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"leo jack" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

04:05 min | 4 months ago

"leo jack" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

"Flipping around doing other stuff. 'cause I just wasn't interested but at least we're watching it like most people just said you know what I'm looking at this and this is not something I'm interested in anymore. Even they weren't even starting it and then tuning out. They're just not interested anymore and I think you know there's a lot of you know whether it's the movies have been nominated over the last decade and the movies at one over the last decade. I think it's also frankly. The erosion of celebrity you know that with vanishingly few exceptions of just aren't that many celebrities anymore. That people really want to see and they certainly don't want to hear them talk about politics when they do come out. But you know like you're will Smith and your Brad Pitt's they're just not that many. We're not creating a lot of one's anymore right like I don't think anyone's like dying to hear what Timothy Chalma has to say. He's just not a big star. He's a good actor. There's there's no Jack. There's no Jack Anymore. Yeah absolutely I think Brad Pitt One Leo Jack. No we await yes and no I mean. They're the lex to real movie stars. Yeah but that's still. That's yes and no. Because the era of the seventies and eighties when I would watch the Oscars that would be like when you turn on the TV to watch the Oscars. That was your one chance that was your chance to see Jack On. Tv like outside of him playing a part. But now this is. This is part of a larger conversation like the. Mystique of celebrity is gone like twitter facebook instagram. Like all these people are on social media where we have so much more access to them than we ever did before. They're not shrouded in mystery anymore. Like I I remember. It was like people couldn't wait to see Jack. Nicholson at the Oscars. Or you know at the time you know Meryl Streep or back that you know whoever you know you can pick you know you can go back as far as you know Marlon Brando or whatever but you know where where like outside of movies that they were in you never saw them in their own life. Now you can fuck troll celebrity and get him to yell at you on twitter like that's it's it's a different world. I feel like part of the part of the great thing about the Oscars back when I was a kid. What was like you know? It was the one night where you got to see all these people. Now it's not so special unless that celebrity is corey graves. He would not respond to my trolling for to see really celebrity. And we're going to call her. Well all I'm saying is I dedicated myself to it for two weeks every time. The Guy tweeted something. I retweeted em- posted piece of shit talk and I got nothing. He knows sold me which I mean. I feel like that is like earns grudging respect from you. I was dedicated. I even set his his account to alarm so every time he tweeted. I got an alert and I would instantly read like instantly re tweet it and right piece of Shit but you gotta respect no cell. Yeah I do. But he's still a piece of shit. Sorry I mean I don't know I don't I mean I don't have all that much more to say like I'll sit complain but you know I'll probably watch it next year like I'm always interested in who wins like so I don't know but I mean hopefully next year they go back to a host and you know like two years ago when the whole Kevin Hart thing happened I think that would have been. I think I was looking forward to seeing him. Take a crack at it. Yeah yeah take take a fucking res- exactly yeah. I mean I don't think he's GonNa Change Right. I mean I think the problem is. They're not learning anything from this. You know they're going to everybody. The that's in this initial insular world is clapping themselves in the back right now the Paris I want in nineteen seventy lost. How a very good movie about World War? One became a villain in this hell. Green Book became a villain last year. Like it's just these small group of people that are all clap themselves in the back right now because the movie they wanted to win.

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"leo jack" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

12:29 min | 7 months ago

"leo jack" Discussed on The Big Ones

"A lifeboat and abandoned the man you love. Who saved your life or do you do the y you gotta be so stupid rose? Hi and jump off the lifeboat to stay with Jack. Now I think this will be easier if or not easier but more thought provoking if we take out the relationships since ships were in and we kind of just put it yeah. I think you're right about that because it yeah we can play around around with both with. Maybe I don't know WHO'S A. WHO's someone you would've liked at twenty years old to Capri? Yeah Leonardo DiCaprio. I'll just be okay but I really saying that you would abandon Craig. I mean like there's such a history like you'd stay with like the person but I don't know what that's what I don't. I think you're just assuming that I don't know if that's the case for all of us. Yeah I think I think it's Because she's not I don't even think she knows the guy that she's GonNa marry very well. She knows she knows what you're talking about Jack Timeout. CALC DOC yeah cal- so what about cal that she doesn't want to be with him. I know but she kind of on the fence. She doesn't want to be with him. He's a bully but she leaves Jack Back to get on the lifeboat. No I know how and Calia. But she knows she doesn't want to be with cal so it's more about. Are you going to save yourself or go back for this dream person to stay with the love of your life. Who saved your life by the way Do you stay with him and Seidel title. She was trying to commit suicide. She really means attention attention but then again no one was watching. So tree falls in the forest. Yeah exactly so okay the Bat. Let's let's play around with. Were were rose in the situation Eh. Jack like let's just say first instinct. Do you get on the lifeboat. Well I think we need to set the tone of the titanic plea I this is called the unsinkable able ship people. Don't I think when you're getting on this lifeboat. Yeah you don't necessarily know that this thing is going under that so you're just is being told to get in a lifeboat and and I think probably when when sweet you know royalty rose is getting in that boat. It's probably it'll be pretty calm. They're probably like you're the first tier of people get on that ship. Everything's fine dead comfy. Yeah here's a bag of chips but we know our psychic so you probably knew and Hasim intuition yeah her gut bio micro is telling her. Yeah yes I really on a hot. Today it's really it's telling her something's not right fan. Fiction rose is a witch which has covered of so maybe when she was going to jump she thought I'm Gonna I'm GonNa Survive. Yeah no I'm just going to swing back to England everyone's to fly by or fly. Maybe she's a straight up lift off go home to shoulder. So are you saying that you would have gotten on the lifeboat. I'm saying like I think that I'm saying like when it's happening. It's important to know like our people panicking and and it is like the boat is doing like we are. It is tipping it is going it. Let's get on this boat. We see it going in the water because because if it's like hey get on the ship get on the boat. I think it's a little bit of chaos if I'm if I'm not mistaken it's not that people are I. It's that that people are rushing to get on both yes. Both are falling like they're pushing to get on a boat. Yeah and I think although everyone's everyone's saying it'll be fine. Just just get on the boat when your friend. Victor Garber looks at you and says like rose get on the boat and you see the fear it is. Yeah is you're kind of like doc but you don't probably could never assume that it was going to be as horrible as it ended up being I mean it would be. Is it even morally right. That women and children go I I mean what do we think about that that they all have been federal drug unlike Mike Children for sure children. But here's the thing I mean back in the day and also still present day. I mean women were the main caretakers like men did very little back then. So you're sending a boat children you gotTa have a couple of women onboard but also women are the life givers. I mean that's why men get sent to war right because because as a society dispensable right 'cause like they go off to fight because the women are the ones that are actually able to give life. Well that was back in the day and now I'm talking about in the time. Absolutely that's that was the mindset of like the men are dispensable women. Stay with the children they can give life they are. That's the way the world works. Also the men are the ones who built the boat that's sinking. The man are the one who didn't I. Don't see the iceberg. In time. I think it was probably the captain who was like. We don't need that money lifeboats diners. Pause it exactly the designers designers of the ship and then of course it was all signed off on by the White Star. Line run by men so in the case of the titanic. I am like yeah the men should probably take on the go. But you're also saying that all men should be punished for the for the SIP design. Well just the men at the top I I mean I think it's I think there's like a women and children thing back. Then it's it's it's more certainly more debatable. I think today would be like families like if you don't have anyone who you are responsible for urine the next. You're in the the next boats uncles trying to get on those boats. It'd be a hard thing to prove in the moment. No I'm the documentation Michael I'm not. I'm just unusual businessman. Your uncle. He's looking you like I don't know you guys. I'm sort of feeling like I'm going bag. I they had this wonderful night where he drew her and there was a sexy sexy time and carriage with a sweaty hand on the window and it was great times. It was one night it was one night and I'm sort of like I'm getting on that bone also because your world has just been opened up lear like yeah you're like why why I mean there's gotTa be other dreamers out there like Jack in New York City so literally fish in the sea outside of this boat this right here. I mean it would be if I had just met this guy. And he's telling me to get on the boat I'm sorry sorry I'm not getting on the damn boat. You're not okay. Let me just put you in my head space. You're telling me people's sexiest ceus man of the year. Nineteen Ninety Eight. We're looking at US Cameron Diaz Prep and other stars who made ninety eight sizzle and that's not alive alive but I'm just saying like someone take take the person the Leonardo Dicaprio or in my case like to Ewan McGregor or something was my like when I was younger than was like you have one night with this person and it's the most magical night of your life and you go. This is love this this is love. I love this person right. I'm not getting on the damn bone. I'm having the time of my life on the ship. I don't care if I die really bring Mrs around to is the boat really thinking or not but also got back to us. This is our walkies going off. Honey what I was thinking is roses like eighteen years old so you have to take into account as well. Where are when you're eighteen and fell in love with the first time I mean you're saying on the boat as an eighteen year old? I'm talking thirty seven year. Old Mother of two like I taking care of myself because I'm an independent woman. I don't need nobody but it's when you're eighteen that you know that feeling that passion. Dan is so. That's so should we kind of go into a little improv. This taken I make it. You WanNa play okay. I'll be the boat. No come on to the overall I think maybe I should be either. Maybe cal the players players. We've got rose. We've got rose CAL and Leo Leo. Jack Ioana almost throw like is mom not in play at all with the MOM. I I think she was like. I don't I don't like her and her mom were not on good terms science boat sitting on the boat and got off. Rose Oh God back that you have to get on a boat. You're nagging mother. We have to take that into consideration too like you think it's a deterrent from getting on the boat. I think she's looking okay. So who wants to be rose. I'll be rose in. He's rose and then. Do you want to be Leo. Were Cal I'll be Leo. I think I could get. I think I could get there. Okay okay okay so Okay here we go. We're trying to convince you to get on the boat and so it's kind of like each other because no do you your sure hold on a minute. Just hold on. I need to know what's going on in the scene. You're about to put me into jail. Yes because you've stolen Omar Kamaruddin notion. Oh right and but but not that this matters but I know that if rose gets on that boat. I'm going to die because you're going to be locked up in jail. Yeah exactly okay. Okay I'm truly like your it. Is it really well as a kid. I saw it nine times in theaters like it. Hit me at the right right time. Thun where gene that my heart will go. Oh my God yes yes selling the all okay. Let's go straight into A. Let's go straight into going on Jack in Cal- Jack Jack Jack Cal rose get on. The boat rose cow. I want to to do this. I I didn't feel right leaving Jack Behind. No you have to go. You have to go on the boat because Aldo look at me like that. Tell her Jack you have to go on the boat because if you stay you'll die and I'll be fine. Don't worry I'll be everything's fine. See we're getting along. It's water under the bridge now. Rose gone I vote. Leave you behind. It's not living if it's not living with you beyond the next boat right. That'd be on. The next spoke breakout bathrooms. No this is the loss boat. Jack I think so it. Is it the bill the bill they have other ones in there. And they're hiding under the tomorrow woman. So how can you know every so well judgment. He is told me like chuck. I'm seeing things in a new perspective. Rose we had a great couple days together. Okay cow cover your ears to they know this. Draw la La la La la La La Ah la we had a great couple of days but let me tell you this you of the rest of your life go out into and and.

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"leo jack" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

27:49 min | 9 months ago

"leo jack" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"That were you and how close was that it was very close matter of fact of I've talked to Darrell about it in in in the past ten years about it and we laugh about it and he said slash scene she wears a product of the CNS companies maintain excellence and Steve just to start off with what do you remember the Harry were near truth until he came on board full time in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight with Lennie pond Not much or the known about here Rainier but when he came on board full time with land and that was winning piloted a seat for very successful career as an owner while I'll tell you what once he did come on board in the NASCAR garage he did make a big impact because that first year that very first year stave that they ran full-time in the Winston Cup series Lennie pond one race at Talladega now number one he was known as short-track drop he was a driver who had beaten banged around the tracks Virginia and had gotten his start in the sport there the he was known largely as short-track driver so that's one thing the kind of surprise people the other aspect of that win that kind of really shocked paypal was the fact that he an herb nab Steve they did not get along at all now there had been friction on that tame as far back as the world six hundred when they kind of had a post race confrontation Ryan so that was a big shock to a lot of herm Nabal is a veteran crew now I can tell you that her in so many words the crusty old guy yeah you know yeah most of the old cruces that time did and they weren't too receptive the ideas from younger drivers especially drivers getting their first crack at the full time cup schedule not all of them were that way but many were her and they're just not going to be in a union between Lenny and her baby was the old versus young man sentence ways to a new guy one riding your bank that's about what it boils down there will you know being a first time car owner how much of a shot and do you think that was to Harry Ranier assist take one day you may not have been a shock but the big distraction the last thing I do the team owner need a first time team owner especially this friction between the driver and crew chief it forces them to ultimately make a decision he'd rather not make a red hat on both cooperate and do well together other and let things be but that wasn't the case bears and it turned out he had to make a difficult decision and of course we know what it was well at Bristol and August Lennie pond evidently got into Darah Walker and caused big rile and the rumor was at the time that Sarah Walker was going to replace Lennie in that car at the end of the year so when they got together at Bristol I don't know if ladies fate was already sailed but if it wasn't I think that incident at Bristol kind of pre much of him out the door but one of the interesting things about Darah Walker going to drive for Harry Rainier what happens if he does does Harry Ranier go on to win three championships with Darrell Waltrip so it's Kinda interesting to think about that kind of thing but it's also kind of interesting to think about some of the other potential changes that never actually took place now steve just off the top of your head waters the ones that you can think of that were rumored in were close to happening but for whatever reason fell through revert about this maybe even talked about this one and I did not know it until I looked into it that junior Johnson was gonna fire Darrell Waltrip and hired Dale earnhardt. That's what he was going to do additionally we're going to get another sponsor for Neil Bonnett there in the time that he had two car team I think it was going to be coors Thaddeus Budweiser that that did not happen I say one thing about the Lenny and Darryl that betty you I do think that there was probably very interested in trying to drive for Harry near because he was really itching to get out evagoras reach a point where he is totally frustrated but a better deal as I said as they say a better deal came on and that's the when we talked about many times when Dale found out that junior wanted him that's the way he paid most attention of course that union turned out to be very successful so it's interesting as you say a chain of events could take place but did I let me offer you just one example of what I was talking about when I said you have some some middle of the road drivers supposedly landing with these big time team before Daryl engineer Junior's involvement all lead but before Daryl and junior got together the word wise that junior gonna reach somewhere else hit a driver to replace Kale we wanted to go on a part time schedule and that driver they said we're going to be ready for this Roger Hamby a second tier driver from north works bro Rayo Yeah Yeah Oh yeah Rogers right there Virginia's right in his backyard here liar him out and I'll never forget this I've mentioned that the Darrell went down I said Darrell here's going to be Roger Hamby there are looking at went no AH that's the kind of thing I've talked about you you hear all kinds of names floating around in things like this arose will you know when talk to Av Petri he talked about the possibility that was on the table for Jeff Gordon to Dr Leo Jacks and that's Intriguing one to me this week we talk about Darrell Waltrip driving for Harry were near in next week Steve Lauren talks about a couple of different deals big white workout in both involved drivers who are now in the Nascar Hall of fame so listeners you'll have to wait for those two but Steve we can sit here and talk about I don't know how many apple unit well I'll tell you what Dell junior has his podcast Dale Jr. Download and he has talked about it a couple of different scenarios when he had Rick Indrek on his show Rick Hendrick actually talked about when he very first broke into the sport as a car owner he had lined up Richard Petty to be his First Cup driver so you think about that bridge or petty driving for Hendrick motorsports that just does not sound no like anything from this universe no it sure doesn't ensure dead Richard was our has been a smart businessman as well as a driver and I think he had enough sense to know I'm wondering I know I know he had enough sense to know that he if he got the right opportunity to advance his career that's probably where he should go because that's a lot easier than having to oversee a mammoth racing operation and drive for the team I was doing at petty enterprises another one that I had learned about I talked to Larry mcreynolds for my books NASCAR's greater strikes and verses Daytona in Steve he mentioned the fact that there was an offer at one time on the table for Dale Earnhardt to drive for Robert Yates racing have out that now I don't know how serious the deal that was but according to Larry Mac it was a pretty substantial offer in he said that it was a very serious off so not only does that deal include Dell Earnhardt lieven Ritchie Toyota's racing it also involves del earnhardt making the switch from shove light forward or now you know so I think that might have been one of the reasons why it didn't happen but that's one that just really kind of spun me out here's a little bit of irony Robert Gates ration- got formed when Robert Gates bought a team from area near Harry renewed tasting eighty seven man that's it's come full circle in one last deal that didn't happen that I thought was pretty intriguing speaking again Dell junior talked on his podcast when he had Joe Gibbs on his podcast they talked about the fact that one of the very first teams that Dell junior talked do when his deal with the kind of went south was actually Joe Gibbs racing he said that he sat down across the table from Joe Gibbs and for money to be out of the world at that time for junior is I think is really saying something at that point I think he kinda turn things over to to Kelly one thing led to another in he did land was reports but again to consider the fact that Dell junior would move from D. is the company that has founded to Joe Gibbs racing that would involve that move but it again would also involve a move from Chevrolet to Toyota right the other thing after that Steve Lauren Rainier literally grew up in sport every time his dad was at the track Lauren was at the track Harry would actually fly from their home in Kentucky down to visit the shop in Charlotte once a month and he would actually allow lorant miss go to make the trip as well and they would spend the day with the team they will go out to lunch with the team so stave that must have been just one more heck of an education for Lauren Mayer oh absolutely absolutely enraging there is nothing better than hands on knowledge is nothing better than being taught I someone who has the knowledge and the control in more ways than one in other words Lauren probably learned a lot about racing itself but he probably learned just as much about the business side of by having that time with his father you know Lauren asked a lot of questions and got a lot of answers and the way he described it he didn't go about it is kind of a smart Aleck kid and trying to insert himself into positions they did NATO but he did learn a lot that way in he did have you know one of two career options the his options were either Nascar or you mentioned the fact that his family was also involved or surprising in Steve According to Lauren he is still the youngest trainer ever to Seattle a horse in the Breeders Cup he was twenty three years old when his horse Niccolo Polo finished fourth in the Breeders Cup Mile at his jump right there that's a pretty sound accomplishment but I'd say course power kind of won out over horses in the end and has spent the last forty years of his life in this sport well I think that this is what he wanted to do auto racing I'm sure that he gained a lot of knowledge as horse trend but being with his father in racing hey you can't the fever okay when Kate Smith as much time as lowering did with his bother and in so many facets bracing any season experiences so much that it just gets in your blood and I think that's what happened the Lord you talk about the sport getting into your blood law and talked about the memory of being fourteen years there's old in Walkin down pit road from Victor Lane to the tech inspection area in Steve He was carrying the Daytona five hundred trophy along with him just one man's opinion Stan we'll stave the nineteen eighty daytona five hundred was run on February the Seventeenth nineteen eighty do you know what happened just five days later yes I do and I can still see the cover of sports illustrated now let me ask you this would you know.

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"leo jack" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

11:23 min | 10 months ago

"leo jack" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Andy. He started racing around the Hickory area. At what point did you. You del Jerry and Jimmy. No some get hooked up to start a race that was in probably seventy seven and it was. I was still in high school and I kinda con-. Jimi knew some good friend of mine into building a car together. 'cause. I just I couldn't bill them by MISS.. I wonder I really wanted to race. I WANNA drive I wanted to be you know the race car driver and you know growing up within shouting distance of the Hickory speedway. I had to bug really bad and so yeah I kinda like I said Connor Jimmy Amy into building this thing together no and told him we'll take it up the track. Whoever can run the fastest. We'll be the whoever drives the best will be the driver kind of thing knowing I was. It's GonNa be that Guy Right so we we started building that thing in I think it was seventy seven and worked nights on it. We had adult Jimmy at a tire shop and we worked in their night in the old shop and that pull it back out for the daytime so they could get tiresome then we work on at night took months and months to get it built. you know trying to figure all the stuff out when you don't know anything right. I aggravate Tommy Houston he was he was in hickory their whole time from us and I would aggravating him to death. I will go up his shop and you know ask a million questions about how to do all these things and then I'd go back and work for three or four nights and then they come and John Settlement also he worked for my my grandfather in the Chevrolet dealership in and he also raced in the Sportsman Series Hickory system Houston so and he built his own car so I would use us to guys to try to figure out how to do all these things in in that one where I six eight months span of time. I learned a lot about a race car. I again after driving like you did. How did you get started down the path of becoming a crew chief whenever really droves the way that worked out we got Jimmy. I got that car. Har Finished to appoint. We needed an engine and we had been begged. Barn everything trying to get it done and we were poor. We didn't have any money and so Dale Jarrett just shows up with ned one night at the tire shop and we're working on it and interested in what we were doing and deal to drive. You know well. I'm sorry but I'm GonNa be the driver and I I was. Kinda surprised that even was interested in that because he was like a four sport athlete and hoskin figured he was GonNa carry that on you know but you really WanNa race and so they made it proposition that if we laid rather card they would provide enough money by motor for it. Okay are only six at that point so we I reluctantly agreed to that because I really want to get it on track and see what we'd done a rice it and you know looking back on it. That's really what set my career path. Now you show me a picture right before we started recording and you said that it's a picture of that car taken the day after your first race with. Dj and Net car looks too nice to be to be the day after a race at Hickory looks nice but then it was some fairly crude fabricating the skills that we built that we did we did hire somebody to build and whale the roll cage and the important parts of it but you know thank job look good and we had a nice nice letter job but it was. It wasn't all that Nice. Were you content watching from where you still wanting to draw yeah. I mean and every you know bolster. Drop me a driver I did and but but like I say it set my career path that particular circumstance and I've really never regretted it. I mean I did get a chance to drive later. You're not not in any full season or any any like official way but I did get to drive enough to scratch that E. What timeframe did you work with. Dj and Jimmy just a couple of years. That was like seventy seven seventy eight. I guess he's Okay and the first year we you know we we actually we borrowed money. We get you know Tom pistone I can't I can't thank him enough. He was he was. One of the guys was key to us even being able to get to the track. Tiger Tom Com yeah because how's he he gave us an open account to buy parks and stuff and we couldn't pay him and we could not until the end of the year we had to sell the cartons year to pay him and he never stopped us from getting anything and I I still thank him to this day such such a good guy but he I could walk in there. If I needed a control arm I needed a ball. Join any sign right here you know and we ended up selling the car and paying him then. We built another one that next year. math think we had about same thing here ear but then they all went on to do some other other things in my life was kind of getting complicated. I was having kids and you know it was starting to be you know life was happening to assuming so what did you do from basically the early eighties until you hooked up with Richard Leo Jack that will appear time. I was had started running the service station for DOCO. I'd doctrine town. I was working at star. Jimmy than this opportunity came up. I was running that actually tailgate working for me it really pumping gas and all hours in okay in the bay out there and just kind of run the Serb station and we did it for better PARV year tails driving for Carlos Johnson and sportsmen and doing some and I was helping them but we'll see that's where you missed your opportunity. If you just get your. Dj Eight to work on Saturday night. Oh that would've that wouldn't work but yes. We did that for about a year and then didn't the doctor sold that property to the county they put up. There's a community center there now so that just ended that okay. I need a job okay so I knew ooh I wanna do I wanNA work on cars. I WanNa be racing and I I convince Niger this another one that went out only in for me. I convince him to help me get a job in two NASCAR and the big time and he went and talked to junior Johnson and called kind of a favor. I guess in junior needed a tire changer. He convinced junior that I was a scrap ktar changer that he could. He should hire me. Keep keep him out of number changed one. I did not know that you'd ever worked for June. Yeah did in the nineteen eighty one season they it was probably June of eighty one okay and they had some issues with pitstops and he wanted to change one of the changes and so they hired me change retires owner Walter it's car in nineteen eighty one and what was it like making that jump from Hickory to Western Cup have never changed. Atar is afford championship winning team leaving the point yeah right yeah here we go and I'm right in truck within your Benfield. That's a story uh-huh but we get out to trap him boy. We ride out I'll have to ride the truck out to riverside. That's where we're going to end up now. I think we raised I in college station. Texas was going to be my first time changing tires but we had a problem with leaking or something right very front and we didn't even make a stock fell out of the race Friday so we go in the truck out to riverside and so we sit on the poll out there and everything's backwards the way you've changed their admired me noliwe anyway right so it's the first time you changed tars was it river snap really and it was completely backwards but it didn't matter. I didn't know how to do. Oh my Gosh Gosh Whoa so it. I'll say I was nervous. I can't tell you how riding in that truck the way out there and thinking about how many change two tires tires in my mind driving out there and if I screw up there I got pregnant with my you know. It's it's a lot lot riding on them yeah but we somehow we stumbled through it and and end up winning that race. Did you really and so you on your first ever yeah well. We're deciding brewer was front tire. Changer Junior was actually Jack. Man You know Jeff. Hammond was the official Jackman back then but he had taken that weekend off to go get married. Okay so junior with back on the Jack for your first race. You're on a kid. Not only I wouldn't have been able to step over pit. Wall much less actually change a tire. It worked worked out but I was nervous. I'll tell you people talk about pressure. That's pressure wow now. How long did you end up doing that. Just that season we won the championship and went to New York. I hear here that that ever happened that was neat yeah yeah and then after that was when the kind of the relationship started. I I went to Daytona. Junior wanted to put his full-time. I was just basically a tire changer. He wanted to put his full-time guys back on that bit crew and and but he did bring me to Daytona just in case things didn't work out. I was kind of on standby run. There and I saw Johnny Hayes days. How come they were doing a thing with Phil Parsons in what was then the first year the Budweiser tour which turned into the exterior but yeah so he asked if I want to come help them on that team and they're working on Harry gant shop and Taylorsville Okay and I I had a job. I was a battery salesman. That was my full time job and I will take the you know the time I had off. I go down Harry Gant shop. He'll help them work on that car and we raced in that series so that's eventually how you got hooked up. As the crew chief I feel we formed at Little Cup team that ran half the races with Benny Parsons the next hour k. when we use that that group group that was in that that Bush series Tan as the nucleus of that and and that's when you know met Leo Jackson he was kind of. I guess he was basically the crew chief chief at that point. I don't know how what is actual title was. We all worked in a shop in. Denver and you know just raised many in about fifteen races a year. We did that for quite a few seasons. You actually started out as Phil Parsons crew chief. That's the first crew chief your first Carucci up so when Benny left he he went to replace are T. Tim Richmond Kendricks in. I think it was eighty. Seven season and so Phil Parsons was then driving for us and we the at form basically a fulltime team then and Leo offer me opting to be as crew chief and I think it was probably a mid season eighty seven and so that we did that eighty seven seven and eight thousand eight hundred eighty eight season. I was feel scratchy now. What was your reaction to that. I've been working towards it my goal to get there. I was a you just a mechanic. Nick entire guy on you know on the team and and just working towards I really wanted to be a crew chief and trying to take on more responsibility in Lia. Finally noticed gave me the opportunity so you go in not tell Ya and you and phil when at Talladega as soon as I say that you break into this Korean. There's gotTa be a story so not really I mean we. We had a really really good team back then and we look back on it. We probably should have done even more. We we should have one charlotte. I believe we had pretty good car win a winning car there that year and ended up getting a little bit of a crash but we finished third Daytona five hundred did I rice of eighty eight and then we we go to Talladega then we learned a few things and we had a really okay okay okay so the statute of limitations has long since passed. It's been thirty one years. What'd you learn well. What did you have on that car..

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"leo jack" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media

Delta Juliet Mike Media

10:42 min | 1 year ago

"leo jack" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media

"Brothers, Warner media content and services. So these guys know that these creators, you know, rooster teeth, crunchy roll all this at the like it matters. And hearing, you know, a chairman of all things say that, you know, just it's a little thing. But acknowledging the little guy, I appreciate that. I really much appreciate that. Is specially going so far is to say it's calling it passion driven digital media. That's really just making it to me feel like this is very new frontier for the entertainment industry. But I mean, I'm I'm glad we says he hasn't driven media. Because it sounds like a big company recognizes that while something may not generate a billion dollars. It sounds like they understand that it still has merit. And that is a great thing. Yes. Two thousand nineteen. Absolutely. You know, he gets a lot of flack for many things as he rightly should. But I keeps coming back to Disney. I'm sorry, David. But Michael Eisner, you know, very famously put we're not in the interest of explicitly making a statement to make art to make any kind of message. But in order to make great films. We will sometimes make a statement or make a great art. And I think that is very important thing to acknowledge that, you know, just make the damn thing. I don't and this news. And being a facilitator for great art is a great thing. Now, Jack what I'm hoping is that our next story does facilitate something great because it is something very near and dear to my heart. We discuss on a previous episode of the podcast that there will be. Be a mobile suit them live action movie in the not too distant future. And. Yeah. Yeah. I suppose so but the gentleman that has been tapped to write and Beatty executive producer for this movie is Mr Brian k Vaughan now if some of you are out there are not entirely familiar with that name. I looked up and in the story that we had in the show notes, it he had been involved with X, mocking awesome. Why the last man pretty, okay and runaways? Your mileage may vary. So that's these are properties that are well known well done and have pretty decent following see. He's this guy has some writing chops and producing chops. Also, the overseer of this project that will be working directly. What sunrise will be kale. Boy her who is producing detective Pika chew. Okay. That's garnering some buzz which. And he was a producer on a little movie near and dear to my heart called Pacific rim uprising. So this man clearly has respect for the giant robot? Jack in the wake of battle angel alita turning out as well as it did. Am I wrong to see this story and be a little bit more hopeful? Like, I know we're still in the age of pooh-poohing most anime live action adaptations, but seeing the credentials of the people behind this and reading in the story that they will be working directly with sunrise, regarding mobile suit Gundem is it wrong of me to say, okay. I'm willing to keep an open mind. I've I've fallen for this before keeping an open mind. So am I crazy Jack am I crazy? I don't think you're crazy. I think this is a little less disingenuous marketing than say, I don't know making your trailer. Look really really good for a mediocre movie. That's how they get you. But good good people on on good projects potentially good projects with, you know, a Nykanen IP like this and yes with, you know, producer of Pacific rim uprising. Hey, I feel good about this. Also, I really liked the last man. So I have a good feeling about this. I read this initially the headline really quickly on the notes here. And I have to point it out because I think it's really funny that my brain thought this. But I almost accidentally read it as Matthew von, and I was really excited to see what the director of Kingsman. The secret service was going to do mobile suit gun. Oh, really would have been something. I I would I'd want that immediately. I can I just say like, I I feel like maybe a really punchy director. Why would be really great? This. But we have writing credits that sounds really good. And you know. It doesn't matter if it's a different bond that I initially thought I feel good about this Dave, and I feel like you should too. Also, just as a side note, the trailer for detective peak and shoe is they're looking really good. Can I just say, I know played a genuine Pokemon game in my life. This looks like absolute fun. I don't care if I'm an idiot or child, I don't like this is a great. This is a great gateway into Pok Amman. I've dabbled as I've said in the past and most recently, I've been a little bit more intrigued by the pokey man's again. And I think this will be a good gateway for people that may not be too familiar or a great little piece of nostalgia for everyone that oh, maybe stopped after gen one. I'm looking forward to that. And yet, I think I'm looking forward to this gun to movie, I think, I think. Movies. They're getting better there. Did you see Leo Jack? Did you see a leader? I act. I unfortunately, did not I meant to before this podcast. But I am very excited to see it. I I can't bear. It is good is good. And I'm seeing sort of an upward trajectory every few years dragon ball. Evolution was bad. Ghost in the shell. Not terrible alita who was pretty damn good open. Maybe there's room for hope with Gundem. Maybe there's room for hope. Yes. And they're certainly seems to be hope with detective Pika chew. So we're back with the we're back to ways Jack, we are back to our positive ways on the enemy podcast sort. Really? I know jarring ascraeus hasn't it? And I'm are you checking out anything from this upcoming season yet, Jack? I ha I haven't but I'm going to pull it up right now. And see what we got. That's right, though. I know I'm probably going to get dragged into the watching the fruits basket remake with my friends. Although let me just go ahead and take you on a little bit of a story. David. You know that Anna anime in manga were pretty tough to come by. You know, for I say, maybe like up until recently, maybe this last decade, it's been much better. But you know, it still had some kinks to work through with DVD's and such. But there I am in the high school library checking out my requisite six books. Like do. I read a lot. Okay. Oh was a door and and an actual segment of shelf not a whole shelf because they certainly didn't have enough. But there was a tiny little shelf that had maybe two or three random volumes of death note, perfect for high schoolers and the entirety of fruits basket, and there are a few others. But I can't really think of them off the top of my head now. But David when that's what you have to go on. That's what you pick up, and it's cute. It's fun. And I really feel like the end an amazing that. That originally adapted the work is it doesn't look great. It's very much that kind of we we really dried we really try to get the start style down. So you know with modern animation. I'm feeling very good about this images. Look great of why don't you tell me about some of the animates that you're thinking of checking out this season? And I will continue to look down this list. See if anything else pops out to me, Jack. Here's what I was thinking. Actually, why don't we save the big a poss- spring twenty nineteen spectacular for the next episode since we already know the next episode will be pretty special. Let's save it for the next episode. Oh, podcast tease. Everybody pot cheese. How about that? It'll give me more time to look at some stuff. See what catches my eyes so podcast t's? I like it on the next up sewed of the enemy podcast of some sort. And yes, it will be big. It will be big. We'll do our spring. We will do our spring anime thingy. Jackie. You're actually watching something on an on Netflix. These days. I'm usually the one preaching the good word of net. Flicks. What if you got? Well, I mean, I've gotten just a lot of extra time to draw as recently lot of great commission work and saw leaving some anime on the background, the usual suspects been re watching listening to castle Vanya cocky, Gueroui catching up on the strange life of psyche K, but the breakout series this this time has got to be David. It's got to be backstreet girls. Do you know anything about the anime, David? Is this like a gender? Swap of like, a brand new male idol group that I missed.

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"leo jack" Discussed on Anime Podcast of Some Sort

Anime Podcast of Some Sort

10:48 min | 1 year ago

"leo jack" Discussed on Anime Podcast of Some Sort

"To with autres, creative talent. Reach in diverse. Communities will help us grow this important audience segment for Warner Brothers and Warner media content and services, so these guys know that these creators, you know, rooster teeth, crunchy roll all this at the like it matters. And hearing, you know, a chairman of all things say that, you know, just it's a little thing. But acknowledging the little guy, I appreciate that. I really much appreciate that. Is specially going so far as to say, it's a calling it passion driven digital media. That's really just making it to me feel like this is very new frontier for the entertainment industry. But I mean, I'm I'm glad we says he hasn't driven media. Because it sounds like a big company recognizes that while something may not generate a billion dollars. It sounds like they understand that it still has merit. And that is a great thing. Yes. Two thousand nineteen. Absolutely. You know, he gets a lot of flack for many things as he rightly should. But I keeps coming back to Disney. I'm sorry, David. But Michael Eisner, you know, very famously put we're not in the interest of explicitly making a statement to make art to make any kind of message. But in order to make great films. We will sometimes make a statement or make a great art. And I think that is very important thing to acknowledge that, you know, just make the damn thing. I don't and this news union and being a facilitator for great art is a great thing. Now, Jack what I'm hoping is that our next story does facilitate something great because it is something very near and dear to my heart. We discuss on a previous episode of the podcast that there will be. Be a mobile suit them live action movie in the not too distant future. And. Yeah. Yeah. I suppose so but the gentleman that has been tapped to write and beady executive producer for this movie is Mr Brian k Vaughan now if some of you out are out, there are not entirely familiar with that name. I looked up and in the story that we had in the show notes, it he had been involved with X Makia awesome. Why the last man pretty, okay and runaways your mileage may vary. So that's these are properties that are well known well done and have pretty decent following see. He's this guy has some writing chops and producing chops. Also, the overseer of this project that will be working directly. What sunrise will be kale. Boy her who is producing detective Pika chew. Okay. That's garnering some buzz which. And he was a producer on a little movie near and dear to my heart called Pacific rim uprising. So this man clearly has respect for the giant robot? Jack in the wake of battle angel alita turning out as well as it did. Am I wrong to see this story and be a little bit more hopeful? Like, I know we're still in the age of pooh-poohing most anime live action adaptations, but seeing the credentials of the people behind this and reading in the story that they will be working directly with sunrise, regarding mobile suit Gundem is it wrong of me to say, okay. I'm willing to keep an open mind. I've I've fallen for this before keeping an open mind. So am I crazy Jack am I crazy? I don't think you're crazy. I think this is a little less disingenuous marketing than say, I don't know making your trailer. Look really really good for a mediocre movie. That's how they get you. But good good people on on good projects potentially good projects with, you know, a Nykanen IP like this and yes with, you know, producer of Pacific rim uprising. Hey, I feel good about this. Also, I really liked the last man. So I have a good feeling about this. I read this initially the headline really quickly on the notes here. And I have to point it out because I think it's really funny that my brain thought this. But I almost accidentally read it as Matthew von, and I was really excited to see what the director of Kingsman. The secret service was going to do mobile suit gun. Oh, really would have been something. I I would I'd want that immediately. I can I just say like, I I feel like maybe a really punchy director. Why would be really great? This. But we have writing credits that sounds really good. And you know. It doesn't matter if it's a different bond that I initially thought I feel good about this Dave, and I feel like you should too. Also, just as a side note, the trailer for detective peak and shoe is they're looking really good. Can I just say, I know played a genuine Pokemon game in my life. This looks like absolute fun. I don't care if I'm an idiot or child, I don't like this is a great. This is a great gateway into Pok Amman. I've dabbled as I've said in the past and most recently, I've been a little bit more intrigued by the pokey man's again. And I think this will be a good gateway for people that may not be too familiar or a great little piece of nostalgia for everyone that oh, maybe stopped after gen one. I'm looking forward to that. And yet, I think I'm looking forward to this gun to movie, I think, I think. Movies. They're getting better there. Did you see Leo Jack? Did you see a leader? I act I unfortunately, did not I meant to before this podcast. But I am very excited to see it. I I can't bear. It is good is good. And I'm seeing sort of an upward trajectory every few years dragon ball. Evolution was bad. Ghost in the shell. Not terrible alita who was pretty damn good. Maybe there's room for hope with Gundem. Maybe there's room for hope. Yes. And they're certainly seems to be hoped with detective Pika chew. So we're back with the we're back to. Ways, Jack, we are back to our positive ways on the enemy podcast sort. Really? I know jarring place hasn't it? And I'm are you checking out anything from this upcoming season yet, Jack? I ha I haven't but I'm going to pull it up right now. And see what we got. That's right, though. I know I'm probably going to get dragged into the watching the fruits basket remake with my friends. Although let me just go ahead and take you on a little bit of a story. David. You know that anime in manga were pretty tough to come by. You know, for I say, maybe like up until recently, maybe this last decade, it's been much better. But you know, it still had some kinks to work through with DVD's and such. But there I am in the high school library checking out my requisite six books. Like do. I read a lot. Okay. Oh was a door and and an actual segment of a shelf not a whole shelf because they certainly didn't have enough. But there was a tiny little shelf that had maybe two or three random volumes of death note. Perfect for high schoolers and the entirety of fruits basket there were few others. But I can't really think of them off the top of my head now. But David when that's what you have to go on. That's what you pick up, and it's cute. It's fun. And I really feel like the end an amazing that. That originally adapted the work is it doesn't look great. It's very much that kind of we we really dried we really try to get the start style down. So you know with modern animation. I'm feeling very good about this images. Look great of why don't you tell me about some of the animates that you're thinking of checking out this season? And I will continue to look down this list. See if anything else pops out to me, Jack. Here's what I was thinking. Actually, why don't we save the big a poss- spring twenty nineteen spectacular for the next episode since we already know the next episode will be pretty special. Let's save it for the next episode. Oh, podcast tease. Everybody pot cheese. How about that? It'll give me more time to look at some stuff. See what catches my eyes so podcast t's? I like it on the next up sewed of the enemy podcasts of some sort. And yes, it will be big. It will be big. We'll do our springs. We will do our spring anime thingy Jackie. You're actually watching something on an on Netflix. These days. I'm usually the one preaching the good word of net. Flicks. What if you got? Well, I mean, I've gotten just a lot of extra time to draw as recently lot of great commission work and saw leaving some anime on the background, the usual suspects been re watching listening to castle Vanya cocky, Rui catching up on the strange life of psyche K, but the breakout series this this time has got to be David. It's got to be backstreet girls. Do you know anything about the anime, David? Is this like a gender? Swap of like, a brand new male idol group that I missed.

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"leo jack" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"leo jack" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"It's glue sales tax delivery or any kind of service plan or whatever if Alabama or Auburn was to have gone undefeated. Okay. So they're fourteen to know going down to the last day for some reason, the university of Alabama felt bad for Ashley furniture in the commitment. They'd right. Yeah. And that's my dad did the math. And he said, it was it was it was a lot of folks. And and he said, so I'm doing the math here. And and I forget how many millions he came up with. But it was a lot. And it's kind of funny though, because. Because it's actually people are actually disgusting, which is crazy. But the point is this. Ashley furniture. I'm sure prepared for that. Because the fact sign Alabama go undefeated was not that far fetched. I mean that could happen believe I'm like you. They had a policy to cover over certain amount. Yeah. Actually trying to spy out. I know I know I know, but but I I just don't see how I coach. I know you want that other national championship. And hey university in everybody involved has to be on the page to blow this game. Yeah. I know y'all and none of you have said anything air by sworn to silence. I know you really want to win this. But we gotta help Ashley furniture out. We just have to. Yeah. Y'all know what I was doing when my dad called? I was pulling up to the house, which brings me to say pressure, washing based off our conversation. To asia. Boy what a day with that was. I've got this thing here at the house. I've got dog issues at the house. I have to I have two two dogs. And you know, they're inside outside dogs. They're my wife would you consider your dogs medium sized dogs? Yeah. Yeah. Right around forty pounds, thirty thirty two. That's what I wanted people to know. It's not a small dog. And it's it's a medium style right here. Now, the breeders kind of misled me a little bit about we thought we were we're getting miniature Australian shepherds, but they're they're pretty much full. I got the was supposed to weigh like four pounds five pounds weighs thirteen. Yeah. And kind of like, you know, you sometimes see a boy, and they're like boy, he's all boy will my dogs are all dogs. They get out, and they they do the dog thing. They're just running in the mud doing all kinds of stuff chasing each other through the yard. If you get a ball in your hand, and some and you say, hey, here's the ball Vigo dowager, tell them. Hey, here's the ball. Yeah. I live in say, hey, where's the ball? And they'll go find it and come back, you know, drop it then start putting. Yeah. Well, I'll pull up and it looks like they've got a towel and they're running through the yard. 'cause you know, when the owner comes home, anybody any show. Oh, they get all excited, and they have to show off and do. So they're running through the yard full sprint, and I can see what looked to be a towel almost like flowers. The flag would okay. And then there there's a I got Jack and Leo jacks. The lead, and he's the he's what I would consider the the leader. He's the the alpha. He's the adult in this in this discussion. Leo is a year old. He's the kid. Okay. So Jack supposed to be the example. And and he's getting pulled down a road with that. That Leo is just dragging me. A matter of fact, it was a great discussion with my kids. I say this is what this what happens when you hang out with Ron picture. And so he's just he's just I mean fly and I went well look at their it was pink towel. And I went well we picked out as I got closer. I realize it's not a pink towel. That's close. And I mean, they're just they're doing the doll thing. Like, he's trying to rid the other ones on his bag and stuff. And then as I got closer, I realize there's package debris all over the place where it looked like a package had been delivered to now they opened it and prior to Christmas when we had packages delivered to the house, the Leo, okay? Would would get into the packages so much. So that that I had to say something to the UPS, please don't leave it on the ground. But we've never had that issue before. So he's some about a package something about a package you want to know what it was. It was advocates are spark who one time and Leo's just torn and there's just sparked rappers all over the place. You're kidding me. I was really tired. White on that sport. And. Yeah. And so every now, and then they'll be they'll be a package, and sometimes you can't get all the way in it. And it's just it's kinda tattered a little bit. Yeah. This try this one. There was there was like little debris. You couldn't have ripped it up, and he had a share. Well, JC had ordered. Something for his little girlfriend. He's seeing it for Christmas and exchange gifts. Well, what we ordered was didn't quite fit, and we ordered it online. So Terry and jaycee got together got the right sizes. And they give you instructions on how to ship it back in the night, replace it. Well, they had been waiting on this and it finally come back the right size, right color in everything. They've got it. And they're running through the yard by get to chase them. And they think I'm playing with. And so now, they got a paint pair of pants of some kind that are inches flapping in the wind. And so I get it. Well it. It looked to me. Now. Now, the tags are gone and and the little hanging. Decorative tags are gone because that's just being chewed up almost like a toy. But the actual the actual actual pants those are intact. Now, they they're dirty, and they got off dirt and grass. And so now race I mean jaycee was just live it, of course. Now Terry announce that hey, I'm I'm putting them in the washing machine. We're gonna see if we can't get it. But now, I don't know what to do. So we've never really a big order package kind of family. But now we've kind of gone to that listen, I got a package every day. We changing, but can't you put on comments on the delivery? Do not leave on whatever. And the livery person's see the comment on what to do they see it? Now, whether they do anything with the comments or not, I don't know. If it's a UPS you can request it be Henry signed for that though..

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"leo jack" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"leo jack" Discussed on Classic Races

"Here again at a routine we had stop the bike here late trotted jason tired metal rubble left sava got leo jack jack they must be body of driver or next year it just maybe what happened all that pissed off you know i don't know the uh the clutch you know what release it at the car crept forward turned to jack over so that was a problem the jackpot turned over on the pitstop and the crew had literally pick the car but themselves with time that got that they lost a lotta time we continue under caution here the sixth through the afternoon another unscheduled stop this time for harry gap jim phillips duckie to billy abernathy change that right front tire on here against guy billy what happened on that pistole always taken down the front sprang up are so little tight today yeah right perry said the car was pushing so he's trying to swing the kind that corners to make your turn this will loosen the car up and maybe if able to get the car through the quarters a lot better now they're showing one hundred fifty three laps on the scoreboard here at phoenix international raceway this afternoon with checker 500 after this round of pitstops this is the way we are showing them running ricky rudd would be the leader rusty walusz appears to be in the number two position than it would be mike alexander third fourth right now chair in the body fifth to jeffco nine six two allen go wikki and seventh wouldbe bill elliott and they have made quite a few adjustments on his car really trying to get him back in the thick of things of course we talk about the july halfway challenge f the races under caution at the halfway mark and they are now showing one fifty four fifty six is halfway if they're under caution here at the halfway mark the jemat halfway challenge will be settled by the leader of the fifth consecutive green flag lap once the racing gets back to grain so that's what we're looking at right now the keeping tabs on the july halfway challenge let's go back to pit road well more correctly behind van wall eli were richard petty star still.

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"leo jack" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"leo jack" Discussed on Classic Races

"The action in the thirty one car i'm geoff phillips all sorts of problems for harry gant interrogate at a routine pitstop awake yearly trotted jason tires and had a little trouble left sava got leo jack body his driver or next year it is what happened all that pissed off know i don't the the clutch you know what related and the car crept forward turned to jack over so that was the problem the jackpot turned over on the pissed off and the crew had a literally picked the car but themselves with time that got that they lost a lot of time we continue under caution here the six through the afternoon another unscheduled stop this time for harry gant jim phillips duckie to billy abernathy chains that right front tire on here against guy billy what happened on that pistole always taken down the front sprang up are so so it's a little tight today yeah right perry said the car was pushing so he's trying to swing the card that corners to make it turn this will loosen the car up and maybe a baby to get the car through the corners a lot better now they're showing one hundred fifty three laps on the scoreboard here at phoenix international raceway this afternoon the checker 500 after this round of pitstops this is the way we're showing him running ricky rudd would be the leader rusty wallis appears to be in the number two position than it would be mike alexander iii forthright now chair in the body fifth to jeff bodine's six two alan wikki and seventh wouldbe bill elian and they have made quite a few adjustments on his car really trying to get him back in the thick of things of course we talk about the july halfway challenge if the races under caution at the halfway mark and they are now showing one fifty four one fifty six is halfway if they're under caution here at the halfway mark the jemat halfway challenge will be settled by the leader of the fifth consecutive green flag lap once the racing gets back to grain so that's what we're looking at right now through keeping tabs on the july halfway challenge let's go back to pit road well.

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"leo jack" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"leo jack" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Be back second half of our show is live in under way and that will hear from steve spurrier a little bit later on dabbo sweeney joined us earlier talking about uh his upcoming season the reigning national champions we will continue with your phone calls uh we ever in need for a shot of larry don't you guys agree john hayes talking about how this man's his favorite caller uh for the record i did not agree uh uh i love it paul john my my uh i don't care period yankee ariel both leo jack what about that foul and you'd only you how would you have the best car in the show larry daschle dr thought that uh rob bub big here eight you know who i think is the best call on a general from troas cooler search by the way you act your pledge drew up by that was that was then larry i don't know how much money you might go caller larry you have to call well i i call hissy fit every time somebody looks at you the wrong way uh if so now judge napolitano say there you sleeping well big caring john look touting youth killings asan uh i look at those breaks uh i talk all the time while we don't want to listen to the big ten john and yesterday mark well look to some all the show jack uh of what you say you were a water act crabgrass check it out while i warned thursday up you know were do yo segment on the picture me today i was looking for a picture somebody's they're doing an article on the uh for an excellent never looking for an old picture and that's how the picture uh we've shown pictures of me with hair this one i mean the hair was.

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