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"kevin locke" Discussed on Kevin Long Show

Kevin Long Show

08:06 min | Last month

"kevin locke" Discussed on Kevin Long Show

"All right it's out of the league. In time for the kevin long show. And i'm your host kevin locke and before we get into all the stuff that's coming happening thus show i just wanna take a woman and think rob. Mr this southgate an molly to she's part of the business or was part of the business. I don't know anyway. I would like to think this southgate media group for allowing me to be part of their family for five years now. It's not anymore where they disbanded. The saudi arabia group. And i am doing my own thing now. So we'll get into that stuff in a minute when we talk about the business but let's talk about the show two things i'm changing. I am no longer going to do stories from hasbro or wizards because frankly you can get those if you want them you just google you can get google alerts. That's how i kept up with stuff. Even though i wasn't very good at it. And here's the things that i want you to know you'll know for example in january there will be a show about the expansion. Rules are extended rules. Whatever they're called whatever they're called. After i get the book on january twenty fifth will do a show. That's what you need to know when the next d. setting while the next old descending comes out you'll know about it 'cause all talk about it and when the second new old setting comes out we'll talk about so i just don't see the point in being like oh. Here's a story about this thing. Frankly i don't play a lot of monopoly games anymore. However there are two versions of monopoly. I need to go get one of them being disney villains. That looks dope k. So we're talking about the business now. I really want to give buffers. That's one of the things we're gonna talk about. I'm gonna get some new equipment hopefully someday. Here's how you can help. I'm still gonna do coffee because not everybody wants to give a monthly subscription the on so if you want you can go to the link in the show notes for copy. Donate three dollars five dollars. Whatever i don't think i'm ever going to set up the premium account to where i get to pick how much my donations are. Because again i tell people this on the street all the time if there is a minimum requirement. It's not a donation. Was this one time that wanted to sell me a bracelet for twenty dollars and i said nope if i'm paying twenty dollars doll bracelet hits not donation and that is true my friends if there is a minimum requirement. It's not a donation. So and that being said i think coffee has it set up. That three dollars is the lowest you could pay. If there was a way i could it. I would so what i just said doesn't necessarily apply because that's something the company did but my point is i won't do the premium coffee where i get to charge you or tell you how much your donation is for that very reason. I said patriotic. Yes i did. Where doing the patriot. Now where for three dollars. You can get the basic episode. That would be this one episode. Eighty five a few days early. Maybe even a week. I don't know how i'm gonna do that yet. I will try to get a recording don. So you can have it a week early but it might only be a few days at the five dollar level. You're going to get the weekly show. And i'm gonna shout out people like i haven't put that on the patriarch yet. Maybe i should but you'll get shoutouts every episode. We'll have like a patriarch on. Thank you portion of the show So five dollars. You'll get that you'll get bonus content rather it rather be extra videos because the five dollar level. We're gonna put our videos out early before we put them on youtube. You'll get so you'll get normal videos. Bonus videos you'll get bonus content for magic monday and then at the twenty dollar level. I don't even remember what i am. Adding a show that once a month i will sit down with lilith hellfire from capes in lunatics. And we will talk about sports ball. 'cause that's something i've always wanted to do. So we're going to do it as bonus episode on the twenty dollar level. I've rambled and i don't remember everything but it is on the patriots so follow the link in the show notes and check it out become a patriotic if you feel so inclined. Don't forget about t- public if you need no books for your dnd writing in your other. Any they have those and you can get them with really cool logos on them from the swamp. The kevin long show magic monday and i know i say this. Every time i do a podcast. I'm really need to start getting more stuff on there. And as we more content. We'd probably will. There's going to be a dvd game coming. So maybe i will get somebody to do art for the characters and we will but those up as shirts again whatever you want them to go on they will go on but we will have those images four year no books or your coffee mug or your bumper sticker or you're sure whatever you wanna put on there all right. That is the business. I don't have a spotlight this week. 'cause we're getting back into it i also don't have an ebay thing but when i do shows for example at some point i'm gonna talk about the basic the set and i will go on ebay. Tell you how much they're going for at might even put a link in to one of the buyers. We'll see. I don't know we'll see how it goes into that. All right now into the meat and potatoes of this show. I titled this episode wizards of the coast the hero we need but not the one we deserved. And here's why and again. Oh man i have mixed feelings. I really want to buy and i am. I have already signed up for preorder to get the gift. Set a by the old new settings and eventually i'll have to buy the core rule books when they come out in twenty twenty four but his really hard. Because i don't want to give wizards of the coast my money i don't. It is not because of their woke. Or whatever it's just. Because i understand that the changes that are making our power grab power grab but definitely money. Grab definitely and i knew it was coming. I've talked about it before. Whatever that's not the point the point is is that we're not man. We put way too much faith in was the coast a couple of weeks ago. There was this blogger or read it dude or whatever that created a list of woke.

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"For Your Reconsideration" Week

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02:40 min | 1 year ago

"For Your Reconsideration" Week

"This week's theme is for your reconsideration. The curator is Donde from luminary. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Yolanda. Monday's episode comes from metaphysical milkshake and is called. Can you honor indigenous faiths without being a jerk. It's thirty four minutes long in this episode. rainn Wilson Resin Ostlund have one question. How do we honor and embrace embrace indigenous faiths without becoming like Kevin Costner? How can we become more than dilettantes? With dream catchers Kevin Locke is an artist Hoop dancer musician musician. Educator and cultural ambassador for his Lakota an Amish on Beirut's he joined the pod to share what we can do to better understand our indigenous faith traditions and how out to see our spiritual heritage in all the land around us. Join the conversation using Hashtag. Metaphysical an email your thoughts to metaphysical milkshake at soul pancake. GEICO DOT COM. Tuesday's episode comes from on second thought with Trevor Noah and is called prison break. It's forty four minutes long in this episode. Trevor and David David discussed their ideas for improving. Prison then talk about alternatives to incarceration Danielle Sarid founder of common justice. Wednesday's episode comes from from under the skin with Russell brand and his called science capitalism. And God with Neil degrasse Tyson. It's one hundred twenty one minutes long. Here's the description. This week's guest on under the skin is the infamous astrophysicist Neil degrasse Tyson. He's pretty amazing. He was promoting his book letters from an astrophysicist but he was much more than and being a focused and dedicated educator I enjoyed talking to him. Thursday's episode comes from here to slay with Roxane gay and Tracy McMillan Cottam him and his called all. Your faves are problematic. It's fifty three minutes long this week on the show Tracy and Roxanne take on the Popeye's chicken sandwich and all of its glory as well as the problematic takes that have come along with it. Friday's episode comes from the seaward with Lena Dunham and Alison Bennett and is called Lady Rosemary. Aber door it's fifty three minutes long in this episode Rosemary. Obrador seemed to most like a shy awkward wallflower but underneath drab exterior lurked an appetite for Jules parties parties and larceny born into an unassuming middle-class English home rosemary secretly stole thousands of pounds to fund her glamorous identity as titled Aristocracy. That's Lady Lady Aberdeen to you. Lena analyst Cover Rosemary's wild parties outrageous schemes her ultimate downfall and discuss what it's like to feel unseen and unappreciated those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Yolanda for this week's theme for your reconsideration

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"kevin locke" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

08:56 min | 2 years ago

"kevin locke" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Toll free number yet. Your share of sports talk. If you wanna know about I'm going to give you this story only to emphasize how. Dom fortune figures into all this. A guy named Bob Wessler became president of CBS in the seventies. And sooner or later, you know, all presidents get fired. And so he got fired. And he landed a great job. Ted Turner was just beginning with all of his networks in Atlanta. And he needed a pro and the hired Bob Wessler and Bob Wessler. Decided to bring in people and he brought in Kevin Locke Rita coach the basketball team. He brought in Joe Tori to manage the baseball team, and my best friend my best best best. He's passed away. Mike Faraday landed the job is general manager of WSB AM and FM sleeping giant that thousand watts clear channel. And so when enterprise went down fatty wanted me to come down and do a sports talk show. But I wasn't gonna go play by play. And so what sort of got involved, and he made Ted Turner, take me due to do basketball. You know, second man to skip carry, and that's why I went to Atlanta. And then I'm doing most of the hawk games, and and then next year skip just quit. The hawks just stay with the Braves he had a young kid. And and so I'm now doing the hawks and the Braves I leave my talk show it as be and I carry that up to the Yankees. Can you imagine very interesting? So let me give me a sense, though, of before we get to I guess we'll serve around third base here. It gets the Yankee story. But how so of the sports that you're doing and you're you're doing everything, right? It seems like you're doing doing talk and you're doing lead ins or doing play by play. I suspect you're doing a little even analogy. Depending on if you're running the show solo. I mean, you're kind of you're you're basically a Jack of when it comes to broadcasting games excetera. Is there any sport or team that you liked doing more than than others were like when did you? When did you know that baseball would be your sort of ultimate, you know, future capstone or or did you not care what game and what team? And what league you were sort of doing your thing? I don't know. I don't know. I wanted to do baseball. I had done a few games, but only a few. And when I got the Atlanta job the next year. Everyone said you're going to be doing the Braves, and I didn't count on until it happened. But it happened at eighty three. And. I'd always wanted to do baseball. I mean, that's quote, unquote, the big radio sport. And. So when I finally got it I was in seventh heaven, but if you say to me wish did you like better, I like them all don't have that problem. I really don't have that problem. You know in basketball, then it's different now in basketball, then you doing radio you were right next to the bench. I was part of the team Mike for cello. So great to me said he tell people John's like one of the staff because you're you're traveling together. You're you're you're sitting they get you could hear everything going on. You heard all the stuff going on this stuff? And now they take radio, and they put it up in the in the balcony, and they're not even part of the game. But then you very much part of it. So you know, you can't do everything. So I was doing when I got you Lanta, then I was doing baseball and basketball and. I've had I should knock on wood here. I've unusually good health. I haven't missed a game at thirty eight years. And in Atlanta, they were five years. I was doing about two hundred and twenty games a year between baseball basketball. Now, I've missed the game of the angst and the thirty years. So I've been very fortunate. But isn't like I like one of the other when you're doing a game you doing the game, you know, this year, they gave me a little tossed little rose my way, and and they I I did a a nets game on TV. And it was like I had done it. I hadn't stopped because that's part of me is inside of me. And. It was. At some point. I haven't done an island. I haven't done island game. But anyway, I'm just saying it was very easy for me. And and it was a lot of fun. And once the game begins boy, I do it. I may not like the packing on backing I may not like the Enke's. We don't getaway day games. So we get into cities at four in the morning. And and you're whipped in it screws up your system, but as far as the game is concerned. Once the game starts once. I start talking. I love it. And I have a partner. Susan Waldman who loves as much as I do just pours everything into it. And you know, we have a very nice wavering. Nice family with a Jack Maldonado, our producer engineer and Rick rouse. Who does all the backup for us? And so, you know, I'm very fortunate sport that you haven't done that you wish you might have wanted to to try or that you also think you could have done well, and especially given the seventies and the eighties, right? Which certainly the seventies was almost a well spring of challenger leagues. And and hell we don't seem to be any shortage of folks who want to create new sports or new leagues. But is there anything that you that eluded you that you might want it to have done or? Or tried or Bonello? I don't think so, you know, I I played basketball my life, and and then I ripped up on me. And I I really couldn't play anymore. Just didn't come back. And so then I went fulltime at a tennis. So I guess I could have broadcast tennis in some way. But that's not a really exciting play by play. I think I've chosen the right sports. I have no interest in boxing, no interest in golf, no interest in horse racing. So I couldn't have done those sports 'cause I didn't know them no interest in soccer. So believe I told Mike, okay? My buddy, Michael k on his center program that I've had as companions through my life. And I mean from the time I was you know, when you start remembering things seven eight, you know. I've had sports and music as companions and I'm involved with sports and music every single day of my life. So I'm you know, really extremely fortunate. You know, I have this ability. I focus on the things I like, and I totally ignore the things I don't like this. So so, you know, I've been able to combine my avocation and vocation and it's worked out. All right. So let's ask maybe one sort of foundational the sort of ending question here. Maybe you can maybe wax the style GIC or prophetic on it. Wh you know, you've obviously spent a a lifetime in in sports broadcasting and and in some of the most major and high profile purchase purchase out there. What is so how would you describe the profession today through that lens of forty plus years or so? Better worse things that you maybe wish hadn't changed, and maybe things that have changed for the better. I know it's kind of an open ended question. But you know, you've got a nice longitudinal viewpoint from some of the I quote, unquote, good old days to maybe even today's good old days. I really curious. I've mentioned that I mentioned it. And I hope I can. Put it into some kind of thought that people will latch onto in the seventies. And eighties. She I don't know. This has got to be very tough in the seventies. Sixties seventies.

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"kevin locke" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"kevin locke" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"The best of your ability love that love that mentally interns identity. Never internalized swallowed at your football player play football, man. Like, I see too many cats who in terms of trying to be committed to something they are fully involved and not thinking about anything else outside of that. In terms of Jaka democ pursuits in terms of your other interests, like it's. Means to an end so too many guys think that they are the ball. But when the ball stops Boston who are you? And as a sad drought for a lot of guys who don't realize that before they moment for college athletes is always saying us football. Don't let football us you. And so go get your degree in trying to get a good job. If you're professional athlete. I would say once you get about sixty to seventy percent into your career past the halfway point start trying to plan on something that you like said so that as soon as you're done, you can try to transition right into because we've been living our whole lives on itenerary here at this time be here at that time. And so when you you don't have anything to do you wake up whenever you want to transition is media as as you can immediately. But in kind of your point about the college athletes is hard for you been putting all this work in time and effort into this one game literally for me when I played the game. You know, my grade school school part was easy. Like, I wanna get my grades that wasn't nother. So my focus was football. So my career ended with a knee injury. And once I got hurt it was all right move on out and figure all life and for a young young men. That's very rare next up everybody at every school in America. And you notice think they're planning NFL when they're making it's an MBA. And so you have to be realistic and say, let me get this degree because the chances of me making it are slim in we don't think like that. Because we all think we're making one last thing that I tell young people in Dr. Now, you see me talk to the ball state football team. I say it all the time. If somehow you can avoid taking on lifelong responsibilities at twenty one twenty two twenty three you will be success opportunity will come knocking at your door. And what I mean by that is trying not to have a baby voice where avoid all of that got a great chance to be. I welcome back with locking Wiley. We're joined now by Seahawks Pro Bowl wide receiver. Tyler Lockett, the son of Kevin Locke who is in Atlanta for the Super Bowl. Tyler welcome to the show. And I was told you were watching our question of the day of from the previous segment about transitioning from an athlete into the rest of your career. And you have some thoughts. Yeah. Definitely. I thanks for allowing me to be on the show. Secondly. Yeah. At the hearing what you guys were talking about on question at a day. I let a kind of be able to say like a little bit of advice that I think would be able to work as world. Go ahead. Go here. Yeah. Why thing I like everything that you guys said, and I just wanna kinda say it a little different. I think the biggest thing is focus on plan A and live it out. But whenever you're still playing especially when you're in college prepare for plan b which is like what you guys said. But I wanna say like when you're a freshman in college put eighty percents of your plan AM put twenty percent to plan B..

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