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"mr henry" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

14:34 min | 1 year ago

"mr henry" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Because you're probably even less likely to get exposed but you know it's not as fun to Brag about whereas Bill Henry the Real Bill Henry. You go to baseball reference page. You're impressed. I was not really being aware of him and suddenly sing aloud. Sixteen year career well. Above average pitcher was an all-star pitching the world series etc. You know you could tell stories of all the great players you pitched against or played with over this career so really it's perfect. I think Bill Henry. It's just the perfect cover story. So I don't know I I'd have to think about what big Lakers identity. I would want to assume because there have to be something special about the career but not to special or just wouldn't work. Yeah Yeah you're right this bill because not only is bill henry like perfectly in that light long career but not not such a great career that he's GonNa be you know expect that he's right like you're not like you don't Carlton Fisk but but also real high high points you know had that Great Yara had. The area was an all star. Had Sixteen seasons like you they. It's it's so rich for drawing things out of like you're not just even a plane compiler you have you have highlights led the league. You Got Bold Inc. Yeah I like to imagine that Bill Henry. The fake the fake bill. Henry was not actually left handed but had to be having to do everything left handed to keep this going. And so for the last twenty years of his life he was just like constantly like clumsily screwing everything up like the whole towns like the bills got coffee on his shirt again and he can't why can't he drink from a cup. What is wrong with him? He drives like an idiot. Like everything everything you do is like thirty percent worse and the whole town knows you as just this walking failure. Because you're trying to be bill. Henry Yeah he really had to commit to the pit so not to end this on a down note but I did just look at his saber bio and there's a quote in here from his widow. That's not in the AP story and it was in the local paper after the story came out when the hoax was revealed Elizabeth Henry widow of the deceased for Indian was besieged with phone calls from reporters so a she was hounded for a while which is unfortunate. She's in morning and meanwhile she has done field this call about her husband's hoax and then there's a quote. I just took his word that's who he was. She said it's an awful shock. It's hard and also I was married to somebody that maybe I didn't know so that kind of moves me more from the harmless prank to this was not a nice thing to do. So yeah maybe I don't know if this should have been a deathbed confession. I guess he had heart attacks so he didn't have an opportunity to make a deathbed confession. Maybe but actually. It looks like he had Alzheimer's for a few years before the heart attack. So by the time he went. He may actually not have known which Bill Henry Kaiser he may not have remembered being either Bill Henry which almost makes it sadder maybe it would have been easier on his family if he had a chance to save the bill. Henry thing that that was fake but I love you. I really do all those things I said to you. So Y- yeah it really. It's tough because you think about like you. Think about old men and they tend to either be really nice or like get really mean and life. That's oversimplifying things. But as we talk about in my family a lot the sort of inner core of you comes out as you reach a certain age and you become a more extreme version of that that thing in your core and if that thing that you're cores spiteful and in insecure than you often become a very spiteful and insecure person or the other way you become quite wise in calm at peace in so if he was a jovial old man who was kind wonderful and just found joy in everything was the loving grandfather bold quarters out of his grandchildren's ears than you could see this being a fun little thing and if he were you know mean and grumpy all the time then you could see it being really nasty and yeah that quote. We don't know but that quote from his widow points in a certain direction. Yes it does all right so the bill Henry Story. How would you feel? I'm trying to remember now. This was a different thing. How would you feel if you found out that somebody was pretending to be you and they were getting nothing out of it except for twelve minutes of conversation when they would introduce themselves cocktail on your podcast raising? Like what's that like like? How do you choose the music like that's it? That's all they get but they are living as you for twelve minutes a day every couple of weeks. Well if they were five had feel a little disturbed query whether they would want to eventually off me and assume the Ben Lindbergh life for real if they were gone and I found out about it after the fact I I guess I would be semi disturbed. Maybe at least partly flattered that someone thought might life was interesting enough to want to assume my identity so as long as it didn't go any further than cocktail parties. I guess they're part of me. That would be Kinda gratified that I had done. Something Worthy of imitation. It's tough because you can't tell your wife you can't tell your wife and have your white be complicit in this hoax do have to your gonNa keep it going. You have to lie to the wife. And that's probably something that could be pulled off by the right person in the right relationship and have it be done in a good natured spirit but very tricky and could not be done in my relationship and so I am now saying it is unlikely this could be done. Yeah in in a generous spirit but could be like a A. Jimmy McGill. Kim Wexler kind of shared secret. Where you're defrauding others as a couple and you're getting something out of pretending to be someone you're not so if they were both in on it and they were both getting a rise out of telling the story than I guess that could be Kinda Nice as a couples activity. Let's pretend that you were pitcher but that yeah right and I guess if you had come clean late in life. I wonder at that point. Maybe it's just so socially embarrassing. Maybe the family just props up. The lie goes along with it just figures. This would be an awkward conversation to have with everyone to come clean about this. So let's just continued to pretend that you're bill Henry and we'll back up your story. I think about it. I think that the survivors of the kooning couple did accept that the dad that the husband took it but didn't believe that the wife was in on a hidden it gets really weird because a man and a woman are on. The you know the security camera they go out there and I think one of them kind of distracts the lone guard while the other takes it away and there is a theory that the man and the woman are not the husband and wife but actually husband and the son in in address his son in trusts. Or something I don't know I don't remember. Take everything I have with the extreme caution of me not quite remembering this story and trying to convey how little I want to incriminate anybody by accident. Okay I learned to the real story. Michaud pitch at okay. Thanks then we'll do the real story on the show page. Okay all right. There's a third bill Henry by the way who still with us. He pitched two games in three innings for the Yankees in nineteen sixty six. While the other Bill Henry was still in the league. Never allowed a run but that was it so the Bill Henry. Imposter had multiple bill. Henry is to choose from. I guess he chose the one with the better stories. Plus the other bill. Henry was a six three lefty so he never could have gotten away with it all right. Let's take question that is not about bill. Henry this is from another pit transporter Jesse. Who says if you could go back in time to be a local beat writer for any team in MLB history? Or I guess to pretend your a beat writer for any team in history just like Bill Landry. Which team would you pick? You would get to follow the team from the end of the previous season through the end of the following calendar year. It won't take any time off your life as you'd be transported back to day you left on this trip you would still know who you are while back in time and that. This was a two way journey. But you can't influence the future in any way and your knowledge of what occurs in baseball during that particular season and beyond is eliminated from your memory so what. Mlb team from the past. Would you most like to experience a new either again or from before you were born so like if if I was just really I wanted to see what the world was like in nineteen thirty five and like what. The food was like in what tomatoes were like. Then I would enjoy that experience. I wouldn't have my memory wiped or would I have my wellness anyway. It sounds like after the fact Jesse scenario you would so it says that any knowledge of what occurs in baseball in that particular season and beyond is eliminated from your memory. Which makes it less appealing to me. It'd be nice if I could remember it but it would still be fun to experience in the moment. I guess just once you flash back to the future you would not even know that you've been gone and I guess your your work would be gone to so if you were a beat writer for that team then Jesse saying that. You can't influence the future. So I guess it would be as if you had never existed Do you have an answer? Well it's a lot less appealing to me if I don't get to remember it and if my work is not preserved because then it wouldn't burnish my reputation like if you went back in time to cover a really excellent season and you've got to write about it that might make you a legendary beat writer or something so you don't get to be that and you don't even get to save her the memories when you come forward again so that sense. I don't know that I would even care to do this. But I was going to say since we are in the waning hours of Jackie Robinson. Day As we record this that would be. I think the obvious choice for me. At least that you go back in your beat writer for the nineteen forty seven dodgers and you get to see Jackie Robinson. Break the color line up. Close now part of this. I think the appeal would be that you could cover it in that moment. With your sense of what the sweep of history would be like and what this story would mean to future generations and you could documented and cover it in a way that maybe it wasn't covered at the time. Obviously it was very well covered and everyone knew it was an extraordinarily significant event knowing how it turned out and how that continues to resonate to be able to go back and maybe get some stories that aren't preserved in some scenes and talk to some people that aren't on the record that would be really interesting and of historical significance and you could just really kind of flesh out with an eye towards how it would be perceived by later generations. So you'd be doing some work for the future that would be a value and I mean if you were interested in just being a legendary baseball writer you could go back in time and sort of be on the right side of history rate and cover it as a person from twenty twenty covering this event knowing what it meant and having no reservations about what was happening at all and you know very stridently denouncing everyone who was against this and sort of being a crusader so that you could pay it yourself as a very sympathetic figure and future generations would say oh boy he he really was Liberal thinker he really saw that There were injustices and that this was the right thing and all of that. So if that's not on the table I still think it's the the right choice. Just because what other season could really give you that sort of human drama and emotion because if you went back in time just to cover an interesting team you'd know how the season ended. It wouldn't really be a big surprise to you so well okay. So I've read his question again and I think that all the thing all the restrictions that you put on it are actually not in his email the only restriction is that once you get there you will forget what happened after you're there so anything that happens will be fresh to you. He is wiping your twenty twenty memory about baseball once you arrived but everything else is fine so you do get to bring the information back home with you and you do have like General Twenty twenty knowledge about everything so you you would have had to pose as an impostor you you would have had to do a Bill Henry thing you can pretend to be yourself because when you came back to the future it would be awfully strange that you were the same age that you had been in nineteen forty seven as a beat writer so you'd have to have pretended to be someone else. Somehow you're in this job or you're just are you occupying the body of the actual beef writer. I don't know but you have to be a separate person. Yes so it's not like you are getting some reputational boost here. No you're not getting a boost for your beat. You could bring back your notes okay. I found this in the attic. Or something you could put it out there. You can describe in incredible detail. What the room smelled. Like right or the reports would be their rate the newspaper archives you would actually have published these stories and stroke button although everybody will have access but that's lights it's not primarily about your own reputation returned to just clarifying though. You would have suspense like any other season or that season. You wouldn't know what was going to happen as it was happening. Oh okay right. That is what gets white. That's why does your memory of what's about to happen okay. And so you would be..

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"mr henry" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

12:56 min | 1 year ago

"mr henry" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"The men had Mahoney's the size of Pumpkins when the Detroit Tigers were in Lakeland for spring training he'd go to games and mingle with the old-timers even get the big backslap from former tigers manager sparky Anderson. Routh Hawk tells you how dumb baseball people are says enersen. Riley talked to the still living real bill. Henry who said it's amazing guy could pull a hoax for that long isn't it? I'd congratulate him if that's what the guy needed to do to help his career. It don't bother me. I just hope they don't stop by social security and Riley writes the real puzzle. Is Why why would a handsome man with a lot of friends? A great wife and a six handicap creates such an elaborate and exhausting lie not for Love Gene. Didn't know a bunch from a banana. Did he say at once as a Larkin then get caught in it did he yearn for a ballplayers life instead of a salesman? Did he thrill to the con- what does it. Matter asks? One of his best friends by mckenry bill was a good man. He hurt nobody. He never tried to make money off it. Look we live in God's waiting room here. Bill probably made a lot of old guys. Happy all of a sudden they knew a major leaguer. Then it goes on to say that when gene went to the funeral parlor people. There couldn't find his ashes his remains had mysteriously disappeared. I just have to wonder like at what point in life. Did he consider starting to do this? Because it's not a contemporary player. This is a player who had been retired for years seemingly by the time the fake Bill Henry or I guess he's a real bill Henry. Just not this bill. Henry decided that he was going to appropriate this identity. So had he been considering it for years was he a Bill Henry Fan his whole life and he was just waiting until he could get away with it and I guess once he was sort of alone and he had remarried and his kids were no longer alive. There was no one who could actually explosive as a fraud so he thought well it's finally time going to deploy Bill Henry Story or did just occur to is like a sad sort of secret. Life of Walter Mitty type tail where in retirement or in his somewhat advanced age. He thought you know. I just didn't have the life that I had envisioned for myself and it'd be much more fun to pretend that. I was the Pitcher Bill Henry instead of the Bill Henry that I am so it's funny and sort of sad and I guess I'm glad for the guy that this didn't come out while he was alive because again. It's kind of a victimless crime. And at least he was spared the embarrassment of having this story exposed while he was alive but I also really like to know and was he a baseball fan. I guess he was. According to the wife story about his pitching with his father in the stands. So I guess it's the sort of thing that if you have the same name as a big leaguer and you're a baseball fan. You're hyper aware of that player. And so at some point he just figured I'd like to tell the stories that I don't actually have boy. Oh boy I I I. I would just say the fact that he was the same height pitching Bill Henry. Well that should have been a real red flag. Because I'm you know in your eighty s. You're not you're playing height. Yeah Okay but I. I'm not mad at at Bill. This is definitely not something I would do. I want to be clear that I wouldn't be able to pull this off you and so I can just say flat out like the thought of it in. My palms are sweaty. I don't like I could not pull it off in therefore I don't really even have to engage with the moral question of whether I would try if I had that superpower. Yeah fortunately for you. There's there's no temptation because there's no Saint Miller who is the rate age for you to pull it off their subside Miller's but they're all much too old for you to get away with it but I do. I don't think I would do it and I don't think I would do it because you know I would feel bad lying to the people around me and so I guess in the way that I would feel bad doing it. I suppose I should think other people should feel bad doing it. But if he didn't feel bad doing it I am fine with him doing it. It's weird because you know he can either feel guilt for doing this in which case. I don't think he should do it. I think if you feel bad doing it and you do it anyway. Your you know you're violating your own sense of integrity native. You don't feel guilt because you recognize the harmlessness of it and it's a funny prank. The it you see it in the spirit of what it is. Which is you're not really stealing anything of value from anybody and it is a certain sort of takes a bit of acrobatics. You're challenging yourself all the time to keep this thing going today. I wrote a long article about a hoax in baseball. And that'll run early next week. I believe and I don't feel mad at the person who pulled it off. I don't think that it was it was done from a spirit of. I know what the stories of greed or anything like that. I think it was. You know. Sometimes you just throw a thing out there and then ucf you can keep the ball in the air. And I think that's probably what Bill Henry Fake Fake Bill Henry was doing and and so I support that. Now there's a third possibility. So there's the guilt and he did it anyway. I don't approve. There's no guilt and he did it. I've there's also the no guilt because he is incapable of feeling guilt for anything. And that you know I don't I would not like that. I don't think that rain. That talented Mister Ripley talented. Exactly exactly so ultimately having never met the deceased. I can't speak to this but I'm kind of glad that this I'm very glad it came out when he was already passed away. And I'm pretty glad that everybody's reaction to it yeah. I'm glad this is part of baseball. History Bill Henry. The second wrote himself into baseball history in a very creative way and So I'm not fired up I like. I'm I'm amused by I. Guess the only thing that makes me wonder whether this is actually a bad thing is I? Don't know how his family really felt. There are a couple of quotes from them. Here in the story about this revelation. But you have to put yourself in the place of that family right of his step children his wife and if you find out that your husband or stepfather was lying about his whole life basically then you have to question will was serious about other things. Did he mean anything else? He said to us that he was did. He really liked was Santa Claus really real yet. The tooth fairy really break in our house. I mean what do you do when you realize that your dad lie to you about something? Most of US realized that it happens for various reasons and we get over it and so again. I've never met Bill Henry. I've also never met Dole Henry survivors and so I don't know what spirit they would have taken this in. I don't know bill. Henry left a little note somewhere. Gotcha like the open. The whale and he revealed it. I mean there's lots of there's a lot of I think fun ways. This story could be resolved in the family in. There's also like right dark and unpleasant ways yet. And it's very hard to know what he left his his survivors. There was a story you about a year ago. That was going around that the New York Times wrote about and others wrote about Washington Post War wrote about it about couple a very normal suburban couple that had walked into an art museum in nineteen eighty five and stolen a hundred and sixty five million dollars to kooning and then hung it on the back of their bedroom door and no one knew it was there because anytime you open the door it would go against the wall so for twenty five years. They lived twenty five years thirty five years. Almost they lived with this Like they would close their door night and they would see this classic now if there is a victim there. It's the kooning that they slashed when they tore it out of its frame and an insult glue own standards including in the blue and get to see it and there's all sorts of but this is a different Any so then you know they die in so they're survivors their children. My recollection is that some of their survivors are like yea boy that does not look good and then others were like no. They just picked it up at a garage sale. I'm sure of it. They would never do that. And One of the justifications for that position was if they had known that I mean if they had stolen it if they would've gotten rid of the evidence before they died like they wouldn't WanNa get found out. After they died they were like like humongous thieves right And I just don't know if I believe that is how they would act or how anybody would act in so I guess the question is if you had one hundred and sixty million dollars to kooning that you had successfully foisted for thirty five years. Would you get rid of it before you died? And if you were pretending to be Bill Henry for all your life. Do you think you would just hope that you would get away with it after your death and you wouldn't really care anyway because your dad or do you think that you would really feel like it was important to have a contingency in the event of your debt that you you you sort of you get one last chance to spin this in your favor to frame it in a nice way. Yeah that's tough. The kooning story reminds me of Goldfinch where characters steals a valuable painting and keeps it is wracked with guilt over having it but also really likes having it because it has a special significance to him and I think that's ultimately the big reason why I wouldn't do this as that. I would be constantly afraid of being found out and of people knowing I was a fraud and I can't imagine that whatever pleasure I would get out of pretending that I was a former Major League. Pitcher would actually make up for that constant dread of being exposed because I mean I don't know that I personally could actually take much pleasure out of people being impressed by my Bill Henry Stories knowing that. I've not actually that Bill Henry and that makes me wonder did. He eventually convince himself that he actually was that Bill Henry. You know. By the time he died he'd been living as this other Bill Henry for twenty years or so. It sounds like a quarter of his life. Did he come to think of himself as Bill Henry? The way that you tell a lie a number of times or someone tells you about a false memory that You supposedly did something when you were a kid and suddenly you remember doing that thing. Even if it didn't actually happen or you remember it differently from the way it happened so probably not probably not I guess. Not but the other thing is that the real bill. Henry is like the perfect player to do this with. I like the circumstances really have to lineup. I don't know maybe you're going to. Maybe maybe you can keep talking but I do WanNa but in and say I was going to ask you. If you could make your. I don't know why but if you could make yourself look like an have the same name as any baseball player and then live as them in your golden years his career. Would you want to steal knowing that it would be hard to for instance say I'm Carlton Fisk? Like probably would get caught. But you also don't want to say I'm Jamie Brewington. You probably would anybody who cares. And so is Ed Henry Ed Henry Bill. Still Available Bill. Henry Right is bill. I think that the problem with Bill Henry One wrong with bill. Henry's career if you could pick a pick. Somebody else is that he never someone's going say bill. Do you ever pitch in the world series. And then you'd say of course I did and then they'd say how'd you do and you'd say I gave up five runs in two innings nineteen point nine career postseason era. That's unfortunate but yeah. I do think that this was perfect. In a Lotta ways perfect obviously in that they had the same name where roughly equal contemporaries and were both listed as six two left handers so the story was there for the taking but also bill. Henry is in that sweet spot I think where if he were a bigger star if he were a household name or a more uncommon name if it were just not that incredible a career but a distinctive name. You probably couldn't get away with this and if it were a legendary player you couldn't really get away with this story would come out and yet you can't be a bad player really because then why bother pretending to be that player. I guess you know any kind of big leaguer. That's story for you to tell at the golf course. Hey I made the big leagues. I was there for two seasons. I sucked but I was a big leaguer. In a sense it would be lower stakes..

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"mr henry" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"mr henry" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"By our own supporters of the rigor. And I'm joined by say a Miller of ESPN pillow. Sam Fellow to have a little bit of entered. You had no okay well. Mine is inspired by a listener. Email actually doing listener emails on today's show and I was just looking through to see what we were going to answer today and there was one that I didn't necessarily think was worthy of answering but I answered it just to indulge a patriot and supporter and that led me to an interesting story that I don't think we've discussed before and I don't think I was aware of before although I had one of those weird moments where I reacted to it as if it was something I had never heard before and then fifteen minutes later I started thinking. Wait have I had that exact reaction to that same story? Before is the second time I discovered this so someone may write in and say you guys talked about this episode one hundred fifty or something but nothing on the Wiki so this is a question from Adam who says on a recent episode. Sam mentioned the season when Pete Rose had an opiate plus of just a little over sixty eight. This made me wonder. What would it look like for someone to have an opium of four twenty or an Er a plus of four twenty even possible Howard? This person changed the game in the ways that Ruth and bonds both players with obscene pluses. Before changed it and obviously Adam is asking. If it's possible to do this over a full season it's conceivable but it would be the best season ever by far. I mean Bonzes Best Oh. Ps PLUSES ARE. What in the low to. Mid Two hundred. So that's about as good as it's ever gotten an you'd have to be about twice as good as that so almost inconceivable but just for fun. I look to see if anyone had done this in extremely small samples seasons and both have been done three times if we take away all plate appearance in innings minimums so three hitters in Baseball. History have had a four twenty. Opiates plus all in seasons of one plate appearance the most recent being RJ Alanis in two thousand nineteen. He is a pitcher of course but he had one paid appearance that he went one for one. And that was a four twenty opium pulse for one for one with the signal with a single. Is this something that I suppose. Could change in the future because park factors change. In retrospect and so maybe in the future he will not have had four twenty plus but he has for now on the pitching side. I was expecting to see. Maybe a bunch of guys who had in one game or something and they're actually a few slightly larger simple seasons. So the threes kimberly guts like three hundreds on his right in a real season. So yeah so like I would imagine a Zach Brittany. Ra might be better than four hundred. Four twenty yeah when he had the point five ish. Yeah so there have been three seasons again so it was two thousand seven Joey. Devine head a four twenty Oh. Ps plus in eight and a third innings. Two thousand thirteen. Sean Burnett head one in nine and two thirds innings and then the one. That was Kinda eye-popping was Bill Henry in Nineteen Sixty. Four with the reds. He had a four twenty plus in fifty two innings and that was a thirty seven game season for him and they point eight seven yard with a two point eight nine V. Very good season for Bill Henry so then I started looking bill. Henry's career because I wasn't that familiar with it and he had a very nice career. He pitched for the Red Sox. He pitched for the cubs the reds the giants the pirates and the Ashbury late in his career so he had a sixteen year big league career and he retired or finished with a one twenty year a so he was just a good pitcher but he was a reliever for much of his career and so he wasn't spectacular but he was sort of a trailblazing. Believer was a lefty. He was an all star once he pitched for World Series Team Nice career but not really that notable or memorable. Because I don't know. His name is Bill Henry and he just sort of blends in and other than the one all star season isn't really have black ink or anything. He wants led his league in deems pitched at a time when there weren't really that many relievers sixty five games was a league-leading total so nice pitcher but nothing really that spectacular until I looked up his bio and bill. Henry passed away in two thousand fourteen in his eighties. But in two thousand seven Bill Henry died and it turned out that the bill Henry who died in two thousand seven in a different part of the country had stolen the pitcher bill. Henry's identity and was living as if he was the pitcher bill. Henry Different Bill Henry who just pretended to be Bill Henry for a large portion of his life and this came out when his local paper. The non-real Bill Henry. Bill Henry ran an obituary of him and included the details details that he was a major league pitcher. Bill Henry is life also mentions that he was a world war. Two army veteran that part at least appears to have been true? And this obituary circulated and someone at sabre notice that some of the details looked a little off and checked with the real bill. Henry who was still very much alive and surprised to find out that there was another man in a different part of the country who had been posing as him for years and was picked up by the Associated Press again. This is fairly recent two thousand seven so I'm not sure why wasn't aware of this? Or maybe I forgot about it but just GonNa read from this. Api report that appeared in the New York Times. September fifth two thousand seven. Everyone here new bill Henry as an old major league pitcher at Church around the golf course and certainly at home. The eighty three year old Henry did not like to boast but he had the stories. Both of those things are actually exactly the opposite lived and he did not have stories the boys at the nineteenth hole lounge at the golf course where the six foot to left handed. Henry retired so he was six foot two and left handed just like Thrill Bill Henry had to Pry for nostalgia but Henry knew his stuff. His appearance in the nineteen sixty one world series with the Cincinnati reds the nineteen sixty all star game selection the sixteen seasons in the majors but it turned out that the Lakeland Florida man was not the Bill Henry Plate Major League ball and the Tales. He spun were unraveling a week after his death following heart. Attack the former reliever by the same name is alive and well in Texas stunned. Someone had claimed his accomplishments for decades. The seventy nine year old Henry learned of the Pasta after the Associated Press distributed short obituary Cetera et Cetera. I really can't understand why a man would do something like that. Said the real pitcher to impress his family or his neighbors. The LAKELAND men's family was not sure when the deception began his widow. Elizabeth Jean Henri said. The couple met more than two decades ago in Michigan. His third wife. She said she never met her husband's two children. Who are both dead? She said he did not mentioned right away that he was a former major league pitcher but she had no reason to doubt him. When it came up. Elizabeth Henry said she did not have any memorabilia aside from a few baseball cards no rings no trophies photos but she said she and his stepchildren still believe he played at least some level of minor league ball. He told me once he could hear his father when he was pitching in a game. Elizabeth Henry said he didn't tell me what game but he said he could hear his father in the stands calling his name. I don't think he lied about all that. Although you have to admit his credibility is sort of shot. After the rest of this it continues. The couple moved here. Nineteen years ago after he retired as a salesman and he was a staple at the Sandpiper Golf and Country Club. He met one of his closest friends. Their former semi pro pitcher named Bob mckenry who also never doubted him. Mchenry said he'd played for a team fielded by RCA several decades ago. The to even gave a biannual lecture called. Baseball Humor and society at Florida. Southern College to me. There were two relievers at that time. Joe Page for the Yankees and Bill Henry for the Cincinnati reds mckenry said it was about the early fifty S. That relieving became a big thing in the majors and I could accept bill as that person he knew the names mckenry said he and I had a lot of opportunities to talk about. People in the forties fifties sixties. He knew his stuff and the real bill Henry featured on the baseball cards. Look just like the one in Lakewood. It's creepy striking the knows the face. The squinty Eyes said Jitney Eden Hill Cole. The wife of Henry Stepson. David Cole. I mean I'm still here looking at the picture. We put in for his obituary. And you'd swear was the same men however it goes on to say that they had different middle names. That kind of gave it away. They had different dates in cities of birth which seems like something people. Yes that is the live longer differences fatal flood. His story was that he was not until Henry. The lakewood man had explained to family and friends that the different birthdates were a deliberate deception when he was a prospect to make scouts think he was younger plausible. So that's a pretty good cover story. I guess you would have been four years younger. I think which that seems. Sort of extreme. But it's happened. It could be true. Skip Peres the Ledgers executive editor. That's the local paper. Said the newspaper said it should have done a better job confirming whether the local stories were true there had been some discussion over the years about doing a story on him. One of our staff writers I think was a member of the same church in a way I wish we had done the darn story ten years ago or whatever because hopefully we would have checked or made a call or something although of maybe. It's better that this was not exposed while the live because that would have been very embarrassing. Anyway the Real Bill Henry who was alive at the time said it doesn't bother me at all. He is quoted as saying in the story and he seems if anything somewhat amused by it and I guess kind of touchingly the real bill. Henry actually called the fake Bill Henry or the impostor bill. Henry's widow to wish her condolences. Which was nice of him so I have so many questions I take. Don't know what to make of the story was. Can we just though real could we? I just WanNa make clear because I I was listening and also browsing for bill. Henry Stop. He never legally stole his identity. He did not take. He did not open credit cards in the man's name no he wasn't even living under an assumed name. This was his name was his name yes he borrowed the told stories in pretended not to boast. Yes okay yes all right to the extent that his whole family is thought that he was the Pitcher Bill Henry so sort of harmless in the sense that it's not like identity theft in that the real bill Henry had to go. Kids was credit cards. Or whatever and didn't even know about it while the impostor was alive but also very strange and Rick Reilly also wrote about this for sports illustrated great title to his story. The passing of Counterfeit Bill Clever. He's got some additional details in there. So when the IMPOSTER BILL? Riley would give those addresses to class at Florida. Southern College and tell stories he would claim to have gone barnstorming with Satchel page. Heck I'd make more money with Satchel than I ever did in the regular season. He chuckled. Most they ever made in the big leagues with seventeen thousand dollars. This is incredible..

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"mr henry" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"mr henry" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Welcome everyone in the world famous Phil Hendrie's show. We've got some business to take care of today say we do I'm Margaret grey, we of general Galen Schoff, but Dickman Robert Leonard. And Mr. Henry. Now we have business to take your today. Well, as you know, Chris, first of all, Chris Norton's father, STAN Norton's going to visit us, you're kidding. No. I had a wonderful conversation with is very intelligent and a good man. I believe a very good father, and I said, would you like to come on the program? The how did you meet him? It was interesting. I picked up the phone here in the office today. And that was STAN, Norton is his name. Stan Norton Dan, STAN in in stand staying laurel. Yeah. Not in STAN laurel. The name STAN is a very, very common name. It's very common. But well he's go. Afghanstan stand, you know. Yeah. Okay. But don't start trying to sound like you're Mr. just got I just pulled in from Afghanistan. And boy, do I feel like blowing up someone's hut. Seeing that. So where did you meet this guy? I didn't meet him. I picked up the phone today. You were answered just answered the phone here in the office. Yes, I just at random. I saw the phone and I picked it up. And they said is is Chris Norton there, I said, well, no es while I'm given to understand. He's on the Phil Hendrie program. I said, well, he's one of our contributors. May I ask who's calling? And he said it was STAN Norton, and I said, are you belated to Chris said? Yes, I'm his father. And I, you know, I thought right then angling also. The wheels are turning mortgage. Yes. The wheels are turning on angling to get him on the. What can we do for you? And he said, well, he left some film canisters here at our home. And I said, well, I'm familiar with Chris. I know he used to live with you and your wife, and he went into the whole story that Chris, as you know, collects adult films, and he stores, a lot of them at his family's his mother and father home there. Where did he grew up he grew up in the DNA area, just above Pasadena? And, and the, any stores is movies up there. You mean all of these filthy films? He watches all the adult films. Yes, they're in closets. Apparently the parents moved out of the master suite and into a back bedroom. Wait a minute. No. And I said, well, how do you feel about the way we moved into a back bedroom white because they're keeping Chris's films there? I asked him. I said, how do you feel about that? He said, we love our son whatever's best for him is fine with us and. Fascinating conversation. I had, he's going to be on the show tonight, fill and he'll share some of the things he told me well, what I got to know. Just before we have him on what did he did? He give any more did he allusive date. Yes, he did. He said they support I said your son makes adult films. He said, absolutely. We have watched them with Chris, and I said you've watched the eastern. Yes, we have we don't approve of the content, but we do watch, and we do give him tips and advice, tips and advice, believe me, feel, I was that sounds getting what that doesn't sound real. I talked to him today, homeboy. Do you want? No. I'm not saying that you didn't do it. They give them tips and advice in what way Phil you're going to have to. I didn't believe me. I didn't press the issue with I said, would you come on the program? He simple I can't be in Los Angeles. He travels for business. I said, do you can do it on the phone? He's in San Francisco. Tonight and he's going to be on the phone with us today. He'll be on the phone with us tonight yet. Stand Norton STAN and deletion Norton..

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"mr henry" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"mr henry" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Marsha? Way mixed up. Yeah. Brought it in is he awake. The last half is making coffee. Thanks. It's funny thing about coffee when it's hot weather like this crickets called, and it makes you feel cooler doc, I got to see that. I want to ask him a couple of questions on a dead man in the back of his wagon. You don't say you better. Take a look gestures bringing him in the sag. Sure. Growing back at ya. Thanks. Mr henry. Mr. Henry wake up. Oh. Your name Irving. Henry. Henry. What is this? How you gotta listen to me for a minute. We found your wagon. Gillett the horses. Go before you set on your own course. Could let them remain to die. How come he doesn't take one to ride? I have a loathing of horses. Bill under the body. Cut off the water beside the bid. Would you be good enough? Dylan, Matt Dillon. And the martial arts. Thanks. Now, what were you doing with a dead man in your wagon? Mr henry. Dead man shot in the back line. And you're welcome. Is very mid. About that. But I think answer my question. Impossible. It isn't true say it is in your throat. All of them. Esther? I didn't say you weren't on us. You're on active. You gotta find way of saying things, but murderers murder. I don't care how you say it. Now, I'm asking questions, and I want straight answers. So what you're telling me. Truth played up on the stage. I would condemn it as an improbable fiction. I swear to you. I know nothing about it. You come through. Hey city. You know, a man they're called Sam match. I know you had no travel in. Hey city. What are you doing in these parts? Mr henry. I'm. I am touring the provinces. Dog aging. The bitter bread of banishment metallics are not taking me east. I bring the immortal Bob to the hinterlands. The interview ended give me leave to. I'm sorry. I can't do that. You'll have to stay until we get this thing. Doc. All right. Just stay here with Mr. Henry Wiggin. Sure. Sure. I feel. You. Zack. What did you find? One thing. Die right away. I mean, right when shop that's. More likely. You think he might have been able to climb up in the wagon after he was shot. Right. There's another thing. Yeah. When you taking a look at the Miller. Come on come on. Water. He must have gone through the window. I tried to get it back. Chester talk. I'm going after. When.

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"mr henry" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"mr henry" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Wow. What a moment. Let's talk to Mr. Henry Kraus right now via the magic of Skype joins us right over there. Henry how are you? Congratulations on the win. Thanks first things. First how are your teeth? Henry I understand that you lost your your front teeth in the fight. They look great there. But how are they doing? These are entries of these implants, my dentist takes out. Can I see what they look without the dentures. Oh, my that. Oh, top and bottom. Holy smokes. Wow. When did that? Courtesy of Emmanuel Sanchez. Did. He the first round with the need right of the pipe by. Then. So when you fight when I was six my teeth and a and I went to I went just still fought a whole fight like that this decision loss all the nerve expect soccer Mandal. So when you fight you take the dentures out as well. Yeah. Tensions on it. Okay. Well again, congratulations on the win. What a what a performance? What fight? I mean. It was so quick. But it was just incredible. As it was for Nick when he dropped you early on. What is going through your mind if anything? Thank you very much. Nothing much. You know, I was just a. Was he shot up? Underneath the job. So I kind of lined in my when my myself with my own shoulder Nishat that uppercut right up on need it perfect shot that he threw you know, and it just dumped me on ice. But the the moment I realized what I got hit with. I was I was good dude got up I circled out. And I'd be lined right back to like, let's go did his power surprise. You. Not so much. It was just just that. I see plan. That are kind of like whoa that. Right. And then we're and we're watching right over here. You know, he didn't back. He didn't back down. He kept going. I've see he was trying to end the fight. And he's talked afterwards about how that's something. He maybe needs to work on. Did you did you sense that he was just being a little too overzealous? Did you feel like he was being a little too in that moment thought that maybe you are too winded of an animal? Yeah. People are saying that. But I don't think he really was dude. He was comp-. He was composed of his hands up. And he was he was on me, dude, as you should, you know, right? This is the thing was I was recovered one hundred percent in house ready to go in. He maybe he got a little maybe shooting left hand to the by a little too recklessly. He was digging hard day to shot and. There was like a split second thought that with remind like had she was going. So if he's out of the body, not slung what innovated you twentieth pro fight. Have you ever had more fun in a little over sixty sixty seconds in a fight before? What a trip flex these fights getting phone or in front of man, this stage, David..

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"mr henry" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"mr henry" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"Wow. What a moment. Let's talk to Mr. Henry Kraus right now via the magic of Skype joins us right over there. Henry how are you? Congratulations on the win. Thanks first things. First how are your teeth? Henry I understand that you lost your your front teeth in the fight. They look great there. But how are they doing? These are entries of these implants, my dentist takes out. Can I see what they look without the dentures. Oh, my that. Oh, top and bottom. Holy smokes. Wow. When did that? Courtesy of Emmanuel Sanchez. Did. He the first round with the need right of the pipe by. Then. So when you fight when I was six my teeth and a and I went to I went just still fought a whole fight like that this decision loss all the nerve expect soccer Mandal. So when you fight you take the dentures out as well. Yeah. Tensions on it. Okay. Well again, congratulations on the win. What a what a performance? What fight? I mean. It was so quick. But it was just incredible. As it was for Nick when he dropped you early on. What is going through your mind if anything? Thank you very much. Nothing much. You know, I was just a. Was he shot up? Underneath the job. So I kind of lined in my when my myself with my own shoulder Nishat that uppercut right up on need it perfect shot that he threw you know, and it just dumped me on ice. But the the moment I realized what I got hit with. I was I was good dude got up I circled out. And I'd be lined right back to like, let's go did his power surprise. You. Not so much. It was just just that. I see plan. That are kind of like whoa that. Right. And then we're and we're watching right over here. You know, he didn't back. He didn't back down. He kept going. I've see he was trying to end the fight. And he's talked afterwards about how that's something. He maybe needs to work on. Did you did you sense that he was just being a little too overzealous? Did you feel like he was being a little too in that moment thought that maybe you are too winded of an animal? Yeah. People are saying that. But I don't think he really was dude. He was comp-. He was composed of his hands up. And he was he was on me, dude, as you should, you know, right? This is the thing was I was recovered one hundred percent in house ready to go in. He maybe he got a little maybe shooting left hand to the by a little too recklessly. He was digging hard day to shot and. There was like a split second thought that with remind like had she was going. So if he's out of the body, not slung what innovated you twentieth pro fight. Have you ever had more fun in a little over sixty sixty seconds in a fight before? What a trip flex these fights getting phone or in front of man, this stage, David..

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"mr henry" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"mr henry" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"And you gentlemen, seem to be avoiding that what out of anything. Mr henry. You're you're voiding it with a lot of jokes and stuff Philadelphia on the Phil Hendrie show. Hello. Yes. Sir. Guarding attorney of gentlemen. The adult film star. I am a judge here in the city of Philadelphia and the third district, and I believe that your turn sir is doing great misjustice representing your case. And it's fashion based on the information that you provided those foreigners program they're out. No restraint of trade a second. My clay has a little. A right to. Are you a judge in drug venues? To to make money and is industry and other areas of the are you a judge in traffic quieter, where do I have a right to advise my client as to the best possible means of disposing this case, and in my way, and I understand. Let me ask you. Why? Does it by? To talking over each other and ask the judge does. Does have a right to to to to traffic just commerce it all the other venues that other filmmakers, get to other filmmakers, get to be on cable, channels other filmmakers, get to be on television. But my client and his films are not allowed. Why is that? Other venues. In the contract should not to make the same in a pussycat theater. You talking about porno houses. I don't think. So. All right. Thank you very much. Good luck to you guys. You're you're really wishing to slack. No. I'm not. But what if you ever want Pasa throb city just getting those passes to throb city seriously fell we gave like care to your producer, Mike Schafer, these passes to what to what do they to the opening of the throb city? I ca- cable channel. Where's that opening right now, we don't have no cable channel? I mean, we don't have no cable system. But when we do there's four passes to to wait a minute. If you get throb city on a cable channel, isn't that television? That is correct. Then why do we have to give away passes because for the people come see it? Hello. Yeah. Okay. So we've got four passes to the opening of throb city. It's gotta be an opening night gala party. What my client didn't understand. Oh, where's it going to be at probably how Tony Roma's or some by having a called him yet? So I don't okay, thank you guys. And we'll see we can do about that. From November the sixth of the year two thousand that was Chris Norton and his his attorney, I never even knew that Harvey. I doubt that he worked for Chris paid him. Anything those pro Bono language. Chris. Yes. Certainly with Krista does make sense pro Bono. Anyway, thank you for tuning in on our classic Tuesday.

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"mr henry" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"mr henry" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"I'm hitting dinger's left and right, and because I stand at the plate and I go, yeah, look at that and I'm telling I'm turning around. I'm looking in the grandstand fill until the fans. What do people doing? They're going and I go, yeah. But what are you cheering for and that got me in trouble. Yeah, I got trouble in the cash giving her show, and I got in trouble on Randy and Sissy which is the morning town in where was it? Beaver city now was beaver city. Yeah. So that was like six places. Well, again, you played for them in Portland. I follow them when they went to Beaverton beaver town. Beaver lake, beaver falls, and then beaver city. The beaver city beef. I thought the beaver city beef would be it. I thought they make the comeback, but no, no, you'd poison it. What what do you think he poison it? So it was just exactly just two years. I'll tell you why Mr. Henry because we used to be a baseball team, and then after dawn left came all these grand standards and all these guys wore their hair funny and where their pants, funny and cross themselves and all kinds of weird stuff like wearing crucifixes crossing themselves and pray all that weird stuff. Yes. And I'm sorry, I didn't enjoy sir. Thanks a lot, but you know, I thanks very much Heke. Oh yeah, too. Big of a man. There is a Heke and with this is dawn mix of from Seattle. Right. And I guess from the university of Washington's, we talked with him about his minor league baseball playing days with the with the Portland beev. And as it turns out it was not just the Portland beavers. Well, teams are talking about Philly. The again, it was after me. So they left Portland and they went to beaver falls, then beaver city than Beaverton beaver town, and then beaver lake beaver city was the left. Yeah, that's right. Beaver city with the beamer city was the death of the beef. Well, I can tell you there are more and more players are doing the bat flip more and more players of watching the ball go out of the park, and we saw during the playoffs last year gonna see lots and lots of it during the playoffs. This year. As a matter of fact, what is this Wednesday? Tomorrow is game one of the National League division championship series and the National League divisional series. And I have no doubt that. Awful lot of backflips you know, get a wig grandstand, give him the stage, give any of those guys who stage and you're going to see them do a lot of baffling about it. Don't mix the folks. Thanks a lot, Don. I appreciate you having and. Well, I don't know anything about, but I do know that it has a lot to do with tradition, but this whole idea, you know you people are sitting there like it's normal, and I'm hearing a guy say, well, I was with the Portland believe, and then it was beaver city Beaverton and beaver tone with, was that right? Jealous in two different places? Yeah. And what what's what's the point? Beaverton and beaver town. I know they're two different places, but why do you think that's weird? All right. So there was Beaverton beaver town beaver city, beaver lake, and beaver falls, and Portland and Portland, and all of the teams are called the beef. Yeah. Okay. Oh, forget it. See Jibril sometimes none of us even fill understand what it is you're trying to say, fight. We're gonna come back here on the Phil Emery show. Steven Bozell is asleep Walker and he's been walking in his sleep, not once. Not twice, but like four separate times visiting his good friends. Find out what that's about next to the world, famous fill and ratio. You know the world.

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"mr henry" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"mr henry" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Gorky hernandez we see you got ten home runs and it's june first yet shutout out the gorkhas hernandez johnston beat the cover off the ball last night but they didn't have to they play rockies due to score enough runs and get enough pitching and defense you got that from derek holland last night and that double played in the game wasn't pretty don't have to be pretty but that's solid giants in field defense i was perusing the twitter account of our inside of one of our kmby are insiders mr henry shulman covers the giants for the san francisco chronicle and he was having a debate with a follower about where the derek rodriguez was found money and henry thought was yes dear god radius guy who's in his in his what he's late twenties now mid to late twenties i believe he's twenty seven somewhere around there rookie per drudgery does this kid which is still stunning to me but he comes in as a rookie and he's able to and the giants were to tough spot didn't have madison bumgarner around by the way bumgarner pitching tonight looking to make a two solid starts in a row six fifteen pre game seven fifteen i pitched giants baseball game bureau six eighty tonight but you didn't have bumgarner koito us out still out be back sooner rather than later and gypsum arja was having is shoes whether it was on the mound or now dealing with as far as rehab and he's closer to coming back and that is good but derek rodriguez wasn't spectacular at first but he was good enough yeah that's file money look at dirk rodriguez starts in june five of them one bad start washington where he gave up five runs but during his five starts to in one 395 era twenty four strikes strikeouts on six walks twenty four you will take that from anyway especially a guy that you had to put in a dirk rodriguez twenty mid twenty s euro rookie who you never thought to put in i don't know how the giants viewed him but i'm pretty sure that few were of note they would have been talking about him he would have been in the ether if you will sooner but dirt rodriguez comes in does a hell of a job and is containment do a hell of a job that's foul money and i think as we're seeing what gorgeous hernandez and as we've kind of seen this year i think found money might be one of the things will look back on this giant season if it ends with the playoffs and maybe success after that you look back and go you were talking about longoria by fully so and obviously the giants pitching with the madison bumgarner and johnny cueto presumably healthy as it happened but it was all about that it was all about what the giants had gotten in in the off season with andrew mccutchen going along with evan longoria and you gotta get longoria back and mccutchen it's going to help him on the news going to hurt you almost had that catching and right last night would have been nice didn't happen didn't hurt the giants they eventually won but those guys are going to step up to the forefront buster posey his behind the plate skills have not diminished by mind you plug it in at the two hole is supposed to pose a he's going to help you brandon bell his season maybe unexpected but when you really think about it shouldn't be branded crawford's doing his thing but the giants when they will hurt and when they were really kind of teetering it what do you say the end of last month first of this month as we transition into july the giants were really teetering and they've gotten so performances out of guys like gorky is her name the giants outfield which left field still up in the air and that's been problematic for a while but you got stabilization centerfield would hernandez who is that only doing it with his bat but defensively he's not hurting you by any stretch of the imagination that's foul money no one expected this from portuguese hernandez maybe gorkhas hernandez did if he did i applaud him for his supreme confidence this year but gorkhas hernandez is found money derek holland foul money five starts in june.

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"mr henry" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mr henry" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Bet one eight six six five zero five four six two six mr henry le let's look at those i've often felt that that executive orders have gone way too far even even when there are executive orders with which i agree i think in many cases i grant you that in the twentyfirst century when the internet can travel the world of the speed of light and when missiles can cross oceans in in mere minutes that there are some assesses for the president to be able to act decisively and quickly but even acknowledging that it seems to me that executive orders have gone way beyond any reasonable limit well i think there's a problem with executive orders first of all the separation of powers is when you have a court not liberal or conservative but just a court that is serious about separation of powers i think justice scalia was made a few of his opinions he pointed out that the separation of powers is the single most important structure or idea in the united states constitution so i did power is it nearly as much of a problem if you have a serious court enforcing the lines between the forty the congress the forty the court's authority but the other thing is just what we just got through talking about tim of that is because of the size the behemoth that the administrative state has become the president is the defacto had not the fact that we if the constitutional tired secutive branch so instead of that being a few required agencies under the department of state and department of defense it is literally an agency for every single aspect of a person's life from education.

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"mr henry" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"mr henry" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Well i know you love charleen but didn't make because she was and she carried a little too much but that's not true either mother is why did i give you the phone so can we talk about what i wanna talk about of course you know you know i didn't want to hear about that mr henry said he didn't want to hear about it he may not want to hear about it but he heard about it didn't he yeah okay mother turnabout beat on the warpath larry if you don't mind just keep your mom clear the phone tonight clear the phone he's going to the extent mother headed up all right so i got these buddies and they're back in the chicago area milwaukee area and we've known each other's in school and they were sending out these anti trump i guess you say emails and they weren't really anti trump and they were they were jokes about trump how bad is it golfing and everything you know and i acknowledge them i actually didn't like the fact that they had me on the email on the email tree you know what i mean by that fill you as dress yeah exactly so i put up with that i keep getting these larry i put up with these and and eventually i got a little irritated with these these are emails that you don't want their yeah their emails rather not receive but i don't wanna block these guys because i don't want him to think i'm angry at them so i wanted to do something a little creative will are you angry at them or were you i was not i am now i am now i can tell you that much so you did that block them i did not block themself i wanted to do something the.

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"mr henry" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"mr henry" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"We are brothers you're on now i want you to be able to approach a rib eye steak guilt free i guarantee if you could approach a rib eye steak dill free you will be angry as you out today at how is this guy going to approach a rib eye steak guilt free when his family all died from high high blood pressure related ellas i noticed i didn't say obesity i did say that their blood pressure which probably was raised because of their obesity mr henry that makes us banfield filthy i'm not doing anything to him dumpling feel guilty to kill anyone if you people died needlessly because people like you said it was okay to be fat you validate people who wanna sit down and eat you know as the person in front of struggle this because you don't have any self discipline but i have discipline and i'm trying to change my life and i don't need people like you saying oh it's okay to sit down and eat a cheesecake its own kids chicken dumplings i guess you're gonna tell chicken dumplings are bad they're bad oh lovely chicken where i live we don't have chicken dumplings but their bad should have bad you don't need you don't need a degree in biology to know that how did you get this way how he lost his family he loved his family this man let me tell you something have you ever seen a person on the planes of rwanda whose fat no if you don't eat you don't get back.

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"mr henry" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"mr henry" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Okay all right when you say to a woman who i see nipple i see as crack you think that smooth talk i was saying i went hey say nipple be he did it in a very small way swat swat way you said with your six i seen nipple i didn't do that i said oh look there's your nipple mariam and look as crack and i'm like yeah but i was playing jazz you were playing jazzy figure that was cool then you the dumbest guy i know you're dumb you call my husband but you don't know the he's done to help western states the tiki tiki torch dance steve night of the flying fish my husband has volunteered his time to mentor anyone of the young models yes they're females but they're of age no you make it's done thirty honey no you make it sound the being mr henry steve has never been guilty of any kind of untoward behavior and whatever he did with miriam that night the police decided not to press charges well did they ever say why because she she flew the coup she flew the coop and she's feeling the coupe again just woman she's still lives here i thought you said she moved they did they sit she'd moved no she's still here he's still here but you can't press charges now on account a statue of limitations we've seen a statue of limitations that's what it's called statute of limitations on sexual battery.

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"mr henry" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"mr henry" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Okay we'll shit wow man was still it's he's giving you an answer by that you just say that they made a mistake in the writing they did not make a mistake in the writing that's probably one of the best written shows in the history of tv hey don't don't mess with the walking it's one of the greatest shows the walking dead kicked off one of the great renaissance renaissance is in television history from the success the success of that show guest house of cards did to but i've been american america zombie don americans army the walking the walking dead americans yeah i was thinking i was thinking i don't know what i was like i was thinking something else that's one of the best written shows ever in the history of television so he got trying to tread lightly on saying mr henry because it's it's a great show yeah all right man i'll tread real lightly on this thing but i'm still going to ask the question you know it's no big thing man i just wanted to get you on here because i know that you dig the shows you watch them i think that it's a large gaping hole in the in the writing well i don't i think if you if if you if you if you if you finish slowdown okay if you think about it if you let if you said as ambi on fire and it staggers around it's going to bump into a tree set that on fire bump into human set him on fire and they're all going for humans just as you set them on fire doesn't mean they don't they're gonna stop wanting human flesh it out the only way that it'll stop is if the fire reaches the head you know in cooks took up the brain and you know so it's.

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"mr henry" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mr henry" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"I mean and is next to jupiter so he's really kind in really sweet so i mean his his probably his connection with his mother was significant that have to be without and perhaps even i wouldn't even go so far to say is they had a relationship with her but there was kind of that feeling of an intimacy between him and his mother growing up you know and and that kind of created a an interesting you know at least feeling for women for sure you know he loved women and so i think that's part of it but the other thing that's kind of interesting because he was so i mean you know counter counter cultures a good word because that's a term that was used back then is a son in the eleventh house opposing saturn any ran us so that kind of says well i'm here to really break the up the whole status quo of site am going to challenge everybody on their ideas and we're going to do something else so what is mister tesla tesla excuse me is he here to know mr henry do is ask him but you know the thing about jimi hendrix says he was the guitar virtuoso of of the timing you know one of the main ones yeah and so that was what he was breaking apart and and he played with all kinds of special people back then but quickly became one of the most special yes very much so he had neptune the planet of creativity in the ninth house which has a lot to do with you know where he would find his god and it would also have to do with the fact that it's in the natural house sagittarius rule so i'm thinking that even though we had his music on one level he was really highly up there spiritually really highly up there and he's always questioning where the meaning of his life was in his purpose of his life he was looking for a big picture give me the big picture god give me the big picture always looking at that and i think music really transported him he's telling me he said he practiced all the time.

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"mr henry" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"mr henry" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Yeah we got some fish free israel low soon you'll be up to you're asking that's not the lyrics that was going to be a larynx that was gonna be lyric any change it because they didn't want to have such a negative turn a dark tony originally immobile was going to be drama i don't know if you are aware that you're getting this i have a couple of friends at work that that abc might my wife was a script girl abc for a long time she has worked for all about it was it was dark in whose dramatic bright metric okay and what happened was uh in a dream trama into a drama yes they did but they decided against by originally the lyrics about a boat the low boat which was going to be a cruise ship that there is a chance is going to sink and narrow be dance maybe mobile death you know and so the lyrics went love exciting and do come aboard we may just have a fish for you as you know mr henry in a sicilian uh culture fish know the guy sleep with a fish oh that's a lot of now i'm afraid not missed midst great sleep with such as being sent to the bottom of the ocean i know that and i think it sounds like who is now at dribbles great and save love exciting hindu come aboard you know we may have officially the love borrowed and thank you i do have kind of a nice voice posts noticing that you have a little bit of a.

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