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"The Celtics are out of the foundation. Celtics are on the twenty seventh floor and now they're trying to built sky walks and they don't need to do that throws tradition goes. I don't like it too like it. Either your about this thing with Spike Lee New York Knicks. He's like their most notorious fan. You know sits there new stuff about Spike Louis? While he's not GonNa more Knicks Games this year because ownership surprise James Dole in the has had a problem with the way that he's been entering the Games he says it would have VIP ENTRANCE. Which all our AP'S. Us and he wants to use in spike. Lee wants to use an employee entrance. There's a problem with this yet yet. Implemented that started the air. You don't just decide on game. Sixty six that spike Lee can't use this entrance. And am I gonNA miss this spike Lee on the on the sidelines? No and you know why because I don't watch Knicks Games Knicks. Game's Y- The Knicks. The Knicks are the Knicks. Are This thing that is supposed to be better than it is. So it gets archives attention. This is how I would feel about the coverage of the browns. Get if I weren't a die. Hard Cleveland Browns Fan. The Knicks are the Knicks are. What Matt Damon? The Knicks are Matt Damon movie to me. Aa Village. Only those movies were a little bit worse. 'cause they're built up to be the like something special and it's the same boring thing year in and year out. The Games go on for way too long so nixed management instead of instead of handling this right way they they mock him. They mocked the situation in their in their press. Release they take an old picture of Spike League. Shaking hands with the owner of the team. Players aren't GonNa Miss Them. The fans aren't GonNa Miss Him. Fans wouldn't miss the Knicks if they if they moved out of New York. If The York's basketball team so you give the the the the knicker Sonics. They could be the Seattle knicker sonics and they can play a few games at Madison Square Garden. They're just such a joke of a franchise. Maybe they need to lose their team for a few years so somebody puts it together. They're not. That's what happened with Cleveland. And Not that. It's worked out at all with the knockoff. Football chapter there. That's been back since nineteen ninety nine. I shared this joke with you I'm not sure that too. Many people are going to quote unquote. Get it but Steph. Curry was supposed to come back on. March first. They delayed his return and I don't have the twitter's name out here but I did share it to my facebook. Feed that Steph. Curry blew a three one return date. I saw it pretty good. I know that you're not on those in the same place that I am with a three one jokes. Three hundred jokes are still funny but my three one jokes involved the Indian. So because you don't have any three one jokes. It's just something that happened. There's not like this big joker out. It was the big copycat thing with with cobb sense like you can just enjoy one hundred eight years of the world series. We just had a listen to you guys all summer long tells me we have to listen to us. I've this is all this. Is The basketball the basketball all summer long laughing at Golden State about wanting to three lead and along comes October? November played series wasn't talking state was talking about how it was a man's game and how somebody got their feelings hurt totally different apples to dub trucks. She's Jen. I'm Jeff Small Territory Sports overnight America. And WE'LL BE BACK. Six thirty Rosier drawing some traffic. Who's GonNa take the big shot? Tatum step back again. Hayward December the game this is sports overnight America Magic Trick. We are the debt destroyer network any debt. You have credit card. Tens student loan debt called Al. For Free Information that helps you destroy your debt. 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It is foul territory right here on sports byline broadcast network. Get just live at ten. Pm Pacific time running right out through until midnight. Pacific time Monday through Thursday. You GET JEN and I. You're surely jeff rich on the microphone and generally didn't get to this while we're talking that'd be because we got caught up in in three one Verbiage but we've got We we have an opportunity for the San Antonio Spurs. You're not drinking out of it This particular evening but I I know that you do have a Spurs Tumbler somewhere around the studio here and you follow this team. You're familiar with the legendary. Tim Duncan and the Innovative Gregg Popovich and his lead assistant coach. Becky Hammon pop misses the gaming at Charlotte on Tuesday for quote unquote personal reasons in the Internet is up in arms because it was. Tim Duncan the assistant coach. And Not Becky Hammon. Who's been there for years? Lead assistant twenty. Fourteen says twenty fourteen so six years six years in five years. Plus so it it's Dunkin Dunk Dunk actually filled in for pop Back in November and the claim was that he had scouted the team. He was most familiar. Pop gotti jacket and Dunkin took over. Donor took over. So he did it for a little bit They lost one twenty one sixteen in that game but also he was a loser in his first win as a head coach because he has had coached previously to now but they lost but he goes to. He goes just one way or wire in even clean. He claimed that Heaven and hearty. Lisa's coaches made all the causes. You know obviously being becky Hammond made all the calls in. He just stood there and yelled at the players speculation that he wasn't going to address the media after the game which which he actually did do and everyone was upset. This game back in Carolina where Dunkin play college ball at wake forest. I'm not sure if he's from there but he did plays college while they're so a homecoming of sorts. Let's see you on this because Popovich didn't WanNa hear any of it. I think Gregg Popovich said something along the lines of You know I'm not here to make history so something to that effect and I Here here it is. I'm not here to make. History is what he said no question about having to the out Washington Post I get. It could be a little bit of a distraction especially the last minute. Fill in like this but were you with this. He's from the Virgin Islands. Tim Duncan okay. But okay so. This has happened It was on a whim when Top GOTTI jetted in November. This one. Obviously they kind of had a little bit of a plan that they were going to put him in no. He has not been a coaching in any capacity. Since two thousand fourteen becky has spent ever however he wore a spurs uniform for nineteen years. So I think maybe we give them a try and for all we know maybe the next time pop has to sell one of his cars off or whatever personal businesses conducting. Maybe they plan on letting Beki have a shot at it. Who knows. This is one instance. I think. Maybe it's not fair to you. Know to put the team and to put her under the microscope. Wayne you know this is a last minute kinda thing. Even if she's even she's doing everything other than you know. Blown the big whistle. All you know having the big clipboard. She's GonNa get a head coaching opportunity. She's going to be the first. Nba head coach. I was thinking that with the best that happened in Cleveland. Coming out of the All star break would be lying. Lindsay GOTTLIEB head. Coaching experience at At cal I was thinking that she might get the interim tag but. I don't think that they want to do that. I think that when a woman does get the job that they're gonNA have every opportunity to succeed which means neither one of those ladies should or or any other female should take the next job when it when it becomes inevitably open again. I of protests. I think that there needs to be a you know that it needs to be a solid situation. I think that you need to give a female chances to succeed so you don't end up with John. Beeline situation where it's just not a good. I think did I. What makes the most sense is promoting becky within when pop steps down? Even if Dunkin still there and I did the duck it would remain as head coach. And I think that the players would play for only there'd be any issues with that but I think you're absolutely right. You know when you consider that Becky Hammond has been there since twenty fourteen as an assistant. Coach Tim Duncan has been there since nineteen ninety seven. I don't know how long time of Pop spin there for all of it by. He's obviously familiar with pop system. The players are playing in pop system. Their bowls familiar her from this L. A. FROM THE ASSISTANT COACHING PERSPECTIVE. Which gives her more of an intimate knowledge of game plan and strategy? And things like that. But Tim Dunkin's also there. I mean he's been there for five. Minutes is one that somebody tweeted out or Beckingham. It is not invisible. Six for Popovich took over the Spurs. Say Two thousand six ninety six ninety six so the year before dunk every okay. So anyway that's That's the Hammond personal. Finding things to get mad about for the sake of getting mad. I this is more people than is the spurs there's no discourse will disperse your implicit tribute. Tuesday yeah okay. We'RE GONNA play relocated team of this evening joy. All right. We know that the Winnipeg jets moved to Arizona became the Phoenix. Coyotes who eventually became the Arizona coyotes. We know that Winnipeg had their team replaced by with the that's no longer in Atlanta. The thrashers had moved to Winnipeg so. We're not going to give you any low hanging fruit and you've heard all about me talking about the browns moving to Baltimore. Finger the knock off expansion team and you know. I pretty sure that you're familiar with the history. Colts moved to Indianapolis in the middle of the night from Baltimore. Yes so lost their team they had it replaced by the browns and the browns. Actually we'RE NOT THE FIRST TEAM TO LEAVE CLEVELAND. The Cleveland Rams actually existed there before the browns came into the NFL nineteen fifty the move to La in one thousand nine hundred fifty to allow room for the browns play in the NFL. In Cleveland in nineteen fifty where they won the championship. I believe they won the championship in their first year. But that's no that's part of Trivia Tuesday's just Everything's going to be from your lifetime. Which of course eliminated the opportunity to make our favorite joke about the jazz moving to Utah. They don't allow music. Do you recall where they came from. Call the jazz city that they resolved right. Yeah all over all over. Okay no no those were for any points but And you didn't. You didn't get any borders points. Five o'clock correctly offered them. But you didn't. You didn't get money. I thought it was one hundred one hundred bucks at that point. A thousand bucks. Oh we're just talking about fake money. Let's let's make it a half half mill for first question. We gotta make sure we get these in all right so This Sacramento France Sacramento Kings moved from this city where they had to be renamed the Kings as to not be confused with the baseball team that was also in town in nineteen eighty five. They moved from the city to Sacramento city thing. No one was expecting that. I don't think anybody was was there. On the BUZZER Shed nosers a baseball team. Kansas City bonus follow up from nineteen seventy to nineteen seventy by by the way it was the Cincinnati. Royals that move there. They were formerly the Rochester. Royals moved to Cincinnati so day royals moved to Kansas City where they couldn't beat the royals anymore. Because you have the baseball team there so What they split time with this Nebraska City from one thousand nine hundred eighty two to nineteen seventy five. Kansas City kings were the Kansas City slash blank kings. God the only two cities Omaha. You're all over at your all over Lincoln all right now. No question number two. The New Jersey devils moved East Rutherford in nineteen eighty two And they were formerly named the of the same name as an existing baseball team from a mountainous region in the western United States coming in rockies all over called the Colorado rockies existed as Hakim before they existed in baseball team. You probably didn't know that. If all right stratified lemurs number three number three in two thousand five this Canadian franchise move to Washington. Dc after splitting time between their Canadian city and San Puerto Rico in two thousand three and two thousand four Canadians he moved to DC and became the nationals expos. Poor Expos three out of three three out of three plus the bonus question which was only worth six points so so number four number four the Houston oilers left Houston after the one thousand nine hundred sixty s and became the Tennessee oilers The intended to play in this Tennessee city for two seasons before moving to their new stadium in Nashville in nineteen ninety nine but they only stayed there one year due to poor attendance. Which Tennessee city did the initially move to BLOW MEMPHIS MEMPHIS MEMPHIS? Really? Yeah so poor now. Well received at the Liberty Bowl in Memphis where the University of Memphis place played at. Everyone probably got to deal street and then just stopped there. They've just got us They actually had to play in Vanderbilt Stadium in National One Thousand. Nine hundred eighty eight So that people would lock them out and watch the Tennessee oilers. So the Tennessee oilers played in Memphis for a year. Then they played in Nashville Vanderbilt Stadium. And then they became the titans in nineteen ninety nine and moved into their current stadium which was originally Adelphia. Stadium it's Nissan Stadium. Now all right this promises to be a little bit more challenging super confusing that. That's kind of what I do if I say no I mean do we just have until I am ready you just going to like ramble on about something else until I say yeah fine. Let's just get a flirt with a flirting some bonus points out in front then. We're going to go anyway and we actually just going to word it more difficult. If you're not ready so since you already birds that you already. I will be as clear and concise as possible the Charlotte Hornets. You remember them. You know -til uniforms and they're they're back. They're back as the Charlotte Hornets. So like they're still hanging out. Yeah so they they left Charlotte. After the two thousand two season moved to New Orleans became the New Orleans Hornets and then in twenty thirteen the New Orleans became the Pelicans so becoming the jazz again because Utah really likes that name. Apparently even though they don't like music music or alcohol three point two percent the percent so so there was actually a season where there were no hornets at all because New Orleans was already the Pelicans and Charleston Meantime got an expansion team in two thousand and four. So what was the name of that expansion team kind of other stupid bird? Was Sharon or something the Charlotte. Hey is it the shorthand now the Charlotte actually the Charlotte Bobcats? Remember that now Sound familiar to you. You were really awesome. You got five out of five points because you have bonus question you gotta You. GotTa Homa Jato. That's that's really awesome. I couldn't but I kept everything in your lifetime and changes for what's quickly becoming a long amount of time. Yeah in fact the only baseball team to move in your entire lifetime. Two thousand five the expos moving to Washington DC. All right. We're GONNA throw you a break. That is Trivia Tuesday. Generous is your winner. I'm your host Jeff. Rich will be back to wrap it up right after the break. You're listening to foul territory. Hi I'm Dr Robert Clapper Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at Cedars Sinai Medical Group in Los Angeles California dedicated to your health. Your life and your sports as a weekend warrior. You know about sports injuries and pain exercises important element in keeping your body's core in good shape to minimize sports injuries. But when you are in pain there is one product that I recommend to my patients and that is Blue Goo jail. 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Here's foul territory with Jeff and Jen on sports overnight. America blow everyone. Welcome in for another hour of foul territory. Part of the sports overnight. America block right here on the sports byline broadcast network. Jeff Rich here with you from Phoenix Arizona. I'm joined in studio just about each and every night by my wife Jen rich. And we've got a special topic to discuss with you here. This hour Jedidiah recently spent some time in Las Vegas. Not exactly the first city that comes to mind when you're talking about locations for professional franchises but it is a big dot deal in the world of sports primarily because of the gambling aspect but they're also hosting events that go beyond just the prize fights anymore hosting regular season hockey. Stanley Cup final. And they're the first year that they had the National Hockey League there in Sin City and Minor League Baseball always going on conference tournaments in basketball gotten a little bit bigger march madness. The place to be Super Bowl Sunday. It's the place to be for. Not Sports related reasons. New Year's Eve it is also the place to be and really you know if you're doing it jen. Wherever you are it is the place to be it. Is I miss it. You Miss Las Vegas do gambler. No I just like Bri pretty flashing lights and people watching. There's plenty of that going on up there. They've had you know they're they're about to get about to be the future. Home of the raiders. They are the current home of the NHL. Is Las Vegas Golden Knights? Isn't that an experience? Check out a hockey game. You're up there. It was insane. No hockey game will ever be the same. And you can understand the hype when people talk about it but until you live it. You don't truly understand everything that's going gone. They've always had. Unlv They've had a NASCAR track. They host golf tournaments of course They host UFC and they host boxing. The host the conference tournaments but now they're getting football stadium. 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All territory is part of the sports overnight America Block and you can always catch us streaming live on sports byline dot com by the way we are live at ten. Pm Pacific Time each and every night of the week. However you'll get Jenin Monday through Thursday rate here however you're listening right now and right now. We are talking about the city of lost wages. Las Vegas Nevada and it just brings a smile to your face at the very mention of Las Vegas The sports tyzzer are quite obvious. There's a sportsbook it every casino where you could bet the Games that are happening that night or you could bet on futures. I'll what's going to happen later on. Of course there's prop bets. There's you know anything that you can conceivably put a wager on Las Vegas as lessening the ready to take your money. And they're a little less willing to shell it back out if you do guests rate or wager correctly. I feel that they've had a lot. But you've really gotta try like I'm never going to be a millionaire playing those pennies slots that I love so much when I went twenty dollars but I'm never gonNA win thousands of dollars on my penny slots and I'm never going to win a lot sitting down playing poker for an hour and a half time. There is the pros or pros is because they go and they spend hours on and at the at the table sessions Poker used to be a big fat back in like two thousand and two thousand three two thousand five and hit its peak. Where every Tom Dick Harry? The played online the leave that they could be the next world series of poker champion just because some online online player Did take home. Chris moneymaker back in two thousand and three but It takes a lot of takes. A lot of patients takes a lot of losing to get you where you can be a professional poker player professional gambler. The the guy from Jeopardy greatest of all time was able to pull it off. He wasn't the greatest of all time jeopardy. Scott a pretty good life that he was able to move to Las Vegas and become a professional gambler poker because it involves entirely too much paying attention and following and what is there like checking doubling or whatever. I don't even know going down well actually and like now. I'm out well. It's all math. All gambling is math. It's under the understanding point spreads. Its understanding situations. How Points Score? That's why I think the. Xfl Is an interesting element that you add into the lexicon of things that you can wager on because it's football but it's it's a new dynamic to football because touchdowns could be worth anywhere from six to nine points. That's a that's a huge variance. So you've got to figure out what team you know and you've got to figure it out from nothing. What teams are good from two yards out from five yards out from ten yards out? How these kickers are you? You know that failed to the point where that they didn't make it in the NFL. There's a lot to take into account. It's the same way with blackjack. Same Poker and like it or not. It's the same way with your slot. Machines your roulette The rolls of the dice craps. It's all just chance and it's all numbers and it's all figuring out what those numbers mean and the the common man I can't do it. No keep building those buildings up there in southern Nevada. But that's how I liked Vegas. Gambling is part of it but I the food. The food the lights the people watching. There's just so much to do. People get dressed up so much sports and you're not much of a clubber either. No I'm not really much of a club either. I mean I will dance anywhere but I'm not paying someone fifty dollars to go into a room and dance with other people were. I'm going to pay like two hundred dollars for a bottle of vodka. Did you ever do you remember that time where it was inappropriate for entry to the club? Ever one in Vegas was actually with money. That was not mind that was supposed to be buying new shoes. Drunkenly put I think on like twenty six. Maybe the roulette table possibly. I don't even know what it we ended up the only time I've ever won. I think it was probably like one hundred bucks and we pretend it like it was like a million well. Let me tell the story here. Because we're giving this without context. Is that you and. I met some friends at the club. That'S FRIENDS UP IN VEGAS. That subsequently invited us to the club and looked at and they said come on in they looked at me and they said they're lost no way and You know and to be fair. I was wearing open toed sandals and to be fair. I wasn't even wearing shoes and might not even have a top on. Who knows so we were given cab fare to go back to the hotel and put out appropriate footwear and we walked so we pocketed that cab fare and I think that that's where we were able to finance the rest of our evening because we can do this because we went on foot and we gambled away the The cab fare so anyway moving on the few things to get you. Las Vegas actually had actually caught US warning of that in Vegas prior to the NHL. Arriving there we saw the cubs. Play the mets in spring training. In two thousand. Fifteen at the old ballpark at cashman field. Which was right off the strip. Your thoughts on on the old ballpark down there. I liked it. It had a much bigger bigger lawn. There was more lawn seats. But isn't it enough. Park is built. Nineteen eighty-three for the Las Vegas Stars. Who Were San Diego? Padres affiliate The franchise itself had started out in nineteen nineteen as part of the Pacific Coast League than the Portland beavers in nineteen seventy-three they Moved to spokane where they were the spokane Indians and then again they moved to Vegas in one thousand nine hundred eighty three at the newly built cashman field where they competed as the Las Vegas Stars part of the Pacific Coast League San Diego's AAA affiliate from Nineteen Eighty. Three to two thousand in two thousand one. The dodgers took over and rebranded the stars to be the Las Vegas fifty ones so from two thousand one to two thousand eight the dodgers AAA affiliate was the Las Vegas Fifty one plate at Cashman field in Las Vegas in two thousand nine. The Toronto Blue Jays briefly worthy Parent Club of this AAA franchise from twenty two thousand nine to two thousand twelve and then from two thousand thirteen to two thousand eighteen. Which is why they were hosting a game there and they were playing against the cubs. Who had a guy in their in their system named Kris Bryant? Who was from where Las Vegas Funny? How all comes full circle so display the mets there in two thousand fifteen. The mets would only play there for another couple of seasons in two thousand nineteen. The Oakland A.'s took over the Las Vegas Franchise with the mets moving their AAA affiliate to Syracuse. And the as decided that they weren't going to be the fifty one's anymore they didn't know what they were going to be right. There was a long period of time where they didn't know what to name the team. I think they actually held a contest to name the new team. And what did they land on ended up on the aviators ended up being the Las Vegas Aviators so they have competed for one season as Las Vegas? Aviators there Out The new Las Vegas Ballpark. It's pretty far out. It's not exactly right off. The strip like cashman field was we. Don't think ever been in that part of Las Vegas because it was pretty close by the mountains. Those winds were pretty wicked weapon down at the end of the game. But I don't think we've been on that side of before we've experienced. The the wins being kind of out there or nothing else is around in Arizona with goodyear with surprise that. There's just nothing to stop the wind other than the mountains. Off in the distance we didn't see any spaceships landing. I don't know if you're close to area fifty one and Las Vegas or the United States government wanted the team not to be the fifty one anymore. Take the attention off of whatever's going on behind someone GonNa come and take our fifty-one gear from US and wave. A little men in black like this never happened. Pick UP LAS VEGAS fifty one zero when we were up there in twenty because we knew they were reaching the end. And then we're coming up on the end of it but We'll pick it up a little bit more about Las Vegas ballpark experience. 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We have generous. You only get us four times a week. That's Monday. Through Thursday nights. Catch the archives. I heart radio and let's pick it up right where we left off talking about baseball in Vegas Talking about the Las Vegas Ballpark. The Las Vegas Aviators and Newborn new ballpark versus old ballpark definitely upgrade. And we've got The as which you know depending on how you look at it upgrade or downgrade from the New York mets as a parent club. There's a lot of runs that are going to be scored out there when the winds blowing certainly blowing hard it is and it was cold. Hey got cold really fast. Probably about fifteen degrees from game to game and Gus We're about thirty miles per hour when we left any comparison. It's a triple A. Ballpark in comparison with other AAA ballparks. I'd say it's Pretty. Nice in person with some of the nicer spring training parks that we have down here in the Phoenix market. I would say that. It kind of pales in comparison. You know you don't want to do too much with a minor league ballpark. They had a nice balance there though because they use their outfield wisely. Instead of just having it be a whole bunch of grass that maybe nobody's GonNa sit on. They had half of it as grass. Where you can sit out in the berm and the other half of it was a little pool. Well the the other half of the right center field area in the left field was Kinda like it is at Oracle Park in San Francisco where it's a walkway where you can stand over on top of the taller wall out there in left field at. I think for Minor League Baseball comparing it with what we have to go against Albuquerque Reno Tacoma you know I think that it's par for the course that it's you know it's a little nicer because it has las Vegas but it's not so nice that you like this little too much for Minor League baseball few like we had. Oh we did the rough riders. Well that was double a doctor for the wicked park waterpark in their park. Yeah I mean. The Pool is unique. Let's undersell the the the pool that they've got of course it's going to be limited access. Not a public Bernie carry on your way. You'RE GONNA run down the whole thing for the game and nobody was swimming in February and early March up in Las Vegas Cooler. In all fairness it only was sixty five to begin with but it's sixty five and sunny and about fifty about an hour and a half later. It was fifty traveling and the coldest damn wins. You've ever felt before in the time to get from our seats behind the third base dugout to wrapping ourselves around the left field. Poll it it went from probably fifty eight degrees to forty five degrees. If you wanted to curl up just just call it like. Do you want to just curl up together and just freeze to death like? Is that how you want to go? Because that's how cold it felt Charlotte's my brother for his present saving our life. There apparently all right. So lots of gets you suck. Unlv basketball was good. Once upon a time. That was the only thing that they really had going on in town. The played at the Thomas and Mack Center which I've not seen and their football team played at Sam Boyd Stadium. Football teams. Never been anything to speak of However their basketball program in the early nineties Boy Jerry Tarkenton eighty nine got onto the lead eight nine hundred ninety. They wanted a Beaten Duke by thirty in the National Championship and then in ninety one duke. Their vengeance As a two seat coming out of the Midwest are a pardon me They they beat them by two points in the final four and I think Duke went on to win the championship game in one thousand nine hundred one and then the program went on probation because a small school in Las Vegas shouldn't get that good that quickly so something was up. They had a lot of NBA players on that team. They haven't had many NBA players ever since Shawn. Marion comes to mind Clayton All Star game there and I believe it was two thousand and seven it was an NBA All Star game and they finally got professional sports two years ago three years ago with the hockey of all things and it was kind of a shock that Las Vegas got a hockey team before a basketball team football or baseball team or really anything else just seems like it was the least likely thing to land itself in Vegas but I I'm really glad that's what they chose because that was fantastic but that was incredibly weird. They built an ice arena. Right off the stripe behind the New York New York. Zeno off of I fifteen and the Tropicana Tropicana Boulevard down the street from the Tropicana Hotel and casino. And it's it's kind of amazing I I. It's in your face when you're in front of it but just being a half mile away it gets hidden behind the buildings just barely see the lights of. T. Mobile arena sticking out between two of the buildings. And the only way you see you see it from Tropicana. I wasn't even a lot of sinus through the hotel in the parking garage. Like hey arena this way. We just kind of followed a bunch of people. No I mean considering how all the casinos you know go out of their way for the curve fueled the market themselves to you you know and and it looks nice when you're looking at it from the right angle but when nothing's going on there it's it's it's kind of kind of eerily quiet over there You were back in the in the room my brother and I will wander through the MGM. Casino cost the bridge in and through the New York New York. And really what I want. You know what I was trying to get you when we started to Mosey. My brother and I was the rollercoaster at New York New York because of seeing the tracks for it. I've just never seen where you catch it and how you go about doing that. But they req- off with a really this roller coaster reason why. We've never gone up to the arcade level of New York to walk through this entire arcade. Which is good. You know it's an actual kid arcade. This isn't like an adult arcade. 'cause you're in Vegas? It is a part of the casino that is designated be like Carnival Games and rides and stuff for children to walk through fire arcade. And then you have to buy a package which includes some arcade amenities along with a a single roller coaster ride but you know those packages start at forty five dollars ahead. That's a little bit much for what can't be more than three or four minute ride on the rollercoaster. I don't even think big giant roller coasters are three or four minutes. I think like the biggest ones theme parks are like a minute and a half this one had. I mean it's tiny. It's the size of a third of a casino. It's a small rollercoaster. It can't be more than like thirty seconds. Probably they do. They do take multiple laps. It's tiny and because of that reason. I don't trust it either. I've I've never wanted to ride any of the roller coasters in the Vegas Casinos. Because they just don't call me crazy. I just don't trust roller coasters. That are inside of casinos at a good time for me. But beyond that arcade you know you walk across the bridge to the parking garage that sits behind New York New York. I guess that would be to do the West to the last and you walk down. The aisle escalator outside the park. Raj and you are in the plaza for T. mobile arena when we went there night before the game when nothing was going on we had carte blanche we were the only two souls with it within shouting distance statue. They have in the middle of the plaza. There's a statue in the middle of the pleasants. Yeah there's like a weird. It's like a Naked Lady. Made out of wire like giant naked lady made out of wire in the middle of the pilot. You didn't see that. I guess all ladies made out of wire diamond dozen to me in Vegas. Oh No I have no recollection that I ever seeing a seeing a sports arena and I guess that's what What drew my eye. But the next you know however the next night game you'll they were. You know there are people walking down You Know Tropicana and Las Vegas Boulevard. All their gold nights gear like three hours before the game. It was four thirty in the afternoon. The puck drop was it at seven thirty and I also saw the tickets. Something called Nighttime K. And I G H T time Started a half hour before the game. Now you're surprised by all together though you may have been taken back by the pageantry the took place From the second that we set for it in the arena this'll be questioned the fact that The Golden Knights have cheerleaders. Because you don't see that all I wouldn't. I wouldn't say that you don't see that all over hockey. The oats have cheerleaders but pommie girls. That run around the stadium which they did do there but there is also a platform on the behind the net on the one level. The upper corner of the UH stadium. The fortress where it's just a constant stage of blue man group and cheerleaders and night men banging swords and showgirls hanging out. I mean we walked in and there were ladies with pompoms. There was a drum corps and there has a night in full armor leading the charge of Let's go nights and this is forty five minutes before the game because I got there earlier. Figurative tickets like an hour before the game. Yeah Yeah just just reason. Take us very long to get there. Because it was a short while to begin with but we didn't encounter hordes of people walking slowly it no time to get their incredibly convenient to get their walk through the New York. New York is you know. If you're there during hockey season you have the means. Please attended Las Vegas Golden Knights Hockey Game. Even if he's not your favorite sport it is just an experience To to take in and you know just watches. The beginning watched the half an hour before the game starts. And then just leave won't see. I only talk. I you know I. I'd seen what they what the air on the broadcast for the playoff games. But I didn't know that that kind of thing happened during the tax season. That's just what they do every game. There's a there's a Susan motion picture. There's a whole motion picture that they play beforehand. And then a bunch of guys on the ice and sword fights and there's fire and glitter rockets and everything you would expect out of Las Vegas more on the Golden Knights on the other side and we're GonNa talk about the biggest aspect that Vegas plays in sports and it is the gambling aspect she's Jan. I'm jeff this is Paul territory. You're listening to sports overnight. America on the sports byline broadcast network. And we'll be right back pesos. 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Make this free call right now to learn more eight hundred four zero three five nine one to eight hundred four zero three five nine one to eight hundred four zero three five nine one two. That's eight hundred. Four zero three fifty nine twelve and is playing away off of Amari Cooper on third down and ten. Derek looks left. Jericho throw for the end zone. I quit sixteen an amazing place. You're listening to foul territory. Don't act like you're not at everybody. We are rounding third and heading home on this hour of sports overnight. America time flies when you're talking about to the city that never sleeps. I guess that's New York but they'll sleep much in Las Vegas either and that's what we're actually focused. I'd Talking about the Las Vegas Golden Knights a little bit before the break a lot before the break and we never actually got into the hockey game itself. Because we're talking about the the night fighting some things that are a little bit campy with cheerleaders out on the town but everything else is like vegas-style. It's it's a little bit bigger a little bit more of a show pyrotechnics the just the excitement in the arena for a regular season game on Sunday night in February versus like the worst team in the western conference versus the Western Conference that that team is the L. A. Team so there's a lot of La presence in Vegas short drive but you know. I imagine that they have their share of La Transplants. Just like we do here in the Valley of the son in Phoenix Arizona and not none empty seat in the house. No not one. And that's what impressed me the most. It's night against the Kings. And this place is rocking. I think every sport that they try will work there you agree with that except the xfl did the team. There I I noticed the original. Xfl team there. Yeah and you know and and I think that in fact I wanna say that the very first. Xfl Game on the got. The highest ratings was played there but I'm talking about existing sports talking about startup leagues or Osu Leagues of talking about exist exports. Because they were when we want to see granted they were playing a team from the mid American conference. But when we want see. Unlv they're twenty fourteen to Chambord stadium. There were plenty of room to move around. It was also like a Hun- unseasonably hot. Now keep in mind. It was like one hundred five or something and they played the game at wasn't a three o'clock game three thirty three. Yeah they played it at like the hottest nastiest time of the day. That's true that's true but I but keep in mind your daily made it. You're GONNA have you know if you if you baseball there. You're going to have June July August September there if you do football football and I mean all these gonNA move inside. The place of the raiders. Not immediately they seem to like this This inaugural season for the raiders is going to bomb. Unlv back to their old stadium. Few time notably for the Arizona State game in September but baseball is going to be played during a hot time of year. Football pre-season is going to be played during a hot time of year. If the raiders aren't any good granted you know. You're not going to know that you have a you know. Four and ten football team until the weather cools down a little bit. So you might always have that priests that early season hype that packs the seats at least for the early stages of the season. And you're always gonNA that visiting Fan Element. I think that's what I was expecting. The most is that visiting fans granted. They weren't playing like the maple leafs or the Canadians. Or the Calgary flames where you're going to have this big. You know the big hockey base come from elsewhere but there were a lot of people rooting for the home team in that arena on that Sunday night that we attended it was loud. It was loud and they were into it and they knew all the chance and they all had different fun jerseys and hats and you mentioned the blue man group Blue Man Gr. I'm like I don't know how much you want me to keep going on. Because it would just be one constant list of and blue man group was there and they throw marshmallows at people and the guy in the golden fold. Golden suit came bias with his his little sword and did his thing and the only thing. We didn't see a lot of scoring by the home team because they only scored one goal. At least they didn't get. It was wild hearing that one goal but it would have been nice hearing multiple goals the home team off night against Against a Dad Los Angeles kings team. An eighth straight wins. So they're little little guest as you mentioned so It was nice to see at least Eagle because I say 'cause they were they were down to nothin' early and I said you know lids absolutely gonNA come off this place if you know if they can And you can get one in the net. Get one in the net while it's still matter it wasn't like they scored a cheap one as time was running out. They scored this Gordon and I think that it was I think you know. They made it three one with their first goal of the game. So go music. I'm trying to remember and that one goal did they could hear it. It was loud. It was loud but Really impressive I could see how you know what? Our friends is. A hockey guy. You know just telling me that the after the blackhawks guide good the The atmosphere at the United Center in Chicago for Chicago was Home Games. Were WORTH ABOUT. A goal a game. Just what the the home crowd advantage? I think the Vegas has that now. I don't know how it is if they're playing at original sixteen if they're playing a Canadian team. I don't know what the the visiting crowd element is at T. Mobile Center or T. mobile arena. I'll tell you why it was. It was something else and there was a good share a kings fan because there was some go kings go. I mean it was drowned out obviously by the home crowd and it would have been more so had the hometown team. Got Out to a lead and been you know been winning and you know been able to take it home but it was still. It was a crazy fun atmosphere and even after the game they were still chatting. Let's go nights. Let's go night so it was crazy. They have a home team and it's their only home team at least for the time being until for another six months until football season begins in the past. They've hosted these conference tournaments and conference tournaments are seeing their own upgrades. Pac twelve For what was IT For about four years played at the. Mgm Say they're mostly at the MGM casino themselves before this new new arena. That's right that's right and they've been playing the PAC twelve tournament at the T. mobile arena sense 2017. You do have the western Athletic Conference. Go Go Grand Canyon for from us. You're in Phoenix. They have played grand. Canyon's played in that championship game a couple of times but they've been playing at the Orleans Casino Arena since two thousand eleven The West Coast Conference has been playing at that. Same Orleans casino arena since two thousand and nine and the mountain west They play actually play. Unlv's home Since two thousand minus three years they moved the the conference tournament over to Denver but the mountain West has been playing in Las Vegas for all three seasons since the year two thousand but not at T. mobile arenas reserve for the Pakistan. The fights have moved from. Gm was the main menu. And you've basically moved across the street and pass the New York New York for for main events anymore and that's where Mayweather McGregor was. That's where all the big. Ufc fights are now and concerts concerts and speak. Do they do concerts there? So Vegas has them getting a name for themselves as far as hosting these big events. Nothing to do there beforehand so. I'm glad they're finally getting consulting well a little bit. I guess it'd be north of of the T. Mobile Center. Is the construction site at least for the allegiant stadium. South out. We'll we'll look that up and reveal on closed down fifteen. Yeah and the whole city is a loop between fifteen and I fifteen. It's just this giant loop so I can't tell whether going east west North or South. Yeah just roads which way you're going. Based on what casino you can see to Game Day. Experience for the Golden Knights is of course awesome. They're you know. They're about to get the raiders. Unlv IS GONNA play at this allegiance stadium. It's right and it's right there it's not like Arizona where you know it's out in Glendale where it's just away from everything. It's right in the thick of things. I imagine that the ease of access to the football stadium is going to be comparable except for if you don't have a clear bag when you're trying to get into an NFL stadium. But I imagine arriving at that stadium is going to be a relatively simple process for NFL. Fans FOOTBALL FANS. You know depending on what else they do. I imagine that the will get a final four. I don't know if I don't know if it opens or not yet another good question. What's it look that up? When we look at where it is and so north South East West Open close wanamaker retractable and then the Golden Knights can host a Legion Legion stadium. It's it's the most extravagant stadium named after a crappier line and there was another sponsor who didn't even believe when I saw that they were sponsoring it that that was a thing like how like their own pilots were coming out and saying that they don't let their own families fly on it and it's stain enough customer base to have enough money to build an arena possible. That allegiant is a Las Vegas based company. That's the only because the plaster all over the board you know they`re. The allegiant company was plastered. All over the boards at the team all arena. I was right. I Miss Direction when I'm not always keeping score. It is south of itself west of the hockey arena on the other side of fifteen. Okay just south of Tropicana so you need to go left on Tropicana to get to football right on Tropicana to hockey depending on which direction. So it's really just mute is what you're saying all right so Very very close to the stripped very close to one another and you'll gambling is a big part thereof. You've been caught this. I went to go buy a hat and then I thought you know. I root for Western Conference team. I really it would be disingenuous of meat. You Buy a Las Vegas Golden Knights Hat. Aol's looking for kind of like an arena hat but at the apparel stands on the concourses. They also have all the betting lines. So you bet on other hockey games while you're at a. That's that's unprecedented. Essentially turned every sporting venue that you have in the city into the horse track or the dog track. It's not sounding like that. Roof is retractable. Okay no no retractable roof. Add allegiance so outdoor games there. There's plenty of desert. They can put an ice rink up there. Vegas the college yes. Unlv is going to play but not not against Arizona. State this fall. They're going to play that game. That game back. Down at Sam Boyd Stadium. Complete to light. Twenty twenty all right tentatively so gambling. Las Vegas Apple Games and I've talked about this sports book. You know it could be where you could be sitting there. Game's about to start any game. You know you could be blue. Jays Red Sox game you could be sitting in Las Vegas. You could be at the hockey game. You could put money on it. I. I don't know if they take. What kind of action they take. Because I didn't look that deeply into it because I was more contemplating whether or not to buy a Las Vegas Golden Knights hat which ultimately decided not to buy a begin aviators late at the Minor League based at the baseball game. Big-league weekend but I did not get a hockey hockey law. Goes better than the eight or logo. I'm sure that it is but I don't have any conflict of interests of the Pacific Coast League as I do with the western conference in onto sharks hat. Sound like so you've got you've taken a leap off the polygamy bridge already just having teams in a backup reserved for the Canada. I'm not there I'm completely subject for another time About a minute to go here Prospects of that you know they've got an NHL team they're getting an NFL team. Baseball basketball can. Can you see either baseball diamondback? I just move up there and that becomes a thing they've talked about it Basketball I think would be fine. There basketball would work. I don't know if the I don't know if they have a critical mass problem like I think a smaller markets say my hometown Cleveland. Where you know. Cleveland were grandfathered into having three teams and they are entitled to having three teams and it gets to a point when you have too many teams somebody gets all the attention and somebody gets starved for a and we're seeing that with the Indians in Cleveland now annual cavaliers. 'cause it's a Brownstown. Especially if the browns ever find their way into relevance and you can have that discussion about the raiders. Moving to Vegas. How soon do they have to be relevant? I mean the the nights to the Stanley Cup. Final right away. How patient is that town will find out we had throat you. It breaks general. Jeff this territory on sports overnight America and we'll be right back. You're listening to sports overnight. America okay. Let's go. It has been said that everyone has a book in them. But you have the time or the ability to write your book. Maybe you picked up some skills or headlight. Experience that you'll want to pass on in the form of a book to help others. Maybe you WANNA leave and autobiography for your family. Or maybe you built a successful business and you want to share your story at Dorrance Publishing Company. We HAVE PROFESSIONAL WRITERS. Who can help? Turn Your Book. Idea into a finished manuscript quickly and affordably a dorrance ghost writer. 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You wonder how good of a show that they can put on if this team is not relevant if the team is not good enough to be interesting Is it going to turn into a situation? Like you have in Miami or in Phoenix where the interest in the visiting team kind of trump's. What's actually happening with the home team or did you see this? This fan base remaining in. Maybe this team never becomes irrelevant. Because the fan base and the gamesmanship the show that they put on is so grant. I feel like the fans might after some time tire. You have what five years ten years. No relevancy the fans in the city themselves. I think might kinda throw in the towel at some point. But I feel like there's always going to be enough people rotating through there that are going to see the arena. GonNa WanNa see what they have going on C. C. Hockey We had some visitors around us in our seats. That were really excited to see hockey international. Come through LAS VEGAS FOR REASONS. Other Than Hockey. You had You know probably well pill popping on a game because international I feel like they might not sell out every single game for their entire duration. I mean they'll probably be times where the numbers are lower. But I feel like there's enough people that go through Vegas. That will go for the. Saco going real quick the nature of the only team in town at the moment The raiders start playing. Do you think that that dilutes the product that dilutes the sports fans attention and they're entertaining dollar all right? She said it she jen rich. I'm Jeff Rich. This is Ben Vegas our own fault you're listening to the Hartman. Newsfeed Radio Network Broadcasting. Live twenty four seven news. This is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram's service doing his cast March third twenty twenty. I'm Mike Clifford Pete. Buddha judge formally endorsed Joseph Biden at a rally in Dallas adopting some of his favourite phrases describing him as the best candidate to bring back dignity the White House and restore the soul of the nation. That from the New York Times they quote Mayor Pitas saying that Democrats need to win back the White House in November in a way that starts to change the toxic and divisive nature of our politics right now former candidates amy Klobuchar and Aurora also signalled. They were endorsing biting as voters head to the polls today Minnesota and thirteen other Super Tuesday states advocates. For Latino voters feel that the major presidential candidates don't engage with their demographic enough Mike Mohan reports for pianists in recent months of National Latina. Group said they didn't receive any feedback from certain candidates when submitting surveys or trying to schedule meetings Francisco. Segovia runs an outreach group in the twin cities says after trying to get more Latinos to participate in elections. He is found. It's not always a priority for them because they feel ignored. I realized that I wasn't alone. That often times People running for office are not connecting with our communities. Segovia says while it may take some time for his demographic to become convinced to participate at elections that doesn't mean major candidates should avoid them. According to the Pew Research Center. Thirty two million Latinos could be eligible to vote this fall. The report says that would be a record and would exceed the number of eligible black voters for the first time this save as Pew Research Center Survey found that more than seventy percent of Latinos favoured the government playing a larger role in providing healthcare. A majority also said they supported CIRTA. Gun Colorado's fifth community stepping up efforts to ensure that historically undercounted racial and ethnic minority colonnades participate in the twenty twenty cents. Auxiliary Bishop Or. Hey Rodriguez with the Catholic archdiocese of Denver says all people regardless of race religion or immigration status are made in God's image and deserve to be counted. He sees participation as a moral obligation because of the impact. It will have on programs. Families rely on this. What is the heart the senseless? It's not about numbers is about how this numbers will help us to put in place programs. According to those numbers according to those families and children long standing and largely substantiated distrust of government remains one of the biggest barriers for participation among communities of color and faith leaders are reminding residents that all personal information collected in the census is confidential and cannot be shared with other government agencies. I'm Eric Gladys this month. Census Bureau will send out an invitation by mail to every household Colorado received thirteen billion dollars a year in federal funding based on census numbers. This is PMS. The FDA has recently approved a new heat dot burned tobacco product. It's called Ekos for sale in the US but some Kentucky Public Health officials say consumers are being left in the dark when it comes to doing what the side effects long term health risks of the new products are Elizabeth Andersen Hoaglund of the Kentucky Department for Public Health Notes. The tobacco industry is focused on creating more high tech purported alternatives to traditional cigarettes. The more products introduced in the marketplace. The more confused the public is going to be. Because how do you keep straight what tobacco product is? 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They closed down and opened their shops. They come to court and they say oh we have no money. Meanwhile there's still oftentimes operating business deville passed both houses of the state legislature last year. Then stalled in the governor's office until he vetoed it on January first sighting due process concerns. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting finally our ticket off report Montana Conservation voters has released candidate endorsements for a state board key to public lands that had hopes of securing a conservation minded majority the State Board of Land Commissioners also known as the Land Board decides on issues that affect state owned public lands. It's made up of five members holding statewide offices including Governor and attorney general head of MCV. Aaron MURPHY SAYS SUPPORT FOR PROTECTING PUBLIC. Lands was critical for their endorsement. Public lands are part of a seven billion dollar per year outdoor recreation economy. So we're not just talking about conservation issues. 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We saw a power plant with a bridge that took a bridge running over at the took longer to build than the dam dam itself and We took in some hockey and baseball in Las Vegas of all places but we are back with you tonight and ready to rock and roll. Jon You had a good time in Vegas. I take him back to be right here to talk about Christian. Yelich getting two hundred and fifteen million dollars and second people anything for the Milwaukee brewers and that's kind of thing about this you think that these teams that are spending nine figures on one single player that they've got worlds there one player away from the world series and they need that one player to get there and the bruise really. Just haven't been all that close one. I'm pretty sure I can do this vegas because I think they have like Internet there to to fifteen. Come back when you're three thirty. Two fifteen four Christian Yelich. It's the best that they're going to do in the thriving metropolis that is Milwaukee Charissa levert had you ever heard of care sliver before watched him drop fifty one on the ugly clad. Boston Celtics at the garden on Tuesday night. No idea I wasn't even positive as saying you didn't say it that way. Vert fifty one points. They didn't have Kyrie Irving At Boston gave The Nets all kinds of the business about it. They were up thirty one point. Twenty one points seventy one fifty and they ended up losing that game in overtime. We've got Tom Brady to talk about. We got a few. Nfl News and notes on the Yankees are going to be without a key players on opening day and the cubs like being in front of the microphone even when they're not even off the field yet. She's Jen I'm jeff this territory on sports overnight America you're listening to the sports byline broadcast work and we'll be right back Hey travelers do you want to save money on your next flight? Then pick up the phone and call. 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And more no matter where you are in the US or around the world you can stay connected to the host and fans who love what you love so check us out on facebook and twitter at Sports Byline USA Right Center Field Yellow John. The daddy makes the judge Christian Yelich coming up with it and Paul host Racing Back Buddies Donald that second bryce year which trump this play in the gap turns to handle a double blind with the bases loaded in the game on the live. Yelich your cooking you the bell territory. Now here's Jen and Jack talked to the hand. All right buddy welcome back. Gandhi hit is foul tier on sports overnight of Erica. You'd be listening to us Siriusxm Channel Two eleven for streaming woo on iheartradio and catch archive shows on iheartradio. Just search for sports overnight America and we are always streaming live at sports byline dot com. And Jen. I gotTa tell you I was not expecting to talk. Brewers I was not expecting to talk Christian Yelich on this particular evening but Milwaukee's ready to cut the check do twelve and a half million this year. Fourteen million. The next and the brewers had the option whether they were gonNA give him fifteen million Or buy him out for one and a quarter million. They wiped all that clean. So for the next seven years. Christianity is going to get two hundred and fifteen million dollars from the Milwaukee brewers or whoever decides speak of his contract. Should they trade him? He's twenty eight twenty eight so this is kind of a risky deal assuming that it gets done You know he's GonNa be thirty five at the end of it prime years kind of behind him. So you're paying for what he's done for you the last couple of years rather than white. You really think he's going to do for you. This is not four hundred million. This is not three hundred million mean team but it's only seven because the three thirty was what thirteen years? The three will four thirty. Oh yeah the three three for three hundred right. Yeah and what was tried truck guide like four? Something on shot ended up being way north to the over thirteen years much longer amount of years but two million dollars is almost the norm This is you know. He was injured last year but he's still played one hundred thirty games. I thought that he missed a lot more time. But the that injury must happen later Labor remember. Do I remember what the injury that he had? The injury was a foul ball off his knee. Okay so probably something. That's not likely to have plaguing. It's like he tore something or he's crazy surgery. You're right. He still finished second in the. Mvp Voda he's still on the batting title. He led the National League in batting average two years in a row. In fact Three Twenty Six and three twenty nine as best two seasons young and those are in Milwaukee so he was sitting to eighty two in Miami. And it's funny. Because he was playing with those Oona and Giancarlo. Stanton down there but the lineup in Milwaukee little more protection around him and you know he's he's a decent player. May I don't know that I mean you could say that it was kind of a no brainer for the brewers because they just haven't had a player to his caliber? That's made that much of a difference but you'll for the Milwaukee brewers I'm trying to look at his game logs here. They had Braun. They rode Bron for awhile. And he's still around but slightly tainted very very tainted tainted any. So you know He. He got the runner up to yellow or To bellinger in the MVP battle a year ago and again in twenty nineteen he. He didn't miss that much time to injury. He played right on through to any play. Basically every day didn't miss. It didn't actually miss all that side at all the foul off Occurred it's hard for me to even invited. It's hard for me to even find where where he missed the time Just at first glance but Eight hundred thirty one hundred sixty two games. He's given Milwaukee a lot over the last two seasons. He's been on the upswing. But the Milwaukee brewers themselves are not you know they're not on the doorstep they are you know they need to add other played the DADS and pitching their eighty nine hundred seventy three last year. They were only a couple of games above the the the watermark and they went to the wildcard game because they didn't win the division over the cardinals. They did lose to the eventual world champions Washington nationals. And by the way we're going to we're going to visit teams like the nationals when we get to It's been awhile since we played played a game. It's been a while since our last trivia Tuesday night excited for that of course. Am So we're talking about relocated franchises. We're not going to do the easy ones we're not going to do. Is IT GOING TO BE ALL CLEVELAND? Baltimore a differently in fact I've got the I've got the Trivia Tuesday script right here at Cleveland of Baltimore and Lebron to Miami Cleveland. The Baltimore team really relocation entire teams. Not just metal building super teams the crux of the teams. But yeah no phoenix. No NO CLEVELAND. On the list that does take Baltimore. I mean I might ask you where the Baltimore stallions moving in will I will give you fifty bonus points right now. If you could tell me what League the Baltimore Stallions play did not gonNA give you. There are no points they don't matter it's kind of like whose line is it anyways. Exactly like. Whose line is it anyway. The Best Games are the ones where nobody understands the scoring system like who has anyway around the Horn horseracing. Boxing Soccer Soccer Stansell scoring system and soccer. Or the xfl points after touchdown did not watch it access to busy. Vegas ing all weekend. Didn't catch any of it literally. Tv's plastering every wall. Well the the sports didn't spend much time sportsman. I'm trying to figure out what exactly I did. I mean we ought to a baseball game. Saw THE INDIANS LOSE? What's your hockey game? Watch the home team lose. Lake HAVASU FOR THE FIRST TIME EATING. We ate a lot of food. Lots of eating percenters eating and drinking easily easily a lot more than drink old. You had a pancake besides your head. I'm still eating pancakes. You're still house. Ago-go fifteen pancake. I'm eating every damn bite of that thing. So I thought that the Vegas Buffets we're open twenty four seven so we're going to the re the carnival World Buffet at the Rio Office is something. I was disappointed to be right about. Yeah well you asked me if I looked up and you know. Of course. They didn't like most things on this particular show right and we ended up plan being into something pretty nice the the Hash House. Go back at at the Rio Hotel Chris. We have a few problems getting to the Rio yeah. There's apparently another Rio on the in downtown Vegas Freeman. Poorly planned. Trip was planned trip The NFL while Labor deal. I thought that it was a no brainer. That Seventeen Games was stupid. But I've got some of the lesser players trying to speak up because they don't have three million twitter followers and try to say you know maybe we should take a little bit more money. Maybe we should deal with this seventeenth game. You know if you're making the League minimum you know your salaries league minimum divided by Sixteen Games and you get a game check every week. So you are adding one sixteenth of your salary on top of the full sixteen sixteen year salary and some of these guys are saying. Maybe they'll take it so there might be some Fighting in the ranks in the NFL. But this isn't affecting guys like Tom Brady. And Derrick Henry. Who are free agents? Tom Brady allegedly on the move. I'm GONNA go with. I will believe it when I see it. And it's been a little bit since anything about it and you've got scores on the other side spurs big winners With a I face Leading the bench. She's Jen. I'm Jeff Small territory. This is sports overnight America. And we'll be right back. Drives want right center field. That's GONNA catch. We are ten has yet to weigh that circuit bought his way to third. It'll be a triple for Yelich. The cycle for Christian Yelich. You're listening to foul territory if you were a loved. One is suffering from physical or emotional condition that has left you unable to work then. Listen carefully take this number down. Eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one. That's eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one. When you call you'll speak with social security disability expert and get a free evaluation to see if you may qualify for disability insurance benefits from the US government. 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Tuesday march the third over on the court in the NBA. Tim Duncan got his first win. As a head coach filling in for Popovich's he dealt with some personal business spurs one one zero four two one three over the Hornets Brooklyn Boston. One Twenty nine zero one twenty and overtime timber. Wolves tallied up a win number. Six of twenty twenty with a one thirty nine to one thirty four two feet of the. Pelicans the clippers continue to surge with a one zero nine to ninety four. Win over okay. See Golden State stolen from the nuggets. One Sixteen to one hundred. Toronto rallied to beat the sons twenty. Three to one fourteen snapping a three game skid the injured seventy sixers fell to the Lakers one. Twenty two one. Oh seven and the Kings gave up to twenty eight point lead but then regained it to go on and one. Thirty three to one twenty-six over the wizards over on the ice in the NHL. Canadians go up early and hold on to beat the islanders. Six two to Saint Louis has no blues. They win an eighth straight with a three two one defeat of the Rangers. Sidney crosby got his eight hundred assists and a goal in the penguins. Seven to three win over the senators. The bruins beat the lightning two-to-one Winnipeg showed signs of life and a three two one win over. Buffalo Minnesota had not won their last seven meetings versus predators. Almost two years they broke tonight with a three two one win. Chicago keeps them momentum going they get sixty two win over Anaheim Edmonson edged out Dallas and overtime two-to-one and the Golden Knights. Took a shot streak. Fs Oh wow the co- the nights take a shot at starting a new a win streak after dropping an ATM win streak on Sunday as they win. One to nothing over the devils. I'M GONNA stop talking now. What's up? Jeff Welcome back sports overnight America Spell. Territory. That's generous. I'm Jeff Rich. Kings came to town and just kinda erector momentum on like they did to the Golden Knights on Sunday night in Las Vegas one experience. That was just just an electric atmosphere. I think that we were expecting it. And our expectations were still exceeded. They've were and also San. Jose finally one not finally want their game finally ended five to two over the Maple leaves the Yes Golden Knights. Quite a show they put on there. It's like a high school football game against your rival. If they were twenty thousand people that cared about your high school football team. That's incredibly accurate. Because they had a drumline marching through The stands leading up to the game. There's cheerleaders everywhere distraction. Showgirls their robots and blooming Elvis impersonators Jeff Jeff Jeff Dunham going way too far with the bed which is it lasts on Branford Jeff Dunham the ventriloquist. He didn't entire stand upset. There's an entire motion. Picture was a fighter. I I'm totally been had. Some points know why that was why it was fun. Seeing how much locals are into it and and one thing that I really noticed. John was the The diversity sake gets reputation as being a very Caucasian his sport Canadian occasion. Now and that's just Canadians but I'll tell you what man Las Vegas it's such a melting pot. I mean you're you consider everybody that lives there. Full-timer works the Strip. Come from all over the world and this is their team you know. They're they have. They have the one team they're The really dedicated to talk a lot of Vegas Here on the at the top of the hour but let's Let's get some other things that we got Kessler Sivert. You hadn't heard of him. I hadn't heard of him celtics probably hadn't heard of him 'cause they notice him running by him. Light them up for fifty one points and a big comeback for the nets celtics ugly. And like you know I try not to get too caught up in uniforms and I get that. The kids like wearing the alternative uniform on. I don't see anything about the College Football College basketball uniforms for you. Know the Celtics really. I don't like the Celtics I don't like any bosses for the Celtics have really nice uniform. Both home and away. You'll either the green with the white lettering or the white with green lettering. You know it's a celtics on the home and away jerseys gum up the works. I did it with you. Know trying to do the black jerseys with the green writing in the green jerseys black writing and now they got these gold uniforms. Just kind of look like kind of look like what you'd expect to find in like a Mexican like bazaar or Middle Eastern bazaar even like where they send stuff that they didn't win the championship. So it's even license gear. This doesn't even look like it's scared but the wearing it on the floor. It's looks so stupid. You know like I mean. It's definitely better than the blackened green ones. Yeah they should only wear the white and green and the green and white. That's all Boston should wear so that bad. It looks like perpetual Saint Patrick's Day but there's a celtics like what do you want? I want them not to look stupid. I don't I don't want the Yankees wary you worry blue tops and I don't want the as inspecting clovers to be all over. It's like you really kind of built it up like it was is it Saint Patrick's day super bad. Well Yeah Yeah. If they were wearing Gucci style uniforms I would have been an even bigger problem with it. Terrible but no. It is not Saint Patrick's Day inside Saint Patrick's Day and they've got one of these like they're like they're the regular uniforms. But you've already sold you know so many L. Bill Russell Era Larry Bird Era Jerseys. That maybe need to mix it up. I called consider me old vaguely. You WanNa get the Gordon Hayward one because it's the cheapest right now Gordon Hayward Jersey. Yeah the cheapest over the golden's the cheapest period of the alternate green and gold. Hear things. Just say Boston just hasn't been able to put it all together. They do that. They have a good coach. I could see that. They've found the way to get good players. But you know you could say that. They won a championship. But that was back in two thousand eight. It's it's twenty twenty now Brooklyn Brooklyn has no identity as that. That's where that team in Jersey. They were Blue Gray and red. Nobody really cared about him. Nobody can you'll Chris. Christie said good riddance when they when they moved to Brooklyn and now they've got Kinda like dagger graffiti style jurors. I I actually liked what Brooklyn was wearing Brooklyn. Doesn't have any tradition. So they're creating it what they're doing right now is what is building the foundation. The Celtics have the Foundation Celtics on the twenty seventh floor. And now they're trying to build sky walks and they don't need to do that whereas tradition goes. I don't like it too like it. Either your about this thing with spike Lee New York Knicks. He's like their most notorious fan. You know since they are new stuff about Spike Lee. While he's not GonNa go more Knicks Games this year. 'cause ownership surprise James Dole in the idiot has had a problem with the way that he's been entering the he says it it would've VIP address which all our RV Ip's US and he wants to use in spike. Lee wants using employee entrance. There's a problem with this yet yet. Implemented that started the air. You don't just decide on game. Sixty six that spike Lee can't use this entrance. And am I gonNa Miss Spike Lee on the on the sidelines? No and you know why because I don't watch Knicks Game's nicknames Ya the Knicks. The Knicks are the Knicks. Are This thing that is supposed to be better than it is so it gets all kinds of attention. This is how I would feel about the coverage of the browns. Get if I weren't a die. Hard Cleveland Browns Fan. The Knicks are the Knicks are. What Matt Damon? The Knicks are Matt Damon movie to me. Aa Villa. Only those movies were a little bit worse. 'cause they're built up to be like something special at. It's the same boring thing year in in year out. The Games go on for way too long so nixed management instead of theology instead of handling this right way they they mock him. They mocked the situation in their in their press. Release they take an old picture of Spike League. Shaking hands with the owner of the team. Players aren't going to miss him. The fans aren't gonNA mess him. Fans wouldn't miss the Knicks of if they moved out of New York. If New York suddenly didn't have a basketball team so you give the but the the knicker sonics could be the Seattle knicker sonics and they can play a few games of Madison Square Garden. But they're just such a joke of a franchise. Maybe they need to lose their team for a few years so somebody puts it together. They're not. That's what happened with Cleveland. Not that it's worked out at all with the knockoff. Football chapter there. That's been back since nineteen ninety nine. I shared this joke with you I'm not sure that Too many people are going to quote unquote get it but Steph curry was supposed to come back on March first. They delayed his return and I don't have the twitter's name out here but I did share it to my facebook. Feed Bad Steph. Curry blew a three one return date and saw sets. It's it's pretty good. I know that you're not on us in the same place that I have with the three jokes. Three hundred jokes are still funny but my three one jokes involved the Indians. So because you don't have any three one jokes. It's just something that happened. There's not like this big joker out. It was a copy. Cat thing with With Cup sense like you couldn't just enjoy one hundred eight years of the world series. We just had listened to you guys all summer long. Tell us about this this. This isn't basketball. 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You're surely jeff rich on the microphone and Joey didn't get to this while we're talking. That'd be because we got caught up in in three one verbiage Fi. We've got We we have an opportunity for the San Antonio Spurs. You're not drinking out of it This particular evening but I I know that you do have a Spurs Tumbler somewhere around the studio here and you follow this team. You're familiar with the legendary. Tim Duncan and the Innovative Gregg Popovich and his lead assistant coach. Becky Hammon Pop Mrs Gaming at Charlotte on Tuesday for quote unquote personal reasons in the Internet is up in arms because it was. Tim Duncan the assistant coach. And Not Becky Hammon. Who's been there for years? The lead assistant this twenty fourteen says to fourteen so six years six years five years plus so it's Dunkin Doug Dunkin actually filled in for pop Back in November and the claim was that had scouted the team he was most familiar pop gotti jacket and Dunkin takeover. Don't you took over? So he did it for a little bit They lost one twenty one to one sixteen in that game but also he was a loser in his first win as a head coach because he has had coached previously to now but they lost but he coached he goes just one wire wire even he claimed that Heaven and hearty. The assistant coaches made all the causes. You know obviously being becky. Hammon made all the calls in. He just stood there and yelled at the players and then there was speculation that he wasn't going to address the media the game which which he actually did do and everyone was upset just game back in Carolina where Duncan played his college at wake forest. I'm not sure if he's from there but he did plays college while they're so a homecoming of sorts. Let's see you on this because Gregg Popovich didn't WanNa hear any of it. I think Gregg Popovich said something along the lines of You know I'm not here to make history so something to that effect and I hear it here it is. I'm not here to make. History is what he said no question about having to the Washington Post. I get that it could be a little bit of a distraction especially last minute. Fill in like this. But were you with this. He's from the Virgin Islands. Sympton okay but okay so this is happened I it was on a whim. When top GOTTI jetted in November this one obviously they kind of had a little bit of a plan that they were going to put him in no. He has not been a coaching in any capacity since two thousand fourteen like becky has spent ever however he wore a spurs uniform for nineteen years. So I think maybe we give them a try and for all we know maybe the next time pop has to sell one of his cars off or whatever personal businesses conducting. Maybe they plan on letting Beki have a shot at it. Who knows. This is one instance. I think. Maybe it's not fair to you. Know to put the team and to put her under the microscope. Wayne you know this is the last minute kind of thing. Even if she's even she's doing everything other than you know blowing the Big West. You know having the big clipboard. She's GonNa get a head coaching opportunity. She's going to be the first. Nba head coach. I was thinking that with the the vest that happening Cleveland. Coming out of the All star break would be line Lindsay GOTTLIEB HEAD. Coaching experience at At cal I was thinking that she might get the interim tag but I do think that when a woman does get the job that they're going to have every opportunity to succeed which means neither one of those two ladies or any other female should take the next job when it when it becomes inevitably open again I form of protests. I think that there needs to be a you know that needs to be a solid situation. I think that you need to give a female chancellor to succeed so you don't end up with John Situation where it's just not a good way. I Think Dad. I what makes the most sense is promoting becky within when pop steps down even if Dunkin still there and I think the donkey would remain as the head coach and I think that the players would play for La. There'd be any issues with that. But I think you're absolutely right. You know when you consider that Becky haven't has been there since twenty fourteen as an assistant. Coach Tim Duncan has been there since nineteen ninety seven. I don't know how long of POPs been there for all of it by. He's obviously familiar with hop system. The players are playing in pop system. Their bowls familiar her from this Al FROM THE ASSISTANT COACHING PERSPECTIVE. Which gives her more of an intimate knowledge of game plan and strategy? And things like that but come Dunkin's also there. I mean he's been there for five minutes is one is somebody tweeted out or Beckingham and does not invisible and six for Popovich took over the Spurs. Did you say to them? Six Ninety six eighty six so the year before Duncan so every championship here. Okay so anyway. That's that's the Hammond versus finding things to get mad about for the sake of getting mad. I this is more people than it is the spurs us no discourse will disperse your some tribute Tuesday. Yeah okay so we'RE GONNA play relocated team this evening. All right. We know that the Winnipeg jets moved to Arizona became the Phoenix. Coyotes who eventually became the Arizona coyotes. We know that Winnipeg added team replaced by with the that's no longer in Atlanta thrashers had moved to to Winnipeg. So we're not going to give you any low hanging fruit and you've heard all about me talking about the Browns to Baltimore. Finger placed the knockoff expansion team. And you know. I pretty sure that you're familiar with the history. Colts moved to Indianapolis in the middle of the night from Baltimore. Yes so lost their team they had it replaced by the browns and the browns. Actually we'RE NOT THE FIRST TEAM TO LEAVE CLEVELAND. The Cleveland Rams actually existed there before the browns came into the NFL in nineteen fifty arouse basically moved. La In one thousand nine hundred fifty to allow room for the browns play in the NFL. In Cleveland in nineteen fifty where they won the championship. I believe the NFL championship in their first year. But that's not. That's part of Trivia Tuesday's just Everything's GonNa be from your lifetime. Which of course eliminated the opportunity to make our favorite joke about the jazz moving to Utah. They don't allow music. Do you recall where they came from. You call the jazz city that they really right. Yeah all over. Okay no no. Those were pretty points but And you didn't. You didn't get any points five o'clock correctly I offered them. But you didn't get in kind of money. I thought it was one hundred one hundred bucks at that point. A thousand bucks. Oh if it's all just talking about fake money. Let's let's make it a half half mill for the first question. We gotta make sure we get these in all right so This Sacramento Fred. Sacramento Kings moved from this city where they had to be renamed the Kings as to not be confused with the baseball team that was also in town in nineteen eighty five they moved from the city to Sacramento Kansas City. Hey I have. No one was expecting that. I don't think anybody was was there. On the BUZZER Shed nosers a baseball team in Kansas City. Bonus follow up from nineteen seventy to nineteen seventy by the by the way it was the cincinnati royals that moved there. They were formerly. The Rochester. Royals moved to Cincinnati. So sedated royals moved to Kansas City where they couldn't be the royals anymore. Because you have the baseball team there so What they split time with this Nebraska City from one thousand nine hundred eighty two to nineteen seventy five. Kansas City kings were the Kansas city slash blank. Kings Oh God the only two cities Omaha. You're all over at your Oliver Lincoln. All right never no question number two. The New Jersey devils moved to eastern bird in nineteen eighty two And they were formerly named at the of the same name as an existing baseball team from a mountainous region in the western United States coming in rockies all over they did the Colorado rockies existed as a hockey team before they existed in baseball team. You probably didn't know that. If all right stratified lemurs number three number three and in two thousand five this Canadian franchise move to Washington. Dc after splitting time between their Canadian. City and Sam Puerto Rico in two thousand three and two thousand four Canadians he moved to DC and became the nationals expos. Poor Expos three out of three three three plus the bonus question which was only worth like six points so so number for number four the Houston oilers left Houston after the nineteen ninety six and became the Tennessee oilers They intended to play in this Tennessee city for two seasons before moving to their new stadium in Nashville in nineteen ninety nine but they only stayed there one year due to poor attendance which Tennessee city initially move to. Oh MEMPHIS MEMPHIS MEMPHIS really support? Now well received at the Liberty Bowl in Memphis. Were the University of Memphis place. So that played at everyone probably got to Beale street and then just stops there. They just got us. They actually had to play in Vanderbilt Stadium in National One Thousand. Nine hundred eighty eight So that people would lock them out and watch the Tennessee oilers. So the Tennessee oilers played in Memphis for a year. Then they played in Nashville Vanderbilt Stadium. And then they became the titans in nineteen ninety nine and moved into their current stadium which was originally. Adelphia Stadium and think it's Nissan Stadium. Now all right this one promises be a little bit more challenging super confusing you. That's that's kind of what I do if I say no I mean do we just have until I am ready you just going to ramble on about something else until I say yeah fine? Let's just go to flirt with a forged some bonus points out in front and then we're going to go anyway and I'm actually just going to word it more difficult if you're not ready so since you already bonus that you are ready. I will be as clear and concise as possible the Charlotte Hornets. You remember them. You know -til uniforms and they're back. They're back as the Charlotte Hornets so still hanging out. Yeah so they they left Charlotte. After the two thousand two season moved to New Orleans became the New Orleans Hornets and then in twenty thirteen the New Orleans. Hornets became the Pelicans so becoming the jazz again because Utah really likes that name. Apparently even though they don't like music music or alcohol three point two percent or percent so so there was actually a season where there were no hornets at all because New Orleans was already the Pelicans and Charlie in the meantime got an expansion team in two thousand and four. So what was the name of that expansion team kind of other stupid bird? Charon or something the Charlotte. Hey Is it the hands Charlotte? They're actually the Charlotte bobcats. Remember that now Sound vaguely familiar to you. You were you were really awesome. You got five out of five points because you got the bonus question you gotta you gotta you gotTa Own That's that's really awesome. I couldn't et but I kept everything in your lifetime and changes for what's quickly becoming a long amount of time. Yeah in fact the only baseball team to move in your entire lifetime. 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Travelling to the Senate to stop a payload it's presumed to be nuclear warheads but I don't think they ever actually specify I've seen once about three or four years ago and I actually have it cued up. I just acquired it. Yeah to watch again because I it's a it's a kind of space horror but there is you know you got a lot of human element going on. You have a lot of back and forth between the characters. I seem to remember liking it. A whole bunch. I liked it whole bunch too when I saw like a decade ago when I watched it again last night and it scares me because the very first thing I noticed about the movie was how racially balanced the cast was and this is not something that even crossed my mind ten years ago but when I watched it last night that was the first thing that left out at me was that you had an Asian dude thousand seven Asian girl a white dude white girl and a black day. What you're saying that didn't seem inorganic. It seemed like it just happened that way. In the case of a lot of movies that are coming out in recent years. It just feels fake. Well I don't know if it if it fills any faker in modern movies than it did. In two thousand seven went sunshine was made right but it's people focusing on these things. Oliver Twitter and facebook caused me to immediately notice those things when ten years ago now I never noticed that about the movie I just watched. I just finished altered carbon. The second season yesterday which is another. It's a it's A. It's a sci-fi newer. Okay get your detective. And he's figuring things out. The first season was very well. I you know like you said I probably wouldn't of noticed the characters and their skin color in their diversity ten years ago but because that's all we deal with these days. It's the first thing I noticed. I'm like there's there's an awful lot of the same color person in this in this in this show but I mean it it worked. It's a really good show. I I definitely recommended. But Yeah it's it's I think it's sad that That's the first thing we we. That's the first thing we look for exactly because it is so relevant to the plot is relevant to how good the movies or anything like that. And it's not something that was true for me when I watched this movie a decade ago or twelve years ago. Thirteen years ago however long ago it was there was not something that was even noteworthy. It's like okay. This is the captain. This is the physicists. This is the doctor. Their racial makeup meant nothing Russia me. But now it's the main focus the main Hollywood's main focus and they are not. I don't know if it's Hollywood's main focus but it's the cultures Maine coast correct and they are appeasing the new culture and China. Yeah they they`re. They're jumping through fire hoops and and what not to make sure that they don't get any bad tweets from from the warriors out there who sit and making the they actually do all the calculations are well there was. There was only one percent black blacks in this in this new movie. That just came out. Or there's there is no representation of Intersex. It's like well Disney's your bad. We need to make sure that recruits defy you. People that's all they don't care about the story they don't care about the plot good character development. They only care about the numbers. Let's just which is sad as you pointed out in the second season of this show whose name I've already forgotten It's infected you as well just as it. And that's what's scary. We're being programmed to look for these things that we don't actually care about presumably what we shouldn't care about. It shouldn't be. It shouldn't even be a consideration only looking for good programs and not the numbers. It's scary that we can be manipulated. I think into looking for things that we don't care about simply because everyone else is looking for them and caring about the right so anyway. That's not the only issue. Going on with millennials. Apparently here they just can't cut a break are if they're not flipping out on twitter about the racial makeup of the latest Disney movie. Then they're going. I don't know I don't think he really insane. If you have Alzheimer's but it's it's it's brain it's dementia. It's the brain is falling apart earlier than than should and and evidently this is happening to a lot of millennial it's happening well. It's not just millennials. It's across the board okay. The millennials have the the most increase in numbers since this when the study was done. Okay and I did pull that report up as well This is something that is kind of near and dear to my heart because this is on my dementia is on my mother's side of the family. I got heart disease and whatnot on my Dad's side. I don't think that's going to be anything. I have to worry about some of my siblings. Maybe but yeah. Dementia is something that You know I think about. I've actually Chain some of my lifestyle choices. I need to stop drinking as much. I have cut back a whole bunch but I mean I make money odorant. I don't I don't cook off a teflon. Keep your house at fifty and my house is fifty. Basically the the whole thing about taking. Forget that taking cold showers. You know to to live in live in you up in the morning. I don't need any of that because it's always cold but anyways this articles coming from the affiliate voice dot Com Just last week. The number of millennials with early onset Alzheimer's disease is surging. Report finds dementia and Alzheimer's Disease Traditionally have been considered a concern for older generations but recent spikes in early onset of these conditions in Americans as young as thirty suggest. A different story now is I. Don't know much about Alzheimer's essentially as extreme forgetfulness. Right you start. It starts off with You know memory and then before you know it you. You don't recognize the people around you. You're pooping and peeing on yourself. You can't you know it's it's all it's it's a slow downward spiral and it's pretty nasty now. I realize where I'm at and the people with whom I surround myself but it seems like marijuana could have a lot to play here. I'm thinking a lot of drugs in this is going to lead me into another article where I do believe. I'm blaming this. I think it's I think it is a matter of Two very popular drugs. Both legal. That I wasn't taken when I was a kid but a couple of years. After decades following it became very wide widely used and. I'm speaking I'll just get to the point. I'm speaking of Ritalin and adderall. Which makes people forgetful? Though I've lived that I used to have a terrible memory. You could almost watch my memory. Go Downhill real time over the course of like three or four years. But when I stopped smoking I stopped. Basic things like probably started rebuilding. Some of those burned out brain Your wiring and I don't know to what extent you know. Canopus could actually be responsible for Alzheimer's or anything like that but if we know that this substance causes short term I think memory loss as the first the first steps short term and then it becomes long-term. Is that true for Alzheimer's as well and I'm not sure they're different types of dementias. I just I just found out about another one that I've never heard of before. But it's Basically brain is Deteriorating Okay so between twenty thirteen and two thousand seventeen early onset dementia and Alzheimer's diagnosis increased by eighty three percent. So four years there. Eight hundred eight hundred. Eighty percent increase among Commercially insured Americans aged thirty to forty four. According to a report leased by the healthcare. Insure that age. Group includes the oldest millennials so millions. Start in so if you're born after eighty-three all we have to about ninety five ninety seven ninety six ninety seven. You're you're a millennial this weird to me. That there are forty four year old millennials. That doesn't make that doesn't make sense because I'm forty one and I'm just on the cusp. I'm an Xer so that day. That's that's a slightly different definition of millennialism ISM. Maybe so it should be. I would say about thirty eight if you're thirty eight right now. You're a millennial or younger or younger. Yeah I would say twenty to thirty eight sounds about right anyway. This is free talk live. We're going to talk more about Alzheimer's and how it's affecting millennials and what could be the call is particularly according to an article CONAN has those. Add adhd medications this freetalklive eight five five four five zero three seven three three. That's eight five five. Four fifty free as freetalklive. Don't miss this year's liberty con with great speakers like whole foods CEO John mackey Congressman Justin Amash and Nobel Prize winner. Vern SMITH ATTEND TO SPECTACULAR. 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Okay shoot I did but there is a weird thing going on with the dump button over a G- But Yeah I was pretty we all. We all knew that was coming any time people call before the show starts. It's never a good sign but I mean if you don't see sounds like you really like trump. I mean instead of telling us to go off. I mean maybe tell us why. He's such a good president. Maybe maybe we can have a back and forth so what was that thing that you said about Sanders and trump. Because there was some background noise from the color that I was quite know about it was about Biden I Love Biden and I've predicted from the very beginning of this contest that the primaries would be rigged to place by the nominee. I predicted this almost a year ago. I guess at this point and then Gilbert came up doesn't matter if Biden gets the nomination. I made the commitment that if Biden gets the nomination I will vote for trump out of spite and I think that it's going to happen. I think it's more likely that Bloomberg is going to get it. Watch you wise. It'll be Biden's I called it a long time ago going to be the. Where does hillary come and everything else was a show? Well it's all show right but it's a show that's been rick for buying Biden for over over a year probably well before that even would you rather that Sanders get the nomination and lose. Yes to trump. Yeah Okay so you prefer trump over them asked me today who I actually work for trump over over sanders but I would like to see a victory over socialism. I guess I'd like to see him win. And things go badly enough that we never get another socialist candidate again. But I don't know if that that would. I think it would be so bad for this country during the timeframe that Bernie is president that I mean yeah we would never get another socialist candidate again but the damage it would be really. I think it would be bad very bad during that time. If you are like me and think the damage is gonNA come regardless of regardless of who is in charge May. Wouldn't it be nicer just to get it out of the way I don't get it over with though while we're still young by the way we can handle it? I guess it seems like there's GonNa be a lot more damage though from from us and I don't know I don't. I don't have any more socialist. Than DONALD TRUMP. Though he's I think he's a lot more but but the the problem I see and this is why I always wanted Hillary to get get into office. Not Because I support her at all but because she would She would rally the opposition in the form of I'm thinking conservatives and you know right leading people's maybe she rallied them all the way behind. Donald Trump will well now that they know that that was a good thing though. That's the thing. No that's the thing. They have their man now and now. It's all died down now. It's like nothing ever happened. Saying everything's Kush look at the stock market. Look at all the blacks. They have jobs now. I mean it's all the silly these silly number shambles ran house. We just got out of the war. I think was Afghanistan. Well Yeah we're not. They still they still. They're still like eight thousand troops there. We're out of our way out of war with Afghanistan and the way we're no longer at war in Iraq. Yeah it's the it's the we're still there as I say we. I mean our soldiers protecting oil and drugs. And I'm thinking especially opium well. Let's get back to the phones for Martin calling from West Virginia Martin. You're on free talk. Live are y'all doing pretty good. Hey what's on your mind. Yeah I got a question for the heat. Yeah go ahead Did you had your pain is removed during surgery. I did not. I have in fact not had surgery good question. Thanks for sitting on. Hold for twenty three minutes to ask that. I wish I had your level of boredom in my life. Didn't even sound drunk. Why would you wish for that level of boredom because it would mean that I was less busy and I could? Do things like just sit there on. Hold for twenty three minutes to ask an idiotic question. I am jealous of that level of slot. Ignorance is bliss right. It is being stupid. Is You know if you don't have to. You're not thinking about all the stuff that's going on out there. You're probably live longer. I mean you got to think about that at the top of this dudes priority is sitting on. Hold for twenty three minutes to ask me that. That's amazing Kudos to you dude. For a well lived life and thanks for helping US prove that it is in fact freetalklive where you can call about whatever you want. Yeah but I don't think that he was going to ask anything that was remotely appropriate. So he had to go. Didn't dump him got sneak. Most radio shows you would sit on hold for a longer than twenty three minutes. The cost would pick up. And you'd say to ask you what you were. GonNa ask and probably dump you off the line even if you had something that sounded reasonable and in topic but the show. If the Costco just doesn't like the sound of your voice you're gone you know that brings up a good point because that is. That's really the rush limbaugh formula. Yeah where he just talks and talks and talks and the only people he has call in sycophants right. I love listening to your rush and it's like it's horrible. But he's on his way out so the the question is unless unless he remarked believe recovers which I don't want him to die or anything but whatever I want him. I don't care if he dies. I don't exactly but I mean what is next. Who's going to take for example from cancer and then I got Alex Jones burkey white water filter. We'll actually cured. It was a miracle. I'm wondering because I don't think his competitors are going to be able to pick up the slack so the question is what's going to be the next formula to people like listening to the day. 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Which evidently today is Super Tuesday which means a lot of Republicans and Democrats are going to be voting and I don't really care about isis super without any results. They're saying here at least the New York Times. It looks like six states are leaning or or probably going. Biden has won two. Apparently they're calling it very early for Virginia. North Carolina for Biden Vermont. They're calling for sanders without any results. But they're basically saying that it looks like Biden may win six dates and Sanders is going to eight but so brokerage convention which in Bernie's GonNa fight it sure. And then because he because he could win the popular vote. Bloomberg will probably stick around to fight and a brokered convention as well good for him. Little shorty shorty machine. What Mike Well? Let's get back to the Bronx moneybags. We've got rick calling from South Carolina. Rick you're on Free Talk Live. Yeah comment about the life. I honestly don't really think it matters if Learning goes up against not the mean. I mean you got it all made them either. You're getting an actual Jewish conniving rat versus trump was out boughten Jewish shelf. So I mean it really doesn't matter when when you get when it comes down to it. I mean they're both Israeli puppet. What we've heard this allegation before. Why do you assert that trump is an Israeli puppet while I'm surrounded by Jews? I mean look at them. I don't have a good brisk his his daughters his daughters married into the Jewish family. I think that's all I know. Having watched the comedy show it surrounded by Joseph? He's also surrounded by Jews but you need to learn to laugh more. Oh good point We're talking about three bud. Let sign the Holocaust is a lie. Did NOTHING WRONG. Holocaust to Y and FM eighty eight or yeah. It sounds like you liked short little guys like that with the little mustache. The all of the evidence kind of disagrees. The Holocaust is a lie. Doesn't even make sense grammatically Yup. The Holocaust is sad. To say was a thing that actually happened. So sorry to burst your bubble. Maybe Hitler wasn't real. That's what they're trying to say. I think right Hitler was there saying that there was no there were no Nazis that this never happened right. So they don't believe this guy was clearly trying to tell us that he doesn't believe in Nazis that he's very pro being not racist because Nazis never existed he. He's so open minded culturally that he doesn't believe that the Nazis ever even existed. That's how open minded culturally. This guy is I hope to never be so open minded colorblind perfect so looks carry on. We Got John Calling from Kentucky John. You're on free talk live. Hey how you guys doing today. Good what's on your mind I WANNA ask you. What is your opinion on Bernie Sanders? Do you like Bernie Sanders. Not particularly known your favorite person to person you may for the Twenty Twenty Presidential Twenty twenty question who is your favorite pairs than vermin supreme. I'm voting for Myself Dot. Fm effort. We're waiting to let me plug. Burma Supreme people coming from your nose. Man Well can't well is in jail so he can't do his show was he. Was He even doing a show up until just recently? Yeah I guess that makes sense and so I mean there is known associations between Christopher Cantwell and hosts of Free Talk Live so plus then that the Nazis. They're so stupid you know if you say something. I'm sorry but they are. If you say something like that your call is immediately. Going to get dropped and dumped. And you're never going to make it onto the airwaves. If you want to get your ideas across heffer repugnant. They may be. You have to at least keep it clean and be able to carry on a dialogue. And what's unfortunate about these people? Is that nine times out of ten. They're incapable of doing that. As we've seen repeatedly we have had these Nazi callers call in and actually carry on conversations with us. They say ridiculous things but they actually say things that have meaning so. Let's get back to the story about Alzheimer's because I wish I could forget the last twenty minutes. We could get over it so first of all. Let's let's define Biden probably has it. Let's by definitely has some sort of dimension which lancair there's not just that he doesn't know what stadium he doesn't he doesn't know what day it is. The comments that Biden. Who said that? He was Vermont when he was here in keene he says at every state he's in the wrongs he every state he's been he's been in the wrong state. Tea You mean Vermont. Graduating are like twelve feet apart. Yeah you're right about that. One election he was congratulating the win for Barack America. He's he thinks he's running for Senate He. He said Multiple Times. He doesn't know where he's at. It's really sad. Let the guy go out to pasture and just die. Because it's this this is this is this. This is senior abuse. It truly is not to mention the laws that this guy have. Britain are. I mean. He's really he's really messed up. He's really sick and that's why I don't want office is because one of the things that he's responsible for was the rave act. When was that That was in two thousand and one he was sponsoring this legislation. Rain this legislation. That was you know. He's very antidrugs and he basically said look. If you can't get on the drugs just make something up. He said this in a congressional session he said just make stuff up get them on something else senate and is he still against marijuana in twenty twenty. He's against everything still he's hey man Komo nannies drug dealers. They just need new products. They're looking for new products like anybody else like brokers on Wall Street. If they had leg hairs like little kids around. They'd be all right they would have to sell drugs. That could just be lifeguards. So what does the qualitative difference between Bloomberg and Joe Biden? Bloomberg has money and he's trying to buy an election which is interesting. Yeah Spider not. I mean they're both Authoritarians Bloomberg is actually a businessman that he's the best one out there but he's got a lot of money so he's done something right and also everyone hates him because he's all misogynistic and a actually that's about it any short. Oh He's really short. I still think it's funny that Trans People that they're completely ignoring the fact that Tulsi Gabbard is still in the race. Yeah I'm not surprised like we'RE GONNA RIG IT. You're not even invited the next. I was surprised. Peut gave up budgets prejudge. Well it's because that was part of the rigging Machar and they can't both be Biden's vice president. They don't need to be allies. The establishment arena. I thought when cloture drop out. I'm like all right. 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We have a state college and a Community College which which which by the way just shut down today because of guess. What co- road shut down the The amherst one shutdown. I and it's gone to. Yeah it's come to this because of one professor keen not right away. It's not it's not a big deal. If you're if you're young and you wash your hands you'll be just fine. It's a low populations about twenty three thousand. The taxes aren't the best but there are surrounding towns. There's some really nice surrounding towns around keen. So you could basically use the amenities here in keene and live out in one of the surrounding towns and have yourself some property and have yourself a little little urban gardener. Whatever is far as taxes are concerned. It's not that great but let me tax everywhere yet. But it's but a lot of people just look at the property tax. And that's all they consider New Hampshire in general is one of the lowest I think the third or fourth lowest in the country. I don't know what you're dealing with up there in Canada. That's where you're coming from but it's actually significantly lower here in this state than it is for for example is not low at all. They're everything's taxed over there interesting. So evidently it is on the FREAKING DOT COM website. Reasons Hyphen to hyphen moved to gain. I said that very poorly as reasons to move too keen all separated by physical. Find it at the FREAKING DOT com website. There's been a lot of political success. The cops here are about as well behaved and friendly as you can hope to find from. People who like are are paid mercenaries acting to afford it is it is. It's magical how human beings will You know Settled down. It'd be more civil when they are when they think that their actions might get out there and people might actually see them. Shooting dogs are kicking down doors. There are a lot less likely to do those types of things. If they know they'll be on youtube that night yes and they know they will be hearing. Cain and and if it's not if it's not actually happening to US people will contact us and they'll ask especially they'll usually go straight to to Mr Freeman but He who is a you know he's a reporter in his own right. He will usually go out there and Check on things and you might just your Your issues with the the state with the with the the you know the city or the state Are going to be readily available to anyone. Who is interested in this type of material? It'll be right out there. And so yeah it's your human beings are a lot of when Samir talker. See here for real. What do you think Mister Canada? I have him on. Hold because of the feedback. Hold on a Moment John. Here we go. Can you hear me hear just fine? Oh cool so you guys suggesting that just your monitoring? The police has created some change in the please culture there absolutely and there are a lot more. Imagine you have your own life experience of it but I mean. Is there a way to log the General? It's it's my general opinion dealing with the COPS and other states in dealing with here in this state. There's lots of videos of police encounters in keene as well you can find on Youtube. You can also find that one hundred one reasons film on Youtube which is more geared towards the free state project. If you've heard of the Free State project it is a migratory movement to move to hold onto the state. The State of New Hampshire not just keen but to the state in general that is already underway with what four thousand five thousand people have already moved supposedly down and there are other communities who handle things a little differently. You definitely have your politicos usually over in the Manchester Concord area. Yeah but it's worth pointing out that The the ad he was talking about promoting the Free State project right promoting specifically moved to the man the move here period if he is a man. If you're if you lean towards liberty and you just think Qian's a little too Democrat for Ya little left leaning there. There are likely to get arrested by the police who are not accountable. Don Valley Street beaten. Manchester's GEL is so bad that the superintendent of the jail was recently the new. Say something like yeah but it makes her no longer complaining about getting dragged around by their hair and beaten so I mean things have improved dude. That's really low bar. Meanwhile at the the Cane Gel here is typically called the Cheshire. County spiritual retreat. Because it's one of the Nicer chills that you can involuntarily spend your time in which by the way they can't keep filled with our own people here in this area that we we ship all over the state because we have. We have room for them. Well the state ships that man. Yes I don't ship them in that. Well the state ships a man and the jail gets money for it so there and I and as well and I am not as either but I mean it's better to ship them there. I guess then Valley Street Manchester or to the State Penitentiary and Concord. I think but yeah. They police cut block. I don't know if it was founded here but the people who founded cop block have certainly lived here. the keene cop block group has Kinda tied down beds but the cops are still one hundred percent used to being on camera. They don't even think anything about it anymore. Where you have police assump- jurisdictions who will attempt to arrest you for trying to video them and who will make up lies say no. You don't have my permission video me. You can't stand here videotaping this or recording this. You don't have any of that crap. Hearing keen they definitely believe they have rights that The the rest of sheep don't and it's also a college town which means that are cops are just inherently less likely to shoot people. Because Mommy and daddy have money. And they will sue the city of keene into oblivion if the keene. Pd shoots their their little. Charlie because Charlie was smoking a joint out on the sidewalk so there are all sorts of reasons. But it's also a cold place. There's lots to see and do it mostly bars but there are a lot of bars. Some of them take crypto currency. So there's also that checkout they WANNA one reasons film. It's got a lot in their Roger. By far the best. Recent though is the CRYPTO CURRENCY. I went to store today. I bought this monster using bitcoin. Cash I've all my cigarettes today using bitcoin cash I try to hit all of the cryptocurrency accepting businesses here at least once a week and it's there are almost too many to work into every single week so I usually end up skipping thirsty owl. But that's I know plenty of other people go there. So getting to the story about Alzheimer's millennials. Let's planning all right first of all. We need to China you so much for the call. Always great to talk about recess to move to Kane let us I know not dementia. We wanted to find. Alzheimer's Alzheimer's disease is an irreversible progressive brain disorder that slowly stores destroys memory and thinking skills and eventually the ability to carry out the simplest tax tasks and most people disease though with late onset type symptoms first appear in their mid sixties early onset. Alzheimer's which which is what we're talking about. This evening occurred between a person thirties and mid sixties and is very rare. 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It can even be stuff that was talked about in the first hour. They just have to be able to civil civil civil sick of way of putting it. Thank you so Alzheimer's. Well let's we're talking about what it was. I'm GonNa go through some of the symptoms row before go back into that article people with Alzheimer's have trouble doing everyday. Things like driving a car cooking a meal or paying bills. They may ask the same questions over and over get lost easily. Lose things or put them in odd places and find even simple things confusing as the disease progresses. Some people become worried angry or violent. The time from diagnosis to death varies as little as three or four years. If the person is older than eighty-one diagnosed two as long as ten or more years if the person is younger so there is no treatment as of yet. It's a horrible horrible way to go. I already have a plan Inaction I know what I'm going to be doing if I get it basically. I'm going up north and going bear hunting in February I. I assume that's in New England thing I guess that's a that's a CONAN thing. That's me going out like a fighter. 'cause I don't WanNa go I do who you did. You bring me my picnic basket aginst. I brought you some steak. That's it's just not a way that I WANNA go out. There's I can think of a lot quicker better ways to to go out you know and of course. I'll get my house in order before before but yeah bear hunting okay in February so back to the article. According to a study that was two thousand thirteen. I'm sorry Study was just done recently. Between twenty thirteen twenty seventeen. There was an eighty three percent rise in cases of Alzheimer's from all ages and I'll get actually break those ages down a little bit overall early onset. Diagnosis increased by two hundred percent among commercially insured. Americans between ages thirty and sixty four that included a five hundred percent jump among those forty five to fifty four and forty percent for those aged fifty five to sixty four. Now I like keeps referring to people to the increase in my people who are commercially insured where I assume that just means. There's no data on people who aren't insured because they're just going insane in their homes correct or out of the you know. They live in a tent behind the grocery store or my question is Any government governmental protected Health insured individuals. Take into account here or is it only private insurance? I wouldn't expect Philip Voice Dot Com to make a distinction between the two and that's in. That is a good point because these numbers might be completely wrong. I imagine would include governmentally insured people as well. Okay if if if that's the case then Than the numbers are probably pretty accurate. The average age the average patient was diagnosed at age forty. Nine still aren't millennials by a long shot. It's no that's like fifteen years outside. Let's actually let's actually look at those numbers. So the average age is forty nine The women are more likely to get fifty. Eight percent of Alzheimer's patients fifty are women Here are the actual numbers from eight from Twenty thirteen twenty seventeen. There was a three hundred and seventy three percent rise from age. Thirty to forty four so went from point nine to four point four. That does not sound like a a thing that should be ignored say substantial increase is substantial increase. Now still. There's still more likely to die. At the new corona virus. Oh my God so silly So still twenty. Four twenty five percent of Alzheimer's patients are puny ages of fifty five and sixty four. So it's still the older. The the boom. The older boomers Dow the forty forty five to fifty four which none of us are in a. It was two point seven percent and it rose to eleven percent so it was a three hundred and eleven percent rise. The older boomers were one hundred. Forty three percent right so all the age groups went up but the biggest increase was aged. Thirty to forty. Four the millennials and a little bit of extra in there too so actually actually my age group is in there. So I'm forty one so I'm actually in this category. They're strong winds. Between between Alzheimer's disease and obesity fat correct the clogging of the cholesterol clogging the small blood vessels in the brain causing plaque in that results. In platinum plaques everywhere every every part of your body gets in the brain while the brain runs on cholesterol and sugar essentially cholesterol is bad for you. Johnson. So this case yeah very very much. So if it's in your brain so John was John from Canada. Who called her while? He's moved keen. Or New Hampshire. New Hampshire is one of the lowest states for people diagnosed with Alzheimer's so we're the healthiest states in that country to go down to Florida. We're all held. People are retiring is one of the worst state. Fattest states in the country. Well and good point because all of the Southern States Alabama Mississippi Louisiana South Carolina are all heavily a diagnosed rates. They're also all voting for the candidate with Alzheimer's most likely see. There's any other good numbers on here. Where where am I learned about? Roach's North Texas Carolina. I mean TEX are. I don't even know where I am where you you might have. Alzheimer's the results of this report concerning especially the increases in early onset dementia Alzheimer's disease among younger people. Dr Richard Snyder chief medical officer for the Independent Blue Cross said in a statement while the underlying cause is not clear. Advances in technology are certainly allowing for earlier and more definite definitive diagnosis is regardless those developed dementia or Alzheimer's at an early age are likely or will likely require caregiving either from family members or healthcare providers unless you go bear hunting in February like I planned to do the time. Cost and impact on families can be significant and can require additional support. As the disease progresses diagnosis rates were higher in the east south and parts of the Midwest. Women made up fifty. Eight percent of the diagnos- diagnosis. It does kind of concern me. Because it's my age group that essentially caving in or not caving in but Generating these larger numbers. Yeah of Alzheimer's not infections. But whatever their would development so that's like something I have to worry about now so thanks Conan. Hey I'm trying to make you live longer. I get to spend the next two weeks until I forget about this article entirely whether not. I'm developing Alzheimer. Okay Johnson brought up a good one. You're not overweight. So you got that. Yeah I have a sneaking suspicion that there's a there are two very popular drugs that are widely used amongst this age group. That weren't around when I was a youngster. Think Reagan was on Ritalin. Possibly maybe adderall or cocaine but yeah readily was just coming into incidents into its you know its place in our in our culture and society right around. My time was very much against the meth. Let's go. Let's go to that article. This is this is a right little right up from web. Md written by Kathleen Dot DOE DOE DOE any and she says adults with symptoms of Adhd or attention deficit hyper hyperactive. Disorder are more than three times as likely as other adults to develop a form of dementia later in life according to new research from Argentina quote. 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Oh I'M GONNA hurt I'm GonNa really give life. I'm GonNa ruin his life. I've never threatened anyone I'm on. I'm the biggest moron on the planet. My name is James Whitaker. I'm Jami Pay Racist Race when I find out that there was a violent individual out there who could threaten my life and the lives of my friends. Of course I'M GONNA research him to figure out where you're at and where you're coming from because you're dangerous man seriously. Go ahead man go ahead. Ask Me Your question. In what came first the chicken or the Egg Mark Lexington? I ever said anything about his family. He's been doing it for years. And guess how they doing doing fine like Albert Speer Junior. He's going to have his life ruin with this kind of really really hurt and it's going to be good for him. Okay let me ask you. Let me interject a quick question here. I know no no. Let me ask you a quick question here okay. You're on hold now. You seem to be envious that mark and his family are doing just fine now so I have to ask James. How are you doing go ahead are you? How are you doing? I'm James Yes fine. I don't like being lied about on the public airwaves and being duct and being call the racist and the loser by a man who I could break both. His arms mashed his face into the ground and less than ten seconds. And it's like with school and Conan if you care Internet talk about my on the Public Airway. You tell him. This college is to meet. He was sleeping. I'm happy happy that he researched you. I like to go. I liked to know who who the enemy is you and you. James are the enemy Jeffey. You'd be getting that. He used to be apologize. Pay Me for the Public Airway worship. He added several months ago to suddenly appear truly Aria. Hey Jamie truly the file hatred and vitriol. I returned fire and I'm going to ruin a little kid. Shouldn't literally he literally couldn't even exist literally and the murdered person that Mark Egginton's murderer and health the murder get away with. He's still being a federal country fears. That died in expand James. Are you a question. He he's not. He needs it man he needs to raise some command of Jesus. Christ doesn't command somebody to forgive a murder no-no asking you to forgive me. I'm not asking you to forgive anyone. I asked a simple question. Are you a Christian? Jesus Christ with state of market. You should be in jail a late now James. Stop Talking. Listen and answer the question. Are you a Christian? Where should reach out to Peter Whittaker Kenton Witty kind and interview him who Peter Wittig? I believe it's James's brother who works at an Arizona Law Firm and I'd love to ask him questions about James Interview and be like dude. What was it like growing up with a cycle? They probably don't WanNa talk about him. James Are you. Do you have relations with your family? I'm done with him now. What's the next the next time you're calling James and you call him? I like to hear more about your family. Life parents are gone. Well you still get your siblings. Yup Are you like the black sheep. You've been stepped on all your life and he's definitely the black sheep. I mean most of his family was military. They went on to become attorneys and other military people career choices that I endorse Cohen. That because he would not like that terminology because he's a racist so he doesn't like I don't give a crap. What James kind of like so? I'm just the reason I'm just saying it's a Christian is because there's a lot in the old testament about visiting the sins of the father onto the child but Jesus was adamantly against that sort of thing james so it's not a matter of forgiving mark as a matter of why are you targeting. This child who has done you absolutely no wrong whatsoever. Whatever you would have to say about Jesus. He was not a fan of that And yes he would ask you to forgive a murderer so sorry. You should probably read that book again. I'm thinking you need to. You need to establish your own individual issues and I'm thinking I'm thinking comes from the Family. Just shotgun mouthwash man. Do that to save us. Well we wouldn't wouldn't be exciting on this show anymore. It would be doing himself a favor during the whole the whole country a favor. Yeah but I would say that as I mean. If you're going to talk about his dad gene Eugene what kind yes. He was the former military guys. He was a major in the United States army. He served in World War two in Korea. So you know I would just I who knows what this guy was like you know like for for all. We know deliberated awarded Sorts Soldier. Who was buried in Arlington National Cemetery? No you know he. He has all types James. Yes maybe. That's the excellent point. This guy has all these awards and all but he was asthmatics instructor. 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Adhd add compared to adhd disorder versus attention attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Okay so one of them also has hyper activity right right. When I'm super hyper energetic. Right and the other just can't focus. Yes so both of them are probably related to deficiency in dopamine in the brain and what happens with people who are dopamine seeking people they do things like to generate more dopamine and use update they basically churn through dopamine a lot and one of the activities that people who like to churn through dopamine two things social media and video games. I knew you're going there self itself treating and self you're creating an external self reward system but isn't that isn't everyone dopamine seeking in this in this call all human beings are some people are just worse about it in in churn through faster Nita and basically very boredom intolerant as what I would refer to it as so. I'm extremely boredom. Boredom intolerant and I am also diagnosed. Add was when. I was a kid. Although when I was young Boorda's tolerant. Sounds like a positive thing though? It sounds like a positive thing. But it's not good if you're a human being who has a brain because you're literally burning through your like humans are meant to do a lot of bored boredom stuff if you think historically you know what humans do with their lives. It's like for the most part throughout history. We've been doing things like staring at sheep wandering. You know like US watching US. Right get done. No would you put when you plant your crops. You walk away and you go. You go have sex in the Hay. Bale or paid rocks to the girl village girl. I've been playing too much starting value. So it's just you know so you were. Add Yeah so as prescribed. Re-lane I took it like once and I mean I just I think it was like a week or whatever that it was on this and I was testing it out when I was in middle school. Actually when I was first diagnosed in prescribed this and I had these feelings of rage that were just coming out of nowhere like I just started walking angry for no reason and I'm like this is horrible. I I want off of this immediately. Your parents notice as well or was it. Just you noticed it. I noticed that I was like experiencing emotions not linked to any reason. How old were you sixth grade What is this around the age of puberty? I say random rage just like normal all week of the Ritalin and then going away immediately after going off of it you know. It was definitely linked to that you know. And I don't know I I wouldn't say felt brandon rage. Probably more like random attraction to women but not not rage at that age. Now so since. Then you probably. You probably haven't tried outer all in your adult life simply because of that. You know that past experience I thought about it was actually given some but then I got rid of it. Yeah I always wanted to try it. See what it was like to see what the hype is all about and then I met someone who's taking it all the time and I'm like dude. You're crazy anything like you got. You got serious neurotic problems and we all know who who this person. I don't feel it's weird. I do feel sometimes like they can't focus but then I sometimes have really good focus like I can work on certain projects for a long long periods of time. I just have to distract myself at regular intervals and then go back to it. So it's like Kinda bouncing back and forth but I don't know I feel like I've developed my own means of which is probably the way to do it. You know to not fake to bake it but to actually train yourself. I will say though though again. I do feel like it comes back to being people who are boredom intolerant and I do think that that's a bad thing. In fact there are people in Silicon Valley. Of course who are like they're going to go on these Dopamine diets or dopamine fasting is what it's called dopamine fasting so it's literally taking away computers and phones and Video Games and Social Media. And whatever else so they're recreating the Catholic tradition of lint. Maybe but the idea is to spend a significant amount of time being bored and what that does is it allows your brain kind of refresh and Kind of detox from constant dopamine constant tiny dopamine hits. Facebook is kind of responsible for this like you're constantly being hit with a little GIGOLO dopamine Russia. I gotta like US Social Reaction You know. People and people are just seeking this especially in younger generations constantly getting hit with these little dopamine tents. And it's it's you know. There's a lot of research to suggest that this isn't necessarily good for you of in terms of its messing with people's reward reward functions in their brain and really messing with people's ability to properly be motivated to do things that are a lot more meaningful and it might actually cause cognitive deterioration later on in life. They could be linked to the Alzheimer's and we don't even know it. Yeah well according to to this study this Argentina study people with Adhd are three times more likely to form some sort of dementia later in life. What did it say that? Adhd is linked to having dopamine problems in the first place. I made so their their brain. Chemistry is already screwed up in some way. And so that's that's a really good question. What the Hell is Adhd? Is it even real? Because you can't see with brain scans. I mean what Justin describes as being a for a bunch of intolerant. Yeah see I was thinking. He used a version that I was trying to find a different form of that word. That sounds normal exactly exactly so I was. I'm very happy that I was born when I was not later in life because I would have been that kid see I. I don't spend any moment of my day being bored. If I'm bored I WILL PICK UP. A book or I will pick up my guitar. Pickup video game controller. Hyperactive kid. I was the one who I was the one who got though we're talking. Add and but I'm thinking there but aren't they basically the same thing? They both have the same one dollars plus hyperactivity they both get Ritalin take both can but Johnson wasn't Ritalin. He tried it for a week and didn't like it. He was about to about the turn into the hulk. Start Punching people no good. I'm glad I didn't. I wasn't all doped up as a kid and I had just fresh Air Force Toronto. This is free talk live. Let me ask you something. 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North Carolina six percent reporting Joe Biden one. Now I don't know about the county makeup of these places how they do things but it seems like they may be cooler that a little bit too early in unless they know something we don't. Here's another main. John is not called. Sorry the Alabama Joe Biden one one percent reporting Joe Biden one. They said I don't even know what to say. It sounds completely and totally useless. Which you know in general politics is so so we've been talking about. Add adhd here on the show and as we were discussing during the break. I'm still not convinced that boredom intolerance is a bad thing. 'cause I spend almost every minute of every day doing something and most of it is productive. Yeah I'm thinking if you are bored at any time I thinking that's a sign that something's not right that you need to go be fulfilled. You need to go find something in your life to keep you busy to keep you active to get you out there breathing fresh air and meeting New People and whatnot. I think I think it's a symptom of a bad lifestyle. I would agree. Boredom taught me how to play the guitar. Boredom cost me to write. Several books. Cost me to start doing podcasts. And to start a blog that ultimately led to me being here on free talk live also a result of boredom when I took up doing call to freedom every day. All of these are not results of boredom but results of wanting to eliminate boredom. Exactly I think it's a good thing and I think if you take that away chemically I think you have only done yourself. Harm turn yourself. Basically into little drone little sheep a little mindless drone who you know follows. Orders Raises Raises his hand to dismiss teachers. I can use bathroom. So is that what these? Add adhd drugs. Do is they make people. Okay they make any board. I'm I I've never. I've never taken I've I really. I know that I've never been diagnosed with having add. But I'm as averse to boredom as I personally can get. We were talking about what the differences basically. Add is just. They're the same thing except one. You have little fidgeting and Squirming so you're so you're you your boredom intolerant but you also can't sit still because you're because you're just so bored you gotta get out there and start doing things. If I had ever been diagnosed thankfully I wasn't. I would have had the hyper activity part. Because that's a guy who was all over the place Cormon and no one liked me a couple. Teachers alight me but and finally got finally got over it. I mean it wasn't that bad once. I started getting into her teenage years. I said I other problems at other problems. We all did. Well the ones who. Yeah the ones who weren't all drugged up. Most of the kids I remember as having add adhd and they were more often than not on the more intelligent side of things and they were bored in school. Of course. I was born in school as well but I was better behaved. I guess at least during that particular part of my life. It wasn't until like my freshman year of high school that I just religious went off the rails and started smoking behind the building and things like that low. Yeah acting out in class. It was no screw. You and your stupid roles. I'm GonNa do what I want. And then they implemented uniform so you can imagine how that went for someone who is used to wearing. Kinko and kick wear trip yeah. Let's let's implement uniforms here. This go well so Johnson you are of the mind that boredom intolerance is a negative. Think possibly okay. I don't really know it feels like a negative thing. It feels like people it sounds like board and okay with it. I don't know why because finding ways to fill one time with productive or even unproductive things seems like a good use of one's time all the better if they're productive but I play video games just like anyone else that's not productive now. What did you find? Johnson that said video games you said it just increased dopamine levels it. But it's not actually. You don't think cause of Alzheimer's 'cause I always thought the best thing you can do recording to the studies. But I mean who knows you know? Alzheimer's really is and how it's causing whatnot. But the best thing to do is to stay active to be reading plane puzzles so Doku scrabble. Keeping your mind. Active is the best way to prevent it. And I'm telling you man when I play video game. I'm more active than ever all right. Well I guess I'll make this my prep and just go into a story then about About this thing is. They're actually science behind. Dopamine fasting trendy concept of dopamine fasting actually finds its recent established addiction therapies. Dopamine fasting may be Silicon Valley's latest wellness trend art human beings like biologically designed to become addicted to is it that like the focal point of human existence to find a way to get dopamine and beat it into the ground here. But if this isn't that why humans house that's it's seemingly easy to do this now but yes. If it was caveman days we would be totally. We would always fighting to get that next rush and fight off the Grizzly at the same time or the bully. Mammoth but now it's it's a button click. I can get a hundred different ways to pop my dopamine by a couple of button clicks so we just replaced having lots and lots of sex with playing lots and lots of video games it just going to say hundreds of things and I think one hundred things to do right now see because I don't know that the PLO caveman playing with sticks and the dark there was more sex going on historically than there is now a days. I would say that it's probably the reverse is true. I don't know but I mean speaking of how human beings generally acquired dopamine worked as many obvious option. San But I was actually about to change that because remember hold on hold up because the Caveman did wall drawings or played in the dirt with a stick or spare time getting the exact same dopamine rush or at the shepherd playing watching his sheep out there and playing in the grass would create little game of it and get the same dopamine rush. As you playing world of warcraft it is it is absolutely. You're also when you bring up something like the way that we get the death of me but humans have always been after that rush to a certain extent but what you're talking about is first of all major. Dopamine had something like saks or food or something like that can result in a major dopamine. Rush but you out. The workforce minor dopamine Russia's Shepherd flicking pebbles or whatever to see if he can get them to land on this stump yet that's as created a little game. He gets little dopamine list every time you got little ones little tiny ones and he ended up saying little ones you get from facebook and he has to work for it. I know but that's just a button. Click away all work. It's a different type of work but pressing that button is still work. Just like flipping that little pedal pepple. I think a check mark next to my someone thumbs up thumbs up. Being one of my posts is a much bigger. Dopamine hit than me playing solitaire myself push versus pull so facebook. Something that's coming from. An external source is a push not pull in other words. If you're going to play a game and you're choosing to go do that on your own right your your choosing to pull that activity. Create your your choosing to facebook to say that you have but most people are not necessarily choosing to go on facebook. They're just doing it because it's a routine because it feels good. Sure because the shepherd not flip rocks onto the stub for exactly the same reason. Again it's Po- versus push what they're bringing up facebook. They're making the choice to bring up facebook. But most people aren't consciously really making that choice. They're just doing it. Because of the dopamine rush you could just as easily have the shepherd out there flipping stones right. You'RE NOT GONNA be lying in bed throwing across the room. If I have book I probably would cut but candlelight at night in your bed going on a throw stones endure thing. That is silly but kids. During the Victorian Ariza commonly lay in bed playing games with this how truth of dare got invented. Yeah there's going to be certain levels of that but okay. Maybe you didn't grow up in the eighties. It was a boring time. I don't know if you're aware it was more or less boring than any other time. Your you had a real good challenge Johnson in the Eighties. We had to build those forts. We had to you know break in a sweat and go out there and get anybody else but I remember time before the Internet. It was awful and if fortnight you have to build your own forts with minecraft terrorists. Don't miss this year's liberty con with great speakers like whole foods CEO John mackey Congressman Justin Amash and Nobel Prize winner. Vern SMITH ATTEND TO SPECTACULAR. Debates is government necessary and does capitalism require government intervention network with over seventy pro liberty organizations? This and a whole lot more April the third through the fifth in Washington. 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He also got lucky with that strategy because all of all following those strategies really do is reduce the house chances to light one percent right mix advantage. Yeah exactly yeah. You're not you're not typically going to win if you're if you're gambling there must speaking of dopamine. Yeah exactly right. Yeah exactly my thought was I do I actually do like card games like blackjack in Texas holdem. But my thought is if I'M GONNA play those games. I'm not playing to gamble. I'm playing to play and I want to make sure that I'm not spending more money than I would. If I were doing some kind of equally entertaining activity like going to a movie or going out and seeing some kind of show or comedy or something so I wanted to be willing to lose about twenty dollars an hour. It isn't the rule not to spend money that you don't have so like I. I have twenty dollars if I can make six hundred twenty. It's okay but I will not dip below the twenty eight of the rules. Sure and if I do if I go over you give girlfriend behind you. You also don't want to go over and like you sit down. Here's twenty dollars. It's gone That's awful. You want the twenty dollars. WanNa bet in a way that twenty dollars going to last at least you like an hour an hour two hours. Because that's what you would spend if you went to a movie you know right so at least that's my thought you know that's how I play. I don't want to sit down and watch twenty dollars disappear. Do you have at it gambling? It makes me ill. It makes me physically ill I cannot. I can't it's one of the things where any any kind of risk. You've just like freaked out if it's uncontrollable risk. Now I mean if it's you know an old junker that's two hundred dollars like all right. Well this is a gamble I I can. I can fix it if it breaks down to me on that because it doesn't feel like gambling because I know that I'm not going to spend more than that so it's like if I am sitting down going with the mindset the money's gone like I'm going into the mindset that I'm GonNa burn this money hopefully it's GonNa last me an hour or two to burn this money and that if I win money than all. That's all I'm getting is like they're going to win money or I'm not going to win money. But in the meantime I'm sitting down to be entertained for an hour or two you know and I'm paying for that. As the cost of drinks were not go to casinos. Yeah sure because you can get very drunk very quickly and it doesn't cost you anything exciting tipping the server. Ideally right and it's cheaper than going. Not Not here in. Kane hearing Kim like forty bucks to get way more drunk than you can in Las Vegas. You're not gonNA find a bar where you can do that. But Take Forty Bucks to a Casino. You can get hammered. Inland two hours. And you might. You just might leave with more money than you came with. You don't expect it. Yeah exactly I go there to drink. This is my drinking money here and at work as they will keep coming to you. We'll keep it flowing as long as you keep gambling they will keep bringing you drinks until you vomit and they have to ask you to lead. The thing is just makes small bets and go as slow as you possibly can. Another reason why slot machines are so bad because they burn through money so quickly. So let's talk about this dopamine fasting so this this whole like Silicon Valley bad people. People are actually doing this. Yeah so so is it. Isn't it kind of just like going off grid for a week or something? Or here's the thought. It's during a SO-CALLED Dopamine. Fast extreme practitioners abstain from any experience that brings them pleasure including but not limited to sex food exercise social media video games and talking according to volks. Go without talking. Sure but the rest of that where food. So what if you could only unsalted unsweetened oatmeal? You have to sit in a chair and look at a white wall all day long and you can't do it. How horrible is all this? Some people go so far as to avoid making icons. This is sports desert type. A nonsense or performing moderately fast movements all in an effort to avoid stimulation. The New York Times reported. So Vox and the New York. Times reported this taking a break from sins and small pleasures. Fasters attempt to reset the brain's reward system a network wired in part by chemical called dopamine. After a fast they report feeling more focused and finding more joy and the activities that they've avoided according to business insider. How long has a normal fast? I don't know day three days a week home. Probably that's probably a week. Fifteen minutes actually. Fifteen minutes might be perfect for some people out there. Somebody's somebody's posters. Despite its suppose it benefits and good detentions. Dopamine fasting has stirred up controversy. Dr Cameron Sepah a psychologist. Who helped popularize? Dopamine fasting has argued that some people have pushed the practice to an unfounded extreme and attracted attention from Click Bait journalists bent on mocking Silicon Valley. Meanwhile some recent news articles have argued that the trend oversimplifies oversimplifies the role of dopamine in the brain to the point of being inaccurate. There's a tweet here from Bethany this Just because rich dudes and white silicon which white dude and Silicon Valley do? It doesn't mean it's smart or make sense it. All dopamine fasting is one a logical to massively neuro- scientifically ill informed and three not worth media coverage let alone than York tweet. Well what's up with that comment and there's linked to New York Times article. 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Let's call it what it is. It's lint. I don't I don't see any distinction between it may be in fact be in extreme version of lint because as I understand the Catholic tradition. They just give up one thing. Yeah but is it lit like sacrifice whereas this is actually more of a spiritual sacrifice healthy. It's it's more of a health benefit if you if it's actually doing what they say that it does well so if you are Catholic and you believe it. How many how really spiritually healthy. But how many people really believe it or they're just doing it because that's what we do. I I see no reason. I'm not going to start doubting the sincerity of people's beliefs that they say they're sincerely believed to me. That just leads down a bad road. Well they say they believe it. I'M GONNA assume they believe and these people. These dopamine fasters believe that it works and so there are people believe essential oils will save them from Corona virus to or cure their cancer. Well live science supposedly dug into the issue. They say to clear up any confusion live live. Science spoke with X. can't talk live. Science spoke with experts about the neurobiology of addiction tried and tested therapeutic practices and the many roles of dopamine in the brain. The Take Home Message. Is that dopamine fasting though perhaps poorly named grew out of established methods in addiction therapy and maybe beneficial if executed properly first of all what is dopamine do. First and foremost dopamine is a neurotransmitter a chemical passed between neurons like handwritten notes between school children neighboring neurons pass these notes through intricate networks in the brain by exchanging neurotransmitters brain cells work together to process information and direct behavior according to brain fax dot Org many brain networks rely on dopamine to function properly including a collection of brain structures seated in the center of the organ known as the mess Olympic reward. Pathway this evolutionary ancient pathway helps control our response to rewards like food sex and drugs according to the Income School of Medicine at Mount Sinai from this past week pathway dopamine ventures out to other brain regions that shape our memory expectations emotions and reactions about rewards although often described as a feel good chemical dopamine doesn't work by triggering feelings of pleasure and happiness in the brain's reward center. Michael Treadway a clinical psychologist neurologist. At starting neuroscientists to emory university told life-science this is still hotly debated but I think most dopamine researchers today would agree that dopamine is not about pleasure treadway said instead dopamine maybe more about motivation the willingness to expend effort to reach goals and gain rewards. He said how was I not about pleasure. It's but it's it's it's both. It's both motivated and pleasurable. Maybe I mean that's the way it works. I mean you you killed that monster and get some gold and the time goes off and you level up so you've gained ground and you get your motivated to do that. Because you want the reward correct. It would be the same thing if you got that raise at work because you're working sixty hours a week and you're you're trying to sum climb the ladder and you get that reason. That's the dopamine hit. The idea is that for example. Maybe people who get these this constant drip of dopamine from facebook and then our demotivated by having that constant reward of dopamine might then also not be willing to then get up and go to the gym for example because their reward is deployed as going to the gym inherently better than sitting on facebook. You get the dopamine from from from that workout. But you've got to work with it again. You have to work to post a mean to get the likes. It's just a different kind of so much easier. It's is clicks junk food. Does that matter junk food. Because it's because it's too it's too you're making you're making qualitative assessments that one of these other making qualitative assessment and. I'm asking why why is going to the gym. Better the sitting on your phone using facebook because one makes you fat and Die Sooner. And the other thing life south personally witnessed. Why are you trying to be independent individual assessment of the person who feels like they are making bad decisions because they are dopamine saturated? So let's not make the statement that it's some sort of an object that go into the niche less on subjective truth to the people who are how. I'm really screwed by what I'm doing with my time. That's it checking demeaning into me. I need to take dopamine fast and directive reality. That is literally subjective because they are literally subjects. But it's their own subjective experience and determination. Yes but when I'm getting at here is that both of you are asserting that going to the gym is somehow inherently objectively implying. Back from. You're asking what the difference was there. Both dopamine hit so I go work in our. I'm going to feel really good. Not that you're going to feel really good if you sit on facebook posting likes to. But I'm you're looking down on one while the other why we're talking about which one's easier to do why does making it easy make it bad. Hope because because posting mean in a second that you didn't even create just with a couple of button clicks and you get the same satisfaction is going out and work in an hour. But you already said you could have big better. Dopamine hit from going out for an hour they might be the same they might be exact same level. I'm saying one you have to work for and that makes it all different. But you're still working when you download and share the light. You share the me but if I can do it. It's a different kind of fifteen seconds. It's it's the level that took me to get to that. Dopamine hit was so much easier and I probably gained some pounds do it. Are you like one of these? People like thinks that there's not like things that are healthier for you like if you go out and you get a Burger Burger King or you know healthier and healthier than the other plenty of our healthy and I'm saying that it really doesn't matter. It's false to say that eating healthy eating. Oh Hey nihilism tattooed on me. I think I. I'm not about to go dopamine fasting but I think that the way that you get your dopamine hits everyday does matter. And facebook clicks versus pumping iron is two different worlds and one is better than the other meaning. What do you make that assessment? We'll talk about next segment. Eight five four five zero three seven three. I want to tell you about my favorite crypto currency wallet edge well at EDGE DOT APP. 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Reilly Smith Interview

Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

20:24 min | 2 years ago

Reilly Smith Interview

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You really have no excuse to wear clothing anymore that doesn't fit golden edge presented by ESPN sports mobile from station casinos. What is up fans this has been goes to the Las Vegas Review Journal? We got a great golden edge. podcast coming at you today. Eh Sat down with Golden Knights Ford Riley Smith at city national arena and touched on a number of interesting topics that I want to remind you that the Golden Age podcast is sponsored sponsored by Sdn sports from station casinos. We're also presented by Harry's Indochina and Roman without other way let's let's get to the show. What is up fans this is golden edge odd cast coming at you live from city national arena? I am Ben Goats One of your Golden Knights or reporters with my colleague day. Shane and a very special guest. We have Golden Knights Winger Riley Smith joining us today Riley. Thanks so much for coming on things army. Yeah really appreciate it so first of all. Just how's it going right now. What's kind of the mood of the team? 'cause he has a little bit of a slump. We're not winning his negatives as we'd like to you like you said a little bit of a slumbering out with Really turned folks on our work yet. Again Era Defensive Structure Toge- service losing skid our right now Obviously practice a little bit of an option today. One thing I noticed that the end. You cody glass or working on the between the legs move scoring. Are you trying to give the rookie some tips on how to do that. Trying to pick up some things actually It seems like all the younger kids coming into the League. They're they're so August their hands in they've done so much skill development so they're pretty good at those Around the net and it seems like there's goals being scored that way so A lighter thing the Dannebrog this is actually pretty good attitude Cody so he's teaching recent. Thanks so let's talk about just maybe a little bit on how you got into Hockey Odyssey. You come from a family come from hockey area area around Toronto. I'm just naturally gravitated toward it absolutely. There wasn't much else to do. You know I played hockey in the winter and Lacrosse in the summer Since I was five but add do older brothers who both started playing hockey and skating around three and four I started around the same same time. It was kind of just the natural thing to do in Toronto team. Like all kids are playing Pretty early in getting into it so it was something I enjoyed and it was a good way to do something outside of school with her brothers. Yeah did you play with your brothers. A lot growing up was there a lot of like emit house competition. There's a lot of in house competition taste. There's no doubt about that. So two brothers Brandon. He's two years older than me. Rory's four years older so I never really played with them on league teams or anything like that I. I was a little too young in multi small so I wasn't able to join but at home. We're always doing stuff in pretty competitive so you know. There's a lot of leading noses houses in in chipped teeth around the house just from playing mini sticks in stuff at home so we are definitely a handful for my parents but they did a good job you know putting up with us in Illinois ends at home so as it was Grad. I certainly remember your brother from college was kind of influence on you in in wanting to take that path or was that maybe just the best choice choice for you. Miami University. Yeah I don't think any of the. Oh L. teams really wanted me sell H- really yeah so I had to wait it out a little bit both. My parents are educators later so they really instilled on on that route for for us in I think it was the right choice for me. I need a little bit more time to develop basically a pretty small. I think I was when I was drafted. One hundred fifty five bouncer so can went to probably but it gave me an extra couple years to to play junior a UH Iger physically a little more time for skill development. in-network count for me. I really enjoyed my time in Miami in having my brother. Brennan in you've played Wisconsin as a sounding board. Going through that process with was great is a unbelievable career Wisconsin. It would've been nice that get get to play against them we were. We were close when year in the frozen four Boston. College beat us out in the semi finals and then beat him in the final so that would have been fine. It would have been nice nice to have those bragging rights later in life but on all it was a great choice for me to go to Miami I think it was the same for my brother. Brendan ended the plane hockey. Rory became a Lacrosse players. The National Lacrosse League was there ever a decision point for you as to which brother you're gonNA follow her. You're always hockey. Yeah no it's. He said it was a tough decision for me like I said I was a smaller kid growing up in when I was probably all the way dead sixteen extend years old. I was probably better on the cross growing up in. That looked like that was the route that I was gonNA take until my grade probably ten or eleven years school look like hockey was painted out for me so the cross was you know it was a big part of my life like I said earlier played every summer in. You know. It's pretty good at it. I really enjoyed I do it doing it and I had my oldest brother who is really good lacrosse player. So is a tough decision for me. Obviously a lot more opportunity with hockey so I I decided to wait it out with across and ended up working out because the next year I was able to get a scholarship to to Miami University and be able to play there but it was a I think it helped me with my hand eye coordination just being able to do both sports all the grown up. Yeah so that being said we're GONNA see a lacrosse style goal from you anytime soon like the hurricanes did I can't. I can't pick the bikes. Can you do that in practice. Like I said earlier. The young kids are. They're so good at all. These nifty plays in. You know you don't really see less demanding games but when they do about they pretty dazzling. You won't see that for me. I unless you fix it up and plops it on my my blade. It's is not going to happen. So Rangers injures are coming up on the schedule have been burned. Texted is that a normal routine. Does the trash talking chirping go on when Riley and Brennan coming up the game. I mean you guys see every day. I'm a trash talkers now. I of course relationship with the brand new we talk pretty often It doesn't get to eat it on the ice against him but it but it's nice to be able to play against them it and it's nice our families coming down enjoy with US usually the night before I grab dinner with 'em or something like that. Yeah it does kind of lose the trash talking edge now that you guys have been through it a couple times you know. This is obviously. Isn't your first Rodeo. Playing each each other you have some experience at this point the ad the first couple of times it was pretty surreal. I guess there is a little bit of jarring played brandon one year in the playoffs when I was in Boston. Austin in that was probably like the hype of the competitiveness Is really cool to go through that that you know that that whole process with Amit and being able both kind of live a country when playing the Stanley Cup finals than do it against each other now won t master lose. Unfortunately it was him but It it was really fun and hopefully we can do that again sometime. The series a he played the Bruins. You guys was seriously tried to fight the Dino Charro. Is that a different time. Yeah I think it was that series. susie that's one of the regular season games. 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We as professional athletes can implement in in the community and it's such a great influence in the last few years really starting to realize how easy it is to give back in how appreciative people are about it. So there's a lot of people in this community and all over the country and in Canada's well that can be helped from hockey players just reaching out in it does make a big difference so one the more recent things you did was the cherry softball in the summer in Las Vegas Ballpark. How much fun was it to be in that stadium and get to play? It was awesome. You you know. Hopefully we can do it again this year. That's the goal is to do annually but thanks to teammates. That came out in some of the Las Vegas celebrities and the The Oakland Raiders. who showed up because they really helped make it a great event into it for a great cause so it was nice having such a great fan base? You Know Vegas Golden Knights Years Throughout the whole game. It's great to see that even in the summer. It seemed like this community wanted hockey when the wasn't around for a couple of months this summer but is great to see their year long support. So like I said hopefully we can do it again. I think a lot of people really enjoyed it in for great 'cause okay so who had the best swing on the team I. who were you most impressed with? I don't WanNa go. I was kind of impressed by MARCI. He added many home runs as close. Jose Canseco so didn't see that out of the little guy. Neither neither I really didn't. I figured he'd be one single athlete type of guys but he. He mentioned that any played a lot of baseball growing up. But you know. He says he does a lot of things he says he's good at everything. So I I figured I was just trash-talking but it was good to see he definitely one that homerun Derby force it. who had the worst thing? Who Do you never WANNA see taking bad for your team again? She Theodore maybe him. Or William Carlson emme. I wasn't baseball until we. Yeah Carl just like. He just seemed like he was on a different planet that day. There wasn't a lot of hustle and his asking us like jogging. First base a lot of the time. So even at Kala Hustling in that game. I know what's Carlson's excuse. I don't know as the summer. Have five thousand. Say he got up until next summer. Get get more on. Yeah Yeah But yeah those those Hala hit a inside the park home. Run I think. He almost gave her chairs couple of heart attacks when he was coming around. Third Base there but He enjoyed it I think that was the hardest he ran Dan probably eight or nine months. So that was pretty cool. You and your brother Brennan also handed out about fifty sets of equipment to a bunch of youth players later in the summer in August. I I just touted that come about. And what was that like those a really cool experience. the helps with these programs that that can give the opportunity for players to to give back sets into minor hockey associations and we decided to do one or we spend our summers in Nova Scotia in was just you know. A lot of deserving families has nice to give them that in obviously. The kids really enjoyed it. And they had a lot of fun so albuquerque. Claiming can be expensive occupied Achieve Sports Blazo. Every kid deserves the opportunity to be able to do that and it was a good way to be able to give back to unity so for you personally a little bit. Are you Kinda like music guy. Do you have a song or or sometimes you play before a game not really. I'm CANNA pretty bland I like top forty I maybe should start listening to something else. I pretty much listen to whatever expert on in the Myanmar here Martin Than Merrill is like a music guy too. Yeah Johnny Yeah. He's A. He likes everything though. Janis easygoing whatever you put on. He'll be singing. Good is there a TV. Show your binging right now right now. Jack Brian to show on Amazon prime. Just junkers Kinski Jeff from the globe up the APP and it's tough to see him in a different way. He's not that believable waiting for Dwight d pop on screen in the background somewhere. But it's a pretty cool show it's We spend so much time on the road plane so I feel like I go through shows movies pretty quick it was looking for for some. Okay so do you have a go-to movie then as as well go to movie. I like a lot of comedy so a lot of Welfare Pharrell movies like I said I go through a lot of them so I'm pretty cut out but everything that's that's new is kind of. We don't know about hockey player. The travel time. You're able to catch up on the NETFLIX. And all the him on stuff and all that yeah either. You're you're watching movies playing cards so so I stay away from the car tables so I I'm a movie Guy Smart. If you weren't playing hockey what do you think you'd be daily. Probably Lacrosse or something It's a tough question because they spent so much time with hockey doc in Lacrosse growing up. It's it's been pretty much everything done outside of school so I went to school for for business management in a and that was kind of a minor behind hockey to be honest so nice going through the whole college experience in. I know it helped my my hockey game just having those extra time but you know the the school is important and so I guess maybe something along is this management i. I'm still a year. Oh from graduating so chip away at that. Obviously you still got a long playing career out of you but have you thought about afterward. A coaching management type stuff is that interesting. Maybe the ad does we spend so much time around the rink in you start to learn so many out to the game. I'm not just playing but everything around it and I thank after I'm done. I'd like to be able to give back in some type of coaching or player development. Hopefully picking up something in this game you know he spent so much. I'm doing it so the game is always evolving. But I think when you're playing you're trying to be a student of the game you pick up a lot of things in a Lotta different trends in so you know. Hopefully that's something I could do after I guess back to more hockey questions. You and William Carlson. I'm Su- skate together. Five on five escape together on the penalty. Kill I guess what helps you guys read off each other so well because it seems no matter how many guys are on the ice. You guys know where you're going to be I as I can't take a lot of credit for this I think he's just he sees the ice incredibly well It's been a treat to be able to play. Him Is the third year in Vegas. And there's definitely a huge steel being able to get in from Columbus is obviously is underutilized. There he's been then Using great for for me to play with incredibly well is a great passer. The wind in it seems like he's always open. I don't know how he does it. But every time I look over my shoulder easier wide open so hopefully this chemistry continues to play each other athlete with each other for for a long time. Here in Vegas. We talked about a little bit at the start. Obviously you guys are struggling with just kind of going forward in terms of the style what do you. What do you WanNa see from from this team going for? What do you think? Maybe he is the best way for you guys to go about winning games. I guess in terms of style I think we have to be just like a little bit greedier now. Oh I think our game right now or in the right places but were we don't have the awareness with our stick on the ice or just like little things that are caused in right right now and it's easy to to watch video and say you know I. I should've had my stick here. I should have done this better but it seems like when you're you're working hard in planned smart the Puck tonnages find you and I think that's just what we need to get back to right now is simplifying redeem a little bit lead in playing a little bit harder and a little bit grittier kind of making your own breaks a little bit. Yeah exactly the PUCK will find you if you're in the right place. Carlson is an interesting where today said Pesky ask once you guys start playing Heskey again. I mean. Do you agree with that. And I guess how does one play Pesky out there on the ice and I don't even know if he knows what that means but And we have seen. It's pretty optimistic. Seems like a lot of teams. Say That in in means you know you're you kinda just coming from behind in finding ways to landon. That's all you have to do right now. Is just to find ways to win but I think the best way we can do do that is just through work ethic and playing a little bit harder. That's all we got Riley a thank you so much for joining us really appreciate it. Thanks for having me awesome allows Riley Smith. I'm Ben Goats. Shane of the Las Vegas Review Journal. Thank you so much for tuning into the Golden Edge podcast. We'll talk to you again real soon.

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Takeaways: Darren Waller, Josh Jacobs, Jon Gruden and Derek Carr

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

25:19 min | 2 months ago

Takeaways: Darren Waller, Josh Jacobs, Jon Gruden and Derek Carr

"Look for seven at seven local streaming news from the las vegas review journal by on your smartphone at the rj app or it's available on roku tv fire tv and apple tv. Download the app and you're ready to go for senate at seven you're listening to bake nation. It's wednesday which means it's time for takeaways with me. Heidi fame. what's up everybody welcome to another takeaway addition at the vegas nation. Podcast this podcast is brought to you. By the las vegas review journal and also presented to you by blue wire hustle. I'm your host heidi fan. You can find me on twitter at heidi fang and today. My lineup is full of raiders. So you're going to want to make sure to hit. Subscribe wherever you're listening. I've got darren waller for you. I got josh jacobs for you. I also was able to catch up with jon. Gruden and derek carr at their availability's during training camp early this week. So let's get it going. I with darrin. Waller the raiders tied in who put on his own football camp out here in las vegas. The darren waller youth football camp. And i was able to catch up with him for a few minutes about the camp. The program everything that he's doing to put back into the community. Because this program gives to underprivileged children who otherwise wouldn't be able to afford a camp like this to be able to test themselves to be able to enjoy a sport that we all love football so he gave this opportunity to about one hundred kids all from underprivileged areas of las vegas and all grades from three to eight at this football camp girls and boys both so he participated in every drill. He had a giant smile across his face the entire time. So just. what. A pillar for the raiders to have as somebody who goes out to work with all the youth in the community. He's somebody that has an electricity about him when he's working with these kids and the people that he's reaching out to. So let's hear. Now from raiders. Tied in darren waller. I just wanted to get like how this all came together from you and just what it means to be you to be able to be a part of this and helping the community you know. I want to be around the kids and show them that. No somebody that does what i do. I'm not far removed from them. I can be here with him. Helped him have fun. Let them know that you know. They don't have to be perfect anything that they're doing but as long as they have a good attitude give their best effort and what they do. You know things are going to work out for them in the long run so just getting a little bit of that today. Some of these cases maybe their first chance out here kind of messages. Do you put out for like as you speak to them or as you work with them. Yeah i would just say you don't have to be perfect. I go around at these drills. You know as long as you're listening and doing the best that you can that that's all that matters you know it's a it's all about progress you know. You don't have to be the best at it right now. I was never really the best player in high school college. Or when i first got to the nfl. But i kept improving so just folks and on you know as long as you continue to get better as long as you continue to washable around you. Listen to the coaches You know things are gonna turn out. Well how do we get better out of the raider comeback and maybe get into the playoffs this year. Yeah offensively just continuing to build on the foundation They continue to get better in the red zone. defensively I thought they were gonna improve drastically this year Just from a more simple scheme and just go out there and be able to let their talent show and show how good players they really are. So i'm looking forward to great things this year. Yadda asked about rugs and brian edwards. Because you guys are all part of the same team offensively. And i wanted to know from your perspective. How much you've seen them come along with the kind of energy right now with that grid. They're super talented. Guys guys have really good head on their shoulders so they know that you know in the process of how your career goes. Things aren't may not be you know fireworks out the gate but as long as you can trust the process and show up and do as you need to do and continue to do the work. I mean i'm looking forward to those guys doing amazing things in us just having a balance explosive offense. What can you tell us about some of the things that we can look forward to as you in the community coming up. Yeah you know. As far as my foundation We have a fundraising event. September twenty seventh Coming up And with that one of the things that we're doing is we're funding people to go to treatment With grant program. So that's the thing we're gonna start rolling out since by treatment every month and you know just really impacting lives getting people that had that experience that i had to help me turn my life around and so we're trying to do those things and put it in fourth able be able to help max with that because i know he talked to me recently and he talked about his journey and how he's glad to have you there as somebody that can help him along as well. What does that mean to you. I mean it's awesome. Like i feel like the best thing that you can do is be somebody else helps somebody else along their journey and credit master. He's done a lot of the work himself. No one can make him do it. He's chosen to do it in wake up and embrace that challenge every single day so it's been an honor to see him grow into you. Know walk on similar path with him to be his teammate. Kate let's keep it going here with running back josh. Jacobs josh jacobs was part of the battle for vegas charity softball tournament. That don't it to different programs. Throughout las vegas and they were able to raise about one hundred and seventy five thousand dollars for the community. And josh jacob spoke to me during the lead up to this event which the raiders won by the way twenty. Five sixteen was the final over the golden knights. This is going to be kind of annual tournament that they hold over at the las vegas ballpark lottery. Were out there. I saw violator. Saw raiders senors saw guerrilla rela. So all the guys were out. And supporting the raiders in the community and Josh jacob spoke to me. Not just about that opportunity to be to do this. Josh jacobs spoke to me about kirby wilson's departure. We talked about the upcoming season. And i'm also joined here with your boy q. In the line of questioning with josh jacobs as we got into things heading into the twenty twenty one season is definitely cool because You know said. I actually went to a game and they actually made me like hockey fans so just to see them again and see them. Come actually competed on the team. I will roads. I mean because you see he just wanted to. Mvp jarvis landry us all so i'm say raise people don't know he actually tried out for For the email being High school. And so yeah. Roses resolute village. It moving you in a pinch-runner me. Hopefully i can do this. Basis lecture. Have you leadoff arkansas to do that last year. Two years ago. It didn't go too. Good so i don't know we might need. Our game. plan is leading the team and kind of having been a mentor to you. What does that mean for you to have him out. Here enemies everything. I mean markets. This is actually met marcus sufficiently two years ago and he's their mentor me ever since I mean just to speak on who years and what he did. Nfl and what. Type of manny is. He's he's been a great mentor to me. And i mean just to come out and play with them and hopefully get the win. It's gonna be training around the corner. It'd be normal trading kind of last season. i'm ready to honestly get back to it. I feel like this is the longest off-season the my life is crazy. Because i've been going around training crazy here in autumn types of as about through like it's been so long to get around the gaza commodity with these team. This year i'm saying china laden been bricklayers. Put it all together outside to have your backfield teammate adult when they asked me about him so before we got a room. Like what's your thoughts. Get you know sal. Eighty any addition to the team especially will x. factor that he brings. You're saying he's these different type of pet just to see what he'd do us in this our and what he can bring even if they use them in their return game us. What what is it. The raider fans don't know about india bags two running backs with that people don't know about these big like. What is that called. bowlers astrology. Free okay. yeah he's really he's really answer stars and stuff right honestly kerr kirby call me before. Maybe they call the whole room. But he'll be me as i'm talking to you because i wanted to make Began me the reasons why he was feeling like we needed to leave. And ultimately he's been doing this for almost twenty years. He missed a lot of time with his family and things like that that he wanted to get so as a man. I respect it as as a respected So i mean i. I hate to see him though. He's my ever cut. So i almost all the time as that's the way he does the way he goes about work every day he makes it fine. He may see light. Makes you wanna go out there and give them everything so many. I'm deputy miss him and bring him in hopes he's just a have at least half of what kirby nothing would be good. You got a good running back group. All of the winning tight on. We actually going running back rb dinner in a couple of days. So the four camp star so yeah. It's leather way alabama. Would it's a little different. Because what is different kind of would he he. He doesn't say too much. He's wanting them guys that he kind just like comes in and he. He works and he goes about his business. You know what i'm saying. But he's definitely cool that we had a connection even college. His roommate jay. They stay right across the hall from me in the dorms and stuff so we always been kind of. Let's take a quick break right there. And when i come back jon gruden and derek carr in the lineup. Liberty mutual insurance customizes car insurance. You only pay for what you need you know. What honestly that's all. We really want fairness they wanted in sports wanted in life. That's why all sports we love have rules. that's why we have offsides so players. Don't float down the field or the ice and get cheap breakaways. That's why there are foul poles sidelines and out of bounds in sports. The goal of fairness is built right in. 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Podcast tidy thing here and up next. Jon gruden jon. Gruden greeted the media on the opening day training camp. Which was tuesday. that's yesterday for some of. You are listening to this on wednesday as it's released and jon gruden spoke about what it's going to be like this season for some faces that the raiders really are looking forward to seeing he talked about divine diablo's injuries while so i have an update on that in this podcast. So here we go with. Jon gruden and i what. He's looking forward to seeing out of a guy named nicholas more row. he's one of my most. I guess he might be one of my favorite players. This is his time. You know if you know anything about morrow you have to tell me where he went to college were exactly that is he comes from a very obscure background. If you watch them play college football he was returning kickoffs. He was playing all over the place. He comes to the raiders. He makes it as a rookie. He finds a way to get on the field and now he's got a chance. I think be a captain for us. I think he's got a chance to be a different difference maker force in the middle of our defense but time will tell. We got a long way to go. But i really like him. He's at a great spring. And i think he's on the rise. I think his time is right now. Yeah music can run. He can really ronnie played safety at clemson. No offseason program. No i'm not making excuses. It was tough on them and then he got hurt. So here's another draft choice that is completely an unsolved mystery but he's healthy. He's ready to go. Richard smith has been coaching linebackers for the last thirty years in this league. He likes him. He's going to be a special teams contributor. i know that Divine diablo tweak disney yet a knee procedure done. We expect to have him back in the next couple weeks. But here's another young guy that can really run the as a bright i really alert. i think understanding of football. And he's got a big upside for us. Ally ward angry banking great now among the out years ago. Where you're i don't know who does all these grades you know. We got a lot of grades out there. My grades aren't very good. So i don't agree with a lot of the greats but you know feral. He's a good player. he's he's a good player. He's unique i think he's unique because he can play right in he can play left and he's a good run defender. I think he's his best pass. Rush might be inside and you saw that against the jets when we allowed him to do that last year but certainly he's going to be competing. He and carl nasa who had had a really good spring You know they're going to have to earn their snaps and If you know clean no he will compete and you probably should count on him. Being a big part of this have no idea how much. I'm excited about. Those guys i i mean. I think i hurt my arm. I'll again rogues when you walked in today you know rugs got hurt. In the first game last year against carolina. I think he caught a bomb and then we ran a quick out in charlotte. He got hurt. Man is to play a little bit against new orleans but then he missed the patriot. Game missed a couple of games on any head cova. Look he's sees the difference maker with his speed. You know he can beat you bad with speed and i think The more experience he gets with their With brian with hunter renfro and waller and guys. I think the better and better. He's going to get. And i think he learned from al aguilar and we're gonna miss nelson aguilar and that's one of the reasons why john brown is here because brown can make big plays at top speed and he could teach henry you know how to run certain routes that he hasn't run before but it's a unique group of receivers. They're great guys. And i don't want anybody to forget zeh jones. I don't think we have a better conditioned athlete than zeh jones. And keelan dos is another guy that if you saw when he got here and you saw him when he walked in. Today it would. It would really impress you. He's obviously going to compete to derrick carl. So had the opportunity to speak. And i really was interested as i asked jon gruden about the chemistry building between car and some of the receivers and that's also card discussed in his media availability on wednesday. So here's a little nugget. From derek carr on that one thing i it's been nice because we've had some carryover in the last couple of years. You know to where you know not only is it a new guy run a new route. You know. know when you're adding people smoke right here. Not only is he coming in. And he's a new guy learn how he cuts on. Certain routes l. cut differently you know and they all wanted to run around certainly certainly different. But you're teaching them. Assist them to well. We don't have a lot of guys like that. You know it's really him. Willie some of the young guys but you know hunters plagues as played you know. Brian has played in this offense tanneries plate in this offense you know in it. It helps the the relationship part. You know Going forward you've played games with these guys. So when i'm like hey remember such and says play in denver you know hey third third third out of the game. I need you to need you to run it like this. You know more like this and they have recall of that whereas with a whole bunch of new guys makes it harder. Because you don't have that you know you just kind of talking through it watching it on tv screen. And then now. I needed to do it physically. So having only a few of those guys it helps. Because you're not you're not having to kind of teach guy. Can you do it like this. Or i know you. Did it like that. But i just feel comfortable if you do it like this. You know. kinda mixing those worlds and really with these guys We spend so much time together. You know i. I would challenge these guys in the off season. You know just to see what they would say. You know. it's our off time. We don't have any thing that we have to do but they'd be like hey let's throw it back. Perfect see at five forty five you know and they'd be like deal like every one of them to the man was like. Yeah see there. And that i was just kind of just testing them. I just want to see if they'd be like well. Can we go eight. can we go. I just want to see what they'd say. And they were like deal. So i was like dang i gotta wake up you know but it was impressive because when you do something like that you you grow certain bonds with guys and i think our relationships or strong so i'm excited about it translates as it transitions into your to getting the ball. Low of more alive is on plays. Call all building confidence with you. John is he getting point. Do you feel like we're guys. He's starting to show you the things that you need to see. Jon gruden needs to see the remarkable the point. Yeah i think so. It's hard because you know without the pads and without like those live reps you know it's hard but like from where we're at right now. I would say absolutely you know You know this is the one thing that's different about this not high school. Where like it's like. Mom's gonna throw to my favorite guy you know like i don't care if the players we'll make it work you know you know this. This has a lot of it has to do with you. Know we have a guy there and waller you know it's hard to you know if you're calling the place it's hard to not call his number every time you know and you know. I think that henry is getting into that place. Where i think that i think the feeling is like he wants it. You know like and he's going to not ask for it. He's just going to show you if that if i hopefully. I made that picture correct. You know and it's it's it's exciting. I think everyone that saw him. I mean he looks bigger. You know You know he's he's hopefully. I'll get him to roller sleeves. Up a little bit you know and so those guns off but he you could tell the mindset was. I'm going to go work to be better at what i think i need to be better at. And when he showed back up the the violence he was running his routes with the speed he was coming off the ball with. You made you okay. You know like it was like you could feel it. You know as as mr mac would say you could feel his speed. You could feel his presence. And i think the more he just gets comfortable in this offense. He's definitely comfortable around me. Comfortable around dressy then. He's hugging him joking with him. You know all that and those are all good songs for hopefully being able to give we. I wish everybody could catch one hundred balls. You know i really do but again. It's hard to take away from. Darren when he's been so productive and and good for us you know if darren had you know w r next to his name and the depth chart no one would care. You know the fact that it's a tight end. Why don't we get to you. Know that just is what it is. You know if if if henry can show when we put the pads on. And all that which i'm fully confident he will. Yeah absolutely. i could see that happening. Here's some thoughts as my takeaways. I wrap things up from training camp. It really interesting to start seeing how the nfl is dealing with cova protocols with players with media with staff how things are starting to come back to the norm that we're used to and i'm going to tell you it won't be one hundred percent everything that you're used to but as for me we're starting to see it returned to normalcy. We're starting to see that. We can be in the same rooms. As jon gruden derek carr booth came into. The room is the first time i hadn't been on zoom call since march twenty twenty which was pretty amazing being that we're now to look these guys in the eye. We're able to develop that report with them. And that's something that i've said all along is very important for reporters to do when we're trying to report and bring back facts to you about a team is when we can look somebody in the i. It's not just about the answer that they're giving it's about the body language it's about the presence that they have when they're answering it. You can tell if somebody liked or didn't like your question right off the bat so it's always a good thing to be able to see that return for us to be able to speak to all the players and the coaches and to have that accessibility again. It's really important for what we do. And i'm glad that i was able to see that as far as being on the field i tell you a lot of hungry readers out there. A lot of aggressive raiders out there a lot of readers that are listening and paying such close attention to the coaches and all that they have to offer as they get into training camp. You see so many fresh faces as well with the rookies and undrafted free agents. That were brought in this year. And i'm still looking for who is going to spark. I'm keeping my eyes out on jimmy morrissey on the offensive line. I'm keeping my eyes. Out on dylan's donor in the wide way. Receiver department dj. Turner's well. who. Jon gruden mentioned. And i'm looking courses see. What a lot of the defensive rookies that they brought in or going to do malcolm coons when divine diablo comes back. Maybe we can get more of a glimpse of him in the coming weeks. But i really can't wait for everything to play out. Especially as jon gruden mentioned earlier and you could hurt this on the i ten. Podcast if you subscribe to that. He talked about the secondary and in that secondary with tyree. Gillespie coming in with demon our net would nevin lawson with guys like casey hayward with trayvon molin And so many other names. That i could just go on and on and how they're going to shake out who is in what position. What a nickle package looks like. Who's going to be up there when they're playing three deep. It's one of these things that we don't know yet and we're going to have to wait and see how it all plays out in camp and so to me. That's the most exciting thing to be watching right. Now is the secondary and the cornerbacks and safeties. How everything will play out for them. Because i was going to be an area that really needs to improve for the raiders to make a push for the playoffs and the twenty twenty one season. But that'll do it for me here today on the takeaways edition of the vegas nation. Podcast make sure to keep up with all of your readers. News on vegas nation dot com as well as lv rj dot com. Follow me on twitter at heidi fang. I'll put out as much as i can. Whenever i can't and have the chance to during training camp to keep you updated with what's going on with the silver and black but for now that'll do it for me. Thank you so much for listening nonstop news from the las vegas review journal. Senate seven weekdays at seven. Am and seven pm.

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Trump visits/Nevada Poll results

RJ Politics

39:46 min | 1 year ago

Trump visits/Nevada Poll results

"Right. Now the health and financial security of voters over fifty are on the line. That's why Aarp Nevada's fighting for your voice to be heard Aarp Nevada wants to make sure that you know all of your voting options and that all Americans can vote safely were they choose to vote from home or in person to learn more about your voting options visit AARP dot org slash envy votes that's AARP dot org slash envy votes paid for by AARP. This episode of RJ politics is sponsored by AARP. Nevada visit our website at AARP dot org slash envy your voice, your vote our fight I we we've had a number of visits in the end president will be here this weekend he's going to be up North Carson City and Elko I believe from the Las Vegas Review Journal this is our politics. CAN DO RJ politics the political podcast of the Las Vegas Review Journal. I'm RJ politics and government editor Steve Sibelius and Politics Reporter Rory Appleton? And we are talking to you today were just I think it's what is it nineteen days before Election Day, and so we are closing in on that. We got lots to talk about early voting is starting very shortly, and so we will chat about that. But first we're going to talk about a poll that was done for the Review Journal sponsored by the Aarp Nevada and we thank them for their sponsorships, not only the bowl, but they're also sponsoring our podcast so we appreciate them for. Doing that just to get away a couple of technical details out of the way, this poll was conducted by WPA intelligence of Washington DC carries a margin of error of plus or minus four point four percentage points We Survey Five, hundred and twelve. A likely voters here in the state of Nevada and we'll get right to the very top question who are you going to vote for for president if the election was held today Very, close, very close division. Here we have forty four percents a Joe Biden forty two percents say donald trump it's consistent with other polls inasmuch as it has biden ahead, but it is inconsistent with other polls in as much as the margin is just two percentage points separating the two candidates. So that is much closer than other polls have shown in the silver state. So So yeah, let's talk about that surprised by that result we saw yeah I mean I think as you mentioned, it is a little bit tighter. But not that much I. mean we're seeing usually about like six points or so i. Guess, it would have been about a week ago I spoke to former majority leader. Harry Reid who looked at a poll? I think it was Fox News. Had it eleven points and he said this absolutely ridiculous this is a five point rates. So you know I, it seems somewhat consistent. In a sense that it's a single digit race we we have it within the margin so. that. means. It's pretty much sort of toss up i. was I was a little bit surprised by that We know we should note twos at four percent people of people said, they're not voting for anybody for president and six percent said they were undecided still rumor I thought it was pretty interesting We had a story this week on that poll on a number of other questions that we get into here too. But I thought it was interesting that even our pollsters couldn't really agree on exactly exactly what's going on here in Nevada Grizz Wilson. US spoke to him. He had basically said, this is good news for trump shows trump ahead with independence and then I had actually spoke to somebody else with a with WPA who basically said while it's pretty bad news actually for trump because he wanted independence in Nevada by thirteen points last time and he doesn't even have enough he's in trouble. So I think there's still a lot of back and forth on it I spoke to a few people including groceries been looking at polls for a lot longer than I've been alive and everybody's everybody's. Consensus seems to be Biden has the advantage. There's there's it's measurable in pretty much every way the by its Biden's to lose I think most people would say you know the trump campaign is working they're out there registering you see the Democrats and their allies have really kind of stepped up in the last couple of weeks. You know they're they're getting out the vote. Sort of actions. Now, normally, they'd be doing that for like a year. So so the there is some wiggle rooms there's a window I think that the trump campaign is trying to crawl through but you know when you look at the survey and you get a little bit deeper, you know it wasn't that Rosie for trump because we also asked folks, you know what they thought of. Of their number one motivation was and by far the most common motivation for voting was forgetting trump out of office about a quarter of the pioneer said that that was a reason second-place was the economy added about seventeen percent, and then also if you look at who do you trust, we asked folks who do you trust to you know sorta gets out of this corona virus mass and trump in the federal government were near the bottom of that as well. So so not super rosy for trump, but I, do think. It's it's their best poll of the state in in months so far. So maybe maybe there's something to be clean there and to me I, just shows you know what everybody's been saying what we've been saying for months it's it's still very much a swing state. It's still very much anybody's ballgame. The that's for sure. We should also mention a couple of other top top results. Don blankenship gone one percent in our poll. If you're wondering who don blankenship is use the Constitution Party candidate. Nationally. He is running here in the state of Nevada, under the independent American party banner. and. Joe Jorgensen got three percent she is the libertarian candidate. For. President. So Um so there's probably some libertarians there now whether that will see that in the final analysis, we we to see none of these candidates by the way got four percent which beats the independence and third parties there. So I'm sorry visa third parties, not the independence and so that is an option that's on Nevada's ballot that sort of unique to the State Nevada but yeah, twenty five percent did say their motivation was getting rid of trump. and seventeen percent said, their motivation was the economy. And there's really no way to tell how that economy question of the benefits trump refit benefits biden. On one side of you could say, will trump was being charged with pretty good economy until the coronavirus head and and. His ad saying if you put him back in charge, we'll get back to. What that good economy was all about on the other hand. You can have people say the economy is terrible right now we want to a change to make it better could. Occur. Well for for Joe Biden. The the actual, the highest, the number of people specified another reason. So twenty nine percent said, their reasons were not on our list and we had getting trump out of office, the economy healthcare education, illegal immigration, protecting the Environment Law and order by the way seven percent, their management of corona virus six percent the surprising the Democrats are really running on that. So security Medicare, just two percent of the supreme. Court. Nomination. Only one percent of the people said they were motivated by the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Amy Conybeare. A there. We saw the hearings on this week and so So so it's interesting out the of the of the people who named a reason, a quarter that's the most said it was getting rid of of president trump Now the question is, is that is that being you know seen in the baths, right? Are we seeing that in the in the mail balance? Are we seeing the the that enthusiasm in terms of people turning out I, think Roy. Noted this about ninety thousand people have returned ballots. Little more than half fifty, four percent of those almost fifty thousand ballots are Democrats hand twenty. Thousand Twenty One thousand roughly Republicans. Now, a lot of well, that's that's bad news for the Republicans but a couple of things about that number one. Republicans tend not to like mail voting as you the president he does not like the ballots as he calls them and and thinks that people should vote in person We haven't had our in person voting start yet that start Saturday we'll talk about that in a bit. And so I wouldn't read too much into these male numbers. The Democrats are really pushing of the male of voting and Voting by mail, and so you're going to see higher numbers but I I would I would caution anybody from from you know taking things for granted by looking at these numbers which are updated by the way the secretary of state these are current as of ten, forty, five am. Today. And so so looks like fifty, four, twenty, four in terms of republic. Democrats versus Republicans with another twenty two, that's mostly non-partisans but also third parties next to the yeah. No I. I think you're right and we were saying that nationwide. You know there's a huge huge influx of of democratic mail in balloting and and most people think that the Republicans are going to be the ones to show up on election day it's interesting to me because in previous elections, the knock is usually been on Democrats for procrastinate they're normally the last ones. To the polls are the last ones getting in and end. The late turns are are for Democrats as I am I'm interested to see. Exactly how you know how many Democrats voted in person on election night if if a good chunk of them do vote early I mean we've seen a pretty massive ad campaign by Biden's campaign by the State Party. By everybody they're really really pushing male early track your ballots. For By in person early, if you need to drop your valid dropbox, many many options time around. So that's that's an interesting one to sort of look out and you know as you mentioned, we'll be out this weekend when when early voting starts kind of note that and we'll be checking in on that on the mail voting you know up until election day we've got less than three weeks now and I expect every day there'll be something. tells. And not you know minutes perhaps is good segue. As to note that the trump family has taken up residency in Nevada this week. I I guess they've always kind of add one not a permanent one but we we've had a number of visits in the end. The president will be here this weekend he's going to be up north. He's going to be Carson city and Elko I believe. I cover two events by children of uncle was here on Monday and I don Jr. was here on Wednesday. To drastically different events I'd like to point out to and we can talk about that. If we want very very different campaign styles within that I do I do have to say but but obviously they're continuing. To push here I. Think they look at. Their own polling, maybe our polling maybe everybody's calling in and I do think that they see an opening here in Nevada and so their ear but but I guess we should also mention trump himself has been a sort of a whirlwind I mean he's been in Pennsylvania Georgia North Carolina, and he's all over the place. So they're really really pushing hard tonight. I don't expect you to let up for the next couple of weeks. Yeah, absolutely in in his clear why trump is coming in that is to. Get the turn up in terms of both male, the primarily early voting. And and you would you know some people would question why would donald trump go to elko all the Republicans in Alabama are GonNa vote for him I mean we're talking part of the state that is so read the Democrat has has no chance whatsoever. To win those areas whatsoever and but but trump I think realizes it's a game of pushing up those numbers because if the Democrats are able to amass a lead in mail voting in. Vote by mail, they get their mail ballots in before election day and their numbers are driven up to such a degree that the Republicans can't catch up on election day that there's just too many democratic votes than I. Think the poll we'll be right. Joe Biden will will win and and Donald Trump will lose and so he doesn't want that happen, and so tactically, he is going to the areas where he's got the most support Clark County is as blue as can be others there's more than one, hundred, thirty, the you know the Democrats Outnumber Republicans down here by more one, hundred, thousand votes, and so it's it's more difficult to come down here of a look the guy gets crowd wherever he goes he kika show up announce on Saturday the he's going to have a rally on Sunday at let's just take an example say sunset. Park and he would have sunset park full of people it would be packed with people That's one thing you can say about trump wherever he goes even in very democratic county, he will get fans coming out to see him so so I think he is you know a tactically saying, you know I'm GonNa Visit Alco I'm going to visit the Carson city Hey, the polls are open right now you're done with this rally right now today go to the polls on your way home and cast your vote make sure that you get your voted and it's it's a good strategy. It is a good strategy. And and. Hopefully Joe. Biden will make a similar visit and and sit down with us and. Talk with us. Only, freaking him on television but don't get on there will listen we are going to bring a TV camera. The implication being that this will be broadcast somewhere and maybe we'll broadcast who knows. But the point is we want to sit down with your That's the point. and. I. Mean You know he's on TV plenty his spending millions of dollars to be there so Get Him into a newspaper that's some. That's the thing and and and Donald Look Donald Trump has been here. He has been in the newspaper. He is given an interview to our colleague Debra Saunders in in during rally and Henderson so Joe Biden and providing us that in a debate against Donald Trump's too. So we got the ammunition for him even exactly. So the ball is in your court former vice president vitamin we are we are ready willing and able to to host you when you're when you're ready to come down jealous absolutely absolutely our I. Well, I I do WanNa. Talk just a little bit about The trump children for like a return there a few years older than I am, but you get what I'm saying. Their campaign visits because I went to balls and I just have to say that both are there. They're so drastically different. I went to Vonk on Monday and it was it was at a wedding venue Very, very nice. Very nice. One of the nicest campaign events I've been to so far everybody sat nicer probably about sixty people or so. It was a it was a seeded sort of QNA's they went through a number of policy areas where she sort of. Push what the president was doing. She had tons of numbers. Statistics got very very deep into policy even beyond the general campaign of you know. Grey economy ever, and we're we're bringing peace in the Middle East, getting our troops out those basic things went into the specifics of those specifics of things she's worked on as a senior adviser which include E. expanding trade school things like that. So very, very policy driven not a whole lot of one liners, and then you've got to Don Jr. on Wednesday who is at a contractor like in a basically a a yard of heavy equipment and Rift. Completely. The entire time with much like his father was was very much that immediately and we noted this in the story you know within a minute he's he is four letter wording Biden like immediately and mocking him at certain times and you know doing jokes and I mean I would say probably. Five minutes of the forty or so that he spoke was about any sort of here's what trump will do if you re elect him and here's what he's dead I. Mean it was just a Absolu-. Onslaught of the media's out to get US pop culture out to get us. The Nobel Committee is out to get US brought that one out the debate. Commission on presidential debates together. It's like all of everybody's out to get us but you know. As long as we have, you will be. Okay. So it was just it was wild it was just wild. And it was totally totally different and I sink. That it is actually a little bit of a portent because we mentioned that is we tape on Thursday. So we have not seen there are two town halls scheduled for Thursday night or supposed to be a debate became dueling town halls Biden's going to do and trump is going to do I expect trump to come out in exactly the same way. Tonight I think it's going to be aw. The media everybody's out to get me. You know I mean he is just been been really really. Sort of aggressive in really you know really wanting to attack. People who he perceives her attacking him, and so I, I I just it was interesting to see that because here. Are you know? Brother and sister and both you know part of the same family part of the same campaign and I just I had to just mention if anybody who went to both and there's probably about a dozen, you know maybe a little bit more of us who did go to. it was it was vertigo because it was totally totally different approaches. For the exact same candidates was just wild to see. You don't see that Mary. Right, now the health and financial security of voters over fifty are on the line. That's why Aarp Nevada is fighting for your voice to be heard Aarp Nevada wants to make sure that you know all of your voting options in that all Americans can vote safely or choose to vote from home or in person to learn more about your voting options. Visit Aarp, dot org, slash envy votes that's AARP dot org slash envy votes paid for by AARP. It's funny because I underscore something I've been thinking about recently. Having read John. dickerson's book the hardest job in the world the American presidency and I'm reading that because I am privileged I get to interview him for the Las Vegas Book Festival it's coming up at end of the month and I will be. Chatting with him about that. So reading his book. Was Real really eye-opening because it was it was sort of a journalist basically saying, Hey, fellow journalists we've been going about this. All wrong. We've been focusing on the tactics, the theater of campaigns and all of that for far too long, and we've been not been asking the questions that really get to the heart of what it takes to do the job. And in on the surface and even even dickerson admits this it's not the sexiest thing. You know you WANNA ask a candidate about their position on abortion because you're hoping, they're going to get a quote that says if I'm elected I'm going to try my best to make abortion illegal or in the alternative I'm going to try my best to get a law on the books so that the Supreme Court decision and Ravi. As codified into law and there's no more wondering about all that. and. And Policy is certainly a big part of it but Dickerson argues that the real successful presents, the qualities of a successful president has our are qualities of like you deciding how to spend your time. You know picking two or three very key issues spending time on those and avoiding a lot of the other things that presidents do that don't really require the president. To spend his or her turn that way. Picking, the right people for the right jobs in knowing when to back off and delegate and win to intervene and override. Those kinds of skills you know we don't ask them about. A tough tie, what what crisis crises have you faced and how did you handle and what did you learn from that? What mistakes have you made that you that you won't make again? That, you've learned from questions like that. You so rarely hear on the campaign trail. That might illuminate. A candidates a in a way that shows you know the the their management side because essentially the the job is a good deal about management. Including personnel management, and that is the least sexy part of being president. And and really the the attention of the voters would probably wane. But yet those of the kind of issues that would most assist of voter to show who is qualified and who is not qualified. To Be President in that way and so. And so it's it's an excellent book I. Commend to Everybody Who's listening? It's called the hardest job in the world, the American presidency it grew out of. Twenty eighteen article that ran in the Atlantic magazine. The basically asked a question is the presidency too big for any one person? Do you know do we need to split this jobs up? Maybe have a prime minister in America or something to that effect somebody to handle some of the other duties don't necessarily require the presence attention and and I have to say the bibliography is like fifty pages long. It's a very well researched book and there's a lot of good stuff in there not only for people interested in the presidency but also people like us who cover the presidency and so is a really really interesting book I. Don't know if it's going to fall on deaf ears and he'll be like Cassandra or I don't know. Maybe maybe there will be some incorporation of some of these things I know I intended to incorporate that not only for president but also for jobs like governor in any executive position, you know it's it's really. Interesting in that sense. But but. I thought of that when you're talking about the different campaign styles because I think all of the to obviously Ivanka. was closer to that idea right because she's at least talking about here's what we're going to do on policy and that gives you an idea not only if the person's priorities but also about how think about what will be active what? What will help people in this sense according to Donald, trump and and the other stuff the stuff that we just love and it's catnip for headlines and for for quotes and everything about how Joe Biden is such a terrible person and he's GonNa ruin this country in drag us into Venezuelan style socialism and we'll all be in bread lines pretty soon Is I mean not as the stuff that makes the news, right? That's GonNa, get you on the news and he knows it and we know it and it's a big game. It's a it's a it's almost like a theater production and and we become theater critics in the sense that you know we're gauging did trump deliver the line did he perform well and that kind of journalism is perfect for Donald trump because dots he is performing it is performance and and and he has learned from all these years and he's very good at it and and to a certain extent, all other candidates have had to learn to do that as well. Thank you television. Thank you, social media. For that But again, you know if we're talking about, you know getting to the heart of what makes a good president the. Those those issues you know couldn't matter less and it's It's it's something to consider I think going forward. Makes me think of there was an article man and I can't remember I think it was politico that I read and it was it was talking about. I think it was political I. It was talking about women voters in Florida Republicans who had left trump and what they had said was is they thought really what didn't have that much to do with him they had thought that when he was elected, he would act more like a CEO in he would hire very qualified very good cabinet members and stick with them and he's you their argument was he's definitely not done that he's private. Loyalty over over anything and I think I think that's a pretty fair point I mean he's gone through cabinet members pretty pretty quickly I I. Don't I'm not a historian I don't really know, but it seems like a lot more than usual. That was interesting but. I also was thinking as you were mentioning what was in the book to I saw another article as well about the Biden campaign in which the Biden Campaign basically tried to. Silence any sort of jockeying for possible Cabinet positions should he win their focus is on the winning will deal with that later but we talked about that before I something that I would really like to see is you know let's see what your cabinet would be. I think I think that should be part of the process I you know obviously you have your running mate but I think Nina we've talked about this before potential cabinet and then as trump did potential supreme court nominees I think those are all very interesting things and that's That might tell you more. Then you know you would learn otherwise certainly from a rally or anything like that about what kind of a president a person would be, and so I it's interesting to think about I don't know if that will. Ever ever be invoked, but you know I, it's just I. Know I'll have to have to think about that about how We cover these things because I'm doing four or five times a week so I couldn't agree more. I think you're absolutely right about that, and for two reasons one, the reason you said is this will give you insight into how this person's going to govern. You know if if somebody picks Elizabeth Warren as Secretary of the Treasury that tells you a lot about that person tells you what their priorities are at tells you what they value. It tells you what kind of a president they will be in what they expect from their Treasury Department. In terms of regulation of corporations and the like. But the other reason is a far more pragmatic reason and I think just as important and that is this The the election is held in this year on November the third. Mark Your calendars people November third. And the inauguration is on January the twentieth at noon. That's not a lot of time. Between those two. Dates November third in January twentieth to put together a cabinet. To get these things going if you start your vetting on, say even if you start right away November the fourth, you won the election. Okay. Now we gotta start vetting. That is not enough time I think to vet the proper people and to add to get the proper transition going. To to take over the entirety of the federal government in just in just a few months it's it's impossible. So yeah, I. Agree. I think the I think the formation of a cabinet at least the thinking about it and the and the the basics the background checks, the vetting. The that goes on should start before the election. It's not presumptuous. It's practical pragmatic, and as you say, it gives the voter some insights. So yeah, I'm one hundred percent with you that one. Totally you're talking about people with like immense mental powers and stuff too. I think when the constitution was formed. The cabinet it really wasn't quite clear exactly. What know what departments would do what it's now it's quite clear and you look at somebody like Secretary State, secretary, Treasury Secretary, Interior. They have huge huge power especially as we're rebuilding from GROENEMEYER. So I think you know eat it gives the voters extra level of scrutiny but you know we could argue that until we're we're in the face. We'll just see what happens I the one thing we want to just end with real quick just a another plea are mini doesn't probably plea of the year to get out and vote in early voting start this weekend throughout the state. There are locations everywhere I got my ballots. In the last week and it comes a your should as well. I would imagine comes with a list of all the places that you go to either early vote person to drop a ballots off we have those. Listed listed in stories we with the Secretary of State's website has that and you know if you didn't get a ballot if you are registered or anything like that another friendly reminder that go to these websites, you can go to these places and register that day off and vote and be done with this. You can put it all behind you and ignore the commercials for the next three weeks which I personally am planning to do And and we just wanted to also sort of make another pitch that if you go to review journal Dot Com, we have a voting guide it will take your address and and give you sort of a a sample ballot with all the races in your area and will also link you to various content we've done and and Steve would be probably better to talk about design than I would but we've got stories we've got debates. In some cases we've got sort of town hall style discussions in some cases for a lot of these local races. When we do have stories, you know on the presidency in the presidential races. Of course, but but for really drilling down and I really WANNA point out as well. the judicial racists because when you at your ballot I, know my wife was like this it is a shocking number of judicial candidates, two pages like worth a ballot basically, and so I really would suggest that you. You can that that you do some research before making selections on those are important positions you know obviously will shape. How the courts can this state for six years I think it is so. Definitely check all that and Steve Kerr probably do a better job of maybe getting to stuff that I didn't mention that we have for you and so. I would just go just a stress to two things. I voter guide is is excellent. It'll it'll drop your entire ballot for you. You can make your selections online. You can print that out and take it with you to the polls. As Roy said this ballot, it's the longest ballot Clark anybody's ever seen. So I recommend. If you're not voting by mail. If you vote by mail, you can sit there at your computer as I did and look at some of these races and call up the judicial debate for example, or a story on this particular racy learn about the candidates. If. You don't do that. If you're going to vote in person I, recommend you take your sample ballot and you fill that out as if it was your ballot mark your choices there. So when you actually get to your polling place, you can mark your choices, check your balance and be done with it I as quickly as possible because with these this many racist, there's going to be longer lines and remember in between every voter they're going to clean that equipment to make sure the corona virus. Is Kepco Minimum. So I'm so you will. Definitely. have to. Be informed before you get into that voting booth don't wait until you get in there because if you do you're going to be confronted with a a dizzying array of races I think though total was about seventy eight individual contests on the ballot including the five constitutional amendments. If you go to our website Las Vegas Review. Journal. It's review journal Dot, com And on the very top bar there's something called election twenty twenty. If you click on that you will find a story that I wrote that says, here's everything you need to know about the twenty twenty election that is is being as a continuously updated frequently asked questions QNA style. Approach to the election we've tried to answer every question we could think of, and subsequently I've had readers write in and suggest questions or asked me questions and I've actually written back to them and said that's a great question on going to answer of here for you in the email. But I'm also GONNA put this up on our frequently asked questions story so that everybody can do it little things like. For example as Roy said, the ballot is two pages front and back. So when you get your ballot, don't think that they've sent you to balance by mistake. No, it's one ballot, two pages front and back make sure you vote in every race. Now even if you don't, you're even if only voted in one race, you're gonNA count for that one race but voted all the races or as many races as you as. You feel comfortable voting in that. You feel educated about and remember they're staying on both pages go to the you go to the very end of your ballot because that's where the ballot questions are. Also there is a story about six things you need to know about early voting and these are questions that are specifically related to early voting in the end of that story, you will have a list of all the different. Early voting locations as well as a map provided by the county, and if you look at that map, there is places all over from the deer springs town center in in the far north all the way down to the Silverado Ranch Plaza and mountains edge regional park in the very south. There's plenty of places in the Middle Meadows Mall Gallery Mall. At sunset the Paradise Community Center Downtown Summerlin at the Las Vegas Ballpark Veterans Memorial Leisure Centre doolittle community center all of those places host early voting. There is plenty of places to go. Here's an insider tit This weekend is likely GONNA see a lot of voters there might be long lines. So if you really want to vote early but you don't WanNa wait in line. I would recommend waiting until next week maybe in the middle of the week. During the afternoon you could probably find a place that is not crowded the county on its website. If you go on your mobile phone, they will have an APP they're on, they're on the county's election website. That's Clark. County. Nevada. Dot Gov slash. Believe is what it is and you can look on that and you can actually see estimated wait time. There's also a private vendor that has a very similar service that's linked in our story six things you need to know about election. Day. Which I also wrote, you can write my name in the search bar if you can't find it and you should be taken to that story and you'll find out APP as well. So you will be able to navigate these pretty easily but as always we at RJ, politics like to say no matter how you choose to do it whether you do it by mail what you do in person during early voting whether you do it in person during Election Day however, you want to do it. We want to encourage you to get educated about the issues use the resources on the review journal Website in reviewed journals. Pages to to get educated about these races and vote make sure that your voice is heard. doesn't matter your party it doesn't matter. You're registered Republican. Democrat. NONPARTISAN THIRD PARTY LIBERTARIAN independent American everybody should take advantage of this franchise and and make their voice heard i. think this election is going to see one of the biggest turnouts maybe the we've ever seen and and you definitely want to be a part of that. So take advantage of these resources and get out there and early vote that starts on Saturday and and they'll be probably some long lines but God bless those people who are in the long lines and God bless even more the volunteers who work at these various. Places, throughout Clark County that are going to offer opportunities to early vote. They make our democracy work, and so we are very appreciative to them. And before we go, I should mention that. Seems to be some breaking news here on now seeing in elko daily free press that trump has cancelled as el corral you. Earlier what fifteen twenty minutes ago we had said that he was coming we thought that he was coming now it appears he's not. It looks like he's only doing the one Carson city rally seems very fluid. He might add subtract you know from that even over the weekend but right now Thursday latest, it looks like no wellcoll rally. Sorry Alka. Maybe, next. All, right well, that with that that is we're going to get. This podcast for more news breaks. We don't have any rallies to board on. So. I'm Jay. Editor Steve Sibelius. Politics reporter. Orient thanks so much for this thing. Right. Now, the health and financial security of voters over fifty are on the line. 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Nevada early vote turnout

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Nevada early vote turnout

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All right, we have a couple of things to talk about there is a the final debate is tonight again, we we record these on Thursday in the afternoon. So the debate will have happened maybe while by the time you've heard this so we can compare what you saw versus what we said see how how right on we are. We also want to talk first a little leverage just start out here with the turnout. I mean early voting is underway. We talked about voting, you know, pretty much every episode for the last like six months or so, and now we've actually got some numbers to sort of go along with and so I'm going to just read a little bit here just some of the things that I found pretty interesting about the about the turnout so far first of all in in in something that shouldn't surprise anybody with absolutely smash The mail-in balloting, you know returns and stuff. There's 269,000 mail ballots that have already been returned Statewide. This is as of Thursday morning and that's that's many many times. You know, what what this normal and that's not surprising because of the pandemic but the overall turnout I thought is also, you know pretty interesting. It's 427000 people essentially 420 7119 have have have cast ballots. We should note that these are ballots cast. They still need to be sort of verified and counted and things like that. We only we know them by by party breakdown but not of course who who they voted for in any of the races. So they'll just all we know that is just about 24% of the black voter Statewide. So, you know, we're looking at another, you know ten days or so of of quote-unquote election, and we've already got you know, almost a quarter of the state having voted wage. I thought it was, you know, pretty interesting then I just want to get down into the party breakdowns as well. A lot of people making a lot of punditry about about this. The Democrats are at just about 197000 or 46% of the total ballots cast 137 434 have come from Republicans. That's about 32% and 92736 have come from other. These are non-partisan third-party candidates. That's about 22% a little bit less. So is there anything that surprised you about the number so far Steve know? I mean the the the one thing I'm kind of keeping my eye on and I've noticed this and I I I'm reading off the the one updated this morning at 11:10. So hopefully that is the most recent one. I haven't received info from the county but looking just to Clark. The Republicans are actually slightly ahead when it comes to in person early voting. So when it comes to people actually turning out to the polls Republicans are actually slightly ahead of Democrats, but when it comes to mail balloting Democrats look like they're ahead about 3 to 1. So it seems like Democrats are much more inclined to make use of the mail voting option than Republicans are and if the Democrats keep up that ratio of being. Far ahead in mail ballots, I think it's going to be very difficult for the Republicans to catch up on on Election Day. And I know there's a lot of traditionalists out there who who like to vote on Election Day go in person to the polls. They don't want to vote by mail. They don't want to vote early. They want to just vote in the traditional way and that's and that's perfectly fine. That's that's your thing to do. Yep. Was used to be that way as well. I I'm a fan. I'm a convert. I guess you could say at a mail voting because of the the ease of the how you do it and also the fact they you know, I'm filling out my ballot and then I say, well, you know what? I don't actually know the the the candidates in this race. I got to go do a little research and I did that several times during the during the preparation of my balance. So, you can do that do it ahead of time, you know, do your homework at home, but that's really the thing that I'm that I'm seeing is and I guess that's not really a surprise to anybody else because you know, we have President Trump. We have a lot of Republican people saying look mail mailed out it mail voting is not good. It's Rife with fraud go and cast your vote in person. There's a whole lot of people in the primary who told me look I wanted to make sure my vote counted. So I went and I cast it in person at the polling place. It was really not necessary to do that. And I think you people suck. Chose to do that ended up staying in very very long lines. The other thing that I would notice that I would make note of is and I'm speaking now specifically of Clarke County. I haven't bought saved as of today. I have received the County's daily update. But what I was noticing is that the first day of early voting was very busy as we thought about 27 thousand people showed up to 23,000 on the second day here in Clark County and then it jumped on Monday of all places Monday to like 30,000 and off and it keeps getting it keeps getting better. So that is a different Trend. We we anticipated and I think we said on this podcast that the authorities were saying. Okay, the first day first weekend has to be busy. And of course the last day but in between it won't be that bad. Well, apparently a lot of people either maybe maybe hurt us and said, well, I'm not going to go in the first week. I'm going to go on Monday. The turnout on Monday was higher than on the very first day on Saturday. So so there's some interesting little Trends there, but I'm happy to see a lot of people no matter which way you you you would choose to vote. I'm happy to see people are actually getting out there and voting. So that's a good thing. Yeah, and you know, I've been talking to people about this all week for for a story that I'm doing and one one of the things that I've heard from a lot of folks who are trying to get out the vote is that the other thing is that the mail balloting is sort of it's I wouldn't say lagging behind but it's taking a couple of days at least for people to process. There's a lot of the folks who are tracking this to stuff who have you know people in the field who have you know, I was I was speaking to actually to Next Generation, which is a sort of a democratically aligned youth vote people. And what they do is they collect essentially these these cards from young people who say I am going to vote. Here's all of my contact information wage. Yada, yada yada, and then they kind of they keep in touch with them throughout the process and they had found us that you know, I spoke to them I guess on Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday. Yeah, and and found that people who had turned their ballots and on Sunday had yet to receive their sort of notifications that oh my ballot, you know your ballot has been processed or through tracking thing. You may initial time. Yeah, so it definitely seems like these numbers are are what we have now, but they're going to fluctuate sort of wildly and I think there's going to be a you know, a lot of people I have seen, you know, the Nationwide stuff A lot of people are trying their thinking, you know, maybe a hundred and fifty million people need Nationwide could be voting if if a lot of this the early voting stands up if if you know these mail balloting, you know continues to happen. I think that that's really interesting. I've talked to folks here. I mean Democrats right now and just in terms of birth Our ballots being turned in I have about a 14% advantage and you talked to sort of the Democrats and they're aligned groups and things like that. And you know, I think they're doing they're very very level best to keep the eye on the prize. They're they're trying to stay grounded and stuff. But it's it's kind of hard. I think I think they are feeling themselves a little bit in terms of of of being pleased with this issue being pleased both with the turnout and and the polling numbers with with such a time like this because I've heard from some groups from some unions and stuff like that. They're tracking that people who almost never vote are out some like 12% of the ballots that they've seen so far that I think is as of Tuesday had come from people who are not regular voters. That's they think that's good for Democrats same thing. You know, the the song Float was actually percentages is pretty low right now, but in talking to the to the next-gen folks they say know young people procrastinate they're going to be out. You know, I think I think they're mostly feeling pretty good job. Did you talking to the Trump folks I actually went and I asked Lara Trump specifically an in-law someone who's pretty high up in terms of the the advising of the campaign and and they're feeling is just you know, we're going to search on Election Day. We're going to a lot of our people are coming in but I just feel like that's kind of a a rough position. They find themselves in because it seems quite quite likely that going in to election day there possibly facing a double-digit disadvantage. And so it's just it just doesn't seem to be like a position of strength going into election day at it off. I think their concern on the Republican side is they have so many of their folks who when they do their outreach are saying yeah, we're going to go on Election Day, you know, I vote in person things like that, but their concern is keeping those people active and and and letting them know, you know know hey you do need to go as you hate to see them drop off if you're the applicants because they're they're worried that they're dead. No, it's already over why we showed why should I even bother exactly? Well, the thing is that it's funny when you said, you know how next-gen, you know gets their information to keep in touch. I kind of chuckled it that what you're saying is to actor them relentlessly until they actually go and show up on the voted list young people. Sometimes need need a little bit of a push down there. But yeah that is actually in and I also I spoke to The Culinary Union today, which obviously much has been you know, sort of made of of The Culinary unions organizing ability and you know, they say they've got about five hundred people out right now 350 physically going door-to-door, you know, and then another two hundred or so doing the phones and their their job they were of of the group's I told you I spoke to SEIU next-gen, you know, folks who get out for Democrats by and large and and The Culinary Union is essentially they are not they're the ones I watch Say who have their eyes sort of most fixed the most fixated on the prize basically because they're they're not looking into the data that turned out the polls anything like that. They're like we have we had one job knock on as many doors as we can that day get more volunteers so that the next day we have three hundred four hundred people by next week, you know out doing all this so, you know that that's very much happening. I mean we've seen a lot of talk about, you know are the Democrats going to take a hit because that has only started really I think since August late August early September, whereas I you know, the The Culinary Union in particular, but also a lot of other Democratic allies, they really like being to knock doors all year basically leading up to an election like this, but obviously didn't because of Covent the Trump campaign has been knocking doors. I mean pretty much I think they stopped for about two months March April May or so right at the beginning of this when they went all-digital but then pretty quickly we're back out I mean wage Seen obviously, you know, they have a different view on the pandemic than the Democrats to have a very different from you in terms of you know, how they want to organize and how they want to do this so long, I think I think Republicans aren't feeling you know, too too much heat at least not publicly at least not you know, when I talk to them doesn't seem a very stressful situation, but I mean, it does seem like it's just it's, you know early early totals and we still got a lot of time do seem to be going a little bit towards the Democrats way here in yeah, and the Democrats have always had an advantage in in that they're off of their Relentless Hector hectoring operation is is always a very effective I you know, I I get calls from from people. Are you going to vote? Are you going talk about during the early voting. Have you gone out to vote? And I always tell them the same thing. I vote on Election Day. I bought an election day and I think that's a scary thought. For for four people who are in charge of gotv to hear because while they are relentlessly hectoring you if if you say I'm going to vote on election day off. If you don't do that, then that's the ball game cuz you can't vote after election day notwithstanding some of the allegations in a republican lawsuit that was dismissed so long so as opposed to you know, you know, are you going to vote? Are you going to vote? Oh, yeah. Yeah, I'll vote I'll vote and they call you again. Are you going to vote or you going to okay? Okay dammit. I will go out and vote just stop the call ahead. And then you go out and vote and you show up on the list of people who have voted which they pour over every single day of early voting Relentless late to take your name off the list and then they go Hector someone else so they want a bank as both of those votes as possible before election day and it's very scary the people who wait till election day weather by tradition or or anything else because there's not another opportunity wage. There's no net there. You're you're working without a net at the very end. And so they don't they don't like that. They want to make sure that your your vote is bank and you have gone to the polls now traditionally from what we see and in the stats that we have kept track of we've kept track of the percentage of people who vote on Election Day versus the percentage of people who vote early and the early voting is years about fifty-five to sixty percent of the overall electorate and election day voting is the remaining 40% and there's always mail there's some mail and it say maybe about 10% of the electorate vote-by-mail off but this never really been a big thing to keep track of before well now we have a third category of data that we're going to have to track and so far. It looks like about 63% of votes that have been cast have been cast by mail and thirty-six thirty-seven percent of the votes have been cast have been cast in person early voting. So and again as you said at the top of the broadcast, it's it's not really surprising because when everybody is mailed a absentee ballot and they get to fill it out their house naturally you're going to see the use of that go up. I think a lot of people there's a new thing that people are talking about covet fatigue and we're all sick Ang. We all want to just get back to normal go do one normal thing and voting is one of those normal things, you know, going out and staying in line and going and pushing your buttons on the machine. It's a it's a normal thing that people want to do and but but I from these stats it looks like the the vast majority so far almost two-thirds is is choosing to vote off. My mail now obviously those numbers are going to change as a proportion as changes. We see more people, you know early voting. We're just now in the in the first week of early voting. It's got it goes till next Friday October 30th off. So those numbers will change over over time. But at this point as we sit here on this broadcast on this particular day, it looks like about 6044 mail voting and so now we're going to see email then early then election day and we'll have to keep track of those three stats, whereas before we generally didn't pay attention to mail voting at all and and focused just on early in an election. Yeah, and I just I just want to say, you know, before we move on to the debate, which I think is going to be a Mess, by the way, just that, you know, we I was out over the weekend and I was also out yesterday. I dropped my ballot off yesterday and I do have to say that from what I've seen and I went to three or four pole early voting places. We had colleagues who I was in college. Request and writing the story on who went through each went to three or four and we covered a pretty good ground. It seemed like all things are being ran quite smoothly so far. I just I just have to say I mean, we haven't heard of any sort of major problems. We you know, we have a tip line that we're part of and I've heard a number of tips from folks who have maybe received like extra ballots, they've received ballots for people who no longer live thier house, you know, things like that. Some people have gotten their ballots in the mail despite being registered active voters. Some people may have gotten too but in the in the grand scheme of things with it being the first time ballots have ever been sent out in in such a widespread way across the state for a general election. It seems like things are going pretty well. I mean there there were lines of people were moving through them the drop boxes. I have to say really feel like the way to go. That's how I did it and takes you twenty seconds you go you walk right up to the front of the line they wage. You know your for your signature make sure that it's going to be counted cuz you got to sign that outside of that ballot and you put it in and you you move on and I think that's the way to go but there are there isn't quite a lot of people who who want to use the machine want to you know have their vote in front of them in that way and it seems like you've got a lot of options and and you know, the Stray sort of ballot being mailed to you, you know, that's it's not ideal but I would say that it's it's you're still there. So, you know no issue with the election at that point because yeah presumably if you picked up that ballot and tried to vote for that person and you've signed it completely incorrectly wouldn't be counted and you might find yourself guilty of felony. So, you know, I think I think that's a that's an okay-ish kind of problem to have I think lines I went to the Summerland off the the Las Vegas ballpark that's in Summerland here and it's the second most popular one in Clark County. I've heard I I imagine the gallery and Henderson's probably the most popular, but it was the second most popular song. Looking at the line at like, you know, 10:00 on a Wednesday. I guess it was I would say yeah, you know that was probably about an hour wait, you know to vote but you know, that's it could be a lot worse. There are a lot of options. I'm sure there are many places in Clark County with much shorter lines and stuff. So so far away like, you know, things are going pretty smoothly and what's really an unprecedented election. And so, you know, I I think if you're out there if you haven't voted, you know, definitely find some way to do it because it's it's Choice Steve has said many times. This is the easiest it's ever been in it might be the easiest it ever will be we don't know if the you know States going to adopt this kind of plan forever if it works out or if not, but really and truly it is the easiest, you know in certainly in any of our lifetimes. Yeah, and and and we know that you know, this this these are special circumstances because we're in this coronavirus pandemic wage. Let's hope that we are not in the same boat in 2022, which is our next election season. There will know will not be Municipal elections next year because they were all Consolidated with the with the even-year elections. So our next chance at bat if he has it will will be in 2022 and it's just the once the Declaration of emergency related to this pandemic is over. Then there won't be mail ballots sent to your house automatically. So if you're listening to this and you like voting by mail wage, remember you only got your mail ballot this time sent to you because we're in a pandemic and the rules that were adopted in assembly bill for over the summer special session apply. Once that Declaration of emergency is lifted and we hope it's lifted by 2022 then if you want to vote by mail, you are going to have to actively request an absentee ballot be said Your house you can request it per election or you can request it permanently that you always get an absentee ballot if that's your preferred way of doing it. But remember it's not going to come to you automatically. So in 2022, it the rules will be different presuming that the Declaration of emergency that's related to the pandemic is lifted by then. Let's hope so. Because if not we're we're going to we're going to really try to help others were either going to be entering into Mad Max territory at that time. I'm going to be wandering the waste looking for one and speaking of their wages pregnant woman's going to be underground by this right now the health and Financial Security of orders over 50 are on the line. That's why a r p Nevada is fighting for your voice to be heard AARP, Nevada wants to make sure that you know all of your voting options in that all Americans can vote safely wage. Choose to vote from home or in person to learn more about your voting options. Visit a a r p e n v votes paid for by AARP and speaking of Thunderdome the debate that's happening this evening. Rory thinks it's going to be a mess the office a lot was made of this whole idea of the mute button that there's going to be a candidate's Mike's are not going to be activated while the other candidate is making his introductory answer in the first of each of the six segments. So for two minutes, Donald Trump will speak uninterrupted by Joe Biden and presumably Joe Biden will speak on her uninterrupted by Donald Trump. I think a lot of people are thinking Trump's going to speak. Anyway knowing that his booming voice will be picked up by Joe Biden's Mike or maybe even by the more distant Mike of Kristen Welker the end game C news reporter and anchor who is going to be the moderator of tonight's debate. A lot of people are saying and and there are many Skeptics in the media who is saying that Donald Trump is going to suck the Kinder gentler dropped Donald Trump. I just don't see that happening. I think I think based on the the tweets that I'm seeing based on the rallies and the rhetoric at those rallies were hearing. I think Donald Trump is of the mind and and he is always his campaign manager. No matter who is has the technical title of campaign manager Donald Trump trusts his own instincts about relating to the voters more than any other person. So so his advisors are saying please. Mr. President should be nicer be more Telson jokes be more policy focused all of that kind of thing. He's not going to do that. He is going to be the same Donald Trump that we've always seen dead. And I think that's that that's how it's going to go. Yeah, and I really I think I think really The Playbook has been kind of laid out. You know, we've seen throughout these debates and debate planning process is obviously the last one was sort of called off and and changed a doing Town Halls because the, you know comedian presidential debates wanted to make it a a virtual debate because you know, the president had been diagnosed with coronavirus. It was still within that ten day to fourteen day kind of window where you you're not really sure about you know, whether somebody contagious and and so was that was there thinking but you know, the Trump folks said absolutely not, you know, he's totally fine and stuff like that there, you know, they've been hammering the debate hammering the media that's one thing. I will say that has been stepped up. So I've been going to all these surrogate all of them, you know Trump jr. Last week Ivanka Eric Laura. Home. Family, I have a tire family and I will say that the I've seen, you know early earlier on in the in the campaign they were coming and they were doing a lot of stuff they were doing a lot, you know, he's done great for the economy. That's a main thing. That's still part of the the pitch but I'll tell you the the media is out to get us Donald Trump jr. Had this lines about you know, we could win but we're we've got both hands tied behind our back because social media the news media. Everybody's out to get us, you know that has been trumped up more for lack of a better term and I'm I think I think that I think that's going to be a part of I think you're very I think you're totally right. I think it's going to yell over the mute buttons and I think that his campaign is already dead as written, you know, it's statements that it's going to put out after where you know, you know Trump won this debate despite, you know that the media trying to hold them down without mute button, you know, his message is Jose. Powerful not to be heard, you know that kind of stuff. I think that's part of and I think also we've seen just a whole lot of allegations made against a hundred fighting against against vice president's son. And and I think you know, a lot of those have been sort of looked at and vetted by by larger news organizations and largely, you know not reported. They're they're all coming out of the New York Post apparently on a hard drive that Rudy Giuliani gave them like a couple of days ago or something like that. I think everything that I've heard is that trumps going to just be laying on that every time so I'm I'm not interested to see if it becomes a situation where the moderators get that itchy mute button finger. And if you know, they asked him about the economy or something like that and he launches right into Hunter Vine. Are they going to let that go or are they going to be trying to mute people because they're not staying on topic which I just can't imagine because then we wouldn't have to know there would be no story no interview. I mean that's that's the thing and yep. Gil politician will turn anything to that. For example, you said you asked about the economy he would say well, you know, the economy is made up of money and money is what traded hands with Joe Biden and his son, you know, so so you'll see that and and and the question is, you know that I still believe to this to this moment that that laptop story is extremely fishy. I've seen different things that people say no it's authentic and others saying no, it's not how it came into the public Consciousness is extremely fishy to me if I was a Russian FSB operation, that's exactly how I would do it. But but but you know regardless I I think it's it is going to be a topic of tonight's debate and it could be, you know, thought that they Trump's campaign manager in name cuz we know the real manager is Trump but his the person who holds that job has said look the media won't ask him about this, which is not true. He's been asked about it. But Donald Trump is unafraid to ask about and he's going to ask about it at tonight's debate. And I'm sure he's going to ask more than once he will be as Relentless as a reporter tonight and trying to get an answer to that question and also to the question and I don't think Joe Biden has has managed to move this issue just yet the issue of the court-packing Biden's latest thing was to say he pointed to his past statements. Look I haven't been a pan of in the past. But now he said I'm going to point a commission and the commission is going to study the issue age or not. We need to expand the court isn't that a senator's answer to a question is always a senator's answered your question. He doesn't want to answer I would I would answer by saying look. I thought we could use a study study could give us some some information that might be might be helpful. It could increase the efficiency of the Court here in Nevada. We had a supreme court of seven people they had wage. At a court of appeals which is a push down court. So they they gave them some of the work and that really helps the Supreme Court focus on the bigger and more precedent-setting cases Soul Supreme Court of eleven thirteen fifteen members might be able to divide up into panels and basically hear more appeals or deny more cases pay attention to different things more so than the current one so that might be something that comes up, but pardon me the real issue is whether or not Congress will pass and that depends on the makeup of Congress. If the Republicans hold the Senate and the Democrats hold the house. I can't imagine a bill expanding the Supreme Court coming out of that divided Congress. In fact, I can't even imagine a bill recognizing Mother's Day and apple pie coming out of that, Yes. I'm going to say that so so so really it's it's a hypothetical upon hypotheticals, and I am never one to Discount off. A hypothetical because I think how candidates answer hypothetical questions helps them helps us see how they conceive of potential issues and you know deal in counterfactual thinking and all of those kind of things. So I think it's useful for the voters to hear candidates address hypothetical questions, and I never let somebody off the hook when they say well that's hypothetical and I won't answer it. But but but in this case Biden could say look there's a long road between here and there and and you know, if Congress can manage to pass a bill, I will First Choice, uh, you know, pick my jaw up off the floor and then I will take a look at that bill that they passed. Yeah, yeah. I remember you saying that you know when the question first came up and a couple of podcasts ago and that does it just seems like such a simple answer he could take is you know, well, we'll see what the Gangnam looks like and you out there if that's an issue that concerns you talk to whoever your Congress, you know, man or woman maybe after the election and you know, any like you said before or any bill that comes to my desk I'm in I'm in a totally way in and we'll see what happens. I'll I'm willing to talk about anything if it comes to my desk, you know there that sort of a response. That's right a response to that's the right response because look if something gets through the Congress and and let's put party dominance aside for a moment. If something comes through the Congress that's a bipartisan bill that has support from Republicans and Democrats not like the Affordable Care Act which was a democratic Bill only or the tax cuts, which was primarily a Republican bill, but something has Republicans and Democrats behind. I think any president is incumbent on any president to take a look at that seriously because this is something that has the imprimatur of both parties that both parties found acceptable and past I think any place that would say no, I'd immediately vetoed that that's that's not right. You really need to pay attention to what the will of the people expressed through the Congress acting and regular order really is and and I think if you did not do that, then you're you're kind of doing a disservice to to your constituents. All right. Well one thing for certain it'll certainly be the last debate again, you know off the last eight ever but you know the last eight of this I think Trump had his way they did this Commission on presidential debates. Our committee would be would be done that even jail. Who knows? Who knows? Who knows I do just want to mention to you as we go into this last like sort of push to the election if if for something You said you were inclined to go out to a rally of some kind you really are going to be in luck because there are a lot of people who are planning to come. You know, this next week at 6. It's for the two campaigns a lot of different ones. You know lower Trump's told me on Monday. I guess it was that she that the whole family is going to be out here. She said for certain her husband, he's going to be here. She was Eric Trump. So she's like I I know where he's going to be at a given time and he's coming, you know, and certainly the rest of the family is expected don't really see too many other kind of like well known surrogates who aren't members of the family out here on the Trump side or the Democratic side, you're seeing a whole lot of different things who in Castro former HUD secretary. He's going to be up in Reno this week and Stacey Abrams who's, you know ran for governor of Georgia and as well known as sort of a voting rights activists she's going to be in town. You can in share shares going to be in town this weekend. I did an event last night where several of the creators and stars of Hamilton were here for the Democrats and the Democrats. We know you know, how long would Broadway that you know, the big names tend tend to be coming out for Democrats. I mean, obviously they've they've been doing all these crazy online reunion shows like happy days and stuff like that. Did Steve did you see that? Cuz I wanted to just something really great. So they reunited Happy Days for Biden as best as I could tell and they didn't invite sgabello page or conservative like very very far right guy, and he was complaining on social media that he didn't that you didn't invite freaking Chachi to the reunion. Well, you know, and so I am showing me love Chachi, but the fighting people have a problem with touch it was because I was like, okay look I was like he wasn't in Happy Days with the main page. In character know I mean that shows a little before my time, but I wouldn't say that but I was thinking and I didn't know I don't know the answer. This was like if they invited Joanie and they didn't invite him then he might have a cage. But anyway, my point is the next week or so, you know this last week of October if you want to get you know, politically active both campaigns are going to bring in live events on like a lot of the democratic events so far which have been through Xoom which are very easy to see as well. You can go on, you know, the Facebook of The Binding campaign or the NV Dems or whatever and and and see them a lot of these are going to be in person events. I mean this is going to be really the only week of the whole, you know, since the pandemic since March where we've got, you know in person doing events between the two campaigns. It might be if you're on the fence or if you just want to be involved if you just, you know want to see what you know, these circuits have to say about their candidate this this is your last shot and your probably your best shot of the whole game. I would say to get a full because I mean obviously when the pandemic broke in March we had only just barely had the caucus. It wasn't even certain who the Democratic nominee was. So this is your best shot. So that's one quick plug will probably end up Staffing a number of those and writing about them that type of thing. We'll see but if you if you want to physically be involved in something you're not home, you know too frightened away from the coronavirus. I will say I both sides are getting better in terms of distancing mask use things like that some Republican events some of the Trump suck events. I've been to have been pretty bad about that. But this Lara Trump one earlier in the week was very very safe. I felt they were totally spaced in a very large Ballroom. Most everybody had a mask and the Democrats, you know, they're they're really good about about their their response. So if you want to physically get involved if you want just a tiny little taste of politics because Lord knows. If you're switching on your TV, or if you're on social media, you haven't heard enough from these people. They will physically be here this next week. I think both campaigns are making their their last final push through the state. I think both think that it's in play. And so I think I think it will be a pretty pretty juicy week, honestly. Yeah, absolutely. And of course you can always keep track of all of those things on the review-journal's website at ww.w reviewjournal.com, or of course in the paper, if you subscribe you can see it all there too. So we will have all of that coverage coming up. We've only got about a week. We're we're in our next to last week. I think it is till election day. So yeah, it's coming up. All right. Well, I guess that's probably enough for this week. I'm sure there'll be plenty to talk about next week at a lot to talk about the following week. Then after that. I think we're both going on vacation. There may be an interruption in the RJ political podcast for a few weeks wage. 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Bad at Breaking Up

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

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Bad at Breaking Up

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Ashley's had this name picked off for twenty years. She's loved it and when she told me. I love it so we already have a name picked out so pretty much. Everything's good to go. We have a baby boy. he's gonna do another amazon. Live video of telling everyone the name of the baby fingers crossed. One can only hope. My friend is to be have more money than me before it even comes out of the freaking womb. Well you know college. Tuition ain't cheap paying for a coffee shop down here. You know we gotta do what we've gotta do. It was actually really fun so we announced on amazon live yesterday. The same thing we do with our pregnancy. And it's actually a lot of fun announcing on there because it's a live platform so it's fun. Interacting with everybody in the live chat with us and having it live in the moment and not prerecorded. There's something to be said about that. And it was like a built up like moma. We're like okay here we go. It's a boy. And everybody's saying congratulations. It was it was fun. Moment for ashley and i so i'm really glad we did it. That way nice man. Well congratulations baby boy baby. Deans on the way Baby dini dini babies. You want to just found out to yes. They're like three days ago. And i got to montana is. My brother is having a baby with his wife. Oh congratulations it was the weirdest thing they were like the house together as a great an extra room for me to sleep in. And they're like yeah. We're going to need all the rooms we can get and i was like okay. I guess it's kind of weird thing to say we talk. How could be sleeping there. All the time guys and then his wife looks at me and she kinda like smiles a little bit. I'm like okay. Are you gonna tell me something. And then they were. Like we're back and i was like this is the weirdest possible way to tell someone that you're pregnant. Just tell me that's so cute so you're going to be an uncle. You're gonna be an uncle well. I was going to be on goal with baby on the way. But i'm going to be an official real uncle with baby bell on the way which would be nice. Oh so it's a girl. Bell is their last name Okay building beautiful name. We already know the gender in the name that's great but it is a girl so that is going to be a girl that because i think one is ashley do actually is due february february tenth or eleventh i think is the official dude. Their baby is due february fourteenth. So oh you guys had sex like red around the same time. Yeah tight tight. Tell us your brother. I said Nicely nicely there's something in the air. And may i guess right. Apparently dude valentine's day baby. That'd be pretty cool rob. Thomas was born on valentine's day square. Birth yeah nice. Maybe maybe your baby and his baby could get married in twenty five years. Yeah i mean who knows on bachelor in paradise that would be. That'd be something special. That hardly went so we do have some hot tops coming in. We don't have any guests for you today. Which is always the best because we're just going to host chat it. We're going to talk about hot topics. We also have some questions that we posed to you on our help. I suck second dating instagram. Which if you're not following already please do so and so we're going to answer some of that and of course we're going to answer your emails but first topic of the day is about Alex rodriguez frigging guy. Go yankee This guy stinks. Alex rodriguez shares photo of himself posing with porsche that he gifted jennifer lopez. Obviously his ex. Alex rodriguez certainly enjoying the finer things in life which includes what some fans have pointed out. Looks like a red porsche. That was once a birthday gift to his. Ex jennifer lopez. Alex rodriguez is. I guess crushing into his new chapter in life. The former yankee was seen grinning from ear while posing in front of a red porsche in his latest instagram posts. Which on august eighteenth is when he posted the capture said. I'm super down. Earth real funny alex however. That wasn't the most note worthy part of the post with fans immediately noticing that his car that he is seen leaning on looked awfully similar to the lavish birthday gift that he gave the jennifer lopez back in two thousand nineteen. One person even commented asking. Isn't that the red car. He bought jaylo another fan amongst many obviously also hinted the at the return gift writing. I thought you gave that red porsche to never mind. When the i'm real swift singer turned fifty. Obviously jennifer lopez just turned fifteen two thousand nineteen in insider reveal to e. news at the time that alice gifted the red heart commodity to his then fiancee at an estimated. Cost of buckle up one hundred and forty thousand dollars holy crap. I hate this guy. he's a yankee. I've never liked the way he played and he just feel like he's such a faker. That's what i think of. Alex rodriguez and maybe i'm biased. Because i hate the yankees and he played for the yankees and he just like was just a. I didn't just how do i say this. Without swearing. he was a panzi intel's fourteen but he likes slat the ball out of the first baseman hand to try to get on first base. It was just like this guy stinks. And now he's taken pitchers and smiling from ear to ear in front of a gift that he wants gave his extra info lopez like bro move on. She's happy with ben affleck she's upgraded. Why don't you focus on your own life. God forbid the guy takes a picture. Where he's happy. Jared calm down man. You're disdain for the yankees can only go so far. First of all the yankees and the red sox sec especially after two thousand seven but we've won two world series since then. You have the red sox. Well i include myself in that statement. I'm saying two thousand. Seven was the year that i really don't like because you guys swept in the world series rockies that's right yeah you guys were on fire you guys were like eighteen and one in the players or something like that and then you've got to the world series and we kick your ass anyway. Move on my point. Is i personally. If i bought someone one hundred and forty thousand dollars porsche. And then we broke up. I would have thousand percent. Take the pushback. Well my question is is this the actual porsche or is he just trying to play ghetto. Rise outta jaylo. Because that's my question. I don't think he's doing that man. I think that people are being a little too soft with that like okay. He's a grown man. Yeah sure jalen moved on. But he's not a lot of african picture in front of a sweet red car. What's his name. Because i'm gonna look him up on instagram hero. Quick because i want to get some more perspective to this first of all cash. And i'm super down to earth Not funny it's sarcasm. His sarcasm is not my type of humor anyway and this guy's leaning against the red porsche that he apparently famously gifted jennifer lopez on her fiftieth birthday. He knew when he posted this picture. That that's what everybody would be talking about including the host of this podcast. And he's getting what he wants because we're all discussing it so it worked so you know what clap to you. alex rodriguez. He got us all talk about it here. We are talking about you on the podcast today. But you know what doesn't mean. I have to like. I don't like it one bit. Because i think he's trying to get a rise out of my boys girlfriend aka ben affleck and you know what i don't dig it. Maybe jalen gave it back to a rod and now he's just happy to have his car back. Hey he can have the car back. Yeah and don't get me wrong. Sure if you wanna take the car back. Take the car back. Whatever whatever's your money bro but to lean on it post about it grinning ear to. He knew he knew everybody like he knew what he was doing us. Being too hard on. Have you ever kept anything from a hater now. You are being hater. Yeah like we talked about this before on the podcast like certain sentimental things i kept and then like straight away. Because i couldn't like. I i remember finding a couple of years ago and be like oh do i throw it away like it feels. I feel terrible throwing away but like in terms of like anything of value now. I've never taken anything back from an ex- that'd be kinda messed up even like a rod. You wanna take your porsche back bro. Why you really need the money that badly. Something tells me that you don't so if he did take the gift back from j. Lo what are you doing. Just let her have it dude. I think you're looking at this. All wrong maybe jalen didn't want it anymore. Maybe j. lo look dude. I don't need this. I'm gonna frigging richest hottest girl in the world. Why would i need your stupid. Ugly red porsche. Take it back and now era just happy. Got his car back. He's super down to earth and he wants everyone to know it so he takes a picture and post on instagram. I just. I think it'd be a little too hard on the guy you know. Well as you can tell not a fan all right well. We agree to disagree. Our next hot topic is about a man who breaks up with his girlfriend via the jumbotron. You guys don't jumbotron is. It's the huge television screen. That is in every stadium of any professional sports league anywhere. So apparently this guy on the jumbotron put elissa. This relationship is over from tim. Tim this guy went to a place. Very few are willing to go and breaking up with the partner. Recently at akron rubber duck's game which is the affiliate cleveland which Cleveland is no longer there. The cleveland guardians. Right are the cleveland guardians issue that just changed their name. I think twenty twenty two twenty twenty two so right now so the double a affiliate of cleveland indians the akron rubber telex what a name. Anyway this is in cleveland. Tim broke up with his girlfriend. Elissa now ex girlfriend in one of the most savage disrespectful ways possible elissa. This relationship is over by the way the overs in all capital letters. Talk about twisting the knife. That's what the l. a. L. e. sign read at canal park elissa. Needless to say has every right to be infuriated with him over this classless break-up without knowing the full story however i can't really cast judgment. This is obviously from the author of the article. Not me because on help dating we cast judgement. Generally speaking there are only really two explanations. As to why tim would decide to go to these lengths to break up with lissa first. Eliza is deeply deeply hurt. Tim dealing with these feelings. Tim right or wrong sought retribution by contacting the people within the rubber duck organization and likely pay to have this message displayed for all three thousand one hundred sixty fans to see at canal. Park the second explanation pretty simple. Tim is comeback. He's a scumbag guy who couldn't muster the courage to break up with a list of literally any other way either way. It sounds like it may be for the best that these two are going their separate ways. So what are your thoughts about this. I think it's a joke. And i think people misunderstood it. I agree what kind of douchebag unless she cheated on him. That's the only explanation. If elicit cheated on tim then maybe he went to these lengths to break up with her if he if she did cheat on them wouldn't like he. Also put that in the message. Eliza i caught you cheating it's over. It's definitely it's like they're still dating and he's playing a prank on her. If that's if that's at all. Yeah it's like i i. I am even angrier. Talk about this right now. I think it's hilarious. I kind of want to go to a rubber duck's game with kaelin. Do the same thing to her just to get a rise out of her just hilarious. All right let's play this out. So you go to the akron rubber duck's game in cleveland. Ohio and you guys go and there's three thousand people there and he gets some popcorn. You're watching a baseball game and then in the seventh inning. Stretch you go kaelin. Look i put a message for you up on the jumbotron and it says kaelin it's over from dean w- how do you think she'd react. Well first of all it would be in the las vegas ballpark where the aviators play. Because that's street from our house. In las vegas but Yeah so let's let's say we find ourselves in akron one day rubber duck play and we gotta go big game in the acc pcl Tournament would something like that. And you know. It's like i and i did that too. Kaylin i think she would get uncomfortable and she would laugh and she would get very angry at me but in hindsight it would be hilarious and she would laugh about off. i think. yeah. I'm curious. Melissa would react if this was a giant joke. 'cause then what's the point it's like oh it's like a two second laugher all that hard work and now everybody in the ballpark thinks that you guys broke up. Who cares the bill. There's thirty one hundred sixty fans there. Thirty one hundred and fifty. Six of those people will never know who they're talking about. You know what. I mean fair point so this brings up a question. Do you think it's ever acceptable to break up with someone not in person. I've done it before. I've done like the facetime break-up probably a couple over the phone you guys in a long distance relationship. I feel like that's the only acceptable way to do a face up. Were in a way that makes relationship. Have you ever done that or are you a face to face guy. I've never done that. I've never broken up with somebody unless like somebody thinks i broke up with them. I don't think so okay. Psa if you're listening to this and jared has broken up with you please call and let us know how we do then but i do think for a long distance relationship. It is accessible to do a facetime break up. I've had friends go through similar situations and like the relationship is dissolving. They went to just go visit one another. It didn't go well. They didn't break up over there and then they were going to meet up like again and fly to a central location and all the while one person knew that they were going to break up with the other and it was like one of my doing like i know. It sucks getting broken up with facetime. But what's better breaking up with someone over facetime or spending hundreds if not thousands of dollars to travel. Stay at a hotel all just to break up in person i think. The face break-up is acceptable when in a long distance relationship. Now listen if you guys live down the street and you don't have the balls to break up with them in person okay. That's a different story. I'm trying to think of the last time. I broke up with someone. I like him really bad at breakup. I my method like. Let's say i'm dating someone break up with them. I just like find ways to make them wanna break up with me. Because i'm too scared for them to break up to. Is that what happened on the first paradise. Yeah you know. I don't think that's too far off. Honestly i like this is like i'm i'm going to be a jerk and hopefully you come to your senses and you break it off with me so that way. I don't feel guilty for breaking up with you. But then i feel guilty for being a jerk for wanting you to do that. I don't know it's definitely not the best method and honestly it's the root of this podcast. It is the the genesis that drove this podcast in two creation so I think we can all agree that that's definitely not the best way to approach breakup If you want to break up with someone tell them why you want to break up with them face to face if you can or on the phone if you can't and Just be an adult about it because you agree with that. Yeah i mean it's too bad that there are no dealt on this podcast to really give more advice on that. Just to man child's last topic forte. Quick break jay cutler. Speaking guys that stink. Oh my gosh let's go. From the jay cutler. I hate jay cutler. Now it's the worst man we're also. You're a broncos fan so no wonder you hate this guy. Jay cutler says dating is quote hard as hell. Oh poor baby. After kristen cavalieri divorced priorities have changed. He said getting back out there. J. colors tend to rejoining the dating world since his split. With kristen cavalieri has come with their fair share of lessons thus far. It's hard as hell really color. Thirty eight years old said on the podcast uncut with jay cutler. Meeting people is hard. I think finding out what people really want from you. I think that's probably an issue. Jay cutler who shares a son came in tucson's excuse me two sons and a daughter With kristen explained the struggle with to connect with people that are on the same page with him especially as a parent. Now listen before. I go further into this article. Totally get that as a parent that makes dating harder because you're not only introducing someone into your own life you're introducing someone into your kid's life which is a bigger bigger deal quote on a different phase in my life right now. With kids. priorities have changed. He noted during this episode. It isn't just a purely selfish play. On my part the whole landscape has changed their apps. There's twitter there's instagram. it's a whole different ballgame. You're not just walking into a restaurant or bar and talking to somebody that doesn't exist anymore. Well it kind of still exists anyway. We he goes on to say we have nothing but love and respect for one another and are deeply grateful for the years that we shared memories and then children we are so proud of. He said in a statement when they broke up years ago. This is just a situation of two people growing apart. So jay color talks about how difficult dating is out in the world now like i said as a parent as someone who has kids with his ex totally get that. That would be very difficult. Having said that. You're also jay cutler your multimillionaire you're doing okay. Now you could say that. Oh i don't know if someone's dating me free quote the right reasons. I feel like that. Excuse is a little dramatic in a blown out of proportion like if you're a good reader people you'll know if someone really likes you for you to just comment on that real quick. There were times when i was in insecure. Little boy and i felt that sometimes a little bit and i'm not even. I don't even hold a candle. To the level of celebrity that jay cutler is so. I kind of serious coming from color. He's a cocky deepak. Probably eats that crap up. He like i mean i i. If you don't if you don't like this guy. I bet you probably. He probably like gets weirdly turned on by knowing that people want to hook up with him. Just because he's jay cutler you know he's he's that kind of person to me. I love our sports. Hatred is really just like oozing through this podcast my for a ride for the yankees your hatred collar. Because of what he did to the broncos. I love it. I love this and we did. A kristen cavalieri to chris cavalieri arguably the second hottest woman in america behind kaelin. Obviously and he he had to go out and ruin that relationship but hey i don't understand how they were even in the first place. I never watched any of those reality shows. Ernie that they were on. But just knowing what i know about jay cutler and knowing what little i knew about kristen cavalieri. It didn't make sense to me but obviously they. They had three beautiful kids. So i would still consider that relationship. Success i suppose i just don't like jay cutler and dating as a single parent i'm assuming is very difficult because for the reasons i stated before but it is easier for certain people in the world because of their status or or they're fine finances and i feel like j. collards. It's probably a little bit easier. So hey do you bro. But again that's it. That's all i got to say about that. Well let's make an announcement to jay cutler. If you're listening this podcast which you probably are. He's gonna change your minds about you. I would love to be your best friend. I would love to hang out and it's not just because you're famous former professional football player. I would love for you to change my perception of you because what you did to the broncos. I'll never forgive you for but if you come on plead your case and they shared your friends. I'm totally done for that. Yeah i mean. I would love nothing more than jay cutler at this podcast because he'd be a great gift for us yeah he would be a good get he'd be probably one of our best gets arguably the best cat. He's a big brian. Baumgartner here's a good one. Oh that's when you were the giants game. I wasn't their son of that would have been cool person bumgarner from the office remember. Kevin kevin malone. Oh i'm thinking of the pitcher. That's matt bumgarner. I think no. I think it is brian as well and i remember when he books brian i was like. Why are we having the giants player on her. Podcast and i was like. Oh from the office. That's right duty. I'm brian wasn't big. He's awesome so please. Brian come back on the podcast. We need you. Yeah play and i meant to to. I don't know what i meant but i did. Listen to his podcast after he gets it on our podcast man. His podcasts are really good. So if you have time and you're looking for more content to consume your day. Check out kevin's podcast. Brian's podcasts with it's very good all right we're gonna take a quick break and when we come back we asked you sucky daters to share your own dating dealbreakers and we're gonna talk about them right after this quick break looking for guidance motivation and variety from world class experts in your fitness and wellness journey. Find it with active the fitness app. That's right for you and your lifestyle. No matter where you are in your fitness journey. You can find something on apt to match your experience. Level and goals active believes everyone deserves. Personalized fitness instruction not just the privileged. Few who can afford a trainer. 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If you guys are not familiar with read it. I'm sure you are. It's like it's like like twitter. So the thread asked men of the internet water. Some of the dealbreakers for potential relationship. Even if they're very attractive and of course the threat quickly went viral as thousands of men started chiming in with their personal dating red flags and here are the some of the top voted responses. So let's see. I wanna know if you agree or disagree with these deal. Breakers number one having absolutely no sense of accountability for their actions and believe me. It is more common than you think. Is that a deal breaker for you. Then oh my gosh of course accountability killing about this all the time. Accountability is very very important. What do you think. Yeah oh i totally agree you need self-awareness number two complaining about everything. Yeah i tell them this. All the time complaining about everything is the absolute worst number three lying saying stuff about you behind your back me being mean to people for no reason and being fake. I tell us to kill an all the time. No actually. that's the one that i talk to them about all the time. She's a nice person. So i agree. I mean you talk about this all the time. If you're like mean to like your waitress or the waiter or any other person that's simply there to help you. Then you're about date and probably got some issues gotta work through. Yeah no i can never. I can't imagine kaelin ever being mean. Is she ever like she ever get like angry. She had a question She can get kinda snippy or something like if something's not going exactly how she wanted to work if she's on hold for too long she gets cranky mean or anything like that. But it's funny. Whenever i like so i'm going to tell us to in real quick so the complaining one Like a week and a half ago. I got my van stuck in some mud in utah and i called a aaa to come get me out and aaa dropped the ball. We were waiting for like four hours for the aaa tow truck and the whole time kaelin is complaining about. Just wanna get out of here blah blah blah and. I'm like bro. you're in the van like you have a better at their. You got a fridge full of you know whatever you want right there your snacks right there your dogs right there. Your boyfriend's right here like what like where if we were somewhere else. What would be going on differently than we're going right here. So stop complaining about that. That was like last. She and i understand. She's kind of distress anyways. I was on the phone with aaa for like four hours on and off for four hours and she was like getting really angry at me because she was like dude. You're not being like mean enough to the aaa people. Because they're dropping the ball and you need to like insight some urgency into them. So she's like. Let me talk to them. And i was like no. You're not gonna talk to them because she does. I know this is. I went off on a tangent. This is the most couple thing i've ever heard of. Give me talk to him. She's really good at like you know like if someone in that case if they're dropping the ball she's really good at putting your foot down it'd be like no. This is unacceptable blah blah blah blah blah and. I like him to going with that stuff. But so that's kind of that's like i wouldn't consider that her being mean. That's how that's here like snark coming. Yeah i just could never imagine kaelin talking as as the dealbreaker says talking like crap about you behind your back. But hey i relate to ceylan get cranky when i'm on hold for too long to number four talking about xs too much to the point of comparing the two of you. That's a big. No no for me. What do you think about that definitely. Was he think. Yeah comparing the two of you together. That's weird like you shouldn't compare your acts with your current boyfriend or girlfriend just like they're different people. Yeah i would be like. I think i've definitely dated girls before where they talk about their excellent. And it's like okay. Are you over them or like do you date you. Want to date them. Which which one would you prefer. Yeah whenever i went on dates a lot of people would ask about ashley and that's obviously different because we were dating publicly before you know obviously before together but Dow was always weird to me. Because it's like man. I know that it's just like we're tv characters like that actually is something very intimate to me. So it's weird to talk about but would get. Obviously it'd be one of the first questions. I get on dates understandable. Well fortunately you didn't have any of those dates know exactly. Because i mean obviously i was in love with her so they had every right to ask me about it right right and you just didn't get many dates to begin with anyway. The next one doesn't let you have time to yourself for the entire life revolves around you to the point that they suffocate you. Oh this is interesting for you. Because i feel like you guys are kind of attached at the hip or you know. Yeah we're definitely attached to the hip That's one of my favorite things about our relationship is that we truly don't get tired of each other. There's i mean. I really off the top of my head. Can't think of an instance where i thought i need to be away from ashley for an extended period of time. Like if i need to walk away because you know we just had a nine an argument but like a tough conversation. I don't feel like that's something that i need. Time away from ashley for more than a few minutes. So i can understand this though because i have had people in in my past who have been very suffocating and it's extremely annoying because when i'm like hey listen i just need to be myself right now. They're like no no no. I need to be with you. And you're like no no no no no no. You don't understand you making it worse please. Are we'll talk. We'll talk about it later. Yeah that's i mean that's gonna both on the same page about it too. I think that's the most important thing when it comes to that with with kaelin. It's i think probably is out of all the girls. I dated the most suffocating of them all. But i've never realized that. I actually of enjoy it. So it's like it's kind of nice. I've always felt like. I don't want to stay away from me. I'll you know whatever. But then she like like lashes on. Sometimes i i. I went on the knicks. Podcast like right when we started dating. Caitlin and i was like. She's like velcro she's always sticking to me and she always. We always give me crap about that. She's like she's like always calling herself. My my little velcro. I don't know something stupid like that. 'cause i like i in theory i like i'm like i don't like this but then it's happening and i'm like okay. Cool this is actually a really nice. And then kaelin's great because while she does like to be around me all the time she also understands that. I'm like i'm going to go into the mountains for a week and i'll be back and she's like okay so she suffocating but she also gives me a very long leash if you will all that seems like it really nice ballots number six. No testing behavior be straight forward. Or i'll assume you're likely to instigate dumb drama honesty for honesty. Yeah i think that's i think. Testing behavior is like pretty immature behavior. You know testing behaviors alec playing games. I think i interpret testing behavior as something like. I'm going to go flirt with that guy over there to see how you react or like god. I'm gonna pretend to be a girl texting you sexy pictures to see like if my boyfriend's loyal that kind of that's kind of how i interpret it to be. Yeah that's messed up. Toxic relationship in like one hundred percent toxic toxic. You know astrology is one of those things where you do you but if you really believe that stuff you i are likely not a match. I read a horoscope for entertainment at times. But i don't play my behavior. Assessment compatibility with someone based on the random month. I was born and so this person is saying if their day looks to the stars for personality traits. Not not for them. What do you think. I think that if it's like kind of jokey that's fine but if there are one hundred percent serious i can't say you because i meant to data pisces. And you're a scorpio. Low kuku yeah. They're blaming their bad behavior on the cycle of the moon. Yeah i agree. The moon is alexa. Guimba so i get a little testy during this time. Yeah you should kaelin to start saying that when she's on hold for too long. It's not me it's the moon mercury's retrogade can't you see if they're terrible with finances is a big one for this person which a yeah i mean i could see that i gotta admit it's so sexy knowing that kaelin makes so much more money than me. It's like such a turn on for me is that is weird. No that's not weird. I think there's probably is talking this person's specifically talking about not how much money they make but how much money they spend which obviously is a conversation. Yeah you have to have is a couple but you know what andrea three thousand says. It's not how much you make. It's how much you spent Andre three thousand. Yeah i guess. I mean that makes sense. Especially it'll give you buying silly silly things like you have a baby on the way. So there's a lot of to consider otherwise while i'm lucky to ashley an ira very much on the same page finances. We discussed the. We had just have a very comfortable relationship. And we talk about our finances. And like i'll always ask her like if i buy a new golf polo. I swear to god bro. I wanted to buy this new golf polo for like two weeks. Straight company called bad birdie. I loved it so much. And i went into the store. I called ashley said. Should i get this polo. Because was seventy dollars. And she's like you don't need it. You have so many shirts you're fine. I'm like no you're right. You're right right. So then i kept thinking about it from the next week and then we drove past the store and i goes up. That's where the polo is and she's like pullover and get it she's like if you're still thinking about it after week. Get the polo. And i said okay at the polo and i love it. I like those shirts. It's just. I wish there was more variety with them. They're they're they've got four patterns. The babri shirts and the fabric is really nice. And i'm sure. You look dashing. In it i i like i like like it so much. I yesterday for gender reveal because i. It's a blue and pink one so it actually worked out. Well what's it gonna be bluer. Pink ask kaelin and i are biggest financial. Gripe is she likes to fly business class and i strictly fly economy. I don't care whether i'm sitting in the back of the airplane or the front of the airplane. The airplanes in the air and it gets to where we need to go. Don't spend extra thousand dollars to five business class. It's not worth dollars whole crap. Well whatever it is. I don't know it could be five hundred. Could be two thousand. She insists always on upgrading to business or first class. And i like. I have to struggle with arguing with her about how. It's an unnecessary spending money. Yeah i bounced back and forth from virginia. I don't care like you know but last row near the bathroom. Whatever i connie but when when we go from like l. a. to boston and we're in the six hours sometimes like we'll we'll do a deep dive search to see how much more classes because sometimes you can get a really good deal and it's like an extra two hundred dollars for first class but that's well worth it for six hour flight but now for an hour flight i agree and so kayla going to europe next week and i was kind of one of the big arguments arguments debates. She's like well. We could spend eight hundred dollars more. And we're in comfort plus and i'm like okay but it's just not worth it and then i was like i thought we decided on it and it comes back a couple days later. And she's like well yeah well. The upgrade is only a couple of hundred dollars and like no. We've already decided economy. It's happening this way all right. Let's get a couple more one on that. Argument were flying economy geared. She's going to be so cranky that entire light so we're flying connie but i'm gonna stay there a couple extra days to meet up with one of my friends so she's flying back solo and i would be willing to stake a lot of money on the fact that she's gonna fly business or first class back because she's doing that for herself rather than for both of us. You know what i mean. Not that makes sense so we'll see all right. Let's see we got a couple more here where it's not to lay spend ninety percent of their free time sitting on their phone. But i get annoyed. When i play few hours of playstation to relax did i can relate to this so hard. Ashley is on her phone constantly. She's out see just poked her head. And i'm sure she's going to poke her head back in to yell at me for saying this. She's on her phone. We're both on our phones because we work a lot on our phones. Obviously but then she'll put her phone down. And i'll be on my phone and then she'll have the guts to look at me and say you're always on your phone. I'm like oh here we go. She just puts her phone down. And then i stay on my phone for like an extra twenty minutes and she looks at me and says i'm always on my phone or then she'll be on her phone like last night. Good example we're sitting on the couch. She's got a post like. I already posted my thing. So i'm just watching tv. It's like nine o'clock at night. I know i'm going to have to take the dog out on our so. I'm like oh. I'm going to go play video game and she's like hi and i'm like well i'm going to just go play a game of madden and you're on your phone and she's like and i'm like you're on your phone. Don't give that to me. Because i want to play video games. I agree anyway as you can see. I'm very passionate about this. I see that this list is supposed to be dealbreakers. That's obviously not a dealbreaker for you nor should it be. This guy seems to be even more and this guy definitely his dating this girl right. This person wrote this. I would say i agree with you. Especially in the hike the height of the pandemic probably playing like six hours of call of duty a day. You know because it's like what else am i supposed to do. I'm not. I can't go outside. I can't leave. The house is supposed to hang out with my girlfriend. Screw that exactly never Kayla like she was like super cool. I but but then like the second week. She was like dude. You place so much video games. And i'm like well if i wasn't playing video games would i be doing watching. Tv with you. Which is not about they. Don't get me wrong but like watching. Tv and playing video games comparing those two playing video games is the superior option because at least you're interacting with the tv instead of just sitting there mindlessly watching real housewives of dallas or something like that which again not bashing. Because the show's entertaining. And i do love just snuggling up and watching. Tv kaelin. but they're they're they're just like you need some variety and i just i. It's so weird. How it seems like girls just don't seem to understand why boys love video games so much there so far there's so much fun. One of my favorite jokes of all time is dane. Cook's joke about a video games. Because he said he moved into his house with his girlfriend and he was playing a video game and she was like. Oh why even like doing that. Video games are stupid and he looked back at her. And he's like you better get used to stupid because stupid lives here. Do it for the dating dealbreakers. Let us know where your dealbreakers our emails either. Email us follow us. Caption comment like do all that stuff. I don't even know. I was gonna say caption. You can capture stuff to work in the email us. You remember the the podcast. Yes it is. No no no no i know i know okay you can email us at. I suck at dating at i. Heart media dot com. 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And you're not gonna wanna miss any sweet helped by second dating updates. So jared question submitted for you. Jared are you and actually doing anything to keep the marriage spicy during pregnancy. Not as of yet age. I mean honestly. We haven't had much intimacy of past few months couple months just because of how bad ashley's been feeling she's been thrown up daily and then pretty sick and not feeling her best. And it's it's been fine you know. Just you know you prioritize things and I'm sure we will over the next. You know weeks or months work on things spice things up. It was actually really funny not to like get to gross into it but obviously when a woman is pregnant her body starts changing. And i'm sure she doesn't mind me sharing this i. I touched her nipples yesterday. Did they're like weird. She was telling me about it because she she actually wants to show me pictures because like they they just like get huge and like they're big they've gone like very big and apparently not nearly as big as some other women have to go through. But it's just like crazy. You know what i mean. When you say big like areola is expanding like the nipple part is getting longer both the nipple parts long. And i mean i'll ask her. Hopefully she doesn't mind me saying this. Podcast ashley loves over sharing. It's great it's part of what makes her so endearing she also i nothing jerry. No that's what. I said comparably speaking nothing. All right well comparably speaking. Apparently they're nothing but they're still pretty long your plenty of unusual there. Let's just be clear have gigantic. She does not have gigantic areolas. Don't want anybody imagining indicate. Nobody's imagine that we would just want to set the record straight on this. No gigantic aerial is just little very pointing. But they're definitely pointer than i'm used to. So when i miss it i was like holy crap. I just didn't expect it. Because i haven't taken a detailed look at him late road and it was kind of funny but no. I'm sure to answer your question while. I'm very much over sharing. I'm sure over the next couple months we will do things spice things up like some nipple play today to comparatively to other people maybe not huge but relative to their. They used to be even noticed significant growth. So i think you're you're justified in talking about your wife's nipples like that i love my wife's nipples. Yeah that's great and now there's more of them to love so dean. Let me ask a question for you dean. Do you think kaylin is your soulmate. And if yes or no. Do you believe in soul mates Soulmates i we've talked about this on the podcast awhile ago i like. I was curious about it. I was like. I wonder if things i'm her soulmate so i texted her. She says yes. I would i would say yes but with a asterix of saying. I don't really believe in soulmates. So that makes no sense. Caitlyn is my soul mate. I just don't believe them. If so missouri thing. I would say yes. She's my while that's very sweet. Answer i don't believe so made. Surreal so i say. No g thinks that. We're so me. And i appreciate you in the next few. Well a nice. It's a nice answer. Could be nicer. Jared does ashley have a limit on how long you'll grow your hair. And but yeah. I don't think she wants to any longer than it is right now. I actually just got a trim but it's still not that shore. I am going to cut it short probably sometime over the winter. Maybe early next year somewhere around there go back to like the length i had at the wedding. She input on the link though she likes this length. She likes this length lot. She doesn't want it pretty much any longer than this. You know like like. I stated before tom cruise mission impossible to that's like the longest. It's gonna get. But i liked the long hair. I it's just like as you know manage dislike especially in this he holy crap. It's like a mop on your head. I don't know how a lot of people with long hair do it but I do miss my short hair at times as well. So i'm excited. I'm excited to come my hair short. But i also know once i do. I'm going to immediately regret it here so funny because like all like go back through old pictures and i'll see myself short hair and i'm like wow. I was so much more handsome short hair. And then i'll go back further to where my hair was longer than it is now and i was like man. I was so much more hansen with that long long hand. It's like it doesn't make any sense so pretty much. You're just saying you're always handsome. So handsome i think in the present moment i'm always in. I'm like i'm the least attractive version of myself. And for some reason i look back at old pictures and i'm like wow you're so much better looking back then especially better looking than you are now. You know what i mean. And i'm sure like in a year. I'm gonna look back on a picture that i took of myself yesterday and be like. Wow dude you so much. More handsome in montana when you recorded that podcast and your brothers truck in the parking lot of a breakfast diner but i think obviously you're peaking right now but your second highest peak was definitely rate around the last paradise you were on kaylin. I love your so consistent with this walking onto the beach and all black outfit because at the wedding you look great too but dude when you walk down those stairs both. I'll never forget ashley. And i looked at each other. Like i dare kaylynn to not leave with this guy. I dare her to try. That's because you know. I didn't feel cute in that moment. I remember that moment so specifically because i like wanted my hair to be nice and you know how like especially when you have long hair you wanna like shampoo and conditioner like a day or two before you want people like before it looks. It's best right. Yeah you kinda like get like a couple of days in advance. And i remember like i think in the hotel always staying in. There was no conditioner something like that. And so i couldn't condition my hair. And i was like. Oh this is gonna suck. I'm gonna walk down there and my hair is going to be all greasy and gross and i remember that day like i was like trying to like style appropriately. They wouldn't let me wear my headband. Which was wearing season. Because i was like a weird awkward stage and i was like oh my hair is just not going to be good but then it looked good on camera. I think there was like some editing or something involved because it looked pretty good. Yeah look to mason. I don't think it was editing. I think it was just the glow are we'll do one more question before we go into our email. This is for both of us. Would you rather be stuck in a room with your significant other or would you rather be stuck in a room with your significant other or with your celebrity crush. My significant other. Sorry because it says. Would you rather be stuck in a room with your significant other with your ex or celebrity crush. Oh how Even a question of course my significant other with your acts. So it'd be like you. Actually you actually kayla like in a room together or you and penelope cruz penelope criticism. My my crush. I mean she's very attractive. Who is jennifer. Lopez was crushed. Quite some time still is obviously I would say rachel. Rachel mcadams was a big crush. Emma stone was a big crush like all very basic answers. Who's yours. i'm going to try to think of a better. My celebrity mean gal gadot up there. Obviously she's cool. I think my celebrity crush going to get in trouble for saying this. I guess it's like the only only non photographer celebrity that i follow on instagram. Alexis ren so i would say that's my celebrity crush alexis ren who's that. She's just like some girl. I'm gonna going forward right now. I feel guilty about it. Actually on well i she like. Who is this human being. Oh she's fourteen the blonde. She's like on dancing with the stars. She used today. Jay who. I also follow who. I've also been meaning on follow. Because he's just like weird. Is it this person that was my celebrity crush and caylin concerned too. But like i said. I'm going i'm going through with on following rate this on file. We don't need that. Hey i i kinda wanted to resent brought this question up ash. Would you rather be stuck in a room with me or lear. Not at capri. Oh you had to choose one. Are you serious. Wow that's so sweet. She said she'd rather be stuck in a room with me rather than li. Oh you're so. Sweet i said you too and i did all right well. Let's get into email before we had to answer this evening. Ask me any of the other questions. I want to answer this. I want so read that one for me. How does dean deal with differences of religion with kaelin. And how would work with your kids. If you guys have your one and i think that you were doing it because you thought i didn't want to answer it but i do want to answer it and i'm going to answer right now. Great we have different takes on religion kaylynn and i. Obviously i am agnostic more or less raised presbyterian since transitioned into agnostic. So i don't really believe in anything. I don't disbelieve in anything. But i'm kinda like convinced me like if something came down and they were like okay. The this is real. Here's proof haddock okay. Cool that makes sense. I believe now. Kaylin is pretty christian. She goes to church pretty often. She's got like her religious texts that she has around like. She writes her daily prayers. That kind of stuff. And i think that there is probably a growing number of these like interfaith or lack thereof relationships. And that's kind of why. I wanted to answer it. I think the biggest thing is just like openness to talk about a an like an understanding that just because you think something different than the other person doesn't mean the other person is more wrong or less right than you. Are you know what i mean. So like when it comes to religion. Ceylan and i i like support her religion and her religious efforts and all that kind of stuff and i think at the end the day like she's not throwing it in my face like she's not like throwing christianity and my face and as long as he's not doing that i totally don't care like she can do whatever she wants. She can believe whatever he wants. I like presser on a couple of certain things like factual reasonings as to why things are the way they are especially when it comes to like religious pressure on it just like to egg gain clarity for myself and i like him just curious to see what she has to say about a lot of that stuff in so she is always gonna be christian and i love that and i think that she definitely should and if we have kids i i guess we've never really talked about gas because that that was my next question because obviously it's finally you guys can say. Hey i believe this. I believe then we can live and love each other for that but then how do you do the kids. What are you going to do with your with little baby dean with well once a little baby. Dean comes into the world and february. We haven't really talked about it. Ashley and i think are both very similar on our religious beliefs. It's not a big factor in our lives. Know we don't go to church. I think both of us like to believe in a higher power but we definitely are also agnostic to a certain extent. I think we both believe that. Something's there we just don't know what it is so I think that's how we're going to raise our kids. And you know. I'm going to introduce our kids to a lot of different ideas and and beliefs and i want them to be exposed to a bunch of different ideas and you know we'll we'll womb will work together as a family through it. You grew up a catholic right. Yeah so you went to church every sunday with your parents. No i mean i we would go to church. Good churchgoers so. That's why i was never really a huge factor in my life. We always believed in the presence of god and and to a certain extent. I do now today. Because i want to buy also realize that you know there might not be but you know shoes to believe in a higher power because i want to. I'll take your opinion on this. Then let's say kaelin. And i have a kid and she wants to take it to church. Take it as if it's just a thing she wants to take the kid to church to instill some religious values as a young age. But i don't and i don't care about it so would you say that like just them to should go to church and i stay home or should i be supportive and go with them all. Even though i don't believe in it you know what i mean like. What would you advise some like someone in my situation in that to do. Well i would say that you should go with them and explain things you know because i think probably one of the reasons why you're agnostic is as you grow. Older things are more. Explain to you. And i think then you look through a different lens at certain things in your life and so i think if you wanted to just give your child as much knowledge as possible to let them make the best decision then i would go with them. I wouldn't like just be like. Oh you do whatever you want to do. And then we're not gonna talk about it. I think the best course would be you to join them because like if you're in hostage then you don't really care about going to church you can go. You can go to get up early on sunday and drive to the church and sit through trip. He get some coffee on the way. I mean honestly. Of course each family needs to decide what's best for themselves but if you're asking for my advice that would be my advice. Good advice good advice and if it's on a sunday. Hey maybe i can sneak my phone in and watch some Some nfl red zone or something. While this is going on anyways we are going to get to one Quick email and then we are going to let you guys get the heck outta here. Because i'm sick of sitting in this truck. The email is this from chat. Do have anyone out there that wants to read this anyone in the podcasting universe that wants to read this. I'll read it if you if you ask. I haven't read in a while. I hi. This is an email from chad. Months ago i slept with one of my family friends. The family is literally my second family. We spend all major holidays together. We go on vacations. She is four years younger than me is like my little sister. I have never thought of her as attractive. And this was just a drunk mistake. I am now super nervous anxious about being around her family. And i hope no one ever finds out. How do i not act awkward. When i see her help damrau. So you hooked up with your little sister. That's so this sweet home alabama music a guide you sleep. Would someone please. Don't ever describe them. And like hell man. I saw kiat. I don't know this is just weird. And i never thought of her as attractive and this was a drunk mistake. I just i guess okay. Let's let's start by saying this. She never needs to know that you don't find her attractive in be that you think it was the drunken mistake. Those things should never leave your mouth again when it comes to talking about this especially with her you just just go talk to her and say that was great but we never are going to do it again. That's i would say and if we maybe throw in like an also if we can keep it a secret that'd be really great. I don't know that's my advice. What you think i know. There's there has to be more than that that has to happen but yeah i don't know kind of stone to me. I just think like yeah. Go talk to her. Hopefully family doesn't find out. Hopefully you guys can move on talk to her. That's important but don't say it was a mistake. And i don't find you attractive yet definitely. Don't say that. Just say hey. Was you know one. I'm not sure if we should do this again. You know it's complicated situation kia. I got nothing just like so awkward. I got nothing for you on this one. Sorry east you can draw from experience on this one care obvious. Slept really a close family friend. Like that and i have not regretted anyone i've ever had sex with faces a gift that should be cherished in treasured beautiful but damn i think i agree with you. Guys got to say hey. That was fun you know. I wouldn't expect it to happen again. Because the the complexities around our relationship and how we know each other very much treasure you as a friend and i would like to continue that friendship and if it were me i would want to be. I would probably want to distance myself from this person for a while. Kennedy don't go to the family parties for a little while. Yeah yeah. I mean i. I don't i don't know how old chat is but like i don't know how often these events are happening these days. But yeah i would sit out the next barbecue or two and and but you know have a conversation where there and beyond because you don't want her to feel like like oh. Hey we did this and then he just like disappeared. What happened but Yeah i don't say you you don't find her attractive and then it was a mistake. That's good advice to not let that. Leave your mouth right. I agree with your take. The complexities thing really sold me. You are a man with a very great vocabulary. Thank you thank you. We're economies important to me are going to do it on this week's episode of help i suck dating east and thank you so much for reading that email and thank you chad for that. Email was thank you for setting in wishing you the best of luck with that buddy and please keep emailing us. Everybody listening we love your emails. Deans favor report. Podcast is legitimately sticks around. I dating iheartmedia dot com. You can also follow us at help. Izhak dating on instagram. Thank you to everybody who chimed in for the questions on instagram. Thank you alex. Rodriguez for posting a dumb pitcher so we can talk about it and i think that's going to do it. So what can they do next week. Dean oh my gosh they tune. 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Da In one of the southeastern county's district attorney right even when he returned to the district. the cops found him after he was called on he was swerving against the cops found him Sitting on the ground beside his car parked alongside the highway and he was drunk. And there's so. They charged him with aggravated. Dwi and also wrote them up for firearms charge because he was drunk and he had his head his handgun on him so they got that one too but the funny thing is while I was googling him Turns out that it was just last year where there was another Deputy District Attorney just a couple of counties over from him a Franchesca somebody or another Flipping back and forth anyway. So there's two D. as it are drunk driving in New Mexico. Of course that's nothing nothing exceptional because the New Mexico. I believe leads the nation in drinking and driving and always has this must be why Sarah demetrious pardon. This must be why Sarah from New Mexico was so worried about pedestrians. Cops running everybody down. Yeah but yeah quits. Those Kuhn's the thing the thing shocking to me about that story is that two different cops actually arrested a DA and didn't sweep it under the rug. I don't I don't think the COPS I don't think the cops necessarily get along with the DA's all all that great. Theoretically they're on the same team. But I I don't know the vibe that I get it just doesn't seem like they're really All that closely They're not friendly with each other so it seems maybe maybe they're not there. Of course it depends. But we've had I've seen so many cases that that I look at where a cop is the defendant and I'm just like that prosecutor through that case I'm just I tend to think it's better for the district attorney and the cops to not be friends. Yeah right as or getting busted for. Dwi is so that's a really crappy jobs they have probably putting a lot of innocent people in jails driving them to an excess drinking where they just are always doing exactly Here's a fun fact. In the case of this Francesca Martinez S. Estevez The original ruling from the judge in the case granted her a public defender even though she was earning a six figure. Salary tend to take care of their own. Yeah and then later when When they were questioned about it they say oh. It was a series of complicated misunderstandings and a few mistakes. That led to the judge's determination That she qualified for public defender. Wow this is the system you get when it's taxation by theft. Well as pointed out New Mexico is considered I think the most corrupt state in the United States is that correct David. Oh that's according to the the special agent in charge of the New Mexico region. A few years back said that to a reporter a reporter Questioned him about it. That had he had he indeed said that and he confirmed the up. New Mexico is the most corrupt state in the nation according in his opinion and he was heading up the FBI in New Mexico region and then the reporter countered with well. That's the same thing that the FBI has said about uh about illiinois and the the the FBI special agent said well especially agent in charge of Illinois has not been to New Mexico. It's very funny David. Thank you so much for the call. I hope things get sorted out in New Mexico but it doesn't sound like short of abolishing the state. That's not going to happen. I mean corruption happens everywhere. That's true but it does seem to be a particular problem in New Mexico a lot of politicians and DA's and things like that getting in bed with each other which perhaps figuratively people that work for these systems. They're crazy and it weighs on them. Well it's not it's and it's it's not just that they're the they're crazy drives them crazy. The money they're spending isn't there's success does not return a better result than failure. I mean that's a pretty crazy world to put somebody and they say if you want to drive a dog crazy the best way to do. It is just alternately. Beat it and praised for no reason like no reaction to what the dog is doing and it will just drive the dog crazy. Because he doesn't know what's going on and it can't figure it out because there just isn't any pattern to it and that's how a lot of my interactions with government fouled. Yeah it definitely attracts a certain type of person as we were discussing earlier the kind of person who is likely to abuse power over others is by no coincidence. They type person who is going to seek power over others. That's the whole allure of power in the first place is the opportunity to abuse others. That's almost the definition of power creepy. Joe Creepy Uncle Joe. And then yeah damn across what to make him president this guy who caresses little kids faces and gives them kisses as they pull away from him interesting cages that sorts of the wheels are coming off is he objectively worse than trump. Though I don't know I can't I mean apart from politics okay. A apart from politics proposal awful I. I don't know that either one is better than the other. But you know it's it's like trying to get me to eat a bowl of vomit or a bowl of human feces. I have no desire to eat either one of them. That's you're getting what the system is designed to give you the you know Abo- vomit or a BOA faces and two thousand sixteen was even worse because trump is bad. Hillary is worse than Biden. I will say that I don't know between Biden and trump which one is worse but Hillary is worse than than the other two. I have to agree with you there. I Hillary has I mean I voted for her husband once. I voted for him. In nineteen ninety two and that was the last vote ever cast for a Democrat 2016. Sixteen manage to give us it matters to seek out and find the two most despicable disgusting people in the United States and asked everyone in America. Pick one of them to be in charge of the entire country. You're GONNA do it again. Him For years and over the next four years. Yeah and a whole lot of people seem to recognize that but yet somehow think that it's normal and it's acceptable or that research. That's a good thing that begs the question of is this thing we're doing that. Dredges Up Hillary Clinton's and Donald Trump's something. We should be doing it all. Maybe we shouldn't be burying them in the pet cemetery. I quit for the most part after after run Paul because that was the point where I saw a man saying things that really made a lot of sense and then nobody seemed to care I. I continue to vote. Libertarian and I know the man won't get elected so I don't worry about him. 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Usa here's Ron Bar Major League baseball celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of the Negro National League and the Commissioner of Baseball says it commemorates baseball history and it's a tribute to African American entrepreneurship in the culture that existed at that particular time comments from Rob Manford Major League commissioner and the Negro League National League the first Major League we have with us. Bob Kendrick President of the Negro Leagues Museum as the head. Negro Leagues Historian. And that museum. By the way if you're ever in Kansas City be sure to check it out Bob for our younger listeners. Who may not be familiar with the Negro Leagues and everything? Give us a brief history of the Negro Leagues. Ron were formed in Kansas City in nineteen twenty as a matter of fact right around the corner from where we operate the PASSAIC. Ymca building still stands. We now dedicated that building to becoming the buck. O'neil Education Research Center so the Negro Leagues Museum is actually going to expand our operations into the buildings that gave birth to the story that would now charge deserve it but it was in that very building on February Thirteenth Nineteen Twenties that Andrew Rube foster medic contingent of eight independent like baseball team owners into Kansas City. They met at the old for sale. Ymca and of course out of that meeting came the birth of the Negro National League the first successful organized Black Baseball League. The Negro Leagues would then go on to operate amazingly for forty years from nineteen twenty until nineteen sixty and of course it would give a plane graph and some of the Best African American and Hispanic baseball players to showcase their world class baseball abilities. Tell me a little bit about what is in the museum itself. I know as you walk your way. Make your way into the stadium. You kind of gauge through a window at the center piece of the exhibit. Tell everybody what that exhibit is well. It's an amazing experience. And essentially we immerse you back in time and so you walk into an old dollar park and and it's all about the first thing you see is his incredible baseball dying and we call the field of legends on the field of legends is a mock baseball diamond. They'd houses ten of twelve lifesize bronze sculptures of Negro League greats significance being that they represent ten of the first group of Negro League players to be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of fame had cooperstown and the statues are casting position as if they were playing. Jane obviously biased. But I think it's one of the most amazing displays and any new them anywhere in the world. Well you're on the outside looking at this fields but you can't get to the field and you literally have to earn your right to take the feel by learning their story and this story is set on a time line of American history and so you're able to parallel what was happening and Black Baseba- the rise and subsequent. Follow the Negro Leagues with the rise socially of America's simultaneously and so it's an all encompassing history. Lesson that is highlighted through Audifax and script of pieces that bring this story to life and then visitors literally earned the right to take the field. And I'm not lying when you get on that field. It is almost this triumphant like feeling I would say that it was very much on par to what it felt like when Jackie Robinson walked out on the feel as a member of the Brooklyn dodgers. And I've had people who have literally been moved to tears when they take the field by different. The Great Ozzie Smith. When he was here we had a opening of the museum. Way Back in nineteen ninety seven for the new facility. We started this museum in Nineteen Ninety. So we're celebrating the thirtieth anniversary but in nineteen ninety seven when we opened a new facility when he walked out on the field of legends. He said it was one of the most areas feelings that he ever had. Because I think rod what he realizes that he had stood on the shoulders hub easy motor giants to be able to fashion a hall of fame career to become the wizard and he knew that he owed a great deal of gratitude. Ten had a lot of respect for those who pave the way and something that buck. O'neil oftentimes say you know in our society. We more times than not we. We celebrate the people who cross over the bridge but here the Baseball Museum. We celebrate the bridge. Builders they're the ones who allow these other athletes these other African American Hispanic athletes to transition into the major leagues so it is really a very inspiring experience but let me preface by saying this fit nothing sad or somber about this story and even though it is anchored against the backdrop of American segregation retrieved. The story like today celebration because it is just indeed that it is a celebration of the power of the human spirit to persevere prevailed. These athletes never crowd about the social injustice. They went out and did something about it but baseball was very important to the black culture back when you had the Negro Leagues what was the meaning. What was so important about baseball for the black culture but you know baseball was important in society at large. But you're right. It had an inherent value and the African American community and the Negro Leagues were at the root of that. Because what baseball did for this community at that time was it brought great joy to the African American community at the time when it was very challenging being African American in this country as we were dealing with a segregated America and Jim Crow Law but he was something that was intrinsically hours even though it was shared with the rest of the world that that I mean we're talking about black churches would move to service time up in our so people go to these games and and they attended these games in large numbers. One of my pet peeves is the fact that people are and I know they may say were about the same that nobody saw play now. There were a lot of somebody's that happen to be black. They fill it up Yankee stadium. They're filling up the stadiums all over the country. Many of the same stadiums that major league teams playing and as a matter of fact they were outdrawing many major league team so there are a lot of some bodies that saw them play. They just happen to be black and mainstream America miss. Some of the greatest baseball players ever played this game. And so. But you're right it. It had a tremendous impact on the African American community and impact really was the catalyst for successful black businesses. So wherever you had successful black baseball you had thriving black economies so when these people fill out the ballpark. Guess what they come right back where I am here today at eighteen divine. When monarchs played. All these folks came back and did business. In this community that was a segregated mandated community but as a result the community was flourishing. I gotTa tell you I so admire what you're doing as far as capturing this history your big admire an historian of the pitching Great Satchel page and you want said Satchel page. Never really told his age. He was believed to be closer to fifty to forty two when he made it to. The Big Leagues and Satchel was fond of saying. Mind over matter. If you don't mind it sure doesn't matter the also said that you know. How old would you be if you didn't know how old your work? And so he is do the ageless. Wonder he was special. I tell my guest all the time they will never ever have the another Leroy Satchel page not someone rod who combines the longevity about his estimation pissing over twenty six hundred games. The great stuff recorded some fifty five no hitters. That only God knows how to strike outs and the charisma he could sell it. Yeah he said but he can back it up the late. Great Buck. O'neil says but his money the three most charismatic athletes that he ever saw but Satchel page Dizzy Dean and late Great Mohammed Ali. They all sound but they could back it up and Sacha whether it's good as he was as good as any you know. I think we all wish that we could have seen him in his prime because he had the dominating stuff I mean. They clocked his fastball. At a hundred and five miles per hour but wouldn't really made it so special and as you know one. Five is pretty. Don't grow special. But what really made him so special was one. Oh five with ten point control. He put it exactly where he wanted to put it ten even as an old man. He never lost the control. He couldn't throw it. Hardy wants to see it but he can put it exactly where he wanted to and he was still able to get guys out at an ungodly age for pitcher whether it was forty two or fifty two and now closer to the fifty two. We only have about forty seconds left. What do you want people to take away from a visit to the museum in Kansas City? That the Negro Leagues were important and not only Chena game of baseball but even more importantly for helping change this country. This is as much a civil rights story as it is a baseball story and we cannot allow the legacy of the Negro Leagues to die when that last Negro League elitist the face of the Negro Leagues Museum has oftentimes say that need to survive. It has to survive so that we don't lose precious piece of baseball and Americana and so we encourage those. We'll be listening to your show to consider becoming a member of the Baseball Museum and join our efforts to keep a legacy of the Negro Leagues Alive. And you can learn more about the museum at. Www dot l. b. m. dot com. I WanNa thank you Bob. It's always a pleasure to have you on the show. I'm a big supporter of the museum. Take care come back and visit with us again. Our Rob thanks for having Bob Kendrick the President of the Negro Leagues Museum and is the head. Negro Leagues Historian and also. The museum is located in Kansas City. When we come back we're going to share with you an interview. We did with one of the former Negro League players. 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He is a former Negro League pitcher and he grew up down in the south and Mississippi and then about seventeen years old he moved up to Chicago Leah. Let me take you back to Mississippi because I think we all know when you were growing up it was not a very tolerant time for African American people. Tell me what that town Ola was like. Whoa ended no. That was not that bad town. It had its ups and downs. And and I I would say that Our wellbeing had a lot to do with our mother. She was a hot Cohen Lady. And she you know demanded a lot from us you know as far as working and and being young gentlemen and We Was able to do things with the white kids and adults and and and I'll tell you this story. Real quick we lived in the country You know a good while early on and the first football baseball and basketball I touched was Young Whiteboard at lived up right over from us. His parents owned a plantation and His mother and father they allowed us to come over and play a gym quota. And it's just it. Was Kate allowed us to come over and play with With him any time we wanted to and we were able to we had was that limited to do whatever we want to do as long as with dead. What young kids supposed to do? And I never forget. This is the thing I remember the most we had clay outside for. Hyderabad was hot. And we Jim Say well if I get a break. Let's go in and get some something cold to drink this. We said okay so we head to the back door. Because they're all gone said we go into the back to You said Noah what he's retold it were Jim We don't know that you know as professor comp he said look he said Real and Joe. There's love you here playing with us. This is totally Appropriate and I don't ever want to see that heading to back door not here so And I try to look him up and let him know how things what he'd done What potted play with my brother and I what we don after. We left the south so 'cause he became he. He didn't play professional but he became my pollute a police force and chief of police in a small town in the suburbs adult and so. I just wanted him to know that what he done for us did motorized was that the exception or the rule generally speaking in Mississippi at that time. Well it was the exception because To be flight with you when we was playing the gym. His father instructed him to not to allow any sub in the country A white boys to come and play with us because he knew that this would set too well with their craft with them and their parents. It just didn't take that chance and and GM you know followed his instructions We always played There was one other black young fellow that played with us and that made the four of us so but it was always strictly gym and Suntan cake and we played hide. Go seek the bond. And then you know if some of the White Sam is in the south if they had. I think he was playing hide. Go seek with Kate and Von. Crowley would have had a problem. Let me let me let me ask you something about Sports in about baseball because in to the other Negro League baseball players. I've always come away with the impression that it was an avenue. It was something that gave a self esteem to those that played. They also played baseball and it was something about that game. Was it because it was the national pastime and they wanted to have a sense of equality me some insight on that Leo. Well there's some new right. I'm doing a speech in Purulia Sarah Day and And that's the I'm going to include that You know in the country we played there. Were what they call a sandlot baseball teams around the country and that was high baseball playing in the south so From what I understand that Some businessman's got together and put together some teams that turned out to be enough. Stretch Socks Birmingham barons and can't sit him on on and on and from that baseball Begin to grow. And we had no coaches manages. They had inexperienced in baseball. But we was able to get Our knowledge from the older guys that I guess they just Kinda learned it on your own and and that's how We really got started. And that was the pretty much A big thing you know. Bow near that Satellite Baseball playing out in those passes and different wherever they did enough. So I don't know if that answers. Your questions Yeah you'd really. It really does but I'm wondering also about what baseball meant to black fans who were able to see some of their own to be able to play our national pastime. Because I know I've had some talks with some older major league. Players now retired and they told me about the fact that the church was always very important that you would go by a black church and then after church services they go out back take off their jackets. Roll up their sleeves absolutely and play baseball absolutely and usually skew could sign a baseball ground Right behind the church. I can remember just like We was getting ready to go back then. Play right now and this Kind of was the beginning of a lot of the parents who did it. Wasn't that interested in baseball. But it was kind of the beginning of them Getting polite baseball and they saw that Their kids Were stayed out of trouble. The one that I was engaged in in baseball so It began to grow just from that The churches you know having The space in the back and enabled us to play and we had some pretty good just a little boy but we had some good teams back there. The other thing I had heard the other thing I have heard from the players that were the people that played in the Negro Leagues was that they got paid. I mean I remember talking. Willie mays is a friend of mine and I remember talking to Willie about the Negro Leagues. And he was saying he was sixteen years old. He was playing professional. Baseball with the Birmingham Black Barons at that particular time. And I'm just wondering that's amazing to think that all these players when they were sixteen seventeen even younger fifteen years old. We're playing professional baseball. Well he's absolutely right because In this speech did okay do I'm GonNa let these kids know that while in school and and that's you know I was playing list. Lots of full grown men at the age Probably Fourteen and fifteen years old and bay. will come to I can't remember them. Come into our home and begging my mother to let us come out and play and included playing on Sundays and rejected to that. But they were so Insistent that eventually she's well Allow y'all go to searching you know. Come to church in the morning. I'll let you play in the afternoon. So that's you know that was the breaking point Thought and we were. It was a mixture of Thirteen or fourteen year old kids like myself and my brother and others That was playing like I said playing worth These grownup someone probably unnecessary does a maid before it is and they were very good ball players but we were able to Compete and I remember when I came here at seventeen was An Chicago area. It was almost like a class a AA baseball. You know and immediately after Act Guy here. It was a teen by the name of Chicago Cardinals Mr Thomas and soon as that guy he made it go out and pitch and I wanted to well. I'm not sure how we're going to stay out because these guys probably have much more experience than I have but I was able to go out there and compete and it turned out That I ended up being his number one pitcher. Leo Westbrook is with us on sports byline. We'll talk about his career in the Negro Leagues as we continue on Pylon. 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Quarter inch drive ratchet socket and bits at just twenty four ninety nine plus double over awards points which means you'll get to your next reward even faster O'Reilly auto parts better parts. Better prices every day auto parts. This is America's sports talk show sports byline USA. Here's Ron Dr Leo. Westbrook is with US former Negro League pitcher and he pitched for the Memphis red sox also the Raleigh Tigers Lexington Indian which was a minor league team for the mets and the Indianapolis Clowns Leo. Let me talk about when you came to Chicago. You touched on just briefly. But what did you find in the North about baseball that? Maybe you didn't see in the south I I would say it was Much more expanded that you had just you know being in Chicago Illinois. You got lots of suitable baseball Parks that Clios teams was able to play in. That was well kept by city and and just about anywhere in the city You could go and see a big time Level of a baseball that's deemed clean. Then to to add to the likes of loop rock new BRA- played With the team called Chicago athletics and I was playing with the team. Congress Chicago cardinals in both of those trials because white socks young boy still in high school and they didn't find either one of those So you see what happened. Was illu bracken. And this could be they. They have signed him after he went back. And you went and played in Panamerican game but it was a less more widespread. It was Much more competitive because That was many more players. That was available you know to So many park districts and other areas and and city and south suburbs and that was different I would say In the south they had a lot at a very good quality of baseball teams but it just was not spread out to the degree that it was in Chicago. I get one example. That's suburban town Call Lansing Illinois Middle Odeon Illinois. And he'll get a little ways out of Chicago and those teams. We compete against them. We had a regular schedule against them. So that's one of the big differences Not as is the the when you got down to the the best ball players you know. It's a pasta. It's just that Here in Illinois it was admitted more to choose from and we had I would say a little bit more. training Like must've Thomas. He was an ex baseball player himself and he was a good teacher of baseball. And most of most of the teams in the Chicago area you know and Serbs. They had guys that You know manages and and try and hold just was operating like a full-fledged nonexistent Lemme ask you something Leo about the fact that once baseball integrated with Jackie Robinson. What was the general reaction? Among African American players baseball players about that integration the selection of Jackie and what lies ahead for for black ballplayers well to be with you when it says happen and I think there is no not everybody but a great number people know that you know the things. That jacket went through and And how that you know your vault with branch Rickey and and And he had that I don't know He. He was smart enough and strong enough to to Take a chance on a jacket and But you know what happened? I mean they went through a whole lot and everybody was pulling Jackie and Now after it got going and the number of players Begin to start a scouting you know. the Negro League very heavy which means that More blacks were you know Well actually the negrete selling selling players actually one of my best friends. was the highest so far more than anybody including Jackie and as and on and on it was highest in what up to Boston for a short while but he didn't study that he was found alive but people in the south I would say everybody became a dodger. Thank you know because of jacket. LemMe ask another question. And that is the fact. Let me take you back to the Lexington Indians. You played for them and you got a couple of interesting stories there and they intentionally over work to Did they not? But tell me about some of your favorite short stories about the Lexington Indians. Well I'll start with Opening night and then I'll get into the over being overworked opening night we open at In Lexington North Carolina and it was only four have been Americans that was on that team and I was the on the kitchen and I didn't start the game But when they introduce C. Three that was starting other three black players The Home Lexington thing is Buddha and when I was called in to relieve the starting pitcher They said put all those and they used it. Were you know? Put all of them in you know one and that was me too so So that was one of the Things that took place and I'll never forget I think that was shortstop. Was Jimmy Durante. From sumpter South Carolina. He hit a home run and tenth eleventh inning to win game and after the game was over I got dressed and he had a jimmy and I was out and and you know talk after the game was open. You know the people that was always people that was friendly into the game and So one came up and and he stated that he said that saw and so that usually in where he hit that ball about disappeared. Jar and so You know my mother always taught us to you know. Just be cool and and deal with themes Tactfully so I I got a place away. Asset what in that you Talking about and it is actually That's David Jimmy walked out and I said that him right there you said you went over there and put his arms around him after what he said and he pulled away. I said Jim you from sucks up to South Carolina and I lived in Chicago now so if I can Headed I know you see this a lot more than I do now so if I can take it you should be able to take. Ideally we WANNA play our way out of the The Carolina League into a higher class and hopefully into the majors. So Jimmy was okay after that. What happened with your arm? this is One one night The Manager Asks Leo. You throw strikes and I need these hit as to You know started hitting a little bit better. And all the way they're going to do this They GonNa have to have some Good stripes thrown. If you've got very controlled so I like you to throw batting practice and and And but you've y'all to shift as far as starting it game you know for the next two or three nights. I said Okay and So I threw around batting practice and he came over and asked me. You said You'd think you can go another round. I say yes you say hostage show so Through two rows about a graph is and you know around it batting practice actually speech hit a getting at least fifteen twenty Swimming so by the starting pitching got knocked out and he called me. You say you think you could finish this up. Oh yeah and that was say Kinda naive. I always said But I told him and I didn't want to be a guy that That's it no didn't show a heart try just told him I figure. That's after pitching to now the batting practice and So after that the next time I went out I felt a you know Paid up I wrote into cut and from that point on The only way I knew what that really happened. was when I went back to throw a fastball and through straight overhand accent Colfax. My curve ball fastball was straight over the top and acts. Napping thing you know. Don't teach guys at throw us that particular delivery along because it was so hot on on so it got to the point where I get took Not just three days. It took five bays a longer before All the inflammation Got OUTTA MOM and and that was it. I never from that night on. I was not able to throw the fastball and I thought it had totally healed until I went to American back centre and they had to catch on to some house. They've you know stretching the out than And I caught onto all with with my right hand and And they pulled me and I had pain and I said no I. Can't you put me in a current but that that But you know really Brought again before I have to ask you before I let you go here. What was the contribution to baseball? Do you think of Negro League Baseball. Well I on us not make the contribution that That negroes Made to baseball is A big time up tip in attendance. And that's what branch rickey was thinking about. You know any Jack asking. Why didn't he? Why did you sign him? And you wrote this thing. He was told him it. Trues MONEY AND So more blacks began to Show up at Baseball Games because you had the lack of you know Well after Jackie Don Newcombe and all those guys So it was it made. It was much more And our minds much more reward into blacks to go to a baseball game. Yes in about ninety seconds Can you tell me a moment throughout your baseball career? That has kind of ingrained in Leo. Westbrook's mind well what's really ingrained in my mind More than anything else is something that Jack Jack. Ross is to at Jack. Ross says Baseball School. While we were sitting in the stands he told All of the Fed just so just a few of your may fan of baseball contract. And if two or three signed outfielder that I would have Been a success and he said I suggest to you that if you don't make gets God just make it and I suggested to go back home if you haven't finished school you know. Go Back to school and get your job and said if you get a job and take care of your family you and what they were called Major League of life and he said that is minimal. People into in the major league of life Just not working a chicken education and working a job then the major league baseball lastly the The fact that I was used to that degree And at You know brought Speeches Hawk and baseball career. Leo I WanNa thank you for sharing your time sharing your career and sharing your life with us. It's been very inspirational and of course the Negro Leagues are something that A very important part not only of our entire sports culture in this country but particularly in the history of baseball. I WanNa thank you for your time. Sir. Take Care Chiasso Leo Westbrook with us again former Negro League pitcher he pitch for the Memphis red sox also the Raleigh Tigers Lexington Indians and also the Indianapolis Count Clowns and after. His career was over with he also worked Booking artists appearances and part of the people that he worked with or one of them was Berry Gordy so he was involved with music as well. We continue across the country and around the world. It's good to have you with us on America's sports talk show remember in the beginning when you first started to build a life for you and your family. You never imagined it would come to this instead of living your dreams. You're living with debt in fact it's smothering you now. 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Pitcher pitched for the Memphis red SOx Raleigh Tigers Lexington Indians and also the Indianapolis clowns and he had some very interesting stories as you heard from him about his time with the Lexington Indians. And again if you're ever in the Kansas City area make a point to stop five the Negro League Baseball Museum the President also League historian Bob Kendrick was with us and also as you make your way into the stadium. That's in the Museum. You'd gaze through a window at the centerpiece of the exhibit which is known as the field of hang around. We've got more coming your way as we continue on America's sports talk show freaks of speed and motor heads. It's Kennedy Sergeant. Would speed freaks be sure to catch crash Gladys Statman and yours? Truly every Sunday night seven tonight Pacific. Ten Midnight Eastern. That's right speed freaks on the sports byline radio network. You're listening to the sports you're listening to the Hartman News. 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He was nicknamed the Bayonne Leader for obvious reasons because he was out of New Jersey. Any blend ally former professional boxer who boxed for fifteen years and he was the inspiration for Sylvester Stallone's rocky movies. He had a record of five wins. Fourteen losses and two draws reportedly eight of those losses came during fights because and in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy five he knocked down the champ. Mohammed Ali in the ninth round with a right hand that landed underneath. Ali's hard now. I'll lay claim that wepener was standing on his foot so we will talk to him about that and after weapons third marriage. Ali sent him a picture of himself with the inscription. Chuck Linda Good Luck to my dear friends love Mohammed Ali. After me there will never be another. Get off my foot and then you know that I love good sports books and I get a lot of 'em across my desk and I read a lot of them. Believe it or not but I always liked talking to the authors and John Florio Has COME OUT WITH A book? It's called one nation under baseball. How the nineteen sixties collided with the National Pastime and this book highlights the intersection between American society. America's pastime during the nineteen sixties when the hallmarks of the sport fairness competition and mythology. All came under scrutiny. The book also examines the events of the air that reshaped the game the Colfax and drysdale million dollar. Hold out the encroachment of television on newspaper coverage the changing perception of ball players from mythic figures to overgrown boys the arrival of the every man mets. And they're a free spirited fans and the lawsuit brought against team owners by curt flood and One Nation under baseball also brings to life the seminal figures of the air including Bob Gibson. Marvin Miller Tom seaver and young portraying their roles during a decade of flux and uncertainty. 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And this book highlights the intersection between American society and America's pastime during the nineteen sixties when the hallmarks of the sport. Baroness Competition Mythology. Came under scrutiny. Now you know I read that where you said that one of the influences in your life was being raised in flushing New York. Explain that a little bit more to me. Well you know flushing Queens back. Then was an interesting Kind of area. It was a very insulated area and it was. It was one of those those towns. It was a suburb kind of new suburb. Really kind of blossomed with the world's fair coming into town so it was a lot of young people. A Lotta people my h hanging out so even as a as a teenager you know there was always big groups of guys parties hanging out but when I was younger the way it relates to this book is that I was a baseball fan in the sixties. I was just a kid and the sixty nine. Mets won that year and the whole town was going crazy. I mean that was really a miracle year for listeners. Who weren't around back then in nineteen sixty nine. Mets were really truly an amazing story. I however was a Yankee Fan so for me. That was not the greatest moment of my life. Because you know at that point you know when you're like seven or eight years old you you're either Yankee Fan. And you hate the mets or mets fan and you hate the Yankees so I was actually rooting against the mets and sixty nine. I'm sorry to say because now that I look back and we do some research on that team we do quite a bit of talking about the sixty nine mets in the book. I realized what like a great story it was and and what underdogs they were. I wish I could go back. I'd love to root for the underdog you know when I read the title of the Book and I thought about the second part of that How the nineteen sixties collided with the National Pastime? When I think about baseball and I think about all the different decades. You're absolutely right. The sixties probably more than any other decade. That was the case You think about the fifties and Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier but if you take the totality of the entire nineteen sixties it was a dynamic decade. No doubt run. You know when we have the writer of the Book Is Easy Shapiro by the way And she's fantastic and we when we were sitting down and talking about what book we were going to do. I started not with how the sixties collided with baseball. But we were interested in telling the Jim Belton story because we said you know right at the end of the sixties. Jim Belton came out with the book ball for that was that I tell all memoir that really totally inside story. There had been a couple of others but they didn't really blow the locker room door off the tinges. The Way Boughton dead. And he's telling stories about Mickey Mantle and Whitey Ford and these guys are up on the roof of the hotel of Shoreham hotel in DC. And they're they're looking into windows trying to see women on dress. I mean this was salacious stuff and we said well you know that's really an interesting story. Because at the beginning of the sixties Jim Brosnan and other pitcher had written memoir more innocuous but it was very interesting and it told the life of a pitcher going through a very long season. He said I drank Martini. And you know major. League baseball was going crazy that he admitted he had had a Martini. And over the course of ten years we got Jim Bowden. We said well what happened in the decade. Well you start with Brosnan you go through new journalism. There was some newspaper strikes. You go through the phase of New Journalism Gay Talese Tom. Wolfe in all of these guys. And what are you come out with you? Come out with Jim Belton. So we're thinking well. This is a great story. But as we're thinking about it we said well you. That's not the only thing that happened in the sixties. We just started at one point and you ended in another I mean. The the league unionized in the sixties. Right you start out. Was the reserve clause where players were slaves. They're there to do. You can never nowadays. You're not a slave. Your contract runs out. You go to a different team. You make a lot of money back then you will be holding a team. If you didn't WanNa play for that team you weren't GonNa play baseball at all and then by the end of the decade this free agency just about around the corner but the players Associated Association has unionized. Then we started thinking about race. Well you know. Yeah Jackie Robinson integrated game at forty seven but in sixty one teams were going down to the South. They would still. There was still segregation in Florida. The black players like Hank Aaron Bob Gibson. They weren't allowed to stay with their team and sixty one. And then by seventy one. You've got an the Pittsburgh pirates fielding an all minority lineup nine minority players on one lineup. So mean all of those changes came and you would think it hit us right. You know instantly. Hey let's do a book on the Sixties but then we were thinking well which one of these three things do. We WanNa do that. We WanNa do out and we wanted to raise we WANNA do unionization and then we realized wait a minute. This story is about the sixties. The hero of this story is not one person here on this story. The person where tracking is is a is a calendar page and we went through the decades. You know showing how walls came crumbling down on many different fronts. John let me clarify something I might have said. I alluded to the fact about Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier in the fifties. But actually it was in the forties as. Well let's talk about what was going on in the sixties outside of sports in baseball. Okay well I mean you know. You're talking about first of all the assassinations right. I mean that's the first thing that I think of. When I think of the sixties I think of the Kennedy assassination and I think of the Martin Luther King assassination and of course Robert Kennedy as well so there were three big Assassinations that happen. But you're also talking about the Vietnam War right. You're talking about the draft. You're talking about You know the Nixon Kennedy debates which were the first on TV so you have the advent of television which changed sports journalism but it. But we're talking about outside the baseball you know. It changed the culture. The American culture. It changed the American living room because she went from radio To TV baseball fans went from going to the park to see the game to staying at home and watching it so these changes that were happening happened through all of society and of course what we try to address how they affected baseball or in some cases how baseball affected society. How did it change the game to any degree? The changes in well. I think the biggest change really Is unionization of the game. I mean the game. We know today with baseball players. Making millions and millions of dollars Going from team to team and I'm saying that in a way I don't mean that this is a negative thing but the way we know the game and the way the game was at the beginning of the sixties really changed because of the Players Union and Marvin Miller starting a taking over the players association in the mid sixties. So that's when it went from really an owner run game too. I dare say a player run game now but at least players have their own you know have their union and they can They have their. They have an equal footing the owners. But that's the biggest. I think changed had the longest lasting effect. And how did the unionisation come around? Well that's you know a reflection of society as well because it sooner or later the game was going to get unionized. I mean you know. The unions were forming and Hollywood unions. Strikes were happening. We cover the the The New York newspaper Strike In the book but there are other sit INS and strikes. And people workers people students citizens becoming more vocal. It only makes sense that sooner or later the players were going to start becoming more vocal and standing up for themselves. But of course it will happen in the sixties because that's when this was on the public consciousness they talk about the MESSERSCHMITT decision. That was very important of course with free agency and everything but in about two minutes before we have to go to a break I really thought the curt flood Story is really one of the key key moments in the change in baseball. Sure well. That's really the same when we talk about unionization and the the control going to the players that really comes back to the flood. Keisha you know. Marvin Miller took over the players association. And here's curt flood saying well. I don't WanNa be traded to another team. I don't want to go to Philadelphia. And he comes to. Miller says you know represent me. I don't WanNa go there. I want to challenge the reserve clause. I want to be able to say where I play. And that's not case in Miller said look you're gonNA lose but what you do. They pave the way for the future. And that's what it ended up They went from playing like slaves to playing us. Free people I mean. That's his famous quote right. I somebody how cosell asked him. Howard cosell said you know you make a million dollars or whatever he he didn't make a million dollars. Maybe one hundred thousand dollars a year and flood said well you know. A well-paid slave is is a slave nonetheless. You know in about a minute before we break here why do you think curt flood sacrificed himself? Well I think it was a couple of. I think it took a certain person was going to do that. I think it's a I was going to take a black player. Who you know because they had they had suffered so many indignity is that one who at that time in the late sixties when race was when civil rights issue and players. Were starting to stand up for themselves and it took somebody at the back end of their career. Curt flood was really on the foreign because his career and so he wasn't risking his entire future by challenging baseball he was risking like a year or two perhaps playing but he was really at the far end so it was. It was the right guy with the right personality at the right time and a guy who was pissed off enough to do something about it. This is a fascinating book. And I hope you'll check it out because it will give you insight beyond the playing field it'll give you insight into society and the Culture. We happen to live in back in the sixties and how baseball kind of intersected with that culture at that particular time we continue across the country and around the world. John Florio is with us as we move along here on sports byline. It has been said that everyone has a book them. But you have the time or the ability to write your book. Maybe you picked up some skills or head. Alight experience that you want to pass on in the form of a book to help others. Maybe you WANNA leave autobiography for your family. Or maybe you've built a successful business and you want to share your story at Dorrance Publishing Company. We HAVE PROFESSIONAL WRITERS. Who can help? 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Which includes Bob Gibson Marvin Miller Tom? Seaver and Dick. Young portrays their roles during a decade of flux and uncertainty. Give me a little more information about how they factored into this. Well you mentioned there were what sticky on and he was a really interesting character because he was kind of the the old school in that he was from the Jimmy Cannon back in fifty s Jimmy Cannon would come and he was a sports writer and he had a lot of power because he wrote these Inciteful pieces about Players but he also had a way of mythology ising players you know like Mantle and Dimaggio. These guys were kings. Dick Young was from his school. He was a a for lack of a lack of a better expression. Let's say a blue collar writer for blue-collar New York and he was covering the players and telling more about their lives now he wasn't really Not He was still a mythology builder but he was starting to get into More than just the game. You know one of the things that was happening newspapers back. Then would you started having morning editions and afternoon editions. So the morning edition guys would cover the scores and the afternoon addition needed. Something else to write about because the scores already covered. Well Dick Young kind of was the Passed the baton from Jimmy Cannon. To a group of sports writers called the chipmunks. No that's an informal name. But these guys like Phil Peppy Stan Isaacs those are the guys who were the afternoon writers who really started writing more about the personal lives of the players. This is something that never really came out before if you were a fan in the sixties to find out what these guys were doing at home To find out things that were happening off the field but they were looking for stories they needed to fill the paper and that of course Really paved the way for Jim down to come along and start telling stuff that's what's happening off the field but it was stuff that was a little more You see so to speak. You know it wasn't. It wasn't as harmless what those guys were writing but what is interesting about is that what made you think. Young and interesting character is he was kind of in my mind. The the pivot from one to the other you know he kind of took the baton Jimmy Cannon and passed it off to the chipmunks. I don't know if he weren't there Whether or not that that move would have been made smoothly. One of the things I like about this book is. It's not only about things serious but also it has some very very funny stories and I've always said I think baseball more than any other sport lends itself to Great Sports Stories and one of the examples you have is about the nineteen sixty five world series and about Sandy Koufax. I'll let you tell story. Well Colfax the interesting thing about that story with Colfax is that he didn't WanNa Pitch. Because it was Yom Kippur. So he sent him not going to pitch in the world series because it's a holiday and he was Jewish but he was not a really religious guy He he just felt. I don't pitch on Yom Kippur so one of the things. We talked about in the book which is not the story. I'm sure you're referring to but is that to this day rabbis. We interviewed rabbis for the book and they sent to this day. Children come in when they're getting by Mitch fit or botnets fit and they say that one of the most important Jewish role models. They have in life one of the top. Three people are Santa Colfax to this day and he had no idea of the statements. He was making and tire community when he said. I'm not gonNA pitch on Yom Kippur. So that really had lasting effect on society in Jewish Society but he didn't pitch so don Drysdale took the ball that day and he goes out and he gets shellacked. So we'll allston comes out so the mounts take non drysdale out because he's not getting hit and because he's getting hit and Drysdale look sediments says I bet right now wish. I was Jewish to any other stories in this book. That kind of leave you chuckling today even when you think about them well. I kind of dumb. But I'll tell you one story that I was thinking about before when we were talking about Dick Young Is that there was a writer. Joe Trembled. Who is sports beat writer? Who was covering the World Series when Don Larsen fifty six when Don Larsen throws the perfect game and he's got to get a story out right away? This is one that would just the morning writers. We spoke about morning afternoon writers. But he's got to get something right away because it's going to be in the morning edition the next morning edition. And he's stumped. He's looking at it. He's got a deadline. The clock is ticking and somebody just pitched a perfect game in the world series. This is an unbelievably big moment. That was handed to him and he froze and he couldn't come up with anything and he turns to somebody and he says get me. Dick Young young comes over. This young was not a veteran at this point but he was like a cool customer and tremble. Sentiment says I I'm stuck so the youngsters are typewriter sits down and he hammers out one cents and when Trimble looks at the sentence he says okay. I got it from here. Don't worry your your work here is done and the sentence done Dick. Young hammered out and that typewriter was today. The imperfect man pitched a perfect game and that was the line that's set tremble tremble on a lot of words for that story and young never said anything in fact when it was Dick Young's trembled was retiring. Kyung was there trembled. Says you know I have to admit something that I never admitted to anybody else. And he tells the story. I've won many awards for this particular. Gave me the first line he said? But I've never told anybody that's story and what makes me What makes me Love Vic Young? So much is that he never told anybody that story either. I'm also interested in the integration of baseball because I was a youngster growing up in Washington. Dc and Calvin Griffith was the owner of the Washington senators at that time and He was not a very tolerant or open minded man and there were a lot of owners that were like that so as the integration of baseball came along I think they went kicking and screaming some of those owners in baseball. Well you mentioned Calvin Griffith. I mean he moved the senators to Minnesota. They became the Minnesota twins but the reason that he moved them out there because he wanted to move. The demographics were wider so he took his team. He just upped and left What's interesting in the book is that we talk about in nineteen sixty six how the Milwaukee braves came to Atlanta because entry young and others Atlanta civil rights leaders and the mayor of Atlanta Ivan Allen. We're trying to build an integrated city from the top down. And they said well. We need to legitimize. This is a baseball team and stadium. Because that's when you really on the map and they had to woo Hank Aaron and the braves to Atlanta and iron was didn't want anything to do with the south. He had grown up in the sally at suffered enough as as a black man in the south but he came and that ended up really legitimizing the the city. And what's interesting is that now this this season Atlanta is moving out of that stadium. And they're moving to a white suburb but COBB county. I'm I'm not saying it's for the same reasons as Calvin Griffith. I mean. I'm not accusing anybody of anything. But it is interesting that the very reason. The team came there in nineteen sixty six. I guess those reasons don't matter as much anymore or maybe time has passed but for whatever reason they're now moving out to Cobb county so whatever. Edry young had done is kind of being raised. Now we have a little bit over. Two minutes. Left at the issue of race also touched other sports as well such as football because the Washington redskins were described as having the team colors of Burgundy gold and Caucasian. And I think about the issue even today about the use of the word redskins and I just shake my head. Well Yeah I mean and also now rob. Manfred just came out. I think it was last night was talking about the The Cleveland Indians Insignia to the the has the native American there. But it's the it's a very stereotypical image. I forget what they call it. They have a name for it. Well let me interject. Let me interject this. I had a discussion about the this sort of thing on the show one night and a woman called me from Milwaukee and she said I'm part native American and she said I just want everybody to know. How do I describe to my daughter that we don't look like the Cleveland Indians Character? Right exactly exactly right and yet you know there's still there's still a struggle over it so all these years later that's one of the interest. I have to say. That was one of the most interesting things about researching and writing. This book is how many of the issues we were talking about. Atlanta coming into building their stadium. But there's so many issues even with riot race and civil rights that are still around today. It's amazing to read what was going on in the sixties and to see so many of the same things popping up now. It doesn't feel. It felt very topical even though we were writing something that was fifty years old and we only have a minute left. But what do you want people to take away from this book John? Well I think that There's a lot of people in that book that deserve a lot more credit than they ever got. I think Marvin Miller certainly belongs in the hall of fame. He he turned the game on its ear and I don't think he ever got the recognition he deserved. And I think guy like Jim Belton who came along and wrote what is now that the New York Public Library calls one of the one hundred greatest books of the twentieth century most influential books of the twentieth century. It's still Ostracized some degree for Major League Baseball for writing this book fifty years ago but look at what he paid for other people so I think a lot of things that went on in the sixties and the people in the characters involved people today fans today don't realize that what they're looking at as a result of the the the stands that people like curt flood took and the risks that Jim Belton took in the heart sweat that Marvin Miller put into the game. This is the fruits of their labor. What we're watching now John. Congratulations to you. And it's an outstanding book. I'm looking forward to reading it from cover to cover because I know your work and and this is just another aspect of it and it's just an outstanding book. Thanks a lot for joining us. John Florio with us John Florio with US and The name of the book is called. One Nation under baseball out the nineteen sixties collided with the national pastime. I urge you to read and check this book out. 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Just twenty four ninety nine plus double over awards points which means you'll get your next reward even faster o. Reilly AUTO PARTS BETTER PARTS. Better prices every day parts. This is America's sports talk show sports byline USA. Here's Rhonda Chuck Wepener joins US on Sports. Byline the former professional boxer who boxed professionally for fifteen years and he was the inspiration for Silvester stallone rocky movies. He had a pro record of thirty five wins. Fourteen losses and two draws and reportedly eight of those losses came during fights because of cuts in one thousand nine hundred seventy five. He knocked down the champ. Mohammed Ali in the ninth round with a right hand that landed right underneath. Ali's heart and his life and his career is now immortalized in the movie. Chuck with live Schreiber playing chuck. And you know with this movie coming out about your life in your career chuck. Did you finally say to yourself? It's about time something about I would launch. Well on the forty eight you know I. I've held a job the same job for fifty years in February. I worked in the liquor industry and I was anxious about getting this idea. I worked talk for and I had to be ranked dates in the world and I was on nine winning streets and When I finally got to train full time. 'cause that's the only fight my whole career avid trained full-time because they have to run in the morning or goals a and then go to. Jim Night a lot of times either not much but the don kings sent me up the camp. I spent seven weeks up there. I got great shape and I. I gave volley You can handle you know. He was still too great for me but I gave my shop. Tell me a little bit about Bayonne New Jersey. Well it's blue collar town. We have about sixty two thousand people living here Right now I've lived here my whole life. I came here when I was a year and a half old with my mother and my brother who is a year younger than me and We live with my grandmother. Who Says Superintendent of the building on Twenty Eighth Street and we say you you know a great town? It's good people and take take me. You know one way I mean The town works haunted the Blue Collar Town. And that's the way. I thought I would never great. I'd just a pretty tough guy who can take a punch and I was only done at one time. When Ali in the Fifteenth Round and You know that's the only time I was down. And unfortunately fortunately they stop to fight with nineteen secs go but you know. I gave my shot and he was so you just came off the knockout of George Foreman. He was telling great fighter. What was the appeal of boxing to you? Chuck you make some money and I was. I was working two and three jobs. Most of my life and it It was a chance to to make some extra money to begin an answer when the golden gloves in New York Madison Square Garden. Matter of fact I was the only man Saturday Jersey ever to win that title. And since then to no one's ever wanted kept me in the heavyweight division and that was a white commodity to be honest with you you know they division was mostly black And that's a great fight. He's and that's one of the reasons they gave him a shot at Eilly. 'cause I was Kinda world and a fight to fight for the title but because I was a white guy and a division that was ruled by most of the Black Guy. You know I have a friend of mine who. I'm sure you recognize the name Barry Tompkins. Who does play by play on boxing for HBO Showtime as well? And I was having a having a chat with him. And I think it really sums up boxing. He said at a heavyweight championship fight. It's one of the truly great sporting events because it's only place you can be there and see a pimp sitting next to a preacher. It's it can think about it. He's probably right to get all different cross. Sections of people air and It is a one on one sport and I think that's what draws people so he's not defend that depend out four other guys or ten of the guys. I can put all the chips you your opponent to now and I think that's why people like it chuck also when you think back you know. All boxes like the fight in their hometown but you know Bayonne New Jersey and everything smaller atmosphere. What was that club like atmosphere fighting in one those fights in Bayonne New Jersey? Like tell me about the crowd tell me about the atmosphere Alec Crowds Naturally Oil for you. You know your home town and They own a lot of good fighters through the couple of low rank. Lightweights a couple of middle weight that were ranked and Durant though and Jimmy Soda We've got some good on when you fall down my face. I sold out every twenty four locally so it was great that crap behind you one hundred percent. Tell me and everybody else how. The nickname leader came about studying listed in Jersey City and Let's go let's talk and sprayed blood all over the The Guy was sitting near the press and everything as ringside and Rosey Rosenberg the editor of the time. So Jesus blood all be calmer kinda bail leader and that's how I got the next thing you were nine hundred seventy five taking on Mohammed Ali. Tell me how that fight was made. I was We took on Canada's got promoted and I was climbing up the ranks because I had one sit around and there was a guy terrible Terry. Heiki out Salt Lake City. Utah another white guy and To be out there looking for a white guy fight the champion George Foreman and won't be old high. I go out to salt. Utah KNOCKED OUT. Eleven grant down seven times and higher my shot at the time again. George Foreman three weeks later former fights Ali in Zaire and He gets knocked out. He knocked him out so Jon case it to me. I promise you shot at the titles. You're GONNA fight Ali. I believe by three months and a day later it broken in the New York News and all the papers and Out that I was getting shot title. You know you mentioned that. Fight one fifteen rounds and now. He was in his prime at that particular time. And that's impressive. Say that you went fifteen rounds with Mohammed Ali. Tell me about how that fight developed as you went along. What was it that you did? What did you see in 'em why were you able to go the distance with him and in a sense well the reason? I think the big responses against the train full time the only time in my whole career. I got to train time so I was ready for him. He might look past me a little bit. He just came out to knock on a knockout as good form and and I thought he I thought he thought he was. Cut Me up and they stop it early but I dated didn't stop it. I got a couple of seven CICCIO. Total which is I used to get that on a weekend on our guys you know. So those cuts it bother me. I kept coming Adam and we were trying to wear him down. Get him into the lead rounds of maybe a chance to knock him out but he was still too great for me was a great pre one of my all time favorites and I got to know him better and I I got to look. The guy was just shoot up in. Kentucky the myself and about seven other guys of four sent them all to having a one time and we were out. We rounded to be up to after that fight. What type of respect What was your life like that because I mean I remember seeing that fight and I know everybody was impressed with what you had been able to do with Ali. You know by my my life really turned around not only the fight came all but the IAEA later so that's the Salon wrote the movie rocky and said that I was the inspiration and now I'm fifty Ravanelli. The what are the Academy Awards for Best Picture and my Wi- my life on a little crazy and I went a little crazy hannity for about four and a half five years and got involved Kane and partying the room. My marriage and I guess I thought I can handle that but I couldn't send thirty years later. Turned it all around and they're making a movie about me and I'm very fortunate I. I'm really blessed. You know. I've always found the boxing game to be fascinating particularly when you were in that game back in the seventies and the eighties as well. Can you give some insight as to what the game was like? Because we've always known about you know about the managers and about everything and rock about the the fighters that lose all the money that they made or they didn't make any money at all. What was the game like? They're not I will never made a lot of money. Yeah that's why I always held a job and box. The hundred thousand dollars for the fight imagine gets a third. He's training attempt to Santa Government. Takes Twenty five thirty percent so you don't really wind up with much but in that era People say the greatest here for the heavyweight division history we have myself Holly Flaumingh phrase that no one listened. Terrell I mean anyone these guys could have been a champion of the world and it was a tough division. Nowadays they've got to. They've got a couple of good fighters but they're not for me as safe and that era. Though my era we had could be added to ten guys from the I take a great division. You know one of the things I do know about you. As you've already alluded to is that after that fight you did have some problems dealing with all of that. You went to prison for a short period of time but it was your wife. Linda that really brought you back to Earth almost in a sense tell me a little bit about her and how that worked out Alex. Linda was a hot ten twenty four years and Anthrax came home from vacation as I call it too. Because it's not really that bad if you go to prison. You're a tough guy. Nobody bothered you. How is it top cat and It time time wouldn't that bit is the corrections officers were respectful and avoid respectful. And I don't know if you saw the movie but still own actually came to know the State Prison in film the movie laptop there while I was in and I got to see him It was it was a different era than you know what I mean. People had a lot more respect. Now what happened here? There was a bombing name. I mean what is going on in this world. I mean you know I. It's it's shameful but it was a different era in that time. You know there was some guys around the mob connected is at all but I never got five with that the two. I didn't like those people very much but I think come in contact with him after I retired and it was. It was a great era. Here is not compared to now. That's for sure. Schreiber is going to be playing you in that movie or has played you and I'm just wondering I love him on television and I love the series that he's been doing on television as well. Tell me Ray Donovan yes. Tell me a little bit about your interaction with him. Well first time we met they. They told me over the phone My producer my head produced a Called me up and he said to me. Chuck where we're for interviews the most people and we've got another script because he turned down three of them and the actors that take pick tie. I wasn't crazy if that we turned out about three or four. And Anyway I got a call and They have we. We've got a guy that's willing to play a lot to try and I said leave tribe. Are you kidding me? The guy is great. I mean I'm still. I'm in the ALLMAN. I saw him in the Manchurian candidate over even wanted so he was he was just the kind of guy I figured complaining. He looks like a rough and tumble guy. And I was thrilled to death. And they brought them on and we met met over his apartment and We sat and talked to them. We went out together. We talk and Told my all of my producers will be about five or six of them but Mike told him was the head guy of course and I said to Mike. You got the right guy. Stick with them and Let's count for this movie. We only have a minute left. But what were you like people to take away from this movie? Chuck I like people. Stay away the fact that hey even though you get knocked down. I got knocked down. You know I I guess jail and everything but even though you get back down you get up and you can go forward and you can. You can turn your life around. That's what I did. What is that moment in your career? Chuck that is kind of ingrained on your mind. Makes you smile that you'll never ever forget ever climbing to rain that night Cleveland. We'll talk across the ring. 'cause I was always afraid someone happened to leave because her Saturday and it was a lay the announcement saying it's going on that cornices and we would get rid of that was just throwing my life. I couldn't wait to sought. Are you happy with the way the movie came out? Yes I am very happy They could have been a little kind to me but you know what they told the truth. L. Knows what would happen to me if I didn't get jammed up and You know that that. Turn my life around Linda right here in the matter of fact just may Jennifer. It's while I was writing a while. I was cleaning. I T shirt Italian princess Shock I wanNA thank you very much for your time. You've always been very gracious to me here at Sports byline take care. And congratulations on the movie. Thank you very much. How did I say Chuck Wepener with US again? They called him the Bayonne leader and he really took it to Ali. It went fifteen rounds He finally lost the fight but he knocked Ali. Down in the ninth round. 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Four seven hundred seventy one thirteen lot worldwide sports byline us. And here's host Ron and good to have you along the right here on sports byline. I think you're gonNA find this our very very insightful and interesting one of the things I've tried to do with sports byline over. The years is to look at stories that are off the beaten path when it comes to sports give you some insight one of the segments we have on Fridays on sports. Byline with Roy. Eisenhart is inside angle in which we look at some of the issues in sports not from the traditional way but from a different perspective it may be illegal way it may be an educational way it may be a syam away and I. We've gotten a lot of response than that and I love to do stories like that because yeah you can do the interview with the mainstream athlete. But there's also a lot of things that you can do with athletes that are probably not well known that. I think he'll say Gee. I did not know that the other thing I loved to do is to watch documentaries. I mean Ken. Burns certainly did a great documentary on Jack Johnson. He did a great documentary on baseball as well. And I came across a documentary. That was on showtime and it's outstanding documentary called prison fighters five rounds to freedom and this was about prison fights the take place in Thailand and if you get through the whole gamut of fights and you win the last fight then you are released from prison no matter what the crime was and of course. There's a lot of things that go along with that whole atmosphere such as the atmosphere at the fight the notoriety but prisons or like in Thailand. And then what about the family of the victim if you happen to kill somebody but yet that person by fighting ends up getting out of prison a fascinating documentary and mark? Kriegel is the author of that critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller. Nemeth pistol a life of Pete Maher Vich and the good son. The life of Ray Boom Boom Manzini. He's done all of those and he's been part of the Emmy winning teams for the NFL network and also showtimes outstanding documentary series as well and again. If you have a chance to check out this documentary on showtime it's called prison fighters five rounds the freedom and then right after that a fine author is going to be joining US Rob Garret. The mariners professor of English and humanities at the University of puget sound is baseball articles appeared in nine also sabre bio project. And he's written an interesting Book called Home Team. The turbulent history of the San Francisco giants I think Whether you're a giants fan or not you're going to find this inciteful again from a emeritus professor of English and Humanities Rob Garrett so we're ready to go good to have you along for the ride here on sports byline a little story about Bruce Smuggled Davis I am feeling pain. What your dog died. Your girlfriend left. 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Mark Kriegel joins on sports byline. He is the author of critically acclaimed New York Times Bestsellers. Nemeth pistol the life of Pete Muravich and the good son the life of Ray Boom Boom Mancini and he has been a part of Emmy winning teams for the NFL network and also showtimes outstanding documentary series and he is the writer for another showtime outstanding sports documentary called prison. Finders five rounds to freedom bark? This story is so out of the norm of what we think of when it comes to crime punishment and release. Tell us the story behind this extraordinary documentary. There is a free lance Shooter Producer Director. I seem once every once in a while guys name. Is Michael Brown? Young Kid play football. Kansas and I'd see him Doing something for the NFL network. On say I ran into him doing a piece on Shane. Ray and he's a devout Christian played briefly for Kansas opposite The cornerback keep delete. Receiver ran a four to forty not great hands but He was knowing about wondering. What's the best story I can find any came up with this prison? Fight tip and he went back and forth for a period of promptly about A year or two to Thailand. Trying to set this thing up. You've heard that there was A system in place where inmates in Thailand could essentially fight their way free Fight their way to to parole and his instincts were really good and but he but it was sort of in the in the Netherworld of Thailand. So he himself like meeting with promoters and stay steam rooms and alleys and all sorts of stuff. Finally he he gets enough together. He comes show tar. He approaches my producer on all access. Jason Jason called me about writing and helping to produce and he gave me the pitch me too stuff. I'm looking over the material and I I knew it was but my first reaction was. I'm in and I think that What I saw initially stands the whole holds now that basically as a as a dramatic construct. It's it's like Dana White meats. Dust Oh yes. De- climb in punishment to the elements of a fight movie and a prison break movie so it's hard It's hard for right to screw that up so I I was in from the beginning. That's how that's basically how it came to pass but how it got started and we sold. It's showtime the thing that surprises me. The most is prison. Fight is not reserved for petty criminals. Actually violent criminals including those convicted of murder and sexual assault had been freed and in some cases fully absorbed their crimes through their participation in prison fights that is just the opposite of what we think. Why is it done that way constructed? That way I mean the. They're they're they're absolve some of them can get a royal pardon which actually means nuts. It's not just Europe's off your records expunged because is rather extraordinarily circumstances. The Guy we use at the center of this name was noise. Cow Pond was was essentially gang leader and Fatally stabbed someone in the neck. So you you you have. Everything is set in starkly. You're the murderer trying to go free. He's been in Five seven years but one thing to keep in mind is it's it's a different culture I don't think it's quite a different As we'd like to think I don't know I mean how old you are. But I remember in the seventies there was a guy named James Scott and he fought as a light heavyweight title as a light-heavyweight while serving time in rockaway state prison in New Jersey and ABC and NBC televised Those fights and they were very popular today. You know if you if you did it. You probably have paid. People picketing outside the prison Now he wasn't fighting explicitly for his freedom. But I'm sure fighting you know while on. Tv helped helped his cause for for parole and Neither the sanctioning bodies the networks had any problem make money off it that being said the construct is explicitly different than it is in in the United States. And you know Moi I is It's a sport. It's an art. It's it's really a way of life in Thailand in united so much of uptight culture. There's the religious images woven through it nationalistic tales But ultimately it's not a sport like baseball or soccer ultimately a combat sport is violence all the other sports metaphor so but something like Tyrolean which is hurting another guy So that ultimately begs the question again. It's difficult for a writer to screw this up. Kim violent men redeem themselves through violent acts. And I'm not sure we come to a neat A NEAT resolution of the question but It it's an interesting. It's an interesting question to pose and the story. I think it's compelling enough to keep you following throughout and it's only one fighter who ultimately gets released then after the competition. Well in our case we followed followed. One Guy. Top pond there. There are a couple of other Lives we profile. There was a guy named. Oh nickname. Oh who had been a WBZ CHAMPION? A conventional boxer and he popularized notion of prison five his famous before he went in and Entitled Talents Been Just savaged by a methamphetamine epidemic. So he he was caught with with math. He kind of intimated that the police put it there because famous whatever the case may be got sent to twenty years and because he was famous for these exhibitions while in prison he popularized this notion of prison fight. which actually goes back to the original legend of how? Moi Tai started a tie. Prince was captured in Burma. Burmese kings at fight. One of my God four one two three four five. Actually ten of them beat them. All the Burmese king said. Okay your free. So there's a sort of Liberation Theology at the At the Beginning of of all ties stuff so Nor we follow annoy through this entire process. And he's he's been in five years he has A five year old six year old son who he sees in prison we we see them. We see the kid visit for the first time since he's been two years old And it's it's an emotional really heartfelt scene and You start rooting for annoyed. And then you go into noise backstory and figure out what he's really done we only have. We got about two minutes before we have to break here. But I want to go back and get a clarification and that is as I mentioned. It's people that have done critical bad things like murder but why not the petty criminals as well what eliminates them from being able to be in this competition it? It's not just it's not just a petty criminal. I think it's it's open to anyone who can fight In general the people in Prison Matai system and we had we had a couple of penitentiaries rather extraordinary People are in prisoner in prison. Usually serious stance Many drug offenders because again society has been ravaged by Meth But there's also some violent criminals as well so you don't. You don't see that many people in for petty crimes doing long long stretches. That's that's why I in about a minute. One is the general reaction of the populace of Thailand toward this. I don't think people have much of a problem with it. There are other. Social injustice is The criminal justice system and explore this pretty explicitly in the dock starting bribery one of the reasons nor is in jail not just because he deserves it and did the crime but also his parents couldn't come up with enough money to bribe cops to make the case. Go Away now what we did along the way is you see more. 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That's eight hundred five eight four twenty five nineteen. This is America's sports talk show sports byline. Usa Appears Ron Bar. Mark Kriegel is with us here on sports byline. He is the writer for another Showtime Outstanding Sports Documentary. I want you to check this out on showtime and certainly on demand it's called present fighters five rounds to freedom. I'm sure mark when you go into a project you think about it. You kind of wonder which way it's going to be. Maybe you have access to the direction it's going to go. What were the surprises here for you on this project? I think that the surprises but few one was. I mean dealing with the bureaucracy. The prison bureaucracy was was difficult and somewhat arbitrary. I was surprised once we were in the prison How much work. We were giving them the place how much you're thirty. The guards had Without any guns or they were outnumbered they had you know batons rake during the shoot. Have a rather elaborate lunch with the warden The pace of the bedding in the Big Moi ties stadiums in Bangkok the frenetic quality to it. The the the bets changing the odds changing between rounds guys shouting the odds that shocked me somewhat also and I think that this is really important to understand. It's it's the national pastime. It's like baseball but again it's not like baseball because it's violence And it's but it's held sacred in this society. What you have. It's not just you know guys and and women to fighting their way out of prison. They have produced some Olympic champions from this system. But you have kids. Who are eleven twelve thirteen fifteen years old? Who were put out by their families to fight for money in the big stadiums in Bangkok local places in the countryside. It's an accepted way of life. It's central to the to the Thai condition In in the way of way of thinking about not just sport but about things things that are tied and ultimately what your that you pose in I guess in a more existential sentences you know at what point does does victory become virtue and what price. It's not just you know again. It's not just any victory. It's a violent. Also I WANNA ask you about the atmosphere at a fight at one of these fights and I'm assuming that someone who is successful in this sport It becomes somebody of stature in prison and my correct about that. It's it's the way to go in prison The it's an incredible spectacle to see the fights in one of these stadiums and again I'm taking the bedding And and the guys holding cell phone taking bets for guys who are not on site. It's it's just I I I have to see it. It would imprison the the fighters are very incentivized to join a multi unit where they can enter the prison program. Many of them will pros before or a trained in way tied. Before before incarceration. But if you're a normal type prisoner you have a cell. I don't know twenty by thirty. Maybe maybe less eighteen by thirty and about sixteen sixty guys in their fifty to sixty one little hole one of the room. The bathroom If you're in the multi unit and you're training guys all day long you're maybe Twenty to twenty five in these dormitories shells. So you know you're like spooning the guy next to you So that that's it makes a huge. That that's a much lighter burden right there You'd better food higher protein content. So if you're in the multi unit basically do is train all day. You don't have another job that is you guys your job The other thing that struck me was there's a whole class of foreign of expatriate foreign fighters who come to Thailand from. I Dunno Marseille from. We had a kid from Wichita Kansas. Who go there to find themselves to train. In our case the fight was noise against an American so we had a character who could go against noise and translate everything into you know a American vernacular and he'd adopted all sorts of Buddhist ways of looking at the world and again he was engaged in his final combat and he said something. I stayed with me if noise killed somebody. He's he's fighting for his freedom. I can't let this be easing him. And you know the the American kid. His name is cody. He's from Wichita. Kansas I thought that he was enormously articulate and compelling As a former school up pu found his way to Thailand. Found something himself Because he has to put on display in this climactic fight scene knowing that so much is at stake in a fight. Like this and I'm not going to give away how that fight ends. Because he did go up against the American cody moberly In the in the final fight those that lose and do not get their freedom. What effect does it have on them? Did you witness anything along that line? Mark basically going to the back of the line as far as your if you win so many fights Getting enough publicity very conscious of the wardens a very conscious to bureaucratic very conscious of how this reflects on the prison. Does this bring glory to the prison? Bring Glory to the Morton's And strangers that may sound. I I have no. I have no doubt that in American Beer Prison Bureau Cracking Jersey focusing. I'm worried about James. Scott I'm the nineteen seventy it's just the parameters of the equation weren't made as explicit so that's basically what I got. You know also as well as I do no matter what the sport is in the world. There's a political side to it a political angle to it. I mean we've seen it in figure skating. We've seen it in boxing We've seen it in every sport that I can think of. What's the political stakes in this competition? Well I mean the political stakes is is for the prison system. To look good is what you're what you're hoping for ultimately is a royal pardon which expunges record But it's a it's a country whose it's a country struggling some good publicity especially around its criminal justice system which is based in good measure on bribery. And it's a criminal. Justice system is confronting this after death epidemic of of mass so all of that is is intensified. The Need to put on a good face. Were we've got about three minutes left and you know as you were talking and I'm thinking about this in the final analysis. I think it boils down to you. Have somebody that committed a crime. A SERIOUS CRIME. Maybe even murder. And you've got as you touched on a little bit earlier. The victim and the victim's family is doesn't strike you as somewhat unjust to have this type of competition to get your freedom just because you happen to win a sports competition. I mean I can't you know I mean but but I can see all the arguments four noise freedom when I see with his kid when I see Norway and his parents when I've seen how hard is parents work in the chicken shop. He's a basically simple virtuous people who love this on want them out and wonder what more if he's in fact reformed. What more harm to me done now. I mean I've been if you've ever done any reporting in imprisoned is usually two things are true. Anyone you interview any made you interview is charming an innocent in this case more. I really couldn't make the that he was innocent. It was again 'cause interest but he was certainly charming and good enough to make you believe that. He was if not rehabilitated. In on the way to rehabilitation. See if you look at this from a purely utilitarian point of view I god. This guy's this guy's this guy's reform and you can you can see he there. There are elements of good person. It's not until you hear the basically the testimony of the family of the guy he killed. You have to really really examine but you think about noise and you wonder is the right guy up his freedom. You not that conflicted when you hear about those stores. Because he was a famous fighter may or may not have been framed its drugs. It's not the same type of it's not the same type of prime. There's no there's no real victim you can point to and you have a crime of violence like a murder. Now you have a real you know you have a real story and story depends on two things conflict in del Mar. I've gotTA run. Both of those in abundance is a pleasure. Mark you very much mark. Kriegel with us again. The author of critically acclaimed New York Times Bestsellers Nemeth pistol. The life of Pete Maher Vich and the good son the life of Ray Boom Boom Mancini but check out this documentary from showtime. It's another in a series of outstanding documentaries. 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That's up in the Seattle area and is baseball. Articles appeared in nine and also sabre bio project. And he's written a very interesting book called home. Team the turbulent history of the San Francisco giants Rob There are thirty teams in Major League Baseball. So why did you pick the giants for this book? Well honestly when I gave up. I I'm a recovering. Irish lip professor and my last book was on the Irish novel. And I decided you know. I've long in the game and academic life. I'm GONNA write something I've always wanted to write and I started reading books about West Coast. Baseball how Major League Baseball came to the West Coast? Because I was a kid at the time I was a field fan when I was in high school and then the giants came and change that. Well I started doing reading and I found out that the storm is dominated by the dodgers in fact One book call is called. The dodgers moved west and there's a slight reference to giant somewhere about one hundred and eighty page one hundred eighty four. So I began looking into this and realize giant story had never really been told. Walter o'malley had overshadowed KARSTON A- and and La. You know the story about them getting settled and so I began doing my research Started interviewing my first interview was Monte Irvin. Who taught about the New York years and then I I just began working. It took six years to get book ready to go I did a lot of interviewing a lot of research but I wanted the giants story sort of brought out and told because they they are very important. Part of a great chapter in making the national game truly national geographically. So you grew up in the San Francisco area. Then I get it. I went to high school in San Mateo. I was born and raised in San Francisco. My parents down the peninsula when I was about twelve and When the giants came I was so. Let's see I would have been a junior in high school? I remember the parade and then I became of course the giants Fan Followed them for years. I asked that question because I came to San Francisco in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven and the one thing I knew about the city has had a very rich tradition when it came to baseball. Not Major League Baseball because as you pointed out they moved out from the East Coast. But can you talk a little bit about what baseball was like in San Francisco as you were growing up? Well we were When you look back at the old PCL which was the game we knew kids and also my parents and my grandparents my my first professional game. My grandfather took me just feels play on and they were legendary players. Of course the Dimaggio's all places steals but they had gene would lean in Sarah Spain and the number of great players it ended up in major league baseball but oftentimes The quality of the game was so good at the PC L. That they would come back often players would be shuttled back and forth many even preferred the West Coast and the rivalries were wonderful. We had the Oakland Oaks. There was a Hollywood stars the La Angels the San Diego padres Seattle rainiers the beavers of Portland Sacramento Salons and of course the seals and of all those that I've named all the two are in the major leagues right now although cities so it was it was a great west coast rivalry and and so quality game so it was wonderful. You mentioned that in nineteen fifty seven Horace Stoneham brought the giants out of New York and San Francisco. Tell me a little bit about him. And how that transaction took place. Well you know he was the guy who was shy and reticent Many many people who talk about horror still in immediately talked about his drinking but he was of course a man of his time. If you want it to look at owners who drank you you'd have the lineup. Pretty much all major league baseball but he was an incredible person with his teams and in the loyalty he had to His players was something of Legend I had the Privilege and opportunity to interview both willing to cover him Willie mays and that's one of the first things. They brought up about stone loyalty to players He was also a pioneer on ways. That baseball I believe is not giving him credit. He really broke baseball second color barrier when he got all the Latinos it was it was really the giants to broaden the Great Latinos of the late fifties and early sixties and. He did another thing. He made the game global by bringing the first Japanese player ever to play in the major lakes but must county so are in addition to signing many African American players in the late forties He was you know the second play of the second team besides Brooklyn internationally to bring African American players. He was visionary in an open to the game in many many ways and of course is gay. Gig great contribution is to bring a West Coast to get major league to West Coast Baseball. So that's another thing should be given credit for the I was just going to ask you. Is he a contemporary to the pioneer branch? Rickey with what he did with Jackie Robinson is he considered in that same light. Well no he's not. That's that's kind of the problem stone sort of in the shadows and although he doesn't get credit for the first Players of course branch Rickey You know we know about bridging Jackie Robinson but I didn't take some time to sign money urban and Hank Hank Thompson and then of course with the Latin players he was. He's truly one of the pioneer so That's a great a great moment so I think that this is another thing that he should be given credit for. You know what surprises me about that? Here's a guy that was steeped. I guess you might say in the East Coast. And yet he comes out to the West Coast and he does something like this. What was the influence while waiting so comfortable doing that? Most people Certainly when they own something like the stay with what is being done. The norm that particular time. Are you talking about location? Or are you talking about his his his visionary ideas about players his visionary idea? I'm talking about stone of himself. I think he was a guy who wanted to win and he was truly colorblind. He didn't particularly care about many owners. As you know if you're studying history baseball late forties early fifties Were were quite reluctant to Signed black players and Never Mind Latinos and Stone. Just never felt that way. He felt that he wanted the best players you could get. And he was loyal to them. Some say to a fault Wonderful stories about stolen carrying contracts that are getting for a couple of years and rewarding people with better contracts because of the year they had in this sense he wasn't a great businessman but he certainly was the player first owner. How was he received? And how was the team received in San Francisco because I understand and talking to a lot of people in those early days because of I guess as you mentioned the the PC L. League and all the great teams there. They weren't really embraced were they. Well they were. I mean everybody kind of knew the wave was here. There was a sense of course of great history with the seals but the inevitability of Major League Baseball with something was on people's minds and it was a famous writer the editor Sports Department at the San Francisco Examiner. His name is curly grieve. In fact they named the press corps have the press room after him. In chemistry he started pioneering this effort in nineteen fifty and fifty three. And the lighters were on. You know behind this And when the giants came There was quite a bit of public assignment about king the writing And it didn't take too long in terms of fans for The turnstiles to be worrying if you will But there was a little reluctant to take on a New York team. They wanted the team to be their own team and Willie mays was was in some ways. The only superstar they had and he he received the kind of mild one one writer called Reticent for Reception I would say to the team as a whole was was enthusiastically walking but I think maze because he represents a New York They they didn't have the feeling in San Francisco was we don't need New York to tell us we're we're a big league city We feel we're we're we're all right to ourselves so but nonetheless they took to to the younger players very well by the time May Put in a few years With the giants he was. He was a native son and there was no restraint anymore. They admired him as a great player. He was yeah. That's what I was talking about and talking to Willie a number of times. He told me the same thing about those early days. Rob Garret is with us. I want you to check out this book. We're GONNA make it a selection of the month on the sports byline book corner. It's called home team. The turbulent history of the San Francisco giants and I guess when we talk about turbulence. Where does that come into the history of the giants? Well on one of the problems I think with the great success of the last. You know recent seventy eight years where the giants have been on top so often And the fan base is so secure and you have three million people coming through the ballpark almost every year. Since it opened in two thousand we forget that this was a very very rough period for the giants in many many years and They almost left town not once but twice and it was very precarious and the city. Relationship between the team of the city was fragile Nineteen seventy six. When stone went basically went broke. He needed to sell the team. The only offer to get no local stepped up. Toronto came and there was a dramatic moment. When when finally Bob Lurie Steph Oregon and check the team and getting ninety two when the team was sold to the Saint Petersburg Group again? No local owners at first and eleventh hour movement giants were out of town on their way and the city was going to lose. Its baseball team. That would've McGowan. Took over in ninety. Two one of their right. You might say first. Charges was to get the new ballpark. And they they worked hard at it and once they establish that of course things changed dramatically. Yeah of course. Part of that is the fact that Bob Murray tried to get funding for a baseball park in San Francisco. A COUPLE OF TIMES. It was rejected by the voters in San Francisco. It was rejected down in San Jose as well and it finally got built a new stadium because they build it with the the money. Mcgowan group And everything and I think that's one thing's probably turned for the San Francisco giants everything garage. Everything about the west of the early just had to do with with where where the team played the There was a lot of discontent with Polo grants for for stone. Hand Phil Malley. There was a lot of discontent with With ebbets field so the promise of new new ballparks was foremost in the minds of these owners and the giants took a quick fix. They went for candlestick location. That was very very poor The ballpark was a terrible place to play baseball. And they endured for forty years and their troubles really had a lot to do with where they played once they got established at. At and T. Things just dramatically turned around for in every respect success on field. Success at the at the turnstiles The the bottom line. The stability the franchise the connection with the city fan base is just remarkable and they In in early years seventy six storm had trouble connecting with a one year. They do less than Wall five hundred thousand people can through and in seventy five most internationally. So it's pretty tough and really was tough and it was a terrible stadium. There's no doubt about it. I mean for those people around the country and around the world. Listening there is the infamous story about Stu Miller. Windy do Miller getting blown off your I. I put I put it in the book this way and of course the I talk a lot about these these sort of a baseball war I say having to do with the elements that at the park and and and the most the most famous or infamous depending on your point of view is to Miller's balk at yeah and I say you know he might still be up there in the jet stream blowing around candlestick fashion. You know it was all kinds of things. Casey single one said he saw something in his fifty. Plus years of baseball that he'd never seen before during batting practice so rogue gusts picked up the batting cages puttering around and put it on the pitcher's mound. So these are these are moments. That are pretty strange indeed. We only have a minute left rob and I'm just wondering. Is there a way you can capsulize this book? What do you think you know? The readers will take away from it or you want them to well. I hope they take away a couple of things. One is that Walter. O'malley did not lead Horse Donen by the knows how to California style at him. In fact I decided much earlier than o'malley to move and I think that's one I talked about puts to rest. The other is the importance as I said. Before about how why ballparks were so crucial the both the dodgers and the giants and how the dodgers took their time didn't rush and how the city of San Francisco was so concerned about getting the location getting started that they really put the team more in jeopardy for a good long time and I. I think that's an important point in the final point. I guess is that given the success in in the way that the ball. The team is connected with with The city recently. How fragile this turbulence the word I use the title but how fragile that was for so many years. And what a great franchise giants are today. Well I WANNA thank you for writing the book since I sit here in San Francisco and been around for a good part of their history down here and also for coming on and talking about a congratulations rob. You're welcome here anytime on Sports byline. Iran. Thanks lots a pleasure talking with you. 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Segovia says while it may take some time for his demographic to become convinced participated in elections. That doesn't mean major candidate should avoid them. According to the Pew Research Center thirty two million Latinos could be eligible to vote this fall. The report says that would be a record and would exceed the number of eligible black voters for the first time the same Pew Research Center Survey found that more than seventy percent of Latinos favored the government playing a larger role in providing healthcare. A majority also said they supported Sir took of laws Colorado's fake communities stepping up efforts to ensure that historically undercounted racial and ethnic minority Colorado's participate in the twenty twenty cents. Auxiliary Bishop Or. Hey Rodriguez with the Catholic archdiocese of Denver says all people regardless of race religion or immigration status are made in God's image and deserve to be counted. He sees participation as a moral obligation because of the impact. It will have on programs. Families rely on this. What is at the heart of the sense of? It's not about numbers is about how this numbers will help us to put in place programs. According to those numbers according to those families and children long standing and largely substantiated distrust of government remains one of the biggest barriers for participation among communities of color and faith leaders are reminding residents that all personal information collected in the census is confidential and cannot be shared with other government agencies. I'm Eric Gladys this month. The Census Bureau will send out invitation by mail to every household Colorado receives thirteen billion dollars a year in federal funding based on census numbers. This is pianists. The FDA has recently approved new heat up burn tobacco product. It's called ICU. For Sale in the US but some Kentucky Public Health officials say consumers are being left in the dark when it comes to knowing what the side effects long term health risks of the new products are Elizabeth Andersen Hoaglund of the Kentucky Department for Public Health Notes. The tobacco industry is focused on creating more high tech purported alternatives to traditional cigarettes. The more products introduced in the marketplace. The more confused the public is going to be. Because how do you keep what tobacco product is? What what the side effects are what the consequences of youth are she says low income Kentucky inns tend to disproportionately used tobacco products according the latest state data forty six percent of low income adults and forty two percent of those with less than a high school education currently smoke cigarettes. I'm Nadia Ramlogan. 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I'm Mike Clifford for public news. Service are remember. Listener supported a line at public new service DOT. Org Our of sports overnight America. It's foul territory. Jeff rich rich with you from Phoenix Arizona and we took a little bit of an extended weekend because we were having a good time with family in the city of Sin Took a trip up the other part of the state of Arizona Into Lake Havasu? We saw bridge that was originally constructed in London. We saw a power plant with the bridge. Took a bridge running over. It took longer to build than the dam dam itself and We took in some hockey and baseball in Las Vegas of all places but we are back with you tonight and ready to rock and roll. Janua time in Vegas I take it. I don't know my came back to be right here to talk about Christian. Yelich getting two hundred and fifteen million dollars. It's not gonNA equal anything for the Milwaukee brewers and that's Kinda thing about this you think that these teams that are spending nine figures on one single player that they've got world series there the one player away from the world series and they need that one player to get there and the bruise really. Just haven't been all that close one. I'm pretty sure I can do this from Vegas because I think they have like Internet there to to fifteen come back when you're three thirty two fifteen four Christian Yelich. It's the best that they're gonNA do in the thriving metropolis that is Milwaukee Charissa avert you ever heard of care sliver before watched him dropped fifty one on the ugly clad Boston Celtics at the garden on Tuesday night. No idea I wasn't even positive I was saying right. You didn't say it right. I said it that way Karras liver fifty one points. They didn't have Kyrie Irving At Boston gave the nets all kinds of business about it. They were up by thirty one point. Twenty one points seventy one to fifty and they end up losing that game in overtime We've got Tom Brady to talk about. We got a few. Nfl News and notes. The Yankees are going to be without a few players on opening day and the cubs like being in front of the microphone. Even when they're not even off the field yet she's Jen. I'm Jeff. This is foul territory on sports overnight. America you listen to sports byline broadcast network and we'll be right back. Hey travelers do you want to save money on your next flight? Then pick up the phone and call. That's right call because the best prices are not online. They're with smartfares. See smartfares has special deals with the airlines. When they have unsold seats they use smartfares to fill them. So you get airline tickets at ridiculously low prices. Our prices are too low to publish online with the extra money. You'll save you. Can Book another trip for. 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Now here's JEN and Jeff. Talk to the hand. Everybody welcome back. Gandhi is solitaire. Three on sports overnight. America you'd be listening to us on Sirius. Xm Channel Two eleven for streaming live on iheartradio and catch archive shows on iheartradio. Just search for sports overnight America and we are always streaming live at sports byline dot com and Jen. I gotTa tell you I was not expecting to talk. Brewers I was not expecting to talk Christian Yelich on this particular evening but Milwaukee's ready to cut the check used to twelve and a half million this year. Fourteen million the next. And the brewers had the option whether they were gonNA give him fifteen million or buy him out for one and a quarter million. They wiped all that clean so for the next seven years. Ker Chanel is going to get two hundred and fifteen million dollars from the Milwaukee Brewers or whoever decides fixed contract? Josh should they trade him? He's twenty eight. He's twenty eight so this is kind of a risky deal assuming that it gets done You know he's GonNa be thirty five at the end of it premiers. Kinda behind him so you're paying for what he's done for you the last couple of years rather than white. You really think he's going to do for you. This is not four hundred million. This is not three hundred million mean two hundred yards but it's only seven because the three thirty was what thirteen years? The three will the four thirty. Oh yeah the three thousand three hundred right. Yeah and what was tried truck guy like four? Something ended up being way north to over thirteen years but much much longer amount of years but to let him a million dollars is almost the norm. This is you know he played was injured last year. He still played one hundred thirty games. I thought that he missed a lot more time. But the then injury must have happened later. Do you remember. Do I remember what the injury that he had? The injury was a foul ball off his knee. Okay so probably something. That's not likely to have plaguing itself towards something or crazy surgery. You're right. He's still finished second in the. Mvp votes he still won the batting title. He wasn't National League in Batting Average. Two years in a row in fact Three Twenty Six and three twenty nine as best two seasons. And you know those Milwaukee so he was sitting to eighty two in Miami and it's funny because he was playing with Zona and Giancarlo Stanton down there but the lineup in Milwaukee little more protection around him and you know he's he's been a decent player but I don't know that I mean you could say that it was kind a no brainer for the brewers. Because they just haven't had a player to his caliber. That's made that much of a difference. But you know for the Milwaukee brewers. I'm trying to look at his game logs here. They had Brown Road Brown for awhile. And he's still around but slightly tainted tainted what counts as tainted. I mean so. You've got the runner up to yell to bellinger in the MVP battle a year ago and again in two thousand nineteen he. He didn't miss that much time to to injury. He played right on through to any play basically every day. Didn't miss didn't actually miss all that much time. At all the fall off occurred. It's hard for me to even find it. It's hard for me to even find where where he missed the just at first glance but Hundred thirty out of one hundred sixty two games. He's given Milwaukee a lot over the last two seasons. He's been on the upswing but the Milwaukee brewers themselves are not old. They're not on the doorstep. They are you know. They need to add other player. They Dad's pitching their eighty nine seventy three last year. They were only a couple of games above the the the watermark. And you know. They went to the wildcard game. 'cause 'cause they didn't win the division over the cardinals they did lose to the eventual world champions Washington nationals. And by the way we're going to WE'RE GONNA visit teams like the nationals when we get to It's been awhile since we played played a game while since our last Trivia Tuesday night excited for that of course. Am So we're talking about relocated franchises. And we're not going to do the easy wants. We're not GONNA DO IS GONNA be all I'll Cleveland of Baltimore differently in fact I've got the I've got the Trivia Tuesday script right here at Cleveland Up Baltimore and Look Rondo Miami to Baltimore. It's it's just teamwork relocation entire. It seems not just building super teams. The teams yeah no Phoenix. No no Cleveland on the list. That doesn't take Baltimore. I mean I might ask you where the Baltimore stallions ended up moving in media you will. I will give you fifty bonus points right now. If you could tell me what the Baltimore stallions played in China. We are no points and they don't matter it's kind of like whose line is it anyways right exactly like. Whose line is it anyway. The Best Games are the ones where nobody understands the scoring system bike. Whose life is it anyway. Around the Horn horse racing. Boxing soccer soccer's nobody understands the scoring system soccer or the xfl points after touch duck did not watch an extra value Too Busy Vegas ing all weekend. You can catch any of it. He's literally. Tv is plastering every wall. Well the the sports. I didn't spend much time sports. I'm trying to figure out what exactly I did. I mean we went a baseball game. Saw the Indians lose went to hockey game? Watch the home team. Leaders full athlete have seen for the first time eating. We ate a Lotta food. Lots of eating a lot of this is the first time there was more eating drinking easily easily a lot more eating than old. You had a pancake the size of your head. I'm still eating that panic and you're still taking the week. Hash House go fifteen dollar pancake. I'm eating every damn bite of that thing. So I thought that the Vegas Buffets where open twenty four seven so we're go to the carnival rolled buffet at the Rio. I was to be right about. Yeah E. You. Will you ask me if I looked it up and you know? Of course. They didn't like like most things on this particular show and we ended up playing being into something pretty nice the Hash House ago. Definitely it could fall back at at the Rio Hotel. Of course we will problems getting to the Rio. There's apparently another Rio on the in downtown Vegas off a freeman poorly planned trip. It was poorly planned trip. the NFL labor deal. I thought that it was a no brainer. That seventeen game stupid. But now you've got some of the lesser players trying to speak up because they don't have three million twitter followers and try to say you know maybe we should take a little bit more money. Maybe we should deal with this seventeenth game and you know if you're making the league. Minimum Salary is the League minimum divided by Sixteen Games. And you get a game check every week. So you are adding one sixteenth of your salary on top of the full sixteen sixteen salary and some of these guys saying maybe they'll take it so there might be some fighting in the ranks in the NFL. But this isn't affecting guys like Tom Brady. And Derrick Henry. Who are free agents? Tom Brady allegedly on the move. I'm GONNA go with. I will believe it when I see it. And it's a little bit about it and you got scores on the other side spurs big winners with a I face Leading the bench. She's Jen. I'M JEFF. It's all territory. This is sports overnight. America won't be right back. Drives wanted right center field. We are as relatives on his way to second mixed the terror. Third ex-rebel cycle for Christian. Yelich you're listening to foul territory if you or a loved. 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Eight hundred four to six to three zero one. Eight hundred four to six to three zero one. That's eight hundred four to six twenty three o one talking about the defense contributing offensively throughout tonight's game and Alex colleague ask. He gets a chance to the shootout mark's now up top cyber say the same except for lead. Gen rich here reminding you to catch my husband. Jeff and I- weeknights at ten on foul territory. Jeff the playoffs and ultimately the championship game or series are generally the biggest draw to the sport. You get some of the more casual observers to tune in for the postseason. What do you think the most intriguing playoffs are? And what do you think of the research tweaking? We've seen discuss college. Basketball has the ultimate tournament. And that's a sport where you've got an inventory of three hundred team so sixty eight teams is not that big a deal. Not so sure what I think of the play in games surly. I think the season supposed to play into the tournament. I think that it's a way that we can take some of these lesser conference champions of these teams Kinda steal their conference tournament. They go maybe fifteen and seventeen during the regular season. We've seen worse. But they tend to put those teams invading on Tuesday and Wednesday. And I don't think that that's necessarily fair to those programs. Put those programs that are automatic qualifiers on Thursday and Friday I. The playoffs are concerned. I think it's the NFL. And I think that it's perfect the way that it is. I don't care for the tweaking and football I don't care for the tweaking in basketball and baseball I think that ten teams is enough out of thirty. I think twelve out of thirty two is enough. We already have sixteen thirty sixteen out of thirty one in basketball and hockey. I don't like it but it's always. That's Jeff Rich and I'm JEN rich. Reminding you to tune into foul territory Monday through Thursday at ten PM Pacific on Sirius Xm to eleven and streaming live on sports byline dot com part of the sports overnight America Block on the sports byline live broadcasts at work picked off by ready to build trust funds. But in your home is your bottom scores. They chanted his commute. Fifteen minutes on the other side at three player gathered pocket number twenty three march to sell with Carlson offensive zone. And they're joined by Smith. Marsha I so looking long able to push it away vice against betting got coming with him on the rush period looking shots. Golf Brandon Terry. Three goals in two games where the Golden Golden Knights quit show. They put on up there. It's like a high school football game against your rival. If they ever twenty thousand people that cared about your high school football team. That's incredibly accurate. Because they had drumline marching through the stands leading up to the game. There's cheerleaders everywhere distraction. Showgirls there were some robots and Elvis impersonators yet Jeff Jeff Jeff Dunham going way too far with the bit which is grand for Jeff Dunham the troll quist. He did an entire stand upset. There's an entire motion. Picture was a fighter. I had some points. No it was fun. It was fun. It was fun seeing. How much locals are into it and one thing that I really noticed. John was the diversity. Psychic its reputation as being very Caucasian. Is Sport Canadian a Very Caucasian occasion Canadians? But I'll tell you what man Las Vegas it's such a melting pot. I mean you you consider everybody that lives there full-timer everybody that works the Strip. It come from all over the world and this is their team. You know they they. They have the one team. They're on the really dedicated to talk a lot of Vegas Here on the at the top of the hour. But let's let's get some other things that we got charissa vert. You hadn't heard of him. I hadn't heard of him Celtics. Probably add nerd of him because they didn't notice just running by him. Lighten him up for fifty one points big comeback for the Nets Celtics look ugly and like you know I try not to get you caught up in uniforms and I get that the kids like we're on the alternative uniform. I don't say anything about the College Football College basketball uniforms for you know the Celtics really had. I don't like the Celtics I don't like getting bosses for you but the Celtics have really nice uniform both home and away you either. The green with the white lettering or the white with the green muttering. And you know it says Celtics on the home and away jerseys early gum up the works. I did it with you know trying to do the black jerseys with the green writing in the Green Jerseys and now they got these gold. Uniforms are just kind of look. Like kind of look like what you'd expect to find in like Mexican like bazaar or Middle Eastern bizarre where they send stuff that They didn't win the championship. So licensed gear. This doesn't look like it's gear but they're wearing it on the floor. It's looks so stupid. I mean it's definitely better than the black and green ones yet. They should only wear the white and green and the green and white. That's all Boston should wear. So you know. We don't think it's that bad. It looks like perpetual Saint Patrick's Day but there's a celtics what he want. I want them not to look stupid. I don't want the Yankees wary worry blue tops and I don't want the as inspecting clovers to be all over. It's like you've you've really kind of built it up like it was is it Saint Patrick's day super bad. Well Yeah Yeah. If they were wearing like Gucci style uniforms I would have even bigger problem with terrible but no. It is not Saint Patrick's Day inside Saint Patrick's Day so they've won these a lot if one of these like they're like they're the regular uniform but I guess you've already sold you know so many old Bill Russell Era Larry Bird Era Jersey said maybe need to mix it up. I I consider me old by you. WanNa get the Gordon Hayward one 'cause cheapest right now coordinate busy. The cheapest of the Goldens are the cheapest period of the alternate green goals. If she wants to hear things prosser just hasn't been able to put it all together. They see that they have a good coach. I could see that. They've found the way to get good players. But you know you could say that. They've won a championship. But that was back in two thousand eight. It's it's twenty twenty now brooklyn the Brooklyn has no identity as the nets. Yeah but that's we're that even Jersey. They were blue and grey and red. Nobody really cared about him. Nobody Chris Christie said good riddance when they When they moved to Brooklyn and now they've got kind of like feeding that graffiti style. Jurors I I actually liked what Brooklyn was wearing because Brooklyn doesn't have any tradition. So they're creating it what they're doing right now is what the. Hell is building the foundation. The Celtics already out of the Foundation Celtics are like the twenty seventh floor and now they're trying to build sky walks and they don't need to do that. It's rice tradition. Goes out like it would have to like it. Either your about this thing with Spike Lee New York Knicks. They're most notorious fan since airy new stuff about Spike Lee. While he's not GonNa go to the Knicks Games this year because ownership surprise James Dolan. The idiot has had a problem with the way that he's been entering the Games he says it will have a VIP entrance which all arrive VIP's years and he wants to use it in slightly once using employee entrance. Now they're the problem with this yet. Yeah implemented started the air. You don't just decide on game. Sixty six that spike Lee can't use this entrance. And am I gonNa Miss Spike Lee on the on the sidelines? Know why because I don't watch next games? niche games the Knicks. The Knicks are the Knicks. Are This thing that is supposed to be better than it is. So it gets archives attention. This is how I would feel about the coverage of the browns. Get if I weren't a die. Hard Cleveland Browns. On the Knicks are the Knicks. Are What Matt Damon? The Knicks are Matt Damon. Movie to me. Only those movies were a little bit worse. 'cause they're built up to be like something special at. It's the same boring thing year in and year out. The Games go on for way too long so management instead of the instead of handling this right way they they mock him and they mocked the situation in their in their press. Release they take an old picture. Spike Lee shaking hands with the owner of the team players aren't gonNA mess him. The fans aren't going to miss him. Fans wouldn't miss the Knicks of F. They moved out of New York. If the ARC suddenly basketball team so you give the the the the knicker sonics they could be the Seattle knicker sonics and they can play a few games at Madison Square Garden. They're just such a joke of a franchise. Maybe they need to lose their team for a few years so that somebody puts it together. They're not. That's what happened with Cleveland. And Not that. It's worked out at all with the knockoff. Football chapter there. That's been back since nineteen ninety nine. I shared this joke with you. I'm not sure that too. Many people are going to quote unquote. Get it but Steph. Curry was supposed to come back on March first delayed his return. And I I don't have the tweet is named out here but I. I did sure it's my facebook. Feed that Steph. Curry blew a three one return date. It's it's pretty good. I I know that you're not on this in the same place with a three one jokes. About three hundred jokes are still funny but my three one jokes involved the Indian. So because you don't have any jokes it's just something that happened. There's not like this big joke around it. It was a it was a copy cat thing with with cubs fans like you can just enjoy one hundred eight years of the world series. We just had listened to you guys all summer. Long tells you all. This is basketball the basketball all summer long laughing at Golden State about blowing a three one lead along comes October. November played series. Stay was about how it was a man's game and how somebody got their feelings hurt totally different apples to dump trucks. She's John. I'm John Trout Chair three at sports overnight America and we'll be right back drawing traffic. Who's GonNa take the shot tatum? Haywood is having something. This is sports overnight. America magic trick. We are the debt destroyer network. 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San Antonio is now one three in a row and taken over the age spots in the western province. You're listening to foul territory with Jeff and Jenrette GAM. Now you're talking buddy. Welcome back yet. It is foul territory right here on the sports byline broadcast networks can catch. Us Live at ten. Pm Pacific Time right through until midnight. Pacific Time. Monday through Thursday. You get Jen and I you're surely Jeff Ridge on the microphone and Joey didn't get to this while we're talking. That'd be a got caught up in in three one verbiage by we've got We had an opportunity for the San Antonio Spurs. You're not drinking out of this particular evening. But I I know that you do have a Spurs Tumbler somewhere around the studio here and the follow the steam. You're familiar with the legendary. Tim Duncan and the Innovative Gregg Popovich and his lead assistant coach. Becky Hammon top misses the Gaming Charlotte on Tuesday for quote unquote personal reasons in the Internet is up in arms. 'cause it was. Tim Duncan the assistant coach. And now Becky Hammon. Who's been there for years? Lead assistant since two thousand fourteen says twenty four key so six years six years five years plus so it it's Dunkin. Doug Duncan actually filled in for pop back in November and the claim was that he had scouted the team he was most familiar pop gotti jacket and Dunkin takeover. Nowhere took over so he did it for a little bit. They lost one twenty one to one sixteen in that game but also he was a loser in his first win as a head coach because he has had coached previously to now that they lost for he coached He goes just one wire-to-wire and even he claimed that Heaven and hardy. The coaches made all the causes. You know obviously being becky. Hammon made all the calls and he just stood there and yelled at the players that he wasn't going to address the media half the game which which he actually did do and everyone was upset. This game back in Carolina where Dunkin played his college ball week for us. I'm not sure if he's from there but he did plays college while they're so a homecoming of sorts. Let's see you on this because because Gregg Popovich didn't want to hear any of it. I think Gregg Popovich said something along the lines of You know I'm not here to make history something that effect and I hear this. I'm not here to make. History is what he said no question about having to the Washington Post. I get that it could be a little bit of a distraction especially last minute. Fill in like this. But were you with this. He's from the Virgin Islands. Tim Duncan Okay but okay so this has happened it was on a whim one Putty jetted in November this one. Obviously they kind of had a little bit of a plan that they were going to put him in no. He has not been coaching in any capacity since. Twenty fourteen Ever however he wore a spurs uniform for nineteen years so I think maybe we give them a try and for all we know. Maybe the next time pop has to. I don't know sell one of his cars offer. Whatever personal business. He's conducting. Maybe they plan on letting Beki have a shot at it. Who knows this one instance? I think maybe it's not fair to you. Know to put the team and to put her under the microscope. Wayne you know this is a last minute kinda thing. Even if she's even if she's doing everything other than your blowing the whistle. You know having the clipboard. She's going to get a head coaching opportunity. She's going to be the first. Nba head coach. I was thinking it with the best that happened in Cleveland. Coming out of the All star break with Beeline Lindsay GOTTLIEB head. Coaching experience at At cal I was thinking that she might get the interim tag but I don't think that they WanNa do think that when a woman does get the job that they're going to have every opportunity to succeed which means neither one of those two ladies should or or any other female should take the next job when it becomes inevitably open again I think. Form of protests. I think that there needs to be a you know that it needs to be a solid strange. I think that you need to give a female chance to succeed so that you don't end up with John V line situation where it's just not a good way. I think dad is what makes the most sense is promoting Vaki within when pop steps down even if Dunkin still there and I think the Dunkin would remain as head coach and I think that the players would play for La. There'd be any issues with that but I think you're absolutely right. You know when you consider that Becky Hammond has been there since two thousand fourteen. An assistant coach. Tim Duncan has been there since nineteen ninety seven. I don't know how long time of POPs been there for all of it by. He's obviously familiar with hop system. The players playing pop system. They're both familiar her from a L. You know from the assistant coaching perspective. Which gives her more of an intimate knowledge of Game Plan and strategy? And things like that. But Tim Dunkin's also there. I mean he's been there for five. Minutes is one. Somebody tweeted out or you know. Beckingham is not invisible and six for Popovich. That's when he took over the spurs ninety six ninety six so the year before Duncan so every championship. Okay so anyway that's That's the Hammond versus finding things to get mad about for the sake of getting mad. I this is more people than the spurs replace attributes. Yeah okay so we'RE GONNA play relocated team of this evening. All right. We know that the Winnipeg jets moved you. Arizona became the Phoenix. Coyotes who eventually became the Arizona. Coyotes we know that Winnipeg had their team replaced by the theme. That's no longer in Atlanta. Thrashers had moved to Winnipeg. So we're not going to give you any low hanging fruit. You've heard all about me talking about the browns moving to Baltimore Finger. Placements a knockoff. Expansion Team Aditya I. I pretty sure that you're familiar with the history. Colts moved to Indianapolis in the middle of the night from Baltimore. Yes so they lost their team. They added replaced by the browns and the browns. Actually we'RE NOT THE FIRST TEAM TO LEAVE CLEVELAND. The Cleveland Rams actually existed there before the browns came into the NFL in nineteen fifty the move to La in nineteen fifty to allow room for the browns blame the NFL. In Cleveland in nineteen fifty where they won the championship. I believe the only trip. But that's no that's part of Trivia. Tuesday's just everything's GonNa be from your lifetime. Which of course eliminated the opportunity to make our favorite Joke about the jazz moving to Utah. What are they don't allow music? Do you recall where they came from. You call the jazz city that they Write all over all over. Okay no those were pretty points but And you you didn't get any points. Five o'clock offered them get them so it was money that it was one hundred hundred bucks at that point or like a thousand bucks. Oh if it's off. We're just talking about fake money. Let's week and a half and a half mil with a for the first question. We gotta make sure we get these in all right so This Sacramento friend. The Sacramento Kings moved FRAUM VICINITY. Where they had to be renamed the Kings as to not be confused with the baseball team. That was also in town in one thousand nine hundred five. They moved from this city to Sacramento Kansas City. I've no one was expecting to get that. I don't think anybody was always there on. The BUZZER She knows there's a baseball team in Kansas City. Bonus follow up from nineteen seventy to nineteen seventy by by the way it was the cincinnati royals that moved there. They were formerly the Rochester. Royals and moved to Cincinnati royals moved to Kansas City where they couldn't be the royals anymore. Because you have the baseball team there. So what they split time with this. Nebraska city from one thousand nine hundred eighty two to nineteen seventy five. Kansas City kings were the Kansas city slash blank. Kings God the only have two cities. You're all over your Oliver Lincoln. All right never no question number two. The New Jersey devils moved East Rutherford in nineteen eighty two and they were formerly named of the same name. Azam existing baseball team from a mountainous region in the western United States coming in rockies all over Colorado rockies existed as hockey team before they just sort of. You probably didn't know that if all right strategy by LEMURS number three number three and two thousand five this Canadian franchise moved to Washington. Dc. After splitting time between their Canadian city and Saint Puerto Rico in two thousand three and two thousand four Canadians he moved to DC and became the nationals. Expos Expos three out of three three out of three plus the question which was only worth like six points so number number four the Houston oilers left to your staff. One thousand nine hundred sixty s and became the Tennessee oilers. They intended to play in this Tennessee city for two seasons before moving to their new stadium in Nashville in nineteen ninety nine but they only stayed there one year due to poor attendance which Tennessee city to the initially moved to Memphis. It is really support now. Well received at the Liberty Bowl Memphis where the University of Memphis Place. So they played hat. Everyone probably got the deal street and then just stopped there. They just got they actually had to play in Vanderbilt. Stadium in Nashville. Nineteen Ninety eight so that people would come out and watch the Tennessee oilers so the Tennessee oilers played in Memphis for years. Then they played in Nashville Vanderbilt Stadium. And then they became the titans in nineteen ninety nine and moved into their current stadium which was originally. Adelphia Stadium Nissan Stadium. Now all right this one promises to be a little bit more challenging super confusing you ready. That's that's kind of what I do ready if I say no I mean do we just have until I am ready you just ramble on about something else until I say. Let's just get a flirt with some bonus points out in front and then we're GONNA go anyway word it more difficult if you're not ready so since you already you already. I will be as clear and concise as possible the Charlotte Hornets. You remember them. They you know -til uniforms and they're back. They're back as the Charlotte Hornets so still hanging out. Yeah so they They left Charlotte after the two thousand two season move to New Orleans became the New Orleans Hornets and then in two thousand thirteen. The New Orleans Hornets became the Pelicans becoming the jazz again. Because Utah really likes that name. Apparently even though they don't like music music or alcohol about three point two percent or so there was actually a season where there were no hornets. All because New Orleans already the Pelicans and Charlotte in the meantime got an expansion team in two thousand and four. So what was the name of that expansion two kind of other stupid bird like a Charon or something the Charlotte is it the show not the Charlotte? They're the Charlotte bobcats. Now vaguely familiar to you. Were you were really awesome. You got five out of five points because you bonus question you got you gotTa Omaha Omaha. That's that's really awesome. I couldn't do but I kept everything in your lifetime and changes for. Let's quickly becoming a long amount of time. Yeah in fact the only baseball team to move your entire lifetime two thousand five the expos moving to Washington. Dc we're throat you break. That is Trivia Tuesday. Jen riches your winner. I'm your host Jeff. Rich will be back to wrap it all up right after the break into. You're listening to foul territory. Hi Dr Robert Clapper Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at Cedars Sinai Medical Group in Los Angeles California dedicated to your health. Your life and your sports as a weekend warrior. You know about sports injuries and pain exercises important element and keeping your body's core in good shape to minimize sports injuries. But when you are in pain there is one product. I recommend to my patients and that is blue. Google blue consists of proprietary formula. Developed specifically for the treatment of inflammation and general muscle aches. 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They're not gonNA play him at all and I say good riddance to the Olympics altogether and finding that all right. What's everybody watching on Wednesday pizzas bucks visas and bucks on Aspen? And I'll tell you what the Miami Heat just incredibly great at home this season. Twenty six and four. They knocked off the bucks the other night but I expect the bucks to bounce back gets pace against the blazers. And we'll see the Blazers in Phoenix on Friday night for Gen rich. I'm Jeff Rich. This van all territory on sports overnight. America stay tuned for more sports coming up next hour on the sports byline guest networking. You're listening to sports overnight America. Talking about the analytics. Gps technology don't try to throw the game back in nineteen ninety eight where the rubber meets the road. Actually I'm not even sure what that means. Speed Radio Network. Live at heart. Fees DOT COM. 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Jeff Rich here with you from Phoenix Arizona. I'm joined in studio just about each and every night by my wife Jen rich. And we've got a special topic to discuss with you here. This hour Janet. I recently spent some time in Las Vegas. Not EXACTLY THE FIRST CITY. That comes to mind when you're talking about locations for professional franchises but it is a big deal in the world of sports primarily because of the gambling aspect but they're also hosting events go beyond just the price fights anymore posting regular season hockey. Stanley Cup final in there the first year that they had the National Hockey League there in Cincinnati and Minor League Baseball always going on college tournaments in basketball gotten a little bit bigger march madness. It's the place to be Super Bowl Sunday. It's the place to be for. Not Sports related reasons. New Year's Eve it is also the place to be add. Really you know if you're doing it right jen wherever you are it is the place to be. I miss it Miss Las Vegas. You're not a degenerate gambler. No I just like fright pretty flashing lights and people watching and there are plenty of that going up there. They've had they're about to get there are about to be the future. Home of the raiders are the current home of the NHL. Las Vegas Golden Knights Experience. Check out a hockey game up there. That was insane. No hockey game will ever be the same. And you can understand the hype when people talk about it but until you live it you don't truly understand everything that's going on they've always had UNLV They've had NASCAR track. They hosts Golf Tournaments. Of course they host UFC and they host boxing the host the conference tournaments but now they're getting a football stadium. They're going to have the national football league which means that they can host super bowl pro bowl They're gonNA host the draft here in April of twenty twenty and who knows what the future holds as far as the NBA and Major League. 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However you'll get Jim Monday through Thursday right here however you're listening right now and right now. We are talking about the city of lost wages. Las Vegas Nevada and it just brings a smile. Your face the very mention of Las Vegas. Sports ties are are quite obvious. There's a sportsbook in every casino where you could bet on the games that are happening that night or you could bet on. Futures. What's going to happen later on? Of course there's anything that you can conceivably put a wager on Las Vegas lessening the ready to take your money and they're a little less willing to shell it back out if you do. Guess right or wager correctly. I feel that they've had a lot. But you've really gotta try like I'm never going to be a millionaire playing those pennies slots that I love so much. I'm excited when I went twenty dollars but I'm never going to win thousands of dollars on my penny slots and I'm Never GonNa win a lot sitting down playing poker for an hour and a half at a time. There is the pros or pros is because they go and they spend hours on end at the at the table sessions Poker used to be a big fat back in two thousand two thousand three two thousand five it hit its peak where every time deck and area that played online believed that they could be the next world series of poker champion just because some online online player did take it home. Chris moneymaker back in two thousand and three but It takes a lot of things a lot of patience and it takes a lot of losing to get you where you can be professional poker player professional gambler. The the guy from the jeopardy greatest of all time was able to pull it off the greatest of all time jeopardy. But it's got a pretty good life Dave's able to move to Las Vegas and become a professional gambler poker because it involves entirely too much paying attention and following what is there like checking in doubling or whatever. I don't even know going down Chadwell poker and I know I'm out well. It's all math. Oh all gambling is math. Understanding point spreads its understanding. You know situations how points scored. That's what I think that the xfl is an interesting element that you add into the lexicon of things that you can wager on because it's football but it's it's a new dynamic to football because touchdowns could be worth anywhere from six to nine points. That's a that's a huge variance. You've got to figure out what team and you gotta figure it out from nothing. What teams are good from two yards out from five yards out from ten yards out? How these kids are you know that that failed to the point where that they make it in the NFL? There's a lot to take into account It's the same way with blackjack similarly poker and like it or not. It's the same way with your slot. Machines Roulette The rolls of the dice. You know crafts. It's all just chances all numbers and it's all figuring out what those numbers mean and the the common man can't do it no and that's why they keep building those buildings up there in southern Nevada. But that's not why like gambling is part of it but I the food. The food the lights the people watching just so much to do sports and your clover either no. I'm not really much of a club either. I mean I will dance anywhere but I'm not paying someone fifty dollars to go into a room and dance with other people were. I'M GONNA pay like two hundred dollars for a bottle of vodka driver. Do you remember that time? Where inappropriate for entry to the club. That was ever one in. Vegas was actually with money. That was not mine that was supposed to be buying new shoes. Just drunkenly on like twenty six. Maybe relabel possibly. I don't even know decided it'd be ended up the only time I've ever won one hundred bucks and we pretend like it was like a million. Let me tell the story here. Because we're we're giving this without context is that you and I met some friends at the club but some friends up in Vegas that subsequently invited us to the club and they looked at you and they said come on and they looked at me and they said there was no way and and to be fair I was wearing open toed sandals and to be fair I wasn't even wearing shoes and might not even had a top on who knows so we were giving cab fare to go back to the hotel and put on appropriate footwear and we walked so we pocketed that cab fare and I think that that's where we were able to finance the rest of our evening because we see what we can do because we went on foot and we gambled away the the cab fare so anyway moving on a few things to get you Las Vegas. I have actually had actually caught US pouring that in Vegas prior to the NHL arriving there We saw the cubs play the mats in Spring Training in Twenty fifteen. Now at the old ballpark at cashman field which was right off the strip. Your thoughts on on the old ballpark down there. I liked it. It had a much Victory Field Finger Lawn. There was more seats but isn't as park is building one thousand nine hundred ninety four the Las Vegas Stars who were San Diego. Padres affiliate the franchise itself had started out in nineteen nineteen as part of the Pacific Coast League than the Portland Beavers. In one thousand nine hundred seventy three they. They moved to spokane where they were the spokane Indians and then I got to move to Las Vegas in one thousand nine hundred eighty three at the newly built cashman field where they competed as Las Vegas Stars part of the Pacific Coast League San Diego's AAA affiliate from Nineteen Eighty. Three to two thousand in two thousand one. The dodgers took over and rebranded the stars to be the Las Vegas fifty ones so for two thousand one to two thousand eight the dodgers AAA affiliate was the Las Vegas Fifty one plate at Cashman field in Las Vegas in two thousand nine. The Toronto Blue Jays briefly or the parent club of this triple a franchise from twenty two thousand nine to two thousand twelve and then from two thousand thirteen to two thousand eighteen. Which is why they were hosting a game. They're playing against the cubs who had a guy in their in their system named Kris Bryant. Who was from where Las Vegas? Hey phenomena how it all comes full circle so watch the public's way the mets there in two thousand fifteen the mets would only play there for another couple of seasons in two thousand nineteen. The the Oakland he's took over the Las Vegas Franchise with the mets moving their AAA affiliate to Syracuse. And the as decided that they weren't going to be the fifty one's anymore. They didn't know what they were going to be right. No there was a long period of time where they didn't know what to name a team. I think they actually held a fan contest to name the new team. And what did they land on a ended up on the aviators ended up being the Las Vegas Vietor so the competed for one season as the Las Vegas? Aviators there at the new Vegas Ballpark It's pretty far out. It's it's not exactly right off the strip like cashman field was I have ever been in that part of Las Vegas because it was pretty closer by the mountains. Those wins were pretty wicked within down at the end of the game. But I don't think we've been in Vegas before and we've experienced the winds being you know kind of out there were nothing else is around in Arizona with goodyear with surprise that. There's just nothing to stop the wind other than the mountains. Off in the distance we didn't see any spaceships landing. I don't know if we were close to area fifty one and Las Vegas or the United States government wanted the team not to be the fifty one's anymore. Take the attention off of whatever's going on behind come and take our fifty once gear from us and like wave a little men in black like this never happened. Oh that's right we pick up LAS VEGAS fifty one zero one. We were up there in because we knew they were reaching the end really end. We're coming up on the end of it but We'll we'll pick it up a little bit more about our Las Vegas ballpark experience. Watch the Oakland Athletics. And Cleveland Indians Place of Exhibition Baseball. The reds and the cubs are going to do battle up there as well. She's General Jeff. It's foul territory on sports overnight America. You're listening to the sports byline broadcast network and we'll be right. Back is sports overnight America. What a fly somewhere looking for flights or cheap tickets then call. That's right call. The low cost airline travel hotline now for prices so low. We can't publish them anywhere. 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Staffy with Tatar puck kept alive by the Golden Knights Marketer across opportunity for our our stars. What Does Vegas Will You Act Ready? You're hooking into foul territory. Now here's Jen and Jen and fish. Welcome back in everyone. It is the Vegas our on foul territory. This part of the sports overnight America Block on sports byline show airs live at ten. Pm Pacific Time seven nights a week but you only get yours truly jeff rich and over on the couch. We have generally get us four times a week. That's Monday through Thursday nights at the Archives on Iheart Radio and gentlemen pick it up right where we left off talking about baseball in Vegas Talking about the Las Vegas Ballpark. The Las Vegas Aviators and Mubarak new ballpark versus old ballpark definitely upgrade and we've got The as which you know depending on how you look at it upgrade or downgrade from the New York mets as a parent club There's a lot of runs that are going to be scored out there. When the winds blowing it's certainly blowing hard. It is and it was cold. It got cold really fast dropped. Probably about fifteen degrees from game star to game end gusts were about thirty miles per hour when we left any comparison. It's a AAA BALLPARK. In comparison with other AAA ballparks. I'd say it's pretty Nice in facing with some of the nicer spring training parks that we have down here in the Phoenix market. I would say that. It kind of pales in comparison. You don't want to do too much with a minor league ballpark. They had a nice balance there though there outfield wisely instead of just having a whole bunch of grass that maybe nobody's GonNa sit on. They had half of it as grass. Where you can sit out in the berm and the other half of it was a little pool or the the other half of the right center. Field area in the left field was Kinda like it is at Oracle Park in San Francisco Where it's a walkway where you can stand over on top of the taller wall out there in left field at I think for Minor League Baseball You know comparing it with what we have to go against Albuquerque Reno Tacoma you know. I think that it's par for the course that it's nicer because it has las Vegas but it's not so nice that you like a little too much minor league baseball field like we had. Oh we did a rough. Riders was double a doctor wicked part. They like a water park in their parking. I mean the pool is unique. Let's undersell the The the pool that they've got of course it's going to be limited access. It's not a public. You know certain inning and then my carry on your way. You're going to run out the whole thing for the game and nobody was swimming in February and early March up in Las Vegas. I said addicted cooler in all fairness it only was sixty five to begin with. But it's sixty five and sunny and it was about fifty an hour and a half later. It was fifty drizzling. And the coldest Gamblin's you've ever felt before in the time that it's a to get from our seats behind me. Third Base Dugout to wrapping ourselves around the left field goal. It went from probably fifty eight degrees to forty five degrees. If you're with us to curl up in just just call it like. Do you want to just curl up together and just freeze to death like? Is that how you wouldn't go because that's how cold it felt. Charlotte through my brother for his presence. Saving our life there. Apparently all right so a lot of y'all WANNA sock. Unlv basketball was good. Once upon a time. That was the only thing that they really add going on in town. Played at the Thomas and Mack Center which I've not seen and their football team late at Sam Boyd Stadium. Football teams never been anything to speak of However their basketball program in the early nineties F- Boy Jerry. Tarquinio eighty nine got onto the elite eight in one thousand nine hundred ninety. They wanted all the beaten Duke by thirty in the National Championship. And then in ninety one dude got their vengeance as to see coming out of the Midwest Our party they beat them by two points in the final four and I think you went on to win the championship game in one thousand nine hundred ninety one and then the program probation because a small school in Las Vegas shouldn't get that good that quickly so something was up. They had a lot of NBA players on that team. They haven't had many NBA players. Ever since Shawn Marion comes to mind. They played an all star game. There in I believe it was two thousand seven it was an NBA All Star game and they finally got professional two years ago three years ago with the hockey of all things and it was kind of a shock that Las Vegas got a hockey team before basketball team or football or baseball team. Were doing really anything else. Hockey seems like it was the least likely thing to land itself in Vegas but there we were yeah I. I'm really glad that's what they chose because that was fantastic. But that was incredibly weird they built a nice arena. Right off the Strip right behind the New York New York casino off of fifteen and the Tropicana Tropicana Boulevard down the street from the Tropicana Hotel and casino. And it's it's kind of amazing I I. It's in your face when you're in front of it but just being a half mile away it gets hidden behind the buildings we see the lights of. T. Mobile arena sticking out between like two of the buildings. And the only way you see that it's there and you see it from the Tropicana sinuses through the hotel in the parking garage like hey arena. This way. We kind of followed a bunch of people know. Considering how the casinos you know go out of their way for the reveal the market themselves to you and it looks nice when you're looking at it from the right angle but when nothing's going on there it's Kennedy Kennedy eerily quiet over there You were back in the in the room My brother and I wandered through the MGM. Casino crossed the bridge in New York New York. And really what I wanted to. You know what I was trying to get you when we started to and my brother and I was the rollercoaster at New York New York because of seeing the traps for it. I've just never seen. Were you catch it? And how go about doing that but they rip you off with a really this roller coaster? We've never gone up to the arcade level of New York. We have to walk through this Sotero Arcade which is a good. You know it is an actual kid. Arcade this isn't like an adult arcade. 'cause you're in Vegas? It is a part of the casino that is designated to be like Carnival Games and rides and stuff for children talk through higher arcade. And then you have to buy a package which includes some arcade amenities along with a single rollercoaster ride. But you know the fact that you started forty five dollars ahead. That's a little bit much for what can't be more than three or four minute ride on the rollercoaster. I don't even think big giant roller coasters are three or four minutes. I think the biggest ones theme parks are like a minute and a half this one has. I mean it's tiny. It's the size of a third of a casino. It's a small roller coaster. It can't be more than like thirty seconds. Probably they do. They do take multiple APPS. It's tiny there's because of that reason I don't trust it either. I've I've never wanted to ride the roller coasters in the Vegas Casinos. Because they just don't come in crazy. I just don't trust rollercoaster. That are inside of casinos. Doesn't spell a good time for me. But beyond that arcade walk across the bridge to the parking garage that sits behind New York New York. I guess that would be to the West to the last and you walk out. You know you go down. The escalator outside the parking garage and you are in the plaza for T. mobile arena. When we went there the night before the game when nothing was going on we had car. We were the only two souls with within shouting distance statue. They have in the middle of the plaza. There's a statue in the middle of the presents a weird. It's like a naked lady made out of wire like a giant naked lady made out of wire in the middle of the planet. You didn't see them. I guess all ladies made out of Wire Diamond Dozen Vegas. You didn't see that. No I have no recollection that we've ever seeing seeing a sports arena and I guess that's what What drew my eye. But the next you know however the next night when you're there were there. Were people walking down Tropicana Las Vegas Boulevard in all their gold nights gear like three hours before the game. It was four thirty in the afternoon. The puck drop was at seven thirty and I also saw the ticket. Something called Nighttime K. And I G H T time Started a half hour before the game. Now you were surprised by it all together though you may have been taken back by the pageantry took place From the second that we set for in the arena Questioned the fact that The Golden Knights have cheerleaders. Because you don't see that all I wouldn't. I wouldn't say that you don't see that all over hockey y'all have cheerleaders by Pommie that run around the stadium which they did do there but there is also a platform on the behind the net on the one level in the upper corner of the stadium. The fortress where it's just a constant stage of blue man group and cheerleaders and men being swords and showgirls hanging out. I mean we walked in and there were ladies with pompoms. There was a drum corps and there was a night in full armor leading the charge of your. Let's go nights And this is forty five minutes before the game because I got there earlier. Figured tickets like an hour before the game. Yeah Yeah just just didn't take us very long to get there because it was a short walk to begin with but we didn't encounter like hordes of people walking slowly. It's like no time to get their incredibly convenient to get their walking through New York New York. Because you know if you're there during hockey season you have the means. Please attend Las Vegas Golden Knights Hockey Game. Even your favorite sport it is just an experience To to take in and you know ticket and just watch the beginning. Watch the half an hour before the game starts and then just leave your only talk. I you know I. I've seen what they what they are on the broadcast for the playoff games. But I didn't know that that kind of thing happened during the. That's just what they do every game. There's there's a Susan motion picture. There's like a whole motion picture that they play beforehand and then a bunch of guys get on the ice and sword fights and there's fire glitter rockets and it's everything you would expect out of Las Vegas or more on the Golden Knights on the other side and we're GonNa talk about the biggest aspect that Vegas plays in sports and it is the gambling aspect. She's Jen. I'm jeff this install territory. You're listening to sports overnight. America on the sports byline broadcast network. We'll be right back stories. The type of guy that wants to look put together but doesn't want to spend hours at the mall finding new clothes so he can look great at the office on the road or even just on the weekend with friends and family I hear you. This is why they're stitch. Fix Your personal. Styling service delivers handpicked. Close right to you stitch. Fix a simple sign up in just a few minutes. 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I guess that's New York but they'll sleep much in Las Vegas either and that's what we're actually focused. I'd Talk About the Las Vegas Golden Knights a little bit before the break a lot before the break and we never actually got into the hockey game itself. Because we're talking about the the night fighting. Do some things that are a little bit campy with the cheerleaders out on the town but everything else is like vegas-style. It's it's a little bit bigger a little bit more of a show the you know the pyrotechnics the just the excitement in the arena for a regular season game on Sunday night in February versus like the worst team in the western conference versus the worst team in the West that that team is the L. A. Team so there's a lot of La presence in Vegas. It's a short drive by. I imagine that they have their share of La Transplants. Just like we do here in the Valley of the Sonnen Phoenix Arizona and not none empty seat in the house. No not one. 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It's Aria and gray and nobody and let's go straight to the phones. We got Stephen Calling. Who Regularly Co host the show Steven? You're on free talk live. Hey Aria and nobody in everyone talking. Hey you were talking about where you can spend bitcoin how you can spend bitcoins and I learned a new place recently. I love. It's called. Well I hate going out of my house or leaving my office. I work all the time so I love staying at work and having food delivered right to me and so I love door. Dashes their version door and takes its door dash door to ask. You can use crypto with Jordache. Yeah you can spend Dash Bitcoin as VP or bitcoin. Cash or or a number of others with door dash now you have to go to e gift her dot com. That's e gift her dot com. And then you can buy door dash gift cards with your bitcoins. Your Dash Bitcoin cash. And then you can get deliveries from places like maybe half of the restaurants in your area. It's really a great service. I did not realize this until I looked up just now because you reminded me that you can buy gift cards from Gift Cards Dot. Bitcoin DOT COM but It's powered by a gifter as well. Evidently that's right. And if when you when you buy a door Dash Gift Card here with Dash you dash back so say you like to go to a restaurant and you like to order from them while they use dash new get like three to five or even seven percent off or you get get that five percent right back to your dash wallet if you use E gifter. That's really cool. Have you set that up with E gifter? Well you gifter. Has they process a bunch of different types of bitcoins. Maybe more than a dozen and I have helped them process some of them Definitely not all of them so anyone anyone who has a bunch of different coins can go and get door dash. I'm just mostly excited that I get to have my favorite restaurants delivered to me for grip does and I don't even have to leave anymore. Yeah I would definitely agree. I would prefer that door dash actually like directly take bitcoin and bitcoin. Cash and all of these other crypto currencies. Of course. That's the goal right. I think these third party sites that utilize Gift Carson. Things like that are necessary. Intermediary steps to showing Jordache Domino's Pizza Hut. And wherever else that you know there is a market for this if they will natively support it? You're right you know it would be easier if door dash and I'll say win. Door DASH has bitcoins integrated right into the APP. But even better than that. Maybe so. That's that's like step two. We're on step one where you can get deliveries from anywhere with bitcoins or Dash. If you you get a gift card step to like you just said is where door dash accepts these currencies natively right in the APP but I think the ultimate goal is where when you're used ash and you pay with bitcoins. The month the bitcoin goes right to the owner of the business door ash gets their cut in the same payment so that people are even the business owners are getting bitcoins. I think that would be the ultimate goal because I want I want all the business owners and everyone around me to be earning bitcoins because they get more freedom that way. Yeah and there's as we were talking about the first hour. There's no gatekeeper for you to use your bitcoin. You don't have to ask anyone's permission. You don't have to get a bank to authorize it if you want to send bitcoin for something. You can do that. The only person who has to approve it is you and I think we can. We can convince people I mean we can. I guess we can teach people and help them understand. Why having bitcoins and using them in their business is better. Yeah but a phase two is definitely getting that right in the in the door DASH APP so I wanted to tell you about e gifter dot com the US dash in particular. You get dash back and if you buy the card with dash get dash back is what you're saying that's right. Yeah so if you buy the you know you can buy ten dollars. Twenty five dollars. The YOU'RE GONNA get five to ten percent back right in your dash wallet so if you use dash extra perk that they have otherwise coins and they support door dash so I I learned about door dash only last week on gifter and I was. I was so stoked but they have all kinds of other retailers like like most of the major retailers that they you know of our on on E. GIFTER DOT COM. And you can get dash back on on all of those like places like target and Home Depot and all kinds even like sephora makeup and all kinds of places a good way to lock in profits to know you did want to exchange your cash out the old fashioned way you could buy the cards. And then your your. Your bitcoins are sort of locked in at whatever price you buy the Gift Card for you know that that's A. That's a good way of saying it. I don't like to talk about like prophets in terms of of Fiat currency. But but you're right if you know if you think if any time you want to lock in your value you can exchange it for some real goods like some shoes or something important and that concerns me about the gift. Cards is an. I don't know about e gifter but With some of these places like keys for coins dot com which has still by came keys for steam using bitcoin cash or Dasher. Whatever is that these keys will ultimately be rejected by steam. And you won't have any way to get your bitcoin back. You're saying there's a lot of fraud on these other platforms. Yeah and I don't know I up presumably if you buy something from e gifter because they're a recognized site is going to ultimately be legitimate. You're my experience. These websites is whenever you buy it. You get a code that you plug into the APP and then you get a credit for whatever dollar amount. You'd say someone else doesn't get that code you know if if Domino's or door dasher whoever took it directly you would know with certainty. I think once a code. I'm speculating but I know when I did this Amazon card years ago. Once I put the code in it was immediately in my Amazon account so I would expect. They have some mechanism on the back end. They you know once it's transferred it's it's not going to go to anybody else's somebody so somebody would have to double spin you know. Send OUT TWO CODES. The exact same time well spent the code. Share your total. You're not impossible. Aren't problem an artist right. There are problems with that and and e gifters. They have great support. And it's no problem at all. You're totally right. We need to get. We will get it coins directly right in the APP. So you don't have to deal with these codes because it doesn't make sense like why are you buying one hundred dollar coupon when you need to spend eighty five dollars anyway? So yeah I just wanted to use an to know about dash. It's really great. Yeah I love. Nash started using them about two weeks ago. And now I can't imagine life without the only socks here in keene. They don't deliver past midnight and it's not until after midnight that I'm drunk and wanting something liver to me you could probably thought delivered all the time because I'm here. Here's an important economic. Lessen the more you can specialize in what you do. Best the more prophets you're going to achieve and and going to fetch food probably isn't your best talent so you might as well hire someone to do that for you. Yeah I experienced avenue that is so for example. You Talk About. Nobody does it. After twelve does it all day and night. He can't miss this opportunity. Example in the backup Steven's point a few weeks ago while while very drunk I wanted some sour patch. Kids and I couldn't drive so I paid someone thirty dollars to bring me a bag of sour patch. 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I've used a lot so Peter Schiff has taken yet another dig at Bitcoin today or yesterday pinching media house. Cnbc of not covering the bitcoin crash. Enough the BITCOIN has a crashed assist on sell. He accused that bitcoin had been soaring instead of crashing. Cnbc given it nonstop coverage are either of you familiar with CNBC. Pretty pro pro crypto are they. That's good they talk about it in mostly positive. Turn sometimes okay. Well he might have a point then he said that. Cnbc has not even mentioned bitcoin today. They spent months pumping Bitcoin as digital code a store value. That would outshine gold as a safe haven during times of market turbulence if Bitcoin was soaring today instead of crashing inc. The coverage would have been nonstop and that isn't extremely foolish view of Bitcoin. I would say the whole digital gold idea because it's anything but stable it didn't exist. Ten years ago maybe the digital goldwater years argument or point is about scarcity like gold valuable because it scares but you know. Bitcoin is valuable. Because it's you know probably scarce. Has it said Yeah but you have to be both scarce and wanted and like right now. If somebody asked me what cryptocurrencies. I'll take bitcoin is is going to be like the last that. I list If I included at all because the Mostly because the fees it would be the first one I would list and probably because it's you know I've been saying for a long time that is overvalued because you know. Btc doesn't do anything that doesn't do as a matter of fact pch does a lot of things that BTC doesn't do Those are bitcoin and Bitcoin cash Symbols by the way no Dow but BTC right now has You know they've got the name recognition so everybody. Can you know most people if they learn three more letter? Yeah they certainly can and I'm sure they will spaghetti fall off these other things as long as the only reason if the only reason to Bitcoin is is is higher is because you know. It's the only one that customers know about. Then that's going to be reserved to You know then. People are going to get into bitcoin and then ended up drifting into other parts of the market so well. Isn't that what we all did some? It works Bitcoin is the gateway. Try TO CRYPTO currency. I suppose yeah I would say. I'm sort of agnostic. I would use anyone that anybody wants to take I would I would accept any almost any cryptocurrency that someone was willing to pay me because if nothing else that can probably flipped into one that would be more useful for me. It's a lot easier to switch from dollars Switch cryptos than it is to change dollars into Canadian or or some other foreign currency. That's absolutely true and it's nice to have a bit treks account because then you can just turn anything into anything. So shift is one of the fiercest critics of crypto currency and bitcoin taking his criticism forward. He argued that. Bitcoin is no longer a non correlated asset. It will now respond in line with other risk-prone assets like equities and bonds however was ever arguing that Bitcoin is a non correlated assets correllated. To- what and this may be an economic term with which I'm unfamiliar but it's going to be correlated to the market and to what is happening in the economy if everybody is broke and scrambling that's obviously going to affect bitcoin. Yeah when when he says non correlated asset. That's almost certainly industry jargon where everybody knows what is supposed to be with but I if you looked up the term in Avesta pedia you would probably find it. Yeah he has for many years I read. I forgot what the name of the book was. But that was one of the first books. I read. Liberty related money economics things Peter Ship this book by the coming crash or something like that. Basically read that one too. Yeah it was you know. Basically how governments cheat the money supply and this is what you end up with and so Peter Schiff. Yeah I wrote this book. Yeah well this book. I don't know what you're burnt the book. I'm talking about Yes to coming crasher. But I don't remember the exact name of the book but criticizing cryptocurrency. Well not about pick. Well I leading into I think he has quite a following of people of Euro Pacific capital. That's his that's his thing to help people you know. Sort of save their money and keep the government out of it or or or maybe make it so that they have enough of it to pay the government. I don't know what the thing by point being that he has a following of people who are about hard money so silver gold properties. Things like that so he. He's a cold maximalist. I shied maybe yeah. I definitely want to hold some precious metal along with my bitcoin. How am I gonNA SPEND? 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We Got Russell calling from Illinois Russell. You're on free talk live. Hello how're you doing? I'm talking about Peter Shifts. You know if you're gonNA talk about snow little bit more about him. He's actually own investment firm for thirty plus years European capital. He called the two thousand eight. down after he called the DOT COM bubble in two thousand. So you know he has. Some predictions knows what talking about the guy. No doubt there's GonNa be GRANDPA's you don't like that's why but you know do some research don't put exactly opposed the Paul Krugman. He's completely different points spy I would definitely say. He's along the lines of an Austrian economists. I mean we were discussing this during the last segment thou. He's you know a gold. Maximalist and not a crypto currency for his arguments against Bitcoin are just not out of the blue. They're actually if you listen to them. They're correct in the long run. Mike you might. You might be proven wrong or you might even correct but there are legitimate arguments that he has against bitcoin. Can you give me an example The fact that they talk about bitcoin. Eh. Mississippi is a bad thing. 'cause they always talk about stuff in order to prop up the they're talking about whether it'd be a stock or in this case. Bitcoin so you do not actually want them promoting something on that channel. 'cause they pump things up. Does that make sense? I'm talking about but you know not sure but that's about them and not bitcoin itself right. Yeah I mean. I certainly think that Bitcoin is is a useful thing because having tried to trade In silver for example. I if I go to the park faster camping festival we have and I can pay people in silver okay. But that's like a twenty dollar bill that you can't give change for so what I personally have a purpose as an exchange. I mean even Peter. Schiff says that he actually believes in blockchain and that will be the future but it's the idea that they coins store value that he has problems with. Yeah that's nonsense bitcoin. Bitcoin is not a store of value. Bitcoin is a minimum of exchange. You're both talking at the same time. I'm not able to catch what you're saying. Go ahead go ahead. I don't know how you could say that. Bitcoin isn't a medium of exchange or a store of value because it has literally been sorry value for the past ten thousand for the past ten years. I suppose steadily increasing for the last ten years. That's called speculation now. His literally done that. It has literally stored value for people for the last eight years. Now if you're looking for stable investment working different is speculation. Speculation speculation is the future the past ten years literally. What happened okay. You're you're talking to somebody with an R with. Who is arguing for for metal? That has a like five thousand year. History of going soon because veteran for ten years or twenty years is not. There's there's no you know so. Yeah so the answer is for penalizing bitcoin. Because a new idea invented by all these young whippersnappers sizing anything stop saying. It's been around for ten years. It doesn't have golds five thousand year long history well in five thousand years. It won't have colds ten thousand year old history. Do you will if it still exists in it. Almost certainly a five hundred dollar note h advantage. Yes that's the argument Russell. Speculation be no Russell. You're the one who does it because. I'm talking the last ten years of bitcoins history. That proves it was a store of value. Not only did it. Store value for people. It increased that value substantially overwhelmingly biggest most profitable store value for the last decade. Because so it's a store value but maybe not have been the best or evaluate provable speculation. Russell. Pats literally what just happened in. The last decade affection is about the future of what happened is about the past no. It's worth their anything. That would be speculation. Russell thank you so much for the call. This is moronic. You can't speculate on something. That probably happened in the past. If you're speculating your ogre. Speculating on the future standing. What economists mean when they use the word speculation talking about Spending Shahada? Mus mean when they use the word speculation? They're talking about speculators they're talking about people who buy something in hopes that it will go up so to say that that price was a result of specula- a speculation is not to say the same as you're speculating about what the price was. But what the word means though? Okay the economics because that is not how the worst because the last ten years are speculative and that. We can't prove because this one of them becky later does. Hey stop yelling at me. Do you know what speculator does. I know exactly what they do they speculate okay and the results of what happened during the last ten years though. That's the part you're not getting no but the people are holding. Bitcoin or speculating about what's going to happen in the next ten future. We're talking about the past and speculating about the future holding because they evacuated good deal. My point is that the last ten years proved that Bitcoin was a store of value or non. Stop interrupting me. That doesn't mean that Bitcoin we'll be stored value tomorrow but it was store a value. It's proven great. There is an where there is a ten year period when tulips or a great store of value in in in in wherever Holland. That doesn't mean that's going to be true forever. Why why do you act like? I'm speculating on the future. I clearly talking about the last ten years proving that Bitcoin was keyword was a store of value. People buy and sell a commodity are called S. not emulators incensio own bitcoin. You are absolutely a speculates. Not A COMMODITY CURRENCY TOMATO TOMATO. Same diff you can also speculate in currencies. Guess what speculator is another way again investor. And again you're talking about what Bitcoin is going to do in the future. I'm exactly what they're speculating about. But we're not even talking about that. I'm talking about the last ten years. That demonstrably mathematically economically proved that. Bitcoin was a store of value for the point of town. Time which is over so it does we certainty and the future we don't know that code well honey speculators as maps. The whole point is the biggest is based on speculation. Equally true of gold. Yes yes so. It's five thousand year. Old History doesn't matter anymore. No question in anybody's mind about whether gold is gonNA break next week because there is a bug and nobody rich. They are speculating. They are speculating. That code won't break. They don't know that same next week. 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Avoid the toxic user room though because it's those attacks accuser and they're they're they're very much is the only person I've ever blocked on dischord so anyway after reeling just under the ten thousand dollar mark for weeks. Bitcoin has seen a sharp fall in the last few days. Oh it certainly has to after being priced at around eighty five hundred on March. The first bitcoin is now dropped to less the seventy eight fifty this morning and the fall doesn't seem to be stopping anytime soon. I think I actually saw it as seventy five at one point today but I don't recall now moreover a global slowdown in general validate shifts argument. That bitcoin is no longer a non correlated asset which isn't all that bad in fact to say great sign and in many ways as the accusation that bitcoin alone is volatile will go down and dusted. One would hope but that doesn't seem to be the likely outcome anyway. Let's go to the phones. We Got Robert. Calling from Ohio Robert. You're on free talk live high so i WanNa know what your opinions are as far as the sent goes. I kind of feel that Unconstitutional thing especially in most of the questions. That are asked on it. I guess if they wanted to how many people are in the country. That's one thing although I I still don't feel like I should have any obligation to answer their stupid questions and stuff and I have every intention just to destroy the The mailing it just not answers. So what are your guys opinions on? Twenty twenty sensors. It sounds pretty accurate. What you just said I. I think I would like it. If the fleas of a thousand camels found the tents of the people who put out the census and I applaud you for ignoring them. And I thank you for your service yet. That's essentially the way I would handle it. If a census taker came to my door I would either not answer. I would say your you work for the government. Get the hell off my property or you control them and do whatever you want with that paper. Just waste as much time as possible or you can go one step further and take the job because I their their advertising for census takers bucks an hour plus mileage. That would be fun. Just go over a guy go from door to door and say I'm from the government. You need biting jerk ever want to work for the government by higher life. Yeah yeah the only way I would want to work for the government is whatever is if I would have an opportunity for monkey. Wrenching like the census job. You could certainly have the job for monkey wrenching there until they caught you so basically you'd be making whatever they pay you to be an activist and if you're gonNA work for the government. A census taker is probably the least screwed up. Way that you could work for the government because by then you're people do volunteer you that information and they probably do volunteer. It says census takers because they work for the government and quote. You can't lie to the government. But I'm not initiating force so I guess it would be the best if I really had to work for the government. I'm not initiating any force so yeah I think the only real force there is the fact that you would effectively be paid taxation. Well also there is the threat of a hundred dollar fine if you don't take the census is there Yeah Yeah. They threatened me with that in. I think it was two thousand The two thousand census I was in Florida and they sent me the long form of the senses thing and I I had read the Constitution and it said they could numerate The people so I took a big red magic marker and instead of asking answering their fifty questions. I wrote a big three over the whole page and I sent it back to them and so then they sent this little Japanese Tema woman to my door cute as a button and and she started asking me questions and as soon as I found out she was senses every question. She asked me. I would say three three Japanese well actually at the at the end of it. She was saying things like what you know. We won't use We know you will. We don't use this information for anything except to apportion representatives and I said really. Are You Japanese? And she said Yeah and I said did did you know that your people were thrown in internment camps during World War. Two and that they were almost certainly Located due to the census. She got little Pale. Did she appear to know that I well? She didn't appear to to want to acknowledge that point at all But then again there it is Robert. Thank you so much for the call. It's an interesting topic All the more interesting. Because I mean you're right rich. It was the census that caused people in Nineteen thirty s Germany to just put down that they were Jews because they thought nothing about it and then no the Nazi government had all of this paperwork showing them exactly who Jews were. I think there's a check box on tax returns now for crypto currency users. There are so that might be part of that too who knows. And the census form has a place for people who are Hispanic. And who are now. You know essentially being rounded up and put into concentration camps just like Japanese people were in the forties. King likes to know what all of his peasants are doing. And it's better. I think for us to not let the Kink know what we're doing. I think that that they found the proper solution to King's King James the first but I can't say what they did to him under radio. I'm assuming they executed him. Yes it's her is said that his his screams were Howard all over London. That's something for me to Google. Yes now I'm here. Yes I hope I got the king right. Sure there's been a lot of kings throughout history and I'm sure a lot of them were executed. Yeah maybe ridden out of town on a rail. That actually happened right. Yeah This involves A red hot poker. That was the case. Well I for some reason it brought up King Charles I king James the first The very weird but King Charles was beheaded so I mean he didn't that that seems to be what largely happened to kings throughout history. Yeah they met their end. And there's something to be said for that. I mean the one advantage is of of that kind of rule is unstable in that all you have to do is kill one guy and everything changes. Well that turned out not to be the case by the nineteenth century or the. Yeah I think it was so nice century and the time of the French Revolution as Thomas. No couldn't have been the nineteenth century. We've been the eighteenth. As Thomas Paine pointed out you know it was not just the king anymore that was just one tyranny but now there were there were thousands of bureaucrats appointed by the King. That also had to be taken out. It wasn't just that you know you had this one guy who was corrupt. You had thousands of people. Yeah although if I mean if you act king and you prevent the installation of another one do the little guys have nobody to follow. So yeah you know I mean. Sooner or later somebody will rise up and try to make themselves King. But it's the same thing we're going through now these elections get rid of one guy and you stick another one in the next one comes up and says hey elect me. We'll fix it. We'll get rid of this other guy but the problem is system. Yeah well the problem is the system I think. And it's also I mean I believe that the that the Democrats and Republicans behind closed doors cooperate very consciously in order to keep a lock on both the voting public and on the voting mechanism. And now this is what it's all about. How their power all the power? But this has been freetalklive again. You MIGHT WANNA consider checking out top FREETALKLIVE DOT COM. 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A number of events have certainly been canceled playoffs in college basketball. So we'll keep an eye on this and keep you updated on it. We're GONNA be talking with Scott Brosius in just a second. You certainly know that name. Former Major League baseball third baseman and outfielder. He played ten plus seasons and he was an all star and gold glove winner and he played with the Yankees and also a one three world series with the Yankees and was the nineteen ninety eight. Mvp of the world series and he now has a brand new job in baseball. He is the manager of team. Usa that if the Olympics do go on in Japan this summer he will be the manager of the United States team. So we'll be talking to him and then right after that. I'm going to share with you an interview that I did with Mike Shoshefsky. A couple years ago after he had one is seven hundred game. He's now won over nine hundred games and he had one three. Nc Double A. Championships. 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This is America's sports talk show sports byline USA peers. Ron Bart Scott. Brosius joins us on sports byline former third baseman and outfielder. He played ten plus seasons and was an all star and also a gold glove winner. He also won three world series championships playing with the Yankees and he was the one thousand nine hundred ninety eight world series. Mvp But he now has a new baseball job. He's the manager of team. Usa Tell everybody what Team USA is and what you're going to be doing as the manager. Yeah well of course you know as the manager here where we're hoping into with with our staff here to take a the professional national team is talking about. Usa Baseball actually has national teams Starting as young as age twelve and and working all the way through high school college and then of course into the professional ranks and so This team This will be a team of professionals That is we. We headed the March. Here in. A couple of weeks will be participating. India the Americas qualifier Hoping to gain a bit to the Olympics in Tokyo this summer when you take a look at the Olympics in baseball it's a relatively new sport to baseball in a sense. What will be the goal of team? Usa In this Olympic Games. Well the yeah the Gold Number One. Obviously as the qualify and get their you know not the car head of the Horse and so we know we face some some strong competition. You know this year's Olympics in Tokyo there's only six teams participating and so it's a smaller field Which means obviously bids to the Olympics or are going to be very competitive and so it starts with our our goal of Cau- finding and then getting there and I think any team any any American national team but especially in terms of baseball. I think our expectations will be two to get ourselves to Tokyo and then show up and come home with the gold medal. Scott how much thought have you and the staff given to what's happening in the world with the corona virus. Because I mean it's one thing you have to focus on the sport that you're playing but then to have something like this come into play What have you guys talked about in dealing with that discussion? There's no there's no question as accurate something. That's on all of our minds. I think it's the way we've kind of looked at it. It's kind of twofold as as we know is out there We're paying close attention. Obviously it's something of great concern for for not just sports but you know obviously well beyond that so we're watching to to pay attention to see what the implications of the virus might mean to The Olympics to the qualifiers things like that but then at the same time where our focus on the day to day basis right now is getting our our roster said and putting a team together that we believe will will help with qualify for the Olympics. Yeah tell me a little bit about that. Roster it's a twenty eight man roster what do you have to work with? Yeah and it's actually this for this round actually twenty six man roster so it's a slightly smaller roster. The tournament is March. Twenty second through twenty six. It's five games in five days. So you know the challenge we have is towards the end of spring. Training You know getting the players. There's of course. Big League players are not eligible For for the qualifier. So this this will be Mine lead players both on and off the forty man roster or are eligible and so right now as we as we look at the roster we we do have to stock it You know pretty deeply with some pitching as we know. Pitch counts and things like that will. We'll be factor here in March when you mentioned about the final roster is that going to include at all any major league baseball players or is it relegated to what you've been talking about yeah it will not include major league players that they will be. Obviously there'll be some players on the roster with with major league experience but Current Twenty six man roster Players are not eligible for the tournament. Yeah I'M GONNA go tongue in cheek here. I assume philosophy along with your staff is. Kiss keep it simple stupid when you're dealing with something that you have to deal with on a short basis. We like to think that way it. It is a little bit of a complicated process and say complicated. It's you're right it's a it's a simple process. Get the best players there that we can But it it just a little bit more complicated than as as we try to identify players that might be available. Guy That maybe won't be on the twenty six man roster But that teams will make available and then of course you know from the team side of things it it's You know what you guys will will make available to us and allowances to play on so so yeah while while the processing of the simple processing is let's get the best team out there we can. We know it's a little bit more complicated than that you know. I think about my NBA friends that have played in the Olympics on the Olympic basketball team and the rules are different The court is a little bit different as well are there any nuances with baseball in the Olympics? than what we're used to normally no. I think it's it's pretty similar to the rules are very similar to major league rules. Probably one the one piece that kind of jumps out Are Minor League guys are used to it is the there is a tie-break Scenario in the Olympics and international play Instead of a straight extra innings Once we get to the tenth inning. There's a tie-break where where we start each any with runners on first and second and nobody out and so the goal is to try to generate runs scored to try to help games in so. We don't have kind of those nightmarish. You know seventeen eighteen inning games That could really impact the tournament. Is there any replay going to be used in the competition? There is there there's there's limited replay. It's probably not quite as expansive as what we see at at the major league level but we do have replay available. You have a couple of coaches that I'm familiar with your former teammate. Willie Randolph is going to be a bench coach and also Anthony Sanders who won gold medal as a player for Team USA at the Sydney Games. I assume they're going to help to you in this experience again. Going back to your question earlier about some of the moving parts and keeping it simple there We actually we. The the coaching staff has undergone some changes also due to availability so for example. Willie ran off Because of his contract with the Yankees and the things that he does there won't be available. for this. Brian Price of course was our pitching coach at the premiere twelve and with the Phillies now. Joe Girardi over there And so Anthony. Sanders got a big league job over the over the the winter with Baltimore so those guys are not returning obviously due to their to their commitments. And so we've added Jerry Weinstein and and Darren sinister and Andy. Pettitte will be our pitching coach for this round. Well thank you for the update on that because the information I got had those names listed. Let me ask you about young talent in this country playing baseball. What have you noticed? Work at Linfield College. you've also worked with a lot of young players. What are you seeing as far as the young baseball player? Coming up today. Yeah I think the a combination of things I think. The game Number One. I guess I'll say I see. Guys that are that are getting bigger stronger. More talented at an early age. You see you know work with with eighteen hundred group for example and I just watch you know player after player. Come in and you realize wow these guys are still juniors in high school and you realize what a deep talent pool of talent that we have in the country of players But the game you know does have a trickle down effect and so when you look at the Big League Game as it is today There is more emphasis on power. Pitching power hitting Less on you know kind of what some of the things we used to do. You know what I'm saying. You know prior years generations ago last running less hitting in running bunting things like that and so you do see that. Kind of a as a trickle down into the college and then to the highest schools you see you know maybe a little bit more swing and miss a maybe a little bit more emphasis on on power than on. Maybe some of the you know kind of the finer aspects of the game but but ultimately we're seeing players Very talented players That are just more advanced At a younger age we've got about ninety seconds left but Scott when we talk and we hear an awful lot what happened with the Houston Astros. I think that there is a positive trickle down effect and that is the fact that there's been such an outcry on this young players will think about this. This will send a strong message. You don't play the game except you play it fairly. Am I correct and then observation in your opinion I would certainly hope that that would be the case. I think we we all understand learning what we've learned about the Astros and of course the the red sox socks I think peace is still to fall here That yes I mean you know we. We all want to try to play the game. We play the game to win. But you don't want to. I mean crossing those type of lines to to wear your blatantly you know breaking rules and and and you know going just above. Navan a young fair-play just I think we you know we want with all of our guys just like we want with our kids. We want to have success but we want to be with the right way in about twenty seconds. You've always enjoy teaching and working with young players. Why is that I think for me? I love because I know I had coaches and parents and people in my life that were so important in my development so I love being on the other side of it and and it's Topol filling. I think when you see kind of the light bulb turn on for a player and you see something. Click you see and become a better player and then hopefully develop into You know just a better person as well. Scott I WANNA thank. You always been very kind to me here at sports byline. Good luck with developing your Olympic. Baseball team will keep in touch with you. Take care of my friend I appreciate it. Thanks for having me on today again. Scott Brosius with US former third baseman outfielder played ten plus seasons and he was an all star. Gold Glove winner. He won three world series championships on he was playing with the Yankees and he was the. Mvp The ninety eight world series now the manager of Team USA in baseball we continue on sports byline. It has been said that everyone has a book them. But you have the time or the ability to write your book. Maybe you picked up some skills or head a life experience that you want to pass on in the form of a book to help others. Maybe you WANNA leave autobiography for your family or maybe you built a successful business and you want to share your story at Dorrance Publishing Company. We HAVE PROFESSIONAL WRITERS. Who can help? Turn Your Book Idea into a finished manuscript quickly and affordably a dorrance Ghostwriter Kim provide as much or as little help as you need to complete your book. 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When you hit that seven hundred level I know that you were kind of quiet and low keyed about it but in reflection what did it mean to you personally performance. Coaching a longtime coach night. Call me the day after and he says you know what the one thing that means. Don't you and I said what's that code? She says he says it needs. We're both very old I said well I think it means that another thing coach it. It means that we've had a chance to coach some really good players and some special teams and he says you're right about that and You know when you reach a milestone like that Ron and I think what happens is it gets a lot of people who were part of your unit. You know part of your team a chance to think back on their time during those seven hundred wins and and Stay call or they send congratulatory letters or emails to you You you think of a time with them so you know. That's that's the best thing about it. Is that you you get a chance to remember. A lot of great things since With special people you know you bring up a very interesting point. Bill Walsh and I are good friends and I once asked him about the things he accomplished and he said you know. The victories were Nice. He said the players that played for me. And the men that were assistant coaches and went on to become either head. Coaches are successful in the coaching. Rank is really what touches being and Mike. I know you feel the same way about the men that have played for your assistant coaches for you as well. There's no question about that run. I mean certainly in my own profession. Yeah let's see what? Tommy am occur clinch CIDER. You know Mike Bray. Who's an assistant coach? Timmy O'Toole these guys You know what they're doing. And and my current staff with Johnny Dawkins and Chris Collins and Steve Wilson Hausky to see them. They'll go from players coach. And then when they have their own programs It's kind of like right now. Four grandkids I haven't. It's it's like having grandkids. Live your life over again. A little bit and Through these These people and And then also filing down you know what they do outside the game because a lot of them ended up being very successful in other walks of life the other person you acknowledge his former athletic director. Tom butters who hired you and it was very interesting because your first three seasons at Duke nothing particularly stellar thirty eight and forty seven year quote was. Duke has always been there for me and I'll always be there for Duke. You Know Ron. I'm not sure today saying h although I think it would still happen. Or an institution like that As a team commitment to what what goes on and not just Relies on coach Doing his job or or her job. Tom butters. Now gave me an opportunity when I was thirty. Two years old and that's the head coach at the United States Military Academy said. Look we have some work to do here? I wanted to on Up to the standards of Duke University says we do want to win. But I want you to make sure that you understand what I mean by winning and I said well I hope on the same page. He says I WANNA win on the court. There's no question about that but I want each of the young men who play for you to graduate you know get to education and the you know be a you know a successful part of our society and and he says as long as you're doing that you know we don't you know that'll be national championships for us that If you could do real well. And the other category went into Games. That'll be great too and They always had it in proper perspective. And I never ever felt the pressure that I might be losing. My and and their team commitment has made has been maintained for the next twenty two years. And we've won a lot of basketball games and we've won three national titles and we wouldn't have done that without a team commitment. What is your perspective? Now that the landscape has changed in college basketball and used to be certainly Mike you go out and get a player and you can develop them as a player and as a person and as an educated person over a four year period but now of course you lost a couple of players after just a freshman year and then even one player that never even made it to your campus that you had recruited so from your personal coaching perspective. How do you approach the game today? And all the goals that you have for your players not only from a basketball standpoint but from a personal standpoint where like you know since nineteen ninety nine. We've had had more kids go early than any program by far and And just before that we had not and So we went from like one culture to another culture and what I decided to do. Is You know I I could not change the culture but what you see what I could do is still teach the values that you that we're trying to teach in this new culture and you know if a youngster decide said he wanted to leave early and could not complete its education. I wanted to make sure that he was as far along for. It's getting a degree as possible and I. I told each told each kid that we've recruited. I said you're still going to go to summer school. You're still going to be required to do everything and you know we're going to go on a plan like it's going to be four years if something extraordinary happens and you get an opportunity and you you decide to you know Enter the NBA draft. You at least as far ahead as you could possibly be and then if you wanted to continue to ask you know in the off season after you get through plane. You know Then we'll have a chance to complete the educational part of it and then I I think I think it's gone. Well you know we have a number you know Mike. Dunleavy came back and the three courses this year. Carlos Boozer's real close. He's coming back this summer. Jason Williams of course that already graduated Who all Dang roof into coming in for two semesters of summer school this summer and I think these kids are doing that because along the way we weren't compromised in anything. We said well we still want to be well. Rounded and with the current culture allows you to maybe go a little bit early. How much of the timing factor of Lou? All Dang leaving after his freshman year and Shaun Livingston never making it onto the campus factored into the the offer from the Lakers. And you deciding to even consider it up I think more so. It was a factor. Ne- not taking it more so than me considering it I I consider the LAKER position One because it's a very prestigious position and an amazing franchise and I just thought Ron I'm it's I'm fifty seven that okay. I'm GonNa Coach for a while. I've done some really good things in college. Should I do something else? And I wasn't even looking at anything. It was just kind of asking myself. That question and the Lakers came up and then all of a sudden it escalated Where they made a amazing offer and But really the fact of losing those two kids and being a part of the The the people behind the scenes so we're trying to take a look at our game and try to do something for our game. You know I've been in meetings with President Brands and the NC Double Way and also. I wouldn't leave Duke in that type of situation where you know. You look like you're running the way you know boy flew all Sean. Stay on your stay and I didn't want that to enter into it at all but Y- you too damp to what's going on. I'm not a great school. I love what I do. I Love College. Coaching and I left coaching it at Duke. And I wasn't looking to go but when this offer came I thought that it it's something I should look at and and looking at it. It was a great process and it made me appreciate even more what. I'm what I am doing. It's interesting you bring that up because the things that I said on the air about it and talking about it and just knowing you as I do in our discussions over the years I felt that it it came along and what it did. Was it pulls you back from the environment that you were in and you had a chance to take a look at college basketball. Take a look. Duke. Take a look at yourself and what you did. Was you made a reaffirming decision about what you were doing and how much you really liked it. No question about that Ron and you know like I It felt like I was down about college coach at you. Know it's Kinda like This past summer In June my My youngest daughter got married and the day before she got married With my wife and I was her thirty. Fifth wedding anniversary refer three and we renewed our vows. You know every once in a while. It's good to recommit you know and when you recommit sometimes you find new energy to go forward and do even better in an already situation. So that's what I'm you know. That's what I'm looking to. What is fun for you about basketball now? All the you know for me. The interaction with players system is fun and preparation for a game and locker room. And just being with them. Keeps you young and These kids are great. You know they work hard. You know to me to see them. Grow confidence level wise. How they How they become close together as a unit. You know those things and then and if you're lucky enough to win a good number of games that's that's fun too but you know the interaction with players of a fun mic. Hold on just a second. We're talking to the fine. Do Coach Mike Chef Ski and we continue with that as we continue with more of you and sports byline. He missed the winning dunk and cost your team championship. What are your thoughts well? 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This hour on Sports byline twelve times the national coach of the year. One of the things that you and I have talked about before his that and we just touched on earlier about players who have played for you and then gone on even if they did not stay in sports gone onto other things and I know you have a player former player for you who is over in Iraq right now and you talk to him the other day. there is a sense of. I can't even describe it. What sense do you get about seeing players? Go on and do the type of things that we're talking about here. It's like a father son. You know do well. You know you get so close to these young men and The ATM GonNa Call Me Youngster. He's not forty Colonel Name's Bob Brown. Bob Is The commanding offer sort of a Stryker brigade in northern Iraqis has approximately six thousand men and women under his command Before he went over to Iraq in October he and I met here in Durham. We had supper and actually a long night together to talk about leadership and so excited I was trying to put myself in this position. I said I'd be scared coach. I'm not scared. He says the most exciting time of my life. I'm able to leave. You know the best fighting force in the world I have such good commanders under me and my troops. We've worked so hard we've trained for this this time we you know. We were anxious to go over and I said well. What motivates you you know. Is there any you know? Are you questioning anything since coach? We don't question anything. We're we're motivated to stop terrorism and not to have to happen. We do not want to fight this war or war like this on American soil. You know we feel that. It has to be stopped somewhere. And that's what motivates US and And we're anxious to go and I talked to him last week. He called me the day after I won my seven hundred game. He says coach. Congratulations on your I said. What are you calling me? What are you? You're you're in Iraq. Is Everything learned that West Point Cadet and playing basketball for you? I put US each day here in Iraq and so to talk to you just rejuvenates me made me cry. And we talked about some things that we're trying to help them with and you know and and he explained one of the most. Poignant things that we talked about. So he says coach. I never ever realised how difficult it would be to lose a man you know like you said. I think since we've you know we've done great. We've lost eight men and it rips your heart out. And that's why he set up different funds and different things and ways to help the families in anticipation of this and we're trying to help them a little bit with those things and I mean that's just listening to them. I said you know kind find out. I am so lucky that I coach to coach. It's just the opposite. I said well. Let's stop this. Mutual Admiration Society. You know you get down to the business that you're supposed to be doing this. Let me know what we can do to help and I actually emailed each other today. And he's still in grade. He has his wife and three daughters back at Fort Lewis Washington his wife. Patti and has a job at eighty percent of. Its stuff that she does. During the day she goes back to the brigade and his checking out. What other families are doing? There's a sense of great community in our military. You know it's not just the people on the frontlines is to the families you know back at home and how a unite and we should be so darn appreciative of this as as a country. Whether you're against the war policy you have to before the people implementing the policy you know for us and And it I wish there was some way that we could help. The you know the families more and the and the troops there and let them know just how much we appreciate What they're going to you know for our freedom for the freedom of people around the world you know it's also and I got this feeling and thought Mike That Bob probably took away from his playing experience with you. The manner in which you created family and the way. You kind of fostered support among players. That he has a six thousand member team. If you know what I mean. That's what that's what he's coaching right now. And I think that that's what you probably passed onto him and I was. GonNa ask you the question about the vaccines you were in the military yourself. How somebody deals with that loss on a very human basis. I mean it's one thing to lose a game. It's another thing to lose a player to injury for the season but the lose a member of your team whose life is gone. I it's gotta be gut wrenching well and it's and it's different than when you're back in the states and someone passes away Because of a car accident or something like that those those things happen in our is all you know in our society in combat when you lose the life of a man or woman one It's it's you're on a mission you may have given the order on how to go in an attack or you know a counter attack or whatever it might be a certain mission that you're on and so there the men and women are implementing your plan. Ns and during that one of them were one more would lose their lives. And I I there's just I don't know I don't know how you completely Cope with that Except with toughness and a sense of purpose that your team cannot cannot. Have you just get immobilized by that? But these other men and women need you to go forward and Therefore it puts you in a really I think the toughest leadership position that the leadership situation that you could began and And I think the ability to go onto the next play and then come back and making sure that families and are taking care of them you know and hopefully you've learned from what happened in that situation so that it might prevent the loss of life. I agree and I hope we all remember that when it comes to supporting those who are supporting our country elsewhere. Mike I was interested in a an a quote of yours What I found was how popular the college game is What did you mean by that? How popular do you college basketball is today? I think it's unbelievably popular run. I think With last week I went up to Madison Square Garden and With Miles Fran Dave gavitt Jim Behind Kelvin. Sampson Bob. Dole's be the athletic director for Iowa and ahead of the NC play basketball committee. And Jim Delany. Who'S THE BIG TEN commissioner? There's seven of us who have been about that. Seven of about twenty five thirty people who have been meeting privately about the game are college game and we went public with announced College Basketball Partnership and We think that the game is is a national treasure and It's different than any other entity that you know we we promote tradition values education. Teamwork you all the things that are you can find in every town every school you know in in all of America in and what happens is that in the month of March part of April. Very March madness The whole country is united as a result of this great game and We just think that going forward. We need to get our arms around. It has a having Atlanta tease involved. TV coaches administrators NCWA Print media You know shoe companies. You know every everybody who's around a game two to join forces to make sure that we are. We're you know we're taking care of it and that's never been done. It's never been done in in any sport and the NC Double Way and so just with Like actually historical. You know what's happened in the in the last week and and our games surfing one of the things that does concern me is just the the financial aspect of college sports today. I think if you take a look at what's happened over on the college football side with the BCS and all the discussion about that. My there seems to be a much more stable environment when it comes to college basketball than what we're seeing. Maybe in college football. Do you get that same sense as well. You know one of the reasons why the college football great however it it it's championship is run up outside the NCWA UMBRELLA. You know all that money. That's generated is not is not go back into the NC double the NCWA Is Nine. I think it's anywhere from nine. I think it's close to ninety five percents But it's over ninety percents of its budget and its to fund all sports for all kids in College College. Uh Enter Championships is funded by men's college basketball you know. It's it's the cash cow so to speak and football is its own entity onto itself and You know there's there's no NCWA championship that is run like football you know every every NC Double Championship has some type of tournaments or progression where You eventually come up with with the champion and It's not done by computer. And you know stuff like that and I don't know football will ever be brought under that umbrella but I think as long as it's out there Kinda it's not like. Unc is in involved but they don't control the the money is that's involved and if you don't control the money then you don't control you don't have the power You know could what's necessary. I thought it was very interesting. Something that I read about President Myles brand of the NC Double A. the NCWA's next crusade apparently will be to address what brand calls a dangerous drift toward professionalism in sports entertainment he's suspending enormous amounts of money to achieve athletic success and this is his quote distorting the mission of Higher Education Zesco relation of success demanding even more success has good people with noble intentions chasing both the carrot and their tails. Part of the problem stems from the mistaken belief that there's a correlation between success on the field and the amount of money spent by the university. Omit that won't die and he called college sports the original reality TV. That's pretty hard hitting Mike. I think you know president brand is is is terrific and I think you know. He has a way Ron of looking at the total picture. You know. He's we've worked very closely with him last year and a half As a as a organization with the National Association of Basketball Coaches but also like just individually. I have I found him to be someone who has looks at the big picture and he's willing to listen to a lot of people before you know making a decision to be his idea and that really is how the College Basketball Partnership started. He felt that college basketball is moving along and making a lot of money but no one in control and so you know for the last year we've been eating privately All these emphases to discuss the game and now we have a better feel for how each of US perceives from our own point of view own position and I think and you know. We'll we'll be able to go forward and help in moving the game in the right direction as far as total college sports you know you have to always be concerned about the money that's being spent you know Also there's a lot of money being brought in if longest. We don't sacrifice the values that are inherent in A collegiate education and And what the youngsters playing the sports get from school. I mean that that overall is paramount to the mission. And you know we'll see where it goes but You know those are. I think statements are are appropriate. You know now what action is taken. The result of that I think will be a point of discussion and You know that's how you move forward. Mike I wanNA thank you very much. Our friendship is one that I cherish and I love the way you talk about the things that are important in life as well as basketball take care my friend and I'll keep in touch with you. All right thank you. Mike ship chefs. He the fine coach at Duke University over seven hundred career victories. Now the second fastest man to reach that mark. We'll take a quick break as we continue across the country. 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This is America's sports talk show sports byline. Usa here's Ron Bar. Ricky watters joins US ON SPORTS. Byline the former. Nfl running back who played eleven seasons with the forty niners Philadelphian Seattle and he rushed for more than ten thousand yards in his career including six seasons of a thousand yards or more and with eagles ninety six he had more than fourteen hundred yards rushing one season. He was drafted in the second round out on Notre Dame by the forty niners made five pro bowl teams and he grew up in Harrisburg Pennsylvania. I know you're adopted. Yes and that's a dynamic that most people can't relate to unless you happen to be adopted. Tell me the circumstances about that and how it affected your early life. Well I didn't know about it earlier. I was actually I was adopted as a baby Which was great you know but as as I moved along I didn't really know I was adopted in the I kind of found out about it the worst way you can. I mean it was really a bad thing. I was on the basketball coroner's guy there. And he's older guy and he was not the nicest guy so he's he's kind of like to say things to me and said wait. A minute isn't isn't your sister's name Rhonda and I was like Yeah. That's my sister and he's like my sister so my come home and go. Hey you know whatever he's like look at me look at you. Look because she's lighter skinned than I am and he was lighter skin and he was like she looks like me. You know that's my sister. That's not your sister. So I'm freaking out. Go home and everything and Talk to my dad. You Know My dad's a tough guy too. That people didn't want to mess with so I'm like. Oh you know he's GonNa go tell this guy off or something's going to happen you know but then that's when that's how. I kind of find found out that I was adopted so that was just a tough way of finding out back then it was kinda different. I mean I don't know now now you know like I said I was adopted. My son was adopted as well from day one. We told him that he's these adopted. And so he can understand in and not have to feel like they're it means anything bad or anything like that for me it was. It was kind of tough at that time and made me feel like I had to prove myself. How old were you? I was I think it was around seven at that time. Probably seventy so still still young and really impressionable at at that time. What Message Did your dad? Your mom give you that. They love me. They didn't matter you know You know obviously there. They feel like they're my parents and and you know it's not anything to be alarmed about and I was telling them. Of course I'm not alarmed you know but Kinda shocking shocking. Just WanNa know you know. What did you Liz like? You say what is the deal so long did it take you to assimilate the information and feel comfortable with an That I don't remember exactly but I don't know if I ever was especially in my young in my younger days because When I look back on it now obviously when I was going through it I didn't really understand what was happening to me but I now when I look back I understand why I had to be number one in everything. I had to be the best at everything I had to be the best in school. I went to win. I don't care for spelling bee contest. If it was a math. Be WHATEVER IT IS. I want to win and I wanted to be the best of the best looking girl friend. Best everything cars everything as I got older. And so I think that I I. I now understand that. That's where where it was coming from was just kind of wanting people to accept me in to see that that I belong where I should be and what age did football come into your life. Then and around that time is when football really came into my life boat about eight years old. I started playing in that fuel the passion for the game a little bit. When you found out you had been adopted and you were trying to figure it all out but I think it was something that was happening even before. I got into organized sports because I was playing in the Sandlot. I was playing with guys who are older than me. Always had guys older than me around me. I think it made me tougher to and Mamie excel kind of quicker in earlier and I just think that I was always out there trying to show them and I'm GONNA knock the wind out of me all kinds of stuff about combat crime. Whatever Day was was real like I said he was really tell. So he's like man you know you go out there and you you hold your own and you'll be fine and all these things but I think I think it helped fuel. He actually yeah. Let me ask you a little bit about Harrisburg Pennsylvania because it is Pennsylvania and I spent some time in West Virginia and I know the the steel mentality in. What was the city like? Yeah it's like the blue collar in those hard hardworking people p small though Considering you know that is the capital is this the capital of Pennsylvania. People don't know that they're like what it's not philly. It's not Pittsburgh I mean why Harrisburg and I think that it's it. Made US have a chip. Most of the people are growing. They're kind of a little chip on their shoulder. About things you know is always new. York is always Philadelphia's always Pittsburgh's someone else and not us so even the players they're in a like myself in Shawn McCoy. Another player that came came from there. We went to the same high school with Bishop McDevitt and you kind of have a chip on your shoulder. You WanNa prove yourself and you want to. You can make it because a lot of the people there would say things like to me and they will say to him too. Because I know him. And that you're not gonNA make it or no one else made it out of here what's GonNa make you any different. It was always like something's going to happen but we have some great players. They came before us. They didn't make it because of whatever reason they got in trouble or you know different. Things happen to them derailed them. So I know for me. I really wanted to prove that I was going to make a be successful. Let me ask you about the pipeline to Notre Dame. How did you end up at Notre Dame now? I know you went to a Catholic. High school was that the automatic pipeline does. Where was her? No doubt that you were going to because you were an outstanding ball player and up at Notre Dame. I thought there was doubt because my parents told me you know we brought you up. We raised you. We know that you are GonNa make the right decision and then it turned into. We're not GonNa let you make the wrong decisions going to Notre Dame buddy our to go his whole life and I was going to Notre Dame. I didn't realize that I when I was courting all these teams and it was just so exciting. You all these great coaches coming into my living room. Paterno and bone Sham Boeckler. All these amazing coaches you know I could have went to any of those teams and just been so happy so it wasn't like my head was swimming and I think they realize that and they say well we're GONNA help you narrow it down to Notre Dame could ask you. I gotta ask you the obvious. Question Your first impression of Lou Holtz. When he's he's so articulate so smooth in in refined that you're going to be impressed with him I was impressed by parents. Were impressed everyone. Who had a chance to talk was impressed in my coaches and high school? Were impressed my my head coach coach. Renfrew who who are love it was just like such a such a great mentor for me. He he thought that it would be a great fit for me as well. I gotta ask you also another question. I have talked to other Notre Dame ball players and others that played for Lou Holtz and they all told me there was always somebody on the team that could mimic Lou Holtz. Oh you have to be able to do a Tim. Tim Brown told me some great stories about that. But you tell somebody what they would do do with him as a coach behind his back a little bit tell you there are a lot of guys they could do him. Very well One of the best though he passed away Andre Jones Play with me was a linebacker. Great player great personality and he would talk like him and I swear if you were not looking at him and you were looking at the way you would think coached. Us Walk in there. He'll scare you you. Hey guys what are you doing? Whatever I'm going. Oh we all scared you know. He had to list down everything I mean he was better than I am and in guys would always joke him behind his back because I swear for him to be what hundred and forty pounds or something soaking wet. You're very afraid of him because he he did. He demanded respect. He's one of those guys that when he comes out there he has his piping he's he's he's hitting their pipe in his head and you know when he starts to walk across there. That is serious. Now let's get ready for practice either done. I don't think I know a coach who has as many one liners as he does. Motivating one liners. He told me one time. We got a ball player that was not playing particularly in the NFL. That had been very good for him and he said he said I called him. He said by the way so and so he says that somebody steal your uniform and he said what do you mean? He said well. I saw him on. Sunday did not look like you and hung up on but what was his pregame halftime speeches like amazing amazing. I mean he can make you run into a brick wall. I'm telling you man. What what are the ones that I definitely remember? As when we were playing against Miami hurricanes and that was the big showdown every time we play them every year and he just said Jimmy Johnson. You know what I'm talking about Jimmy Johnson this and that and they're taming this anti till he's A. I'll tell you what you don't take a backseat to anybody. He said. Because you're going to look out here and you're GonNa see me on the fifty yard line and you're GONNA SEE. I'm going to be kicking his book so he was like. I'M READY TO FIGHT. And it just like got so fired up but he said it his way and it was just awesome for him to say something like that like. He's ready to fight. He's ready to go out there and play and hope that we're ready to play. And so he he knows what to say at the right time to get you motivated and there was many times he kick us off the field times the hill start practice all over again. We'd be halfway through practice okay. We're going all the way back to the first period. If that's what he thinks we need to do. And of course we'd be like coach. No please whatever no no. I'm not playing no after you. Whatever and you have a perfect practice after that if you weren't quite into it I guarantee you'll be into it after that. Ricky watters is with us in the studio. We're talking about not only outstanding college career which resulted in a national championship. We'll talk about that season. In just a moment. Some of the players he played with at Notre Dame and then we'll transition into his final eleven season career in the national football league with the forty niners Philadelphia and Seattle and as I pointed out he is a member of the ten thousand yard rushing team and he had six straight seasons rushing for more than a thousand yards. 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Yes and that team as I watched them. During that course of the season I did not see a weakness in that team as a player. How would you evaluate that national championship team? Oh my God. Obviously a bit biased. But I mean I think that I have been blessed to play on to me to the best teams ever on on on the level. The plan with the forty niners their ninety four team. I feel like we could play with any team in any era and we would hold our own. I feel the same way about that team that we had in Notre Dame. Our second team players were could start on other teams. We just had a very deep group. We love each other. We played for each other. We really cared about each other. It was just a fun time from an crazy thing about it. We're still for instance day if I go down to Dallas Texas whatever I already know I can go see rocket ishmail. I know I could stay with him on August Tim Brown. I know those guys will open the door for me and open arms in the same thing if they come to my town there there guys in Chicago. That is like that PAT. That's why I'm GonNa go stay with when I go there and Tony. Rice were still good for instance day so we have something that was very special. We cared about each other. We loved playing together. We love hanging with each other. We spent a lot of time with each other. And I think that's what made us so great and we had from top to bottom. We had a coach. That really cares and really wanted to win. An all the way down. Everyone was engaged in that way. What was the year that you got transferred from receiver to running back? That was my sophomore year. I you went there as a as a wide receiver to begin with no as a running back as a running play quarterback. I play running back. I play wide receiver. So that's what made me so valuable to the colleges that we're looking at me. Did you always have such good hands? Yes but I also believe that working as receiver with the at Notre Dame definitely helped me with the forty niners when I got there in to the Eagles and Seahawks after winning the National Championship in eighty eight eighty nine. Everybody thought you would repeat as National Championship. It didn't work out that way when you think back on that season especially at the end of it Do you still shake your head a little bit. Ricky yeah I mean. It's tough because we were always in it and we always right there and then especially when you go and we we win. We Win Orange Bull and we'd be Colorado but then because we lost the Miami earlier they gave it to to Miami sold out. That was tough for us. I swear three years in a row we could wanted. We're like right there and then we lost a Colorado also in orange bowl so that's when Colorado was a tough team back then had a really good players but I just I just think that we we right there right there and I and I look back and I say guy besides size our first year we well we lost maybe three games in three years so I think we had a great team. Let me ask is pick in the second round by the forty niners. What did you know about that organization? All I knew was on all the buildings that Notre Dame I saw a department then no which I meant to. I got their excellence a great organization that I you know. I'm still proud that I played for and the fact that they that they drafted me and I was able to go there and play. You don't understand that when it's happening when I was playing you know it was just awesome and in to play on a great great team like that year. The perfect person to ask this because people heard how good he was to his players what the organization was like and everything. But you know hearing those words and not knowing what it feels like somebody that lived it like you did in everybody to tell everybody what that was really all about what it felt like to be a player in an organization like that it was amazing because from top to bottom everyone had the same mentality and that was to win in to be the best in the care yourself in a certain way as a professional so it was just great to be around that into see that and to see a an owner who's engaged. He was engaged in nine away that he was too much in it and he was like tell calling the shots or telling everybody what to do something like that but he was there and made you feel like it was family. It was definitely more of a family atmosphere than any other place that I played. I've always thought that the expectation that Eddie put on his coaches Bill Walsh put on George Siefert put on. His players was probably pretty good because players are used to expectations. They're used to being you know yelled at maybe to some degree. And if you're paying top dollar you WANNA see top performance in return. Did that ever bother you or the players? Oh No I actually. No one could put more on me than I put on myself so I always wanted to be the best. One wanted to just scored three touchdowns every drive in some way of doing it. So you know I. I stay motivated. Greatest thing was. We had a lot of leadership on that team. And a Lotta guys. They showed me the way and show me how to be a professional. So like I said it wasn't just the owners. When the coaches it was all the way down from from the top to the bottom. Everyone was focused. We will go into meeting. Rooms and people are fired up to watch him. And they're telling you what supposed to watch and you understand what you're doing and you're in a spun guys getting pumped up rolling up their sleeves. They're going that way room. Jerry Rice is just as potent as anyone else to go in there and lift weights because it was it was serious to us. We realize we had to do and I learned from those guys. They showed me the way you know when I think back on those Super Bowl championship teams. I I three that I was very close to and then the other two as well and I think about Jerry Rice and I think about Ronnie Lott and I think about all Roger Craig all of them come to mind you come help me. Yeah exactly I mean they. Everybody was like a mentor to somebody and I'm said this before but When it comes to discipline when it comes to kind of motivation to some degree the great thing about the forty nine or organization was it did not necessarily come from the head coach. It was the players in the locker room themselves. Yeah and we'd go say hey rookie. We don't do it this way. This is the way we do it with the forty nine. Let's go to the Super Bowl when you think back on that in the lead up to it in that particular season take me through it a little bit. What was so special about that season for you. Oh my God. That season was amazing. Because we have some of the best players that I've ever seen who were on our team. They weren't starters. I mean rickey. Jackson came to our team back. Then I mean we add Richard Dent. I mean we have some great players that were there and all those guys would talk to me. They would all help me. They would all put mental Soundbites in my head you know that are positive soundbites and it was just great to be around that but to see everyone going at each other the way we were we practice so hard that the game was easy and we would go weeks without the ball touching the ground. No fumbles no miss snaps. No on dropbox everything. Everyone's just like we had perfect practice and I can remember that year. We didn't wear pads much because coach safer told us as long as we are perfect practices as long as. We're focused on what we're supposed to do. He wasn't going to beat us up and have us in pads and it ended up being that we never pads. Because we're doing so well so that is really was fun to be a part of but also to watch some of the individuals like Dion. Go up against Jerry. He watching that in practice. Those things that you that kind of sets the tone and the president you see a great defense a back like that going against a great receiver like that and they're working hard and practice. Everyone needs to work hard in practice. Then you see these these guys going at each other Steve Wallis you know going against Richard Dent. These guys are Harris Barton. Going against these guys. And it's just Rickey Jackson you know and just to see that in those dynamics and see 'em played out was just great to be a part of and to understand this is what is about. We got about ninety seconds before we have to break again. But I'm just wondering when you take a look at that super bowl. Did you guys feel just by reading the body language of San Diego that you know? This wasn't going to be much of a contest. Well you you never know that or feel that going into the game We didn't we felt like they knew pretty good so they might be very prepared for us but we knew we were prepared and we know that we were once we got past Dallas. Just like there's no way we're GONNA lose this game whatever we have to do but you never think it's going to go the way when I I can remember thinking because it was kind of smoky because they shoot fireworks and everything and I remember we jumped up on them so fast it was like twenty one nothing twenty nothing and I thought I was GonNa wake up and realize that I was dreaming and hadn't even started yet because it happened so well it was exactly what we talked about exactly how we felt like we had the attack them their weaknesses. Everything all played out we. It was just a masterful job from our coaching staff of getting US prepared but then the players go out there and doing the job. What do you remember most about that game? I just remember I just remember scoring so many times how we describe it was it was just crazy and and how extremely accurate. Steve was Steve Young. I mean he was just own point all day long. He was throwing dimes everywhere. He's making the right reads. It was just. It was just amazing to be a part of that and everyone playing so well and not in a bragging way or not anything like that. You know we weren't. The type of team is going to like show you up or anything. We're just we're like attracting we're in great shape. It was born. Of course Steve was trying to get the guerrilla off his back because he had never been able to win a super bowl. We'll talk a little bit more about that and also the other stops along the way in this Young fine athletes history as well that was Philadelphia and Seattle as well. We do that as we continue with more of you and sports byline is making miss the winning dunk and cost your team championship. What are your thoughts well? I switched to boost mobile and got a super fast network of four free Samsung Galaxy phones. So even when we lose a steal it wasn't easy fastbreak and no one was near. You know what's fast who smoke super fast network there calling your shot. 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It was it was something I didn't really. I still don't all the way understand what happened because it was. It was one of those things I haven't made me a transition player and didn't understand what that meant. My agent told me that means you can shop yourself to other teams that they can put money for you and the forty nine the first right of refusal so what we have to do now is kind of shop you around to these teams and I was like i WanNa do that. Want to stay here. You don't get paid right here and it was time for me to get paid and I thought I was going to. And everything's GonNa work. You're trying to keep so many different players so I understand from a business standpoint with the niners how the whole thing went down but he had the last thing I thought was dead. I would end up somewhere else and Philadelphia was my first stop. I thought I was going to go to other places too. We had other stops to make in Kansas City in some of these other teams and They they I guess they put up an offer that the forty niners didn't WanNA match. I know what they told me. Census there's some of it was guaranteed money and they don't give guaranteed contracts but I wish they worked it out. Did you have any hesitation about going to Philadelphia because you know the reputation of Philadelphia Eagles fans? I mean they boo Santa Claus Blueback landings at the airport and that sort of thing and that can be a very hostile atmosphere. It was like going home for you because you grew up in Harrisburg Pennsylvania but also that's usually a two edged sword for a player to return home and that's what I found out but that's not what I thought going in actually. I thought that they would love me because I'm a hometown. Guy In my whole thought was once I realized I'm not going to forty niners anymore. Going to the Eagles Western Win Super Bowl there in bring super bowl home to Pennsylvania and headed turn out to be. I mean what what happened with the fans and I think I think it was it was. I think the fans love me. I still go back in fans are great and they've always been really really awesome To me even after I went to Seattle I came back. I didn't know how it would be received. But it was thirty two jerseys all over the place and there was this awesome feeling and so the fans. I I LOVE THE FANS. I love their passion. They really WANNA to win. But I just thought that it was it was it was a lot of scrutiny. There's a lot of scrutiny and I it comes from the media more than just GonNa go there with the media because you know for who for what was the saying. You took a lot of heat for that. And what were the circumstances behind you uttering that because I always thought it was taken out of context I definitely think so in what I was actually saying and did say you know was was that I have many more plays to make here. You know. It's the first game we were out of it. People don't understand the plays the same playoff scored that touchdown with forty nine. Is this the same route? So it's it's IT'S A. It's a short window. You gotTA stick it in that window. And hopefully you get the guys to bite on outside with the wide receivers and in that situation with the what the eagles they. Oh Randall came back. He ducked down guy. Tried to get any duck down and at that point you come away from me and you go to somewhere else. But I'm sure he bleeds in me and believe that we can make the play down there. I started to stop within softball so I kept running and I just heard this in my head just said look out you know and I looked and just as second it win by God you know. Of course I'm GonNa make the play and everything but at the same time you know what? I was trying to explain to him that that's a dangerous play as dangerous. Play for me. Would've kissed the ball with if I got knocked out with fun can't play the rest of the season. I'm no good for you so you know. That's what I was actually saying. And I think I was prophetic cornet because if you look at what's happening in the NFL you look at these players. In in junior sales one of them you know passed away so I think you have to realize that like I was trying to tell them. It's not something that I intentionally thought of and said I'm not gonNA catch that ball that it just happened. I've always thought to and correct me. If you think I'm wrong about this but I really thought that Philadelphia has been an underachieving team. The years I mean they've had their opportunities championships. They met their opportunity to go deep in the playoffs. And I don't know what was missing. I mean even when Andy Reid was there as well and they had all the elements to it. There's something that was missing. Have you ever been able to reflect on it and put put your finger on the problem? I really think it wears you out. So much scrutiny. All the time when I was there with so much scrutiny and I was playing great ball I mean. Even that year. We're talking about. That was the first that was the first game the game and then after that all pro all pro year went to pro did did welcome my team in help and help them get to play offs. So I mean it's it's one of those things that one minute is like the guy you're gonna be the next minute you're a bomb here in is hard to play like that. Yeah and that's Philadelphia and another example of it. Alan Iverson because remember. He uttered that comment about who needs practice type of thing and they were all over him now. I know what he was trying to say but it wasn't the way they took it and they portrayed it and they just they just crucified him in and that now were you happy to get out of Philadelphia and go to Seattle. Well not at the time. Actually I wanted to stay there and prove myself possess the type of person I am. I wanted to stay to improve myself and still win a championship for them. But you know once once they didn't they didn't keep me and they felt like they could get the same. What I've heard is the same productivity in our with Charlie Garner and do staley that they could get from from me so can't feel bad about that. You know that they that they seem either way so obviously I just think it was one of those things that they had to either pay me or or see if they could go somewhere else. So but Being able to go to Seattle at the time and Warren Moon being there was was a good feeling was a good feeling. I really thought we had a good chance. We started out really good that year to we actually went back in Blue Eagles out. It was like forty eight to nothing that There next year so I I was happy once I got there was I got to Seattle. I was happy and I thought that we had a really good makeup. But the same thing happened Warren Moon goes down. It's like Randall. Went down then. We start playing with all these different quarterbacks. And it's tough if you don't have that top-flight quarterback is hard to go to the championship and it's a different atmosphere now. I was in Seattle in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy six. When they launched that franchise so I know what it was like and everything and you compare the fans in Philadelphia who are rabid and then you take the North West fans. It's a little bit of different atmosphere. Did you feel as much pressure from the fans or for the media up there as you didn't Philadelphia? Oh not at all not at all. I felt that they were. They were happy I was there. They were happy with what? I'm different person in a different player myself at that point because now I was the veteran I was the leader. I felt like I had really good leadership Eh. Philadelphia's will but I definitely had it all but I got to Seattle in the understanding of you know with this thing was all about so. I just think that everything was going really good. Everything was going really good. Sei do not that. We had a really good chance like said without the quarterback situation. Going down like that. I think we could've showed Mike. Mike Holmgren was your coach up there and I'm just wondering We knew about what he did in Green Bay and then he comes to Seattle. What do you see about him? That maybe have been different than what you'd seen before and other coaches. Well yeah well I I already knew about him because he at the niners and I knew what kind of coach I was and what he was gonna come in and do so. There wasn't anything to shocked me or anything. But he's no nonsense code right. I like no nonsense coaches though because I want to win you know I I. There were times actually in Philadelphia and Seattle within Europe players. Looking up in the stands talking about what they're gonNA do after the game and we're losing. I don't like that kind of thing you know. I'm I'm about winning. I want to win every every game. The weren't were on the on the field so that that was kind of tough for me. Because you didn't have that at all with the forty niners. I mean they were. Everyone's focused everyone and to try to get that into. The young guys heads was was was a tougher situation than I thought it would be. You know ricky upset before that I think you deserve a recognition in the hall of fame and I've said that for a couple of reasons one what you did as a receiver as well as a running back. I mean if you take a look at those two numbers and everything and the other thing is the fact that want Super Bowl Championship. You rush for over ten thousand yards. I mean you were everything I think. A Hall of fame running back should be but for some particular reason it has not happened and I know I saw a poll where you were in the top seven of running backs that had accomplished a great deal but had not been elected to the hall of fame. Why do you think you're not being giving consideration to the degree you deserve? Well there's not like I could sit there and say there's somebody who has gone in. They shouldn't be in there so I mean there's a lot of guys they deserve to be in near so understand that part of it and only way I can look at it. It is how I look at everything. Positively in that going to happen and that is going to happen sooner than later because I believe I do belong in there. I believe in. I mean what? What do you want longevity ahead that you know I played I? I was there I wasn't you know a guy who who was on one year off. The next year is consistently a top flight player. And if you talk about pro bowls I if I you know all pro three. So it's like what would they don't talk about all men's anymore but five don't know I used to be big too you know. And that shows that you're a tough player and if you make all men team so I mean everything that you want like you said from a player. You know playoffs five. Touchdowns got the record three touchdown super bowl records. So it's like I do I. I wasn't one of those. I wasn't on a team that just ran the ball. So I would I couldn't have those gardy rushing stats like I could have been able to if I was playing for a team like that ran the ball and had big linemen and all that Dallas cowboys. Are you know Pittsburgh one of those teams? But I think that with my with I had to work with different coordinators. Different coaches different schemes. Everything that we did for the most part I was in the west coast offense but it was different different tweaks to the west coast offense than for me to stay the way I did playing at such a high level. I just think that I I obviously deserve condition. You know as well as I do. Fifteen twenty years ago part of the discussion would never be. How are you now? Your career is over with because of the concussion issue and the injury issue but I think it's something that needs to be talked about only from an informative standpoint. Let people know what this game is really like in the damage that it does the players you mentioned junior say. Of course there's been other players who have lost. Their lives are taking their ex. Exactly how are You well? Have you asked me? I'm great but I think that when you really look at it you have to have people around you who will tell you the truth about it because especially the brain the brain situation because if something doesn't happen right away it's not something that you as a person can definitely feel but after my like my family is told me different things that they've noticed and once. I started paying attention to it. It's it's pretty true. 'cause a lot of things came to me very easily. I like a photographic memory. I could remember things like that not anymore. Now maybe somebody that's age getting a little older but at the same time I know how many the headstart Silken after talking to doctors now understanding what that all those times I got hit that I just thought. Oh now I'm ready to go and just like woke me up and Gama. Bell rang a little bit. Those were mild concussions. So that I had all these concussions. And why wouldn't why? And how wouldn't it affects you? It has to affect you in some way and you know things are a little bit more frustrating for me that used to be easier. There are different things that I have to watch out for and look out for Mood swings and different things so I handle it. I do what I take vitamins. I take different things that they've told me we'll help and and I play games into from mind games. I Love Mine Games anyway and those things help but even from a physical standpoint from head to toe I mean it all depends on pick a day is my ankle is my toes. People don't realize that turf toe thing they're always like oh man guy turtle try running without your try doing anything without your being able to engage with the ground like it's supposed to so you know there's there's a lot of things that happen to you. I got an MCSE CEO and it still bothers me. I never got surgery on it because I was able to play on it so I just kept playing but you know I feel that there are definitely things that I feel. Let me put your mind at ease because at my age. I have a saying and you can use this by the way as you get older. The mind is the second thing to go and I forgot the first. You can use that because there's a lot of times I feel real stupid because I can't remember anything I want to thank you for coming in and talking from the heart first of all talking about the fact that you were adopted. I'm sure that's a message that a lot of people can relate to but there are not very many people who have strap on a helmet and shoulder pads and have gone out and won a national championship in college. Football have also won a super bowl. Championship have rushed for ten thousand yards of set records in the National Football League. And my friend you have done all of that and you did it with distinction. But there's another thing you conducted yourself off the field as professionally as you did on the field. Thank you for coming in. I appreciate that book Ricky waters with us. 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Who is taking an inside and hard look at college football in his book called? Billion dollar ball a journey through the big money culture of college football and anybody who doesn't think the college sports particularly football or basketball is not big business. Well they got to rethink that position. Gilbert's book is an examination of how college football has come to dominate some of our best most prestigious universities reframing campus values distorting academic missions and transforming athletic departments into rich entertainment factories as many university presidents. Look the other way for a long time. I've talked about this on sports byline because they get real upset with the universities and colleges not really truly helping the athlete who are creating billions of dollars for the colleges and universities. Now I'm not saying they should be paid a salary. I don't think she should be paid a salary but I do think that they ought to be able to get a stipend covers all their expenses. And I'm talking about everybody who is under scholarship and probably even some of the non scholarship athletes and some of the other minor sports. They're making billions of dollars. They can take some of that money and put it into an Annuity Fund. That can help these kids. These athletes men and women. Gilbert takes a look at how daunting and difficult. It was to really write this book. So we'll talk to him in just a moment about that in a little bit later on. Dante. Wesley is going to join us. Defensive Back who played nine years in the NFL seven with the Carolina Panthers after playing his College Ball at the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff and he was drafted in the fourth round. It's always fascinating to me that that goes to a little school. I think they have a standard that they have to meet. 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Billion dollar ball a journey through the big money culture of college football is book is an examination of how college football has come to dominate some of our best most prestigious universities reframing campus values distorting academic missions and transforming athletic departments into rich entertainment factories as many university presidents. Look the other way. You'll let me ask you first of all. How daunting and difficult was it for you to write this book with everyone? Wanting to protect college sports is financial. Golden Goose Yeah. Well you know there are a number of challenges From the reporting standpoint in the beginning just from being able to gather all the data You know it sounds like it should be relatively simple to do. But it's not that transparent. Some colleges like Oregon Kansas which I do write about in the book or actually Plaudits to them because they're very open about what they spend and in case Oregon at least very proud of what they do other schools very tough to crack The private schools in particular but also some of the public schools so I ended up using for it has information act requests in order to get the data to pry it out of them The president's were Buying Large At the big football schools. Reluctant to speak with me. They just you know My conclusion is they're embarrassed by what's going on because look after all their educators and that's supposed to be the primary mission yet here. They're promoting football as as their primary brand so I'm guessing that they're embarrassed by it And they're reluctant to talk. Iran ran into that at Oregon. Alabama Penn state where I had made multiple approaches and visited the campuses and wanted to talk with the and they turned me down So you know I had to overcome that I was able to work around it. You always are And I was able to work around it. And there were some presidents who spoke with me lots of presidents surprisingly at the schools. That don't have all the money. What I call the have nots. The sixty or so schools that are playing division one. Football don't have They're not part of the super conferences. There They don't have the television money. They don't have the Uh seat donation money. They don't have the corporate sponsor money. Their stadiums are half empty. Half of the time But surprisingly those this person is for a lot more open. You must have had some idea going into this project What you might find. What was it that surprised you about it as you got into it and then after you had a chance to reflect on it. Yeah so I I mean I. I have two answers. The first one is that I thought I knew a lot about college football Going into this I had done some reporting in the area and I used to be a really big fan of college football much less today than than I used to be but I was surprised across the board By lots of stuff and I'm not easily surprised because I've done you know I was a reporter for forty years basically and did all kinds of stories on some of them you know involving some some fairly fairly heavy duty subjects and You know so Not Easily surprised but I was The one story that stands out for me the one I happen to love. It's my favorite is a story. A chapter in the book called how women's Rowing Save College football and it's a story about title nine. It's a story about women in its took but it's also about football and basically what it is is in the mid nineties. The eighties realized they had a problem. Football had grown so big squads are so large The money was so big. There's nothing on the women's side that was comparable while there Teams were small. They didn't have lots of athletes. Couldn't offset those football numbers for title? I'm purposes so what happens. Is they decide that they need a lot of body so they decide they're going to. They're going to start really pushing women's rowing and the reason for that is. It's relatively inexpensive You can get big numbers because you can put a lot of women and you know in the eight and then in the fours and to a certain extent in the pairs you can. You can offset those football number. So you see this dramatic explosion in the data From the mid nineties up until about two thousand twelve and you see doubling and tripling and women's rowing programs the good news there is women. Get a great sport. It's challenging. It's a wonderful sport. I fell in love with the sport actually and The band is is that They get twenty scholarships compared with eighty five for college football. And how you can explain or justify that with the same number of athletes and responsibilities. I don't know but that's what it is. And the coaches are paid like a tenth of what the College Football Coaches get. The major disconnect As I see it because I've been involved with both college sports and Professional Sports as well and you mentioned about the scholarship and I used to get into discussions. I will use that word with the people when we were talking about equal. Pay For College. Basketball Coaches Women in college basketball coaches men and everybody would call in and say well but they're not generating not generating the revenue. But my argument was there is. I'll tell you what if you have to farmers and you give one farmer attractor and you give the other one a mule. Which one do you think's going to do the better job in the fastest? And that is the big disconnect. Is it not with people Oh it absolutely is the primary you put your finger on it. The primary justification that you hear from the athletic director says well look We understand there's all this money and you know and it's being generated by this football first business model but look we're using this money to help cover the poor sports well as you point out You know they're not actually investing a whole hell of a lot of money into the port sports in the first place. So how are they going to turn out to be successful generating money? So that's one aspect the other aspect. I would argue is well. You know y create a separate business model for athletics at these elite schools If you truly believe that participating in a sport is educational and the President's will tell you that wink wink then. Why don't you treat it that way? Why don't you want it to run your programs through the university instead of running them as basically standalone entertainment divisions and run it through the normal budget process if he did You know the costs are going to Are going to damp down. the inflation Flannery spiral of college. Sports is is going to slow dramatically Probably the run up in the ramping up of These excessive salaries for for the football coaches is going to slow down And so on but you know they don't WanNa do that they're afraid to take it on and In part because they probably figure they'll lose their heads of. They tried to do that. One of the things that I have found across the board whether it be cities that are trying to get professional football franchises or any professional. Sports Franchises are even in college sports as well. Gilbert is the disconnect again between the fact that sports is big business. It's not sport and I mean most fans because they don't understand the intricacies of the business side of sports Is that way as well. And when that happens you presidents you have chancellor's you have people that don't know whether the ball is stuffed or blown up and so therefore they don't necessarily make good business decisions. Do they know they don't in fact I had some interesting conversations with Holden. Thorpe who was the chancellor at UNC and Left after This This academic scandal at UNC. Which is still ongoing now and and they discovered had been ongoing for eighteen years when everybody thought Carolina was one of the exemplary programs in the nation clean No problems the Carolina Way and yet You know they've been Having this cheating problem down there for eighteen years according to the outside investigators and you know what was interesting about him was that that When he was interviewed to become Chancellor and he's a brilliant guy. I love him to death. I mean he's a real academic really believe that education But it had almost no interested in sports when he's fired. He told me they asked him one question about athletics. One question and they have what eighty billion dollar program there and they only have one question so really you know I it sort of it sort of ends up that they don't really want to know what's going on. And that's true with a lot of presidents had conversations with some of these guys and you know what they didn't really want to know what's going on because they knew what's going on they would have to deal with and honestly don't think they want to and that results in as you're saying a lot an awful lot of bad business decisions which also work away down to the athletic directors. We have a minute before we have to break. But also there's a conflict of interest because what happens at universities are the fact that they're looking for checks from alums alums of course looking for influence and then you have the president's who are hopping on alums corporate jets and flying off to the ball games. So they really have a conflict of interest that they can't make the best decisions for the program well and as somebody told me in the book I mean is is their role to be cheerleaders for the Athletic Department or their role to provide oversight both fiduciary and otherwise for those programs. Yeah one other thing. Too is an athletic directors. I remember when their job was to oversee the athletic programs at the university and now they're much more fundraisers than they are overseeing programs. Yeah and You know really big time. Ceo's of those programs We'll take a break here. Come back on the other side. We've got Gilbert Gaul with us. I'm going to recommend this book highly to you. 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Been a proponent and I've said very loudly on the air on this program is that I don't understand how universities and colleges can pay coaches for extended periods of time or even extend their contracts out long When you don't know what's going to happen in two years or three years and then if it doesn't work out there left on the hook for paying the coach off and you have in the book Certainly a perfect example of that. And I talked about this Charlie Weis situation at Notre Dame in Kansas. Right so I was. I was interested in justification for the salaries which have gone up dramatically over the last decade in decade of half of head. Football coaches in particular. And you know how you can justify paying somebody. Seven point one million dollars. Nick Sabin at Alabama or five million four other places or you know four million a year when you're you're making the college football coach the highest paid public and play in the state So you know I went to explore that question and to figure out. Well what are the metrics that you and everybody says the same thing they say? Well you know it's the market. There's only a few select guys who can run a program like this and I thought to myself. How's that possible? You know happened to be so few people who can run a successful football program and if you think about it for a moment each one of these program elite programs has a head coach and then you have nine full time. Assistant coaches who are also paid Rather grandly by these buddies programs so are you saying if you add up all those coaches that there aren't a handful that might be willing to become the head coach at that school for a million dollars in couldn't run the program successfully or a million and a half dollars you have to pay them. Four point five million look at James Franklin at Penn state he comes from Vanderbilt now. He was a highly regarded assistant. Coach I give them that no question about it. I soon as a very good football coach. But Penn state hires the guy for four point. Five million dollars this after. You know the scent Sandusky Scandal and after Bill O'Brien left after two years to go down and take over the Houston oilers Y four point five nine. Did it really take that much to hire this guy? What it told me was that To a certain degree ten state was still so desperate to be one of the top football programs in the country after the scandal that they were willing to open their checkbook and basically pay anything to hire the sky and Franklin had been the head coach. I think for three years at Vanderbilt and they did okay. You know. He didn't do great but he did. Okay but you know. Four point five million. What is the basis for that? Yeah I might point out because you and I are both journalists. They are no longer the Houston oilers by the way. They're the Houston Tex. I I'm I'm an old fart. I probably you know the argument. I'm sure Gilbert that other people will make and you pointed out in the book that the elite of College football they collected more than a half billion in profits last year from their football programs in Texas alone made a seventy eight million dollar profit in their program and people would say well if you had a CEO and he was generating that type of revenue than his salary and the people on his staff would be would be justified. Is it justified using that argument? No I mean here's here's how I attack that argument so if you look at Databases of private companies of comparible size. You know let's say for sake of argument sixty two to ninety million dollars But Texas is a bit of an L. Are so out of the equation and you look at what the pay in the private sector is for. Ceo's it's not that high. It's not seven million dollars. It's not five million dollars. Those guys are it's mostly guys in in some women you know they're mostly earning a lot closer to a million. Maybe one point five million to run up company that size and the other way of thinking about it is okay. College football comes under the umbrella of Of the charitable mission of these universities so ineffective. It's considered a charity a nonprofit okay. Let's look at charities and what people are paid in charities and so take the Red Cross Gail McGovern. Ceo of Red Cross. Which is I think. Three point five three point. Two billion dollar a year organization is paid five hundred thousand dollars. Is it any easier running the Red Cross than it is running the College Football Program? I don't think so. So you know. The arguments about salary are based on on a lot of assumptions. That people just don't challenge very hard. They don't think it through and unfortunately a lot of sports writers don't have backgrounds and economic and business and they don't necessarily think about that and if they did you know they'd probably be ostracized by the college program. You point out in the book two thousand thirteen. The highest paid public employees twenty-seven states for the college football coaches and one example. Certainly Nick Saving the head. Coach at Alabama was paid seven million dollars or about seventy times. What a full professor at the same school makes now. I know that there is a lot of behind the scenes unhappiness with academia. Who Don't feel that. They're getting what they deserve to make. What is that doing on college campuses? Well I I mean I think that It's a mix. I mean some some professors don't that they don't care honestly they don't care if it's just what it is and they you know they're they're happy to be paid what they're paid and you know. I mean it's not like like those professors are starving. I mean you know if they're if you're getting a hundred and thirty thousand dollars a year. I think about that in a national context. That's still a fair amount of money. And plus again you know great benefits packages on top of it healthcare So you know. It's not like they're starving. So let's just say front but the point being that you have to compare the salaries against something and if you're going to argue that college coaches are educators. Which a lot of a lot of folks do well then. Let's compare them with educators. Compare them with the president's compare them with with what full professors earned. And you know it's not even remotely close. Is there anything else that surprised you about the programs? And what is it indicative of as we move forward in college athletics? Well you know a lot of things. Surprised me about about the programs You know the size of the prophets is is even when you just put it down there and you stare at it and you say wow and ninety nine You know they were. They were making one hundred and forty nine million dollars in profits which you know is a lot of money in and of itself and then and then in two thousand by two thousand twelve. It's over half a billion dollars. Not The revenues jump from two hundred and twenty nine million two to nearly eight hundred million during that time period. I mean I. I've been around the block a few times and I was still surprised by the by the by the level of growth The academic support centers. We haven't talked about those things are fascinating so you look at Oregon and their spend. They got a check written by Phil Knight He built them. Forty two million dollar academic support center that is exclusively used for athletes. And when we say athletes you know we're largely talking about football and basketball players. I mean they're the they're the the problem. Sports academically Historically and and you know they have you go to that places I did and it looks like a Modern Museum of art is unbelievably lavish and beautiful But it's only for these athletes if you're a regular Oregon student and you need tutoring or you probably have to pay for it soon. You can find it. I mean there's nothing remotely comparable so is is. What kind of message does that send about? What you value At the university they're building these Cathedral of stadiums on college campuses around the country as well. And You bring up something that I've been aware of and I just rail against and that's the seat donations wondering explain to everybody. What that's about sure so The eighties when when they set out to basically run the department's without University money at these elite football skulls They set out and They developed this This Mechanism this trick. So if you wanted to get one of the better seats in the stadium Beyond just paying for the face value of your season ticket they said you know we're going to charge you You know could range anywhere from a few hundred a few hundred dollars to Thousands of dollars even as high as twenty thousand dollars a year in order to continue to hold that seat in that stadium. You have to pay. It's a mandatory payment. Would this orwellian term called a seat donation has if you were actually giving a gift to charity which it clearly isn't it's a quid pro quo? It's a purchase. You know you're buying something of value. What happened was the. Irs looked at this in the mid eighties. And they said this is a quid pro quo. It's not charity is not a gift we're GONNA attack. And then the the college football lobby got up in arms about it and then Congress which Loves College Football Stepped in and then four years later in eighty eight. They wrote into law. That anyone who gives You know this makes one of these. Payments to school gets to deduct eighty percent of the value against their taxes as though they were writing a check to the salvation army or to a homeless shelter when you think about it Where might we be with college? Sports saying another ten years. Wow that's that's an interesting question You know I do. Think there are some disruptive forces at play that are going to affect college football I think for the time being. It's it's fine. It's you know the they have all this money. They have the new television contracts. The conferences do they've set up their own. Regional Networks Big Ten network the PAC twelve the SEC. You have huge. Money flows coming into schools. I think that's going to continue for the time being but two things I think are changing on a horizon That they're not necessarily paying all that much attention to one. Is that the younger. Generations of students aren't nearly as loyal to the football programs as their predecessors. Older people were like me And and so going down the line You know are they going to somehow develop that loyalty? Or they're going to lose some of their fan base and if they lose some of their fan base that affects ticket revenue. It affects these donations. You know it affects lots of things. Gilbert Gaul is with us and we're talking about his book which is Billion Dollar Ball. I recommended to you. I want to thank you very much. Gilbert for your time because this has been a fascinating conversation one that we could continue for a long time going forward but your insights and the way. This book was written his just outstanding. Thank you very much for joining us on sports byline. Thank you so much for having me on April the again the name of the Book Billion Dollar Ball we continue across the country and around the world on sports byline. 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This is America's sports talk show sports byline USA. Here's Rhonda Dante. Wesley joins US on. Sports byline defensive back who played nine years in the NFL seven with Carolina after playing his college ball at the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff and he was drafted by Carolina in the fourth round. Dante how did you end up at the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff? But you know what That's that's a crazy question. I actually came out of high. I'm from Arkansas. And I came out of high school and I walked on a place for the Arkansas razorbacks. Oh two years and My I wasn't able to get a scholarship at the time. They wanted to get some scholarships lamb so I was kind of forced to come back to our time. Look where I was from and kind of Restart my career when you take a look at going from a big time program like Arkansas to a pine bluff type of program. I'm not trying to put it down in any way but there is a different size in a different competition. Tell me about the judgments you had to make you know what it was. It really was a blessing for me to go to the University of ourselves because they helped me. No more about the game and different speed of the game When I play with the razorbacks I mean at the SEC conference. I mean we played against the issues that Alabama Mississippi state and when I went to Arkansas. Pablo was actually slower for me. Which gave me advantage over the team that live in sweat offering but I really helped develop me into the athlete. Then I was going to later become Later on in my career Dante you know as well as I do. A lot of people claim that the SEC is the best football conference in the country. And I think they could make a strong argument for that. But tell me as an overview the teams that you played like Alabama and Mississippi and all of those teams. What's the commonality of all the good teams in the SEC? What is like the SEC? I mean you have a mixture of Mini athletes. I mean those are some of the those are some of the best aspects you can look at it f in the country On the when I was coming out paid men and was the quarterback for Tennessee. Numbers have put up and look. He's still playing the NFL if they so the competition level on the SEC SEC. Is I think and this is just my paint pictures. Great at this. I'm going to other tropical some other conferences but the the The MDC is a very very strong conference. How difficult is Dante to get yourself up a weekend after weekend? I mean when you're playing that type of competition I would think with school and everything else. It's awfully hard to stay at the top of your game where it's not hard weekly. I mean competition. Bring out the best of if you want to go out and compete I mean. Un competing against some of the athletes. When I always look at it with a majority of athletes that I was competing against with so having a chance to make it to the NFL later on and you kind of want to match yourself up against them and see kind of what are you saying. You know as well as I do. One of the traits of the National Football League they tend to label people by their size by their forty speed. And everything else. So when you came out you were taking in the fourth round where you labeled in any particular way and if so what was that label. I was just considered a hybrid athlete. When I was six one to its way of and I can run and I ran a four three and a forty. So that was that was some at the time Very different about me for me to be able to run and and and can run with some of the best of was unique though and majority of the guys in the NFL especially at something. I mean some might be fast. Might be superstrong. Some of it might be good at Man to man coverage I'd be good as on cubs but whatever you are going to bring out the best thing. I remember conversation. I had Dante with Darryl Green the hall of Famer and I was asking him about playing cornerback. I said what's the difficult part about it. And he said the receivers. I go up against know where they're going. That is true you back bell and then you kind of you kind of reacted up. Every move they make is almost like a box. Suboxone all the other bucket boxing in front of them so You have to have very good reaction and you'll regret it has to be runny. Lot also said to me. He's been a friend for a long time. He said to me the one thing you have to have as a defensive back as a short memory. It's like a closer in baseball. That's true that is true. Because I mean you can get beat for it's not GonNa be before touchdown or somebody could get the big pastime. You can't sit there and dwell in a moment you gotta get up and keep going and just trying to make the plane X. What did you expect pro football to be like? And how was it similar to or different from what you thought you know? Wh what's different about pro football? When I came out of college I felt like I was a great athlete and I said like you know going to Carolina. They was at that time Matt a Great Team. They actually just coming up in the football league and I feel like I was going to go there and just just be a takeoff and beat a number one daughter but when I got there and saw the athlete's Tabitha already on the team I had to ask myself. Why am I here because I mean I know I can play but some guys with better than me so everybody it really made me have to grow up as a player started studying more It it wasn't just my talent alone. I had to learn the game. Football just One of the things. I've always thought and feel free to correct me if I'm wrong on this. If you're playing at the college level in year an elite athlete there you have more talent than somebody else but when you come into the National Football League. I mean you may be better than that soft more of junior. You're playing against but you may be playing against a guy that's a ten or twelve year veteran and how does one make up that difference in experience detro- because when you when you in Congress I mean you play against guys that going to class every day but one thing about the NFL them guys studied you? That's a lot of athletes that have great rich career but when they come back a year. It's always a lot more difficult. Because teens have tax. They had time to study. And so one thing about it. When you coming into the League in the contract you gotta just always remember you know study said you play book you know. Watch more FAM. It's a job it's a it's a real to five job and you got to treat it as a business. That has a job. Tell me about the first time you met coach Fox. Oh man close fossil great man I mean I. I really enjoyed him I was thankful for him. Picking me up in the fourth round inject area at the time was my coordinator Re really enjoyed him and I mean we we have a great relationship has to communicate with. Fox's today you know. I know he's in Chicago now but we communicate with each other for me rate coachman. I really like in the first year. The panthers goes seven and nine the second year. That was something that was special. Because you guys went eleven and in the regular season but you made it all the way to the Super Bowl. Take me through that season. There's always probably twists and turns where a team can go one way or the other. What was it for the Panthers? That season You know what I think what actually turned US around. I think we got We were winning and we got beat by Tennessee. And Tennessee. Really mayhem with us all around the field and I think that's the way we bounced back. When we played against the saints the following weekend we won. I think that was a turning point about because we knew that that that we can take them and come back and fight again. Keep all about eve and when you got into the postseason tell me about the game. You played in the postseason. Oh man that was wonderful man. I mean we played against I gotTA remember. I know the first game was against Dallas Cowboys and Dallas asked to beat us in a regular season. We'd beat them in the playoffs. The second game was against The Saint Louis. Rams we'd be. We went up to Saint Louis so we won that game. I think in time. He's got some the game winning catch And in the NFC. Championship was with Against Philadelphia Donovan mcnabb with the quarterback and we just manhandled them and the Super Bowl as a great game against the Patriots. But Hey we lost by fear go at the end but you know what I mean. That was a remarkable season. I mean so. Let's make it man. We considered the CARDIAC CATS. Because we always wanted game within the last minute or two of the game so it was great man. It'd be a great thing. You should never feel bad about losing the Super Bowl. Oh I don't feel where my My Sikado NFC championship ring at my Carolina Nfc Championship ring. No the point. I was GONNA make a losing to Adam. Venit TERRY BECAUSE HE DID. I mean he he beat everybody take I still to this day. Forty two years old. I mean he's doing his thing It's interesting to take a look at your team During the course of that Super Bowl because neither team could score in the first and third quarters you're both ended up with a combined. Total of eight hundred sixty eight yards and sixty one points. The game was scoreless for a super bowl record. Twenty six minutes and fifty five seconds. I mean was. It didn't seem like it had much of an ebb and flow You know being on the field and being a part of the game tell me how you viewed it. The more of a defensive struggle man in England had a great defense that we had a great defense. I mean that was some of the hardest. Hit that I've ever seen playing a game of football new England where they have been there before and I think they understood what it means to to win the Super Bowl. I don't think we came in with the right approach Because actually doing the candidate with the they have to take the game from us. We came in. I feel like this open there and once we picked it up. The hopping handled us. But I mean Just looking over it going back to the Super Bowl. That was a tough game. That was a tough game all the way. Yeah I was just going to ask you about that because obviously the Patriots had been there before they had one before but this was the first time for for. How did you guys prepare for that? Because I remember when I was around here the forty niners went to their first super bowl With Bill Walsh and Eddie Debartolo Bill. Really that team up very very well but not. Every team is ready to take on a super bowl. Especially a young expansion franchise like Carolina was what we think was prepared whale. I mean they had us for the game. I mean we knew what we was getting into but we we a lot of us as players. They'd have the experience. I mean like you said New England had one before it's a different mindset of plant in the Super Bowl and plan a regular season game you. That's the last game that you're gonNA play the rest of the year and I feel like I felt like that If if we came me and more a take approach Trying to run a school up on. I think we did a whole lot. Better that. That's the same situation that kind of happened with the Super Bowl. When with your cargo we came into the game Rex Grossman quarterback against The new wait the Indianapolis hope you got paid men in them at the school like maybe twenty one point and I kind of felt like we felt like the game was over Super Bowl. You gotta contain the keeps going important. I feel like we would ask or end. Would've won that game but I mean unfortunately did m eastern was a great experience. Well one of the things I was alluding to is the fact that the hype that goes around a super bowl can be kind of mine destroying sense because the focus on the I mean he has so much but you gotTa know which Forbid Holidays. You got so many typing as everybody wants you to be part of it because you you offline in a game That side but I mean you have to. You have to know to set a set yourself apart. You GotTa Know What. Your you there. The view there to to to win gave you not there just to have fun and you don't WanNa you don't WanNa fall into that trap. You had the opportunity in that game and maybe even other times when you were at Chicago or even with Carolina to go up against Tom Brady In that game he set a record for most completions. Thirty two and also He had three hundred fifty four yards passing and three touchdowns he was the MVP of that Super Bowl when you play him as a defensive back. What are the keys you have to look for? You know what it's not really it's not GonNa Keys Brady Brady phenomenal athlete. I mean it's hard to say if it's a key or something some type of blueprint that can beat him. She know how to adjust in any situation. Would you give him? He knew how to go around. So it's hard to say What the key in on Brady back. Because you think you haven't figured out go another route in the NFC so He's just a phenomenal half the quarterback by the name of Jake degrom and I think if I were to ask ten people who was the quarterback when you guys went to the Super Bowl probably nine if not all ten probably could not answer it. Was He just somebody that that people did not accept as being a top-flight? Nfl quarterback. Because I thought he had a pretty strong career Skjei. Jake had a real long strong career. I mean he was a great quarterback. I mean you look at Carolina now Carolina's swimming and it's a lot of unnamed players and I look at the US when we were we went to the Super Bowl. It wasn't many guys we had on our team which is big name players and I think Jason just one of the guys that we all kind of just play football together when we played at the team. Jake what Jake with the team quarterback and that's too much how you know how I see that you as a defensive back the fact that you had to practice against people like Steve Smith Wide Receiver and Musa Mohammed. How helpful is that to you in preparing for a team? That's very half. Let me see if you porn on Playing receivers I mean Stephen the Great Great Receiver via competitive. You know you go get him. You gotta come with your game because he's GonNa try to embarrass you and move in with just a crafty veteran. Ma'am HE KINDA. Go through all of the tricks and trays and things he did he do we kinda you know we learned from we all love each other and that that was a that was great. The great thing about their teams. We learned a lot from each other. And you know the other thing that I remember about. Your teams was the fact that the defensive line was probably the The status part of that defense and especially with Julius pepper as a defensive end. Talk to me a little bit about him because he seemed to have a motor. That ran at a different speed yet. I mean you look at it now. He's still playing playing with Green Bay. Have a problem with his fourteenth fifteenth season. But man I mean you had you had the bug me. Hey Chris Jenkins out wild Mike Rooke. I mean you had some great guys. I mean front line strong. And that's what they say. Man Like Was just a anchor to so that the position. I mean he's hard to stop and you hear some of the some of the best lead. They all wait till you did. You WanNa be blocked. He won't get blocked and so man. He's a great athlete. In fact we came in the same draft together. He went the first round for Carolina. Here and I had a chance to be around man and and and understand. But he's he's a great athlete and I mean phenomenal athlete. And just a good guy all the way round in about twenty seconds. What your favorite memory about your career Dante Making it to the Super Bowl of man and super bowl. You'll really enjoy it because I felt like you know it's not gonNA be too. It's not too often that I have a chance to make it here and and forcing me to make it twice. Deaf blessed within this is not too many people that can walk around the USA played in Super Bowl. I might have lost that I played into. You gotTa Dante. Thanks a lot for sharing your life in your career with us. Take care of my friend. Thank you appreciate Okay Dante. Wesley again defensive back he played nine years in the NFL. 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Sessions Teachers Consign. Students up for the program on the foundation's website at C. B. F. Dot org because she'll programs help motivate students decision making as a developed into citizens and future leaders. I Mike Clifford from public news service. We remember listener supported raw line at public service DOT. Org that America good evening. Everyone hope everybody had a great weekend. Jeff Rich and generous here with you from Phoenix Arizona. The show is foul territory. Were part of the sports overnight block. Right here on the sports byline broadcast network and Big News of the weekend. If you were not freaking out of out of the virus that has killed with like eleven twelve people in this country. there's a little basketball to be played. The Lakers very serious about their opponents over the weekend. The box and the Clippers on back to back nights lakers treating it like a dress rehearsal of sorts. While it's hard to really say that either of the other teams were really taking it all that seriously. I don't think they want to show their hand to the Lakers with the Lakers. Who MISSED THE PLAYOFFS? Last year. He'll first year with this group truly together. He Davis brought James Avery. Bradley had one of the more rights when the other one place for the clippers right now showed up pretty well showed that when they wanna play they could play really well and this is kind of symptomatic of Lebron's teams right about now November December January. Not so much the February yeah. We're starting to ramp up by by March. You WanNa be in playoff mode and hey I'll tell you. The Lakers looked pretty good. Lakers look like they can be just about anybody. Because they took on the League's vast and they just they just showed up and there's no other way to say it but that's they're not so happy with their guide they sean marks And Kenny Atkinson mutually agreed to part ways. I Atkinson that his parted ways. Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant you know looking for somebody new. Somebody that may of coach to the playoffs. Somebody that have on. The finals may have won the finals with Kyrie Irving Mark Jackson. Other names being thrown out. There we'll talk a little bit about the mets. That's moving on from Kenny Atkinson. There was a blunder in the xfl. Baylor finally lost in women's basketball cheating and horse racing. Barry Bonds things that you've got sentenced from the NBA. We'll talk a little bit about that corona virus. My Name's Jeff Rich. She's gender rich. This is all territory on sports overnight America and we'll be right back. Isaac he missed the winning dunk and cost your team the championship. What are your thoughts well? I switched to boost mobile and got a super fast network of four free Samsung Galaxy phones. So even when we lose I still win. It wasn't easy fastbreak and no one was near you. 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You're hooking you the foul territory. Now here's Jen and Jen Right everybody welcome back. It is foul territory sports overnight America clock at ten. Pm Pacific Time. Right here on the sports byline broadcast network. Gen Rich Jeffords here with you from Phoenix Arizona. You follow the show on social media APP. What's up riches? That's available on instagram twitter and facebook and Jen. Welcome into the program. Hope you had a great weekend. I know I did. It was fantastic. We kinda got out there. We did not sit in front of the tube and watch either the. Xfl what you're telling everybody to watch or or the Los Angeles Lakers. And I think we didn't mean to do as many things as we meant to this weekend and then we just kinda started doing stuff and we're like why stop. Why don't you take us back going back to Greece beautiful? I have my Tan marks for not beautiful but the perfect day to be out there sitting on probably got a lot of convention in the stands given that it was Chicago versus Chicago. A lot of holding hands and singing kun-bae imagine no no not at all. It's outsiders so they're still running their mouth even games that don't even matter so did it doesn't make it worse. You Joy. The having the upper hand in that rivalry both from a population perspective and decency perspective. No because I mean it just doesn't matter they don't care okay. Oh we could win back to back world series world series for like a decade and they'd still be running. They're running their mouth on race. Okay okay so do you recall the winner of that game. They White Sox did actually win. I think it was Like eight three or something. Okay down a memorable occasion. I I watched a little bit. I did not join you for that only briefly inning and a half maybe and I ended up watching a little bit of the replay Led Castro was calling the game himself. You'll agenda Shays out sick a lot of people outside this spring training. It's it's it's more noticeable than it's ever been. I think people are more cautious about it than normal. I think you should be like. Oh I just have like a little sniffle. Whatever I get through it but now everyone's like no. I have to stay home quarantined myself and that's what everybody needs to do. And that's what everybody needed to do like the the other thing corona viruses. We're hearing a lot of remedial lessons. That should have been adhere to the entire time. Wash your hands. Don't go to work if you're sick. Don't get everybody else sick. Exactly and don't don't don't approach people with open wounds. If you have open wounds yourself exactly again something that yeah always always always always practice that. But that was the end of the year Sporting Life Friday so then we came home and fetched you in a little brother and we went over to Fresno at Arizona State Baseball. What state is for? Where's the state of Fresno I think it's in between the DAKOTAS? Okay so we had the bulldogs of from the state of Fresno University and the saddles. Um The state of Arizona's University Arizona State University and the the devils actually swapped them all weekend but Spoiler alert because that was on our list Sun Devil game or baseball game the weekend. Yeah because then we got up on Saturday and we took a trip out to where we took in a cubs and Indians victorious in that one. Yeah that one. So we got to see a Franscisco Lindores. Homerun we got to see Jose Ramirez home run at the cubs ended up scoring more runs the cubs got got at it late. And this is why I beg of Everyone Dory about the win loss record and spring training. I'm sure you've had no freak out about what happened with the White Sox on the weight. Saxon the cops on Friday nor did I have any concern over the Indians. Their win loss record is actually really pour out here in the month of February and March. But I'm not concerned about it. I mean there are real concerns to be had but it has nothing to do with a losing game where you give up seven runs in the seventh eighth and ninth inning when most regulars are done we're at the point of spring training. Were willing to week and a half away from start of the season right and it's the second so this week and then two more weeks after that. Right has yeah. We're getting there. We're getting there. We're getting pretty close. We're already seeing the regulators get significant playing time rather than CNN. You'll like Madison Bumgarner. Two innings for the diamondbacks. And then you turn it over to maybe a relief pitcher and then you turn it over to the minor league system. I mean these guys are still rolling out in the seventh or eighth and usually after the seventh inning. Stretch even as much as you are playing these guys later into the spring. So we want to goodyear so then we left that and then we went to Washington at Arizona State Basketball Washington state Washington state Washington the worst team in the pack twelve upset. The Sun devils Friday. I think it took a lot of the Esprit de Corps out of the arena for the fans. Anyway on Saturday Our pride me on. It was Thursday that they lost Washington But they were able to look like they're going to blow out the cougars. Get See Little Curtain of distraction. It's been awhile since we've been doing Arizona State basketball game. We got low pitch you action. They'll pick it you little spongebob some UNICORNS in there somewhere i. It's it's wild what they do in the student section does in the second half with the opposing team at the line. They were up by as many as stripped team. But the game was tied at like seventy five late in the sun devils ended up on out in the last two minutes they did and then we ran from that to back to. Fresno headers on a state baseball so this is now approximately seven PM. On Saturday we are in our fourth event in about thirty hours. Count your cubs game on Friday so five between Friday and Saturday and both saw double games. They were tied in the middle of the game. I it was in the bottom of the eighth that they That they scored the go ahead. Run on Friday night to win four to three And then they've broken wide open Tied four four in the sixth saw doubles took a five four lead and the very next play was a ground ball to short that would have gotten Fresno state out of the inning and the devils kept on going and ended up being a final score of nine four five events in just a in under forty eight hours and then we got up on Sunday and went out to Maryvale and took took and some angels at through crew today. Though a lot of the regulars we see Yelich go deep sea trout Anthony read all basically all the regulars and Shelby Miller was the starting pitcher for the brewers and then Maryvale Ballpark of mentioned it on the air Not the best of neighborhoods Prior to this year prior to going this year Really not the best condition ballpark. But things change yeah. They're going to improving their American family fields. It's been renovated. It looks great. If you live in the Phoenix area. You've been a little weary about heading over to the Maryvale ballpark. You don't mind. Seeing the brewers play. Go and check it out at the ballpark real quick. We gotta get into the Lakers and like I said. I think that they took this way more serious. You know the Friday night game against the box that they won one twelve to one zero three. Anthony Davis led the Lakers in scoring lead all scores. In fact with thirty points. Lebron had nine assists. Who's had ten boards or actually gets covers on Sunday and then in the game against the blocks out. Lebron had thirty seven. Delete all scorers and they just I the real against both of these good basketball teams again. Maybe they took a different approach to it than their opponents. And that's probably something that we have to consider. Aren't the bucks beat up? Though bucks are beat up. Janas album analyst might have been hurt For Friday night's game But you know Lakers got to put on a show and I think that we have to take it a little bit at face value. Now we'RE GONNA have a couple of rounds of playoffs before they usually steams it's GonNa be mid to late. May before they would see the clippers as long as they both hang onto the one and two seeds and then The box obviously not happen until the NBA. Fine also a long way to go. Lakers you know we have forty days. Left in the regular season by They appear to be the driver seek. She's General Jeff the foul territory. 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I don't think that Al Michaels and and Peyton manning is going to happen. Nbc's got all that Al Michaels out of his contract. And I don't see a trade taking place like trade that sent Al Michaels to NBC's do the Sunday night football game. But I think the signifies that they're not gonNA try to build stars on their network on you know they. They've failed with Joe Tessa tour. They didn't do very well with Well mcdonagh Mike. Theriault left for NBC for Greener Pastures. So I think that they are going to try to get the big names. I think that that big name might be ally manning it might not be. Peyton manning and I don't know who it's going to be for the play by play but Adam Amine seems like a good name but big names for ESPN. It's kind of a new style for them. That's Jeff Ridge and I'm reminding you to tune into politics every Monday through Thursday at ten PM Pacific on Sirius. Xm To eleven am streaming live on sports by DOT com. How's teammates doesn't to arena? I so good other teams. That opportunity to speak Lakers. If he's just not going to play those games still count I. I think that things will be different for the play offs. I don't know the Jaren that we're going to get to the point that were playing in front of empty arenas though it's been discussed welcome back everybody. It is all territory. I'm Jeff Rich. Your generous with the scores at corona virus taking over the news cycle. Teeing over the world as well You and I are not walking around with gas masks on here. We're not staying in the House as spoken of earlier. We got out to the crowded areas. They're like hey stay away. From large groups of people were like great. Let's go to as many sporting events as possible about sixty five hours and the cubs draw fifteen thousand at home and our big draw when they play away from their home away from home in Mesa. When I go to goodyear people follow them. Two good years. There was probably six hundred thousand in attendance on Saturday afternoon for the cubs. Indians and a lot of the stadiums on people's chewed shells and peanut seeds and whatnot and Exposed ourselves all sorts of saliva and germs. And and we have people in town over the weekend. I nine from other parts of the country. Germs I mean how many times we been at the airport in the last Last week and a half we've victims my brother to Las Vegas. Oh by the way at Las Vegas not populated at all cost weakest Golden Knights Games now populated that all like seventy five thousand people at the Golden Knights Game Hoover Dam notorious though from from other countries. And then on the like we said. Hey It also Las Vegas Ballpark Where we were exhibition game probably at least crowded. Maybe the issue Baseball Games. Like maybe maybe two thousand three thousand at those games and then not a lot of the Indians as game is a little bit chilly up there in Las Vegas but we fed around people were younger. We don't have respiratory problems but you know we. We had my brother in from out of town. We had a mutual friend of ours. And the other you go further back with In from out of town and then You know I had a family member drive over from San Diego so we've been kind of exposed to it by You know at first big event. It's been canceled. The you know the the Indian Wells tennis event. I remember exactly what it's called. We're not a tennis covering program here. Engvall territory vigorous does the second biggest event behind the US Open in the country. And you don't played stateside For the sport you know all the big names are expected to play so this is a big deal especially for the West Coast Tennis Fan. That isn't GonNa get down to queen you know get over to Queens New York to see the US Open in August. So you know it's it's a big deal. It's a big deal you take. You take a big event away from the western half of the country Basically baseball says they don't anticipate this Delaying the beginning of the season but in spring training when the players are accessible. They're changing their autograph policies. And I think that that kind of makes sense. That's because you know I just think he don't I agree it's a grander scale of you'll the toddler handy cookie. Thanksgiving occurs. That's a graph sessions so Big Deal they're now up in the bay area. Not Not quite up in in San Francisco but Santa Clara County where the niners would be playing if there was football right now but if there was NFL. Football right now and But we're the sharks play. Santa Clara County is expected to put a ban on gatherings of a thousand people or more which is going like. How do you do that for a hostile? Understand how you decide like a thousand people that's it that's that's how it happens. Not Five hundred not ten thousand thousand people. That's that's the sweet spot. Like twelve hundred twelve hundred is number. Her it's weird. It's weird but don't you have two thousand people on your public transit blundering like when are we gonNA okay? Planes are done and trains and automobiles and all of it classes at San Jose State. All of it I I mean there's gotTa be more thousand people walking that campus it. It did surprise me when they declared a state of emergency the other day. California's a state of emergency because one person and the state had died quarter virus in that time how many people died of. I'm like is it a state of emergency because people also died of cancer and car accidents and stabbings. And it's it's it's going too far. It is going too far right. I saw a good one and it goes along with the memes but both Chelsea Clinton was like sounding off on on on the threat now. The president wasn't taking. It seriously responded. More people more people have died by suicide due to your mother then suicide and quotations of course air quotes on that so know I. It's this big thing they now they're talking. Abou D- denying the media access to the locker room. I've been in locker room. You've not today why they're in there in the first place. It's why they're there at all. I mean they're not just there for a free ticket to the game thing. Watch HIM ON TV. I just didn't know I get it like visor. They're covering them. I don't know why they're even in locker rooms though because we want to hear from. The party's told it now now. Here's here's going to be hearing shower clothed lake if you want me to the bathroom at my job like Hey Hey. I know stuff just got really heated right there but let's talk about it right now get. Outta my space quite like that. There's there's a cool down period. There's a cool down period where you know the the way that it is anymore you know before the game beyond long before the game clubhouse accesses clubhouse accents about ninety minutes to sixty minutes before the game so you know you could talk to these guys but not right before the game and then then you gotta wait to to be escorted. Y'All fraud you know to to the locker to the podium to the to the briefing room. If you're in the briefing room you gotTa wait for them to show up and that's how they do it like in the NBA playoffs and things like that but And that's how it's going to be there just going to sit in the briefing room and they're going to wait for the You know whoever to come to the podium over the team sends to the podium. Is You know who is who is going to be there and and give media availability now. I think what's going to happen if they truly do. Cut OFF ACCESS. Is THAT PRESS. Conferences are going to be done through twitter. And you're going to rule the rule the writers obsolete. And you're not GONNA be able to put the toothpaste back in the bottle. Because all these players are gonNA be like wait. I don't have to answer questions. We can basically make this a public relations rather than a few to the fire kind of thing. So I think that the raiders job. I think that the media's job is somewhat critical at your colleagues you know fro- from the longest fear and in radio alike. Might say you know the sports reporter is the most pointless job in the world and it's hard to one hundred percent disagree with that and I think that we might see that. Play out as we see reporters start losing access to lock her sick of a lot of more pointless jobs but it was probably the well. There's a lot more pointless jobs in sports media itself then just being ushered in getting the same quality and reading the same quote in fourteen different papers. You know framed in a different way As far as the Games are being played up during. I don't know that that would bother me. I think it would be eerie eerie. That you could have you're GONNA you're you'll be able to hear pin-drop but you're able to hear imagine they'd blackout kind of so just looks like the court so maybe you can't see the rows of empty seats are sitting still play the kind of music job with that for the AF. I mean we. We sat on Double Stadium. There were not a lot of people in there and they were even smaller crowds and some other cities the college talent the only college towns the Phoenix. Tempe is a little bit unique in that we do have all four professional sports in addition to Division One. But I think that you're right. I think that there's going to be ways to kind of black block. That out soon. Can't tell white how empty is any noise. And I think that that's going to be the strangest thing all right. 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