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"john taylor" Discussed on Niner Faithful Radio
"So i don't think it's gonna work But patrick willis and john taylor got into the forty niners hall of fame that was announced during the state of the franchise of chapin Last week I believe or like last week garlic a little bit before And so they both did interviews inside them for this week so it has something to talk about And stuff so. I watch vocal on this morning just to kind of get a refresher in both really good. patrick willis talked about The sm like if he if he remembered when he last wore the jersey like the first time he will report Jersey in the second time he wore Blossom your jersey hammered. That had a little bit about that. He talked about they asked him. About warner andrey greenlaw. And how. They're like a good deal linebacker. Do in how that change and he said he really think they're playing really well and relax what they were doing. inside He talked about his feet a little bit and stuff which Always forget he had a lot of feet problems on. He mentioned that Quite a bit Iras how big of a deal. That was back then But yeah he. I guess he had to get a surgery on one any just kept having like bunions on his toe with big. Tell what he uses a push off of And stuff so. He said he had had a lot of problems And it was really hard for him. I'm during the time But yeah i mean there wasn't a whole like there's a lot of cool stuff on it but a lot of it was just like reminiscing about the days. I didn't realize he was a cowboys. Fan growing up. I didn't realize that because you mentioned that a couple of times. He said it was weird. He got draft like it was weird to being opponents uniform and he was playing but he said it felt right He talked about Some different things just like they ask questions on receiver actually played a video. Might be are now. We're going to get audio. That s the problem Comment we never got audio on that other little video. I've played I did turn up the volume I don't think i could all the way it's going to destroy my ears because it's going to go through here So yeah. I don't know and i don't want unplugging want wanted to be like a weird echo because i do have the for To monitor the stream do twitch so yeah That is pretty much on patrick. Was he talked about some other stuff. he's having his own business now Name and stuff like that in this. What he's been up to now in They asked about. It just has about a random lot of random. Stop if lead game every show Playing here About a lot of different lot of random stuff Whatnot man. He was so good just watching him. I just kept thinking about having bowman playing linebacker position. There were just so good as a duo is crazy They did ask about Well speaking a little bit John taylor because john taylor other interview To a bit Did ask combat john taylor. Because they were interviewing him next and unresolved interviews and stuff and He he just had a lot of respect for him in a lot of fun Talking about that and how would have been cool to be teammates of him and stuff in Just watching him go. 'cause like the all know the big names here like joe and steven jerry and stuff like that So he's always like well. This guy's also really really good And stuff like that. So it's pretty cool yeah Men i really wish like i could play it because it have been so much better to kind of like react to it. There's don't remember All the questions Pretty simple pretty straightforward He's just he's in a good Seems like he's in a good place now. he He got. I guess he got the phone call that he is going to be into When he was flying somewhere and He missed the call from jed which i thought was pretty. Funny that I guess he got Tax or something in Is up and got roped into what was going on so i thought that was very funny. what else They just reminded me how much. Sometimes i miss them but he was really good. They'll get wrong. I love the group. We have now but man when having bowman that defense something out sometimes They're so good Yeah i mean nothing to to to crazy About him that we could talk about Now did they ask you about no. I only be active about Trae i don't think so. The ad they ass. John taylor road trae yet. Actually get answer Actually like taylor with a little bit of a better more lively interview. Been well as well as bad. But you could tell taylor was a little bit more comfortable in the interview That would have more accepted. I didn't know So i like that whatnot Yeah i mean that was pretty much willis's interview. I mean that into crazy They i mean he just. He remembers it Rumors his career obviously in his all that stuff in he did a good job and he has his own business now on. So he's doing it i do. I do think. I still follow him on instagram. He has imposed he post. But like some of it's always gets lost in the instagram algorithm crap. So i don't see a lot of what he's doing But yeah he's been. Yeah you just been chilling on basically so Yeah i guess that's really it Her.
"john taylor" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"But stand-up comedy since the seventies and how it's evolved going to be a fun conversation in till then. I'm at Napa over the mileage. Thank you, and have a great rest of your day at 5 noon at Good afternoon. I blame em, you know. And Thursday, we will go off the evening being mean to me. Blue Cross Blue Cross and Museum moving back home really dead in the mood and when you took you off, you know you've got and the way home.
"john taylor" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
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"john taylor" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Want that that to end right? Absolutely. I'm with you a hundred percent. I find great as I mentioned several times now Redemption and inspiration to keep keep the fire burning and keep the creative juices going in your story and I hope my audience will to the book just call log. Pairs with life the website is past with Life. Net now. I know you do a podcast to I want to briefly mention that before we say. Goodbye. Now the podcast what what is that about? What the subject matter of is it basically about Paris with life also, it's yeah. It's staying quite on brand the podcast is called pairs with life sucking basically, it started out being in this kind of funky wine podcast where me and my co-host would take very long life circumstances and pair them with wine. So we would talk about our divorce and and we pair that with you know, a particularly high alcohol content Cabernet an off-and-on involved from there to you know, mostly be about my Rambling on about life and you know different perspectives and the wine that pairs with it. So I try to pair a line with what I'm talking about every week and it's off the next episode that drops next week There's the Halloween episode and I found this woman on Instagram who is probably the only woman repairs wine with goth music and so she's so she's coming on but she came on the podcast and we paired our top four favorite goth songs down with wine and I never was a Wine Drinker in my life until covid-19 and one night during the podcast instead of having iced tea or something. They decided to have a glass of wine and drink three glasses or later still on the same podcast. I was drunk and and then I did it for about three weeks straight and wage. Basically with the cheapest like Supermarket wine, you know that but I enjoy my little too weak why no fast. I was like at the beginning of covert and then I realized this stuff is it's not going to end soon. I can't just become a drop dead drunk why no, but so can you recommend a wage? Um a good wine for a guy like me who's just like a I'm sixty-one years old and loving my time being a podcast host now instead of a radio host and wage kind of still playing in a band and stuff. But now also getting back into comedy and writing and writing a lot and going to be publishing two books probably within the next six months or so. What's what's a good wine that goes with my life. Wow. Well, that's kind of a it's kind of a sparkling wine life right there. That's always the champagne life with with all the excellent things that you're doing. But if yo, You know something you just go pick up a at a grocery store know I don't want grocery store what I want. I want to get a good wine then then then that you do need to go with bubbles and Nicholas we got champagne. Okay. It's f e m i l l a t e Nicholas forgot what's great about it is that it's readily available but it's not quite a grocery store champagne. It's a champagne champagne meaning it grows in the Champagne region of France. There is no substitute for gray champagne and it doesn't cost an arm and a leg so that's my that's my kind of stuff when your book is closed off, you know of any any special event and you'll love it and and you know French wines low-alcohol, you know, you know, so for guys like us or like I had I gotta keep it a little bit on the down-low. That's a good dog. To right? Well John, I wish you a lot of success continued success with the book and the podcast and everything else you're doing in life. And I hope your journey continues to be a magical as it is as it has been since nineteen eighty or whatever probably even before that. I didn't get into your childhood stuff, but I'm suspecting there was some probably some adjusting stories and they're too now listening to your your full adult life, but I appreciate your time. And again, I wish you great success and thank you for coming and the door is always open here or ever want to come back. I think you're a fascinating conversation of fascinating story for people to really kind of get to know and just much appreciation. So really appreciate it too and thank you so much for having me on the show has been great. It's been great conversation. I really.
"john taylor" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Twenty nine years and you know with me from the start and we met in college and she knew that you know, this was my dream and and what it would entail. So I was I was being an adult and yet had this total half-baked adolescent Rock fantasy that I was also, you know, I'm doing and yeah, it was it was hard and you know, my brother's older than I was two years older than I am and he was in the same position and the other guys were comparably aged so we were all song. You know when when things finally broke we were all kind of facing that you know that the harsh reality of okay now it's time to go on the road for three hundred days. Bye-bye to your families. And here we go. So yeah, that's a young man's game and it's kind of a hard life if people have never done it. It's a call me easier when you have a record company backing then when when I tried to do it with as a very independent ridiculously idealized young man young living in the back of an eating fish out of a can that's exactly what we what we were doing when we when we left when we finally left La where like we are we are never going to get signed here. We are we're never to make happen. So we start our own little record company and we put out our own independent CDs and we did this tour Circuit of the western United States just over and off. Universal we'd be out for we go out for a week and we would come back for a couple of days and we go out for another week and then come back for a couple of days and exactly which we got ourselves a Ford Econoline van. We couldn't get the model that have windows. So it's the list pedophile van and you know, we're working twenty-hour days right? You say you you drive eight hours to the gig you play the gig you pack it up at 2 a.m. You hop in the van you drive to the next gig and we don't have Roadies don't have any of that and it is exhausting and you're you're yeah, you're living on fast food and everyone smells and yeah it is it is tough is top and even though we got signed very company was like, oh here is your boss because you know, they they are like, all right, you know, see we'll see if you get a bus or right? Yeah, I bought School Bus once but that's a whole I try to you cuz I was inspired by The Partridge Family for some reason. I don't know but when I tried to live that life, I got a great education and well I had an education in it from when I was a teenager, but drugs and alcohol and all that kind of stuff but wine was never known never really part of this stuff that I got educated on journalists. Were you drinking want old Winder? Did you have an interest in wine this whole time or when did that kind of become a part of your interests? Yeah, we developing interest and why and you know, when we were on the road was all about gin and tonics or or write off that Daniel tell me what you left what it's in the rulebook, right? So but it was crazy because you know, you know where we are all bunch of dead. You know potheads right? But the more we worked the last we parted because it's like we can't keep up this pace if I wasted right? So is the exact opposite of of all these other guys, you know who it was it was like, oh the more the more successful we became the cleaner we became hysterical but no way to do it, you know, so I started I started getting into wine, I guess, you know in my in my early twenties but not in like a really crazy kind of like, oh, wow. This is a hobby is something I really dig but it was a kind of a slow Evolution and I always like when I moved we moved from Los Angeles to the Bay Area San Francisco. I got you know, I was closer to all the wine countries to Napa and Sonoma and so that was always a fun, you know get away to go up there and you know, it's beautiful and yep. Is this line and you know and it appealed to my artistic sense. It really did of like look how esoteric this is is just grapes off yeast and that's it and you have all these different, you know flavor profiles and smells and everything that can come from it the Artistry of it really started to appeal to me off and that just kind of grew and grew and grew and when I got married I had an opportunity my parents were very generous enough to give us a honeymoon to Paris. So I got to go to Paris and super eye-opener. That was a major eye-opening experience of the most gift. I want I want to move next five people. They they really yeah, they blew it out for us and it was great. And so yeah, I just you know Paris is, you know, France all about weinbaum. Sure, and and so it was a super eye-opening experience and sort of a Quantum Leap into what I was doing and you know discovering the the differences that occur from a varietal a varietal and region to region and you know again it was just so you know just such it was just such Artistry to me it definitely is I live in I'm not sure are you probably aware of being in the business and all but I live on the North Fork Fork of Long Island, which is Wine Country it definitely you know involved in so but so now tell me you're in the band and tell them about the the thing that broke your heart or when the band broke up. How did that happen? When when when when it came to an end? How did it end? Yeah, that's right. I could be its very own podcast actual. Yeah. I know there was an unfortunate an unfortunate series of circumstances that led to always if commands to my birthday. So I will tell you one there were three major ones. Okay, leave a quick run down to one or two in the beginning. We were supposed to get to Atlantic want to rush us into the studio get the album done within a month and then put us on the road with Stone Temple Pilots. So the whole idea was that we were going to get the album done in time to join his own Temple Pilots in Tokyo and go on a nine month world tour with them. Yeah, and that's how we're going to break the band because the guy who signed us had signed Hootie and the Blowfish and the way that he broke in the Blowfish was just put him on the road forever. Okay, and that finally did it. So that was the plan for us and we were in the studio. We finished the album, we're ready to go and we got while and has his first heroin bust right Hollywood. Yeah, and they cancelled the tour and that's that so our album was shelved for a year before it came out again off. Are you still mad at him? Oh hell. Yes, you know I wouldn't expect any less. Thank you for your honest answer on that but continued wage or a couple of other incidents of that, you know of just that unlucky Ness that that occurred with a final one kind of being this that wage. Um, so when a record company is going to put out an album they do a test single. Okay, they just send us what they think is going to be the first single to a bunch of record companies and say or by bus stations and say what.
"john taylor" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"I stopped it was Saturdays and we would just planned on, you know scaling back from seven days a week to five days a week because the host was getting quite burned out and off so about about three or four days ago. I was contacted by a couple of publicists all at once several posts actually three or four of them, and they wanted to book some The program and I said, yes, and here's the the detail, please no weekends and then every single one of them said about Sunday. How about Saturday? How about my initial reaction was? No, I wrote in the email original email no weekends, please and they came back. Well, how about Saturday man? And at some point rather than coming off as a total jerk because I always come off as a jerk and emails. I'm hypersensitive to that. I just said I didn't want to keep on back like read the part about know how long weekend please should I just said, okay, so we are actually booked up on weekends Saturdays and Sundays today have three shows. It's not just a Sunday through Thursday 1 p.m. We have an 8 p.m. And then I have a 10 p.m. Here on the East Coast tonight 7 p.m. With the fabulous Joey Keener. We're going to review the history log. Comedy that they left out of the Showtime special on The Comedy Store. So we're going to talk all about that tonight. And I'm kind of excited to have them there. You might notice my God. My voice sounds a little strange little nasally today, I think. They say, you know, the human body is mostly water. I think my body is mostly knows and I'm having some I'm having some serious allergy issues today. It's not cold. It's not cocaine if you hear me sniffing, it's simply the change of seasons in my you know, my daily battles with different sneezing fits and things like that page. Mike go away during the program. Hopefully it will I have to start with this product demo that I have 4 days left 4 days. Thank God for days left and and is the light at the end of the tunnel as you know about seven hundred years ago. Chris burrous was here with me on the program promoting this my vital see which is now this is not a paid advertisement or sponsorship in any way. I want to I want to make that very clear but he was touting this product and one of the benefits he claims. His product provides is in Chrome. Longevity how much you say 90% or more essentially saying that it will double your life span. Well, well well well as a matter of skeptical claim on my part. Yes, I'm very skeptical. I don't see any hundred forty hundred fifty two year old men walking around which is 7276 you double at and you come up with with Incredible numbers. You don't see people walking around so we can't really prove that in any real sense of but it also makes other great claims about how it'll improve your health. For instance. It will give you more energy healthy sleep better make your voice really deep and so and what was the other Clarity of thought now Clarity of thought is another one that's highly subjective girl who who really is cognitive of their Clarity of thought. Oh, I'm thinking really clear today or am I I don't know can be you know, you notice how clear I'm thinking. I'm not thinking very clear at the dog. I'm not speaking very clear. I know that so I'm skeptical of the product and Chris said well, how about this? How about you I'll send you a bunch of the products for free you try it for six to eight weeks haven't bought the program will review your results. And I said sure why not that sounds like a good idea not knowing I was tying myself into doing this on the program and and taking up several minutes of the program every single day off. But the reason I do it on the program is twofold number one to remind myself to do it because I feel like if I didn't do it on the program, I probably forget and then the whole experiment would be for naught wage and the other point is to have some video evidence that I actually didn't follow through with it. So I'm going to do it now really quickly. I know you're sick of this whole thing. I'll try to get it over with as quickly as possible. Now I have to take it with the chase trip. That's a mental. Excuse me, because it just tastes awful. It just stays got off. I'm sure there's no wine that goes with them and we'll get more into the wine discussion in in a moment. Hopefully folks. So that's it. So Chris will be back with me on October 29th, Friday or Fridays 30 Thursday losing track of the day at 1 p.m. On October 29th. Chris will be back and we'll review my results had some positive. I will I will kind of be a little bit of a spoiler but not necessarily a Believer now that I'm going to live to a hundred fifty-two years old will see I'm I'm already took over a hundred though. So, you know anyway my sponsors today mybookie.com my book. Is one of the most popular and trusted brands in the online gambling Community. It's Sports wage. Offers an incredible variety of sports from American Staples such as football and basketball to International Sports such as cable, which I have no idea what what that is rugby and Cricket it even off his wages on entertainment and politics. Yes politics and simulated Sports video games such as mad and 21 and NBA 2K 21, if you're looking for a job or on your favorite TV show you can almost certainly find it on my book. If you want to wager on t v shows. Wow. My my bookies Casino options are as young people as their Sports books. 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Thank you new sponsor there might booking.com my guess today, you know this this program started as an experiment in trying to wage they set the the dreams that people have and living your dream and and the things we go after and my guest today has had a one of a life similar to mine off things have happened started out chasing a career or an idea of what you want to do with your life and things happen to change your mind and you kind of get off into different khong Native flutes. Am I guess today has followed a kind of a similar path then that I have John Taylor who is out in what? I like to call Napa Valley Napa Valley out in California. John Taylor is founded. It was a co-founder of Papa late nineties band called The Uninvited who's self-titled debut album in nineteen, ninety seven respond to top 100 hits, and he toured nationally with Dave Matthews Blues Traveler Third Eye Blind and many other acts their music appeared in age to be shows Beverly Hills 90210 and party of five and in the motion-pictures The Commandments and north beach today, John is the author of three novels including the athletes need to pass with life, which is released by herne Publications in September of this year. Ladies and Gentlemen, please open your ears. Open your mind and help me welcome in John Taylor to.
Stamped On The Phone
"Hi, it's pretty globeop. Give that few minutes that I can explain to you that an inside story. About stamped. I'll make it a topcoat audio clips. They can hear it over there episode five to seven and on talk about it during audio Mo- here on Lima and on other goods social networks. Because in two thousand seventeen I started. Getting advisories through good reads in through some other deep dies. and. The end of ACP names stamps. Give it a top prize for outstanding literature and. I've had it on my. GotTa read Realis- Since then. The books by Lebron Mix kindy. I have discovered. There's a back channel conversation about stamps. It's something. That Ray Gerard would have resonated with and then during a phone call. I had with Paul Manny the book itself. Start agreeing to me on the phone in the middle of call that had with Paul. So. I thought it might be worthwhile to take the exact segments that was playing through a foam. And let your let you hear it because it's a revealed to me. Very revealing to know. How many cultural values I have or stamp with racism, people form immature images of places of people of Cultures and of meanings that are embedded to religion or to history or to sociology or to family values. Stamped by racism. So here's a little bit of an excerpt. It's exactly the segment that was playing when a audible. BOOT booted Paul off my phone. Have, a quick listen. Men that have low and flat nostrils are asked La Bitterness as apes cleric Edward topsail explain in sixteen o seven in history of four footed beasts King James made the Comment Association of Apes in devils in his fifteen ninety seven book deem -Nology, and one of his last plays the tempest, sixteen eleven shakespeare played on these associations of the devil, an African in crafting Caliban, the hyper sexual bastard, child of Demon, an African witch from a vile race in sixteen, Fourteen, England's first famous working class poet John Taylor said that Black Nations adored the black devil. In a sixteen fifteen address for the planters in Ireland and Virginia the Reverend Thomas Cooper said that White Sham. One of Noah's three sons shelby Lord over the cursed race of Cham- meaning Noah's son, Ham and Africa. Future Virginia politician George Santa's also conjured curse theory to degrade blackness. In a sixteen twenty paraphrase of Genesis, future politician Thomas in road of. The southern man as a black, deformed Elf, and the northern white like unto God himself. Five years later clergyman Samuel Purchase released the Gargantuan Four Valium Heck latest posthumous of travel manuscript left to him by his mentor. Richard Hackett Purchase blasted filthy sodomite sleepers, ignorant beast disciples of Cham- to whom the black darkness is reserved forever. These were the ideas about African people circulating throughout England and the English colonies as African people were being hauled into Tanzania on slave ships. In Sixteen Nineteen Richard, mather begin ministering not far from the future center of the British slave. Trade the port of Liverpool. And those days, the British slave trade was miniscule at Africans, hardly existed in Britannia, but that would soon change. The vessels of slave traders were cruising deeper and deeper into the heart of west Africa especially after the Moroccans armed by English, guns crust, the Songhai Empire in fifteen ninety one. The vessels of English Commerce were cruising deeper and deeper into Virginia to as English merchants competed with Spanish Portuguese and rising Dutch and French empires. To get the rest of the story, Shrek she by the book or listen to it on audible. I know the history of America the history of the Great. Western expansion of European culture to the states. Had elements of the slave trade as part of the foundational elements. Of our natural growth. It's called STEMP's but Hebrew mix candy. Having all my kids read it. Before. We go back to school in the autumn of twenty. Twenty
"john taylor" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Dr Paul Kelly says it turns out the big cat infected others for Tigers and three lions in total began displaying respiratory illnesses and got tested and president trump is hopeful that the fight against the pandemic could be turning a corner at a White House briefing on Sunday he said there were signs of light at the end of the tunnel he noted that here in New York the nation's epicenter of the virus the numbers of deaths had dropped for the first time and this could be the week again that the virus infections peak peaks and the numbers start to go down we get more from A. B. C.'s Erin to Turkey the daily death toll drop slightly here over the weekend but it's not a clear trend and hospitals are overloaded governor Andrew Cuomo said the state would constantly have to re shuffle supplies in patients if one hospital starts to get high or has a projected high intake we have to shift that patient load to other hospitals there are now more than a hundred twenty two thousand coronavirus cases in the state in neighboring New Jersey the second hardest hit state there are nearly thirty eight thousand cases Erin cutters he ABC news New York and the basis for Duran Duran has been diagnosed with corona virus however he since recovered John Taylor took to Instagram hours ago to say tested positive three weeks ago the joke that he's a robust fifty nine year old but that he was blessed with getting only a mild case of covert nineteen you describe what it felt like has a turbocharged flu and he says he's now feeling all right he said he felt compelled to talk about it because of the enormous amount of fear over the pandemic and his heart goes out to everyone who's had to deal with loss and pain because of it well fired late Friday night by president trump the intelligence community watchdog was sent to Congress the whistleblower account that led to impeachment publicly reacted it's hard not to think that the president's loss of confidence in him comes from his faithfully discharging his legal duties as Intel inspector general says Michael Atkinson in an emailed statement he denies Mr trump's public implication that he I concern is a political partisan and urges employees of Intel agencies to continue to report possible wrongdoing saying the need for secrecy in the process is not a grant of power but a grant of trust that CBC's chucks Iverson reporting and the news is sponsored by a compassion international it's easier to change the world.
"john taylor" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Drops back this is a very weird receiving record after this one do I mean so that run was led with Jerry rice sprinting all the way down the sideline walking his **** off yeah J. T.'s the way J. T. moves and slides and I mean J. T. was the day he was the perfect counterpart for Jerry rice and he was also the rare athlete more if that that that we easily rod my opinion could've been a Pro Bowl talent on pretty much any other team in the league but he quietly did his job in the shadow of Jerry rice we do not sleep on John Taylor do not just for this game John Taylor was an exceptional telephone by the way John Taylor get out there on punt return to could you return a punt for us guys how about my co for then misses the P. eighty I now hold for call for do S. over call for brother we don't cover was a bad body language guy all do that's what we call an order for yeah come out he looks all pumped out when he comes on the feet even on the field you know it's like the whole for pick up your body language a little bit also twenty three another need to touch down there five minutes ago and it's third and five in this is just to me this is vintage Joe thirty five five Reagan the receiver.
The Bible That Leaks Oil
"Well Dan yes does. Have you ever heard of the Oil Bible Lael by Dan Oil? It feels like I should have. Oh goodness gracious Dan. Can we say with the Texas all the whole Jerry Pierce and John Taylor has been traveling? The Nation Dan with the Oil Bible. Okay now let me tell you this Bible when it sort of magically secretes oil. Oh my God right like Ooh from it is clear this oil just flows so gross and they whenever there so apparently part of the the the trick here is the it doesn't actually seep oil when they're traveling only seeps oil at home but people visit them at home in order to encounter the Seeping Oil Bible and They yeah people have attributed healings of course An any pretty much anything you could imagine has been attributed to The Bible It's performing. Miracles is what it is performing miracles. They give away vials of the oil and they've they're growing famous and making a lot of money off the Oil Bible. Well the good folk good folk at let me see. What is this news organization? That's the little local their local news or the Chattanooga Times free press okay because in I. I assume somewhere there in Tennessee in Dalton. If that's a place in Tennessee the town is called Dalton. Okay then the times free press decided they were going to do some investigative reporting. Oh okay so. As any good organization news organization would do so. They started asking around and they got a source at the Dalton. Tractor supply which says that Pierce Right Would consistently go in and and by gallons of mineral okay And but but company policies prevented prohibited him from telling anything more specific than that. But that's pretty. That's pretty damning right there. Yeah so the Times. Free press paid for a series of chemical analyses of the oil that they were giving out the oil that was available at the Dalton. Tractor supply okay. Sure and they sent these analysis or these tests to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Okay that compared the samples and they said that it was the same thing. Oh shocking oil. Petroleum derived and the results quote strongly suggests that oil sample is mineral oil. Just like the stuff for sale. Right okay And then the second test that compared the chemical composition of Pierce's oil to the product tractor supply found a nearly exact match. They're doing mass spectrometry. Is that what they're doing it? The article doesn't get into such thing and using a gas chromatograph. What are they doing? Frank I don't know all right fine. There Ministry though began in two thousand sixteen in the week after Donald TRUMP'S INAUGURATION. And these these two guys So that they had a powerful religious experience As oil began coming out of the Bible. Now these guys are just clearly. Just fucking liars. It's obvious just charlatan right right. They're just soaking a Bible. They dropped a Bible into a VAT of oil one time and then just made a claim about it and then to realize we'll fuck all just just keep doing this and their followers. The people who've been healed people who've had deep religious experiences Are predictably sticking to their guns drinking with them. Yeah even though clearly. It's a fraud. It's a complete and utter fraught. So the the Oil Bible. Let me tell you something. Bats heads new. Here's the thing about human psychology for most humans. It is more tolerable to to believe some to to deal with the cognitive dissonance of believing something you know has been proven true then to change your mind. It's too painful for most people to change their mind and so they would rather deal with being idiots essentially believing something that has been proven false. Yeah well it's you know it's just it's the it's the media. Yeah it's it's Tanic right the devils newspaper Chattanooga Times free press you know yeah. I'm sure that that's satanist. The Lucien Greaves Editor in chief. The Times free press is it good on this local news. I know a great right again. Well done guys. How do they even have any money to do any testing? Probably all pro bono right probably including the reporting. Yes indeed okay. There's there's no money for independent newspapers anymore. That's what we're getting. That's the
"john taylor" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"John Taylor no the violence in a way it is it's so ironic and I had talked last year no so he says this on the internet we take before then we got to go up in front of a live audience ten minutes later so I said don't you know watch it there's gonna be get on the front row so he starts out either whose yeah I think we had one last year he did we had to help him yeah a lesser because we we had a mom live before the game is real and what's amazing about it is again he did not talk when he played and then ever since he's come back as in the alumni is all situations he's he's been unbelievable priceless yeah you hear what he talked about on that play worry lined up go back and watch that play the game winner against the bangles affect option X. but he lined up to fight like the like the tight end in line you know who thought he was gonna be in on that play Brent Jones that was that was gonna be brands play are whatever reason John Taylor was in on that play into it she was the axe you know he was the split end and Jerry was the flanker Jerry always had the most up so he was the action Jerry was dizzy but Brent Jones that's always a tight end in line formation worry was tight there so might show men could have been in the primary they catch the dry Clark hi and then Brent Jones and always listed in his ears are burning he's he could have we could have been the guy and so anyway John Taylor's practices and very cool all right to Dante what is going to join us products obviously would lot accolades for the forty Niners defense has done so far what does he see we'll get into it with Dante next only on these words in Papa John line Papa in mind on KNBR one oh four five and six eighty.
"john taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Fred up there. And actually my top ten without without question. My tongue. That's not bad. I didn't say it was banned. Did I say man, I say Stevie nicks did not belong in the rock and Roll Hall of fame is the solo artist. What if I did? And I'm saying it now Stevie nicks. Famous solo. Ours Fleetwood, MAC, fine, you go. Look the list is just full of people shouldn't be there including some of the following deaf. Rampart Stevie nicks, Janet Jackson, Radiohead. The cure zombies. Roxy music all got into the rock and Roll Hall of fame on Friday night. David Byrne inducted Radiohead only two members of the band showed up Simon Lebon John Taylor from Duran Duran inducted Roxy music, Brian Eno. Paul Thompson decided nah, not we're showing up Trent Reznor inducted. The cure saying I love this. They've been in and out of fashion. So many times in the last four decades ended up transcending fashion itself. And of course, Robert Smith pulled the Blondine only performed with the current lineup. Janet Jackson in zombies were introduced by Susanna hostile the bangles def Leppard was the last band to be inducted Friday night that by Queen guitarist, Brian May and def Leppard singer. Joe Elliott speaking for the whole band said, quote, it did seem that every time we made some musical headway. Life would knock us back down somewhat. But if alcoholism car crashes. And cancer. Couldn't kill us the nineties had no f- enchants. I love. Yeah. You gotta like that. Speaking of hall of.
"john taylor" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Join us at three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred again that number three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred and I'm thrilled to welcome in studio are very good friend. John taylor. He and his mom do pot mom podcast. And you can catch that every week. Follow him on Twitter at John t t I Don. Hi, patty. I liked to register a complaint already. Yes. Okay. WGN world headquarters three zero three east Wacker have used to walking in and seeing a bunch of beautiful fish. They're gone. You know, what I liked about it too was that they had like a curtain for the fish as well like a privacy curtain or nighttime. You can find those fish at the shed the so we're told so we've been told apparently new meant new ownership of the building and the fish had to go. Yes, I knew owner sound like ogres like fish. Well, I believe it's maybe it's the maintenance I think that there was David that's David Jennings, by the way in the newsroom. Hi, David wasn't. There was talk of perhaps a big digital board going up there, or that's what I had me. Even know the fish were leaving. Until I came into work one day. And I'm like, there's something missing. It's shocking empty. Tom. What are your thoughts on the missing fish? If they do put up a big digital board up there. You know, what they should play on it? Yeah. Fish screensaver. Snake of irony? Actually, there already is a massive digital board already in the lobby. Another one. Well, but that bore doesn't face Wacker. It faces like toward almost like the the turnaround dry like, isn't it face Wacker faces Wacker? It's on the same side of the if you're sitting at the security desk, you're looking at it. Right. So so that's Wacker. You walk by it as you had to take the escalator downstairs to go through the Peduaye. Okay. So perhaps they want to put a digital board facing. Columbus them is what I meant. I do this every day my house. My husband, and I have arguments which way things are. I don't think I don't know. They don't where you've got all the entrances to the various floors. So they don't have a wide enough space to put anything huge up. Sorry. I started this redecorating the whole lobby. It's all you're darn fall apart. You miss though, was the sign the very cheerful sign that said, hey, the Fisher finding a new home. They're going to a cheerful sign that helps. Yes, they did. Put a sign up telling us where the fish went. I worry about that. You know, Patty. I always worry about the Yahoos down on the sidewalk because we used to have the who's they could look at us right now. We're in this beautiful skyline studio no complaints here. But the who's at least could look at the fish. I could think about them down the sidewalk looking fish now look at they weren't looking at the. The fish were mostly for those of us in the building who work here was not for the public. I think people stopped and looked at the beautiful. Iranian you know smokers who visit the smokers. Though. No, how about this was hotel behind me. You can take a look at like looking at fish exotic animals the first first couple of weeks we were in here. They would occasionally be member of the staff here in the studio gazing, quite deeply into the windows across the way now. Just at the Swiss hotel. There's a lot of interesting places where one can look, and there have been some stories of interesting things that have been seen. This is what happens when people stop watching rear window on a yearly basis. They forget. Yes. They forget what happens. I was listening to Andrea. And and Dr strike you're talking about people in high rises not being aware that perhaps they should closer curtain. But do you know what go for it? If you're confident. You're not thinking about it. What differences look at let it falls, right? There you go. Let your freak flag fly or just your regular slag. Feel free whatever flank you got exactly now speaking over your window, which is a great film, of course, by Alfred Hitchcock. And starring Jimmy Stewart listener was kind enough to send me a copy of it because I saw on the big screen Nick dis movie club at Rosemont. Oh, cool. It was very cool only because of my show I had twenty minutes. The end of the movie remember this. Yes. And I and I have a DVD copy. Just don't have a DVD player. So I'm stuck right now with a gotta figure I've got to find someone with a laptop. So I can watch the last twenty minutes of the movie that old laptop. Yes. Is that film available anywhere like on Netflix, or well that was the thing I went home, and I immediately look for at the time when we saw it at Nick dis movie club, NANDA luck. But maybe things have changed because films get swapped out on all these digital servers. Are you watching anything right now on the watching recommendation for this week where they're already I love that? I'm I'm watching Russian doll. Are you watching it? We're all very excited time just got very excited. Yes. I am watching. I've seen every episode catching up just started. I've gone back. And I started watching because there's a lot that you miss when you're first watching it because you're kind of in it. And then there are things that happen. Not may I started taking notes right away. Like, this is going to be this kind of show. So I've got notes like this. You know, this animal the cat showed up here. And then like all the pieces, I'm keeping track. All right. Yes. I excited and not take notes or make charts. Yes, david. I'm annoyed because of all the changes that are on the way because some of my favorite shows are out the window, including Jessica Jones. Yes, that's true. That was an essay was canceled. It was a lot all know all of that flexes marvel shows are gone because ABC owns them. All right. So they're gonna take them on. I don't know if they're going to keep the original cast any new episodes. I mean, there's a lot going on a lot of changes going on. And it's all because they all want to have their own streaming services. And it's like guys people are trying to cut the cord to cable, I know well, and a lot of a lot of people turn to well. Now, there's so many there's Hulu Netflix Amazon prime than the big three. We're back in the big three network error because we have the big three streaming. So now, you're gonna have Disney ABC CBS has all access. I been Comcast is launching one with NBA NBC in the next couple of years. So it's like, okay. And it'll be interesting to see how net flicks copes. I agree. That they have is going to be going away. Because for example, all their marvel content. That's Disney's right. They don't plan on sharing it. I'm sure I am not touched a nerve here with. David is very still in the thick of the morning for more marvel series, grieving on the air. Now. Those of you who watch have seen orange is the new black. You'll recognize the star of Russian doll because stars Natasha. Which Tom hush is a big fan of. Oh, yeah. From all the way back in the American pie day. What was that cheerleader one? Is this can't like this can't happen? To me. I'm cheers. Cheers. Such a great mid nineties memory, so good. Well, and this is co created by her Amy Poehler, and now I feel badly that I don't know who the third woman is because there are three of them that both created this have been writing this and producing it, which is an incredible feat. Because this is wild storytelling layer upon layer layers. I was just gonna say layers, and but very accessible, Patty. Earlier and look I'm only a few episodes in. So she might know better than I do. But I think I get the idea you can watch it and just take it in. You don't have to take notes. Like, I said that. I did I'm gonna talk about it. That's why I'm taking notes, but just watch it take it in. And there's all these details. And then it is, you know, it's so rich. There's so much to notice you can go through the second time and see that stuff the first time through maybe just enjoying tasha leones performance because she is boy entertaining from the get-go. We just hit the ground running with this show. Don't we padding? No doubt about it. Let's talk a little bit more about it. When we come back. Right. Gotta take a break and three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred. We're listening to John katie's recommendation. What he's what he's watching right now. What are you watching three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred because when he's done with that he's going to need something to take down like sort of reset the table a little bit. Me what you're watching old or new I'm watching creek more after this on seven twenty everyone knows that more after this on seven twenty WGN can't say the other word..
"john taylor" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"We're talking about the game breaking it down. How you think it's going to go? What you're rooting interest? Is if your ram fan your infant obvious you put for the patriots you're looking to win your six Super Bowl any bell check Brady era. Those are the teams, you know for all year. I certainly understand you're rooting interest. If you're a fan of another team does your relationship to either of these two teams affect the way you look at it. Are you a football fan who appreciates his? History and the kind of history the patriots could make with another win today. Or are you the kind who says all my teams on in root for the underdog? Because I hate favorites and root for the underdog in lifestyle will root for the underdog today, which despite the pleading and begging and attempts by Tom Brady to paint the patriots as an underdog nitrile, Tommy boy, not happening. The patriots are two and a half point favorite. They oughta team that's been there eight times, and the Rams I haven't been there in seventeen years. So he can come up with his best narrative as to how the patriots lack respect and aren't being given their props as the favorite in this game. And that's all that it is it's lip service. They ought to favorite. So if you're rooting for the underdog today, you are rooting for the Rams there's no question at glove to hear from just fans of the game who get into the Super Bowl. Maybe you don't watch another football game all year. But you know, that your friends throw this good party. You've been going to for years. Years you're getting together with guys you don't usually get together with the started a tradition. It's the only time you get the world year is Super Bowl Sunday. Who are you rooting for? And why I got phones open for the rest of this half hour. We'll take you to the bottom of the hour. Eight five five two one two four two two seven next hour fund. Guests coming up guy. I've been talking to for years. Former three times Super Bowl champion three time. First team all pro San Francisco forty nine or now CBS sports network analyst Randy cross will hop aboard with us, and my buddy Jose from Philly called yesterday and his YouTube classic was going to be Bengals against the forty Niners in the Super Bowl in the legendary game where Joe Montana before driving the forty Niners down the field and hit and John Taylor with a slant. Pass in the end zone to pull a victory from Georgia defeat for the forty Niners. Allegedly. Legendarily said, hey is that John candy standing over in the first Rona stance? We'll get the true low down on that one from Randy cross when he joins us at the bottom of the hour. One of the other things that is a big deal on super Sunday. And I must admit I'd gotten sucked into this too. Even though I shouldn't really really actually think that I should cause. Yes, we play commercials here on CBS sports radio. And that's how they afford to pay me the seventeen thousand eighty five cents an hour. I make for doing this show here on CBS sports radio commercials should be important to me and thank you to all our sponsors. And thank you to all our list news who go out and listen to our spots and support our sponsors. Oh, by the way, it costs a lot to take a sponsorship on the Super Bowl today is it over three million dollars. Yeah. Now, it's three and change. Isn't it? Thirty seconds. It's up to five thirty seconds. Holy mackerel. Our economy's going nuts. But you are buying into the biggest audience each and every single year. You wanna get your product in front of his many eyeballs as possible you got to boss spot on TV. It's it's it's expensive. But you're guaranteed to achieve people watching your Super Bowl spot. And yes, it is become a big deal because a lot of companies big time company billion dollar companies spend the money to advertise and get quite. Above and beyond going above and beyond with the production of these commercials during the Super Bowl and some of the best commercials ever done on television have been debuted in the Super Bowl and Super Bowl week. And then we'll run for a while after. So when I came in today, I just googled two thousand nine hundred thousand Super Bowl spots. I just wanted to see a list of those that were expected to run and who were the companies who are taking out the Super Bowl spots. Now. Give credit where credit is due our friends over CBS,.
"john taylor" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast
"I'm John Taylor. Skinner and misses the electorate on this episode being Muslim. That nice. With the one hundred sixteenth house of representatives. We now have the most diverse congress in this nation's history. And that includes the election of Ilhan, Omar and Rashida to leap, they're the nation's first two Muslim women to be sworn into the house of representatives and with this congress. Our government is just a little bit closer to reflecting what our country actually looks like. But where in how did America's Islam traditions where did it begin exactly once the history? And that's what my guests stays here to explain, Sylvia. Chan Malik professor and author of the book being Muslim cultural history of women of color in American islam-. She explores how you as Muslim women women of color during the early twentieth century were drawn towards Islam and in many circumstances. They rejoined to it as an active resistance as an act of protest and as a wage express. Their agency is Muslim feminists. It's beautiful and rich history of a small, but resilient group of American women one that I don't hear talked about very often. Honestly, here are Sylvia discussing how the typical discourse around Muslim identity, especially around Muslim women often just misses the Mark. I want to say that I thought that the book was beautifully written. And one of the first things that I noted when I started reading it was, you know, I realized that a lot of our focus on a lot of our dialogue around Muslim identity, especially. Around Muslim women. It's been done in contrast in contrast to something else in contrast to non Muslim identity in contrast to non Muslim women to Christianity to western feminism in white feminism. So the thing that I loved about the book is that you explored this through the lens and the agency of Muslim women. Do I have that? Right. Absolutely. Absolutely. Why did you decide to write it that way?.
"john taylor" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Nearly last in every single offensive categories. He took over the last five games. They were nearly I in every single offensive category. It is amazing the NFL in particular one player the quarterback can come in and play at high level and make everybody and everything around them better. Definitely. We were just talking about the the play calling a Shanahan and how when you get rhythm with a great play called mind like that. The quarterback and helps the offense you experience that too as a player on the field with the offense. When you're saying this is a play. Maybe I was thinking he was gonna call her. I'm feeling and rhythm now because we're all kind of on the same page. What does that do for an offense on a drive relative to how weak a defense feels when an office just keeps coming at you? Oh, man. That's what it's all about. First of all his dad was pretty bad. Physical nature needed a awesome job with us. And did the same thing with Denver. Brought them back to to the prominence running backs too. Yes. Yes. And he got the ball to us in different ways. Which is very important to me. You know, I thought it was great that they would never know where I was going to be obviously, I had some great Whitney, Jerry Rice and John Taylor, man. I mean, it was just like who can who you to try to. So it's like, you know, probably be going is going to be Jerry. So I'm gonna get open. Beat my man, I'm good. So is is really good to to play with guys like that in more than just the coaches just to play with players who were coaches on the field. I mean, they got me ready like in the Super Bowl. I was one of the young guys. I was probably would have been more nervous. If I wasn't playing with guys like that. I felt like if I just do my job and follow the lead of these great players in and they were great leaders as well. And I just think that that that's really put us over the top. And won't other teams. We have the talent we have towns on on the eagles. We had a lot of talent. We definitely a talent in Seattle when I got there. But is just that leadership. I think the leadership was the difference. You know, and I was trying to be leader at that time and at Seattle I was starting to get it. Right. You know, being a leader more and not the guy who's following the older players and what they're doing. So I my career is great. It's fun as far as like playing for all these different teams. And I got so many friends, you know, now enough in grew with each place that I was at N B came to man, I am today being such a great player in retirement. Are there players that you tune into watch any anybody that you see on Sundays at stands out. Like, man, that guy is awesome. Man, there's a lot of them. But a Patrick Mahomes. Oh, so you probably get that a lot. But I mean just that guy lies out this year. And the way he is playing and he has a little Brett farve minimum which I like I like the gunslinger I like gunslingers and stuff guys. It'll take a chance you don't be afraid and kind of keep the play going to love how he does that. He's like Russell Wilson. And that way, you know, keeps the plays alive and makes plays down the field. So that guy very impressed with him. It we've seen. Here's do what he does. But the way he does it changes that arm angle. And the no look pass the way she does it. I think is unique at I said the exact same thing players around the league who are currently playing say I wanna watch the chiefs game tonight because I want to see what Patrick Mahomes does. He's that different of a talent. I think the league has not seen somebody like him in a while. Yup. And the other guy is tiger. Yeah. Watching that guy play. I mean, he's just he's a beast. You know, he's he's come to me a throwback. He's more of that the big banks like we were young Ricky Watters. Oh nice. I like that comparison like that. Well, I gotta ask you when you guys were playing and you're thinking about the offense is today and how wide open speaking Mahomes and start with Sean McVeigh's doing in LA. Did you guys feel like you were ahead of your time with the play calling like you were a step ahead of the defense? Oh, yes. Definitely. We feel like we're on a track meet out there. I mean, it was really cool because we felt like the way we practice we didn't wear pads much, but we ran full speed. Everything's four-speed. Everything was serious. And we went like weeks without the ball touching the ground in any way. And it was like guys a diving for the ball everything because they don't wanna be that guy who drops the ball after we've come this far without the ball touching the ground. So it was like a it was like the way we were fired up. We were fired up to play, but we also fired up to practice. We were fired up going into the gym. Going in to to watch. Film in for meetings. We we took pride in all those things. And that was something I had to learn I learned that from watching guys like Jerry Rice in the man, I could go on and on and on about all the great players that I had was showing me how to be in a Perot. That'd be I I had the opportunity to play for my Shannon and Denver for a year. And I thought one of the things that stood out. He really let the players lead right away. He would run practice, and he would pretty much just stand back. Gary kubiak was calling the plays. But the players new players will lead and rod Smith and Shannon Sharpe. And guys would sort that one wasn't good enough. Let's run it again. I mean, the players were doing that. I think it sounds like you got a similar program throughout his career where he would lean on the veterans in in my experience. Those are the teams that have the best leadership. Coach doesn't get in the way he enables his players to take charge. Anything that comes through in crunch time. Yeah. That's the way to do it. If I was a coach that's how I would do. And I just I love I think he got that from Jewish for two joy Seaford was people might not because he wasn't a yeller. He wasn't always looking all fiery and everything. But the guy was deep he cared. He had allow fire in him. But the way he held himself was really, cool and smooth. But when he wanted to get to your you had to come to the office and seal it wasn't so nice principle. A lot of Niners fans listening. Great memories of you is there is there a memory your time here in San Francisco like one or two things that stands out as in. In red and gold. There's so many but going against the giants and have having five touchdowns against those guys and Lawrence Taylor guile always looked up to and and a defense that I've always looked up to to be able to play like that against those guys that was used but nothing more than the Super Bowl. The Super Bowl was just so amazing and being a part of that and the being a part of the team like that I feel like one of the best teams ever constructed and put together. So I feel really proud and really happy, you know, to be able to say I was a part of that team. Not many guys can say I scored five touchdowns against Lawrence Taylor. It sounds weird. And with Alabama exactly Ricky Watters. Appreciate your time. Ricky. Enjoy the game. All right. Adam. Husak here from the from audio avenue downtown San Jose on candy ours. Drive to the college football national championship marquesses is going to join us from ESPN on the other side. I will pick his brain on what's going on with the national championship. More coming up. Candy are six.
"john taylor" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"In the country, and Billy and talk to free kick about the the hangover that Georgia was experiencing in their first few practices. In the bowl season after the devastating loss. Alabama, and I can see why there's a hangover defensive coordinator side in these going to leave early because they didn't make it to the playoff Texas will start at midfield moving left to right. Three fifty nine to go. First quarter. They lead Georgia ten nothing. Ingram the running back. Chianti Ingram a true freshman. Nearside right. Changing his call at the line is that work out of the pistol formation. Lake lockdown without a love them. It's the ball in his hands play action fake Gallagher that I go to the near sideline ball is caught by Dumas Dubrovnik's man missing. Takes it down to the. The forty one yard line. John taylor. The will linebacker in on the tackle for Georgia. He's a great job. I angered the true. Freshman tailback picking up the block on a linebacker solid pass protection across the board Texas likes the lineup. Andrew back position. But they create a nice pocket for Allender again out of the pistol action a bubble screen out to the left to Humphrey Humphrey cuts inside at the forty. That'll be I doubt that was second to read on the stop they'll market at the Georgia. Thirty six alert going with temporal calendar doesn't have a huge arm. But when you throw the ball with timing you get it get the ball out quickly. You don't need a huge armed play the position. And I'm not just talking about Saturday, Sundays to are the Gallagher has plenty of arm strength because he knows where to go up the football. And he's got very very good arm talent. I tend to Georgia thirty six little option play to the right? The pitch to Ingram's got some blockers. But no, the Georgia. Defense fights through those blockers forward progress without the thirty two so four yards on the Eric Stokes? Get credit for the stop. That'd be second down and six yards to go to forty to go first quarter ten nothing Texas tougher Georgia because they loved to rotate a lotta defenders in and out of that front seven the Andre Walker isn't in the game. Talk about Jordan Davis, a true freshman, but they are thin up front in a defensive Salvin. That's usually a heavy rotation. We had a snap of a flag. Right. The snap. So that would indicate false start. Here's Michael mother shed all-star forty seven offense. Postel who beckoned that's the first penalty of our football game. By the way, back is so versatile. He can play an end of the line. Put your hand in the ground tight and thick and line them up at h back move them around at times. Racer the backfield is a downhill blocker at the fullback position. First team big twelve is a fullback. But I think that was more about just finding a slot for him. Because he can do a lot more things and just play fullback. Right. So second eleven now the thirty seven for Texas on a fumble on the fly has etlinger stuck in the belly of the running back Ingram and decided to keep himself. And when he pulled it back out the ball hit the turf. Fortunately for heavy falls on it a ball handling errors zone. Read to Ingram. Allender clearly trying to pull the ball and run as he does so many times fifteen carries in that pick twelve championship game against Oklahoma. By at forty two carries combined in the last two Red River shootout, he loves to run the football third down twelve from thirty seven of Georgia trips to the left to receivers, right? Four Dan rush back to throw etlinger to the near sideline tip to the falls and complete. Bass intended for Colin Johnson. Now that ball was high because Johnson is six six, and he couldn't get his hands on it Stokes with the governor. Now, this was pressure. Created the high throw. And it just forces Allender launched the ball little bit higher than he wanted to Brenton Cox true. Freshman coming off the right edge got into the arm of Allender. Just a little bit high for calling Johnson who Bill as you say, he's got a very extended catch radius. I think they're going to take a penalty or delay of game to be fifty five yard field illicit call timeout down zero. Did they call timeout? Their field goal kicker is capable of getting from fifty five. Five yard penalty. That's an interesting decision here. Bill you're in a bowl game. And I like it Tom Herman's defense is playing. Well, he's got a double digit lead early bucks. Sixteen to go here in the first quarter. I liked the decision here to punit away and continue to trust your defense. And they're playing a heck of a game here. Early took the delay. Ball back to the forty three. So Texas could punt from left to right and try to pin Georgia deep one sixteen to go here in the first quarter, Jerry Godwin's back deep whereas number five. Hardman does most of the damage with a kick returns? Nicole hardman led the SEC twenty point one average. Here's the snap. Putting away from left to right. Catch called four and made by Terry got run around the nine yard line. Traveled thirty three yards. And here comes the Georgia. Offense. I down and ten with a minute five to go in the first quarter. David I went that we had the Texas bowl year ago against Missouri. And I looked at some of my notes Tom permit one of the things he talked about last week. So we need we need to know how to finish for their last six losses. They had the lead in the fourth quarter. Yep. That's changed this year. They've they've had nine one possession games. And they've won six of them. So obviously part of the culture change in Texas. That that was a big win for them was a catalyst to get reserve a member of the Tigers game into that game of the six game win streak and one of the hottest quarterbacks in the crunch country. And drew lock down and ten Georgia at their ten Frahm throws up field. It's incomplete Riley. Ridley was open. Born right through his hands be second down. And remember in that game. David the MVP was the punter Michael Dixon for taxes. He had an incredible game. And he partly that into a draft pick by the Seattle Seahawks. And we left early how many times with the upon or leave early and go in the draft fifth round to Seattle. Was booming on that night down in Houston. Second ten Georgia moving right to left one minute to go first quarter. They trailed Texas tend to nothing to receivers farside, right? Play clock to eight down to seven drop one up the middle swept little bit of a hall. Fifteen eighteen yard line. Texas has it. Yes, sir. John came up for that took one gram forced the fumble swift cable away and for the third consecutive time. Texas is going to start inside midfield deep now in Georgia territory at the twelve and they get it blocked up front. This is a nice run play setting up a third and short. And indeed it looked like. That was take one gram that got the strip swift puts the ball on the turf. Wow, Bill now, this is not the same Georgia team that we saw line up against Alabama in the SEC championship game. Look like they've got a lack of focus tonight an understatement. Push down ten they run a reverse coming around nearside, George now, I hear the quarterback makes a man miss and he's finally tackled inside the five yard line going left and Humphrey came back. The other way left to right, he stopped throughout the etlinger. Tackle the four yard line on the hand off to trae Watson grad transfer from cow. He gives it to L J. And then the Phillies special back to elegant play action fake left. Nobody opened sat back at the eleven. He got buried behind the line of scrimmage. Yeah. That's gotta be second out. Be third down coming out. That was the second in about one. Now, it's gonna be third down back to the ten yard line. Tried desperately to find an open receiver check two or three in his progression. But finally things caved in me. Keri got their take Crowder inside linebacker converted running back was able to arrive as well. And the clock has run out and the Texas fans boy today like what they saw the first fifteen minutes there on their feet Perrineau Orleans. End of the first quarter, Texas ten George nothing the AllState Sugar Bowl on ESPN radio ESPN app. Hey fan's, Paul finebaum. Here. College football is back in vivid seats is your cue for game. Tickets just go to vivid seats dot com or every purchases back by their one hundred percent fire guarantee from the big house to the swamp, vivid seats.
"john taylor" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Show up if you go to the playoff, and he's not gonna show up you go to the Sugar Bowl. And how can you blame? The Andre Baker the cornerback for not playing in this football game. If the coaches, do it the kids should. Able to do it especially guy who's the top defensive back in the country. And you know, billion talked to free kick about the the hangover the Georgia was experiencing in their first few practices. In the bowl season after the devastating loss to Alabama. And I can see why there's a hangover your defense a coordinator side in these gonna leave early because they didn't make it to the playoff Texas will start at midfield left to right. Three fifty nine to go first quarter. They lead Georgia ten nothing. Ingram running back Chianti Ingram. True. Freshman. Nearside right and changing his call at the line. They work out of the pistol. Ovation. Clock down to about eleven. Hands play action fake Gallagher that are going to the near sideline that ball is caught by next man missing. Takes it down to the. The forty one yard line. John taylor. The will linebacker in on the tackle for Georgia. Great job. I angered the true. Freshman tailback picking up the block on a linebacker solid. Pass protection across the board Texas likes the lineup. Andrew back aches back position. But they create a nice pocket for Allender again. Whistle. They action fixing the bubble screen out to the left to Humphrey Humphrey cups inside at the forty. That'll be a first down. That was second to read on the stop market at the Georgia. Thirty six alert going with temple calendar doesn't have a huge arm. But when you throw the ball with timing get it get the ball out quickly. You don't need a huge arm to play the position. And I'm not just talking about Saturday Sundays to are. They Gallagher has plenty of arm strength because he knows where to go the football. And he's got very very good arm towel. I intend to Georgia thirty six little option play to the right depicts to Ingram's got some blockers. But no, the Georgia. Defense fights through those blockers and forward progress without the thirty two so. Four yards on the play. Eric Stokes are good credit for the stop. It'll be second down and six yards to go to forty two to go. First quarter, ten nothing Texas tougher Georgia because they love to rotate a lot of offenders in and out of that front seven d Andre Walker is in the game talk a little bit about Jordan Davis, a true freshman, but they are thin up front in a defensive seven. That's usually a heavy rotation. We had a snap of flag snap. So that would indicate false start. Michael mother shed all star forty seven offense. Penalty. In iraq. And that's the first penalty of our football game, by the way back to so versatile. He can play an end of the line. Put your hand in the ground tight end Dixon, line them up at h back move them around at times. Racer the backfield is a downhill blocker at the fullback position. First team. Big twelve is a full back. But I think that was more about just finding a slot for him. Because he can do a lot more things than just play fullback. A second and eleven now from the thirty seven for Texas on a fumble on the etlinger stuck in the belly of the running back Ingram and decided to keep it himself. And when he pulled it back out the ball hit the turf fortunately for heavy falls on it. The ball handling errors zone. Read to Ingram. Allender clearly trying to pull the ball and run as he does. So many times fifteen carries in that big twelve championship game against Oklahoma by forty two carries combined in the last two Red River shootout he loves to run the football third down twelve from the thirty seven of Georgia trips to the left two receivers. Right. Four man rush back to throw etlinger to the near sideline took to the calls and. Pass intended for Colin Johnson. Now that ball was high because Johnson is six six, and he couldn't get his hands on it Stokes with the governor. Now, this was fresher created the high throw. And it it just forces Allender the launched the ball a little bit higher than he wanted to Brenton Cox, the true freshman coming off the right edge got into the arm Bellinger missed a little bit high for calling Johnson who Bill as you say, he's got a very extended catch radius. I think they're going to take a penalty or delay a game to be fifty five yard field goal to call timeout. We're down to zero. Did they call timeout? Field goal kicker is capable of getting from fifty five. Five yard penalty. That's an interesting decision here. Bill you're in a bowl game. And I like it Tom Herman's defense is playing. Well, he's got a double digit lead early bucks. Sixteen to go here in the first quarter. I liked the decision here to it away and continue to trust your defense. And they're playing a heck of a game here. Early took the delay ball back to forty three. So Texas were punts from left to right and try to pin Georgia deep one sixteen to go here in the first quarter, Jerry Godwin's back deep whereas number five. Huffman does most of the damage with a kick returns, Nicole hardman, led the SEC with twenty point one average. Snap. Putting away from left to right end over end show catch called for and made by Carey Godwin around the nine yard line. Punt traveled thirty three yards. And here comes the Georgia offense I down and ten with a minute five to go in the first quarter. David I went back. We had the Texas bull year ago against Missouri. And I looked so my notes and Tom urban one of the things he talked about last week. So, you know, we need we need to know how to finish for their last six losses. They had the lead in the fourth quarter. Yep. That's changed this year. They've they've had nine one possession games. They've won six of them. So obviously part of the culture change with Texas. That was a big win for them. Was a cattle is to get reserve. Remember the Tigers game into that game of the six game win streak and one of the hottest quarterbacks in the front country. Drew lock. Doubted ten Georgia at their ten from throws a field. It's incomplete Riley. Ridley was open. Born right through his hands be second down. And remember in that game. David the MVP was the partner Michael Dixon for taxes. He had an incredible game. And he parlayed that into a draft pick by the Seattle Seahawks and g left early. How many times? If you leave early in going the draft fifth round to Seattle. He was booming on that night down in Houston. Second and ten Georgia moving right to left one minute to go first quarter. They trailed Texas tendency to leverage farside rod play clock to eight down to seven draw up the little switch a little bit of a hall. Fifteen eighteen yard my ball came out. I think Texas has it. Yes, sir. Came up that took one gram force. The phone fumble swift cable away and for the third consecutive time. Texas is gonna start inside midfield deep now Georgia territory at the twelve and they get it blocked up front. This is a dice run play setting up a third and short. And indeed it looked like. That was take one ground that got the strip swift puts the ball on the turf. Wow, bill. This is not the same Georgia team that we saw line up against Alabama in the SEC championship game. Hey, look like they've got a lack of focus tonight. But was down ten they run a reverse coming around nearside Jordan quarterback fix a man. Miss. And he's finally tackled inside the five yard line was going left and Humphry came back. The other way left to right he stopped through to etlinger LA on at the four yard line and a hand off to trae Watson grad transfer from cow. He gives it to L J. And then the Phillies special that destroy play action fake looking left. Nobody opened sack back at the eleven. He's got very behind the line of scrimmage. Yeah. That's gotta be second. Third down coming out. That was the second in about one. Now, it's gonna be third down back to the ten yard line. I'll try desperately to find an open receiver check two or three in his progression. But finally things cage in me, caring got their take Crowder inside linebacker converted running back was able to arrive as well. And the clock has run out and the Texas fans border. They like what they saw in the first fifteen minutes there on their feet here in New Orleans end of the first quarter, Texas ten George nothing. This is the allstatesugarbowl Honey SPN radio ESPN app. Molly Kerr, hosted ESPN's. I I am super excited because football is back in you know, where.
"john taylor" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"He's not gonna show up to go to the Sugar Bowl that how can you blame? The Andre Baker the cornerback for not playing in this football game. If the coaches, do it the kids should be able to do it. Especially a guy who's the top defensive back in the country and billion talk to tree kick about the the hangover the Georgia was experiencing in their first few practices. In the bowl season after the devastating lost Alabama. And I can see why there's a hangover defensive coordinator side in these going to leave early because they didn't make it to the playoff Texas will start at midfield moving left to right. Three fifty nine to go. First quarter. They lead Georgia ten nothing. Ingram the running back yong-tae Ingram. True. Freshman. To near side right and elegant changing as they work out of the pistol ovation. Lake locked down without eleven it's the ball in his hands plaques and fake Gallagher. The near sideline that ball is caught by Dumont. Numerary mix missing takes it down to the forty one yard line. John taylor. The will linebacker in on the tackle for Georgia. A great job. I angered the true. Freshman tailback picking up the block on a linebacker solid pass protection across the board Texas likes to lineup. Andrew back in the h back position. But they create a nice pocket for Allender again out of the pistol what action bubble screen out to the laptop Humphrey Humphrey cuts inside at the forty. That'll be a I doubt that was second to read on the stop the market at the Georgia. Thirty six alert going with tempo. Calendar doesn't have a huge army. But when you throw the ball with timing you get it get the ball out quickly. You don't need a huge arm to play the position. And I'm not just talking about Saturday Sundays too. I think etlinger has plenty of arm strength because he knows where to go with the football. And he's got very very good arm talent. I in Tennessee, Georgia thirty six option play to the right? The pitch. Ingram's got some blockers. But no the Georgia defense fights through those blockers forward progress throughout the thirty two so four yards on the play Eric Stokes will get credit for the stop. It'll be second down and six yards to go to forty two to go. First quarter. Ten nothing Texas suffer George because they love to rotate a lot of the vendors in and out of that front seven. The Andre Walker is in the game will talk about Jordan Davis, a true freshman, but they are thin up front in a defensive Sabbath. That's usually a heavy rotation. We had a snap of a flag and a whistle right at the snap. So that would indicate false start. Michael mother shed all far we're forty seven. Penalty. John. And that's the first penalty of our football game, by the way back to silver shadow. He can play an end of the line. Put your hand in the ground tied, and they can line them up at h back move them around at times. Oh. Backfield is at a downhill blocker at the fullback position. First team big twelve is a fullback. But I think that was more about just finding a slot for him. Because he can do a lot more things than just play fullback. Right. So second and eleven now from the thirty seven for Texas on a fumble on the alligator stuck in the belly of the running back Ingram and decided to keep it himself. And when he pulled it back out the ball hit the turf. Fortunately for heavy falls on it as a ball handling air zone, re to Angra Allender clearly trying to pull the ball and run as he does so many times fifteen carries in that big twelve championship game against Oklahoma by forty two carries combined in the last two Red River shootout he loves to run the football third down twelve from the thirty seven of Georgia trips to the left two receivers. Right four-man rush back to throw etlinger to the near sideline tip to the causing complete. Pass intended for Colin Johnson. Now that ball was high because Johnson is six six, and he couldn't get his hands on it Stokes with the cover. Now. This was pressure. That created the high throw. It just forces Allender to launch the ball a little bit higher than he wanted to Brenton Cox true. Freshman coming off the right edge got into the arm Bellinger missed a little bit high for calling Johnson who Bill as you say he's got a very extended catch radius. I think they're gonna take penalty or delay game to be fifty five yard field unless Melissa call timeout were down zero. Did they call timeout in their field goal kicker is capable of getting from fifty five. Five yard penalty. That's an interesting decision here. Bill you're in a bowl game. And I like it Tom Herman's defense is playing. Well, he's got a double digit lead early bucks. Sixteen to go here in the first quarter. I liked the decision here to punted away and continue to trust your defense. And they're playing a heck of a game here. Early took the delay ball back to forty three. So Texas will punt from left to right and try to pin Georgia deep one sixteen to go here in the first quarter, Terry Godwin's back. Deep words number five. Hardman does most of the damage with a kick returns, Nicole hardman, led the SEC with twenty point one average. Here's the snap. And putting away from left to right end over end. So catch called four and made by Terry Godwin around the nine yard line. Traveled thirty three yards. And here comes the Georgia offense, I down in ten with a minute five to go in the first quarter. David I went back. We had the Texas bowl year ago against Missouri. And I looked so my notes and Tom urban one of the things he talked about last Theresa, you know, we need we need to know how to finish for their last six losses. They had the lead the fourth quarter. Yep. That's changed this year. They've they've had nine one possession games. They've won six of them. So obviously part of the culture change with Texas that that was a big win for them was a catalyst against Missouri. Remember the Tigers game into that game of their six-game win streak and one of the hottest quarterbacks in the front country. And drew lock. I out of ten Georgia at their ten Frahm froze up field. It's incomplete Riley. Ridley was open. Baldwin right through his hands the second down. And remember that game David the MVP was the partner Michael Dixon for taxes. He had an incredible game. And he partly that into a draft pick by the Seattle Seahawks and he left early. How many times if you leave early and going the draft fifth round to Seattle? He was booming on that night down in Houston. Second ten Georgia moving right to left one minute to go first quarter. They trailed Texas to nothing to receivers farside, right? Play clock to eight down the seven draw up the middle swept little bit of a hall. Fifteen eighteen yard line ballgame out. I think Texas has it. Yes, sir. Came up for that took one gram force the phone fumble swift Kevin away and for the third consecutive time. Texas is gonna start inside midfield deep now in Georgia territory at the twelve and they get it blocked up front. This is a nice run place at number third and short. And indeed looked like. That was take one ground that got the strip swift puts the ball on the turf. Wow, Bill now, this is not the same Georgia team that we saw line up against Alabama and the SEC championship game. Look like they've got a lack of focus tonight. Understate push down and ten they run a reverse coming around nearside Jordan now I quarterback fix a man. Miss. And he's finally tackled inside the five yard line plan was going left and Humphry came back the other way left to right, and he stopped throughout the etlinger tackle at the four yard line. And the hand off to trae Watson grad transfer from cow. He gives it to L J. And then the Phillies special back to throw your play action fake looking left. Nobody opened sat back at the eleven. He got berry behind the line of scrimmage. Yeah. That's gonna be second out be third-down coming out that was the second in about Rwanda. Now, it's going to be third down back to the ten yard line with trying desperately to find an open receiver. Check two or three in his progression. But finally things caved in me. Keri got their take Crowder inside linebacker converted running back was able to arrive as well. And the clock has run out and the Texas fans boy today like what they saw the first fifteen minutes there on their feet Perrineau Orleans end of the first quarter, Texas, ten Georgia. Nothing. That's the of all on ESPN radio ESPN app. Carrier here hosted ESPN's, I I am super excited because football is back in you know, where you'll find me.