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"mike tucker" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
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"mike tucker" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Both of those guys do a great job covering the bills. And he joins us right now, Matt. It's always great to have you on the show. And thanks for taking the time today to join me here, I feel very honored. Mr Wilson. I think you put the other quite a line up the best of the best. So I appreciate you having me on. Well, I gotta get I gotta get into of the better mats in western New York with you and Matt Belvedere as well. So Ah, I I appreciate you taking time to join me in this premier lineup of guests today. So, uh, I mean, what does this What is this opener mean for you tomorrow Because I know last year with Covid. And how no fans in attendance of this is gonna be the first time that Highmark Stadium has had full capacity of the stadium since the 2019 season. What is this? Opener for the Bills this year. Mean for you'd Is it more about the fans being back? Is it more about the bills actually being serious contenders for a Super Bowl this year? What? What exactly does this opener mean for you? Yeah. I mean for me. I was talking to Elena Katzenberg. I think you have on the show and Catherine Fitzgerald. Miller sees the Bills game and I was telling him a get there really early this week with, you know, 70,000 people back in the building is going to be hectic down there, but also make sure you take sometimes. In the in the craziness to really take it all in and you know in the press box were were kind of insulated a bit and it's hard to hear at times what's going on in the stadium. But I think that Tomorrow is one of those games where if I could sneak out just for a minute or two. Just take it all in. I kind of want to because It's special man, like going through all last year was so weird being in that building with nobody there and then having the 6500 with two playoff games. Uh, you know, I know what it means. The city you know, my entire family is filled with bills van that are in buffalo and you know, outside of Buffalo that still root for the team shell. Just the emotions around what this is going to mean for the city and the weekend celebrating 9 11. I mean, it's just It's going to be an emotional day. I think Matt Perino from New York. Upstate dot com Syracuse dot com Joining us right now in the Western Hotline on W GR, So Matt sort of the topic that we're going to be focusing in on today is you're the biggest matchup that you're looking at with this bill's opener against the Steelers. What are you watching for the most with whether it's one unit in particular against another one player against another with the Steelers? What are you looking for, Uh, to watch the most With this matchup. You know, I I think it's going to come down to. How can the Pittsburgh Steelers limit this bill's passing attack? They get it early last year. They had a good plan for Josh Allen. And that's offense. And I thought that they got some decent pressure. I thought that, you know. They did a good job, but you can only do that. I feel like for so long. I mean, we started the preseason game with the way that this built offense just moved up and down the field. They hadn't been. They haven't played a game all summer, and they came out with one drive. Score a touchdown, another drive, they move the ball and then another drop touchdown in the third drive, so I think it's going to be. Where's TJ Watch conditioning level at? Uh, What does Melvin Ingram offer? I know Alice Highsmith is questionable if he can't go Where are they going To get answers? Cam Heyward up. The middle is going to test that interior, which I believe we're going to get a big chunk of Cody Ford. I don't know if he's going to play the whole game, I'd imagine he starts. But I wouldn't be surprised to see some Mike Tucker in there as well. But it's going to be a challenge upfront. And then you look at the left tackle spot. I asked Dion Dawkins about this yesterday. No, Where's your conditioning level at? He's confident He thinks he's back. He thinks he's ready to go. By 60 Minutes Football game is just a little bit different. Where's his cardio in the fourth quarter, So I think that's going to be the matchup that determined this game because if the if the Steelers can't consistently slow this offense down Their joy, just going to run them out of that place? Yeah, When we talked to Sean McDermott yesterday you mentioned the Guard battle and McDermott wasn't really open to kind of giving any details as to how that was going to play out. How do you feel that that guard battle has played out and who's going to be on that starting line at the guard position when the offense takes the field tomorrow? It's hard. I think. I think Cody Ford has been solid. Um, I know that there's seems to be a lot of criticism for him, and I don't think we've seen enough yet, And I think working your way back from the injury that he had Any leg injury where you've got to kind of plant and drive. It's going to take a while to get that back to where you feel 100% comfortable. I think he's he's at least in a place now. Where you can get a locked into that right guard spot. Let him let him play next to Darryl Williams, who they both went to Oklahoma. They built a pretty strong relationship and see what you have there, but I think they like Like two and there, they never shied away from a position rotation. I mean, they don't. They don't have any problems doing that, if that's what is the best situation with team, So I think they're going to go into the game and probably see how it plays out House Cody Ford playing, but I do at the same time buying an interesting that they'd never Really been committed enough to Cody Ford to just say Come hell or high water. We're going to give Cody Ford this job for this amount of time go back to his rookie year, no matter what happened week after week, it was that rotation with Thai insects that kept coming back up. He had some some. Some starts last year, where he was starting to settle in, but they were moving them on both sides of the line. So I think that it might be time to just hand the reins over to Cody and just see if he could sink or swim for a few weeks in a row. We'll see what approach they take. The other battle that McDermott talked about yesterday, which we now know it has a winner in that battle is the C B to battle between Dean Jackson and Levi Wallace. And once again, it is Levi Wallace prevailing through all the competition that he's had to go through to win that battle and get the star opposite of trade. Devious white. Was there really any doubt through as the preseason went on that Levi Wallace was the second quarterback opposite to devious white? Or do you think that Dean Jackson has done enough in, uh, in the preseason and early in year, two of his NFL career to kind of give the bills a little bit of hope that hey, there might be something here more than just you know Dane Jackson, the seventh round pick from a year ago. Yeah, it's for me. It's been about three weeks or so that I've kind of had it wrapped up for Levi. I know Sean has maintained the competition there, but, you know, it just goes back to his old faithful. You know, they can They trust him? To be an above average level, competent starter and sometimes you know a lot of teams in this league. Don't have that second quarterback spot. So you know, I've had him kind of penciled in there now with Dane. It's interesting. He's had kind of a little bit. More quiet of a training camp and then preseason. He hasn't made as many plays as he did in the spring and last year in the two spot starts so but they still are very high on him. I mean, just go back and listen to the way the Brandon Beane spoke about him in the off season and even in a recent interview that he did with Tim Gravity athletic, he said. He point blank asked him, Tim did. Why didn't you go out inside another cornerback? And he said, We like what we have. So if Levi won't you get Levi Wallace in there If something happens with them him they like Dane Jackson to come in there be ready to play. He proved that ability last year and then they continue to like Saran Neal, who you know, they call him maybe their one of their better overall tacklers and that hybrid Cornerback nickel safety role that they've carved out for him, so I think they like what they have, and I know bills. Fans are frustrated with that at times, but they're confident that they have enough, uh, to make plays back there, And I mean, it's hard to argue to brain. They finished fourth in the NFL last year and takeaways and when you're when you're producing like that, it's kind of the proof is kind of in the pudding so and so it's Not happening at that level. It's easy to understand why they're so confident. Matt Perino few more minutes with him here on the Western hotline from Syracuse dot com in New York upstate.
"mike tucker" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Han and his kid went to Niagara. That's what I know. Another thing I found out yesterday. You know why they caught they call? Um Rick ceiling. Um Assad. Go on. You have no idea you wouldn't even be able to guess it right? No, listen. I've asked God Okay, so go ahead. So Rick Sealing his brother was Rod sealing. We played with the New York Rangers. On that New York Rangers team. They had Rajjo Bear who just passed away. They had Rod ceiling, and they had another rod so and Mill Francis, who is the coach of the Rangers. Every time he said, Rod, you're up three guys would get up. And be ready to go. So he had to split them up and give them nicknames. And because of Rod, sealing y'all, Rod asked. Uh, I don't know. And he put the acid the front and he called him sod. And then it just carried on and Rick ceiling was little sod. And then he just became sod. So I annoy idea that it's them from his brother. Why didn't know played in the National Hockey League? Um and and his nickname being sawed. So I learned that two that would have been really screwed up if they spelled ceiling with a C I A Yeah, I never have been caught instigators. We're recapping the Sabres Alumni golf tournament yesterday. I asked Marty who the most drunk drunk guy was, he said, go ahead review pointing, he said Dave Hannan. Yeah, He didn't say Dave van. What? I said Dave was having a great uh, Marty did it did say, David? Uh oh, that's okay. That's okay, Marty. Um, but, you know, the funny thing is, um When you get together at these alumni events, it's It's really It's really great to see these guys they played against played with, and it's exciting to be able to watch. You see every year how many l bees each player puts on. Okay. Like you just come back, and every year the guy puts on a couple more pounds. And then all of a sudden you look at, uh, if you're noticing it's definitely more than just a couple. Yeah, Yeah, I'm saying a couple, but it's like, Wow, It's like some guys are just like man. Did you just, you know, eat like 10,000 calories a day for a full year like So and then you then you and then you get the odd guy that you're like John Jean Luc Grand Pierre. I didn't play with him. I just played against them. And I'm not kidding you. He looks better than he looks in better shape than any NHL player right now. I will put him up against any player right now. Body fat is probably 6%. Absolutely insane. I didn't realize. So I asked you this morning when we were talking. Um he looks number one. Like I asked you how old he was. You said he was 43 years old. Four years born in 77 so either 43 or 44, I'll see when his birthday was has the best jeans I've ever I've ever seen in my life. He looks 25 years old. He's 44. He also looks like he's got 6% body fat. Like I remember him being very big, very strong and powerful. And that was he was such a powerful skater. Um, but he did not look big. He looked in fantastic shape like it was like what is going on? He looked, uh, He's the one guy would you agree, Marty, that we that we saw was just like holy jumping. What are you doing between him and pecs? I think there are probably the two guys that are in the best shape. When you put this group of alumni together, one up That's got a bigger gut than I do. No, he doesn't because he's a strings can't hanging out his shorts and his T shirt doesn't mean he's in great shape. Cracks is looking looks like a pear. Oh, my God. Oh, my God. You don't have to throw shade at people just because you don't like the way you look, rams. Listen, I can't stand Mike Pence's about that is Cutthroat Island right now to Hey, we're on Cutthroat Island. This is amazing. Who else was? Hey, Marty, Did you see what Mike Tucker did to us when we were on the show yesterday? No. Where do you do? Oh, so you didn't see that? I'm not going to tell you what he did, but I didn't like it very much. So, Mike Peca. You need to get in shape. That's what I'm going to say to my packer. Oh, no looky is in top shape is always in great shape. My mic pack is like that genetic freak, you know is like you literally looks like he's 22 20 year old body. Matty Ellis is probably if 6.5 7% body God, I was feeling Matty Ellis up at the course yesterday. Oh, my God. That guy is that man child? I'm just like feeling holders, and he's a man man. He's a man man that that man So I go over and child at the age of 42 or 40, or I go over to his place. Uh, the other day. His is his daughter. Youngest, uh, was having a birthday party and my my daughter was over there and I went to pick up my daughter and, uh, he's got the garage doors open and it's it's like a training facility. Oh, yeah, I'm not kidding you. It's like He is a freak. He was a frequent. He played like I mean, there was not a guy. There was not a guy on the team that remotely came close to how hard he worked in the gym. He was almost obsessed. He loved lifting. He loved writing, um And he's still to this day is is lifting and keeping in great shape and I mean, he is back before he got super busy when he first retired, and you're still talking Matty Ellis? Yeah, he's well before he got super busy and retired from the instigator show. Used to send me a tune every morning. He was working out like this. The morning jam. I got goin because we listen to the same music. I haven't heard from him in a while. Yeah, You know, he he decided to change. You know, bang on bang on became a huge hit around. You know, the hockey world. He has some bigger dudes. Everybody listens to the instigators. And he had that saying Bang on And then he just like left us. Made by the instigators. Matty Ellis. Yeah, made by the incident. Welcome Mat. So, speaking of genetic freaks, I have a story regarding an alumni have the same The Sabres, but not quite yet. I'm still a player. Yeah, but you know, very.
"mike tucker" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"Because i'm smart because now i'm very diva ish. You have you asian legend. You're the leading show for emmy nominations. You could be a diva year of at least a year of being a diva member pilots. Were actually weird and like george. Jerry sat at different a different coffee shop. Yeah because it was. It was the fucking seinfeld chronicles. Yeah that's what i miss. I missed a good politics. Looks nothing like the actual show. There was somebody rips through. And they're like what the fuck is i mean. Even i will say even the first couple of episodes of the us office. Michael scott and i know like imitating hair like it's the hair different. He was. yeah. I know he went from like but like he was really taken those early. You're like wow so mean it's a mean character. Yeah thank you so much. If you're listening to us right now it's already out on apple. Tv plus go check out. Ted lasso season to rip through season. One if you have it yet. They use them much joining us. This is this has been a blast. Thank you for having me guys through the pleasure. the olympics. imagine if there was an acting team that'd be stupid but or to pretend that's the case. So here's what we're gonna do. We're in draft team. Usa acting indirect. You gotta draft to actors comedy and drama to actresses comedy-drama and then a director and then a director. I'm going to do the randomized or here. It goes ken jack myself trail and the audience. Okay ken jack. I pick for your team. Usa acting and directing team lost. What's our rules here. They they go to the olympics. They try to make the best two movies. Guess right just say that. Just say that. Yeah they get. They get an eight millimeter sony handy cam. They they got a flip cam. Yeah one of the usb stick and built in Shit this sucks i okay. You know what i'm gonna pick Quentin tarantino with first of all good. I wanna have a video movie with very good dialogue. And he's good at writing drama. He's gonna running humor. I want tarantino on my team. Okay t with the first pick. Who's next i'm next. So all right director. I think i gotta go. I gotta go main actor. This'll up the drought. I'm gonna leo a lot of my list. I feel like if you're going to have like acting making debut at the olympics you want like now. I'm pulling back pulling it back. i'm taking makaay. i'm taking mcconnell. Hey i made the wrong phone. Call leo i'm gonna take mcconnell. He just seems like such a fucking american staple he's got the little texas drawl go and taking mcconaughey. That's my usa representative trill. Okay my first pick a. I'm taking Taking john c reilly. Wow yeah because he we. I know we're supposed to take a comedic or dramatic actor. So i think i'm gonna take john c reilly Say he can pivot to both. But i'm going to take him in the community category. I'd smart that's the right move. Because it's harder to fill. But jesse riley courses a legend and then For the dramatic actress taking sewing so audiences next opening. Don't take susan serandon on their list. Could pick it. Susan serandon is on their list now. It's not shocking so our audience. Our this week is mike tucker given a pretty damn good list. there's no like orders. I'm gonna pick the ones. I think out his best picks and i'm gonna do cohen brothers first director Great great great. Pick for either and again comedy or drama Great both of next. I will give them their comedy actor..
"mike tucker" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Than we could get out of the house. See other people in jed the masks. Hopefully with the politics of kovic still predominate and much of the story has yet to be told. Pennsylvania representative guy. Russian thaler wants to change that. Here's mike and the congressman. The mike gallagher show more than any other single living american. Tony fao she is responsible for the covert nine. Pandemic wade lays out a nearly insurmountable. You large amount of evidence at this virus originated at the wuhan institute of technology in central china. The wuhan lab was conducting experiments on how to make bad viruses infectious. To human beings. Those experiments were funded by american tax dollars approved and directed by tony fao in washington in the relief factor dot com studios. Here's mike tucker carlson's crazy. he's evil. he's a propagandist. President trump is a big at for daring to suggest that maybe this virus came from the wuhan lab. They're singing a different to now. Aren't they wonder when they're gonna start lining up to apologize to president trump or to tucker or to senator rand paul for that matter or anybody who raised concerns. How about tom. cotton senator. Tom cotton's been right about this. What for a year. Something was wrong. Something was weird about all these sick people in wuhan. Oh it was a pangolin was a bat my goodness what what what a bunch of incompetent or corrupt voices that have been trying to lead us through the wilderness. Portions of the mike. Gallagher show are brought to you by fellowship. Home loans. Call eight hundred five ten. Mike are good fellowship. Home loans dot com slash mike g. Welcome home fellowship home loans. You know all this emphasis on andrew cuomo and his incompetence his bullying and his all the accusations about not only his personal behavior. But the the more the disgraceful decrepit way he he sent senior citizens to their deaths in new york by his horrific mandate that nursing homes must accept cove in nineteen patients. But it's not just cuomo. How about the state of pennsylvania. I saw representative guy resin schaller wrestling saw. I have the hardest name with his his his name. And i can't wait to welcome him and thank him and i'm gonna call him guy because i think i'm allowed to but he's a great guy who's a politician attorney. Judge navy veteran republican representative from pennsylvania's fourteenth congressional district. I saw him over the weekend on tv. And i said to my producer derek. Clincal get me guy here. He is on our guest line on skype. He joins us here. On the mike gallagher show. It's great having you on the program a sale if you say it one time i swear i'll get it right recipe schaller rashawn. Mike i e. Call me guy anytime guys. Thank you dollar but again it's just guy please. There's so many vowels in there and so many good you've got a good irish last name. I love it. So all. I can say i can say i'm not going to get tongue-tied and you sure aren't tug tied in your very pointed criticism of the republic of the democrat governor in pennsylvania. Tom wolfe so. Thank you for joining us. A congressman talk a little bit about the actions of tom. Wolfe because with all the focus on cuomo. I'm not sure that the people realize around the country that tom wolfe is right up there in the in the cartoon villain category of of inept governors at actually argue that. Tom wolfe is worse than governor. Cuomo can get to that. But let's think about the beginning of this down back. And by the way i was with the game from a lab and we'll on the arrows the beginning of this. That's a whole another topic but at the beginning. Let's start the no no no. Let's start from the beginning. Let's start from wuhan you because this is such a breathtaking story now even fao ci lord vouches chea saying well i'm right. I think we should investigate this. I'm not convinced that this wasn't natural when that's all they've been telling us explain to us. What if you were with and go back to the beginning when you were raising alarms about the cove in nineteen coming out of the wuhan lap. Mike i'd appreciate that so about a year ago. This started to see to me that this came from lab on. There were a lot of reasons for it look. I majored in political science. I've got a law degree. But the fact that a lot of these issues raise concern with me at non-scientists shows you that the so-called experts were either corrupt. They were either lying to us they were. They were engaged in what we would call willful blindness where they were ignoring obvious evidence. Here's here's what it is. There was a lab and wuhan that was a. b. s. l. for lab bio safety lab number for the highest rating. You can get and we know that american tax dollars. We're going to that lab. The study gain a function research. Where you took a virus. It took place in nature. You played with the tinkered with it made it contagious to humans. Sometimes you increase the reality of it or you increase the transmissibility rate and we know that we were sending money to that lab and move on to study just that geena puncture research additionally they were doing experiments with bats. Now here's why the conspiracy theory was that. This originated in a wet mark. The back bay reusing were a thousand miles away. Mike a thousand miles away. Additionally in a state the state of nature does virus was not as contagious. You were to believe the conspiracy theory that this came from a wet market and wuhan. You'd have to believe that a bat a thousand miles away traveled to on on its way. They're infected nobody and no other creature then. That disease became twenty percent. More contagious than it's been. It is in in in nature. Also you'd have to totally ignore the fact that the chinese had the bs. l. Four lab there. Those coincidentally ron by the la..
"mike tucker" Discussed on The Toasty Podcast
"And the same guy was like in there. There was this is on tucker and tucker was like. Yeah there were. There were famines in china seventy years ago so it can't be china because the chinese would never let their people starve or die right like the arguments are so hollow and dumb and not well thought out and mike tucker like. You're smarter than that dude. Yeah but i don't know if they're allowed to do anything like that. Because i had caused a scene right. So what do.
"mike tucker" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Call right now for a free portfolio review at 803 934001 again, 800 393 fours years here, Want to do a free portfolio review? Good idea going into 2021. Have a bonus trivia question it no one will get anything for it, but I think it's just a fascinating little factoid here. Uh do either if you know what other major New Year's Day event Was moved in 1942 because of World War two. I'm going to say the Rose Bowl. I was gonna say that correct. Do you know where it was moved to Oh, ah! No, I don't. It was moved to Duke University and Durham, North Carolina, in January of 1942 because of concerns about a Japanese attack on the West Coast on so it was the only time that the Rose Bowl was held outside of Pasadena, California. And so the Rose Bowl in 1942 was held at Duke University in a game that the Duke Blue Devils actually lost by a score of 22 16. Despite being undefeated Going into their matchup with the Oregon State Beavers, who were seven and two at the time. Duke at the time was ranked second in the country and had national championship aspirations. And this was football. Not possible. This was football, not basket, okay? Well, I'd like your question better, Chuck. What's that? I like your question better. We'll do that one next year, even though I've just given it away now. We've got some predictions that we made in the beginning. Not the beginning. But over the course of this year that I know that Paul, you and Matt have gathered them up and we're going to see whether any of these came to fruition is is that correct? Yeah, it's time to put our money where our mouths were at some point during the year and reiterate these predictions and Make fun of me on one and congratulate Chuck on one will go through the whole cycle here. Okay. Where do we want to start? Matt? Do you want to kick it off with the first one? Yeah, sure. I'll kick it off. This first one was from Barry on April 16th. He said baseball in May and no hockey or MBA, both of which were wrong. Dead wrong and are all right. I will run this one apple. This is from our own co host Chuck Apple will buy a major rerun show by the end of September. 2020. That was inaccurate as well. I'm sorry, Chuck. Any additional thoughts there? You still stick by it. Yes. I still think they want to own some kind of, you know, not 10 poll, but some kind of re watchable content. Whether you know something like a Seinfeld or friends or the office. I know that those are all accounted for, but They want something like that that people could just watch mindlessly on their platform certainly have the cash to do it. Yeah, definitely could happen next year. Next one we have is from Tucker, our executive producer who said Gronk will be back. And that was from March 25th of last year. So Tucker was right on the money on that one. Well done, well done one year, often back with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers having a relatively good season, even though he had struggled quite a bit. With injuries before him. This one is from me, and it's an atrocious prediction that I really screwed up s O. I had said to bury on August 26 that there would be less votes in this year's presidential election versus that in 2016. Barry took the other side of it, and I lost by quite a bit. As we saw a huge border turnout. I was under the impression that Cove it would stop people from going to the polls, and that certainly was The case. We were at 138 Million Ballpark in 2016 and anywhere close to 1 60 this time around, so dead wrong by me. You know what else you lost out on there? What you said that we would have less votes instead of fewer votes. Thanks. Check Don't always happy to help out. It is correct. That is correct. All right, So this one's from you, Chuck. And I kind of have a grievance with Tucker over this one. This was your Tucker's kid will play tennis prediction That was on November 14 2018. Tucker here has it marked is wrong, which, I I think is wrong in itself. Because the kid's only two years old, he could be the next and erotic. Like I told The kid's not old enough to hold a tennis that's like minimally into this yet and 18 year. Prediction. I mean, like, Once he graduates high school. I think we could make that statement affirmatively. Right, And I believe that came up because I think Tucker said that like tennis was like the most useless sport out there and I was like, Well, your kids definitely playing tennis then, right, But I really hope he does rubs it in his face. So I'm a little nervous. Read the next one. Now that I know that Chuck is watching my grammar like a hawk, But we've got a stimulus projection where the number here was 1.99 Trillion. I believe this was made in October, and it was regarding the timing of the next stimulus package. Chuck had said the end of next week. This was in October by 5 P.m., and then Mike Armstrong had stated that it would not be before the election and then Tucker heads. Said Sunday. 8 P.m.. So anyway, long and short, Chuck and Tucker were incorrect, and Mike was correct regarding the stimulus package. However, the amount it appears no one was right on. With that? Yeah, that zah painful. That one really stings me because I knew better better than to take that side and I still did. That's okay. It's a prediction. You know, they don't know workout, including by the way, Tucker just texted me saying quote. He plays basketball, hockey, golf in baseball. No tennis, too. He's That's what I said. He's too. Come on. He's two years old, has even hit. Preschool yet Alright. Alright. So this one was from Mike Tucker has this march marked as a push. Now, Mr Peanut crashes his own funeral for the Super Bowl ad. I guess I can see why talk to have this marked as a push because I think Baby Peanut was born in the head and I write like they were at the funeral and then the baby peanuts spouted out of the ground. I just remember the good old days when We were able to care about such things is whether or not Mr Peanut would crash his own funeral. I don't remember that..
"mike tucker" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"She definitely by region. I don't see it. She looked regular white to me. Good face tattoos that an hour on the face. I don't know what is going I. Don't know a face was dirty or these are just bad tattoos piercings. I don't know. But that's a white. So Let's say you. Got To the next one. Guess Not Black. Florida believe what a Florida. Police chief the twos of Lincoln. Deputies Toronto. Virus Death to homosexual sexual events. What? A Florida police chief is on administrative leave following a police union complaint that he told his officers a sheriff's deputy died from covid nineteen because he was homosexual who attended homosexual sexual events. Can I guess the race racist? Is that the race? He tried to. He tried to do. HIV turn into like. Cova nineteen. That's the disease. Okay, Oh nineteen. Don't care. Wow, DEL ingle. Police. Covid nineteen was like think all the sexualities identified no identity I am in with everybody you must've wanted. Articles did was found in sperm. See, it's all it's fine. It was Madonna's. He would've been fine. Later find out the Dale frequence of the same party accused. The Deputy! No, no, he died because he was in there. That homosexual sexual lifestyle okay I know because he went down, freaky frogs on Tuesday at seven thirty. Now see that's when they have the gay part that I. Despise I. Hate Him so much I go sometimes to just hate on the gays. Do they face? I'm certain I order a couple of drinks. You know dance with my shirt off and I'm like. Hey, you should be ashamed. He'll sell Jesus. This okay and I pull out. Some glow sticks. You know maybe go to town on a couple of guys to teach them a lesson. Giving what four if you know what I mean, anyway, he was into that lifestyle. I could tell. You sounded. Do Police Work? Undercover police work. Have you ever seen that? Oh No, you don't watch this L.. We would I do watch it like five yard. It's going to get this job, but the Ebersol of Squid Billy's where early sheriff was trying to stop the gay club from coming into town and the sheriff going out of the gate the. He's going undercover when he was at the Clo- hanging out having a good. Laid like you know I hate those games early, go to work. Data side? He's just like. Oh you out in. Good Galveston was the yeah anyway. I'm surprised. Anyone turned him in. My say other police officers. But Oh, you know what I. Stupid me hours, thinking turned it probably from a good place of why do. They probably tournament from a bad place like what? How dare you accuse him of being engaged? You you have vodka. That's the worst thing you can say about a man. or they were sharing it like. Like the joke, Liking Camaraderie, but it got to the wrong person who wasn't flooded jokes well. Saturday a complaint written by Mike Tucker the Chief of staff for the Florida. State fraternal order police. ingle belittled officers in a parking lot who expressed concern about the corona virus last week referred to Shannon. Bennett Broward County sheriff's deputy who died from covid nineteen two days earlier chief Eagle allegedly yelled about a backstory, which proclaimed that Deputy Bennett contract in die from the virus because he was a homosexual who attended homosexual sexual events the. Use it and I get it like my concerns valid. Like they came to him Oh of course. Yes yes, I. Mean clearly. This is a bigger and also. Also. Whilst readiness as a police officer, but he's a big. He turned he. He intimated because of homosexual out of Debbie. Bennett I contracted a series. Underlying disease would aggravate the COVID. Nineteen vars led to his death. You know the other thing is. The Guy could be gay. And he could have been like we all knew he was gay. Don't worry. Restaurants can't get it. Trying to calm their nurse right thinking he was like doing. This colleague who died. Even if he even if he was gay like there's people are care about his fucking live. Like what did you say to me? Like how? You know. Right? The complaint said ingle continue to rent for some time with the presumably designed factor dividend. And discourage any department employees from complaining stars in the future. ingle email opposite saying he did not mean a fandom by what he say. How is this supposed to take place? What else could you mean? Oh No these are all just I'm just trying to rally cows. I may comments concerning the death of A. B. S., O., deputy bidding as a local media, these comments relative to covid nineteen personal protective equipment. My intent was to provide as much information to a personnels possible it. MECOM is taken out of context. They will not attend to be derogatory. My apology. uttered. Yeah just took me out of context obviously, and yes, Bennett died, he was thirty nine died on April third. He was openly gay and playing the mayor's partner later, so he didn't know. Everyone knew he was gay. He didn't think anyone would be cool with it. or he thought the Marc. Lamont Hill y'all. Go along with this because I'm doing. I'm commanding officer. I'm I'm yelling. It's all about this new being gay and at you'll have a problem with it, but you'll shut the fuck up. You scared of losing your job or At worst you said you said the fuck up. Even if or worse, you all agree with me. That's what he was thinking and he got surprised. Because apparently, some people on the forest gives a fuck. You know we don't talk about that, but you. How we talk about football as a coach like they don't necessarily welcome to get community for players, and that sort of thing, but we know what talk about like the police force and things like that and potential. How homophobe it be 'cause we talk about the military would like the don't ask. The hotel stays today head at one time, but. I guess. I really wanted to have much. That coach really is like the. The How uncomfortable it may have been for that person to express his sexuality in that way in that field and having other people. Maybe don't come forward laws. We all about how they Miss Jenna people. When they commit when they're doing cover crimes and things like that, and it's deliberate, so I really wonder about it. Yeah I absolutely think is the same as football culture of. The say we like football coach is rape culture. You can't have just unfortunate, but you can't have. You can't separate it, you know. Is You have a group of men going challenge on been towards Misogyny, bigotry stuff, and what police officers, because they both thin Blue.
"mike tucker" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To contend with the fact that for so long it is said that black lives don't matter great so we have deep like deep gratitude and also like with Sabonis to say like we want to do more we wish that we were in a situation where none of this happened great lake where Trish play was still alive but that's not the reality that we're and and so we'd love to not have this money but now that we have this money we have a responsibility to to do more with it and also to increase our our band with okay you Smith is the board president of the Minnesota freedom find a TV Smith thanks so much for being with us thank you another sign of change taking place in Minnesota in the wake of George Floyd's killing has been at the ballpark on Friday the Minnesota Twins removed a memorial to the team's former owner Calvin Griffith over his history of racist attitudes and remarks Griffith inherited the Washington Senators in nineteen fifty five and eventually moved the team to Minnesota where they were renamed the twins and talk about that move Griffith once said quote I'll tell you why we came to Minnesota it was when I found out you only have fifteen thousand blacks here and he goes on to say it's unbelievable we came here because you've got good hard working white people here lifelong twins fan Mike Tucker has been staging what he called a one man boycott of the team over the Calvin Griffith statute and he spearheaded the effort to have it removed we read about in Sports Illustrated and decided we had to hear more so we've called him up and he's with us now from Minneapolis Mike Tucker thanks so much for being with us thanks for having me so how did you fall in love with the twins at the Sports Illustrated piece described you as a ride or die twins fan I fell in love back in junior high when when a good friend of mine was collecting baseball cards and he got me started collecting baseball cards in about the same time the twins had won the eighty seven World Series as underdogs no one gave us much national attention so they won despite all odds there's like a Cinderella story you know and who doesn't like an underdog story you know I'm a Mets fan so I'm trying to just keep it together right here but I'll take you at your Hey nobody's perfect okay thanks for that all right so it must have been I don't know you tell me when you found out about Calvin Griffiths history just must've hurt how did you find out about it and how did you feel when you did I found out after walking around the stadium during game two thousand fifteen I've noticed the statue for the first time I've seen it before but it P. intentions are rather little placard and said he was a former owner when I got home I googled him and one of the first things that come up with a vice dot com article from two thousand fifteen that had outlined his own rhetoric and his calls and Dylan were digging there is the Star Tribune article that stated he was the last owner to keep his players segregated in the early sixties for the road games in Florida so some people have said Hey yeah he's he's not a racist because that is when things will not at least look at the one thing I look at his body of work in his body of work was telling me he proudly wore the badge of a bigot so how did you start getting the statue removed I mean I know that you've been staging a one man boycott but did you try to get other people to not go did you have a right to the management or what would you do yes uneasily whatever that I decided to no longer attend twins games and some no longer buy their merchandise so then it wasn't until about two weeks ago after outside the Columbus statue come down on the state capitol here in Saint Paul I decided no I gotta like do a bit more than a one man protest so I started a Facebook group someone in my group you merely started petitioning the ball started growing again loud moments and we were emailing the twins that I've direct messaged the players on Facebook on Twitter at I received not one response from any Avenue but the statue did come down I mean on June thirteenth no less and the twins organization released a statement about the statues removal saying quote we cannot remove Calvin Griffith from the history of the Minnesota twins but we believe removal of the statute is an important and necessary step in our ongoing commitment to provide a target field experience for every fan an employee feels safe and welcome so you said they never responded to you in person but the statue did come down you think you had an effect I would like to believe I have the facts you know and even if it's a small change in a lot of people's eyes every small change that reckons with our past leads us to more inclusive society can you just explain to people why you think this matters recognizing the fact that a lot of these statues are coming down around the country why do you think it matters to me it was sort of a very personal thing but I think it's that we could use it as a bigger metaphor for what's going on in our city and state in our nation you know some people see it as a very little thing that I just removed a tangible statue but to me I removed a barrier and a testament to environments that allowed the kind of police brutalization and murders of people of color in our city you know if you have a city adorned with racist decorations doesn't matter if it's a wonder if it's twenty you know like then the people who share these ideals today you know the kind of feel like validated you know so I just want to inspire people but like my mom inspired me back and they should bring you to a Martin Luther king day marchers in my hometown of Duluth Minnesota so she plans he's activism and I've just been inspired to buy all the history books I feel obligated to do any part I can we can all do a little part that's right Tucker he is a Minnesota Twins fan who's been pushing for the team to remove a statue of Calvin Griffith since two thousand fifteen Mike Tucker thank you so much for being with us thank you have a preacher she you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news this past Monday the Supreme Court ruled that LGBTQ workers are protected under the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four meaning they cannot be discriminated against in the workplace before this ruling workers could be fired in twenty six states just for being trans the ruling is a victory for the LGBTQ community but it does not mean that attitudes and practices magically disappear being openly trans on the job can be difficult especially when it feels unsafe to advocate for yourself top would start a host of the gender reveal podcast teamed with NPR's life kit to.
"mike tucker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's not to put this into perspective if we wanted to bail out the folks in Hennepin county who are qualified for them it would cost fifty million dollars that's like wild great that's ridiculous and like that system the cash bail system is just operating on this thing of like they haven't been convicted of anything you know and people are literally rotting in jail because they can't afford to pay her bills forgive me for asking miss Smith is there any part of you that kind of wishes that money had never poured in hello all parts of me was never report I think like you know what we're talking about these moments we are witnessing an uprising and America has to contend with the fact that for so long it is said that black lives don't matter great so we have deep lake deep gratitude and also like with Sabonis to say like we want to do more we wish that we were in a situation where none of this happened great lake where Trish play was still alive but that's not the reality that we're and and so we'd love to not have this money but now that we have this money we have a responsibility to it to do more with it and also to increase our our band with I can be Smith is the board president of the Minnesota freedom fund activists met thanks so much for being with us thank you another sign of change taking place in Minnesota in the wake of George Floyd's killing has been at the ballpark on Friday the Minnesota Twins removed a memorial to the team's former owner Calvin Griffith over his history of racist attitudes and remarks Griffith inherited the Washington Senators in nineteen fifty five and eventually move the team to Minnesota where they were renamed the twins and talk about that move Griffith once said quote I'll tell you why we came to Minnesota it was when I found out you only had fifteen thousand blacks here and he goes on to say it's unbelievable we came here because you've got good hard working white people here lifelong twins fan Mike Tucker has been staging what he called a one man boycott of the team over the Calvin Griffith statute and he spearheaded the effort to have it removed we read about in Sports Illustrated and decided we had to hear more so we called him up and he's with us now from Minneapolis Mike Tucker thanks so much for being with us thanks for having me so how did you fall in love with the twins at the Sports Illustrated piece described you as a ride or die twins fan I fell in love back in junior high when when a good friend of mine was collecting baseball cards and he got me started collecting baseball cards in about the same time the twins had won the Indy seven World Series as underdogs no one gave us much national attention so they won despite all odds there's like a Cinderella story you know and who doesn't like an underdog story you know I'm a Mets fan so I'm trying to just keep it together right here but I'll take you out you're a nobody's perfect okay thanks for that all right so it must have been I don't know you tell me when you found out about Calvin Griffiths history just must've hurt how did you find out about it and how did you feel when you did I found out after walking around the stadium during game in two thousand fifteen I've noticed the statue for the first time I've seen it before but it paid attention so I rather little placard and said he was a former owner when I got home I googled him and one of the first things that come up with the vice dot com article from two thousand fifteen that had outlined his own rhetoric and his calls and delivered the universal Star Tribune article that stated he was the last owner to keep his players segregated in the early sixties for the road games in Florida sold some people have said Hey yeah he's he's not a racist because that is when things will not at least look at the one thing I look at his body of work in his body of work was telling me he proudly wore the badge of big so how did you start getting the statue removed I mean I know that you've been staging a one man boycott but did you try to get other people to not go did you have a right to the management or what it what did you do yes uneasily whatever that I decided to no longer attend twins games and some no longer buy their merchandise sold and it wasn't until about two weeks ago after outside the Columbus statue come down on the state capitol here in Saint Paul I decided no I gotta like do a bit more than a one man protest so I started a Facebook group someone in my group you mean we start a petition of the ball started growing again loud moments and we were emailing the twins died direct message to the players on Facebook on Twitter I received not one response from any Avenue but the statue did come down I mean on June thirteenth no less and the twins organization released a statement about the statues removal saying quote we cannot remove Calvin Griffith from the history of the Minnesota twins but we believe removal of the statute is an important and necessary step in our ongoing commitment to provide a target field experience for every fan an employee feels safe and welcome so you said they never responded to you in person but the statue did come down you think you had an effect I would like to believe I have the facts you know and even if it's a small change in a lot of people's eyes every small change that reckons with our pass leads us to a more inclusive society can you just explain to people why you think this matters recognizing the fact that a lot of these statues are coming down around the country why do you think it matters to me it was sort of a very personal thing but I think it's that we could use it as a bigger metaphor for what's going on in our city and state in our nation you know some people see it as a very little thing that I just removed a tangible statue but to me I removed a barrier and a testament to environments that allowed the kind of police brutalization and murders of people of color in our city you know if you have a city adorned with races decorations doesn't matter if it's wonderful it's twenty you know like then the people who share these ideals today you know the kind of feel like validated you know so I just want to inspire people but like my mom inspired me back and they should bring you to a Martin Luther king day marchers in my hometown of Duluth Minnesota so she plans he's activism and I've just been inspired by all the history the books I feel obligated to do any part I can we can all do a little part that's Mike Tucker he is a Minnesota Twins fan who's been pushing for the team to remove a statue of Calvin Griffith since two thousand fifteen Mike Carter thank you so much.
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"mike tucker" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Audio up here and I think that gets us all on guys me. Go ahead and a welcome you in right. So Greg who's got your vote. Who would your top three. Be Out of this list for how. Let's ease into this date. Let's not just jump right into bed. Daniel I mean holy crap. Wow we I mean I guess we know how you watch All right so closing out. The first hour I spoke with the host of the pitmasters podcast Anthony Luhan and Rusty Monson who both competed in an sea event in their home state of Utah. Just your summary Thoughts here. Are you guys surprise that there was a competition and are what are your thoughts on having that stuff start to potentially roll out across the country? Your thoughts on that. Wow What I want to sit at a judge's table not quite knowing how that food was treated before it arrived to me. I I don't know I mean I guess You know these days the the big argument here in Texas is Not THAT WE HAVE. A lot of our dining rooms opened up. Are you willing to go eat inside restaurant or you willing to go sit inside a dining room and get your food and a lot of people are a little wary about that for for health purposes but You know the other part of that is like if we're okay getting takeout That's still a lot of trust that putting in the kitchen. I guess that's the same level of trust you'd have to be putting into a Janney food that shows up at a judge's table Except the problem is if you're a restaurant you know who served to you if you're at the Judges Table Not so much ray. Your thoughts on competition starting to roll out in some form. The point where I mean. It's like everything else. I you know I had this conversation with my neighbor today. Everybody's gotTa do what they think is right right now. You Know I. I'm doing what I think is right and everybody else needs to do the same thing and God bless him. I hope we're all right. You know nobody's wrong on these decisions but I you know. I'M NOT GONNA Judge Anybody. Right now and I hope they don't judge me. Adrian your thoughts on competitions rolling out as long as they can do it safely. I'm open to the idea but like Ray. I'm I'm a little skeptical but if they can be safe do it. All Right. We are here talking with. And and by the way we do have Adrian back up and running here. So let's we have Adrienne Miller Daniel von Ray lampy joining me here on the show. We're here to talk about the nine semi finalists on the Twenty Twenty Barbecue Hall of fame ballot before we start to break down the names and their significance of the live fire industry. I don't want to just assume that everybody knows who you guys are as I gain new listeners. All the time and I just don't assume we all love to think everybody knows of course but can we take just a brief second. Get a little background on each of you guys. How long you've been on the Committee for the Barbecue Hall of fame and perhaps more importantly what you feel. You are bringing to that committee table. In regards to knowledge qualification. And all this stuff so Adrian. Let's start with right. I'm Adrienne Miller call myself. Soul food scholar. My tagline is dropping knowledge like hot biscuits so I was born and raised in Denver Colorado which loses me all street cred on the subject of Barbecue but Written a book on the history soul food black the White House and now I'm writing a book on the history of African American Barbecue. Should be out in a year from now and being barbecue joints all around the country. It's tradition I grew up in I've on the committee for this is about a year now. This is my second time going through the voting and one of the things that I'm really interested is just a a making sure that we have a diverse inclusive Barbecue all fame. That celebrates excellence as well. Daniel von your qualifications in quick background while it's a big on right there Well this is an industry that I've studied since long before I even became barbecue editor So as far as studying the names in the in the competition world Certainly more familiar with the restaurants for world as well as the historical figures So I feel like I'm Well rounded in. I guess knowledge of all those different industries You know and really when it comes down to it. We're all in a big committee here and I'm feel like I'm pretty good at arguing as well. And that's that's half the fun Ray lampy. Who are you just showed up here? I mean I'm pretty. Well known I think my my background in the barbecue competition world but you know along with that came a obsession with barbecue which covers so many things so I I accidentally became a pretty well. Schooled historian on my own Like I said people thinking me as the competition guy but I wrote a book Barbecue Road trip in two thousand four and you know so. I've been studying this thing from all sides for a long time. I'm the new guy on the committee in quite an honor to be included with these guys are like I said I myself was a cook but And I think these guys are the guys who are writing and doing all the research and stuff and it's kind of fun to be included with him. Do you think it is important for you know if it wasn't you if it was somebody of your ilk to be in this committee so it's not just a bunch of guys that are well versed on the history and the culture but somebody who has also been on the cooking not saying these guys don't Cook but you know I'm you know from a competition side who knew who are seeing it from a different perspective. Well I think the other guys comment on it but I think there were people on the list that I was more familiar with than the other. Panelists just because I've lived in that world. Maybe more of us you know Adrian said diversity. And I'm a huge proponent of that I I've been a little bit involved with the barbecue all fame since inception Mike Tucker and Ray. Basso good friends of mine when they started it and I've always felt diversity was the what was going to make it viable and I mean black people white people fat ones skinny ones Texans and Carolinians and men and women and you name it I mean every every single possible angle diversity needed to happen and liquid pretty good job so I hopefully. I bring a little bit of that to the table to Daniel. Be The the FAT White Guy so. I'm not perfect and may diverse classes but but I sure do like a lot of diverse folks. Dan Did you think it's good to have somebody of of Race standing on that committee to to bring his point of view. Well I mean absolutely I was GonNa stop you before and say It's sounds like saying raise not cultured which I'd have to argue with That was actually really refreshing to a raise input You know we had. We've got lots of folks here On the list who who are from the restaurant side which I am well versed in But a lot of folks from the competition side that maybe I wasn't as well versed in I mean I'll say right now that Bill Arnold wouldn't be on the list without Raise input really filling us in on his imports. Not Somebody who is incredibly well known from You know stacking all the wins and grand championships competitions. Like you know tuffy stone. Who's already in the hall of fame and Darren Worth us on the list here You know it was somebody who had a real contribution to competition barbecue that Maybe isn't as obvious as putting big trophies up there and and really I think without raising input I think we none of us would have been as well educated on On really what he brought to the game Adrian your thoughts on having a guy like ray on the panel this time. Yeah I'm just GonNa Echo Daniel Kazaa. I didn't know a lot. A lot about the competition. Finalists or the nomination. So Ray was very helpful in kind of sorting that out so Yeah I'm glad to have him in the mix so let's talk a little. Let me say I want to say Greg. I want to say something about that. I I am happy to carry the torch for the competition. Guys I asked the beginning of the meeting if that was my position there But I can tell you and I hope these guys will back me up. I I question the competition guys too. When we talk about diversity I also WanNa see a diverse career for these hall of fame guys and just wanted a bunch of trophies. Cut It for me. You know it. It's going to be an important part but you gotta do some other stuff all right So let's talk about the hall of fame here just for a second and its history for a bit and you might find it hard to believe guys but there are some folks out there who have no idea that there was a barbecue hall of fame that it even exists. Can't believe even if there's no physical place. They didn't even know that there was a barbecue hall of fame. So Ray you alluded to it a couple of minutes ago but and you probably know more about the history of the Barbecue Hall of fame prior to the American royal getting. Its hands on it. So the best bessie recollection. How was it born? And how and who were the folks that originally installed this? Yeah Well Ray. Basso who had the original? Bbq Forum starts in. I think ninety five and back in the day there was nowhere else to hang out. We didn't have facebook and all that and so a lot of barbecue. Guys were were made friends there and Mike. Tucker from hog is barbecue up in Right outside the MOINA. Anthony Iowa Mike was always a big proponent. Mike would always fund these these crazy projects so they bought Whatever that website that they use is and they started to barbecue hall of Fame Online and those are now known as the legacy candidates early legacy members when they sold it or was a transaction that they gave it to the the American royal and the intention was to take it to the next level I don't know why the American royal always considered those members different than everybody else but they do and that's what that's all about But it's it's been a good thing I you know it. We started way too late man. This thing needed to start fifty years ago and I think we're getting there but when you look at that list there's just so many people that do belong into Barbecue Hall of fame and it's GonNa take a while to get caught up. That's what I what I think. We just started way too late Adrian. We have been some of the. We've seen some of the biggest evolutions Of the hall sense. It has transitioned from the online entity. That ray was talking about to the American royal taking over. What do you think some of the biggest changes that you've seen over that timeframe are so just getting it started enrolling has been good I do quibble though about the diversity. I don't think we have enough especially African. Americans represented in our Barbecue Hall of fame. Which is one reason why I got involved but I think that it's starting to show a nice spread of diverse styles in different genres within barbecue..
"mike tucker" Discussed on KGO 810
"Get off the sofa so it's it's a it's a way to see her doing that all right so yet today's a weird day you know the stock market broke a record and then I can see where they they closed they were the closed below twenty nine twenty nine yeah they were over twenty nine and then they they were seated back everybody's like they celebrated twenty eight twenty eight twenty three okay right now they drop all the way to twenty eight twenty three a twenty three okay yeah so they yeah they drop what went on but I I think there's something about the are you know that they are on and the impeachment thing that has other countries slow above for next others are full out today from my Yahoo and the one part of I really got from it they they asked about who do you think we'll handle do you think that the Obama handled around better than than trump and it was like two one you know the day he did it is much more effective on Iran but there are other stuff to about like you know that that that Americans want their president to be strong you know I I I I one of my personal journey smart for so I you know the idea that trump has some sort of strength that's just the most ridiculous concept I can wrap my head around that what is his strength his strength is he's just so so stupid and so it unpredictable that other countries are a little frightened but they're mostly our allies that's a problem he's got everybody going what is he going to do and everybody who like you're talking about this a woman has written a book she has a podcast called trump ink I. N. C. I can't remember her name is Bernstein and I heard interviewed and she was talking about when he was the everybody Wall Street I mean should everybody in New York real estate I just said this guy's just he does weird things it and they you know they go that's not gonna work out any goes bankrupt then he gets out of any size at a bank or because they let him sign without putting if you know the me just explain to people that normally when you sign for something as a business you have to sign for personally let's say if I want to open up a new restaurants have two restaurants and I went over to third restaurant right I guess I think personally I get put everything I've done in that so that when the Senate to take the other two somehow truck manage to is separate is other holdings so when you went bankrupt he didn't lose other things I you know I mean the guy's life it is it was a failure on so many levels the Deutsche Bank thing was insane if you don't know that story Deutsche Bank let him tens of bike to hundreds of millions of dollars any defaulted and then a little more money that's with one of the reasons that Deutsche Bank once the show these records and the reason why he suing Deutsche Bank not with his records out is apparently when he applied for a loan he used a are a fake tax return and that's according to his account okay just has names on it because I did not sign that tax return as some might come out can you tell what's coming out of my mouth who's that guy I love that Mike Tucker Tucker yea I Chris Tucker so anyway so yeah so right now you know what do you more intrigued by Iran or impeachment it depends on if there's bombs dropping right I mean I mean I I I I I really don't think I mean yesterday we came into work and and Pat was saying her story was going to be another big attack I think Iran wants anything to do with us right now I don't why would they want to attack the United States they're trying to get there as together right I can't I just don't see that here but I had to go after this we'll hear from McConnell talking about witnesses for impeachment and and also that you know still at the whole thing with pelo she is she brilliant or is she just lucky the way this thing seems to be coming down right and it might be a little bit of us sometimes works like that we'll also talk about coming up in this hour the homeless issue can I have the tease for that the homeless issue will never be fixed have a nice weekend that's all coming up next okay you let's say you just bought a house bad.
"mike tucker" Discussed on Podcast 42
"Think the weeping angels are the best villains don't back after agree with that I absolutely love the weeping angels and I will not walk past any statue of a person anymore in my life the weeping angels seem really easy go around you know ghost for Mario well see if they surround you and they open their eyes then they they see each other than they can't move yeah so they can't even look at each other doctor doctors describes him as the loneliest creatures in the universe because they could never look at each other that's kind of sad yeah even lonelier than Paulie shore Paulie shore can have people look at him and he can look at people and people don't look at at Paulie Shirley in years people you and if you take your eyes off Paulie shore he will doc you and that's how Encino man maters was made one Saab Paulie shore and Vegas at like Caesar's palace my mother literally one and then he was just like Oh God and he left real fast because he was just visiting and so mom goes who I got so excited because I think he would get excited over celebrity like if they were in the same room I don't think you have to act really liked the celebrity to be super excited she was just more impressed with herself that she hoped and she was the only one only one were like that in Hollywood we went to a Rodeo drive and there was one of those tour buses going down and they all went crazy this guy standing outside the door of some up and he waves at them and we're like oh it's a star to star we don't we didn't know arise but it was still cool like hey there was started walking down the Deidra the guy who's running the creep cart and they're all like long because of the entire bus yeah recognize them on twitter the creedence guild said we love the timeless time Lord so many friendly arguments over favorite doctor companion Eddie Tartus screwdriver show runner Christmas episodes but they didn't give us any more over who won any of those arguments I guess we'll have to listen to their problem whatever whatever mints you have with Pop Culture podcast so they probably have a couple of doctor who shows and then fight director says Tom Baker of course it's gotta be Leila Leila's stitch the Roger Delgado master let me say wait a minute isn't Leila the person from Futurama yeah now but that was I think one of the Canyon you're not GonNa read my handwriting I compared with earlier companions and favourite show I'll settle for robots of death whose Leila one of the earlier companions trying to figure out what I wrote is fight directors tweet came in super late all right well that's your responses on sean media let's get to your phone calls surprisingly we got a lot of phone calls on doctor who lots of fans out there Dr who she was the companion of the fourth doctor what I said why didn't I guess name your defendant name her doctor she was but with Tom Baker I phone calls from Chris Green of gravity beard route it doctor Dr Gravity year sure the oh I got the phone calls and mixed up that wasn't Christopher w green from gravity beard that was bruder I don't think Bruder watches the show doctor who the Tartus I don't think he does I don't think rooted as anything but sit there to wait the caller phone to put us down I didn't really put us down that time surprisingly speaking of putting things down let's revisit this beer cooler that we picked up the the end of the world tavern Jay what is this again jail it is bell's two hearted Ale it's a nice hurricane Ip a I'm going to start since you ended your sentence with that it is not a nice American Ip a it is not good it tastes like it's been soaked in two different hearts in both those hearts were bad evil people it's the tasted grow me a little bit but it's still not something I'd ever pick up again I'm going to give this a one Sabrina it was I don't know if it was just because it exploded on us yeah it has a very harsh beginning it was the end of the beer before he began a Cyberman all shook him up you probably dead with the switch in that highlight Tom too yeah I didn't I didn't I mean I finished it but I think I only finished it because half of it was yeah was drinkable I did not I they might just I I grew towards the end I did get a little bit of the taste of the grapefruit I guess in there but it was not I would not to buy it personally never do usually Chris Ryan but you know that's only for special occasions Chris does it and that's usually my high lie who bought like two weeks ago me three weeks ago me now now that's why it's jails beer cooler either you're just suggest and you owe me money off I'll get you next week fell we all know how I feel about. 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Yeah how do you feel about the triploid I've never had to use them so I don't have an opinion is Ingley a maybe it's because I am evil heard it Chris but I didn't find this one to be as terrible of an ip or APA as some of the ones I've had any word I'm gonNA give it to are you just saying that because it's far remote Dr who episode and I'm happy maybe I don't know but I'm GonNa give it to it's still went and run out and drink it but if it was at a party I could see me drinking too I know I agreed with Laura and you gave it a two I'm surprised is it because it exploded all over you to actually had an impact on tastes overall like the fact that all exploded like all four cans exploded and they weren't handled they weren't mishandled anything like that yeah I think the Cyberman and just played a mean joke I think so the Cyberman are horrible I expect out of the Daleks young away ooh yeah aren't they human more human they're not humans per se anymore Hib I'm the weasel excuse me he also got the leaning Tower of Jesus that is and rob de Weber Wikipedia the BBC Dot Co dot UK website Dr Who and possible worlds by Stephen Nicholas and Mike Tucker behind the music featured art.
"mike tucker" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Thank you for that Diamond Bray. Have you just walking down the hall. Go into the studio from getting coffee this morning and this song just popped into my they had like diamond. I love that song. Would you play that song so I don't know what goes on in my brain. When that happens maybe Dr Forrest tally can can tell me or Beth reader Johnson. Welcome come back everyone. You're listening to one life radio and this is Bernadette as I said I've got Dr Forrest tally not in studio but he's on the line and he's he's incredible. He really is you're going to enjoy this. Dr Tally has been working as a clinical psychologist since nineteen eighty eight after completing a national institute of Mental Health Postdoctoral Fellowship. He started a private practice in Nashville Tennessee Dr Tally work the next twenty years at the University of California Davis Medical Center and the Department Department of Pediatrics at the Child Adolescent Abuse Resource and Evaluation Center where the focus was on helping children who had been abused or neglected in two thousand eight he took a year off to deploy to Iraq and worked as a clinical psychologist and in two thousand seventeen. He left the Medical Center in order to start a private practice. You can find him at his website website forest tally dot com. That's A. L. L. E. Y. Always an honor and a pleasure to have you on the air this. How are you doing today. Dr Tally on. I'm doing terrific. How are you. I'm good. I'm doing good. I always really truly genuinely love being on the air with you. You're just you're just a nice guy. You really are and you've done so much incredible work all over the world old and I want you to know that I personally appreciate it. Thank you that means a lot. You're welcome and today. We're talking about something. I know a a little bit about because my I have a teenager. That is fifteen. She just became a sophomore and so we're talking about teens entering high school five ways to help your child succeed so what are some of the challenges that both teens and parents face when they are entering into this new exciting chapter of Life High School. That's a great question. The main challenge that most teams face is dealing with just a profound sense of insecurity the the because they finally got into the final lab of required schooling and they've been looking at it since they were kindergarteners in some fashion and saying those are the big kids. That's you know that's really kind of the top of the of the heap and so they finally get there and as as freshman they typically feel extraordinarily insecure and many kids maintain that feeling throughout high school because they realize there's a lot of is expected of them. They're expected to begin to assume a lot more adult responsibilities and to behave like adults to act like adults. Holt to start to even get summer jobs things like that. Social comparison becomes a much bigger deal constantly comparing with today's social media. Yeah that's just like throwing gas on fire and it all leads to to for most kids real expensive insecurity so that's what they're dealing with and remember as a part what we want them to end up with when they're walking across the stage. Jason Senior is a sense of confidence of social skills that they can be good team player play. Nice with others. Take care themselves a sense of purpose and so there's a lot that goes on between the time I hit that campus the freshman and they're leaving senior senior. Well is a lot of things going through my head but I think one of the things that I that I wanted to ask you. How important is team? Sports is that really helped them with their insecurities charities and and their socialization in general yes it it obviously it depends upon the particular coach and the atmosphere that the coach inculcates but team sports or it can be any team event honestly. It's like I've seen kids kids who thrive they were not athletic that they went into the debate team or they went into band or orchestra went into theater but it's where you get together with other kids and you have a goal you have this purpose and all of you work hard you sacrifice you pulled together and and achieve something so so whether it's a sport or any of those other things that's really important because as you get to be an adult what do you do do just that well my oldest daughter she got into she was in band. She's a she's a saxophonist via violist violinist I mean she she can play just about any instrument and she absolutely loved that yeah. I started really young with her. I had her I had her doing. I'm trying to think honey do oh. I can't think of the beginning of violin which I can't believe I can't think of that. It's Mike Tucker Tucker. Stop or something like that. I don't remember but but Zucchini assist. This is Yuki method is is that right in my remembering it right Tuck Ataka stop. I haven't thought about that in years and then my other daughter's in theater because she wants to run things but you know I I do feel that it gives. It really gives them a lot. I know that my my oldest daughter really loved band absolutely loved it and and they were very close net and I think that's a big part of this what we're talking about about them finding where they fit right. That's it that is and you know that's. That's another thing it's such a great point. You just brought up. Is that when when kids belong to something like band like theater sports team can be there on the Yearbook Club whatever they they do start to feel as though they've found their place they fit in and because high school can be so brutal at times in ostracizing kids They need that that haven where they say no no. I there is a place. I don't want a kid going to school and looking around and thinking I know nobody who cares and there's no place I fit it. 'cause everybody really bad combination. Yeah kids today when social media such a problem and so do you think that there's been an increase in anxiety and mood disorders and adolescence and and and what's yeah and what why why why is there so much of an increase you know what nobody knows for sure but the at least one good guess has has to do with the fact that there's the social media makes comparisons so much more well. They're more frequent and in many ways that are more brutal because they at times can be anonymous or at least there's several steps removed from face to face encounter and when you get removed from the face to face encounter many people start to lower their inhibitions and say things that they wouldn't otherwise so. That's certainly the one thing that's going on. Well you know yeah I I'm thinking many many things here so. Do you want to say something about out this. Oh Hi it's I you know I think there are a lot of reasons. Why kids are more anxious? I think he's exactly right. I think social media has a part to play. I think that I read somewhere recently that parents want to protect their kids from everything yeah and so don't let them naturally fail when there's little things. Aso when there's big things and we can't protect them rather than guiding them and watching them and then helping them learn from those mistakes. I think that's been a real part of the people that are taking this parenting job really seriously and I think they're taking it in a direction. Maybe maybe it doesn't need to go over protection. I think sometimes yeah absolutely and what do you say. They think that's a great point yeah. We're we're in the world of everyone gets up participation trophy no matter how old you are and and that's not healthy as you always just talking about. It's it's great to have your kids fail Y- around this time when I'm saying this I can hear my children's. They really people pay you for this. Dad would say that too funny but yeah because we all feel we have to the trick is running to pick yourself up and as I when I consult with parents who do exactly what you're saying the overprotect say if you did that when your child is learning to walk they'd never learned and walk you were picked up and and not let them scrape their knees but it's because they got the scraped news that they learn how to walk because they learn how to be tough enough enough to pick themselves up. Will you know I'm thinking about something that I know a lot of people out. There are thinking about and that's teen suicide. That's definitely on the rise. There's been so so much of I personally know two families here in Dallas that have dealt with this in the past year both of them boys and it's devastating as everyone knows especially you dr tally and bath reader Johnson and so what do you say to appearance out there that are worried about their child. perhaps being a target on social media and being bullied and it resulting in suicide or attempted suicide. How can we prevent that as parents well. There's several ways parents really do need to step up and they need to be willing to not be liked by their child for a while when they're putting certain restrictions on their social media and things like that they need to get involved with the school or confront the other parents the children that are bullying. They need before the child ever hits highschool to just say listen. Let's talk about social media in which you're going to see there. You're GONNA see venture a curated pictures of best life ever you might also get some pushback about yourself is that is that really what you WanNa. Put Your Self self-esteem this and your values in and then you talk about. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA control your social media so I think it's really important I see sixth graders that have have full access to instagram interest facebook all kinds of social media accounts. That's horrible. I think we need we need to let kids know ahead ahead of time that you're going to go into a period of life where you feel really insecure and you're gonNA WANNA win other people's approval by giving into peer pressure pressure and we we don't prepare kids insecurity and peer pressure go hand in hand in the teen years especially but we don't often enough talk to our kids about this is what you're entering and you know for instance that you'd mentioned that. I went to Iraq two thousand eight and the connection I would makes there is nobody ever went on a mission without being told what they could expect That's just part of saying if we want you to be successful in this mission so here's which you can expect and now we need to prepare you for what you can expect. We need to do that for a Kiss Yeah I. I couldn't agree more and I think it's important you know I. I do my best us but I like. I said I have a fifteen year old daughter and it's very difficult sometimes and social media. They're so heavily influenced by social media. I mean we had television when we were kids. we didn't have the social media thing and even then you know you felt like. I don't know if it comes from home. If it comes from the peer pressure whatever but this need to compete. I see it more and more more and I do blame social media for it just even something as simple. I think with girls especially like the dress code and dressing and I think that they're growing up too soon that they wanNA. They WANNA be adults when they're when they're teenagers. We talked about it. The other day and I are countries going in the wrong direction especially like I said I've got two girls so I don't know you know the what boys experience firsthand but what do you think about the peer pressure and trying to grow up to quickly. Oh Yeah I believe that's a trend that's been going on for some time and the pressure has increased seems he's dramatically but the kids are you know it's not as though their capacity to grow up earlier has increased to deal with the sorts of pressures and so parents need to not only prepare them but also make sure that their children have some sort of a really close relationships with other peers who are are healthy. Sometimes all it takes is one other healthier but just where their child can and have that relationship where they know. I am accepted the the rest of the school may not like me but this one or two people who really know me. Accept me uh-huh because it's if you're if they don't have that it is chest incredibly painful for them. There's interesting research. We may have talked about this before but there's been studies where if you look at children in kindergarten you.
"mike tucker" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To line full Chris in Cleveland welcome to America first hi Dr Sebastian thank you for taking my call I just want to reiterate what the nine I'll. sustos thought again will are you are you are you mobile you moving no no I'm I'm at home and I'm not I'm in a house phone okay stop again. like I said I said I just want to regenerate with the with the nine eleven attacks my first cause and Donna Clark she was killed I can't remember which tower she was in but it was almost immediate because she was up near the the plane came right in that that I know of and it's just this heartening to you know when that happened it was just you have I mean when we were kids growing up she lived in but you know my uncle Tom and aunt Carol they lived in the Bronx in New York that's from my dad grew up but we we've been in Cleveland all my life other than the eight years near four thousand but anyway we go there every year as you know and we'd visit we'd have fun and play and all that and you know when she was older in life you know she come and visit last I think I saw her about a year before all this happened she we're we're over at my my other aunts house over and Broadview heights and watching the Indians game she wasn't in use from New York you know. but. but yeah it was it was said to you know it it's just you know we even had a moment of silence at work today I asked her body for moments so. Chris what what was cousin's name again. Donna Clark on the clock yeah you can yes I don't know how you can look that up but you know I'm sure there's there's ways to find out more information you know where she worked and all that and what actual building she was in my my my other cousin Charles Pellegrino he I mean he because we can all visit and we got you know special I guess you can get into the areas if he had someone that guide you know Nick did he he can tell us everything that happened you can show everything it's it's like I want to go visit that area because they said it's a really amazing what they did well thank you for calling don the clock will be in my prayers of my family prays to night as with your family thank you so much for sharing somebody else who has a story of September the eleventh is Steven Wallace and his line to Steve welcome to America first. yeah well by Mike Tucker was supposed to be it's like ninety three and she left her purse at the hotels and because she left a person at the hotel she missed the flight how ever. one of the engineers that was coming into the ship that I was coming into port. apple it was on one of those flights and he was killed so one quick point I mean how how does that. how did you old tool to. functionally absolves that that she missed flight ninety three how did she internalize that fateful decision all that accident. well initially she called me on my cell phone and asked if I saw it on television obviously I didn't have the television on yet because we worked in part then she called by whites but asked if she thought she was what. we are all in shock and then what we found out the engineer didn't make it to the ship. we were doubly and shock. thankful that my daughter had to go back for awhile and what what was the engine is name was in the news there Steve. my daughters know the engineer. so what was the last thing Mike cannot remember this. the first engineer so first the engine is silver. god bless his soul and the soul of a friend Chris his his who his cousin I forgot to thank Chris for his service he said eight years in the navy thank you my friend we are taking your calls on this the eighteenth anniversary of September the eleventh a number here in America first is eight three three three three goal because that is eight three three three three four six seven five two on this day as on every day it is important to look off to yourself to be as healthy as you can be one of the key things to that is getting sleep but also eating right I have made a choice I have followed the example of my colleagues Joe Piscopo and others I take balance of nature every day it's natural it's vegetarian it's one hundred percent whole food clouds fruits and vegetables one daily serving has thirty one different fruits and vegetables it's like health in a little capsule it is so easy those who take balance of nature report they look better they.
"mike tucker" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Doesn't see an end to the shutdown shutdown minute third. Wait now, we know that go a long time because Nancy Pelosi Chuck Schumer will not compromise. And I would like your opinions are who's to blame for this. I think it is squarely Schumer Pelosi shutdown. They will not build any border barriers. It is all on the democrat the Hugh Hewitt Show. Weekday mornings at three right before Mike Gallagher at six hundred eight sixty the answer. Get ready for Gallagher's army the Mike Gallagher show, an eight sixty AM the answer. Long. Aw. Mike Gallagher twenty two past the hour. Mark teason writes that President Trump did something. Last night that he's rarely done since taking office use the presidential bully pulpit to reach beyond his hardcore base of supporters to make his case to the American people speaking from the Oval Office for the first time during his presidency, the president braced our country's tradition as a nation of immigrants. He pointed out the human cost of our broken system to illegal migrants themselves expressing compassion for the children who are used as human pawns by vicious coyotes and ruthless gangs and women who are sexually assaulted on the dangerous trek up through Mexico. He shared heartbreaking stories of Americans killed by criminal aliens. Had new right? No right to be here, including a police officer in California who was murdered a sixteen year old who was brutally stabbed in Maryland in an air force vet who was raped and beaten to death. As he laid out his solution. Which he explained was developed by law enforcement professionals in border agents includes funds for cutting edge technology, more border agents, more immigration, judges more space, medical support and five point seven billion for the physical barrier that he called just common sense. He was in short presidential. He was very much presidential last night. And the Democrats insisted on equal time, and they rolled out Chuck and Nancy. This is a good day to be on the video stream because our team has put together thanks to that. And we've also, of course, gotten some stuff from Breitbart and others who have put together hysterical memes of that bizarre. Awkward standing shoulder to shoulder, Chuck and Nancy rebuttal that was all about just hating on Trump and preventing him from getting as they put it his wall. It's not his wall. It's our wall. Our wall. It's America's wall. And is the president put it you don't build a wall or have a gate or lock your door. Because you hate the people on the outside schedule. Love the people on the inside. Chris you're on the Mike Gallagher show at eight hundred six five five Mike Tucker Carlson in just a few moments from few minutes from now from Fox News. Hey, Chris, how are you? Mark I'm doing well. Good. Love your show. Thank you, sir. Would ask him the last segment you'd wondered who was gonna blink first showdown between the president and congress from the looks of the amount of both talks that Nancy Pelosi. I think she could I'm telling you what that picture somebody sent me last night that just a straight on shot of the two of them standing there looking like the angry, parents that are catching you when you come to try to sneak back into the house late at night. They're standing at the front door waiting for you. I mean, Chris you've been there done that me too. And it was the weirdest. But it was the weirdest scenario. I mean. My buddy. Mark davis. Had a great suggestion this week, if the Democrats had been smart, they have put up little Eos, Alexandria, Keizo Cortez and Beto they'd put them up to do the rebuttal. But Chuck and Nancy. That's the democrat leadership today. Chris the it makes it so easy for the American people to choose a side. They they need a little I blood. But unfortunately, they're young blood is kind of out in left field. That's just it. I mean there I mean in Alexandria, Cossio Cortez's Casey's our socialist the other day Kamala Harris was on some TV show. I think it was the view. She thought it was wonderful to tax people at seventy plus percent seventy percent taxes for people who are financially successful. And of course, don't believe any of the lies from the left when they suggest well, that's just for ten million or more. Now, it's not that's a little bit like de Blasio suggesting that one hundred million dollars of taxpayer money will provide comprehensive health care to six hundred thousand people many of them illegals. I mean, these Democrats are frightened. They're literally bragging about Sistine illegals with comprehensive healthcare. Driver's licenses ID's voter rights. Sanctuary status. Can't be turned over to ice. Can't be turned over. It's unreal. Nobody breaks this down in my view or few break this down. I should say a lot of friends over at Fox News as well as Tucker Carlson, and I, you know, there was a whole lot of drama behind Tucker coming on the show because we're having a hard time booking him, and I became convinced because I'm a thin skinned many. I thought it's because he hated me. So now he's not on yet. But he is scheduled to be about four minutes away. So we'll see if we get the one and only Tucker Carlson on the Mike Gallagher show next..