdeen port angeles and port townsend and finally region the stanley tells us patrons of few boston area bars or making some physicians that are a lot more important than shaken or stirred local nightspots have been raising money to help organizations like planned parenthood in the yellowhammer fund and in response to the restrictive abortion laws being passed in states from the south to the midwest the barbara lynch collective owners of the bars drink and number nine park is the latest to fundraise cake gardner from the hospitality company says they were inspired by my another fundraiser at a summer wine bar which ended in may we felt strongly that the port can't start right at the beginning of a 'cause you need to keep up the momentum and keep up with support both financially and continue talking about it so we wanted to do something it was inspired by that but that would have she says the promotion known as sipping for sisterhood raise more than fifteen hundred dollars which will be donated to pro choice organizations those bars owned by barbara lidge collective jordan at least four other hospitality businesses and fundraising for reproductive rights so far together they've raised more than twenty six thousand dollars this summer i mike clifford for public news service we are member enlisted supported and you'll find us online at public news service dot o._r._g. eight eight hundred five zero seven eleven forty eight little to no cost with full insurance payment copan deductive supply promo subject qualification 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you're figuring out what the hell you're gonna talk about because sometimes it could be slim pickings tickets for the n._b._a. has been providing it it has been the breadwinner baby it has been putting food on the table it is putting a roof over the head is doing everything that we hope for when it comes to providing storylines in the world of sports russell westbrook birth traveling south down i thirty five and then make it a hard left towards the city at houston and we will talk about that the ramifications thereof chris paul who don't rent don't buy in the city of oklahoma the city because they're going to try to move as quickly as humanly possible i don't know how it's going to be done on one of the worst contracts in the history of the n._b._a. but we'll be talking about that we'll get into the rest of the national basketball association stuff is <hes> marcus morris is heading the knicks the spurs rescind their offer we will be chatting about that we're going to talk about who's moving where we talked about the western conference eastern conference we're going to talk about the overall impact of free agency in the national basketball association team by team we already started to do with a couple of teams we talked about the warriors re talked about the lakers we will get into your favorite team sooner rather than later as we break it down we're also gonna talk hawks from national football league team that's projected to be able to do things and go places in the no fun league is starting to have an issue because one of their key pieces is getting ready to hold out if that ends up happening that's gonna put the monkey into to the ranch the flying into the argument and all the other things that we like to talk about when it comes to bargaining in the national football league so we've got a big show out in front of us today let's step out right now when we come back more funding for volunteer here in the attack what a fly somewhere looking for cheap flights or 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bob black here on sports overnight america making the x. ray goes yep especially in this business wasn't back in the black you one eight hundred seven plays one eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine it just the n._b._a. n._b._a. is the league that just keeps on giving we were talking about the preview and i'll tell you something it it when you look at the landscape in the national basketball association man i i don't know who's going to come out of the western conference but i do no one thing it is going to be a slugfest from top to bottom and if you dig yourself a hole early in the season you know you talk about the regular season not mattering it you better make sure that you're at least in contention past the the all star break to get one top aide slots because if you dig yourself a hole or injury happens to your team where you get buried early you ain't getting out of it there were just too many damn good teams in the western conference there's real good teams in the eastern conference as well l. but the western conference has loaded up to the point where you look at them and you say to yourself i you know i don't wanna face them tonight we're going tomorrow oh dallas where our face spend the night either it there are so many good teams and out west right now at least on paper because there's a couple of guys that are injured and everything else that goes along with it there's no longer a big three basketball not any longer it's there are big twos in basketball and on these head to head meetings it's going to be all about what you're able to put around your basketball team as it looks like russell westbrook and it hasn't i've been finalized yet but they're going to get it done russell westbrook is going to go to the houston rockets for chris paul and the way it's going to play out is draft picks are going to be involved and you've got various different a whole bunch of flipping and contemplating doing this and doing that but basically what it comes down to it's going to be russell westbrook to the rockets chris paul's go to go to the oklahoma city thunder and they're going to flip chris paul if at all possible to another team i don't think they make this deal unless there is something at least in the works and probably in place to keep chris paul moving along like i said rent don't buy even if he ends up being in oklahoma city briefly <hes> it when when they sent paul george to the clippers for five first round draft picks everybody thought okay well that's going to enable them to rebuild on the fly we'll see whether or not they keep russ and if he ends up down in miami with jimmy butler so be it well he goes to the houston rockets reunited with james harden and oklahoma city still gets draft picks they get first round picks in twenty twenty four and twenty twenty six and then pick swops in twenty twenty one and twenty twenty five so i don't know if there's protection built in there because the twenty twenty one pick swaps the twenty twenty one in particular could be vulnerable and i would imagine that that one is protected because there's a possibility that okay see would be in the lottery yeah okay there we go protected one through flounce not unprotected all that much it's protected one through four and okay so you can swap the clippers pick or the heat pick so yeah it is actually it's very protected one through four houston can't touch it and then depending on where the clippers land or the heat land they can swap out there pick and still keep their pick so let's say it's a top ten pick and both the heater the clippers were in the playoffs they can take one of those picks that they have and i think as of right now oklahoma the city has like forty first round picks it's crazy it's absolutely crazy and they're going to rebuild this thing quickly you've got westbrook's usage which has high last year he averaged a triple double he goes to a team where both stars are very ball dominant so we'll see how that plays is out but the big difference here involving this team is that oklahoma city not only the hall that they made but if they're able to move chris paul along which i'm assuming they're going to be able to do probably the miami has completely rebuilt his team and they're gonna put it around the point guard gildas alexander and go from there they're going to be bad next year is there's no question about it they're going to be bad next year they're not gonna make the playoffs but they're going to be able to bring in piece after piece after piece they're finally going to be out from under salary cap hell with russell westbrook salary going bye-bye and chris paul's more than likely moving on and down in houston it it's going to be a fun team to watch because westbrook is going to be able to operate mid range to in the paint and he when he has the ball in his hand and he drives the paint nobody can stop them and if somebody's down there to stop him he's going to kick that ball out to james harden and james harden is going to have wide open threes it's going to be interesting to watch the defense is still going to be played by clint cappella and they are i i don't know that they're the best team in the west but there's certainly in the mix and you look at this team now and i i wouldn't pick against them like i said you look around and you say okay it night in night out it's going to be a slugfest doc fest well what better slug fest to get involved with if you're going to score points then the houston rockets this was also last go round for mike dan tony if he doesn't get it done with this team he's he's i'm they're they're they're going to sign him to a two year extension when it's all said and done he doesn't want to go into next year is a lame duck coach and it certainly understandable but you look at this team has constituted right now chris chris paul being gone russell westbrook being added they have eric gordon austin rivers gerald green iman shumpert the beasts kenneth read backing up clint cappella and p._j. tucker that's a well well balanced team you got guys play defense you have guys like eric gordon who could still shoot a three to complement james harden and now you're adding a piece like russell westbrook i mean that's that's nothing to sneeze at erik gordon shot thirty six percent from three point range last year and forty point one percent overall you know it it he doesn't get the ball that often it's all about james harden now james harden his average is going to go down a little bit but when it comes to being able to play with this group of players man i like this i like this a lot i really do <hes> you know capellas coming off a career year harden like i said still there i mean a man average thirty six points last year but you look at it and on paper at least and we'll see whether they're able to stand ended up because these guys are thirty years old now but it this is nothing to sneeze at i mean this is a very very good basketball team and russell westbrook is gonna thrive he's going to score a hell of a lot of points hardens average you'll canal a little bit but they're welcome each other to the team i think they're gonna have just an extraordinary season and it just changed the balance balance of power yet again in the western cops right when we come back more n._b._a. ready for this brief time out he got cutty i am black and you guys aren't so frankly get over it we'll be back right into the free time house he missed a rape out horrid gets can you believe it or in the paint gun foul by gram he got bumped rolling elaine up the shot bounced around a couple of times it drops here's westbrook got a little history just the way this is sports overnight america the attention to anyone that's written a book a wants to write a book the process is not that complicated take a first step even if you write a page a day you build momentum and your book will become a reality the hard part is getting it published 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to more over here these tax you yeah you know we talked about the fallout others trading there i i love it for both teams i really do with oklahoma city i look at it and look they've been a small market mir miracle people who forget the seattle team was getting ready to fold and the n._b._a. was not in good shape at the time data young star and kevin durant and russell westbrook could they drafted back to back and nothing else and seattle had a dilapidated arena they wouldn't build a new arena and they were in danger and oklahoma city and people forget this when the pelicans or washed out of love new orleans after katrina oklahoma city took the team in for a year show that they could support a major league franchise and then moved on and they moved back to new orleans and oklahoma city got rewarded with the franchise when seattle moved to- k._c. they've been a great and be franchisee a great n._b._a. n._b._a. franchise russell westbrook signed a long term deal with them when he had the opportunity to move on maybe he would have done it in hindsight but he was loyal to the city and we'll always be beloved there paul george did the same thing until he was enticed away to los angeles and speaking as someone who lived there for an extended period of time you know people talk about well how can they draw free agents and all this stuff i got news for you it's a great city there is plenty to do they have a downtown that is similar to the river walk in san antonio they call it brick town there's high in restaurants there's things to do there's a minor league ballpark down there that runs along the canadian river it's a great town i mean it really is and people are extraordinary ordinary there are just some of the nicest people you ever want to meet in your life and the cost of living is just your buck goes a big time way there including including putting the fact that housing there what you can buy a house for two million three million dollars there that would cost you twenty million in any other state so it it's kind of one of those scenarios where you know there's pros and cons but they are small market and if you're looking to dominate a little bit or have your name out there and bright lights you have the choice of being the big fish in a small pond or the small fish in the big pond as the saying may go because you go to houston it's still james harden and you go to houston it's j._j. watt and it's the houston astros and you're in a mix of a bunch of people doesn't mean you're not gonna get recognition it's she just said you know you're you're certainly in a scenario where you're not going to get the same stuff as if you go to big market now you look at this team is constituted right now it's going to be about shake yoga's alexander going about their dennis schroder shooter shredder schrader it's going to be about stephen adams and then Ball team that are not going to be there in a not too distant future simple as that and you know look it it. You're going to be part of dissolution of part of the problem but they have so many first round draft picks coming up that the maneuverability is going to be extraordinary. Does Danilo Gallinari stay on his basketball team hell. I don't know maybe does for your to. He's a very good player. It's not a great player but he's a very good player and they have some pieces but they're gonNA end up in a lottery. They're just not as good right now as the rest of the teams out west. It's just not going to happen for them. I'll be curious to see the development of Alexander because people think he is a huge upside and how veterans like Gallinari and Steven Adams respond to what's going on in Oklahoma City right now. It's like I said GonNa Win Games. They just can't out west. There's too many better teams but they're not going to quit on the season and I also think their head coach is going to come into play here too. Because Billy Donovan has walked a very fine line with Russell Westbrook over the years he inherited a star a dominant ball dominant star who doesn't play the style of basketball that Billy Donovan likes to play and Donovan supposedly was on the hot seat a couple of years ago. I didn't buy it for a minute because stabilization in the franchise instability overall is a hallmark of anybody that comes out of the Senate Antonio Coaching Tree or executive tree and it's no different in Oklahoma City everybody in that front office pretty much comes out of San Antonio. They don't change coaches CPAP unless they absolutely have to so what this younger basketball team and guys like Hamadu Diablo and guys like Alexander and guys like John Evans who was never really given a chance with the L._A.. Clippers and with the couple of veterans we're going to see it's going to be more of a billy Donovan team. He's going to get to coach youth and he's going to get to coach ball movement which was a hallmark of his teams when he was at the university city of Florida so I find this interesting I really do and I think it's going to be a fun ride. Don't give up hope. Okay see it's GonNa come around and you're GONNA be alright into long-term longterm now. We're talking about the fact that I was going to break down for you. Over the course of days weeks whatever takes headlined by headline how these teams themselves have done in free agency Dan the off season what they added what they didn't add and all this stuff well. Let's start up with Atlanta will run it down apathetically. We've already covered a couple of the Lakers in warriors but Atlanta is building themselves a team that let me tell you something down the line. This is going to be very very good team. They acquired Evan Turner in a trade. Jabari Parker gone now. They got your Parker up. Sorry two year deal drafted Bruno Fernando the big player at a Maryland Kevin Huytler is a budding star. de'andre hunter is a budding star. John Collins is well on his way out crab. They got from the nets nice solid guy trae young who finished finished second in the rookie of the year voting. I mean he averaged nineteen points a game and eight assists. He's no joke. Everybody was Luca Luca loca which understandably we saw the guy had a great year but I'll tell you something. Don't don't underestimate what they're doing down in Atlanta. They have a good coach. They've good management. Ownership is stable finally loyd pierce. Nobody would know him if they ran him over in the street but quite frankly he's a up and coming N._B._A.. Coach knows what the hell he's doing and knows how to work with young people this year they brought in some veterans good locker room guys to supplement what's going on. They're not there to be stars. They're able to be complimentary pieces to the younger players Atlanta's and is GONNA make a playoff run this year. What yeah Atlanta's GonNa make a playoff run this year? Maybe the eighth seed maybe the seven seed maybe they don't make it but I'll tell you something with additions like Cam Reddish fish and Bruno and the young core that they have you mixing some of those veterans. They're not going to be an easy out. They weren't last year for people who are actually paying attention. They were not an easy out last year and they're not going to be this year now taking it up to Boston and we'll do that on the other side but everybody's Caveat Boston as well as not being one of the Big Three in Eastern Conference and is Lee Corso says not so fast my friend and I'll tell you why on the other side but first visit to Tampico what Steph outright now we come back. Let's go to the beach in Japan. You're listening to sports overnight. Hey Hey bench. What are you doing? 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We've moved onto the Boston Celtics and we'll take another team or to go for before we go onto the no fun league <hes> like I said people are getting Boston out. Don't Danny ainge did something that needed to be done a year ago and he was going one more year with Kyrie to see if they could get over the hump they have rearranged the deck chairs. Gordon Hayward is going to be one year further removed from his injury. Kemba Walker is going to have control the basketball and they still have a really good young team. They lose Marcus Morris. He goes to the Knicks but they're going to be a very good team. They're big issue right. Now is lack of size and in position as basketball. They still need some size upfront. Robert Williams the third and this is the guy couldn't put one foot in front of the other last year. I mean seriously played eight minutes a game. They're going to need him to step up in a big way. They drafted him as a project out of Texas A and and the first thing he did was get in trouble but they're hoping that he's able to step it up a little bit they better hope big time because they're very thin upfront now. They added everybody's favourite center and his canter which is going to help them a whole bunch and the pick and roll but he doesn't defend so that's GONNA be a problem but they have a good young core on this team like like I said between Gordon Hayward between Jalen Brown between Jason Tatum you throw Kemba in there you throw Aniston. They're they're going to have some really high flying off it for Brad Stevens whether or not it stays on the floor or not and I think he's a key piece the same way Brook Lopez was a key piece from Milwaukee last year is going to be if he plays any level of defense now on the perimeter with guys like Marcus smart and Cambo who does play defense. They're going to help them out quite a bit being able to keep the point guards from driving the lane so it it Boston's GonNa be fun to watch. They're they're going to be very interesting to watch as are the Brooklyn Nets and I think we'll stop after this team and then move on but when you look at what they did and sure durant is going to be out for a year and Kyrie. Let's see how plays out but they added veterans. Everybody's just assuming that the Andrei Jordan's GonNa be the starter for this basketball team. Don't kid yourself jared Allen's the future at center this team the Andre Jordan is going to be a mentor and when they get into situations where war physical centers are playing the pivot. That's one of the Andre Jordan's GonNa come into play because when you look at what happened last year with the nets when they played The Philadelphia Seventy sixers Joel Bead just dominated the post he out physical jared Allen now jared Allen. It's six eleven in two hundred thirty seven pounds. He'll be up to fifty to fifty five by the time it's all said and done but right now the Andre Jordan's a man and jared Allen's a younger man. That's what it comes down to you. Look at the pieces they've put together. They still have Spencer Dinwiddie. They drafted Nick Claxton. They signed Wilson Chandler. Rodion Kooks not only a mouthful but also Bert very good offensive player. They have Garrett Temple. Carousel avert is a budding star I mean he dislocated his foot. Last year. He was on his way to really doing some special things. He's going to do special oh things with Kyrie playing next to him this year. He's going to be the starter and did what he's going to be the swing guy so they've got a lot to look forward to and that's before Kevin Durant gets back. I I think the nets are a playoff team is constituted right now. Go take a little while to fit the pieces together. They're going to feel the loss of Ed Davis but they've got a lot of pieces on their basketball team. That are gonNA come into play and guys is who should be role players like Joe. Harris are going to go back to the bench and give them a very very good second unit so we'll say it's GonNa be fun like I said we're gonNA take you through each team because there was a lot of movement and a lot of good with things being done in the world of the N._B._A.. So we're having fun with it. We hope you're having fun with it and you can chime in at one eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine now to the no fun league and I promised you this at the beginning of the show show. Melvin Gordon wants out if there's no new deal for the Los Angeles chargers. He said he's not going to report to training camp and he will demand a trade. The chargers are going to have to get this done. Melvin Gordon is an integral piece to everything that they're doing L._A.. They have a guy who could still chuck the ball in Philip Rivers Melvin Gordon's twenty six years old. He's going into the last year of his contract. The fifth year option it's worth five and a half million. They'RE GONNA have to sign him to a long term deal. It will at least get up to age thirty. Maybe thirty one you know he was injured his first year in the league and he's got some. I'm miles on there but I don't know yet. You cannot extend him now Bill Barnwell for E._S._P._N.. wrote an article saying why you shouldn't sign them to an extension but I'll tell you something he's been bell cow and you know something you look at this guy. He fumbled six times on two hundred seventeen touches as a rookie. He's fumbled only four times in his last eight. Hundred Sixty two touches in the last three years he catches the ball he blocks it has best year as a runner in two thousand eighteen but you also see the two we pay him for the extended period of time because puts him right up against the thirty year wall and this is a team that at it's a decision that all teams face the rams face it with Tom girly Todd Gurley. He got an extension. He now has an arthritic knee David Johnson's looking for an extension he got his. He's been hurt lady. I'm bell goes to the jets after sitting out last year. He got his extension. Let's see how it plays out with the jets it it these guys pushed the envelope. Push the envelope and it's very tough to justify paying these guys after they go through their fifty or their rookie deal because the wheels start to fall off this isn't be speculating this is reality and it's very difficult for running backs to get the kind of deals that they're looking to get and many of them become vagabonds now personally. If I'm the charges I give them the money and I'll tell you the reason why Melvin Gordon when you get this deal done with him I think still has at least three good years on maybe the last two years our back end and you're not necessarily getting the best out of him but for the three years involved I think you will get the best of Melvin Gordon the guy that you're looking at right now and this is where you're going to have to start going short. Term Deals is Philip rivers. He's in the last year of his four-year eighty three and a half million dollar contract contract. He gets a base of eleven million dollars. You know he signed this deal before the money start exploding and the cap one but after this year he's an unrestricted free agent and he falls into that category of here's a guy who has got some Mile John Obviously he's thirty seven years old. He can probably play until he's forty. But at what price do you give them three at sixty and guarantee all of it. It's probably the way I go or two at thirty five go to seventy and guarantee all of it. I don't know what he's willing to do and how long he wants to play. I mean it's tough to walk away from that kind of money but without Melvin Gordon Gordon on this football team you never running game and everybody thinks you could just grab running backs and they're there for you. Well Detrick News from Justin Jackson or ECK year. Eh Color are not putting the fear of God in anybody now. Eh Color had a good year last year. Six attempts for five hundred fifty four yards it was good but ain't elgort is a good backup. He's a good change of pace guy. It's got to be Melvin Gordon back there. If you're going to make a run this year and according to what San Diego wants to do and when you look at them with Keenan Allen and you look at them with Mike Williams and you look that first rate offensive line which they are this is their year. If they're going to challenge out West this is going to be the year that they do it because Kansas is a city. I personally think they're going to take a step back. Not a big step but a step because of everything that's gone on with their position players and you look at that San Diego Defense and how balance they are right now with guys like Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram is the year. Let's step out right now. We'll come back and wrap it up here in the attack. Don't go on attention business owners. Now is the perfect time to start saving money on your cable T._v.. Bill for Your Business we can give you packages with up to ninety gray channels and save your business at ton of Gash and if you call right now you can learn how to get free equipment and free installation. Now you have choices. It's time to start saving money on your cable T._V.. 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That's who've and if you're Spanish which I like but I don't have any regrets hats you WanNa Watch today because it's going to be fun Rafeh and Federer meeting again in the semifinals and it should be really really good women's final will be held over the weekend. Serena and hop will beat up should be a fun match as well but the big three for the men are in the Sammy's and it's going to be good time it really is their matchup. The mutual respect it goes along with it or always a big thing involving these two one will move onto the final one will not so it will be worth worth watching. We'll talk about it on Monday and have a good time as far as that goes in you know get more N._B._A.. Because it's the league that keeps on giving well that's going to do it for the attack. Hope you enjoyed it. Make sure you stay tuned for all the programming here on the sports byline. I live broadcast network great shutouts Scott cutty because we can't get it done without him and believe me. We really can't so enjoy your day. We'll talk again in about seventy two hours for Scott gutty about black great day everybody <music> where the rubber always meets the road. Actually I'm not even sure what that means speed radio network back at heart dot com service giving newscast for Thursday July eleven twenty nineteen. I'm Mike Clifford or production shutting down in the Gulf of Mexico as Louisiana braces for what could be the first hurricane of the year also on our Thursday rundown warnings about Arkansas and a major earthquake zone plus Boston bars raising money for reproductive health care topping our news. The US energy industry has halted about a third of Gulf of Mexico oil production and expects more disruptions as the industry braces for the first hurricane of the year that from C._N._B._C. They report the approaching storm which was still forming over the Gulf Wednesday was expected respect to head into Louisiana by Saturday dumping large amount of rain oil prices jumped Wednesday by four point five percent per barrel on concerns storm will disrupt oil production and threatened flooding around the refineries in the area. The National Hurricane Center is predicting the storm developed over the Gulf and hit the coastal Louisiana by Saturday the storm to be named Berry would be the first of the hurricane season and while people in some parts of California or dealing with earthquakes lately. Hey folks in Arkansas may think they are in the clear but mark Richardson has been talking with geologist who say that's simply not the case in fact large parts of Arkansas fall inside the new Madrid seismic zone a faultline that is produced some of the largest earthquakes in the lower forty eight states while there hasn't been a major shaker in recent years. Martha copper with the Arkansas Geological Survey says the new Madrid fault is the most active seismic zone east of the rockies. It's an area about two hundred miles long by about fifty miles wide and it's located in southeast Missouri's the southern tip of Illinois Western Kentucky Western Tennessee in northeastern Arkansas. She says the biggest earthquake along the new Madrid fault was in eighteen eleven northeast Arkansas that quake registered a magnitude seven point seven causing major damage and a loss of life over the years there have been other quakes of similar magnitude in the region as well as smaller ones in recent years at least fifteen earthquakes have occurred in the past six months including one within the past week and residents and visitors to Nevada can get a close look at the closed Anaconda copper mine your uring ten. That's as part of a free bus tour offered in three weeks by a group that advocates for clean water. The progressive leadership reliance of Nevada is chartering a bus from Reno on Saturday August third district. McGuinness is an environmental engineer who serves as a consultant to the aaronson pilot tribe. He says the public should be aware of the ongoing problem with arsenic and uranium at the site right. Well we have precipitation into the online evaporation ponds we are still having leach into the groundwater in addition so much of the material his leach too shallow groundwater underneath the mine does it does continue to be a discrimination to offer area. Local residents in Charleston sued B._P.. The company that owns the mine in twenty eleven and one in one thousand nine point five million dollar judgment the state took over jurisdiction of the cleanup during the Sandoval Administration and is currently really monitoring the groundwater complicating the matter is the fact that parts of the site are private property and some sections are controlled by the Walker River Pie tribe the Harrington Pie tribe and the Bureau of land management. I'm Suzanne Potter linked to register for the tour available available on the facebook page of the Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada and after a decade of work a bill to protect sensitive parts of the Olympic national forest is poised to move ahead in the congress. Here's our take it off on Wednesday a U._S.. House Natural Resources Subcommittee Up Committee held a hearing on the Wild Olympics wilderness and wild and scenic rivers act it would permanently protect more than one hundred twenty six thousand acres of the forest as wilderness and nineteen rivers and their tributaries as wild and scenic the first river protections of its kind on the the only Big Peninsula Roy not runs a consulting firm L. D. Not Company and is a former timber industry executive. He says protecting the Olympics hiking fishing and hunting spots will offer a competitive edge for building the region's economic future not just the recreation in industry itself. It's the quality of life that attracts the unique people you need either retain in the communities if they're bright young people or attractor the communities if they're elsewhere decade hammering out details insured the bill wouldn't impact any timber jobs on the peninsula more than twelve thousand local residents have signed a petition supporting the legislation. It's also gained endorsements from local tribes businesses and the mayors of towns such as Aberdeen Port Angeles and Port Townsend and finally Jen Stanley tells US patrons of a few Boston area bars or make use of physicians that are a lot more important than shaken or stirred. Local nightspots have been raising money to help organizations like planned parenthood in the yellowhammer. The Hammer Fund in response to the restrictive abortion laws being passed in states from the south to the Midwest the Barbara Lynch collective owners of the bars drink and number nine park is the latest to fundraise cake Gardner from the Hospitality Company says they were inspired by another fundraiser at a summer wine bar which ended in May we felt strongly that the port can't start right at the beginning of a 'cause you need to keep up the momentum and keep up the support both financially and continue talking about it so we wanted to he was inspired by that but that would keep up the momentum. She says the promotion known as sipping for Sisterhood raised more than fifteen hundred dollars which will be donated to pro choice organizations those bars owned by Barbara collective joint it at least four other hospitality businesses and fundraising for reproductive rights so far together. They've raised more than twenty six thousand dollars this summer i Mike Clifford for public news service. We are member and listener supported and you'll find us online <unk> at Public News Service Dot O._R._G.. Three seven three three an interesting show tonight. We've got some great stories to cover but that doesn't mean we're going to spend the whole time covering or stories. That's kind of silly. This show uh-huh is about open phone lines which means you can call in with any topic you like and we'd love to discuss it with you now. Please remember we are on a bunch of radio. Stations and radio stations. Get really angry area. We throw out the curse words and stuff like that so keep it clean but we'd love to engage in a conversation with you and by we I mean myself Chris <hes> Ian and nobody nobody the artist formerly emily known as rich Paul. It's true it is but one thing is just not gonna fly. Apparently in a Minnesota City Council meeting in that is the threat of my God listen to this. They want to do away with the pledge of allegiance now he mean Nice. I mean this is this is I mean George. Washington used to begin meetings with a pledge. I'm pretty sure wrong. The pledge was developed during the Cold War by a guy named Bellamy who was a socialist and the Cold War going on late eighteen hundreds a little earlier than that but not much actual back that far yeah late eighteen hundreds oh no dear was during the Cold War. They added the words under God right yeah. That's what it was. You're right it does go back further because my parents do the pledge but are answers and they did and when they did the edge did they properly did the correct they had all the students do the Bellamy we salute right now which was also the Romans which was also the Nazi salute so if you go out and Google say eighteen or nineteen twenties children pledge of allegiance agents salute you'll see a bunch of American children raising their hands saying. It looks like they're saying hi and that is that's the Bellamy salute to describe it F._D._r.. Our was actually a big fan of socialism in general as an economic arrangement now he wasn't fond of the of the <hes> of fat of the other fascist states but <hes> had you know his new deal was basically fascism. It was big labor big government and big business hammering out what was going to happen to the rest of us and <hes> the the moves towards progressivism the moves toward socialism really did began in the eighteen eighties eighteen ninety s you know it was the extension of the Progressive Movement and you know you've got <hes> famous leaders like Woodrow Wilson now very progressive aggressive <hes> Teddy Roosevelt wait what I couldn't have been right when I said that I just said a Republican and talked about progressivism. I am correct Teddy Roosevelt even after he didn't get the nomination nation he started the Progressive Party. A Progressive Party knows the Bull Moose Party. <hes> this was a progressive we would not have the modern movement had it not been for Republicans and Democrats and it's a it's a hard pill to swallow. I know people get a little upset when they hear that yes Teddy Roosevelt now big time. What Year did Teddy Roosevelt leave office? I want to say an nineteen o eight but I'm probably probably wrong on that. Okay so we'RE GONNA would've would've been directly before Woodrow Wilson think there. I think <hes> we had somebody else in there but my mind is foggy. I'M GONNA explain folks why my mind is foggy apparently alley somewhere in my travels I encountered a tick ticks. Carry this wonderful disease. I love it key lime pie disease only some ticks off some some ticks. I had to find the very special tick the just in that one that had this disease so apparently I've been diagnosed with lyme disease and it's messing with my vision and it's messing with my balance and you said you had nine out of ten nine out of ten symptoms. Yes less on the physical side more on on the <hes> mental. Are you trying to collect the whole set collectible okay. It's been interesting. I've had some noticeable difficulty with focus vision and then my you know it. It just becomes very difficult to get through the day at work and you know when I went in yesterday. You're asleep yeah now. Well that will happen to I'll tell you I can't get through a whole day without making gene some sort of a break and it just hits like it's it's not a fun disease that Zapping your energy basically yeah what's the disease. I Guess Alcohol Fund assise actually there. I'm not really sure what it does it. Does it all all at once. I it's not like I'M I've rapidly lose my energy throughout the day. It's just at some point you are tired and adjust exhaust yeah exhausted and there's a lot to say I mean I can keep talking but if I'm in the middle of one of these vie- just you know keep it up and I'll just eventually all need to sit down and eventually I'll probably lean back and then I'll probably fill Dr Stratton shop was the lovely sound of snores but I'm on on on the furred medication for this stuff so hopefully it'll and what is that going to antibiotic. Yes it's just a mass dose that you keep up for twenty one today's <hes> just <hes> doxycycline which is same thing that you know. They used to give kids for pets so hey. I'm hoping it'll it'll finally get rid of my teenage acne side perk work as you know that that should start to clear things up. I felt today. I felt much much better. A lot of those symptoms weren't there and that's only after a few days but later in the day this might be just be tired for all I know but let's get back to this get-well-soon. Thank you hopefully <hes> before the next break. This comes to us from Fox News decision to Nix the pledge of Allegiance Spurs U._S._A.. Chant at Minnesota City Council meeting of course of course protesters were out in force at Minnesota city this week upset over the city council's decision to stop reciting the pledge of allegiance at the start of their meetings. Finally the protesters have found something to be concerned with very ago states. The decision was announced by the Saint Louis Park City Council of course this appears to be one committee sort of like a park and recreations committee and of course everybody's in a big Hullabaloo about this this says there it's the city council is the city's name. I think I might have read that somewhere else. I may be wrong on that. Decision was announced by the Saint Louis Park City Council after unanimous vote on June seventeenth the amendment so the city is Saint Louis Park. It must be yeah. That's really weird strange team yeah okay population forty nine thousand Saint Louis Park or excuse me Minnesota they voted to amend <hes> amend their minutes and amend their processes amendments of the council's rules was characterized as an effort to serve a more quote diverse community <hes> quote. We concluded that in order to create a more welcoming environment to a diverse community where we're going to forego saying the pledge of allegiance before every meeting. That's a crappy reason to get rid of it. The best reason of course is that as you pointed out earlier so socialist pledge though I'm I suspect many on the city council are socialist so they wouldn't want to give that reason to get rid of this thing but it's interesting the responses that you get from people when you bring up the fact that this was written by a Socialist <hes> we have a Republican meeting that <hes> rich you and I have been attending here. You know really should hand out rex curry's thing there. That's a good idea a little bit of outside information for him because I had a brief conversation with the the <hes> she's the vice chairperson of the of the keene Republican Committee and she wanted to talk to me because I wasn't participating in the in the pledge of allegiance I was staying seated and some of the other the Republicans and the county group had I guess quietly complained to her about this and I explained to her briefly that you know part of the reason I don't participate is because it was written by a socialist and that it's a socialist pledge and of course her immediate response without having taken any real information in or anything like that well. She doesn't see it that way well whether you see it that way or not it doesn't change the facts and I've had the same discussion with with people in my town and the facts are right there in the tax that you're putting this collective elective nonsense before your individual identity that's indistinguishable from from the rats literally before God eight fifty five four fifty three. What do you think about the pledge gives a call? This is free talk live. Don't you hate that feeling in the pit of your stomach. When the police pull you over most people have no idea how to handle it properly and they promptly get fed into the municipal fee generating meat grinder or maybe recall that feeling you get when you go to the the mailbox and see one or more letters from the I._R._S.? You get a sense of impending doom. Don't you so let me ask you if you could learn how to use the law to beat the I._R._S.. 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We're going to forego saying the pledge of allegiance before every meeting Unquote Council member Tim Bronson said after the vote The story Continues Council members and Matvey who sponsored the rule change told K. A. R. E. Eleven. That's a T._v.. Station out there that she didn't feel saying the pledge was necessary especially great especially for non-citizens. I didn't even really think about this quote. Not everyone who does business with the city ear has a conversation is a citizen on quote. She said quote they certainly don't need to come into city chambers and pledged their allegiance to our country in order to tell us what their input is about a sidewalk in front of their own home unquote <hes> that's an excellent point. You know what does it it's just and and this is really the crux of the matter what what people that have an issue with a pledge have an issue with is you are being told rolled over and over. You must swear your allegiance to this country. Damn it or you're not patriotic. You must tell us over and over but you must reaffirm. That's the goal of this program probably true like if you don't l.. Swearing allegiance to the country could make a strong argument that you're not patriotic right. We'll check is this sort of mindless allegiance to a certain political system. That's not what autism back in the day was. What was it while the founding father said that if Patriots first duty was to get between the government and the people and fight the government if the government became <hes> <hes> became totalitarian now is the point of the revolutionary war and I mean maybe you wouldn't call it totalitarian today but it was pretty bad I would agree with rich that is more in the line more in line with their thinking according to their writings right but then we've been sold this idea hi Dea they redefine the word very are well Ian Fashion to mean what inset blind allegiance to the political system because that's what they really want from you right and this this you know it it reaches a city council missile? It reaches the N._F._l.. All the Hullabaloo about just you know whether or not g stand during the Star spangled banner because dammit you know people have been standing at N._F._l.. Games for one hundred years and how Oh dear this one guy not stan will that's all B._S.. Too because that started when in the two thousands right I think it was two thousand six two thousand seven the Department of Defense to the contract with the N._F._l.. That part of the condition was the N._F._l.. Would always play the Star spangled banner and that didn't happen all the time either yeah well the absurdity of you know. If I would say I would call my tribe. The hippie tribe and you know pretty much we you were one of two tribes that the <hes> that the Nixon administration was trying to get when they started the war on pot smokers so basically what they expect for me is that I'm going to swear allegiance to a government. That's literally at war with me. Ah I don't even know if that's legal. It's certainly not sensible right and the question is is it moral I find the pledge reprehensible. I don't think it would be moral for me to recite the play. When did you change your mind mind about this about the pledge? I followed this one for a long time really <hes> yeah I still would have more than likely been a sheep and followed along but finally just said you know enough is enough and that goes back four five years here <hes> eight fifty I five hundred fifty three. We're talking about the pledge of allegiance. We're talking about that great socialist diatribe that we are requiring people to say what about that eight fifty five four fifty free this is free talk live so the protection of life liberty and properties with free state price but it's it's an effort to move twenty thousand people who understand it's about demonstrating to the entire country yeah we can have a free market a truly free market and making just a great place to live. It's the world's largest fallen tourists libertarian community and it's it's only getting bigger. 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No sterling okay well then you wouldn't have the ability to grant that to a collective you wouldn't have you and ten other people getting together wouldn't be able to create a collective right to put a gun to my head had to take my money. Would you what we have government for. I don't know man it's something we've been saddled with for a long time. I think it's about time that we end. It's free talk live seven nights a week from seven to ten eastern live on the Liberty Radio Network at L. R. N. and Dot F._M.. You're tuned to the newest episode of Free Talk Live presented by Seiko Cei- visit US online at freetalklive dot com live eight fifty five four fifty free. That's our toll free number eight five five four five zero three seven three three. That's the number you call if you would like to Chad you want to be on the radio talk about some really interesting stuff. We'd love to talk to you by we. I mean myself Chris. I'm Ian and nobody formerly known as rich Paul plus. 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Five zero to get yourself a discount on freedom fest kicks off next week July I seventeenth through the twentieth at the Hotel Paris in Las Vegas Freedom Fest Dot Com Slash F. T. L. Coupon Code F. T. L. Fifty see there so here in New Hampshire. We have <hes> a little bit different system. I remember going in to register to vote and they said well <hes>. Would you like to register as a Republican Democrat or would you like to be undeclared. <hes> I'm like ooh. Tell me more about that one but that's it we don't have you don't have to you don't have to name many party that's true and and by the way <hes> I believe it's a plurality of voters in New Hampshire are registered as undeclared we <hes> we have the biggest party and correct. Nobody we just don't know who to send them to seven hundred miles send him to nobody <hes> but it really made me think about that and you know I've I've traditionally throughout my adult life voted Republican registered Republican for the most of for for most of my voting life and I hit a point where I stopped voting as much for the Republicans but I that was my default because the Democrats were lousy when they came up on the ballot. I never had a choice really am and to me when I say I'm registered as a Republican that almost insinuates that I I can live with all the Republicans policies and that's unfortunate. That's the part that really irked me. I just I couldn't get away from that and have you have you have the opportunity I- encouraging I'm registered as a Republican currently because that's the less primary that I voted in right supported Rand Paul but yeah I don't have any particular allegiance to the Republican Party. The Democratic Party seems to be slightly worse. Di Di originally came from the left to ever Terry Anisim not from the right so <hes> you know I I've never been fund of the Grand Old Party as workers to me. It was the party of Nixon and Reagan in the war on drugs. They called themselves a small government party but the most lows brutal of the nurse Ratchet State policies were championed by the Republicans so I didn't know what they meant by small government there. I hope we got some Republicans. Listen <hes> because I'm a lifelong Republican perhaps you you can explain to me how Republican <hes> Republicans won't they get control the White House increase the budget more than Democrats. Can you tell trump doing it right now but but I just like to know their their point of view you know how do you how how'd you correlate this the Party of small government of limited government do they even still say that about themselves so they do on the national level. I'm sure they I mean I think in in New Hampshire they do. I'm pretty sure Brinson statements from them here. That is going to be a little bit better than maybe some of their national <hes> comrades if you will I think they still tout that they still want us to believe. It and I'm sorry it's just not believable. Well I want to hear if you have Republicans GonNa call in tonight then I'd like to hear them explained to me if they do the pledge of allegiance. Why in do they know it as a socialist pledge and if so how can you be you know purportedly anti-socialist right like I'm just going to presume that you're anti-socialist but yet you feel good about saying pledge of allegiance written by one of them right very much very much <hes> something for the Times I mean that was in in the height of nationalism awesome? That's what that's what progressivism was really pushing and there's nothing new there. I'd then Hayek dedicated the book the road to Serfdom Socialists of both parties <hes> uh-huh and Ziang same thing. There's there is a time when Murray rough fired was addressing a bunch of Republicans and ended up walking out say you're all about just socialists and that again the road to serfdom <hes> superb book actually written for the British that was his audience. That's who he was writing for <hes> and it did very well. They did think it this book would sell anything at all but then wants to read in the United States that got picked up by Reader's digest who did a condensed version that really brought it into people's homes and people understood wow this socialism things <hes>. It's a pretty bad deal because you know back in well. How well did they understand because they haven't really done anything to stop it? No no but I think <hes> you know with that generation. That's cold comfort to know that somebody's read a book in knows a thing or two about socialism while it's on the rise all around us. I think <hes> during I'm I'M GONNA say the World War Two generations <hes> they understood it. It was spelled out very clearly for them in a road to serfdom and there were a lot of people that understood it but they also <hes> I think they they countered on our resistance to this sort of thing and they quit looking <hes> because after after World War Two and then going into the sixties you were award World War Two also gave rise to Keynesian economics and that's where you had you had cane's <hes> whispering in in Roosevelt's air you know telling them yeah but he'd been doing that since the Great Depression hadn't yes yes. I'm saying like the early thirties ladies <hes> into world war one or war. Excuse me that wasn't that long but keynesianism became Gospel and keynesianism was a governments wet dream. You know you can have all the money you want to fight the wars. You can every big project you wanNA promise tax payers to get you elected. Yes that's money. That's all spending and spending is good government. Spending is great for economies. This is what's being taught to who are college students now of course what he missed is that most government spending is not spent on producing something that can be consumed. You know I mean the people consume bombs die right and so the you know it doesn't it does not give the same benefit of the key to the economy having people given money for make work like making war than it does to pay people to actually produce stuff that somebody else can eat McCain's was most in the most important thing we could do in an economy is keep money moving its velocity of money. Money has to be changing hands and that's what keeps an economy strong which is B._S.. And it's been disproven has proven more times than anyone can account yeah the other problem with Keynes's he wanted to have the legislature that was basically working the printing of money like an accelerator pedal and they would never react. It doesn't make sense no they wouldn't. 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I am being completely facetious when I say that it sounds like the type of thing that Donald Trump would at two A._M.. In the morning tweet out out what is with Saint Louis Park. This is a confusing name well. I mean I could spend my whole day tweeting out stupid things that go on in America. I was going to say the White House but hey but in in this case some people did get upset. The council's meeting to reconsider the controversial change was held Monday as nearly a hundred concerned citizens waved American flags and chanted U._S._A. U._S._A.. In a bid to convince the council to reverse course before the change goes into effect next RAV four the end of life as we know it. I'd like to point out <hes> something here about the these protesters how many of these protesters bothered to get up and chance or do whatever protest he things outside of the city council at any other point whenever this council did all of this asinine things that city councils tend to do right but they're fighting for our freedom. Let's just the Council Council has actually done things that have taken away your freedom I mean I don't have to even know what they are. I just know because their city council that they pass ordinances that take away your freedom that restrict for instance your ability ability to grow alone. We talked about this earlier this week. Where grow a garden yeah you can't have a garden in your front lawn or whatever there's all kinds of dumb crap that comes out of these city councils but no these people had to wait until it was the removal of the pledge of allegiance a merely symbolic change their city council meetings? That's what spurred them to get out of their houses and come down and protests these people. It wasn't any of the taxes it wasn't any of the regulations it wasn't any of the asinine control the empowering of the police no it was this yep and he'd while these are the same people who value flags more highly than they value freedom yeah. That's exactly it again. More than one hundred people showed up. I'm looking at a picture of some of them. They brought in flies their flag. There's there's absolutely takes. Two people carry this flag. That's how patriotic I am. Mayor Jay Leno reportedly propose the decision be reversed arguing. It should be reviewed more thoroughly before vote was held while maybe proposed further meetings on the subject. That's what we need. More meetings more meetings. HOW PRETTY IT STOUDT wave flags? They shoot at task like the violence is not the answer. How about how about protesting the number of meetings? That's what I would protest about. Protesting the fact that the city council exists at all yeah there you go no decision was reached at the meeting on reinstating the Pledge Saint Louis Park is a suburb of Minneapolis and has represented in Congress by Democratic Representative Ileana Omar. I guess that's how she pronounces her name responding on Fox and friends I of course <hes> Wednesday Minnesota G._O._p.. Chairman Jennifer Carnahan said she attended the meeting Monday night and heard quote disturbing statements on quote from the Council members one of the Gentlemen Tim Brosnan said Ted evidently minnesotans upset because we are playing with the hallowed traditions that is in no way how people from Minnesota Seattle. I don't think so I think they sound like that. Oh Yeah what you senior. You're messing with our hallowed traditions. Keep in mind. It wasn't a bad foghorn leghorn. Yeah I'll say coming from the south comes from people all in government. That's my government by government voice. All sound like foghorn leg their results to again. They're treating this like it has been done for. You know time time immoral well. It has for their lifetime a more most of them. It has <hes> but it wasn't done. You know this this this misconception that Benjamin Franklin wrote the first pledge of allegiance and children have been saying it ever percents <hes> yeah that's not true. That's Bellamy who was a socialist had to wait till the progressive era to get a socialist to write something that would be more in line with Nazi Germany that is nationalism that that is what they were using to promote Chris. If people don't say the pledge will turn into a communist nation there you go see you don't WanNa Bunch of Communist to get in control. Do all you need to say the pledge of allegiance. We need to say that communist <hes> pledge of allegiance we need as trump said we will not this will not be a socialist country and we will defend that by reciting the socialist pledge loudly in every city council Seoul meeting from CD shining see see the the guy who wrote this managed to really pull the wool over people's eyes that make them think that it was something besides a socialist indoctrination pledge it just they like. I said the lady at the Republican meeting she was like well. I don't see it that way his brother Bellamy's brother wrote <hes> one of the best selling novels of the eighteen hundreds. It was about this socialist utopia where everyone got paid paid exactly the same and no-one looking backward. I can't remember the name of it. I want to look that one up. It's an interesting bit of history but this is this is the guy now when he started really pushing this flag thing was when he got a job as a flight sell it flags and then he proposed well every every every schoolhouse should have a flag then all children should be required to say the pledge of allegiance not to God not your parents not to whatever you believe God is but to the flag and what it represents one nation undivided undivided anybody talk as well. Yes thank you in <hes> indivisible this idea that you could never leave the country once it is started. It's just a load well. That's how they treat you. <hes> they make it very hard to leave. The United States not only physically but once you get out if you can physically leave if you can afford the plane ticket or the permission slips and all that to get out they still say you owe them Texas even if you're working in some other place in the world yes you know I just I. It's it's once you read it and I encourage everyone to take a fresh. Take a moment and read the pledge of allegiance and read what Francis Nsa's Bellamy was trying to convince you of read what Congress was trying to convince you of when it thought that this is what children should learn when they're very very young and they should memorize it. They would be required to memorize well. I've got a related story here Chris. I didn't know you were bringing this in but I have had this in my show prep for a couple of days and this one is about a flag that is flying over camping world and Gander R._V. in States Ville North Carolina and in this case I'm going to be defending the flag-wavers Nice Nice coming up for that should be a little different <hes> eight fifty five four fifty three. We've been talking about the pledge but that doesn't mean we can't talk about whatever you would like to talk about fifty five four fifty three. This is Free Talk Live Hi. I'm Derek J. to me. 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T. O. O. T. Dot L. Dot F._M.. I think you'll like it. You're listening to hurtling newsfeed. Radio Network Live twenty four seven heartland newsfeed dot com. I'm getting newscast for Thursday July eleven twenty nineteen. I'm Mike Clifford Oil production shutting down in the Gulf of Mexico as Louisiana braces for what could be the first hurricane of the year also so on our Thursday rundown warnings about Arkansas and a major earthquake zone plus Boston bars raising money for reproductive health care topping our news. The US energy industry has halted about a third of Gulf of Mexico oil production suction and expects more disruptions as the industry braces for the first hurricane of the year that from C._N._B._C. They report the approaching storm which was still forming over the Gulf Wednesday was expected to head into Louisiana by Saturday dumping helping a large amount of rain oil prices jumped Wednesday by four point five percent per barrel on concerns. The storm would disrupt oil production and threatened flooding around the refineries in the area. The National Hurricane Center is predicting the storm will develop over the Gulf and hit the coastal Louisiana by Saturday the storm to be named Berry would be the first of the hurricane season and while people in some parts of California are dealing with earthquakes lately folks at Arkansas may think they are in the clear but but mark Richardson has been talking with geologist who say that's simply not the case in fact large parts of Arkansas fall inside the new Madrid seismic zone a faultline that is produced some of the largest earthquakes in the lower forty eight states while there hasn't been a major ager Shaker in recent years. Martha copper with the Arkansas Geological Survey says the new Madrid fault is the most active seismic zone east of the rockies. It's an area about two hundred miles long by about fifty miles wide and it's located in at Southeast Missouri the southern tip of Illinois Western Kentucky Western Tennessee in northeastern Arkansas. She says the biggest earthquake along the new Madrid fault was in eighteen eleven northeast Arkansas that quake registered a magnitude seven point seven causing major damage and a loss of life over the years there have been other quakes of similar magnitude in the region as well as smaller ones in recent years at least fifteen earthquakes have occurred in the past six months including one within the past week and residents visitors to Nevada can get a close look at the closed Anaconda copper mine your Urinson. That's as part of a free bus tour offered in three weeks by a group that advocates for clean water. The Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada is chartering a bus from Reno on Saturday August Third Dittrich McGuinness is an environmental engineer who serves as a consultant to the ARRINGTON pilot tribe. He says the public should be aware of the ongoing problem with arsenic and uranium at the site of precipitation into into the wind evaporation ponds. We are still having leach into the groundwater in addition so much of the material his leach too shallow groundwater underneath the mine. Does it does continue to be a source accommodation to the opera for area local residents in Charleston sued be the company that owns the mine in twenty eleven and one nineteen point five million dollar judgment the state took over jurisdiction of the cleanup during the Sandoval Administration and is currently monitoring the groundwater complicating the matter matter is the fact that parts of the site are private property and some sections are controlled by the Walker River Pie tribe the Harrington Pie tribe and the Bureau of land management. I'm Suzanne Potter A. LINKED TO REGISTER FOR THE TOUR available on the facebook page of the Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada and after a decade of work a bill to protect sensitive parts of the Olympic national forest is poised to move ahead in the congress. Here's our take it off on Wednesday a U._S.. House Natural Resources Subcommittee held a hearing on the Wild Olympics wilderness underneath and wild and scenic rivers act it would permanently protect more than one hundred twenty six thousand acres of the forest as wilderness and nineteen rivers and their tributaries as wild and scenic the first river protections of its kind on the Olympic Peninsula Roy not runs the consulting silting firm L. D. Not Company and a former timber industry executive. He says protecting the Olympics hiking fishing and hunting spots will offer a competitive edge for building the region's economic future not just the recreation industry itself. It's the quality of life life that attracts the unique people you need either retain the communities if they're bright young people or attracted the communities if they're elsewhere decade hammering out details insured the bill wouldn't impact any timber jobs on the peninsula more than twelve thousand local residents have signed a petition supporting the legislation. It's also gained endorsements from local tribes businesses and the mayors of towns such as Aberdeen Port Angeles and Port Townsend and finally Jen Stanley tells US Patrons Winston few Boston area bars are making some physicians that are a lot more important than shaken or stirred local nightspots have been raising money to help organizations like planned parenthood and the Yellowhammer Fund in response to the restrictive abortion person laws being passed in states from the south to the Midwest the Barbara Lynch collective owners of the bars drink and number nine park is the latest to fundraise cake Gardner from the Hospitality Company says they were inspired by another fundraiser at a summer of a wine bar Dr which ended in May wait felt strongly that the port can't start right at the beginning of a 'cause you need to keep up the momentum and keep up the support both financially and continue talking about it so we wanted to do something that was inspired by that but that would keep up and she says the promotion known as sipping for Sisterhood raised more than fifteen hundred dollars which will be donated to pro choice organizations those bars owned by barb religious collective joy at least four other hospitality businesses and Fundraising Raziq for reproductive rights so far together. They've raised more than twenty six thousand dollars this summer. I'm Mike Clifford Public News Service. We are member enlisted supported and you'll find us online at Public News Service Dot O._R._G.. It's eight fifty five four hundred fifty free. That's brazened freedom. That's eight five five four fives Jeez. He and I just stumbled through our phone number eight fifty five four five zero three seven three three. That's it you got it. Robin Williams used to say sorry rented live tonight. We're dealing with neurological issues so that's made for an interesting show for me. Hopefully I haven't tanked anything too badly. I'm doing fine. I'll try to keep it together <hes> and see where where things go. This is our number two hour number two of three. We do three hours of radio every night of the year almost every night. There are a couple of times seems like <hes> coming up Ian Marker going to be traveling out to Las Vegas tease recover freedom fest. Are you guys going to be doing live broadcasts from out there. <hes> we will not be live. We will be recording recording. It's just easier to do it that way. Yeah that's that's all right and so sometimes like that <hes> when he's at when they're adding event they'll record the show because they can then you know you can get some of these great names that are going to be out there and put it all together and you can listen to it that night. Although we are in afternoon drive drive out there when we're live four seven nonspecific times we wanted to do it live with probably get away with it but we'd still likely be there like two hours after they closed the thing for the day right. You know 'cause a lot of your typical convention. The I usually don't have convention speeches much later than five in the afternoon. Everybody wants to get to the how how shall we say the refreshments afterwards. They'll have like a dinner right like a banquet dinner or something fancy like that and then we're sitting out in the hallway all by ourselves you know while everybody else is in the dinner back on your Radio Radio Monkey Yup. That's it but that's all right. It's it's good. I'm just anxious to see who you get on as guests because they're going to be some great big out there. Yeah we'll find out and some mumber old friends of the show and it's always nice for you guys to catch up with them and see if they've got anything new to tell us that he'd and stay tuned for that also coming up the the flag-waving story I promise but first callers we're going to go to the phone calls elsewhere. We've got Patrick in Virginia Patrick here on free. Talk Live. What's on your mind Mar.? We're doing very well except for the disease but he's doing pretty good good considering he has lime disease besides being brain damaged over to here and he goes out there in Las Vegas today. Forget don't forget the casinos but in ambler I might go walk through it and yeah. That's that's about what I D. Well coming out that <hes> down here in the in the Chesapeake Bay in the Atlantic <music> Ocean Naven <hes> that wasn't a few drownings down here and earnings per. Perhaps this weekend <hes> <hes> a rabbi was helping out <hes> having class down at the beach and <hes> two kids wouldn't water and drowning in Detroit. He went in to the kid out but <hes> he never surfaced again just like maybe make sure I'm understanding you hear so a rabbi was giving a service on a beach. Some kids were having trouble all in the the <hes> the waves the rabbi then rescued them somehow but yet didn't manage to come out alive right yeah but they they even tell people about the rip currents down. Here's you know sometimes moderate and other times they won't be so bad and he probably got stuck in one of them. We're currents and had no idea how to get out or did his body wash up. Has he been found his this corpsman found no not yet not yet but the the coast guard and stuff called off the search like four hours I mean how how far do they go out. How far how many miles you know do they think you really have to search the water? Eventually he's GonNa wash up on shore somewhere and the thing about riptides I mean they will move say down the coastline <hes> say five ten fifteen miles before you're close enough where you could swim back in so. Oh where he is likely not where he's coming back out so that's some nasty. Some some families going to show up on at the beach one of these days. They're going to come across a nasty surprise he was he was a well known rabbi to this area born men or won't Borman someone. Take your word for thanks for sharing the story today man appreciate it. Yeah that's sad it is but this is this is the time of year when we get the drownings stories. When can we get the shark attacks stories and you know it makes you wanna stay in <hes> in a pool going out to the beach is a risky proposition? You'll either get hit by a shark or it. By a stingray. My Dad got hit by a stingray wants down in Florida and they say you're supposed to shuffle your feet to kick up the the sand to make them go away like get get them away if they happen to be kind of lurking right or whatever <hes> 'cause you won't see him in a lot of cases and he says he was he says he was even doing you know the stingray shuffle and it's still got him and that that barb was pretty dug in was pretty nasty crikey now yeah it's it's a shame and and I and jellyfish I guess the the treatment for a jellyfish. Is this urban legend. I don't know how it's true so yeah. You got that yeah you get supposed to do. I I chemical reaction which there's some kind of a caustic really in their venom. Ho Yet counters interesting. My brother got one of those in Mexico down the phones where we got Simon Cullen in from Nebraska Simon. You're on free talk live. He's listen tune in the tune in APP assignment. What's on your mind guys <hes> only healing and <hes> the problems that we do have though on the border is a uniquely because you're arts of unique process and I think that you guys do stand that an influx of being Maine's people will well? I'll tell you what happened to me. <hes> I work painting and and you say we'll find another job learn to cook. Whatever I don't know but I I was paying? Hey and I'm I five eleven but <hes> I got <hes> I mean I mean I was actually amazed. <hes> there were stay Mexican guy that got higher. I don't know what was I gonNA my business. I don't care but anyways also working on an eight foot indoor out. I have to drive around a four foot ladder. You know you thought this guy comes in walking around on. You can't speak English but this guy's walking around on Khalil Driving Stoltze. I it could be that I I mean. I lost the job that <hes> I I'm not I can't work the cold so this was a hat. Have you heard of drug drywall drywall stuff. So what you're saying is they don't sell them. They only sell them to Mexicans. No no no he's saying. He doesn't feel comfortable on stilts right like he couldn't do the job. He felt like he was out dated. Lucky your boss ended up the smarter employees you could figure stilts out Bro but the you know they took her jobs. I know that's kind of what we're saying and all and sounds like he deserved it mad yeah yeah. He beat Gerin Square. We'll do what we what can we do to fix learn stilts bro we do we need makes murder. Americans who can master still really don't know you're there is a problem if the immigration speak can take Johnston taking job the problem violence yeah. Have you seen a doctor an inner ear problem. Maybe Lime Disease Yeah. They could be lyme disease. The green walking on stilts is is practice practice. 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That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three you can call us and get on the air. Talk about what you WanNa talk about. We bring in our own stories because it is a conversation starter but we would much rather talk about what is on in your mind and what interests you but I got a fly waiver story coming up to you. Do we started talking about the pledge in the first hour. I figured this would be a nice follow up for it but what we are in studio live tonight. The we is myself Chris I'm in and nobody formerly known as rich Paul to what's this more flag-waving says really turned into a flag episode well. I said I was going to go to take the defense aside because the first hour there was this city in Minnesota that was getting rid of the pledge of allegiance from their city council meetings. There's all these upset people who showed up with many large flash showed up with flags and I've seen pictures of these large some some of these flags took two people to carry them in. We're GONNA talk about an even bigger flag in this case in States Ville North Carolina the story from Fox News Dot Com over camping world and Gander R._V. in fact they say here. It's a question Russian because the North Carolina city is locked in a letter of the law battle with the R._V.. Company which proudly and defiantly is flying. It's massive forty by eighty foot American flag camping World C._E._O.. Marcus Tesla Mundus told W Jay Z. Y.. Quote the property. That's their belongs to us. We pay taxes and the size of the flag isn't hurting anybody. The city of St Spill filed a lawsuit against camping world located along interstate seventy seven because the flag the company flies outside is in violation of a Flag Ordinance City Ordinance <hes> how what it's too big. The city said they approved a permit for camping world all to fly a flag just not as big as the one camping world permit to fly. Are you kidding me absurdity well. The name is states bill the irony. If you need a permit to fly Korea flag don't fly the flag overthrow the government. It's Kinda like everybody talking about. I had guns but I lost him in a boating accident. Stop Stop if you've if you have to lose your guns at a boating accident. It's time to get your guns and Llamas said the city's attempts to get him to take down the flag is nothing more than quote bureaucrats trying to control the size of something unquote well. The problem became the problem came in when the bureaucrats tried to successfully control the fact that you could even have a flag in the first place to try to tell somebody what they can and can't fly on their own private property the the problem. was you begging for the permit in the first place. I'm glad to see him refusing refusing to obey at least some of the details of the permit at least he's he's putting down his foot and saying you know what it's my flag off flies larva flying as I want but in my opinion key never should have even asked permission to fly the flag in the first place agree with that. I want to go down there and fly a bigger and cap flag with no permit now. That's a tough jolly Roger. Hey Forty by eighty foot. I want to be clear here. This is the same show we spent the first hour making among somewhat making fun of the fact that every flag-waving Gosh Darn American is all upset and over this town not saying the pledge of allegiance. We're the same people that are now defending. This person's right to fly flag is busy wants without a permit. Are you getting what's going on. You got a socialist pledge that everybody has the right not to say they don't have to say it and I'm going to defend their right not to say Dan and if somebody wants to fly a the biggest American flag they can carry we defend that too because we defend the idea of private property and cheese. It's just if you WANNA be a you know Patriot. That's your business. If you WANNA wave all the flags and put all of the colors up and have your bald eagles and everything as long as it's your property you should be able to do what you want. I think you should be able to but I'll also say that we've reached our our government has reached the point where being a patriot and then being a flagwaver are pretty much <hes> incompatible. I would agree with <hes> a true. A true Patriot should be opposed to today's government okay but what would that Patriot then be in favor of if you're opposed to today's government does that does. Are you suggesting that a Patriot should mean something besides opposition you know should it be something positive besides Sam against dwell so it should be for the for the liberty of his neighbors stood to live their lives and for his own liberty to to live as life now. There's a reason that the constitution doesn't have anything about flag regulations regulations and how big they can be in it because they wisely saw that it was not a role of the federal government's. Come down on one side or the other. This is just something people do now. Did they specify a national anthem nor today specify a pledge of that stuff none of it later but what they did do was they said these rights are reserved for the people or for the state's now states can do some stupid stuff and they do constitutionally they can do some stupid. You put stuff but the government doesn't even federal government does even let them have their own chance at doing stupid stuff well. There's a petition and this story here in north. Carolina petitioned the businessman from the R._V.. Park created or obvious R._V.. Sales I think it is as quote good way for elected leaders to see how people actually feel unquote had more than one hundred forty thousand signatures as of Wednesday and <hes> nearly all the way to its one hundred and fifty thousand signature goal. I suspect this has in getting signatures from outside of States Ville because I think that's more than the population of States Ville. He says this is about more than just a flag. This is about our veterans military in the men and women that have sacrificed for this great country but I'm still bill on his side. Does this nonsense well. I got bad news for the owner of this camping world if it comes down to it if the city decides they want to do something violent about this and because that's usually what happens if you don't obey their demands they will send men with guns many of whom were those very same military members that he's claiming sacrificed for the country that has states Ville as the city where the city bureaucrats rats are telling you what you can and can't do with your flag because it's one thing for a city bureaucrat to sit in their office in issue edicts and other thing with men with guns show up in an armored personnel carrier to rip your flag down from the flagpole. Put you in handcuffs and throw you in the clink please. Somebody film that I've got to see that <hes> yeah you're gonNA. You'RE GONNA call on this city that the people that are doing this. They're going to call call the the boys in blue you know the thin blue line crowd our former military yes and they are going to come and take away your freedoms. Oh and I apologize. This sexiest. Somewhat old article came out this year. It is this year but it was from Mace. I wonder if there's an update because the last part of this is really interesting. He says the While campingworld preaches patriotism states phil's trying to hit limos. That's the owner where it hurts. The Wallet States Ville is now trying to find the R._V. Company fifty dollars for every three day. The flag is flying outside of city ordinance retroactive to October he says I don't care if it goes to five hundred dollars a day. It's not coming down. Bring it on now. That's the kind of talk I like to hear that we do eight five five four fifty free. What do you think should local governments? Tell you how big your flag can be. This is almost perverse eight fifty five four fifty. This is free talk live. 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Thank you just confused the hell out of a lot of people I know the pledge of allegiance has not been around since George Washington it has been around since Abraham Lincoln. It hasn't really even even been around since William Harrison didn't come into being until progressivism which was eighteen eighties eighteen eighteen nineties <hes> when a avowed socialist name Francis Bellamy wrote this thing and everybody got up arms now that people are threatening and I hate to say it Republicans it's Republicans that are defending this long standing socialist tradition and you've got the president saying we're not going to be a socialist country. We'll just say the socialist perjure Luke Pledge of allegiance and now we're off to rally or off to <hes> North Carolina and camping world is that at the name of this place now they're arguing about how big a flag can be in town. Government seems to feel that it's their their role to define how big a flag not of the town but a flag of the U._S. should be Chris. Yeah it's Ian and the nobody formerly known as rich Paul so then the story we have here about this flag in States Ville. North Carolina came from originally back in in May of this year and I'm thinking well all right. Let's see if there's an update on this case. We ended up discovering that the sky is apparently a reality TV star the owner of the R._V. Dealership <hes> Marcus lemonis Nisa television show called the profit which I've never heard that before but I don't Watch T._V.. So that's probably why but in updated news coming out of is it spelled Piero P. H.. E. T. or zero F F._I._T.. U. F. I._T.. Only one F- okay slopes dot COM has an article about this which they actually interviewed Mr <hes> what's his name Marcus lemonis The C._E._o.. Of camping world old and that's when things get a little more disappointing because there was the tough statement that he made at the end of the Fox News article that we read where he says I don't care if it goes to five hundred dollars a day. It's not coming down talking about the daily fine signed the city's been hitting him with it's fifty dollars a day at the moment not until you pride his flag from my cold dead hands yeah unfortunately the full quote here according to Snow Pts and this is what he allegedly told snow pts by phone quote. We will not be taking the flag down under any circumstances zero. None never going to happen. He later added quote. You can make the fine five hundred dollars a day one thousand dollars a day five thousand dollars a day. I'll just pay it. It's that important to me and that makes me feel like not as enthralled or enthusiastic about this person. He should've said where here's where you can stick your fine yeah. If you bend over all make my first payment right now. <hes> I mean look. I don't know how many are teased. This guy is selling on a daily basis but I suspect five thousand dollars a day is not I mean that that's probably not what they're pulling in but I don't no I mean maybe if you sell one day. You'd be making that much money. But how many R._V.'s do you think these guys sell every day. I that's a pretty big hit. It is a huge dealership at I remember driving by saying in this flag. When I was actually when ironically ironically enough I used to drive by when I was but lagging because I drive from Michigan down to down to North and South Carolina and when was this this was early two thousand so this guy's flags up that long the sound some more recent occurrence really this is from this year I I'm just saying that flag has been there for a long long time in that dealership? If I do remember seeing a huge flag down the eighty foot but it was big north and South Carolina I mean you you pass a lot of flags. Maybe you went through states. Fill those specifically. I'm pretty sure that he's right out on. I forty or something right. I thought I said Yeah I don't know I thought it said I seventy something but anyway. It doesn't matter either way seventy seven yeah think it's that I seventy seven well. This guy's got a hundred and eighty stores <hes> and and this is headquarters the vast majority are the same size as the one in states <hes> good chance you did see one of his places. There's a number of cigarette outlets. Let's see states fail if I remember correctly so I've got another another update here <hes> this is from the States Ville record and landmark which is the the newspaper there and it's about a vote vote where apparently the proposal was made to increase the size limit for flag so in relation to the them coming after him because remember he had applied for a permit right to have a flag but then put a flag up that is larger than the permit allow they don't. They don't let you have that much freedom. That's right you can only have <hes> forty by eighty freedom. Remember it's not too big won't freedom and remember if you're if you're asking for permission. It's not freedom despite mayor Costea. This is an interesting last name K. U.. T. T. H. Cutter Kosti cutter cuts to cut. I coulda wow despite mayor cutters expectations in May states bill city council in Gander R._V.. Will remain at an impasse over a giant American flag after councils three to five vote refusing to increase the size limit for flags on Monday City Council Meeting Council members Steve Johnson John Stanford and CEO Jap Johnson voted for the amendment to allow forty by eighty foot flags council members and then they named the other ones who voted against the amendment which so it was five voted against three voted in favor of increasing so they've got a defined amount of freedom you twenty five by forty is the maximum is the amount that you can pay to get a permit so oh you can file your flag. That's right guarantee has doesn't come without a permit. That's correct so they'll probably going to do that and then they're going to unfortunately inform him of Ood I'm sorry but but we also have a flag pole ordinance chance and that's not going to be big enough flagpole. You're going to need the super jumbo flagpole to fly that flag so you need to apply for a new permit for that council members for and Against Amending the amending the flag ordinance dredged up the five year history between Gander R._V. Formerly Camping World and the city of St spill quote. This guy that is Marcus lamarcus had had abused this town and scam this town and I just don't think we ought to let him get away with it said Roy West ask who is one of the counselors who voted against the increase so this this doesn't sound personal now. Does it quote camping world has just camping world has just not shot straight with us from day one and I think we're setting a horrible horrible precedent precedent by letting someone come in here and violate our ordinance while we made a compromise Jeez other council members echo the desire for gander are Vita follow an official process of requesting the ordinance be changed rather than calling for national response to the the city's ordinance on social media. They're tired of all this attention they are. I'm sorry Bait when you call attention with that damn social media things get done. People get embarrassed that people get made to look like fools and unfortunately fortunately <hes> just like keen with that restaurant story. Please tell me ended his statement with you will respect by thirteen. I got work coming up here from these <hes> fools on the state's Ville City Council about this flag ad I for one want to hear about it. We also have some calls. 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Which is where you went wrong in the first place but then again that's typical business owners because most of them don't want to fight the government? They you know you feel like you can't fight city hall. I mean we've all heard that statement made a lot of cases true. He's not gonNA take it. Even if it means. He'll pay five thousand dollars a day what he said he'll pay the fine what they are because that's how important it is to him to have a forty by was thirty eight foot. I think flag it's shady yeah yeah but the point is you don't need permits. There's nothing in the constitution while you do if you WANNA keep a armed gang from coming in busting in your door tearing your flag down and putting you in handcuffs and throwing you you wouldn't do a cold cell permits for the same reason you need to pay protection money to the mafiosi APP and to be be set by that particular gang of thieves. I don't advocate violence. I just don't telling again violence and self defense. I do too and I'm GONNA go out on a limb and say I would advocate that these guys you you good southern boys. Pick up your deer rifles. Pick up your A._R.. Fifteen I know you got one. I know you got one somewhere. You probably got a Barrett fifty caliber. Pick that up and stand up when they say you are not following. You should say this is by permit. <hes> this is it. This is my permit. How badly do you want to remove this flag bag? Well let me tell you it comes to threats violence in this story. If you want to get to the calls we can do that and then come back to <hes> stick to fill in this nonsense because these these city councillors. They got some more tough talking to do here. Who can hardly wait I? I can hardly wait to hear from Tom in in New Hampshire Tom. You're on free talk live. What's on your mind well? There's a big story going around about the Florida sheriff's deputy and even reason magazine got a confusing <hes> headline on it. They didn't get the rest of the story they fail to meant. It's like they don't grasp is one thing about is. This deputy arrested after planting drugs on innocent people well. How many times does it? How many times did he do this a whole bunch of times but the thing is that there are saying that these particular defend drug defendants were innocent as if there was any other kind of drug defendants I mean there's another customer who WanNa buy it doesn't make you any less innocent and there will the true that these ones are innocent so the the headline is technically correct but it just failed to remind people Tom? I'm doing that to innocent people. We only want our police to plant drugs on guilty people would that make it all better of course that wouldn't make well bringing up a cocaine dealer when they <music> seal the cocaine and put the innocent cocaine dealer and handcuffed and haul them off to prison. That's just as bad to use a little of that cocaine the part that they didn't snort they do use that to set up other people well. They're still innocent people just because they're selling cocaine to customers WHO WANNA buy it innocent of actually causing any harm to another human being. They're innocent of hurting using violence against other human beings. They're just providing product to other people who've are consensually purchasing it and there's nothing wrong with that and they should be left alone question on the other political issue right now. Donald Trump wanted that citizenship ship question on the census form and you got to remind people that there is no such thing as citizenship because you I mean you cannot put it on a scale and see how many milligrams that citizenship is like you can't. Let's say with a drivers license ways exactly the same. Well you take a driver's license. You put it on a scale is exactly as many milligrams whether or not they waved their magic wand and said that it's no longer magic and and when you have it in your pocket that you can drive a car legally and unless you crossed into a state where they've revoked that license and it's no longer magic once you cross that line on the map but there's no such thing as citizenship. It's just a bunch of documents it that these people are sitting yeah. That's a great point. I'm glad that you brought it up. Thank you for the call tonight. Tom The claim that anybody is a citizen is is total bunk and it doesn't take a whole lot of research to really figure out why that is all you have to do is look up the definition of citizen go ahead and pull it up. You can pull it up in a legal dictionary. You can pull it up in the dictionary Dick's like the normal dictionary so either one. It's going to have a very similar definition and the definition is one who owes a duty of allegiance. It's in return for an obligation of protection. That is what a citizen is hasn't Supreme Court repeatedly real ruled that the police have no duty to protect that is exactly where I was going to go next so all you have to do is look for search for no obligation to protect and you will find Warren Versus District of Columbia and several other court cases from the Supreme Court <hes> where the court has made it crystal clear that the government has no obligation to protect you so therefore if citizenship is what is defined as and of course yes you know legal people. They're all about their definitions. If citizenship is an obligation of <hes> excuse me duty of allegiance and return for an obligation protection if there's no obligation to protect the deal is null and void not that we ever agreed to this deal in the first place but even if we had agreed to the deal it's null and void because they lied. They don't have an obligation to protect so therefore you have no duty of allegiance no citizenship. It's all bunk now according to Boulder border terriers if you're not a citizen anymore you don't have any constitutional rights while they're wrong about that too because rights are an idea that are good for all human beings in the entire world natural rights. Yeah Jefferson would agree with the lights or something that we agree on because it is valuable because they are a good idea because they help help. Humans get along better but we don't even agree on them. We just have them there the natural rights we have to agree on what we have see. That's an interesting. It's a debate that I have with Melania one of our other hosts sir. She sees the nap as being non-aggression fixable. The non aggression principle is being something that you can reason from as a you can just take take it as a given and the the problem with that is nobody there. There's no source so you don't know exactly what it says right but what is the source of a natural right to Self-defense. I I didn't grow up and suddenly at some point if somebody gave me the right they said here. This is you're right. I possessed that right before I read anything about the Second Amendment. Though Second Amendment didn't grant it is a restriction on government supposedly to keep them from infringing upon a natural right well. The source is one of two things it's either God or from the mind of human beings now. Someone say there's no difference between those <hes> but that's a different more theological discussion that we can have there but either way not every human being obviously agrees agrees on what those rights should be talked to your typical status and they will have a very different viewpoint on exactly what rights are and what rights should be respected <hes> but we can continue if you want we will we'll talk about the flag-wavers as well because the city council in States so we gotta get to these guys. They're so much I I think this is now. My favorite states bill other bro so stick States Ville States North Carolina oh well but in either case it's a good story working to get to the end. This is freetalklive. Would you like to hang out with Penn.. Jillette keynoting freedom fest this year I for one in thrilled freedom. Fest is the largest liberty oriented gathering in the world. 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