35 Burst results for "Little League"
Meadows Hits 2 Homers, Rays Win 11th in Row Over Indians
"The rays beat the Indians for the eleventh straight time as Austin meadows smacked a pair of two run homers and she made sure we had three RBIs and I need to win the Cleveland meadows Jorien Brett Phillips each homered in the first three innings as Tampa Bay built a four one lead against JC Mejia Choi and Joe we went to each went four for five for the rays who have won five straight overall ensure the best record in the American League Lewis had worked two plus innings of relief as the thirty one year old rookie earned his first major league victory it's just exciting in the first land and you never share with my family of course this is going to be some special body Bradley hit a solo Homer for the Indians I'm Dave Ferrie
Megill Earns 1st Win, Alonso Homers Twice as Mets Blank Jays
"Tylor Megill picked up his first major league victory in Pete Alonso provided the Mets offense with a pair of homers in a three nothing shut out of the blue jays Megill allowed two hits walked one and struck out five over six innings lowering his ERA to two point one Alonso had a two run shot off ex teammate Stephen matches eighth pitch of the game Alonso added a solo shot in the eighth the Bluejays got just one runner beyond first base against McGill and a trio of relievers the win the last semester retain a four game lead in the NL east I'm Dave Ferrie
Cleveland's Baseball Team Announces 'Guardians' as New Name
"Major League baseball team will be the guardians. After this season, the club is dropping the name Indians following years of criticism that that's racist. The new name derives from tube guardians of traffic statues that have been Cleveland landmarks 1932.
Cleveland Indians' Name Changed to Guardians
"With a name change for our own NFL team. Now there's about to be a new name for Cleveland's Major League baseball team. The team has been the Indians since 1915. Together We are all Cleveland guardians. The new name was revealed in a video narrated by Tom Hanks. The change was triggered by a national reckoning by teams and institutions to permanently dropped logos and names considered. Racist, and now it's time to unite as one family one community to build the next era for this team in this city to keep watch and guard what makes this game the greatest three years ago, the Indians stop wearing their chief Wahoo logo on their jerseys and caps, not far from the team's ballpark on a bridge over the Kaya Hoga River are too large, Landmark stone edifice is referred to as guardians. I'm Ed Donahue more in sports with
NFL Warns Teams of Penalties, if Unvaccinated Players Impact Schedule
"And the National Football League, encouraging its players to get vaccinated by enacting new penalties for games Miss due to Covid 19 outbreaks. The NFL, sending out a memo. If there is an outbreak outbreak and a game has to be cancelled. The team that caused the outbreak will forfeit the game, but both teams players will lose their game
Cleveland's Baseball Team Goes From Indians to Guardians
"There is a new name for Cleveland's Major League Baseball team the team has been the Indians since nineteen fifteen gather we are all Cleveland guard the new name was revealed in a video narrated by Tom Hanks the change was triggered by a national reckoning by teams and institutions to permanently drop logo's and names considered racist and now it's time do you rate as one family one community to build the next area for this team and this city to keep watch and guard what makes this game the greatest three years ago the Indian stop wearing their chief Wahoo logo on their jerseys and caps not far from the team's ballpark on a bridge over the Cuyahoga river are too large landmark stone edifices referred to as guardians I met Donahue
The NFL Threatens Forfeits for Teams With COVID Outbreaks Among Unvaccinated Players
"According to a memo shared on twitter by nfl networks. Tom pella shero. The league has mandated. That a game cannot be rescheduled. If there's a covert nineteen outbreak among unvaccinated players and then that team will be forced to forfeit resulting in a loss for playoff seeding. The memo said the league tends to play all of its games within the scheduled eighteen week period and a nineteen week will not be at it. Who cares but if a game is cancelled. Here's where they're going to get him. If a game has cancelled and cannot be rescheduled neither teams players will be paid for the game now vaccinated players who tests positive for kovin. There are allowed to return to the team immediately after they get their too negative tests. While unvaccinated players will require to isolate will be required isolate for ten days. It's nuts
Minnesota Twins Send Nelson Cruz to Tampa Bay Rays
"Just one week to go before the trade deadline and yesterday we got the biggest trade of the summer so far the tampa bay rays the defending american league champions acquired slugger nelson cruz in poor player. Deal with the minnesota twins. They got a couple pitching prospects that are ranked within the race farm system at number ten and number seventeen nelson cruz. Such an important part of the twins lineup in recent years but also their culture. He was beloved within that organization. Here's nelson cruz. Talking about leaving the twins. But like i say i wasn't expecting this. Even if you i mean inspecting dabo unit ready for something. Like this. So we'll shocking. When they got the news. I mean especially my age. I play the wing. You know and To dial paternity as definitely a blast Oh i guess. I'll try to get the fast doc- tuition In mitchell. I'm ready for whatever comes next.
How Amtrak Developed New Social Media Marketing Strategies During the Pandemic
"Do you show people at amtrak. Examples from your riders and or do show them examples from other brands airlines or or some other kind of of travel related organization to say. Look how they're doing. How do you sort of make that case in and put together the presentation. If you will sure yeah. I think i think there's the qualitative and the quantitative of in the you know the quantitative is just like look. How many messages were getting in just raw numbers. This is how much you could break it down to. You know we're getting somebody messing us every ten minutes or two minutes or whatever you know whatever you can break it down to And just say like that's the that's like the raw numbers but here's the actual quality of the message. Here's the types of messages and we have we tagging and we look at different ways to categorize those so we were taking really that raw feedback coming in and just saying like hey Here's a way to. Here's a way to actually see what customers are saying. We actually brought tweets. We had a leadership meeting one time and we did a tweets where we did it like a jimmy. Kimmel mean tweets style. And you know where he had. We had essentially like different people in the company reading tweets that we actually get and we had groups in the leadership summit talking about like. How would you respond to this. What would be your response to this. Really video of that will put it in the show notes yet probably not a. I don't know if that was ever made public. But but it was. It was a really eye-opening exercise for our executives in this league. You know all these leaders across the company from every division every you know people that work in operations on the you know to our senior leadership so they were seeing There were seeing what people were saying so it was always interesting to me to see like how each group would respond to that because it was always a different. And then we'd think about okay. We talk as a as an organization. Okay is that where we'd want to you know. Is that how we should handle is that who would you go to. Is that where you know. So that helped a lot without relationship building that i was talking
NFL Teams Face Potential Forfeits for COVID-19 Outbreaks
"Although the NFL isn't requiring players and staff to be vaccinated commissioner Roger Goodell warned the league no games will be rescheduled if there are unvaccinated players testing positive instead he said in a memo obtained by the Associated Press forfeits could happen with players on both teams not getting paid and for playoff seeding the forfeiting team would be assessed a loss the other team assessed or wind the players union in response reminded athletes it's the same basic rules applied last year but this year the NFL is imposing additional penalties I'm Jackie Quinn
Breaking Down the Post MLB All-Star Break Stats
"Let's go ahead and start with a look beyond the box score. Those post all-star break numbers still very very high. As of monday's show was a fifty to average street. Twenty four base. four twenty. Two slugging will now. We've added a couple more days of three more days of data to those numbers. Still the two fifty two average on base down a little bit at three twenty one. But slugging up to four thirty five so at three twenty weighted on base average since the all-star break here across the league and that big uptick in slugging percentage is what i'm really focused on here for. Today's show as we know. The strikeout rate is down the stretch outrageous down quite significantly since that spin rate. Crackdown to hold a with the foreign substances. And all of that so guys are putting a lot more balls in play but now not only guys putting more balls in play but we're also seeing better fortunes at high-velocity contact and also more carry average fly ball. Distance is up here in the second. Half from june third. The time that's the second memo was actually sent out. It was a first memo in spring training back in march then. The memo came out june. Third major league baseball said we're going to take this seriously. Then enforcement started on. June twenty-first but any about from june third in july eleventh average fly ball distance three hundred nineteen here in the second. Half three hundred twenty one feet could be something could be nothing could be factors is obviously very hot in the month of july as we know and also to. You talked about this a lot on monday. Show but it's something that's still very relevant here on thursday is that we've seen a lot of below average starting pitchers since the all-star break guys are hurt. We've had several doubleheaders all of that. But also just what i've talked about on the daily article and then also on the shows here in that you've got a lot pitchers that have pitched on seven eight nine ten eleven days rest shohei. Ohtani pitched effectively two weeks worth of rest. It's tough to be sharp in those
Interview With Actress, Screen Writer, Kimm Mauceri
"With me today. I have kim mysterious. Welcome to the show. I i am doing fantastic. And i'm so excited to have you here because you have such a palette of talents and so many people just wish that they had just a missile of the things that you're able to do. Let me first start out asking you. How did you get started. Because i know around six years old. There were some things that you were doing in the industry that were pretty pretty amazing now got started because i like walking along. The old shows you now like i. Will we see and bewitched and things like that. In when i was about six years old. You know. I was watching bewitched. And you know the munsters in Craw than all that stuff you know and and i was just just really connected with the facial expressions and just all i love lucy with the is and dissolve the league choices that he made that in. I just started acting up really early and just started entertaining. Twenty four hours a day. You know at my own family. It just became army so That's pretty much how i started acting just been just felt like it. Was you know like. I was born with it. I i just i. i don't know what to say really. I just enjoy it. I you know. I do it with my family now and i just like emma walking. You know t- michel
Oakland Approves Own Terms for New Ballpark, A's Aren’t Happy
"News in the East Bay. It's now up to the athletics to decide if they want to stay in Oakland, the Oakland City Council approved their term sheet for the AIDS proposed $12 billion Waterfront stadium project at Howard Terminal, meaning the city still open to negotiating with the team Council president Nikki for Donato Baths. This marks a very important point for Oakland, the A's and this project and it is the beginning of I believe the eighth inning, but Sacramento business leaders are watching. Mostly hoping to lure in a major league baseball franchise to the city is president Dave Koval said the terms approved today are the exact terms the team wouldn't accept. Team officials say they plan to visit the Las Vegas area on Wednesday. Nika
Democrat Presidents Have a History of Promoting Propaganda
"I want to remind you of a few things. Those of you who listened over the years and have read some of these books I've written over the years. This is not the first administration. To try and take out their political enemies and criminalized Politan. Woodrow Wilson was the first they create a whole propaganda machine. And he used a man by the name of Bearnaise. You know, like the like the sauce anyway, His name was Bearnaise. He wrote a book called Propaganda. But before that, he spoke about it. He wrote about it and Propaganda wasn't a bad word back then. And so what? And so Wilson decided to use him and Some of the surrogates. Propaganda. For what he wanted to do in World War one, the League of Nations race and the rest of it because Wilson One of the founding fathers of the so called Progressive movement was a racist in the sensation ist who Resegregated, the military And he supported the Klan. A Democrat, A so called progressive Franklin Roosevelt used propaganda use the IRS. He used the FBI to intimidate, silence his opponents and send some of them to prison. One of the greatest presidents we've ever had just asked the Democrat Party. Lyndon Johnson. And I'm skipping over a few.
Proud Boys Leader Charged for Burning Banner When BLM Rioters Burned Blocks
"From AOL. The leader of the far right Proud Boys pleaded guilty money to burning a black lives matter. Banner. Taken from a historic black church during a demonstration in December. In league Theriot 37 in Miami. I understand He's a Cuban Americano, Mr Producer. Hardly white. I allowed to say that I think I will. It was arrested on January three in Washington on a warrant stemming from a December 12 incident. The proud boys and other groups marched in a raucous pro trump rally through downtown Washington. The banner was stolen from the Asbury United Methodist Church, one of the oldest black churches in the area. On top of the destruction of property charge. He also pleaded guilty to attempting to possess a high capacity gun magazine which is illegal in the city. Alright, let's stop. He burned a black lives matter. Flag, Mr Producer. Have you ever heard of anybody being charged with burning a flag? Private property or no private property. Did we see entire blocks burned during the riots of this past summer? People had their hats pulled off their heads. People have their cars damaged people, all kinds of stuff. Does it not strike anybody as weird? And beyond weird. That this guy is charged with burning a black lives matter. Banner.
Has Giannis Antetokounmpo Earned More Respect During NBA Finals?
"Of jaanus. We have a lot to talk about what it when it comes to the greek freak because he is just one win away from winning his first. Nba finals but the two time. Mvp still hasn't gotten total respect around the league from his peers. Just last year james harden. Instead of the honest. I wish i could just run and be seventeen. And just don't like that takes no skill at all. I had to actually learn how to play basketball and how to have skill. you know. i'll take that any day. Well chris paul just last week said of his finals opponent quote he comes down there. He dunks his dunks. You don't more than he shoots a layup. I don't know about this bullshit and has earned more respect during these finals for me. I don't respect him anymore. Any less than i did going into the final. Skip for me for a guy that everybody says that he can't do and he doesn't. I think the biggest thing is to make a long story short skip. He can't shoot the ball kevin durant. He's not flashy with handling the ball. Like daimler steph curry. He shoot the then. I saw back shoes. Like james harden. He's not as accomplished or if charismatic is lebron james football. A lot of guys can't can't can't can't he's a two time league. Mvp he's a defensive player of the year and he's on the cusp of winning title and being finals. Mvp that's a hell of a carpenter for a guy that got a lot of kids.
Torres, Odor Homer to Back Taillon as Yanks Beat Red Sox 9-1
"The Yankees blew past the red Sox nine to one is Gleyber Torres in RigNet or door homered to back another strong start from James in tai'an giant pitch five and a third innings of four hit ball in his one hundredth major league start improving to foreign in his past five outings Ryan lamarre added a two run Homer in the eighth his first with the Yankees and first in the majors since September twenty nineteen DJ lemay who extended his on base streak to thirty games longest in the big leagues this season the Yankees B. Boston for the second straight time after dropping the first seven meetings of the season I'm Dave Ferrie
Rodón Dominates Through 7, White Sox Blank Astros 4-0
"The white Sox won for the seventh time in eight games is Carlos Roshan allowed one hit over seven innings of a four nothing shut out of the Astros Abraham Toro is thirty single was the only hit our proton and accounted for Houston's only baserunner they're very good team you know TV will probably stay in the playoffs yeah we talked about they're tough they're tough top to bottom and you know just builds confidence when you have start like that the one Moncada and Tim Anderson hit solo homers for the white Sox who took the last two games of the series after dropping their first five meetings with the Astros Danny mendicant Adam Engel added RBI singles as Chicago improved to an American League best fifty six and thirty six I'm Dave Ferrie
"little league" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"The athletes experiences and their competitions and sales. Does that make sense yet. Does now jimmy carter or distributed the boycott of the moscow olympics. That one time Die a has some clouds there. Yeah but i talk about though. I'm running short a time here but talk about the the athlete experience of what it takes to get their. Your experience is if you want go to the olympics that has to be your soul in only focus You have to eat breathe sleep in tarim and it has to be a hundred percent all the time you're constantly training. You're constantly traveling. You know the thing that you're most people are worried about the least. Our politics on less politics are interfering with you. Being able to do your sport and so i would see it except for these top elite level extremely popular and successful athletes when it comes to money I would say the vast majority of athletes not looking to boycott The olympic simply because they put in so much time and effort and sacrifice just to try and make it to that single race. I don't see a boycott happening. Although i do agree with some of your points on an athlete's perspective I wouldn't support it all right. That's fair listen. Thank you for calling i. I gotta go to a commercial break. It's good to talk to you and glad you're realistic. So we can get your perspective on this one. Hi there in. Is your here in here. The phone number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five delighted to have you with me today. I i don't think we're going to be able to decide on the on the boycott thing with with the olympics. But i'm i'm more and more leaning towards that just because i don't think we need to give beijing any any more credible standing on the world stage. I want to switch to a different topic. You're more than welcome to chime in on that if you want. I want to play you some audio of barack obama on his name.
"little league" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Media can't see it and because the democrats listen to the left wing media on msnbc and the reporters at cnn who are show broken by donald trump. They read the new york times and the washington post all of whom were broken by. Donald trump they internalize donald trump. Criticize them as as their the press is the enemy of the people they think the republicans are therefore bad And going to get them all killed. They've internalized the hate. They can no longer report accurately. Oh what's going on on the ground. And that is a result is sitting the democrats false signals about how to play their hand. Come twenty twenty two in stan greenberg. Democratic pollster is picking up the warning signs for the democratic party. Believing the media. Never believe your own press right now. The american press corps is the democrats press and the democrats are believing it wholesale there believing the propaganda while the republicans have done what they've united the party across trump anti-trump lines. They have found that voters are voting out of cultural concern and fear for their lives over. Defunding the police and economic protection jobs and that voters black white asian hispanic really hate the woke bs. They genuinely voters despise the racist politics of the democratic party. Voters have for years been told judge each other by the content of character not the color of skin and now the woke white elite of the democratic party or tell them no skin colors what matters and they know it's not true. You have the left pushing children to go to anti-racists camps where the white kids are told their oppressors and the black kids were told they're oppressed and the voters. They're not down with it. They see those same people. Burning the streets down across america and the left say well their fiery but mostly peaceful. They see the democrats wanted to back terrorist group in israel. They see the democrats wanting to fill up the supreme court with a bunch of progressives just like them and get rid of the filibuster and rush through a host of left wing initiatives and the american people kind of get freaked out by it and the american press does. Oh no. it's all a good thing. It's all a good thing and then tells the democrats. Yeah they're so divided. They're so divided there so they can't win. do it rally your based. Democrats rally rallies. Gohar go left. Go big or go home and the democrats do it. And then election day the democrats are going to see the results in the august. The republicans really did suppress the vote. Because we lost and they'll believe that with algae and you know what the media will tell them that and drive them further insane in the run up to twenty twenty four. Welcome back it is urine and here. I am glad to have you with me today. I hope it's beautiful where you are because it is where i am but man is about to get out of the south the phone number if you wanna be on the show. Eight seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven. Three seven four to.
"little league" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"They have continued. They have sustained themselves. They have mobilized they have engaged. They won and now they're ready for a break in. This happens to whichever party wins while the republicans having lost or further energize to win it all back and so they will rebound in the mid term. But there's a little bit more to if you go back to two thousand nineteen in two thousand twenty. The media did a series of fawning profiles of nancy pelosi. Nothing pelosi did could go wrong. Everything nancy pelosi did was brilliant. And we should have. More people like nancy pelosi. That was the media characterization. When nancy pelosi was obstructing checks when nancy pelosi was refusing to walk away from the progressive members of her caucus. The media thought it was all good. The media thought it was all right part of the media's problem is that they're in a democratic bubble and then gives the republicans a latent advantage because the democrats can't see what's coming nor can the media so for example right now as i mentioned earlier in have mentioned repeatedly the democrats are obsessed with the liz cheney donald trump fight because it highlights for them a division within the republican party a necessary division. They are renewed in their obsession with cunanan to paint the republicans as a crazy fringe. They are fixated on donald trump. At all times. I wanna keep you in the headlines because they know that a lot of voters don't like him and all of that. They are convinced. The republican party is dying in about to crack up. It is conventional wisdom now in washington. Dc in the media and the democratic party that the republican days are numbered due to internal fights and the division of donald trump show to fire up their base. The democrats say let's go full left. Let's inspire a progressive revolution in america. Let's let's go woke. let's go for broke back. The palestinians defunding. The police rearrange The values and priorities of america. Punish stay at home. Parents put them at a competitive disadvantage to working parents Vilify them for not helping their kids on and on it goes all the left wing agenda raise taxes on.
"little league" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"You can get it there. You can also follow me on social media at w. erickson and right. Now i i gotta shake up what i was going to talk about And talk about something completely. Different will get to what i was going to talk about. Black lives matters of course citing with a terrorist organization. Hamas will get there. But first josh crash. Our national journal has this. There are two different ways to judge. President biden's political standing. After i four months in office one could rate. His average approval rating of fifty. Three percent is healthy given the backdrop of political partisanship in the country in his predecessors inability to ever hit the fifty percent mark or you could assess it as underwhelming given that biden overall popularity ranks near the bottom of modern presidents and is poised to decline further amid a rough stretch of news. A newly released poll from the democratic firm corps survey battleground states and congressional districts. Lynn's fuel to the more pessimistic outlook for biden and congressional democrats conducted between april twenty-seventh and may third the survey finds that republicans are tied with democrats on the generic congressional ballot. In swing states and districts. I am if you missed it. This is from stan. Greenberg respected there were gonna pollsters say what you will about pulling but when stan greenberg does a poll that is a democrat poll on behalf of democrats and it finds bad news for the democrats regardless of the accuracy of the poll. You should pay attention. Republicans are showing more enthusiasm for their party. The percentage of democrats showing the highest level of engagement dropped from eighty five percent just before last year's election to fifty seven percent of this survey by contrast sixty eight percent of republicans. Say they're still highly engaged compared to eighty four percents before the election. Far from being a divided party wins look awfully united behind donald trump sprayed populist culture war driven politics the purging of outspoken trump. Critics like liz. Cheney from party is at dissuading traditional republican for maintaining their partisan affiliation in these battlegrounds republicans are holding onto more than eighty seven percent of the non trump conservatives a constituency more skeptical of the former president. Which is five percent defecting to democrats a clear. Majority of moderate republicans are also sticking with the party for next year was just thirteen. Percent preferring democrats republicans are also holding onto the softest part of their coalition while maintaining the enthusiasm of the trump base on this competitive turf biden's job approval rating is at forty nine percent with forty-five disapproving but the intensity of support or opposition tips the scales towards republicans. Thirty three percent view the president very favorably while thirty eight percent unfit very unfavourably. He's losing ground with independence. Thirty five percent of swing. Voters approve the president's performance while forty seven percent disapprove. Democrats are winning..
"little league" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Because so much of what donald trump said and did on the campaign trail was to say. These things will happen if joe biden becomes president of the united states. And guess what they're all happening. They're all happening. Donald trump if he were to run in two thousand twenty four could run on a see. I told you so campaign. I don't think leaving. Donald trump in the forefront of people's minds right now does much good because one voters realized. He's not president and to They see the woke. They see the riots. They see joe biden they see and fuel the crimewave and the inflation and donald trump's not there. This is all under joe biden. The media's desperate to help joe biden through this. I think it actually hurts. Joe biden concurrent to this major headlines today. Let me read you. The wall street journal report. The new york attorney. General's office investigation of former president. Donald trump's business now has a criminal component. A spokesman said tuesday night joining the manhattan district attorney's office probe and expanding a months long inquiry that until now had been focused on civil fraud. We have informed the trump organization that our investigation into the organization is no longer purely civil in nature said fabian. Levy a spokesman for the attorney. General's office we are now actively investigating the trump organization in a criminal capacity along with the manhattan. Da the manhattan district attorney's office is conducting an investigation into possible bank fraud and other potential crimes separately top local prosecutor in the atlanta areas. Probably whether mr trump improperly tried influence election officials last year the trump organization did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the investigation which was reported earlier by cnn. Now question Is this actually true. You have a spokesman coming out and saying so so possibly it is But saying there's a criminal probe if you're a prosecutor looking into this sort of stuff of course there's going to be a criminal element to it. This really is it. News per se but the media courses gravitating towards it. I do however think there's something else going on here. The democrats have internalized orangemen bad. The democrats fundamentally believe that donald trump is the villain. They really believe like Jay rosen the well respected new york university journalism professor really actually admitted he believes that. The united states is on the verge of turning into a white christian nationalist nation on authoritarian. One the democrats. It's about poop crazy but the democrats have internalized that they of listen. The same people who are scarred by virus can't take their mask off are of course emotionally and mentally scarred by the events of january sixth and they have internalized at the worst possible scenario They have no reason to one. A like or understand donald trump's voters. They think they're all racist that they have internalized that. It's a bunch of white people in white people are bad therefore donald trump supporters. They're all bad they're all races. We don't need to know them. We need to destroy them. And i think they overplayed their hand on this. I do think it generates backlash i do..
"little league" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Cunanan is back at the forefront at a time the house democrats are pursuing a january six commission and it is of universal acclaim in the media outside fox that it is necessary and republicans are obstructing the truth and how dare those republicans you got andrew collide making his kind of dumb statement about tours in the capital in the picture comes out of him Blocking the doors of the house so they can't get in there. That was a unforced. Error on his part The media of course is coming after him. These are all distractions. They are designed to keep the discord within the republican party at the forefront as discord within the democratic party is growing they are designed to keep the issue in front of voters because november twenty twenty. Two is a long time away. They are designed to try to turn voters off to the gop as a way to forestall voters being turned off by the democrats. Who control everything in washington. There is a media obsession for a party in washington. Dc they have declared is dead and dying and controls nothing. We haven't had cunanan the news for months on end and suddenly a we're back to cunanan. Npr donald trump is not on social media. He's largely out of sight out of mind and suddenly. He's back in the news fulltime on a daily basis If not the liz cheney. Donald trump fight it's the Donald trump is going on vacation to new jersey fight and argument and coverage and nonsense from the media. This is all about voters. This is a well orchestrated plan by the media. I don't know that the average members media even understands how they're being played about at the upper echelons of the media and the democratic party. They do completely believe the more they can keep. Donald trump at the forefront of people's minds the more they can keep queuing on at the forefront of people's minds the better it is for the democrats. Now why is that. There's a lot of showing that your average voter doesn't particularly care for donald trump. in fact if anything. This is kind of a sign that the democrats are finally clued in on the fact that they did not have a great election night other than joe biden winning and they did so they didn't have a night because of the defunding police boom and the left wing agitation in the country but also donald trump had a bad night because he was on people's minds and people generally didn't care for donald trump. You may like donald trump but the average voter decided they were tired of him. A potentially starting world war three on twitter so guess what twitter and facebook band. Donald trump from social media. He loses he goes away. he's nowhere to be seen. he's not tweeting. The media can't report on his tweets. They they've got having they gotta having for their ratings donald trump in arguably helped the media's ratings and they've got him they think dealt the democrats as much as you can focus on trump and cunanan liz cheney you are helping the democrats so the media. I don't actually think they're right..
"little league" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"One of the earliest bellwethers of the satanic panic came in nineteen eighty with the publication of michelle remembers a memoir co written by canadian psychologist lawrence pastor and his patient. Michelle smith the book. Graphically details abuse that smith claimed to have suffered as a child at the hands of a satanic cult abuse that she had allegedly forgotten but eventually recovered through her work with passenger. The book was a bestseller pasture. Became the leading academic voice warning about the dangers of ritual abuse. He also began to consult with prosecutors criminal trials including the case that would spread fear of satanic abuse even further out of the country the mcmartin preschool trial. I thought it was the case of our times. Is danny davis attorney for dinner. Ray buckley ray. A teacher. Virginia mcmartin preschool in manhattan. Beach california was accused of abusing one of his students by the following strain. The accusations had grown to include hundreds of children's and rumors swirled that the students had been abused in satanic rituals at cemeteries in tunnels underneath the school. It was a social contagion. This is a bad story. It is notably though a national public radio story. february may eighteenth two thousand twenty one. How many of you are thinking about cunanan. Where is cunanan the headlines right now. Really mostly nowhere to be seen. I don't think it's a coincidence that the the liberal news organization that most liberals get their news from when they're on radio is suddenly dredging. Backup cunanan at a time. It's not really in people's minds. They're doing to try to keep it alive in your mind. Kay bennett at cnn. Trump ditches florida and heads north for the summer as reliably a seasons chain show. So does donald trump shift his primary residence. After establishing mar-a-lago his lavish palm beach. Florida resort as his post white house. Home and office for the last four months trump a week ago moved his base operation to his members. Only bedminster new jersey golf club where he will reside for the rest of the spring summer and into early fall. A senior member of the former presidents team confirmed to see if they can't quit him. The cannot quit donald trump. they are obsessed with his movements. They are obsessed with his statements..
"little league" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"I'm having one of those mornings folks. Welcome how are you is just. It's one of those days. I pushed a button on mike. I don't even know what i did. And i know my computer and suddenly got music. Playing from here and video won't loaded up. There goes to call. I have no idea. The gremlins have invaded. You know what this means. I'm going to have to get a new laptop. Clearly i gotta i gotta get the new mac when it comes out next month and still my soul to china i suppose. Welcome it is eric. You're excited. I am delighted to have you with me wherever you are. Whatever time of day it is. The phone number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. No we're not going to start with the democrats and no we're not gonna start with the republicans. No we're not going to start with gaza. No we're not going to start with a moss. Oh we'll get to the apartheid stuff in black. Lives matters of course siding with the terrorists. But no we're going to begin on the little league field. Virginia little league coaches must attend anti-racist training the positive coaching alliance is charging up to ten thousand dollars for diversity and inclusion training. Little league this from the washington free beacon. Alex nestor reporting the little league. Baseball coaches in alexandria. Virginia we'll be required to take a diversity equity and inclusion course this month in an email to coaches on thursday alexandria little league board president sheri riley announced the league's partnership with the positive coaching alliance. All little league coaches in board members were asked to cancel practices. Yes cancel baseball. Practice in order to attend the sports can battle. Racism workshop on may twenty fourth. Virginia school districts have mandated similar training for their teachers arlington county. Schools require teachers to participate in an equity training program in which they're taught how to create an actively anti racist learning environment loudon county schools spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on teacher training sessions based on critical race theory. The idea that american institutions are inherently racist. A sports can battle. Racism workshop document for coaches include six core themes or creating a carrying climate to model anti-racists behavior coaches are encouraged to teach themselves to pursue their own internalized. Racism and look for potential institutional racism in the community coaches are also asked to be on the lookout for moments that they can use as anti racism learning opportunities. Casey miller a spokeswoman for the positive coaching alliance told the washington free beacon. The cost for training sessions vary from a thousand dollars to ten thousand dollars..
"little league" Discussed on The Futur
"It's just more comfortable, but I was proud to do that. But you know like anything? Sometimes. It's scary. Get up there. You know, and you know sometimes it's it's really really really I mean it's usually really really fun. It's just when you see someone like. Scratching their eyebrows at you, you know in the front row because of like my non take on big graphic design or my. Sort of like me, not take the bait on something and making fun of it, you know. I'm never going to call one out now. I mean don trump's different, but I don't need to go up there and bashing fell designers I've never done any of that shit. Whatever you know, but the thing is is like you know their stories, their stories, you hear one thing, and then you react, and here's how I applied that reaction to my life, and here's why it was good and there you know I don't know it's a weird I'm proud to do. It's fun to do it's you know it's fun. Fun, to go places, it's funny. Get on a plane. I get a lot done on the plane. You know I get a lot done just going back and forth and I like going to that town. Because then you know Mike Treat in Los Angeles last week. Was I got to go to one record store? You know that was cool and we hit a couple other things that we wanted to hit my girl, but you know she did a couple couple of for things saw some of her friends. And I did my job, and you know met a bunch of people and you know heard stories from. All over the world from Romania. All kinds of people you know and they're. get nervous that they don't even know you know like Like if they even speak. Kind of English. Of those kids? This is kid from Finland. He spoke better English nice. And yet you know it was really cool, man. You know so I. Don't know I really like it. It's it's fun it's been. It's not the big shows. It's the little ones. The little ones are have been really really really cool because. I went to a little school at Minneapolis, but they had big budget. They bring some cool people. What happens when you go to a shitty little school with no budget I go to a lot of those. You know because I'm one of those kids a lot of ways. I like to go I love to go share with those guys say hey, this is what I do and how I do it. It's no big deal Well. I know you said in the beginning who are a little nervous, a little scared about being on the stage and looking at people and talking about your work, but. Obviously you've overcome that, but. A moment that you can point to to say you know what I might be on to something that the story that I'm telling is connecting with people and I enjoy doing that and I think I should do more of that. I've had kids come up to me and tears, wow! And like they're like you know what. I was always told I was going to do anything about this shit and you showed me that you can be anything you want my only in your basement. But you can do it. You know because I. have to tell them go whatever you want. You have to make sure that you know part of that. Read the Hell you want is. How do you pay your bills? You know, let's just say that you never get to apply the thing like what's your favorite thing to make with graphic design on asset to a group of kids in there a couple of hands ago. And I'll say okay. Let's say you never get to apply that to how you pay your bills, so what? You still we're doing what you WANNA. Do the funny part about this is on dribbles and things and stuff and you know. TUMBLERS vowel shortages. How come future has no e? There's no listen the future. Skies, was there a Typo? Joke? Just, so you know. I I've had kids who are moved and I've also had kids. Come to me and say you know what you're discounting graphic design by being sort of like you know and I'm like you missed the point man. You are missing the point you wanNA, work, big go work. Pick see how that goes for me. I saw tasted it. Not that cool, you know. People come up to our threatened to you. Know but really the main thing is. It's got to be fun. It's gotta be chill. I love talking about working for. My buddies or something small. That was risky. That turned into something. Really really cool. You know because that does apply all of us. You know and too many times. It's the guy up there talking about the big, the bigger the biggest, the biggest where they want to go with the could have done. You know what I. Mean Right but. Like. I'm more conflict is to go up and not even show my work and just talk about how to think about this ship and gets a little weird like some kind of motivational speaker. She and I I WANNA show shift from the front lines. Here's how I solved something. Ban there you go. And that was there wasn't a penny and bolt. Here is something. That was a big job and here's how I solved. You know because that's a different thing than working for your Buddy I. Get it now you have to have you know nicer, e mails and an. Going to meetings and you know business. You know whatever you know your your. People always say it'd be but wait a second. You know when you open up your folder. We saw a job and then it said something about apple, and it's again I'm working for Apple. I can't talk about it, but. You, know they know I'm you know I'm a good worker for them? I do my job and you know what is it? We can't talk about it well. That's just weird well. Yeah, so business. Let's talk about working on this You know t shirt, red fangs, fucking scrubby heavy metal band my buddies in town here. You know it's like. You know it's still the same application process to something big and scary I. Work My ass off. If it's here working for the big guys will much more scared. You know and your emails that much tighter in your links, so that much cleaner and everything I mean make you just because you're working for the big guys, and that's a sort of. It's sort of a a not of. Of respective like you know saying. Hey, you're trusting me with this big brand and I use this stuff roche. ously anyway. I WANNA. Do a good job for it, so that's different than your scrubby buddies need a a free job for their little website or something. I let them know clearly. Hey, you were at the bottom of the pile. These guys paying money there at the top. I mean that's that's you know that's clear because you know, I've had bands coming here with no money and say we heard you work for free and I'm like no I, if I like you record, I'll do your record. Let's do it. Just like look into what. All Right? Let's go you know so I. Mean I like that Shit Yeah. Why can't we do that? Shit in our lives well, we can. Go to the talk you'll. You'll hear about that so if people dig that cool because I know, there's people come to me and say hall kinds of Shit in August be like well. I did my best. I can't reach you up and I'll have kids to me and they are They're kind of moved you know. And they said I was GONNA throw this. And I don't. I. Don't like getting. beat up like I do it. My Shit job and I'll stop and say. Yeah. I'm I'm being redundant. I'll say but wait a second man you are. You're making a living..
"little league" Discussed on The Futur
"Like I'm not doing allow new client work, even though it's my name or whatever you WANNA call, it gets a little bigger people coming after me and I'll stop them and say you guys. I'm working on a record now. From my buddies, heavy metal band, there's not a penny to be made, and they are. Put me through, and I love it so I'm just not the right guy because feel taken off to where it's at and the speaking in the Merch in the merge sales and the book was did really really well and. It's all shit. That wasn't supposed to happen. You know yeah, and then like. I have to be kind of careful. I don't want to go and take on way way way way way more. You know because there won't be any time less. I there's there is a balance to be struck, but. I can appreciate Your Dad's saying that you know you take care of your dad. I do well. He's taking care of all. He's been retired for many many years. So yeah, it's all it's all worked out, and would would you? Would you dad do grown up? You know we are first generation immigrants from Vietnam and so he when we came to this. This country didn't speak. The language doesn't understand the culture. So the very first thing he did was bus tables and telling us a story. I said that your waiter. He said no I wasn't a waiter. I didn't even speak the language, and then eventually I was bartending, and they saw that I can make some drinks and so eventually he wound up at. A. Gigantic Semiconductor company called applied materials in Silicon Valley, so he went all the way from being a guy who bus tables to being an engineer. A working on some super complicated stuff? so that's what he wound up doing, and my mom wound up working for IBM doing designing drafting things, so they're both in the kind of tech space. Yeah Yeah. Man Wow from Vietnam. Yeah so some of the things that I'm doing. That's why I asked you this question about. Your, parents understand what you did and do they encourage it because there's a lot of graphic designers out there are people who want to pursue I don't I'm not gonNA say art, but graphic design, and it seems just as might as well be fine art. It might as well be ceramics or something like that. Sure sure. I understand testing you overcome, and luckily they've they come on board like when when you become successful, it's hard to argue against that right and. What, if my mom and dad? And I? Have Buddies here in town. The Mom and dad say what do you mean you know? We want you to be a doctor or dentist? You know and I. Know Those pressure systems like you know man. We watch cooking shows. The parents are super hard on them. You know and it comes from like like they're always talking always breaking down and always saying. Like I disappointed my mom and dad when I became a cook, but now when they see me with my own restaurant like there's like some patterns you see there, you know. Yeah, and my mom and dad wanted me to be this I understand why because those are paths to security you know I. Don't think I don't think that's only mutual to you. Know this kind of people or something whatever you know I remember. My mom got having one foot in. Both you know Aaron. You're going to have to making living. I remember them, you know. My Dad explained that to me the first time I broke my skateboard like. These. We can't go pay sixty five more bucks. You know every two weeks You're going to have to have pizza job. And that was my first job. You know and it was thirteen years old. But it was this weird thing where it was like. I know other kids, the MOM and Dad. Just they just go. Grab it for him. And we, my dad just explained to me. This is how it's going to be I remember when I started to snowboard him explaining me like first of all, this is rich. People stuff. Okay, so you understand by going to a resort and Koukoulas to can resort, but we did. We were growing up. We were we. We saved our money and we would go out to someplace you. Do you think we wanNA live in Vail? We never could, but we'd go for a week and was like this luxury for us, and we would go, but here's how you are going to do it. You know and explain to me. But there would be the same push to say go out. And pursue these things, but you've got to be. That's. Designed because it was one foot. In the fine art. One Foot in the pragmatic you know and. We have to make a living. You know you have to make a living. But yet doesn't feel like something that was like. The Hook was dangled in just a good solid job job job. This guy's dangled big jobs in front of me branding jobs and stuff, and then you know like these head hunters. She's like you understand. You were GonNa make a hundred and fifteen thousand dollars a year with a possible twenty thousand dollar bonus Aaron said. Well. I made two hundred and forty grand last year. She was like what like she's discount just discounted it. You know like you. I met you. You said You'd never know this. I did you know some jobs? One hundred bucks some jobs for ten grand that shit starts to add up. You know and I did like one. There's a one year. I could fifty seven logos Oh. My God well I. Mean You have to understand? Forty, seven of those for your buddies. are whatever or like someone with a thousand bucks or fifty hundred bucks, but that's still fifteen hundred bucks. And I do the job for three grand probably about two months ago. I remember thinking well. That have to out quit bitch about having all that nice cable that we have. The hate pain, the three hundred, a month or two, hundred and forty, five, a month, or whatever but man. We have good Internet good cable and leak and watch all HBO's. I rarely watch those ones. I'm more I like deadliest catch. I'm hooked on. You know but A. You know like in that moment. I got a call him Friday for three grand. No on something done by Monday ish. You know a Saturday morning. I paid for premium cable for a couple of years. That's still how my mind works stuff, and that comes from my dad. You know okay. You know my first summer out of school high school. and. All the kids were going to all the festivals and troy in Chicago going down traveling's and he was like. You even have to go to some of these things that he said but. There's GonNa be some weekends. We are not allowed to go, but that's okay, because you're setting yourself up for this you now. You have some kickable to all that shit. You know, 'cause I I would go up to Alaska and make money. and. You know it'd be bummed around here. My friends have these awesome summers down in. You know the the West or In the Midwest or New York City, or whatever it wasn't here, I wasn't Alaska and I was missing the playoffs in a beautiful place..
"little league" Discussed on The Futur
"Underdog story is the thing that resonates because people see themselves in you. You're the version of them that they hoped to be in years, and you're not so far away that they feel like. They can't change that dream where you have these big design wigs like Michael Bay rules or Polish, and they seem to be too far away from us, and it's inaccessible. You come out on stage. You wear your trucker cap. Cap Your Jean Jacket. You talk about not wearing pants. Talk about your dog, your mom and dad old. You are the town you live in and just being all kind of rough around the edges, and that's what people relate to. They can see that, and then you do something that they hope they can. Do you know you're working on Lagos? You're working on cool projects for snowboarding skateboarding. That kind of stuff and That's an instant access to all these young kids that are coming in and I saw on your book You did the sketches for I think one for Santa. Cruz skateboards and the one was for Santa Monica Airlines were not as Culpas I. had that exact same skateboard so that the entry point? It just feels so familiar like you're one of us I'm not saying me, but I'm just saying the young kid saying God here's here's the people's champion. Wow that's a hell of A. Supposed to say that like a no. We stop say things. Like I remember when I put that those where I'm emulating Jim. Trying to re basically copying his work. You know I had to show that is how do you learn how you learn? How lines work and colors and stuff work? That's how I. Mean I'm so thankful? I learned it through like a wild ass, skateboarding and stuff it just was so beautiful to look at it and I love to show that, and then you could see my little versions of it. You know as the years kind of you know go, but. You, know it was scary to show that because I've had kids come to me and say. I own that deck. You did that work tunnel. No. I'm just I'm just learning thirteen years old, you know. What I mean, that's really cool to hear. Man I would I would hope that people just. See what I do and they dig it. You know the thing is is. You know. I went to a nuff heights. I saw the heights. You know. I saw them I met people from them. It scared me and I just pledged I'm not even interested. You know if that's the big leagues I want nothing to do with it and I will say. Michael Beirut is one of the sweetest guys ever met. I was kind of afraid to meet him because I just know how big is and this and that, but he has a Cleveland guy in on when you meet him, he's just you know he was. He wrote me one of the greatest letters about my dad when my dad. I don't know Michael Beirut, when I saw that coming, I was like. Is there another Michael Bay route you know, of course it's. And when I got to meet him I got to say thank you. That was such a nice let. He wrote me a letter and. I I'm a fan. You know and and Paul Scheer. She was very warm, and very down to Earth, but very frenetic, just got a lot of people working for her and stuff, and you felt that you know my two seconds with her to get a self year. Whatever the hell it was because you know I'm a fan. I'm a fan and she. At least you know she made so there have been a couple. You know where I'm not only to air dirty laundry. Some people would come up to you know who were. Not mean they just didn't have this. Don't give a shit what you do. They don't know who I you know what I am or what I do they just you know I, mean they're they're? They're busy and and that's fine. You know I, mean I, I, don't know it's just a weird thing. Well, the People's champion Holy Shit. What am I? What I? What I what I? You know you can. You can stay small. With your jobs and your stuff and still make a living. and. We need to hear a little bit more that because that's not really what the pecking order sort of dictates. You know you've got to get to the big job a big thing and I just remember being in the one job i. had whether like you know? Hierarchies and I've only had one job. You know and it might have just been mutual only to a specific only to that that environment or that group of people. But you know who was leaving at five every day. Well, it was your you know. The junior designers relieving at five I was still there late at night. You know and the guy above me. He was there even later, and that's just. That's kind of how people work, and that's the working styles are different. There's nothing really wrong with you that that's how you know. If I if put another way, it's like that's how someone gets ahead. But I was still. I was there late late late and i. just remember thinking like like I'm not getting any more salary thinking that. I'm just doing a good job. You know being a good little worker. Why would I put this time into making my own life and own brand in my own little go at this stuff, and that's where I really shifted gears like I I have the energy. I still have the energy to work late, you know. But instead of doing it for someone else who basically reaps a bigger reward, and that's called business that's called business. You know you know I remember I made a really good salary and when I put my month into leave. Suddenly, they found thirty or forty more more grand to give me until like entice me and I was like. was that forty grand I was working late last bunch you know whatever now here's the deal and it's not just the place that worked for. Places are going to pay you just what they can. And that's called business, but when I got free and I got out of that stuff. I could stack all the little shit and the other sneak attack was this I was doing with.
"little league" Discussed on The Futur
"Maybe it's ten years ago. Thing when you know you didn't have didn't take a lot to buy a little house. You know that's that's all gone rain the last three years. That's all that's all done, and and it's a bummer, but you can still come here. Get a good job and get a house. Sure, but the idea of the roadies buying a house anymore. That's gone and I I. I hate to report it and I hate to even talk about it, but it's just a weird thing to me. Because I love this town because a road could have you know a house if that's making even if that's making sense like it wasn't just the the guy who you know. The the hero of the band got to own the shit right now. Everyone had a little piece, and that's why I loved him. It scared me to be down. And so cal when I worked there, it scared me because you know man, certain terms I I had no path of how it was GONNA make it. You know what I mean I had no path. There was just like you know just just I mean. How do people get to buy some big house there I I? Still don't know you know 'cause I have buddies who are successful by any stretch. However you want you know, term it. But they they'll be renting the rest of their lives. And that's just I couldn't handle it. I mean if people are into that. There's nothing wrong with that. It just scared all right, so I might theory on this and you're totally right. It isn't an expensive frigging place to live for sure. But. I was listening to a piece. I think it was on. Radio lab, and they were featuring some other show and I can't remember the name of that show, but they're talking about how this American spirit of you know. If you work hard, you can make it. And then they started to do the study, and it was determined that where you live is more of a factor of how successful you're going to be than anything else so people who are living in metropolitan cities. Where there was a lot of room for upward mobility, they tended to better whereas people who lived in. The inner cities where there wasn't a lot of economic prosperity going on, it made it a lot harder for them, so my theory is this because we have friends and people, we coach all over the world and I. Don't want to come to La just. Like my small market and I said that's totally cool, but here's the thing. Here's the wonderful thing about living such an expensive place. Is You meet a lot of people who are really entrepreneurial risk taking and they're? They want to build something. They want to build their dream. No matter what it is whether it's an entertainment or any other industry, and so we get these chance encounters that are part of just the the network. Network that you build up now. That's very corporate speak. I'm sure all your fans room. What the Hell is he talking about? But that's where I get to go and meet literally I mean I've had meetings now with billionaires sitting in the same room in my office, and I'm like Whoa. We're breathing the same air. We're still the same people and I don't know if this would happen. If I lived in a tiny little town. And so that helps to pay for some of the expenses. You incurred living here in real estate is the most expensive thing out here. Yeah Yeah. Yeah I. Can't sit ever sat in a room with a billionaire so. I, mean I. Don't I don't know I. I'm a thousand Air Man? That's all I'm concerned about. I'm just I'm serious. I'm GonNa ruin with those guys. That's fine. That's fine I'm not concerned about who's you know who's got it? Or who does? It was just a such a fucking? Reminder down there that you'll never had it. You know it's a big reminder like this big. How how I? Don't know how these people got this thing, but we were looking for great. You know doctors I don't even know your real estate, people, or whatever and you know. Now. Now here you know. In fact I'm going to stop because I, it's just such a weird thing that our little town is like. You know it's changing a lot. It's changing. It's just you know an and I think you know if I had to pick all the cities again now. Why picked Portland's? Because it was small and it was crusty and it was. I'M NOT GONNA. See Real everywhere is real. You know no here. Was this a little bit less of a pressure system? Yes, we didn't have light rail or we didn't have this or we didn't have that. We didn't have the cooler. We didn't have the culture whenever who gives a shit about any of that. You know if you're sitting in traffic all day trying to get to it. That's just weird, right? You know when I went to L. A.. About in the fall. I did a talk and four hundred people are as vp and I was like kind of terrified, because that's a lot of people. and. Two hundred showed up, which was still incredible. Big Show, but you know. I remember being told like that just kind of a Los. Angeles thing man people you know the get done with work, and then after drive two hours get somewhere. They're not going to go. You know even though they got their ticket or whatever it was not even think there was even their even really paying tickets was just get your seat, you know. which was just sort of like? Yeah, that makes sense you your cross town and it's GonNa be a long way to get there and you know I mean I don't know. I'm learning like it more and more when I go down there. I'm learning to see you know when I was a kid, and went up there at Twenty, seven or twenty eight years old, and would go up there, and you know had to pinch every single penny you know it was really tricky I'd have to make decisions and say. I can't take this toll road. Like I have to go. You know whatever and it's just like. Man. I just remember having a check myself many many times and say I have no idea what it's like to deal with some rough. Shit. I'm lucky I had a good life growing up with a Mama. Take Ali. Sorts of things are good, mom, and dad and structure and. You know some highs and some lows and I'm worried that what I have to sit in a little bit a traffic man I mean. This is a very interesting place. You know very fast a little too fast for me, yeah! A buddy of mine came out from Richmond and he swore he'd never been La. We hung out to go on. A hike wants to eat a couple of places. Hang out a little bit and showed around town, and and he fell in love, and now he's out here. He's working for me. Now moved out uprooted. His family moved out so maybe next time you're in town. If you have the time. If you got nothing to do, and you've got an afternoon to kill, we can hang out and I can show you around. And I I love it. Here I'm originally. Lived up north in in in San Jose and came down to go to school, and it just slowly migrated. West says my budget allowed. You know I did it, but you know if you don't mind, I'd love to just tell you what I see in you that. I think other people see, and maybe you can say or no I don't think so totally I'm you know I'm I'm telling? You because I. Got So. Here's what I think I think. Coming from inside of you, this is this true authentic person that there isn't another version of you and we all kind of wear. These different masks that we walk around with I think that small town accessible..
"little league" Discussed on The Futur
"Of course we're there to make a bigger profit. Of course, not take care of a lot of people with this stuff. Just around me, you know so. Of course we're trying to maximize, but. I want there to be room. If a guy or like the Guy who bought a couple hundred bucks for the stuff. And I just went. Sit To stop. Don't go anywhere and I. Just grabbed him another twenty bucks where the goodies and just said. Please thank you so much here. Let me sprinkle this into your bag. You just you just set the record today. Thank you, posters and hats and goodies and feel notes and Shit. Here's a bunch of extra stuff. Thank you because you know I. Just remember being that Kid when you buy a record. And, then they were you know and these are little. These are little, little tricks and stuff to get you to look at you know the next thing coming out on sub pop up Davidson stickers and buttons and goodies in a meant a lot to me in Michigan where we didn't have any of that stuff you know, so, I don't know I just. I just WanNa live a life. That's comfortable. You know and be approachable and the I'm trying to answer. Why people are. You said about phenomenon. He said something about like. What's this sort of interest? I would just you know I? Really liked the idea that people like kind of reading me off is like you know some big brash thing until they meet you and they just see you know then you're just a regular person. You know by no means do I haven't pulled? have it all figured out and pulled off the way I always want to pull it off, but they can come right up to me, you know. I've tried other respects with some sort of like heroes. And things I must say things got weird, but they weren't interested in talking about whatever I was interested in. You know what I mean. They let you know it real quick, and that's okay. Life is weird, but some rat kid who comes up to me and wants to tell me about you know him Blackie my design, I'm all ears I am i. mean you know what I mean I'm all ears I've got time for that. I've got time for that in a be it There's a kid coming in at noon today. who was from this little tiny little school about fifty minutes north of town here in Vancouver. And when I went and spoke there. You know they were like. Thank you for even come into Vancouver because man Cooper isn't cool. When you live in Portland you know to cross the river and it's not cool, and that's just horrible should anyway, but 'cause I've friends who live over there. You know because they can't afford are ever changing. You know fast paced Portland. There's nothing wrong. Vancouver so I go, and I talked to these kids Vancouver into little different than how I talk to these kids, and and in Portland they've got Kinda. Made you know in in the in the just a little bit different over in Portland and they kind of know it, and I'll warm for that, but to go to Vancouver I'll say you guys got get hungry. You know and I just talked to him just like I come from I. Come from his Montana well this one kid. He came to me goes, you know. I would love. I would love to come to your shop and see what you do and I said. Okay. I'm on the road a bunch coming up here, but you hit me up in the spring and I'll have you buy, and his name is Louis controls, and he's coming back and I don't I don't know the kid, but he came up to me and I'm I'm you know just Kinda? Always joke like you not an axe murderer, right? You know whatever? But we're going to go have a sandwich. I mean today I need to have some lunch right so he can come with me. Shown the shop walk around show-me. What I do you know? Show a couple of things and then we'll go walk over get. A Sandwich walked back. See My neighborhood. In l. let 'em up with some fiance and stickers and bullshit. And I don't know what am I out, you know I mean. I'm had to get him which but I like the idea of making time for that stuff like I. What if I walked? By myself you know, I'm still gonNA do that anyway. You know so I. Don't know I'm trying to be created with my time trying to make it available. Could I spend you know making more things and more stuff and being smarter with almost sherm I'm sure I could but. To what to what go, I don't I don't need a lot more. You know more money doesn't necessarily mean better. You know what I mean. I've learned that one. Weird way I mean, of course we all need cash where you guys live unique cash. Oh my God. I was down there for a couple of days. Who where do you live? You live in Santa Monica I live in the Pacific Palisades, which is one town north of? The mean streets of the PALISADES. How do you? How do you gotTa be careful? Watch your back over that listen. We were just we were just in Newport. Huntington beach will. and. For a couple of doing an orange county thing and we went up all the way up to a thing, called Don's beachcomber in. I don't even remember where it was. My girl wanted t bar. But In the Uber to go the eleven miles even on the coast it took. Thirty five forty minute. Busy Yeah and I pointed to her. I said No. You can see. There's the the hill. That's that Palisades. I can't remember where Long Beach and I lived in Long Beach, know and I could I could handle that Long Beach. The reworking people there. It was kind of gritty it was it was totally polished. Doug that you know my buddies live there, so I would stay with those guys but of course I have buddies you know in. Eagle Rock and Highland hills and echo park in that Kinda hipster trail stuff right you know. Buddies all kinds of lived all over those places, and that's all nice to you. Know It's just not for me. You know to go down there. It's very intense to me and. I love my little Portland Maybe it's ten years ago. Thing when you know you didn't have didn't take a lot to buy a little house. You know that's that's all gone rain the last three years..
"little league" Discussed on The Futur
"You'll be I. It's all kind of like money based stuff you know when I went out West as a kid nineteen, my mom and dad didn't really cut me a check. It was more like well. If you'RE GONNA, go do this good luck. You know we support. You have our blessing but there. There's ever been big bank account to tap into and. So appreciative all these years later is because I didn't need any of that Shit, you know. They had already taught me how to think creatively and taught me how to Ask Them for help if I needed help I. mean and usually it was like you know my dad helping me change brake pads or something over the phone you know I had buddies who had a mom and dad who you couldn't approach or when I was over there to hang out with the buddy, their mom and dad. Would kind of grill me. You know what my parents do. What I do or just. GonNa. Say you know. Why are you parking in the driveway? You know what I mean. That was the extent of someone sort of interaction with me. My Dad wasn't like that. My Dad, my mom and dad were warn people and make you a sandwich this. I'm just really thankful for that. And you know over the years. I would use my dad to sort of make fun of and. And mess with my travels or bring him out here and make drawings of him, or and just basically explore graphic design through my mom and dad, complicating every year I make my mom's kind of a graphic, a little birthday, graphic or something, and those things they all add up there all these sorts of like. You know I, don't I don't want him to be something that that's hidden away. You know so! I'm I'm really open about it and I understand that like Some people don't have that same sort of You know luxury with their mom and dad. Whatever you WANNA call I just I'm just really. They lost their MOMS and Dad Mom and dad's when they were young. I sounds to me like you have a really amazing special enviable relationship with your parents, and now that I'm hearing a little bit more of your story. I think the thing that is so appealing about us your willingness to strip it down and just to see it the way it is, and you know what if you don't like needle like me and I think the whole part where you talk about how old you are. From. Portland is your relationship with your parents. It very personal and I'm learning things from you is our watched and listened to you because I think a lot of people, there's their private life, and then there's a public persona in are working really hard to maintain that, and that's what's different about you. When you put it that way. It gets a little heavy because it's like when I think about it. If I had to like, go out. Like I'm a nightmare as it is fighting to go out like ramp that up more for some stage, persona or something. That just sounds so creepy. You know, but I I know I know I know because you know. I've been lucky to meet a lot of heroes out there sometimes good, sometimes a little weird for the most part, totally cool and they you know they sort of weren't what I thought they were going to be. And sometimes it's actually really fun, because sometimes unfairly either through someone's big name or whatever you. Think. You'RE NOT GONNA. have any time for you and then they do. And that's a good one other times. You know where you're. You're a gentle, little citizen and human being, and you know you go through the normal course of how you meet someone. And they just instantly right you off i. mean that's okay, too. You know I'm I'm I'm kind of up for whatever but yeah to go out there and do it. It is I I. Don't want to think about that part. You know because this story isn't about something that I tried to concoct and then in the night i. you know I sort of like turn that thing on and turn that shit off. No, this is my life. You know in the idea that if I can get ahead by coming in on Saturdays and Sundays well, that can apply to some kid and I wanNA talk about that. You know because that's how I did it. That's just. Just, the best way to put it I did it, and that's not what I was told I was told that you need to have account managers, and you need to have things and overhead and stuff, and maybe even decorum some sort of business acumen. Where like all these years later you know I love the idea of like client coming in here and being able to take a load off because they're instantly at ease, and that can just say hey. Hey, this is meant to be fun. You now take your. All the jokes about the pants and she aside but. Just be relaxed while you're here. There is none of this like you know. No one's. With. What is your most relaxed self if that's at home? You know when you get home and you're you know I saw a picture with your little boy Yup. Okay, so maybe your best time is with your your. How old's your boy? He's ten right now. I'm at ten. Trying to attain here is I'm trying to attain a life where whatever my my most comfortable moment was. That's where I'm working. You know, and that's my you know. It's like you know for a Saturday I know I'm supposed to go to farmers, markets and and. I. Don't know whatever other painful bullshit people do, but I love coming here because this is my hobby, you know and and a lot of ways. It was a hobby before it was a job. And I love to talk about that or talk like that when I'm up on some big stage, and just to kind of like you know, be a self deprecating as possible. Until someone meets me out, you know at a merch table or in the hall you know in. I'm I'm a regular person they can talk to you know. I think your story resonates so many people and you've built up almost like a cult like following, and it's pretty interesting for me to watch as a practicing graphic designer, but somebody who works on branding projects for other people. Can Do you know why? People seem to flock to you like this. To like pick it apart I. Don't know man I mean that's. That's a tough question. Because I would just hope that someone's interested first of all in the Wednesday of the graphics, they can up to my stuff and go. Why like this? It's not some inside. It's not over the ironic. It's not too cynical, you know my little kid would like this little piece of Merch. You know that there's an enjoyment quality like that's my first goal. At this morning I got into the shop and there was an email and it just this guy just slams me for my hat's first off. He said something like you know. We say something like you know the quality of your hats aside. No whoa man, and then he went into. Rip Me Apart and I. Just listen. Listen anybody else. The. Kid says you know. He says this doesn't fit my big head. I Want my money. I want exchange. He slammed me for the quality, and they're actually pretty nice. It's a hat, you know. It's a nice hat, so you know I've seen nicer hats, an obscene shittier hats. Our hats are good hat I'm not you know that's why I continue to make these things well and sell them and you know. He slammed me and then he wants to talk about the exchange here at that level. I'm getting better and better at just kind of regular back insane. Just send it back to this address and I'll send your money back like not even a thong. Whatever I. Just go right because you know I can just tell his character. You know like so fast now, too emails later. A kid had a problem with his poster. Ahead a little corner, Ding or something now we might have put that Ding or you know some dip shit the US. PS might have backed over it with.
"little league" Discussed on Coronavirus + Sports
"Welcome to Corona Virus and sports is today. We'll be talking to SL writer Matt Martel to Discuss Little League Baseball. And how it was forced to cancel the ever popular Little League World Series for the first time in its seventy three year history as a result of the pandemic the world of Little League Baseball and softball as one of the most community driven sports in the US. Working in nonprofit it's scheduling. Coaching and all around organizing is from volunteers. As the overall mission is to develop and support youth baseball and softball around the country so when the pandemic hit it came a literally the worst time riotous a spring was opening. Its doors to kids. From all over the country it was a blow both logistically and emotionally but the effects of no youth baseball also hit other countries as thanks to little league international and the Little League world series there is a massive community of teams and players from all over the globe from Latin America to Africa. Little League's.
"little league" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk
"March fifth. Welcome to the dog. Walk percent of Barstool Sports Very special guests today. I am joined by lefty. Lefty how are you? I'm oneself to a great man. Thanks for joining me. Had the distinction. He reached out to me probably a couple of weeks ago. I believe to say you on -pired the Jackie Robinson West Game Against Evergreen Park that ended up being One of the coaches Evergreen Park right of the kids out from Jackie Robinson West. Yeah so The way I mean. This is a national story. Jackie Robinson West. They made it all the way down to the world series. They Played Korea was South Korea. It plays South Korea. They lost so I mean if you remember that team if you remember like in Barstool Lor Big Cat was all like all the Games here now. Jackie Robinson West. It was a great story. You know not many teams you know from the inner city of Chicago. Make it that far and it's It ended up being kind of tarnished. I guess we could say because of this guy who kind of told on them and said these guys are out of district or whatever. But we'll get into that a little bit. I do want to start off with some general empire and questions So how did you become an up? I was at my Little League opening day parade and they just made an announcement over the microphone away. Anybody interested in helping now is about fifteen at the time and I was like yeah. I'll do it so I told Gary Starcevic Amen. I'm ready to jump start start Monday. All right let's do it so you're twenty five were you. Did you start with like coaches pitch? Did you go right into kids? Pitch in I started hurting kids pitch. Okay Yeah I was in purgatory for three years. I call it. I was up in seven and eight year old games strictly for three years. But I feel like usually people need to go through coaches pitches before you get to kids pitch right. Yeah so my literally doesn't have coaches pitch so they go straight indicates pitch at seven. They did offer like the four and five year olds. Four five six but So there's no like actual coach pitch. We'll hats off to you. I all for one summer. I did coach his pitch and I just I had enough of it. It was just the between the parents and between everything on our got done. The whatever it was cool I forget how I was in like seventh or eighth grade and obviously a lot younger. I was whatever I was making like. Fifteen bucks a game. It's a lot man. I'll things a lot and it's a heads off to you for. I mean you you were like a lot further along I was this is like it was like your actual job or was it just your summer gig out of that. It was my weekend and summer gig job. I own allowed during the summers But it was something that I could do while bouncing sports in school and stuff so that's why I chose to come go jumping path. Even though it was definitely not worth it so you were. How did you world series? How did you go for your twenty-five you start out with six? Seven and eight year olds. You said how did how how does transcend like how do you become you know going to williamsport directly but how do you do? Little League World Series. Yes so My my region. Sorry my section so the area where I live was Hosting the tournament so you know they're always scrambling for like. Hey you know China on this game or sorry. That was actually the entire tournament. I was assigned to the entire section so kind of just by chance so we were lucky to host that year. That Jackie Robinson was you know so hot. So He's more of a coincidence. I guess all really just I don't know being because they were. They were the good team so they lead to more people so ended up being because That tournament was being played in my neighborhood. So I- automatic so the guys that are running the tournament. We're from my little league. So they asked me to go on Puck. She got just kind of right place right time you know. What if there was on a north side park like you wouldn't have? Oh no chance happened for interesting interesting. So how does how does it gear work for you like you? Is that something you buy? Did you write that? Offer the Parker So the first time I need a gear went into the little leagues. Shed found to matching garden and the Chesapeake and as time went on I kinda started looking on fire and a little more and Starting my own equipment but you know for the first year. I'd say I'll just use it. Whenever I found the little league playing against sports stuff like that. Like that for a while. I saw these lugging all their shit like a pretty big trunk to kind of fit all your shit in their man stuff in my Nissan Altima at the time that the poor thing was To the Brim Buddies New could find an outfit on gear. And some baseball stuff in there. What's the what's the hardest obviously cleats you get your your Shin Guards? You get your chest. Protector is like a Blue Pants. You would wear to school like a like a former event. Gray pants scrape hands. Yeah Okay and then he just like was it. Did you light blue dark blue dependent on what the I would always carry the light blue in the dark blue on independent with other guys feeling. I usually ask what the other guy will. Color wants to say we're matching okay. And so the other guy. Did you prefer to offices pretty big deal? Yes so actually for Jacob Jake around so too but Yes I prefer to have another sometimes get stuck with one. And you're out there running around the bases like you're playing actually for sure and now you prefer blue. Do you like to be called blue? I don't mind some guys really take it to heart like I know in the majors. Do not call them on blue. But I don't mind I mean what else are they gonNA call Me Lady? People don't like to you call blue. No major link on hated you. You'd better not ask any major league. You'd better say blue to anybody. You CALL THEM MR OR COMBO. First name whatever it is you've got address them respectfully. So Fox's Joe Wes Jones last wants to be called. You know Mr Wester Joe. You're shitting. Mesler wow I feel like because you know there's definitely dudes who just love calling. Yeah and they think it's a blow April come up you know what I mean. They don't even think that it would be. It's not disrespectful though. I don't think it's disrespectful. You know baseball goes. Yeah Wow I'm kind of my mind's compost as insane so play I'll be get like a little league level. What kinds of grinds your gear when you show up in. The fields aren't dragged. When they show up there's a live what's what's the worst part about that So I actually kind of poke fun at the the parent. Volunteers Chalk up the fields. And I I have a competition on my social media of the worst lines that I've seen and some of them are just horrendous. You know But actually I. I'm usually out there dragging the fields and stuff myself five times so really yes. Part of it I don't get paid for it but I it's the way I give back to the kids and stuff like that. Seems you do this as as a way to kind of you feel good about it you don't you don't just do this for a CIA played that little league so I feel like it's my turn to give back and stuff so this is what I do for our. Let's say a quick break. Let's talk about our friends at Miller lights list of. When do you like to get it together with France? You know. Maybe it's a weekend? Maybe it's after a softball game. Maybe it's after hockey game. It doesn't matter you'd like to go together like go. Hit the bar. Maybe it's your friend's house you sit there you have a nice Miller lite and you enjoy your time with each other because who needs the social media stuff you don't want to sit there scrolling. Facebook scrolling twitter. You know look funny videos. Why sit there and make some moments maybe got a big trip coming up? Maybe you guys going hang out. 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"little league" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"Event the International Youth Sports while it might Okun Image of fun and innocence throughout its seventy three year history. The tournament has been plagued by scandal and on the afternoon of August. Twenty Ninth Nineteen Ninety. Two as spectators watched the Filipino team celebrating on the field after clobbering their American opponents. They couldn't shake the uneasy feeling that something about the situation didn't feel quite right. Welcome to sports criminals. Apar- cast original. This is the third episode in our March Madness. Special this month. We're counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from nineteen ninety. Two Thousand Twenty. I'm Carter Roy and I'm Tim Johnson in today's episode. We're going back to nineteen ninety two and the Little League World Series Scandal. Zamboanga city located on a small remote island in the Philippines is most famous for its canned sardine industry but in nineteen ninety two. It was the city's Little League Baseball team that caught the world's attention the team from Zamboanga breezed through the World Series Tournament. Demolishing everyone in its path until trouncing a squad from Long Beach California in the championship. Game fifteen to four from a gold medal in boxing thirty years before the boys victory represented the most significant athletic achievement. In the country's history they returned to the Philippines as heroes where President Fidel Ramos through them. A parade in the capital city and awarded them over forty dollars in scholarship money. Nearly everyone in the country celebrated the team's victory everyone except journalist Al Mendoza as a journalist. Mendoza's job was to tell the truth. Which wasn't always easy in a country like the Philippines twenty years before dictator Ferdinand Marcos had banned anything beyond state-sanctioned news and only recently after a regime change had independent news outlets resumed operation. Just a day. After the team's Victory Parade Mendoza published a column in the daily Enquirer with the heading mothers. How old are your children? He not only cast doubt on the ages of the players from Zamboanga City. But whether they were actually from the small town as they claimed to qualify for the Little League world series players must be between ten and twelve years old and the player must live within the geographic boundary of the town or city that his or her team represents for example. Boy From Austin Texas. Can't play on team from Dallas. Ten to twelve is also a tricky age because of the disparity and boys sizes and appearance at that age some of almost reach their adult height will others are still under five feet tall to Mendoza and many others the Filipino players looked too and too poised for boys that age after he published his column. The American League president fact sheet of questions to his counterpart in the Philippines to confirm the players were the correct age and if they were all from Zamboanga City in his response the Filipino. Little League president declared that all the players were of legal age but admitted that several from outside Zamboanga city had been added to the roster because the original players weren't able allowed to travel to the United States. He explained that Zamboanga City is a very rural area and that many of the boys were needed to work on their parents farms. Others had been too afraid to fly. He also maintained that if the substitution hadn't been made the original team from Zamboanga City would have beaten the Americans by twice as much but days later Mendoza and his colleagues revealed that excluding the eight players added to the roster from other cities the six players actually from Zamboanga city. Were all over. Asia anywhere from thirteen to fifteen years old and had assumed the identities of younger boys in town that the team had replaced their original manager with coach from Manila. A coach who couldn't even speak or understand the dialect used in Zamboanga City. Furthermore the parents of the overage athletes had also assumed false identities in an effort to maintain the ruse. Maybe the Little League Baseball could overlook the replacement of a few kids who were too scared to fly but when it came to systematic fraud perpetrated by multiple generations. They had no choice but to strip the Filipino team of its title and awarded to the boys from Long Beach for years. Alleman Dozo was considered a traitor. Someone who's reporting brought. Shame not only on the Filipino team with the country itself one that has wrestled with its own difficult history of corruption and scandal accustomed to corruption and lies from the most powerful politicians down to local youth sports coaches many. Filipinos refused to believe or acknowledge that cheating took place. And instead blamed Alman Dosa for the fallout and this refusal to take accountability only served to reinforce the cycle of cheating because in nineteen ninety-three one year after being stripped of its championship yet. Another little league team from Zamboanga City was disqualified once again for using overage players..