20 Episode results for "Mantle"

Twinkle Twinkle

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

Twinkle Twinkle

"TWINKLE twinkle little star how I wonder what you are like a diamond in the sky. That familiar nursery rhyme may actually have a ring of truth. This is innovation. Now, bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future geologists explain how diamonds are formed carbon and other carbon based materials are put under tremendous heat and pressure over millions of years and are then pushed up from Earth's mantle through volcanic eruptions. But recently, scientists are talking about a new form of diamond one that. Exists in outer space scientists have discovered a super earth. They believe is a diamond planet. The star system located about forty light years from Earth is primarily made up of carbon iron and silicon millions of years of pressure and heat have slowly turned the planet's carbon. Mantle into diamond. Now, as much as one third of the planet's mass may be made up of the crystalline stone and as NASA exoplanet. Program continues the search for planets beyond our solar system. It is safe to assume we will find other shining examples of geologically unique worlds in space for innovation. Now I'm Jennifer pulley innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V..

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Raj Patel of Mantl on Saving Community Banks

Bank-Fintech Fusion

31:55 min | 8 months ago

Raj Patel of Mantl on Saving Community Banks

"Hello and welcome to another episode of Bank Fintech Fusion. This is Phillip Ryan Director of Communications with CG catalyst and I'm here with Roush Patel Coo and co-founder of mantle. Welcome Raj thank you very much. Thanks FOR COMING UP. Tell us a bit about mantle and tell us so what drew you into financial services. You could have been anything in the world in here. You are working in Fintech. Why is that show yes so Mantle is an enterprise software company based in New York we exclusively bill technology full community regional banks and credit unions across the United States. We don't drive any of our revenue for money center banks. We don't drive any of their revenue from Fintech Fintech clients it is primarily full community and regional banks which is hopefully the owner of this. Podcast we really got drawn to the idea by setting off the bill to challenge your bank which is a very very popular Ford. There's there's a few of those those around and then we're still a few of those around in two thousand and sixteen when we kind of thought about this idea when we were investigating that one of the things we realized when we were looking at the landscape was that actually. You've got the Money Center. Banks that have the infrastructure and the resources to invest in technology. And you've got the NEO banks and the challenge of banks that are coming through and also really interesting technology and then you had the middle and who is getting squeezed in the middle it was community regional banks and credit unions in the United States Twenty five years ago they had six. They had The Money Citibank said sixteen percent of all deposits in the United States. Now that fifty nine percent. And where's that coming from? It's coming out of the community regional banks and it's going to those money centers in those banks and what's happening is that squeezing competition in the market is giving customers less choices and it's and it's and it's really hurting the industry and that's not a good thing for the country. Fewer those banks every day. There are a few of those banks every day and one of the primary reasons for that. Is The technology gap right? Because those banks and credit unions providing excellent service. They're providing more compelling products right whether or not being able to compete is on the technology side ninety six percent of all technology and community. Regional banks is outsourced. And unfortunately it's outsource all the gully and those players have been around since the sixties seventies and eighties. That's when they'll founded and there have necessarily an incentive to innovate because they've got a captive market and so we saw a really big options to bring the mindset of intact and banking backgrounds to that space and really helping provide a genuine alternative to the core providers and and hopefully help help really reinvigorating continue to grow the industry. Because we think that's a really good thing for the country in consumers and so what exactly is the product you're selling absolutely? We have a number of different products. Probably the one when most known for is our account opening sleep software so we started primarily in consumer accounting because that was an area where we saw a really big need only twenty percent of all banks and credit unions in the United States have account opening online right and obviously we know that the Internet is where the world does business. And so if you can't meet the customer where they are Econ hope to compete or retain those customers particularly for the millennial generation the newest generation. So we're all going to the big banks because that's where they absolutely right like forty. Five percent of millennials identify one of the big four one as their primary banking relationship so the next generation is literally walking out the door and going to those. And they're going to own them for life if community regional banks. They compete so web we could we drive. The biggest value industry really quickly. It was accounting And so today. We're fortunate enough to work with your dozens of institutions across the United States helping them attract customers. We'll continue to customers and with since expanded our product line tool so to business customers as well and you're providing more software as well for for banks right in between the core and the customer. Absolutely so you know what are the. What are the things we needed to? Innovate industry versus potentially existing players was to bring a much newer approach and put them one technology stack on the industry which is sometimes difficult. Some legacy systems everything in our ecosystem is API I So we have an abstraction layer that we can put on top of any core operating system Importantly a code base is is unified. I'm so it's truly enterprise software so one CO base which goes across every single customer whether your bank at four hundred million or a credit union twenty billion you get the same code base for mantle and that means that every Wednesday you get an update from US forty updates last year instead of sort of the paradigm. You might see the industry of one or two ringing lottery updates ear and say what that lets us do is it. Lets US continue to stay extremely relevant and very cutting edge and that's the top of technology that is being used in industries outside of banking And needs to come to banking. How much of a challenge is it to work with the corners Is it a kind of one and done thing or is it a constant Struggle yes so there's no shying away from it. The expertise to into to interact with the core operating system is very unique and we do see a lot of INTEX. And you. Entrance into the market trying to obstruct away from that and not because it's difficult but it's required. It's just required. You can't innovate industry. Without a good understanding the core operating system they are entrenched. They're not going. Anywhere is an amazing alternatives. Right now for banks to switch in credit unions to switch off it and so you need to be able to integrate with him. We we built that capability from day. One so we have team members that built you know across team we've had Each engineers genes is one of the first five Technical highest at various operating systems. Like smicer vice it. Dna and to date. We've done over a dozen different core banking systems successfully. Integrative lives so it's a challenge. It's an area. You have to invest in and understand. It's not the sexiest area of the technology stack for our engineers to work on. But you have to own that and you have to understand that. That's a challenge and you have to be a safe pair hands there in bank customers understand nothing about it which is probably a good thing. Yes exactly yeah. We don't talk too much about strache lehrer. Api set in sort of bank sales conversations but sometimes with the technology effects. They get really excited about what it can do. What's the most important lesson you've learned in your in your brief career so far shore? I think you might career as as opposed to just walk in this industry. I think the thing that I learned my F- way back when using when I started my first company was and I think it serves me well today and mantle as an organization is we often get comfortable leaning on what we liked doing what we know how to end. That often isn't actually the thing you need to do to grow your business or with a client as I like the tangible example of my first company I my background is I. Wouldn't you know my Undergrad? Was in finance. Went to law school when I was an investment banker for a little while after college before I saw the light and became an entrepreneur and when I started my company I spent a Lotta time legal documents and financial models. Because that's what I knew. And that's what I thought was what made a difference in actually makes very little if any difference and what actually makes a difference as getty out in token customers and understanding what to build and solving problems them and bringing solutions and selling and delivering. And if that's the most important thing in the business then that's where you as you know. One of the more important people in the company in his is one of the founders needs to run to and make your own and it might be something that you're uncomfortable doing. Maybe no particularly good at but you need to get comfortable and you need to get good at it and so That was a personal growth thing for me and I think it also says mantle because just like you until we were talking in the last question about the core operating system. That's not something that you know. A normal one full stack engineer is wanting to understand typically wants to work on. But it's the unsexy thing that is not comfortable but it's the thing that makes a really big difference so maslow's an organization that runs towards us so with so many problems to choose from. How do you? How do you choose which problem? You're going tackle tackle next the customers. Tell us right and so we have to stay very close to customers you know. They know their problems best. We need to be good understanding and passing through what they're telling us. We often have individuals. Tell us and this is no fault of their own. Because this is how express it we have banks and credit unions? Come to US WITH THE SOLUTION. Not The problem. So it'd be like it'd be great if you built this right and that's good that's good feedback but even better than that is. I have this problem right. Because of the the solution that they jumped to embeds a whole bunch of assumptions of what is possible but we actually know a whole another set of things as possible and so if we have the underlying problem to start with we start with a blank piece of paper and other people necessarily might not because of just the paradigm the Bainian. And so it's listening. It's a lot of listening. It's a lot of asking leading. Questions is a lot of talk about what's happening now. What are you struggling with? Technology problems with non technology problems. Sometimes the biggest insights gained from conversations that have nothing to do with technology. Because the person doesn't even realize it technology insolvent right. What is the biggest challenge facing mantle? Right now yeah I'd say it's the way. The industry generally thinks about technology. I think for a long time and I certainly feel this in some of my conversations. Certainly sometimes don't that. The INDUSTRY VIEWS TECHNOLOGIES AND EXPENSE. Which makes absolute sense because on the piano you talking to a bank? Cfo It is on the expense lot. Reid it's reported to the FDIC is dot processing. It's an expense. Look how much I spent on this this this correct? That's right next to payroll and rent and utilities expense. It's an expense from an accounting contract. Bought if you think about technology in other industries a lot of the buying decision in technology is talking about it as a capital investment right and it's a lot of institutions look at investing technology. Just like they look investing in a new branch or new division or acquiring. Something I can spend a million dollars technology like it's been a million dollars on headcount I can spend a million dollars acquiring this business. I can spend a million dollars investing in marketing right. It's capital allocation and often the questions we get when people looking to purchase technology is expense questions not investment questions. What do I mean by that? It's going to cost me. How do I minimize the cost versus great? Once it cost me. How do I minimize cost? But also what is the expected return from the technology? Right if I if I go and buy a million dollars technology whether it's with mantle or anybody else how is my business economically going to be better off? Am I gonNA drive five hundred thousand dollars of cost efficiency? Am I going to increase by revenue growth or in this case deposit growth or asset growth or whatever it is an inner banking context? Am I going to increase that by X. percent next year? What is the economic return that I'm going to get all my economic investment and I think the banks understand that concept and opportunity costs and capital investment because they do these sort of calculations all the time with build a new branch of by a competitor or return money to their shareholders but in the Pasta? I haven't thought about technology that way. Because usually the options they have gotten never express or articulate to them. What they're expected returns should be right there at the expected. Return from all the technology that brought in the past and so when we come in and say well his the cost of that technology but he is the results that we would like you. To See or hear the efficiencies you should gain quantified. I think that that changes the paradigm and that movie me industry in that way to US thought Asking vestment questions expense questions I think is the really big thing holding back a lot of institutions from really innovating here and. Do you see a lot of disparity juicy some institutions. That are really looking at this in a more enlightened way exactly right and I would say the the people that are first over the wall and the fos- followers are asking the question. What's what's all the fuss about over here looking at it critically of course because you absolutely should look at it more in that way and I think that those that are potentially in that bucket who are a little bit more wait and see still thinking about it as an expense question. The proof is GonNa be in the pudding if enough institutions. Make these investments in Dr Ray over times which I think the of the world are etc You will see more and more. Do this. The The BB&T merger with Suntrust and the biggest rationale about one of the biggest rationales was taught cost efficiency and the ability to invest more in technology. That was the second one right. Billy do they literally Saudi. Jp Morgan and said they're spending billions of your technology. We need more at eleven billion or something exactly and by the white technology expenses. The fossils growing light on expenses in the industry right is doesn't expense reduction pushing the industry but technologies growing double digit category because banks are realizing that if they don't invest here they're GonNa see attrition in the customer base and so it's very topical right. A lot of banks describe themselves as technology companies. They're they're large fog but their customers of technology right there. Some of the largest buyers of technology across the banking industry is one of the single biggest Buys OF TECHNOLOGY. I mean think about it. It supports over one hundred twenty billion dollars market cap for just technology companies that sell primarily the banks incredible so what does success look like for. Bank fintech partnerships is it that straight up revenue. Like you were saying I think it's we find that the the banks that we think. Think about the best often achieved the best results. Have a numerical goal in mind. And it's more than just a lot of times. We talked to institutions that. I'd like to improve customer experience and absent. Of course absolutely we want to improve the customer experience. But what what is that going to do for the customer? And we'll second do for the institution right. We should be able to measure that. So let's set a goal that's measurable. Let's find what the control is today? Let's make some changes invest and. Let's see what the measurement moves to and what the change in economic outcome is right and that can be. As simple. As net promoter score will survey results it could be called plex. Light deposits raised a man of accounts. You have been new members will customers whatever it happens to be for your institution if we think that every time a bank or credit union is investing in technology. They set a goal. Algae they should then talk to the vendors about how you can help them achieve their goals in the likely expected results and then they should measure the project and the technology against that and what you should be hoping for six months twelve months and the line you looking at the. Kpi's a what we all went into this relationship for right and we should see those result. O- better here's how we've done versus how we've done versus where we wanted to be right. His what we've achieved and guess what that does not only does that mean that internally the bank can show that this investment was successful could show to his it's invested can show it to its itself right. It knows that it's having an impact on its customers but also the next time you're trying to make intelligent investment. You have a track record right. It's a much easier conversation internally right. So what's the largest challenge of working with banks and the banks that the the ones who say no the ones you don't get what are they? What are they telling you? Yeah it's it's usually two things. It's which one of them already spoken about. They think about it as an expense. So it's still an expense minimization. Yeah The second biggest and I think this is structural and the industry will change Just like I think they'll change their thinking on expense versus and I've already started to see it. Expensive as investment is capability inside the bank some institutions and. This is absolutely for their own because they have a needed to be very very successful until now is digital mocking capabilities right right. You wouldn't be surprised if Casper or away or other great direct to consumer brands that we have here in New York have excellent digital marketing capabilities and a comedian regional bag that maybe has twenty branches and has operated in twelve counties and hasn't done anything online. You wouldn't be surprised that they don't have these robotic Edison. That makes sense because it didn't need it. But in the new world they will write with they use mantle or anybody else with they With quite custom is online or not. You need to be there and you need to have that capability. And so that's just one of a number of different capabilities. That banks and credit unions will need to build as the industry. Changes Technology comes a bigger and bigger part of it. If you WANNA BE Technology Company you need. You need to let people know that you're at well it's not it's just it's not just. Hari technology stuff right. It's it's it changes the nature of operations. It changes the nature of compliance. It changes the nature marketing as well. Right yeah so so. Do you often advise people look. You're building this thing. But no one's going to know about it. No no you so you have a great account opening software or exist how will how are People GonNa know shore or are they thinking about? It are the their marketing people thinking about on this list. Picky about it I mean. Don't get me wrong. These individuals very self aware and they understand the challenges. There they understand how they make money lose money. They understand the challenges of technology Just on different places on the COF- adoption right and I don't think I ever really gonNA conversation and they'll in somebody says to be you know we have the skills to do this. But it's obvious that they don't that's not usually it's usually like you know we want to do this but we also know we have to change the improve the skillset. Ad- addict tease Additional training etc. We only need to love. This is a new capability for the institution right like I said. Only twenty percent by Credit Union in America have online account opening so that means eighty percent of them have no existing capability. There right they have to learn it right in some form in. So it's not it's not particularly revolutionary to think that that that's going to need to happen and that's not a two week process hiring people who and I know this Ramon Company catalyst you guys. Fischl see this. Is You know that takes time. Yeah are you seeing a lot of outsourced? It at these at the banks. You're talking to. We are seeing that more and more and actually I was in an interesting regulatory conversation. Recently with the Fed regulator and particularly talking to smaller banks and credit unions situations with obviously increasing regulation which is also very topical in the industry. One of the things that the examiner said is you know. Cybersecurity is a big risk. And one of the bank is Short. He's an icon in particular roosting ICON. Giving get really good cio with security expertise to apply to work at mine solution right and there might be a four hundred million dollar bank in a potentially rural community. It's it's difficult and the regulators said. I hear that a hundred percent and I have no objection to five of getting together and getting a fifth of out so cio interesting right. And so. I think you're GonNa see that more and more particularly at the lower asset level where it just. It's just so burdensome. Sounds more like a credit union thing just on the face of it. They're they're a little bit more about the sharing sharing resources. But you know that's that I heard a regulators say to a group of banks. The banks will not even saying. That's a very practical approach to this. Because you're right like this expertise needs to happen. It needs to happen from a growth perspective with something like mantle but are also needs to happen from a security perspective from an Infosec perspective Mesaba security perspective. These banks need to to have that expertise or somebody who call on. So I'm definitely seeing it outsource more and more. I'm also seeing digital marketing. Outsourced also think that that is is is one of the better ways for bank to learn to start with right Have somebody come in do for a little while to get going but oh set while they doing the training the talent that you have internally yeah right it's not to say that somebody that's in marketing or it is an expert of the core banking systems an expedited outdoor advertising cannot learn digital. They absolutely can. They just need some time to get the cover on it right and so we're seeing that a lot. Yeah it does seem like you're you're giving something up outside your walls and I think a lot of these guys I can understand the reluctant so I guess too I for a lot of people to outsource in that sense. Absolutely but yeah the challenges. You can't have everything inside your walls. What new technology are you most excited about? What are you? What are you keeping your eye on that you think is going to have a positive impact in banking Yup. So I'm a little different in that. I don't necessarily think you know I'm not going to sit here. And say you know blockchain's GonNa Change everything or anything like that. Although I do think it's an interesting thought. Experiment if the. Us dollar was on a blockchain. Ray China's going to do that right China's pudding and I think that's the bull case for for blockchain technologies because it would avoid it would then have puffy taxation and no money laundering because the Federal Reserve could see everydollar moved in the in the economy right But I think that the two things that I look at it and I think a really interesting over the next twenty four months which I think is a little bit more actionable these. Everybody's talking about payments payments getting foster the flipside of payments getting foster and community regional banks. Don't have his capability today. The big is starting to Israel time transaction monitoring if you increase the velocity of payments you need to increase the velocity of the checks. You're doing on this payments right now. The big AML providers that are feeding a lot of these laws and things like that all the regulatory mccombs from perspective a batch and so banks finding out about transactions twenty four forty eight hours after their initiated. When they're already out and Ethan and that's a Cape tential potentially in a in a World War Two three days to settle but that is absolute death from a risk perspective and a compliance perspective in real time. Well and so I think a lot of attention goes to the real time payments and not enough attention to time transaction monitoring. It's an area that we've been working on With a with a a a great friend and partner of outscored alloy here. And you'll fintech great company. Great Company at Tommy Charles and Laura wholesome and I think that that's something that's going to be really interesting and then kind of the flip side and I think you know institution go out with real time and don't have that other piece you know again. Unfortunately get hurt. I think the other thing. And that's and that's now you can do that today right now in you could have done that last year but it would cost in a leg in the big guys could afford it that construction starting to come down and I think it's going to go mainstream as we'll time payments mainstream so it's interesting. The second thing I'd say is that the industry generally has had has made huge leaps and bounds on the consumer side in terms of automation and customer experience. And you'll seeing that with a lot of the NEO banks coming through the money chase just did a new version of mobile APP. Wells Fargo's investing Quite significantly now and the customer experience between now and ten years ago the Mobile App the digital experiences are night and day that ramp or that change has not been fully reflected on the business side on Commercial. And whether it's small business all the way up to fortune five hundred's and anywhere in the middle even amid markets right and these are some of your most important customers absolutely terrible is these are the most profitable customers of. Banco credit right and the technology is coming and is here to do that. And you'll start to see a lot of the Challenger banks and then you a challenge. Your banks move into the commercial side hyper grasshopper. Brex is coming in. You'll ramp that I'd keep an eye on and there's others and I think you're going to start. Seeing technology vendors. Come TO BANKS WITH WITH READY TO MOCK IT ready to go pieces of technology on the business side and on the commercial side of this get a vastly improve the customer experience and provide some automation that right now. It doesn't exist in the industry that's going to drastically changed the cost structure of running supporting a commercial bank. And I think that in the next twenty four months is going to be trained as well. I remember talking to one of the cores. I won't say which one and they were saying no we. We have no kind of out of the box off the shelf. Product for a small businesses like zero. It's incredibly incredibly difficult. The regulations of burdensome the document requirements most significant and today in a normal bank. It's paper right and I can take anywhere from forty five minutes for a single member. Llc in a chase branch up to four hours four days for weeks we'll complicated entities when you're coming in and you're running a real estate business you have seventeen. Different buildings may be four hundred. Different tenant accounts where you've got escrow that's a really complicated business to onboard for bank and that takes weeks months right right and that's GonNa come down in days or the next twenty four months interesting and so. I think that that is. That's going to be really big. It's not particularly sexy. It's not a consumer facing real time payments of blockchain but I think from a sort of a brick and mortar trucial bank perspective. I think that they'll look at that and say wow. That's that's really moved the needle for us right. If your experience you help your important customers have a better experience variety of differentiator correct. If the guy down the street doesn't have the correct What is your ideal customer? What what size is your sweet spot. Or WHO's your perfect customer shore today smallest institution is about four hundred million in assets And we go up to about fifty billion today. I yeah grange and we have a thousand banks and credit unions inside that space in the in the United States today And we have people all across that spectrum On a median basis. That gets them right around five billion so pretty substantial and then cut up within that range as I said at the start you know we. We not really interested in doing work for J. P. Will Wells Fargo and money center banks. I think that they're you know they have their own teams in their investing quite significantly. And that's great and I think they're doing some really interesting things leading way so we are really really focused. Laser focus on community and regional banks in that AD market And we think that there's a real offshoot for them to compete. So we're really looking for anyone in that space that that wants to do something different and really try to make a step change in their capabilities and last question. Where do you community banks and credit unions ten years from now? Obviously it's a challenging environment right now. But how do you see things Developing in the in the next decade. Yep Look I see what everybody else sees which is consolidation. That's what you see every day every week if you read American banker that's what you see in the you know the coal reports within consolidation. Interestingly enough the number of banks and credit unions below a billion is falling but between one and ten is increasing and due to consolidation judicial solid session of the of that kind of bottom Kotaro so to speak. And then there's interesting called lessons right below ten billion because of the regulatory jump. It's like ten in the miss. You WanNa be twenty. You see seeing a lot of people jump there. So I think that there's going to be more consolidation. I just don't see how that that reverses itself Unless is changing consumer behavior which. I'm not I'm not forecasting. I think that banks and credit unions. We'll be able to replicate the technology advantage that Nair banks and money center banks have over time. I think the industry is ripe for disruption. It's an oligopoly. It's you know it's the technology's been around for a long time Vendors like myself and others. I'm sure that are looking at this problem. In thinking he can be solved So I think that there's GonNa be a huge efficiency gain from technology in the sector at in that in that segment. I think that that will lower the cost structure for those entities and allow them to compete more against economies of scale. The big guys you know beyond that I think that is likely to be a reskilling of industry in some portion around the technology and I think the adapted evolve. I don't think he goes away. I think it's healthy for the country and I think it's healthy for consumers and it's the stated and you know a lot of people who realizes but it's actually the stated goal of the regulator foster swollen community regional banks because what it does is competition. I'm originally from Stralia and in Australia. We have full big banks and they own. I think three quarters of the Banke market in Australia. And it's one of the most expensive banking markets in the entire woefully consumers. America is has significantly more competition and on things like equity mortgages that really matters and so for the health of the economy we need community regional banks. Still exist thrive right. They built all the wealth of the of the country. Yeah and a lot of places that those big banks don't WanNa go right and and it's really really important and nothing very topical And I think it's super important structure economy rise. Thank you so much pleasure talking to you. Thank you so much. Thank you for listening to Bank fintech fusion. And if you enjoy the PODCAST. Please subscribe on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts by.

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Government Flu

Fame is a Bitch

21:24 min | 6 months ago

Government Flu

"From workhouse connect in. Aj Benza vein. To be walked on a leash and play really dirty kinky sex tapes is the guy. Put the COP in the peacock network. Okay Bitch Hey everybody. A J Benza. Here with fame bitch. This is your show for Friday April twenty fourth. Two Thousand Twenty coming at you. A little late had busy morning and last night. A bunch of stuff on that I had to take care of brutally hot day again today ninety. It's getting more and more difficult to wear these goddamn masks whenever I step out. I'm going to try to stay home all day today and see if I really do it. I got enough shit. A knee The cupboard to go for a day or two and be happy. So we'll see but I heard something I hope. Look I hope it's true number one It wouldn't surprise me if it's true so I want to relate this to you. Is it true well it has to be true? It's been written about in the press. Did Obama basically okay a three and a half million dollar money. Transfer to set up the lab and will hind China onto the National Institute of Health in two thousand eighteen. That's what's being written. It turns out he gave him three point. Seven million a grant in twenty fifteen so. This is kind of huge news. I would think and apparently Dr fout she linney got around the Homeland Security ordered to stop doing testing on corona virus in the United States so apparently the United States government decided based upon certain viruses. That there was no justification for this kind of research and there was a potential fruit to cause harm and possibly pandemic so there was no justification for so the government passed the moratorium in twenty fourteen and found. She approved the budgets for This ship to be sectioned for this type of research so basically and this gets me insanely angry. He essentially broke the law. Thirty Little Anthony from Brooklyn and a little catering prescriptions to people's houses. His from his family drugstore Benson has resonance basically created this entire Shit. What we're seeing now around the world gets shut down. He broke the law one against the government moratoriums and took taxpayer money. And he funded the research that has now led to covert nineteen and in two thousand seventeen. He was documented at Georgetown University. You can see this chat. Got Any youtube clip saying there was going to be a pandemic that the president would stay Steph. This president would face. So how'd this little prick know what was going to happen? You can't predict what the market's going to do three days from a highly know about a pandemic and with fucking smile on his face no less. He stated the fist president will face a pandemic. He said there's no question. There will be a challenge in the next administration in the arena of infectious diseases both chronic infectious diseases and sell already ongoing diseases. But they'll also be a surprise outbreak. Are you so this guy was involved with the funding the lab and Wuhan and then he stands there George down and says they'll be a surprise? Outbreak what fucking weasel. Come on guys. Obama at three point seven mill to fund that research in Moulin. That created this fantastic. At best we funded people who lied to us and it works were funding people. Who Know had problems handling pathogens? Which then burst this monster virus and pass it around the world so you just follow the money. It starts with the Obama Administration and the National Institute of Health and then found she. How fucking grosses this? Can we put this midget on trial? One day you know. He actually addressed the question if the virus was man made and he was lost. The words and trump is about to investigate the money trail. He's nervous he talked about the mutations of bats and the jump from a species to a human you know he's still acting like jump species but we know there were studies that were done here and we'd no more than anybody new then. They shifted off the China when the Department of Homeland Security said stop so think about that his fouled she responsible for this pandemic because he maneuvered the money. He maneuvered around. The moratorium kept the research going in China. Is it his fault not only for the pandemic but also for the response that's kill the economy and twenty two million people are out of work told you. I didn't like this guy. Never trusted them. This guy sounds like a fucking auto mechanic was overcharging. You He needs to be fired. Should criminal broke the law. One against government. I can't you know we passed the regulation and he's at a high level at the NIH breaks it and then he funds something that could harm millions of people basically in collusion with foreign government. I don't like it at all and I I. You know I knew smelt the fucking rat and if this is all true and looks to be true thankfully the press said trump is taking a look at the National Institute of Health and where the money has come from where it's gone and he's going to really take a look at that three point. Seven MILLION DOLLARS. Fowleri approved the fucking. Nih gives away thirty two billion dollars a year. We gotTA MAKE SURE. This kind of money is spent wisely Anyhow changing topics not only did the freight Oh cuomo lie and act like he never left his basement during quarantine we know that that was a bunch of bullshit so all that shady said during the newscasts with crap you know he sat there every night. Talking about it's essential. I don't want to be in the basement. GotTa be in the basement. This is what we need to do to stop the spread. We need to fight as one together forever as one. Whatever the fuck is tagline is what a bunch of bullshit and CNN doesn't care and the now after infecting his wife now is his his sons got it his fourteen year old son. Mario Cuomo has caught the virus and Now that the mom's feeling a bit better than she got worse you got better again. She's been posting on Instagram. About MARIO'S CONDITION. And of course she links that her professional wellness blog. Which details all the fucking whack a doodle. Shit that this While she calls herself a personal energy specialist all the Shit. She's been implementing at Casa Cuomo like adding a half a cup of clorox to her bath. Water to combat the radiation in metals in her system an oxygenated. She's also taken advantage of the little kids lack of taste and smell to stuff and full of healthy foods. He normally won't eat. I never felt sorry for rich kid in my life. At this time I do and proving once again that the rich very different than you and I according to Christina's website in addition to eating a bunch of You know whatever the fuck twigs and berries all this kind of health and wellness bullshit. The couple had been receiving house calls at their Hamptons home from a boutique medical practice in New York. City who comes and administers vitamin DRIPS Christina. Also borrowed what? She calls a body charger which sends electrical frequencies through the body that she believes. Transfers energy breaks up and pulls out the low frequency while replacing the higher rate. She also rented a he. Emf A pulse electromagnetic field machine which she says optimizes the ability of cells to start. He'll fuck is this girl you found. She doesn't talk this way. She's a fucking magazine editor. You know. Obviously we're past the point where you get to have pets abysmal and may be some aspirin. Tylenol will way past that. It's a miracle anybody doing anything less than the CUOMO's have managed to survive at this point because what they're doing with the money they have and the people they know not to mentioned this news thing on top of all this there's now a gaggle of concierge doctors who are charging two thousand dollars to come to people's houses out east east end of Long Island in the Hamptons and administered tests thousand dollars a pop. I you gotTa join this club. The cost five thousand and join. This is this is nothing for people out there. Five Greenwich Fucking Grocery Bill for the week. So they they spend five grand. They're in the club. And that entitles the doctor to come to the House and administer tests and drugs for two thousand dollars a pop. That's what the House calls are and I've noticed if he didn't tell me if you've this Andrew. The governor has an invited Kris back on. Shell going to put this. They haven't been on the CNN show together lately and Andrew Sean UP ON CNN. Not Too much lately. Not that I know of the governor I think is Kinda separating himself from his brother. I really think so. No more of those friendly conversations about Mama's meatballs and you're the favorite son. No you are no you. That's over I got a feeling. I just got a feeling this family especially Chris Cuomo. I think he's going to treat himself. I think he's always going to bring up corona virus the way some people bring up lime disease and Arbor Myalgia. I think this is going to be killed. He'll for the next ten or fifteen years. I think he's always going to bring this up now. Maybe I'm crazy. Maybe this will come up a lot. Maybe he will suffer here and there with with different problems in ailments. I don't know but I get the feeling some of these people like to just rest on this. I don't want to call it a laurel but they rest on the fact that they suffered from this suffered even though he fucking did a show every night from his. Goddamn base with any works out. Lifted hundred pound the barbells over his fucking head. GimMe a break. We'll kind of flu. Is that Japan have diarrhea and thrown up at the same time that is so debilitating that you couldn't pick my head off the pillow to talk to anybody. Let alone to a podcast. A newscast and this guy's Lifton hundred pound barbells doing curls. I give me a you know. It's almost like they made him the guy to get it because CNN needed somebody on and talk about it every night and spread. The Message Spread the Gospel. I don't know stranger things have happened. He's always going to bring up corona virus either to excuse himself if he does something stupid down the road like he's normally does what just because he wants to be in the conversation. I don't know anyhow in keeping with how much how different the rich are from you and I did. You see the bedroom belonging to the rapper. Drake Oh my God. There was an article in architectural digest. Think Drake gave everybody a peek into his fifty thousand square foot mega mansion in Toronto It's unbelievable the guy's got a four thousand pound black marble tub. A skull painted Piano Gold Walls. Of course a basketball court a custom-made hallway filled with all different priceless sports jerseys that he's collected had autographed. And he's also got this thirty two hundred square foot master suite with a one ton bed that cost more than a lot of your houses cost. It was installed of designed by some Swedish bed maker. Hastings Haskins. I duNNo. It's official name is the grand vividness. It costs three hundred ninety. Five thousand dollars for a fucking bed and their bed started fifteen thousand so God knows what he must have. What did he put underage girls in the mattress and he pulls them out when he wants to happen to go from fifteen to four and a grant while tell you. I'll tell you what he did you ready for this first of all very expensive dark. It looks like a dark chocolate ice cream sandwich. Actually the bed looks like the mattress and Apparently it's made from horsehair wool cotton and flax and it's got a very much higher number of high quality mattress springs And apparently there are much. There's much more horse here in this mattress than anybody else. You know but it doesn't end there. The bed sits on a leather and gold platform and it looks like a Horse's saddle. It took six hundred hours to make and it's designed to last fifty two hundred years. Who wants drake's bed after he's done with it? Who the fuck wants to go near that? And every a five times a year a team expert bed flippers will come to his house for free to flip and massage the mattress. And on those days. I Bet Tracy has to ask his under-age girlfriends like Millie. Bobby Brown to disappear for a while so no one can see how freaky and illegal. He's being with these underage little girls. He calls his friends. He's going to be found out soon. Don't worry don't worry Today's a short shell. I want to lead you at the story that I find well stories that I find fascinating because it deals with the one of my New York Yankee Heroes Mickey Mantle I grew up here in Mickey Mantle. Stories I can't say I saw plays a kid. I was too young to remember I saw plenty of highlights of Mickey's home runs. And of course Jack. My brother-in-law that was his hero and I heard so many war stories about the home run that won five hundred feet the one where the ball still was an orbit when he got home plate and went into the dugout and his teammates. Were still looking in the sky. He was you know a Damon Runyon character not only for his exploits on the field but what he did outside the field he was one of New York. City's greatest fucking ladies men. I mean he got them all. He was a legendary Cockman. And there's a book coming out by a former daily news gossip right on embed Ben Whitcomb. Ben was an intern. When I was there he used to work for George Rush. Joanna then he got his own column called Gatecrasher and he's got a book coming out it's called Gatecrasher actually and there's some great stories nearby. What kind of a Peyton manning was I mean? Look there's a great story that He's to have greeting card a business card in his jacket and when a reporter would talk to him and ask him questions if he liked the female reporter he'd give her the car in the back of the card would just say WanNa Thuc. That's the way micky handle stuff and I bet. A lot of girls jumped at it and a great story of him not being able to perform because look it was him. Whitey Ford and Billy Martin the ex Yankee manager billy more were just complete drunks. Just complete drunks. Such I mean billy. Martin died the same day. My mother died Driving drunk on a highway. But then I think the person with him change seats with him so knowing knew that billy drove drunk the time but yeah it was a bad scene. Billy was drunk in the afternoon all the time before the Games even began. But there's a great store that at one point Mickey Mantle was fucking around with Angie Dickinson. But he'd been out so long and gotten so fucked up by the time he took her home he was going down on her and he threw up honor. Yeah so that's wasn't a great night for the MIC. But I bet I bet. The next day went and clobbered two runs at Yankee Stadium. That's the kind of guy he was. He's actually forgotten or he forgot seasons. He forgot complete seasons. Of course the other famous story Mickey Mantle is. Here's a guy who need liver transplant. And he got one. He got one when all he was doing. His whole life was destroying his liver and for him to go to the top of the liver. Transfer List just a sin. I mean I know. He's a fucking hero. We all love him. But there's so many stories about Mickey being married but also having girlfriends everywhere and baby children out of wedlock. I met him one time. I was tasked with the The job of going to his restaurant uptown off Central Park called Mickey mantles was there for years and I interview Makiko. Sometimes he sat at the bar and whatever reason that that the restaurant wanted more publicity. What have you so they set me and to me? That was one of the front of the first things I did as report and went there and I just listened to make you tell stories. I wasn't alone. It was a few of us there but I don't remember who's with me but I was just. I just saw his face. Because he's such a fucking legend. Biggest four hundred could imagine like Popeye and he told me a story. Many years ago he was sitting at the bar at the restaurant which is right next to the statements hotel. Now it's the Ritz. Carlton that's where. Manton used to live when he was in New York when he was a Yankee There was nineteen ninety-one so he told me back in the day. He had a doctor friend who had a farm. A ranch whatever you. WanNa call it upstate New York and one weekend. The doctor called him and said Hey you know why. Don't you take a few friends? Few Yankee friends up to the estate. I got a bunch of eight because you can go deer hunting. Just do me a favor nixes. Whatever he's got a mule that I just don't have the heart to put down you know it's it's sick and it's got to go down. I can't pull the trigger. Do me a favor. You could haunt take. As many deer off the properties you want have a ball but take care that mule from me. You'll see it in a first of all to the left. Mickey says absolutely I would. Of course be my honor. So Mickey Whitey Ford Billy Martin. Drive upstate. Coupla house outside New York City. Get ready for the big hunting trip. Mickey stops the car they get he gets out. He goes to the front door and he's gone for a few minutes. And you know billion Why do you get in Iraq rifles? Ready and Shit. And Mickey trudges back all pissed off what happened. Mekki says that son of a bitch says he changed his mind. Here's a wants to shoot deer here. Now we fuck controlled two hours in this motherfucker. Says we can't shoot here. Fuck him like what are you GonNa do? Mickey goes in. The trunk grabs a rifle and storms off into the stable. Like what the fuck is go on. Fuck this guy. I can't shoot here. I can't shoot devier. Fuck You. He goes right to the mule he was asked to put down shoots it in the head and the thing drops perfect kill shop then he. Here's three more shots behind. He turns around turns around. And it's Billy Martin gone. I got three was fucking cows now. I've since her that. That story is an urban legend. And I wish I never knew that it might not be heard that it's become known that made that story up. It's too good. It was the it was the one and only time. I got to speak to one of my Yankee Heroes and whether it's a legendary tale or not you have to hear Mickey Mantle Telit. His delivery was perfect. He had every angle he knew exactly what it turned the corner on a joke. He was perfect at. I guess he told that so many times that he just an easy thing to say but my question is for a guy who lived life to its fullest and had an uncountable amount of legendary days and nights. Why would he have to make up store? That's why that's why I'll just. I'll always believe this is true. I'll never believe the mic limes- stranger things have happened. That's it for today. Guy Short show. It's ninety fucking degrees and I think it's eighty five in this airbnb because the air conditioners on the Fritz and I am in the bathroom which has no air circulating some sweating as I do this show. I gotta fix this fucking situation and make this weekend bearable. That's it for today. I'm AJ Benza. That was your show for April Twenty Fourth. Twenty th twenty twenty twenty twenty forty twenty. Twenty talk is mark. Thank you for listening famous. A bitch is an AJ Benza. 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#338: Where's Your Red? (The Shocking Truth Behind Sober October)

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

1:13:33 hr | 2 years ago

#338: Where's Your Red? (The Shocking Truth Behind Sober October)

"Welcome to our show fear, skeptic tank, happy, sober, October. A little different today? No guests. I'm just going to go over some stuff. This is a preview, I guess for my patriot that off soon have. I've decided to ads are no longer. Always feasible. Anyway, I'll get into that in a couple of weeks. I guess. Sir. Okay. I'm on the street, New York City. These village where I live. Favorite neighborhood in New York. So we have a sober up contests, which is have to be sober, I guess. And if teamed it with like last year, we did yoga yoga for a month me Joe Rogan procr- Agora and just like last year, Joe Rogan's managed hijack it and make it an event competition of stuff he was already doing in his life. So. He was working out. So he's like, why don't we work out that Tom had a heart rate monitor called the Maezono heart rate monitor, and it was like, why don't we do that in measures effort? So that sounds cool. And then they started complaining. I started doing okay. It's the first time I joined a gym and fifteen years Rogan's are complaining saying it was easy. Tom, Bert, agreed with them. Now, let me just break down exactly. What they were doing. Okay. This rate monitor it gives point system, so we're doing it based on points. So. If you're in the sixty, seventy percent of your max heart rate that is blue. That's two points minute fifty to sixty is gray, and that's one point a minute. Seventy to eighty seventy seventy nine. You know what I mean? Is. Green shit fucking jackhammer. Don't do this here. Yeah, fuck it. And that's what is it? Three points a minute, and then aged ninety yellow four points a minute ninety to a hundred red also four points a minute. There's no incentives to be in the red as opposed to the yellow yet somehow I'm always in the red and those guys have never been in the red. I mean, barely ever. I'm crushing them on just reds. There's no question about that. You don't get an extra points for it. But you do get good effort out of it. So I decided to going to read all the time. With his so-called Mickey. Mantle gene has complained. He said, it's easier for already get a workout in because he hasn't worked out so long. So of course, of course, when he works out, his heart rate goes higher. Okay. Yeah, that's a possible summation bird for sure. That's a possible explanation. It can't possibly because I'm lifting fucking fifty pounds less than you every time I move my leg. It can't be because you're clearly obese. You went back from last year less than two right back to Abe's. They can't possibly be that. Oh yes, show. It's just as hard. It's just as hard anyway. So Bert, what he does is he stays in the green. He likes saying the green, that's a spoken zone. The Mickey mantel gene, keeps them in the green talks about the distance. He does. I am never in the green. Listen, lifting weights and they're gonna complain that I take it easy just, you know what the green is right now you can check. I'm sure we'll publish reports at seven forty PM east coast time. I am doing this podcast. I am now at seventy four percents. This were Burt lives. I am recording a podcast casually walking around the streets of New York, and this is where Burke. It's all his points. He got seven hundred and fifty points. Yesterday was a record for points in a day from all of us. He was moving as fast as I'm moving now. So yeah, it must be because my heart rate is hard because I never worked out. That must be the answer. It can't because you're fucking taking it easy. By the way. I'm never in the green. I only do the green when I'm doing weights. I am always in the yellow or the red. So fuck off. Yeah. Look at it. Ninety seven forty one nineteen forty one on the on the Maezono monitor. I'm now in the green for a little while I'm getting points fucking stupid. Do I sound out of breath? Do I sound like I'm not doing good podcasts. I might not be, but. Let's the sponsor read, let's sponsor because that's how easy it is. I can do gaining three points a minute. I thought it was one for blue to green for yellow. I fucking kill myself on a bike, trying to get to yellow punching his hard as I could fuck and could barely walk for the next two days while Burgess cashing the green at three points a minute. I know it's a few more points, but it's thirty three percent more and not one hundred percent more. It's a massive difference. Let's sponsor. Okay. Sure. This episode is brought to you by ZipRecruiter, ZipRecruiter dot com. Everybody if you're in the hiring business, if you're an HR person, you're looking for your best candidate. Why not choose ZipRecruiter dot com? And if I now if it goes, ZipRecruiter dot com slash skeptic, you'll get free. I gotta stop so I can read those. Let's say open this up. Okay. Opening options. 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Thank you, hip recruiter dot com. Guys. If you are hiring, if you're looking for somebody your time is money. Let's recruiter help you find somebody fucking looking ways way. All right. Thank you. Separate dot com. Slash skeptic, this podcast. All right. That's the puck and episode have been working out hard. I have gone like almost every day for real almost every day in pretty cool. By the way I'm at seventy three percent now fucking fat ass. Burt the Mickey mantel gee, how about the Myron mantle gene, the Jewish gene, which means get after it, like expected me not to work out at all. And then I did like let's change the rules. Bird is fucking the worst. Look at those guys. Stats sandwich read. They have seamers redbird. What are you fucking walking it. I'd been the green this homeless, his whole time a little bit of blue. Oh, I hope you guys can check up on this. I hope you can check out this and see how fucking many points. I'm getting recording an intruder, a pot on the whole pockets. The only reason I'm out of breath is become exasperated how fucking shitty this is. Yeah. He worked out twice for three hours at a time walking. Damn, he's the worst. By the way, we've almost raised all the money to fuck in pay his debt to the kids. We're like two hundred eighty bucks down from raising fucking ten thousand dollars. We have to minus go funds percentage. We're really close. May you by the time this is that will be done. I might read fucking thank you from all the people who donated in fucking set something because as you know, pledged, if you ran a marathon, wonder how many points we get to fucking Waddell, the marathon Iran already has it easy because he hasn't worked out. So his heart rate goes up your fucking drug pills, man because you're gonna have a heart attack because how that you are. I'll help out. Don't donate to your fucking to Georgian Islas college fund when you're gone for. Sure. I'll help my friends, so I'll take care of what I have to take care of for you. I'm the only one going hard. Those guys are going casual. No, Rogan's going hard. Rogan's going hard. He's not just doing fucking fake cardio. He's also doing weights here there. But that's it. Just him. God dammit. What am I supposed to go here? Maybe go back here. Fuck in my by the way. Where the fuck Emma for real. I've been walking and not thinking about it that I'm talking not in the east village anymore. Let's see a lot of ethnic people, and it is scary. Local Latino boy during skateboard tricks, frightening. Oh, so I went to the Yankee game guys. I'm fucking sucker. You know what they say. Like believe all women is a big campaign. Now, I believe women. Meyer spots are believe everybody on doubles, fuck. So I wanted to go to the Yankee game. Here's all my money on my whole life. All spend money on. Dope food. Recording comedy specials and Yankees, playoff tickets, mid seventy, five percent right now by the way, just so you know, yeah, sure. Something I'm struggling right this. Why not? In the green listen to in weights fucking Burt. Mickey, Mantle j. fuck off God. I hope you die in this event because I don't want linked to me in any way die. Fuck in December while I'm in Europe. Oh, by the way, European tour coming up starting the sixteenth of November in Reykjavik, Iceland, shit. Now it's raining, fuck it home. It was the bad idea to do when I knew it was gonna start raining on that tour, November and December. I will also be in Manchester just moved to a bigger events if you saw bigger room. So if you saw that I was sold out Manchester now, tickets available Dublin and sold out. I don't know. I might add a second show, but the theater they wanted to move me to is like it's caused nine thousand pounds to fucking rent. So. Making like another like. Yeah, like barely anything extra do I shit load of work to get eight hundred people more in their. So I dunno, I might do a second show. I might not, but keep up the great dot com for tickets. Brighton almost. So that London is you gotta get ticket right now. It's going to sell it for sure. I mean, it's like. Might already be sold out both shows Brussels, Belgium Brussels in Belgium. Brussels, where am I going. Am I going. Across air. Sorry. Brussel. Sorry. We're the fucking my going Berlin. December third, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, stop-and-go, Norway, Oslo, Norway Zurich. Tickets are available. Now, Jerusalem is being finalized, perhaps. We're trying to get it done. I think it will be perhaps a storytelling show in Tel Aviv in December as well. Jerusalem in December Zurich, December ninth, I don't know. And then I have shooter. You guys are gonna wanna see the live table, read of shooter Danish, Neil and plenty of other guests. The script I wrote in college embarrassing. I mean, it's going to be bad, not the show. Show will be good, but the script is bearing. Seventy three percent right now this hardcore. Burt working out this is him claiming Mickey Mantle Jim for him to get his heart rate up at this percentage. Okay. Well, I, I do this. Keyhole key hold. Turns out my. SD card went full. So I lost a tire pockets recorded think quickly emptied it in my apartment, went back to doing this. Got to. I did my ZipRecruiter read, I mocked Burt for his lack of trying, and I'm back out guys. I'm back out in the street, casually reported contests at Berkeley shirt and sometimes Thompson Gore's speed in the green. The green. The worst part of the fucking these village wherever they got lights, I'm seventy percent by the way wherever the lights out, those lights, you wheel out to keep things. There's a reason for that, and the reason is crimes going to happen here. I mean, for sure. Gonna happen. So anyway, I'm out there again. You can check my stats if you want. It's now eight. Oh six. PM on Monday the fifteenth of October in the fucking worst contests that by the way, I'm not doing again. I'm not doing again. A lot of people are inspired by sober October, and I understand that Rogan said, he's gotten messages all over birthdays, gotten message bid spires people to get clean themselves. And honestly, if you one of those people. Kill yourself. I don't care. I'm not here to inspire you. I got roped into a contest, my fucking idiot, former friends. I have no interest in it. October's the best drinking New York. She has shirts easy for those guys to give it up. It sees those guys to be working all the time. You know why? Because they have no lives. They have a family. Each one of them has a family in multiple children who by the way that is my, that's a horror nightmare. That's my nightmare that I've to fucking children. All my time is spent caring for my fucking grownup sperm, you know what I do every night. I'm out. I'm out drinking at the comedy cellar out, walking around. I'm hanging out with my chick, not having a good time. You guys, those guys lives are boring. So of course they can easily do it. They have no idea what it's like to actually have a life. They forgotten. I get it. People forget things. It takes awhile, takes a while. And then eventually you start going like, oh yeah, that used to be my life. On the stupid bet and fucking better, private jet, private jet. You got the the, the static, you guys hold a fucking wealth and. And things that are like it's like a Vegas. I static. Let's go folk in hor. That's not hard core. Let's fuck. Enjoy our friendships. Anyway. So back to topers fun, I should say this. So here's what I said my money on. I don't have as much them because I don't care as much about money as they do. I care more about happiness. They always joked like like, are you could have a lot more money if you wanted to, but what price, what prices at extra money cost. I mean, I've done the math and I'm not really willing to pay that price. So you guys can if you want, I'm just, I'd love it. Love the money, but. It's not. It's not coming in a bargain anyway. So what I do spend my money on the money. I do have dope food. Recording, comedy specials. I mean, I think all my money into properly recording. Comedy specials could've made so much more money off that Netflix thing I didn't have. In integrity about it. This shit, this integrity ship, man. It cost me too much. Not really. And playoff tickets. I'm in New York as Janke fan. There's my follow these guys childhood, Jim Abbott, Steve sax. I mean, I've always been a Yankee fan. I used to be able to quote all their stats. It was amazing and they're in the playoffs, and I'm in New York, and I have a decent amount of money. So it hit me last year, like one playoff games. And so I started going. And it's great. I want to the Oakland game. When on vivid seats which is like the ESPN is connected to go like get tickets. It'll take it a vivid seats, but they charge twenty five thirty percent on top of the actual scalp ticket price like you like, all right, you know two hundred ticket for fucking hundred tickets. I can do that. You're not marketing enough like crazy, and then like wait to seventy. What is what is that. But they do provide a service and I was matter about them before then I am now. I still don't like TicketMaster fucking Jack up the price for fucking comedy show because I'm not really offering service. You know the service that TicketMaster offers you, is that of? I mean, I'm sorry, the service that they offer for when it's a sporting event of scalp ticket is offering safety. So I went and got. Tickets for the Red Sox Yankees, one of the best rivalries, all sports, meet him in the playoffs for the first time in like a decade, almost maybe more. I mean, they hate each other and I hate the Red Sox. We used to own them for a long time, and then we didn't. But after that Oakland series, I looked online, I was working, I find fucking ticket and the Craigslist tickets were faced Allieu who just people trying to get rid of their tickets. I even listened to my extra tickets. I had it for the Oakland series. Just get my money back, didn't get a buyer. So invite a couple of friends of free Luis Gomez is one of them. He left early. It was fun though who still fun still worth it, but not on my okay for the next round. If they'd get there and they did, they beat Oakland tie game. I was like, I'm going to credit. So I found a guy said he had them four tickets at face value to twenty-five sounds two hundred each. Because forget the service charge. Great. And the two hundred to twenty section which is like, second, you know section there. So. How do I get around this. Still walking around these village. Seventy percent. By the way, this is what bur generally runs at seventy percent. When he goes, I nine miles today. He's doing what I do. I'm not even bending my knees. That's a sign of of of straining is taking your knees and bending them. So I got a soon Birch's not do that on his trip. There's actual real walk in the street. Western counter people that are not of my race. Yeah, difficulty not bending my knees seventy four percent right now anyway. So I was like, yeah, I'm getting them four tickets who's gonna meet me the night before version was gonna come with me. Comedy, special coming out. Some point, comedy central produced by Bill Burr and all things comedy. But he was like, well, let me when you get tickets. The guy was gonna come eat me two AM. Oh, excuse me. Twelve AM. His wife had a diabetic. I dunno attack or something, and he was like, oh, fuck man. I'm so sorry. Only problem is I can tell you the, I can't. I can't make these guys like guarantee. They're gonna come. So I might not get the four images get to. Here's like, fuck, and I'm like, yeah, I'm I'm really sorry about your wife though. He goes. Yeah, I understand. I was halfway there turnaround, which sucks, man. It sucks to be like beholding this. Someone like that where you like. That sounds saying wrong. It's like when you actually care about somebody and then they go, wrong body goes wrong. And you really do have to take care of them. It's like just a sucky position to be in. Anyway, minimum next day, but two o'clock when online he says, got context. That's how we used to get tickets. May my brother used to go to fuck in. I never once we scout I probably says before, but with scalped Redskins Cowboys tickets. Redskins tickets on the season. Tickets were sold out for twenty years. You could pass them onto your children. That's fucking sought after a ticket was. So there were twenty dollar tickets back then we finally got some for fucking sixty. Sixty piece not bad. And twenty total. You know, it was a lot of money for kids and high school, probably. Say that probably like ninth grade and my brother was in seventh. I'm barely high school if we're about to buy them, the guy wouldn't let him look at us. You know, he's I hold the, let me fucking hold them. I mean, look, inspect them. You got to know there's a weird situation. We're not gonna run you black guy. The two Jews are not gonna outrun you. That's just not in the cards. Anyway, seventy one percent. And we're about to buy like, all right, fine is the best we're gonna get right then do walks by with his kid, seven-year-old. Anybody wants to take two chickens face value, twenty dollars each. I'm like, fuck. Yeah, we'll take those scalper lost his mind. He was like. He was like, we'll never stop Gordon. This me and my brother. We had a deal where motherfucking deal. Dealers, no contracts. As one of those works. We had a deal fucking deal. And so we got the fucking forty dollars at one twenty. Fuck int- early high school kids. There's no question bro. Seventy five percent right now. This were Burt works out and claims. He has a Mickey Mantle gene, and by the way I won't go that to this. I won't do this again because I have cried. I think pride in the man I am and the man I've turned myself into and the man I turned myself into does not take it easy and do workouts without bending his knees to win a contest. I've paid off every better I've ever made. I've done with honor. Mickey Mantle was a racist, and he fucked his kids. That's who you are. Bird. Emulating a man who fucked his kids. Anyway. So this guy shows up and I'm like, fuck because I find now he shows up at one o'clock. I gotta find somebody to find. I gotta find these guys say yes in like five hours before you gotta be at the game. Six hours, seven o'clock game. We got line. I six. One one, you know, we fucking took a home game in Boston, huge. Gotta win Godwin. Times are enough. Got to go to spots. Anyway. Gosh, shows up four tickets. I looked at him. I look online to see what the tickets look like. I did my due diligence. They looked exactly like that. And I was like, she don't fucking take four if not. I can scoff at the game. I can get two hundred a piece for him at the game, the two hundred dollar tickets to twenty five even better. Am I sitting right next? Somebody go real, come in with me. You know, great solution, great solution. So. Okay. I see him third bayside full section below where we saw for the Oakland game for fucking two fifty a piece. In by the way the first round nine in the second round shift. The other way. The other way. What does this school. Okay. So. Look down. I'm fucking fine. Got okay. Then I talked to Justin, my Asian my exit extraordinaire guys. He's not taking low level clients anymore. I got lucky Justin. Okay. Here's Justin galls clients me d. as Callan renaissance eighty. Here's how he got us all. There was theory going around Hollywood that the comedy store was not worth going into. He was started as fucking promoter of music shows, and then he got a job as an assistant and to rich super agent himself. Somebody's really embraced what it means like enjoy his life over just work, always mile, rich Suber. You got an assistant job for him and he's like, let's time to my own client this is due. So he's like, hey, how about the comedy store? I grew up in, you know, around this neighborhood. Tommy's there was always a place to go and they're like, nah, nobody goes the comedy store. And it goes really why? Because we just don't go there. Comedy show was a fucking hole guys. It was a home, so we're not like Enzi be talks to Burt and says, women where the fuck were you where the fuck a great place to work out. And it was fucking six people on Tuesday and Wednesday, and it was open doors and now that it's popular, I want in fuck off all of you. The men and the women. Fuck off. It's my club. It's not your club. It's my club. I made it. You didn't. Anyway, back to anger, seventy four percent. You know if you hold your breath during this, you can even get more points fucking loser. Tom, not much better. I barely see any from you at all fucking challenge yourself. At least rogue him. He's not getting ready because he's lifting weights. He's going hard on waits waits I get, but you'll see some up and down. If I, if you look at these, you'll see the up and down weights like periods of heavy breathing periods of recovery. If it straight that's cardio and you'll see Burt and Tom, Tom goes into yellow, at least Birt's barely ever yellow Mickey Mantle gene, my ass when you're contests. But all when the war and the war means being alive in the year twenty Twenty-nine anyway. So. Was I gonna say, oh, got these tickets. Oh, no. Sorry. So Ed, Brooke was like, well, I know, I'm guess I'm not supposed to go into the commerce, but I don't know why. So I think I'm just going to go in and he went in found all these comics unrepresented Venezia was imaging year two and your three of the league, a great television show couldn't find an agent to send them on the road. He's a great comic. He's a solid gray comic and he couldn't find someone just sent him on the road. You get headline gigs here or there, but never anything standard or like regular and Justin went any signed him. He signed Diaz he signed Callen, dove bread. Ernst sign me later that she met me through and his e one of the league premiers. I think he was talking to other people to Don Marie had, I guess, from someone else from super anyway signs all. So I talked to add Brooke and ever goes tickets fake. What do you mean to them? Seen him? Because dude, even if the real, which doubt only has to do is transfer the Texas someone else online and those tickets are worthless. You know, they have come hardcopy tickets, but once you, you can sell them and you don't have to sell them live, you saw them online. So you can do that from behind you. And I realized I had Rams tickets sell a lot of them. I made my money that I want to end up going like three or four Rams games. Three Rams games sold the other five made all my money back. So it's worth it. You know, not this year. Maybe the move to the new stadium, but. Anyway, so he goes, yeah, they transformed the tickets worth us. I'm like, mother, fucked verse. I got tickets really was. There's a chance you might be counterfeit, and then I texted him back. The more I think about these definitely say. And he goes, oh, man. I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry. If you go the next round, you know, we'll go then. And so I invited mill house, Chris Mel house, we went. I was like, let me get rid of two of these tickets item, moral conundrum, joy, sell tickets. Once I know they're counterfeit, and the answer's going to do that. But when I still had hope that might not be counterfeit. Yes, I sold to to scalpers. How much I get for three hundred three hundred total for. Three hundred total for for two tickets. So of the eight hundred spent. I'm now down five hundred. Wait in line with mill house, so whatever fifty tickets, no bad, not bad at all. Still still. Okay. We're the line. Scandal tickets go some like Reggie like scans. It goes green or blue. Never changes. Colors, never changes colors. So. Fake. Oh tickets, dude. I fucking told that guy how sorry was about his wife. I mean, people are worried about scanning Tyler, then you should be you should be wary of the scams that are in whatever country. But the idea that our country is somehow better somehow less likely to fall prey to the same same situation. Same scans is ridiculous. I got straight up scam. China, find tickets at face value. There wasn't happening. We went on vivid seats, chicken master. And we pay the extra. They were hundred ninety nine dollars each for the sexy sound the first time to three hundred section charge. An extra fifty bucks a piece, twenty-five percent, extra hundred bucks. Extra total millers gave me two hundred for the one face value. What you said he was going to pay for the one. I bought two hundred, which is fine. I get it. I have some money. So. How much I spending on my ticket. Milewski me two hundred spent five hundred to the two worthless ones plus another two, five thousand eight hundred dollars for ticket for the Red Sox to drug the Yankees seventeen to one. I think the score was sixteen to one. It wasn't hang. It was embarrassing. They said Severino hadn't gotten the wasn't called you. Not gotten the. Do it here. Get recognized, want to be doing that they Severino fucking tipped off pitches and they said he wasn't warmed up. Said he wanted eight minutes for first pitch. Does. He thought it was an eight fifteen game instead of a seven forty game. Sorry. Get run over my bikes. Cannot be going any slower. I'm walking with him on a bike. He's on a bike, I'm walking and I'm catching up to them. Gotta go around. No, he's going around. Great. Thanks. Joe. Do they get angry at people walking at a regular pace, this city, it makes me so mad the SUNY people. It's not natural. It's really not natural anyway. Yeah, I was terrible, but fucking whatever lesson learned story out of it and helped us podcast, but Faulk. So annoying. Fucking so anyway. So when I should on TicketMaster charging twenty five up to forty percent extra for comedy, show tickets. I'm not coming off that. That's fucking bullshit. You offer service of Brown paper tickets for three percents. But for sporting events when you're scalping ticket or anything that you're scalping ticket for sure. TicketMaster vivid seats stub, though they do offer you for that's one hundred percent. Is security. I'm not gonna Craigslist anymore. This is no way I will go Craigslist and then find the guys. They transferred me the ticket right now and then I'll pay you, but I ain't trust anybody more, especially not New York fucking scam city. There's no way. All right hundred and thirty four. Eight thirty hundred four hundred thirty four points hundred thirty five points for this podcast I've recorded. This is the workout the bird Stewart just see. You know when he starts claiming the fucking powerfully is by the way. I don't know if I said it's the intro we so we got the money. We're lie about two hundred eighty dollars down from raising the money that Burt said he was going to pledge those children. We got a three thousand dollar pledge for somebody. Three names, Eric, you know what I'm gonna do. The end of the puck is gonna. Read all the fucking quotes and give thanks for all the people who pledged money to cover Burke Crushers debt that he promised to children, and I went and the people spoke, and they said that is not okay, Burt, that is not okay. What you're doing to abuse him. Some of this children died in the interim between you send you give them the money. They could have had a nice Christmas present to now they are dead. So congratulations. They died with a frown on their face. But the people smoke and they said, we won't. We won't take anymore. We'll do a weekend to make up for the injustices of the world. The injustices of the Crushers not leeann. It's not your problem. You make great jam. But the Birt's the problem, people problematic should be the name of birds. Next podcast. He should say on there, everything is normally doing in his life. Because he lives in a problematic way. All right. So, yeah, we're going to do. I'm going to give it up for all the people who fucking who gave I'll go online. By the way, just picking it up the pace right now. If you go to eight twenty seven fifty five you'll see. I just went from seventy to seventy four percent from. Not even run across the street, just double timing, the walk across the street. That's reports relations, man, you're one, you're gonna win, man, no problem way to go. Wait, wait a fucking fucking work hard, but we all know who's really winning people at work hard at their fucking physique. People work hard and try to live their lives. I mean, their whole lives to their kids graduate high school actually, that's not. Yeah, I don't have kids. But the point is I'm fucking winning this event. You can say the points all you want, but I thought at one, yeah, John Jones loss f deaf guy. Shut up my nose, you wince things and everybody knows that I'm beating bird and Tom Rogan at least is working hard and doing this fucking normal. Workouts. He's straining hard as in my, I don't even want to keep these points. I will just offset the seven hundred fifty. He got by fucking casually doing this walk for four hours. You know, reading a fucking book, probably name. You're watching movie. Probably read a book, like with the actual words, plus the books that Burt reads with his fucking uneducated, Florida. Trash mind, probably have big lettering so he could probably read them all. He's doing this walking. What am I going to say? Oh, okay. So I guess that's it. I guess that's a podcast. Oh, I didn't say my dates motherfucking Thuc. I'm going through Europe, say these. Well, I got shooter. The lifestorage live by the way become come to storyteller show in Phoenix on October twenty. Seventh dress up the topic of scary stories. So feel free to wear your costumes, your hollowing costumes, Brigham him out early. It is a Saturday before Halloween, so it's custom day. So dress up. I'm not going to be. I will be just up for the Tober. Thirtieth storytelling show. Also scary stories at nuke. At the the comedy sell. The village underground is has an oval lineup. So I'm actually doing the story show at the comedy cellar. You could show up and try to get standby tickets. All the reservations are gone, but I don't think he'll actually pay reservation ahead of time. People might not show up that's possible, but I'm really excited about that. About doing or fears renamed storytelling show in the actual comedy cellar. Pretty fucking cool. And the my European source shooter November. Eleventh. Dantonio we're going to do alive. Read of the script I wrote college. You've heard me talk about tons of times. It's going to be bad guys. I'm really, sorry. I'm really sorry. I suck. I fucking saw. But we're doing it so anyway, and then all the way through I started November sixteenth, in Reykjavik, Iceland real excited gonna see l. Jernigan his wife and his kid excited about that. And then I move on to Brussels, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, stock home, stonger Oslo the Manchester gig is for to a far bigger venues. It was sold out before, but now it's tickets available. What else? What else? Oh, Dublin and sold out hung guys. They wanted me to do theatre sell eight hundred more tickets for an actual like almost no money because they charge nine grand, doesn't pounds. Twelve grand for the venue rental on. I'm like, nah, not worthy working. Rather just have a great show. Maybe a lot of second show, maybe we'll find a theater move it to, but I have a feeling not. Shit. Zurich Jerusalem is about to be finished Tel Aviv will be finished a storytelling show. Both in December sixty nine percent and we're back. Okay, great. That's fucking. That's how hard Burke crush works out. Just goes, no, that's a hard Birt. The man works out Berlin. December third, man, I'm probably most excited about that and maybe to actually possibly Jerusalem gotta think that's going to be great. Shoe Jerusalem by the way, unless a storytelling show or those shows the big shows at Phoenix with calendar Shaw, which I think those sold out almost out in October in Phoenix. It will always be ours fear do. That's what I'm presenting all the time. Now, my workout sets in town, Elliott, New York are going to be whatever I feel like doing. But if I'm doing an hour, it'll be alright ju. That's it. Hundred points. What I got. Can you hear that. Breathing normally for hundred fifty. One points semi breathing, normally, stopping, Oslo Zurich, Copenhagen, Brussels. I don't know where else want to go to Helsinki, but I'm not maybe another time guys. I'm actually going to run for an hour at least forty minutes. Do some real working out. Fuck 'but. Fuck Tom, Thuc Joe. I'm sorry. Pronounce the name. Don. Fuck job, Tim, and Brad. I'm getting in shape. You guys are fucking faking it. I will go back to getting in the yellow and the red, which means working out hard and doing weights which gets my body in shape, not for points. I'm working out hard. I'm going by the spirit of this contest and not the fuck in letter of the law who would have thought that Burt was gonna be the one with the Mickey mantel gene to cheat his way to the top to fucking go like, oh yeah, I don't know. How does he must not have worked out. Yeah, maybe maybe that maybe that is for sure it's for sure or two hundred and forty pounds has opposed by one seventy six point four. This morning from one eighty three. I'm for sure. It's not that right. Yeah, can't be that. It can't be that you take up. You have to have a king size visit of Queen because we take up too much room. Yeah. All right, enjoy. But this is why we're not doing fucking giant money. That's because you guys are gonna fuck in taking monumental effort to work out for the first time in fifteen years, and you guys are fucking slacking. Show me your read. All right. I'm gonna give thanks right now to all the people who donate it to cover birds bet. We're almost done. I assume once is out, we'll get the last of the fuck and donations just a couple of hundred bucks left it from stop done already and great job for all of you for donating covering Brad's terrible, terrible faked pledge to the children of children's hospital. LA ladies and gentlemen. I'll just pause it and all. I'm going to read all these. Okay, cool. Thanks. Thanks guys. Coming in this casual walk with me to get one hundred thirty three points per fucking. Vulcan, bert. Okay. Well, I finished that stupid fucking Burt type workout. Did a real work for a while and then closed with another Burt workout. And then later and night afterlife seller spot. Am I frantic spot? I went and did another full workout Belykh running and much of weights. So the goal and I'm throwing down a you Kreischer and then to a lesser degree Sura. Is have some honor. Go hard and not just for the points. And Rogin don't fall prey to birds shit, shit idea of what fucking competition is. You work out hard the way you do not the fuck in. Easy way go as hard as you can. The way Ari does Myron mantle gene, the Anne Frank gene, the gene that's makes us servive ours. Out almost stood up my last two times working out, not counting fucking garbage. Burt workout. I'll never do that again by the way that was just upriver point. I won't be doing that again anyway as promised. We are now at for the go funny dot com slash evil. We're not ten thousand six eighty one of ten thousand nine sixty one. That is a quick easy ju math of two hundred eighty dollars down from getting the ten thousand dollars to children's hospital. Kevin van Ican three thousand dollars. He gave Burt gave zero dollars, of course, Kevin vani Crans bigger than, but even even here, the last guy who gave. Ted Canoga ten dollars, hey, that might not be nearly as much as fucking Kevin Vini three thousand, but it's ten dollars more than fucking fat. Ass gave. So. Without my with everyone's generosity. I'm now going to read every comment that was left on this gofundme page. I assume by the time the day is over, we will have. The three, the ten thousand total dollars that the what do we have to get to ten? Nine, six to two hundred eighty bucks left to get see more. See more. A lot of comments. I'm just going to beat him in order. Let's do it that way. Okay. Here we go starting four months, cancerous child, fuck your bird. I hope get gout. Casey, Lagoni. Fuck Burt, unforgivable, agreed. Alex, Wayne, Burt is a monster. Couldn't beat said it better myself, Jacob, Georgia, Bert, you should be ashamed of yourself shame on you, Bert. Well, said ten or to to Herbert, hey, probably match this fund, raiser Bert are if you're trolling, it's great if not very sad. No, I'm not trolling. I'm actually raising money for sick children to cover my friend. I guess I'll still call my friends, horrible, horrible idea fucking way to get Twitter followers, Eric miracle doing my part to pick up bird slack big. Thanks to all right for thinking of the children. Hey, thanks, Eric, really? I'm selfless Jimmy, right? Such a shame how can hate sick children. He saved thirty thousand dollars by not drinking less October. Have a heart donate just a third of those savings like you promised to. That's right, Jeremy. You absolutely correct. Oscar Valencia, we care about the kids even Burt doesn't hash CAD hashtag death-squad j Clarke, fuck fat. Burt piece of shit. Man, I agree with you. The wrassling kith burnt burnt Chrysler is is a liar and a fraud who how true Alan Kurt singer, try it out. Try it out. Jeff. Allston burnt is a fat as appointment. While burnt said, it's got a good point there burnt Hayes Bork, disgusting hashtag ban, Bert, I agree if we could ban them from life, that'd be wonderful. But God will take care of the next four or five years, Ryan Russell good job in the marathon. Burt Christ Welsh. It's a sort of positive one towards bird Benjamin Siragusa for the kids very kind of you. Benjamin Denna. Kosovsky burnt is morbidly obese. Got his agree with you. He's just so Bs. Let's not exaggerate he is. You'll be so he's medically obese, but he's not morbidly obese, but don't downplay the fact that he is by all medical standards, obese, Jack, foes, art, been glasses over the comments. Brent crystals has been putting out there. Is he high or do you just have too much moose soup? He definitely pledged to donate just like he can definitely do a marathon, easy at five hundred fifty pounds and counting. Oh, my apps are my newfound working out ads that I do. Fuck in hard work on hurt in the blue, only dozen, unstoppable man. Why should we stop it? His wallet come on, Bert. You looking to make kids die because of the money you need to stay fat. Wow. Chick foes, Jack foes are hard hard hitting Patrick Gregor classic bargain kimchi. Dr Jones. You call Dr Jones doll and sure out. And they American classic temple of doom. And there's a picture of no time for love. Dr tones. Click on it. What happens? Nothing Fatburger. Those. Absolutely disgusting with that picture of fat. Burt birds face on that fat guy with the pizzas and stuff on the bed. John paople I wish Berg Chrysler would think of the children's of Tito's vodka. Good luck John. It's not gonna happen. Mark Brenner I think Bert wants all children to die. That's possible von twinkle about her behind creams. Ner is fat, simple and true. Kona wins keep a Kona, right. So so promoting Parker Meridian. I'm not saying burnt. Burt is a liar, but he's not very honest. I'm not saying birds and narcissists, but he's not very empath, empathic empathic. She'll be, but thank maybe I'm not saying Burr is boring, but he's not very entertaining. Good points Parker, Emily Daniels or woman, what a horrible person. Hope the kids will be. Okay. Well, I'm Lee, unfortunately, not all those kids are ok, many of them are still sick and some of them died and of those people who died. I'm sure one or two from disappointment that Burt fill them with Shaun white. Oh. The fucking snowboarder and skateboarder. Burt is a national treasure. Next one is always a Welsh right. Right. Comment. Arias awash. All right. All right. Bird is still fat, and no one is surprise. Good comment border. So fat s Hackett I can't believe bird what a shame now man is disappointed. All of us, Eric Fleming I can't run a marathon and chill a man cave. I don't look great in a Speedo, but at least I can do my part to help the children, the children chew, Eric, you're better than Bert. Kreischer from fat. Sosa fat. My child has aids some second second hand cigar, smoke and star fucking shame on you. Bark crush ner. Man, I agree with you fat that Sosa fat burning fat fat. Bird has gone too far. Mini schmo whole Tra. He is fat and he hates kids frowny face Menashe I assume you're typing from India, sorry that you guys heard about it all the way over there. But it's true. John Kramp Kamler rights and fat. Tom just keeps buying German cars. Well, fair enough. But here's an estimate from a guy named Tom Sikora who did donate over to over one hundred ninety nine dollars tops. My fat selfish friend Brent made a promise that he broke. So here we are taking care of things for them. This happens a lot because he forgets what he says, prince these brand damage. Hopefully he'll see this and remember the kids and give the money. He said he'd give to help them, but he's fat. So Tom man, I know you helped raise all that money on Christmas time for the kids what a fucking wonderful, wonderful thing that have that toy drive. It's been all that money on toys for them. And. You said you do what you did it, how we friends with this guy, Mike Ferrara, Maloka loveless. A. k. a factor don't know what that means. Derrick, Adkins just a heartless fat bastard shame on you, Bert. I mean, they are children there. You're absolutely right. There's no getting around that Ryan. McCartney trick. Love the kids. Burt does not. I don't understand what trick love. The kids means. Maybe it's only from popular podcast, your mom's house which promote, because that's the only podcast of. This people in the group here that don't fucking say they're gonna do some then don't wait, oh, no Rogan to promote rolling Puckett's to Richard Morgan. I was going to go out to lunch with twenty dollars. I've given to sick kids. Now bird is hurting sick kids. Now me shame on you, Bert, Richard. I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry. You couldn't go out to lunch at perk caused you that pain. Anthony Whitman bird is fat recording. Yes and self. She wants his wall to reflect his. Nice when Anthony was he beca- rates are you don't know me, but out of the group, I've always been admiration of to you owe. Now, it's kind of settled. You're great man. Fuck Burt. Wow. A compliment to me and insults bird that is fucking tits, bro from Vertes is fat. Think of the children. Yeah, I don't think he's gonna man. He didn't think if his own children, hey, barely fucking. I mean, if you call. I'm sore to call hangover fucking be quiets parenting than I guess apparent John Dickins right. Bird is fat. Burt. Sorry. Burt fat and evil as plainly as rob sick children while gorging himself on blue apron and podcasting with celebrities from his decadent man. Cave is a gluttonous Thane on the national conscience and must be stopped. John dickens more like Charles Dickens you right? So well, Frederick Lehto it's a shame that I have to compensate for the evil nature burnt, but I will do my part with love and care from Sweden. Oh, they're finding it out and Sweden, a socialist countries still. That's how you get to get. That's how socialism work get together. Everyone takes care of the of the problems feel. Sorry. Rights Ari Shapiro for the children. Birch is fat to truths, bro to truths. Kerma defrayals the second you will not. Win a lonesome Jew following the dark arts never does. Our plan is already in motion. That's worrisome, Mark, elyssa rights. How dare you bring crystals. You should be ashamed of yourself. Yeah. You've kind of. Mirroring the the thoughts of a lot of people that's not the word. What's the were you? You yell out, echoing. You're echoing the words of a lot of people and hopefully listen to this NBA shamed himself. Maybe we'll even give that last two hundred eighty dollars a long way from the ten thousand ios. But I have a feeling the recipe will step up before him beyond Krishna, the only thing another one from India. The only thing that fat slob hates more than children, sobriety. Oh, I probably with that. Chris Russell. You're the best. All right. Well, thanks, Chris. I try Isla Duggan second woman if always upset. If always upset enough to Faris upset enough about it to do all this. I guess a few blocks a few bucks is not too much to ask. Yeah, man Isla, absolutely right. It's not too much to ask. I appreciate you donating that. Wouldn't it be amazing? Bird could have helped. Augustine pun Smith writes shame on you Brett Christmas. Yeah. I mean, Mel said, got the name, right? Angela, Conforti. We're getting all sorts of women now get your life Brent. Cake, your life. What is that. Eric Durkin bar. Why are you so par? Why are you so fat while these kids are so sick? Good question should be reverse Sam Howard. How could Burt Chrysler do this? Because he doesn't feel anything man. That's how. Sociology, Frank Tuttle I'm giving up on a couple of packs of Newport menthols in order to donate. I love you, Bert. Kreischer. I agree with everything except love. You have Jason goal, Nick blurred. Schyster is human garbage. Jason goal. Nick again. Echos stone statement. So part choisir, human garbage burnt Chrysler. You think it's him. Maybe he does right. Spent all the money on in vodka. I don't care about the damn children that does sound like Chrysler, Michael Bogue, no rights come on buddy, mumber, buddy guy, and do it. Sorry, man. This is four months ago and he didn't just didn't listen to the fan, say Porsche VR, poor form. Berg, agreed, Porsche, Alice, Huey. Why are kids dying when Brent crisis still alive, Alex? I don't know what about things happen to good people. It's questions all the time. Rob Smith, my Lord praise Jesus. I just feel so sorry for the children. What type of person would let that many children down somebody from Florida, Jay Hayes. Fuck bird simple and true. Jay Amir, Jiro typical, right? You're in the Middle East, join fucking. Saddam Hussein's fucking regime, and you still understand how terrible it is. Ryan Holdren not an alcoholic and care about children to things Burks not MacKenzie, spa, what a fat evil bastard. The translate for everybody. MacKenzie means bird crystals. And I guess the only not fat about Burt is Bank account said, yeah, Chris, it is said. Oh, Burke, Russia. Maybe Tim again, I wanted to give a dollar but the minimum's five dollars can I get four dollars back. Asshole. That's really you fucking asshole. People are really trying your fucking asshole. John Santos. He's probably at home watching his own comedy, special. He does like himself. You guys are funny Vance, how many more to a third of the way Vance, how everybody bands Hines hashtag. Burt, the inspirational comedian hashtag Burton spire me hashtag inspired by Burt, and then a picture burnt and a bunch of other fucking theft fucks. Jorgen die before your by the way, maybe fifty, five Hollis. Fritz burned Chrysler. Think about the kids and he's not going to Hollis. Oh, Simon, Richmond's bright. Simply Ari is greater. Then Bert with the little instead of greater than with little arrow. Thanks man. He also capitalize letters, my name lower case, all the letters, verts name care for that principle for them. Kids, Bert. Francisco, you've got a heart gold. Unlike some people, we know Dan Bergman, shameful h-have your bread, Crenshaw, he's called the machine because he has no soul funny. Then it's got mobile w t f the children, Bert, guys, he's not gonna think of him. He doesn't even care about his own children, lords Menendez, fuck this guy, the lords. Oh, greed. Alex Brent, about how through Paul blur mock-up to how could you let those kids have you let down those kids. You're my hero. Paul Pablo mock-up to my fucking hero. You're calling him pulp mull come to fucking solid, Jason Brown, learn. I can't wait for the podcast. We all get together and Rogan's podcast discuss out out of hand. This challenge. Got. It's number v. Cody, lend burger loan, lend bear Bush craft party. Boers always follow through. That's why burnt didn't. He's not the Bush Bush craft type, ask any mommy, and they will agree. Burnt Chrysler is just too fat to follow through. Also burnt, please stop talking about guns. It makes you look like a moron. Please stop and go take some classes Cody, you're demeaning our to. I would normally problem with Boone is directed towards burnt. I have no issue with it. James aronie. Let's Donald that Burt consult a fat one. Way too. Fucking. Let's get a little rations sort of Harrison. Woolridge see you. Sue inset am I guess you saw them somewhere in September. It's over now. Joe graves, Burt is fat and evil. These children didn't choose get cancer, but evil fat ass. Choose to shamelessly use. Their cats are to garner social media followers, Joe, that's the whole thing. You're absolutely right. That's the whole issue than anyone has them. Andrew FitzGerald, simply hashtag bird is fat. That's totally true unless you get the hashtag going again, Scott Mazlan. Burt, like looks like he's more into eating children that helping him helping them. Iceland, Scott rod fell show. I'm Bill Burr as Bill, please little blob Arias the real Jesus. Fuck. Yeah, rod, I love that. Thank you, Matt Cronin. Burt is fat and evil. And then there's a picture, Bert, making a muscle, and the main just says, I suck. Fucking. I hope he made that much Mark Shriver shame on burn Chrysler. His sponsor Tito's vodka should be made aware of his behavior toward sick kids who if cured will be future consumers of the products, probably not. But fingers crossed, Mark, let's all hope for. Unfortunately, a lot of those future consumers are dead now because of burns fucking awful, never intended pledge, Mitchell Baldrige, discussing bar, Chrysler Mitchell discussing Matt spellacy. Not what I'd hope for from fat burn Chrysler, but I must say I'm not surprised which Vaas made it clear about what addiction can do to someone and burnt Scutt is testament to this Verity of his addiction. So what else can we expect from the degenerate? Thankfully, author Ari and the water champs stepped in to pick up the slack. You welcome. Mat spellacy Andrew later, Leitner our rules, Birtles dude. Fuck. Yeah, I enjoy. Oh, does jewel and I appreciate the compliment about me. Ruling Jason Woodward give send go take zero dollars donation. All right. Well, I didn't know about it. This people take a fucking Chiloe tried to raise another nine hundred dollars, but only two hundred eighty right now. Jim Johnston bird is fat and taught. Oh, wait a throw in a Twi Jim, Andrew. Sure. Would they wanted us know by this Ari Burs fat. Brett is British fat. Bread is wealthier. Yep. He she sure is I paid off all my bets except the couple on punch. They're gonna pay off. Friday. And then next Tuesday, Fernando Diaz Burr originally made this pledge thinking the kids would be old enough to party with him after a set mistake, what is the prize? The machine has no feelings. Again, machine not being able to have feelings being fucking machine, Doug gay. I'm gonna dull. Father compelled to help keep. Fuck. I'm gonna dull. Father compelled to help keep a promise to sick children that another adult father should've kept himself shame on you, Bert. I hope at this point he does feel shame, Sam juggles, Sam jokes, asshole the year award. If there was one, he'd get it two years running Gonzala Puccini's and Ellie bird blows are is the OJ Puerto Rican rattlesnake. Thank you. That's a Dublin, salt Gonzalo to Bert and Luis Gomez. Jason Williams writes, God damnit part. I admired you lost faith, but you can redeem yourself. He didn't. Cal Phillips. Bird is selfish and his eating behavior heats his fucking kids, money. AJ fabulous liar times, child killer equals Bert. Like your math. Fuck that will have many more of these. Okay. Upload, no editing though. No. Interim Taina crane. I hope comes around and does part thanks for doing this Ari. Fortunately, Diana. You hope went unfulfilled chase Wheeler as our president would say, sad now, new low, Burt new low. I don't know how to do with Trump repression. Michael tally I wonder if burnt Chrysler swims are room full of Tito's sick children's heart. Oh, and Florida's steak sucks truck tonight. They do. They're not that good this year. Hope that hurts. Burt Chad tuber every day that passes bird bird eats so much bird so much food that other people could especially could eat, especially the children pains me no. And to know that this person won't even donate ten thousand of his money that he earns acting like a sick child does United States of America and bird is lower kiss. Bird is a travesty to everything this country was ever built upon wherever or will ever be built upon. Well, there's only you only get built upon once Dhingra. Burt is like a fat version of Scrooge mcduck who nice dean never thought of like that, but I guess you're right, Scott Gallagher. Come on. Burt cheese, simple and direct Harry McNamara. Brent crystal should be ashamed that his children get the benefit of travel channel millions while leave skinny Jews like Ari to go hungry. Oh, man, I met the children. No, I'm pretty hungry right now. Barnes. Chris hall writes PSA to Burke. We're onto you can no longer deny your hatred for children. Also, you're not a riff, median Justice shirtless storyteller, dude. I normally defend comedians, but I don't know not today burnt crystals rights, Mickey, Mantle gene might ask true, true. He talks about that ship. It's not go with his ability to pay off debts, Jeremy. I burnt Chrysler, condi- gonorrhea and rotten hell wanna cookie. Turn it around, Jeremy. Maxwell willmar, those porcelain. Thank you Mr.. Schiff fear for picking up Christ Christchurch's slack. Christ Church. This so many creative names, Andrew Batson rights. Burt doesn't care about dying children. And then here's a fucking picture of being fat stage at the ice house. Hey, he, Zeus, God bless you. Ari God. Damn Burke. Chrysler spending money on Tito's and cigars shame on you true his if you could do anything about if you know God tell him, don't let Burt in seven years, Ryan Loftus fat. Comic bark. Crystals is an evil person will die soon from alcoholism. Oh yeah. But also heart disease bursts chemo. I will be cutting travel show and adolph's open mic and barbecue or Brent was a regular for Brent atrocities, wait, what does not a real place that I would love to go there? Dylan Rollins writes pay up, aren't Chrysler. Sorry, Tony, let you down barn. Chrysler writes pretty pathetic. Sarah Norris. Fucking Burt. Yeah, man. It's like he is Larry Beck, please help. The children step up to the plate don't be like part and just step up to the dinner plate. Oh, he sang Berta. Yeah. Usery writer, old Henrik Earl. Is a stray German time. Is it fucking five fifteen? That's the fattest, man. I've ever seen stop eating evil evil. Burt, you are what you eat. David, David, Florence stop the madness. I agree. Mickey, Mantle Birt. Has that low and loose Jean, what does that mean? Is that in Johnson, get better soon kids. Fuck you, Bert. Yeah, e. n. nice, nice message. A nice message Felix marquess how pert chris'll is evil. Thank you. Are you welcome Felix try it out rights Burke is worse than a thousand Hitler's. I Don. I mean thousand. I'd like to just go with Hiller, but I don't mind thousand Lucas brain. Brent crystal is my least favorite fact comedian. Now. Sad to see his fall from the top and man Lucas, you're right, but his fall was violent with how much weight was coming down. Chris candy writes, Birch. Schyster can no longer keep his jeans high tight. Yeah, man, you're out of the moms club home Neagh how how children with no up neuropathy neuropathy is, I don't know our our people to burn damn. He doesn't respect them disrespect. Children, even Becker, Brent cruncher is totally wack. Agreed. Thomas Shaw Avar Ari Shapiro doing God's work. Well, appreciate that. I would say though that I'm better than God, Tim hill bar crawler is a fat slob who would rather spend his POWs money. Michael Phelps use speed owes then give it to children. He also kicks puppies. Dammit, didn't know that dogs in our world. Right? Listen to the dogs in world, podcasts. Thanks. Promoter Caleb short children, neighbor who almost poetic, Sarah, newer, Bert, still fat. Oh, she come back. She I'm before that, Bert, MC fatty. The machine can't even look down to see his own gearbox. I got you, Bert, Birt's looming liver failure rights burn is doing. Everything is power to kills lever, but I'll be damned. If these poor kids suffer another day under his drunk to Anik rule. Thanks, we donation Birt's looming liver failure. Small children with with neuropathy rights mama says, we have to contribute to our own charity because the evil Fatman won't stop by Tito's. Funny. Good. Fucking nice. Whenever you create Ned wholeness rights for the news, I wish I could have donated less well, great bit. Ryan sherbourne. Ryan Sherbourne think about the children, not thinking about the children. Brian g my motivation for donating to this cause is mortar, say that Burt sucks rather than supporting Stein children either way. I still feel pretty good about it. Hey, man, whatever the reason the gets you there, these kids are happy because of you. Not happy because Burt Shaw McLeod. There was once a boy named Burt got bird got famous Bert. Point in Bert, got famous and Rosen the dirt. He lied about the kids like a piece of show that he was and now he won't put on his shirt. Oh, fucking nice poem, Ryan. Stewart, Christopher. I will give it to help out Celebi burp. Don't wanna see you get healthy man. Good luck with that. Talcott. Burt socks or news better. Missing the point. Shinkin down blows are a PC Venezia see, blah, blah, blah, hack Andrew show. Andrew Shaw. Burt makes me sick. I'm going to help out these little kids so we can carry on being cold. Leded bluffs are bloodied, big shot. How many more Dobkin buddy. Mike Whitaker, hopefully rotund comic and bet Welsh. Bert, Lindsay errors of his ways for you. Eventually be city and orphans. His children make him wife, making them as sad as the six, six children of children's hospital LA. That he has let down and betrayed. You're right Mack. He has betray them Mike for show gang rights burnt needs to ride some bikes. That's a podcast reference, I guess, LL rights, I'm training for a marathon rights who fucking shit on their like Asian writing, Asian motor-running, hey, Hitler writes, bird has had a special come out on FOX and he donated nothing. Yeah, Hitler. You're right. You're right. Again, Harrison Adams, the new Welsh burnt Chrysler, and I wish nobody was Wilshire, but unfortunately it is bird Scott Galloway? Yes. Ios special food. Mike, tease, that's terrible. Burt yet is man. Just in Taylor writes, I guess the machine is powered by tears, still children out Jennifer rights. Thank you. NFL unqualified, bring this alight Thome up. Did she Tampa proud? Okay. James, Burt is fat like me and he's got weird stretch marks. Peter olden birdie is fat. There Bradley rights Burton care about dying children, but I do as you're fat. But I do PS burger fat. Let's say. Let's say Dirk Bradley in the final comments won't happen. Eleven days ago. Michael Stein, sober October fucking lame. Last comet? It ten bucks. All right guys. Well, I hope. You can be the one that sends this campaign over the top and get that ten thousand children's hospital. I really hope you the ones. All right. You guys. I'm not doing that fucking weak ass workout anymore. I'm actually using this month to try to get in shape as best I can. It'll be hard when I'm in l. a. and Phoenix, but I'll do a little bit of work and I'll just keep working hard. It was resolutions anyway. It's not about the points, the points on the inside and those guys they're honor onerous. So thank you very much for tuning in everybody. I hope to see you next week. Good. Bye. From Arshi. I kept thank episode three thirty eight.

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Use WOOP to Overcome Obstacles episode 27

Changes Big and Small

10:27 min | 6 months ago

Use WOOP to Overcome Obstacles episode 27

"Thank you for joining me for this episode of changes speak. And all this is Damien your host as we explore. What makes change exhilarating? This podcast presents a mix of interviews and research to help you make changes in your life for a few weeks. I'm changing the format. I've been sharing some ideas and challenges with you to help motivate you in this current virus pandemic from next week. I will be doing a series where I interview some people to find out how life has changed in this time. I'd like to interview you to find out your perspective on this time and your hopes for the future. If you're interested in being part of this project please feel out the be a guest contact form at changes big and small dot Com. Let's get started with today's topic. What holds you back from making changes to realize your dreams we have more freedom than ever before as it turns out too much choice can actually be demotivating research as in different fields. Have come up with different approaches to change behavior so for example at work. You may have used smart goals. In the past all you may have seen some of the work done by Dr Carol to work on mindset looking at how it affects behavior. There's also cognitive behavioral therapy today. I'd like to share a simple method with you. That is scalable and can be used anywhere. You can even use it if you're having trouble dreaming at the moment whether your timeline is twenty four hours days weeks all Longo whoop is a false step process to help you get things done. It helps you find ways to stay motivated and energized with these coronavirus crisis. Everyone deals with it in a different way. You may have more energy than usual. Oh and you may want to spend every free minute that you have to win something to pursue your dreams on the other hand you may find that you have a difficult time division yourself wherever you are along this continuum. They're likely something that you need to continue doing if you're having any trouble with motivation all we've getting things done. Walk can be helpful. Let's take a step back. You may have heard of positive thinking. Oh maybe mind over matter and those Sometimes presented as being the magic formula to help you accomplish your dreams. Dr Gabrielle Octagon who I talked about last week as well created these four step process called whoop. She finds that positive. Fantasies are useful in limited. Cases can help inspire you when you're about to give up or they might give you some short to pleasure they help you consider different options for future actions. They can be a useful temporary approach for dealing with depression while you get longer term help and they could be a great means of exploration to discover what you want and what you don't want that's a hard one figuring out what's you and actually maybe some of you have very adept at this. But that's something that I struggle with. If you're not sure what you want. It can help to Journal daily to explain your options and see how you feel as you think about them and visualize them. Last week I talked about mantle contrast and as a self regulation tool it's useful we found justified and debilitating fears and by doing it in an era where you're strong. It can actually leash into an area where you're weak to. Dan went to build on that. Dr Gabrielle's husband was doing research in human behavior as well. Dr. Peter Goal with says research showed that when people said an implementation intention that helped them to be more committed. So what does it mean to set an implementation intention that means deciding how you will accomplish a wish? Not only were people who said an implementation intention were committed they were able to use the momentum of realizing one wish to work on fulfilling all the wishes it works at an unconscious level like mental contrast in does lead to whoop whoop combines mental contrasting with setting an implementation intention. Doesn't whoop sound Victoria's. It stands for wish outcome obstacle plan. I am sometimes tempted to switch the ause but it's very important to do them in the right order so let's go through. What would this look like if you had to follow these steps dot in? We wish choose timeframe and decide on the wish. You'd like to focus on achieving in that timeframe. Choose something that you can accomplish with adequate energy so that means something that you know you can do if you do the work to accomplish it now. Think about the outcome. What would your life be like if you achieve that wish? What would change for you? Visualize the best case scenario in as much detail as possible next the obstacle. What's something internal to you? Not something from somebody else but something. That's internal to you. That could stand in the way of you. Achieving your wish think about these men obstacle and imagine it fully. This could be a belief you hold one of your attitudes or behavior. The goal is to find out how you're standing in your own way. The last step is plan. The plan step follows a very specific if then Fart. The basic format is if obstacle. Then I and you figure out what the action offered. Is that will help you overcome that. Obstacle it helps. You anticipate the challenges that will come up and specify. How will you overcome them? This step is perfect for preventing obstacles are for overcoming the Assad come up as well as for leveraging opportunities. We'll pass two major. Uc's it can help you make a change and it can help you cope with the situation that you have no control over and cannot change in the latter. The wish may actually be to develop a better coping mechanism for example. Whoop can also help you gain clarity to see whether or not a wishes physical and what you might be given up by pursuing that. Wish so for example. If your wish is to Gwen and expensive the kitchen what small things might you have to give up in order for you to be able to save the money required to take battery the key to using whoop is to answer the fall questions fully and honestly whoop on us where you are and where you want to go? If you're doing this for the first time you might find it useful to START FOR MORE EMOTIONAL. Short term wish say with a timeframe of twenty four hours. All you need is a few minutes to be able to focus. You don't need to be alone but you do need to have time to focus on going through the fall steps for each step. You can do excise mentally but I suggest you write it down especially the first few times you go through. There is also a free APP that you can use to help you go through the steps and track your wishes for each of the four steps. It's important imagine the scenario fully but if you're tracking this in a recent format or electronically you can summarize each of the false steps using three to six words writing your answers who will help you develop the warp habits and it will also track your wishes so you can evaluate your progress over time if it work for you the first time. Make some adjustments and try it again and if you're evaluating your progress we hope. Remember to consider your life as a whole as you might guess. I do have a whoop challenge for you this week. My challenge to you is for you to apply whoop for something that you want to achieve in the next week or less to get started. Ask yourself these two men questions which come from rethinking positive. Thinking by Dr Orton question. One what is your dearest. Wish right now and question to what holds you back from achieving it. Even if you're not ready to do up you might find it useful to just think through those two questions auto journal. Thank you for listening to this. Episode of changes big and small. Please share this episode with one person that you think may benefit from it. I look forward to connecting with you on social media and in the changes begin small facebook community. If you take on any of the challenges from listening to the PODCAST I would appreciate it if you attack me in a post about it or comment on the podcast or on the website. I hope you'll join me again next week. The podcast comes out every Wednesday and if you hit subscribe you will automatically receive it in your podcast APP. What's one small change that you can use to make in your life as always remember that change begins with one small step have a great week?

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Jim Palmer on Sandy Koufax, Mickey Mantle and Hitting Batters

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

53:26 min | 6 months ago

Jim Palmer on Sandy Koufax, Mickey Mantle and Hitting Batters

"Baseball tonight the PODCAST. This is the baseball tonight. Podcast for Wednesday April Fifteenth. Two Thousand Twenty. I'm buster only working from my home studio in New York and working from his home studio producing from his home. Studio is Taylor Schwenk. They're sad news to report about Hank. Steinbrenner part of the Yankees ownership and son of George Steinbrenner. He passed away at age. Sixty three surrounded by family surrounded by friends former Kansas city royals and Chicago cubs manager. Jim Fry died on Sunday at age. Eighty eight this. According to the Atlantic League Somerset Patriots the Minor League team had been affiliated with since its launch in Nineteen Ninety eight the Patriots did not announce the cause of death employees. Major League Baseball teams are participating in a massive study that will test up to ten thousand people for Corona virus. Antibodies this according to Jeff Passan and is he writes. This should offer researchers a better sense of how widespread the diseases in major metropolitan areas across the United States. Doctors cautioned that the data gathered is not expected to hasten the Games return former Red Sox player in two thousand eighteen world series. Mvp Steve Pearce said. He has retired after a thirteen year. Major League career like Mark Reynolds. We talked about on the podcast yesterday. St Pierre someone who was very well liked and respected by teammates will Jackie Robinson Day. In baseball this is the day everybody in baseball wears number. Forty two to honor Jackie Robinson who broke baseball's color barrier in nineteen forty seven before we continue hall of Fame Week with longtime pitcher and broadcaster. Jim Palmer restores about alkaline about Mickey Mantle about Mike Messina and we talk with Paul in Bikinis. Here's a look. Jackie Robinson's legacy narrated by Vin. Scully in two thousand thirteen from MLB DOT COM. The second voice. You'll hear is that of Rachel Robinson. His wife and then longtime teammate. Don Newcombe the true measurement of a legend is. Its legacy now sixty six years after Jackie Robinson broke baseball's color barrier as a dodger. The legend endures. Today we celebrate the legend and those who have helped on the legacy people like Rachel Robinson Jackie's loving white who supported him and has continued to carry his torch. I wasn't young people to know that you can go through terrible times but if you form relationships and use those relationships to keep you strong you can make a difference. People like teammate Don Newcombe and Roy Campanella who pillars of of support during his playing days and endured the same bitter discrimination as Jackie her entry he said if this fails Jackie. This is going to be set back. Another thirty or forty years might never happen. You cannot afford to fail now. Can you carry that burden? Jesse Jackson's regarding Carey I will never forget Jaggi. I still think idle what he did for me. What he did for all black people in this world not just in this world. Today we celebrate the legend as does Major League baseball on every April. Fifteen as the new feature film forty two which prompted our first lady. Michelle Obama to recognize the sacrifices and strength of the Robinson is. This isn't just about watching a wonderful movie about about an important moment in history. This is about helping all of you believe that you can write your own history and demand more of yourself every single day. You have to do that and you have to pick up yourself when somebody knocks you down. Today we continue a legacy so that tomorrow they will. I'm extremely proud and pleased to be here this afternoon but must admit. I'M GONNA be tremendously more pleased and more proud. I look at that third base coach line one day and see a black face managing and baseball and Jackie Robinson more than a baseball legend and American lead. Today I think every American since as a special word of thanks to Jackie Robinson Will never forget the sight of Jackie Robinson before we hear from Hall of Famer? Jim Pong Hembo checkout today's episode of Espn Daily Two Thousand Twenty was supposed to be the dodgers year and a chance for Clayton Kershaw to get his postseason glory. What will this moment mean for the great pitchers legacy that on? Espn daily subscriber. Every get your podcast. You can listen to this episode in baseball tonight. Feet Palmer was inducted into baseball's hall of fame in Nineteen Ninety and he's been a longtime broadcaster for the Baltimore Oriels. Jim THANKS FOR JOINING US. And helping to distract said during this time. But we don't HAVE BASEBALL TO WATCH. While we all need distractions. You know if you're not white washing your hands. If you're not socially distant now I think you know I always supposedly had that. Love hate relationship with reliever You know the the later on we ever you know. Gotten Hall of fame. I think in nineteen ninety six. This would have been a perfect situation because I always wanted to distance myself at least six feet away from and I say that jokingly because you know we both ended up in the hall of fame and you know everybody said we had this love hate relationship but I think the the love part of was we liked it. We liked to win buster but And the other thing is just think about it. You Know Earl took the job in nineteen sixty eight at the All star game in until. Nineteen eighty-one year deals and for him to give me the ball every four days. All those years is pretty Pretty trusting so to speak and You know so again. We may have had our had our desktops in moments. Not that I was the only player that happened with but He always trusted me enough to be able to allow me to go out there every four days and hope that I would be able to help the Orioles win the pennant. It's funny you mentioned that. The joke about socially distancing yourself because might Messina's Moose as you know bought that house in the middle of the mountains up in Pennsylvania and I asked him if he could come on if he had some time and he goes. Hey I invented social distancing talking about as well you know I mean you know. I actually haven't seen Mike since he got an hall. Because I didn't I wasn't able to go and I knew that you know the first time I ever did with Mike was one nothing lost in Chicago and Frank Thomas who one of the few guys that Chris Frank Thomas in the hall of fame to over five hundred home runs but he he beat them one nothing home in under center field but I you know I tried to make that Comeback in nineteen ninety one. I believe that I was in spring training my Christina but once you saw him pitch I I knew I was seeing a guy who was who's good at any of the fish. Which ones of great staffs with Quasar McNally Flanagan and McGregor? He was as good or better than any pitcher I ever pitched with it. You know when you talk about a guy like my choir who we got from the Astros in nineteen sixty nine winter sixty eight sixty nine one. One hundred thirty nine games at seven years. People don't realize how good he was but mica do so many things to win. Of course he pitched in the steroid air. He pitched You know won. Seven gold gloves. I'm not sure I would have liked to pitch in camden yards. Being a fly ball pitcher with guys walking up the home planet looked like cartoon characters. Yeah you're exactly right. You know so many unique skills and one of my favorite memories about Mike was he got in the two thousand and one world series first year with the Yankees. You got absolutely pounded in the first game by the diamondbacks especially they're left handed hitters and I when I was covering the Orioles And then that year covering the Yankees I always chartered every game Mike. Pitch so news repertoire. Ninety one ninety two mile an hour fastball had the the curve ball had the change up and then when he starts his next game it makes his next starting game five of that world series. He comes out Easter on this pitch. Sits clocked at like eighty four eighty five and the diamondbacks are struggling this before you know super slow motion on television and I was trying to figure out what it was and I ran into the broadcast. Booth and Rick Sutcliffe and lakes. What is that he goes? I think it's is curve ball and like no no no. It's too fast so I thought about it and you know I thought about it and on the flight the Yankees. Win that game in extra innings. I thought about on the flight there. Zona and I walked up to meuse before game six and I said did you really blake breakout splitter in the middle of the world series and he held a finger up to his mouth and went sh- which to me like that to me was. Mike Messina Announce Marty was. Well you know just because you go to Stanford doesn't mean you're smart but he did go to. Stan was smart. So you know I mean I. Would you know we had Jimmy key and Scott Erickson and you know I I look at one day and then when I was broadcasting and he's bitching and I said so Is it easier now that you have you know You know you you got Jimmy key and you gotTa Eric's and You know on the same staff he says Jim. It's never easy. And I said okay mic. Let me let me rephrase that gives up less difficult so you know again you kind of had to be on your toes but I mean a marvelous that you're so happy to get into the hall of fame You know I mean you know if you look at the pitch to and it was a very difficult one to the over to the pitch in the destroyed homes about the size of an eight by ten piece of paper. You know you did have the. Pd's steroid era. You did pick him camden yards. I know you pitched on good ball clubs for most of those years which you know I certainly know about how that makes it less difficult. It's going to raise it that way but at the end of the day he you know he could really pitch and You know I think it you know. Nowadays we all know this. You know the only won twenty games and that was the last year and he looked at the irony. Because I saw that you said you know what he said. I just hope I win twenty because you know you did it eight times or whatever and you said I would like to do it. And then he ended up doing it in his last season in any retired so again. Margaret was pitcher. He you know if you look at that area you got grab it and you got bad actually got Randy Johnson. The obvious guys because they had over three hundred wins. But I think if you really wanted to look at guys and you've kind of touched on this. I don't know if I ever saw. And that's great pitchers buster. I'm not sure I ever it's would somebody or watch somebody 'cause that Could make adjustments in game as well as Mike Mussina and what you talked about the fact that you know. I mean he came up with a little bit of a split thing fastball. Something a little bit different you know. I saw him You know he did have a great changeup and he had to knuckle curveballs and you know to him. Or Four. Seamer kits those sides of the play but he came with a little cutter when he would get into fastball counts. Can't tell you the calendar ground balls. I would see being shortstop because it just had a little bit different focus. We talked to Jim. Cod reasonably your peer and told any tells a great story about Starting game seven of the nine hundred sixty five world series against Sandy Colfax and he said at that time that the starting pitchers always stood side by side before the game and had their pictures taken together and he remembers watching Sandy. Go out to warm up when he went out to warm up for that game and of course a year later you start date to the world series against the dodgers whose last appearance who sandy Koufax ever made and. I'm curious about your memories of that interaction with Sandy leading up to that game. Well you know I watch the six year my first year in the Big Leagues Sixty Five. So I'm just kind of occasionally spot starter but mostly out of both in that room and Robin Roberts early. In the year. He was thirty eight. I was nineteen. And you know he got put him to sleep asking him questions about one o'clock in the morning after Johnny Carson was a Gotha I'd say Robin and he goes get I'm twice your as you said we'll talk about this breakfast. I don't mean I had a great great mentor. And of course I watched that world series and I mean I also I used to. I used to go to Actually the coliseum. When I I I was in southern California fifth sixth seventh and eighth grade so I used to go to originally you know the Coliseum and the dodgers play. I saw Colfax again. Thank you five fifty six. When he had quite got his act together. You know the the guy that they wouldn't let warm up where anybody can see. It'd be out of the bullpen. Because he had command problems which I certainly can relate to. I walked two hundred and thirty and one hundred twenty nine innings enable and then went to instructional league and work on my wind up which is. Kinda what sandy did but I knew how could Colfax was and now sixty six? I mean if you go back and look at the game one you know we. We stayed at the Continental Hotel which gene autry who owned the angels out and he was there tonight. We got in on a on a Sunday night. He was actually there. You know the singing cowboy growing up with a Roy Rogers Gene Autry. If you're in that era and I mean I was kind of an on. We were going to the ballpark on the first Tuesday and laugh him was one of the popular. Tv's and they had a real estate thing and it said Set a three bedroom. Two Bath House Pool. It said God would you believe dodgers four straight? Well we win. You know the first Game Brooks and Frank Robbins at home runs in the first inning. I think really. What if you if you go back and then you look at the next three games game? Two three and four I I'd be Colfax six nothing really well. Abc Sandy that day because he dropped to fly balls and through the second one that he dropped on really wasn't a bright sunny day. Like you can get in San Francisco or Oakland. The wasn't any win. He just dropped him and picked up the second one and through the dugouts we got some unearned run so I got six months and I push my her shut out ever but I really believe that the thing that I did want to do is embarrassed myself. I think Sandy won twenty seven games that year. I think you could go back and look you know. Zero was under two runs a game. You know normally a Santa Colfax game would be one nothing to two one. Three two two fair. Maybe you know I think he pitched twelve shutouts and really. The only thing I didn't want to do is embarrassed myself but I think the key to that world series was no Jovanovski. Smoke came in relief Dave McNally and struck out. Eleven dodgers in six and two thirds innings. And you know after Brooks and frank hit. The home runs in the first inning. I said boy. We know we have a chance to win this game now. We had a good ball club. We had won ninety seven games only three more than we had one in sixty five when the twins as you mentioned went to the world series but they want to. Franklin's over its forty nine home runs two more in the world series is the MVP triple crown. But Motor basket. Came in and you know Mo- We have picked up for twenty five thousand dollars on a waiver wire and he had a great arm. Great Command great breaking ball and I was sitting there at age twenty going. You know. They're having a little trouble with a High Fassulo and on that particular day As I mentioned a pitch my first shutout you know my command was pretty good. The fact that Willie Davis made two errors really three years on to fly balls in an errant throw. You know I got enough runs where you know again. It wasn't a one nothing game. Which is what happened with volley bunker be coasting and game three or when the guy came back the Don Drysdale one nothing in Baltimore on a Frank Robinson. Home run so you know? I think a lot of times you you know. If you're pitcher like I am and you just go out there and compete and the stars were aligned. That day you know again because of the errors in fact it and who knew that I was going to be sands last game because he was coming off and just well typical. Colfax the The year you know if you go back in you know from sixty five to illegal you know maybe the early sixties to nineteen sixty six when he went on twenty seven games. What you remember about getting word that Sandy was retiring Was it a surprise for you? And did you ever get a chance to talk to sandy about pitching against each other that game? No but you know you mentioned the fact that you always you know you always Kinda pitchers with starting pitcher and you know on on the Monday before The first game is Tuesday. I think maybe the Wednesday game was the game that I believe. That's the day that I ended up pitching. I know it was game too. I remember taking you know. Shake hands with Sandy. But you know again when you grow up in southern California for forty years and you go to dodger stadium and You know people say well who you know. Who did you want to emulate? I wasn't left handed so I really couldn't be saying he coca. That could be done Drysdale. Who you know made every right handed hitter. They got into the box uncomfortable because he was very much like Bob Gibson. You know you again you go on your your rear end you know. Colfax you know. Sandy was more genteel. Probably I mean I probably was more of a right hand version where you know. I only think I hit thirty nine batters in maybe four thousand. Not that I couldn't pitch in I just. I was more of a kind of a vertical not horizontal pitcher like Drysdale it gets into whatever and Sandy was the same type of Guy. But you know anybody that you know. I mean I I you know I knew about the perfect games and the no hitters. I mean buster. Who Sandy Koufax you just like. I said you don't want to embarrass yourself and you know again i. I don't think anybody anticipated number. One the Orioles winning in nineteen sixty six because she mentioned dodgers. You know they'd beating the they'd be the The Yankees Sixty three. There'd be the twins the real good ball club and sixty five and then all of a sudden they're planning the Orioles and again. Why is we had a good team? You know we went ninety. Seven Games I think that everybody thought that their speed and especially to their pitching would dominated. And it's just amazing that one team in four games only hits one twenty five and that was the padding average for the dodgers against the oil pitching staff and sixty six. Yeah still by by by the numbers the worst performance for any team in world series history. You mentioned no no no no. Let's rephrase let's rephrase it was about reform of any so you mentioned you hit You know how few batters you hit during your career. Your manager Earl was was not in line with the thinking of a lot of other managers who believe strongly in retaliation he was. He was kind of ahead of his time. And I remember a story. We mentioned bike Messina early in his career you got. There was a huge dust up between the orioles and the Seattle Mariners and Mike hit bill. Hassell men because he was told to and then he got hurt in the subsequent brawl. Mike told me after that he said I never would do that again. how did you? How did you feel about about earls handling of those situations in the way that he viewed the whole question of retaliation? Well I played for from sixty nine through eighty two and the only time I ever remember him telling anybody to told anybody was the game. That in nineteen six Reggie Jackson came out. Remiss five Five weeks You know twenty nine runs a kind of cost us dependent because you know he held out him. You know you wanted a five year deal. The Orioles really didn't have much force on it because he would've signed for a lot less than he ultimately would sign at the end of the year as free agent with the Yankees. But we were. We were playing duck Alyssa stitch. And you know somebody tried to drop down. And you know doc you know. Look into the DUGOUT and yells. You know the next one of you so and so's I'm GonNa hit you right inside the head and Reggie got up on the third day he says you WanNa hit somebody get me. Well next time up got hit him right in the side of the face. The right between right below the jaw Maybe a little bit underneath the year and they brought the EMC truck right out on the field and they They took Reggie to go to hospital. And I go out to pitch the cop the ninth inning and I have a four nothing lead and Erlichs me as I'm going up the steps that he says you know. We can't let that happen now. That's the only time ever heard him ever do it? And as it turned out you know. The first hitter was elrod. Hendricks he'd been traded to the Yankees Along with the Rick Dempsey tippy Martinez Trade. And whatever and I'm not gonNA throw it the guy that common no hitter so I actually hung occur ball and they'll rats live out to deep centerfield for the first down. Here comes Mickey rivers and trying to hit Mickey Rivers. Because anybody that ever saw me play was marvellous player. But he was always moving. I mean he was like you know the guy you know the arcade bear. You're trying to get with a rifle when you're a kid to win the win price. Well definitely four pitches to nick him in kind of in the not ribcage but really got his uniform and of course he goes down to first base You know Because it's four nothing plays Bu Powell behind him and then This would be no Eddie. Murray hadn't been I'm not even sure who was playing first at night but anyway played behind him. He steals second base because they give him the stolen base. Roy White done single in. Now it's four to one so I I lose my shutout. I ended up getting two outs. We win four to one. We go to Detroit early in the morning the next day and they macphail when I mean walk into my hotel in League scale phone rings and it's like hey how's the family. How's the weather by the way he said I read in the paper where you you said that you were protecting your team that I said. Yeah I said you know. Ask The empires doc yell from the Mount Everybody here. It didn't hurt in in the MEZZANINE. Anyway he says that's GonNa cost you five hundred dollars and is so so for you know hitting the one guy that Earl Weaver. Gopi to hit. Which was Nikki Nikki River? And I didn't hit him in the face. I mean Nick them in. The uniform cost five hundred dollars. I got the Joe Cronin Award because I did a lot of work with. Cystic fibrosis. Got Invited to get the award at the place. And I'm sitting next to Lee and he goes by the way he says you know. I'm never going to five hundred dollars so I said Oh. Yeah I'll send you the check. Well I forgot about it all winter and I get a telegram from the American League Office today before going to Pitch Opening Day in Baltimore. You see if you expect pitch you know tomorrow. I need to get the money. So that's that's the Earl Weaver Philosophy you know but Yeh Grand Jackson came over eat. Somebody UP IN SEATTLE EARL. Ran Out to the mound. He said take a look at our third. Baseman is our third baseman better than theirs. In Bucks at yeah and he goes labradors shortstop right around the field because early one. Anybody her you know he just realized that if we had really good clubs if you played on you know you play it and you didn't get hurt and you didn't let your ego and you know get in the way of good sense. We were GONNA lot of games. And that's why Earl Gotten Hall of fame and we went to six world series. I looked it up by the way you were talking. Lemay was your first Baseman For that particular game I WANNA ask you about pitching to to to various hall of famers and what that was like I. I looked up your numbers against Mickey Mantle. He was one for fourteen with seven strikeouts against you. The one hit a home run. What you remember about Pitch Nam? And what was that like as a young pitcher the first time well you know we put on all shifts now and I mean. I'm I'm not sure I'd be a big advocate. A lot of the chefs. But I think the first time I'd say Nikki hit a ground ball to my legs I go you know you know. I kinda hung my head and the aperture you show who you know ends up in. The hall of fame is playing shortstop for us. In sixty five you know catches it throws them out the the one hits you talk about happened in nineteen sixty six. I believe in you know Mickey was at the end of his career. You know in the sense that his knees were pretty much much better hitter. What he was facing lefthanded pitching getting right. And then of course I was right and so I got this. Just ride the on him so I strike him out the first time afternoon. Game at the stadium and He comes up the next time. I think maybe the bottom the six at the bottom of the seventh inning and each baron. Who was catching said Nick. Choking up he says yeah. I'M GONNA try to get that high fastball and I go to balls and no strikes on them and I look over and Guess. Who's on Deck Roger Ramirez now even at age twenty buster? I was smart enough to know. You are not going to pitch around key but the two you know with the two nothing lane onto and okay. Now you're GonNa try to give them some hit well. I talked a little bit off to try to throw a strike and there used to be football spotters. Box done the third deck just to the right of where the bullpens were both ends and back then were up there shoot and right field and up to shoot the you know the visiting team. Buffy Willie is splintered the box I mean it. It didn't go as high wasn't a game like you know. Robert Redford and the national in the national but it was close enough. And that's the only Nikki Mickey ever got off me but you know. I saw him hit his five hundred runoff. Stu Miller and at the stadium and somebody tweeted you. Know what are you doing now? You know your social distancing yourself. You're washing your hands trying to get some exercise you know probably watching more TV than you really need to do but somebody. I tweeted the other day. They said you know Mickey Mantle or did you grow up I said is that when Mickey Mantle. I mean I grew up in New York. I was adopted at birth I love the Yankees. My Dad just like billy crystal talks about city slickers he. He took me to the stadium in nineteen fifty four was a Tuesday night. It was before color television and when I walked up with that. You know up up up the stadium ramps. It was raining that night and I think Allie Reynolds pitch for the Yankees and make our C. Pitch for the Indians. I didn't like the Indians and fifty four is a beat. The Yankees would lose for the giants in the world series but that was my first time and then ten years later I came in and relief of a Frankie Bettina after. Fill in hidden in the hand in loaded the bases up. You're a couple of guys on an infield hit and then struck out trash handle emerson about twelve high fastballs so you never forget the kind of things when you're dreaming about being a major league player so I always Kinda was a Yankee fan but Nikki was was my guy early on not that I didn't like Yogi or you know John Blanchard who seemed to always hit a home run on Saturday when the Yankees were on. Cbs With the recent in Dizzy Dean. So you know again when you grow up as a Yankee Fan boy. What a what. An honor is to pitch against the Yankees Harmon killebrew against you. One thirty three average in twenty strikeouts and he was my perception of him. I I only talked to him. One time was that he was one of the more genial guys in baseball again. I'm curious because you're both hall of famers. Did you ever get a chance to talk to him about the talking to hitters at the hall of fame about your shared experiences? Well I tried to do before that. They used to have an American airline golf tournament where they would have baseball. Players play with football players and I always try to think hitters. You know You Know Ron Santo I you know I hung around with him. One One of those golf tournaments I mean they would have them and you know it would be either being a wii or maybe Puerto Rico or or Phoenix or palm springs and Fact you know so I I was always trying to pick their brain and then of course Santa Baby. Two to one on a home run in the eighth inning in Chicago and I go. He was doing the same thing. But you know Harman Harman was the first guy that hit him so far that he would actually and I don't I don't think he ever tried to show up interest. But you know in the old ballpark that Metropol Metro Metropolitan Field or park or whatever they call it. In Minnesota there used to be a seat way up in the The the upper deck. I mean it was so far and I think Karma hit two home runs off Jack Sanford and somebody else went back to back and you know those were. Kinda like the red seat and Fenway Park. Where apparently Ted Williams set of all the ball was just as it has been the last couple of years but armor would hit him so far and I you know I ended up. I mean I lost three two one one Sunday afternoon Baltimore. I struck him out the first three times up to him alone. Away fastball David Johnson made an error couple of guys on and he hit over the right center field fence. So harmon was very much like Frank Robinson Frank our great hitters that I faced in that era where it wasn't just mistakes. I mean you could. And this was a pretty good fastball. Except you know this was harming Gulliver but I was sitting with them on my table. You know when you go to the hall of fame. And he goes to the induction. Come back to the to the ODA Saga Hotel. And then they have dinner with league presidents which they don't have any more now with the commissioner and they give the hall of famers that are inducted. The the rings and I'm sitting. Let's see I got Ryan Sanford. My laptop got gaylord to his left. And then we go round table. We have Ferguson Jenkins and I You know we're talking about TD's and all that in arm and looks across the tailing says Jimmy. I just don't think I could of cheated not like that when I go Arman. You didn't need that. He was that type of guy and You know I mean just like you know I think one of the You know we're going to nineteen affected so many people around the world best and people losing their jobs and how to work and all that you know and then you You Know One of the true gentlemen of the game alkaline passes away You know it's it's been. It's been a tough spell. I think for all of us but you know he asked me about Al and of course you know my first start in the big leagues was nineteen sixty five when I was nineteen against any McLean. I hadn't pitched since spring training as far as starting and I got really went over the hedge. You know the title game up in the In the seventh inning. Probably through about one hundred and forty pitches even though I hadn't probably throwing more than sixty all spring training but but al Kaylynn comes up tonight and you know I knew who was And I struck him out first time and Dick Boundless. Catching forest and from a fastball curveball. The next time to strikes in Dick put down a changeup and I- drama change hits it off the foul pole for Solo homer and I'm nineteen and you know so I said okay. We won't do that again. And then the third time I throw him. I don't know ninety. Six seven. Eight MPH fastball. On Way and he gets a A single into right field buster. This is went even at age. Nineteen I'm I'm sitting. You know what there are going to be hitters that I face that are better than I am. I you know I've learned. I mean I think the first guy face you know. They're really taught me. That lesson was out Kaylin. You know couple of two thousand twelve. We had all the statues yet and one a month of all the hall of famers retired numbers and at the Tigers are in talent and Al. Actually you know came to the to my ceremony July. She came to the ceremony sat on the field. My Stepson Spencer who has autism ran out on the field. And and introduce me. You know a lot of people didn't think you do it but he you know he loved to. I never could have done it when I was years old. But let's hear it for a number twenty two still the greatest. The most amazing. That's exactly what he told me to say. Jim Palmer and then Spencer runs off the field and I see Al afterwards. He said that was something and then two weeks later at the induction. I up at hall of fame in Cooperstown. He says you know. Every time I think about that. I tear up because it was such a great thing to see a child with autism. You know and of course you know he's been with Tiger I dunno forever And Jim Price does. Radio has two kids with her autistic and So he kinda knows about autism but you know it. It's just amazing. Buster and you know this as well as somebody covered baseball forever. You know a lot of times. I think we look at players when we say. Oh yeah this guy you know the four or five tool player like Alec out because how could do everything one tengo gloves almost hit four hundred home runs three hundred ninety nine but she's a lot of times it just takes a little special things that happen in life that make you realize not only. Was this guy great player but he was a great person. Oh and that that came through in the tributes that came out from people who knew him. I got a text message that night after we got word about L. passing from Brad. Osma so of course. It was a manager with the Tigers. He said look. I don't have a social media following but I really want to put this out there and talk about what a what a great person he was and you know people were talking about. What type of player was as much about what What a great person he was. We talked to Bruce Bocce the other day who someday you know. He's going to be making a speech cooperstown and be the ODA saga with you. And I asked him because he managed Barry Bonds and I asked him how he felt about the question of. Pd's new mentioned You know the conversation with Harmon. Killebrew and boches feeling is that he he. Almost you could tell. He defers to the people who were there. He said look people in the hall of fame. They're they've that this is come up and they've they've made their feelings clear and I would respect their feelings on it as time has gone on. Is that change your feelings about it. You know who I mean. First of all You know four hundred forty. Four baseball writers noted for me You know when I got the call from Jack. Lang was about an hour and a half later because they thought I was at another restaurant and they were trying to find me and you know he says kind of good news and badges and he said well the bad news thirty. Three writers didn't vote for you but the good news is four hundred eleven. Did I didn't vote for myself. So I learned in nineteen ninety that You know it's it's a very exclusive club. Obviously I mean. It's you know when I hear I got in a long Joe. Morton was one of the great players to MVP's and on some of the great team. Cincinnati Reds Games We got rained out and the so instead of having the induction on Sunday. They headed into Jim on Monday. You know I I said we need to go out and acknowledge the people is there. Like I don't know ten. Slow thousand imploring ranged. When we went out everybody stood up the umbrellas and I mean it it it just you know chills through your body so you know how I think if you ever go to the only Oh baseball game but if you go to Cooperstown you realize love affair that people that that that care about baseball half and they show it on induction weekend you know. I mean. I don't know if we're going to have it this year but obviously you're going to see a lot of people that had the luxury to the Derrick. Jeeter play so You know it's but what I did find out that that induction weekend is that they had the dinner on Sunday. Night and Stan musial who can one of the great hitters of all time with this? You know eight hundred and fifteen at home and eight hundred fifteen on the road and when you're GONNA to lead doesn't get a home run rate out. He would allow the national league in singles doubles. Triples home runs. Rbi's on base. You name it down the list in the world but he had been sick the year before and Ted Williams grabbed the microphone and started just talking. About how great it was to see stand back and better health and then pass the microphone around and right then I realized we even made the speech and more more difficult the next day when I follow. Joe Morgan is that you know these guys. You know it's an exclusive club you care about itself you know I mean. Obviously you know boxing. Great pitchers he didn't talk to these guys when he was bitching against them. But now you can actually be friends. You know you kind of alluded to it. When you're sitting at a table with an arm and killing you actually get to talk to a guy that put a lot of fear in your heart so But I guess buster you know who's to say. There aren't guys in the hall of fame already that have done. Pd's you know. I mean I look at you know bonds who you know. I was reading today The the athletic and Joep is at Sanski at him number two player. I think anybody that ever had a chance to see Barry Bonds. Play early on no. He was hall of Fame Player. Five tool guy. You know that me one. I don't even know how many NBA peasy won. I you know clemens was the same way. But it's it'll be very interesting when they they're getting closer and closer but I'm not going to register is the hall of fame. Game Sim Viable to be hall of fame. Because I don't vote You know have a lot of respect for Berry You know I played against his dad. Who is a marvellous player? you know. Same with Roger So you know I played for. Cal ripken senior so I learned early on a ball. There are no such things too short so I it probably would have been difficult decision to make when you see other people doing it or other guys. Are you know hitting sixty five? Seventy home runs. Maybe or whatever it maybe. There's an inkling or something to do you know as far as doing that But at the end of the day you make a great point we don't you know Bruce. This is perfectly right He. He's not gonNA vote himself in. You know if it was easy you know he'd already be in there and we all know what three world series and motivate five years. So you know he's going to get there you know. I went on a cruise with him. I don't really like him. Because he beat me at Ping Pong but other than that great manager was you know I blamed it on the high seas that but but you know again so I i. I just think you know when you get to the hall of fame or are you talking about the hall of fame boy a special special club that You know you're just happy to be in there and you know the great thing about it is once you get past your first. You know the induction weekend. Then you actually can go and have a good time. Oh that'd be great. Video told us that the other day that after the exactly it's easy and it's fun at. It's very comfortable at last one for you. You know you mentioned the the. The writers didn't vote for for you. That bothers me when I go back and I look at the voters didn't vote for Hake Aaron and Willie mays and Jackie Robinson and this year. We had one voter who didn't vote for Derek. Jeter I don't get it and I. It bothers me D. Does it do you care at all about that when you follow that we saw the was a few years ago? I think three or four writers didn't vote for Gingrich junior and I can't stand that well. That's because they WANNA be different. I guess you know I mean. How do you not vote for you? Know Dimaggio or I mean what didn't mind you have to get in the first year or something I'll come on you know. Yeah Right. Because he didn't stay married to Marilyn Monroe. I mean I don't know you know I don't look at that. I mean you know like I mentioned jobs inskeep name. I'm not even you know somebody said you must be in the top one hundred players and I said No. I didn't make the list and I but you know people all you didn't strike out enough guys You know I asked the An Analytical Writer in Baltimore a couple of years ago I said so I should be. You can get numbers is it. Good my strikeouts. Go Up with a runner at third in less than two outs you sit. Oh Yeah went up twenty one percent. I said well there you go so you know I mean you know and I read an article in espy nation. That I was lucky. Solid fame pitcher because my batting average on balls in play was to thirty nine for my career and you know and I had good defensive players so therefore I should be penalized but let me bottom. Line this for you. I was really fortunate to play with some of the greatest glares and then some of the greatest asks the reason famous. Because that's exactly what happened. You know I mean You know I had you know hall of fame manager Earl Weaver. Everybody says you know I mean I mean. I've been watching. Ken Burns some of the baseball. Don Boswell said I had complexes on top of complexes and whatever and I wouldn't have won fifty games without earl weaver. I won fifty games. I one hundred sixty eight games. 'cause I played with some of the best players ever and you can just go. Down listing some of them aren't even in the whole thing. You know the players the Mark Andrews with eight gold gloves. The you know the rich coggins who with two outs in the ninth inning. Mike Ferraro hits. The ball is going to hit the chalk. Line and and Rick and Richie sitting on the line or standing in line almost as straddle and catches the ball. Sure double. You know to nothing. Lead to outs in the ninth inning. And you know I'm waiting to come in and I said what were you doing? There racist played against guy last year. I knew he couldn't pull you. I knew what you would do. Well that's how you get to the holiday. I mean that's you just have players that come out of a great organization you WANNA win know how to win. No you have to do it together. And it's Kinda like we're GONNA do. Nineteen you know where we're not gonNA beat this by ourself. I didn't get the hall of fame by myself I I. My parents told me to sign with the Orioles because I could assign with any team of the year before the draft and it turned out. Well you're exactly right cool. Jim Stay safe as always amazed by your memory. I'm amazed by your knowledge and I appreciate the time. Well you're welcome. I made most of this stuff up muster. But maybe I'm not GonNa see I guess the big question will I see Arizona? Are we actually GONNA play any baseball at all this year? Hopefully that'll be a help. Anyway you take your jumping into the numbers evaluating millions of data in Cincinnati by two hundred. This is Hembo knows. Ammo has Paulin Makita research read. Espn is onto also a haunt show on the show. Get up. He tells us he's the head Honcho. I have not confirmed that yet. Hembo Thanks for listening to the. Podcast interviews. We've been doing and You've got a chance to listen to the Jim Palmer interview and he made. He made some references to his unusual relationship with his manager. Earl Weaver he sure. Did I mean it seems that you know for the entirety of their relationship? It was he described it as you know as the `social distancing before it was before it was cool but it what what strikes me. Statistically as the orioles were the winningest team in baseball during early verse tenure with the team and Jim Palmer durability enabled him buster to employ famous for man rotation as you know color ranks third all time with one hundred. Thirty two wins on three days rest. He talked about that in a podcast behind only Walter Johnson and Warren Spahn and he posted a higher percentage than either of them in those starts. He we talk about with him about his start against Sandy Colfax nineteen sixty six. That's a special badge of honor for a young pitcher. Jim Palmer was back then but it was a precursor what was to come. Jim Palmer is the only pitcher to throw a postseason. Shut up toward the age of twenty one in like you said he did so against Sandy Koufax in the dodgers in game two sixty six world series Palmer is also the only pitcher to win a world series game in three different decades and in three consecutive years bus birth spinning nineteen sixty nine to nineteen. Seventy-one Palmer three complete game to clinch the American League Championship series allowing a total of six runs in those twenty seven innings. I mentioned earlier this week. On the PODCASTS. My favorite stat about Jim Palmer was that during the course of his career. He never allowed a Grand Slam. What he make of that well. It's wild he's also he also never allowed back to back homers which I think is equally wild As far as the grams are concerned opponents. Posted an opium of four thirty two against Palmer with the bases loaded. That is the lowest for any pitcher to face at least a hundred batters in those circumstances. Sin that data became available in the year. Nineteen seventy four. You're kidding I I didn't know wow Texting to make sure that he hears that. No today with the once. The podcast post and it's always fun. I always think to talk to all time greats about other all time greats and get their observations and he talked about Mike Messina retired buster of the all time leader and postseason innings without a world series ring. A distinction now held by Clayton Kershaw but Messina's Era in the postseason of three point. Four two was lower than repay Joe Martinez and Randy Johnson and Jack Morris and Andy Pettitte. He was more clutch than many of his contemporaries that we perceived as such further buster Maecenas metronome. There were eleven seasons in which you qualify for the title with an adjusted the array of one twenty five or higher at least twenty five percent better than the league average. The only other lightbulb pitchers to pull that off or Roger. Clemens Lefty Grove and Greg Maddux just as a fan would you think Messina revealing that? They ran that tape out to left. Centerfield at Camden yards and found the distance where it says three sixty four to be three forty six. I Love I love this story and I love the way a Lotta understanding that he has like. That's the kind of story that I would. If I was telling you I would try to build it up Mike. We see a delivered at just as Mike. Mussina was. He was he was just so himself in. That interview is tremendous and last thing for it today. Jackie Robinson Day when he got there I maintain the opinions. You know that Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier was the most significant event that occurred on American soil during the twentieth century. I think it goes without saying the importance that it had in baseball from eighteen. Eighty seven to the year in which he broke the barrier. Obviously there were no black players in the big leagues. Also I think you could argue that culturally. His impact was Equal to or at least close to that of Martin Luther King Junior so I think he is on a on a pillar with Martin Luther King Junior in terms of what he established culturally and historically by Duke by breaking the color barrier a couple of notes. I'd like to throw in about Jackie Robinson. Some people probably know some people probably don't it was actually Monte Irvin who was shoved choice of the meagerly owners to be the first black player to integrate but he hasn't had wartime obligations in turns out. Obviously fate had it that Jackie Robinson had that distinction. I think we can all agree that work out just fine. Further from nine hundred forty nine thousand nine hundred sixty two buster eleven of fourteen. Mvp's in the National League were African American. That group includes Jackie himself. Includes Roy Campanella Willie Mays Don Newcombe? Hank Aaron Ernie Banks Craig Robinson and Maury Wills. He's very much opened the floodgates and broke down the door for these guys who came in in a rush right away and and and that's been a fourteen years eleven black players on the National League. Mvp and the last thing that I'll say -buster as for as much as he did for as culturally significant as he is. I think sometimes we forget how great baseball player Jackie Robinson was in the ten seasons spanning nineteen forty seven to fifty six the span of his career Stan. Musial was the only player to produce more value by wins above replacement than Jackie Robinson. If he had if he had done nothing culturally or historically significant whatsoever he would be remembered as a much greater ballplayer than he actually is. He was a true superstar for nearly duration of his ten year career. And oh by the way he didn't make his debut until he was twenty eight years old. So maybe we didn't even see the you know the actual Prime Jackie Robinson as opposed to you know in nineteen forty six And maybe at the end of nineteen forty five because he did serve in World War Two Yeah just remarkable player remarkable figure. Can you believe how many people didn't vote form? The yeary came up for the hall of fame. I mean Jim Palmer said about that I feel the same way it just. It boggles the mind when I see that the people who didn't get votes for the hall of fame. If you're building a baseball rushmore there are two prerequisites on that on that. Mount Rushmore Jay Robinson Babe Ruth. Another and we can argue about the other. Two A hundred percent agree about. Thanks for doing this. Cleaner Boys Leisure tweets all ready. Buster bleacher tweets for Wednesdy centigrades. At centigrades writes in that he really enjoyed yesterday's interview with Mike Mussina and he says Moose finally won twenty games in his very last season. What do you remember about him? In his final year. That was different from previous years. Most made reference to the fact that he had to make adjustments throughout his career changing throwing from different arm angles picking different pitches he actually remember specifically as he slowed down the velocity. It was a curve ball. You know. Typically in his prime he'd been if I remember correctly like seventy nine to eighty miles per hour on that curve ball. I can remember times in his last couple years where he was throwing like seventy one seventy two so he. He built up the differential between his fastball. And his off speed pitches. I felt like so that it was effective for him in that last year. Tyler Burnett Rates in at Tyler Burnett Twenty eight. He has an interesting question. Do you know this did Mariano. Rivera get a New Jersey on Jackie Robinson Day. Or did he get to wear his normal one now? He got to wear as normal one on the day that the first Jackie Robinson Day was held which was og April fifteenth in one thousand. Nine hundred seven Bud ceiling basically grandfathered in everybody who wore number forty two to continue to wear their own number forty two. I remember. I was covering the mets butch. Huskey was their third baseman and he got to continue to wear forty two and so did mow got to wear number forty two now. I'm guessing that I don't know this specifically if there was asleep. Patch of some kind. I'm sure they added it to his uniform but it was his uniform interesting. Last one up from Portland Maverick at the battered B.'s. He's putting out a conspiracy theory out there. I'm picking up Taylor's laying down in abundance of Orioles interviews coincidence. I don't think so next will be subjected to the likes of Eddie Murray Brooks Robinson Frank. Robinson Cal ripken wait. That actually sounds awesome. Great Work I don't think it's it's not actually conspiracy theory. I think I've just seeped in your subconscious buster and you're on some level you're like what would Taylor enjoy listening to write? It might have a little bit to do with the fact that these are people I know and I covered the Orioles. I know Mike. Mussina and covered. Billy ripken. Jim Palmer Yeah that probably has something to it but it has been interesting. I thought about that. Have an Oriole pitchers of back to back days? Not Complaining over here all right. That's it for today my thanks to Jim Palmer to Hembo detailer Thanks for listening. Everybody stay safe and on our way out more on Jackie Robinson and in this clip. You'll hear from Jackie from peewee resources. Lucky enough to meet. When I was eleven years old. Eddie Stinky Rachel Robinson from the Rogers Photo archive give in that summer of forty seven. Very Few people knew that pee. Wee Reese Jackie Robinson. We're going to be great teammates. They would become the boys of summer. Jackie Robinson though not embraced by all of his teammates did indeed win them. Over by one. Pee Wee reese another southerner was the first to really embrace you easily from the outset. Felt that if I were the only white guy trying to break in all Black League. I want somebody to be my friend. And he says the Jackie Robinson has with Bill. They can make it. That's all I'm going to have. We had some deep South Boys on real down in Alabama and Georgia. And they didn't appreciate it. Oh and if you sat down and played cards with Jackie or something they would let you know about him. You know we'll play with it so and so I'm usually pretty nice gathered to fill it out. Jackie Robinson was the most aided man in the world there was no one else can comprehend gives loneliness. His isolation wasn't until the dodgers went on the road and his teammates saw how he was turned away at the front desk of the hotels are hardcore. Southerner like Eddie thank. You could see that. This was a social injustice. Are we going to Saint Louis of on the bus poor Jack? Had you got another hotel? That's off but the never changed his personality or or thoughts about the game would game started at pitch. He was all ball all managed. Only with this woman. Rachel Robinson Jackie's widely pretty lettuce guard. He was a lonely man on an island with very few friends. Only Rachel could comprehend how difficult that first year was for. Jackie disappointed at times after a straight edge solution down but he would pick himself up. He's very resilient and very determined really stubborn about the thing. He was going to make it work. Thanks for listening to the baseball tonight. 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Resenha: Cult Of Lilith - Mara (Tech MeloDeath Islands)

Metal Mantra Podcast

21:38 min | Last month

Resenha: Cult Of Lilith - Mara (Tech MeloDeath Islands)

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HOUR 3- 081320

The Dan Patrick Show

49:10 min | 2 months ago

HOUR 3- 081320

"I'm Walter Thompson Hernandez host of the new podcast California. Love. Show how the city we love. So much more than meets the eye. But you find the hidden secret it's like Oh. This is here all you have an oasis. Here these birds man in the morning. There so loud. Graffiti. Listened to California, love on iheartradio APP apple podcast. Every. Have you ever wondered is Will Ferrell Lakes to wear his I voted sticker all even into the next day or what make Stephanie Rule so passionate about voting it's about what kind of country what kind of world do you WanNa live in I I'm holly FRY, and I'm hosting a new podcast called why I'm voting I realized my father had never participated in any election but saw democracy fails everyone assuming somebody else why I'm voting a new podcast from iheartradio available on the iheartradio APP at Apple podcasts or wherever it is you listen. You are listening to the Dan, Patrick Show on Fox sports radio. Final hour in this Thursday dan in the Dan. It's Dan Patrick Show, I've got to add a little levity I want you to smile today and I. Know I'm usually the bear a bad news here but I want to maybe get your Thursday started off on. You know the right positive note here this is from seven news in Australia as one of the reporters are trying to pronounce the name of Milwaukee's star the Greek freak. Biggest is in hot water on the eve of the playoffs. And to talk to. That's not even close. Let's try it again. One of the biggest stars is in hot water on the eve of the playoffs Janis and to talk to. I'm sorry. Excuse me normally when you have that kind of accent no matter what you say sounds better. This guy's probably a handsome guy these there. On TV. I don't know if he proof-read I. Don't know if he read over that script before he got that. Let's hear one more time. One of the biggest stars is in hot water on the eve of the playoffs Janis. Talk. I don't know how you got from. From that to that. And Tom Ataka do we should make a jersey? That's actually UNTUCKIT Thomas to? I, don't know how you spell it, but we should try to do that. Talk through. Okay. Now let me chase him bad news. No no I'M GONNA try to be positive during this final hour of the program Clemson coach Dabo Sweeney came out yesterday and said, the national title will be no less valuable this season if it's only the SEC in big twelve play. And no surprise because he's got another championship caliber team but even a more objective analyst has to admit that the championship pictures almost intact with those three conferences. You'RE NOT GONNA have Ohio state but the other schools were probably going to fill out the final four like every other sport college football fans will have to compromise. It's not a normal season. We know that all you can do is hope that they actually play and that they play safely probably not worth spending too much time energy debating value of a national title all but there will be shows that will debate that if Clemson, all of a sudden wins the national title is this a true national should there be an asterisk there. I just want to have football even a couple of conferences. Great. I still think the bigger picture is I would love to know what the SEC in the big twelve are telling their schools. The medical community is telling their schools that may be the PAC. Twelve in the big ten are not getting the same information or are they getting the same information? They're reacting different to that information. That's what I would want to know and I would hope that we could get doctors from the ACC. Big Twelve along with the PAC twelve in the big ten and get them together on a zoom call in have them exchange information. Because if I'm in the PAC twelve or PAC twelve coach or player or fan I just WanNa know what medical data are they looking at and what are we looking at? Are we comparing apples to apples or apples to cantaloupes here I'm not quite sure. Also there's been a lot of talk of Nebraska probably or at least trying to go rogue here and play and from what I was told by my source earlier this morning, the season wasn't canceled. It was just postpone and that's the difference here Nebraska can argue, Hey, you cancel the season we wanNA, play football it was postponed to the spring and maybe from what I'm told Nebraska could try to find some teams to play Byu New Mexico state maybe the American Athletic Conference Conference USA maybe if you have some of these members of the SEC ACC big twelve. Were not able to play or their president's decided not to play football. Then maybe Nebraska could do that I was also told if Nebraska wants to leave the big ten, maybe go back to the big twelve but the reason why they left the big twelve or one of the biggest reasons is they do not like Texas and I don't know the State Rental Program Oh. Yeah. I thought it was like the State No, no, no no I don't think. So I was just told that they have a distaste for Texas and I'M GONNA guess. That's the longhorns but. That would be interesting if they'll know nothing to do with the longhorns weight is don't like. Texas. The State of Texas. But Some of the information that we have so far. And we are in an I. told you. So Environment here certainly in the sports world. To told you I told you so I want to be the last US ed told you. So when it comes to any of these sports shutting down or not even getting started I hope that we get football. The four weeks from tonight we play the NFL place. First regular season game is four weeks from tonight. I know that we're going to start on time I. Don't know if will you know go to completion or do we hit the reset? Do we hit a pause button here I think that those things are all on the table here when it comes to the NFL and the NFL By all accounts is doing everything that they need to do. They gathered the information from all the other sports not just you know baseball basketball but also they're looking at what's going on in soccer in. Europe? They want to know everything they they're collecting everything they can. So there's no surprises. You Know Baseball's had surprises or baseball go wait a minute. We, got a team that can't play. Now, what do they do? I don't know. And you go back a couple of weeks ago where I joked where I said, you know baseball should just play seven inning doubleheaders. And next thing you know baseball goes and we're GONNA play doubleheaders and they're going to be seven innings I'm going I don't know if this is really that well thought out here with what's happening with the Marlins, the cardinals and the other teams that are going to be punished because they have been able to play. They have been doing the right things. The Cleveland Indians would what they did the two pitchers, police act and clovinger. You can't. I can't punish these other teams who did it the right way but Don't know if there's another plan here. How many games are you going to expect the these teams to play? How many games can the MARLINS play many? Games can the cardinals play? And you're going to be asking teams. You gotTA play a couple of double headers now. It's just not fair but I know it's been a that's not fair. Season here year for all sports but this to me not fair at all this. Some of these teams are GONNA have to double up and the pitching staffs. They're getting chewed up. Getting chewed up by the way just saw this George Kettle the niners star tight end has agreed to a five year seventy, five, million dollar extension. Michael Silver the NFL network reporting this more than half of it guaranteed Landry language being worked out. Numbers of their one of the top players this was a big time priority So Ian rapoport reporting that but I think Michael Silver is the first to have I don't know somebody's GonNa. Get their feelings hurt if I don't get it right but Ian Rapoport and Michael Silver apparently involved in this information. Yes. mclovin. So he gets fifteen the highest tight end before that was ten per year. That's a pretty big jump. Well, he's a different type tight end. I think he has separated himself as him and Kelsey. Tight ends you know the tight end position changed Kellen winslow. He was a receiver who was listed as a tight end that ability to get down the field. Now, I can go back to you know John mackey who played for the colts was a wonderful player athletic player tight end. Mike Ditka was an athletic tight end but that ability to. You know have the tight end who has a linebacker honor safety and he has the speed if not more. So to get behind him and then you had Bella check leave it to Bella check to go. Why don't we have two tight ends in both can get down the field and Aaron Hernandez and Gronk. And now you're starting to see even you know you're looking at a tight end in it's rare when you go, he's a block I tied in and Kiddo is a really good run blocker. Really good. And you know one of the more underrated aspects of his game because their offense is. On, running the football that killed can beat you deep and. If you say you got Kelsey I got kettle. I'm fine. If you say you got Kelsey and I got killed. I'm either way I'm good with either one of those. Yeah. Pulling offense is such a big thing in the NFL Aaron Donald considered the best offensive Lineman kittle best if Aaron Donald and. George Kit or both available, and you've got to pay more for Donald quite a bit which would you take? Well, how much more my paying for Donald? It's it's a bit mclovin it's a bunch isn't it? I I got up to fifteen. I can't imagine. It's much more than that. Aaron Donald a twenty million dollars a year ago probably. But you know five million is a lot you know with the salary cap might not seem like a lot but it is is in Donald like an exception though because he's so far above the best defensive player. I mean kittles the best tight end, but you said Kelly's right there. Yeah. I. Think Because of today in what? What is more disruptive is not the edge rusher. It's the guys has the ability to go up the middle because these quarterbacks are getting rid of the ball. So quickly, I can disrupt you by going up the middle and I can get my hands up whereas I'm an edge rusher I'm going to need at least two two and a half seconds to get to you maybe. Three seconds to get to you, Aaron. Donald can disrupt the running game and he can also disrupt the passing game by just moving you know moving the line and having his hands up. So I would say Aaron Donald would be more valuable mclovin did tweak that what if I gave you the best wide receiver in the game? I. Don't even know who it is or George Kibble. So. If you said, I can have Michael. Thomas. Jr Julio Jones or George Kill. Him I would take George Kettle. We'd take George Biddle I. There are a lot of really good wide receivers. I don't think there are a lot of really good tight ends. How about if I said Deandre Hopkins you love I would take George biddle. George Poodle I mean, it's a weapon because I got a guy and who's matching up with my guy linebacker can't can your safety lineup with him. You have to put a nickel in there to cover. There are a lot of really good wide receivers. There's only two elite titans in Kelsey and George biddle gamble. Kill Kelsey also have star power. They are guys you focus on on the field because you know they're going to get the ball. They're pretty entertaining with it, and after the game like kittles a maniac out there Kelsey is more showman but kill sometimes seems like an an you know like a wwe guy who plays football. Yeah, mclovin. I would argue for the wide receiver because they cannot cut the top off the Muffin as I say, whatever the because they can get a seventy yard strikes you gotta be really scared of them. I don't know who that guy is though Odell I'm not sure he's had Michael Thomas basically tight end. That first episode hard knocks there was a few funny moments where especially with Joey Bosa everybody moneybags yeah. Go out and again it's got to be awkward in that. So where you just signed a monster dealing, you know that a bunch of the dude you're with aren't even sniffing that type learning even in the same zip code and so you. Kind of uncomfortable. It's a great uncomfortable, but it's still every single person's name and you buy a boat yet or was it everybody's talking about it? It's like any article that's written about Mike Greenberg? has his salary in there. Every single one. Stephen a Smith. Now, every single article has his salary in there. Yes. I saw the same thing seeding saw. Joey. Bosa. But do you make a big deal of? Doing something like our guys. When we go out, we're going out to dinner or you know have barbecue brought in for the whole team spent a few grand to like look I. got paid. But I'M GONNA give it back immediately or is that like? I don't know if it's really hey, let me spend a thousand dollars on lunch today. Thousand, dollars I would be way we didn't get filet Mignon wait. What are we got? By the way we ordering sandwiches today. Thank. You said it's national sandwich month. That's right. Okay. But you guys talked a great game last hour where you go YEP, we're getting sandwiches. What happened we are in the process of it we're in the process of Atlanta our. I can't entertain a nation. Are you in order sandwiches I said, what are we ordering? What's your single favorite sandwich if the everything was on the menu? I don't know if I have a favorite sandwich. But but I'm open to whatever you guys. If you say, we're doing cheese steaks then I'm in. If. We're doing French dip I'm in. Now, you're talking chicken parm member in remember when. The did the Italian beef sandwiches on the traeger dangling that. I know that I feel like I. Say this every week every other week like this is the best thing we ever cooked on the trigger. That might be the best thing that we've we've made on the trigger might be the best thing we've made on the sandwich at might also be it's probably one of the best sandwiches I've ever had entire life. It's that good. It was really good. Go ahead. Todd Todd wants to do the off of George biddle signing his contract. It seems like they gave him the whole kit and caboodle a lot of money. He's deserving. We're in the middle of the whole sandwich bit has crushing. It's a sandwich never get that momentum bag. Oh, the sandwich at whole steak and cheese thing cooking thanks recommended chicken cutlet I. Know I'm big on chicken parm but just breaded chicken cutlet also works with some were as much. We're GONNA. Take a break here. Let me leave you with something funny. The whole kit and caboodle Yano because it's not. It's kit and caboodle. No. Kidding if you have to explain the joke. Maybe, if you're like eighty years of age. Nineteenth Century for instance, giving someone a lot of some. Yeah. So once again, seven news in Australia's we go to break. One of the NBA is biggest stars is in hot water on the eve of the playoffs Janis and took a Thomas. One of the biggest. In, hot water on the eve of the playoffs Janis and talk. And Tacoma to bet that guy is handsome as hell and look great. You know if you were going to have an actor you go looks just like Pierce Brosnan. Takato Dope. All right. We're going to take a break here more phone calls coming up. It's seventeen after the hour. This is the Damn Patrick Show. Fraudsters are out there. It feels like every week I'm telling you another story where they're getting into your personal information getting into your email fraudsters are trying to capitalize these days by sending messages through social media and e mails. They're trying to get consumers to fall for the scam that uses cash I. Think we've probably all or most of us have been exposed to this where somebody needs money and you got to help them through A. 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They're a half game back they have Dallas this afternoon and then tonight it'll be San Antonio there half game back they've got Utah. So that's what is going to happen for the eighth ninth spot and then the Lakers will have the Fewest amount of days to prepare for who they're going to play in the opening round. But you know the advance scouting, they're able to watch if they're gonNA play the blazers or. Whoever it might be I don't know if the Blazers Phoenix Suns Phoenix Suns at feels like there hasn't been as much of a frenetic pace because they were a long shot to get in Portland it felt like feels like all their the team that could really give the Lakers trouble. But Every every night has been a playoff game for him and I don't know how long you can continue to have that kind of energy like what do you expect out? Of Damian Lillard. Ever you know we were talking about this. What does he do after fifty one? GonNa put up sixty. One. I don't know what else he can do to get his team and CJ mccollum to with a bad back and his availability but. and. I still look at Dallas where nobody's talking about Dow is Dallas a tough out against the clippers. Because everybody's been focusing on of the blaze. Well, it's the Lakers that's why. If Dallas was going to be playing the Lakers then we'd be like Oh that's a tough out for for the Lakers is how do we get the Lakers into a story here? That's how you do. Some more phone calls in here fill in. INDIANA. Hi. Phil what do you have for me today? Dan always a pleasure It seems to me with college football being a multi billion dollar industry. This thing really should just become a corporation have a CEO with a corporate structure five conferences doing each other's doing their own thing. It just seems like it's it's out of whack and let's face it. It is a corporation it's a money making business, and then the last thing I have for you Dan to names I wanted to to list foyer on your Emmy. Struggles Susan Lucci Ted Danson asked they won their first they won multiple. So they're still hopefully. All right. Thank you Phil. Yeah, I had a couple of people calling me Dan Lucci after the back after we lost Susan. Lucci. WAS A. Soap. Opera it star she lost like nineteen in a row. Over eighteen. Yeah Yeah. I didn't know about Ted Danson? Yes I guess so far were over twelve then even though with only the nominated three times but I think she was nominated in didn't win yeah I mean I've been nominated. Probably well, myself and sportscenter maybe twelve to fifteen times but I, think I have four. At back in the day on sportscenter. If sportscenter won the sports emmy. The anchors didn't get an emmy. The coordinating producers did. You could be there for one day. You could have started the day before the sports emmys come in as a coordinating producer and they would have given you an office anonymity. Because I waited ten years to get an office there. Ten years. And even Berman and Bob had been there for twenty years and I remember they called us in all the anchors and they said. We're going to give Bob and Chris Offices. And I said. Okay why don't you name buildings after them? And they go. You're not upset. I'm upset that it took this long for these guys to get offices, Bob Lee and Chris Berman they name a building. After those guys, the founding fathers, they should do a mount rushmore and just do those three Tom Mees. Bob Lee and Chris Berman just put it up. You know their espn yeah it because the. Exercise. For the big long ESPN in front of the e Mount Rushmore. It was So wait if you if you sportscenter WanNa Emmy, would you have to purchase one own it and bring it home? I don't someone by for you. Know, I don't even know if we could buy them back then I think because that's a rule. We won an award in in Radio Department, and of course, the management guy got it. The person in management took the actual award. Instead the honor people rush instead it was like two thousand. And they said Yeah, you can get one. Oh great and I fell paperwork like no. No, here's. Here's the thing it's like one hundred, twenty, seven dollars we were told the anchors were looking. You know we figured after you've been there I've been there. You know fifteen years I thought you know maybe it's time that I get an office here and I was told by management. it's a fire. Hazard like if I don't know what they set or how they said it, but it had something to do with the fire marshal so I couldn't get an office. And It's hard to argue that. Because I'm going I don't know what I, how do I argue a fire marshal that somehow we can't add more offices here but. You know what it made me a better man at did somehow someway. Not, bitter man better man. That's yeah. Maybe a bittermann Steve in South Carolina joins us on the program. Hi Steve Good Morning Gentlemen how you doing great. Great Third Time Longtime. Hey earlier you were talking about the awards within the bubble idea. Yeah. I'm thinking this'll give polly something to do. We need one of those whose stats do you want from the bubble edition mostly because I just needed hear some who do you want me to? Okay. Thanks for the phone call there. Steve. We don't even need to have stats where we can just put up the WHO stats would you own the? Goose stats would you want to tell me tell me tell who? Who Stats would you want? That guy and where is it? Man I WANNA meet that? I, just want to see people when they're recording this I. think there was a guy who recorded one when he was in his car. I don't know if it was that or is it a trigger? You know meet Friday song that you can hear something in the background like there's there's clearly women talking. So he's either like in his kitchen or there's a TV on or something. Todd sent me this and he goes I know that we don't do this. We don't get into the habit of doing this but would you do this to wish guy in Melbourne Australia happy birthday someone is a huge. He's actually milita. Now it's Melborn Arkansas he It'll be Melbourne, Australia but there's actually millburn Arkansas and he's a huge fan of the show. He sent me multiple facebook messages and I thought I should do my due diligence at least make you aware of it. So you're the bad guy if you don't give them a shout. I know we weren't. We're talking about other things and then you send me and you say you know must open and then I open and then it's I. I do the left turn thing every once in a while just in Montgomery in Melbourne it's not even Australia it's not it's Arkansas Extra, special much further away. Yeah. He's been watching since the addict is okay. Well, Happy Birthday Justin in Melbourne Arkansas making dreams come true. I don't know what pennies doing right now back there with the big German hearing, those noises dogs barking happy birthday is about as good as it is. That's great. I'M GONNA put that on a loop. I'm just GONNA I'm GonNa make an APP just press that I've. Felt pleasure. Introduce, our two home ron paying for working families in America Mike McGuire and Sammy to turn up the White House. And to talk. Okay so You Got Mike McGuire. Sammy soocer. Okay. Pronunciation issues we all have but mark is not Mike. Yeah. Michael is not a great at home run hitter Mike McGuire and Sami Soocer. This mark Maguire have a brother named Mike. McGuire. And does he have power? That's what I wanted to? Mike McGuire and he says it is now is that Ted Kennedy and Ted. Kennedy. But then the Boston Mayor Oh? Yeah. He's famous. He Thomas Menino didn't. He didn't. 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I'm wondering if they'll be tracking the amount of NBA player related burst in about nine months from now after all the work that's about to be let into the bubble La Workman. Thank you Jessie I did not know what La Workman and Marvin Marvin the Prince came out of the back room and he goes L. A. Work is when you're importing. Women guests guess the bubble right there you are. Like. I like the Big German takes the camera and gets Marvin there who me yeah. La Work Mar in La maybe. The Martin said he went home is how do you being? La Work. What's that mean? Jeff in Detroit what up no. All I say that then you. Was that man listen I, have a technical question I'm sure you probably don't know the answer to it right now but that's going to Picot. You know your fans are GonNa follow you wherever you go we'll they have some type of? Situation going on, but we can you know Chitchat everybody still wants to ride on Mario and you know talk about the show in general on that particular platform. So I don't know if they do or don't. I have a son which suggestion for you. Okay. No you're talking about food of course, I love a nice Turkey Sandwich. But what you do is you get you some maple bacon or like a Hickory smoked bacon and then you get like a nice piece of bread buttered on both sides and there what you do is you get you some smoke Buddha. Oh. My Gosh. Well, go to make like a grilled cheese. Turkey. Sandwich Bacon in the middle sly some some some lettuce on my goodness you know what you have a good day. Thank you. Thank you. We're working on that with chat where we're trying to figure out if we can do something with peacock but. This is new territory for us and a new partner but we're trying to figure something out. We can have chat row you're very important to the shell. Integral, part of the Shell and if we didn't have chat row, then I'd have to fire tyler and do that. Yeah. Well, he's trying to the moderator if you not moderating anything then what you're going to be doing. I got the highest paid tight ends per season George Kill at fifteen. Hunter Henry ten point six that's Franchise Tag Austin Hooper ten and a half Travis Kelsey at nine point three. You can bet. Travis Chelsea's probably celebrating today after seeing what George Kiddo got paid rob Gronkowski's at nine Kyle. Rudolph at nine million dollars. Salaries haven't caught up to the production of that position. Is there another position that is near that mclovin if I look at what we ask you to do and your importance to an offense and what you get paid safety maybe you could argue you know like Jemaah, they've really low unless and running back those to the lowest well running back guess we said for a long period of time about you know you use them up five year window, use them up, and then you move on I don't think people. Are In market for paying a lot of money for a safety Seattle did. But why the steelers traded for Minkah Fitzpatrick last year some people the the safety is like the Titan a little bit though right where it's a misunderstood position well, it depends on whatever your what's your offensive game plan? What's Your Defensive Game Plan? Like what are you ask your safety to do? Seattle is going to be asking him to creep up and you know stop the run and And probably covered George Kettle. That's why they brought him in yeah mclovin Paulie gave one, hundred, hundred, ten, million. Here's here's really played much as he got injured. Yeah. But you always gets he's got a couple of on. Yeah he's good. But that's one of those. He's good when he's healthy when I need you healthy. Travis, Kelsey at nine point three. He'll probably his Asia will call the team today. Hey, just see that kill. But how many years has he left have left on his deal I. Mean I'm surprised he's at nine three if. Austin Hooper got ten and a half Hunter Henry on the Franchise Tag. Zakar chill try probably Redo his contract or get a new contract soon I saw. Yeah. But these are all pass catching tight ends valuable weapons for your teams. Kit. That's a lot of money. That's a lot of money. All right. Let me take a break here. Last call for phone calls what we learn what's in store tomorrow I WANNA play a clip from Ryan Day the Ohio State head coach talking about the options of playing elsewhere in also DAK Prescott talking about his contract I want to get to those coming up next here on the Dan Patrick Show. Thanks for listening to the Dan Patrick Show podcast. 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Last call for phone calls what we learn what's in store tomorrow wondered bring a couple of clips to your attention. Dak, Prescott had a press conference yesterday and he touched on a lot of things. He lost his brother recently. Gone through a few things certainly the contract situation but. He really came off well polished. He just came off as mature because he said, look everything that we're going through right now. I gotta just take it day by day. Now he said all of the right things that you would want to hear for somebody who could be bitter in this situation. In Prescott, this is what he had to say about his contract I'm aside is how to be a Dallas Cowboy Fan of this organization been a fan of this program for for years I love every bit of the opportunity and the platform that I get to be the quarterback care no frustration as far as that once again, I believe something will get done and with my hopes are believe I'll be a Dallas Cowboy for the rest of my career. So that's Great I love what he was saying yesterday. Jerry Jones says they're going to have fans in the stands for Cowboy Games. And I don't know how many you're going to have I don't know how you choose any of these places. Any of these venues if I say, you can have twenty thousand fans at an Alabama Gang who chooses the twenty thousand fence. If it's an NFL game. It's the cowboys and you can have twenty-five thousand in Jerry, world. How. Many who do you go with donors? If it's Alabama do you start with boosters season ticket? How long you've held a season ticket? I, don't know. Lottery. that. You can ruffled some feathers they're because they're going to be people who wanna go see that game. Yeah Ryan, as Ohio State's head football coach and he talked about Ohio state exploring options to play. Gene and I talked again this morning for at length about this and We're still exploring all those options I know about know you guys grabbed the walking out of the city and maybe time but but no I mean, this thing is moving it's changing and we are looking at everything. I. So that's five states head coach I don't think playing outside of the Big Tenor PAC twelve I don't think that's happening. Because as I was told by my source, the source, WHO's the One? Who told me that know big ten and PAC twelve we're gonna not play football this season he said that you know this is not canceled its postponed. That's the difference it's postponed. So it's not like you can say, Hey, here's the loophole you weren't canceled. You were postponed till the spring and that's why Nebraska's not playing anybody. Ohio. State's not GonNa be playing anybody either pulling the one thing. I don't understand chip Kelly talked about it. At some point they're going to get directives from the say that they can practice during the fall because they're not gonNa let these college football players spent five months inactive. So it's it's safe and healthy to have practice with a hundred fifteen kids. Who are going to school but then that game on the weekend for three hours is unsafe at I don't know if that balances out because when you go to that Saturday football game, you're walking the building in theory with. Two hundred players who have all been tested during the weekend are clear to walk in that building the I don't think you're going to have these programs in the PAC twelve and big ten actually having practices traditional practice. Yeah I don't think so okay I don't because a lot of the states that you know these schools are in a state by state and you know that's the difference I think with the SEC in the ACC and also the big twelve and chip Kelly alluded to that. Being in. Los. Angeles. There's certain states hotspots and trying to be able to do this. They haven't even at practice yet he doesn't even know what he's. Able to do and he's the head coach. This Day in sports. History. Bollywood he for twenty five years ago today sportscenter with you and Keith Olbermann was the eleven o'clock sportscenter when the Great Mickey Mantle passed away in Keith actually posted the entire episode and it was different than the others in a lot of ways I thought you could pick it up from there. Yeah. What we did that day when Mickey Mantle died and Keith and I got together and we had our coordinating producer producer and we said this is different than just doing what sportscenter would normally do or back. Then you would do the announcement that Mickey Mantle and passed away and then you would have maybe. You know a package that talked about maybe three or four minutes or five minutes on the greatness Mickey Mantle and it just it was different back then you would do that say and we'll have more later. And then later in sports center the Hour-long Sportscenter, you'd bring back a feature that maybe Bob. Lee wrote or you know somebody did and look back and pay tribute to Mickey Mantle and Keith and I went to management and said, we think the first fifteen minutes of the show should be about Mickey Mantle he was that big of an icon, a whole generation. My father's generation looked at Mickey Mantle as Mickey Mantle Willie mays, Hank Aaron the. Mutual like that whole era and I just said. This is different and Keith really fought hard because he was a Yankee Fan and Mickey Mantle Fan, and we changed sportscenter that night. Because, we just said their stories that are big enough that the I ten to fifteen minutes before you go to commercial break. Should be on that person and the impact that they had, and then you hear from other people, other players, players who played with him against him and you really pay tribute to somebody and that's that's what we did that night it's one of the proudest sports centres moments I ever had doing sportscenter because I thought we really did justice to the story. And WE'LL PO. Post it. On, social media but it was. A great night. Really was I'm glad that we for it and I'm glad that we had people listening in management who said, yeah, we understand. Anything else this sports history that's it. I want to let you do that one. Final results of the poll question should they gave out the heisman sixty four percents? No. Surprise I think they will. But the heisman trust is going to vote on this I think in the next week or so. There's no reason to announce. They're going to give out heisman until they know that there's going to be a season. Because if you say all of a sudden, the big twelve is not GonNa play announced the ACC and the SEC. He still going to hand out of Heisman. Are we still going to hand out of national. Championship. Trophy. I have no idea because. How many times do we say something in April or May or June or July, and then all of a sudden you got to walk it back. That's where I am right now. As much as I'd love to go, this is my opinion. I it could change and probably would change. Let's go around the room and what we learned on this program. Todd I'll start with you. What did you learn today? You're not gonNA complain if the NBA wants to give out awards for them? No no I'm not complaining I'm just thankful. There's sports. You want to hand out. Participation Trophies. Go ahead I'm okay mclovin. There's Melbourne Arkansas as wells in Melbourne Australia yeah. Seton. O'Connor. Reggie Miller also busted up about the third straight loss. 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Moment of the Day (6/18/20)

Boomer & Gio

01:49 min | 4 months ago

Moment of the Day (6/18/20)

"Earlier G was discussing how Mike and Chris can always discuss their longevity to stop any argument against them. Nothing makes me laugh more than that like so I saw this clip back after this. Put up there of some guy. Call up in criticizing. This segment might does where he just like goes through. Mickey Mantle and Bernie Williams Stat I guess like this is the thing that he doesn't as our show, so some guy called I was like. Listen Mike I love you and everything, but do you think anybody really cares these stats reading, and then Mike immediately like flips at listen. I've been doing this for forty years. And I've been doing it better than anybody else, so you can't tell me I mean you had a horrible phone call. Pathetic phone call, but I've been doing this I'll do the show the way I do. The show because I've been doing it for forty is okay. Okay, because I'm doing it for forty. Every every day, it seems like he's been doing longer. Which I love like tomorrow criticized something. I've been here for one hundred ten years. Doing it better than anybody else has been doing it okay, so you try to be at the top of your field for one hundred ten years and then come. There you go moment of the day. Enjoy your cloudy foggy Thursday. Yeah, that was supposed to be sunny. Day Rally according to live. Dot Com, what the hell's. At T. Mobile, you don't have to choose between a great network and the best prices we give you vote switch your family of three or more at and T., verizon t mobile essentials, and you'll save up to fifty percent off your current services. smartphones bring your current phone's t mobile, and we'll pay them off up to four hundred fifty dollars each visit, t mobile dot com to find out how to save up to fifty percent. To four hundred fifty dollars, the virtual prepaid card for eligible device payoff fifteen day savings may vary. See T. MOBILE DOT com.

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eps.052 - LIVE - HODLERs Are Insane?

Bitcoin Radio

1:05:02 hr | 11 months ago

eps.052 - LIVE - HODLERs Are Insane?

"You know sometimes I just wish I had ACDC don what's up bickering radio. It's your man Joe Blackburn and we are live here with Jim Scam Poli for the W. Z.. BITCOIN radio hour here on Tuesday night for most of us those of you in Europe. You're already experienced early morning if you're still with US hopefully you've had a few drinks and you can really enjoy it so anyways what's up. How's it going tonight? What it do? It must be Tuesday. bitcoins making everyone go crazy or scaring them away. So you know it's time for a little will live cast stem I wrong. That's right. No you're exactly right you know. I walked outside. Hoping there's a full moon to explain all the nuttiness and even my friends going nuts like they don't realize the things that they're saying and the implement implications that has on everybody else you know when you say things and your leader in the space whether you're in C. C.. T. or whether you're on twitter if you're say things that really like they really directs the narrative or at least the sentiment. I think there's a lot of responsibility falls on on on people with voices these days to really you know you don't have to lie. You don't have to pretend like everything's alright house. Fire the House on fire but the house isn't on fire so I don't know if you keep acting like it is kind of a crazy. Yeah I know it can almost be like a broken record around here but it's like you know I guess it would be you better. We'd be better off. Maybe if you know bitcoin just did the steady uptick instead of like jumping up till like Thirteen and then Kinda dropping down a seven like if it was just kind of naturally progressed to where it is now from where it was the beginning of the early in in the year ever will be psyched right now. Pretty bombed and not feeling it that kind of their their Their their cashed out there checked out the they don't want they don't want they don't WanNa talk well anyway but if you do if you do talk to them they're going to be pretty down. I guess it's all relative you know some people might it might just be because they bought in pretty high and that's always tough place to be. But what are you GONNA do. But let's not most people broke right. It's not like that's the majority of the people we know in Bitcoin. You you know. And that's I guess that's probably the most frustrating thing for me is that I'm dealing with folks that got in thousand two thousand five thousand bucks and you know it's like bitcoins dead and we're like Bitcoin isn't dead. Relax folks lives good. We're GONNA be okay and guess. What else the queen's GonNa be here tomorrow the next day and there's nobody who can get rid of it literally? Jim Think about that. Nobody can get rid of it. I mean if Congress wants to talk to Bitcoin or associate associate Komodo or are they going. I mean there's literally there's no CEO There's no employees. There's no customer. It's just a bunch of people who want to transact peer. It appears I. There's one thing I just saw right before We started streaming here one of these headlines. Here I guess S. according to rhythm trader that's a twitter at rhythm twitter trader there. The headline here is that Hodler's are insane Sixty four percent of bitcoin supplies not move since two thousand eighteen. So what do you think about that. The fact that people are holding like that. I don't know if the the context texts there is that you're insane because they didn't sell like when it was higher or even now if they bought low but isn't that kind of the the idea the ideas supposed to be holding. We're just we're supposed to tough it out here because we're onto a greener pastures okay. So that I mean I I I think it's a really relevant relevant. That's really needed question to ask and I'm appreciative. You asked Jim if you were to about bitcoin nine seven years ago and you never looked at it again. Are you happy today. Yeah yeah you gotta be right if you bought bitcoin a year ago just as you noted right and you close your computer and you didn't like the press bitcoin. Are you happy today. Yeah absolutely all right and and so these same people who are telling us that we're crazy. Probably like last month woke up and saw the light that bitcoin was probably going to go back down for a minute. And now we're the crazy ones and I don't have a lot of respect for people who come out and you know you're crazy dumb ass like give me a reason to believe Bitcoin isn't isn't GonNa go back up and if you think that you're going to catch every topper every bottom your immediate. There's a few of. You probably aren't listening to this show. But there's a few people in the crypto verse. I that are that good. I know one of them but I mean he is. He'll be the first person to say he can't catch every top or bottom. I refuse news to play this back and forth game with Bitcoin. You know the reason why we read it last Couple of days ago when we read the Hodler. You know why the Hodler had exists. Why it's called hotter and if you didn't listen to the last episode when When I had Jim read it out loud everybody it was well worth the It's well worth the time or or at least go read. Y Hoddle exists where the origins of Hoddle is. But you know that person. He's like I'm not part of the person who wins or loses. I'm literally holding already part of the market cap and I'm not changing it right and that's not crazy folks. That guy was back in two thousand thirteen. You you know I think twenty two thousand thirteen fourteen when he wrote that and everybody was calling him an idiot and crazy. And and you're you're you're insane for not selling or your say insane for not knowing that the top and he's like you know what I'm too drunk to care. I'm not that good of a trader. I'm just GonNa hold and of staying principle. It literally applies is to today. You just don't know what happens next. That's the only difference so I'm I'm very very confident when I say this that I believe Lee. Bitcoin is far from over. And it's got plenty of room to grow up in capital and a market cap. That's not the only reason why in Bitcoin. But but that's the reason why most people are and I'm okay with that you know You've got to have a pretty pleasant experience for this to literally like a appeal appeal to you for the long term. If you buy in at all it does forever is just go down well. Obviously it doesn't matter what bitcoins doing. If you're just losing money constantly I mean it doesn't make any sense financially but on the other hand you know if you are able to experience in maybe capitalize on some of the gains but see the long-term vision recognize that bitcoin every time someone buys and holds it guess what becomes more rare you know and you know McAfee. He often says this and he makes it sound so simple. But it's really it really he is that simple everytime holds there's less bitcoin available to buy and as as any market does rarity increases increases value. or at least perceived value and so the more rare is the more people are willing to spend on it. The more that people tend to foam. Oh now now. That's a human element. That's not a market element. That's what humans due to a market and charts are not you know alive charts or just representative lines that go up and down based on human behavior so and of course I'll slow down hearing kind of transition thought and get your perspective on what I'm saying here but Jim. It's as simple as the math problem that that John McAfee says. But it's also this. It's simple as every time that I sell bitcoin. I'm contributing into that To to that market going down and I know a lot of people who buy it they see go down fifty bucks and then they sell it because they're scared you're I I see a lot of people who go to Bit Mix or they go to by better one of the other exchanges that you can leverage and you know I sound like I've never participated in some capacity and levers trade but you know it doesn't help when you short bitcoin at one hundred x right like what are you doing. Do like relax now. Ultimately the way all supposedly control everything and so if the whales control everything they also want it to go back up so you got to pick and choose folks anyways. I'll stop by being so long winded. Jim I appreciate it. It's informative Because look like what it says here. You know roughly eighteen point. Zero eight million bitcoins have been mined point. Five eight million or sixty four percent of the supply. I has stayed in the same wallets since twenty eighteen. I I mean I guess since that more. That's more recent. Would I mean I. People people always talk about like the amount of Bitcoin that was just Kinda lost the ether Like whether it be what people lose their keys or whatever it happens around that is there a is there a general idea of what kind of percentage that is on like what was just Kinda gone. What's just Kinda gone? I I know it's around four million in Bitcoin. Okay I mean I. I say that I don't actually know. Everyone can only be guessed amid eh anyways. Even if someone's like really studying it I imagine all right and if there's anybody who is listening if you WANNA come on for five minutes have a chat with us. Give us some thoughts. I can send you a link you could hop on you can cover your camera if you just WanNa do your you know your voice. I'm okay with that Jim. I'm sure you are too Bida but going back to your question you asked about. You know how many bitcoin actually lost between three to four million supposedly. I don't I have not overly verified that I don't know if it's even possible but there's a lot of bitcoin that hasn't moved in a long time. But what I love the most Jim is. This is that there's a bunch of wallets like you can never truly empty your wallet out right like it's almost impossible to take all now some some do allow you to hit. You like send Max like an acquaintance. Let's do it etc but there's a lot of other wallets. What's that that you know you try to all your all your bitcoin like? Oh there's not enough money for your minor fees and they want to make sure that there's enough your pre to send it so they're not losing money. Whatever might be right? Well what's left in there even if it's like fifteen so she's okay. That's called dust the dust of a bitcoin transaction his action and that dust is going to continue to collect. And it's going to be in wallets like I mean just imagine filling the whole space up at some point. Ain't there's GonNa be like two to five million or million bitcoin's worth of just dust so I mean that's crazy the main that's not even projected it's guaranteed to happen. It's like we'd Resin exactly but you like you can't go get it out. You're just throwing Wahab tweet is wasted. Yeah I mean if you're if you've got a real scavenger out there they're going to try to scrape as much residence. They can together. Maybe they got an off week be kind of collective. Let's take the collective of everybody WHO's smoking weed out there. Jim Right yeah. I mean how many people are literally scraping the bottom of the barrel for throw it away. Oh no percents. Yeah exactly. That's a nice analogy way to put it but so that just stays days. There's nothing you can do about that. You don't have enough in there. You gotTA ABC Bitcoin End to send the rest out. Otherwise it's not worth it. I mean you're GonNa go sin ten cents somewhere. Yeah that's true. I've got actual accounts that probably have like a couple of bucks. I've just left. It meant right. I mean but the point is I have I I would venture to say hundreds if not you know salvo hundred wallets of some capacity That I've left Crypto in and I don't I don't remember how I mean we're not talking about left a thousand dollars we're talking about I've left you know between you know penny and and Ah five bucks in between there where it's not even like I'm not even thinking about it you know and unfortunately unfortunately for me. I'm not in a situation. I'm not saying that others don't have a reason to go and get. That should go and collect it. You know because I've got one hundred wallets with five bucks and that's five hundred bucks little bitcoin right so obviously I would want to consolidate but you're still GonNa Leave Dust Austin those wallets. You're still going to. It's impossible almost impossible to get all your bitcoin out. Just because the wallets account for the transaction fees that that. Make sure that you when you send. You're not hurting the network right so therefore you can't literally send all your bitcoin and less you're you're risking or the wall risks. You know you being able to to make them or make somebody else pay for it and that's not the idea you can't do that so and I don't. I'm not a Developer people as you know. I'm sure that there's something maybe it's even built into the bitcoin network. Jim I don't even know. Let your flight the resin at the bottom of a bowl of we'd you know when you scrape it out and you just dump it right. How much is wasted? Because you're too lazy or it's just impossible to get the rest out right. Yeah Yep and so as that continues as the build it just in transactions alone you are losing out on a small small small small piece you know but just like the guys in office space right. What are the guys in office space? Do they took like sent. Off of like every transaction there was like hundreds of thousands if not millions of transactions and they made a little oh but of money beat up their computer which is also one guy the red state bore guy. They beat up the printer or whatever. PC's a letter with a fucking exactly just met the guy the red state dudes who was actually felt like laundering. The money out of with the money. He ended up Well Yeah because I just one other thing on this article that we're talking about here because it does say that I mean besides them saying like hot. Hodler's of last resort are insane because they're saying that according to the data the amount of dormant as a percentage of the total supply has sharply increased in recent years the trend has remained intact during both bull markets and bear markets signalling the desire among investors to save rather than spend regardless of profitability. But like. That's kind of good news. Isn't it like that. That's just saying that a lot of people kind of understand. I have faith in Bitcoin and they're not just about the day trade or the You know sell and low by the endless They kind of believe in it so I guess even something right now where people are Kinda down because the price is dropping. You're kind of going sideways. It means that there's kind of a light at the end of the tunnel. I'd say the majority yeah. Bitcoin doesn't move right. Yeah coin based says a really good job for people who are not if your money's in coin base of your bitcoins in coin base. I'm not going to get into right or wrong. Smarter Dumb but you're more than likely a really casual very casual. BITCOIN owner right. Somebody somebody who may be either took a chance. Hey may look. I'll put twenty five hundred dollars or I'll put two hundred fifty dollars and we'll see where it may be one day's worth you know three thousand bucks who knows or you're somebody who literally you know just likes. Bitcoin knows the idea. There's very little that you can do with your coin based bitcoin right. There's just little you're just so limited and also us every transaction you make is taxable taxable event right. So you're putting yourself at risk to having a lot of potential tax or maybe you know you need some some tax deductions but but because of the nature Quin base which is the largest. You know Wallet in the United States and at least I mean not that you can actually know that right but the the largest legitimized and acknowledge wallet of all United States holders. It it makes. It should make you feel really confident. Battle continues to get bigger their stash now that that actually that number that I saw a year ago may have changed. Maybe it's cracking now. I don't know Polos even a US company opening anymore. But I mean whoever it is obviously coin base has a huge influence in how people are holding their bitcoin and the majority of its uncle. In my opinion I don't have the exact numbers of running. Jim Let me tell you yeah. Coin base and I'll stand by every I don't care what their fees are. I don't care how much Cossio Detroit it's not a trading platform. It's a hot rolling platform and the more people that are huddling bitcoin. It only requires a little bit of interest can make it very hard to get some now right now. Interest is declining on a momentary basis. Right prisoner of the moment. That's best crypto in general all. Oh I've been seeing for the last month and a half. Is everybody using the term prisoner of the moment. Now obviously this has been around for a long time but it feels like it's like the cool thing to say on news on on sports right now. I mean someone called me a prisoner moment when I was talking about Luke don-shik playing great basketball by the way he had thirty points in the end of the third quarter today which I thought was insane. We're talking smack to me that Lucas. Not One of the future greats anyways. That's irrelevant but to the point of being a prisoner of the moment crypto currency not holders and crypto currency traders are different types of people and traders literally are prisoners of the moment at all times. And an Hodler's trays can say what they want. They just want everybody to think that the price is going down so they can short it so they can make money off a you selling and then they can buy it at the bottom and they can take advantage of your dumb ass selling all your bitcoin just like the hot. Oh Man said you're not GonNa get me. I don't care if I've missed the top and I'm not not going to worry about catching them on him because I'm already part of the capital market cap and I ain't going nowhere folks and that's how I feel and if you feel differently. Hey it's your prerogative but you know what. You're the idiot for not believing in Bitcoin. Because all it's ever done is prove us right. And prove you wrong skeptic asshole in the end that fire going again that getting that getting that fire lit now do I sound. Do I sound like I'm telling you the truth like you believe. Believe me when I say that. Yeah absolutely I mean I mean like I mean I'm I'm again a lot of the opinions and we're talking about price and we're not talking about the reason why Bitcoin Queen exists. But that's okay that's the majority of reasons why people exist in the space though. I mean especially right now like as far as discussion wise. I mean something like this this like I the reason why I wanted to talk a little bit about this article is because I it surprised me because everything's perception obviously right and and obviously we like seeing what people talk about online. Even though a lot of those are more of the loudest people they Kinda it proves that they represent the minority because most of the poster Sir most of the discussions or people sharing their graphs. And you know you're there. Yeah there charts INS. I look for the record. You know a a gym I love it. You said because you're not wrong like what you say it says you're perceived explanation of what's going on. You're you're awesome personalities. While I like doing these shows shows with you but you bring that that genuine honest question that people are afraid to ask and I applaud you for just your balls because obviously I don't know how big they are 'cause I've never seen them but and I don't intend on on seeing them either but you're but you are a A genuine honest bitcoin order whose brand very new to the space. And you've just been doing radio in and talk shows for the last decade. If now longer and so I enjoy having your presence on here but in in your fun to talk to thank you yes yeah cool to Jim. Thanks yeah so it just tough because you know that's what it feels like. Everyone's talking about I mean I guess even when things are up that's all everyone wants to talk about to at least as far as In in the public discourse it's all price price price charts you know. Where do you think it's goal? No and I think it's going to the moon. I think it's I think we're back to twenty five hundred so you know people do want to hear about it but it is interesting just if you're breaking breaking down some of the numbers that most people are kind of ignoring that because they've already made up their mind they're in it. They're not they're in it for the long haul enough for the short short gain. I look and I don't WanNA compare Bitcoin to like NBA or Major League Baseball trading cards right. But I'm going to use this the perception at least most people who've made a lot of money off baseball cards. How did they make that money? Like let's just be generic like I don't want to like pretend mike either. One of us are experts in that industry. But you know if we're not talking about the person who made it a business we're not talking about the person who created business around baseball cards but did if you are baseball baseball. There's a lot of people who made a lot of money off baseball cards for the record You know like people can bash on her call Dorky. Whatever there are millionaires who have been made off a baseball carts? And it's a it's a niche. It's not going to encompass a whole bunch of people it's maybe a million people in the entire you know. Maybe there's three million people collecting. I don't know I don't even want to guess on that number because I'm not I'm not that into it yet. But how do you think those people who got rich off of owning baseball cards got rich. Just kinda minding their own business and collecting their stuff and then what they probably at some point either forgot about it yes or for they were just alter collectors who had just unlimited UNDIS- like disposable cash that they could just like you know and they could have for fun but more than likely you you were. Fourteen years old backward Mickey Mantle was playing you know by the Nineteen eight thousand nine hundred ninety s rolling around peak of the industry where everybody all of a sudden Sunday. Call the junk wax era right and that's because it was so over like overly done. They're printing Ken. griffey junior cards that were in nineteen thousand nine hundred eighty nine cards they were still printing them and nineteen ninety-one. You didn't know that right because you thought they were GonNa be where you had like. Super Genius is going out buying two hundred Arkin griffey junior cards in nineteen eighty nine thinking. They're they're GONNA be worth two hundred thousand dollars one day because he thought that they were gonNA be rare. Here's thing the person who was buying you know the Mickey mantles also just collecting them. Just 'cause you enjoyed it you know using their disposable income whether you're twelve or whether you're twenty-five or whether you're fifty you know by the time they were worth a lot of money you were you didn't buy the day before and become rich. The next day Mickey Mantle had long been you know retired. Mickey Mantle was done nineteen fifty nine. I think McMahon was one of the most popular or not popular but one of the most expensive baseball cards out there. But you literally at some point probably just forgot about it and then either you for your son or daughter found them in the attic and like Holy Shit. I've got some damn baseball cards from thirty years ago. That might be worth something. Sure enough you're Mickey Mantle Nineteen fifty-nine Ribs Card because they through half of them away in the in the Atlantic Ocean because the business was so bad literally the guy just threw half of them in the Atlantic Ocean. The the Guy Mr Tops. You know that cards worth a million dollars right. Maybe you had six of them and all of a sudden now. I'm not using that to say that bitcoins baseball baseball cards. But I am saying though is nobody got rich. who wasn't scamming or running a business? Nobody got rich overnight in in Crypto. Unless you're really lucky and of course there's that baseball card collector that walked into the you know. The antique shop bought a box of cards. Who did find that Mickey Mantle did get rich overnight? But that's not that's not the the ordinary way this happens and it's the same thing and at least concept with what Bitcoin is if you believe in Bitcoin minded going down because you can by some more. You just don't or like back to the Mickey Mantel thing you're the Like Scam Artists Guy. That's like wandering through an old ladies garage garage sale. And you're like WHOA. You spot the car like I mean I guess I'll give you like five bucks for it or something like that. It's like okay. These old old things give me a dollar. You can have them but the great thing about using that analogy because it's the same thing that happened with like comic comic books or even like Star Wars toys but the problem with those things is then at the time obviously no one knew they. They're gonNA have any value. You know the like you said. They're the tossing them in the ocean. Because they're like our businesses is Bullshit or there are the kids putting them in their. We're bike spokes. Because you know like this is just a stupid car. This isn't going to be anything but then you know you get to the nineties or late. Eighties early nineties. When people realize realize some of these things were valuable comic books baseball cards stuff like that then people fled the fucking market with bullshit you buy you buy your like gold plated card? That's is limited edition and You keep it in the plastic or whatever but something like bitcoin. It's like the opposite because I mean I guess you can maybe count shit coins lanes as like the version of the access right. Yeah but the but the other side of that is like I mean especially coming from a newer perspective. They have like people. Don't understand that there's a limit on people understand. P people know because they hear it they hear about it in the news they see the headlines when the price goes up and people start talking about it but people don't understand that there's a limited go and printing griffey junior cards for two more years afterwards impossible so it really will like if you're at least at this point if you're someone who's you know buying some here and there you're sure well ahead of the curve so don't try to get too stressed out on the price dropping because you're a few steps ahead I mean I even consider myself fairly new to the space a few steps ahead from the majority of people I completely agree. Now look and just to kind of go back to this baseball analogy analogy which I I really. Don't WanNa compare the complacency of a baseball card industry to how serious and how big of a deal bitcoin is because bitcoin is is a revolutionary pollution-free idea for people to transact baseball cards are a hobby. That don't matter right like this is a disposable hobby if you're doing it for living you're either a really bad ass. Businessman has been able to kind of put a lot of money up front because he made some money. Or maybe you just traded your way up to the top. I Dunno Gary v Your check what am I. Oh You know my Entrepreneur Heroes He's a huge car collector and always has been but he took a break after the junk wax era in the ninety s kind of got to to him like a lot of people did including myself. I was collecting a kid. You know stop doing it it just I got I got older so it seemed like it was kind of too old but guess what today even even through that decade of like just trash the baseball and basketball court industry is the strongest. And the most expensive that it's ever been and all was that I just that's interesting because I wouldn't even think that at all because I haven't thought about this. I was a kid exactly. Yeah and we're not talking about and this is what he was saying. I listened to one of his unreasonable today. Because I I've recently kind of got back. My brother's been cloaked in court spurs pretty much entire life. If I've always kind of like you know pointed out and be like how's your baseball cards bro. You know. And then he's like bitcoin business. Doing Bro brought to man the come up as one of the reasons why I bring up this analogy is because he I mean it makes a lot of sense to me. Is that you know Jim I look at. We're the baseball and basketball card industry as in you see these new kids hopping into it and Gary V was was saying this he goes if you look at the sneaker culture right. These kids are bind find sneakers and they're flipping and what's the one problem with entrepreneur. Kids that want the world and they're so hungry they're so motivated but it's supply why they literally cannot get enough for that matter and so he's been talking about how he thinks. That culture is going to bleed into sports card collecting because there's so many similarities differences. You can't wear them well. Guess what most of these kids aren't wearing those damn sneakers anyways collecting them because they're collectible like beanie babies right and at some point you know somebody is going to forget about a pair Jordan's and they're going to wake up and forty years not even realizing they had it you know no and they're going to be like man. I got cleaned house. Their grandkids are gonNA walk and be like Holy Shit. GRANDPA you've got a million and a half dollars pair of Jordan forty nine. It's like what are you kidding. Me Shut up kid. Can I have them GRANDPA. He's like you can have them and you know kids get rich. But that's what's going to happen with Bitcoin. Those of you who cannot put up with this decade of you know of this quote unquote decade of like just trash that came with ICO period. And this is what I'll call the junk wax period it's going to overcome and guess what like I said just like in Basketball Baseball football cards. It's never been stronger than it to this day. Even going through that trash period of cards I mean like literally millions upon millions of cards created during an era where people thought that they were rare. Because that's what it used to be like. Well guess what what does that sound like. ICO's just like you said. Jump anyways. I hope this isn't boring. I feel like I'm making sense this to me but I don't actually make sense. I think it makes complete sense and like you said I mean. Obviously there's a lot more upside a lot more importance like you were just saying about something like bitcoin. But I think it's a nice easy way to break it down and I see in the Chad Baz. I hope that that's the case. My first generation transformers dude ask. Has You know what those are worth right now. You Might Wanna go on Ebay Bro. You probably need you probably literally just. You're listening as you just probably made a bunch of money you go look at those first generation transplant still in the package. Dude yeah keep them in Mint Mint on card dude But Yeah Yeah. I think it's kind of a nice way to kind of break. It down a little bit especially just like we're talking now. People are pretty. They're pretty bummed or you know. They got added they seasonal depression and then bitcoin price and helping them They looking at their charts. People are drawn dinosaurs on them or smiley faces. Because they've given up but don't give up you might have you might have Mickey Mantle Rookie Card in there right now. So I mean you've been you've been in the game for a bit You You know if you fall victim to this time staring at the numbers or or what do you do you. Just forget about it it. It depends right because I was able to leave my job at a certain point and I and I went into At one point gem I thought I was going to be rich forever right and then quickly I was reminded by reality that anything. That's too good to be true often is and you know what had I just stated data bitcoin and Bitcoin. Maybe a little a theory Quinn the power coins as I say had I not got greedy and got into a bunch of shit coins that that literally at one sense are down ninety something percent from its original point of entry Yeah you you can get caught up looking shorts but my more. I'm more of like what if right now right. I'm not as in like go up I mean most and I'm sure many have you watching and I mean you had many discussions bads Basil's watching Chelsea. I'm sure you can relate to this although you're more restrained than your holder I I do know that But it is and I have spoken about or so far down so many of our coins like it's not even were selling you know I mean if I had a thousand dollars coin and it's Worth Sixteen Bucks a gym and now no I'm not even selling it. That goes up double from where it's at right. I mean I might as well just forget about it. Just think of that money. Money is gone and then but at the very least if it's in the back of mind somewhere maybe it'll come back. It's let me tell you there's going to be a Mickey Mantle Rookie Nineteen fifty-nine rookie card in one of those all coins. Yeah Mark My effing words right now. You know. There's a Mickey Mantle Card in one of those coins and and it might sound crazy. There's no way that anybody ever could conceive there'd be a Mickey Mantle Rookie Card like you said there's probably how many there's probably more Mickey Mantle Baseball. Oh cards used to make noise and kids spokes of there are bike. Like you like Like you put out there. Then there are in existence today right because nobody ever took them effing seriously back then. There was no reason to nobody realized that they would be. Actually you know worth and I and I hate to kind of `co- don't bring it back to these baseball cards things but I just want people to really realise that markets are driven by perception. And tell me why a Baseball L. Card is worth any different with Mickey Mantle. Space or mine on it Jim. What's the difference honestly? I rarely it just it just is because same a piece of paper up right. It's the same type of ink. The only difference is it's Joe or Mickey Mantle. The Jones worth more my opinion. Thank you sir. If we spread that perception in that becomes the more valuable than Mickey Mantle. Rookie I see what you're saying. My Hi friend right. Jim and I think that's a really great point. Is You know all of a sudden you know if Joe Blackburn is what Joe Blackburn's running for president all of a sudden his two thousand. Nineteen you know rookie card for radio show host all of a sudden it might be worth something you know and it's just just perceived rarity and collectability right and so It's it's really bad you Joe Biden. Rookie Guard look if you gotTA top DOT COM. You can literally make your own baseball cards. I'm doing that for Christmas of some folks by the way Alaron great idea a great gift idea. Hey Fred Krueger says not sure if the baseball card analogy works are you Mickey Mantle. My maximum are you Babe Ruth Cards Shit Cards. I mean look I agree for it. And that's kind of the point is out as actually comparing the market. In general to like how baseball cards even went through that tumultuous she was period and and now today. They're stronger than they've ever been ever in the history of collecting Cards in any capacity. So I just think that's a it's it's a really relevant bent point where even in the worst times where nobody thought it could ever recover. It's literally a decade after the WAX era and we're in the epitome of what the markets ever been which probably means that there's a downfall coming to plus you WanNa get that card What's I don't know if this is an urban myth or whatever? It wasn't mayor card where a guy had a curse word written on the bottom was bad or something like that if not at our meth. Fuck face and it's on. The bottom of Bill ripken which is cal. How ripken's brothers I think it's I don't know if it's a rookie card or not. But it literally says F. Face on the bottom of the bat handle. He's got the handle. He knows what he's doing right this baseball these twenty-three-year-old twenty two year old baseball player right. He's got on his shoulder like this whole is up and you just holding it and it says F. Eight and then later on found it and they blotted them out with a black box because this is before the days you could just you know go in there and Light Room and and Photoshop at so they put a black box over it so the fuck face Bat Handle Card is actually still probably worth five hundred thousand dollars in that condition. Yeah because what just got out. And then they stopped. Production like edited Eh. Whatever yes fact that Evan? Press that you either pretending like you don't know what you're talking about and you're just asking this question and a little bit. I know I know a little bit about a lot of things to do. That's what happens when you have your own talk. Show for ten years of all trades master of non. I guess you've kind of master talking about things thank you thank you would we say. I don't like to pat myself on the back. So yeah yeah I would say so. Let me ask you a question now. Yes of all the things that we've talked about. If you listen to this podcast tomorrow you know and you and you you know if you really. Let's say you don't even know who we are right. BITCOIN radio or Jeff Blackburn gyms gambling and you listen to this just based off our conversation and putting yourself like outside of the conversation. Do you think this analogy makes it more simple for people to understand Jim or are we taking away. The credibility Bitcoin by me referencing baseball cards. Honestly no I'm sure to someone who's like big into the technical side and Or you know a little bit more more of an expert. It does sound pedestrian or something like that. I'm Fred Krueger. Who's watching right now? The founder of links chain which is completely fine. I get that but we're we're we are just trying to obviously. It's not a one to one but I think for a lot of people out there I It just puts it a little bit more. It's more about putting it in perspective than to saying like like it easier baseball cards go buy bitcoin It's just talking about out some of the potential upsides and some of the things that can happen especially looking at it from Like I was saying before there are a lot of things that are. It seemed like common knowledge to people in the space that normies don't get as far as no corners. Yeah the as I recall corners corners. There's just a lot of things that day talking. Knocking are so I think it just helps and again you know we're in it's not I don't I think the community is completely down. But you know people aren't as excited right now just because things are either on downturn or or stagnant so I agreed so actually you know the conference of Miami's coming up and January And that's like the start of the New Year really starts now because anybody going probably probably already knows they're going to Miami. I was Messaging Molin the other day I was talking to the Joe. com Bag crypto. He's going he's getting booked a flight to today to to Miami and You know I don't know if Miami's going I mean two years ago Jim. Miami North American. BITCOIN conference January first. Two thousand eighteen was literally in the most intense craziest stupidest. Lambeau moon boy conference. I've ever seen in the best way possible possible not to mention that the actual conference was sponsored by Dash who through the official North American Conference party at a Strip club. Like how much more Dude Lambo Moon. Boy Can you get now. I did attend. I was very aware that this was probably not the best public relation. Pr Move for the the event. I recognize that as as naive. You've as these people were to that fact because I don't think they did it to offend. Anybody definitely isolated the audience right to say the least. Now that was the way crypto was for the two years leading up to that huge Boron because keep mine as North American bickering coffers offers rolled around beginning of January eighteen. We had yet to feel what was then to be the thirty five hundred dollar drop right. Yeah and I look at that entire North American bitcoin conference kind of signified for Crypto. Was it's a bunch of people who had no idea idea what was gonNA come next. It was outrageous and I was living in fantasy land myself. I just quit my job in November a month before four. I just recently said you know what I made a lot of money. I can quit my job Joe Fam. I'm unemployed I'm retired hired. You know I mean it was kind of cool to tell people that at Thanksgiving for about two months but nevertheless that went on that went down and that signified the beginning of the end in my opinion obviously it was already in motion for all this to collapse but it signified that moment for for me that I realized shortly after not sustainable like this is not the group of people. You want building blockchain right right now and what has happened is that we you know we regressed. We became a shell of what we thought we were but really all we were was what was less. That's literally what we actually were. We got rid of all this fake you know. WanNa be moon boy. Lambeau I made five hundred grand. I can you okay. Go pretend like I'm super rich like whatever I mean. You can't live off a half a million dollars for the rest of Your Life at twenty four years old. Sorry Bro you know I know it feels like a lot of money. They just fresh out of college but Bro. That ain't a lot of money you know. I think now the projected amount of money you have to have saved to retire retire comfortably at the middle to upper middle class us. Six point two million dollars at the age of sixty two or so. That's insane the things like a lot of money because just fifty years ago Jim. That number was like nine hundred k. Hey you know now that number one tell you inflation's mother whatever and number to let you know that if you have five hundred thousand dollars in Crypto you shouldn't retire right. Ah I'm still bussing is trying to figure out that moment but but fortunately it's still working out at the moment and and we're going to continue to do such but Going back that's north. Megabit went conference. I'm really looking forward to seeing what this year is going to sound. Like what it's GonNa look like compared to last year which was not that great and then because that was right in the middle of thirty five hundred bitcoin mine and and all honestly people were calling eighteen hundred dollars bitcoin the same way. They're calling five thousand dollars right now. Slow Oh you real quick. So last year wasn't the Lambeau Strip clubs those the year one January two thousand eighteen. Okay not this year. January nineteen January twenty. Nine thousand nine. was that more like a funeral. Procession then was like everyone sad and dour or what was had a great time last year. I I had an incredible time last year. Now that being said I had a half of CCT hanging out with me right so was not the love right not half see st but the main the main corker France I'm pretty sure Basil's there. I don't know Jason made it. Maybe not I know he was at w VC last year. But I don't think you've made it the Miami but you know Donna. Martin's made his first appearance. Being ben showed up you know we at the point at that point we were still trying to build up a website which again we may address later on but you know what we unwanted with website was actually behind the market. Even though my idea was in front of it I couldn't get into implementation until after it was already passed and the hardest thing I ever do was like this is not work anymore but nevertheless going into north megabit offers this year. I feel like we're already passed through all that negativity. Jim You know the reset button has been hit so if we if we come back a little bit right I'm okay. I'm okay with it. It's not a bad thing to hit the reset button now. Jim I'm GonNa ask you a question. You're new to the space. You can't really see Ziegler new anymore. Because one month crypto we say is like six to twelve months. Okay but you're you're still because it's still not your priority. You have a regular job you you bust your ass every Friday. You Have Jim in them if you're not subscribed to Jim in them. I suggest that you are because it's an amazing show. I'm a huge fan. I've yet to be on the show and I'm going to bring that up every time we go live one day I'll get invited but look no pressure not a request to be on your show. I'm just saying I haven't been invited. Just that's just a fact. I'm not bitter about it or anything but but regardless you are somebody who who has a very a clean outlook and a really clean perspective of this so if you if you are you're not you're not day trading are you know. Have you even attempted it Now I mean I've I've 'cause most of if I've gotten bitcoins because it was sent to me and a lot of it since it is like a payment. I usually cashed out. I do keep a little bit in there and got a little stash. Yeah I get a little stash and I think like I. It was probably good timing for me because when in July was like when I first got a little bit and that's when things was going up so then I started thinking like. Oh maybe they're gonNA start putting my own money like what are they gonNA do here. But then it just started dropping. I was like okay. I'm not GonNa do that right now. peace out folks on that later. I'll just edit the podcast little. You know you were actually on the podcast now. Yeah so I mean so from from there yeah just got a little stash and yeah. I'd take a peek. See were at. How often would you say you're actually looking at the price? I mean a lot less now. I mean throughout Out these yeah. Yeah throughout like August through September and October is probably at the very least once a day. It's like maybe every few days take a look at it. See what's doing yep okay. So I'm asking you this for a reason. Obviously in that is. Are you surprised when you're down a little bit not anymore. Initially it was. I was very surprised. Yeah I was like Oh but then. How long do you think that time period took for you to be like? Oh Shit it's down to like okay. I'll wait till tomorrow Probably it's still probably took a couple of weeks but this is again. This is a couple of weeks. That's it yeah but but this is me talking like it's not like I have a lot of personal stake. I could imagine that if I was buying to trade or you know seeing it going ups on putting in thinking it's GonNa keep going up. I could see that being a little bit more stressful and probably keeping more of an eye on it but it was more money that I was just like okay. I'm just GONNA keep that in and see what what happens with it. Sure sure at any point you look at the price at now and say man. I should put an extra twenty five bucks. I is definitely think about it. I haven't really done that yet just between just doing some ketchup stuff holiday. At Christmas we talked a little bit last week. About how import Christmases tea tea. And giving and making sure that you you do your part and that makes complete sense by the way But the reason why I'm I'm structuring. This is I don't think you're that dissimilar to everybody else. In crypto as has a majority at least right your perspective is probably very similar to how a lot of people have viewed this for the last few years that that is. If I have an extra twenty five dollars putting in gem the first bitcoin I ever bottles for a thousand dollars I pay pal at somebody thousand bucks. They sit me this bitcoin. I had no clue how to use this wallet. What I don't even know how I was able to give a address like I did not comprehend this back in two thousand thirteen? Not Twenty seventeen where I could find somebody that I knew who could at least instruct me or watch a youtube video on it. There was nothing I mean. You're lucky using completely scammed like someone just send you an email with a long number and they're like here's your bitcoin and Bitcoin. Now I know never talk to me again Christie. Email I to this day. I'd probably be like I got got a bitcoin somewhere. I don't know where it's at but it's somewhere rather no but literally. Yeah you're right but that's how beautiful the space was back then. It was scared. I don't WanNA see scammer free but people wanted a good reputation for the space and you know just by communicating with people online and I was introduced to this dude by somebody else who was just as dumb as me about crypto and Bitcoin of time but he was like hey dude. This guy's always taking care of me. He's GonNa Take Care of you. I don't even know who the hell he is. I got a lot to thank him for. That's for damn sure but immediately afterwards within a few months jam guess what my thousand dollars was two hundred and fifty bucks you know and I didn't have a lot of money back back then. I dollars was my entire savings account like I was that guy like. Hey don't risk more than you can. I was like what I didn't. Would you say. Here's a thousand bucks. That's my entire savings account. Make me rich because it just gone up to a thousand dollars right so I watched it and I was like shit you know I just got out of the army. I barely knew what I was going to do next and I was like man. What do I do now right? What do I do now Jim? I can't cash it out because then my wife's going to know but I lost seven hundred and fifty bucks which is in our tire savings account or you know I can just continue to add to it and hope that it goes back up enough where I can get even cash-back out and back then Jim all I wanted was bitcoin to get back to like six hundred dollars. Because that's what I bought into enough where I would be even and surely Jim. If it had hit a thousand dollars it would at least two hundred just based on the fact that people think it will. Oh go back up to six hundred thousand right little. Did I know that by the time it got six hundred dollars I was already up right. I was already up and and then I had three four five six four nine and a half. Bitcoin and Bitcoin was twelve hundred dollars. Yeah and what I do I bought pop more and then guess what it did. It went down to eight hundred bucks again like I didn't learn my lesson the first time or did I did. I actually learn my lesson the first time knowing that no matter what the price is today it's relative to what it's going to be in five years from now and so maybe i. I did learn my lesson chip and maybe to this day. I've still learned that lesson where it's not too good to be true. It's an honest real perfectly upfront situation. With what bitcoins doing. And I think it's so important for people to realize you don't always have to live learn hard lessons sometimes. Your lessons can suck immediately but they are really really really beneficial and the years come and that goes for every hard investment you can make land gold at bitcoin magic. It's magic it's real life magic when you think about it. Yeah and those who are concerned every day who are daytrippers. That's irrelevant to me. I will go and day trade when I need one hundred bucks to buy some beer or a nice bottle liquor. Yeah I'll go in there and play around but I consider that gambling casino money money. I'm not that great of a traitor. I am fantastic holder. You will find few in the whole land better than I and the land of older and the Land Hodler Hot Oberg. I was reading a little bit of this Comment from Fred who he he's? He's referenced Tom Lee Before I. I'm not familiar in any given you the vast majority of gains and bitcoin price coming just the ten biggest trading days the According to this rule during the last bull market twenty seventeen price Rosen. Incredible eleven hundred thirty six percent in ten days in those ten days but even during the bear markets twenty eighteen the best ten days on overall gain of sixty six percent over exclude. Those days it tells a different story most years since two thousand thirteen those days have seen mainly quite considerable losses. But then again it's like it's all about those ten days then so it's not really. I mean it's still kind of agreement. You're saying it's just more about. It's not like this. Get Rich quick scheme some headlines and Click Bait will allow you to believe. And here's the problem and first off right great great post. Thank you for writing that out and explaining that. I think that's a really really relevant topic to have its own conversation about and here's the thing. Here's here's what we're all fortunate to do is Fred has promised me that he's GonNa come on Bitcoin radio very soon and maybe as soon as this week. So Fried I. I did see that you message me. I have not responded to you and I will But but me in federal have this conversation Jimmy V. Onto because I think you'll have a lot of honest questions for him but it goes to show that bitcoin its survival is not the question. It's how much money am I gonNA make. That's the question that everybody is really asking when they're talking about bitcoin. Going to die or not right so you know who is really a fall here. Is it the people who are Bitcoin who wanted to go up. Are they bat. Are they wrong for talking about it. Like it's GonNa keep going up. No they're not. They believe that I mean if they're honest if they're not being shady about things And they mean and they mean Things honestly when they say them to you You know intense everything But reality is reality. And the if you're a bear which most of my friends are bears because most of them are traitors because that's how they've had to survive this space you know it it. It sucks Kahad Lert. Because you'RE GONNA lose until you win and that's why if you watch how I pose when Bitcoin goes up from seven Thousand Dollars Hits Eleven K and you hear me San Ha ha. You're the idiot. I hope you were short. I hope you got wrecked to. Actually I don't really hope that for anybody whether you're short. That's not my goal here but when I get really excited I'm like bom is because everybody thought it was going to keep going down and they don't realize the gains come and they come quickly and the same way that that frejus referenced. We saw that we saw a what was a four hundred percent gain in one calendar. Are we going to be one day at one point of just a month ago go or so and I mean it is what it is by the way E cannot time. That's a great point is if you think you know you're the idiot if you think you know or or potentially you're the whale either way You still might get wrecked but I read all the charts. Don't lie so I don't know people say they can time it. Okay well Mr Charleston lie. You said if you're if you are that person you're not worried about trading anymore. You know what you're doing you're drinking your Bahama drink on the shores of some Caribbean beautiful country looking out at the sea. Not Worried about your computer. Not Worry about nothing. You just stack in sats and Drinking Bahamas. Because that's all I'd be doing the office space again. The guy at the red stapler the ended the most what what a what a superstar Bro. The most unsuspecting the guy who didn't even have a job he literally just like my in my paycheck still getting treated like shit even on the island at the end so it goes but if you think about it he obviously had a plan yes yeah he had a plan and so the most the more unsuspecting. Here's the do's probably like really freaking cool in real life right but the dumber he looks to everybody the more you take advantage of them and their strengthened. That underestimate him. Hey Fred I don't know Tom Lee personally. I would love to have him. If you have a connection with them. I would love to so feel free to reach out in on behalf of mayor. Connect me And that goes for anybody else who has an awesome person. Who needs to be on the show me? Jim Are always looking forward to to having a great gas in. This eventually is going to be a Colin show. Like where we're going to have thirty minutes where you have five minutes on the Mike and Whoever's watching is able to be like Yo Joe Jim your idiots. This is what we think. This is what I take. Hey Joe take your shirt off. No well why not. Oh because I'm I'm not taking. Why shirt off right? I don't know why I'm having a conversation myself at this point putting on chapstick says the second thing you into is. They're always going to be like Joe. Take your shirt off. Because I'm always like no please giant claim here. Our you want me to take my shirt off and for the record. I'm not the type of guy that actually I want to take your shirt off if that's what it appears as it's been a minute since I been gem so people always requesting it though Baz says is. Is this how the show works. Both of you co hosting that is correct on the live cast. Jim was on last The last podcast I was onto but I would like to think that in the future this is going to be alive morning. Show midday show whatever ends up being and And that means they will be hosting it kind of like a morning show or I. I'm referencing a the morning show kind of personality with WHO knows maybe Baz. We'll have you on at some point soon again. Thank you thank you look you. That's your that's that's another. You're starting to become famous gem again never net is all part of the plan. uh-huh okay let me ask you a question. Yes a year from now. Yeah if we blow up what if we are like like Handing out awards like as a tandem comedy tandem on some major some major stage for crypto awards. Yeah we'll do like who's on first bit. WHO's on first BITCOIN? So just like if we get that famous at some point. I'm GonNa make sure Jimmy Fallon. Lynn walks out as me is Jesus. We can't get through an episode without talking about how hold on hold on. This is actually my fault. I've got us on the close ups tonight right. Jimmy Fallon has like this go. Jimmy Fallon is hanging out with Jim Scam Bowling. I am so proud every time. Am I get to see how cool I don't know. Jim is a humongous humongous. Jimmy Fallon Fan like now. I explain this every time there's layers to me. If I have them as my background it means that I don't like I know I'm complicated. What can I say? I just don't believe believe you goof is that he's the worst that's always the background. I like a shirt. What is your shirt saying? It's like normal guy and then it's like please hausners Hausner. I'll I'll give you a beer. Have you ever seen the movie. Shaun of the dead. I have yes. Is that Sean on the far you're right. My left seen the movie hot fuzz. Of course arse and the the movie world's end I have not those three movies are the Coronado trilogy and that's each which flavor of the Coronado. There's the red flavor of the Blue Flavor and the green flavor. They're all so I'm assuming my my left. Your right is that's GonNa be Shaun of the dead and and then hot fries in the middle and obviously the police and then What's world's ends the world's end? Yeah that's he's holding a pint because the world's end the movie story storyline it falls pub crawl fair enough all right. Well I know we are on. I know people have seen them or not but check them out. Simon Pegg the Coronado trilogy. No I mean I have seen hot fuzz and Shaun of the dead were shot of the dice hilarious. I mean I've only seen probably like fifty times because it came on. Hbo For Awhile. or or wherever was and I just turn on fall asleep too so I've seen probably parts of it but I know the entire movie what's up Jordan. Welcome to the show where we are just signing off off Fred. Thanks for your participation. I can't wait to have you actually on the show Baz as always dude. I'm grateful for not just your friendship but also your influence on my crypto experience in life And everybody else said Chelsea was watching one of the newest mods the appreciate it probably feels like. It's her duty to be watching when you don't have to but I appreciate you actually watching for those other twelve people that are watching at the moment as we as we wind it down Feel free to make sure you make comments comments and let us you're watching so Baz with Joe Black Rookie Card again. I appreciate that Jim what we miss van. I think we covered it. There's one thing I wanted to hit on that I I do right now on my show. Jimmy Dot Com. We running toy drive where we try to get tots. TURNT turnt turned up. We're trying to make things. Not Yeah you know you do toys for tots we talked we make sure. You're not insinuating adding that that like the turnt that mean you might get on. Bourbon Street is okay. Yeah just making sure your vegas boy now from Boston. I mean that's kind of a weird mix so you just never know just getting the taunts turn for the holidays so we are accepting donations. This is on the up and up. We've done it the past four years years. I've pictures and stuff pictures on my side of us. We go and buy a bunch of toys. We donate 'em to underprivileged kids so if that's something you think is cool even a buck or something helps. It's much appreciated absolutely Jordan just because I thought of this joke. Wait that's what she said your shirt. You'RE GONNA leave it at that a joke us now. He's doing it at home. I got something real to say. I guess the real say obviously Jim. I'm very Fond of you as a friend and as a CO host and so I definitely want tot start to be a success. Do you bickering now. Not Currently Elaine. I gotta get that fixed okay. So that was the wrong answer by the way. So when you get to the podcast tomorrow edit that part out and maybe you could just record yourself saying I'll have that Address for you next week yet would be more appropriate answer. Yeah we'll have that set up next week okay. Cool all right so as we as we bleed into the end of the month as Christmas ms comes it comes out. That's probably a weird way to say that Christmas is coming as we bleed into the end of the month but You know there's obviously a lot of different things that you can do. Jim has a few experiences. May We'll talk about that. You know on the next podcast next live cast. Maybe we'll do one Maybe we'll even do a Friday. Pipe live cast some point you know. I think it's It'd be fun to make sure that we have content out there for people. Listen to I enjoy listening to my own show afterwards. I don't know if that's Narcisse narcissistic or if that's weird of me of anywhere that's a good thing. You WanNa make a show that at least you like so I mean. I appears at least as we usually converse after the show and nephew edit that you know we go back and forth and give each other some some awesome pointers to it but you also enjoy it as I do so if you would like to to give us any feedback. We're always open. If you want to be on the show let us know we wanNA have you honestly. I don't get Braille. Finally joined about time Oxford boy wake up son or maybe you just did. Because is your party. Or I don't know but until next time there'd be this is your Manjo Blackburn. I'm joined my co host and dear friend Mr Jam Scam Paulie. WHAT'S UP GEM? Saddest gotTA stop rather well people you know the bid gotta the cryptovest curved. I love doing this to him at some point. He's just going to get it. Jesus like I'm I'm saw stop like Joe Blackburn. The cryptovest belongs to all of us. We know we're laureate. Where do you do on people till next time? 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Episode Sixty-Six: New York Yankees Mt. Rushmore

"Nine plus US presents the baseball together podcast with your host Blackjack, Brad and Kansas City little big Brighi Blue Eyes, and now baseball together. Welcome to this week's episode of the Baseball team that podcast baseball family I. Am Brad, and as always I'm joined by our Guy Brig are you now what's up? I'm doing fine. But here what I should have said was own not too bad than. You Not so bad anyway. So Gosh I suck it. Okay. Go ahead. Sorry. That's hitter. Patter Brad Peter Patter. Let's get her all right. There's a lot going on we're daylight but we are not a buck short We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA get into books your. Whatever whatever he might be I am. Bread, I'm three bucks. All, right. All right. Well, anyway, we've got we've got the Yankees a free fall right now not a free for all. It's a free fall. And then we're going to go through what. We will resurrect them a little bit. You know what? I'm just here to tell the facts. That's all. Mixed. With. Opinion. Facts mingled with opinion. That's what we're GONNA do here but anyway so. So. Here we go and then we're going to get into a new segment. We're going to be doing. We're going to spread this out over a longtime. We're GONNA do this for every major league team. We're GONNA DO Mount Rushmore. So we're GONNA START TODAY WITH Speaking of which The New York Yankees. That's right. All right. Let's get started Brig. you got something on here called Moxie who got moxy moxy listen. I have to thank bill. Scott. K He's a member of our our VIP private facebook group. For this gym here. Now, for those of you watching you on Youtube, you'll see me holding up a bright red can of Moxie. Soda. We now, we talked about this on the podcast not long ago and bill listened in and decided he could probably affording me this opportunity. So he sent it in and I'm going to read you the publishers, the the company's description okay Jay. And then I'm going to try for the very first time right here on the show. Exciting it's exciting. Very exciting. All right. So So. First of all, some of the back stories, this not the product that was endorsed by Ted Williams. Right. This is the Chola. If I'm not mistaken. I. Think Anyway here's what here's here's what the descriptions from the company says Moxie has the distinction of being described as both a great tasting soda and an acquired taste. However you describe. However you describe it. One thing is for sure it takes a special kind of Moxie to try it for the first time. and to love it forever, live your life with Moxy. And I thought. Yeah that's really. Audacious You know some audacious ad copy there. So I really appreciate it. And I've just popped the top and I'm going to try this now. It's it takes it does take some actual moxie from the company to say it's delicious but it's an acquired taste that's not something I would Bhai typically something that's as an acquired taste. So how is it? It's terrific. What kind of flavor is, is like a like a cola or like a root beer something. It definitely has cola going on. Okay. But behind it and floating up from the rear is something that can only be described as. I want to say Sassafras but I just almost like I'm not confident with like a SAS parilla. Yeah but it's got there's something else. I should look up flavor profile even says. Distinctly different. that. Is Literally what it says on the CAN Moxie. Distinctly different one of those that that might be the most accurate description. I can come up with and I like I do words words. That's my thing. So well, done Moxie one of those things where they can describe it as uniquely different. Repetitive and run. Without being guilty of any poopie panther whatsoever. So Very excited to have this experience. Thanks Bill. Very shade it. Then we Bill and I, we discussed letting you have this experience to Brad and sending you some. But we just decided it would be better to rub it in your face. That's going to sip on this throughout the remainder of the show and and I just need you to sit there just wishing you were having this experience. And that's just fine because i. have my own beverage. It's it's a non adult beverage that. Quite moxie being an adult beverage I'm just saying. There's an adult on the beverage though of the Moxie Ken I'm just clears of man that I have a and there's a man in a tie pointing at you. It's just terrific. I was just clarifying that I have an unnamed beverage in my cup to happen to not be an adult drink. That's that's. That's what I'm saying. Great. Yes. Okay. So unnamed though you're gonNA dangle it in front of us very good. Very good until they decide to pay me to say it I'm not going to. So how's that? Who you're right. This delightful beverage? I'm not being paid to say anything about the they should pay us though this is pretty good. Right on. Very cool. Very cool. Good content. So thanks bill. So okay. Something I wanted to do today was I wanted to check in on the standing there are a little bit crazy right now Yeah like. I feel like so we've painful. For some weed because we did our. Kind of halfway checkpoint. Just like Yahoo weeks ago. Right and we're like, Oh, we sure idea what's going on who's going to make it how things are going to go and then of course. Like just everything got jumbled up. All the standings at putting blender and I mean you still got the white sox on top of the central. You've got the the Indians right there with them, but twins are following a little bit. The race pretty much own the east. I know that law I just. Good for them. Good for them. Yeah. But then you've got the Blue Jays who are surging like right on their heels three and a half games back and then the Yankees like I said in a free fall currently five, hundred, twenty, one, and twenty, one, six and a half back. And they're fighting for a wildcard spot. Yeah they are, and you know what is so funny to me. It was talking to a friend of Mine Lindsey about this, and the Blue Jays are currently the best team in New York. They sure are. Yeah that's a lot. We should take a minute and just appreciate that. It's funny because I told one of my buddies probably ten years ago. Now, the Blue Jays were pretty good back then they. Used to the Red Sox and the Yankees owned alias has like you know really the only way. The the bluejays are going to make the or win the division is that they switched the Site because they would. They would have won the NFL least like years over in a row at that point but then they weren't even making the playoffs because they had the red sox and the Yankees to compete with. But yeah. But I mean at this point who knows they could catch the race with the way they're playing because like you've been saying they're so young and so good. They don't even know better. They don't know they're supposed. That's exactly right. They don't know better. Yep, and it's it's kind of a good thing which kind of gets along with with the Mariners I mean Jerry Dipoto has been making a bunch of moves if you don't perform over the course of like three days. You're gone you're gone back to alternate training site and somebody else's getting a chance got dylan more who got brought up who's been killing the ball absolutely killing the ball for the mariners kind of Lewis's still batting over three hundred. He's kind of like I said, last he's dropped down he's batting like three fifteen or something like that right now. Right. Is still slow he his Oh ps is like nine fifty. So. Yeah I'll take it. You know well. Listen. The Yankees still have a better record than the mariners. Okay they do. It's true. Today today, the Yankees have a better record than the mariners. We'll see how it goes. Yeah. They do. They do only by like let's see. A game and a half. By a game right now I see that yeah but. So I just knocked on all the would it's fine knocking on all. But anyway. Well. You're right two weeks ago we were like. Okay, here's what's going to happen, and now nothing makes sense again I feel like we said, you know they're twenty seven games left or whatever when we talked and now wh how many games we have. Eleven seventeen. Eleven eleven. Yeah. They'll my gosh as or twenty, five and fourteen playing a game right now twenty five, fourteen I mean that's thirty nine right now. Sorry. Twenty one games to go twenty one games ago I was like Brad can't be eleven I don't. Have Maskill I never have. Every. Leave me alone. But. But I know it's got to be more than eleven twenty one games ago. Well, in that case seventeen wasn't far off. Okay. Yes. Yeah. I did I did the math earlier today and I was counting to see many games. The mariners have to win to catch the Astros like how many? Is Probably GonNa win and it was I figured that the Astros are probably GonNa win eleven games to finish out the season and that's I don't think that's sweeping anybody that's just splitting some series but. That's where eleven comes from but anyways. Knowing. I mean it's it's insane twenty one games to go, which is the sprint of the sprint that is the home stretch. But the problem that I have I mean last last week I kind of talked about how the Yankees are having a hard time how they stink. And they've reached the point of excuses. Because I, was I was ready to come on this week and be like you know I was wrong. The Yankees don't stink going through a rough time. You know who stinks is the Red Sox but they they think they stink. Yeah. But at the same time, though the fact that the Yankees have reached the point of excuses where they're saying the lighting was bad the other night. That's that's why they lost the Blue Jays like no, it wasn't lighting you got. Tagged for like ten runs in one inning. That's why you lost not because the lighting. The bluejays are playing under the same lighting and you'd be replaced on the same lighting all game long a bad inning. That's the way things go. Yeah. But when you get to the point of excuses to me, that's a losing team. You're loser if you're making excuses about that kind of stuff. I'm. GonNa say it. Listen. Listen. I had a full body. Yes. Is what happened. That's why I said Whoa. WHOA I didn't. I felt the weight of the truth there because you're right. It comes down to mindset. That's what everybody talks about Yankee Magic. That's what it's all about. It's nations resilient. And and they're don't have that right now. No I don't know why I can't figure out why some guys do luke. Voids. Decent example let me the guy's killing the ball but you know he can't do it all by himself and he's not but you know. I don't know. I don't know they're in a free for all. Free Fall. Sorry. No See. You're right. It's that whole. Dana Carvey George. Bush said the economy was in a free for all wasn't into fall. It's in a free for all not prudence. It. I haven't thought about Dana carvey comedy. I don't know how long I really am glad you brought it. Discussing Dana Carvey is comedy in its precipitous decline also coincides nicely with the Yankees precipitous decline everything everything here. In hand. Is. Out. Arms Brad. But it was really well. But anyway keep an eye on the standings I. Mean it's it's a day to day situation. I mean minute. Yeah. Right now because like I said the. The Yankees and Astros have a game and a half. Have a wild cards, the Astros second place but still the only have a game and a half on the mariners and the Al West is going to get a little crazy there the second and third spot with the with the marriage, the plan Because it's nuts. Okay. Check this out though if you jump over the National League, let me just read the streak list all the way down. Okay. Chicago One, win cardinals. One Win brewers lost to reds lost one pirates. One one braves lost one phillies. One to Marlin one mets loss to nationals to dodgers lost to padres. One two giants win three they're the Aligarh it's like. The rockies lost one. The D backs lost three. There you go. I mean come on. And it feels like it's one of those things where everybody's like you know what we've got a shot because there's just enough just enough wear and tear on the pitchers for teams that are gonNA play doubleheaders and yeah, it's it's I always think of situations like this where teams that shouldn't be winning. Think they have a chance. I mean, you've seen cars, right? Yes see cars every the movie cars the Pixar movie. I've seen the movie car so. I always think of this. You know. At the end. No No. No, it's the. It's the very beginning very beginning when lightning McQueen gets flat tire and then you've got the king and What I can't chip chick Hicks they're like they see he's got he's got a flat tire so he can't go full speed and they kick it into next year and they they speed around to catch up to him. Yeah I feel like that's what happens in the standing says at team see a little bit of a vulnerability or they see a team up ahead of them Going a little bit of a skit and they're like we can catch him. and. Then things kicked into that that next year and I feel like that's why we've seen some of that madness. This season seat all the time like you see in other sports all the time I feel like that's the best. The best depiction of that idea that I that I've ever been come up with. That's good. I like that you're right. All right the brewers fade. Smoke in Morrison. Yes. Justin smoak and Logan Morrison were couples made you really sad well, no it didn't actually Logan Morrison a little bit actually like Logan Morrison. He's one of the few players actually follow on instagram like with my personal instagram and he's he's a pretty good follow. He's a funny guy. I liked him when he played for the Mariners Good. Not Great like a serviceable. First Baseman. Pretty decent hitter but Justin smoak kind of like he's had that coming because he was so bad when he in Seattle and then he goes to Toronto. He's he's an all star for a season and played pretty well there and it's like, yeah, he did was this guy I like so mad still about it. And then now he goes to. Goes, to Milwaukee, and now he gets and I'm like that's the guy. Now that's the that's the justice. In Yeah. So. So that that made sense, but it's interesting that. Trevor Bauer pointed out that both these guys hit homers often last week and they got DFA like the next day. Conspiracy could be the only thing that'd be he even said in tweets. So the moral of the story here is don't homer off me as like. All right. There you go. There you go. Yeah but. Anyway failing to hit the ball out of the park. It's really quick touch on. A Jaylo and yes, he rots deal trying to buy the mets. Yeah. It's I just don't like it still it still so weird and. They came out it came out today. That Jaylo has said that she would be basically controlling partner of the group It wouldn't be a-rod and I thinking that that's going to give them. The. Guess. The bump that they're going to need to get to get the team but I mean Iran said that he thought that negotiations were fixed because who's the WHO is the shoot I had it is on the tip of my tongue, but I can't remember the guy. Who WHO's been negotiating by the mets? He's actually within the organization. He's got considerably more money than than they do because he's got he's worth like seventeen point three, billion dollars so I feel like whatever they're going to offer He he up it you know because they're only going to be an offer so much because there she's a pop star actress and then they've got a bunch of athletes in their group. Exactly so It's Cohen. What's his first name can't remember got it. Maybe. Jol Ethan. Now. Anyway. Loved that. Thank you. Very good. Very Good Shot Steve. Cohen. That's what I was gonNA say that no. Okay. I believe you. Also, he's offered. He's offered to buy the mets for two point three, five, billion dollars The negotiations have Kinda gone behind closed doors a-rod saying that he believes that the sale is fixed because of this but really what it is is it's It's kind of like an inside higher selling third looking to sell to it like an inside. Person Right. Yeah. They're also like optioning. So he says he's worth fourteen point three billion dollars. He's going to have way more money than anybody else. He's already minority owner so I don't think that. Jalen, have a chance here. I don't think they should because I don't think your own team needs to stay in the announcer's booth. Yeah, he's terrific. He's good at that. He he shouldn't be an owner because I don't think he'd do. Yeah. Good. So Y-. But anyways, well, let's take a break and when we come back, we're going to talk about The New York Yankees Mount Rushmore Hey Babe, I'm headed concessions. You want me to grab something. Yeah. Anything whenever you're getting. Okay I saw Bergara probably grow that. No that doesn't sound good. Okay. I think there's barbecue probably some NACHOS. I don't think I want either of those either but just give me anything. What do you want I hot dog earlier okay. I can do that. Well, no couples may quarrel. Bus Ball is for lovers. Shop, the lovers collection and nine plus dot com. All Right Baseball family welcome back for those of you watching you see I'm still drinking Moxie and Brad is not and for those of you listening now you know so Very exciting. We are going to talk about the New York Yankees. and. Typically I really revel in this topic. For obvious reasons however. Today's episode is filled with pain. On, so many levels I because of the free fall that Brad decided to pick up and throw at me, and then now Brad has asked me to come up with I believe are the four best players in the history of the franchise. And that that is equally painful experience. because. I don't know how you come up with only four. A the way I did. Yeah and Don't judge me. So That's why we did four instead of like ten because. It's difficult. There's a challenge there I wanted to challenge your brain with this break. You got that. Take care. Did it like the only way you could made it harder was to involve math Oh wait that's what statistics are. All right that's yeah anyway. All right we're GONNA. We're going to set this up four four best players. Brad. Got His opinion. I have mine. I'm going to be right. He's going to be wrong stay tuned for more. Just getting all right Brad. How do you want to break this down? Let's go ahead and do to each and then we'll take a break. Then we'll do the last two. Okay. That makes sense. Okay. All right. I can split things in half with my math so India. Advance for me so but otherwise. Division and fractions and I know. Brad, do the voice Brad. Division and fractions throats of calculations. Zaino del. Boy I love it when you do that. I went from being in pain to now I'm happy and in Paris so. I've re go ahead with your with your I have, and this is no particular order. This is just if you had to make a Mount Rushmore of Yankees. Four that would go on there. Oh, my were we're not. We're not ranking is just four. Four. I. Mean we're ranking a little bit though but stop. Okay here's. HERE'S THE PROBLEM So I asked myself. All right. My first two answers we'll get to those in the next segment. Those were easy right. I was like this guy in this guy got no big deal but then filling this this number three and number four slot and I know you want him to be on an equal plane, but you can't because wanted to her so easy. So yeah. So so then I'm like, all right. Already have to position players. Do I need a pitcher. Do I not I. Can I pitch traditionally the Yankees haven't had tremendous starting pitching We really only have had one really excellent reliever in the history of the franchise. But that was really recent. So it like is that is a disservice to all the other position players came before Mariano Rivera, and it's like, wow, that's an impossible equation to solve. Anyway. So I went with. I went with Joe. Dimaggio. He is on my Mount Rushmore of the New Year that was that was the one that I was going to go with I. Was Shut up. Are you serious restorick? Jolt Joe All right got him. All? Right. Let's talk about him. Three, twenty, five average. With his time in New York. The only played for New York's nineteenth thirty, six, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, one. Three. Thousand five average fantastic and three, hundred, sixty, one home runs one, thousand, five, hundred, thirty, seven RBI's with career war. Of Seventy, eight point one. It's insane. That is seventy one is only bested by other names on my list. Okay. Just to give you an idea, it's rough. On. These are some of the things I looked at. He's got three MVP's. He led the League in home runs in two seasons a nine, seventy, seven career opie s that's outstanding. For sure somebody hit that for their career. I. Mean every year he played, he was an all star. He started at age twenty one to three years off from military service forty, three to forty five and then came straight back. Didn't miss a beat all star his last season fifty-one at age thirty six. Thirty six. Yeah. Come on now. Now there's three those three years he took off in the middle he was his twenty, eight, twenty, nine, thirty. Years those which which now are your big contractors right. Crime of your career yes. Those are those are big years to miss huge. Huge, and then he came back remarkably unharmed I mean remarkable come on. Yeah. Given the gravity of the situation that that is insane. So yeah. As his rookie year three, twenty, three with twenty, nine homers in one thousand, five RBI's is rookie year. Yeah. that. That's millions of dollars. Attract more. It is. And I mean his his rookie season. He finished eighth in the MVP and I mean the big thing is, is the hit streak fifty, six game hit streak came to an end. July seventeenth nineteen, forty, one the. I mean. The fact that he was twenty, five, twenty, six you did that. That's that's fan. That's that's amazing. I mean he was just. From start to finish a great player in his last season obviously thirty six. was. By his standards but his sandwich already says so high that Oh that's I wouldn't I wouldn't say it's below average but. I mean he still he still hit to sixty three. Yeah. So respectable. Yeah. It's respectable. It's it's a good. It's a good season to go out on. Now. He did all this only thirteen seasons. As, well, that's that's something worth noting and then. The only argument against Joe Dimaggio is his postseason performance is standard. I mean sub jody standards, right? It's not like. Yeah. They're not bad at all. They're just not. Three Twenty three with twenty, nine homers that. Yeah. So but he was pardoned nine world series championships. Yeah that's our egis nine. In. Nine rings in any sport, but especially, nine world series in that short amount of time. That's something else insanity and the thing with baseball you've got to have guys around you and we'll get to that later. Same time the fact that they're able to do with them many times it's pretty stacked in. Yeah. Let's get to the guys around him right now. All right. Go ahead with your next one since we both Ed Jody. Yogi Berra my next one. That's my next one too young. Are you serious? I'm obviously super biased. Yeah. You are Yogi bear because he's a catcher. And I don't know if he's more famous for his time playing or goofy things he's said throughout the course of his life, you know like it's Deja Vu all over again there's there's certain things that we say every single day that I I've been saying that my whole life. As a sale time no idea is probably twenty before I realized that was a Joe. Yogi? Berra. ISM Yes. So He's has all sorts of funny things and that may be from so many years of catching I. Don't know probably probably goofy guy all around. But so a career with the Yankees nine, hundred, forty, six to sixty, three. Okay. back off that's a really long time and then especially for a catcher. No joke to eighty any maintained to eighty five average throughout that entire career. But is. I feel like really good for catcher back then good. Yeah. Catcher now, but it's it's not a position that they typically expect someone to hit above two, seventy, five. Yeah. You know if you're hitting fifty. Okay. But but yet to two eighty, five lifetime averages catchers pretty good because you're doing dealing with so many other things maintaining a swing and a scattering port on opposing pitchers. Yeah. Is is a lot to go into. It is a lot well, any still three, hundred, Fifty, eight, home runs fourteen, hundred, thirty RBI's career war fifty, nine, point five. And that's also astronomical. Especially again, given the duration of his career because he played forever. So he did and there the thing that sticks out to me with with Yogi Berra compared to the with the position is he had three MVP's yeah. No other catcher has ever had three MVP's. Guys like Joe Mauer Pudge Rodriguez who were in the top in the upper echelon of players period during the time they're playing but the were. The same thing Buster Posey, right. But they they didn't have the sustainability of their performance to win three MVP's and his were stretched over one two, three, four, five years three and five years and he finished top five those other two years and then one year before his first one. So. And then well, he then he's runner up your after he won his last one. That's like. It's seven years of. As an Dominant catcher. Yeah. But as a dominant player, it's amazing. Right and not just like you said, not just to catch now either were only three seasons he played in which he was not an all-star only three. Shock, I. Two, hundred, four, four, technically. Because the nine, hundred, sixty, five season probably doesn't count because put four games with the mets was all and that might have just been like that might have just been a cash grab on the mets part. Yeah. I don't think heading with three seasons with the Yankees where he wasn't wasn't all star. I'm just talking about his time during his yeah. It Ju Ju when he played for for the Yankees. Ten World Series Championships. So that's amazing. Yeah so Anyway. Yeah Yogi Berra arguably I mean you could. I don't know if I put him as the best catcher ever just because of a his time period i. don't know if you took Yogi Berra in his prime and brought him to the current major league with the speed that on the basepaths now, how he would do or with the kind of stuff pitchers have now I don't know how he would do. I feel like somebody like a bench might translate a little bit better because he's more More of a contemporary. But at the same time you know I, don't know how well those guys that Trans Translate Okay you ready I'm going to transfer some of this for you. Okay. Go ahead. His. One Thousand Four, hundred, thirty RBI's is the most in MLB history by catcher still believe that yeah and only Mike Piazza Johnny Bench and Carlton Fisk. Have more career home runs than Yogi, Berra that's it in that position. Yeah and part of that goes for longevity, which is saying something like I said for a catcher. Yeah. Because it's the position is brutal on your body not just your knees but the whole your entire body and then to maintaining effective swing not just ineffective serviceable swing to put it in play but this guy was in cranking them out. For the whole his whole career, and now he's on a list where he stopped four of all time catchers with Homerun, you know home. So his crazy his last season with the Yankees where he was not an all star, he's still hit to ninety three over sixty four games. Yeah with with eight home runs. Yeah. That's one home run. Every eight games you had the math for you. Right? Things Brad. So Check, out the big brain on Brad calculations God. Fly. Good. So we. I can't believe we overlap. So hard again that I love when I do that. We do it every time at least something. Now I'm worried going be one where we're not gonNA. Overlap. I do too I do too and I think everybody knows with other one we will overlap on but we'll get to that in a minute. Let's take a break. and. When we come back, we will continue to just drool over the Yankees history. Back. Baseball family. All right. Let's get into the last little bit of our Mount Rushmore Brick should we do? Yes. I was GONNA suggest the same thing I already know what you're. GonNa say go ahead. You'RE GONNA. Say should we do the One? We both know. Going we're going to agree on I that we're GONNA take that. We can debate a little bit at the end. Yes I knew it also would like the listeners and viewers at home to know I'm going to take my last sip of Moxy I saved for this segment to rub it in Brad's face one more time I'll take one more sip of my unnamed drink. Okay Go. All right. Let's do this. All right. Let's set it up I. let me set it up I. All right. CHECK IT OUT This player. In, only fourteen seasons with the club. Average, three, forty, nine. Six, hundred, fifty, nine home runs. One thousand nine. Hundred. Seventy. Eight RBI'S With, a war in those fourteen years. Sit down. One hundred, forty, two, point six. Yeah Anybody, WanNa take a guess. Whitey Ford. No I'm just kidding it's It's the babe, the wimpy deer himself that wimpy deer, the Colossus of clout, the Colossus of clout. You for repeating it. Thank you so much. Yeah. You have to you have to even if nobody in the same like even if there's nobody in the area who's GonNa. Repeat it I'll repeat it to myself me do. Every. Every time. Right to say the Colossus of cloud and then I'll look around and you got about point five cents say it, and if you don't, then I'll go to colossus clout and then I done having the conversation I'll just leave. Clearly. Not with my ever say to yourself shut up Tommy. Nobody puts. Brighi in the corner all right. Here we go. So. Baby Ruthie. Is d'avray she is of this machine. She's definitely. Way Too much. anyways. So I mean can't. I've been on I've been on the record as saying that I believe is overrated but. Only vice standards of comparing. Him To today's game. His dominance in his game, which is really all you can ask for as far as like somebody being the greatest. Like, I'll be honest with you I don't truly think that Baber is overrated like I don't truly believe that. I. Like I said, it's compared to today's game I think he would be above average player, however his dominance in the time and the way that he played the game and change the game forever and was mythical creature mythical creature character who the only way people knew about him. I think people are GonNa Start Doubting that my unnamed beverage is not an it'll beverage. That's right. I'm there with you. Yeah. I don't know what they put in this Moxie, but I'm giggly. But, but they expel. Was this mythical character who nobody got to watch on TV if you saw it was in real life and then you were getting. What happened relates to you by a creative writer who was a journalist saying? He was the biggest man on the field. Helms Colossus on. And six hundred feet you know like that's the way that the message was conveyed and that's part of the reason of the mythology surrounding Babe Ruth and the I mean the only way you can describe it as godlike. You this larger than life. Yeah, he was what was it more than a man but less than God is how they describe them on Santa which was real but. Yeah, I mean. It's it's amazing because he was unlike anything anybody had ever seen to the point to that point completely change ushered out the Dead Ball era? Assured in, you know it wasn't launching time but that's really what it was. Yellow hit the ball over the fence because can why not so And the journalist you're referring to probably read Smith by the way. And he probably talk like this e. No but he was a terrific sportswriter if if you haven't read read Smith on baseball. You should it's a compilation of his best baseball writing columns. He wrote columns for a long time and It's really hard to find I found one a couple years ago. Anyway, it's terrific if you get a chance to get your hands on a copy but. Especially, if you're in sports writing like we are. Moving on. So now listen. I think this speaks for itself I. Don't I we we could continue to back this up. We're all shocked that you do now are taking the position that he's not overrated. because. That makes my heart. Happy. In ways I don't think you'll ever understand. That just been waiting for you to accuse your previous position. and now I feel so vindicated and I'll never ask for anything again. But. I'm just kidding right. Caller. Thanks Baseball family. The cool thing about the babe is his postseason game did not flag at all right? Like he was he was the same player largely throughout the regular season as he wasn't a postseason of which he had plenty of experience. Well I mean through which. So let's put it this this right here for just a second K. I mean this stat alone stands for what you just said. So he had a career opie s highest career Oh ps ever by the way of one point one, six, four. Okay Yeah in ten years in the postseason career up. One point two, one, four. So somebody who's dominating pitching in the regular season season. Better in the postseason. Like I mean, it's a male often does that happen? It doesn't. It doesn't happen. It's usually somebody like that. Their numbers might be watered down in the regular season but no. It was just this I am the regular season postseason. Kick it up a notch boom. Yeah. Kick it up. So it's amazing. It's it's unreal. The see that and To see that was something that went on with somebody who has won MVP award. Just, one and I can't figure that out. Honestly I think it's just I just think he's a victim of his time the. Early either voted for it every year or be. There is voter fatigue like we'll babe is obviously give his own. Let's talk about. So let's bring somebody else in here. Who they what's interesting is they don't do that is much now and they should. Right, I mean there's reason my Kraut is first or second every single year because he's he's better than in a League of his own and Y- voter fatigue is a real thing you see in the NBA seat in the NFL But I don't feel like you see it quite as much in baseball. Yeah, and I I don't know anyway. Interesting interesting stuff. So the Babes got to go on the wall. On this this chiseled. You know, mountain thing we're building here. The the next one though is up for debate, and this is the thing. This is I guarantee we're going to disagree on this Brad. I Really WanNa know who you have gay. My number one. Well I. Guess I shouldn't say number because remaining slot my remaining my fourth person to go on. My Mount Rushmore and not like I said of any order is the. I guess the the top number, one comparison for a certain type of hitter. and. WAS A. Sixteen Time All Star who over an eighteen year career? Okay, make. Eighteen years with the Yankees are a dangerous. With the Yankees Mickey Mantle. So the MIC. So I grew up I, mean everybody pretty much grew up watching TV S. so you got to watch like braves games right number just about no matter where you live yet cable. So I grew up a huge Jones. Fan. Yeah loved Chipper Jones and I remember every time he hit home runs along the way because he's a switch hitter. In his career is always like. This. Many behind Mickey Mantle at this point Mickey Mantle, it is the standard I guess, not the standard but like. Top. Level for switch hitters because he was so good. And Yeah. And I feel like anybody who can. Lead the league with thirty, seven, fifty to forty, two and forty home runs. That's a switch hitter. I mean seriously I can't even hold a fat left-handed can't even hold a bat lefthanded much swing one hit a home run. be able to maintain both swings through the course of your career, and still at the end of your career when you're thirty six years old and you don't have the training nutrition and everything that players have now and you're hitting eighteen home runs. Over four hundred and forty four games. That's unreal to me. So I mean, the the guy had a career ps of nine, seventy seven again that is very, very good pushing if you're pushing. A thousand on your ps like. Come on. That's that's awesome. Seriously is. especially as a switch hitter because which hitters typically our guys who? They just kinda bring something different. Right. Like okay I can. I can I can sit on the left side of the plate and face righty typically there are more than on the left side because you see more righties and then you go over the right side and you happen to see lefty and you're just fine but. I mean it's it's unreal to me that somebody can do both sides and be as. A strong hitter is Mickey Mantle as so I've I've got to put him on Mount Rushmore because like I said, it's something that I can't even fathom doing I tried several times to become a switch hitter growing up because I thought. It was awesome. Wanted to try it like I said Big Chipper Jones Fan. And also I wanted to have that sweet left handed swing where when you hit it out, you can kind of Strut a little bit like Griffey. Couldn't do it could not do it. So. a hand it to switch hitters everywhere all the time and you have to and especially guy who won three MVP's that's. That's awesome. So Mickey Mantle is my. Final member of Mount Rushmore. He got well, I can't tell you. It's not a tremendous. Selection. You made all the great arguments however I think. That my selection is better and. Naturally. Suggest you let this marinate for a minute. Okay. So This guy played sixteen years with the Yanks. Sixteen Three forty average. Over that period four, hundred, ninety, three home runs. One Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety Five Rbi's K A war over that sixteen year period of one. Twelve point, four, one, hundred, twelve. Point. Four war, which is again. Insane This man? Henry Lou. GEHRIG. Played. Two thousand one hundred thirty. Consecutive ballgames. Now just like you and the comparisons with Chipper Jones Mickey Mantle watching this grown up. I had the same experience with cal ripken junior chasing Lou gehrig's Ironhorse record Yeah. It's it was the same thing. There was always this parallels always the comment geared was always in the headline right beside cal ripken juniors name he had to be yeah and it was it was it just like you said with those two. was undeniable and the so I know this is an stylistic choice for me I understand that. I have a lot of really personal reasons that I that I love Lou Gehrig. But I, mean check his stats alone are absolutely insane. To MVP's twenty, seven, thirty six, and in the top five, six other seasons, and then check this out. So his career. average was three forty but in the postseason, he hit three sixty one. Just this postseason time his his average to three sixty one. Over the course of his career that's even with one hundred and nineteen at bats. Yep that's and it's insane and six six rings as well So I mean, come on it's. It's an undeniable thing on the field then you take all of the. Implications? Cultural. The, the the you get ls and his legacy with battling the disease in the inspiration, he continues to provide every day for people battling. Not just a ls but any disease anything that is debilitating and keeps them pinned down and he becomes this toward a force, this cultural icon of resilience and motivation and dignity and honor, and you think like you. Look if you haven't. Read anything about Lou gehrig. You have to because everybody that talks about him says that he was humble and quiet and dignified in everything he did was with. Care and consideration for other people. I mean, you cannot have a better cultural figurehead you cannot have. I don't know I just think that if we're going to put somebody on Mount Rushmore. This man transcends baseball. And here we are. You know decades and decades later after he passed. and. He still inspires people I mean. and. It has nothing to do with baseball, right? Yeah and that was actually one of the things as going through. In August like we said the first we were pretty easy at least for me. You know I knew I knew going into it I was going to have Yogi bear obviously babe. But for me, it came down to between Mickey Mantle and Lou Garrick like I almost with Lou Gehrig because everything you just said his his legacy transcend the baseball diamond out to. Everyday culture. So I totally I think it's a great selection because like I said, I almost made the same one. We almost had four for four which I'm glad we didn't. But For Me Mickey Mantle I guess the the name resonates with me as far as you know the switch hitter and it's such an accomplishment. So I think either way you can't go wrong and and the thing that is so cool about this is you know you look at the list of Yankees. Over the history, the Mariano Rivera is the tenth best Yankee ever as far as war goes. Yeah. He is like that's just insane to think about somebody who was. Lights out that you know his his walk in music was enter Sandman because it was like good night game over every time he came out the ten considered the tenth best Yankee manager because he's a closer. So Rights any closer? Then again we got we have to talk about his ability to remove innings. Yes right that, and that's the magic is that he's he the other teams just didn't get an opportunity playful nine this. Game. Is Needed and game with my various. You're right Willie. No, that's amazing. there. There are other names and that's the problem with try to pick four. But like I said, we're going to do this every team. It's going to be very exciting before we go. I, have. A baseball memorabilia moment for us. Do it. Are you ready for this? It's already actually. So. Brad. Did. You know. That, you can buy a nineteen thirty. Payroll check. Really made out yeah. Not only made out to signed by Lou GEHRIG. himself. Fully, certified authenticity by the there's a couple of agencies that do really really well and. This. One is by James Spence Authentication LLC and. The check is also. Signed by Jacob. Rupert and ED barrel. Of the club and it's got it's got. In it and everything. Okay. Now. The check is made out for a total of two, thousand, two, hundred, ninety, two, dollars, forty, seven since. That's oddly specific and I really like that. I think it. Yeah and I will I will tell you that that salary. So here's what it says on it salary June sixteenth to June thirtieth. It includes guest room or guest dining room. and. A Cadillac. So probably got a ride somewhere. And then another guest dining room in the in in this particular hotel, the charges for the the ride in the the board. Were or the room rather to ninety five and two seventy respectively. So that ended up to five dollars and sixty five cents. Yeah. That's it's neat. This whole thing is neat. So it's two sided. That's the difficulty here it's two sided So you have to look at it in a plastic sleeve to get the full story, but Brad. What do you think this is going for? That's the question. Oh, my goodness definitely more than what it's written for I would say. The thing it's cool about that is it. It gets a little bit of Pekan two a day in the life of a big. Leaguer yeah. You what nineteen thirty? Yet. So I think that's pretty cool and Dash I don't even know what that would go for it I mean. I would venture a guess of probably around like. I'M GONNA say Forty Thousand Bob. Well, that's exceptionally high visit. And it's interesting because. Every time I look at these baseball memorabilia things I I was do the same thing. My knee jerk reaction is to overprice everything and look at it and I think Oh. Yeah. Okay. Well, part of it is because the people collect this stuff money's not an issue for them so it's like whatever you know. It's just the money it's just money. Figured that out yet but getting there. Getting there in my head. Anyway. All right. So the minimum bid. Is Seventy five hundred dollars. Okay or excuse me. Yes seventy, five, hundred dollars, and the current bid on this particular five people are bidding on it. There are eleven days, twenty, one hours, fifty, five minutes, and thirty seconds left on this particular. Auction. Five bids current bid is at nine thousand five hundred dollars. Okay. I I guess it's kind of an obscure. Obscure Item. Oh Yeah. For sure. NEAT IT IS NEAT. It's very cool. If I went into somebody's office and they had a bunch of stuff and they said. got a payroll check. Lou GEHRIG. That's pretty cool. Nineteen thirty and you're like damn. That's. Pretty. Cool. Yeah I, Dunno I thought that was I thought that was neat. kind of went outside the box not assigned baseball but yeah, right on. Yeah. Memorabilia moment for this week. Yeah. Right on. We'll bring you WANNA wrap this up. In tape. Bro. So listen baseball family. I don't know where that means. Baseball family I just want you to know I'm wearing my baseball together podcast logo. Hoodie today read we have more of your cold weather gear coming there is some on the website right now nine plus dot com it's N. I n.. p. l.. US US DOT com. Go Get yourself something. Nice. It's getting cold. I've been thinking a lot about our friends in Philadelphia and Chicago, and even our. 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Norman Chad, Legend

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Norman Chad, Legend

"This is the sporting life on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Here's Jeremy shop. The great Norman Chad. Norman thank you for being with us. Build my week around the appearances. So it's probably fortunate that I only here once or twice a year on your show. Well, it's, it's not for lack of trying on our part. You're a hard man to reach the World Series of poker. I know has been taking place. That's your Super Bowl for someone who doesn't really understand the scene at the World Series of poker. What is it like up close and personal? And those people are all in pursuit of the residue macula bracelet. What do they call the bracelet? It's the. The biggest one is the made of that bracelet, the gold bracelet, which is the, the feature thousand dollar five world championship, which starts in July. And then there's a seventy five other bracelets. They play for the scene is pretty much. If you can imagine the shifty loop. But if you're mad and just, you know, just Lou has two days to car base. So mad about three or four or five thousand people waiting to use those two car bays just sort of piling the same area and kinda rushing to get there and some don't shower or some don't shave but they all wanna get into that if you car bay. So the jiffy lube attended can tell them that. Yeah, we Fancher oil, but you also need a carburetor affects the another three hundred dollars. Here's what I don't understand. Norman and I'm sure you can clarify because you are Norman Chad AMAN associated globally with the game of poker, which is often regarded as a proxy for mental. Acuity shrewdness. Well, it seems like every couple days. I need somebody tells me they were in the World Series of poker. How big is the field? The focus of making essentially, if it's like the equipment the Olympics. So the festival lasts seven weeks and does dozens of events just as are the Olympics. Okay. So opening Bentley sheer which was celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the World Series of poker. They call it the big fifty. They brought the buying down to five hundred dollars again to the vet most World Series events costs, fifteen hundred dollars or more. So with only a five hundred dollars to get into the event and with the payoff being maybe more than a million dollars. For your five hundred dollars twenty eight thousand entries for that five hundred dollar event twenty eight thousand entries how you can reenter that event. But that was that includes eighteen or nineteen thousand what we call, you entries and some people reentered eighteen or nineteen thousand people crowding into the Rio poker rooms over a couple of days period, and that's how popular this thing can be. Speaking Norman Chan what's the? Farthest. You've advanced in the World Series. I got a little further, you know I've had trouble sometimes but I don't get very far. I didn't get very far in my first or second marriage, but on my. For series of that. I played about five years ago, it was a dud as mix will start event that high low in Omaha, high low two different disciplines poker. There's about four or five hundred entries. There was a forty five hundred dollar events to buy into so with four or five hundred entries. I've made my only World Series final table, which is, is just, you know it was the height of my poker playing career. I don't have much of a poker playing career. So I finished I finished fifth or six and that field of four or five hundred people to make a final table is very, very hard. I got very, very lucky fan, so making the final table like the equivalent of winning a brace. But it was it was just, you know, the proudest moment of my poker playing career when you're at one of these events. Is it like masters and Johnson showing up at a nudist colony? Are you, are you like descended upon by the hordes, the masses? I'll be honest with you. I, I really don't like I really like to town sensitivity of how you put that question. But I landed at a fair for you. I'm not gonna walk off the set. I could come up with a better analogy metaphor as it is salt. I mean, they're important people. They're scientists were people prepared people compared, it more honest with you. I know masters Johnston are very good. Scientists most of your current listeners or listener just do not know who they are. But if they say. More people compare it to some after walking into the fans during its heyday. Yes. When I walk into a poker room. The World Series of poker. That's the only place where you know, somehow I am. I don't know if it were revere, but certainly, I'm pestered. What does that feel like? Just unusual for me 'cause I as we know I'm probably not a people person. Now, no reason for you have to expand on that probably not going. So it's an unusual muscle that I have to flip comes with the territory. If you know, it's unusual for me, Don used to it sort of, you know, I actually signed autographs, that's my kids, my kids, look at and go, why are they asking for your autograph? I take them doing selfie, which my step kids. So why would they ever want your picture? So it's something I've got used to as certainly, you know, if it's a good territory. I love doing the Fokker broadcast. It's a lot of fun. So that comes with, you know, dealing with the people out there, I think the people out there who speak you in Norman. Chad, he poker maven the couch slouch columnist globally syndicated his TV sports column, which has been must reading for the Cognis any in the industry. For decades. Now normally what's the obsession with James hold sour? If. Holtz. Our my saying. Right. What's that all about your obsession with him? Well, I had not watched jeopardy in, in probably twenty years. And when I heard he was having this, you know, early hitting different stork run and playing gave differently. I turned it on, and I turn it on partially awesome because I knew he was a professional sports gambling. I knew he used to be a professional poker player or semi professional poker player online. So watching what he did to that game. And simply he came up, and, but different gaming fear. He probably would have won all the time you want. If you just play the game like everybody else did he came up with a strategy, which made a whole lot of sense that nobody had thought of in the thirty five year history of the prime time jeopardy, or the nighttime jeopardy, not to mention the previous jeopardy with part for me. One of my favorite child came through host came out with a holy way to play the game tactic game and Diversey strangle hold game. Now all that doesn't work unless he has all the answers, which is just amazing. Top of all that. So it's just an incredible amount of knowledge. He's. Acquired over the years, but then to be able to recall it at that moment under the hot light and frozen invert. Plus, you learn a bus all three people using no, the answer there. So smart. And somehow he gets the, the whole rhythm of how the buzzer, John, we put all those things together. And we were essentially, you know, we were watching, you know, Michelangelo painters feeling the chapel. So I don't understand why you think it's such a problem that I watched them for twenty or thirty day. Your experience Norman you've been around some of the smartest people in business for longtime. You are one of the smartest people in the business. What is the correlation between knowledge and wisdom? Wow. That's a, that's a tough Russian that I'll be honest with you. That's, that's a little over my favorite because there's, you know, knowledge and wisdom. That's pretty tough knowledge in Rizza, because we talk about, you know, CNN I came out, we're talking about a mile wide and an interesting with means it was just a. Just a bunch of little stuff about stuff around. But I go for until the first Gulf war changed that narrative, and so, I work. And I've known people that way to that just are immersed in trivia, or what we call, you know, like you know, like like, like dinner party conversation who can always say, they'll read the book review of a big book with never read the book. So they'll be able to tell you a couple of things about the latest novel. I do know. I royally, I mean to actually carbon entire career that. But so free knowledge and wisdom X actually can be a pretty big. And I don't I don't even have the knowledge that I wanna have. I hope I have the wisdom that is more instinctual for like a sick sense, because I don't have the base knowledge of Cornell graduate or, or somebody who's, you know, you know, grown up. And, you know, just just growing up in a silver spoon, situation, given hand it just handed everything their whole life. Whether it's you know that you don't want because they were they were canal. Guess the connected being handed like Truman but outside the lines just because the other guy decided he was tired of working with you. I, I can't I can't even dispute what you're saying. So kids. Yeah. So I don't have. I don't have all Vance's. And so I, I know I don't have the knowledge and I actually hope I have the wisdom new Norman here's here's another question, and it's related. What is the correlation if there is any between intelligence in success at poker? There are people, you know, there's some street, a street native intelligence. So there are a lot of people who are very, very good of poker. Don't have, you know, high, you don't have, you know, we'd call book intelligence. You know, one of the re I think poker is underrated by people to understand. It is that there's a lot of different skills that go into poker. You know, I used to joke with, you know, Bob Costas theories. Mickey Mantle baseball card in his wallet for many number many years. And so I, I carry Doyle Brunson baseball card with like Mickey Mantle baseball card who co. Do we counsel? I carry his car. I mean there's a guy who's a great poker player was a schoolteacher was an elementary school. Now is a poker player is arguably the greatest golf gambler of the century, I did a story about them about dewey's Gulf gambling and Doyle. So I followed him in Doyle, diver tell you the story. So I spent a couple of days with Doyle with Dewey on the golf course. And one day with Doyle on the golf course in Vegas. It was Dewey, endurable versus this French professional poker player. You would know his name. I don't remember big guy had been a professional tennis player in his youth. Do you know what I'm talking about favorite Benyamin? That's him. Yeah. Yeah. And he was playing with the pro from what is it shadow creek, the Steve Wynn? Course and, and they are playing for one hundred thousand dollars a hole. And after the front nine Doyle, and Dewey are down one hundred thousand dollars. So they say you know this is boring. Let's double the stakes two hundred thousand whole, I'm not this is all happening in your. Pally work in what they do is, you know, better than is. They just have to find the number at which the other person starts to tremble and lose nerve in so they double the stable, they win three holes in a row. Now they're up half a million. They have the next five holes, and now they're going into eighteen and Doyle, and Dewey, say, you know, what double or nothing, you know, we win this we get a million. You win it where even and they asked the French guy if he would do it. And he said, no, that's my story. That's Julie in a nutshell. He he is. He is tremendous, you know, like the ice in wjm off force could make more pressure putt. With that type of money is own money on the line that anybody else again. We've every that's why I was playing at the time the seat of the peace at the time. Was that he'd made more money playing golf probably than anyone with the exception of tiger. Woods. Correct. Like different year. When we do this more often he would earn more money than maybe anyway, but the top five dollars on PJ tour or differences, that they're not putting up a dying. That's your money. Always money coming out of pocket. Those are pressure putt. That's why would he's doing is more difficult than making a whole you know, making a big pot on the seventy seventy second at Augusta National with the masters on the line. So yet those guys. So if we get back to your question are so many different skills that. Go into branding out a poker career in the black and so there's instinct, there are reading skills there, there's money management the table. There's mathematical skills, their psychological emotional, you gotta deal with things. Good bad happening and not let that affect you. So I have a lot. I have more respect get back to this for door Brunson. The Mickey mantel just very narrow aspect that Mickey was physically gifted and he hit a face ball and run great. Great. Yeah. By the way, here's the this. Well, he just show up. Sometimes he showed up. And sometimes he showed up, maybe one wasn't a hundred percent because of the night before. But for the poker player, they just there's so make such a just a such. A very you'll set they have to go through to come out ahead at the end of the day. So the guys do it fast. I have an incredible amount of respect for we speak with Greg Norman, Chad couch slouch himself required reading really not just if you're in the industry. But if you watch television or if you watch sports Norman before we let you go on a more personal note. You know, we had this kind of fake or semi fake, Twitter, war, going back and forth. And, you know, I was a little sensitive about it because I felt like sometimes maybe you were little to cutting and it was a little too close to the truth. Which is always when something really hurts. But I see backed off and I've got mixed. Ocean's because part of me is relieved because nobody likes to be criticized even if it's a semi joke in part of me is hurt because it seems like you've just moved on what, what's, what's actually happen? Okay. Your interpretation of the events are different than the actual reality of the events. I just nineteen eighty with objective realities Edward Bennett Williams said about George Steinbrenner. Wow, you're out. That's very you know I got. So you've remained one of the better educated people I've ever met. Donald once said, you know, the roots of education or bitter fruit, it's sweet and you were living living example, that each every day didn't back off. I respect you some time off. You seem to enjoy the back and forth, you now because you piss me off with this question, not to mention the earlier matches and tasks and revelation that I read I will get off the phone with you here. I will re so the, the fake Twitter worked. The only reason I, I was backing off at all. But some people took it seriously. And I felt bad about it. They thought I was I got too many people thought I was having curiously that's right. I didn't mind forget that. Yeah, I didn't mind being the bad guy, even though some people again, tweeted me, or direct message, you know who, who has a Twitter war with Jeremy shop. I mean how how, how are you? We know I'm screwed up. But it was a fake Twitter war. But now it will be a say Twitter war, but it will be it'll be it'll be a massive. They could. I'm talking loaded now to come back at you as hard as I can. But it will be fake Norman, it's always a pleasure. My respect for you. Know knows no bounds. Norman Chad is to couch slouch and he's, he's the best. Thank you for being with us, sir. Thank you, sir. I'm Jeremy shop, and you can listen to new additions of the sporting life, every Saturday and Sunday morning on ESPN radio and ESPN app, beginning at six AM eastern time.

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

5:01:00 hr | 9 months ago

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"So we're ever it was. I couldn't I definitely could not play football as well. I remember and correct me if I'm wrong on this because I think we had a discussion on this you or one of the few people people Arthur ash the late Arthur Ashe was another one that was against prop forty eight. I remember the conversation we had that you worked for prop forty forty eight. That and if I'm wrong on this correct me on it. Am I correct about that. You didn't like what prop forty eight was and how it treated black athletes. I'm trying to remember. I don't remember what proposition for eight is Robert Memory. Opposition forty eight was the one that gave black athletes and opportunity to play sports with the different academic evaluation than what it was for white athletes. Oh no I didn't know I wasn't in favor of that. I think that everybody it's entitled to an education absolutely and on the same different playing field though. Yes I think everybody's just like the guy from Notre Dame that was speaking seeking what's his name. Paul horny right. He was mentioned. KNAVISH Lower Michigan standards for. I'm not a favor that at all well. Arthur ash said the same thing that everybody no matter whether they're an athlete. Fleet or not should be evaluated on the on the same basis. But yet you see coaches today Darren who are behind prop forty eight saying let look wait a minute. They're not getting the opportunity in order to to be able to To play because they come out of maybe a school system and the example that was used by a a black coach to me. was once that if you're tested and they say you have a cup and it goes with but you weren't taught in that school system a saucer saucer that it's really. It's not fair to evaluate them that way. I'm not sure that that definitely know that. That the test our our our bias. And that's true but I I think there are a lot of options and other about tournedos. Prep School for a year. There's two year colleges. There's a lot of different avenues that players can get in the league. I think what Hersh the most host though is. If you let a lot of people in the system that can't function in the system and then they end up hurting themselves and the system so you have to change things all over again well. That's what's the next question I was GonNa ask you. You see all these college athletes that get into trouble while they're in college. You look at the Baylor basketball situation you look at Colorado Auto you look at the University of Georgia. You look at the University of Minnesota and the basketball program. Why is that happening? Are they. not recruiting good people as well as good athletes. Athletes are coaches so much under pressure that they don't care because they need to have whatever it takes in order to win and be competitive. I think there are a lot of motives behind Matt. They're allowed to issue number one. There's so much money involved in college basketball and football now that I think it's putting a lot of pressure only on the coaches with the athletic directors as as well. I think that that pressure causes people to do things if they're not excited about and I also think I think that the universities as a whole she require their athletes have found. Application Stafford is only division one program aside from the Naval Academy is actually required athletes application. That goes to school and so you get some sort of idea. What kind of athlete? You're getting when when you know an athlete but a person you're getting if you have them do that I. I'm not sure that the NCAA is going to go that where the college and universities are going to go that way but at this I will tell you that the professors run colleges and when they get tired of it they'll take it over here one of the things I've I have been a proponent for and a lot of coaches agree with me on this is that I think that should be created a a degree or core study the program that allows the athlete to have an athletic curriculum. And what I mean by that is not subjects that they're never ever going to use in their life Public speaking speaking computer sciences things that are everyday apple because a lot of athletes in other schools. You know use up their eligibility. Don't make it to the pros rose and are left with no life skills at all. Oh that's true now. What's the reason behind that though and you know somebody asked me a question? Did I think athletes are being exploited by colleges and universities and to a degree. Yes but I think it's awful hard to be exploited when you when you had the opportunity not to be exploited Loyd so every athlete that goes to college has the opportunity to get educated get educated and whether you choose your take that opportunity. You're not is up to you number one off creating special courses. I don't think so curriculum. Other words because a lot of kids they take those courses. It's a question about getting educated. Buddy uh if you don't have a passion for it if you have no English lit come back. I would never use English. They have communication majors. They have political science major. They have computer. Your science may have but you know as well as I do a lot of the kids that come to college. Today are coming out of In environmental situations that are very tough single parent homes uh-huh oriented toward any academics. And yet they want that that athletic talent of that. That's absolutely they want the talent and they're going to go out and get the talent. I think the athletes number one half to have some kind of a desire themselves to personal growing outside. Because if you look at the numbers there's there's a chance of you playing professional sports for special football and you and I fly into the moon tomorrow just about. I mean he's just not for for for the vast majority of the guys. It's not GonNa Happen at so I think we need to make those numbers. No actually have this. I have to have this sheet of paper in my office. Gets every recruit to walks in the door stafford shelter numbers. There are GONNA be thirty. Four first round draft picks. I think you're right. No thirty two years is going to be thirty. Two first round draft picks. That's it after the third round the probability you making the football team about fifteen percent and after that it's even worse than free agents. They even have less than making the football team. So you're talking about a very limited number of athletes the big giant pool of Division One program. That has some division two programs within the NCAA. So those guys aren't going to play professional. Sports I gotta find other thanks to do. And hopefully they get their education while they're in college so if they don't have to learn the hard way now we all know how kids because I have to and sometimes they have learn the hard way but I think showing kids those kind of numbers and let them see that professional sports. Although it is an option is a really small option. What are you what advice do you give Jd? Your son is playing Oregon. You know you'd be surprised very little. You know it's funny. I was talking to him When he was in high school and he was running back in high school he plays Defense Tobacco Oregon trying to tell him about this time telling him about the running back position? He Goes Dan whether you know about playing running back and I looked at him and I was like Oh my God for jd. I guess not much I chart but it was just eye opening. I mean that's how kids are now. They Kinda WanNa do things on their own. They went explore things. Things you learn the hard way any different than when you were a kid. When my dad didn't play football so he couldn't tell me nobody in my family day really but my father taught me discipline and if I was going to do something that couldn't quit and those things will hold true that since you're in Ah College athletics now? You're the perfect person. Having played professional football to ask this question of I love talking to college athletes about the stipend issue about whether they should receive some type of renumeration and all of them. Tell me most of them and I've talked to some. That played up at Michigan. WHO said you know we walk into that stadium? We see one hundred one thousand people there we know so then it's generating a lot of money not only for us but for the other athletic programs as well and in this day and age where a lot of kids come from tough economic backgrounds What what would be wrong with a stipend? I'm not talking about a salary but I'm talking about a stipend of one thousand dollars a year. One hundred dollars a month for ten months that would would help kids economic. Well believe it or not. There are a lot of programs during the day. We're tells grants pell grant and especially in the other camping where kids do have access to money. They just have to apply for him. And if you live off campus you are given this type basically so now now. Here's here's the big question. Does that stipend actually pay enough for them to live in that area. I think that's the problem. We have a Stanford as ours type in stuff is ours. I pay enough to actually live in Palo Alto Bay air and ashes probably know so. I'm all in favor of paying a stipend that helps students live in the area. But that's at Elton brand. Who is Elton brand president brand miles brand At the Indiana now the head of the NC Double A.. Indicated to me what they WANNA do is have scholarships that pay for the cost of the education and that to me is really truly the way to go absolutely. I don't have any problem with that. I think that athlete like the right way to go. But you know as an athlete when I was playing Stanford Stan was pretty four and maybe just my global view of the world or something I thought about all of our other teams that that you know the have nots. All the women's teams and all the other men's teams and support was supported as we were no stanford has thirty eighty four varsity sports and so and and it was funny because I actually participated in track and field as well as a non revenue sport. And so I do. I kind of had an idea of exactly where the money was going. I think you have to have a kind of global view of this. Sometimes you just can't be selfish and focus on your own sport. One of the things I've said is as they could have a car wash at Florida state. USC and they can raise one hundred and fifty thousand dollars which gave a stipend of one thousand dollars to all your scholarship athletes. which would be about one hundred fifty across the board? I think I figured out the numbers one hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year. And if you didn't have the money to do it then you go into a fund. An annuity that that comes from all the broadcast contracts that goes in for schools to dip into. If they have to do it. I mean I just don't understand why they can't find a better way to take care of kids. There's there's a lot of issues involved that college budgets are tight. I know we'd have eight almost nine hundred student athletes and that's a lot of money and so there there. Are there some things that we can do and the NCAA can kind of help us out with that a little bit as well. Do you think there should be a national championship playoff system for college football. You know run. I've thought about that. I actually like talking about it. I think it creates more interest in college football that we not have that one. I think I think having a having a playoff with stop a lot of that talk and I think college football interesting because of it so I'm going to say no you. Are you happy having a good time in your life. Oh God I mean I've known you for a long time. I was at your wedding and I always said I'll tell people it was like the supremes bearing the four tops stop beautiful ceremony Stanford Chapel. It was at this Stanford incredible. Remember looking they can like do. We actually need all these people who who are some of these folks had seven best men and she had seven. I I know I remember that. Yeah I know and I might tell everybody I mean Darren while he was short in stature when he was at Stanford was big of heart and talent and I often often said to you at one time I remember after game. You will always be on the post game show because you're the one you're one of the few football players I can talk to. Yeah I got you by an answer to ride. We only got about forty seconds. Yeah what do you want to do with the rest of your life sitting there saying I'm Actually speaking with gene Washington this afternoon about four thirty and it's talking about maybe getting into professional football at some level or would you like to do assistant assistant general manager or operation. Something like that. I think you would be great. Because you understand the game and I unders- you understand the business aspect of it and I know you'd have Bill Walsh's backing as well so that's something you would you like to be general manager at some point. Maybe I'm not ready for that right now but at some point I will be. I WanNa thank you very very much. You've been a friend for a long time. I cherish our friendship and I also enjoy doing your games it. You were an incredible athlete you had to find. NFL career as well. Thank you my friend. Oh thank you and nobody had more fun than me. Being milk out about it Darrin Nelson with us this hour on sports byline again twelve seasons in the NFL nine and a half of those seasons. Since with the Minnesota Vikings and also played with the San Diego chargers we continue with more of you and sports byline rebuild rebuild. Replace transmission thirty two hundred dollars and I looked brake system a thousand dollars to build a replace engine. Twenty four hundred dollars through this once. You're manufacturer's warranty runs out. It's all on you. Every last cent get protection for covered repairs with a vehicle service contract from Toco warranty unlike other companies with Toko Oko. 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Kahn has been with us before but he has a new book out. This one is called the era chronicling the Yankees the giants the dodgers when they all played in New York City and there are a lot of people that say that that was the golden age of baseball when those three teams were back there and also with the three center fielder builders that they had at that time remember who they were. The dodgers had Duke Snider Willie. mays was playing for the giants at that. Time and Mickey Mantle was in center field for the New York Yankees con authored sixteen books including the boys of summer which sports illustrated name the boys of summer the Best Baseball Book of all time and also this book. The era was was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize and he defines the Arab by the way as that period of time from one thousand nine hundred forty seven one thousand nine hundred fifty seven. This period of time began with Jackie. Jackie Robinson and forty-seven ended with the giants and dodgers last season in New York City. In one thousand nine hundred fifty seven and then right after Roger joins US producer. George Roy will be with us. He has produced documentary called Mantle. It's a wonderful documentary and if you have a chance to check it out you can find it at. HBO and and this is a really what he tried to do. Deliver a balanced account of mantle. who was a man that was really known for his high highs and low lows and Roy chose to do this as an interpretive documentary? Now what that means is that he laid out the central themes of mantle's life any literally leaves it up to you the viewers to interpret your feelings and also about these themes so again. We'll be talking to George Roy. who was the producer of mantle and Roger Connor? Who has written the book? 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The era chronicling the golden age of modern baseball by following the Yankees the giants the dodgers from nineteen forty seven through nineteen fifty seven Roger. Good evening good avenue with us again again. Right always a pleasure to talk to you. Roger Tell me a little bit about the motivation and for writing this new book. Well I live through part of the era I live to part of the era Beginning kind of as a college student when after World War Two the country more or less fell in love with baseball again I fell in love with baseball. We felt good about ourselves. We defeated the The Nazis and fascists the Japanese imperialists millions of people came back from overseas. Some of the names of the people looking back from overseas for the Hank. Greenberg and Bob Feller and Stan musial and Joe Dimaggio We fell in love with baseball. I think in a good marriage you fall in love with each other every so often. That happens the American people in Baseball. And at about that time when we were falling in love with baseball branch Rickey Parson from Southern Ohio confronted vegetables historic racism and Signed Jackie Robinson Larry King likes to say there was never a white is white as Brooklyn dodger. Home White breath segment knows. More about Clark's and do but I it was awful white Nothing compromising Jackie Robinson. There were these Dark dark arms in the euro quantum period ebony coming out from under his white uniform and nineteen forty seven when that happened. Baseball was confronting. Its racism I think we were confronting. How racism and so that the era begins ends with this just incredibly dramatic and painful and shocking Social experiment called the noble experiment. At the time I was there I saw what in later years Robinson and I were friends I wanted to send it down right so that's a pretty long answer to a short question. What are the dynamics that establish an era in baseball or in any sports because you have nineteen forty seven through nineteen fifty seven? How does one determine the beginning and the end of an era? Well this was just this sort of determined itself because uh you begin with the first integrated player Robinson In Brooklyn later in forty seven. Cleveland Indians hired Larry Adobe and Luke Easter and New The dominance in baseball was new. York dominance dodgers and giants to a great degree dominant because they were early in the market for black players Yankees. Because they had the sense to hire Casey Stengel Now comes fifty seven The giants were going under the they drew in New York City area. Fifteen million people drew six hundred thousand fans The dodgers more complicated. It was a concept of a Dome Stadium in Brooklyn the city fathers laughed at it in in fifty seven baseball moved to California. There's still people who would burn Walter o'malley then the president in effigy in Brooklyn but really a change. The change the map of baseball so Jackie Robinson changed the color of as fall in. forty-seven the move to California. Changed a map for baseball and fifty seven. So it's Genera did more or less defines itself one of the things I've always been interested in how much sports reflect society in general and yet when since we have nine hundred forty-seven with Jackie Robinson. Then I believe in nineteen fifty two. We have the Brown decision. Did Baseball in a sense. Start something going. The carried over into society. I think so I think too. Often people give sports too much credit most often. It is a mirror but I remember Seeing Earl Warren go to ebbets field and at that point he was not yet chief. Justice I remember being in the south with Robinson. The dodgers and the braves. I the Boston braves on the Milwaukee Braves. They travel together. There was no Martin Luther King. There was no decision on education and everywhere Robinson went there was this is is just facing was American. Apartheid Robinson went through a terrible ordeal but finally I think as we reported boarded a little bit of the ordeal. Not much press didn't really want to get too involved in it at that point yes. Baseball led the nation away from the racism. It was The historic both to baseball. The country did you uncover anything in your work at about that particular era that we might not have known about that time in baseball. Oh a couple of things yes one was that just a little nugget about the time with the first time. The dodgers went to Philadelphia Last time I checked Philadelphia was not in the confederacy. They pull in in the morning and The station in Philadelphia up to the Ben Franklin in hotel and the Burn Ben Franklin refused to take the dodgers because they would not accept Jackie Robinson so he had an afternoon game. You had twenty five players. Here's milling and lobby. WHO had the trainers coaches writers? No Room at the INN. SORTA like Bethlehem in A couple of thousand years ago. The dodgers considered commuting What finally happened was that the road secretary gotten a cab went around and found another hotel in Philadelphia to work at would take Jackie Robinson that was just a you know a little bit of the surface of the opposition? The strongest Organized opposition was led by some saint. Louis Cardinals who tried to get a strike throughout the league in nineteen forty seven Now it's curious there is. They did fairly well finding recruits and they were going to strike against Robinson The team doctor on the cardinals. Felony Blob hi. This surgeon Used to sing and drink with a reporter for the New York Tribune named Rennie and they were singing sweet adeline headline and having their eleventh. The Bourbon The surgeon mentioned that one. The dodgers game to Saint Louis ready was traveling with the giants than in New York. It was GONNA be Just one hell of a one hell of a Brouhaha Rudd Rennie the report drunk Well high anyway went into a phone call to sports editor sports editor. Cool Ford Frick and the President of the National League knew about us and had taken steps and was saying to individual ballplayers. If you do this you will be. You will be suspended. Half the League may strike. I don't care if the League strikes the United States of America and one person has as much right to make a living playing baseball as anybody else is stories been denied the night but it is really so and somebody who down in La Hoya buzzy vase who was a dodger efficient at the time remember the morning when Ford Frick President of the League called in seven cardinals and said and if you strike you're suspended and that ended the strike also the dodgers as a team was a divided house as well on this issue weren't they they were indeed yes Because as soon as the possibility Robinson coming up became clear at the dodgers. Were on a spring training tour through the Canal Zone. Some of the dodgers led by Dixie Walker Starting to petition which more or less bring up Robinson and And we we quit trade us Finest moment and the up and down exciting adventurous mixed life of Leo Durocher came when he heard about the petition. He looked players up in the canal L. Zone at about three in the morning and he said I'll tell you some fellows. Here's what you can do with your petition. We can't say exactly what he said. This fellow is only the first and they're coming coming and they're kicking and they're scratching their diving and you better be ready and you can take your position and forget your petition. The meeting over go to bid Petition stopped right. There and also stopped when pee wee reese. The dodger captain who was from Kentucky Hall of Fame shortstop himself wouldn't sign it but Leo Durocher later suspended for loose living and sending the Catholic Church in which he had been raised. had I had good moments in bed moments horrible moments but the moment when he stopped that position I think was a hall of fame moment in the life of the richer. Tell me why errors lend themselves to baseball and say not football and basketball. We never hear about that in those two sports. That's a good point right. You don't hear about Basketball during the year of college basketball a little bit pro basketball was played in armories and And you go to a pro basketball game and via danced between halves Football at that time pro football what was regarded by many people. Journalism is a game for bald headed. Uh Beer bellies when you take a look at that Era Between Nineteen forty seven and nineteen fifty seven was there a catalyst. was there something that really symbolizes that entire period. I would say it was. The the triumph of New York is is before the word mugging was in a language everybody wanted to come to New York. Players made the most money you got the most exposure in New York. The writers the Red Smith came from from Green Bay to Saint Louis to Philadelphia to New York. He said when I got a job in New York I felt like I was an actor. Who would finally played the palace? The broadcasters Red Red Barber coming up from Florida way of Cincinnati to New York Yankee broadcaster Alan come up from Alabama to New York. It was the capital of the world. who was a city where everybody wanted to be was a safe city and in this safe city you had three major league teams playing just about as good? Baseball has ever been played in the history of the game. Thank you Roger. Come back and visit with us. Let's make sure we have dinner together. One nine pleasure take care. Roger Roger Connie has authored the book the Era Chronicles the Golden Age of modern baseball by following the Yankees the giants and the dodgers from nineteen forty seven through nineteen fifty seven. So if you're a baseball or a sports buff. I think you'll enjoy this book. I'm Ron Bar. We continue with more four of you and America's sports talk show. It has been said that everyone has book them. But you have the time or the ability to write right your book. Maybe you picked up some skills or head. 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That's eight hundred five eight four twenty five nineteen. This is America's sports talk show sports violent. USA here's Ron Bar. There only a handful of men who you you could call icons when it comes to the respective sports. I think when it comes to boxing you think Mohammed Ali Jim Brown and Football Wayne Gretzky and hockey will chamberlain basketball and one of those in baseball certainly would be Mickey Mantle. There is a wonderful documentary out that you can see on. Hbo Simply called Metal The producer of that documentary. Mary is George Roy and he joins us on sports byline George. It's always a difficult thing to take somebody who is an icon and do something definitive. What were the challenges? Subduing this. Well I think the challenges are always when you're dealing with someone With the Stature of Mickey Mantle is to balance the comprehensiveness comprehensiveness with An interpretive Or an art piece. That is more thematic than anything else. I mean it would be difficult especially in an hour or format to do something that is extensively exhaustive or comprehensive on Mickey Mantle. I mean there's enough baseball in there and there's enough Facts and figures but I think it was an opportunity. It really kind of look at him as a man Look at the Th The ball player of the way that folks did in the fifties was An opportunity to but I think it was more or less to kind of get inside his head and try to experience. What must have felt like to be Mickey Mantle? You have decided to do this. There's an interpretive documentary. Can you explain to everybody what that is taking a look at five or six major themes now you start with His his childhood food and how much of an effect his relationship early on with his dad had on the rest of his life Losing his dad at the age of nineteen and Make he dealt with a lot of things that a lot of people really didn't know about or at least the extent of which a lot of people didn't know that he was really a under What he came to call all the mantle curse later on in his life? All the male members of the family died young including his dad who died before the age of forty so mickey dealt with a lot of things throughout his life if it didn't provide an excuse for his reckless and somewhat dysfunctional behavior later on but at least gave people a backdrop for what for what it must have been like to be him. And I I think that You know I mean the way I look at it as I was interested in Ken. Burns's Jack Johnson piece which was four hours if we had done a comprehensive peace I'm Mickey Mantle. What might have lasted all week? You know so you can only do so much and I just chose to kind of look at a slice of life and have something presented that could be included among A. Ah The more definitive things whether it's books or or other documentaries or long form articles. This was just sort of my opportunity to put my own particular spanner. Take on on sort of what it must have been like to be into feel like Mickey Mantle at time you mentioned about him being an American icon both is a blessing and occurs. Can you explain that a little bit further. Well well I think that the anytime that you're You know in your early twenties. And it's the early fifties and you're going from place to place and you're the toast the town Whether it was put shores or whether it was at Yankee Stadium I mean it must have been great to be Mickey Mantle at times You know to be the Guy I who everyone looked upon as Their particular hero. He was the You know the star of stars I mean being in New York City being in Centerfield our fuel for the New York Yankees. I mean had to be great winning the triple crown the MVP in fifty six and fifty seven going from one show to the next we're television was booming and doing one commercial after another and just sort of being the guy whoever looked upon as the symbol for those times I mean he was not unlike James Dean Marilyn Monroe Elvis Presley. I mean it was Mickey Mantle. He's right in there But you know that comes with a cost. I mean Mickey was always always the kid from commerce. Oklahoma never really understood why people idolize him the way they did He never really got it. never really understood later on in life why grown men would just falter at his feet and crying. His presence never really got why people thought that he was so special. I mean he was always just sort of that kid kid and you know had a lot of difficulties with that When he didn't have the game to to fall back on He was out on the. You know the Rubber Chicken Circuit and doing bank banquet appearances and everyone wanted to kind of belly up to the bar with Mickey Mantle and to buy and drink and to you know to kind of celebrate in this sort of man's man's world world and Mickey admittedly was a poor husband where he was a poor father and he had a lot of There was a lot of wistfulness about him and There was a lot of breath as well and he. He had a difficult time dealing with things that came along with people's expectations of Mickey Mantle. What I found interesting? I did one the very last interviews with Mickey before he passed away in August of nineteen ninety five and he really had come to grasp with his life and with his legacy. I thought and was very the honesty with himself. Because he talked very candidly with me on the program Certainly about the things that he had done and he really wished that Other people would not do the things and make the mistakes that that he did. And in your piece you have a and I'm gonNA paraphrase it here. A comment made by George Steinbrenner the Yankee owner in which he said in his last couple of months he probably did more then what he did during his whole life. Is that going to be his legacy in a sense. Do you think George. I would think that that's part of it and I think that that's part That's the most important important part of his legacy these from the family's point of view. Ns George as well as some others pointed the fact that you know he was. He was braver and death and he wasn't life and he was perhaps more Arawa on the way out than he ever was During his life at least That's the way that he looked on it and You know he could have gone out any number of different ways. He chose shows really to kind of put a public face on his private demons and to kind of have people look at him. As a as it's not being heroic at least in parts of his life and I think that one of the reasons why the family participated the way they did is that you know they think of that as a really important part of his legacy and they WANNA trumpet his eighth and ninth inning And and you know that's what was most important to Mickey and I think that's what's most important the family I mean. It's not really a great. They don't look at it. There's a morality lesson per se. But if they can affect a handful of people who might in fact look at Mickey Story and be inspired by in that regard It's worth it to them. I think most of US would agree that we're a product of our environment and how we were raised in the influences in that and the biggest influence in his life no doubt about it was his father Mutt and he told of me that at one time when he was struggling he said that he called his father and he says you know. I don't know whether I'm GonNa make it or not. And His dad said wait right there. I'm coming to get you if you're going to give op if you're going to be a chicken about this. You don't deserve to be a baseball player. Can you talk a little bit further about the influence of his father and how it affected him both personally and as a baseball player. uh-huh yeah you know and I'll and I'll actually start with that story that was At about a third of the way through the nineteen fifty one season when Mickey was dealing with All sorts of things Major League pitchers had SORTA figured out some weaknesses in his swing. He was over swinging. He was trying to live up to the expectations of the fans and the media and he was also You know directly in the shadow of Joe Dimaggio who's what way out and was clearly You know the Yankee Guy at that point and Mickey was expected to be the next Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig next to measure and he just was not capable of doing it at the time he got sent down and Kansas City and did call his father and his father showed up on his doorstep the next next day instead. Listen if you want to give up pack your bags you can come back and work in the minds and had a real direct effect on him and I think it did show that he that he did care at that. I point in his life he did have some of them. Father was not You know Mr Muravich Mr Moreno Vich. He was not one of these sort of driven guy. He just knew you He sensed it in this young person that he had something special on his hands and he did not want him to end up like him You know he he was A A loving yet demanding father was a guy that Mickey probably could've used the rest of his life. I mean God knows how his life would have turned out. Maybe if his dad had lived twenty years longer I think thank you would have been a more stable person. I think he would have been a more committed person. I think he would have stayed on the field longer. He would've taken better care of himself. obviously there was nothing up in his dad could have done about the injury in nineteen fifty one that eventually led to some of these other injuries. But I think it would have been interesting to see on one hand The influence his dad would have had. And yet you know if you look at Mickey Mantle he might not have been Mickey Mantle without all the the foibles and without all the tragedy that surrounded his life so just sort of goes into making that character I mean he was big off the field on the field and and who knows he might have just been another great player. You know rather than the Mickey Mantel that we all came to now George Roy the producer of the documentary. Manno which you can see on. HBO IS WITH US on Sports. byline you mentioned about those instabilities that he had in life safe Given the way the media is today It was not the same way when he was playing. Do you think that That made it a little bit easier for him to perform the way he did because he wasn't under such great scrutiny. As an athlete would be today. George Yeah I think so and I think that you know he was It also created a certain mystery about him. I mean I think that people knew him about as good as they could know him because he was You know he was out and he was You know the man about town. Yeah but I still think that there was a mysticism about him. I still think that there was a connection at the fans had with him. That would be impossible because all his shortcomings would be out out there For he even realized it so I I do think that it would have been difficult for him to be the way he was back. Then now and I think that's soviet-made part of that era in baseball more charming than it certainly is. Now George Roy is with us the producer again of the. Hbo Documentary. Manno about a former Yankee Center fielder and hall of Famer Mickey Mantle and this is a wonderful documentary. If you get an opportunity to see it I urge you to do so and a little bit later on on we're going to share with you the tribute that we put together when Mickey Mantle died he died in August of one thousand nine hundred ninety five and it's from an interview that we did with him one of the very last interviews that he did with anybody and also we interspersed in that some of his great moments at Yankee Stadium during the course of his career so we will share that a little bit later later on and we'll continue talking with producer George Roy as we continue across the country and around the world with you on sports byline sports our as talking to all the time most heartbreaking moments. You're on my husband to get an echo. Take Printer any book the wrong but as far as sports cartridge cartridges. aww desire paying the ridiculous amount of Hank those you big time. Let me talk to him with us right now. Say Hi dear. It was worth to go take. 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Please check this out because it is a very interesting acting. Interpretive documentary laying out the central themes of mantle's life and really leaving it up to you the viewers to interpret those feelings about those themes George when we talk about Mickey Mantle. The baseball player. What was it that made him so great? Well I think that It's interesting if you look at the record books and I was talking to Bob Costas the night about this is that You know when he burst on the scene in one thousand nine hundred fifty one You could virtually count the switch hitters on one the hand I mean you couldn't even really name and other prominence which hitter and I think the facts were that a decade later they were like sixty switch hitters in baseball so he was the guy right from the start it was different just because he had so much power from both sides of the plate his speed obviously when he first came up was just incredible. Incredible as well I mean he was one of a couple guys that was timed from home. The first and like two seven from the left side so he was just a force I mean he was A comet with a hat on is billy crystal describes him In the movie He was just an unusual Guy Who could do everything and yet he had sort of that. Roy Hobbs Bob sort of natural ability that was just sort of out of the fields of Oklahoma and really just kind of you know unvarnished unpolished. It was she was just sort of like a wild Mustang who just sort of burst on the scene and he captured your imagination right away. He was one of those guys. Who if you showed up at the ballpark and you sort of your SUV? Who've you're you surveyed casually the field your eyes would just go to him? He was just sort of one of those guys. And with the broad back and the seven and just the dynamism of him You know with unparalleled and there are very few players that come along even in this day and age that just sort of have that complete magnetic package. The other thing is timing timing. Is Everything George as you know. And he played in a city at a time which can be certainly said to be the golden age of baseball. Because if you think about it from center fielder standpoint and I talked to Duke Snider when he was playing with the dodgers about this. You had duke Snider for the dodgers. You had Willie mays with a sad with the giants and then you had mantle with the New York Yankees Yeah. I don't think it gets any better than that. And I think that all adds into the Ara of Mickey Mantle Certainly I mean certainly the old Terry Cashman Song certainly and I think that You know him being the dominant player on the dominant team In the Golden Age of Sports Television was first thing on the scene. I mean if you had atv back then chances are the Yankees I mean. They were in the world series every year. They were also the team that was generally on the game of the week from week to week so he was a local and a and a New York story just as Duke and and Willie were but there was just something about the Yankees even during that period that they were national. I mean they were sort of a national team. I mean if you were in St Louis Cardinal Fan you were just as aware of Mickey Mantle And Billy Martin and Whitey Ford and and and before that Phil Rizzuto Joe Dimaggio as you wear your guys. I mean they you know it was just the MIC. And he was a he was a star. I mean he was He it was a matinee idol and in addition to being a baseball player so he was. Just you know you. Just you see him on Phil Silvers and and Ed Sullivan and and you know this is your life. I mean he was the guy. He was unavoidable to some extent. Is there any down your mind George. That if he played on another team any other team Saint Louis or Chicago it would not have been the icon. It would not have been the ARA would not have been the mystique mantle that there is within playing on the Yankees fully early agree. I mean you know it's it's just such an important element. I mean. Statistically you could look at other players whether you're talking about you know an alkaline aura Frank Robinson or You know you just go from city to city and look at those teams and look at their dominant players I mean you know Mickey Mantle Admittedly And statistically was not you know in the top you know one percents Maybe statistically all great players I mean he you know he he he wasn't you know Ted Williams and he wasn't even as an all around player is Willie mays but it. It was just something about all the elements that just fit perfectly. I mean New York obviously was a big part of it but I mean look at the guy I mean look at the blonde hair and the smile and the Blue Eyes and humble personality. And you know He. It's just for that generation. When Dimaggio was on his way out for all those eight to twelve year old kids in the early fifties he came along and he was just immediately only embraced and he was their hero and and is still this day? One of the things that I found interesting about. The documentary is his wife. Merlyn his sons Danny and also David and any of his friends even his longtime mistress. Everybody was protective of Mickey. As far as the image nobody seemed to be cynical angry. Resenting him in any way they did that surprise you as well well. No I think that because you know I think it was impossible for them not to all like him and and I think they all understood him In a capacity in which was difficult for us or his public to understand the all new down deep that he was a good person. that you know. He wore emotions on his sleeve. He was self deprecating He was not special in his own. Is he was IT WAS A. He was a person I mean he was. He was friendly to the to the Doorman in Manhattan to the cab drivers to the to the waiters and the waitresses says I mean everyone knew Mickey is just being a really good guy and I think that They forgave him and they protected him. But I think it was not unlike you doing the same thing for your own father or for a good friend. I mean sometimes you know a person better than the next guy and it's not anything that you're doing that's calculated calculated You're just doing it because you know down deep at that person deserves to be treated that way and I think that that's the way they all look at them in their own way about twenty seconds left so you're happy with the way this came out. I am happy. I'm a very happy and I'm happy that it's made the impact that it's made and I hope that People look at it and and see this great hero who's bigger than life and say to themselves. Well what can I possibly learn about Mickey Mantle. That I already. Don't that already know that I already don't know and come away from it with a better and fuller understanding of of him as a person and You know and move people one way or the other. And that's ultimately the goal is when that film ends Z. Want people to be moved and you want people to you know take a deep breath and say wow. I think we've done that here. Thank you very much George Roy the producer of mantle the HBO Documentary Analysis Share With You our feature and our tribute to Mickey Mantle. He died in August of nineteen ninety. Five the Whiz kids wanted Bobby Thomson had done any and Yogi read. The comics all rock and roll was being born marijuana. We would scorn so down on the corner. The national pastime went on travel. It's all conveys. Aw Aw Kluszewski Talkin Man. Bob Is the scooter the barber and the nuke do they know who. I'm all in Boston. Dude Dubuque especially with me and the Duke Mickey Mantle struck out grounded. I there's a five out to right the wind up in fifty one. I was only nineteen years old and Hank Bauer took me and you know he was like my big brother along with Yogi and Allie Reynolds. And and all those guys you know men billion why they were like little kids compared to the rest and Casey didn't even have to Bali. We did something that was wrong wrong. I mean Casey didn't even have get on us one of them other guys. One of the big brother's on On the team with grabbers shake a little bit and say you better straighten up man. Your money can starting from the left side of the right hander. Working throughout nobody in those being served Magli fees the delivery alert It took him out in bad. Pick any make. Yeah and we got back to Kansas City. I call my dad. We only lived in in Oklahoma about one hundred fifty miles from Kansas City. A KALMAN DAD AD and said Dad Make I don't know I don't feel like I can play baseball. He says were you. Had I sit in Hotel Kansas. The city said wait right there. I'll be right there. And he came up there and when he took about two hours ago he knocked on the door now in the door and he just kinda shoved me meows win. He pulled my suitcase out. Start Claw said what are you doing. And he said I'm taking you home so you can go back and work in the minds with me. He said I thought I raised a man. The second right foot right back against that here is trending line. Let's put supposed to the play fan. Here's the pitch coming down there for that. Yeah Ah I can remember that After the last game Jackie Robinson Albertson came in our clubhouse. This is after we had won the series and he was going around congratulate nearby telling them nice series and he come over and patted me on a bag and he said you're it you're going to be a hell of a player someday. I never will forget that saying one now Mickey Mantle looking down to Frankie or city as that sign go back with the lead away dancing wife and now he goes three one pitch on drive deep right center field Hank Aaron looking over his head ball says Fan Mickey Mantle sets a two run home run into the bullpen in right center field. Well well actually. My favorite year was nineteen fifty six. You know what I won the triple crown and but I the reason I always say sixty one. I think that sixty one on Yankees and I played on some great teams. I think the sixty one Yankees was the best team I replayed on. I mean besides Roger Hitting Sixty one home runs out here. We had probably one of the best Infield I've ever seen put together with cletus boyer at third and Kubeck at second. I mean shortstop and Richardson it. Second Moose and EPI Good outfield and why he won twenty five and lost four. That is just it was just a great team and I always thought it was probably the best team so balls two strikes. Wade's Steve Miller is ready. Here's the payoff pitch by Milica Mantle. I five hundred home run and score at the end of seven completing the six Baltimore for I have a a lot of guys about forty forty five even fifty years old. Come up say make. You have waited forty years for this. I'm glad you went and broke the Is You told everybody and glad you're doing good. You got me back on track and It really makes me feel good to think that I've helped and I just wanted to In the like the thing in the book there I want to tell the kids. Don't take good care of yourself. Don't do drugs and alcohol. What the stadium? Eighteen years ago. I felt much the same way I do right now. I don't have words to describe. I felt better. How appeal now? But I'll tell you one thing. Baseball was real good to me and playing eighteen years in the Yankee stadium for you folks. It is the best thing that could ever have. The whiz kids wanted Bobby Thomson had done it and Yogi read the comics. All rock and roll title was being born from marijuana. We would scorn so down on the corner. The national pastime went on trial talking Kluszewski Tampa Bay as the man and Bob Athere Bob Iran the new in in Houma from Boston to view especially the duke and again and that was our tribute that we paid to Mickey Mantle. After he passed away he died in August of nineteen ninety five. He was a flawed individual. But he's certainly was an icon when it came to baseball and also sports and I really appreciated the manner in which he talked about his life at the end in the mistakes that he had made. But you could also here in talking to him a love that he had for baseball. I'm Ron Bar. We continue with more review and America's sports talk show rebuild or replace transmission. 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Okay Day it's a real opportunity to be great and because it sometimes takes money to make a difference. Serve Ohio provides grants each year to select. MLK Okay Day. Service projects grants this year will support ten projects and more than twenty two hundred volunteers in nine cities. Mary Sherman reporting this story was produced in association with media and the public interest in funded in part by George Gun. Foundation folks in Ohio could search for local volunteer opportunities at the website. Mlk Day Dot Gov and while immigration is all over the news few US students study Latin American history. One Boston teenager recently changed that Isabel. Dori Torres was a student at Boston Latin school when she was an intern. Illegal rights organization in two thousand Seventeen is Carlos a Salvadorian immigrant about to he. Deported is both says. Carlos fled El Salvador and came to Boston about two decades ago. 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Most of these issues have been targeted by Florida. You leaders going into the second week of the twenty twenty legislative session. Among several hot button issues governor rod the satis called for a new law requiring goals to get their parents permission before having abortion. I'm by Clifford. Thanks for starting to week with Public Service we are member endless supported row line public service DOT ORG Up Everybody Jeffrey Cheer With You Frog Phoenix Arizona with all territory presentation of the sports byline broadcast that work in these sports overnight tonight America time block. I'm joined as I am each. And every night by the lovely gender rich in studio here in Phoenix. Arizona add JEN. We've got had a super bowl matchup It's it's something a little bit new. It's a super bowl that we haven't had before It's a couple of teams that have not one in a very long a long time and We get to see the show. That was Patrick. Mahomes over the last two years to get the star for San Francisco for for Kansas City. Oyo Go side at San Francisco. It's Jimmy Garoppolo who Just hasn't had to do much San Francisco is built around their defense. They're built around their running game Garoppolo through pick in a in the divisional round of the playoffs and cowsheds. Stop trusting if he threw just eight passes and it was enough to beat it Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay packers despite a late charge from them. When you're up twenty seven nothing at halftime? It becomes very easy for you Kansas Kansas City. Just didn't let Tennessee to them what they had done to the Baltimore Ravens and the New England patriots before that and that was to allow Derrick Henry to run crazy on them Just sixty nine yards nice for Derrick Henry as the titans just don't have enough in them with their running game to you overcome. What Patrick Mahomes? And that high power chiefs offense was able to do. We've got two weeks until the super bowl so there's going to be a lot of idle times a a lot of filler in between now and then at least from a football standpoint you know we've got basketball going on Martin Luther King Junior holiday that meant lots of Matinee Matinee basketball in the NBA. Kyrie Irving was in front of the microphone. That's a little bit weird How about Kemba Walker? Lebron James seemed for the first time in twenty nine eight tries. She's gender rich up. Jeff rich we got media Monday coming up for you a little bit later St Jude. It's foul territory. It will be right back The football and basketball seasons are in full swing to get into the game with our exclusive sports betting partners bet online dot. Ag Sign up today to receive your fifty percent. 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Sure Pool according to win that championship gave it got to the Super Bowl but away jeep chapter devante talks. I had ups and it is Richard. Sherman oaks the intercept channel. Two seconds one second I snap it just in time to avoid a delay of game. Dave tannahill under pressure still moving right frank chasing shark-infested waters coastguard gives the rate warning. Stay out of the water because Frank Clark. The Shark has just get in Kansas City. Its first trip to the Super Bowl. you're hooking you the foul territory. Now here's all right. Welcome back everyone. We wanted is foul territory. You're on Monday night as we get ready for the two week hiatus between the championship we get and Dan the Super Bowl We are down to just two teams. It will be the Kansas City chiefs returning to the Super Bowl for the first time in fifty years. It's been since since they were victorious in Super Bowl four over the Minnesota Vikings in nineteen sixty nine. That's the nineteen sixty nine season season. Just like this passes was the two thousand nineteen season and We've got chiefs and we've got niners and we've Got San Francisco going for or they're six super bowl in seven tries we've got the chiefs going for their second in three tries at. It's good to mix it up a little bit. Isn't the Chad. Say like there can't be anybody while this cusp sides patriots fans. That are disappointed with this super bowl like the entire country just has to. He's celebrating the fact that it is not the Patriots. Were getting something different this year. It's going to be fun. The congratulations to the field. Congratulations to the other. Thirty one teams. That prevented job. The New England patriots from Advancing to and having an opportunity to win their seven super bowl but It is San Francisco chasing down number six. They had A. They were actually the last of the undefeated teams in Super Bowl more than one or two they five aunt go when we started looking at At at at the niners against the Ravens and in the Super Bowl Vaki got seven years ago now. It was seven years ago now already that we had that big power outage in New Orleans and The Ravens ended up falling apart a little bit in the second. Half San Francisco had the opportunity to win the When at the end of the game and Colin Kaepernick and Jim Harbaugh offense of failed L. to get the job done as the one only loss in niners super bowl history ad? There was a challenge. Put out by the the Atlantic's Judge Mel Hill activists like and this is Martin Luther King Day so we don't WanNa put down activists too much but You yeah she's talking about all the media's gay media shy away from the fact that the last time the niners went to the Super Bowl Colin Kaepernick was leading the charge. and to that I say. How many times do we talk about the last quarterback to a Oh to play in the super bowl for a given team Len Dawson? Who has been retired since before I was born and I'm forty one years old? We're not talking about him with the Kansas City chiefs. I have never heard that conversation before. But I'll steer into the skit here. John I'll talk about Colin Kaepernick. I think that you should stand for the Star spangled banner but we do live in a free country he captured. It could neal if he ever gets a job. But you know that's something that's certainly not guaranteed to him and I don't think that Colin Kaepernick failing to win the super bowl last night or Santa chance is any type of the story going into this one. I am I completely out of line with design thinking for entertainment purposes. I should say that's ridiculous. We should talk about them all the time fever. No I I I agree with you on this one though. I don't understand why he's being brought up in this conversation. I don't understand why anything is being taken away from the team As it is cap wasn't around for years that here's here's he had his chance. And he squandered it and the whole again the whole country laughed at him as he as he squandered his opportunities and now it was disappointed to see that. That was the story this morning but we live in a time where non store and his stories entirety inherited. That vanish team has disappeared into thin. Air Patrick Willis retired Chris Borland retire. Richard Sherman was playing for the seahawks. The Hawks back back that Alex Smith Alex Smith was the backup quarterback. Jimmy Garoppolo is probably still at Eastern Illinois so nothing in Kyle L. Shanahan for that matter was yeah. That's that's that's before his days with the Cleveland Browns. So I'm thinking that he's still with the Houston Texans odder. It's not even bill O'Brien adapt point so there's been a lot of changes since then and two thousand twelve is not relevant in in many ways to the two thousand nineteen season when I think of San Francisco the Super Bowl. If you're if you're GONNA talk historically we're talking about the ones that they want or we're talking about Joe Montana Diana and kind of funny. There's a little bit of Italian here. I don't know if you've ever seen the highlights from nineteen eighty eight when Joe Montana came back against the I Guess Cincinnati Bengals Bengals. Saturday late kick return which put them up by three points. Niners had to go the distance field. ABC Bad you've got this offense lineman in the niners huddle this year. That particular year as Montana comes out try. It offered to drive his team down the field olden and win the Super Bowl for the forty niners. At that point I think that would have been their third. They'd beaten the bengals before they'd beating the Miami Dolphins in in Dan Marino's arenas rookie year and here. They're playing Assias in and and the Cincinnati Bangles add I guess there's guy big big on running into the celebrities even the NFL player because the NFL is very different thirty years ago than it is now and he was just he just looked up he said he saw John Candy in the stands and he says he's like isn't that John Candy. 'CAUSE 'cause the guy who'd seen all these celebrities during Super Bowl Week had mentioned on gigante so he's just trying to relax team and of course The niners come back there is. There's a tie in with that related to Joe Bach. Who along with Troy Aikman? We'll be calling super bowl. Fifty four yards Gulf three months. From now I mean it's actually only two weeks but this this week off in between his just completely pointless in my mind. Yeah I'm not even excited about the Provo this this weekend. I don't think I ever do. I wash it to be ever watch it. Will you were around usually travel. I don't remember any pro bowls for considering we use it for travel for sporting events and I don't recall the traveling to the pro bowl itself whether whether it was Hawaii or Miami or it's in Orlando where they don't actually host a pro football team but no I'm not excited about the pro. I don't I don't actually know who's any because this I say I don't even know who's playing we ended up sending a bunch of other studies had Actually I'M GONNA be in Florida this weekend and My my friends A seven year old has a flag football game on conflicts with that. So that's what I will be doing in Florida rather than watching the pro ball and enhances on a seven year old league flag football the pro bowl in knowing nothing about either of the seven year old flag football teams. I'm going to stay it. Definitively that it's going to be competitive game. I'll probably a little bit more effort than we're GONNA see Tunsil tons and what else. What else tons tons of more effort from these little seven year olds tons more effort from these little fearless? They don't they don't know that they could just break their fever. Burn be done for the. NFL could have an all star game. That people would care about. No I I I mean what do you do. Do you have it after the Super Bowl and then you have people who played in the Super Bowl actually play or don't hurt nobody in the super bowl or not. Nobody wants to get hurt for the the regular season coming up doubt off ables meaningless set up the most meaningful game here which is Super Bowl. Fifty four in Miami A week from this coming day. She's rich I'm Jeff Rich. You're in foul territory with us Jen Scott scores the other side. Don't go anywhere we'll be right back You're listening to sports overnight. America The at twenty eight I'd struggled with. We'll get an meth addiction for twelve figures. 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What he does is makes life so much easier? Everybody Deal Golden Pass from the furthest around these ducks in the Minnesota zone is it goes move back Lodwick ten not pi final seconds with Sean. The report says Jen rich is always keeping score here on sports sports overnight America. Good Evening Jen rich over here with your final scores from Monday January the Twentieth Light Day on the ice in the NHL as they prepare for their all star break visit. Mckinnon has two bowls putting him at thirty for the season for a third straight year as the avs win six. Six to three over Detroit's the panthers won a fifth straight with a five to four defeat of the wild on a last second goal over on the Hardwood in the NBA. Washington attend broke a three game losing streak with a one. Oh six to one hundred win over Detroit. Seventeen points by Norman Powell in the fourth gave Toronto a one twenty two to one seventeen win in over Atlanta the nets fell to the seventy sixers. One Seventeen one eleven. Cleveland came up short on New York. Losing six to eighty six to the Knicks James Harden. I want one for seventeen from the three. And the rockets blew a seventeen point lead to the thunder losing one twelve to one zero seven. The heat rallied late and beat the Kings one eighteen eighteen to one thirteen in overtime. Bill Walkie beat Chicago. One Eleven. Ninety eight the PELICANS STOPPED MEMPHIS. Seven game winning streak with a one twenty six to sixteen when the Hornets. It's still with no sting tonight. They lost one of six to eighty three to the magic. Boston handed the Lakers their largest loss of the season. One thirty nine to one zero seven final there. The beat up similar Wolfsfeld one zero seven one hundred two. The Nuggets Phoenix got edged out by San Antonio weren't twenty to one eighteen San Antonio also blue pretty substantially but obviously do they hold on the jazz led all night long and beat the passive Pacers to snap a three game losing skid one eighteen to eight final there anna a demon Lord had a career high sixty one points in the trail. Blazers won twenty nine to one twenty four overtime win over Golden State. And that's a wrap from me. Dance John Back over Jeff. All right welcome back in We are in foul territory with yours. Truly Jeff Rich and of course jen rich just gave you your final scores for the night. Obviously the weeks leading up to the Super Bowl. That's going to be the big story. We could say super bowl here. You know the deal. Go with that Jan.. You're selling something you can't use super bowl to sell it. You're just talking about the game. You called Super Bowl Day and night ad. It's kind of funny that the chiefs are in the super bowl all because This game was named the Super Bowl after a after Lamar Hunt's child who do you remember those. Those laws used to get out of the vending machine. Sometimes they come in a little plastic casing and it bounced up and down you call. It's called him super bowls. Yeah so all our this this championship game between the American Football Conference in the National Football Conference is referred to as the as is the super bowl because it you know it is. It was named applejack back. Then it's become a very popular thing. It's the most popular sporting event going. And it's it's open to be talked about but we had a little bit of hockey. We had a little bit of a lot of basketball. All David Stern kind of implemented this thing where You have a full slate of games on Martin Luther King Day starting during the day and UBA takes aches Christmas to showcase. And they take Martin Luther King Day to showcase your Lakers in Boston on national TV. But I'm looking at the abbreviation for Lakers it says L. A. L. F.. I was listening to correctly during During your scores L. A. L. Kind of has to stand for largest loss of the season. Right yeah your offer letter there. L. A. S. OF LOSS OF SEASON LIVING EH L. was L. O. L. Today. Yeah Yeah Yeah and then and then you had a little fun with still no sting in the Hornets. Let's point. They just got a couple of blowouts dot had a good couple of games but a charlotte. Yeah they're all existence. It's it's a lot like it's a lot like that of the browns. I mean they lobster team so they reinvent themselves with the new name and then they just take the old name anyway. Bob Cats for awhile. That's right I forgot about that. Yeah so the Charlotte. Hornets moved to New Orleans. They became the New Orleans Hornets. And then Charlotte new team called the Bob cats outs and then New Orleans decided that they need to be the Hornets anymore. So they give Hornets back to Charlotte and Orleans became elegance. Did you remember that which is really sad because the jazz are still Utah. I know that Scott on the other side of the glass hates the fact that the jazz play in Utah. Now and there's a team in New Orleans doesn't get to be the jazz because that's that's the most appropriately name for a team in that city. The the jazz went to play in Utah where they don't allow music. Don't allow allow music. They're called the jazz. It's like Utah that just under a certain percent there just has to be an earth three percent in the AFC all the Salt Lake City teams the stallions if they really want to be a little bit more inappropriately named up there Korea with the bat. Utah Basketball team. They could rename them to the Hellenes I that would be the most perfect anti Utah. Anti Air probably anti anti LDS church Way To go with the basketball team. And they're they're trying to. They're not try to hurt anybody. It's just I think that they unintentionally irked everybody by taking the jazz ads out of out of knowledge. Maybe the short sleeved button ups who short sleeve button up so mouthful. The doors orders. Yeah the UTAH. You haven't been to talk about your Lord and Savior. Can I leave the UTAH. Can I leave this documentation with you. Okay Okay the Utah proselytisers your word. Right I won't be able to tell you terrible. Those words okay. So names or math. SA- big Deitz here triple doubles. James Harden Natta big night. TRAE TRAE young He had a really bad night. He was one in seventeen from the three and they blew a seventeen point lead. You'll you'll live by. James Harden Die James Harden. I guess that's all say the warriors are actually going to pull it off oversight. It's kind of funny. How rare Golden State win is these days given that yelled their dominance over the last couple of all seasons? But you said that the Portland did manage. Come back and win that game in overtime they did it at sixty one points six sixty one points all right. That's a lot of points couple of former cavaliers our gets you here The lots of West. There's a brutal video of him I being beat up in the street and then and Talking to what looks like authorities after the fact young the mighty fall quite often but The tumble that Lante Not West has taken. I can't even watch this video. I mean this guy played for the cavs at about ten years ago. So it's not like he's this recent player. I legally a young lady. Mira of Lebron onepointoh there in Cleveland and You Know Apple over with a guitar case. Full of weapons a few years after he played his last game in the NBA. Yea and our about five years removed from him in the NBA and he's You know the video suggests that he's either lost his mind or he's he's lost by because he's high on drugs and This is a guy that needs help. I couldn't even watch sound of the video because lead the image. The imagery just looked so bad. He used Wi- watched watched him lay limp in this in the streets with traffic stopped while somebody beat him up and then yell the aftermath is him just beat up on the side of the street looking like it you know he never are never had a job at his life. Let alone was a professional athlete. Once upon a time so Dr West Bad I care about you here in Phoenix. I hope hope that you get whatever help you need. And you know you can you can have a life. That's that's that's worth living. That's kind of sad Maybe even more out of different realms Kyrie Irving can we hear that for Kyrie Irving Scott and when I was out for those seven weeks saying anything and still people are still saying things. It's about me. It's it's inevitable. They crucified Martin Luther King for speaking about peace and social integration. It was it you know you go back to historical leaders and great people in society. The do great things and they're still gonNA talk. It is what it is like. I know what I stand for. I'm a great family man. I have great values core values. Basketball stuff is a game at the end of the breath. All right Kyrie irving making a comparison to the criticism. He's received for sitting out game with that of Dr Martin. Martin Luther King. I can't we this often any way other than ridiculous. Obviously the same thing I I obviously the same thing. I can't believe you can't see how similar the says Kyrie Irving hit a big shot that led the cavaliers to victory for a championship Golden State. So I think they were gonNA call that little that that little clip right. There were to call that his. I have a ring speech. He thinks the earth is flat. He thinks this flat. He thinks that like are we surprised that he's making ridiculous statements like this. He thinks the earth is flat and I really hope that his peers first of all. There's no helping him because he doesn't talk OPTUS teammates. So the there's no. There's no his teammates talking to him and he'll with someone like him. Do you think benefit from teammates talking to. I'm about it. No because he'll always listen to himself so You know I wanna have sour grapes against Kyrie Irving Aspirin it's way out of one but That's guy that clearly needs. Take that help some guides. She's generous object. Rich Ulysses foul territory out sports overnight. America this is sports byline broadcast hour. And we'll be right back and and when I was out for those seven weeks not saying anything and still people are still saying things about me. It's it's inevitable. They crucified. Martin Luther King for speaking about peace and social social integration. It was it you know. You can go back to leaders and great people in society that do great things and they're still going to tell you it is what it is like. I know what I stand for from a great family. Man I have great values core values. Basketball stuff is a game at the end of the day. It must be that dumb. You're listening to sports overnight. America attention to anyone. That's written a book a wants to write a book. The process is not that complicated located take a first step. Even if you write a page a day you build momentum and your book will become a reality. The hard part is getting it published. That's when you we need to call page publishing. They've got hundreds and hundreds of thank yous from different new authors. Just like you they made the process of publishing your new book. Look and getting it. Sold online a simple process. You can learn how simple it is right now by calling for your free page publishing new author submission kit one quick quick three minute phone call. 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Yeah so that wasn't the original Regional Game Plan I. I'm pretty sure it probably would happen because I don't think there's anything else going on that night but yeah I did attempt to get to Chicago this weekend for a funeral service and I unfortunately selene to not make it for this said service because winter storm Jakup had other plans and I was not able to get out of Phoenix on Friday. Evening as this. You know because you took me back and forth to the airport. Well I made a couple of roundtrips between the ranch and the airport and I thought that I might end up making a couple more before the night is is through. You had a seven twenty fly to think we Gotcha the airport at like six o'clock about the twenty minutes without traffic a little bit longer with rush hour traffic on Friday about three minutes from the driveway and the phone rings and your flight was bumped back. It was delayed like seven hours hours and at that point I pretty much realized that that plane wasn't taking off at midnight. Yeah and you were. You were spared. I was what was the what was it was disappointing to not make it out to the service Great Guy gave me a wonderful job. I got to see a lot of a lot of Chicago theaters and sports places. It was me it was working a smoothie stand but I got to see a lot of great concerts and events which called you call you you call. Your mom passed said Smoothie over here man. They're really busy is now calling for years but yeah I mean United Center Senior Center time but Yeah so ideally flew back in for that and then try to try to catch Bulls Bulls cavs on Saturday. Okay and then. The lack hawks were home on Sunday. Nice Little Double Dip at the United Center it was not to be Yeah so got notification that the flight was flat out canceled and wasn't GonNa Make Ak- for the service so I just didn't go at all. I think it was like negative twenty degrees Sunday morning with the wind. Chill so as I recall. We actually sat outs sat out by the. We didn't go in the pool but we sat out by the pool in a short sleeves and shorts odds on this all right about The weather while I was here in Phoenix though because it was it was a beautiful weekend. All right here. We're going to play game ever again. So we're play out media Monday. I thought extinct versus fouts went pretty well as sort of stick to it. And here's the highest. I mentioned John Candy earlier in the Joe Montana Super Bowl story. I assume that it is the super bowl again. Everybody's looking back to super bowl four which was called by Jack Bach back in the day. his you know his pass the torch touchdown to his son and now his son will call the very next chief superbowl fifty years later. So Joe Bach at you have Jack Bach and had you know we can't keep it that simple. Such as Joe Versus Jack is versus versus Bach and our Third Bach is no other than uncle. Buck John Candy from one thousand nine hundred eighty nine movie Scott we have a sample salad of ankle. Buck buck all right right so so. That's uncle buck. That's John. Candy from nineteen eighty nine uncle. Buck have you seen that movie. Just say I'd love John Candy and most of the stuff he does but I'm pretty positive. Is it if I hate. That movie. Probably should've watched it again this weekend since I was around because I don't remember a lot about it but I feel like I don't like it. I think the caller Kalkin you stole the show and he's in like four hundred. Yeah yeah he's the he's The sun is a song they have the teenage daughter. That kind of looks like the sister from first whereas Buehler's Day off. I think it's it's John Hughes movie so they actually use that same Shurmur Highschool Let's let's Kinda get into it. Buttresses buck versus Scott what's let's get Jack. Fox's she knows knows what he sounds like hurry and then his son Joe Book It is a Disgusting Act by Randy Moss all right You have the voices you got. Go Buck. Yeah it's all multiple gas sir. Joe Buck or Jack Buck so here. We're here we go round one and it's got this quarter go downtown and have a wrap that thing off your face. That's definitely uncle buck. That's it's okay we go and we got so defects now. We're we're we're moving. Yeah we're getting this forgiveness you gotta get the answers right. Otherwise what what happens. If she gets an answer wrong the punishment would be to listen to more Joe Book were Joe Joe Buck stepping out of cat or something okay. So you're one one for one hundred points so secular keeping points out Zeiger outboards double and in the honor of our educator. You Watch prices right having the holiday morning It's it's allowed around the house but You know points and whose lives are worth nothing and here we go ranch. You points double this route Let's got which WHO's longer three five as I wish. That was a fireable offense not knowing that. That's Joe Buck Walk. I know what it's Joe Buck. There's a certain feeling in my stomach. Is that randomly. Feels like vomiting all over myself. When I hear the sound of the sake I think docked points for for the sake of John's nausea? Let's let's just hope that this third clip is that job market. It's got you don't like clowns it's still. Yeah my uncle buck right. Yeah it'd probably is from that movie you could really just pay John Candy saying anything right now and I just respond Uncle Buck luck. Well we wouldn't do that to you. We wouldn't like throw the great outdoors clip since I know that whole movie by Heart. So is that your favorite movies so I was GonNa Watch that movie on the way back to Chicago actually said downloaded. It's like one or two movies. I've downloaded also this way hurts you that you didn't get that trip. You didn't get that cram time I'll just watch it at work tomorrow. That's fine all right. Let's give you the next one. I want to give you a few seconds to think about it. So let's let's get the club. Do you have a few drinks this this morning. All right. I think you did didn't you. Let's give jet. I've got a few seconds to think about this year. Scott silence is yes still uncle buck. Is it uncle buck. I think we need to step up our game here on these Avi samples. He's he's GonNa be a little bit. Let's see what the next one is. I was a little tough. That one's probably jacket uncle buck. Only jackpots just weeks played the Buzzer to uh-huh because my stomach felt fine all right so you're listening to foul territory on sports overnight. America where you're in the middle of our media Monday segment and this it is bucket versus versus Uncle Bach. And do we have any more Scott Bug bug doc is there a little similarity there still. Is it Toko book there. We go there we go. I don't know. Did we have any more for you. Let's see I'm looking at the looking at the cheat sheet right here today and tomorrow I'll drive you to school in my role the jams and walk you to your first glass now. I know you think you know the answer here. Jan and remember I remind you that your choices are are Joe Buck. WHO's calling super bowl? Fifty Four Jack Cusack who called Super Bowl four and uncle block hoop. What's heard of the Super Bowl? Joe Buck who calls every single thing that they will allow him to call call even if it means traveling like ridiculous amounts in between things people call it is what you mean whether it's world everything or not get away away from the guy. It doesn't matter what I'm watching. It's his voice. I'm just writing down folks all right. It says socket Bach. It says such a Scout Scott. Let's get the clip one more time just just so we could hear it one more time all right. We don't have acute up. So you're you're GONNA it was. It was something about nats bogs and standing up today and tomorrow I'll drive you to school in my role into jams and walked in a goal. I'll go back is oh there we go. We got audited takes really putting one actual joe in there. Oh Yeah I would give this kind of how this works. We bombard you with the ridiculous with put. Okay okay. We we put a mild sports. Diane and Jack Lucky is an iconic announced or are they joe buck is just kind of what we what we settle with his Zeynep disgusting by randomized. Just the sound of his voice. I just I just and you gotta hear it all baseball baseball season log. And then you had aired off policies line ad he calls the US Open but he doesn't do much from the end of the Super Bowl and still you know an AH until they start calling games nationally During baseball season this is the year he starts doing like hockey and basketball and just like seriously one of everything every single day. Yeah you know I mean Fox has got a bit on those things. I mean right now you can you really don't get hockey anywhere but the the NBC sports network and the NHL Channel Hockey is. It's almost like if you don't end up on. ESPN you end up in this black hole of Sports Broadcasting Allah the PAC twelve networks. So everything is wrong. Every time I met at work I wanNA hear that. Very Tony Romo Gymnast. Everybody's kind of cool with that. I think everybody likes the Sunday night. Guys nobody likes the Monday night. Football is nobody likes. Joe Buck I addictive. Everybody can kind of take troy aikman because when Troy Aikman's talking it means the Joe Buck is not but You know the guy does a decent job Fox bus like him and the rest of the enough people that like Kim that Fox keeps them in that position. Otherwise they're just the they're going for the long on thinking his father for his efforts with Glee that will. CBS But he did a lot. OUGHTA radio He did you know did Saint Louis Cardinals Games and I think it's crazy that the bucks are associated with Saint Louis but it's it's Joe's wasted cubs fans waited one hundred eight years to hear Kris Bryant ground. Al Field Michael Martinez his ground ball and throw Areso. Just in time to get the final out of the two thousand and sixteen world series so I ha- cubs fans jokes on you. Joe Block Walk is the voice of your greatest moment. All right. We'll throw it through a break. She's Jet Jeff. It's sports sports overnight. America's foul territory. It will back him up by two winter water order by Clark Knowsley by the poor out seven by remain GONNA World Series on that one. Yeah you're listening to foul territory. I'm the wife in writing. Here's a great way to save money me on your prescription medications. If you take Viagra or Cialis we can give you away to pay as little as two dollars. A pill compare. That price is high as sixty dollars per tablet cabinet. 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That Way San Francisco Touchdown Forest Dr the second and five longs. He's got he's going to air it out down the pass. They touched sixty nine. You're listening to foul territory with Jeff and Jen rich all right. Welcome back in everyone. You're listening to foul territory. Thanks for state up with provider that you get us live at ten. PM Pacific Time. Jen and I are on the Mike back from Phoenix Arizona at ten. PM Pacific Time. And you know you're GonNa get all these interesting little facts about the super bowl that come about jen and and this one was really surprising to me that with Patrick Mahomes from Texas tech starting in the Super Bowl tax the state of Texas now has an alumni I in the NFL Najah brees was from Texas. But he went to purdue like Bob Greasy and a couple of other Starting quarterbacks from purdue but I was really surprised is to hear the Texas Tech is the only school that has produced a super bowl. Starting quarterback and Jimmy Garoppolo will actually be the Second Illinois Royce School representative to start in the Super Bowl. He just had to take a stab at one of the other schools in Illinois. Where starting quarterback in the Super Bowl has attended attended school? What what would your guess be probably you of I while it's been a while since they've had a good program? Why and it was actually starting quarterback in Super Bowl twenty against the Chicago? Bears Tony Easson. So Ohio's only had two it's youngstown own state and Miami. Ohio state has zero because Ben Rothlisberger went to Miami. Roger Gorski went to Youngstown state were running out of time tonight. What are they watching? TV On Tuesday Jon Tomorrow. We should do penguins at flyers not begin for the flyers but is for the penguins as they are barely trailing The caps the Metropolitan League sports. And that'll take us into the all star break for Gender Rich Scott on the other side of the class my name is Jefferson is Ben fell territory. Now Stay Komo sports community next hour on the sports byline broadcast network. I got a goal San Francisco for ten drives up to Rob Lowe on the quarterback sneak circuit ahead Kennedy cancelled touchdown San Francisco. This is sports overnight. America breath. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting live twenty four seven news. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram's uh-huh skelly newscasts for January the twenty first twenty twenty. I'm Mike Clifford. As presidential hopefuls. Make their final pitches to islands before. The upcoming caucuses are Mike. 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Kalyan in an effort to conceal the president's misconduct in the dark of night advocates for children to gather in Frankfurt this week to push for policies that benefit children and families which on Thursday hundreds will rally to urge legislators to consider boosting childcare assistance and enact a state level refundable earned income tax credit it for low income families among other reforms Whitley County high school senior. Nellie Ellis plans to attend the rally. She says young people are paying attention. Two lawmakers actions. I think it's also impactful for legislators to see people my age being so passionate about these issues we share stories stories that we've experienced or those that come from other kids that we know and that really speaks to the legislators children's advocacy day begins Thursday morning running at ten in the State Capitol Rotunda for more Information Visit Kyi Youth Dot Org. I'm Nadia Ramlogan. In twenty eighteen. 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A pack but hope thinks that doesn't go far enough enough almost one. In Four Virginia high school students uses tobacco in some form according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. I'm Diane Bernard this fall. One person died and at least thirty report lung injuries from using vaping products. That's according to the Virginia Department of Health backers of to broadband bills hope to improve the state of Internet service in the state of Maine one of the most rural states the county state Senator Shayna bellows sponsoring the main broadband initiative as as well as he loves the station to fund it. which is securing later this month? I grew up without electricity When I was a kid today? If you're a kid growing up without Internet you're not you're at a similar disadvantage bellows liddy similar effort to improve broadband access in two thousand seventeen past within failed to get enough funding. Finally Eric data reports advocates for youth and critical programs outside of school or at Olympia Today for Youth Development Advocacy Day organizations that provide mentoring during case management and expanded learning programs after school and in the summer are letting lawmakers know the importance of their programs for empowering Young People Elizabeth Cole so is with housing. Hope a program in Everett that provides wraparound services for homeless families. She says the kids they work with get educational support and have a place to go while other parents look for jobs and housing. It's also really important that the kids find positives mentoring relationships that help the children in build that self confidence in themselves other people besides their parents and their life telling them that they're worthies that they're going to become something groups in Olympia today. Include the boys and girls clubs of Washington State Schools Out Washington Washington State Alliance. YMCA's and more in Washington state more than one hundred hundred eighty thousand kids or rolled at after school programs more than three hundred thirty thousand waiting for an available program. I've by Clifford Republic New Service. We are member ATLA. Supportive of public service star Weiji because no one ever said life is fair. Here's foul territory with Jeff and Jen on sports overnight America Erica. What's up everybody Jeffrey? Here with you frog Phoenix Arizona with foul territory presentation of the sports byline broadcast. Is that work in these sports overnight. America time block. I'm joined as I am each and every night by the lovely Jen rich in studio here in Phoenix Arizona. And Bad Jen. We've got a super bowl latch off It's it's up a little bit new. It's a super bowl that we haven't had before It's a couple of teams that have not one in a very long time and We get to see the show. That was Patrick. Mahomes over the last two years. Get The star for Sanford's airfare for Kansas City San Francisco. It's Jimmy Garoppolo. Who just hasn't had to do much? San Francisco is built around their defense. They're built built around their running game. Garoppolo through pick in a In the divisional round to the playoffs and Kyle Shanahan stop trusting through. Just eight passes at it was enough to beat Aaron Rodgers as agree bay packers despite a late charge from them. When you're up twenty seven at nothing at halftime it becomes very easy? Easy for you Kansas City just didn't let Tennessee do to them what they had done to the Baltimore Ravens and the New England patriots before that and that was was to allow Derrick Henry to run crazy on them. just sixty nine yards nice for Derrick Henry as the titans just don't have enough in them Our their running game to overcome. What Patrick Mahomes? And that high-power chiefs offense was able to do. We've got two weeks until the super bowl so there's going to be a Lotta title. Time is going to be a lot of filler in between now and then at least from a football standpoint you know we've got basketball going on Martin Luther King Junior holiday that meant had lots of matinee basketball in the NBA and Kyrie Irving was in front of the microphone. That's a little bit weird. How `Bout Kemba Walker beating? Lebron James seemed for the first first time in twenty nine tries. She's Jen rich object rich. We got media Monday coming up for ya a little bit later St Jude. It's all territory and we'll be right back. Yeah I can't football and basketball. All seasons are in full swing to get into the game with our exclusive sports betting partners bet online dot. Ag Sign up today to receive your fifty percent. 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Yeah that's a championship game and go to the superbowl. What a way to get the jeep shot at ups and it has Richard Sherman? Bactheatre sent his one son. I snap it just in in time to avoid a delay of game tannehill under pressure still moving to his right Frank Clark chasing shark-infested waters. The Coast Guard gets three warning. Stay out of the water biggest pray Clark. The short has just given Kansas City headscarf. First trip to the Super Bowl in fifty. You're hooking you the foul territory now. Here's jetted surrogate. Welcome back in everyone and it is all territory. You're on a Monday night as we get ready for the two week hiatus between the championship ship weekend and the Super Bowl We are down to just two teams. It will be the Kansas City chiefs returning to the Super Bowl for the first time in fifty years. It's been since they were victorious in Super Bowl four over the Minnesota Vikings in nineteen sixty nine. That's in nineteen sixty nine season. Just like this past season was the two thousand nineteen season and We've got chiefs. We've got niners. And we've Got San Francisco going for their six super bowl in seven tries. I we've got the chiefs going for their second in three tries and it's it's good to mix it up a little bit. Isn't it Chad as it say like there can't be anybody besides Patriots fans that are disappointed with this year super bowl like the entire higher country just has to be celebrating the fact that is not the Patriots. Were getting something different this. You're GONNA be fun. The congratulations to the field. Congratulations to the other thirty. One teams was that Prevented the New England patriots from Advancing to having an opportunity to win their seven super bowl but It is San Francisco Cisco Chasing Down Number Six. They had A. They were actually the last of the undefeated teams super bowl more than one or two OP. They had five aunt. Oh when we started looking at fifty eight you know at at at the niners niners against the Ravens in the Super Bowl Vaki seven years ago now it was seven years ago now already that we had that big power outage in New Orleans and The Ravens ended up falling apart a little bit in the second. Half San Francisco had the opportunity to win the When at the end of the game and Colin Kaepernick and Jim Harbaugh's offense failed to get the job done the one and only loss in niners super bowl history? Had there was a challenge. Put out by the The Atlantic Atlantics Judge Mel Hill. Who is very Activists like and this is Martin Luther King Day so does we don't WANNA put down activists too much Yes yeah she's tired. All the media's watch the media shy away from the fact that the last time the niners went to the Super Bowl Colin Kaepernick was leading the charge and added to that I say. How many times do we talk about the last quarterback to a ought to play in the Super Bowl for a given team? I mean Len Dawson. Then who has been retired since before I was born and I'm forty one years old We're talking about him with the Kansas City chiefs. I have never heard that conversation before but I'll steer into the skit here. I'll talk about Colin Kaepernick. I think that you should stand for the Star spangled banner but we live in a Free Country Colin Kaepernick ca neal. If he he ever gets a job but that's something that's certainly not guaranteed to him and I don't think that Colin Kaepernick failing to win the super bowl last time. The niners Santa chance is is any type of a story going into this one. I am I completely out of line with this line of thinking for entertainment purposes. I should say that's ridiculous. We should talk about autumn all the time so no I. I agree with you on this one though. I don't understand why he's being brought up in this conversation. I don't understand why anything is being taken away from. The team as it is cap was been around for years. And then he had his chance. And he squandered it and the whole again the whole country really laughed at him as he squandered his opportunities and now it was. It was disappointing to see that that was a story this morning but we live in a time. Where non stories raise our stories event that is vanish? That team has disappeared into thin. Air Patrick Willis retired Chris Borland retired You know Richard Sherman. It was planning for the seahawks back back that Alex Smith Alex Smith was the backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo is probably still at Eastern Illinois. So nothing you know Kyle Shanahan for that matter was you know. That's that's that's before his days with the Cleveland. Browns aren't thinking that he's still with the Houston Texans adder. It's Bill O'Brien at that point so the others had a lot of changes since then and and and two thousand twelve not relevant in many ways to the two thousand nine hundred nine season When I think of San Francisco in the Super Bowl if you're talk historically talk about the ones that they want and we're talking about Joe Montana and it's kind of funny? There's a little bit of a tie in here. I don't know if you've ever seen the highlights from nine thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight when Joe Montana came back against the I Guess Cincinnati Bengals Bengals a lolly kick return which put them up by three points nine or sad to go the distance of the field at You've got this offensive lineman in the niners huddle this year. You know that particular year as Montana comes out try you know in an effort driver's team down the field and when the Super Bowl for the forty niners at that point I think that would have been their Their third they'd beat the bengals before they'd beaten the Miami Dolphins and Dan Marino's rookie year and here they're playing and the Cincinnati Bangles add. I guess there's guy that will see. Oh big big on run into the celebrities even though he's an NFL player the NFL is very different thirty years ago than it is now and he was just he just looked up. He said he saw John. Candy in the stands and he says Isn't that John Candy. 'CAUSE 'cause the guy who'd seen all these celebrities during Super Bowl Week had mentioned on gigante so he's just trying to relax his team and of course The niners anders come back. There is a tie in with that related to Joe Bach. Who along with Troy Aikman? We'll be calling super bowl. Fifty four Yell three months from now I mean. It's actually only two weeks but this this week off in between is just completely pointless in my mind. Yeah I'm not even excited waited about the Provo this weekend. I don't think I ever do. I watch it to be ever watch it. Will you watch it or we around usually travel. I don't remember any pro votes for consider user travel for sporting events and I don't recall you know traveling to the pro bowl itself whether whether it was in Hawaii A or Miami or you're in Orlando where they don't actually host a pro football team but no I'm not excited about the pro ball. I don't I don't actually know who's in it because I don't even who's playing. We ended up sending a bunch of other studies had actually. I'm going to be in Florida this weekend and I I my friends Seven year old has a flag football game on You other conflicts with that. So that's what I will be doing in Florida rather than watching the pro bowl. Aw Chances on a seven year old league flag football game the pro bowl knowing nothing about either of these seven year old flag football teams. I'm going join Jew State. Definitively that it's going to be more competitive game I'll probably a little bit more effort than we're gonNA see Tunsil taunts what else tons I said tons and tons of more effort from these little seven year olds do tons more effort from these little savvy fearless. They don't they don't. I know that they could just break their fever and be done from the NFL could have an all star game People would care about I mean what do you have it after the Super Bowl and then you have people who played in the Super Bowl actually play or no hurt. Nobody absolutely the Super Bowl. We're not nobody wants to get hurt for the regular season. Coming down off bulls meaningless game sets up the most game of the year which is Super Bowl. Fifty four or in Miami A week from this coming Sunday. 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Good Evening Jen rich over here with your final scores from Monday January the twentieth light Jay onto the ice in the NHL as they prepare for their all star break visit. Mckinnon has two goals putting him at thirty for the season for a third straight year as the avs win six to three over Detroit. The Panthers won a fifth straight with a five to four defeat of the wild on a last second goal over on the Hardwood in the NBA. Washington broker three game losing streak with a one zero six to one hundred win over Detroit. Seventeen points by Norman Powell in the fourth of gave Toronto one. Twenty twenty two to one seventeen win over Atlanta. Then that's fell to the seventy sixers a one seventeen Eleven Cleveland came up short on New York. Losing one zero six to eighty six to the Knicks Wchs. James Harden went one for seventeen from the three and the rockets blew a seventeen point lead to the thunder. Losing one. Twelve to one zero seven. The heat rallied late. Ah beat the Kings one eighteen to one thirteen and overtime Milwaukee Chicago. One eleven ninety eight. The PELICANS STOPPED MEMPHIS. Seven game winning streak with a one twenty six to sixteen eighteen win the Hornets still with no sting tonight. They lost one of six eighty three to the magic. Boston handed the Lakers their largest loss of the season. One thirty nine one. Oh seven final. There they beat up timber. Wolves fell one of seven and one hundred two. The Nuggets Phoenix got edged out by San Antonio won twenty to one eighteen San Antonio also blue a pretty pretty substantial lead but obviously they held on the jazz led all night. Long and beat the Pacers to snap a three game losing skid one eighteen to eight final final there and a demon Lord had a career high sixty one points in the trailblazers one thousand nine hundred twenty four overtime win over Golden State. And that's a wrap from me. It's jog back over. Jeff are I. Welcome back in We you are in falter or with yours truly jeff rich and of course I gender rich just gave you your final scores for the night obviously The weeks leading up to the Super Bowl. That's going to be the big story and we could say super bowl here. God you're you know the deal with that Jan.. You're selling something you can't use the super bowl to sell it. You're just talking about the game. You can call Super Bowl Day and night and it's kind of funny that the chiefs are in the Super Bowl because This game was named the Super Bowl after a after Lamar Hunt's child child who bounce still remember those those balls you used to get out of the vending machine. Sometimes they come in a little plastic as saying and they bounce up and down you call Kids call them super boss. Yeah so this. This championship game between the American Football Conference in the National Football Conference is referred to as the as the Super Bowl. Because it you know it is Al was named happily back then. It's become a very popular thing. It's most ocular sporting event Going and IT'S A it's up to talked about but we had a little bit of hockey a little rid of we had a lot of basketball. David Stern Kinda implemented this thing where Yeh False later games on Martin Luther King Day starting during the day and You know the NBA. Hey takes Christmas to showcase and they take Martin. Luther King Day to Showcase Young Lakers Boston on national TV. But I'm looking at the abbreviation creation for Lakers it says L. A. L. F.. I was listening to you correctly during during your scores. LA L. kind of has to stand for the largest loss of the season right. Yeah your offer letter there you're at l.. A. S. of loss of Susan Live L. was L. O. L. Today. Yeah Yeah and then you had a good little pun with still no hosting in the Hornets point they just got a couple of blowouts not had a good couple of games. The Charlotte hasn't their whole existence. List it's IT'S A it's a lot like it's a lot like that of the browns. I mean they lost their team so they reinvent themselves with the new name and then they just take the old name anyway. Jesus there's Bob Cats for awhile about that. Yeah so the Charlotte. Hornets moved to New Orleans. They became the New Orleans Hornets. And then Shirley got a new team called the Bob Cats and then New Orleans decided that they need to be the Hornets anymore so they gave Hornets back to Charlotte and New Orleans became the elegants. You remember that which is really sad because the jazz are still at Utah. I know that Scott on the other side of the glass hates the fact that the jazz play in Utah. Now and there's a team in New Orleans it doesn't get to be the jazz because that's the most appropriately in name for a team in that city joke. The jazz went to play in Utah where they don't allow. Ah Music. Music called the jazz just under a certain percent like their beer. It just has to be under three percent percents You know the AFC called the Salt Lake City team a stallions if they really want to be a little bit more inappropriately appropriately named up there with the Utah Basketball team. They could rename them to the Hellenes that would be the most perfect anti Utah Anti it'd probably anti LDS Church Way to go with the basketball team and they're not trying to work anybody. It's just I think that the earth take everybody by taking the jazz out of out of knowledge. Maybe the short sleeved button ups short sleeved button up so that mouthful the doors doors Utah. The Utah have been talking about your Lord and Savior. Can I leave the UTAH. Can I leave. Is this documentation with you. Okay Okay Utah proselytisers there. We go over that word right. I I wouldn't be able to tell you I'm terrible words. Okay so James or math. Some big diets triple doubles Yeah I think James Harden added Ignite trae. Hey Trey Young. He had a really bad. He was one in seventeen from the three and they blew a seventeen point lead. You live by James Harden you die by James Harden. I guess that's all I gotta say it looks like the warriors are actually GonNa pull it off oversight. It's kind of funny. How rare a golden state win is these days? Given their dominance over the last couple of seasons. But you said the Portland did manage. Come back and win that game in overtime they did. They did sixty one points. Six sixty one points are a lot of points former cavaliers are out to get you here. Dante West. There's a brutal video of him I being being beat up in the street and then talking to looks like authorities after the fact The mighty fall quite often but The Tom Bowl that Galante has taken. I can't even watch this video. I mean this guy played for the cavs at about ten years ago. So it's not like he's this. Recent player player I played Leonelli. Glare of Lebron onepointoh there in Cleveland and You know he got over the guitar case. Full of weapons a few years after he late last game in the NBA and our about five years removed from him in the NBA. And he's You know Video suggests that he's either lost his mind mind or he's losses my because he's high on drugs and this is a guy that needs help. I couldn't even watch the sound of the video because the the image. The imagery just looks so bad you used. Why watched him limp in this in the streets with traffic stopped while somebody beat him up and then yell the aftermath is him just beat up on the side of the street looking like you know he he never be never had a job at his life? Let alone was a professional athlete once upon a time so Dr Westbound I care are about your here in Phoenix. I hope that you get whatever help you need. And you know the You can you can have a life. That's that's that's worth living. I think that's kind of sad Maybe even more sad outta differen- is Kyrie Irving. Can we hear that for Kyrie Irving Scott and when I was out for those seven weeks and not saying anything and still people are still still saying things about me. It's it's inevitable you know they crucified Marley King speaking about peace and social integration. It was you know you can go back to historical leaders in great people in society that do great things are still going to talk about. It is what it is like. I know what I stand for. I'm a great family man. I have great values core values basketball stuff the game at the end of the day. All right Kyrie irving making a comparison to the criticisms received for sitting out games with that out of Dr Martin Luther King. I can't we sum this up in any way other than ridiculous. Obviously the same thing I mean. Obviously the same thing. I can't believe you you can't see how similar Kyrie Irving hit a big shot that led the cavaliers to victory for championship. GOLDEN STATE SO I got a call all that little that little clip right. There were to call that his. I have a ring speech. He thinks the earth is flat. He thinks this flat he thinks thinks that I think are. We surprised that he's making ridiculous. Statements like this. He thinks the earth is flat in Ireland. Hope that his peers first of all. There's no helping helping him because he doesn't talk to a steam it so there's no. There's no his teammates talking to him and he'll with someone like him. Do you think benefits from from teammates talking to him about it. No because he'll only listen to himself so I don't WanNa have sour grapes against kyrie irving aspirin. Its way out of one but That's it's guy that clearly needs. If not help some guidance she's generous Ab- Jeff Rich. You're listening to foul territory on sports overnight. 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You're you're supposed to see the cavaliers we're live over the weekend but Sort of a failure to launch situation and getting you from Phoenix. Want you tell us about that. Yeah so so. That wasn't the original game plan. I I'm pretty sure it probably would have happened. 'cause I don't think there's anything else going on at night but yeah I did attempt to get to Chicago this weekend for a funeral general service and I unfortunately did not bake it for this said service because Winter Storm Jacob had other plans and I was not able to get out of Phoenix On Friday evening as you know because you took me back and forth to the airport I made a couple of around ships between the ranch and the airport. I thought that I might end up making a couple more before the night is is through. You had a seven twenty flight. I think we got you to the airport at like six o'clock about the the twenty minutes without traffic. A little bit lager with rush hour traffic on Friday. I'm about three minutes from the driveway. And the phone rings and your flight was bumped back season. It was delayed like seven hours and at that point I pretty much realized that that plane wasn't taking off at midnight a- and you were you were spared what was what were the what was it was disappointing to not make it out to the service. Great Guy gave me a wonderful job. I got to you see a lot of lot of Chicago theaters and sports places. It was molly while it was working a smoothie stand but I got to see a lot of great concerts and events which it's called you call you. Call Your Molly well past that smoothie over here man but it was. Yeah they're really. Busy is now calling the United Center Senior Center. This is a good time but Yeah so ideally flew back in for that and then try was gonna try to catch You Know Bulls all schools cavs on Saturday and then the locks were home on Sunday. The Nice Little Double Dip at the United Center it was not to be a yes. It'll get the notification that the flight was flat out canceled than wasn't GonNa make it for the service just didn't go at all I think it was like negative twenty degrees Sunday morning with the wind. Chill so as I recall we actually sat sat outside sat out by the pool. We didn't go in the pool but we sat out by the pool in short sleeves and shorts odds all all right. Don't feel bad about the weather that I had here in Phoenix so because it was it was a beautiful weekend here. We're going to the game again. So we're playoff klay up media Monday. I thought that stink versus fouts went pretty well so sir stick to it. And here's the hi. I'm John Candy earlier in the Joe Montana Super Bowl the story. I assume that it is the super bowl again. Everybody's looking back super bowl four which was called by Jack Bach back in the day His as you know he's passed the torch down to his son and now his son will call the very next chief super bowl fifty years later. So Yeah Joe Bach and you abject block and we can't keep it that simple so such as Joe Versus Jack Buck Versus Buck Forgives Bach and our third buck is no other than Uncle Bach. John Candy from one thousand nine hundred eighty nine movie Scott we have a sample sound of uncle buck. I'm Bob Bob Alright. So that's uncle buck. That's John Candy from ninety nine. I'll go block. Have you seen that movie. I loved John Candy and most of the stuff he does is but I'm pretty positive. I hate that movie was probably should've watched it again this weekend. Since I was around. 'cause I don't remember a lot about it but I feel like I don't like it. I I think the caller Kalkin stole the show. He's like four hundred. Yeah yeah he's the son is a saw. They have the teenage daughter. That kind of looks like like the Sister from Ferris Buehler's up. I think it's a it's a John Hughes movie so they actually use that same Shurmur. High School Let's let's get into it. Buttress his book versus box. Scott what's let's get Jack Buck. So she knows knows what he sounds like crazy and then his son Joe Book Using Disgusting Act by Randy Moss. All right you have the voices you got. I'll go buck. Yeah it's it's all multiple gases Joe Buck or Jack Buck so here here. We go round one at Skype skied. Think this quarter downtown and have a rap non that thing off your face. That's definitely absolutely there. We go and we got sound effects. Now we're we're we're moving. We're getting this goodness you gotta get the answers right Otherwise what happens if she gets an answer wrong. The punishment would be to listen to more Joe Book Joe Boggy late show Buck stepping on a cat or something open okay. So you're one for one you get one hundred points so even points out points double and in the outer of our red Jew carried or you watch prices. This is right Having the holiday morning lounge around the house but You know points points whose line is are worth nothing and add Here we go routes you points double this round Let's got. I wish I knew longer. Three five is that was fireable offense not knowing that it's Joe Book. I know what it's Joe Buck. There's a certain feeling feeling in my stomach. That randomly feels like vomiting all over myself. When I hear the sound of for the sake? I think we're GONNA dock for that for the sake of JEN's nausea. Let's let's just hope that this clip is that Joe Bokke that's got that's a matter you don't like clowns still uncle buck right. Yeah it probably is from that movie you could really just pay John Candy saying anything right now how it. I just responded Uncle Buck. Well we wouldn't do that to you. We wouldn't like throw like a great outdoors clip. See I know that whole movie by Heart. So is that your favorite jackass movies. So yeah I was going to watch that movie on the way back to Chicago actually downloaded. It's like one or two movies. I've downloaded also. This might hurt you that you didn't get that trip. You didn't get that cram time I'll just Washington tomorrow. It's fine all right. Let's give you the next one. I want to give a few seconds to think about it. So let's let's get the clip. Would you have a few drinks this morning. All right like I think you did didn't you. Let's let's give jet just got a few seconds to think about this year. Scott all right interest silences. Yes still uncle book. Is it uncle buck. Look I need to step up our game here on he's Obviously apple might be a little bit too easy. Let's see what the next one is. I don't that was is a little more tough. That one's probably Jack was still in Quebec Check Bach and this Jackpot play the Buzzer to vessels. And I think because my stomach felt fine all right so you're listening to foul territory on sports overnight America. We are in the middle of our media Monday a segment and this particular one is buck versus buck versus Uncle Bach. And do we have any more Scott here not a nat. Are you bug them even bug nappy girl little similarity there still is it uncle buck there we go there we go. Did we have any more for you. Let's see I'm looking. Look it at the looking at Cheer Eight here today and tomorrow. I'll drive you the school in my role in Pajamas and walk you to your first first class now. I know you think you know the answer here. Jan and remember. I remind you that your choices are Joe Bach. WHO's calling super bowl? Fifty Four Jack Bach who called Super Bowl four and Algal Block. Who wants heard of the Super Bowl? Joe Buck who calls every single thing thing that they will allow him to call even if it means traveling like ridiculous amounts in between things he will call it. What you mean whether it's world everything everything or it doesn't matter what I'm watching? It's his voice Down folks all right and it says it says Joe natured a Scott. Let's get the clip one more time just just so we could hear it one more time. All right We we don't have acute up so you're GONNA it was. It was something about nats and bogs and standing op today. Tomorrow I'll drive you to school in my role Pajamas A.. and Joaquin Chapo Roll back. Oh there we go. We got it takes really putting one actual joe in their. Oh yeah I would kind of how this works. We bombard you with. The ridiculous victimless would put a put a mild sports tie in and Jack Walker is an iconic announcer. Joe Buck is just kind of what we what always settle with a Disgusting Act by Randy Moss. Just the sound of his voice I just I just can't and you got to hear it all baseball season log. And then he had aired off football season line and your he calls the US Open but he doesn't do much from the end of the Super Bowl and Zil e until start calling games nationally During baseball season. Yeah this is the year he started like hockey and basketball and just like seriously one of everything every single day. You know I mean Fox has got a bit on those things I mean right now you you really don't get hockey anywhere but the NBC sports network in the NHL L. Channel hockey is it's almost like if you don't end up on. ESPN and you end up in this black hole of Sports Broadcasting Allah the PAC twelve networks. So everything is wrong every time. That's the network. I WanNa hear that very Tony. Romo gymnast he everybody's Kinda Cool that I think. Everybody likes to Sunday night guys. Nobody likes the Monday night. Football guys nobody. Nobody likes Joe Baca. I I think everybody Kinda Take Troy Aikman because when Troy Aikman's talking it means the Joe Buck is not but You know the guy does a decent job. Fox Bus likened the recipe enough people that like him that Fox keeps in that position otherwise. They're just that if they're going for the longtime on thinking his father for his efforts with I believe it was. CBS But he did a lot of radio He did the St Louis Cardinals Games. And I think it's crazy that the bucks are so associated with Saint Louis but it's Joe's voice that cubs fans waited one hundred eight years to hear Kris Bryant grout. Al Field Michael Martinez Ground Ball and throw it to resort just in time to get the final out of the two thousand and sixteen world series. So I ha- cubs fans jokes on you. You Joe Block is the voice of your greatest moment. All right. We'll throw it to break. She's Jab Jab it sports overnight. America's falter it's where it will be right back. Stay by her. Her Clark found the cardinals me by the core out seventy five and they made a world series on that one eight. You're listening to foul territory. I'm going you take that free all right it. Here's a a great way to save money on your prescription medications. 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But he went to purdue like Bob Greasy and a couple of other Starting quarterbacks from purdue but would I was really surprised to hear the Texas Tech is the only school that has produced a super bowl. Starting quarterback and Jimmy Garoppolo will actually be the the Second Illinois School representative to start in the Super Bowl if you just had to take a stab at one of the other schools in Illinois where a starting quarterback the Super Bowl has attended school. What would your guess be? Oh probably you of I while it's been a while since they've had good program and it was actually the starting quarterback in Super Bowl twenty against the Chicago bears. Tony Easson So Ohio's only had two and it's youngstown state and Miami. Ohio state has zero because Ben Rothlisberger went to Miami. Roger Gorski went to Youngstown state We're running out of time tonight. what are they watching on. TV on Tuesday tomorrow. We should do penguins at fires. Not a big game for the flyers but is for the penguins as they are barely trailing the caps in the metropolitan. NBC Sports. And that'll take us into the all star break for generous Scott on the other side of the class. My name is Jeffrey. This is Ben Tall territory. Now Stay tuned for more sports next hour on the sports byline broadcast network. I Got Gold San Francisco the tenth way of the riots. Coming up Garoppolo quarterback surtees ahead touchdown San Francisco. This is sports overnight America. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting live. Twenty percent of this stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's in public service daily newscasts for January. The Twenty First Twenty twenty. I'm Mike Clifford. As presidential hopefuls. Make their final pitches to islands before the upcoming caucus are Mike. Bowen reports rural residents say they want to hear more about climate climate change. 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In Four Virginia high school students uses tobacco in some form according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. I'm Diane Bernard this fall on. One person died at least thirty reported lung injuries from using vaping products. That's according to the Virginia Department of Health backers of to broadband bills hope to improve curvy state of Internet service in the state of Maine one of the most rural states of the county state Senator Shayna Bells sponsoring the main broadband initiative as false legislation to fund it. which securing later this month? I grew up without electricity running water when I was a kid today. If you're a kid growing up with that Internet right you're at a similar disadvantage bellows liddy similar effort to improve broadband access in two thousand seventeen at past but then failed to get enough funding. 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We like to have a little bit of Fun Fund but It is more the day tells us what's going on versus When we come here into the out of bounds our when we kind of tell the time what we want to talk about and Jen unite kind of come together on baseball? A little bit Two Midwest cities too tough luck teams for a very long time the Indians from me the cubs for you We work together when the thing that wasn't supposed to happen in a million years happened and the the Indians went to the world series. So Here we are talking about a pivotal moment in our sports life. Anyway not in our our real life but are sports life and game seven of the world series. I excited about that. Excited and slightly nervous terrifies like going to a shrink. It's going to be a lot of AH feelings coming out in appeal to many scabs off of old wounds. But they'd be my scabs. Repealing right as I recall the unless plus unless something changed unless something was overall unless the cubs are considered dirty cheaters like the world champions that came after them the cubs the winners of that story. Yeah I'm GonNa tell on that one so game seven of the world series not just game seven. I'm a dactyl act a little bit. It's that's just game seven but the things that led up to game seven the aftermath of game seven but You know just the two of US having fun talk. Baseball talked about a game talking about shaking and trembling terrible being terrified and You know aspirational that. It's something great was GonNa actually happen to us for a change. Should be a fun hour. We're talking cubs Indians. Two Thousand Sixteen World Series on out of Balance With gender rich and Jeff Rich and this is the sports byline broadcast network. It will be right back football and basketball. 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Time led to get further out of bound on sports overnight America. All right everybody welcome back in. You are out of bounds. GENSHAFT rich you're in Phoenix Arizona. Persona they mentioned in the open for talk game seven and you look frightened at the very thought of that the L. as if we're GONNA have after recall specifics. Or alive watching of the game. You're on the air. I'm not just talking about game. Seven game seven is kind of the end of the story. I ah there's a lot of build up to this More so than just one hundred eight years versus Spoke take away. What was it seventy eight years at at that point and the build up that the playoffs since yellow since a wanted done back in two thousand thirteen in the wildcard game the cubs were just there in two thousand fifteen? Twenty fifteen is also a part of the story of game seven and the story stories that gets you to From Twenty fifteen to twenty sixteen the the whole success of Madden and the takeover of Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer of the cobs that you get to this place where It's not only a possibility but It's very much a reality. The and as long as it dragged out cubs scratch and claw to get there in two thousand sixteen as as long as played out and walking walking you into the conversation here wretch it was gone in an instant cracked. It really was. It was a lot of tension in a really really long time and then it was just over an hour removed from it and it it kind of feels like the window. The window that existed in two thousand sixteen for both of those teams has has closed or at least Made itself a lot. More shots. Shotgun was opened in two thousand sixteen. You'll going into twenty seventeen even after the cubs had won game seven or the world series so far it doesn't really look like either. One of our teams have really really made a lot of progress. In getting hot again the cubs made it back to what the team in twenty seventy and they were ousted by the dodgers The Indians they want to play off games against the Yankees and they have won anything sense you know it was a chewed nothing lead and they had no business winning that game too. You know I don't know if you recall. We- Gino disease that existed in Phoenix. At at that point in time and I had actually written the line score for the on the brick at Gino's east and thought that game would live in infamy. That was the game that would propel the Indians back to the world series. Hopefully hopefully being victorious sets. I've twenty seventeen now. Neither Gino's east or the Indians Dynasty ever saw those two things come to fruition Eddie. You know it's kind of sad and I don't think that we thought that the Indians best chance would have been twenty sixteen and you know. There was a certain element with the cavs having one in June that maybe a little more forgiving. Maybe you feel as if Cleveland got ours. Now it's time for the cops. I was was actually afraid when you brought up game seven not so much for Emotions that it does stir up since then but you could actually breakdown in game seven. Probably Pitch by pitch and what happened and still. It's still a giant blurred me mostly because I just cried the whole time and I just wanted it to be over I could I could. Do you think so you think that I live. I live in that game. I mean I can remember that I have to Rewatch it or at least you know. read the play. I play the way more than I possibly could. I know that That Mike by gumry threw a pitch. I don't remember even the Count Michael Martinez bounced into the ground Bryant fielded barehanded through to resume. Oh and suddenly you'll the the north side of Chicago who is celebrating on our Field Carnegie in Ontario You know I A- at one point I was terrified that the Indians were GonNa win. You know I thought that When kipness hit the the other long foul ball in the in the bottom of the ninth with Thai game that your own Oh poor Jan you know even more so than holy cow? The Indians are world champions and and now I missed that moment I am I I would have regretted that moment for a second and now I actually miss that feeling of of hope that the Indians could win the world series. Because I I don't know I don't know if they'll ever get back and I don't honestly know if they're going to be able to win one in my lifetime remembering the stress the stress such as that waiting and waiting and that wanting and will it happen. Will you and I were really cordial. We got our customer. He had shaken Eh. If that was just you know that you can see the dad handshake or that. You really felt that you had. I should remain friends and we they were married at the time that you and I should have remained friends regardless of what happened in that series. I didn't know what to expect and I that it was an awful awful time and I wish it was as comical as many people think it was. It really wasn't actually that people wanted like live video feeds. It's of our living room and then no it really seriously was just a lot of me crying. We did watch game one in public. You know you like to tell this story that I did. Not What exactly make to the first pitch at the story about it. You know that I don't like being in public for big important games and you're like come on. It's it's came one like what. Is this going to happen again. And we went out and public open ever right. The Indians hopefully never again the Indians up early and I was surrounded by Indian spans. And you weren't even their great great. And what a rare thing to happen in the Valley of the Sun for Cleveland fans tout number cubs fan. I mean this is this. Is this Wrigley West out here. My family was there so I mean it was me and sixteen cups fans probably against like four Indians fans. But I don't count them because 'cause they were my family and their you know their tunnel vision is the story gets retold. I totally get that. And like you mentioned the idiot's got out to big-league a big lead early Roberto for as had a couple of home runs in game one. The Indians India's randomly every game. One you know I think the cubs actually convincingly won game two. I've I've got the the old baseball reference page up here with the results of that. That world series. Yes Oh six. Nothing Indians in game one and five hundred cubs in game two so those are pretty balanced so one one series and then it goes to Wrigley and you get one nothing shutout for the Indians begins in the first world series game in regularly since like the forties. They wins the Y'all game four long away seventy two and then another the close one in game five. It's three to win for the cubs forces the series back to Cleveland cubs. Yeah just run away with it and in game six nine three the final there and and you assert that I can remember. You'll pitch by pitch play by play in that the game and it really is kind of a blur for me to and and a lot of people that they could name the you know the top one hundred Indians Third Baseman You know over the last a century or so but they couldn't tell you like me. Eight seven was the final in that world series. It doesn't stick out to me because I remember over five. Nothing in that. I remember game being tied on the Rodger Davis home. Run in the eighth and then you know the game goes in the game. Goes in the ninth. They stalemate the ninth. They rain delay at they come back for the tenth and you know I. It's easy for me to forget any way that the cubs scored chew chew and they needed to in the top of the tenth because the Indians did counter with Iran. And they had you know Michael Martinez as the winning run at the plate the L.. Potentially to win that game not reality because Michael Martinez by it was very close. It was very close series zero three one jokes aside at seven to game six. Nothing gave me out of nine three game and everything I mean one nine three two and at eight seven. I mean that's God the three of your seven games so good chunk of that series the closer it was a well played series and there's really not any bitterness You know ordering the Len Kasper about how. It's your eagles play. The teams don't have any animosity towards each other. It was just two teams played and cubs were victims. It was what possibly could be in the last nine hundred. That's that's quite possible. Can you consider what's going on. With the two thousand Seventeen Astros traditionally two thousand eighteen Boston Red Sox we got to throw it to break got more on cubs Indians twenty. Sixteen the game seven show. My Name's Jeff Rich She's generated and you're out of bounce about it. This is sports overnight. America Judge Hey travelers. Do you want to save money on your next flight. Think the phone and call. That's right call because is the best prices are not online. They're with smartfares. See smartfares has special deals with the airlines. When they have unsold seats they use smartfares to build off? So you get airline tickets at ridiculously low prices. Our prices are to load of publish online with the extra money. You'll save. You can book another trip or treat it yourself to dinner or shopping so stop searching all of those travel sites to find the lowest price on your next flight. 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The Indians were long forgotten for a long time They were probably as bad probably worse than the cubs brought from about the sixties brain on through the eighties. Cups had a magical spot there in eighty four which is probably just a tad before for your time but Yeah it it's it's the story that every Chicago Cubs Fan knows about you. Know Leon. Durham the you know. They have the that that great season they trade for Rick's clip from the Cleveland Indians by the way in eighty four and they go on Iran and there are a five game series with the padres that they're unable to close out and they fall short of the world series where the Tigers ended up taking down the padres. I think I think that was a sweep by the way But comes fans for the long every cubs fan alive. Live would tell you that that you know that eighty four was their best shot at it and They blew it. It's a little before my time. It's just before my time. In fact act like remember the the the the hangover of eighty four kinda dripping over into like eighty seven. Eighty eight. Like Harry Harry Carey. We'll talk about it all the time on the cubs broadcasts and how I know Harry Carey is because I had wgn. Just you like you did. And I take it that that's the way that you took a lot of the Chicago cubs games When you're we're just a little while not agenda but dairy obviously wgn but radio radio a lot of radio so was it? Pat used for ever and ever to Mom always did the radio side. Okay I never it was on here it but in terms of the names and voices. I really understand that. They're they're forgotten names. You know that I can tell you in the various markets that I've lived in listening to games like okay a young. That's a forgettable name and really I only I. I know Tom Hamilton. And I know pat use because we listen to Indians and cubs games. We don't we don't do random radio and I know that we check it. You know with the M. V. Package we tend to watch just random games. Just a you know if it's early in the day just to find a game that's on if it's late at night you know defined defined a game that's still going but we don't really do that with the You know cruise around the radio usually I when I when I I have taken the the long drives to San Diego by myself. I've got a friend that lives over. There I listen to you know Sunday afternoon baseball on. ESPN radio radio. And it's the time that I can remember and actually I think you were with be win. Texas was playing the cardinals and Texas parts of the world series. And then you know. The cardinals came back. And that's probably not a subject that we really want to insert into a cubs Indians discussion. But I it's it's fun to listen to the game on the radio. You you know you and I like to enjoy the outdoors in the summer so we do. I'll listen to quite a bit of You know Saturday afternoon. Baseball on the radio Unfortunately with the world series it's taken over by the national guys and depending on who you talk to Joe Balki their loved the Chicago go cubs or love the Cleveland Indians whether it was his obsession with Kyle Schwarzer or Was it was it Kluber that the cubs fads thought that buck. Oh what a little too far with the adoration you should of. I believe it was and it was game on. And you know he he pitch pretty well. He'd he'd WanNa cy young at that at that point. I believe already and you know. Rip Corey Kluber the Cleveland Indian violates a Texas Ranger. Next time. He's eating you see him. That's going to be a little bit weird for me. Probably not as weird for the rest of the sporting world but The there are characters in that series between between Kris Kris Bryant was up and coming star and then he has his the bromance. That's with With they've got a little evaluation of their names. What are preserved extend thinking of the whole all thing the souvenir company? I think it was like their joint venture so you know a little bit more about this than I do. But they're we're all palled and then Madden's so wrap wrap around resor APP. Reynolds Reynolds spots Does the Tarp Harp Nipple the tarp out on the phone and it was because he was always bending over the tarp to make like crazy catches. Okay yeah. There was a limited edition run in the Chicago Land Area of Rizzo rap. There's a limit affoil was blue. Yeah I think so or was it the plastic the crab around to receive it but Yeah it was resolve rapid another one. You missed out. Saran wrap threader ups. The like the shrink rapidly. Take the clear stuff. Yeah we are just coming with hard hitting based on limited oil shrink. Wrap something you preserve your food with. Hey you want to follow us on twitter or instagram. At what's up riches and you can get facebook page. What's up riches? General Jeff Rich from Phoenix Arizona. No no we're talking a little Two thousand six teach macos but just cubs culture in general You know how. How Young of an age do you remember? You know. appreciated she aided cubs whether it was just kinda running around with the COP. CEO of the Cup sat and probably the Remember for a period there. I jumped on the the Marlins when the Marlins were new because lights teal and purple and pretty colors very beginning. This is yeah I mean obviously before they went to the the other colors on the rainbow I don't have a I think I have memories of the Super Bowl but it's just because I've pictures. Oh Oh you're talking about the terms of I've seen pictures of myself in cubs stuff versus like. I remember being covered in cub stuff. I don't I don't remember remember when my very first. Can you recall a baseball card. Or maybe like understanding. Who Player was? Do you remember your first cub crush. They first cub crush. It's pretty sad. It might actually be pryor though. Mark Pryor Arc. Fryer in for for a minute. You know I mean you were. You were an adolescent so acceptable for the for the short term earn project that was mark pryor with the Chicago cubs. I don't think I don't think I had any previous. If they are all just duties you didn't have any thanks for the would carry. What no no Mark Grace Sandberg? Jody Davis Elvis L.. This guy actually. I feel L. Yard but I don't think he played with the cubs dirt lately. He saw no no no so so mark. Pryor's was probably the first one. Okay okay. Was it depending hemmer. Matt Merton came first. Oh dear dear man Bat Burton. If if you've seen the South Park or just lived in the Society for the since that episode of South Park aired burden is what you would call. Es Ginger and don't Google them unless you if you're looking at pictures of Andy. Dalton you can look up Matt was. Is that a sad comparison so mad Merton former Chicago cubs former Mer Japanese baseball player. He came back to the states. At some point he was actually with the cubs organization. Lately like one of those special assistant to the GMC. They give all the guys he used to play for the team. It's kind of like this legacy job probably a longer trail than that. Maybe you would want to distance between the he's you know that the assistant gm but the assistant to the assistant. Yeah okay. Assistant often assistant to the assistant. So in two thousand and two thousand sixteen was the culmination of many years. They're not one hundred eight for three you or anyone you knew you but for for everybody's entire lifetime that writes for the Chicago cubs and there's a lot of give up you know there's there's a lot of wanting to give up. I know that from from another team that I happen to root for the Indians by after after awhile you just had to figure it's just not going to happen so They get to the playoffs. In two thousand fifteen you know four wins away from the world series. They do get swept by the mets. But those are all building blocks locks. 'cause they hadn't won a playoff game since before the Bartman incident in two thousand and three all the way up to two thousand fifteen. So that's that's twelve years right there. It was game game. Five was last playoff. postseason game that they'd won because they got swept out by the diamondbacks in two thousand seven in the dodgers in two thousand eight or vice vice versa but yes it was definitely sweeping by those teams in those years. Yeah Yeah Yeah they they were they were. I know the feeling I know the feeling old world game lead. They lose seriously. Indians lose the series in two thousand seventeen three to the Yankees swept out by the Astros twenty eighteen and they got caught caught asleep at the wheel. And I think that's going on with the cubs right now to you in the offseason. Just kind of leading the rest of the world pass them on by. And that's why the Indians were not able able to catch the twins in twenty eighteen and it's why the cubs weren't able to catch with the cardinals in two thousand eight everyone. Everyone was just flopping around around that division by a game or two. What's crazy is is twenty fifteen when the cubs finally returned to the playoffs? They were there in third place places that that And All Central Division Ninety seven wins which is a really good season but then they fell behind the pirates. They had to go to Pittsburgh for the wild card game and then on the other side of that wildcard game they had the hundred win Saint Louis Cardinals and four so they had to win one game playoff where whereas the address only one ninety two games the mets only ninety games and and they got a ticket right to the division series which is just it's incentive to win your division. That's that's what it's meant to be in. This wildcard game is just a bonus for fifteen the cubs are able to beat the pirates. beat the cardinals feel really sweetly almost almost like you got over a decade of angst knocking off your rival like that. I think that's something that you have to appreciate it is. It's something that you appreciate it. We'll talk a little bit more about game seven we'll talk about Some some more specifics of what John and I were doing during those those seven games keep it close. It's out of bounds on the sports byline broadcast number. You're listening to sports overnight tonight. America if you were a loved one is suffering from physical or emotional condition that has left you unable to work then. Listen carefully take this number down. Eight hundred red five nine three seven four nine one. 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Seven zero fifty nine seventy one producers have the appropriate licenses for the products they offer increased income is possible using strategy suited to your goals may require everybody multiple annuities and holding them. full-term Hayward not quite as Ethan right a little bouncer slowly toward Brian he will result win the world series. They come out of old donnas. The longest drought in the history of American sports scares over. He walks the line. But she's definitely beyond the boundary. Here's Jenin Jeff Rich and they're out of bounds on sports overnight. America all be quiet and fuel bed together and listen to them and not make any wrong. Welcome back everyone jen. Rich Jeff Rich Phoenix Arizona. The out of bounds our on sports overnight America and the topic for this hour would be game seven of the two thousand sixteen world series a monumental moment in the rich rich household of course play not as interesting is I think a lot of people would make it out to you. WanNa you wanNA maybe brief People John How are home decor had changed the afternoon of game seven so this was November. Second Sixteen I got home from work and the entire kitchen was topped off like a locker room would be when a team expects to clinch something. And they're going to do spraying champagne stamping everywhere. Well the thing is we. Haven't we add a shared locker room. They'd being our kitchen so to speak so there was going to be a celebration in game. Seven was not going to game. Seven of the world series was not going to end in a tie so there was going to be a celebration of some point and I said at the night that the cubs knocked off the dodgers Rogers two to clinch. It was a Saturday night and I remember that Ohio state loss to penn state on the road on a blocked field goal. The Penn state ran back. This is is the kind of stuff that I remember. And you probably don't about about your own bom at your own night but So that was going on one screen and then on the second screen screen is we often have sat up. Yeah the cobs finishing off the Los Angeles dodgers to clinch the National League pennant and get their trip to the World Surrey so for a moment of all there. Was this euphoria that I think at least struck me. That says one of us is going to get world series this year. That's awesome like can't be the dodgers. It can't be the Blue Jays or the red sox it's GonNa be the Indians or it's going to be the cops and you know I. It sounded like a kind of a good deal. But I'd rather be all the way all the way out and you know and I believe you share this. You know for for Cleveland. The same way that that I do for the cops I want. I wish them what they want them to do. Well I didn't want them to do well in in that moment. I just you know I wanted them to do well. But not well enough to beat us us. See me through out the The whole wheat team mentality. It's that's really a controversial thing did. Did you ever get caught. Saying we don't play for the columns to try to make an effort yes yeah participate myself. Definitively participate in undeserved sense of pride. I think is what is referred to so anyway visit you know so but we both had teams. We read it for playing for the championship. Deal the worst case. Scenario was that in what was our favorite team was one of our favorite teams is GONNA lose. One of our favorite teams is GonNa win. It's it's like Burger McFarland's analysis where it so you. You just talk yourself into the circumstances and the like it's like Dob. You really had to think about it so I'm going to take you back to that night a little bit not now. Here's my thing with that tonight. And I missed the first pitch I missed Dexter Fowler leading off the game for the cubs against a couple minutes to try to avoid the store the ray the the storms that were potentially comically on. So you know. Butterfly effect that changes everything. That game starts five minutes later. Corey Kluber gets different. You know there's different wind. Jio had five more minutes to talk him into dock himself into something else around to the store to grab like snacks and stuff. Because I you know the storm was right down the street I I figured I had five minutes and the game started at like five o'clock sharp. Five oh seven. I think that's how it went so the game started early. Add to my dismay before I even got star. Why because I was so late for game one that I also had to miss? I've never thought about it that way. Thanks for pointing that out. But if you think about the game one and I'm late for game seven and should get the same result in game seven and you know that that's not what happened. What had happened was was what had happened? Was Dexter Fowler. Let off the game so Dexter Louis Cardinal. He was part of the championship team with the cubs. He received his ring in a cardinals. Uniform a issue one of those cardinals who just tolerate or you're okay with him. Is he a traitor. Yeah I miss him. Okay okay wherever of course is still there. He missed into. He wasn't really there for most of the right but he got you got to enjoy the payoff at the ED. Thank God that guy came back in time for the cubs when we saw him because it happened when we were that game here in Phoenix. While they played the diamondbacks when I I saw him on my birthday go down the way that he did. I knew that I could never attend another cubs game ever again and he. He what he like Tours Z.. CLL colliding with the leftfielder on a play to left Centerfield against the time of extra chase field. Right four right. It's four four seven seven April seventh. And I'm watching. Who We need on our team get hurt and it was? I like we're done on. We're done at that point but it worked out good. Because he took the season to recover he came back when when you did and world series and they I wanNA love an integral part of it so yeah it was fine right Kris Bryant. What's the first thought thought that it gets evoked when when I mentioned Chris Brian Bennett? Third playing third base for me. I'm not a Gaga over him but I'm also not in a position to really they say that without you know that season was great on the final. I mean like I said it's it hasn't hasn't been the same since that season for many guys. But Yeah and those moments yeah thirst gone is part of it I think. That's an underrated. Part of the discussion and talked about the mute professional day and night but once once you got it I it's it's not as elusive to you anymore. At Resolve added fourth. He played first base in that game resort probably nothing but good memories with the Chicago cubs. He should be a lifer. I think it'd be fun. Denver's your World Series Mvp Benz or you're not a fan. I do not like pens. Are All right well. Invent service doesn't like the cubs enough to Klay Hundred Sixty two games twenty nineteen and that might have been why they missed. The playoffs. Were Skip Addison Russell. If you don't mind Wilson shares a Catcher with a nice little arm you know. He's he's one of those he's he's part of the fun bunch I I you know when you BIOS Elnora we'll rarest guys. Just like to have fun out on the Field Bryant. Rizzo have their share fun but will they have their bromance their bromance is it gets a little cliques. Speaking a little cliques. The way overpaid Jason Heyward started in right field. He batted eighth for you in that game. mm-hmm and then yet it doesn't hitter which was batting second and then how your body is probably not as beloved is is maybe he should be in Chicago Kogo Cheese. He kind of bloomed. I think after that. And he's definitely a better player in two thousand. Nine hundred seventy was in twenty sixteen. It's the British spot on the roster. Still I mean you know you can get excited about the the the young guys that are are getting called up by drafted one pick behind Francisco lender. He's not the superstar superstar that Linda whereas but you get it gives you an. MVP effort plays really well and field saves out creates outs with his tags You know make sure he knows how to avoid tags. He's he's kind of a transcendent player. He's kind of a guy that Changes the game a little bit and we were introduced to a lot of those guys. I'll go through the Indians Indians lineup. For you you know you had Carlos Santana still hear the music in my head but unconventional leadoff hitter for the Indians and yet kipness who grew up in Chicago you know what two games at Wrigley. He says he's not like it's not like it was a season ticket holder or anything. He says after after the series when some people accused of maybe being happy about the result of the series when he played floor before the losing team. That's obviously not the case ace though he might end up in Chicago in some capacity whether it's with the white sox or the cubs in two thousand twenty or whether it's him retiring and just coming back to back the hang out playing intend to me for oak park or he's from Francisco Lindor who was a very young player and a lot of the bats disappeared for the Indians in the postseason not just in sixteen but also in seventeen and eighteen. Linda had had some big moments. I don't really remember anything. That's you know that really stands out from that series other than it was the introduction to you Francisco Indoor Mike Napoli Everybody Kinda got right behind Napoli on the they had the whole Party. Napoli's you were privy to that. I was totally down for a party. Annapolis and there should have been a forty at Napoli's after game seven but it it just. It didn't come to be that way. Jose Ramirez who disappeared a lot a lot for the postseasons. You know that one and and the two hugh that followed launch isn't hall guy that's been gone for a year but he might as well have been gone for five. Raji gave everybody Cleveland gets. Do you understand Dan. The the moment that I'm talking about here. Raji Davis comes up and AROLDIS. Chapman is is on the hill to the last. I believe was four outs. and Ed Davis two run homer off of off of Chapman and Cleveland just goes absolutely wild. The Games tied You know they go. Oh to the you know the the ninth. They stalemate in the ninth Zinnias. We're losing five to one in this game. I thought it was five to nothing but they did get one before. discography got the five and Roger Davis hits this hold on and there are there are there are already two outs in the beginning lindores crowded out Napoli struck out looking Ramirez singles with an infield single brandon. Guyer Hits a double scores Ramirez. and gets you know gets to to run game and then Raji Davis I-IT's a two run homer and this game goes from being down and out dominated from the Outset and and and don't forget cubs fans totally took over press field for this series a trevor. Bauer you've been cited one of his recaps of it that there's like twenty thousand cubs fans which isn't which is a little more than half but I think it's very significant when you're talking about the biggest moment in modern baseball history to take place in Cleveland and God. They don't even have an advantage in their own ballpark. I was surprised and not surprised to see that I was hoping that you know. Obviously Cleveland Cleveland. Would come out. And they'd be it feel like a home game fans travel and they live everywhere. There's just so many of them and cost wise and they've got had a lot of money now. It's a lot more expensive to live Chicago but you also get paid a lot more to work in Chicago. So and it's a fan base known as the you the Yuppie you know part of Chicago. I'm sure that there are you know stockbrokers in day traders and everything that root for the White Sox as well but the majority if Chicago roots for the cubs and the majority of the people that go to the Games are wealthy because tickets are very expensive as you and I have learned purchasing tickets for home games at Wrigley over the last two years or so. Yeah it's it has of quick I mean even if they don't get your tickets and then you have to eat and drink while you're there you gotta buy souvenirs living ears. I mean the twelve dollar beers after it adds up and and you know I mean those bleacher seats if you if you go to a run of the mill Ballclub those bleacher seats are going to cost you about eighteen to twenty five dollars there. Sixty to one hundred at Wrigley just because of the ambiance of it and you you know it's fair and it's unfair but mostly it just kind of is what it is taking a game and they did not win the world series as a Wrigley but You know they did win. A World Series Game Game. Five cubs fans are going to look in five in their heart as part of the whole package. But you know they need a game five survive. They've got it and those were in attendance where you weren't you. Were there for something very special for crying. For Christ just such the emotional side of things so My loss is Sir gain this game seven of the two thousand sixteen world series edition of out out of bounds. We'll be right back to wrap it up right after the break. This is sports overnight America. 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Ohio Janai add a little bit of fun this hour. You know. It wasn't as much fun. The live it and live the aftermath for the two of US but It was quite the show if you were just a general baseball fan without any skin in the game and of course if you were cubs fan it was quite a historic occasion for the Cleveland Fan. A lot more of the same going on you know what seventy a two years of frustration with that team not winning a world championship but a far cry from one hundred eight years if you're old enough to discern the difference between what happened seventy years ago and what happened one hundred ten or one hundred twelve years ago bite nonetheless historic occasion for the COBS. BOB'S DISAPPOINTMENT FOR CLEVELAND. Add a yeah. I think the Cleveland got over it a little quicker than they normally would have again because the cavaliers ears brought home at the city's first championship in fifty two years just four years earlier for cubs fans. It's a little bit different. I don't think that it you know so much. The city starving Irving for a championship. Because you just had the had three titles from the Blackhawks winning the Stanley Cup You know it's been a long time since the Chicago bears one in in in various it's been more than twenty years since the Chicago Bulls last hosted the Larry O'Brien trophy Cubs fans don't care about the white Sox I I the whole city would love for the bears to rekindle that. They had eighty five. They live in the past so much that that eighty five team might as well have been a two thousand in eighteen in the way that they Cherish ill what the team was able to do back in January of one thousand nine hundred six in the season that conceded that for the cubs on this combination of Joe Madden coming to town at Theo Epstein and jet voyeur push their chips to the middle Again to clear. Looks display congratulations to the cubs for Scott for my name's Jeff Rich. This has been sports overnight. 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We're making inroads among African American Ham radio enthusiasts. Yes is the onion news network In this is free talk live. My name is Captain Kick Ass and I'm piloting program for the first time her you can call in and talk about whatever you would like to talk about. Of course our phone number is eight five five four five zero three seven three three. That's that's eight five five four five zero three seven three three in the studio tonight. We have myself in and Ridley Mr Ridley from and the Ridley report. Dave Ridley is joining US special guest. He's back he's a formerly a fairly regular co host. There was I don't know like a summer S- or stuff a few months several months. Maybe where you are in here on a weekly basis so it's nice to have you back. Yeah thanks and you actually just came back recently from Colorado where you're are there for an extended period of time but you're back in the shire correct so here we are. We are supposed to have a special guest To start the show out with tonight but the tease yeah. The the Internet connection is more of a tease because The wherever he is it wasn't sounding very good so we couldn't put Adam Adam Co cash on because we want you to be able to understand Adam When he calls in and it was not working out so hopefully we can clear this up and we can get him on I I know he wanted to talk about his. Of course he's running for not president is believe he has some campaign is trying to get The Libertarian Party's presidential oh nomination So we will get him on here at some point if we have to go with the. We'll try to get him on dischord is what What we were trying to do and just didn't work out? We didn't have enough time. 'cause I was both trying to train captain kick ass with running the board and stuff like that and deal with a special guest on the lines. You really had. Yeah you had everything thrown at you there captain. I think Sink or swim. That's kind of how I roll trial by fire You know any other cliches and you would like to go ahead throw him in Sink or swim right. I covered that one There is A little bit of news Surrounding the I heard nothing happened in. Virginia it was fairly uneventful. Twenty th twenty. Two thousand attendees was the estimated number. Yeah I saw a reports I don't remember what news outlet it was is but the same thing twenty two thousand or so armed folks showed up. They allowed something like six thousand inside of the little free protests area and They made everybody else stand outside the area. But then I saw some I witnessed reports. That said it was no twenty two thousand it was closer two hundred and you know jeeze individuals on on the social media saying that kind of thing so I have trouble with large groups of people and trying to estimate science's yeah if it gets you one hundred people or something like that. I I have a difficult time. The Oh that looks like one. Two four eight okay now without house you know so I also have that trouble We do have a caller on the line It looks like we have a caller named Josh from Virginia. Yeah Who wants to talk about this very topic the Second Amendment Rally in Virginia so we will attempt to go to him so hit the air button? So we're we're actually GONNA do a little Training here on the air in. There's we're taking calls remotely so you've got a press that air button then. He should be there Josh. You're on free talk live can can you hear me. Hello Josh Josh from Virginia. Hey Yes sir we have you now. You're you're on the air pay I have a friend who is actually writing the dead center of the whole The whole protests Over there. Yeah something a picture of the play and it just he H- white people. That are doing something there I mean and finally we have to the Jews at the capital. It was oh you're one of those. You're one of those guys fed aren't you you just an infiltrator aren't you trying to make the Whatever movement look bad patrician about that day will mark and and it's a Krono? Why such are your Rincon? Get rid of them okay. What a loser? That was Josh from Virginia I mean to a pleasant guy to have such an obsession with people's ethnic backgrounds is or their religion. Just it's so sad. I mean even Chris can't well. Isn't that embarrassing. You know I actually heard we had Chris can well. I didn't have them on. But but he was on Vincent show over the weekend on. FM You saw part of that. I'm not all that familiar with Him Or were the saga. I've picked up bits and pieces over the over time having been a listener to the show for a long time. Yeah I mean even even cantwell finally only admitted this week that it's not all the Jews like because he had been the. It's been sounding more like that. That collar but even cantwell was able to discern that. There's actually normal people who are Jewish who are not part of some sort of conspiracy. Who aren't you know? Evil trying to control the world or whatever. I mean e- even Chris I can't well can come to those determinations just have to wonder if people like that caller or even real. Yeah that's true. I think that's the most likely explanation is that he was just a crank caller well just so despicable he did sound like he was trying to prevent himself from laughing while saying yes he was doing sales true. You know we have that going for us which is Nice Nice. It looks like we do have our special guests now. Good bring him onto. We want to bring him on. We do Okay Adam. It's the captain. Can you hear me. Yes I can't think so much for having me on Brian and much appreciated Co and these spilled the beans. I you are live on the air Okay well that wasn't The belief that no man. You're not the first off on what my slave my slave first name is not the first But we don't know how you spell it anywhere that's true. So yeah I I wanted. I wanted to leave room at the beginning of that show for that great first caller to warm the crowd for me. Yeah I mean if you're GonNa have have a warm up act from my twenty two years in Do and music in the West Coast Seattle area. You know if you're GONNA GONNA have a warm up act. Make sure that they're not better than you. In some way shape or form. Oh Man I screwed that up all all right. It's all good well so what you have some news you called in for to tell us an update about you and what's going on in your world. He's running for President President. Yeah well it's been an amazing experience so far and I wish I could have been in New Hampshire but unfortunately they're only gets eleven delegates this year. I was in Tennessee where there are twenty three and that was the last weekend did very well there and debate George this week and I got to give a big shout out to the Libertarian Party and Georgia for putting on an awesome convincing great series of speakers well organized a very professional debate. I'm I think the best we've had so so far by a long shot and there are many more to come and I I wanna you know gave this opportunity to give a big shot off all the other candidates who who were there onstage for that debate in Georgia And they You know we had Lincoln Chafee there. Stam Rob And Who's me Oh I can't even mark Whitney many? I've never heard of most of these people so I doubt many of our listeners know who they are. It's nice that you're you know. Give him props and everything. But there's a lot of candidates right people have heard of people vermin. Yes we've definitely had in the show and in fact firm actually won the New Hampshire presidential primary for the Libertarian Party. I'm guessing you didn't run in that because you didn't appear the in person right didn't yeah. We didn't file for that or or I don't remember what it was but it was. We decided strategically to put the Strat The The the evidence Tennessee and southern New Hampshire. Since we couldn't do both but Lincoln safety a lot of people don't drink and safety or at least I think they said as a former former governor former senator coming into the Libertarian Party bringing his resume and credibility and I think it's really. That sounds terrible. Oh and when you're actually you're actually fine for it Adam. No I'm not I'm not. I think people like that should be welcomed into the party though and I think it's really important so not stick with US album. Hang on can you can hang on for other segments all right. Just put him on. 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There's a lot of use cases for bitcoin cash. I just keen for sure I just tipped my bartenders. Arturas Tonight for my breakfast that I had before I came to the studio tipped her with Bitcoin. Cash It'd be it's easy. You can spend bitcoin cash in multiple places in New Hampshire. Sure and I think even Thailand. It's in Bangkok. It's pretty big for for bitcoin cash. There's a town in Australia as well say I was reading but Austrailia that it's it's kicking off there too but we do also have Adam Co cash with us. He's on the Line Adam. Can you have. Hey I gotTa say before anything else else. Big Shout out to Mr Ripley for joining us. I remember the Ripley report. And you're using channel Ridley report. Ripley's believe it or not guy. Oh Man. Isn't that for Union. Work or government work now this case right. I'm not the first one to make that mistake. Oh Gosh No the the really for back back in the early wrong holidays and the reporting from New Hampshire and and what what David was able to do was Some pretty you know in your face journalism and it was you know I. I was only competition I got into the Youtube and I own my own channel. It was it was sad at the C. E. discontinued for a while and really gonNA see your back in media production. Oh Yeah it's been. It's been constant but there was a there have been two different youtube drawdowns against me so then in two thousand twelve cut my head's behalf for no particular reason and then again about a year ago for no particular reason. My hits dropped about three quarters. Nothing really nothing else really changing much. You haven't been d platform you've just been sort of reduced platform something like that. Yeah Dot Shadow Band Chatto Band. That's what I've heard. Yeah from two different sources now diet platform. Now I've been there done that it eh. There's nothing more frustrating than building into a social media network and developing a following and thinking. Oh now we've got the Internet. We can challenge the mainstream media we still can but then they have your legs cut out from underneath that process man. It's it's gut wrenching. I think we all probably expected it soon. As Youtube came online we knew something would happen to it and it took as long as it did for them to go. evil point getting bought by Google. Did it he he. Yeah so a moment ago. You were telling us about this politician. Lincoln Chafee whose Formerly is Republican or Democrat. I I don't know thorough Teheran Republican isn't he. Well I mean they're all authoritarians. He's unusually authoritarian. Your last. I checked isn't he. You know. Well now he's he's definitely you know Of the Gary Johnson. Ilk of a libertarian. Leaning Lottery I think I think he's genuinely well intention but I will say well we. We have Straw poll in Georgia and they only asked the top four. He didn't make the top four. You would and I like to think that and I support him being welcome. There's a party. I support him run export and bring that energy and credibility for the people who need that gateway to the party. I want people like that to shield. Welcome But I think what we've done over the last couple of years with this campaign and bringing people into the party and encouraging people to be delegates and making sure that we we'll never have another you know I guess what has been called the theories of lost of Republicans as nominees the Libertarian Party. And I'm I'm very confident that you know somebody who really represents a message in what this is about not as a political message but really an anti political critical message is going to be the nominee and I in twenty twenty the the other three in the top four. The polling were Dan Berman Dan Taxation taxation and stuff Berman Vermin supreme and Joe Jorgenson. And I. I love the the pitch that that verminous making I think we can achieve that with You know a policy proposal like localizing the federal government vermin or Berman Vermin Supreme. But yeah the last one. Yeah you know Dan is Dan. Where's the yellow hat? But he takes it off and is able to put together a very serious messaging presentation. I think he's shown in the strength of his campaign the people he's recruited to be volunteers for him and also that he's shown in getting adding around the debate. Boy were you saying that vermin. Supreme has a serious proposal because mostly he's a satire right but but now how. His proposal to the Libertarian. Party is terrorist groups. They look the system's a joke. Let's put up a satire candidate and actually ridiculed the system with with with that candidacy. I love it I love it I love it. Yeah I think it's better than Gary Johnson and it's better than Bob Barr so like you know if you you can't get the nomination I definitely would like to see vermin supreme kit a coke. We couldn't do worse and we have them. Yeah would you would you. Would you accept vermin as your vice presidential candidate. Absolutely as long as these things onto the simple platform. Primakov Thomas We reside on Day. What are we take the federal government through a bankruptcy process? We don't put on the ring of power we throw directly into the fire. It's a libertarian. Party hardy continues to want to go in that direction. And that's that's what I've seen. That's been the response to my campaign and into this message that If we decide to embrace a more principled principal to animal practical policy everybody gets what they want. Strategy I I have no doubt that vermin would be willing to say. Yeah I if that's where you guys want to go for policy do you want me. You know all the ticket was okay. 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It's myself captain kick kick ass and I'm in Ridley and we've been talking a little bit about a lot of things We started talking about the Virginia Gun on rally We introduced our guest. Mr Ridley from the Ridley reports and then we also have as a guest on air tonight. atom atom co cash is also with us and sorry you got cut off there towards the end. We wanted to make sure you had a chance to tell folks uh-huh find you five per se that very much my main website the easiest way to find me is the freedom line dot com all three words towards the freedom lines stock nicely you add by the way for the kind words belatedly. Hey Hey Adam. What are you doing more media right now? You still doing like your youtube channel. I thought I saw that you rebooted the Adam versus the man. I love that show back in the day. It's kind of how I introduced to you. So is that is that going on. What's going on with the way that I've been chateaux band in the monetize a year ago it's been a struggle to get back to any kind of consistent production but I'm doing a kind of free form? podcast generally Monday Wednesday Friday. I had a really awesome show. This weekend got up today. roundtable with a Tad Matt's former chair of L.. P. Georgia Stephen Stephen Kayla the chair of Lt Florida and Jospeh Smith One one of the top candidates right now Launched reporting also for chair the Libertarian Party and halfway through vermin supreme crashed it here in the US on one and we had a live studio audience. smoking pot In on the other side of the bus while while we recorded the podcast and I'm I'm enjoying getting back into it and I feel like finally finally I have enough perspective insensitive. I'M GONNA make media for my audience for my message. Not For a platform or burn a sponsor even but it's just part of what really motivates and satisfies is not an activist being able to connect with people on that deeper intellectual level. And you know what it was libertarianism. And you guys know this. I know you know all three of you discuss it on this level that not only is it an ethical message rather than a political message and therefore an anti political message but it it also in every way possible has to connect with the spiritual in a deeper sense when we're talking about a message of love and respect for your fellow human being and living better living by a higher standard of ethics living a better life free of the poison of authority already the spirit crushing the soul destroying effect of government is the worst of institution of institutionalized violent it really is a spiritual allocation. And you know what we are coming to some some of the hippies might call it ascension but there there really is an obvious I kind of enlightenment of humanity that we're experiencing right now and I i. I WanNa make sure that you know not just your listeners. Really everybody in this movement movement was identified. Libertarianism understand that you know in in a sense we are warriors and I say this as you know as a marine veteran a combat veteran. WHO's like yeah? The military is a cancer on the warrior class. Reclaiming that warrior spirit doesn't mean you know. Serving in the military and being a warrior is not the same as being a soldier warrior. Someone who's willing to put their life on the line to stand up to defend the people who need it the to stand up for righteousness and justice and to to intervene in crimes and stop them when they have the power to do that a soldier if someone who signs up to kill for politicians to be a part of the in inherently destructive racket militarism that the founders of this country were against it. I think that's a a huge part of the paradigm shift. In the United States government. The federal government and become the biggest part of the world has ever known day. It's so so interesting because I bring that up to some of my Shall we say less enlightened friends that you know in the eyes of everybody outside of the United States. We are the empire if you look at it in terms of star wars right like tell too because like even in Star Wars in south at the bad guys always have the coolest stuff as far as when it comes to your toys of war and that kind of thing and so that's exactly you know where the Federal Federal Government of the United States stands. I'm also wanted to mention. I appreciate your approach. I don't know anybody who's taken the time to get to know you that that would say anything other than Adam comes at this from a perspective of love and a perspective of brotherhood and So I I give all the credit in the world for having that perspective and bringing it because it's so easy to get angry you see all of the death and destruction and violence and coercion. That is 'cause it's just so easy to get angry but coming at it from a place of goodness the place of heart. Hey can we have you weigh in here. I mean you spent some time living in Virginia for a few years and it was a big topic on the air last night there were twenty plus thousand people apparently in the Virginia capital today opposing. The new gun laws. That may be being put into place there and I'm just wondering you know. What do you have to say about that from your perspective? I think it's an important step in the realization of freedom for America. And what I'm so excited about. Here's the element of localization. That is so obvious in this with the the fight over sanctuary counties you know if the county instead instead it's only GonNa say this county you're allowed to own guns and carry them in accordance with the Second Amendment you were a constitutional carry county. That's Great People WanNa live in a Eh county. That's not let them. Have you know the right to set their own rules in their own community liberals want sanctuary cities conservatives on sanctuary counties guess what this is why localization the everybody gets what they want strategy right so abolish the federal government and let people make more localized decisions. Well really getting rid of the federal government and and I you know getting rid of. It is not unfair but really localizing a lot of it gets a portion and we get to take back. Everything that's been stolen from us is individual Americans in in the bankruptcy dissolution process. But Ah that's only the first step in localization what this leads to then is the further decentralisation of government which is a beautiful global trend and and we got rid of the state governments we get down to the county level week. These city states breakoff people are able to form new communities that have a customized experience of governance. It's or none at all if they so choose. That's the future freedom. That's I'm an American imperialist in the truest sense because I'm the ideal deal of America respect for other people's rights or freedom of overthrowing empires is something that belongs to the whole human family. I WANNA stay lead. The world's board and freedom again that's the beauty of the American revolution that we said. Screw you king. We're going to be part of your empire anymore. We're going to do our own thing over here. And and for everybody in the world to have that right that ideal of America I think it should go blow the same way that you know. Hey we don't have to live under monarchy's and absolute rule like that anymore. We can at least have representative republic and I have certain ethical problems with that of course but it was clearly a step forward in human progress. We're ready for another big one. Such a beautiful vision man. I love it when you talk about the you know the house of how it's going to break down and you know how you give the folks who are already already parts of the federal organizations the opportunity to sort of own that portion of say the property You know the vehicles and you you know whatever the organization does give them the opportunity to turn it into a business themselves right okay. You guys are now part owners of this thing now go make it go and that that idea can expand as as you say downward in a decentralized manner towards all levels of government and I find it a particularly beautiful strategy Adam. How do we get? You moved to New Hampshire Hampshire. You'll never do it. Get rid of the mosquitoes in the winter. And I'm there. There's no mosquitoes during the winter. It's the summertime castle after you got to get rid of both of those those and the winter so yeah. It's not going to happen I I am I live. You know. I'm technically a member of the Free State projects. They joined in college when I. I really got into libertarianism. I think very low number on the on the members of somewhere like.

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Sams Garage Radio Talk Show WGKA 4/18/2020

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Eighty yeah well by baseball by myself. I wanted to wall and come back and have any friends. Yeah Oh God you know easy. It's amazing We call that racket ball. Oh Yeah I guess it. As we know Ted Williams Love Ted Williams Louisville slugger bat though and I had tell. Headway was fishing. Rod Ten Williams. He made a lot of sporting goods his name on it. No I did not know who ted Williams is the famous people players. Well no he invented the Cotton Gin. That's pretty cool. Yeah what kind of what kind of cotton? Gin is is whatever gloved where baseball the army. He does baseball so when was he play? When did he play a game? That's pretty cool was gave it either during the day. I come over there. He's like when the guy walked into the autoparts. Don't he walks up to the counter and he said to the guy I need. Do you have any headlights guys? Just for what he should so I can see at night. Toll Free at eight hundred three five five three five nine seven this hour. Sam Garages brought to you by the batteries. Teaching Ninety nine point ninety nine percent pure lead. Optima batteries will last up to three times longer is traditional flooded batteries. Optima batteries the ultimate power source. You can learn more at Optima batteries dot com and you know that OPTIMA battery of my tractor is still working. Isn't that amazing lady that that that really is amazing because That's a very old battery and it's been gone a long long time and the stat for a long time without you. That's pretty amazing. Yep Yep absolutely crazy by the way I have a battery of my little John Deere tractor now you know these little batteries that are in the John d attractive. I replaced him every year. Maybe he made me maybe get two years out of them. I have one and I keep it on my battery tender and it has got a day code of twenty fourteen on it about that. This is my sixth season on his battery. Call on the power sports battery right. Yeah the little thing that you know probably eight inches long ten inches long after we're done here most likely I'm going to jinx mind but the one that's on my four wheeler has been going mug maybe seven years as well like crazy if I had to replace them every year. This particular one is a good one. That's called the whole time there. I just got lucky me to you know when all it's going on with the weather you know we have. We're GONNA have storms tomorrow and it's something you need to monitor the weather. It's probably hopefully won't be as bad as it was on Easter Sunday Because there are a lot of people kill a lot of damage. Alabama got hammered hammered Mississippi Louisiana even Texas So this when you always want to make sure your generators running. Take your generator up. Fire it up because you have a power outage. You're going to be lying generator at least put a light on and keep the food in your refrigerator in you know so to. You don't want to spoil and if you've got a refrigerator and a freezer you wanna get a pretty good size generator. But you know I have. An electric generator has a little bitty battery like a motorcycle battery. That battery charges from the generator. When it's running but I've never gotten more than a year out of one of those batteries. Yeah I know it's pretty crazy I don't know why this even the ones you feel yourself. Or even now they have the field was they've had the field for a few years now or whatever you don't get you don't get a lot of life them. The one that's in the four wheeler is the one you fill so maybe there is a difference there that one of the four wheelers one you feel and And it's been going a good long time pretty amazing. Yeah you'd be lucky with that. Batteries are expensive today. But you WANNA buy a good quality battery so you know wherever you can put a an GM battery and that's always going to be more money. But it's GonNa last longer but with these little these generators. You should take them out running running for Half Hour. That also cleans the ozone to the commutation where the generator makes electricity. And when you feel that you should put some stabile or some kind of fuel stabiliser in fuel. I'm using that stabile. Three sixty because it not only stabilize the fuel preventive from oxidizing but it also has a the ethanol treatment at to keep the ethanol from separating. But you should run your generator and then also plug something into it. Make sure it's putting out the electricity in need and I try to run mine every month. Sometimes I don't get sometimes. It's two months I just take them outside. Make sure the tanks fill check the oil fired up about a half hour. And then I take a hundred watt bulb in a drop light and I go over and I plug it in and make sure it works and I lead the light on for a little bit of exercise that way and I when I parked my generators. I have a gas candidate I keep beside them. And then also all the cables. I need the extension cords that I hang on the wall right above the generators so it is a power outlet out outage. I know where the generators are. I know they're gonNA run. I got power chords and got refrigerators in the house in a freezer. And you know. I also have the the guest house to cabin. There's two refrigerators in there. So I don't have generators to run the house and then I I can't run the ACA of the heat. But you know I'll get by with keeping the light on say you're not in the dark and keeping a food cold Generators are one of the things you don't have to spend a lot of money on generators anymore. They used to be very very expensive. But make sure you check your generators out go reilly auto parts get yourself. Some fuel stabilizer You know keep the oil on hand. Most good generators have a low oil shutdown. But it's been my experience by the time it shuts it down. You've already downed some damage. That air cooled engine. You know absolutely. I have a generator. If you remember like a decade ago you and I tried to get this thing running and we did At the racing time we had bought a brand new generator and we use the twice and that is that for a number of years and then I went to go crack when I called. You have to pay any help with this and you got it fired up with me over the phone but we can't. We couldn't get the charge and I still couldn't get to charge. We go to a break. Sam It's twenty nine after you listen to the SAM's garage we'll be right back with seventy plus. She has experienced an automotive repair. Our service team knows what dirty gasoline does inside an engine over time and miles fuel ways to do and hot oil vapors create nasty hardened clusters of carbon diplock air flow into cylinders. 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We retrieve code for the Left Bank Oxygen Sensor shorted heated circuit and left bank rich fuel mixture condition. Time is a new oxygen sensor debate. Go ahead almost one hundred and fifty thousand miles in its own sheepishly. Admitted he always use the cheapest fuel we could find definitely a recipe for failure recommended installing new motor craft. Oxygen Centrist customer agreed so we installed new census cleared to codes and performed a road. Test fuel gems returned to normal and the car ran great. No reset another quality repair using motor craft replacement park participant simply designed for all your Ford and Lincoln. We pairs backed by a limited two year unlimited mileage warranty including one hundred and fifty dollars in labor with no commercial exceptions motocross. Right pot price. Right learn more about motor craft oxygen centers and other high quality vehicle-specific part had motor craft dot com. You're listening to Sam's garage and we are okay. We're back to work. I you can go ahead and take us back buddy there you go and we are back. You're talking the same all Sandwich. W right here on. Campus Radio Rican join US CO at eight hundred three five five three five nine seven. We got lines open for you. We could answer any question. You may have as long as it has. Automotive related right whenever. Let'S GO TO BILL IN MISSOURI. They bill tell us about your ninety seven. Chevy kind of Chevy got. That's thirty five hundred pickup intake manifold gasket sleep and again. This is like the third one and I'm going to try to do it myself. This time I made. What engines in your thirty five hundred engine? Do you have seven point four. Okay and Allison had to leak right. You're in a friend of the trying to integrate gear by the oilfield. Rtp sealant on that river. Little River thing rubber gasket builders. There's there's two ways you can do those and got the blue robber that comes in the gasket kit. If you use rubber only place you have to put the glue at the corners both above and below the blue rubber gasket at the corners? Or You could just WanNa bead of Rtd across but you gotta let that be fit. It's gotta be healthy beat in the status fit for at least twenty thirty minutes before you put the intake manifold on. If you're having three leaks re different times. It sounds like maybe there may be an improper job occurring here. We that rubber gaskets topic. Either the corner right. That's what Sam saying and I agree with Sam. Do not use those rubber seals. They move around clean. Everything real good. Get it good and clean and take a little alcohol. It's up to like that to clean the episodes got on it. Some good art. Tv TV means room temperature. Vulcanized put a good healthy feed across the the little flat. Spot there where the menopause sets and then up the sides a little ways. Then let it up for Sam said fifteen twenty minutes you got the big trick is you're GonNa need some help because there's a big manacle set it down straight on it. Yeah the front and rear and you would put good gaskets on the side talk properly. It should not leak but you gotTa let the RTD cure up. And I'll tell you what those rubber gaskets always league. Yes and bill and also let the gasket to sit overnight before you introduced fluids and heat to it that way you know that thick beat of RTD is setup. It's GonNa left for a long time and be nice and reliable got okay. I'm GONNA try that Man. That's five hundred dollars a pop them stupid things on there. Yeah you should be able to do that no problem just again be neat and clean but the TV set up and make sure you know that always use a fresh tube our TV. Rtd seems to last a long time but when it gets old it just doesn't set up right by kinds of us. Eighteen meet different kinds of that so I would use the gray. I would use the high temperature gray which is also for high vibration and my great yet. There's a gray. It's actually right here in my tool box and a a gray and it could vibration and Does a really good job of sailing all right one more question when I thought scripted around just mark little little spot on the road where the cabbage on the older Jacob. Put it back in the same spot. Probably the best thing to go ahead. I'm sorry you have to mark the rotor and the body you have to mark the distributor body also and you have to remember that when you pull a GM distributor out the oil pump. Driveshaft always moves a little bit. So you have to use a flat hits. Gibert put that drive shop back in order to get the rotor putting back to where you indicated on your lie. Yeah but about. If you just put a sack on their Allan Sherman turnage over work. Yeah you could do that. His his what you wanted his. I like to do this. Make it easy. Take the distributor cap off. You haven't touched shitty yet. You haven't loosen it up. Like Samson put a takeoff magic marker or shop he mocked the Basic Shiva against the base of the block. Then also I I just tapped the engine set the rotor. Exactly at twelve o'clock facing the file also straight at the firewall out because the curvature of the gear on the bottom of distributed drive which meshes with the camshaft. It's GonNa turn over that and it turns that oil pump driveshaft a little bit so when you pull it out and when you go to put it back in you'd have to shut the road a little away from that mark and as you drop it it's GonNa turn and a lineup with the mark that you made patients firewall. If it doesn't set down all the way that means it didn't engage the oil pump drive shot. Like Sam says you can pull the distribute up and turn the with a screwdriver because the slot at at the top. You can turn it a little bit. You can just put it down when you got the road or in the right place. If you bump the engine with the key it'll drop in. Yeah that's probably easier but you wouldn't know which way to turn it with a screwdriver. Right I mean right are how much it's a little. Tricky I think blown here and the distributors then again shifts is not going to get tires. Just that it's not all the way down right because it doesn't engage open dry. But if you have little pressure on it not a lot of pressure. You haven't put the clamp on it yet. Just a little pressure square down under distributor. The key it'll drop in after goes around a little bit all right. That's like a deal. I'm Mike Gaba cost in the shop down. I guess it depends on a lot of things but Because when you start doing this you find hoses that you've got to replace vacuum lines. All of that stuff takes a little bit more time. So I'm guessing probably what three or four hours Sam. Oh they charge you five hundred dollars. We have to remember the gasket kit hundred dollars so it's about four hours labor in from fluids and stuff But yeah if you do do it right this time and do not introduce and don't crank the truck for twenty four hours anytime. I work with glue. Rtd already a glue. I let my best especially with oil ban ninety percent of all glue and so if you want your path to remain reliable you have to benefit twenty four hours overnight all right probably that our gang time and get yourself a manual or a Diagram. You can find that online. Where you get the intake manifold talk sequence and the specification and doing my job talking down. Yeah thank you you gotTa take a few lines few. But you don't have to pull injectors out of manifold we we to go to a break. Good luck with that. Thanks for the phone call and take care of yourself. Toll Free at eight hundred five five rape five nine seven. It's forty minutes after the Hour Sam's garage and be right that two thousand thirteen hundred stumbled into the shop this week but the check engine light. The big was running rampant installing. This car been repaired by another shop. And after a thorough diagnosis we found the vehicle with generating a bad signal from the crankshaft position sensor. This seemed odd as it had just recently been replaced but the scope doesn't lie a bad way form signal needs to be fixed a solution. A new crankshaft position sensor from motorhead a longtime leader of equal thermostats in caps Motorola now offers engine management products that are engineered to meteoric cedo. Em Specifications designed to perform under severe operating conditions that are resistant to extreme heat. We made the change in that. 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Hopefully it'll be south of where we are south of I twenty but it looks like it's going to head over to the Macon area so keep an eye on the weather. Just Ba- capital and hopefully we'll get through that no problem. Monday will be bright shiny day after the clouds in the sky clears up and we'll have an day. Maybe I'll go fishing. You've been fishing yet. Sam Nocera yesterday We were at Walmart. I was actually thinking about getting a a real but then I said to myself you know. I've never caught a fish. You've never ever caught a fish ever so why wait. Whoa WHOA slow down. I what happened. What happened yeah? When but it's not like never I mean yes things trophy bass I have hanging on the wall here in my office got last year. Was It last year? It was the ten twenty years ago when you were a kid. Buffum maybe therapy. You're GonNa make me come over there. It is beautiful. We'll fish together. If you come over here you can show me. We'll have a mask on as I beat you. I'll be using proper technique by the won't be social distancing. They gotta get close enough to you. That's right you can get one of those arms when you hit the button and a punching. Boxing Glove comes at you like the cartoon day. Are there any monsters in Lakeland? Air Like they were like. Oh County yes. Yeah yes there are monsters. I don't I don't get out of the vote. Fan The vote break as the cell phone so you get your boat. All tuned up. Yes yes we've out on the lake every day night In the week has left for weekend last night. We were out there on the doctor hanging out in Madison under the stars. It was very pretty and then We're GONNA be going out there again today. It's really nice. When have both down there on the dock and you just hang out and your cold? You don't have to go out to the main body of the lake because it becomes like an ocean out there. I mean you can only cruise like a twelve fourteen miles an hour or you will get beat up by all the way. Yep Yep well my boat. Sufficient vote is flat bottom so it when the when the Lakers rough. I don't want to go too fast but I tell you what I've done some service to mind my next. My boat is all set to go. I've used it once this year. It's all set to go. I put a new fish finder in the front that finder and fat all kinds of needs that the GPS features the nicest feature. It's real simple. You just push a button when you leave wherever you leaving from. Paint LITTLE DOTS on the screen. So when you get one of these coves on these tributaries Repin these creeks and you get way are all you have to turn the boat around and follow the dots back. It's like Hansel and Gretel with the breadcrumbs pretty cool. Yeah that's an easy way you can get lost on the lake absolutely The one time we got lost. I'll never forget one of our few experiences here. Ten years ago and liquid near we got turned around and I didn't know the lake as well as I do now and it was. It was bad it was a good hour so panicking of arguing Trying to find our way back we fought our way back and ever since then I know coney like the back of my head and I loaned me like the back of my head because I've made it My job to go out there and make sure I go through every cove and everywhere so we know the whole lake absolutely and if you remember last week when we were on the air. I told you that you know I get up early on Saturday morning to do radio just like you do but I have my mom chef a six. Am My time at five. Forty five I got a text from Terry McGinnis. She woke me up. The Asi said you out of the bed yet and I said why is he? Texted me at fight. It was actually five forty seven. I don't want to exaggerate anyway. I kept texting me. You okay I figured maybe he had a problem with driving his truck or something and he never texted me back the whole time. We're on the air. Because he was on lake with and he didn't have any signal with his cell phone carrier there. The last thing I got from him was a text so when we get off the air about one o'clock he called me and then he said I've had a great day. I was hoping you could join me after radio. I said well you know that would have been nice but I. You never responded. He said I had no signal and he cut seven fish last week on. Lakewood alley back or did they take them all true? I think you told me three back. Maybe four because there were small but it took a few good sized bass home there They are killing The crappy down they have. They're catching crappy like crazy and I'm GonNa do a little night fishing this year. I bought a light to go night fishing and want to run down when to get a couple of twelve volt. Led Lights to put on the front of my boat just coming back to the launch ramp. You got some light duck. Light loading dock is not fun. Yeah though could imagine how about a bath. How does it take Bass taste? Had It back date yet like admits good? I mean if you got a couple of good lodge mouth passes you fillet them right. They're very good. They're very sweet and tender. You know the the depending on where you are in the country they call them crappy here they call him crappy on the West Coast But really what that is. That's part of the Bass family. It's a Calico Bass is what it is and they pull some big ones. Outta here big ones out of lake without in fact. They haven't tournament today so obviously. I'm working I can't go but I went down to a reilly auto parts and I bought a bunch of stuff for my boat. You know some wire and switches and I'm going to try to feed the wire through the bulkheads and get it up in the front and tap onto my Ignition switch to pull Twelve volts of the the lights. 'cause they're going to be led. They're not going to pull a lot of current you know or I right. Don't you have to be able to catch fish to play in the tournament official tournament? So it's not that you're just working other reasons life right tournaments you mean for you not making it today. You don't have to be able to catch fish. All you have to do is have a boat the fishing gear and pay your entry fee if you don't catch fish. I don't care that okay. I've got the intricate. That's what it's all about. They raise money all right. It's fifty one minutes hour. We'RE GONNA go to a quick break here. This is Sam's garage toll. Free eight hundred three five three five nine seven listened to his right here on. Am Nine hundred twenty answer. We'll be right back. Sama MODEL HIP EATEN DETROIT. Spring you restoring classic vehicle building street rods just fixing up your favorite car truck. Don't forget the springs springs. Age and that allows competent heightened stability to deteriorate in business for eighty is eaten Detroit. Spring is a fourth generation company. 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The check engine light it popped on on the customer said. It was running rough a quick test drive. Reveal the hot engine. Misfire in the code was Peo- three seven misfire selling number seven. We pulled the ignition coil and sparkplug from the number seven cylinder. The plug was new but the coil in BOOT looked ragged eye solution. A motorized ignition coil. Motorola now offers a complete line of engine management products ignition coils crank and camshaft position centers mass apple centers an even variable valve timing silent noise. These products are engineered to ensure optimal engine performance and designed to perform under severe operating conditions. A motorized ignition components. Meet or exceed. Oem specifications plus all engine management products. Back with the competence of a limited lifetime warranty. We put the plug back in. Installed a motorized ignition coil. In the misfire was gone after clearing the code we recommended replacing the other seven coils soon to eliminate future issues drive to motorized dot com for more information about motor at thermostats caps and now engine management products in the Service Bay this week. A two thousand five Chevy Silverado. The truck was experiencing front and break noise and the customer also described a pull to the left when stopping we performed a thorough inspection and found the front pads but completely worn out on the driver's side but the passionate decide pads looked to be in good shape and we noticed a loose wheel bearing. Why would the pad to be worn on? Just one side. It was a seized driver's side break caliber so we replaced the pads and rotors on the front brakes along with the driver's side caliber. We also replaced the passenger side wheel bearing potch choice for the repair. I'M NICK CRAP. But today's complex vehicles. Not every part works. I works well. Walli fit and function is a belief system in our shop approved and backed by Ford Motor Company. For most non Ford Non Lincoln Vehicles Omnitracs qualcomm brake parts will help ensure a vehicle reliability and longevity learn more about the craft breaks and other craft. I'm the CRAP AUTO PARTS DOT com auto backed by four. You're listening to Sam's garage back to work here at SAM's garage fifty four minutes after the hour a little shout out to our friends at blaster blasted corporation producing over more than twenty. Two thousand bottles of sanitizer and that donating it to police officers firefighters and paramedics. Everybody in Ohio. Doing a good job. And if you WANNA see something cool. Check out the blast. Their Straw with flow control. Technology is a great video on their website Blaster Corp Dot Com and if pe- blasted we use it all the time. It does a really good job. Let's go to Kennesaw Georgia and talk to Gene with a sixty nine Camaro. Hey Good morning good morning. I'm Matt Camaro. I want to change the ignition key unit. I managed to get the old one out and I have a new one for it and it seems to be the proper one but after put it in about one inch will not go any further into that steering column Very difficult there's A. There's a clip. The to undo is like a secret. I have a sixty eight Camaro that I did and I remember this Jane. It kicked my butt trying to get the key position just right to Clinton and you know you have to have the key in certain position for it to go all the way and right to same way took it out you know and I don't even think I get back to that Plastic Thing inside that you know you turn with the ignition unit. I don't even think I get back that far. But the groove on the bottom seems to be proper and ignition key. Unit seem to be property? Go in that group of boy it gets about one inch in it. Just stops dead at won't go any further burr or a change in shape anywhere. No it's a solid. The senator itself has the same dimension the whole way when when you pulled it out. Tell me exactly how you got the cylinder out not easy but I had to get rid of some of the mental in there to get at the little clip that you push in to allowed to come out for the old one and that was not fun because they when they make them. They don't really make that slot. You have to kind of open it up and I made a screwdriver with very slim metal piece to go in there to push in that clip to get it out so I got out and now I can't get the new one in. It just seems to stop after I go in about an answer so and I have no idea why what you do is get yourself a little paste of some sort put it on the end of it push it in and when it stops and pull it back out and Lee witness witness mark. See where it's touching you've either got something distorted and Alec Sam said You gotTa Burr. Something's changed in there that Not allowing his tumbler. Go back into the clip in place where it needs to be. What do you mean by that clip? Now that you talked about the clip that push into get. The old went out right correct. Yes in other words you know. That's the same as the new one. Okay gene have you tried to put the old one back in and see if it goes in and out correctly nor did not but I can do that. I that I know how that clip exactly another. You know how to get it out. Just go ahead and bring in all the old one and uninstall it and see if there isn't an issue here before you go onto the new one. We'll do that. Yeah yeah that's probably the best advice. Good Idea Sam thanks. Thanks guys appreciate it very much. True Breaking College back. If you fix it let us know welcoming on and take care. Okay you know Sam. Those things can be set like you said kickabout in how many done hundreds and hundreds of those. I've done a bunch of them. You know I had with a tilt column with a trend. Used to come Lucien as the whole thing would be lose if the take everything apart. Well well. I've done that most of the time. I've replaced that ignition. Come Tumbler up. And sometimes they come in and out like nothing. Sometimes you just work like crazy. And they don't seem to want to go back together. Yeah it's amazing. What a bear. It can be absolutely horrible on. That can be tough to like. I said that I walk on the same way. My folks be nine minutes at their one minute to noon in Atlanta. Take carry yourself with seeing next week. God bless you next week. They everybody goodbye.

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NEJM This Week  April 2, 2020

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NEJM This Week April 2, 2020

"Welcome this is the New England Journal of Medicine. I'm Dr Michael Bearer this week April second. Two Thousand Twenty. We feature articles on the timing of endoscopy for acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding multi drug resistant bacterial infections in. Us hospitalized patients the US burden of C. Difficile infection CD nineteen directed carty cells in refractory Mantle Cell Lymphoma and creating a framework for conducting randomized clinical trials disease outbreaks a review article on Anorexia. Nervosa A clinical problem solving describing missing the target and perspective articles on Stigma and the toll of addiction on escaping Pandora's box and on waste worry and the seven sins of medicine for more information on the ongoing corona virus pandemic including audio updates from any J. M. Editor in Chief. Eric Rubin and deputy editor Lindsey Bayden visit the cove in Nineteen Resource Center at any J. M. Dot org slash corona virus. Timing of endoscopy for acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding by James Lau from the Chinese University of Hong Kong Shatin. It is recommended that patients with acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding undergo endoscopy within twenty four hours after gastroenterologist consultation to evaluate whether urgent and dos copy improves outcomes in patients predicted to be at high risk for further bleeding or death. Five hundred sixteen patients with overt signs of acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding and a glasgpow blatch score of twelve or higher were randomly assigned to undergo endoscopy within six hours. Urgent Endoscopy Group or between six and twenty four hours. Early Endoscopy Group after gastroenterology consultation. The thirty day mortality was eight. Point nine percent in the urgent endoscopy group and six point six percent in the early endoscopy group further bleeding within thirty days occurred in ten point nine percent of patients in the urgent endoscopy group and in seven point four percent in the early endoscopy group ulcers with active bleeding or visible vessels were found on initial endoscopy in sixty six point. Four percent of the one hundred fifty eight patients with peptic ulcers in the urgent group and in forty seven point eight percent of one hundred fifty nine patients in the early group endoscopic. He must static. Treatment was administered at initial endoscopy. For sixty point one percent of patients in the urgent endoscopy group and for forty eight point. Four percent in the early endoscopy group in patients with acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding. Who were at high risk for further bleeding or death and daas could be performed within six hours? After gastroenterologist consultation was not associated with lower thirty day mortality than endoscopy performed between six and twenty four hours after consultation. Lauren Lane from Yale School of Medicine. Newhaven writes in an editorial that the results show. No advantage of urgent endoscopy over early. Endoscopy with respect to clinical outcomes or duration of hospitalization. The primary outcome of death from any cause which was used by the authors in determining sample size was lower than expected in the early and dos copy group nevertheless mortality and the incidents of further bleeding. The outcomes considered most important in studies of Upper Gastrointestinal. Bleeding were slightly higher rather than lower in association with urgent and Dos Copy. That is in the direction opposite of their hypothesis. That urgent and dos copy would provide benefit the lower limit of the ninety five percent confidence interval for the difference between urgent and early and dos copy in mortality and the incidents of further bleeding approximately minus two percentage points for each makes it unlikely that the use of a larger sample would have led to a finding of clinically meaningful benefit of urgent endoscopy. The available evidence suggests that most patients hospitalized with upper gastrointestinal bleeding need not be rushed to immediate endoscopy rather resuscitation and treatment for coexisting. Active medical conditions should be initiated as appropriate and endoscopy then performed within twenty four hours after presentation although the current trial suggests that periods somewhat longer than twenty. Four hours may be acceptable in high risk. Patients this editorialist favors endoscopy within twenty four hours. For patients hospitalized with upper gastrointestinal bleeding to avoid potentially prolonging hospitalization unnecessarily multi-drug resistant bacterial infections in. Us hospitalized patients two thousand twelve to two thousand seventeen by John Journey again from the Centers for Disease Control and prevention Atlanta multi-drug resistant. Md are bacteria that are commonly associated with healthcare cause a substantial health burden this article provides US national estimates. For six common knows a Komeito pathogens the hospital cohort in the study accounted for forty one point six million hospitalizations greater than twenty percent of. Us hospitalizations annually. The overall rate of clinical cultures was two hundred ninety two cultures per one thousand patient days and was stable throughout the time period in two thousand seventeen. These pathogens caused an estimated six hundred twenty two thousand three hundred ninety infections among hospitalized patients of these infections. Eighty-three percent had their onset. In the community and seventeen percent had their onset in the hospital methicillin resistant Staphylococcus Mercer and extended spectrum Beta lacked amaze esp L. producing interro bacteria. Aca infections accounted for the majority of the infections fifty two percent and thirty two percent respectively between two thousand twelve and two thousand seventeen the incidents decreased for Mersa infection vancomycin resistant enterococcus infection carbon. Panam Resistant Asset. Neto b-actor species infection an MD are Pierro Genova infection with decreases ranging from minus twenty point five percent to minus thirty nine point two percent. The incidents of Carbon Pem Resistant. Interro bacteria infection did not change significantly the incidence of espn infection increased by fifty three point three percent a change driven by an increase in community onset cases healthcare associated anti microbial resistance places a substantial burden on patients in the United States. Further work is needed to identify and improve interventions for both the inpatient and outpatient settings in an editorial ferrick. Fong from the University of Washington School of Medicine Seattle writes that with news on many fronts seeming to get inexorably worse it is worth pausing to raise our glasses to celebrate some recent evidence of progress. Of course there is some bad news to go with the good. The bad news which comes as no surprise is that antimicrobial resistance continues to place a considerable burden on patients in the US healthcare system however the good news is that the incidence of several MDR pathogens has decreased control and prevention efforts appear to be having some success we cannot afford to be complacent about recent progress in the healthcare setting because resistant pathogens are still too common in. Most institutions and favorable trends can be readily reversed. It will be more difficult to control. Anti microbial resistance in the community and innovative approaches are needed. Moreover The continued presence of MDR organisms and the rapid emergence of antimicrobial resistance to recently introduced agents mean that new strategies for the Treatment of Infections by MDR organisms must continue to be a high priority. We can take encouragement from the findings of Jernigan and colleagues as we now redouble our efforts to continue the downward trend in antimicrobial resistance in healthcare settings and seek to better understand and prevent infections by MD organisms in the community trends in US burden of clostridium difficile infection and outcomes by Alice Goo from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta efforts to prevent C. difficile infection continued to expand across the healthcare spectrum in the United States the authors use data from the emerging infections program which identified cases of C. Difficile infection in ten US sites to determine trends in the national estimates of the burden and incidents of C. Difficile infection and associated outcomes from two thousand eleven through two thousand seventeen the number of cases of C. Difficile infection in the ten. Us sites was fifteen thousand. Four hundred sixty one in two thousand eleven and fifteen thousand five hundred twelve in two thousand seventeen with accounting for the use of nucleic acid amplification tests the adjusted estimate of the total burden of C. Difficile infection decreased by twenty four percent from two thousand eleven through two thousand seventeen the adjusted estimate of the national burden of healthcare associated C. difficile infection decreased by thirty six percent whereas the adjusted estimate of the national burden of community associated. Cdc infection was unchanged the adjusted estimate of the burden of hospitalizations for C. Difficile infection decreased by twenty four percent whereas the adjusted estimates of the burden of first recurrences and in hospital deaths did not change significantly the estimated national burden of C. Difficile infection and dissociated hospitalizations decreased from two thousand eleven through two thousand seventeen owing to a decline in healthcare associated infections K T e X. Nineteen Car T. Cell therapy in relapsed or refractory. Mantle Cell Lymphoma Lymphoma by Michael Wang from the University of Texas. Md Anderson Cancer Center Houston patients with relapsed or refractory mantle cell lymphoma who have disease progression during or after the receipt of Bruton's tyrosine Kinase bt K inhibitor. Therapy have a poor prognosis this phase. Two trial evaluated K T e x nineteen an anti CD. Nineteen COMERICA Antigen receptor car. T. Cell therapy. In seventy four patients with relapsed or refractory mantle cell lymphoma in an intention to treat analysis involving all seventy four patients eighty five percent had an objective response. Fifty nine percent had a complete response at a median. Follow UP OF TWELVE POINT. Three months fifty. Seven percent of the sixty patients in the primary efficacy analysis were in remission at twelve months the estimated progression free survival and overall survival where sixty one percent and eighty-three percent respectively common adverse events have grade three or higher were site appeanas in ninety four percent of the patients and infections in thirty two percent grade. Three or higher cytokine release syndrome and neurologic events occurred in percent and thirty one percent of patients respectively. None were fatal to grade. Five infectious adverse events occurred. Kt X nineteen induced durable remissions in majority of patients with relapsed or refractory mantle. Cell Lymphoma the therapy lead to serious and life threatening toxic effects that were consistent with those reported with other car. T. Cell Therapy's Anorexia Nervosa a clinical practice article by James Mitchell from the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Fargo Anorexia Nervosa is a severe psychiatric disorder characterized by starvation and malnutrition a high prevalence of coexisting psychiatric conditions marked treatment resistance or no response to treatment frequent medical complications and substantial risk of death. The two designated sub types Anorexia Nervosa are the restricting subtype which is characterized by dietary restriction and the binge eating and purging subtype in which restriction is accompanied by binge eating purging or both anorexia nervosa often progresses from one subtype to another particularly from the restricting subtype to the bingeing purging subtype. Osteoporosis is a major concern in patients with Anorexia Nervosa recently a genome wide association. Study identified eight risk low side for Anorexia Nervosa that were also predictive of other psychiatric disorders as well as a low. Bmi and metabolic arrangements indications for hospitalization include profound hypertension or dehydration. Severe Electrolyte abnormalities. Me is or severe braided. Cardia suicide risk and a body. Mass index of fifteen or less several psychotherapeutic approaches are used in management for children and adolescents. Family based treatments are commonly USED PSYCHOTROPIC. Medications are generally ineffective in promoting weight gain reducing depressive symptoms or preventing relapse in patients with Anorexia Nervosa. Listen to the full text of this article at Nejm Dot. Org Missing target a clinical problem solving article by Christopher Erie Rt from Brigham and women's Hospital. Boston a fifty eight year old man who lived in the Boston area presented to the emergency department in August with a two week. History of pelvic pain on the left side with subsequent development of severe pain in the abdomen lower back and Groin. He also reported numbness originating near his own business in spreading to his thighs. The patient's medical history included mantle cell lymphoma the history of lymphoma increased the possibility of a spinal compressive condition resulting from recurrent. Disease the patient took care of a Koi pond and helped his wife with gardening. He did not recall any recent mosquito or tick bites examination. Results seemed most consistent with a poly ridiculous apathy in which there was damage to multiple nerve roots M. R. I. Of the spine was notable for Lepto meningococcal enhancement throughout the thoracic spinal cord with substantial thickening and enhancement of the routes within the CADA equation. Ah The patient was admitted to the oncology service for presumed lymphoma of the central nervous system a lumbar puncture was performed his. Csf findings were most consistent with a viral meningitis neuro. Syphilis or Neuro Borelli else's the Infectious Disease Service was consulted on physical examination. Clinicians noted a well demarcated and everything it is patch with central clearing involving the patients left Groin and anterior thigh given the associated neurologic findings lime disease appears to be the most likely explanation to unify the entire clinical picture creating a framework for conducting randomized clinical trials during disease outbreaks. A sounding board article by Natalie Dean from the University of Florida Gainesville conducting trials of novel interventions during Infectious Disease Emergencies such as the ongoing Kovic. Nineteen pandemic is increasingly recognized. As important for determining the efficacy of potential vaccines and therapies clinical trials to evaluate investigational interventions are being implemented as part of the broader efforts to control the spread of an infectious disease and to improve patient outcomes in such circumstances however it can be challenging to acquire the necessary evidence about the effects of the interventions to inform future patient care and public health planning in part because of the unpredictable size geographic location and duration of outbreaks concern about publication. Bias has led to an emphasis on the need to report the results of all clinical trials. Even those that end early with inconclusive results at the end of an outbreak a new approach to clinical trials is needed to enable reliable evaluations of vaccines and treatments for outbreak pathogens in this report strategies to develop high-quality evidence to guide the development of new therapies are proposed the authors propose a core protocol concept that allows a clinical trial to extend across multiple infectious disease outbreaks. The approach accommodates the changing and unpredictable features of an epidemic and incorporates new investigative team members into the trial over time stigma and the toll of addiction a perspective article by Nora Volkov from the National Institute on Drug Abuse Bethesda each day in two thousand eighteen. An average of one hundred eighty five people in the United States died from a drug overdose among the many challenges in delivering appropriate. Care to the nearly twenty million people in the United States with substance use. Disorders is the chilling effect of stigma. Stigma not only impedes access to treatment and care delivery it also contributes to the disorder on the individual whereas considerable progress has been made in reducing the stigma associated with some psychiatric disorders such as depression. Such change has been much slower in relation to substance use disorders. One obstacle is that this stigma has causes beyond those that apply to most other conditions. People who are addicted to drugs sometimes lie or steal and can behave aggressively especially when experiencing withdrawal or intoxication triggered. Paranoia these behaviors are transgressions of social norms. That make it hard even for their loved ones to show them compassion. So it is easy to see why strangers or healthcare workers may be rejecting or unsympathetic tacit beliefs or assumptions about personal responsibility and the false belief that will power should be sufficient to stop drug. Use are never entirely absent from most people's thoughts when they interact with someone with a drug problem. Healthcare professionals are not immune to these assumptions in part the difficulty reflects continued resistance to the idea. That addiction is a disease. Stigma reduction to combat the addiction crisis developing evidence base a perspective article 'em McGinty from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Baltimore between nineteen ninety nine and two thousand seventeen more than seven hundred thousand. Americans died from drug overdoses to address this crisis. We must combat the stigma. Attached to addiction stigma manifests in labeling of people negative stereotyping status loss and discrimination public stigma which these authors focus on involves pervasive negative attitudes and beliefs that lead to societal rejection of persons with addiction although the evidence base for effectively combating public stigma related to addiction is vastly underdeveloped available research points to a number of principles that can guide stigma reduction campaigns. I use of person first. Language is essential for stigma reduction. Research has shown that use of terms such as substance. Abuser is more likely to exacerbate stigma then use of person first language such as a person with a substance use disorder. Second emphasizing solutions appears to reduce stigma highlighting. The availability of effective treatment helped reduce stigma associated with HIV AIDS. Third Research suggests that use of sympathetic narratives stories that humanize people with addiction may reduce stigma but the devil is in the details. Negative attitudes about addiction are inextricably linked to stigma against certain races and socioeconomic. Classes finally stigma reduction messages should emphasize societal rather than individual causes of addiction escaping. Pandora's box another novel Corona Virus A perspective article by David Morgan's from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Bethesda. The nineteen eighteen influenza pandemic was the deadliest event in human history fifty million or more deaths. We should remember it as we deal with the growing epidemic of Kovic nineteen. If public health efforts cannot control viral spread we will soon be witnessing the birth of a fatal Global Penick the Greek myth of Pandora's box comes to mind the gods had given Pandora a locked jar. She was never to open driven by human weaknesses. She nevertheless opened it releasing the world's misfortunes and plagues of course scientists tell us that SARS covy to did not escape from jar aren a sequences closely resemble those of viruses that silently circulate in bats and epidemiologic information implicates a bat origin virus infecting unidentified animal species sold in. China's live animal markets. We have recently seen many. Such emerging tzoanos including the two thousand and three bat corona virus derived SARS which came terrifyingly close to causing a deadly global pandemic. That was prevented only by swift global public health actions and luck now. Seventeen years later we stand at a similar precipice. We have reached this point. Because of continuing increases in the human population crowding human movement environmental alteration and ECOSYSTEMIC complexity with luck public health control measures may be able to put the demons back in the jar if not we face a daunting challenge equal to or perhaps greater than that posed by the influenza pandemic of a century ago waste worry and the seven sins of medicine a perspective article by Brendan Riley from Dartmouth College. Hanover New Hampshire. It takes seconds to suspect the diagnosis. There's nothing else this could be annoying. But Benign Greg's maladies common and typically resolves on its own reassuring him however isn't so simple after other doctors have scared the Bejesus out of him he called Dr Riley after the cardiologists scheduled him for Carnegie Angiography. I couldn't walk fast enough on the treadmill my sore hip you know. So they did the PHARMACOLOGIC stress test. But that was inconclusive. Too so he says. Do the angiogram better safe than sorry right. Why are they doing these tests? So I can get a note for the gym the Gym they put me in twenty three hour. Observation did an electrocardiogram and some blood tests and x-rays then A. C. T. of my head. That looked okay but then they needed one of my neck then they did an MRI of my brain and after that a neurologist came and said my tests were fine so maybe it's BP. But I better keep that appointment with the cardiologists in case something else is going on to something else. Greg was the chief information officer for to multinational drug firms so outrageous pricing doesn't surprise him nor does irrational risk aversion. What shocks him is the stupidity of the process. The Mental Laziness. The final Straw comes when Greg sees his niece a young internist at a family gathering. He begins telling her his story. But after about thirty seconds she says you got be P P V But it's getting better right. Stupidity and Mental Laziness are two of the seven sins of medicine enumerated by Richard Asher decades ago in his time. These and other transgressions were usually due to thoughtlessness and not deliberate in today's wasteful system. The distinction is less clear are images in clinical medicine features. A thirty one year old woman who presented to the emergency department in Greece with a history of blurred vision in the left eye over a four week period and progressive bulging of the left eye over a two week period physical examination revealed non tender prop toasts of the left eye polices of the left. Abdou seasons nerve and reduced visual acuity in the left. I A T two weighted Gadolinium enhanced. Mri of the brain showed a well-defined. Ovoid CYSTIC and Retro Bullbar Lesion in the left orbital cavity the optic nerve was displaced nasal and lateral rectus muscle was compressed. The patient underwent left lateral or Batata me and the system was completely removed but ruptured during surgery. The area was washed with sailing. Histo-pathological examination revealed Multiple Proto Scuola sees with central Hook litz adjacent or attached to a thick a cellular laminated e. Kinda cockle cyst membrane. A diagnosis of a High Dad's cyst caused by the Kinda Caucus. Granollers tapeworm was made thoracic and abdominal. C. T. Scans revealed no extra orbital organ involvement. The patient received a three month course of album diesel and at follow up three months later she had full recovery of visual acuity a fifty three year old man with a history of treated stage. One aim mycosis fungoides. That had been diagnosed seven years earlier presented with a two month. History of new and rapidly progressing lesions on his face and body examination of the head and neck showed multiple coalescing subcutaneous nonchalant lesions and deep furring of skin folds that resulted in distortion of the patients facial features. Also present were numerous hyper pigmented erythematosus modules as well as crusted hyper carrot. Totic tumors affecting approximately eighty five percent of the patients. Total body surface area flow Saitama tree of the peripheral blood identified a small population of atypical lymphocytes and a pet scan showed increased. Flora Dioxide Glucose uptake in the cervical acts. Hillary and pelvic lymph nodes as well as in the spleen and liver. A skin. Biopsy confirmed the diagnosis of Mycosis fungoides. With CD thirty expressing large cell transformation the patient began a regimen of bren toxic cyclophosphamide doxorubicin and prednisone and notable improvement was seen after two cycles. This concludes our summary. Let us know what you think about our audio summaries. Any comments or suggestions may be sent to audio at any J. M. Dot Org. Thank you for listening.

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Marty Appel 7-14-19

CATS Roundtable

07:28 min | 1 year ago

Marty Appel 7-14-19

"Good Morning New York. This is the cats roundtable John Katzman T._D.'s here Sunday morning again Sunday mornings to do new things. Let your mind wander with us. This morning is a historian. One of the New York Yankees famous historian Mardi Appel he started nineteen seventy-three spent ten years with the Yankees and went on Good morning money. How this morning excellent thank you? I hope you same for you now. You wrote a book on New York Yankees and you spent a lot of time with them. Tell us you know I grew up with the Yankees. I grew up with the Yankees when there were no max so I was always Joe Dimaggio Mickey Mantle I can name you to sixty two nineteen sixty two starting lineup Mickey Mantle Incentive Hector Lopez in or the right and and was it left right Harris was in right Roger Marriage was in right Tony Kubeck shortstop Moose Karen first base <hes> Bobby Richardson on second and clete Boyer on Third Third Yogi Berra catching your too good for me. You're the historian not me. I love the Yankees. Tell us about you stories about the Yankees well. I was fortunate. I actually started in one thousand nine hundred sixty sixty eight. I was hired to answer Mickey Mantles Fan Mail. He was not attending to it. It was his final season and the Yankees P._R.. Director Bob official knew that male needed to be answered so I had written. The Leonard Looking for summer job from college <hes> I got hired on the basis of an interview in that letter and that launched a career which to this day kind of identifies me people know me as though the guy that worked for the Yankees Linke's later on I <hes> produced their telecasts on channel eleven in New York and <hes> have always had an affiliation with them now. I wrote a book a few years ago called Pinstripe Empire which was the definitive history of the franchise back to its origins and <hes> we had a book party that Nicholas and Lens through on the West Side and you came to the Book Party. I'll never forget that all the away in the west side all away. Oh tell me your best Yankee Story. All my best Yankee story was just getting to know Mickey Mantle. I mean I grew up in New York. He was boyhood hero hero as he was to so many baby boomers in the fifties and he just had that Hollywood glamour about him. Even in a <hes> off shucks kind of way so I was doing his fan mail and there was really nothing he needed to see but I would always manage to save up two or three letters that I had to go over with him personally so he saw right through me any kind of laughed when he'd see me coming because he knew I didn't really need his inputs but reformed a friendship out of that and it lasted through his life he died in nineteen ninety four and I would always say my God Mickey Mantle knows my name Wow. I can't say that I met him a couple of times. Times but I never knew my name I guess he already just couldn't pronounce it. I remember nineteen sixty sixty two when Roger Marriage had sixty one home runs and Mickey Mantle hit fifty four sixty one sixty one in sixty one easy to remember those great memories. I I really enjoyed growing up with them. The Hall of fame we've just Mariana Rivera marriages got into it and I met him a few times and he got in it. I heard that it was unanimous. Yes he was the first player ever elected unanimously and you know we're talking Babe Bruce and ty Cobb and Joe Dimaggio and Ted Williams Sandy Colfax none of them were unanimous until Maryono Rivera so what an honor for him and what a weekend it's going to be in Cooperstown <hes> <hes> they may have their biggest crowd ever and <hes> it's it's thrilling and as you know as a prelude to that weekend I'm going to be speaking at the Emerson resort and SPA halfway to cooperstown from New York <hes> not far from Albany a lot of central New York baseball fans are GONNA come and we're just GonNa have an evening of talking baseball this coming Wednesday at the Emerson. Wow that's terrific. What is your best George Steinbrenner story and I tell you in line after that you know what John People always ask me about working for George Steinbrenner and my answer was greatly helped? In the nineties in the late eighties <hes> with the Seinfeld show 'cause I could answer to say it's just like on Seinfeld. I was George Costanza so <hes> the portrayal was closer to accurate accurate then people would imagine he was a dynamo. I went to work for him. When he bought the team he was only forty two years old so he was really full of energy then and my God he loved the the Yankees and he wanted to win so badly that all the prophets that he made he divided up to two degree among the shareholders of the team has partners but he put most of that profit back against the team always looking to signs star players glamour players the theater owner Jimmy neater lander was one of his partners and neater lander told him when he bought the team New York likes big stars? Make sure you always going after the biggest so he did starting with Reggie Jackson and <hes> that was that's his greatest legacy. I think that he put his profits back into the team. Always wanted to give the fans a winner. I'm story I I was built as he was one of my best friends and he was one of my mentors and on nine ten we were in steinburner sweet and holy cow who knew what was going the happened than evening of nine and built for gays home burnt down that night to and he had to run home well. That's my sorry that is quite a story also at that game by the way was John F. Kennedy.

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E130: Arsenic Anna Pt. 2 - Anna Marie Hahn

Serial Killers

57:28 min | 1 year ago

E130: Arsenic Anna Pt. 2 - Anna Marie Hahn

"I'm vanessa richardson introducing a new podcast original today in true crime. Today is monday monday august nineteenth two thousand nineteen on this day in nineteen seventy. John norman collins was convicted. The murder of eighteen year old karen sue bynum an an outsider would have assumed collins called handsome by the newspapers was was karen's boyfriend that it was a crime of passion however despite being tried for only one murder collins was guilty of of many many more authorities believed he was notorious that collins was the ipse landy ripper today and true crime is podcast new daily show that relives the biggest true crime events from each day in history. Don't miss today's full episode follow today and true crime for free on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts now due to the graphic nature nature of this killer's crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of murder elder abuse and assault that some people may find offensive. We advise is extreme caution for children under thirteen cincinnati nineteen thirty three. It was the hottest day in july but it sure rubik blonde eight year old boy bounced eagerly through the door of his home on coal rain avenue trailed by several of his friends. Oscar was eager to show off his favourite possessions to the other boys oscar brought out his begun and collection of knives. The other boys always stared in awe knowing their mothers would scream if they saw them around such dangerous toys but oscar's mother was different like oscar. She had a few special things she liked to show off to visitors. The silver dinner ware the antique furniture the pool table in the basement. There was one item item in the house that both oscar and his mother insisted on bringing out for every guest to admire it sat on the mantle in a place of honor owner. Oscar is stretched to his tippy toes to reach the mantle carefully. He wrapped his little hands around in earn and lifted down oscar unscrewed unscrewed the earns lid and tipped it forward showing his friends. What was inside ernst cooler. He was once a respected businessman dan but soon after meeting oscar's mother he became very sick. Now he was nothing but ash stored in a shabby burn on annemarie hans mantle a mantle that she inherited from him along with everything else he owned own hi. I'm greg poulsen. This is serial killers apar- cast original every monday we dive into the minds and madness of serial killers. Today we continue our deep dive into anna marie hahn before becoming the first woman to dine ohio electric chair. She was a serial poisoner whose murders funded her lavish satish lifestyle. I'm here with my co host minnesota richardson hi everyone last week we dug into annemarie hans childhood in bavaria where oh she was disowned and shunned after having a child out of wedlock at the age of eighteen we discussed how she immigrated to the united states by accepting a large alone from her step uncle which she never repaid. We also talked about her compulsive gambling and addiction. She developed after betting on a winning horse on her first. Try annemarie hawn then promised to marry charles oswald an elderly man distantly connected to her family then bilked him out of his life servings. Meanwhile she married another man philip che-hung this week we'll delve into anima res greed motivated poisoning spree and the victims at claimed finally will tell you how annemarie hans life ended in the electric chair at podcast. We're grateful for you our listeners. I you allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network and if view enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help when we left twenty five year old anna marie hahn in july of nineteen thirty one seventy three year old charles oswald had just slapped her with a breach of promise lawsuit for marrying another man while engaged to him he demanded the return of the stocks and cash he'd given banana marie plus interest there was no way anne. Marie could afford to repay her so-called uncle charlie. She considered her options. She knew how much uncle title charlie loved her. Perhaps if she slowed down the lawsuit she could convince him to reconsider. She batted her eyes and flipped her blonde hair. Then then denied everything annemarie feigned shock at oswald salacious allegations and demanded a jury trial it was a calculated move and marie knew it would take a long time to get the case into a courtroom in front of a jury of twelve of her peers she could further delay by asking for continuances suances objecting to jurors feigning health crises. If the case took long enough uncle charlie might simply die of old age with a little bit of of help if necessary but for the time being annemarie let nature take its course. Maybe she was merciful or maybe she just didn't have time to worm her way back into oswald's good graces long enough to kill him. She was far too busy with another emergency. Her marriage was falling falling apart philipon. Anne-marie's twenty eight year old husband was unhappy. He'd given annemarie everything thanks she wanted. He accepted oscar her six-year-old son by another man into his home. He moved the family into a new house in a ritzy neighborhood. Even though it stretched his budget to the brink he devoted himself fully to fulfilling his wife's entrepreneurial ambitions and now almost two years after their wedding reading. What did he have to show for it a failing business a house. He couldn't afford and a wife who was never home. Annemarie rarely spent time with philip. If she wasn't out gambling she was taking care of wealthy old man and marie told phillips she was supplementing their income by nursing on the side but she got pretty affectionate with her patients of course mrs. han never told her husband that she wasn't really a trained nurse or that. She was just looking king for a fresh mark to steal from instead. She began avoiding her husband. Entirely predictably their marriage suffered then there was the matter matter of his family. According to the goodbye door a biography by diana brit franklin phillips mother and sister hated annemarie day detected -tective a certain haughtiness in her bearing. She seemed to consider herself better than everyone else especially her in-laws by the beginning of nineteen thirty two anna marie and philip argued almost every time they spoke philip had to take a job as a taxi driver to keep the family afloat float and he resented ameri for making him quit his old job with western union. Meanwhile annemarie was frustrated that her husband couldn't provide the lavish lifestyle l. She felt she deserved and the financial stress became the central argument in their marriage. Their bickering wasn't uncommon. The american psychological association's association's two thousand eighteen stress in america survey found that seventy two percent of all adults in the u._s._a. Are plagued by financial stress. Vanessa's n._s. Is going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for the show. Thanks greg the has only been commissioning. Its annual stress in america survey since two thousand seven but we can infer based on other data data that nineteen thirty two was an especially stressful year at the beginning of the great depression. According to a two thousand eleven paper by researchers ks even even empathy kofsky and s kalia economic downturns are associated with increased psychological distress use of mental health facilities ladies and suicide financial stress certainly contributed to the han families marital problems but even financial stress was the reason for mary's eventual no criminal activity. She wasn't an especially kind person to begin with. She had refused to repay her step uncle for his generous loan. Enter gambling problem took any spare money. The family might have been able to save her selfishness only added to the strain. Her husband philip was drowning beneath according to what's known as the social protection hypothesis. The negative psychological effects of economic change are not evenly distributed the more vulnerable a person already ready is the more their mental health is likely to suffer in a recession the han family was making ends meet before the depression but as their finances dwindled the economic downturn only exacerbated phillips depression anna marie gambling and the ongoing discord between them you even as twenty six year old memories business collapsed and her marriage struggled. She refused to cut back on her gambling. In one thousand nine hundred ninety two. She went to the race track as often as three or four times a week. Sometimes she one but more often she lost and the financial repercussions soon became apparent. We don't know exactly when the hans financial situation hit rock bottom but by the fall of nineteen thirty thirty two. They were forced to leave their college hill home. Anna marie was on the hunt for a new living situation. She found it at the home of ernst the cooler a sixty two year old retired teamster burns ted a three story house on coleraine avenue where he lived alone. There were two rooms available available for rent at the back of his house. The rooms came with the kitchen but that wasn't the amenity that most interested annemarie. Her favorite perk was the the other tenant. Dr arthur voss besides being ernst coolers own physician. Dr voss rented an office on the first floor of the three story building building ernst tab throat cancer which doctor vass was treating when anna marie i saw dr voss's prescription pad lying unattended on his desk. It seemed like a sign and she quickly hatched a malicious plan. She convinced phillip to move into mr coolers house so they could save money. He was mystified defy as to how his wife could so easily let go of her college hill house after insisting they have it built to her exact specifications but he took heart art money was tight and perhaps this was his wife's way of tightening her belt. Anna marie had told ernst that she was a trained nurse and would be happy to take care of him. As he aged in return he kept the rent affordable and treated his newest tenant like family from that moment forward and marie rarely rarely left his side in another stroke of luck. Doctor vass never locked his office and annemarie took full advantage. When the doctor dr left each day she would run up the phone bill calling her bookies on the doctor's phone to place bets. She also helped yourself to several blank pages. The doctor bosses prescription pad not to mention a sample of his handwriting. It took a little while for annemarie to learn how how to convincingly forged the doctor's signature but once you've got the hang of it she began writing herself prescriptions for narcotics just a few pills at first but soon she ramped up the doses acquiring ludicrous quantities of drugs the neighborhood pharmacist stanley roth became suspicious as annemarie. Annemarie started coming in every day to get morphine. Stanley wrote to dr boss to confirm his prescriptions and according to the good-bye door. Mr roth also reported anne marie to federal narcotics officers but annemarie was always a step ahead as coolers nurse. She fetched all the mail for the house. She easily intercepted stanley roth splitter smirking. Annemarie retired doctor vases unlocked office to compose a reply apply. She reassured the pharmacists that the prescriptions were necessary for coolers rapidly advancing throat cancer then she signed it. Forging urging dr voss's signature stanley roth and the federal agents dropped the case. Nobody wanted to fight with a respected doctor over cancer patients pain medication occasion so anna. Marie kept forging prescriptions at the same time. She deepened her relationship with ernst cooler. She flattered his ego told him he was like family to her. The old teamster was moved by this show of affection. He told annamarie that he saw her as family too and he was is prepared to prove it. On april twenty second nineteen thirty-three ernst cooler rewrote his will leaving his house and everything he owned to quote my friend anna marie hahn who has befriended me and taken care of me during my latest illness list from april twenty ninth through may fifth nineteen thirty-three annemarie now twenty-six filled a total of ten prescriptions totaling two hundred forty-six morphine tablets each containing sixteen point two milligrams of the drug. That's a total of nearly four thousand milligrams for for comparison a paper by researchers at wright state university entitled managing pain in the dying patient suggested a dose of up to sixty milligrams cbs of morphine per day for people with terminal painful illnesses and high morphine tolerance for people who haven't developed a tolerance for morphine sixty milligrams might cause an overdose even with a high tolerance two hundred milligrams is potentially lethal using those numbers and murray's four thousand milligrams of morphine were enough to kill twenty people or exactly one person on may sixth nineteen thirty three three the day after ameri finished filling her ten morphine prescriptions ernst cooler died in a moment the the aftermath of annemarie first murder if you enjoy our show i think you'll enjoy a really great show on netflix called mindhunter. It's inspired by events from former f._b._i. Agent john douglas's book mind hunter inside the f. b. 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Crime never takes a day off and now neither does podcast follow my new show today day in true crime for free on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts now back to the story on may sixth nineteen thirty three throat cancer patient and retired teamster ernst cooler died at the age of sixty two leaving everything to his tenant went and suppose nurse twenty six year old anna marie hahn having openly filled prescriptions for more than twenty lethal doses of morphine just days before before her landlord's death anna. Marie looked awfully suspect when he died. Several people phoned the coroner's office anonymously to tell him they for sure ernst cooler had been poisoned. When the coroner came to collect ernst annemarie played innocent of course she was sorry that her landlord was dead dead but she wasn't surprised he had been fighting cancer. She couldn't believe anyone would accuse her of foul play. An autopsy was performed but according to the biography the goodbye door it found no toxins in the esophagus so the coroner ruled that ernst cooler had died of throat cancer today determining the level of morphine present in a deceased person's body is a high tech process involving liquid chromatography mass spectrometry or m._s. For short this advanced technology allow scientists to identify particular biological molecules present in substances <music> such as blood in nineteen thirty three on the other hand pathologists determined a person's cause of death based mostly on physical dissection and a few simple. Oh chemical tests working with those rough tools. They likely missed a massive amount of morphine and coolers body. Annemarie was never charged with this murder her but it's almost certain she killed cooler less than two weeks. After he made her the sole beneficiary his will and not only did anna marie inherit turns coolers house and furnishings. She got his ashes to he had no u._s. Family members to claim them. Maybe she kept them because has it would look suspicious not to after all she had been heard all over town telling people the old man was like family her or maybe like many serial killers. She liked the idea of a trophy. The house annemarie inherited from ernst cooler was worth twelve thousand dollars. That's nearly nearly two hundred forty thousand dollars today. Annemarie could have sold the house and had enough to start over but just as her first successful bed at the race track turned her into the gambling addict. This lucrative i murder made annemarie obsessed with grafting suddenly everywhere she went. She found a way to move money from someone else's pocket into her own. She used her innocent appearance to talk complete strangers into giving her small loans then never repaid them. She bounced so many checks. Her bank eventually closed her account. There were even a couple of suspicious fires in her new home which brought in some insurance money and with her sickly landlord out of the way and her nursing duties thus curtailed. Annemarie suddenly had more time to explore a her new neighborhood. She fell in love with an area. A few blocks away called over the rhine. It had been historically inhabited mostly by immigrants from germany beer gardens and restaurants serving german cuisine dotted every corner a german immigrant yourself annemarie at home there for the next two years she he seemed relatively happy. As far as we know her crimes during this time we're limited to petty scams and illegal gambling. She enjoyed her social status. It's in her new neighborhood showing off her inherited antique furniture to visitors as if she'd chosen the pieces herself and marie was well liked by her neighbors us her cooking not always appreciated by americans delighted fellow germans living in over the rhine enter three story homes desirable location in high on a hill catapulted her into the upper echelon of local society neighborhood. Boys always rushed to help her with her chores. They knew she always always kept shiny. Pennies tucked in her pockets and handed them out generously to helpful children. She also always made more food for dinner than her own family. They could eat and serve the neighborhood kids. Happily friends and neighbors described her as bubbly always cheerful and kind but as always with annemarie darkness lurked beneath the surface although ernst's money had alleviated some financial pressures the hants john's marriage remained unstable vicious insults were often exchanged. Sometimes arguments turned physical with anna marie as the primary aggressor asser while his mother and stepfather bickered young oscar began acting out at school. He was accused of tying classmate up and shooting him with a b._b. Gun he also began killing neighborhood cats for fun. Ask is behavior didn't bother annemarie who indulged his appalling hobby by buying them at twenty twenty two caliber rifle although we don't have enough information on oscar to be sure about this his behaviors are potentially consistent with an attachment disorder according according to dr john allston writing for psychiatric times these rare disorders are caused by significant disruptions and attachment to a primary caregiver at an early age children with attachment disorders are often superficially charming but may display calculating devious behavior and episodes assode of rage oscar's early. Life was very unstable as an infant. He was handed off from his mother to his grandmother at age three. He watched his mother sail away to the united states seemingly abandoning him forever then a little more than a year later. His mother returned to uproot him from his bavarian home. Tom separating him from his grandmother. Then he had to move in with a brand new stepfather he had never met all of this happened before he turned six. According to dr austin we don't yet know exactly why certain children are more affected by inconsistent caregiver relationships than others but it may have to do with congenital predisposition to mental illness a child already predisposed to mood disorders for example would be more likely to experience severe mood food disturbances following abandonment by a primary caregiver whether or not he inherited a predisposition to mental illness from his mother oscar definitely really inherited her greed and marie scammed elderly men by making them fall in love with her oscar brought pornographic pictures to school and sold them anna maria stole from lenders oscar was caught stealing from a bookstore like mother like son. It was inconvenient for annemarie social. I am bishen when neighborhood parents. No longer wanted their sons to play with oscar anna. Marie began to fret about her reputation. Maybe she she should move again. She thought as the months since coolers death dragged on and the money began running out annemarie kept trying to eh bakery delicatessen and illegal gambling parlor to turn a profit but it was still in the middle of the great depression business was bad ad and stayed that way and then there was the little matter of a lawsuit from ernst coolers family. They didn't appreciate his leaving everything he owned owned to a relative stranger. Annemarie managed to settle that suit out of court for four thousand dollars which would be worth nearly eighty thousand dollars today to get the foreground she had to mortgage coolest home for nine thousand dollars or more than one hundred seventy seven thousand dollars in today's currency by by the fall of nineteen thirty five annemarie now twenty eight years old was forced to sell her bakery and delicatessen leaving both adults in the on household unemployed. The only money coming in was from meri's fraudulent nursing work which wasn't very lucrative. Annemarie couldn't sustain her gambling habit or keep up with their mortgage. It seemed like the han family might soon be in the poor house. Their financial situation was growing dire but on on august fourteenth nineteen thirty five annemarie finally got some good news charles oswald her scorned fiancee had died not only had his lawsuit never made it to cart. He'd never gotten around to writing. Annemarie out of his will eager to hear what she'd inherited. She rushed to meet with charlie's attorneys but just as quickly as her hopes were raised. They were dashed. Although anna marie hahn was the primary mary beneficiary of oswald's will he died without any money to leave her. She taken everything while he was alive. Now her back was truly against a wall she needed to come up with serious cash and quick but like usual it didn't take along for annemarie to hatch a plan in december of nineteen thirty five annemarie applied for a ten thousand dollar life insurance policy on her husband worth almost two hundred thousand dollars today. Her application was denied. The insurance company didn't think the life of an unemployed to lega. I slash grocer was insurable durable for such a princely sum around the same time philip became very ill with joint pain and stiffness phillips family chipped into send him to a spa in indiana far away from his wife there he soon recovered and returned home good as new mysteriously his mother margaret margaret hawn who hated her daughter-in-law came down with the same symptoms her illness started shortly after eating a box of chocolates given to her by annemarie <music> annemarie never admitted to poisoning her husband and mother-in-law however they believe she does them with croton oil a potent poison then then used in small doses as a laxative. It could be purchased over the counter. A lethal dose was just a few drops. It's unclear why anna annemarie didn't kill phillip or margaret. Maybe she was just experimenting on her family. Members testing the effects of various doses so that she'd are you ready when a more profitable opportunity to kill came along in the spring of nineteen thirty six one such possibility appeared in the form of sixty the three year old unmarried jerem coal dealer george highs high was a longtime friend of phillips family and lived in annemarie favorite neighborhood over the rhine better yet. Annemarie was clearly his type the very first time she came to his shop for cole he was openly flirtatious philip new you anna. Marie likes to flirt with old men by this time he didn't care. He wasn't too much of a traditionalist to file for divorce but he wanted as little as possible possible to do with his wife. Especially after his recent illness he decided to return to western union. Unfortunately his old position had been filled years years before the best they could offer. Philip was a job working nights as a file clerk making just ten dollars per week or about one hundred and eighty six dollars in modern currency it was nowhere near enough to make a dent in the han families living expenses but it did get him out of the house while annemarie deepened her flirtation shen with george heiss the older man came over regularly to deliver coal and rarely left without sharing a beer with annemarie by june in george began calling annemarie mij- girl. She responded in kind over an elaborate home-cooked german dinner. Annemarie announced to george judge that she had divorced philip. George didn't ask for proof instead he asked for seconds. Annemarie astra stra something to money starting with small loans of just twenty dollars. George couldn't say now not many men. His age were lucky enough to have thirty year old beautiful cheerful girlfriend who cooked their favorite dishes. George gave annemarie the money she asked for within a few weeks annemarie oh george hice more than two thousand dollars or about thirty seven thousand dollars today. George wasn't a poor man but but neither was he wealthy most of the money he loaned annemarie wasn't his own. He was borrowing it from his employer. The consolidated coal company company according to the book the goodbye door. The consolidated coal company soon asked george about repayment in turn. He asked annemarie for the money she of course didn't have it. Everything that came into her pockets quickly found its way to the race track never to be seen again under under pressure and not ready to kill george. Annemarie decided to get creative in her next sting in a moment annemarie annemarie takes advantage of a friend to fatten her own wallet. Now back to the story in july of nineteen thirty six six thirty year old serial killer and con artist anna marie hahn was estranged from her husband and dating sixty three year old coal dealer george hice george asked her to pay back the two thousand dollars he loaned her which came mostly from his employers coffers up until this point as far as we know oh anna marie had stolen exclusively for men her buxom build and bubbly personality were a hit with elderly german men so they likely made for easy targets or perhaps annemarie founded easier to take advantage of men because of the way she herself had been taken advantage of at just seventeen eighteen years old. She fell in love with a much older man. After she became pregnant. Her paramour confessed that he was already married to someone else his deceit and and abandonment had made annamaria pariah in her strictly catholic hometown either way after george high and his company began pressuring annemarie to repay him she had to think outside the box she was still gambling regularly believing that she'd eventually win big and get <music> out of her financial bind. It was at the blade a local casino that annemarie met julia crush k. julia was hungarian emigrant temporarily early out of work and severely visually impaired. Julia couldn't read without magnification which means she probably met the definition of legally blind find a legally blind person sees at twenty feet what a person with unimpaired vision would see at two hundred feet like many others before her. Julia was was immediately drawn to annemarie. He's charming. Bavarian accent entered cheerful tone of voice. The two women gamble together for awhile and julia began to confide confide in her new friend. She confessed that she was desperate to find work by any means necessary. Anna marie pounced i according to the book the goodbye door. She offered define julia a job four. Oh one hundred dollars finder's fee of course nearly two thousand dollars today. Hey when julia took the bait she became an murray's new best friend and makeshift administrative assistant. Annemarie soon discovered that the woman would sign almost almost anything put in front of her. Julia couldn't read well enough to figure out what she was signing but she trusted her friend anna. Marie borrowed one hundred dollars from from julia then told her to sign a receipt for the loan. The so-called receipt was actually another check. This one for three hundred dollars ars before july was out annemarie had taken julia for eight hundred dollars an amount worth almost fifteen thousand dollars. Today this wasn't enough to repay george hice but it was just enough to finally raise julius hackles when she found out about the missing cash. She pressed charges. The cincinnati police were prepared to move forward with the case but when it came time for the arrest julia abruptly backed out she didn't want to be the reason her friend and went to jail just like when annemarie reconciled with charlie oswald during his lawsuit she was saved by undeserved forgiveness from her own con. I'm victim annemarie julia for her show of mercy with a home cooked meal. It featured a special delicacy definitely not on the traditional german and menu croton oil the same poison philipon believed. His wife slipped into his supper. Julia became he came desperately ill and was admitted to the hospital. She was drooling helplessly and wherever her saliva touched blisters appeared on her skin according to the good pie door. It was a horrible sight but the doctors were able to save her after surviving that first poisoning julius somehow continued her a friendship with anna marie and continued eating her cooking. The bavarian blondes charm must have been considerable for her company to seem more valuable valuable than life itself and she still owed julia eight hundred dollars. Annemarie likely would have claimed another victim if it hadn't been for a bystander living in the same boarding houses julia according to the goodbye door a man whose name was not preserved official documents stepped in and demanded mandate that annemarie repay the eight hundred dollars and leave julia loan or else he would go to the police to demonstrate that he meant this threat the man told not only anna marie husband philip but also her inlaws about her behavior although they didn't turn her in philipon decided to stay away from his wife entirely from then on now estranged from her husband and still unemployed annemarie felt the financial strain of her newfound independence pandit's although against all odds she did somehow manage to layer hands on eight hundred dollars to repay julia julia took took the money and returned to hungary she would live for the rest of her life with a physical disability due to the lasting damage from the croton oil poisoning but annemarie we had no time to feel guilt for having disabled her friend julius departure had left her with a real problem. She liked george she didn't i really want to have to kill him but her scheme to pay him back had failed spectacularly in october of nineteen thirty six annemarie visited stanley roth to purchase accelerate acid and bicarbonate mercury both are strong poisons though they had ordinary hustled uses at the time you might remember that stanley roth is the same pharmacist who previously called federal agents on ameri when she purchased huge quantities of morphine gene going back to a pharmacist already suspicious of her this time for two serious poisons seems like a pretty risky choice which is probably why she did it according to scott bon p._h._d. And author of the book why we love serial killers astonishingly blatant conduct is common in serial killers but that doesn't mean they're trying to get caught more likely it means they're ratcheting up the risk level of their activities. In order to stimulate a greater level of excitement killers may also become arrogant and delusional after a long period of successful criminal activity believing they cannot be caught. Annemarie definitely didn't want to be caught after all. She refunded a victim. When it became clear she had no other alternatives but she was <music> certainly arrogant. If anyone questioned her about her frequent associations with sick old men she'd scold them for criticizing a saintly nurse like herself itself who cared so deeply about the elderly annemarie even started wearing a nurse's uniform when she visited her patients stanley roth sold annemarie the poisons then she headed straight for george high-seas house and cooked meal of veal chops with spinach whether annemarie intended to draw out the kill or just didn't understand how to dose her poisons will never know but that first poison meal didn't kill george nor order the second or the third instead his health slowly declined by the end of october nineteen thirty six hice couldn't even get out out of bed. He could barely keep food down and suffered from terrible diarrhea. He knew he was being poisoned but like anna murray's other victims. He couldn't bring himself to be the one to send her to prison. Instead of contacting the police he just broke off their romance but if annemarie thought she he had expunged her debt by showing george what she was capable of she soon learned otherwise shortly after the break-up he again demanded his two thousand dollars lers with a sinking feeling annemarie realized she would really have to pay or she never be rid of him. Anna marie headed to the blade casino again with rich old men on her mind. She found what she was looking for. In albert j palmer a seventy two year old retiree he was a gentle kind frenchman. Annemarie befriended him immediately out of all victims and marie seemed to feel the most genuinely only about albert in the written correspondence. She addressed him as my dear sweet daddy she regarded him as a father figure a kind one not mutt like her own father as with hice cooler and oswald annemarie started off by asking for small amounts of money. She flirted then begged for a little loan pretty soon. The amount she asked for was two thousand dollars exactly what she owed. High-seas employer palmer palmer made the loan but only nine hundred dollars ever reached the consolidated coal company anna marie kept the rest probably gambling at away on valentine's clinton's day in nineteen thirty seven anna marie gave albert palmer a handwritten card containing poem according to the goodbye door it read the friends that we cherish as finest and truest aren't always the oldest nor are they the newest. They're the friends run to stood by when we need them sincerely and that's why i cherish our friendship so dearly valentine's day was perhaps the last happy day of this relationship by the end of february palmer was violently. Ill his stomach bothered him constantly and he was furious s. with annemarie not because he realized she was poisoning him but because he found out their relationship wasn't her. I may december romance after hearing about other old men in her past albert palmer laid down the law he wanted an exclusive commitment from annemarie lasting for the rest of his life life or else she would have to repay the two thousand dollar loan immediately but a few weeks later on march twenty sixth nineteen thirty seven albert palmer had a heart attack and died in his bed. It's possible that seventy two year old albert really did have a convenient lenient heart attack but anne marie had been cooking for him regularly for months by this time and he was complaining. Violent stomach pains considering annemarie history. It's likely albert was another victim. Annemarie was getting into a rhythm now. She actually canvas the neighborhood for her next victim knocking talking on doors and asking if any old men live nearby she must have made a strange picture in her sunday best accompanied by twelve year old oscar in a suit suit asking for old men as casually as if she was asking to borrow a cup of sugar but the tactic worked on may thirteenth nineteen thirty seven she was introduced to jacob wagner a seventy eight year old widower and retired gardner annemarie would later claim that jacob came came to her with the claim that he thought they were related. This contradicts the recollection of jacob's neighbor elizabeth corby as reported in the goodbye door. Colby colby recalled in great detail anne-marie's. I visited jacob when she claims she was looking for him regarding an inheritance in his native germany although it didn't didn't take wagner long to realize that he wasn't related to anna marie by the time he figured it out he was smitten anna. Marie began visiting jacob wagner under at home as his nurse but as usual the victim thought of her as the girlfriend within two and a half weeks annemarie executed an elaborate scheme scheme to steal jacob wagner 's bankbook and the four thousand eight hundred thirty one dollars he had in the bank. That's about eighty six thousand thousanddollars today. Annemarie borrowed the bankbook saying she wanted to buy few things for him to better care for him. As collateral. She left her own bankbook with deposit slips in the back that showed she had nearly fifteen thousand dollars in her account. Of course they were forged. Her account had zero balance but but in the moment it looked as though anne marie had more money than jacob and therefore no incentive to steal his bank book in good faith. He'd let her have it. Of course jacob was quick to figure out he'd been had once he realized the deposit slips were forged and when anna marie didn't immediately return the bankbook to his home not only did. He report the theft to his bank. He told all of his friends at his favourite pub. Mysteriously annemarie founded the missing bankbook the moment she caught wind of the police investigation. She laughed at shakeup telling him he must have been confused. She just misplaced it either. Wagner lochner believed her or the seventy eight year old. Just wasn't willing to give up a thirty one year old girlfriend over theft. They reconciled jacob. Good bugner even invited anne marie over to his apartment to cook dinner for him. On the first of june nineteen thirty seven he suddenly doubled over in agony and found blood in his stool by june. Third faulkner was dead after lying in agony in a hospital bed for hours hours fist clenched so tightly. He couldn't reach out to grip a comforting hand in his last moments. He screamed for water but couldn't open his this mouth drink anna. Marie calmly returned to wagner apartment there. She tried forging a will leaving herself everything but she was was unable to get it. Witnessed properly not only did anna marie fail to profit from poisoning wagner. She drew suspicion when he died so soon after he publicly the accused her of theft but it didn't stop her from killing again. 67-year-old george gca selman was a retired farmer and railroad employees living on a monthly twenty five dollar pension and his meager savings. That's about four hundred fifty dollars today. Abject poverty by any standard entered he had nothing much to contribute to animals debts or gambling hobby though she did get one hundred dollars off a savings account after mentioning she would. I'd love to marry him. On july. Sixth nineteen thirty seven anna marie killed gazelle machine by feeding him meat laced with enough arsenic to to kill a dozen people. She's been fifty dollars of gazelle men's one hundred dollars on a payment to consolidated coal and the rest on herself then then it was time to find a richer man to kill a visit to the local cobbler looked like just the ticket sixty seven year old johann georg org open door for repaired anne. Marie is broken high heeled shoes before the job was done. He was inviting her inside to chat in german. One visit turned into several and several turned into talks of marriage according to the book. The penalty is death u._s. Newspaper paper coverage of women's executions anna marie mentioned casually that she'd been wanting to travel to colorado springs johan eagerly piped up that he ah the same idea so it was settled they'd go together along with oscar open door for told friends he had a new sweetheart who owned an eighteen thousand dollar cattle ranch in colorado and that if he liked it after visiting they'd get married and live there forever since she was such a rich woman of course he didn't wanna think he was after her money. He withdrew three hundred fifty dollars worth over six thousand dollars today from his bank and gave ebba anna marie for his share of the travel expenses on july twentieth. The trip began by july twenty first open door for was feeling quite ill ill when they arrived in colorado on july twenty third. He was hardly well enough to leave his room at denver's midland hotel by june twenty-ninth hotel hotel employees were complaining about the stench from the old man's room the hotel proprietor louis straub barged in and saw johan looking half dead unable to move and covered in his own feces. He insisted that annemarie take the old man to the hospital instead. She took him on a train to colorado springs. They're annemarie checked into the park hotel and for good measure stole two diamond rings from the proprietors the next day she we stripped johanna his identification and his bank book she then dropped him off at beth el hospital as an indigent telling the nurses that he had no no money and she didn't know him by six thirty pm on sunday august first johann was dead but again and marie had failed to score a payday out of one of her victims for attempt to withdraw one thousand dollars using his bank book was unsuccessful after a suspicious banker refused to wire the money to denver without confirming johann was there annemarie headed back to cincinnati frustrated and poorer than she'd come save for the two diamond rings. She decided to get rid of open door. I travel bag by checking in at the train station intending to leave it there forever inside. It was the poison she used to kill him. Annemarie returned to cincinnati on august ninth nineteen thirty seven evan with oscar in tow in tending to look for another victim but on august tenth she was arrested not for murder but for grand grand larceny after killing at least five people annemarie downfall was to diamond rings casually swipe from an tellier perhaps apps. She took them out of frustration at not gaining more from her latest murder. The proprietors reported the missing rings immediately as well as the name and description of the peculiar guest they suspected of pilfering them as police questioned anna marie they also began asking about open door for the oh tellier had reported boarded his debilitated state upon check in when they reported the stolen rings at first annemarie denied even knowing him she was by turns indignant indignant and weepy sometimes charming sometimes righteously angry ironically it might have been her dramatic performance under police interrogation gatien that led to her conviction for murder as annemarie was being questioned about her grand larceny charge a cincinnati homicide detective george w abuse shadow walked by and noticed her flair for the dramatic. He asked her name and was surprised to recognize it. Detective shuttle had been investigating the death of jacob wagner since june after suspicious neighbours alerted police to his sudden decline and death the name anna marie hahn and had come up as a possible suspect while annemarie was in colorado with their final victim. Jacob wagner was exhumed and autopsied. The examination improved he had been poisoned. None of the detectives had ever seen a serial murder. Investigation moves so fast within days george hice. It's now using a wheelchair. Thanks to annemarie cooking came forward and told the police he was willing to testify against her from the rest to commencement henchman of trial. The whole investigation took just two months at a day on october. Eleven an unusual jury of eleven women and one man wasn't panel donald to try and marie hawn for the murder of jacob wagner. The press swarmed the chicago tribune dubbed dubbed annemarie arsenic anna and breathlessly covered not just the evidence in her trial but her elegant dresses demure appearance even her slim angles most damning for annemarie was the evidence recovered from her purse to salt shakers both containing white grains arsenic a person might have a legitimate reason to buy arsenic but nobody save for a serial poisoner would carry it around in salt shakers especially not with a child in her home. Another dramatic moment came when george heis in his wheelchair was called to testify. He pointed a finger at annemarie and intoned. You did this anna. Marie had been careless in her last several murders now now the evidence was all laid out in front of the jury the organs of her exhumed victim the receipts from her many purchases at roths drugs and yes yes but to stolen rings by november fifth. The trial was over on november sixth. The jury came back with a guilty verdict act. Annemarie was sentenced to die in the electric chair. Annemarie was denied every avenue avenue of appeal. The ohio supreme court wouldn't take her case the governor. Martin l davey refused to grant clemency a blow that according adding to the book the fairer death executing women in ohio caused annemarie to collapse sobbing herself she held oh god what i didn't think he'd do that to me. On december seventh nineteen thirty eight anna marie hahn was removed from her cell and escorted into the death chamber there she begged for mercy to no avail. Ee easterly wrote in the ogdensburg journal that annemarie deep pleaded. Can't anyone do something. Isn't there anybody who will help me. In annemarie final moments she begged the attending priest father john sullivan to stand close to her as they pulled the lever arsenic. Anna's last words were the lord's prayer which father sullivan live in prayed along with her. He fell silent as one thousand nine hundred fifty volts of electricity ran through anna's body and ended her life though she died afraid and miserable begging for mercy. Her death was far less painful than those experienced by a her victims. Annemarie left behind a detailed confession letter which are lawyers promptly sold to the highest bidding newspaper and movie movie studio. She wrote. I do not tried to excuse myself for my actions. They were not me at all. I have made peace with god and someday someday. He will explain to me what caused my mind to become so warped to do these things. It all seems like a terrible dream. She maintained in her letter that she didn't kill jacob wagner for money. Even though she tried to forge a will leaving herself everything he owned. It seems like even in her final hours hours as she faced death. Annemarie couldn't understand herself well enough to take responsibility for her actions but for the few surviving having friends and relatives of victims at least the letter of confession brought a little solace by confirming that the guilty party had indeed been the one unpunished and certainly the elderly men of over the rhine rested a little easier after arsenic anna had been put to rest. Thanks again for tuning into serial killers. We'll be back monday with a new episode. You can find more episodes of serial killers as well as olive podcasts other shows on spotify or anywhere you listen to podcasts several of you have asked how to help the show and if you enjoy the show the best way to help is to leave a five star review and don't forget to follow us on facebook and instagram at podcast cast and twitter at podcast network. We'll see you next time have a killer week. 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Peter Bell and the singular quest of Kyung Ae

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Peter Bell and the singular quest of Kyung Ae

"This is an A._B._C. PODCAST Peterbilt is a well known figure in W I paid was to captain for Mantle Football Football Club a player so popular that every time paid a one position if the bowl free fans would express their enthusiasm for him by banging on the cowbell every single time Peter Bell grew up in country Western Australia but that's not where he was born. Peter came to realize that he'd been adopted when he was nine years old his mum and Dad told him that he'd been born in South Korea. When he got older his parents encouraged him to track down his birth mother but somehow he never managed to get around to it then in two thousand thousand six at the height of his football career pitas birth mother tracked him down and she was able to explain to him what what had happened all those years ago and why she'd had to give him up? I spoke with Peter in Perth last year where he was presenting breakfast on ABC radio at the time. I paid off her Richard. You were born in South Korea. Do you have even the easiest memory of that not really the only memory that a have is a is that feeling of security in being one of those baby harnesses US opposed that I'm like what you say down at the playgrounds now with MOMS and DADS with the infants and toddlers strapped to the front in career was you sorta strapped on the back and character and look a rucksack or backpack if you look and I just remember that feeling of confidence security I have no idea who was carrying me could have been anybody that that's that's what I seem to recall to me about the parents who adopted you the kind of work they did to Korea yeah. This is is a lovely story. They grew up in Victoria Joe and Kevin Bill. I were part of the very first Melbourne University veterinary in Tyke hike that graduated about always spiritual and religious and a think they look at each other and looked at the law that was being laid out in front front of them and they decided that that wasn't what they wanted at this stage in their life they were committed to doing some kind of missionary work which was to go and work and leave in regional career wow so did they already have kids when they went yet. I had gotten had three young boys at that study. I would imagine that their decision to leave Australia and gown leaving Korea for an indeterminate period of time would have caused their family much angst that they will willful and off. I went what what made them want to adopt a baby Korean baby because you were a baby. Then winchell was yeah mom has said to me that one of the first things that struck a dad and end who was the number of orphan children career at that time in the mid seventies and immediately thought will have to adopt one of these children. How will you guys out so I have Mewa? I've actually for the adoption process as parents as well. We didn't make it all the way through we've we had three children and a- and it was I think we're halfway through a couple of years in so I understand it's very intensive and laborious process now but back then different times different country different protocol I was pretty much handed from mother to a non to mother just like that over the course of a couple of days. Did your family style Rondo in Korea for a while after that with you and there there are the kids yet and this was <hes> caused my birth mother well. She couldn't believe what had happened. Because once my birth mother had handed me to the Numb to my mother she had it in her head that she had given me up to an American uncouple Physicians Bang doctors that were very veterinarian said I would doctors but she added in her head that were physicians heading heading to America and she thought that I was off for a life of luxury and extravagance and all the things that the Western world provide her son that she couldn't the army was that ended up in pretty much exactly the same place that she was living with the regional sort of career in in the agricultural agricultural setting so after you went back you went to Australia with your parents and they settled in the tiny town of Kojak which is between Perth with an Albany is somewhere in the on the Albany Hallway two and a half hours south of Perth its shape and weight founding community <hes> quite a hostile town and that's what I decided to settle after a brief period in the city right now we're going to be there. It was at the plant dead had <hes> elevated his knowledge to being sort of found management management in shape production and that's a very strong shape producing area so he thought that that was the ideal area. I think he'd finished his P._H._D. At Murdoch University and and mom was also legged leaving the country and she ran the domestic veterinary practices well so they were busy times with mom dad and at that stage probably five children and going to be expanding Sir all right so so all up. How many kids were there knocking around on that farm we wasn't a farm although there are a lot of animals but there were seven kids in the family with <hes> with my sister's youngest must have been a pretty raucous household then you knocking into one another young kids it was it was Richard and it was fantastic? Childhood Full of love look on Tom's where tough <hes> with you know dad there n- probably not winning a lot of money at the time <hes> but it was a very happy childhood food of a heavenly fond memories of that Tom. When did you realize that you were slightly crazy about sport as soon as aw introduced to it and my family went particularly sporting either there was a passing interest in sport but my best friend in primary school his mum suggested just that I had down to the local level for football tryout and I remember looking at it quizzically and done what football is and this is probably seven or eight years of age when Damn they had had a triad triad footy and loved it and became one of those <hes> obsessed children that you see around the price who just is never separated from the bowl in this case it was a football star would through the house causing much consternation you kicking a ball round the hassle around the House I would sleep with the footy smell of the leather Sharon would be the last thing that I'd smell be throw into slave in the first thing that I'd grab four in the morning I was just obsessed and remember as a kid I used to I used to Pleiad in the paddock which is across the faints and I would play all eighteen positions on odd aside and be the impact in common type the game as well so an exchange tamed Allison Allison Happily doing that? Oh that's it so you've done that. What is it ten thousand hours required to get serious? Expertise in this king ran around the house in the backyard. So how will we when you begin to tweak that you might be the adopted one in the family had no idea and people and even our struggled to come to terms of this this. I had no idea at all <hes> maybe it was because much Hollywood was so happy until one Christmas stead said to one of my brothers and aunt said Gallon Gallon get a Christmas tree so we went down to this road where we knew there some sort of pine trees to cut off cut off a branch and we were down there and remember looking the brother in the town bully was in any country towns. There's always a town bullied. It's an official todd the salary get a bench nick bachelor in office and everything the town was approaching and remember <hes> ultimately he's not going to be good looks lucky he's in an angry mood and remember he threatened some physical violence towards us and <hes> away way sort of made a smart Aleck reply and he turned to me and said the smart thing and he turned to me and he said I don't even know what you're doing here. You don't even belong in that family have laws and it just it hit me and I remember looking looking at my brother and looking for him to sort of support me and say side to the believe what rubbish he was talking and he was caught and sort of pouring the gravel with his foot then I thought well this must be true so I went home and he said something. You don't even look like your family. You look nothing like your brothers. Have you not noticed and had you not not not not at all. That's the that's the remarkable thing fair and blonde hair and whatever else and suddenly and not blowing me other dot kili hair look completely different to my brothers ceremony going home and giving myself a thorough examination in the mirror and then thinking this must be true. My brother must've told mom and dad or any little boy in and then and I told me the story I suppose it I suppose it says something for the feelings of kind of love and inclusiveness yeah the parents had that you thought it never occurred not and never wants to see I mean after that I it clearly affected me an hour. Remember doing things like for example trying to get my is to be more rounded on this and that wasn't because I was shamed of Korean this I think it was just because I wanted to be accepted and my brother's a bit more or amendment doing that for Alice in the mirror and whatever so it did impact me deep thinking to fix plumbing I think at some point in anyone's any thinking processes Lafayette look in the Mirror. Who am I anyway what kind of why belong where do I see teeing not fit into having to do that at the non might be might be a little bit a younger even? Do you grow up quicker because you've had to do that at such a young age. I wonder what does that do to you. When you have to have that kind of verb verb at that young age you have to sort of look in the mirror and guy will who am I e you would have those thoughts <hes> but always not a particularly insecure kate at all well and again coming back to the lovely childhood or have a hat and the way that I was traded? Bama family was luck. I wasn't other son so I didn't have that insecurity. Although uh at those lobes that we all have even when kids you'd think a little bit about who am I and who is my mom and who is my dad and obviously my mom and dad head had told me the story always caught main to Richard. I remember whenever things didn't go my way or I wanted my mom to feel and bad if she had told me off then I'll go and grab the photo album of my birth mother that she had given me and just casually Leith through the photo album and it went on you that my mom was sort of walking past the bedroom or whatever about bay so which wasn't particularly Nas thing to do but that's what kids do sometimes your parents parents who spent that time in Korea did they did they have any kind of Korean cultural around the House that they give to you or do anything for you like that. They love Korea to I. I I still <hes> when I see a Korean person they will try and struck up a conversation <hes>. It's been a big part of their law. That's for sure I remember when we would. I wasn't so cain remember that they used to dress me up in the traditional Korean costume sometime the handbook from memory and it's very shiny sort of costume little hat and everything else and particularly when we had visitors it'd be bring out the handbook address little it come on come and see a little curry and son and I used to. I used to hype that used to roll around in fact I used to win. I put it on I used to roll around ending the mad as much as possible so and soil the costumes. I didn't have to be paraded in front of the visitors. Bill pleader is the CO host of A._B._C. Perth breakfast. I Radio Show P._D._F. Many years was a champion football player in straight and football league and born in South Korea adopted by Australian parents and only at the heart of his football career to the actually to meet he's birth mother. Now you started playing Aussie rules football competitively. What were the underlines entertains or something on use of Hijab? And how proud were you once you run into that that team in a in a little town you were in w a very very proud and and people who grew up in the country will know <hes> that there's not great numbers so often every weekend apply two and three games of football in on the one way gained and and play against older kids as well which was all right until until I was about thirteen years of age I broke my leg really really badly playing up a couple of up a couple of garage and that became mm significant because are a member of the the leg was set an easterly. Actually I thought that it was cramp. The volunteers you know it's not a medical staff who come come out and make an assessment who is just some parents trying to do their best and on you broken you'll league and they thought it was cranny so I'd I'd cracked the Tibia and Fibula so that's the mind shinbone and the supporting outing Bein on the in the lower limb and the parent trap normal I was in a lot of pine and gave the cramp treatment which is to push it sounds very graphic and probably has put put pay off their lunch but to push the toes back towards the hip and I could see the Bynum of foot was terrible angle and everything else and then I carried me a fireman's carry to afford Falcon station wagon to go to the hospital and if anyone's ever broken leg you'll know the slightest movement is excruciating pain and so I remember every little Obama there was just a pain going remind todd body finally got to the hospital in it took a while for them to like the doctor who was responsible for the whole sort of great southern with an area the doctor on Roster and as it turns out my mom wasn't particularly pleased with the job that had been done in her veterinary expertise she thought not I'm not comfortable with that. She rushing up to the city to see a specialist in the specialist concurred and said that look we need to win to rewrite that leg and resetted which sounds graphic but it happens all the time. If I hadn't done that my right leg would have been significantly shorter than the left and remember saying to the specialist on my son's quite a talented flight. We think he could have a professional sporting career and I just remember the role of the is from the surgeon who who knows that was thinking every mother about this as attend was I actually the race set it also fortunate that my mum was able to to raid that x ray and get up to say the specialist at short notice so you would. I spent <hes> quite a few months in bed or hospital going through this process of having your first broken then re broken and healed after that so you would have had a few months doing that in bed or lonely initially the big smoke the city was something that can say match of. I learned a very valuable less than the at the time because there was a fellow next to me who had <hes> he was making a a massive shedding. He's back yard and he was getting the <hes> the team but to to do so and whilst cutting down a tree fell from a very toll trae and absolutely obliterated his legs and always very lonely and feeling down I'm in the dumps myself as a thirteen year old kid from his family in the city bomb self and this fellow remember these wheeling the guests and that would take out the twigs and leaves leaves his in his wounds that he still had his leg and the pine that he was under but the miserly twenty minutes later he'd be talking to me and keeping me company. I'll never forget forget that it was just the NAS thing that you could do in that situation when clearly he was under immense pine himself it just made more stay in hospital so so much better and I'm still very much to him to die and then yeah then then long Fremont's with crutches and everything else they had the full length cast back recognized is <hes> which was for an active keyed lock. May It was pretty tough to take so once you leg healed had it when when you work in your game really picked up and you started not to become of interest to select this time to the city came to boarding school <hes> which is what kids in the country have to do and come to a Qantas College when I was fifteen years of age agent and I think being up in the city and beginning to stand out at a high level of of football and that's when I was sorta introduced to ride state teams in the locking look from the ages from as long as I can remember I wanted to be professional sporting edible Blah even before it was a viable career option and Julie give you any trouble not not not a raybird so I brought it twice so there was the first time an array bracket a year later and then after that it was fine smooth sailing so you got picked paid for south from the WWL League and then for mantle in the eye A._F._L. <hes> when it was a brand new team I I wonder what it's like to be an eighteen year old country boil thereabouts who runs onto a stadium of fifty thousand very very very excited people. Is it an overwhelming overwhelming experienced in some ways it was overwhelming but otherwise thought that it was my destiny so there was almost an expectation that one day this would come and we'll hear it is in a Rav Yosef. This Playa drafted defray mansell infect stayed out of previous drafts because I knew see that fremantle coming into the League on ninety five so I stayed out of the nineteen ninety four draft where I would have been drafted by an east coast team with the intention of being picked up by fremantle that happened and it was a huge through <hes> the first player signed to Fremantle and played in the very I gamma the M. C. J. Against Richmond kicked a couple of goals and from their turn pear-shaped applied to games in the pied additional time and then at the end of the year as is ought to sales the first player drafted to Fremantle in the first place sect firstly a sec it dropped from that team which I think I think it's fair to say well. Outsiders would say that giving you a subsequent created the coach Meta terrible mistake but what do you make of that now but decision to drop from the team at the time it was incredibly difficult to type that that had been my dream and to have that dream dashed the vitamin non teen years of age particularly when I had a very big oh <hes> as I said before there's an expectation title that this was my destiny and all of a sudden it wasn't going to be the case with the benefit of hindsight now you realize coaches have to make these these decisions all the time <hes> the average I feel least you'll turn over a quarter of the list pretty much every year in one way or another site coaches have to make tough decisions and and look I don't hold grudges. Maybe with my football in Korea hadn't turned out the way that it did <hes> would would hold a bit more of a grudge but certainly it was a tough decision and thing turned out pretty good for me in the butt. There was quite a few months they away. It must have been pretty horrible for you. Did you have a backup plan like a career plant. Yeah I went. I was at university and studying law. Mom and dad had always encouraged me to to make sure that there was something else in my life other than football. I don't know why watchos law a couple of friends did. It never wanted to be a lawyer. I only wanted to be a football better went along and so I decided well frame ourself into my studies and end shortly someone will give another go in football and be prepared to work for it and go back to a lower lower leg. My say it was a bit of a reality check when fine at the end of nineteen ninety-five after Bandai listed the national draft off their one hundred and twenty choices sort of thought that someone else will give me a go and my name aim was in cold ad and that's why not sort of began to wonder about my footballing mortality gain dramatize but it seems is another kind of a big upheaval in your sense of self yeah definitely definitely and I did have a lot of confidence though the thought that I'd I'd still make it back in one fire another. It was just going to be the hard way and fortunately for me. A friend of mine knew the North Melbourne coach who's a guy called Denis Pagan the Tom North Melbourne are on the cusp of premiership glory that Bain one of the more consistent teams ahead some of the Glenn Pires in the League and my framed who was also friends with Dennis Peigen US Dennis for Ithaca dropping and say good I and looking back at it. I think for Dennis to a great do that. I mean he's well. He's got one of the most talented lists and he's going to take the time on a recruiting mission to Perth to recruit other players to drop in on some bloke who couldn't get a game with fremantle a huge squad of fifty toes of squad than everyone else had why he would do that. I'll never know but our member on not stupid. Remember rehearsing some of the questions and answers is that author that some of the answers to the questions that I thought that he might ask me and all of them were about football. Dennis came over and he had that aura about him team and he didn't ask me any questions about football he asked me questions about dealing with disappointment and <hes> what what does resilient main to you. What is the <hes> the qualities of a good character face sorts of deeper questions aside guide my honest answers to his questions and didn't think much of it a few days landry edery said come across the North Melbourne? We want to give you a trial well. What do you think he saw? A new level headed. This may be. I mean there are a lot of stars on that team. That subsequently hit pretty up in topsy turvy private lives pretty level headed guy paid you think maybe he sold at Walmart as a mature age and his Dennis Misquote Denis Pagan has a lot of quotes but he used to always say desire is the greatest motivating force there is and you can see how fluidly that came came out then he would say that again in an gain and mighty he saw that I had Zoya there was a fire there to prove people wrong <hes>. He invited me either for a trial. He was very paranoid. Dennis remember he introduced me to the squad at North Melbourne as I think it was his little nephew ricky from Wangaratta almost effort rolling nom de Plume and the reason he's in full that was he didn't want any other club to realize that I was having a trial and North Melbourne the Arne Bang that there wasn't any other club interested in drafting arise. He's he's you just said this is my little nephew ricky from Wangaratta. I don't know how often he kind of those kinds of stories but the trial went really really well it went really well and he he can buy almost halfway through trial game which is unheard of He'd committed the club to drafting me that year so he really stuck his neck out for you. Then you must have is that sort of character never happened in Stein's you'd have recruiting staff who had poor either via type to try and fund the next young Playa to draft into the organization and he sort sort of overruled everybody on an Hatha game fully committed to the club drafting me so so kicked out of free then almost extraordinarily dropped into north Melbourne just at the year it's charging towards the grand final. was there a chance you weren't going to apply in that grand final match against the Sydney swans the one that just quality break my heart thank you there was a big chain so I'd script and script my way into the team for the majority of that year and applied all but two games kind to a preliminary final and our member performed terribly and Dennis he's habit after every game wants to go through assess your performance one by one so you'd have this sort of fade back in front of everyone else. There was no way to to heart almost be a review of your performance and he kind to me and was bracing myself because the team had won south through to the grand final which previously had remained elusive for North Melbourne said there was is a great feeling in the club but he was still going to wasn't gonNA pull any punches and he came to me and I was bracing myself for the the barrage because it could get ugly bleep and more performance certainly warranted getting ugly but what he said was far worse than Berating me. He said pay the biggest opportunity of you'll off possible and one week after a grand final yeah yeah it was it was a lot that the shoulders slumped had that sinking feeling in my chest I felt ill luck. I was going to throw the biggest opportunity of you'll off. passer-by one gap from a grand final on going to get dropped very early very early that wake you do your best to try and avoid the coaches in that situation. He he grabbed me by the four on which was his habit and he said <hes> something along the lines of didn't play well on the weekend but I've got great confidence confidence in use some you're GONNA be gone. You're going to be a K. Contributed this weekend trying well. I have one hundred percent confidence in faith in you and that made me feel pretty good food as I mentioned I've seen when two grandfathers in in my life and I've seen them lose more than that more than that but even in that moment when you teams lost you see the winning team name and this something that perfect joy on their faces that is infectious and you are well good on him. They beat us fair and square and it's a it's a lovely thing to say them feel. I feel that happy. Can you describe that choice at a deep kind of at least for that moment you don't have to worry about UNIX Guy. Is it that it is the hottest thing to achieving full and united not for the rest of your Lawf-. No one can ever take that away from you that you are now premiership plan. That's what we all strive alive today and finally you've shaved it having said that I'd lane at the club since February that year and it was now September I really did honestly get more of a buzz looking around some of those north Melbourne players who had been at the club since the end of nineteen that come from country Victoria that come from Country New South Wales. I'd grown up in the suburbs of Millburn that come together as a group in the end the non teens in a number of them applied through many many years indeed many disappointments disappointments and finally he is streaming down the face that achieved the ultimate and that plays me probably more than what else about before my own legacy at that stage however in one thousand nine hundred nine after the club for quantity longer relationships with stronger had played in a losing ren finally nineteen ninety eight that that was when <hes> you know the tease was streaming down mafiose and that was the the second premiership that I was very fortunate to be a part of <music>. This is conversations with Richard Fidler on A._B._C. Radio <music> after awhile you decided to return to fremantle and come back as Captain Ed you feel about that after the they dumped you you know I know it's you you you you general part of the world know that dumped you back in to get back. Many people were surprised by that decision decision but I'd always wanted to return to Western Australia and Playa a period of professional sporting career football greer out of w why and there was a feeling that of unfinished business I think with Fremantle and look I had the opportunity to go to the other time here in in Perth Earth West Coast which is where most people thought that I might have ended up because of what had happened to fremantle first time around but there was again that feeling of putting things brought the unfinished business and that's what led me to fremantle. Is it a different big in Perth into Melbourne. <hes> I mean one of the reasons why tiny lock was happy to move to Sydney was Sydney loves. Let's see rules but they're not insane about it. Like people are in Melbourne to the point where you can never feel a hundred is watching you anytime you step out the front door was was it a lot easier in Perth bill when it comes to those things that Melbourne and Victoria Footie mad so is Western Australia and the difference I think is that there's only only two clubs here in Western Australia. So there is <hes> imminent civil war this there's probably even more attention given the resignedly the clubs and West Coast definitely with a Glamour Club and Fremantle's the the sort of the upstart down the road but it was it was andy's reminding hey greg scrutiny on on all of the players after all those years knowing you'd been adopted and you'd been born in South Korea one. Do you think you'd never made made much of an attempt or any attempt to fund your birth mother too great question and if you're an adoptee yourself <hes> you might not have an answer for for this as well one I've come to is that I was scared because I thought about it every day. It's impossible not to feel like no matter how complete employees you'll laugh is no matter how good is the personal relationships you have. You feel like there's a whole there. Sometimes it feels like a very small little hall of Tom. Depending on your mood. It feels like it's gaping chasm within you so you think about it every day but on never had the courage to make those steps and my mom and dad had encouraged me all the time you've got to do it. It's important that you do it. We can help you with this search about never had the courage to do it so maybe it it was a fear of being rejected again. You you feel you will rejected wants and what about if you put yourself out there you expose yourself again you the so vulnerable and you hurt again and I think there's definitely an element of that s to while I didn't make the decision to NAS Landik a strident a friend with interesting family background to lock yourself and he he likes to quite an old Icelandic saying or a phrase that comes from which is slow good luck is best and fluffy behind that is kind of white for the moment to ripen been vulnerable missile missed opportunities. Do you think you might have been waiting for some kind of perfect moment to arrive where you would find who will go looking for her possibly but truthfully I could sit here and look you in the now and say if it was meant to if it was left to me there's there's every chance I wouldn't have done at even boy now forty one years of age Kansai with conviction that I would have had the courage to do it. I am so very happy that she he had the courage to make the first move and which he did make the first move when the phone rang who picked up the phone it was my mother actually and I was in hospital recovering recovering from surgery at the time and mum keen and I could tell that something was up and she said you'll never guess who I've been speaking to and <hes> I'll say Gail Never GonNa Guess who have you been speaking to and you said your birth mother has contacted me and said he assure and my mother said yes. I ask some questions and only the birth mother would know about your birth and everything else and she knew all the answers it is your birth mother and and it hit me the <hes> the emotion and about also that was there was trepidation to when when suddenly is it's close. There was trepidation. Application definitely definitely was your first phone conversation with her like was it in English it was it was it was in English we from that moment I was very very slow to reestablish the communication so much so that it must have been excruciating waiting for her in quite hurtful it wasn't look rushed out of there and jumped on the phone. It was very slowly and steadily a mile and a tightening her through how I felt she was taking may through how she felton and talking about some of the decisions that she might was very very slow. VIRA mouth first of all until fondly there was some find conversations and ultimately a visit face-to-face visit. What did she tell you had happened all those years ago when she made that decision to give you up for adoption she had been married to a Korean man and that marriage had not turned out well and and I understand that culturally in the seventies in Korea no matter the circumstances of your marriage you don't leave marriage <hes> particularly the the female doesn't doesn't leave the marriage she was <hes> a willful woman and she decided that that wasn't enough for her? She wasn't going to stay in that marriage so she left after she began a bit of a spiritual quest that took it to a a a small town and she she told me that she was at the Catholic Church there and she'd made to a few different <hes> <hes> services from from a few different religions and she met an American man there he was in an engineer working on a on a project and they fell in love Altamont American man was was my father he was a lifelong engineering traveled all around the world and she fell pregnant. We've made it to that man. What were their plans together I would they were in love Byran love? He'd left his family in California and as he walked out the door. He told me that his wife had said to him. If you walk out the door antic- this job don't ever come back and he'd made the decision will he took the job and everyone knew of this relationship that he was having with my mother. His mother came and visited the whole family knew about I did and he tells me that he he sent for his wife to sign the divorce papers when he found out that my mother was pregnant he wanted wanted to formalize their separation. I assume that we're going to get married happily ever after his initially agreed but then instead of the divorce papers turning up on the doorstep Shea tuned up on the doorstep in Korea with his children and said now we've reconsidered. We want you back in the family family. They came up there all the way from America's and they said we want you back. Yes that your mom's already pregnant with mainland man and that's a pretty tough decision decision to Mike and he was that he went back to his family and I left Korea very very quickly after that so now my mother is in a position pregnant went to an American man not on particularly great terms of their family after what happened to her first marriage certainly not on great terms with a first husband's husband's family and where to turn so that's where she found herself with the with the nuns some nuns an order of nuns took her in and supported order and helped her through the pregnancy and that's where I was handed from Turnham to my mother who raised me. So how did she feel after she'd handed you. I've what did she say about that. She said after a little period of time she destroyed. I don't remember exactly she regretted it almost immediately. She had thought that I'd go into America. <hes> so the fact that was pretty much exactly the same area that she was for another couple of years in Korea blew her away many years later when she found out so she went to America after you were born then she citing career for a period of time and then she went to America says a big part of that was to begin a search so she went to America. She told herself English. She put herself through school Google <hes> she became quite successful in her career <hes> she eventually married but she tells me that she there's a lot of a lot in <hes> Michigan and she is to stop on the streets any sort of mixed rice child about my I'd she would stop and ask questions about their background background hoping thinking that in America you're going to bump into use salmon and Shady Tom and Tom Again in the country of population of two hundred and forty minutes exponentially just Kinda bump into her some she married again. You said she married an American Man Yeah and then how did she then begin the search for you understand rather than just sort of grabbing grab even talking to kids in the street. It's a it's a great story. I retired and she was AH gardening one day in a husband told me this part of the story and she could pay could see his wife gardening away and then he saw her shoulders slump slump and the gardening utensils down and could just say her sobbing uncontrollably and he immediately knew what was up. He Walked Daddy Gaddi said and he said today is the day the we find your son and she agreed she agreed to that and obviously they were her own issues to go through as to wash preps hadn't made the same sort of search and attempts that I had filed to Mike as well the probably raises for for her as well definitely reasons so they went inside inside and her husband is a very practical man and said the best place we can start is the last time you saw him so we need to getting contact with these nuns and they did that contact and having their particular non who looked after her would remember and be able to give us some information what they were desperate for was the a year that all went to America thought that I'd gone to American I made it that as a starting point for this search and fortunately that none had had dementia for a number of years he is so the other nuns. They said yes. She's alive and well but she went. Remember a thing that we we're not gonNA put her on the phone but my birth mother was very persistent and ultimately I took the phone to the to the non and she says my birth mother Cunanan says she was she was a stellar at the time she'd given a self the name stellar hello see states may stellar and the non remembered for some unknown reason she had a moment of clarity and my birth mother said what ye he did some who was adopted go to America and the non had that moment of clarity and just said hey didn't go to America he went into Australia in fact I'm pretty certainly plays professional sport in Australia and we vet mob with mother's husband his topping Korean Australian professional sports person well he had said is this needle Adelina search that I thought was going to be fruitless and tight their entire LAWF- to goal of ten minutes but it gets it gets better. The non just says I've got his his mother's contact. Data Elsia was used to to send the contact details. Should this ever happened that you would call me. I have them here for you and then from there it's California to North Fremantle in Western Australia to mom's having a conversation about the baby that was handed from one to the other twenty six years he is Alia Maitland. HIGH-STICK SICH actually takes ten minutes. What do you make the improbability of that the debt none with dementia could summon every last bit of lucidity and remember stuff? I can't remember suffering last month. So what do you make of that is so many times in my life the sorts of things that have no explanation as to why and how actually happened have just happened even even at its most broad Jala Kid can end up being born in Korea and then end up playing indigenous game here in Australia of Australian rules football for fifteen years and then make a career broadcasting about it afterwards as well a pinch myself absolutely how did that happen and there's a lot of those kinds of things that have happened in my life so you went to the United States to meet your birth mother and I don't know how those meetings is supposed to go. I I mean I think in the movie of it you see the mother and son fleeing around each other and Steve. I'm sure it's I'm sure it's much more awkward than that would much more circumspect at how many in San Francisco in Cisco so I've traveled with my wife and firstborn who is under a year old and we met at their friends housing San Francisco and <hes> and and it was all of us things that you've just it was good it was circumspect. There was awkward embracing. There are a lot of tears all these kinds of things and and it was long it was the beginning of a very long journey of thousands of questions that we asked h other but it was nice. It was nice it must in thrilling for me and for her. I mean you sort of flourished into this is a very famous very highly respected public figure in Australian again. She must've been nine for the moon about that. Yeah I guess from a parent's perspective. You think hope that child is okay. First of all the child is doing well. He's done will it is and yeah. I'd have blessed loft so she would have been very relieved with that. was she disappointed about you. Crappy legal career. She disappointed about that she should be. It was a very poor legal. Career didn't last very long in fact didn't even get started. There's the famous story when my mentor at a Melbourne Lafon found me asleep after he gives me a brief to analyze family of sleep in a pall of my own draw decided that wasn't good for you all that aside <hes> so there's this getting to know your prices we which is really lovely. What about your father? Did you find him too. Yeah so that was we actually invited me and and my family to spend some time with them in they house and we did that in towards the end of that visit. She said we'd spoken about everything but you haven't asked anything about you your birth father <hes> and I don't know why I didn't ask again but she said. Would you like to know where he is. who he was an old as content they kept in touch at the shade letters casually and he wasn't far away he was down there in Los Angeles so ended up making contact with him as well he was living living in the house of his daughters my half sister and to her children and he agreed to fly up to San Francisco where were flying off so this is on the same visit that I've met my birth mother for the first Tom she is connected me with my birth father? He was quite a bit older and this is quite interesting in that on knew how old he would baso at. Tom went on meeting him. Hey must have been meet seventy S. I knew that bought brought when you're an adult day you create the own image of what you'll father is going to be in your mind and I wasn't prepared for an old man hunched over walking Steve Coming in that's not the image that you create. When you get to fashion your own image of your dad? It's not like that so that really shocked me when I saw him so the coming into the hotel foyer there with the walking stick in the cap and the Czech adviser and we waistband only afternoon together but it was a terrific after how did you find that you had a link there there was a friend in common there yet around the time that and my mother had tracked me down and she told me this later as soon as she knew that applied football in Australia she humanely thought we have a friend we have a friend in Australia and one friend Modu and she rang that friend and to a filibuster name of Ivan Desam who is was formerly the Lord Mayor of Melbourne I think Ivan and this is Secondhand Auburn and had been involved in the automobile industry for a long time before his meryl responsibilities and my mother my birth mother's husband Bendall side that was he's in fact I went for the same company General Motors Think <hes> and that Bhai spanked stationed all around the world in their careers so often a new my birth mother and her husband Ivan New my birth mother story I've and also because of I think he had some connections damage North Melbourne football club. Hey also known my story as well and he'd never pace them together the same story while would you be one person saying my son somewhere in America and Corinne Kaeding Australia applying for North Melbourne. You wouldn't connect the two main. How how amazing is that that one other person that I knew you also knew you may I've seen video footage of you being admitted to I feel hall of fame and it's terribly moving the you get this beautiful speech and then use of acknowledge at the audience and there's your birth mother in the audience who seems quite overwhelmed and beaming with such pride and pleasure? It's really beautiful moment. Did she ever see you play football she she did a her and her husband came to Perth and watched and washed be play. One game of football should also watched on television. She watched on television are members <hes> there was there was a final side. He says where we can square up where Fremantle Donald Plight Sydney Olympic Stadium in a preliminary final Richard and Sydney had the better of fremantle but unbeknownst to me she had hooked up the satellite and arranged all hula fringe to come over to a house and watch it in the early hours of the morning and the weirdest thing. I'm not making this up our member and this is very rare because I had pretty good concentration Shania Korea I remember looking up sort of towards the sky at one moment in that. I'm thinking a feel of a birth mother's watching these Lo and behold old lighter on when we connected she said all the first time I saw you play was was again when you play against Sydney in the in that final at at the Olympic Stadium couldn't couldn't believe that and she she'd come visit ASEAN in Western Australia and she watched a game of football. Unfortunately we lost one as well kept in Free Mandolin brought them out of the doldrums up into the finals very successful career with them and then retired and you have three daughters yeah they give you a hard time about being on radio of course Cadad- there my daughter's. It's their job to give me a hard time. They cannot fathom how anybody would voluntarily into me their dad. You've got free free. Will you have a choice we we've got to listen to you but you do so some of the teachers at school say listen to your dad this morning and they just do not understand and the oldest who's turning thirteen this year she pretty much has a daily review of what I've spoken about and she'll give me a a tick of approval. If it's an appropriate appropriate subject to talk about or crossing her opinion it's not worthy of bird talking about and she gives pretty good cancel actually listen to a more you get checked the daughters that would never choose to listen if my wife has Marshall on the now one hundred hundred off pretty quick daughters do good for other enjoyed this process of having a conversation every morning with the big city. It's lovely. It's lovely connecting connecting with people when you feel like you're making that connection and I'm so fortunate. Also the first hour of the show actually goes statewide and W is a big place and grew up in the country so I love talking to people from broome down to Denmark Esperanto Cat Guli Wherever Bay and trying to have that common thread that that you know it's a soul a really enjoyed that it's a it's a privilege. This is his conversations with Richard Fidler C._B._C. Radio UH SPIKE TO P._D. Bill last year and Peter has since moved on from the A._B._C. to return to the from Dhaka's as general manager of football. I'm Richard Fidler. Thanks for listening. You've been listening to a podcast of conversations nations with Richard Fidler for more conversations interviews. Please go to the website A._B._C. Dot net dot E._d._U. Slash conversations and discover more gray A._B._C. podcasts live

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Why are earthquakes so hard to predict? - Jean-Baptiste P. Koehl

TED-Ed: Lessons Worth Sharing

04:56 min | 1 year ago

Why are earthquakes so hard to predict? - Jean-Baptiste P. Koehl

"In one thirty to see Chinese Chinese polymath Jong Hung presented the Han Court with his latest invention this large vase he claimed could tell them whenever an earthquake occurred heard in their kingdom including direction they should send aid the court was somewhat skeptical especially when the device triggered on a seemingly quiet afternoon afternoon but when messengers came for help days later there doubts turned to gratitude today we no longer rely on pots to identify seismic is Mika vents but earthquakes still offer a unique challenge to those trying to track them so why are earthquakes so hard to anticipate and how could we get better at predicting them to answer that. We need to understand some theories behind how earthquakes occur. Earth's crust is made from several vast just jagged slabs of rock called tectonic plates each riding on a hot partially molten layer of Earth's mantle. This causes the plates to spread Ed very slowly at anywhere from one to twenty centimeters per year but these tiny movements are powerful enough to cause deep cracks in the interacting plates lights and an unstable zones. The intensifying pressure may ultimately triggered an earthquake. It's hard enough to monitor these miniscule movements but the factors that turned shifts into seismic events are far more vary different faultlines juxtaposed different routes some of which are stronger for weaker under pressure diverse rocks also react differently to friction and high temperatures some partially melt and can release lubricating fluids fluids made of superheated minerals that reduce faultline friction but some are left dry prone to dangerous buildups of fresher and all these faults faults are subject to varying gravitational forces as well as the currents of hot rocks moving throughout Earth Mantle so which of these hidden variables Abel's should we be analyzing and how do they fit in to our growing prediction tool kit because some of these forces occur at largely constant rates. The behavior behavior of the plates is somewhat cyclical today. Many of our most reliable clues come from long term forecasting related to win and wear earthquakes have previously occurred at the scale of Millennia. This allows us to make predictions about when highly active faults like the San Andreas are overdue for a a massive earthquake but due to the many variables involved this method can only predict very loose timeframes to predict more imminent events researchers hers have investigated the vibrations Earth Elicits before a quake geologists have long used seismometers to track and map these tiny shifts shift in the Earth's crust and today most smartphones are also capable of recording primary seismic waves with a network of phones around the globe scientists interests could potentially crowd source a rich detailed warning system that alerts people to income and quake's unfortunately phones might not be able to provide the advance notice needed to enact safety protocols but such detailed readings would still be useful for prediction tools like Nasr's quake Zim software which can use rigorous blend of geological data to identify regions at risk however recent studies indicate the most telling signs of a quake might be invisible to all all these sensors in two thousand eleven just before an earthquake struck the east coast Japan nearby researchers recorded surprisingly high concentrations of the radioactive isotope pair radon and thouron as stress builds up in the crust right before an earthquake micro fractures allow these gases asses to escape to the surface. These scientists think that if we built a vast network of Radon thouron detectors in earthquake prone areas it could become a promising missing warning system potentially predicting quakes a week in advance of course none of these technologies would be as helpful as simply looking deep inside the earth itself with a deeper view. We might be able to track and predict large scale geological changes in real time possibly saving tens of thousands of lives a year but for now these technologies can help us prepare and respond quickly to areas in need without waiting for directions from vase

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Friday, March 20th, 2020

Taurus Today

02:48 min | 7 months ago

Friday, March 20th, 2020

"Good Morning Torres. Today is Friday March twentieth. Two Thousand Twenty. The Sun enters aries with airy season comes the advent of a new esther logical year late last night. The Sun Aligned with our celestial equator marking the Spring Equinox. The lessons of the past were harvested. The mistakes swept away now. We step into the world reborn ready for anything. That comes our way. This is Torres today. A podcast original. Let's begin your day for you. The next month is about closure bringing certain stories full circle face the toxic habits you formed over the past year and clean out your closet and preparation for your birthday season before you can step into the world reborn. You must close the door on your past. Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships. Venus your ruling planet continues her. Dance through your sign. This always makes you more attractive to a partner. Consider what you like. Most about yourself. Acknowledged the way you've matured over the past year fall in love with the person you're becoming. Contemplate your path to personal growth. Energetic Mars perfectly aligns with Jupiter bringing enthusiasm and determination to your house of broader horizons. An intention you set today. We'll have real staying power bowl. Choose what you have left to explore and pick up the Mantle Torres. Today is daily podcast. Follow on spotify to make it part of your morning routine if you're interested in learning more about your sign. Download the sanctuary up from the apple APP store or Google play for personalized birth chart reading and follow sanctuary at sanctuary world on instagram. That's S. ANC T. U. A. R. Y. W. R. L. D. or scope. Today is a podcast original.

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