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The Masque of the Red Death and Punch Brothers Punch

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The Masque of the Red Death and Punch Brothers Punch

"Hi there and welcome to the Corey DR O. Podcast Well it's been a week. Those of you who listened in for my recording of mask of the red death. I thought I would follow that up with a reading of the other mask of the red death mask of the red death has written by Edgar Allan Poe and published in eighteen forty two ama- giant fan. We named daughter Posy Peo-. Yes why the old French word for poetry parts of that. We could surname to PLO. Certainly decorated her room when she was little with lots of Ravens and whatnot. I hope you're staying well. I hope you are self isolating and maintaining your social distance and that you are washing your hands and taking care of your health. We had a break in the rain today. So my wife and I drove to Griffith Park had a really nice long hike in the park keeping a wide berth. From other hikers it was very nice to get out. And it's been very rainy all week in Burbank and all the greenery is out. Ally is gorgeous after the rain is really actually a remarkable thing to see a wonder really We're going to have more rain this week and we're going to have our kid at home and my wife's going to be working from home and I always work from home is going to be It's going to be fun. Wonder what you're GONNA do. We're planning daily meetings where we're going to plan out when we'll all do exercise together. What projects are daughter will do? And what we're GONNA eat together and my office is having Videoconference cocktail hour tomorrow night Monday night. We're all going to dress up and drink cocktails. Have a bottle of this. Danish Heaven Arrow Booze called fuck trump and his fucking wall. That's pretty good. I'm going to drink some of that with my colleagues. Let me my guys onto the show. Here is Edgar. Allan Poe's the mask of the red death first published in eighteen forty two. The red death had long devastated the country no pestilence had ever been so fatal or so hideous blood was its Avatar and it seal the madness and the horror of blood. There were sharp pains and sudden dizziness and then profuse bleeding pours with dissolution the scarlet staines upon the body and especially upon the face of the victim where the pest ban which shut him out from the aid and from the sympathy of his fellow men and the whole seizure. Progress and termination of the disease were incidence of half an hour. But Prince. Prospero was happy and dauntless in sagacious when his dominions were a half depopulated he summoned to his presence a thousand hale and lighthearted friends from among the Knights Dames of his court and with these retired to the deep seclusion of one of his crenelated. Abbey's this was an extensive and magnificent structure. The creation of the prince's own eccentric yet August taste a strong and lofty wall. Girdled in this wall had gates of iron the courtiers having entered brought furnaces and Massey Hammers and welded the bolts. They resolve to leave means neither of Ingram's nor egress to the sudden impulses of despair or a frenzy from within the Abbey was amply provisioned with such precautions. The courtroom might bid defiance to contagion. The external world could take care of itself. In the meantime it was folly to grieve or to think the prince said provided all the appliances of pleasure. There were buffoons. There were improvisatory. There were ballet dancers. There were musicians. There was beauty. There was wine all these and security were within without was the red death. It was toward the close of the fifth or sixth month of his seclusion. That the Prince Prospero entertained his thousand friends at a masked ball of the most unusual magnificence. It was UH voluptuous. Seeing that masquerade. But first let me tell you of the rooms in which it was held. There were seven an imperial suite in many palaces however such sweets form a long straight vista while the folding doors slide back nearly to the walls on either hand so that the view of the whole extent is scarcely impeded here. The case was very different as might have been expected. From the Duke's love of the bizarre the apartments were so irregularly disposed that the vision embraced but little more than one at a time. There was a sharp turn at the right and left in the middle of each wall. A tall and narrow gothic window looked upon a closed corridor of which pursued the windings of the sweet. These windows were of stained glass whose color varied in accordance to the prevailing hugh of the decorations of the chamber into which it opened that at the eastern extremity was hung for example in blue and vividly. Bluer its windows. The Second Jaber was purple. And it's ornaments and tapestries in here. The pains were purple. The third was green throughout. And so were the casement's. The fourth was furnished and lighted with orange. The fifth white the sex with violet. The seventh apartment was closely shrouded in black velvet tapestries. That hung all over the ceiling and down the walls falling and heavy folds upon a carpet of the same material and Hugh but in this chamber only. The color of the windows failed to correspond with decorations. The pains were scarlet a deep blood color now. In no one of any of the seven apartments was there any lamp or candelabrum amid the profusion of Golden Ornaments that lay scattered to and fro independent from the roof. There was no light of any kind emanating from lamp or candle within the suite of chambers but in the corridors that followed the sweet there stood opposite each window a heavy tripod bearing a brazier of fire that projected. It's raised through the tinted glass in so glaringly lit the room and thus were produced a multitude of Gaudy and fantastic appearances but in the Western or back chamber the effect of the firelight that streamed upon the dark hangings through the blood. Tinted pains was ghastly in the extreme and produce so wild look upon the countenances of those who entered that. There were few of the company bold enough to set foot within its precincts at all. It was within this apartment. Also that there stood against the western wall a gigantic clock of Albany. It's pendulum swung to and fro with a dull heavy monotonous clang. And when the minute hand made a circuit of the face and the hour was to be stricken there came from the brazen lungs of the clock a sound which was clear and loud and deep and exceedingly musical but of so peculiar a note an emphasis that had each lapse of an hour. The musicians of the orchestra working strained to pause momentarily in their performance to hearken to the sound and thus the Walters perforce cease their evolutions and there was a brief concert of the whole gay company and while the chimes of the clock yet rang it was observed that the Gideo- group Hale and the more aged and sedate past their hands over their brows as if confused referee or meditation but when the echoes had fully ceased a light laughter at once pervaded the assembly. The musicians looked at each other and smiled as if at their own nervousness and folly and made whispering vows each to the other that the next chiming of the clock would produce in them no similar emotion and then after the lapse of sixty minutes which embraced three thousand six hundred seconds of time. That flies there came yet another chiming of the clock. And then there were the same as concert. Intramural astuteness and meditation as before but in spite of these things. It was a gay and magnificent rebel. The taste of the Duke were peculiar. He had a fine eye. For Color and defects. He disregarded the decor of Mir fashion. His plans were bold and fiery and his conceptions blowed with barbaric luster. There were some who would've thought him mad. His followers felt that he was not it was necessary to hear and see and touch him to be sure that he was not. He had directed in great part the movable embellishments of the seven chambers upon occasion of this great fat and it was his own guiding taste which had given the character to the masqueraders be sure they were grotesque there was much glaring glitter and piquancy and phantasm much of what has been seen in. Hernani there. Were Arabesque figures with unsuited limbs and appointments. They were delirious fancies such as the madman fashions. There was much of the beautiful much of the wanton much of the bazaar something of the terrible and not a little of that which might have excited disgust to and fro and the seven chambers stocked. In fact a multitude of dreams and these the dreams writhed in about taking hugh from the rooms and causing the wild music of the orchestra to seem as the echo of their steps an on their strikes the clock which stands in the hall of the Velvet and then for a moment all is still and all is silent. Save the Voice of the clock. The dreams are stiff. Frozen as they stand. But the echoes of the Chime. Die Away they have endured but an instant and a light half subdued laughter floats after them as they depart and now the music swells and the dreams live and rise to and fro more narrowly than ever taking hugh from the many tinted windows through which stream the rays of the Tripod but to the chamber which lies most westwardly of the seven. There are now none of the massacres. Who Venture for the night is waning away and there flows a rudgear light through the blood coloured pains and the blackness of the sable drapery appalls and to him. Who's footfalls on the sable carpet? There comes from the near clock of ebony a muffled peel more solemnly and fatter than any which reaches their ears who indulge in the more remote gettys the other apartments but these other apartments were densely crowded and in them beat feverishly. The heart of life and the rebel went were Langley. On until at length there commenced the sounding of midnight upon the clock and then the music ceased as I have told and the evolutions of the walsers were quieted and there was an uneasy cessation of all things as before but now there were twelve strokes to be sounded by the bell of the clock and thus it happened perhaps that more of thought crept with more of time into the meditations of the thoughtful. Among those who rebelled and thus to had happened that before the last echoes of the last chime had utterly sunk into silence. There were many individuals in the crowd who had found leisure to become aware of the presence of a masked figure which had arrested the attention of no single individual before and the rumor of this new presence having spread itself whispering Lee around there arose at length from the whole company. A buzz of Murmur of horror and of disgust in an assembly of Phantasm. Such as I have painted it might well be supposed that no ordinary appearance could have excited such sensation in truth. The masquerade license of the night was nearly unlimited but the figure in question had out Herod Herod and gone beyond the bounds of even the prince's indefinite decorum. There are cords in the hearts of the most reckless which cannot be touched without emotion even with the utterly lost to whom life and death are equally. Jests there are matters of which no jest can be made. The whole company indeed seem now deeply to feel that in the costume and bearing of the stranger neither wet nor propriety existed. The figure was tall and gaunt and shrouded from head to foot in the habilitates of the grave. The mask which concealed the VIZ AAJ was made so nearly to resemble the countenance of a Stiffen Corp that the closest scrutiny must have had difficulty in detecting the cheat and yet all this might have been endured if not approved by the mad revelers around but the mumber had gone so far as to assume the type of the red death his fester was dabbled in blood and his broad brow with all the features of his face was sprinkled with the scarlet horror when the eyes of Prince Prospero fell upon the spectral image witch with a slow and solemn movement as if more fully to sustain its role stopped to and fro among the Walters. He was seen to be convulsed in the first moment with a strong shudder. Either of terror of distaste- but in the next his brow reddened with rage who dares he demanded horsely of the core cheers. Who STOOD NEAR? Him who dares insult us with as blasphemous mockery sees him and unmask him. That we may know whom we have to hang at sunrise from the battlements. It was in the eastern or blue chamber in which stood Prince Prospero. As he uttered these words they rang throughout the seven rooms loudly and clearly for the prince was a bold and robust man and the music had become hushed at the waving of his hand. It was in the Blue Room. Where stood the prince with a group of Pale courtiers by his side? At first as he spoke there was a slight rushing movement of this group in the direction of the intruder who at the moment was also near at hand and now with deliberate and stately step made closer approach to the speaker but from certain nameless awe with which the mad assumptions of the Mumber had inspired the whole Party. There were found none who put forth a hand to seize him. So that unimpeded. He passed within a yard of the prince's person and while the vast assembly as with one impulse shrank from the centers of the room to the walls he made his way uninterruptedly but with the same solemn and measured step which had distinguished him from the first through the Blue Chamber to the purple to the purple to the green through the green to the orange through this again to the white and even then to the violet era decided movement had been made to arrest him it was then however that the prince prospero madden with rage and the shame of his own momentary cowardice rushed hurriedly through the six chambers while none followed him on account of a deadly terror that had seized upon all he bore a LOFTA drawn dagger and had approached in rapid impetuosity to within three or four feet of the retreating figure when the latter having attained the extremity of the Velvet apartment turned suddenly and confronted his pursuer. There was a sharp cry and the dagger dropped gleaming upon the stabled carpet upon which most instantly afterward fell prostrate and death the Prince Prospero then summoning the wild courage of despair a throng of the revelers at once threw themselves into the black apartment. And seizing the Mumber who's tall figure stood erect and motionless within the shadow of the Ebony. Clock gasped in unutterable horror at finding the grave ceremonies and corpse like mask which they had handled with so violent a rudeness untended by any tangible form. An now was acknowledged the presence of the red death. He had come like a thief in the night. And One by one dropped the revelers in the blood Halls of their rebel and died each in the despairing posture of his fall and the life of the Ebony clock went out with that of the last of the gay and the flames of the tripods expired and darkness and decay and the red death held illimitable. Dominion over all okay. I know that wasn't fun to listen to. But holy mulling fun to read. Po- There's a bit of Advice Neil. Gaiman gave a few years ago about Agrarian Po that you have to read them aloud and all my God you have to read them aloud anyway. One second I'm just going to pause the recording for you okay. I'm back so while I was reading that I was like okay. There's something else I've read I. I heard the audio of the mask of the red death when I got a discount. Remaindered audiobook of the best of Po and a matching discount remained audiobook of the best of Twain. And I listened to those cassettes like crazy and there's one twain piece that really stood out for me I've read it before on this podcast though at least a decade and it is so fun and will drive from your mind everything except for its haunting. Refrain and by haunting. I mean hilarious and by Hilarious. I mean completely impossible to get rid of warning. Your worms ahead That I just delight in it. I used to read this to my daughter. When she was a baby she wouldn't sleep. I used to recite the Doggerel Which you're about to hear so the piece is called a literary nightmare and it was retitled. Punch Brothers Punch originally published in eighteen seventy six by Samuel Clemens better known as Mark Twain Punch Brothers Punch will the reader please cast his I over the following lines and see if he can discover anything harmful in them conductor. When you receive a fair punch in the presence of the passenger a blue trip slip for an eight cent fare above trip slipped for the six cent fare trip slip for a three cent fare punch in the presence of the Passenger Punch Brothers Punch with Care Punch in the presence of the passenger air. I came across these Jingling rhymes in a newspaper a little while ago and read them a couple of times. They took instant an entire possession of me. All breakfast they went waltzing through my brain and win at last. I rolled up. My napkin could not tell whether I had eaten anything or not. I had carefully laid out my day's work the day before thrilling tragedy in the novel which I am writing. I went to my den to begin my deed of blood. I took my pen but all I could get it to say was punched in the presence of the passenger. I fought hard for an hour but it was useless. My head kept humming trips. Look for an eight CENT FARE. Above trip slip for six cent fare and so on and so on without peace or respite the day's work was ruined. I could see that plainly enough. I gave up drifted downtown and presently discovered that my feet were keeping time to that relentless jingle when I could stand it no longer. I altered my step but it did no good. Those rhymes accommodated themselves to the new step and went on harassing me. Just as before I returned home and suffered all through the afternoon. Suffered all through an unconscious and unrefreshing. Dinner suffered and cried and jingled all through the evening went to bed and roll tossed in jingled right along the same as ever got up at midnight frantic and tried to read but there was nothing visible upon the whirling page except Punch Punch in the presence of the passenger by sunrise. I was out of my mind and everybody marveled and was distressed at the idiotic burden of my ravings punch. Oh Punch Punch in the presence of the passenger two days later on Saturday morning. I rose a tottering wreck and went forth to fulfil an engagement with a valued friend the reverend Mr Blank to walk the Telco Tower ten miles distant. He stared at me but asked no questions we started. Mr Blank talked talked and talked as was his. Wont I said nothing. I heard nothing at the end of a mile. Mr Blank said Mark. Are you sick? I never saw man looks so haggard and worn and absent minded saying something do drearily without enthusiasm. I said Punch Brothers Punch with Care Punch in the presence of the passenger my friend I need blankly. Look perplexed they said. I do not think I get your drift mark. There does not seem to be any relevancy in what you have said. Certainly nothing said and yet maybe it was the way you said the words. I have never heard anything that sounded so pathetic. What is but I heard no more. I was already far away. With my pitiless heartbreaking blue trips look for an eight CENT FARE BUS TRIPS. Look Forest Accent Fair. Pink trips looked further cent fare punch in the presence of the passenger. I did not know what occurred during the other nine miles however all of a sudden Mr Blank laid my hand on my shoulder and shouted o wake up. Wake up wake up. Don't sleep all day here. We are at the tower man. I have just talked myself. Deaf and dumb and blind never got a response. Just look at this magnificent autumn landscape. Look at it look at it. Feast your eyes on it. You have traveled. You have seen poster landscapes elsewhere. Come now deliver an honest opinion. What do you say to this I sighed wearily and murmured above trip slip for a six cent fare a pink trip slip for a three cent fare punch in the presence of the passenger reverend. Mr Blank stood there very grave full of concern apparently and looked long at me than he said Mark. There is something about this that I cannot understand. Those are about the same words you said before. There does not seem to be anything in them and yet they nearly break my heart when you say them punch in the how is it they go. I began at the beginning and repeated all the lines. My friends face lighted with interest. He said why. What a captivating jingle it is it is almost music. It flows along so nicely. I have nearly caught the rise myself. Say them over just one more and then I'll have them sure. I said them over then Mr Blank said them. He made one little mistake which I corrected the next time and the next he got them right now. A great burden seem to tumble from my shoulders. The torturing Jingle departed out of my brain and a grateful sense of rest and peace descended upon me. I was light hearted enough to sing and I did sing for half an hour straight along as we went jogging homeward. Then my tongue found blessed speech again and the talk of many a weary our began to gush and flow. It flowed on and on joyously jubilantly until the fountain was empty and dry as I run. My friends handed parting. I said haven't we had a royal good time but now I remember you haven't said a word for two hours. Come come out with something. The REV MR blank turned a lacklustre I upon me drew a deep sigh and said without animation without apparent consciousness. Punch Brothers Punch with Care Punch in the presence of the passenger air. Apang shot through me as I said to myself. Poor fellow poor fellow. He has got it now. I did not see Mr Blank for two or three days after that then on Tuesday evening. He staggered into my presence and sank dejected. -Ly into a seat. He was Pale warned he was a wreck he lifted. His faded is to my face and said Mark it was a ruinous investment. That I made in those heartless rimes. They have written me like a nightmare. Day and night hour after hour to this very moment. Since I saw you I have suffered the torments of the lost Saturday evening. I had a sudden call by telegraph and took the night train for Boston. The occasion was the death of a valued old friend who requested that. I should who had requested that I should preach his funeral sermon. I took my seat in the cars and set myself to framing the discourse but I never got beyond the opening paragraph for then. The train started in the car. Wheels began their clack. Clack CLACK CLACK. Clack CLACK CLACK CLACK. Clack clack clack and right away. Those odious rhymes fitted themselves to the accompaniment. For an hour I sat there and said a syllable of those rhymes to every separate and distinct class. The car wheels made why I was as fagged out. Then as if I'd been chopping wood all day my skull was splitting headache. It seemed to me that I must go mad if I sat there any longer. So I- undressed and went to bed. I stretch myself odor my birth. And well you know what the result was. The thing went right along the same clack clack clack trips slip clack. Clack clack coronets and fair. Click clack clack. Globeop trips slipped clack. Clack clack for a six cent fare and so on and so on and so on punch in the presence of the passenger sleep. Not a single wink. I was almost a lunatic when I got to Boston. Don't ask me about the funeral. I did the best I can. But every solemn individual sentence was mashed untangled and woven in and out with punch brothers punch with Care Punch in the presence of the passenger and the most distressing thing was that my delivery dropped into the undulating rhythm of those pulsing rhymes and I could actually catch absent minded. People nodding time to the swing of it with their stupid heads and mark. You may believe it or not but before I got through the entire assemblage. Where placidly bobbing their heads in solemn unison mourners undertaker? And all the moment I had finished I fled to the anteroom estate bordering on frenzy. Of course it would be my luck to find disorder and aged made and onto the deceased there who had arrived from Springfield too late to get into the church. She began to sob and said Oh he's gone he's gone and I didn't see him before he died. Yes I said he has gone. He has gone he has gone. Oh will the suffering never cease? Oh you too loved him. Loved him loved to why poor George my poor nephew. Oh Him yes. Oh Yes yes certainly certainly punch punch on this misery will kill me less use Bless you for these sweet words I to suffer in this dear loss. Were you present during his last moments. Yes I who's last moments. His the dear departed. Yes Oh yes yes yes I suppose so. I think so. I don't know. Oh certainly I was there I was there. Oh what a privilege. What a precious privilege and his last words. Oh tell me tell me his last words what did he say he said he said. Oh my head my head my head. He said he said he never said anything but Punch Punch Punch in the presence of the passenger. Oh leave me Madam. In the name of all that is generous. Leave me to madness. My misery my despair above trips live for a six cent fare. Pink trips slipped for three cent fare endure reds cat. No further go punch in the presence of the passenger. My friends hopeless is rested upon mine. A pregnant minute and then he said impressively mark. You do not say anything you do not offer me any hope but me. It is just as well. It is just as well. You could not do me any good. That time has long gone by when words could comfort me. Something tells me that my tongue is doomed to wag forever to the jigger of that remorseless jingle there there. It is coming upon me again. Trip slip. Coronate CENT FARE. Troops for thus murmuring faint and Fainter. My friends sank into a peaceful transfer and forgot his sufferings in a blessed respite. How did I finally save him from an asylum? I took to the neighboring university. And made him discharge the burden of his persecuting rhymes upon the eager ears the poor on thinking students? How is it with them now? The result is too sad to tell. Why did I write this article? It was for our worthy even a noble purpose. It was to warn you reader if you should come across these. Mercilus rhymes to avoid them. Avoid them as you would Pestilence so that is twain and you can see why the two pieces called each other so much because it turns out that if you make a weird earworm the subject of something sufficiently love crafty and Gothic. It can come out like a kind of a headache. Po SO PUNCH BROTHERS PUNCH WITH CARE. Punch in the presence of the passenger trips for eight cent fare above triplet I six and fairer punch in the present the passenger. Oh Punch Brothers Punch of the presence of the passenger alright as you probably know if you've been listening I'm no longer at Boeing Boeing. But you can catch me a pluralistic dot net. I have been adding lots of other ways of reading it. It's a mailing list the pluralist which is tracker and add free and has no html it is a blog pluralistic dot net which is tracker free and Ad Free but does have html. It's of course available on twitter. And I put it in my tumbler feed every day but also just added the Fed averse. So you can read through at pluralistic at Dot F. R. M. O. T. Dot Afar if you're in the Federer's and you are on Mastodon. That is how you can follow along anyway. Keep washing your hands. Stay safe self isolate. Hang in there take care of your neighbors take care of yourself take care of your loved ones and punch Bruce Punch with Care Punch in the presence of the passenger trips per cent fare about trips versus and Fair Punch Brothers Punch with punching presents the passage with current chair. You've been listening to the Corey Dr podcast licensed under creative Commons attribution noncommercial share like us. Three point oh or as Woody Guthrie. Put IT in another context. This song is copyrighted in the US under seal of copyright one five four eight five for a period of twenty eight years and anyone. 'cause singing it without our permission will be a mighty good friend of ARN because we don't give dern publish it right at singers swing to it Yolette. We wrote it. That's all we wanted to do. Many thanks to John Taylor Williams for mastering. That's Ri- Next Studio W. R. Y. N. E. C. K. Studio gmail.com John. Taylor Williams is a fulltime self-employed audio engineer. Producer composer and sound designer and his free time he makes jewellery odd musical instruments and furniture. He likes to meditate to read and to cook. Talk to you next week.

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Berners Street Hoax - November 27, 1810

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Berners Street Hoax - November 27, 1810

"Finding the right pros for home projects can be tough and sparked a lot of questions like how do I find a pro. Who can help? Will they do a good job. Will I get a fair price. That's where homeadvisor can help from leaky. Faucets to major remodels. homeadvisor connects you to the right pro for the job in seconds and even helps you get a fair price. Ace you can also read reviews. Check a project cost guides and book appointments go to Homeadvisor DOT COM or download the free homeadvisor APP to start your next project. This Day in history class is production of iheartradio. I'm eaves and welcome to this day in history three class where we uncover a new layer of history every day. Today is November twenty seventh twenty nineteen. The Day was November twenty seventh eighteen eighteen ten English writer Theodore Hook sent hundreds of service providers and products to number fifty four Berner Street in London as a prank frank. Berner Street was located in a wealthy part of London. It was the home of a woman. Referred to as Tottenham who herself was wealthy and lived near a bunch influential people at about five in the morning. A chimney sweep arrived at number fifty four saying that he had been called to address the maid who answered the door. Hold the chimney sweep that no timmy. Sweep was needed there and turn him away but soon after another to me sweep showed up at the house saying that he had also been called there. She sent him away to but people kept showing up at Miss Tottenham doorstep claiming their services had been ordered and they came with all kinds of goods. There were cakemaker carrying wedding cakes. Doctors apothecary surgeons lawyers and vickers and priests who had been told that someone inside. The House was dying six men delivered in Oregon which came with leg of mutton fishmongers boot makers there's an hat makers showed up. Pianos and coal wagons were delivered to the house. The Lord Mayor of London even showed up at number fifty four with a couple of his servants events. Saying that Mrs Tottenham had written saying she was sick and would appreciate his visit. Other big name showed up to enjoy the spectacle like the governor of the Bank of England. England the Chairman of the east India Company and the Duke of Gloucester and more random traits. People were making an appearance at the house. There were artists Oxygen Mir's grocers Barbara's with wigs and undertaker with a coffin. A crowd gathered in the area to watch all the commotion. The police blocked off the street but it took a while for the crowd to thin out. Many newspapers reported on the incident the Morning Post even included some of the letters sent in the name I'm of Mrs Tottenham. One read Miss Tottenham request Mr Blank will call upon her at two tomorrow S. She wishes to consult him about the sale of an estate. Eight fifty four burners street Monday at that point. The perpetrator of the hoax was a mystery and the police offered a reward for finding them but within in a couple of years Theodore Hook known for his jokes had emerged as a suspect. Later accounts of the buckle said that Hook and a couple of his friends has spent spent weeks writing anywhere between thousand and four thousand letters to people asking them to show up at number fifty four. On that day. It's not completely clear. Y Hook singled out Miss Tottenham. Some said it was a bet between him and a friend. Perhaps the architect Samuel Beazley to make the house the most famous one in London. It could have been just for fun as other hoaxers have pulled similar stunts before either way no criminal charges were brought against Hook and the story of the folks lived on in popular culture. I'm eavesdrop coat and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday. If there's something I missed in the show today you can let us know at P. D. I. H. E. podcast on twitter facebook or instagram. You can also also email us at this day at I heart media DOT COM. Thank you for listening to today's episode. We'll see you again tomorrow with with another one for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows did you know the air air inside. Our homes is five times more polluted than outdoor air air filters can't get to the root of the problem microscopic allergens in pathogens that live on our bids counters boundaries and other surfaces but the probiotic purifier. By better air can better air uses environmental probiotics to remove those microbes from your home home so you can literally breathe better learn more at better air. PROMISE DOT COM. There's a sixty day. No Risk money-back guarantee plus save thirty the three percent when you place your order now go to better air promise dot com and start breathing better.

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He's poised dutton thousands of animated features including minions despicable me three reckitt route. Tangles spirited away a bug's life live Monsters Inc. iron giant wall Lee and Toy Story two and three for twenty years ears. He's voiced luke skywalker for Lucas Arts Interactive Games as well as in old three three robot chicken star wars specials. He's supplied special vocal effects for dozens of films including including ramblings army of darkness. Right to and honey. I blew up the kid. Two Thousand The nineteen marks his twenty nine year boy saying panic character porky pig and he's currently glee starts as Porky Ino- for two hundred new looney tunes shorts. He's old so Joyce Marvin Vinh the Martian tweety and speedy Gonzales. And he tells us that Casey case was much more than just stop his stuff guy. I don't doubt ISKOE. Workers Be Scene Rob Paulsen age so visit the podcast. And we still haven't Kevin Gotten over his stunning rendition of Yoccoz. Were we haven't got time around. He's voice two hundred. Drake and fifty animated characters in hundreds of animated shows including teenage mutant. Ninja Turtles Danny Phantom. The Mask Jimmy. Neutron Boy Genius the Take Samurai Jack Raking morning and of course high need tunes Anna Maniacs and Pinky and the brain for which he took Homema- well-deserved Emmy Award he's also appeared in live action series. Like cheers saint down. Swear and beat your films. It's like space. Fold the jetsons movie and the and as well as over a thousand commercials. We'll send dozens of video games. And he wants loop a steamy sex scene between Tom. throughs and Doug Rebecca Damore nee by acid. He's terrific and and touching memoir is called voice lessons our couple of Ninja Turtles Rinky and Anna Maniac. The act saved my life. Please welcome to the show to men our thousand voices and to experts who can hopefully explain why the actors in these old Beatles cartoons not the same life. I don't know what you mean. Ah Mislead Afrin Bergen Organ End Rob O.. Houser time from I was GonNa say I got done with. Bob is ready to go home. Thank you saw. The only that was true. That's just great I thank you So welcome ranking rob and welcome. Bob Thanks my pleasure. Sure but well I know that Bob Tober on the phone that Bob has something very interesting to say You know where I'm going with this Bob About Gilbert's career well and then and then we'll talk about out The the the Beatles the bad beatles voices well. Are you talking about The letter you wrote yes so I I wrote a letter due to Athletic and said look. You should not be holding auditions because if somebody can lose their job by telling a joke if it's not funny don't listen to the joke again but right it just irked me that you lost a job because somebody was offended by a joke. We are all one joke away from losing our livelihood. I mean I I heard was a Kevin Hart who said. Where's the art of the UPS? Yeah where everyone is just one joke. One tweet away from sue. I'm sorry we're GONNA cancel your career in life too so when they okay hold auditions I said to my agent am not auditioning for this and be passed. I'm GonNa find the address of the corporate and say look. This man didn't do anything wrong. Yeah he deserves this guy. Did a Lotta people felt that way. I didn't take her. I didn't I mean I think a lot of us. The mutual us a we won't go after each other jobs. It's just it's a IT'S A. It's a handshake grizzly in that context. It wasn't about use saying I'm tired of it or them saying we're going in a different direction. The circumstances in that ended up in that I think there are a lot of us who do this Gig And we all know like Bobby said the tenuous line that we all kind of walk and there are a lot of folks in this round governance. I'm so I'm glad you brought that up frank. Because it's not. It's important for other actors to hear howling so kind that kind of how we carry each other's water you know we're we really are all in this together so it's good that you I know that about that. Gil Thank you thank you most of you about it. I didn't work for you but I tried. Very refused to audition for two Gilbert. Yeah for what that's worth. Well you you know was story. I heard that Years ago when when when Mel Blanc was in that terrible car accident right They they knew they were making loads of money off bugs bugs bunny cartoons so they want to make new ones and and the yes one of the other voiceover guys that WANNA brothers. Can you do bugs bunny. And and he said I can but I won't write lesson right and honestly that's happened a number of times when you know when the simpsons and the cast of the simpsons look look. We need some dough here because they literally put that network on the map and now they are the longest running show in and a history of frequently. Yeah so they start you know said look. We're GONNA we need to make a little more Ramey and I honestly none of the usual suspects specs. I don't know anybody that does this at this level. Who auditioned for it? Nobody because we also know that discussed and it's together but sooner or later it will come back sooner or later somebody will say. Hey Man The producers decided Rob's asking too much money to be the talk and chick and he's been doing it for twenty years. But you know we're going to have you and it's nice to know that all of us are are kind of going or if it does come up where where. Somebody's working on an iconic character. Like like you're mentioning Gilbert about Mel Blanc. I always make a phone call. I'll say look here's the deal. I've gotten this piece of copy. My agent has said they WANNA have you come in and read for homer. Simpson Dan Castellaneta and find out. What's the deal? Yeah you know rob. It's fine I'm done with it. I've had enough. I'm moving on retiring or yeah just kind of a money thing. That's all I need to hear right. I'm done that brings me to to Bob Story About Dawes about about what was it. Cap'n crunch yeah well I was studying with Dos dos Butler color and does Butler Butler they were. They were New Ad Agency there were going to get a new Cap'n crunch they were holding auditions and I was pissed. I Call Dawes and I said I can't believe they're doing this. I won't report and said I'm not going to be doing anymore. Because they're getting rid of me so I don't I coach it come on over. I'll grant I captain crunch. But they knew he knew that he was out. WHO's done anyway? He said look. I'd I'd like to have somebody I know. One of my students take it over. Isn't that great. Though you guys is I I love the fact that we get to have these glimpses and thank you again for the opportunity because it's really important for people to know how folks behave in Hollywood by and large we really you know especially especially our world in this gig because it's not about our bigger boobs are lovely thank you. He does. The friend knew how tall you are. It's about your pure talent and your kindness and your and all of that stuff and here's Dawes Butler who who's going. You know I if I'm not GONNA do it. I WanNa see if I can help you do it. Young men mind the mind you he also charged was ten dollars a handshake or a head that week on the phone. Yeah about that. I would have given handshake of course support and and I wouldn't even include all my fingers on Nice. I gotta you gotTa save some of it back the next time but but everybody's really really delightful to everybody and so. I'm so glad though frank that you did bring that up because we all know how tough these gigs arte get. Yeah you guys are particular fraternity. We are without a doubt we all like having new people coming hiring I the God I love it Eric Bows and Eric Bows and maximum. Max Middlemen we have a new generation. She's so talented and we sit. They really are a mutual admiration society when we're at a session watching each other working off of each other and there's a new generation coming in that are so good so versatile but also just as nice as the welker 's and tails trust McNeil Frank Welker I know because he worked on Aladdin of course Voice Tiger Monkey. Yes that guy's talent takes breath mind-blowing so funny about voice over guys like him in a bunch of for bothers when you watch a nature special you don't realize you think there were courting like lions birds and all this and then not that bringing in these guys who walker with his head in the bucket. Doing Junko noises gilded you get to work with Frank. no no I mean I. I didn't even run into Robin Williams because it. When can you do if you ever get an opportunity to work with frank? It's pretty frigging mind-blowing it to watch him do as GIG and here the director say Frank. Would you shade it this way here. We need the character to infer this idea. uh-huh and frank will will make that hummingbird as a creature. Yes and make get sound like what you're asking a question as a chip. It's incredible I was telling telling Bob on the phone. We'd we'd have had him here by now. He but he's he's a shy fellow. He's he's golfing golfing. Rights promoter. Yeah decided which plainy wants to fly to. That's fine assert that's right and and you know it's funny. I always think like had Aladdin come out a year after it did. I mean had it been made a year after it did the only person. Listen I think would have definitely been in. It was Robin Williams. And they would've had like Tom. Cruise has Aladdin Julia Roberts as the princess. Amen Amen in fact you mentioned in that. Very kind Prodigious doubles doubled session. Obituaries say if you take that piece of paper and folded into quarters with my book you can actually put it onto your table. Ah this book about. I've had that experience. Gill exactly what you're talking about. I did the I did the The movie version of Jimmy Neutron boy genius made a hundred million bucks got nominated for an Oscar no celebrities in the thing. Okay then a few years later I do as you mentioned the I ant bully had Julia Roberts Nick Cage Paul Giamati Alan Cumming Meryl Streep tanked right in the dumper interesting. Thanks you know. Have a script story. Yeah story you can have Jesus in the main role. It's just it's not about yes actor out good but I I always I always thought that like You know these are of course town. It Stars Horse. I is anyone. I'm going to a movie coast. You Know Brad Pitt's voice is it. I don't think so I mean the suits. Do they want some kind of guarantee. There's I box office. But that's not guarantee the box and I understand why we're Bob and I were talking about this out front to to get we know that if you you and I and Bob Gilbert were got on Ellen and we started doing our respective characters within two seconds you've got him I mean the the back the folks folks working on the show everybody everybody would go. Oh my God that's Jago and Porky and that's yet go Blah Blah Blah but getting through to them as a different story and I understand why producer Mr says. I want Brad Pitt to be the talking monkey and I'll pay him a couple of million bucks and he's going to get on Kimmel Fallon and talk for right however however you still have to deliver and when it works it works great now. The incredible this is a totally different story. Absolutely and Ellen degeneres totally as Dora exactly and but you got a great story. Great Script Allen's voice is perfect for the part of her tweets and her uniqueness and her sense of humor and her vibe is perfect for the character. Just having Julia Roberts being the you know the the ant queen it's not going to make it you know what Pixar does it. Well it. Yeah they do a great i. There's a documentary called the Pixar Story and a book and they tell a story where they were saying. Who's WHO's play woody? So they took a clip tip from Turner and coach. Oh Gray was a scene where the dog locked himself in the car and Tom Hanks's yelling through the window. Donate the car not the car and they animated that line with woody and they went. That's perfect that's the personnel x Ray but when they find the great celebrity it is the perfect marriage of character and personality. It's not they. Don't go to Mike. What sound should I do? What characters do they just are? Good actor he virtually of Robin Wright and Jim Carey they virtually always I do themselves right and it has to work perfectly otherwise. Just having our brooks right. I mean. They're they're wonderful. A Buddy Hackett in bloomer little mermaid right now Buddy Hackett time it. It worked perfectly for that character. But that's a great point and whether or not they're celebrities is not the issue it's a character and along those is lines doesn't I heard you guys say it doesn't bother you when creators put themselves in in the cartoons to as long as somebody likes said or Brad Bird we look if they want to do it. That's fine we have no Pol- no sway. Sure so the only thing that we can do I submit is to get our is to make ourselves so good at our gig especially in this environment where they wanna hire celebrities to do. The next four hundred million dollar animated project comes out is to be so good good and Nice folks like you have on your shows the word gets out and people you know you just you just have to make them get to a position where the producers say. Now I know Bob. Bergen can totally do this. But I just WANNA get Brad Pitt and pay him five million bucks to do it right because we can compete shops wise so it's really nice that we're having opportunities to let people know who we are. Well when I you know I just got asked this now were stars Butler the voice of Droopy. No now only did him a few title Tell Thompson the Voice of goofy. Yeah and when he would do droopy and and Jeff Bennett. Doesn't this just to get some very news And this side of his face would sag jerk. Indiana side was also you know he was sweet right and the Nice thing so you can have a stroke and nobody would know but you'd mentioned both does and Mel did you guys. Do you guys ever noticed that. Barney rebels voice voice changed three times. Yes I didn't know that. So here's the story. So Mel Blanc. Actually I think it was actually might have dawes or how Smith was the original voice of rubble but but drunk for us out there right. That's right and Mel Carmel. Did Barney in the first season of the flintstones and he did Bonnie Sorta like this Fred madwoman right and then mel was terrible car accident. Oh this right. And Mel was laid out and dogs came in and they said Dos. Can you play this character. He's the honeymooners. There's your art. Carney like art. Carney is Yogi. Bear kept doing a show so he it just purchase voice up. All you're doing. Is that right little pinch lawyer so then. Mel had a pair play contract. Oh he was in a body cast and they put a microphone over his hospital bed lead and in season two he came back. Couldn't do this voice that was established. So did the voice a little bit lower. What a great story? Oh My god Michael. Yeah there's picking us in his book of him him like this with with Jean Vander pyle. Wow we just kind of leaning in talking of at the microphone while the body cast. That Mel Blanc used to travel to children's hospitals on his own to do cartoon voices for the kids knackery. Yeah Matt Gilbert. I'm telling you we've. We've all had that experience and most of the time of course on the phone where it's most effective effective but when it when you're lucky enough to be in a room with someone who's struggling and it's very often children their parents and man you start. Lighten coming up that character and it changes everything. It is nothing short of remarkable I know using this. Because you've got you know IAGO's Kana a character now but I'm telling you we are so fortunate because whenever we're in a position where Social Situation Hospital Party whatever and people find out who we are. It's just joyful period and I I love that aspect of it because often parents keep in touch with us after their children. Sadly don't make it and it turns out that that some of their fondest memories are seeing their sweet little baby talking to Porky porky pig or or IAGO. Or you know a mega tron on the phone. And they'll they'll send me videos of my little girl didn't make it but you just gotTa know what fill in the blank. Thank Mentor Way Bigger paycheck. It's astonished that is that's beautiful. You guys saw the documentary. You're certainly aware of it and yeah yeah animated. Yeah it was so Mr Suskind right. Yes yes I was just doing. Some New York with the Autism shine a light on autism Whatever the autismspeaks and yeah I had seen A Life Life automated. And isn't it interesting now. How many people we see on the autism spectrum at these conventions that come up I notice that yeah? Yeah Incredible Gilbert. I can't get enough of it and often children. You know like twenty-five or thirty year old children who are struggling with autism issues. I've had more than a half dozen experiences where a loved one will come up to me and say here's my brother. He's about ten or twelve people down in line and he's he's really struggling because often there they have issues with stimulus over being overshadowed. But I'll be damned. That young man will stand there a young woman and really struggling ruling but they gotta talk to Pinky. It's what or Yoga. Whatever it is that gets them out of their head and they're willing to go through that and drive hours stand in line and they come up there shaking not from nervousness to see you shaking from their phobia or whatever it is A man you you open your mouth and IAGO comes out and it just evaporates and Rick and magical and they know my career better than I do every episode. Yeah you know the time code. They know what you were at the audition they know everything. Yeah and they're outerly dedicated and I can only imagine you know being a parent. Oh my God if my kid wanted to talk to IAGO and I knew Gill was going to be. I would do do whatever it took to get my baby there because that person will never forget it and so I you know it's just a it's a cool thing to be part of this whole experiment alumni. I was I. I was in New York a few years ago and I went to children's hospital. You know just like you just touch base and do some voices and draw pictures and this big Chubby guy with a Mickey Mouse. L. Shirt comes over to me and he goes the APP and the Dome it and I said I said I don't do Mickey Mouse but I know him. Yeah yeah he goes by kid. LOVES MICKEY MOUSE. I said can I call him and say my God you Buffalo. I forgot that there was a time difference between it was nine o'clock in the morning six so I called Wayne and I got roussy Minnie mouse Minnie. Mouse were married in real. Yes I remember I met. He said she said listen. Wayne still sleeping sleeping well. He settled for many many men task. Mickey Mouse is asleep and he goes. Yeah that's fine. Give me give me some time to get some coffee. I said Greg Call you back back thirty minutes. Put Her on speaker now. This boy had a deformity of his face and he was never surgery. Didn't speak and she gets on the phone and he is just giddy and he's smiling he's making noises and the parents are crying and I'm crying and I hung up the phone and I invited invited the father to my one man show that night because they had this hospital roussy calls me later on and says nobody knows this wanes not well Oh yeah it. It wasn't sleeping. He's not well. Let me tell you what you just did for this. I'm just I'm going back to where I really generous community. And and it's and and the parents and the never never will forget it. Never it's just it is blazoned in their psyche and I have had people come over to me showing me pictures of their children who passed away and thanking me anchor and and and it is impossible so to to express for me anyway. How what that means to me it is it? Look I love my Gig and I love making a living. But that's way bigger than a paycheck. You Bet it's way bigger than an action. Figure or rating point is a deep connection that people make after their children have left and they will never forget Yago. That's an extra payment you guys getting. Yes friend Paul Williams calls that heart payment. Oh God Lilly. He's a gas asa end and it's like with life animated where I helped like a son and his family speak to each other which I thought how. Oh the hell do that. And and you never in a million years when you got that Gig with thought you know. He's going to be coolest Disney. It's a big deal. It turned out to be a very big deal. But the You know as Paul mentioned. They're happy payment or the payment. You never would have known that. And the fact that we're in this this time now where we can do podcasts. Nice folks like you can have bobby and beyond we can share these stories. It's it's the best part about about being successful quote unquote it is the absolute embodiment of paying it. Forward and also it's effortless. It's just joyful. Yeah love it. Don't you guys in some sense. We talked about this with Dawes. And Bob don't you WANNA pay it forward in some ways to not that you'd nature but also because of the mentors that you had listened. Listen properly taught especially Bob. Well I had people I had I had ause. I had Casey Kasem in my head people who held my hand and I was the the the I I was the kid and I remember saying Casey. Why are you doing this? And he said because you're going to promise to do it again do it over and over and over again. It's one of the reasons. I teach the the reasons that you know. We go to lessen before these fan conventions we didn't even know people watch this. Of course you know you guys are watching because we picked up so we working but we didn't know how people were affected but you had remarkable experiences with the best of the best. I've been very very fortunate now. But you know I think we have a very very generous community but doss said to me dummy would casey sediment. You're going to promise me that you'll keep paying it forward as well and I do and he does. Yeah it's joyous always approached me. His that Mel Blanc was training his son. Noel No MHM to be a voice over to take over the family business and never I I don't know that it ever worked I I mean. I've only worked with Noel once years ago on a tiny toon as well. That's okay so so he. That was his first job. Is that right. Dad died and Knows got to be close to eighty now easily. I think he's in his eighties. Yeah Yeah I know that I remember I was before I moved to La. I was in Cincinnati. I wanted to porky pig turning on the TV. And there's Mel Blanc with his son. I'm saying my son is going to take over and I was like well. That's that and and I think the bottom line is that was his dad's dying wish. Son Do this so I think. Is that this Gill the sweet thing is that his dad left us thinking that his son was gonNA take over and that's all they counts. Yeah yeah I I mean knows. He had some some good voices this. I don't know if he had two chops. Nobody is Mel Blanc. Oh my God none of us are it. Takes half a dozen people and replace them and even if even those of us that are consistently working none of us will ever be or sound a thing like Mel Blind and an original. I'm just like you said I think that's the best way to look at it. As Mr Blank was comfortable that his son was going to do what he requested and I I never worked with them. And what what did no do. I don't know I do know what he did. He was he he he ran blank. Communications and from the sixties on. Oh great no orleans stuff. No Blank Gary Gary Owens and Mel Blanc had a company and they produced commercials hundreds of thousands of commercials. No kidding yeah. Wow because I know about when when you listen to is the radio classics on Sirius. Satellite Radio Jack. Benny's Yes yes. Isn't that the greatest one Mel shows up as a you know a car frigging genius. You guys all you audience glisten to it. It's incredible incredible. These are from the thirties and forties. Mel was Was the Guy Utility player Jack. Benny show and to this day. When when I was a kid in you know watching Johnny my hero and Mel showed up? He'd have Johnny on the floor and have thirty seconds. And Oh my God it was never not fabulous us to have malbranque. Come on. This is where this is where I learned how to do. Porky was listening to Mel Blanc. On radio shows really because he had a character called private sad sad sack porky pig but most of so many of Mel Blanc's characters were sped up. electronially learned that. Talk watching an interview with you. I never knew the daffy he was sped up Sylvester correct this part. Pardon me but this I mean bobby you know. He's the cream of the crop. Have you heard Gill. How how porky does does? Because you've you've broken it down in how porky pretty much does his thing right. Yeah would you mind explaining that this the stutter. You WanNA learn how to do pork. Yes ooh this is very cool but she got but you gotta take it step by step and you have to cut out the sounds with your fingers because if you don't you will go crazy so so first of all do late right say. Let's say the word boy one-two-three boy good now say and Canada fingers Frank Oh no it was just for Gil. Okay boy boy Ed Ed bubby and Bobby Eh Eh Bobby. Gill EPO bit bit. Good if boy I I don't jump ahead frank now asked now wrinkling her nose so as oh boy I I much right. Nasal pot is nasal was never going to work for Gill. Asked HAPP came out nasal off right. Try the nasal about Ebola and Bam boy pretty good now in the third sound pushing more B B boy fight in the dog the dog. I'll buy that Ball Ball Ball a ebb all cool. Now we're GONNA we got. We got the final. Here's the final test. You GotTa do you gotTa do a whole sentence and I'll do it first. Then you're going to mimic me You're able to catch with the dog. Show tastic bobby about doc. That isn't that the coolest thing as I have a seizure salad on Taylor five but I will going back to the celebrity thing so when name that I've I've for porky six times which is also an important part of this whole experiment it. It's not like better known as star and if a new producer comes around and says you know I'd like to hear him again. But BOB's killed every damn time every time I mean. Isn't that the kid I my fingers are crossed but the bottom line is for space jam for the First Base Jim. I'm at the final callback. And they said they're they're actually. They have an offer out Jack Lemmon because he had a real stammer he ah. Yeah how would you change. An iconic character is not about Jack. Lemmon he's I love jazz one of my favorites porky. But the but the casting you said to me you know lots of people have played James Bond. Yeah and that's what I was like. You know I have not. I have no comment. You can't you can't argue. Why Mel Tillis never went out for porky pig? No no kidding on my street. They'll tell us. I heard on twenty twenty five years ago where he said the PORCU's hero show business to relate to import zero. Hey Man I love that. Never takes baby. Okay you've given us the perfect segue which just talking about Mel Blanc. And we're GONNA ask you guys to indulge us while we share this wonderful phone call with our listeners. So so so bob set this up because it's because Gilbert flipped for it and it's it's it's worth hearing ya I I moved to La. My Dad took a job here when I was fourteen so I wanted to be porky. Okay so I just thought I'm going to call the guy and tell them look. I'm here and I've seen on TV and you're you look like you're at retirement age and I would love to give you felt you look one foot put in the grave. I I and I thought it was being very generous dirt nap. Maybe you'd like to help a fellow Jew out here and I got the phone with the whole damn story either. Give us the Reader's digest version. Because it's fascinating well. The Reader's digest story is that I looked in the phone book and I couldn't find his phone number and my dad says you know because we are from Cincinnati 'cause La's bigger than Cincinnati so he traveled from like Pasadena to Malibu Alabama went to the to the to the post offices and he got me a stack of white page. Phone books are cool and I just I. I called every blank in the book and I went from Melba 'em or Mel Blanc and I all CS and Oh yeah. Wow Yeah and I in the kitchen. I had my little portable tape recorder and with a Little Bilton Mike and put the phone on you know and I pushed record. I ran into my parents room. Call the first number. I'm calling from the cartoon Guy Wrong number. Sorry by when we're hung up the phone and I went through the whole book and I couldn't find his number and I thought well maybe it's it's under his wife's name which was a style and I knew that And I found e Blanc in the Pacific palisades and got him on the phone and I recorded it and I and I got the recording. According it's sits up on my website. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA play it. Yeah and now Mr Blank. UH-HUH MR might ask Bob and I'm interested in doing research and should give me any advice on how to go about it. Well placed armed. I used to love it for manny after. I saw shocker. Right you mentioned your wife's name with Dell or you're looking for Just your name in the phone book. I thought specific Estero and I just figured out what your Dr Tell me. Heavy created him. Well I've got one voice. He's fouled hot bus hard to understand. You know I can't do this. Every poison might be congress making like Donald Duck. Em the other characteristic as every time he has something to snap three point talk com. The dial should work dialect. I elect stuff like that and the point. You're working in a studio. Did they tell you on your flex ninety eight shape. Let's talk like that. I just actually be a cartoon character in the garden that I have to agree. I mean he cared. I the flight books on the song on the business on how Korea fourteen fourteen off on the Dan. Did you need a Agent when you started out. Did you hear what I call the studio tonight. What the band increasingly are you have to tell you what happened at the end? My Mom my mom and dad were. I had signs everywhere all over the house in the garage outside aside by the mailbox. Don't hang up the phone. I'm talking to Mel Blanc. My mother comes in story and hangs up the phone. God bless you what. That's a piece of that. Should be in the library of Congress. I wonder if it's also illegal to do that. But it's been over. It was so charming and your voice as a young boy sounded almost like character. Mister blankets. Can I tell you. Do you WANNA weapon. He said he told me he says. Tell me. Have you create an voices if my first thought was when I do this hig but that would be Kinda rude to go there at that point looking looking at this recording now on the in the historical context he he would have no way of knowing imagine that he was talking to someone who would succeed. Feed him on his most famous voices. Because you're only a fourteen year old kid on the phone and he also he goes. You know it's it's a tough business to get into it and I'm like okay. Screw that do you need an agent shit. I'm like I'll just tell whenever it takes and I think that's a really cool thing because there are a lot of us I should say not. Everybody has the a good fortune to know what they're what drives them when they're fourteen whenever the it is ever to be working in a flower shop. An actor man if you're gifted enough up to or blessed with the passionate fourteen and say oh dude. I know exactly what I WANNA do. That's pretty cool. The first time I got up on stage age like an open mic night. He was fifteen. Yep Right exactly it is. It's once they say first one's free baby that man you're done and it really. It's not about you. Don't care that takes time to get an agent. You don't care I gotta drive hear from you gotTa do it. Yeah and Oh my goodness what an experience Bob Cool. I'm Bob Fourteen. Yeah and and and you recognize Mel Blanc's voice the second scenario Hilbert you nailed it. Same thing I I work with mel twice twice and just his like you said listening to this phone conversation. Oh my God. That's that was the great man that was cry. I worked with him twice and once once I got to speak with them and we were working on a jetsons project. He's probably seventy nine and Gordon Hunt. Director said Hey robby you WANNA sit next to mel and of course and I don. uh-huh mustered up the courage to make small talk and I find it said Mr Blank. I'm I'm sorry I don't mean to be bothered but if you if it's not too much trouble would you. And he knew exactly what I wanted and he just looked at what some thought and it just my mind at. That's all it took four words and it was instantaneous. Now they're they're sin amazing story when MEL BLANC was in a coma They kept saying you know Mel Mr Blang melons. At home. He wouldn't answer and the car accident. Yeah after the Car Accident Laurel Oh canyon sunset and the doctor said. Can I speak to bugs. Bunny police and he answered US bugs. Bunny Ronnie Kray. Yeah they they did Did a revival of this is your life back in the seventies and I think it was mel's doctor Dr From Ucla was on saying yeah you just you know Mel was in a coma and he got an idea to say hey bugs bunny are you there and then he tried porky pig and then he tried death sponsor. The characters came back before melded nuts. Isn't that why I it. It is and I honestly God you guys because of this new time in which we live even we can go to all these conventions. They're springing up like zits on a twelve year old everywhere and I'm so glad they are because we get to see firsthand like what Gil was talking about with with respect to life animated and other we get to see it and have people literally. They don't care what we look like but as soon as porky starts talking Oh my God. People often get tearful cheerful. You guys yes. It goes beyond entertainment crazy. I had a guy come up to me on a plane once saying how how how his son and he said was was a tremendous fan of yours cheese and and he said Ah Show Sing. You is making. It makes it better. And then he's I see he's wearing a pin and that is obviously his son. Yeah any affectionately. Hats the PIN and goes well getting better right. And that's something amazing. It truly is Maurice Lamarche. WHO's my friend? Brian and I were up years ago. An event in Dallas Dallas. And what I love about this whole experience is that it's not about age. It's not about money it's not about religious affiliation. It's is not. It's about nothing but pure and utter joy and Big Fella probably six three six four and a quarter tattered out long ponytail finally only makes his way up and I said God yellow big. When are you and he started to get tearful I say oh God I'm sorry? Mr Pulse nuts so sorry I don't mean to be and I said no Jesus the Bill Clinton Clinton to show you something about. I'm really proud to offer lady to Parilla's I give them see guards that sweet grew up in Beverly Hills and she doesn't screwed every one of them. But it wasn't Bill Clinton to thank you. And the very tearful and we started chatting and it turned out out that he had done two tours of duty in Afghanistan. And you know there's combat and you just never know man we you know when I go out On patrol and do my job which was essentially. Kill the bad guys and not get killed yourself something. I will never have any concept of what that's like. Then he and his buddies go back have a couple of beers when they chill out for a couple of days that they're off and they watch pinky and the brain and they watch Ninja Turtles Looney tunes and of course they also watch TV. You think you know regular live action but just hearing pinky and the brain speak to this veteran this escape it. Yeah he got got tearful. Yeah Yeah I mean. It's incredible how. How did how did pinkies voice and this is? You've you've been asked this question a million times. How did you arrive at a a- At pinkie it was You know just like we all do throw stuff against the wall am. Anna Maniacs. was a protracted acted audition piece because everybody knew that it was Mr Spielberg and lots of music and all that stuff some of the wilder and we tried a bunch of different stuff. My heroes when I was a kid where Jonathan Winters Peter Sellars Red Skeleton Carol. Brunette the usual gang. You Know Foster Brooks fought our. Wow Wow yeah. He's anyway so we all played with voices But for whatever reason as it dwindled down I must say that Maurice Reese when he walked in. It was a complete as soon as he opened his mouth. And they put Orson Welles with that picture of the brain and the giant brow. And all you know modeled after our friend. Tom Minton yes. That's why the honor to work for totally day just said Well we don't. We can cancel the rest because we got the brain. Did he come in with they can we. Can you do your rose or something. I think Mo- looked at it and said Oh I think I got something was Maurice. Just walking around doing this Orson Welles impression you know. Of course we know more Maurice's a was a successful standup Rodney Dangerfield. Yeah but He's did such great impressions and it just fit like a glove and so I throw a bunch of different stuff in it we mixed and matched and finally they kept saying you know. got that kind of Weird Cockney vibe that you're doing works really well with the brain and they would try it you know. Write a script and have it go back and forth and I would basically it was the pythons Johnson Peter Sellers who were paying tribute to your to ask some of your comedy. Heroes and totally I every Orson Welles was always that. Yeah Yeah Handy Yes yes and to hear that you go. Oh My god God. That's the voice. Many looped Ed Wood Wood. And when you see Vince to know fro- playing a young Orson Welles it's Mo- is the right. Yeah yes sir. But it's also great is that we love the the fact that we can do this. GIG and people are so versatile most been the voice of Toucan Sam Sam which was a Paul Frees Gig? Yeah he's been doing it for thirty years. Probably longer than Paul did yeah. I think he's doing Ronald Colman. Ronald's follow your nose. We can do that down to found the thing I do now. You know but but also our Buddy Jim Cummings is Winnie. The new tigger the Tasmanian Devil. He's another crazy talent. Oh my God and Ray the firefly and princess and the sang those great songs such a good singer God and when Paul Frees was speaking about you know was born is bad enough and so many other great characters but he was also the pillsbury dough boy. Yeah yeah these guys are just so talented. And it's their utterly different ancillary market. There was a voice over guy. New Name Name. You probably have met him a lend maxwell. Oh Yeah Glenn Maxwell I remember. I used to do the Hawaiian Punch less right. Of course yeah. Yeah and how about a Nice Hawaiian about an ice Hawaiian Punch and I remember. Because he did all these different character voices and I said do you just do a regular voice and he goes. I've got about ten regular voice. Yeah and they all sounded like he wasn't putting on a voice he's imagine that was Paul Frees and you go to Disneyland and the Haunted Mansion. Paul frees opens his mouth. And it's just incredible. And and Herschel Bernardi was charlie the tuna very good. I just all so cool and Buddy Arnold Stang remember on top Castrol. Yeah he was doing the hill silvers. That's right yeah and Marvin Kaplan who on this show to not see how is how old is mark. He's gone way. He was terrific really Paul Lorenzo Music. We are all very good good buddies with Lorenzo and what was so so charming Lorenzo. He knew we had one voice. Yeah but we aren't remember auditioning with him for a Knott's Berry Farm Halloween radio spot right so he's supposed to be the Knott's Berry farm. Hi Welcome Knott's Berry Farm. How can I help? On playing like a Dracula guy do bobbing for blood or whatever. It was okay so we get done and we're getting ready to leave an so great Lorenzo says says he robbed you mind if we switch characters and I read for will know if the if you know casting sure so we switch and I say hi. Welcome to Knott's Berry Farm. The Blood Lorenzo WASN'T DRACULA. Carlton the Doorman Eh. Did you ever hear the wren's demo his Lorenzo's demo literally two minutes of different commercials of him saying hello in different ways. Yeah Hi honey. Hi Oh hi hi there. How Was it Kentucky Fried? I chicken voice guys right one thing but he did so well and he was but of course. He made all his money producing and writing Mary. Tyler Moore Rhoda League writer. I remember remember when we had Marvin Kaplan on this show the first thing I spoke to him on the phone I and the first thing you recognize that voice. He's immediately and Frisbee and the great race and and right. Yeah you know. He obviously didn't understand like podcast and he and he goes I. Do I have to dress up for. It's hard I I was really good over. Because he's such a you as the body. The man I'm afraid I think I dislocated my scapula putting on my slip. Agitate about some of these other names because we have bob and I were talking on the phone. He said he worked with a great Howard. Morris Oh yeah yeah and how. It's name I'm already came up the House Smith Dave Howard. Morris was part of your show of shows. How does Andy Griffith and they worked with him if he was a director after? I never called monster high very good Monster High Oh yes originally to risk risk hangman and blazing sound so my very first naughty. My first my first commercial ever yeah was was for the Church of Jesus Christ front door so no one of the tribes. So I I walked in and ridgely walks in the dog and we're on phone patch with Utah and you and and ridgely walks up to the Mike and says has a dog and there's a long pause long pause and over the I hear a a WHO said that the engineer in La says that was Bob. And I'm originally. That was originally slated. Bergen originally little hormone Norman. Same Way. Yeah I remember seeing Pat McCormick the voice caster and I somebody had asked him while I was there and I. It's a true story. I'm sure he told her about what was the. What was the Best Karnak response? That didn't make it. The answer is Cock Robin Conc Robin and the open the envelope. And this has been my mouth Batman that's something and cat McCormack's holding court and telling that and then I swear to God another time I walked and it was like it was like being in Broadway. Danny rose member we're Johnny Hamer Short was the guy. He's the guy in Annie Hall. Who's doing a wonderful from here? Exactly thank this is why I love your show so much because you guys were talking about so I walk in and I had literally watched any hall like two nights before and I see Johnny Hamer and I said Oh my god Mr Hamer Hi. My Name is Rob Paulsen. I'm such a fan. I gotTa tell you Sir I just watch you know a anti hallway of an and before I finished he goes. Oh you mean hey. The Room looks wonderful. From here he just went on. You push the God Sale L. Mash to Nobody who knew Bob Ridgely said to me that like the way had that weird ending where he wind up in prison boogie night crying said had Bob Ridgely live longer. That would have been out. We could doubt listen. I I remember my wife and son and our heading down to San Diego on a train. 'cause it's a fun thing to take the starlight coast starlight. So we go down there and I. It was four o'clock in five o'clock in the afternoon on a Good Friday going down for Easter. And I said I'm going to go grab something but I have to hunting. I'M GONNA go. We'll get some food. I gotTA walk through another passenger car. Get to the food car and you guys. I opened the door to walk through this passenger car and I hear this booming various patty. His wife's name was Patty Patty. There's the man I was telling you about within the enormous package young bad over here year frigate ridgely standing Up on a jammed. Your train screaming about me and my package bobby. Oh my God. He had such his mind on very quick. And you're right guilt because Ted Day all blessed we have we have but we have a casting office here called voice cast which we don't go to nearly as often as we used to but we would go there and finished reading. Oh Yeah but there's originally Jackie Angel Danny any dark and everyone holding court and you're like Pat McCormick. Oh my God exactly just a highly groups every someone I I never worked correctly with but I was in a voiceover With was I did this thing. They did like a new TIKI room thing. So I did you know a Jago and then for another bird there and I never met him. Unfortunately Frank Rafer NCOA off. Authorities Scion thorough. Tony the Tiger Tony. What a voice? Except he was also the guys that you're a mean one grinch thorough Ravenscroft turn was the voice of Tony The tiger almost until he died like in news ninety s right so it was incredible. And he's another one of those guys that you see them and you go. It's an interesting look guy. And then he says they're great. Gosh I just mind blowing. But what a set of pipes on that guy about this other actors Dave Madden Henry Gibson. Ruth Bush Bill Daley. I know you guys worked with Hanna. Barbera worked with everyone of those people every single one and they all. They all had a blast doing cartoons. Because they were you know what what you got. It's it's wonderful for young actors to hear this. Every one of those people was grateful to work at the end of story because Dave Madden to me was You know the the manage Ruben. Yeah and I remember Having an experience with George hearn now to me I love love Broadway stuff. George hearn one Emmy Tony's for Leakage and and Sweeney. Todd Yeah and here's a guy who's the toast of Broadway so I'm working at Hanna. Barbera Robert and I walked in. I think it was smurfs or something and I thought Oh my God George hearns here today so we got to know each other we chatted. WHO's a lovely guy and I finally asked what I wanted to ask was essentially? What the hell are you doing right right? And so what a lesson he says. Well let me tell you something rob firstly. Actually I did Sweeney Todd with Angela. Lansbury Angie's now doing murder. She wrote so she's got me out here to do a three episode arc for which I'm very grateful full and then Gordon Hunt Who's directing the cartoons here good friend from Theater and I'm happy to be here and I said well it's a pleasure and we're so grateful that you you know. I'm so grateful that you took the time. And he let me say my peace and he's he's look here's how it works. I want a couple of Tony's and so I can't take it just any GIG on Broadway because I you know I so I have to take a big GIG. I have an apartment in the city and a home in Connecticut Etiquette and I need the money so it never stops I am. It's a cool thing for actors to hear about Henry Gibson Ruth Buzzy all these people who were became cultural. Icon these Gary Owens. Every story in Hollywood and they just needed to keep working working. It doesn't stop. There are very few Brad Pitts in the world. You know whether also that these were these were not the days of the twenty million movie they were grateful to be working. People hadn't had a GIG since last fans right and a crazy person. You met an audition. Bob Was Orson Welles at my first audition. Why audition take my I I was I was sitting at dump? Its office and this was a talent agent and in Walks Orson Welles and sits next to me. And I'm looking looking at my slim. And he sits next to me and he smells like cigars and curdled cottage cheese and your line is what and give up show business and I could and I could tell that he's he was rather moist because I could feel his essence you look. He looks over at my script. Yeah I'm not. I'm not mo but he lives over my script and he goes. I believe were reading together. Would you like to. Oh Yeah I we go out we go out in the lobby and we run through it and he goes. That'll do and we go into the booth and the booth with. This is the size of this chair with one Mike to know. And you'll just stand next to a petri dish. Well we're facing each other because that's the only way we could both be on Mike and his stomach is is on unmined man. What a story? When we're done round circle of stomach and I'm like welcome to show Biz? I aw I will never ever wash shirt again. I've got snapped right right exactly and you guys. I love that. So have you guys seen the videos most got him the videos of Orson Welles God yes utterly tank. Thank tap -solutely and I just I mo doesn't know the French champagne is aware of of Maurice's impression of him. I I don't think so. I don't know that mow ever met Orson but to this day you know when Mohan iron together and stuff I always choice compel him to do. We know remote farm in Lincolnshire Slow Rise Pinky and the brain. Yeah Chris he he. It becomes a Falsetto Seto. Voice in Palmerstown where he goes the free those poor more kids. You know these young actors going on my parents and working with with a person wells and they're waiting for the cue and the Director and action and then there's like thirty seconds is supposed to say something off and the kids poor the Oh my God. It's just whose idea you wasn't to take the the infamous. We know a farm and were the Mrs Buckley Lives Pinky and the brain was that Ruger. Yeah I think it was and it was was essentially a like a four hundred thousand dollar joke because we came to work that day and it turned out to be a really very sweet circumstance Mo- had literally just come back From Sam Kennison's funeral. They were very good pals and so he made it to work and we all knew that he had a tough day. And so we didn't hit we had not They producers had not sent Maurice the script so we were doing our you know Mike checks and stuff. Often Maurice started read it and it was like Oh my God wait a minute this is this is the the commercial this is the thing and it was almost verbatim with with the exception of the you know the words and it turned out great. It's just turned out to be brilliant. You must have just loved. Oh He's just sucked sucked it up. It was great. I remember The day that Sam Kinnison died I was over at some. Some managers offers some big man. I think it was Kennison's manager and the girl was looking through her filed and she she took out a card and tossed it into the trash saying well. We won't be using this one anymore and I reached in and it said Sam Kinison on dear. What a metaphor for Hollywood? Yeah are let me throw people that we lost fairly recently. Carol channing and Rip Taylor. I worked with them both Adam span and work with her. I did an animated version of an John Esten. I didn't hear what what an light full guy sweet guy and I did A. They did a thirteen episode. Series of the addams family for Hanna. BARBERA and Mr Ashton Aston Played Gomez Grandma was Carol channing. Rip Taylor was Uncle Fester. It was unbelievable liberal and then they had these Brought in these characters played next door. Neighbors Allah the Kravitz on bewitched. What the Hell is going on in that house and it was me and my wife was played by eating McClurg and check this out this talk about great show Biz Trivia? The the actor who replayed our son was Dick beals. The Voice of eighty nine member on David and Goliath House. How's Davey and and Dick beals? Who played my son? Was My parents age as you. You may recall. Dick beals was just a small person born in nineteen twenty seven and he spoke like this his whole life out here. David and Goliath Davey. Hal Smith was Goliath is right and Davey was Dick. beals and speedy alka Seltzer Dick beals. So here's a great story talk about being an enterprising young man Dick writes a book called perfect. Think big so we get to work and Dick has a few books and he said I just like to thank you very much have written a book and and you're all. We're very proud of this with Hanna. Barbera would you like a copy of the book I said. Oh My god Mr Beal's thank you so much and so he signed me to rob you know. Good luck always Dick beals feels so I'd take the thank you so much Dick. Turn to walk away that that'll be that'll be ten fifty. You're serious heart attack ads sir. Of course I wasn't gonNA take credit cards and check this out so so I said Oh of course Dick Smart Guy. He's already signed it right and I said I'm so sorry all I have is twenty. That's Okay I've got. I've got change. I know what I'll do. I'll sucker the kid in. Make him feel good outside it to them and then I'll hit I'm with you owe me ten fifty sun. It was great bobby. Yeah what about you at the Christmas. Parades Bob the work in the grandstand Jimmy. Stewart Mickey Rooney. Yeah I did for about ten years. I was the grandstand announcer for the Hollywood Christmas walking. You're a history book of all these things we didn't know about the well it was it was pretty cool. It made my first year. You're Jimmy Stewart was the Grand Marshal and I'm I'm on. I'm down on the street with the moving cars. And Ladies and Gentlemen Jimmy Stewart and I give him the Mike and he's got me by the arm and the Mike's on a cord is before and he's talking he goes. I'm here on glorious hair and it's a wonderful life harvey's his hair and and I'm starting to lose this lack of my core especially cars moving moving strip Mr Mr. I'm losing. I'm losing. I drop the MIC. Got Me by the elbow. L. Boy's death grip on my elbows. I'm walking. How old was he at this time? One hundred six and I'm walking. I'm walking down Sunset Boulevard towards highland. And I missed her story. You're they're just talking to nobody right now. Just let's just you and me. Yeah Gio and million harsh. And what about Mickey Rooney. Oh God Mickey Rooney was. I mean I loved Mickey Rooney. He's one of my all time favorite entertainers but if you look a bullshit her I mean if he it tells he tells me he was. You know when I was a little boy I sat on Walt Disney's knee. Yeah and he said Mickey I'm going to create a cartoon cartoon character after you. Oh dear so mickey mouse was him. Well that's what he says and the world. According to Mickey Rooney none of it is true right. But God bless Mickey Bruce. Almighty God is needed to know that I heard a story that Mickey Rooney who's doing a show somewhere and his big thing and this was like all the workers who would gather out. Hey Mickey is doing it again and Mickey would be on a aw wall phone and he'd be like fucking some chorus girls the wall while talking to his his wife over them all. I have to say that find large I I have to say. I've never heard good things about. I don't know I just WanNa Know Mickey Rooney record that conversation that animate. We did a song that goes h a great big universe and we are really puny. Where just tiny little specks about the size of Mickey Rooney tastic? Let's Let's this is just because it was in the intro and because Gilbert is obsessed with the bad voices on the beyond the Old Beatles cartoons Oh yeah and this is obviously before just came along because is he could he could knock ringo out par he really could yeah but he was probably not even born but it's ball. Paul frees turns out to be the guy who was doing John John Lennon God. Yeah he was doing to Camp Sam it was doing over. Hey Hey all joel. Jr Vent Jar among the other actors. Were I think it was like two of them. Doing all. Four Ford was a woman. You're one of them was a woman problem. Yeah I can't I didn't write down Our Name. I never knew that I mean I watched that show because I was the part of Beatlemania. Sure but I had I. You're a rock and roll guy. Yeah yeah now. I'm getting a mental block. I hate when this happened. And the voice of of the wizard of is Frank. morano frank was was Frank Morgan what you're doing for Captain Crunch Oh. That's a good question did was was ause do. Most of Dawson's characters were impressions of Classic Accurate Win. Well well a wally gator with ED and Bert Lahr lawyer even even You might have gotten garage. Oh Yeah Kevin. Cross days attention to the man behind the bell. I don't know I the frank isn't billy adding a little Frank Nelson to one of those Futurama characters. Sea Frankenhausen yes and one thing Nelson. Yes it was funny it does at one doctor Warburg or something a little bit of Jacoby. I think it's toby meets. George is in is in one of the other characters with with with with the meat I leave the markets on my Shangri Ch. That was he was because he talks about how he breaks. That right zoe birds because he takes that Lou Jacobi Kobe in the diary of Anne. Frank correct right because he's Bull Shit Zuhdi or something like that. Easy you Are you start stole from the children. S The food from the children takes that in mash makes it a Wacky zany cartoon in reference right. Yeah Yeah have you heard Gilbert's Chessel no let me hear okay. Okay how long Mama Drudgery Son Drudgery the one that change your checks every Niger in my did you get that paradise. Angel- Watt you're right the power that power folks lives knowing were ages. Something that's great. That's our God does a big call for these days. Yeah Yeah Hey kids love it. Who did the Voice of Boris Karloff? In God's monsters Oh my that's interesting it wasn't Maurice. No not that I know of will have to check into that. I will have to check out because I don't really know I. That's a great brandon frazier. Bob McFadden that used to do the. The KARLOFF voiced. The Guy The guy that did the Franken Berry in Count Chocula because as right up his alley see see. I don't even know who was it. The Monster Mash. Do you know who did the voice of Singer I was always. Yeah Bobby Boris he would have been gone by then and I never knew who did the voice once in Gods and monsters who was a more natural everybody does like on. Yeah everyone does that. was that was. Boris Karloff. Doing Thriller Jazz and I and Grinchey but if you heard him on on conversations Oh my God. He decided nothing. No he's very very sweet gentle like What's his name? Jonathan Harris Harris. I worked with that guy one hundred times. What a gas? Oh my God I said to him. So Mr Harris. What part of England are you from he goes? I'm not British boy on the thected yes he. Yeah we're on a Brooklyn Jew and proud of it. Anyway I refer to his old to his wife as the O.. Dragon Dragon Oh my God. He was in the bill. Dana show when he was in the original Broadway cast of teahouse of the August. Moon wounded good unbelievable. Oh I love wants made a cartoon of problem child and Jack Warden as as says big bill. I should remember the name so that people in problem child big big big same or big whatever they got Jonathan Harris and with them or do or do you work so this time. I was lucky enough to do one episode episode with him and I I at that time I know Wa. I think Howard Stern was always talked about wanting into get Jonathan Harris and I it was great and I said to Jonathan Harris and I said would you ever do The the Howard turn any goes. I sounded like Dr Smith all the time. And he don't talk to me so it was so the top but I did cartoon series with him called Channel Humpty three thirteen episodes Alice Ellis ghostly hair my God oh it was just. I think it's probably on Youtube now. But Oh Jeez every week for about a year Eh Not a year. Six months and doing eighty are and post production and he always had these wonderful stories about You know the old Hollywood. In fact act. He was telling a story about. Get this the wrap party for lifeboat with Lula bankhead and still win. Would at the wrap party. So he said I'd like to show who her story absolutely true. I swear as God's witness I walked into the left part around a lifeboat and I see an Agata used this nasty word but it's true the C Word I see these to see words and the Corn WanNa are holding court. Awful people awful people walked up very drug. He says he goes. He walks up to a style to to Lula. BANKHEAD head young Randolph. Scott looking type but he walks up. He says Miss Bankhead. I should like to fuck you. And she takes his hand and she says and so oh you shall dear boy upstairs to story. Oh my God. Stealing Cavite avid story about Chicago probably probably stolen from chief cabinet but it was so great because he told her with his stage. I remember when they did that. Movie New York stories and the Woody Allen One had bake wet set-back Betty Boo oil and write an olive oil little she was hysterical and that hear the voice actors from the beadle. Cartoon Paul Frees was John George Lance Percival Brennan. He says he was in the carry on series was British. It allows. That's right he had Paul and Ringo and the and Julie Bennett and Carol Corp eulalie bands to work with Julie Bennett Julie Ben. I never worked with her but she did. A lot of Warner Brothers Voices Mel Blanc was only able to get the sole screen credit because he asked for a raise in the forty s and they wouldn't give as and he said. Can I have screen credit and that causes. She's as in. Hey there it's Yogi bear in sixty four and go gay purry Insignif- to about that. And what's Richard O'Brien the you re. I think I think that was his name. The original Voice of Elmer Fudd. Arthur cured Roy Bryan Bryan and a lot aradio. Brian died in the middle of the production of. What's Opera Doc? Oh Wow yeah one. Nineteen fifty nine onic and Mel Blanc has one word in that as Omer fudd vied whitening statewide and also near goes smog. And Arthur Q Bryan was so ill. He couldn't get the energy out so mel scream. Screens is outside dog and then how Smith took over for Elmer fudd is that right for a few cartoons and then melted them until he passed because I watched opera doc ezek genius essential. Yeah I didn't even. I love classical music. And that was my introduction to to Wagner. Everybody should ride of the valkyries Al Korea. So it's called. Kill the web at great you guys WanNa take whack at this crazy thing sure who're and pinkie and a hand pork. Is this your idea. Frank thank you. You're very kind. I did a lot of searching for something that had three performers in it. Oh no this is. I think the audience will recognize this movie. Okay great this. Isn't Nicole read. This is a frozen retail. I apologize for its length but I have every game the age anytime I apologize for. Its length I it looks wonderful from here. Okay all right thank you very much. Let me take. Aw simple sure. Heidari hydration operation listenership recognize the movie. Okay you're ready Gill yes all right. Fire Away Sunny. We ought to hear what they they have to say. No no no no more. Not Time can't tell Jerry no more meetings and no more discussions no more size. Sala tricks you Give Him one message. I want Sollozzo F not eight out war. We go a mattress mattress. Well yes but some of the families won't sit still for all out war day may end me a lot. How how your father would not want to hear this this business? It's not personal berry. Shot my father edge age beds Yar is even shooting of your father was business. It's not personal sunny. Wow then day. It's slow awry and listen. Do me a favor Tom. No more advice on had a patch. Things up hell may win bullied right. I found out about this captain mcklusky. Who broke Mike's Charles? Now he's definitely on some of those payroll and for big money. mcklusky has agreed to be the Tut's buddy God what you have to understand sunny is that all is that while salutes as being in God like he wasn't vulnerable now. Nobody has ever gunned down a New York. Police captain never it would be disastrous. All the five families would come to a US sunny. The KALYANI family would be outcast. Even the old man's political protection would run for cover. So do me a favor. North take this into consideration. All right. We'll wait I can't wait. I say they can't wait. I don't care what the Sollozzo says. He'll he's GonNa kill the Apple Pie he's GonNa kill a hitting my daddy that's it. That's a keeper him. It gotta get you gotTa get you gotta get. What's his name? Let me yes. You're south professor. I mean what about this mcklusky you. Why do we do with this cop here? Able to have a meeting with me right. It'll be me. The Kospi is allows the salon that other guy seven meeting. But we where it's going to be held now insist that the public will be a public Abeille a public. The Bar Restaurant took place where there's a lot of late if he leaves these eight that safe. They're gonNA search and I I meet him right. I can't have a weapon on me. But if he commanded that sounds like a venereal disease come and figure out way to have a weapon plan today for me then I'll kill them. We'll be killing me. We'll be able be if they both did. And now the slow after breaks out. Aw Hey why do you do nice. College boy didn't Wanna I WANNA get mixed up in a family business. Now you're on a gun down the police cap one frank because he's what you enough face a little bit yet this is the army way. Your shoot 'em a mile away. Get close like this but obeying blow blow their brains Olo yet. nightside relieved sued yet taken taken. It Very Personal Tom. This is business this man taking it very personal out. Come on my wait a minute I mean talking to you about a compass mixed up in the the trucks talking talking about a dishonest cop and crooked cop except in the book Iraq. It's and got. What was he come into them after eight terrific horrific story? Now we have a name newspaper people on the payroll dully eighth at Tom. They might make a story like that. Well you know now that you mention it they might yet they it just might. It's not personal sunny. It's strictly be restricted will be able to murder clench shadow padre ladies very. Well gone frank on my guns Gobert. That was so great either going I will never be able to watch the the fans out there right now as we speak. Somebody's going to animate this. Let's I feel like I can get together with the two who've you and just do godfather one two and three I'd have to. I'd why not and you know we we all of us at different conventions chains and stuff. We get to do similar things that that not to this level frank you or that was really all. I'm glad you thought so. Yeah let's just trying to find something iconic that people would recognize. That had three in three parts and you do that. It's it's just the coolest thing we we done princess bride. We've done we've done dirty. There's like there's one of the bookers who has ask for. Jeff Jefferson. Yeah you'll have a wheel. He'll spin the wheel and whatever movie it lands on. He'll be like okay rob. We Got Star Wars skier skier. Look Skywalker lost data. We have a prison so much fun. porky pig Princess Leia. Hell they'll be while the unhappily it'll be one of my Hologram orcas forgiving. Let's do Jake. It's Chinatown the remaking Chinatown Rob's wonderful book Gil lessons it's terrific. It's about gratitude. Rob Paulsen voice lessons. How a couple of Ninja Turtles? Pinky Anna Maniac saved my life not got it. Oh what that's not hyperbole. The frigging truth I Thank you guys for bringing that up I am I. What's that actually? We make plans in God laughs from three years ago. I feel a little lump on my neck and it turns out to be staged three throat cancer and you guys were kind enough to have me on chat about it before but it's not about that we all got got our stuff. We all know that You know Gil was kind enough to to focus on some of the children. He's had contact with right now. I mean Jesus Right now. Somebody's getting getting a phone call about their baby. Somebody's getting a phone call about their wife. Somebody's getting a phone call about a twenty seven year old father just had a chai and so I'd already had this incredible career and wonderful family. But I didn't die. What I did was get the daylights Outta me because the treatment but now and Bob and I were just talking about this? We've had wonderful careers but in the context of Hollywood. It's not a big deal. We're just lucky that we've been working but when you're able to Haven't experienced like this that I certainly wouldn't recommend anybody. However if you gotta go through it you come out with a impossibly deep sense of not only gratitude but empathy so we now have the experience where where I I can now go to sit with someone or talk to them hold their hand or whatever metaphorically or otherwise? When when I say boy I know I know and it turns out and I was just on Dr drew's show on KABC? And and he said you know rabbi often talked to people who say Gosh you know. It's turned out that I have the gift of cancer or the gift of fill in the blank. Because if if you're able to contextualized what a problem is what struggle means. It turns out that you can really be helpful. And and in my case it was as a result of this book in the context of these characters because all of us here have been fortunate to work on shows that bring utter joy the people and so now Do Too Nice folks like you opportunities to do some public speaking. It turns out that I have this bully pulpit from which I I can I can tell my story and then like you're talking about people come up to us at these events through tears telling me thank you for sharing your story about throat cancer. Let me tell you about my my brother who just died of liver cancer. But he's you know it. He fought as long as he could but he the last six months of his life every day. Hey that he would have this particular treatment. That was very difficult for him but it kept them around for another holiday. We all had our watches on Alarms because because we had a little piece of Ninja Turtle Memorabilia. Every time that this young man would go through his treatment so every day I had my turtle action configured my pocket or my turtle Bandanna because my brother who just passed away at thirty seven lived for the Ninja Turtles and so- turtles will mean more to my family that you'd never know and that's what I'm learning as a result of the book so for us for talking about one of the touching things in the book to is your friendships is Maurice. And and trust and Sean Astin Austin and Randy and now everybody was there for you totally. You know who your friends are when the chips are down. Yeah and the truth is that my wife and I decided not to talk about it too much because there was no point again. Everybody's got their shit. I gotTa Tell You I saw you. I don't know if there's an audition or a job and I heard I didn't know I felt terrible but bob you didn't know because we didn't tell exhibited you're just saying that that nobody knew sure and I all I kept thinking was and you know I've known rob for thirty something years time. We're not like we don't break bread every day but we're friends I sure and I've just felt. Oh my God I wasn't there from an rand but you guys need your spacing to deal with your time. Yeah but I agree with you guys this book and I read it right. You're signing. It is brilliant. Thank you well a lot of humor. It does because it's about that in fact my My radiation oncologist the first time I met him. You know Dr Henry Impulse comes. This is Mr Paul Son. He's his pleasure to meet you. I I know what you do for leaving. Giving him sure we can help you. I don't know if you'll be able to you know we're pretty sure we can cure you but before we do. We almost have to kill you. I started laughing because it reminded me of like like a cheesy cheap goldfinger. Tim Tamra off do you Mr compulsively. Do you expect me to say are nomadic. Pinky expect you to cure an But anyway it thank you because due to my wonderful friend Mike Leeman. WHO's the real guy who did all the heavy lifting? It turned out to be a good book. I'm really proud of it. Assadi to was Bob. Sa's thank you. It's it. He was his idea to open up the the book audio uh-huh an imprint with Pinky. Getting the news broke into him that I had cancer and so I say just Pinky I gotta go to chat with you about something bad news rob well it Kinda. Yes Oh no is Rosie. o'donald back on TV. Well what is it what is it well. Let me put it this way my soaking not. Let's put it. I'm not a cancer. I'm a pisces. Although it seems I. Haven't you have cancer. Well Yeah are you GONNA die. I I don't know maybe who's GonNa pay for this fucking job and that what you guys guys you're doing right now is music to our. We're all in the comedy business and you know I it to be able to laugh as we all do and then you you you get to meet these people. As we've all discussed today who've kept in touch with US or Gilbert's great story about the man patting the picture of his son. Yeah it turns out that these he's characters that we've all been involved in have a deeply personal utterly positive effect on all of them even through the the possibility of burying your child. I will never know what that's like. Thank God and people do it every day and they get up the next Goddamn Day and they put on their shoes they soldier on so I now have these examples of profiles encouraged that I never would have had otherwise. And that's what the book is about. The book is about how powerful awful is humorous. Well congratulations thank you very too often to all three of you for using your gifts. It's a pleasure in such a way. Let's let's Let's get the plugs into a new looney tunes girls a pile of our two hundred new shorts She's a kind of a bag of money. AAC Dude I. I'm so blessed because it's like it looks like you're looking at nineteen forties. Bob Look so colour. We've got one. It's called cursor the Monkey Bird word that's out for Oscar consideration in the theater. So thank you. Frank was literally talk about. I gotTA stop dropping names. Bobby Niro told me that I had lunch yesterday with San San registered president of Warner Brothers animation and man. Did he go on about you. And those shows blesses their chiller. And what's happening with the maniacs reboot Lantau how we're coming back as a result of the largest of Mr Spielberg and Hulu and Warner brothers. Animated Accent Pinky and the brain are coming back next year. I guess about this time but as we all know it's a brave new world. The way programming happens on. Hulu and Netflix is kind of like I guess yeah. We'll we'll put them on time. We don't no when we don't have to worry about you know. We're not beholden to advertisers. So we'll put them up next year But it is so exciting in to know that the king of Hollywood is said Hey. I think we should do this again. That's a really big deal for anybody Moreover when you get Mister Spielberg to be able to say this show has has really had an impact on on people and not with respect to merchandising. It's really not like Ninja Turtles Show like looney tunes that affects people viscerally. And it's art for the sake of the art and so to be able to do it again with Mr Spielberg at that level and my buddies is just a gift. That I don't even know how to quantify I'm WanNa plug to your life. Show I WANNA plug you and Randy nanometer lives I came. I brought my wife down to Joe's pub to see you guys and it's magnificent. Show thanks. I hope you keep doing that. We will and I I'll tell you it's it's Glorious Fun You folks can can have a check on a check it out it's at Animated Action Concert Dot Com. I either that or animating actually and it doesn't matter you can find it both ways but you'll get a chance to see the music that Ranchera Gal row randy is ingenious. I don't mind certainly is going my God you did that. You did that. Countries of the World Song in one take I did but I had a week to rehearse it and I had the music in front of me. Look we live in Hollywood. You Guys Are New York. You can walk down the street and throw in dark and hit a good singer. I'm good at my job but a lot of people could sing it writing that shit. Shit no no. He's he's he's truly way different. So yeah thank you very much come. CNN Maniacs and concert. It's cool all right boys and my God. We could go on for days. Aw Christ her man thank you and I. I you mentioned a few times Teenage mutant Ninja Turtles. Yeah I was on three episodes of I know you get Craig Crime yes you and Roseanne. Aw Roseanne Playboy played like the crank boss lady and you're crank subprime and let me tell you when we went to work and we said WHO's going to be playing this and they said Gilbert Godfrey we just all of us. Seth Green Played Leo. I played wrath. Uh Sean Astin Raphael. I played I played Donatello and editor Greg Sex Played Michelangelo. Everybody freaked out and it worked. Great it was inspired fired casting. Have you seen it. I haven't seen it yet please. I think I think it's on Nickelodeon or you can certainly go on nick. The the nick website or you could probably even go to Youtube but you gotta see your episodes because it turned out great. I'll have to watch it. It's really good. We'll do another one of these down the line jets because there's so much tougher. 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Arthur Blank: Co-Founder of Home Depot and Owner of the Atlanta Falcons | #ThePlaybook 292

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Arthur Blank: Co-Founder of Home Depot and Owner of the Atlanta Falcons | #ThePlaybook 292

"On. This episode of the playbook I have Arthur blank co founder of Home Depot the owner of the Atlanta Falcons and the author of the New Book Good Company Arthur night discuss why strong core values are essential for all organizations to be successful join us for all of this and more on the playbook. This is entrepreneurs the playbook. Each week I bring you some of the greatest athletes, celebrities, an entrepreneur to talk about their personal and professional playbook to success, and what made them champions on the field and in the boardroom. I'm your host David. MELTZER. This voucher with entrepreneurs, the playbook, and I have an old mentor and I don't mean older age I. Mean He is a mentor to so many Arthur blank everyone knows co-founder home depot owner of Atlanta Falcons. Landon United but he's much more than that to me. He taught me the compassionate capitalism model. The book that I wrote is off of mentors like Arthur blank people who understand that they receive to give and they're inspired to give back to the community more than anything else Mr Blank sir, welcome to the playbook. Thank you David I think any questions you want asked me I think you could probably answer yourself. You've got the sounds like you've got the book down in your heart but. I love it. I gotTA share a story with you to start because you. You'll laugh being an entrepreneur being someone who has great. Emotional intelligence knows people in human nature and have built one of the greatest businesses in America on that I. When I started at lease, you're one of those people that I could not remember your name. And So funny. I. Just could not every time. I saw you I, I'd asked Lee and one time I asked I said. I. Go Lee who is that every time I, see him my mind draws a blank. Literally thought it was joking he goes you're kidding, right I go no I I literally draw blank every time. This guy you go dave that's his name. Arthur blank as US I've never forgotten your name since that. You're all blank well, he'll. You've written a new book did company. and. You know give me the premise of while I after this journey. Now you've written this book what what is the message you'd like to share? Well I think it's probably very much like you You have expressed I think that. What we have found I think through the twenty three years launching h do Bernie. Marcus my partner and And then you know Lanta Falcons Line United of PGA TOs superstar Golf Retail America Mount Sky. Number one dude ranch, the West several ranches out west and our foundation. and Mercedes? Benz, stadium which has been incredible addition to Nala Housing Atlanta. Falcons been itself unbelievable facility. I think what we found over that long period of time was interesting is that When I bought the Falcons, I got some good counsel from Robert. Kraft, who had. Sorry. Tell about story in the book but based breakfast when I was up in New York with commissioner Tagliabue's orientation Robert said to me. You know you're going to hear a lot of things NFL's different and you know you can't. You know you can't run the business the same way as you do you know hd and all that kind of stuff and he said I'm my viewpoint is that you same values have been placed stable work in the NFL. So I think the this story really is is an extension of that is that what I have found is that not only with the Falcons Rowley other businesses in the entities I mentioned. those same set of values though six core values are exactly what we have put in place with no change at all regardless of geography or. Environment or situation or whether it's fans guests, customers wherever we will be serving always associates I have worked beautifully both delivered both ends of the Vaudeville the weight on one side being the need for profitability. 'cause you WanNa have a sustainable organization. Otherwise you know it's great. Two years it's gone and it's not. You know it's not good for anything or anybody on the other hand all the things that you feel passionate about and I feel passionate about and frankly our young population are Bologna population. Cares very deeply about and that is you know having having purpose. In their lives every purpose beyond just making money if you will. And I think the beauty of the book and a beauty stories and ones that you're associated with is that you know you can have, both in fact, you need both really to to really be able to be committed to the sustained success in all areas of life and whether it's you know people cross it's planet or an acknowledgment. Finally, the Business Roundtable one, hundred, ninety, two of the senior executives in America today who now publicly acknowledged that it's not just about making profits, but it's about you know shareholder. Shale evaluation, but also the Environment Associates House if who was serving house it from suppliers other stakeholders as well. So I think. This book. Tell stories of the way that same value set is communicated throughout all these different environments with the same degree of success, and in our case ninety, eight percent of the profitability is being recycled back in society throughout Family Foundation. So it's a beautiful circle you know of life. If you will that we know works and worked regardless of the situation. It's amazing how those values can be common denominator no matter. The variance of all the different businesses that you're all Atlanta peas I know you both both of us here in the junior achievement hall of fame on the now chief chance or junior achievement university with Bob Proctor Jack Canfield, and we're giving all of our content to the kids you. One of the lessons are common denominators beyond the values that I. Think you stand for is what I call the. the need to you must be what you can't be you know living to your potential and it takes self-determination drive persistence consistency in order to do that, I'd love you to share some of your advice on how we do stay consistent how we stay passionate inspired so that we can live to our potential because I think to me that's the common denominator of great successful people I. I think. That's true. I think you know David I think if you change. Your composting of compass in life if you will, if you change your direction every day. Every day you're going to different way I mean you're not there's no consistency to it and you're not making progress. And the beauty of a values based approach to business. or any sort of institution Is that it sets a compass in place that you can follow under any what weather yet you dealing with a CODA pandemic. Economy social unrest. Or Arroyo economy these values work and and they attract the right kind of associates. And they and they keep the right kind of associates and they keep focused on on the the intangibles if you will the relationships between who you're serving, who's doing the serving and and the communities living in. With great great consistency and I think today are populations are becoming much more demanding work in that kind of environment that I've ever been before. It one of the other things isn't saying you know when you squeeze a lemon lemon juice comes out in other words when we're under pressure when things aren't going as planned, we really find out what's inside of us and you really represent great composure. You know now especially with the public, always viewing us with telephones and everything you know your consistent composure is extraordinary and for me I remember. Warren. Moon obviously my business partner over the last decade I. He's a mentor mind the majesty of calmness. He you know in the buffalo game, he had the same demeanor when they came back as he did when he was way ahead, you are the same way on and off the field as well. Completely composed you know I had to learn that over you'll my career how do you stay composed when that pressure when the lemon get squeezed? What what are some of the things that you do as far as mindset? Well I you know I think David Do. You understand having autism bucks along these lines is that you know this six six core values which we? Go into great detail on the books and get a lot of practical examples of how they apply those become an anchor not an accurate, a sensible wait an anchor in the sense of keeping focused on making the right decisions. For the right reasons my mother had an expression. You make the right decisions for the right reasons and live with the consequences so that that's A. Saying that you live by these values you make decisions by these values whether or not. It's booming times or difficult time stressful times for living in right now. And that makes it easier. To make those decisions because you're not constantly switching the index of the dictionary or what you're you know it's not it's not collar today fashion the day flavor of the day it's it's what anchors you in life and. When you have your whole leadership team that understands these values and lives them is not articulating but living them and demonstrating them two other associates throughout your organization or obligations. Et. CETERA. Then, they're making the same decisions that you're GonNa make an making all the right reasons. It's very rarely about what's right short-term sometimes it is but usually what's right over a long term basis and what's the best in the best interest of the people that was serving fans, guests or customers whatever it may be in your socio serving them in thinking doing the right thing by the communities that were living not just in terms of philanthropy but making business decisions that will have the positive impact on the communities as well. Example of that briefly. We. Just made a decision about a month ago to close our public open for the public s ranch in Montana mountains I guess for the first time in one hundred years, the ranch has been closed. And we did it. We had falcy protocols you know local health officials sign off on everything Cetera but. We knew seventy percent of our our social coming in from out of state and heart close RPM socialists coming nationally and internationally there was no way we weren't going to have know disease on ranch properties and our concern was you know the communities are socialist back to live in these communities, Bring Disease Witham, and so we didn't want. We want to do the right thing for these communities. They were potter for one Hundred Years So. Community, involvement is not just a question of like you know social engagement and writing checks and things of that nature that may be important. But also living is a good neighbour understanding good neighbor would do and understanding about that relationship as well. So. As I said, I think that young people today are becoming much more demanding about working with musicians that really care about those things. They need profitability. They know because they WANNA have an organization is going to be around a sustained itself but the also want to have an organization that proud of that to make decisions for the right reasons all stay connected and and and and demonstrate that day in day out. So when they go home, they tell their friends family. Pets if you listen to them, you know cetera about what they're all day. They feel good about it. So you know that whole zen philosophy of getting work and play confused and. Feeling a real sense of of passion for what they're doing. So that's who engaged in all of our businesses and that's what they've done home. Depot? I left the company a two hundred fifty thousand associates up to full fifty now Greg Mirza chairman. CEO. Today's incredible job. Wonderful job thirty years ago. He's done a brilliant job of growing the company. And you know that reflects the share price, which is you know all time high virtually every day now and but it's their belief and they start every shareholders meeting. Forty years into the exactly the same way navy inverted pyramid with the customers on top and Krugman air in this case, used to be Bernie myself on the bottom and these the circle values and and then they talk from there about the current business but always sauce with those things that never changes. and. So you know and I think that's true and all of our. You know whether it be rancher stadium or football team soccer team golf business, whatever it may be are really foundations. Now. There's so many lessons that I've learned from you and from listening to videos and watching you listening to conversations that you've had. That was one that I picked up on I have started single Monday morning meeting with our four core values, gratitude, forgiveness accountability, and inspiration, and sometimes I think some of the younger millennials may roll their eyes. You know especially now he gets to see everybody on the screen. So it's they don't know I'm looking they forget on there but it's really important to be aligned because I think wisdom comes from there. I remember he also you shared a very interesting perspective of wisdom I want to read. For. You that you that you just said. You Know Bernie and I were HD together for twenty three years. The message, our discussion of these values, the six core values, which you discuss here in our book, My book Is probably very much like your four key values that you discuss every Monday and people would say to us. Every time you guys talked to us like for twenty three years. You say the same things and and you know what and that was that was true. We would call the stories and you know make a little bit detainee instead of at the essence was always around those values. So there's real value in that the real value in that that was never confusion in the minds eye of the associates about what we stood for and what we're about. So you'll Monday meetings when you stressed those four values in whatever way you do it. You say, well, if you heard it thirty times, they'll hear it three hundred times and is never going to be enough because they have to get into the brain and then Martin the mind and their heart and the spirit. That's what we're about. So I I would continue doing that. Thank you for doing it. Question, I'm sorry I interrupted. I really appreciate that because it's amazing before I learned the repetitive nature of teaching I would have exit interviews that I'd say what are the four things that I've taught every single week that I wanted you to learn why you're here and it would give me an ulcer also, they couldn't even mention could even say the for things and then I. Really, started to figure out what you said would coach hold said to be right. It's not what you say. It's what they hear and you have to tell them what you're going to tell them tell them what you're going to tell them and remind them what you told them and you're lucky if they actually get it but if they do though change. Not only their lies, but they can help change other people vying to tell you that the most important part of that is extending that into doing you doing coach halts doing or Mayo any business leader that's watching this or listening doing doing the values living the values 'cause then they see demonstrated and it's not do what I say it's do. What I do, and so walking the talk, it's understanding that that people see that example I say, well, Shit David doesn't mess around. He's doing the same stuff he's asking us to do. So he must really believe in this stuff and you know in their mind, they say themselves if island to become closer today would promote myself in the company move ahead. I gotTa make sure my behavior is more in line with these. Four values and live them the season going to recognize that because he recognized us the most important thing to him is the CEO of our own sation. Awesome and then I just mentioned Kenneth Philosophy Perspective on wisdom I remember you combine it with imagination. Do you remember how you Kinda framed wisdom? Before Exit with them. Nothing is nothing more than it confirmed imagination that yeah that that's That's you know that's a much of a visual description than I would give I. I. Love after member expressing it that way but I think that you know wisdom is. You know you'll four values out six. This book expresses talks about it Cetera it's. It's Becoming convinced. Over Time seeing repetitively these values reinforced and the results of them. Being positive and all the things you care about whether it be profitability community, involvement, social involvement engagement with who you're serving etcetera etcetera. And you become wiser just say you know the truth matter is this stuff really works I mean, this is not like just okay. It's great for this time, but two weeks from now two years. Now, it'd be different the beauty of our values that we discussed in this book is that they've lasted for over forty years and now in six different environments that a totally different in this setting business setting cetera. Each one each of these values work they all work the same way and produce the same results. And great results have Latte last question real quick. You know one of the most difficult blends is to me is the pragmatic world, the currency of money and addictive energy. You put into the flow to get what you want here on Earth and then blending that with this higher purpose with faith and I know united a lot of the same faith together as well. But there is a higher purpose that can be blended or reconciled with money and you know my motto with Lauren We created our MRS aim real simple. Let's make a lot of money to help a lot of people and have a lot of fun with our lives you know. Simple things I think that's I think that's wonderful I mean I would. You know Focus. We're a little further maybe to the left and that, but I mean. If you do those things. You'RE GONNA make a lot of money and I think that's really the message in in this book is that This is all about relationships. It's about who you're serving us about who you serving with social cetera about the communities it's about connecting all these dots together and creating an environment where the associates feel. Like the purpose. The wisdom of the organization is not just making money and today I'm I would suggest you respectfully that. The millennial population today thank heavens. Is carrying more deeply about who they're associated with and why they're associated with certain organizations Zeh are asking and are asking repetitively. Same questions why am I here? What's my purpose? How can it make a difference in the lives of other people and and life? I think view is at life. Is available to everybody and what we do to the time we're born until the time pass, you know that's an opportunity to make an impact on other people's lives. And I want to do it person in my life for the Great Family Jensen Wife Spouse, whatever it may be and but I also WanNa do it be connected to an organization that has a holy grail of an much money? Can we put in the bank? They'd no that's important because otherwise the organization not going to be there. But if the organization is affecting who the serving and associates themselves and the communities in a bigger way, and that's kind of what you know the the commute. That's what these people are asking for show. US. Purpose show us more meaningful life and and I. think that you see you can. You can see it many areas. One example is you're maybe familiar with the work that Dr Lori Santos is doing Yale University. I mean there's an example illicit. Don't know. She started this costs on what makes people happy because the students asked for she had thirty a first year shed hundred, thirty, two, second year three, hundred now has fifteen hundreds. The is the highest enrolled costs in the history of Yale University two, hundred, four years. Old was have these kids that are asking to be signed up for this causes should outside online. Is that Helped me think through. And help me think through the purpose of life the purpose of y here and what am I doing and how can I have a bigger impact on on on the planet? How can I have a bigger impact on other people in my community and broad sense on everybody living? Beyond Myself as Myth Vietnamese is you know on my journey mission to empower overbilling people be happy and have free trade on Friday for that purpose and they've gone over fifteen thousand registrations last week. Wow. Started with fifty people at Lee's office has grown now online. So there's lot of people that need now you'll people ask me all the time especially young entrepreneurs you know how can i? What should I do I? Always say surround yourself with the right people. In the right ideas find a mentor while I'm telling everyone right now September fifteenth the Good Company comes out you need to surround yourself with the right ideas and the right people. This book and Mr Blink, of course, are great mentors to figure out how you can have purpose Ashton and profitability in your life value based leadership and what I called Merchant leadership as well with great servitude Debbie One are there. It's been an honor and a pleasure. I'm going to miss birthday is right after I. Thought you launch your book on your birthday a couple of weeks short but But thank you very much. Appreciate. Appreciate what you're doing. Appreciate your work and you speak to leave before me tell him I said oil if you will please absolutely must what. 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11 Trivia Questions on What's the Theme?

Trivia With Budds

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

11 Trivia Questions on What's the Theme?

"It's eleven totally random trivia questions and then you have to take all your answers and figure out the FEM- What do all those answers have in common. It's up to you to figure it out. This is trivia with buds <music> and welcome to another episode of the Trivia with Buds podcast. I'm your host. Ryan Buds freshly back from a big old trip to the south that's right. I was in Chattanooga Tennessee over fourth of July weekend. Visiting my older brother Tom and my older brother Scott and we had fun on a pontoon boat. We played some trivia down there and we watched the. I couple episodes of stranger things man. It was really fun little holiday weekend would you do. You have some fun. Send me some pictures. We'll see where you were at WanNa see if you were on a boat Wanna see your stranger things viewing party pictures. If you did any stuff like that or anything at all you can always tag me in the picture at Ryan Buds on Instagram could follow me over there to see pictures and videos all the cool stuff. I'm up to in southern California and in places like Chattanooga Tennessee. We had a big Old Trivia Event Disney Marvel Star Wars on July seventh on Sunday night and it went really well with sixty one players show up for that event so a little bit less than last year on the same weekend but still definitely worth a trip down there and it was very competitive and fun and three guys with the team name of UH. Oh man what was it I think they combine all three things and now I can't remember it was it was a winter winter soldier something safe and something Disney who's three combined things I should have wrote it down but they tore shored up. They won by like four points. It was very close game and they get a big old prize basket of Disney Marvel Star Wars stuff so that was cool and the whole staff was great so shout out to everybody from southside social in Chattanooga Tennessee the event was ton of fun and and everybody had a great time sounds like I'll be back down there and in October or so I'm waiting to hear on a corporate gig down there and if I can get that Gig I will definitely book another show itself side social so check my website follow me on social media and be on the lookout for. Four more fun in Chattanooga and if you're listening to the show because you started playing there and I told you check it out. Welcome to the PODCAST and I will get you those shark NATO headshots soon to the five or six people who really wanted one at the event so if you're listening if you're at the event I'll send those headshots out very soon. <hes> let's see the event went great stranger. Things is good so far. We're on episode three at my house so we still have five more go. You don't WanNa watch them all at once. I feel like what that show. You want to kind of. Make It last at least weakish at least a couple of days because it's only eight episodes only eight one hour episodes. I think so trying to milk that for all it's worth I've been watching the office like crazy. I think I mentioned that on the last episode watching a season three and four of the office just just tore through them in the last week or so traveling and forgot how much the fund that show is especially like right in the middle there like four five six. I feel like that's when it was at its best so excited to watch some more office and hosting some office trivia at j Riley only distillery in Redlands California on Saturday July twenty seven doing the office doing parks and Recs Ron Swanson some Michael Scott's and Leslie. Nope come out and play. There's a big banner at the top of my website tribute buds dot com. Get your tickets there. The people are already grabbing them and the place is not very big. Maybe holds fifty at the most so it'll be nice intimate fun Trivia night. If you like themed Trivia Nights had some fun playing Trivia too on Monday night in Chattanooga Nigga we went to a place called Italy's barbecue brother. Tom And I and we were just checking out the local Trivia Company. I think they were called challenge entertainment so if you live in Chattanooga go play challenge Trivia it was fun. It's very different than my format. It's I think it's only total of eighteen questions throughout the whole night which is considerably less than I like to do but it was kind of trivial where they play a they ask one question and you write down the answer and you bring up a slip of paper and you write down to four or six points on the question and you the only use the ranks once and you do three rounds three questions like that but in between every question they play a song so that's the only thing where I'm like come on. I WanNa like want to answer more questions. I don't want to kind of have all this downtime but it does make the time go by you know so if. If you're looking for something fun do you go. Check it out. The questions were great. You know they were pretty solid but I didn't like all the downtime and I'm glad that my Trivia is eleven questions of the live events and then there's a couple songs and then we go over the answers and then it's another eleven questions so I feel like you're getting a lot of questions in instead of just hanging out and everybody Kinda needs that little break after the round to go grab another drink or hit the bathroom or smoker vapor whatever you do so. I don't know that's just a little random <hes> sidebar notes from me checking out another trivia night but yeah if you're in Chattanooga go check out challenge entertainment. Today's episode is called. What's the theme it's a bunch of random questions and you have to figure out what they all have in common? This is from one of my live nights last tweak. It's not alive episode. I'm just recording the question sitting here at home but I did use these questions last week. Maybe you can figure out what they all have in common. We're GONNA jump into those eleven questions right now here. We go all right. It's time for what's the theme again. These are ten totally random questions. You gotta figure out what all the answers have in common for the bonus question at the end here's number one British business magnet Richard Branson owns part of of what mega airline question number one British business magnate Richard Branson owns part of what mega airline question number one question number two the cumberland blank is a clear mountain impasse where Tennessee Kentucky and Virginia meet number to the Cumberland blank is a clear Mountain Pass where Tennessee Kentucky and Virginia meet number two number three on your list. I lansing is the capital of what U.. S. State Number Three Lansing is the capital of what U.. S. State question number four what eighties moving from John Hughes was about a group of kids in Saturday detention number four. What eighties movie are we talking about their from John Hughes Saturday detention question number five the blank man fill in the blank blank man is a? Broadway show from nineteen fifty seven and it's about a con man named Professor Harold Hill the blank man is a nineteen fifty seven Broadway show but conman named Professor Harold Hill Number Six Comic Strip character did Warren Beatty play in the nineteen ninety film number six Comic Strip Character Warren Beatty play in nineteen ninety film question number seven the apostles creed and active contrition are both examples of what number seventy apostles creed and act of contrition are both examples of a what question number eight in. What movie would you hear the line? There's no crying in baseball number eight. What movie would you hear the line? There's no crying in baseball question number nine in who directed the film snatch and the newer Aladdin film from two thousand nineteen number nine who directed the film snatch and the newer Aladdin film from two thousand nineteen question that's number ten Michael Madsen played Mr Blank in reservoir dogs number ten Michael Madsen played Mr Blank fill in the blank in reservoir dogs and your bonus question in for two points what was the theme of all the answers to this round number eleven for two points. What was the theme to all the answers this round those were your questions for? What's the theme take a second? Try and figure out what that the theme was all about and we'll be back with the answers feed check in just a sound effect all right guys. What's the theme? Were you able to figure it out. I hope so live players last week had a good time with this one and I'd say about fifty fifty about half the people definitely figured out half to other people just wrote like a swear word when they couldn't figure it out but here's number one British business magnet Richard Branson owns part of what mega airline the answer was Virgin Virgin Air which I've never flown but a here is good number one virgin number. Number two the Cumberland gap is Clear Mountain Pass where Tennessee Kentucky and Virginia meet gap like the store the mall. Could it be something stores no but it is gap number. Three Lansing is the capital of what U._S. State Michigan Michigan U._S._A.. Eh everybody's been to Michigan right number three number four what eighties movie from John Hughes it was about a group of kids and Saturday detention that would be the breakfast club number four the breakfast club number five the blank. Man is a Broadway show from fifty seven about a con the name Professor Harold Hill it is the music man the music man number five number six comic Strip character did Warren Beatty play in one thousand nine hundred film. I remember my parents took me to this probably way too young. I think it was four or five and it was Dick Tracy. We number six. Some of those guys like Prune. Face Face Scared Me Dick Tracy Number Seventy Apostles creed an act of contrition are both examples of a prayer those are prayers. You can pray about number eight. And what movie would you hear the line. There's no crying in baseball. That's Tom Hanks Jason Gene Davis and all them in a League of their own a League of their own number nine who directed the film snatch in Aladdin Guy Ritchie number ten Michael Madsen played Mr Blonde in reservoir dogs and if you took all those answers and kind of looked at them together gather we had Blond Guy Ritchie League of their own prayer Dick Tracy music the breakfast club Michigan Gap and virgin the common theme between all those words was they were all related to Madonna. That's right pop star are singer performer actress Madonna. She's done it. All she is blonde. She was married Guy Ritchie. She was in a League of their own. She had that song like a prayer for prayer shoes in Dick Tracy. She has a song called music. That was hit song from the late nineties early two thousands. I think the breakfast club was the name of her band before she went Solo. Michigan is where she was born. She's got a gap in her teeth. She's kind of famous for and virgin like the song like a virgin so hopefully you got that had fun trying to figure out those questions questions and answers for today's. What's the theme if you WanNa play more of these just search trivia with buds? What's the theme on Google in? You'll come across all the times we've done. What's the theme we've probably done it? Oh ten times at this point over the five hundred episodes of show of. Of the podcast so go back and check them out shout out to one of my new listener. She just hit me up on instagram on the new art that I put up on. Let's see that was June. Twenty-fourth I have the orange background art instead of blue and I said here's the full full year the podcast and the new art and my friend Kim just commented. Her name is Sky Nar low. Nanny Sky gnarled nanny something like that on instagram. She said her newest obsession so I said thanks Kim. Send Me Your address and they'll mail you some swag in the mail so thank you for listening and telling a friend about the show sincerely appreciate that thanks to all my Patriot subscribers all the people who donate money to the show every month to keep it growing bigger and better every day. Let's give a shout Manny Magerran Alexis Kazak Alex de Smet ceremony covets Simon Time just whitener Jen whoa Jar Kyle Bonnin Douglas French Erica Cooper Fianna Neville Brenda Martinez Russ Freda Walled Luke McKay wreck my podcast Dan Palo Greg Hines Mo- Martinez Lauren Award Sarah K Jim Fields Mona Bray sweet abby cakes Denise Leonard Anna Evans Meghan Acuna Happy Birthday Meghan Katie Smith Brian Sale Your Greg Bristol Joe Jurmala wits Joey Musha or Muka and Casey backer. Thank you guys so much for your support over on Patriot dot com slash trivia with buds very very cool of you guys to help the show grow. It is time for the team name of the day. You need a trivia team name. That's a new feature on the show where I'll give via team name you could use next time you play Trivia and today's team name is sax in the city like sex in the city but with a saxophone sax in the city which would be my cover band name. If I was like Kenny G. cover artist sacks in the city. It's time for the question of the day as well brought to you by Funky monkey designs of Sandy Miss California. What were the names of the Fox and the Hound in the hit Disney animated film the Fox and the Hound with the names of those two characters in the movies? Send Me Your answer at Ryan buds or email Ryan Buds G. Dot com and you'll be in the running for some stuff to be mailed to you as a prize. That's it for today's episode guys. Thank you so much for listening. Thanks for telling a friend. We'll see you tomorrow for more trivia with buds cheers.

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Falcons news update - Feb 3 2020

The Falcoholic

00:00 sec | 10 months ago

Falcons news update - Feb 3 2020

"In this episode is brought to you by Ziprecruiter cafe alter as COO Dylan. Moskowitz was having trouble finding qualified director of coffee for his organic coffee company. He posted his job on Ziprecruiter DOT COM and used a candidate rating feature to filter. His applications misquotes misquotes found his new director of coffee. Just a few days see why Ziprecruiter's effective for businesses of all sizes trust Ziprecruiter for free at Ziprecruiter Ziprecruiter DOT com slash box. That's ZIPRECRUITER DOT COM slash V. o X ZIPRECRUITER DOT com slash. Vox Ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire alchoholic news. Update you're equally source Berlin about this news on the ESPN podcast network. I'm your host. They would walk. Jump Straight to the news first of all congratulations to Kansas City chiefs. Who won the Super Bowl this past weekend beating the Kyle Shanahan led the San Francisco? Forty niners team that had a fourth quarter lead and and did not run the ball To protect laid this does not sound familiar at all. No we are not salty in congrats to Andy. Reid Patrick Mahomes. And the rest of the Kansas City chiefs on their victory onto the Falcons News. Ricardo Allen. The starting safety for the Falcons has has undergone shoulder surgery off season and he will be spending the next few months rehabbing. And this is according to Jason of the athletic This comes after two thousand eighteen season which Ricardo miss most of the season with a torn. Achilles came back played Most of the two thousand nineteen season this injury three At least from first appearances should not impact his availability in two thousand twenty next piece of News Arthur blank over at the mothership. ATLANTA FALCONS DOT COM. There's an interview with the owner of the Falcons in which he talks about about the twenty twenty season his expectations the draft free agency a multitude of items. Definitely recommend you hit over there To read that interview you some of the highlights some of the things that sort of stood out from that number one. This will come as no surprise. But Arthur Blank's expectations this for twenty twenty And specifically for Quinn and Dmitrov. Is that this team will be back in the playoff hunt in twenty twenty After two straight seventy in the nine seasons it is clear that Arthur blank will not accept that record anymore. He is expecting this team to be back in playoff contention If not more so for those who are wondering if Dan Quinn Thomas Dmitrov. Coaching staff are on a hot seat. I think this is confirmation that Mister Blank has has high expectations for twenty twenty. Second piece of interesting information. Come out and interview Mister Blank believes that left guard is a position. -sition they could address in the draft this year and this comes after a season which they signed not one but two free agent offensive guards in the hopes of trying to fix the offensive line that has been a problem. The past two seasons They brought in Jim Brown and James Carpenter Carpenter. Both of whom finished the season Not Playing as starters as you may recall Carpenter had some injuries throughout the year in Brown was just simply benched With the team going with US Schweitzer for most of the remainder of the season and of course and The rookies Kaelin. mcgarry in Chris Lindstrom on the right side This is a pretty devastating piece of news. It looks like the team game especially where Mr Blank is concerned. Do not believe that carpenter and Brown. They're going to fix that. Left Guard spot when you consider how much money was spent from a free agent standpoint To get those guys secured here and the fact that that money Now is tied up in their cap and could prevent them from signing players. This here Could be a factor in the Austin Hooper negotiations That is a tough pill to swallow now Whether or not the team that does was actually drafted left. Guard is another matter entirely and certainly as the draft comes along we'll be monitoring that but it is notable that Mr Blake himself believes that it's possible they will try to address that position yet again by using draft pick So that's very interesting piece of news there. Mr Blank also talks about the uniforms. The uniform change coming up which will be unveiled in April and he talks a little bit about Matt Ryan in the protecting him just the entire offensive line and and his expectations for the twenty twenty season again again. HEAD TO ATLANTA FALCONS DOT com to read that interview. It's definitely interesting to see where the owner of the team is Where this team's concern as for Austin in Hooper as of this point there's no real update to give He has not gotten an offer that we know of from from the team. At this point we've heard From Thomas Dmitrov from Arthur blank himself I will say the tone round Austin Hooper's not entirely early encouraging so for those of you who are on the bandwagon of wanting to see him walk. And the Falcons cash in potentially on a compensatory Satori pick Things appear to be heading in that direction. I will say there is plenty of time between now and March Win Free Agency actually. It opens up. The team could still use the franchise tag which is going to be just under eleven million dollars for a tight end twenty twenty However with their cap space issues using That franchise tag on Hooper. Maybe a little bit too expensive especially if they do not think they can work out a long term the deal for those who are curious right now. The market for a tight end with indicate A yearly average of somewhere between nine and a half and eleven million dollars. It's it's not an excessive amount of money where NFL positions are concerned. But it is something to keep in the back of your mind This this could be an indication that the team is bullish on the potential for Jaden Graham Who is a free agent out of Yale? That looked pretty good in twenty nineteen and But for those who have seen Austin Hooper grow over the past few years Into the player he currently is making straight pro bowls. This is a bit of a disappointing development. We will keep an eye on this and keep you guys updated as the story. Changes bit of Sad news here. As former Falcons defensive on the Chris Doleman and hall of Famer passed away this past weekend at the fifty eight He's spent the ninety four ninety five seasons with Atlanta The majority of his career was spent with the Minnesota Vikings He was A A hall of fame player he over one hundred fifty six in his career We offer our condolences to Hispanic Mike. Vic is back on the radar the ESPN has a aired the first part of a two part documentary on the The the former Falcons quarterback The first part aired on January thirtieth. The second part will air on February six. If you're interested to see a four right up of his history including the collapse of two thousand seven be sure to check out that series on. ESPN hiring could be a slow process. Cafe Alturas Z. O.. Dylan Moskowitz needed to hire a director of coffee for his organic coffee company. But he was having trouble finding qualified applicants so he switched ziprecruiter. Dot Com ziprecruiter doesn't depend on candidates finding you. It finds them them for you. It's technology identifies people with the right experience and invite them to apply to your job. So you get qualified. Candidates Fast Dylan posted his this job on Ziprecruiter and said he was impressed by how quickly he had. Great candidates apply. He also used Ziprecruiter's candidate rating feature to filters applicants so he could focus focus on the most relevant ones. And that's how Dylan found his new director coffee in just a few days with results like that. It's no wonder four out of five employers players. Who Post on Ziprecruiter get a quality candidate through the site within the first day see Ziprecruiter's effective for businesses of all Sizes Trust Ziprecruiter for Free Eh outer web address ziprecruiter dot com slash box? That's ZIPRECRUITER DOT com slash. VX ZIPRECRUITER DOT com slash. Vox Ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire. Now it's time for our mock draft tracker. Yes since we are in the off season. Listen we are now talking about the NFL draft. Were looking ahead. Free Agency isn't quite here yet. So we're going to look at how some writers across across the Internet believe the Falcons Draft prospects could go in twenty twenty. We're going to start with the draft network these guys do a really good job of Sort of evaluating the entire draft. They have multiple riders If you were interested in the draft I would recommend you go. Check out the draft network dot com the first rider. Kyle crabs has a very interesting scenario for the Falcons who are at sixteen. He is projecting a trade with the buffalo bills. The bills are at number twenty two so this would be the first time ever for Thomas Dmitrov to trade back in in the first round and to pick up some additional picks with that trade The bills at number sixteen. Go after Jerry Judy Wide Receiver Alabama all of Alabama Atlanta drops to twenty two and they pick up a J. F.. An ESA pass rusher out of Iowa. This as a player that you're going to see is going to be linked. A lot to the falcons over the next several weeks several months as we get closer and closer to draft season. Listen He seems to be a pass rusher. That's going to be in that mid round range of the first round. Of course a lot of this can change as we go through the NFL combine. Uh some guys are going to drop a little bit. Some guys are going to rise But there does seem to be least early on a consensus. That epidemic could be a player of the Falcons skains might target where that seems like a good fit so we move on The next writer at the draft network. Carter Don ICK. He has the Falcon staying thing at sixteen and again The falcons going with an edge. rusher this time Klay von Chason Edge rusher of LSU. He is one of the younger prospects in this class. But this is one of those guys that has sort of the elite Physical Characteristics That Dan Quinn. Thomas Dmitrov absolutely love. He's got flexibility and speed and according to don he believes that He has the potential to be a template sack guy in the NFL. Some fans may be disappointed to hear that some of the cops for him from Fans Hands Vic Beasley which obviously is going to leave a sour taste in the mouth of Atlanta fans. But there are many people believe that Klay von has even more potential than VIC did coming out next we head over to draft TECH DRAFT TECH DOT COM T- For those who are curious. They they have the Falcons also staying at sixteen and drafting. Aj Esa out of Iowa so again We're seeing that name pop pop up This is the name I think that many fans have been clamoring for its. He's a player that has sort of the the height the the the length the wait to be a true three down guy to be able to set the edge So this is a name. I think Falcons Fan. Dan should get used to over the next few months. He's GonNa be popping up in Lod mock dress next week Walter football and Charlie Campbell. Who has been doing doing this for a long time? He thinks the Falcons will also stay at sixteen and select. Aj Esa again. We're seeing that trend here We do have some different names coming up here in the next couple of mock drafts but there does seem to be sort of a growing consensus that EPA ESA makes a ton of sense For the Falcons as we'll see again a lot is to be determined over the next few months as we head into the NFL combine two more over at NFL NFL. Dot Com Lances airline. He has the Falcons staying sixteen. And this is an interesting name. I haven't seen a lot of And part out of this is because actually has EPA ESA more as a bottom of the first round type of player. He actually has epidemic going at twenty seven to the the Seattle Seahawks at sixteen. Though he has the Falcons taking Zach Bon an edge rusher again out of Wisconsin. He's another one of those players that just seems to have you know the athletic traits so this is an interesting name. I think again Let's see what he does the combine see what kind of stats these guys. Put Up This is a very fluid situation but again the recurring theme here is that the Falcons need help on the edges. These first several writers all of them are pointing to the Falcons getting some additional help On the outside finally last but not least at SB nation. Our own our one and only Dan Dr He has the Falcons staying at sixteen eighteen and picking J von Kin Law the defensive tackle out of South Carolina for those who don't know can law had a monstrous senior bowl a week Really jumped out to a lot of scouts for his absolute dominance during the senior bowl. He is someone that would play inside next to who Gregg Jarrett And it so it is a little bit surprising to see in this. Mock draft to see The Falcons going with someone on the Interior will say this There are a lot of people that believe that Kinloch could be another. You know the potential dominating interior cheerier pass rusher The idea of having him next to Grady Jarrett To consistently disrupt the middle of the pocket Is a bit appealing. So as you can see from the mock draft tracker we've got one two three four five guys selecting edge. rushers the Falcons which makes a ton of sense And then finally Dan Selecting defensive tackle who can also penetrate the pocket so again this is not about Not Trying to get after the QB. This is surly indication. That the team mm-hmm They believe the team needs to fix the pass rush So that covers our falcons news for today February third twenty twenty. You guys have questions comments things you'd like to see US address In this Falcons news update in the future. You can now send feedback You can follow us on twitter at Alcoholic pod. Peo- D- or you can email us. At the Falcons Alec podcasts at gmail.com. As for me You can follow me on twitter at alcohol. VW and of course please check out our articles at the faculty dot Com. We will have free agent coverage as well as The upcoming draft the NFL combine over the next few months. To Keep Your Falcons needs satisfied. Satisfied thanks guys for tune again. We'll be back with you in the very near future. With more Falcons News.

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Falcons news update - Feb 6 2020

The Falcoholic

00:00 sec | 10 months ago

Falcons news update - Feb 6 2020

"I'm Songwriter Charlie. Harding and I'm use ecology made Sloan or the host of switched on Papa podcasts about the making and meaning of popular music every week Charlie and I breakdown down the most interesting hits trends artists to understand what they're doing what they're saying and why the songs are so infectious. We've recently broken down. Billy Billy eyelashes music with her brother and collaborator phidias dissecting chance the rapper with super producer Oak felder and covered everything from Dolly Parton to try to Scott. 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They announced they would not be resigning Vic Beasley in free agency. Now obviously this is a name that gets a lot of fans fired up. He in many the opinions Shouldn't have even been brought back under his fifth year. Tender in the two thousand nine hundred season and now the team is basically saying that they're going to let him walk. It's one one of the only times I can remember in recent history where an NFL team made any comments about a free agent. Whether it was someone. They were pursuing or for one of their own players that that they were going to let walk in free agency so this is a little bit surprising to see the team announced. This I- this. This could be a placating fan concerns about where they were going to spend free agent money especially with the potential contract for Austin and hooper looming But again this was after Beasley had eight sacks eight tackles for loss forty. Two total tackles. He didn't have a bad season. But I think for a former first round pick This he obviously did not work out as planned so interesting. News he will more likely not be a Falcon in twenty twenty according to the team itself on the same line however a rumor came out this week about Dante Fowler who was taken in the same draft class as Beasley Fowler has been linked. Now Oh to wanting to play for the falcons. Obviously he went third overall To the Jaguars in the same draft class in which the Falcons picked Beasley he he was traded eventually to the rams and is now a free agent and he had a good season last year with the rams but he was a bit of a disappointment point for the. JAGS did not turn into the League player that they hoped he would be. And there's a link with Dan Quinn. When Dan Quinn win was at the University of Florida that was he was a factor in bringing fowler there? So there is a link Obviously this one remains is to be seen the Fowler is despite the fact that he is not lived up to the draft billing. We'll probably get a decent contract in free agency. So it's hard to see the Falcons skains going in big on him financially especially with their tight cap space but this is something to keep an eye on. It's possible the falcons walkway from Beasley Inland. Another pass rusher from that. Same Draft Class Fowler with Mike Malarkey having departed Having retired it as a coach in the NFL Falcons who've now promoted offensive assistant. Ben Steel to be their new tight end coach. He was an offensive assistant with the Falcons last year and worked closely with Mike Larquie When he decided to retire from coaching steel made the most sense? As is an internal move. He has worked under Dirk Cutter in the past having worked with players. Such as Oh gee Howard Cambridge in Tampa Bay so he he brings some some experience to the table Hopefully he's going to reignite that tied imposition if the Falcons walkaway from Austin Hooper. This sees a big congratulations goes out to Ricardo Allen. Who has been named the Falcons Ed block courage? Award winner Which is there's award that singles out Allen as example of inspiration courage and sportsmanship? Some of the recent Falcons winners were Jack Crawford. Two Two thousand eighteen award reynolds in two thousand seventeen and Adrian clayborn in two thousand sixteen before we jump into the rest of the news. We'll take a quick break right back. Valentine's Day is only a week away. So if you haven't gotten the ball rolling on flowers lowers your and luck one. Eight hundred flowers is here to bail you out use code romance at checkout and get a great deal on a gorgeous bouquet. They've got the finest roses in town bigger and fresher than any other flowers. You'll find online. Plus they're always shipped overnight to make sure the impress for longer. And if you order right now you can get eighteen red roses for just twenty nine ninety nine but if you want to beef up that okay for just ten dollars more they'll bump you up to twenty four roses. Don't let this deal come and go. And you're sitting there on the thirteenth. Feeling like a jerk. Get Your Eighteen Red Roses for twenty nine ninety nine or upgrade to twenty four roses for just ten dollars more go to one eight hundred flowers dot com click the radio icon and enter Code Romance. That's one one eight hundred flowers dot com code romance and we're back with alcohol Iq news update next piece of news. Jake Matthews Athas the starter for the Falcons at left tackle who has been explicitly derided by many fans over the years. It landed at number ninety six on pro. Football focuses top one a one of two thousand nineteen Matthews actually had a very strong season despite a pretty poor start to two thousand nineteen PF This is what they had to say about. Mathews but Falcon. The season was largely disappointing but Jake Matthews remained consistently strong left tackle after an ugly start to the year. His opening three games were the worst three of his season and they featured to overall. PF grades in the forties. But after that he was the number three ranked tackle in the league. On the season he gave gave up twenty eight total pressures almost exactly matching his total from a season ago along with an almost identical overall grade so this is obviously a recognition of Matthew's being. One of the better left tackles in league. I think you could make a very strong case according to pf its own metrics that he is a top seven Top eight left tackle and ask some of these other guys begin to retire It's it's easy to see Matthews moving into the top op five in the league so huge recognition from the very respected analytic site. For the Falcons left tackle next up mock drafts. We've got to In the first case we have got a seven round mock draft from Mr Own. Eric J Robinson at the Alcoholic Dot com his fourth mock draft for the twenty twenty season. Here are some of the highlights in the first round staying at sixteenth the Falcons will choose. Aj Fnsea we heard this name in the last News update podcast the defensive end out of of Iowa in the second round They will take Bryce Hall cornerback. Virginia and with the pick from the Patriots Cesar Ruiz Inside Offensive Lineman Michigan. Eric also has a trade factored into his mock draft. So this is he. He covers every round of the draft. He talks about each of these players. How they fit the mold for the Falcons? Definitely recommend you. Log into the FALCONS DOT COM. Look for Eric's mock draft four point. Oh so take a look at all these names. It's really interesting. Re gives you an idea of where he thinks. The team will go from a positional standpoint. And what they'll do in each round of the draft Definitely some interesting stuff to see here. The second mock draft comes from the mother site ESPY NATION DOT com. Our our very own Dan. Qatar has to round mock draft on his site. And he has the Falcons also going at sixteen with. Aj Bonanza And I think this is a name that we're going to hear the falcons linked to a lot over the next couple of months as we approached the draft as we go through the NFL combine And in the second round he has the Falcons going with Lloyd cushion buried. Who is an offensive guard center out of Bellevue and then with their pick from the Patriots going coming with Damon or net cornerback l. of Ohio state So two very interesting picks again the first to focusing on the trenches defensive line John Offensive Line and then going back to cornerback which is definitely a need for this team. Considering some of the secondary issues they had in two thousand nineteen international news as Arthur Blank has indicated that the Falcons will likely play the Broncos When they go to London for one of their home games in twenty twenty? Here's what Mr Blake had to say about that. London game the. NFL has great experiences in London. Every game has sold without the fans are full of energy. No matter who's playing their blink said facilities are outstanding. So I really couldn't be happier that we're going back. We had the weird ending to the last game. We lost on the last play of the last game against the Lions. But we're still looking forward to coming back. I think we're playing against the broncos. I think from what I've heard. I'm not sure so we'll Z.. But we're excited about it. Of course Mr Blank was referring to one of the last Games under the Mike Smith regime in the two thousand fourteen regular season where they lost. Ah Twenty one twenty two in the last seconds and that was one of the worst games of the Mike Smith era and arguably as one of the ones that sort of cemented The fact that blank would be moving on from him as head coach so it looks like we will be playing with over. AFC Games one of our home games against the Broncos goes in London in twenty twenty. Finally some Interesting News from the Austin Hooper Front. Obviously there are no details yet as far as negotiations between him of a team but there are a couple of articles. Again at the FALCONS DOT com. Please go check that out. We've got some good write ups their number one pro. Football Focus has warned against not overpaying Austin Cooper. Not necessarily saying he shouldn't be extended they argue though that his stats are little bit inflated due to a volume due to the offense that he's in but again I think when you look at where Hooper is compared to players such as George kiddle. They're both great players. You know obviously kid all is maybe a little bit more of a match up nightmare than hooper is. Hooper probably benefits from having other players on the field. Like Julio Jones Calvin Ridley. PF S argument argument here. Is that he just. He isn't worth the top tier money for a tight end. So they say that he the Falcons should not overpay for him which is is certainly one way of looking at that again. I would argue that for a player who was second in targets on the team. You WanNa keep him around because he is obviously a favorite target target for Matt Ryan Secondly if hooper walks could the falcons replace him with Hunter Henry. Henry is a player who has tremendous potential but has yet to play a full sixteen game season with the chargers. He is maybe a little bit more dynamic of an athlete. Athlete But again I think this comes down to availability whether or not. Hooper could stay our apartment whether Henry could stay healthy long enough to play a full sixteen games or or if you're getting him for ten twelve games instead of the full sixteen and honestly if you're going to pay hunter Henry it. It doesn't make sense why you wouldn't consider paying Austin Austin Hooper I so again as the Falcons head into free agency in March This definitely is something to pay attention to. The hooper situation. I I don't think is is anywhere near this point. I don't think there is an indication. One way or the other. The teams lay him walk. Were if they're going to try to extend them Some of this could just be the Gauche tactics between the agent. The player in the team. so please keep that in mind the date to keep an eye on is in mid-march in the new league year begins officially becomes a free agent. If they can get something done between now and then all of this will be a moot point. Filing at the Falcons Dot Com. We have an interesting right up as we enter into free agency. And we enter into the point where the falcons starting looking towards freeing up additional cap space either for free agents or to give their rookie class signed We have an article up around table at the alcoholic. Who is the likeliest cutoff? Took for the Falcons. There are several potential candidates. I think you'll see several names. There which makes sense to you may be surprising name or to check out the alcoholic dot com for those write ups and more as we cover this team as we head into the twenty twenty free agency season the twenty twenty. NFL Combine and of course the twenty only twenty NFL draft. If you have questions or feedback feel free to email us at the Falcons beat podcast at gmail.com or follow us on on twitter at Falcon Hollick Pod as guys you can find me on twitter at alcoholic. d-w We'll be back in the next week covering any additional news and updates breath for your Atlanta Falcons. 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KNIVES OUT - Double Toasted Audio Review

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KNIVES OUT - Double Toasted Audio Review

"See we get here. It's going into some some groovy movies there. Let's start out. Start out with knives out. You know after dillon with these fan boys out here because they say you don't mess up. Stop Johnson just came came in and you know we were going so well you just came in and just fucked up star wars. Where everybody I dare you justice if I'm going back to Earth Nick? I'm going to do what I know how to do. Yeah he says I'm going yet. I'm going to go do what I one of the things I think I know how to do. Do Best Murder Mysteries Star Wars fans that we already to murder Star Wars Mitch slim alone Bothnia but you know it was probably the best because Ryan Johnson. Look say what you will maybe doesn't know star wars as well as some of you would like but he does know murder mysteries in one of the things that he did a long time ago. That actually put him out. They're put him on. The map was a film called bric brick and brick. In what I what I say. He knows murder mysteries. He knows all types of murder mysteries as you know. Brick was a combination of a high school drama and Film War. Yeah did it. Everyone's got their thing. It's a really good movie to me. I should check that out. It really does play out like a detective mystery with high school students. So sound like Scooby Doo when you first put it out there I mean it is another high school tale where we'd no adult supervision. No it's almost as how it works. Yeah as almost like a Charlie Brown mystery you know. There's hardly any adults around. I wish they'd just had like a George. Joseph Gordon Levitt is in. I was just Joseph Gordon Levitt had actually been talking to an adult man cannot be assigned clapping Rodney. He's not home. I can wait mark. Mark the police on me. Fuck you man but you know with this that was a skewing younger and with this. He's going more old-fashioned. Oh yes going straight up at the Chris Agatha Christie murder murder she wrote man I used to Christie myrtle Orient Express. Yeah but you know what I do remember he. He is going to the point of of murder she wrote. You know he's going more old fashioned like that y'all remember remember murder she wrote Shit and copies. Yeah this is what uh-huh Yeah Remember Your Grandmother Unions. This old fashioned whodunit like your grandmother used to watch was something like murder she wrote with Angela. Lansbury right there you know. Finding is with with Angela lansbury murder. She wrote I honestly that that was like some matlock's shit. I didn't know anybody. Under the age of seventy who watched murder she wrote. I never watched maternity and turn it on an episode toward the end and they got the guy confessed because they hadn't backed up against. Swipe they kill them. You have any like see. Take him away. None of that's admissible in court at all but it makes a good novelty cared about. Somebody said they will wait for the episode where you found at Angela. Lansbury was killing all these people just admitting under under duress on get desperate jumped the shark all the lion jumped it awhile Angela. lansbury would ally which is crazy but yeah so. I think the old fashioned whodunit like that but not for your grandmother your grandparents or anything like that now we got something with a little more edge to it and who doesn't love a good old fashioned who did it. You know whodunit out there and that is what we have your hopefully with knives out knives out is the old fashioned whodunit but hopefully with a little more edge for the modern audiences out there because you know sometimes You know who done might be a little too old fashioned. They'd be a little hard to sell. It was that we have. Let's go ahead to look at the trailer and we'll be back with our review. Harland started out with a Rusty Smith. Corona Ronan built himself into one of the best selling mystery writers of all time thirty languages over eighty million copies. Sold you guys fans I mean. I don't do much fiction reading myself being fan. I'm big fan in fact I mr blunk is a private investigator Gruber now. I read a tweet about a new New York article about your think keystone feeling. This fish that she did they take away so none of his demise families gathered to celebrate your father's eight hundred for your son ransom video ten and as well yes but he left early Glenda was upset wall. We get a little Irish Curry Jenny. Get into it with Harland. Richards said what are you kidding. Me Detect thorough so we can figure out the manner of death humane if someone could kill you. Think one of us one of his family. Welcome the MR blank just buried my father. Who committed suicide? Why are you here? I suspect foul play. I have limited know sussman Paulhamus cleaning. How in the family is possible motives with hauling planning on cutting off Joanie? Plan to file Walter Richard have an unofficial the heavy duty conjecture funny ransom. You skip the funeral but you're early for the will reading up your ass. I gotTa do this. Often families truly districts on people. This this is a twisted. I'm we are not finished. Untangle in it not yet keep waiting for the big reveal all of them to me there is small fuel to on and off all you know something spill it. Tell me what happened in my grandfather. Thank you have something. You WanNa tell me Nice cash you have here nothing us. Great Cast Michael Shannon. Jamie Lee Curtis Daniel Craig. Stanfield wasn't a Kellett. Let Toni Collette. Toni Collette Christopher plummer. Christopher plummer's in their man you know it's it's it's it's a big cast that we have here and Dr Studies Star studied a nothing but a list up in here man. If you you know you gotTA BE A B minus. Don't don't you can't get in here. You do not have it wrote nope you graduate to the next level but we say old fashioned you know. That's the that's the concept had a dual old fashioned whodunit. But really with this. He takes the old fashioned whodunit and actually plays as a lot with the format. I mean he turns things around from the very beginning right down to the person who was murdered. Now's not a spoiler here to tell you they. Christopher plummer was was the one that was guarding and they took that out right off the right off the bat with a trailer and usually the way it goes. And who done it like this. The person has killed the reason why that person was killed is because that person is such an asshole home that everybody want to kill this right even when we watch. We almost suspects because we want to kill that personal at to seeing what they did in flashbacks. But that's not the case here. You know the actually. The victim is the coolest person in the room. Christopher plummer is actually meant. He's cool. He's actually really chill man. Everyone else around him. Is The asshole. Sure you notice that he has something that they all want. Yeah Yeah you know. It's funny because you know now. Christopher plummer plumbing here he plays. The Patriarch and world-famous millionaire billionaire Arthur author. Harlan drumbeat is what his name is. Yes in one day he comes out and he looks at his whole family because they use the Patriot he looks at the whole families. The Fuck Oh young. Take a tiny on when you were going to get it. Not Not thing. Got Their thing. Nothing you know. He looks at he. I mean he he has meetings with people. You don't get next you don't next. Everybody thinks GEICO. I'm going to be different. You know you don't get tuition anymore. You don't get a free ride off my brand anymore. You don't get no free money and one thing it was. Should I still got my money. I know you fucking around. I come all right cool. Yeah you know he he got he got something like everybody he's like. It's pretty much before I die. Kiss my ass. You don't nobody shit. Yeah he is he's he's compiled everything they've done all together and it's all right well. I could've announced this altogether but maybe one by one. It's like a bunch of exit interview interview really isn't it's like he's fire you fired from the family people. Just walk out the room. Ain't GonNa be no you know what it would really gives people. He does it with a smile. Yes he tells you you pretty much tells people he says you know what you're not going to get shipped more and I think that that's the best for you. Good Yeah that makes him. I WANNA kill when you dismiss them by way. I say I said good. They need to smile. Wait I'm going to hear me out. This is the best everybody here. Good Day yeah. Yeah he's monsters such a hole on kissed fired which has happened here. You might as well the toll there kiss my sagging y goodnight. Everybody and you know that people were pissed because whoever killed him they didn't shoot him. It wasn't like a traditional stabbing they'd yanked his head back and slit his throat. Yeah that's the person that I s into the message. Right right there now Ryan Johnson. He knows this format well enough to know that really the mystery when he doesn't now the mystery and you tell me if you agree or disagree with this because to me. I think he's smart enough especially within a area that he knows very well. which is the mystery? He he knows well enough that the you know the actual mysteries not the most important thing jerk. Because that's to formulate now united way too predictable. You know what I will tell you this. He plays around with this enough to where in the first thirty minutes he reveals more than most who. I would not going to say what it is at all but you know. He's taken chances that a lot of the mysteries wooden because they would be afraid to a whole lot and he's not afraid to do that right right. I as opposed to a lot of Agatha Christie novels where everything gets revealed in the last couple chapters. Yeah Yeah exactly. He drops a lot early on. Yeah he really does he really does and not to say that because some people going. You're going to be an ashland you're GONNA walk out. I had this figured out out and I think that's that's Kinda done by design you know it's I hope you're right because because normally I don't figure these things out because I don't want to I just Wanna I just WanNa ride it. Yeah this is one. We're early on. I was like I'm pretty sure I know exactly what went down here yet. 'cause undercut my enjoyments did it. Because I mean I still think that there are a lot of twists and turns the happening with this to where you know you you you know you may figure out that you may figure out the motive overall you may figure out the big motive or what they were trying to achieve. 'CAUSE I did I like I say I'm not the smartest modest person at these and I want to send up there looking but I did. I guess I've seen enough movies to say. Well what I'm presented with right here is probably what happened. Yeah I'm thinking okay okay because of what. I what we've been shown but I know what we weren't shown so I can put together that this is what happened here. Yes this is that this person did this. And that makes this person. The likely suspect and the motives have been laid out already. Well see you say that this person I I didn't know because for me it wasn't so much the host but the why I 'cause I did not I couldn't tell you but kind of figured out. Why the whoever was behind this what they were doing and and and like I say play with the at least for me? They played the format enough to where. I'm like okay. It doesn't matter sadder than I kind of figure out the overarching motive here. I don't care about that because it's not about the mystery. It is cast of Shitty people take take. It makes them great to watch. Every time that there's an interrogation that happens it brings a different entertaining entertaining performance. All these people have the most what they wanna do but they also bring in their own personalities behind why they might and and in responding to see how all of them are kind of play to a how the attempt to get play Keno They they range in intelligence when you come in. And that's what makes it kind of funny money. They go anywhere from buried from some very dome two very sharp And they start with sharp so that we get dumb as it goes along. Did you have a favorite. You know what I did. Not have a favorite really because they all brought their own thing did you. Yeah who was Don Johnson. Okay I was GonNa say Digest because Don Don jazzy Don Johnson. It's the dumbest one and done. Johnson's very good. Maybe I feel like maybe he's not I feel like dumb was more Toni Collette. You're okay you know what you don- Johnson I don't know man. He was kind of no he. He was wrong and they got him to do some shit. He played linear time. Almost everybody gets played played hard to play right into. Somebody's hands and like he's not fair because I thought he was the smartest wh why was he your favorite. He he was he was the most entertaining to me like really like he he laughed. I understood his motivations because he's the one member he's like he like. He has no blood with this family. He's he's he's in it by marriage so for him he's sort of outside of looking at them. I can see that you know okay. You know what if I had to choose a favorite our probably say it was Jamie early Curtis Okay because while other people kind of being played a little bit and you know an and they actually are not as smart as they think. The Young Jamie Lee Curtis. She plays Linda Harland's daughter and she's the one that's ready to go in and go toe to toe right right Daniel Craig as been Wa wasn't a been wild block. Yeah yeah she like. That's a stupid name and I see what you're trying to read about. You Bitch don't care about you I read. She's like you think you know me. I did my research on you. Prepare for anything that you throw at me. You don't you don't scare me Mr Blank. I know who you are. I read your profile profile in the New Yorker. I found it delightful. I just buried my eighty five year old father who committed suicide why are you here here at the behest of a client who just a simple man. Elm City Tennessee Tennessee Williams has that comes up in say this my presence will be on a mantle. You will find me a respectful quiet passive observer of the truth thaw you know. He's a cross between now if you know at the Christie. What isn't a Hercule Cafaro Hercule poirot he's like Crosby Hercule Parole in redneck where do you go? What'd you Doma? No He's a I tell you what he might be Kinda rednecks in. It's funny Daniel. Craig jumps at the moment to play. Oh country as characters. Because he wants to play the as far as possible from James Bond as he can. He's there's got to play some more country as rednecks back would fuck you know. I'll as as long as I ain't 007 that's how much hates James Bond surprise. Even worse suit overalls on and no shooting. uh-huh all this. Yeah and you know what I don't mind because I can see why he doesn't like doing james by because he said something at one time which made me mad. He said I'd rather like an is move that they said I'd rather slit my own throat. Then play James Bond again like how much you can pay for this. I say you know what I said. I hope I run into you. Have a knife on hand ready ready to give to you and say all right do it because he saw he's talking about this shit like I don't WanNa play James Bond on my. I'm tired of playing James. I'd rather slipped my throat. Two they gave you the a million dollar. Check man you. You always come to the conclusion that if off enough money you'll do anything. Seven million dollars seventy how much she give to the last ask for movies if he got a million shut the fuck but if you already got your four million and you're set what's more money going to do for you actually more money. That's how much money let me so much. You can spend that time book. My point is you have a you know I can understand saying you know what I'm kind of tired of plan are. I'm ready to move on to something else you in a privileged position that a lot of people aren't in you're playing a role that a lot of people would love to forget the row. You're getting a lot of money that today with the income inequality that we have you again way. More money than ninety percent of people on this planet. Say I'm tired of playing James Bible. You say I'd rather slit my throat. Then take another seven million dollars. Shut the fuck up. Fuck you in the James Bond. They offer to him if you want it that bad taken. Did you play as brought up and like okay. Yes I'll see you doing it. Offer it to me to be doing here. You Knew Martin you coming at me. A check for seven million dollars today. You Open Thomas Studio and you do something to tell you about seven million dollars you'd alphabet. You know what I'll I'll turn tricks you make trying to bait me. There's also a big uh-huh oh you tricks but you won't suck a day seven dollars man. Ah Yes I'll be double Ho seven. No shut the fuck up. You guys have million dollars shut the fuck up and play the role in deal fucking job and quit complaining. You Bet off the most people in the world however I do see why he doesn't WanNa play it because you know he fuck you for your comment but God damn. He's really good in his role you know he he gets to actually exercise these comedic talents and timing. He doesn't get to do and a lot of other roles. Yes when you play a character like James Bond or Batman. It's all about character who doesn't have it doesn't matter acting ranges you don't get the use your skills no you the long as you fit the suit and you stay in shape you just you just grunted emotions and collect a check here. Something a real role you get to actually use your craft. Yeah no that's great. I say Amen Nobody asks you fucking sign that contract to be James Bond. But I'm happy that you're here now. I I see what you're talking about. I usually why you're tired of it. I I wish you could play James Bond so by the second I WanNa do this no more. I got money now breath. I'll bond the fuck out there. Working seventy million dollars. I was shut the fuck up. I do get tired of it. I'll I'll be like well you know it's getting a little bit old but I ain't gonNA be like I'll slit my wrist. Am I gonNa do this again. Hell no brother you do not know me being sitting. Yeah you say that now you act like I'm actually offered the rule and if I do that attitude I won't play the fuck out of James Bond. It'll top of that. I'll be the first black chains to sit Mar.. I'm getting seven million dollars and I'm making history. You got what you WANNA do. Yeah you know what maybe I'll start the campaign Tamar you should you know you're putting me to the test. I'm going to say it means I must say you go for it now for your dream now understand understand. Don't don't settle for this now. Martin understand I can put the petition out there. Nobody accepts it. It's not my only goes so far always leaving the house. Ready to play those assholes. Even put Batman in Edison. Go get the James Bond as always fault could have had some good But you know what the With him talk about comedy. This is a this is mostly a comedy that we watch. Oh yeah you know and and watching him like I said. It's great seeing him. Uses this southern charms on all these people knowing that he's playing them and he does work at well you know and like like I said his timing is great time great The movie is very much a comedy to man you know. I'm looking at some of the people that they have as characters in their Anna Day Armas. Yeah you know how much that they are not how much they are aware that. Yeah we are taking Kinda lightly and we hear most mostly for laughs She's a character that actually she throws up every time she lies. She hasn't condition airtime. She tells a lot. He's shitting on herself blue Um exactly what I don't know if that's a real condition or not. But they do they do realize that it's kind of silly and they are very aware of it so it gives that does get the kind of tone at the movies going for although I will say that. Even though he played for laughs a lot when they crank up the heat on his family they get a little sinister. You know things take on a darker tone and it does. It does have moments wake. It's very tense. So you know there. There's not that you're sitting here laughing all the time and you know you you know it was all about the ducks and all that. It's it's actually when when wants to feel dangerous when wants to feel dark doc. It actually has the suspense that is necessary for murder. Mystery as it moves along with sure setup you go all right. These aren't the best people and May. Maybe maybe there'd be in judge a little harsh but when the heat gets turned you go. Now they're all they're all terrible people man he he even the even the ones. Yeah even nicer when got gotta look dirt on a man like I said the cast is. What really makes us enjoyable? Don't don't go in so much for the mystery itself going for the performances that you see what the cast you know. Everyone is is is really great here. I think that that is what is really resonating with the people when they see the film. That's what really is making this a lot of fun. The you know the because that's what you're going to hear from a lot of people come out they'll say man it was just it was it was just very entertaining and a lot of fun to watch I think that when I talk about the cast I'll tell you one of my favorite people are in the movie besides Sass. Jamie Lee. Curtis is Chris Evans Man. Because it's really refreshing to see Chris Evans just be a complete Dick Command and it works thing is. I'm tired of Chris emms man. I'm tired of hearing about how nice years he always said. Not These tweets defendant people. He has great politics. Play Captain America. WHO's all clean cut to the point? Where he's the captain America in real life? Fuck you I'm sick of this guy. So Yeah Jay's Bagnoli America would be so cool little shady sometimes and he does a love is in Benji. Angie's they talk about how you had a marriage America's ASS and here. He's just a mega asshole. Take his do is really many. He's he's so smug and you got that from the You got from the trailer. But he's so smug in this in so dismissal of everybody any really does play. Well he would normally be the guy that would be killed in a mystery. Colonel is even like dogs folks see. That's the deal breaker for me right. Hugh Drysdale Call Me. Ransom might middle name. Okay this is trooper through Agnes. I'm lieutenant just want to ask a few questions since Sir we're officers of the law. You're gonNA run me in. I don't feel like talking to billy. You want. Ask some questions. What is this this? What's this arrangement Mr Drysdale? CSI KFC. Like I don't believe in police brutality but beat them up take them back back in just beat the smugness out of him. No names us on ransom like I know I'm never want your. You hope somebody will take you want you want the the car to take your kid. They want ransom. I never heard. Somebody's name ransom blogger to just the other day. Did you really hold trying to think where it was. Because I was like wait. I've just heard that name. I was like Oh yeah it was in this movie really. Yes Gosh what was that I I was talking to. was that person. Zal No okay because You know somebody name me ransom that just makes me feel like my parents never wanted me. Take ransom we held them. Yeah that's his name. Why did you name your mom because we will never pay it for you? I don't go play I mean I think that this movie is so well put together that even with what they reveal even with you may maybe guessing what what happens with the motive early on a think that you know. There's enough that's being revealed as as it goes along to kind of keep you guessing now I will say this. I'M GONNA pass it on to you. I do think that the the the ending might be a little bit silly. You know it's one of those endings. Where where I mean for these kind of things I mean l.? All the action is done so the character has no choice but to explain what happened in in and and the character you know. It's one of those things where I knew. They did it because they did that. which led me to believe that they would do this with led to this danger happen right hand is like you know just pulled the mask? scuff old man Johnson bribes. Sherlock would be like okay. God Slowdown Shit. Dude that is just silly. I thought you in and that's something that's hard to avoid but I mean it still doesn't make any kind of the audience is going like all right. Come on give the goods. What what what just happened? Yeah but you were saying that you know you while I'm talking about. I had fun and I enjoyed the cast and everything you sound like you kind of predicting a few things things in a movie kind of lead you to not enjoy it as much as I did. Maybe right and I did have fun and it is all about the cast. I mean it really is about about the cast you you love the actors you like watching them as as these characters And then coming on and they aren't chewing scenery to just you know. Watch them interact. And you're right. That's the heart of the movie. That's what makes it fun. I guess on the downside and the movie was hyped up to me a lot. So we're artemis going like all right. It didn't quite live up to everything I was told and probably what could but it was. Also that the point where I was like. You know what I don't know if this has too many characters but I kept feeling like they could have gone deeper with them and then you have the two younger members of the family. They barely do anything with especially the sun. They they kind of tell you what the son's personality is and he seems to only speak up maybe twice. Yeah and I was like you you know just from stranger. Things are not as a stranger things. No no no from it it. That's the book of Henry. Saint Vincent which I thought you know all things being equal That's interesting how does he play into this. And it's like well he's sort of just a backdrop. Don't worry about it. Yeah I can see that that is let that is a legitimate criticism right there. Yeah and so many of them when they come on all these characters are really interesting. I thought I'm I'm more used to novels or movies or books. Where where they do so much more where it is hard to know like wait? Who who is it? And that's a pretty good motive as well. They flip it a lot and and I didn't have a lot of that flipping. I was like early on. I was like I think I know what happened. And then everything went on to prove that now on one hand it went win it proved that just because it was kind of the most logical. So I can't fault it I hate when a movie goes out of. Its Way to try to throw twists that you it just just for the acrobatics of it. It's like no no come on you. Don't don't get silly with yes so it does play out straight. It's still I'm seeing all this but it's still a very very fun movie. I think it's I think it's a fun crowd-pleasing movie yeah you know I look at this and look at Ryan Johnson. Who is the director here? And Look at Ryan Johnson who you know when he's when he's left to his own unique vision because he does have new way of telling a story You know he has unusual touch with a lot of things that he does for the better in our look at things such as You know one of the one of the things he did after brick. which was the brothers bloom? I haven't seen that and I know you loved it. Yeah it's something where this this guy does not help back This is a project that led him do something that was a little smaller but he got some big names to do it and he got to tell a story that I might succeed. Might not because it might be a little too odds with people but those are the guy when he's not restrained can actually do a a lot of things that you know like I always say man you know what what really works storytelling. When you've seen everything right right right works is just sometimes sometimes the odd way individual? Thanks what they can bring to a story that we haven't seen before sometimes willing Vince up the new. And if you ever see the bro the brothers bloom you'll notice that with him so kind of stuff to you do hobbies. You know that in that is is a heist movie but our con film but he has his own unique way of of telling that which is why probably things didn't work out for the four was the last jet. I you know I mean some people lighted but some insight like star wars today people just split and I think it's because when you look at the last last Jedi you didn't see that individual come out. That is a studio philly. I kept thinking that too. That's why I wasn't mad at him about the last Jedi because knowing doing the kind of films he's made up to that point. I see that being a clash of him being such a A. You know it's not an inventive Certainly a like a a fresh filmmaker who wants to do things that are different going up against the biggest studio of all time with the franchise is going to have the most studio interference affairs. Yeah and you know what it probably was something where he was clashing with some the ideas of what they wanted to do and he and his own vision which in my opinion resulted resulted in a very very very uneven. Yeah that's that's how I would describe that movie. Yeah even yeah and and so you know the he's fighting with a studio and what they want and what he wants wants. Which is why when you when I look at the this movie right here? I think this is where he's very strong. And it shows and is something that I enjoy from his filmmaker. I enjoyed brick brothers. Blew my enjoyed. looper was more of a studio film so it wasn't a his complete vision but it was a lot in la. I even like that movie But this here I think it kind of it you know. We'll see how this works out because people today a complaint about how the theater is full of reboots reboots remakes re imaginings superheroes property adaptations nothing original and this is a completely original. But it's nobody's really asking for plus a something that he's cut free on to do what he thinks you know what he wants to do for his story right and so here you have something eh against the what. What's going on right now? This is probably one the most original things that we have in it turns out that is not so weird that it can't be enjoyed by mainstream audiences it can so this kind of to me satisfies what a lot of people have been asking for and it just remains to be seen if people who are complaining about what I just said I actually going to go see this dude things where it's going to go see a lot of fun and it's it's and when I say I mean the best crowd pleasing counter weighing. I think like this with Thanksgiving being here. Is that red thing where no when Thanksgiving comes around. Okay what do the people have to watch what our young people have to watch. What does the mom have to watch? What his DAD WANNA go see? Everybody's going separate ways. This is something everybody right. See this is you know. PG Thirteen is not something that's too Too offensive move but at the same time is not kid friendly film either. But it's not a fist decayed. You can bring kids and kid you would take the whole family to see this. Yeah I get I get a full Price it's funny. When when this was advertised it was? I remember seeing the trailers for this right around the same time as ready set. Go Great Go. Which one is that the one with the rich family and they bring the girl over and hunting heart through the house? Oh Oh the snow ready or not ready or not. Okay Yeah Radio not okay but I kept getting those two movies confused Just because that same thing the rich Assez took place in the house for the most part But it's almost like that movie. Radio not came out and this movie stepped in and said are you finished. I move and let me show you how to do this. And Yeah it it. It delivers On on what is set out to do and while it wasn't one of my favorite movies a year it is like you said it's very entertaining movie that everybody can go see. I don't think anybody will be really disappointed with it. I I get a low price co cool. Yeah Yeah you know. Oh y'all can stop talking about politics six and getting mad at each other and you shouldn't stop and go see moving. Come out and start fighting again. I don't take you know. Take a break from the fighting. Do do something together. Just one up it together. Go Watch a movie deal. Enjoy this you know what's great about the this has this has over a over Thanksgiving dinner a dinner at At all people have to shut the fuck up and just watch are not people who are dreaded going home politics. Yeah Oh yeah. There's some people go see this and keep talking while the movies Alamo when he was let's go. Get your parents thrown out. Yeah right an oblique get this. We'll stop talking but you all stayed Dean till the investigation is completed. What we ask? Why does something change? No it hasn't changed or no we can't have.

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ROB PAULSEN - Double Toasted Interview

Double Toasted

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ROB PAULSEN - Double Toasted Interview

"Hello everybody Korey Coleman here again again. I'm joining you in the middle of the day and you know what that means that usually means that we have someone who is an honor to speak to someone. We're very lucky to have as I guess. And that is the case today today. I am fortunate enough to be joined by someone who has had I would saying influence and has been a huge part of my life growing up in whether you want to not. He's been a huge part of yours and yours. Yes even yours over there this I I'm joined today by and I've been describing him like this all week. Voice Actor extraordinaire Rob Paulsen. How are era? Well Corey thank you so much for that loved the introduction. I'm breathing and I'm not in jail but today is not over yet so far so good you never know you never know as you say. You're a busy man. You never nowhere happened. Yeah the reason why is a real pleasure. Really thank you have to tell you. I've spoken to many many. The people rob in some people have been very kind of some people have been very Kurt. You far just in the few seconds that we've spoken are you. You're one of the nicest people I've ever talked to. Well that's very kind of you. Thank you for lowering your standards. I Look I've got nothing about out which not to be nice I I don't. I don't really quite understand corey. Why that why what you described in terms of the difficult aspect of some folks don't understand why that's even an issue when you're lucky enough to do something for American dollars that you used to get in trouble for in high school and then Nice people like you take the time to talk to us and put time aside to to lead us into your life and then give us a nice big welcome at a nice big build up? Sure you do that for everybody. And then they're difficult will screw him. I mean that's ridiculous. Plus don't then don't be interviewed. I get it if you're not comfortable and don't do it. I mean this is a privilege I worked it really hard for the privilege of being in a position in which nice people like. You WanNa talk to me. So it's it's my great pleasure. Thank you know You know what I often thought the same thing myself and I do get it. People are busy people things to cheer people have different personalities. But I really do. This is this already just really sets up a very comfortable tone for what I know is going to be an amazing discussion because people they they know they. They've been asking me questions all week about about you because you have been such a part of their childhood even then their lives as they become adults. Yes well it's pretty remarkable A number of the shows does outlook. I I've been way more fortunate than the average actor. Ninja turtles alone. If you get a shot at something that becomes what it is Thank you wow look at that. It's you win the lottery I I am continually sort of a perpetual showbiz lottery winner and now to have people your age younger and even older than I who still love these characters and in the context of Saint Pinky and the brain around a maniacs even love them more than what they came out twenty. Five years ago he's found important characters and I've learned that it's way more than a paycheck. Or you know it's I think a lot of us were able to make our living in a creative endeavor And lucky enough to do it for thirty five almost forty years and then still go to work. Every day you're able to really see What an impact? The characters whether they're live action or animated continue to whether it's traditional cinema or animation Showbiz Showbiz and the the extent to which these characters connect with people is amazing to me and especially as I get older I constantly blown away. It's remarkable yeah you know in a in. I mean what I'll tell you why I'm so so I'm so amazed your demeanor not that not not that I think is right but people have an eagle. But if you did that'd be like okay. Man You earned it you got yeah. Look I've got an EGO. Everybody has one but I think it's in check. A large part of it is that I understand understand that the characters were famous. It's not it's not me an and that's not false modesty good at my job but man. I don't write them. I don't drum and I can't even draw rush stick figures and you got nothing. Any actor will tell you. Got Nothing without a script I'm very good at my job. But Jesus Christ I should be up and doing it for ever for the and and I'm a I'm reaping the appropriate rewards for doing a good job but people don't generally stand in line waiting for the next Rob Paulsen cartoon that may change and I hope it does because everybody wants to star but I have no False sort of Ideas of where I am in the in the Pantheon of Hollywood I I'm confident in myself. I but I think a healthy ego but I also know that this is not the ROB Paulsen show. This is a People like pinky their Rafael Donald Television. Carl Weezer like Arthur. They like all these other characters and and many no. It's me thanks to nice people like you. Who Take the time to chat with me and put my my ugly Mug up there on screen but tens ends of millions hundreds of millions of people these characters and they have no idea who I am and that's fine so I I'm well aware that this is a deeply collaborative effort? Okay so I would just dip it with you on a small level. They're okay you know and that you to your credit you have done. You'll one of the hardest people do research for man because it's just too much stuff you have over five hundred credits credits to you your career and you know and like you said a lot of people they know they they might know you are. They might know the the character which you have done numerous. I have to say that you have done disappointed out there. Let people know we see the cartoon characters there in the animation here but you have done a mixture of both live action and animation within your career and a lot of people you just put that out there with some of the characters in my no as we said it is anywhere from transformers Ninja Turtles Raphael Ninja Turtles. But I mean I how can I even list all the stuff you'd have to go to his. I'm D- page and believe me you're going to spend a minute. It just scrolling on this guy's on his page what one of the characters that. I do know that people love you for is Yoko from Anna. ETA maniacs. And I'm going to ask you do the voice. But here's a here's here's Jakko be character and the character United States Canada Mexico. Panama Haiti Eighty Jamaica Republic Dominican Cuba Greenland two and Oregon Olympia Venezuela Donna. And say. What am I level? Livy then Gotcha. You know what I mean people. You've like actually educate voice. Thank you and again With all due respect to your kindness I man the the guy who really deserves the credit. Well there are several Tom. Ruger created a maniacs and in that circumstance Randy Randy Rogue L.. Who wrote that Shaam again? Please understand this isn't false modesty but you can walk down Hollywood boulevard and throw a dart hit a good singer You can't throw a dart and hit somebody who can write that stuff grandeur. Olga wrote that he wrote Ismay. Beg Universe rare I really anyway anyway. Just facts about the size of Mickey Rooney. And that's what happens and now there are people all over the country watching your show now doing exactly what you get and that is the magic. All I have to do is like a superpower man. I'll have to do and oh you do that. You just start to go speaking. It looks like an average white guy who's writing it is is a different animal and Randy Rowe Gal wrote most of the songs people know for Manta Maniacs including that one and continues to write at a very high level the time he was just working for Pixar texted me yesterday on the show he was working on writing music for the biggest of the big and so it never stops. We're aw grateful. That was a huge part of my life. animating actually this show that absolutely changed my life because it allowed to sing and act and create things. Thanks spur of the moment and it was a perfect opportunity to to a perfect example rather of meeting preparation which results in luck doc quote unquote and So yeah it's it's I'm the one who is the point person. I'm the one who Nice People WanNa talk to by and large but a perfect example of me being good at my job but it was only because I had that song to it just knocked the hell out of rehearsing it when I remember Kinda Sing it from my wife and she said Oh my God what is this is this is not when it presents itself and you've been around for twenty years and you go. Oh my God. This is the pitch I've been waiting for. And it's right over the plate and I'm just going to pound that bad. Oh boy right over the center field bleachers. And that's exactly what happened for a lot of you know you talk about how. Yeah of course everybody you know this. This is a team effort to bring this kind of entertainment to life. You know film specially animation Medford so not not not to Not Give the animators credit. The right is the credit. Of course you know they. They deserve a two but man you know you bring the personality then. Can I just say I should people watching this. It just gave me chills to do the voice right. There isn't that astonishing and I believe you and I know it's true because I hear it all the time and it's happening more and more people and I've been around long time so people start to recognize your hear your voice recognize your name and I promise you cory It is the very best part of what I do to be able to meet. Nice folks like yourself other people all around the world and be able to say. Are you gonNA finish snack stack back. Ma'am loving I'm loving. I know and and tackle happy ever scripted. People just kind of Peter Hansen. It's the coolest thing in the world man. The Chad is screaming right now. The screaming Carl and it's just remarkable and I know that it's authentic in terms of your response because I've had it myself shelf. I remember years ago working with Mel Blanc. Once or twice in and one time I got to chat with a bit is pretty old and You know there is right there with Mr Letterman and I remember asking Mister Blank. What people now ask me? They'll they'll say Mr Paulson it. But it's not too much trouble and I said Mr Blank. If it's not too much trouble would you. And he knew I wanted and he looked at me and he said Leeann what's up. DOC flipped me out. So I totally get what you're talking about and it's it transcends Mr Blank. Being an elderly person and transmit transgens me being at less elderly but nonetheless code person. It's not about the way I look. It's about what happens when you hear a nine. What are we GONNA do tonight? It just kills the greatest thing in the world the so meeting people that have taught to. I've had this these These feelings boy when I've grown up watching them are followed them throughout their careers. I've been very fortunate in that situation do that and this is another situation here man to just be here to hear that you are person that makes me feel like when I do this. I mean I'm almost GONNA cry. You make me feel like I'm the one most fortunate people in the world to be able to experience this kind of thing thank you and I. I'm so grateful that you say that. Because I've had the good fortune of experiencing same type of dealing with folks who I grew up I'd allies and as a result of sort of this. You know a idle idolizing and that gets her no people whom I idolized. I'd allies whether the sports folks Showbiz folk music folk in buying large. They're all really nice people and then every now and then they step a little bit further in my Sort of mental rolodex. Nice people and they become a hero and I'd had that experience which people who I idolized as a result of their talent there You know on the on the ice hockey fan or the Gridiron or on screen or records that I meet them in there really special people and then they becoming helmet hero of mine and the truth is there are people who have become heroes of mine. Who are not celebrities? Get to know them. And then I find what they're about and how they live their lives and Mr Berg is one of those people is clear celebrity but he's a gentleman who moves through his life with such kindness and grace and his talents is unquestioned. Bruce King of Hollywood that takes us back to the beginning of our conversation. When you get a chance to hang out in a bowl with but I work with many times and continued to And you see that when there are people who could be in the way in which you suggested like look a lot. If you're kind of a bit of a diva we understand you know. Oh you've got the room to be that we can be deferential. But they don't behave that way. They're kind they're they. If your scheduled to talk within you have their attention not looking at the watch. It's not persistent. Coming up with the DIAGO. You know they they take the time and it's like you got an our for that hour I am yours and so when I see people who could be that way and they and they are delightful than I- i- shame on me. If I behave in that way you know my my mother would probably come back and slapped me across the haste. I- This is used for for me now I am A. I'm older than probably allow the fans that that that talk to you. 'cause I look at you and I say you know because you're talking about you looks wchs damn good man. I say that right now because I was surprised to learn how your career began in. You know where the live live action animation. But you were around when I was a kid and when I was watching some of the cartoons that that I grew up with I was sorry. I'm losing you. Oh can you hear me now. Okay hello I'm sorry now I gotcha okay. I switched a switch scenes right there. Okay about snow job of yes. I'm talking about snow job from people when I was coming coming up things like transformers. Gi Joe a lot of people say that we're commercials. A lot of people. Say they would just there to sell toys. They did a really good job at it because all of us watch them and I thought that they recall so this is back in one thousand nine hundred three when you did a few voices on Gi. Joe This is clip where you play snow job. We're just two choices straight through them before we let them run over US stumped choice get get them the bad ass man you are man. Of course you were. The snow job is the guy with the with the Code Orange and the red beard right there that was the first cartoon ever did was. Yeah was that That one in transformers that was nineteen eighty three and and it was when I have been doing on camera stuff. Instill was writing both sides of the fence and I got the opportunity to audition for cartoons man. I just wanted to work wasn't like I was against doing anything. I liked to work as a singer. I who became an actor and moved out to La Ostensibly to live action and and then that opportunity arose and I jumped on it because there was another. She has to work but I started getting more and more work in that rally album and it was great because the first thing I recognize when I walked into those sessions many actors who might recognize from doing Traditional television when when I was growing up and they were in doing animation and nobody was limited by their look. And when you're now celebrity talent we just just another actor in Hollywood and you're trying to get work you are immediately pigeonholed by the way you look. Because that's how the castings breaks down. We're looking for you know a Caucasian location guy. Five foot ten hundred sixty five ish pounds to play the boyfriend of this girl we've already cast goes but when you're not limited by that that's that's fantastic and it was the case thirty five years ago and it's the case now I'm still unlimited by the way I look only limited committed by skill and by the kindness of people hire me man and it's it's great you know that's that's one of the things I want to ask you that same year in one thousand nine hundred three. We're talking about talking mostly about animation but we also said that you know you work in a live action that same year in one thousand nine hundred three in a movie. A Western horror Western in a blue car is a fire right you know. What else am I gonNa Fresh Face Rob Paulsen young outbreak there So a Lotta people see you sometimes and live action. Here's a here's a quick scene from among is a fire right here. Burn House taking to hanging mistake. Don't get mixed up in his troubles. Don't go looking at this man and seeing how you started out Bolton in that same year an animation doing gi Joe. And then. Because I know you did one on one. You did an animated movie short before our show that you went on credited for bright before that. Would you know what let's look at page because what it. You are credited here we go. I mean people look at this. Look look at this. You will spend all day going through this but at the very bottom right right there your credit for Dexter the dragon and bumbled the bear. Your the Dogma GonNa English I honestly. I don't remember what that is. I in nineteen eighty-three. Gosh I truly don't I I don't remember it And people in I do a lot of conventions around the world and it's always this wonderful opportunity to meet people and then I go home exhausted but I from three days exhaust from saying thank you. I mean that's a great way to get tired out because I get to say thank you all day and very well meaning people who are much younger than you will come up and you know because this the new technology like we're experiencing now. IMDB all of these things that are essentially forever. If you're willing to go look for them. People come up and say hey what was it like working with or how you remember that session that you did four and I say I be an asshole. But I don't remember in two thousand sessions ago and I work every day almost so I'm sixty three years old. Which means I've been at L. A.? For forty years and and not every day but many of those days I worked and that's the results that the IMD is the the my IMDB page is result of that. Ah So I often don't. I just cannot remember things on which work but you know what if they make you happy and make a smile and you get a kick out of it Fairmont Burma. Yeah you talked to Keith David. Not Too long ago. And what an actor he is. He's amazing amazing. He's and he's on he. He did the same speed. Great Voice. Yeah you have you ever worked with Keith David. Before I worked with him on guards gargoyles. Yeah I think I did. Maybe sure report episodes gargoyles and Yemen. He just you can hear that guy. Read the phone book into Blow Your Mind. Yeah it's because there was a movie back I think the same year nineteen eighteen eighty three I said. Do you remember this movie. Nobody remembers like two eighty three. I say I brought them. A movie called Disco Godfather and he was like hell is that he was mad about uh-huh by the yeah he was he was like I do not remember that and I thought well maybe you just don't want to remember but apparently people like yourself and keep David you work so much. Thank you know that you have such a long span decades of work that you can forget. Sometimes well we're Keith. And Very lucky. We're both journeyman actors. I would say Keith is much more well known than I am. these ib his on camera work. Because he's done. A lot of movies are great. Ladies to terrific accurate very handsome Celo and he has an incredible voice. He's got it all but we are. Both I would say rank and file working king actors and very happy to be so I think both of us could probably retire. But it's not like being Brad Pitt or Denzel Washington. You know. We're we're in in that nice sweet spot between being homeless and being a movies you know we. We are actors who I would suggested. Tested found a way to carve out a very nice living for ourselves. We are driven by the same Jones to work as we were when we were youngsters. I and that is not hyperbole. I love to work if it satisfies my soul. It makes people happy. I now have have. I would submit. You know fairly supportive fan base. Who goes out of their way like you and your listeners and watcher viewers there's rather to to hear what I have to say man guys like Ethan are incredibly incredibly fortunate and moreover you so you now cheat? He's a delightful man and we know how fortunate we are. So it's it's a real good It works out for everybody because in the chat some people let me see scroll over a little bit. I don't know if you can see it. But some people like seeing robin very handsome. He looks good literally. It must be something with skype by appreciate that anybody out there. That thinks I'm handsome. Thank you very much for that I am I am I am I we acco- and yet here I am tongue tied. I don't know what to say. Thank you very much You know I people looking at Disney Dan. This guy was in everything I watched as a kid. I just just for this person show called Caban. I don't remember Blam what is that. Ah because they said he was in everything but that and I was like well. Let's see wasn't it. Maybe was I don't know I could have been maybe a couple of Abbas are sounded by career ending ending. I don't know I don't recall a couple of hand but yes it could've been you know. Speaking of Europe live action career. Where we just you know we were talking about that and you know there's there there's there are people that you talk about how people don't don't don't know you or you face? We have people online nine. who was so? They are such fans as such followers of view. Actually there there. I don't know if you've seen this their their videos their series online. Where saying is that Rob Paulsen? They just find you. You know as being like almost like an extra someone in the background. Here's when we were in space balls. Yes yes I think that all my God show. That's that's you that's voice. Now that that was a a a movie on which I did which called looping which means that post production voices were added to the movie to to enhance certain scenes. One of which was that coming. The desert seem. And what's remarkable about that first of all it's Mel Brooks. It's an iconic comedy but what was cool for me as it was a great group of actors I got to work with including Phil Hartmann Hartmann and I worked on that show together and we had become really good buddies before Phil L.. Became Phil and I have a great story in my book. A book called Voice Lessons. It just came out a couple of months ago and a great great story about his. Thank you buddy. I'm about working with Phil and I think it was Nancy. Cartwright who's Bart Simpson and trust trust McNeil and I think it was John Paragon whose job the genie from peewee bunch of GROWLING A it worked on that project. And so you get to work with Mel Brooks and Phil Hartmann and have great stories. And and then years later people say Oh my God Rob Paulsen is at you and you know space balls and it is and it's on my IMDB page fills IMDB. Beijing makes for a great stories. Pretty cool get being involved with things that you don't know twenty five years in advance that they're going to become what they become. Yeah Yeah you know. In the way people find you like who are known that people would be like looking just for your voice in a mobile APP. This also is this. You just is this you standing behind that you. That's not you know. In fact I was not on any on camera. Stop in space boss. It was just my voice. I think I worked on the show for two days doing post production but again the best part of that whole experience was getting to work with Mr Brooks and and with this group of actors who became were they are. The you know Nancy's Bart Simpson. For God's sake and and fill the late great became an icon in his own right just in that live and all the understood. So these guys were all there at the beginning and It's a pretty remarkable experience to look back and say while these people are my friends and and and they they still are fill US unfortunately gone but atop the nasty last week and we're very close you know looking at how you've gone from early on how you've done live action and you do Animation go do voice work. How did this start out? I mean did you. Did you start out wanting to mainly do live action and then just kind of just got put into animation are was the did you not mind either way. You would just look into work precisely as I said earlier I came to La Fella who is a singer who became an actor. Delilah live theater around the country and That was my my decided. It was time to go play. In the big Kids Pool L. A. and I was doing episodic television the occasional movie as you've seen and then Probably five six years into my life out here. I had the opportunity to audition addition for cartoons like any other bishen commercials TV and Radio Commercials Movies Television Shows Theater and it was just another chance to work work But what happens. I think in as I said earlier that adage about luck meeting preparation as the idea is whatever you choose for your livelihood. Is that often people on. Whether it's a degree they receive in college or creating their own business being a retailer. You have to put your spouse as self in space to get lucky to hand being born in Detroit Reut and being a as they say pure Michigan proud of my roots in Detroit and Flint Michigan. I'm pretty much done what I could do back there and it wasn't like it was dismissed thing Hollywood. It was mystical. Because it's Hollywood but we get to a point. Say Well if I'm as good as I think I am. Ain't nobody GonNa find me back here. It's no it's no slam on living in Ohio or Michigan or Oregon getting or Florida or main it or can or anywhere. It's like okay. Well for people who got if they WANNA make this my career but I I have to be in a place where people can see me. And that's how you put yourself in a spot to get lucky luck. Learn really isn't in my case A confluence of opportunity that you create from being in a place where there is opportunity opportunity and then busting your ass to put yourself in a place where the opportunity presents itself and you're ready with with your chops does it mean you're going to nail it and that you're going to work on a show that becomes animated pink in the brain or Saturday night live or whatever no there are many people. Oh dear. French McNeil Auditions for Saturday. Night live twice. Didn't get job but she is. The most profoundly religious just voice actress in the history of Hollywood. You Look Trust McNeil's IMDB Patriot. You guys know as crazy cat lady from Simpson's or Mama giraffe Dot Warner owner or babs bunny or over and over and over you look her. IMDB she never you know hammered saying live but she hammered every every their cartoon. The so. It's not your Is Not to say that everything that you go for every opportunity that presents itself. You're going to get really lucky and and be success. Whatever that means a lot to give yourself the best shot yet to to get your chops in order and being a place where people can give you that shot? And that's what I did now. Times are different. We have youtube. We have skype. We have All these opportunities stitcher of pod cash rush over and over and over again to ply your trade and get out there and get lucky but I still think to have a career and to lashed and to do it for ten and twenty thirty forty fifty years you have to maintain your relevancy and you have to be have an ego in which sure able to say. Okay Man. I gotTA keep my chops up. Because they're young people coming in for everybody is good or better expire by meet. They like my my work and they are gone on Sunday. I Love Your Rob and I'm a stan- maybe even your one of my heroes but I'm going for it because I want that job and that's exactly the way it should be that as a compliment to me. It's not meant to knock me down. It's meant as a compliment opponent. But if I want to stay relevant. It's my choice to say. Keep up our great kids coming in where everybody is good or better than I and and they're gonNA take what they've learned from me to a much higher level. There's a point at which out be able to say okay. I'm done but I'm not yet so I gotta I take that as inspiration ration- keep doing it. And that suggested wind should those are great words a C A C people in Chatham talking about men. That's inspiring me right now. What you just said you know? We've been talking about a lot of the stuff you know. Maybe that was more more mature. But we're we're talking about a lot of the animation stuff that you've done which is skewed more for family entertainment. How is it known for for for family entertainment and then in having kids come up and say to you how you know how cute these characters are? Great these characters are now you know how family friendly and then be remembered by somebody who says you know what men are. Remember when you were in that movie body w when I should have been watching as a kid back. My income shadow tank was great. You're the camera guy embodied double right there. You know how is flip flopping from talking to kids is about all these nice characters and then you know having to talk about some of the having having to talk to adult about some of the more mature stuff that you've done well that's another example An opportunity to work. I was twenty seven twenty eight years old in that shot that movie and I I remember going to audition for it was directed by Brian. Depalma Ryan to Paul Mba. It's a big deal. Brian depalma directed scarface directed Oh Gosh the woman Angie Dickinson. Direct directed Kerry original Kerry. I mean Brian. Look Brian Depalma's in that you know in that group that up directors Steven Spielberg and and Francis Ford Coppola. Martin Scorsese film school graduates zinc time so getting to work with Brian Depalma. Whose move just before that was scarface and I went to read? I got home and there was a voice message. Ah John Mind machine from agent saying Bryant. loved you. They're not gonNA use you for the character that additional thing else adds it's two or three days work and off you go and I didn't chair what it was. I knew the kind of outline of the story and I got there and it was this camera man and a porno movie shoot and I was in could I turned it down. Of course what I had. No I had to work and I wanted to work and years years later. It's been a lovely thing about which to chat because I even had an experience which when my son was fifteen or sixteen years old. He had a bunch of buddies over watching TV. I'm sitting sitting in front of where it used to be right now came into our sleeping Were unit movie called body. Double uh-huh and I did that. I did what you're doing now. And he said Oh my God you guys. It was my dad. This is funny. He recognized you young to look man you have to accept the good with the questionable. I own it all and I'm happy to talk about all of it. Yeah Eddie I mean that is being questionable that I liked by the W. No I can use a good movie I mean you know. It's it's Craig Watson and Melanie Griffith. That was remarkable that gentleman who saw me with the in the in that shot their played a really interesting part in in scarface. That actor forgive. Don't remembers numbers name. But he played a chainsaw sort of a mob chain saw murderer in scarfing scarfing. So yeah. He's the one I saw the gun having the best in the bathroom. Yeah John Looking tense scene right so anyway I look we did not know about MVP or youtube or any of this numb at that time and that would come back to heart. Yeah but I look at it that way I look at it as an example of something else that I can talk about. I was grateful for the job. I'm always grateful job every now and then people say Oh my God rob. You're in this thing called dot dot dot. That was. Yeah Bet that you wish you'd never done that. If I took a paycheck and I cash I got nothing to bitter universal universal studios gave me money. They Fed me Brian. Depalma let me in his movie. I was grateful for that opportunity. My son John was coming along. I got to buy baby food. I got to buy diapers cars that months. Are you kidding me man. I'm on everything that I have. Even my life dog food. This toilet paper is paid for with show Biz money money. I earned doing something that I would have done for free if I were a banker and I was living somewhere else and I got to work. You know in theater on the weekends and it's nothing against bankers and just saying I earn every my son's college gas in my cars motorcycles. Golf balls shoes. You know the the the money I spend the heat in my home is paid for with money earned doing something that I love just for the sake of how it makes my soul. Happy Dude. I won the lottery and I know it. There's no pretense here. This is a glorious thing thing that I've gotten to do and then I get to speak with Nice young people like you and the folks watching you and I'm not special. The way I make my living is kind of special official but I know how lucky I am and I'm not I'm not quitting and then I had throat cancer three years ago and I'm okay but now I have an opportunity to talk about throat. Cancer in the context of someone who is the voice of your child and I know that's not hyperbole. There are people yourself herself included. Who would say me Tom? Kenny tress McNeil Nancy Cartwright You Know Maurice Lamarche Marsh Frank welker pure column are hangers area. Harry were all the voices are Bana cash underwear the voices of your childhood on Seth Macfarlane and we really are but now I can talk about throat cancer with authority with with empathy. And I'm still working every day so now I have an opportunity because because of what could have been construed as like who shit while also so what man you guys know people that have cancer. Why not me? And I'm not a hero but but now I can talk about my cancer. Say and I'm back doing all these fantastic shows even after states three so cancer even after lots of radiation even after chemotherapy. All of that stuff so now. I don't know when as a result of your kindness there might be somebody watching this. Who's going to be inspired to get their own ship and everybody has everybody gets deigned? Everybody doesn't get Outta here here without a couple of scratches so it's my turn to tell that story and you're giving me the opportunity so it works out really well for everybody. No no I appreciate that. I appreciate you You know not only your humbleness but just being aware a lot of people they take that for for granted and clearly. You don't think great. Thank you very much for the for for telling me that because I don't and again look. Nobody's perfect the shelf included the differences. I think that I have parrots and a wonderful spouse awesome wonderful son who sent attic people with whom I work. Who all get Maurice? Lamarche is life. This Frank Welker is like this two things happened and let me make sure that I have is two things happen. Real quick one unnoticed. That the computer froze. I don't know what happened. I'm looking at this right now to see where we ended hold on hold on has it. Everybody gets dinged. Everybody doesn't get Outta here off screen so we did. We got most of that. We got most of that interview. Right there Listen what happened was the computer if froze and also rob had to go to work. He's got like he's going to go. Do some voice work if you were watching the interview. I apologize for what happened in fact bring up my bring up the chat here so I can see what you guys are talking about but yeah we Abegg but unfortunately rob is not back but rob said he will be back. This guy is so kind man this guy. Hi So Nice Rob Paulsen. Let me go and pull up where he is right now. This is the interview that we were doing. You don't want to see my face areas right there if you will listen to the interview. This is a voice voice acting legend Rob Paulsen who has done so many voices and I'm sure is a part of all your childhoods out there. There is doing with all the voices that he's done but let me tell you what happened here. Rob Rob said that he would be back. He has to go to work with the computer stopped but he has such a great time talking that he said that he will he. We'll be back. He will return to do another interview. He'll finish this off and I think man. That's that is very cool of to do that. That is that is amazing that he would be even that he would even do that. So what we're going to do is let me see here on my dashboard off a second. Can you guys and let me go ahead and bring up the chat here so I can see you guys talking but yeah. He said he had a great time. And we're going to reschedule. We're GONNA rescheduled for next week. Maybe next week sometime so I'm sorry if I get to your questions. I'm sorry if I wasn't able to finish interviewing cut off some weird space my apologies on that. But he said that he will be back. He said that We'll do a part to we'll have another long discussion and you really enjoyed not only talking to myself but really appreciate it all together and give. That was kind of very conduct.

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Gordon Barfield: AMB Sports and Entertainment Director of Business Strategy  Work In Sports Podcast

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Gordon Barfield: AMB Sports and Entertainment Director of Business Strategy Work In Sports Podcast

"Hey it's Brian. We are in some crazy times right now. No one predicted a sports shutdown or the education system being closed for business. But here we are. I have three kids at home right now. Who should be in middle and elementary school? But you know what we're doing. We're continuing to keep them on a learning schedule. And you should do that too. Now is a chance to update your resume. Work on your network. Make sure you're ready for video interviews and more and one way you can do. That is through our working sports academy courses. We are one hundred percent online. Which is the appropriate social distance. And you'll learn incredible strategies tactics and techniques that will get you hired in sports wants. The world gets back to normal checkout working sports dot com slash academy for more details. Trust me you'll enjoy what we've created and you'll learn a lot to all right. Let's start the countdown pro. Hey everybody. I'm Brian Clap. Vp of content for working sports DOT COM and. This is the work in sports broadcast right. Now I'm about to lead into this incredible podcast interview with Gordon. Barfield director of Business Strategy for sports and entertainment. That is the ownership group for the Atlanta Falcons in Atlanta United F C Gordon Credible. He's a West Point Grad got his MBA at Warton and has been crushing it with Ambi. We're GONNA talk about how the Falcons look to the future. Their businesses the strategy behind cashless transactions inside the stadium and how they built their fan base and community all extremely valuable conversations. We will not be talking about corona virus because when I record this interview three weeks ago it hadn't really happened yet. So take a break from all the chaos learn more about sports business. Find your focus. See if this is a sign of the industry that interests you because we will get back to normal hopefully sooner rather than later and you want to be prepared so learn a little something from today's guest Gordon Barfield director of Business Strategy for sports and entertainment. Hey Gordon how's it going today going? Great how are you? I'm doing really well. I'm really excited to talk to you about everything. Happening at a NBC sports entertainment and your background in the military and some of the things that have really launched you in your career. So let's jump into this Before we get into your world of business strategy and all the steps you took to get where you are now. I WANNA go back to that military background a little bit and the synergy you find between the military and sports because I find that we have a lot of people in our audience who are from a military background and a veteran veterans that are looking to transition into this world and that seems to be very aligned with your background. You're a West Point Grad an active duty. Army until two thousand fourteen. Why do you think that is? Why is there such a parallel between active military or retired veterans? Who are looking to transition and seen the sports world is a fit. Yeah absolutely so. I've spent five years in the army entirely in the entry You know we're not transitioned out. Probably some of the same reasons that a lot of other veterans have and. I knew there'd be some things that I would have a tough time finding outside of the military and I think you know top ones that come to mind. I knew I'd missed. The Camaraderie shared sacrifice the fighting for something bigger than yourself. I think those are things. That many veterans come to mess especially after they get out and out for a little while I think many vets are drawn to sports and sports business due to some of those close similarities You know it's the people culture that shared purpose of achieving a common goal that you find in both military and sports would you consider yourself a competitive person. Is that part of it as well. Absolutely something I really was drawn to just in the business world To start with but then even more so in sports you take a you know world where winning on the field dries success but also winning business and kind of put those two together and it was just a perfect fit in business and sports. Absolutely everybody I work with. I share that same competitive desire competitive dowdy. Yeah I always wonder if that's an essential component because I've been in the industry for twenty years now my background's in the sports media and I just felt like it was a very competitive world and I thrived in that world. I love that and I find most people. I talked to have that kind of a competitive spirit and I just wondered from your perspective is. That is that you've identified as being essential for success in the sports industry absolutely and it goes all across sports business landscape so even just creative people who are doing graphic design by everything. They're doing and they want the they want to be the best at it. They want to have the best marketing campaigns. They want to be the most innovative team most innovative stadium who's competitive nature seeing across everything that we do And it really permeates through all lines of all bold and all types of work in the company. Yeah I love that personally. I love that drive to always be the best and that is something. That's really essential in our industry so I found interesting in your background when you were at West Point. You're you're in mechanical engineering. Which doesn't necessarily translate to the sports world quite as well and then after the army you got your MBA from wharton. So why this step? How did when did you hit that moment? Where you're like okay. Maybe it's not the mechanical engineering thing. Maybe I need to really enhance my business. Now this is the right. When did you hit that moment? Where that was a realization. You want to pursue right. So got my Undergrad. Degree in mechanical engineering really had no desire. Jeopardy engineer would sounds kind of silly for that. We're joined and went into the army. After West Point I went to the infantry And Years Pretty much none of my engineering abilities or skill set so you know I. I did because I enjoyed it. I like the problem solving approach. Critical thinking that those those traits are things that are taken with me. Well decided to leave the army I knew I wanted to get into the business world and I wanted to myself out best for success in the business world and so to me getting an MBA at a top school. Felt like a natural choice. Then I was blasted except to have opportunity to work after that at McKinsey and Company And really throughout Montana. Both Work Nam Mackenzie owes able to develop skills and some of the capabilities that I think prepared me very well. The transition to into my current job here. You said something really interesting in there that I latched onto. You talked about problem solving traits. And that's something I think we probably don't talk about. Enough is just the ability to Zia problem and solve a problem and as it relates to business or industry or anything that you're involved in and having a vision for solutions is that something that is just a intrinsic thing with the new or is that something kind of developed over time. I think it's something you have to have. I think a lot of people want to be problem solvers. I'm but they don't necessarily have the in the background or the skills or really the training to get to a point where they're truly effective. I think something you see at all levels across all companies big and small and there's always a need do better and better job of solving problems quickly. Efficiently effectively Company that I focused a lot on and like it's been a good skill set to have especially in the sports world. It's true I remember when I had a staff staff of thirty five and when people would come in and to my office with the problem instead of just coming up with a solution for them I always say back to them. Alright Gimme two ideas you know. What do you think we should be doing? How do you think we should be solving this problem? And at first it was like you got all this pushback people were like well. I don't know that's your job. You know what I mean. They wanted me to solve it for them. But as soon as you start to get into that mentality and pushing people and saying give me two ideas. Give me your thoughts. And then they present their two and then maybe I'd say that's not bad. Let's what about this though. And you get them thinking that way and challenging themselves way next thing you know. They become problem solvers. So it does seem to me like that's something that can be trained or at least expected of staff. Do you agree Absolutely I think there's some things you can do. Your example you gave you gave a little bit of structure is that I come up with some ideas what structure. What's what's think about. What are the possible outcomes? Where the possible scenarios we can we can go down. And then you can enable and empower people to solve problems themselves of rely on one person to do all of the all problem solving and idea creation and execution and all that so right at this point in your career. You've got your Warton. Mba you're at McKinsey. These are great places to learn and educate yourself did you. Were you still kind of figured out who you wanted to be when you grew up because it's still pretty a pretty big jump into the sports world. We're still searching for your long-term fit or did you kind of have this is for eventually. I want to get to the sports world absolutely so I think I'll still looking for that long term set when I was at McKinsey and just given the nature of consulting you're bouncing between different companies and those are all inherently short-term opportunities but didn't know the types of things I was interested in that new the types of work I didn't WANNA do And the types of companies I would like to work at and just so happened that NBC sports and entertainment and Sports World Accu most of those companies bidding. Like what I wanted to do in my career so natural fit and the timing was right. Yeah so you joined a NBC sports and entertainment just about two years ago. It's a parent company for the Falcons United Mercedes Benz Stadium and some other other Arthur blank's ventures a tough one. You join them as director of business strategy and this was your first true. Gig In sports were there any eye opening moments when you first got started with. Am Be like did you look at it and say Whoa. This is completely different than I've done before or anything. That kind of stands out from that that those first couple dancer year yeah. There's a few things that stood out. I think one is the the core values that the entire organization truly lives now. It's something that Mr Blank and our top leadership did put a pretty passionate focus on and there was something refreshing to experience especially coming from Mckinsey working with large corporations. Another thing that I think was was eye opening What was your organization's commitment to invest in not just and things to make money but also invested in the stands investing in the community and then really invest in the employees. We had his bench here. that our company has you know. Has It pretty unique for land of being highly profitable but also pretty small and it's got a pseudo startup stays with the United Mercedes Benz Stadium? Only being a few years old and they're still a pretty big focus on innovation and growth that combination of things. And it's just something that's you don't get a lot of other places knows just hoping to see all of that will come to fruition and come to light there over the last few years. So what would you say is the main thrust of your role with the organization? What does it mean to be the director of business strategy because it seems like a pretty broad title in cover a lot of areas? How would you define absolutely not that way? Pretty Nebulous title a so. I'd say you know for me and my team. We have a handful of responsibilities. I pulled in a lot of different ways but I have a few primary functions I lead and manage strategy development strategic. Planning I manage keys. Projects Ashes a thought partner with most different departments in the business that spends significant time working on on ways to further improve our business. So that includes things like growth strategy initiatives towards improving. Fan Experience cost-reduction programs organizational health building etc. So it sounds like an away. You're always looking towards the future what's needed next. What's happening next? Is that is where you have to kind of? Keep your creative lens on is is were. Where can we be going absolutely I try to? I think that's something that people have a tendency to think short term here now but it's good to have at least part of your business thinking a little bit further out. And where do we want to be when we grow allows the business? Where should we be three to five years? We don't know what's going to happen in the industry. We don't know what's going to happen here in our city or Konomi whatever it may be having some thought looking a little further out to prepare for those. Here's uncertain outcomes uncertain scenarios so I interview the town acquisition lead for Major League Baseball team and I asked her about the role that is in highest demand for her. Like what are they really trying to develop and grow within their team and she said without a doubt without batting an eye business strategy and analysis. And since you're on this side of the industry tell us what traits and skills makes someone successful in this world of business analysis and strategy and even broader. Why do you think sports teams are adapting this vision? More the Starwood that last question there I think people are realizing that the industry has shifted a bit in the last several years now. Big Competition for sporting events is is the TV people sitting at home or on their IPAD or streaming or having all these different angles. They can look at it more comfortable And a lot of ways and actually going to a stadium so I mean it's it's hard tickets out harder to make people into your venue Into shifting and so how do you prepare for that? I work in the baseball world. They face the challenge even more visibly Ri- with eighty one home games Just getting people in that. How do you keep fans engaged? And had the season ticket holders really see value in there and what they purchased You're going back then to some of the traits and skills Why I think this type of role of in higher man. I'd say I is the ability to communicate right so it's able to provide clarity structure. Give that appropriate level of abated driven analytics analytics and insight I probably a day is critical. Thinking Brad sewed sticking through all the possible scenarios challenging assumptions and in approaching problems in a structured way Next maybe is the ability to gain alignment from people across the business and get them to feel a sense of ownership. And a lot of things that you do. There's I'm not the head of sales. I'm not the head of finance but it's the ability to pull them together and get everybody to align on things really fight towards and work towards those common objectives. I'd say. Lastly it's being a well rounded leader That includes both leading team but also leading across the organization. Oftentimes when you don't have any position authority You're starting internal clients and your point teams together. Employing work together without any real authority. But how do you lead in in that sense? Maybe those four things would be some of the top ones that come to mind why people are looking at here. That business strategy analytic huddle goal. That's great that's really some incredible insight there. One thing I noticed is I was at the. You've mentioned a lot about fans and coming to the game and buying tickets and all that part of it is so I was at the National Sports Forum recently and I. It seemed like the overarching theme of the entire conference was the fan experience and it seemed like an. I noticed this too. I came to Mercedes Benz Stadium last year. And then we had a corporate tour on a thing and what? I was amazed at. Is that the change in philosophy of stadiums and arenas and expectations. So it's not just. We expect somebody to buy a ticket and sit in their seat the entire time. We're making an entire environment for the fan to engage in and have a good time at the event. There's all kinds of different little micro areas that they can go and hang out and do different things. It's an entire experience. Is that what you're seeing to? As a trend in the industry is saying. Hey it's not just about in your seat and watching the game we WANNA make an entire fan experience. That's right I think it's definitely becoming a trend towards maximizing that fan experience at something that Arthur blank dead when he decided to go with a fan friendly. A food and beverage pricing right. So you see in the stadium dollar fifty hot dogs two dollars sodas. He's finding those those pain points fans and they come. They have to having to buy a ticket and you have to pay for parking. You get here. And then you're buying eight dollar hotdogs and and people don't want to do that and that's what they can ruin experience to bring a family of four to a game and not get out of spending hundreds of dollars. That was one of the things that we did here are. Stadium is just make the focus on on our fans getting into the stadium moving around the stadium being able to find and purchase without waiting having minimal restrooms. Wait Times all the things kind of add up to making our worst experience and then when you're actually are watching the game having technologies there and having the production and the entertainment is making a full experience. So that's not just sitting sitting there freezing while watching your team who you know. We can't control how good the team is Can't control and lots and so we can control the experience around the around the venue and really for that season ticket member especially what's their experience throughout the year. Not just on Game Day. Yeah that's been one of the biggest Aha moments for me. As I conduct a lot of these interviews that I talked to people who are in sales they always say we can't sell winning and losing but we can sell the experience and that's an important thing to love that more and more teams are seem to be getting smarter about that and saying. Hey this is where we need to build things On the on the point of your concessions and the and the pricing model. I think that's obviously been huge for you guys. You also led the transition at Mercedes Benz stadium to a cashless transaction model which is really groundbreaking again leaders in this. Why why was this important for the long term goals of the operation? Yeah absolutely so stadium. Stadium is unique in a lot of ways we have just the sheer number of food and beverage transactions. We handle and really short window time. So you know four hours. Upwards of ninety thousand beverage transactions in a stadium And you know that caused a lot of things to go well but also it has a lot of challenges that go along with it and biggest one is the reliance on cash rides over half of our transactions with cash. It two years ago When you have that much cash you have to spend several hundred thousand dollars. A year managing the caps with security to Newcastle around. Ask counting operation near over a million dollars in cash and float in your stadium to the second team is transactions. Take longer cash. And we're in the business of getting people through lines as quick as possible though so they have a better experience but so they'd get back and watch the game and really. It's about fifteen minutes before the game and then the fifteen minutes at halftime we just can't afford to be slow Last week I mentioned are fan. Friendly Pricing We ended up going with pricing and whole dollar increments just so we could avoid. Give me out coins and change two dollars. Three dollars four dollars. Unfortunately that prevented us from ever adjusting prices by anything other than a dollar to going cast. It's actually allows us to fix that Do now the dollar fifty hotdog instead and going to help actually fix all those problems While at the same time we we spend a lot of time thinking through considering. How do we buy exclude those people who truly only have cash until we also be able to do that? There's excessively I love that you're looking at it from it's almost like he conduct a focus group and all of these fans come in and say hey. I hate waiting in line for the bathroom. I hate waiting in line for food. I want to have a really fun experience when I get there. And you're like okay. Great there is our business plan like these are the things we need to fix your problems. It's like it's great. You really attacking the issues that matter most of the fans absolutely not what? Our core values is listening respond. We spend a lot of time surveying talking to our fans finding out what they want and really reading pass. What they're what they're saying sometimes to the root cause of what are their concerns and what really irks them when they come to the game and then taking that addressing those those problems and fixing them. Yeah so okay. I've worked with people throughout my career. Who are really great on ideas but not very strong and execution. And then I've worked with others who the opposite. No ideas graded executing and we all know like the greatest idea gets US nowhere unless you can execute upon it so is it in your eyes and in your role to be able to kind of balance both sides to be able to be creative and come up with ideas or come up with solutions to problems but also be able to gather people together and execute on a mission and be able to project manager. Pro You know just to be able to actually get things done. I think they're both vitally important. You need to build to do both right. I think in different levels of any organization that the focus between the two fluctuates The real challenge to me is is finding the balance and when it's appropriate to do one more than the other Kept to find a balance in developing ideas delegating responsibility imagining those processes providing oversight and then also just doing things yourself sometimes. You can't do all the planning the execution for everything. So it's crucial developed at that level of trust with your team and then empower them to do their jobs I think it's when you strike the right balance and you know the balance of you know what Schneider doing first Bush others be doing. It makes it a lot simpler not easier so in your background in both the military and highly successful organization like Ambien McKinsey. You've been exposed to a lot of different types of leaders so in your view. What makes a good leader? That's a tough one lot wanting to make a good leader The top ones that come to mind for me leader must be competent at their job. Others need to trust. Today they can. They can do their job and they can do. Well which sounds pretty simple but not That I would say is you have to be able to inspire and empower others to Excel It's not just telling somebody to do something. But it's inspiring them to want to do things themselves into want to be great to want to excel. They may be last one showing respect at all times. Right so what? You're expecting your self respecting your team. Respecting Customers Byron the community. He's showing respect at all times. You keep that in my like my being respectful like kids like are you showing respect right now and if you are then it probably doing the right thing so keeping respect doesn't top thing that you're doing is is being respectful and that's Jeff third one there. Yeah those are great. I mean. That's seriously like that. That you've just drawn up. The the perfect model of what a leader looks like a and I wonder does leadership change based on environment. So like you being from the military did you have to change your style at all like I would imagine. There's a little bit different approach. When you're leading people in the military there's a different you know end result cause-effect pressure versus in the executive suite. Or they're kind of there are some parallels absolutely right so an high intensity situation and when you're in the infantry you can lead in a lot different way billionaire a lot different way than when you're in a boardroom With people from all different backgrounds read so I've always tried to adapt my leadership style based on who I'm leading and the environment I'm in obviously the corporate world. You don't have any legal authority like you would in the military. Although I'd say should be relying on that vendor in the military Do think it's even more important in the business world to develop that emotional intelligence. I mean that you we often don't think about when you're when you're in the military You know you encounter people from far far lighter. Rains background skill sets motivations and beads. And you have to be able to meet them where they are. You can't always expect them to do things or let so it's being able to adapts. Not just on the company but also the individual person that you are leading as people respond to different things. Yeah for sure I that was one of the biggest moments for me when I got into management was realizing that everybody has different motivations and touch points and needs and wants and and really understanding each individual and what they needed to be successful. It's different it's every person you kinda go about a different way with and once you realize that and can realize those buttons that are the right ones to push. It can make all the difference. Let's finish up with this. You're someone with clearly with a military background. We've talked about and I have spoken with a lot of people in this realm and they say hey. I don't have the time or the ability to do the traditional internship or about the quote unquote normal process of transitioning to a career in sports or otherwise. So you live this. You were an infantryman so you weren't doing internships for Minor League Baseball Team Right. So what advice would you give someone who has served their country and is now trying to transition to a sports career? Yeah so I would say. There's probably no normal process and going out from the military in the sports people take different routes We have over a dozen veterans working here from all different backgrounds I'd say my advice would be to take the time to figure out what type of work you want to do in the sports world. I think it's very important to develop a skill set that allows for you to transition at some point into sports. Maybe it's not directly from the military. It's sometimes a little bit later but understand what skills you need to develop. That will translate now whether that's accounting or web APP development or analytics or videography or sports medicine added a wide range of roles in the sports world. It's just knowing what skills do you need to develop those skills and then be patient right the smaller industry especially when you're looking at the number of teams out there and ideal job. Openings are less common than maybe other industries so position yourself in the best way possible for when the opportunity arises and say the last thing lasted just spend time talking to people in the industry ask questions learn about the different roles In put yourself out there. They'd probably the big megabyte tonight. Gift anybody looking to transition out into the sports world I always make the mistake of saying all right. We'll finish up with this and then I always have a follow up right afterwards so I apologize. I do have a follow. So you've mentioned their twelve. I think he said twelve other veterans working at am be. Are there certain organizations that have a culture of hiring veterans or being more veteran friendly? And that's something that's kind of known and talked about because it does seem like some organizations really value the maturity the leadership the Did the skills that come along with being in the military is that something that's ever talked about out there. I know our business. We definitely have a strong culture from the top down our CEO is it'd be better and it. Kinda comes down from the top and really from Mr Blank about supporting veterans in military. Nearly I'd say that it holds true probably across many of the other sports clubs and I can't speak for their cultures necessarily but I think the skills that you learn in the military. That discipline is that leadership ability. I think those are definitely highly sought after traits and it gets just fine ability to couple those those trade siegler in the military with a technical skill or some sort of skill that you won't put you extra level above your competition. Find One of these roles and really get into this space. Gordon is fantastic. Thank you so much for coming on the show. There's so much great insight you've given us into the world of business strategy but also just coming from your military background and giving advice to those others who are in the military now who may be going off active duty soon and are looking to transition so all of this advice is so important to our audience. Thank you so much for coming on the show. Thanks for having me. Thanks to Gordon for coming on the show so much great insight into the sports business world and transitioning from the military to the private sector. I know many of our veterans and the audience will appreciate all he shared. Thanks for listening. Everyone stay safe out. There stay quarantined and listen to podcasts.

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Episode 72 - October 15, 2018 AFP: American Family Physician

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Episode 72 - October 15, 2018 AFP: American Family Physician

"The AFC podcast is supported by the American Academy of family physicians and by ATFP tips the transformation in practice series, featuring easy to use tools and interactive learning to improve patient care and tackle operational challenges. Three. New topics are available including clinical, data registries continuity of care and team documentation. Learn more at AFP dot org slash AFP tips. Welcome to the American family physician podcasts for the October fifteenth twenty eighteen issue. The J addition, I'm Jake. I'm Joe Jenna. I'm Jeffrey just getting I'm Kim. I was just feeling left out. We are residents and faculty mostly residents of the university of Arizona. College of medicine Phoenix family medicine residency today on the podcasts. We're gonna talk about shingles. Vaccine urinary retention the flu shot high blood pressure in children and adults long acting musk Rennick antagonists use in asthma and we'll finish up with the review of prostate cancer screening. The opinions expressed in the podcast our own and do not represent the opinions of the American Academy of family physicians. The editor of American family physician or banner health do not use this podcast for medical advice. Instead sear own family, doctor for medical care. All right. First step. We have a steps looking at shingles. Remember step stands for safety tolerability effectiveness, price and simplicity hit us Kim this steps. Evaluates the shingle expect scene which is the new recombinant zoster vaccine, it is a two dose intramuscular injection for the prevention of the herpes zoster virus also known the shingles in adults fifty years and older please note that this is not indicated for the prevention of primary various L infection. So how safe is it serious adverse events, those that resulted in death hospitalization. Disability or required medical or surgical intervention occurred at a similar rate with the Shing were expecting and assailing placebo. This was about two percent at thirty days after vaccination, the most common reactions were local reactions pain redness swelling, which resolved in one to three days the most common systemic reactions were myalgia 's the Teagan headache about ninety five percent of participants completed the two DOE series. So it was tolerated. Pretty well. L okay, guys. But is it affective the shame expecting prevents shingles? And over ninety six percent of people aged fifty years and above for at least three years. This is compared to the live vaccine, which is over fifty one percent effective for this indication, although the duration of the immunity of the Schumer, expect scene is unknown. It is overall more effective at three years post vaccination than the live back. However, there has been no direct head to head comparison of the Shing wrecks and Sasa vaccines and trials as of yet. So that sounds promising. What's the price the recombinant vaccine is about one hundred seventy five dollars for the complete two dose series compared to two hundred and thirty dollars for the lives. Ostra vaccine. It's important to note, these prices are in top of the cost of administration. So the Shing were expecting may end up costing a little bit more due to additional dose. Finally in terms of simplicity. The Shing Rex requires two doses. Intramuscularly two two six months apart. It can be given to those fifty years or above regardless of history of shingles or immunization with the lie. Vaccines and also may be co administered with the influenza vaccine and the CDC states administration of PC thirteen or p p s v Twenty-three is acceptable provided that different sites of injection are used what's the bottom line here? Well, Joe the bottom line is at the recombinant saucer vaccine, also notice Shing Rix has been shown to have greater efficacy and protection than the existing live vaccine local and systemic adverse reactions may occur. But they're short lived and self limited. Although it requires two doses instead of one it's more than ninety percent affective and has a longer duration of protection. Therefore, it is the preferred shingles prevention vaccine for all adults over age fifty for those who received the live vaccine the recombinant vaccine should be offered within five years to ensure continued protection. All right now, we got a main topic here urinary retention in adults evaluation and initial management and this comes to us from Dr Serlin huddle ball and stuff from the university of Michigan. Okay, guys. Here's a common scenario, you're on call for the hospital service overnight. You get paged by nurse who says that Mr. blank and blank has a Peavey are of two eighty five. Do you want to place a catheter listeners raise your hand if you've struggled with that one before? So urinary tension is the inability to voluntarily pass an adequate amount of urine. Unfortunately, there's no consensus on a cutoff al-yaum to define acute urinary retention. The American urologic association has recommended a value greater than three hundred for chronic retention. But there's no evidence to support us fisa specific Peavy our threshold sounds like there's no magic number to guide us yet. Sadly, we're left approach. Urinary retention the old fashioned way starting with history and physical doctoring professor. Actor Moffitt would be proud. Joe? Thanks jenna. So evaluation should begin with a detailed history, including a thorough review of medication. Physical exam. Includes pal patient of the bladder and abdomen as well. As the pelvic organs in women, a digital rectal exam should be completed in men while complete pelvic exams should be done woman. You also want to complete a neurologic evaluation despite its limitations getting a post. Wade residual is a simple non invasive tests to help guide management when available. All right. Let's talk causes here. The most common sources of retention are obstructive nature in BPH counts for fifty three percent of the cases. So not surprisingly the incidence is much higher in men infectious. Sources of retention include prostitites imbalan- Itis in men UTI's can also trigger retention in both sexes. It can also be a post op issue as well the strongest risk factors here are older age and the presence of lower urinary tract symptoms. Pre-operative alpha blockers have been shown to. Decrease this risk. And then there's medications that can cause retention the most common culprits have anti colon urgent properties such as first generation and a history means or tricyclic antidepressants. Of course, urinary retention can also result from many neurologic conditions. These patients should be managed in conjunction with urology and neurology due to higher risks of morbidity from retained urine, regardless of cause determining whether retention is acute or chronic is the first order of business. Acute retention is a urologic emergency. It comes on suddenly and is typically associated with super pubic pain, bloating, urgency or distress if a valuation suggests acute retention, a catheter should be placed urgent urology referral is recommended for any history of difficult access such as Yuri thrill stricture in these cases patients may need a coup day tip catheter or endoscopic placement. As opposed to a traditional sixteen French catheter after catheter placement. The bladder should be allowed to drink. Continuously for at least three days starting in alpha blocker such as tansy low sin at the time of insertion increases, the likelihood of a successful voiding trial super pubic catheters improve patient comfort and decrease bacteria in those require catheterization for up to fourteen days up note, a Cochran review found the catheters coated in silver alloy. Don't prevent catheter quired UTI's antibiotic impregnated catheters don't produce clinically significant reductions either. In contrast, chronic urinary retention is often ASEM dramatic and should be managed base on its underlying cause for patients with non neurologic chronic urinary retention, the American urological association recommends classifying patients by risk and then by symptoms catheters should be placed in patients with high risk chronic retention defined by associated findings hydrant af- roses stage. Three C, K, D or recurrent culture. Proven UT is patients with symptomatic chronic urinary retention warrant catheter placement or a trial of medication as appropriate such as antibiotics for UTI. These patients will generally report moderate to severe urinary symptoms on the American urological association symptom index ASEM dramatic patients without respecters should be monitored periodically for the development of these features that would place them at higher risk. Hopefully that will help answer the questions about Mr. Blancan blink and his retention. All right. All right now, we have a practice guideline influenza vaccination recommendations for twenty eighteen twenty nineteen updates from the AC I p and guys it's Tober, right? Which means flu shots better. Be the buzz in the office. I got mine me too. Not yet. Last year the flu season was bad. Right. There were over one hundred eighty pediatric deaths in as of this recording. There's already fifty six confirmed cases here in Arizona. Wow. So I know I'm preaching to the choir here, or at least I hope I'm preaching to the choir. But get your flu shot. They man. Did you get your flu shot yet? No, I never get the flu shot. Nixon fatigue as not the way it's been. Show. After the Brig limited on the Sean. The ray. All right. So let's hit on the highlights from the twenty eighteen twenty nineteen recommendations, I remember annual influenza vaccination is recommended for everyone six months or older without a contra indication. And when we say contra indication, it's mainly a history of severe allergic reaction to the specific vaccine or vaccine component. Let's talk about what are not contraindications. So what about eg allergy? Yeah. People with a history of a allergy can receive any age appropriate licensed influence vaccine those with a severe AAC reaction can still get it to they require supervision though, by a healthcare professional to manage any adverse reaction that can happen. The ACP specifically recommends observing these patients in a supine or seated position for fifteen minutes after the vaccination so eight allergy is not a contra indication. Well, my aunt Dorothy got the flu shot last year. And then she got the flu. Joe? Yeah, I'd love to ignore that one. But it is a common concern that I hear right? So we all know, we can reassure patients that you cannot get influence from the flu vaccine it's off, but I had John Bray syndrome. I thought I'm not supposed to get the flu shot. Right. Yeah. So history of GPS within six weeks preceding the flu vaccine is a precaution. Not a country indication. I'm sick, doc. Sorry can't do it. Moderate to severe illness with or without fever is another precaution, though. Not a conscious negation that I'll make sense. Yeah. And vaccination should be offered by the end of October. Although vaccine administered in December or later is still likely beneficial in most influences seasons, I always get confused about dosing kids. Need two doses. When it's their first flu vaccine, right? Yeah. Sort of. So luckily, the recommendation is a little more clear now so children six months to eight years of age required to doses of axion this year, if they've not received two doses of the Tri Vaillant or quadrivalent inactivated influenza vaccine before July twenty eighteen or in the case of someone who has no idea about vaccination history. They would get two doses. But this means to doses total ever. So a seven-year-old gutter first flu shot at age five, but only got one dose and then got one dose again last year at eight six she only needs one dose this year and last, but not least let's talk about the reemergence of the live attenuated influenza vaccine. Right. So in contrast to the past to influence, the seasons that internationally administered live attenuated influence a vaccine is an option this season for appropriately. Selected patients to to forty nine years of age the live attenuated influenza vaccine should not be used in children ages two to four with asthma or a wheezing episode in the past twelve months, it should not be used in pregnant women. You mean compromise persons or close contacts or caregivers for severely immuno-compromised people who require protective environment of note. This is actually where the AFP an ACP recommendations differ. So the ACP says there's no preference between the inactivated and the live attenuated vaccines. However, the af recommends preference for the inactivated formulation. And this is because while the live attenuated formulation was adjusted to include the H one in one strand. There's no population based results to conclude that it's more effective. All right. Any questions Kim? Get your flu shot done. All right. We're moving onto another main topic high blood pressure in children and adolescents from doctors Riley, Hernandez, and 'cause NIA from the university of Michigan again, okay guy. So this is an important topic. As high blood pressure in children in Adelaide essence is becoming much more common yet. And it's a diagnosis. That's commonly missed as a result, the American Academy of pediatrics updated its guidelines just last year for the screening and management of high blood pressure in children in Adelaide essence. All right. So let's review that updated guideline. Okay. It is recommended that children be screened annually beginning at three years of age or at every visit if risk factors are present. So what's the definition of high blood pressuring kids? Well, Joe and children wanted twelve years of age this is based on the normative distribution of blood pressure in healthy children of normal weight. And it is interpreted based on age height anthrax. Elevated blood pressure is defined as blood pressure greater than the ninetieth. Percentile in hypertension is defined as blood. In the ninety fifth percentile or higher. What about for older adolescents over the age of twelve so beginning at age thirteen? Absolute blood pressure values are used hypertension is a blood pressure of one thirty over eighty or greater and for both children and adolescence the diagnosis is further. Categorized into stage one or stage to hypertension, Jake. Do you know why this is becoming more common in children in adolescence? Not really, but we do know that primary. Hypertension is now the most common cause of hypertension. There are several secondary causes of hypertension, including hyperthyroidism drug induced renal disease and obstructive sleep apnea. Several additional causes are outlined in the table and article oftentimes in underlying cause can be identified based on a detailed history and physical exam alone. But it is recommended to perform targeted screening tests evaluate for underlying cause other cardiovascular risk factors and target organ damage once the diagnosis if I pretend has confirmed the mainstay of. Treatment is you guessed it dietary and lifestyle modifications. So make sure you encourage regular physical activity. The goal is thirty to sixty minutes of physical activity three to five days per week dietary recommendations include eating a diet high in fresh, fruits and vegetables, fiber and low fat dairy, but limit sodium intake who should be treated with pharmacologic therapy. That is a good question in general children with symptomatic, hypertension, such as headaches or cognitive changes as well. As those with stage two hypertension without a modifiable risk factor. This also includes those with evidence of left ventricular hypertrophy on echocardiographic or those with chronic kidney disease or diabetes. There's no consensus on the best initial anti hypertensive medication, but ace inhibitors arbs thighs Zaid diabetics and calcium channel blockers are all safe and well tolerated. All right, guys. Now, we've got a poem. This poem looks at the question are long acting muscular, Nick and. Agonise a useful adjunct therapy to inhaled corticosteroids in patients twelve years older with persistent asthma the answer. Yes, the authors examined a total fifteen randomized controlled trials with over seven thousand patients, and they found that adding a long acting Musk's antagonist to inhaled corticosteroids was superior to adding a placebo with a significant reduction of asthma exacerbations requiring systemic steroids with a relative risk of zero point six seven when comparing long acting muscular Nick antagonists to long acting beta agonists as add on therapy to inhaled corticosteroids. There was no significant difference in risk of asthma exacerbations, requiring oral steroids rescue medication or quality of life scores. Also of note, the authors found that triple therapy with a long acting musk Granik antagonised Laba and inhaled corticosteroid was not superior to lava plus inhaled corticosteroids alone. So. These are really interesting findings yet. You know, definitely makes Lama seem like an option for supplies therapy and asthma now, definitely all right? We're going to close out the episode looking at prostate cancer screening, which is a hot and complicated topic. This issue of the AFP actually includes an editorial by Dr Stemmer and doctor Fink as well as the US PS Jeff guideline and putting prevention into practice case study, we're going to attempt to address the question should we perform prostate specific antigen or PSA based screening for prostate cancer. Remember a good screening tools should result in identification of early cancer. And lead to associated decreases in morbidity and mortality prostate cancer is not particularly aggressive, although the lifetime risk of being diagnosed with prostate cancer is about thirteen percent. The lifetime risk of dying from prostate cancer is much lower at just over two percent. Also the median age of death from. Cancer is eighty years elevated PSA levels can be caused by other conditions, like an enlarged prostate or inflammation, think BPH prostitites this leads to a high false positive rate. So it does lack specificity evidence from RC tease show PSA based screening programs in men fifty five to sixty nine years. Prevent three cases of metastatic prostate cancer per one thousand men screened one RC C in particular found a number need to screen of seven hundred eighty one to prevent one man from die of prostate cancer after thirteen years our CT results showed no reduction in all cause mortality from screening. This may be because the majority of cases detected by PSA screening are low risk their considerable harms associated with PSA based prostate cancer screening, mostly due to false, positives and over diagnosis one major trial had fifteen percent of men experienced a false positive over ten years when screened every two to four years. This leads to unnecessary procedures like prostate biopsy and their complications such as pain Amato sperm Mia and infection. It's important to note that the rate of false, positives and biopsy complications are higher in older men over diagnosis is when the diagnosis of prostate cancer is made in men who never would be symptomatic in their lifetime and treatment is pursued without providing benefit about twenty to fifty percent of men diagnosed with prostate cancer through screening, maybe over diagnosed treatment with radical prostatectomy or radiation therapy may cause erectile dysfunction, urinary, incontinence and bowel symptoms such as fecal incontinence. Adequate evidence suggests the harms of screening and diagnostic procedures are at least small and that the harms of over diagnosis and treatment, or at least moderate how does this translate into USPS recommendations while the USPS Tf recommends for men aged fifty five to sixty nine years the decision to undergo PSA. Ace screening for prostate cancer should be an individual one based on the discussion of harms and benefits and incorporating the patients values and preferences. This is a great see recommendation for men age seventy years and above the US PS Tf recommends against PSA screening for prostate cancer. This is a great d- recommendation. But what about screening for those minute higher risk think African American older age or those with positive family history of prostate cancer, African American men are twice as likely as white men to dive prostate cancer of the three main are CT's only one included race specific demographic information and unfortunately, enrolled only four percent of African Americans which was not enough to dress subgroup analysis based on the available evidence the US P S T F is not able to make a separate specific recommendation on PSA bay screening in African American men they do recommend and for me African American men about their increased risk. To allow an informed personal decision to be made regarding screening those with a family history of prostate cancer in a first degree relative are thirty percent more likely to be diagnosed than those without a fairly history. The USB T recommends informing the patient of their increased risk and potential earlier Asia onset to allow a personalized informed decision. Regards to screening, okay, the USPS Tf recommendations are pretty clear to these differ from the AFP recommendations prostate cancer screening falls into a grey area where the US PS Tf and American Academy of family physician guidelines, do not perfectly coincide for deeper analysis referred to the editorial by doctors several more and Fink regarding counseling. Patients about prostate cancer screening, this editorial discuss the recent softening of the US Bs Tf recommendation on PSA based prostate cancer screening in men aged fifty five to sixty nine years from a great d- recommendation to its current grade c recommendation, this is a change from recommending. Against it to concluding it should be an individualized decision. Also knows patient share decision making that seems fair. What does the af piece about that? The AFP does not recommend routine. PSA bay screening for prostate cancer for men aged fifty five to sixty nine years who are considering periodic cancer screening physicians should discuss risks and benefits and engage in shared decision. Making the AFP recommends against screening for prostate cancer in men age seventy years and older. Check out the table to in the article for more details. Hi, this is Jocelyn Boker. I'm an intern at the U of a family medicine residency here in Phoenix. I'm from North Dakota that state in between Minnesota and Montana. Our podcast team is Sean Abe ru Jake Anderson, Steve Brown, Jennifer Buchanan. Sarah, Coles, Kim Koo gate, and Joe Sealdah are sound and technical grew is Tyler Coles are theme song is written and recorded by family physicians. Bill dabs, Ryan Evans and Justin Jenkins this podcast is brought to you by the residents in faculty of the university of Arizona. College of medicine Phoenix family medicine residency. We'll talk to you soon for the next of the American family physician podcast.

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Cornelius Eady (Rebroadcast)

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56:51 min | 4 months ago

Cornelius Eady (Rebroadcast)

"Hey It's Andrew the director of Literary Arts Literary Arts. We rely on our community. People like you for support to help make this podcast and all our programming possible give today literary Dash Arts Dot Org forward. Slash donate. Welcome to the project I'm Andrew Procter Executive Director of the jury arts. The archive project is a retrospective of some of the most engaging talks from the world's best writers for more than thirty five years of Literary Arts and Portland. Support for the archive project is provided by Cole Haan Cole Haan. Shoes, bags and outerwear. Go with you while you work your way to extraordinary more at Cole Haan Dot Com. In this episode we bring poet and dramatist, Cornelius eady from poetry downtown event in two, thousand and two. Cornelius eady published his first book of poetry cartoons in Nineteen Eighty at the age of twenty six, he would go on to publish seven more collections over the next twenty years, winning numerous prizes, and being nominated as a finalist for a national book award. In the nine hundred ninety s and early two thousands easy also wrote for the stage collaborating on projects that resulted in several more national awards, and the distinction of being a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. In nineteen, ninety-six, eighty co-founded with toy Derek. Covey Conham a nonprofit organization serving black poets to remedy the underrepresentation, an isolation of African American poets in the literary landscape. This organization has played a crucial role in fostering several generations of black poets over the course of nearly thirty years. In Nineteen ninety-six for his work as a convener educator and mentor, the National Book Foundation Gave Him An award for outstanding service to the American literary community. In this episode eighty read and discusses selections, from different works and from different parts of his career, but despite the varied selections, his rating presents a devastating arc. Moves from stories and poems centered in the innocence of childhood to work the portrays and meditates on violent racist acts, physical, emotional legal. And how those acts effect and what they mean for his characters, and those they love portions of this episode contain explicit language and content, which may not be suitable for all audiences. Here's eating. Showing up tonight wonderful to be here so I'm GONNA START WITH A. Memoir That I've been working on for a while on and off on windows. Writer said that tend to be working on a number of things at once and then. Drop it get distracted by doing other things, but she picking at at at. Have Been Picking on his memoir for about. Three or four years and the I think the idea of is I'm trying to write about the period of my life before actually even considered that I might be a poet, which is probably from about five or six years old until I became about Wao. Twelve thirteen? And the first thing I'm worried. Tonight is actually A. True Story of the very very very first time, I actually encountered poetry in any way, shape or form. Poetry! It's Valentines Day. Fourth Grade Vanya Rochester school number, three. Today we learned about poetry. Mrs Edwards, our teacher, who was my age now, but very old, then have reached a unit in teaching, guide, concerning rhyme and meter. But I already know what I need to know. Like a good kid, my body automatically squirms at the word why? have. I ever read a poem before this. No neither has any other child in the class, but the word. Has that sound about it. Like vegetables. That makes shove our hands in our pockets pout. It's a grown word. Suck the fun from out of the room word. Like behave. Every kid winces as the. Epilepsy. Aunt or upon them to date classmates says that hopeful tone I've grown to use self over the years. He will choose a Valentine and write them a poem. But nobody loves anyone this morning. The word poetry as Lambda affection up. Mrs Edwards however has this going for her? She comes prepared. A thirteen. We've had so far this year. Are I grew ill a pregnant. Our A second young idealistic may be fresh from college only lasted a few days. We could smell her fear. She, why the be our friend? which has the weakest thing a new teacher could ever to? One afternoon in the middle of a lesson she's not. She knows we're not listening to. Her voice begins to crack. She begins the Saab. Her weeping is out on a classic holes, absolutely no pity. Twenty art. smug faces asking you doing here. Slams her book on the desk and runs. Closer buzzes among ourselves in the war between grownups and kids. This Day is a lock of CUSTER SCALP. This is Edwards understands that the only things worth grade class will understand is respite earned from a little unspecified. Some people have a voice that tells a kid. Don't try it. was less as hear this voice on her first day with us. This is why for this new exercise we will moan quietly and our heads and take out a sheet of paper. Poetry. Mrs Edwards not wind a waste all learning on this taking pity on us. Running out a group of words on the blackboard that end in the letter s use the words on the board. She says to write your poem. Give the poem Valentine, or if you're too shy to Mrs, I'd what's Lapenne them on sign on the bulletin board. Poetry. DUMB PENCIL SCAPE THE PAPER! We shift in our seats sniffle barred. Why do they ask. US. What do they want to know? How nosy can you get? The forest, nearest silence, the low rumble the business in the other classrooms, the sound of fingers brushing away erased words, the awful tick of the wall clock come for lines into my head. S O s? I'm in a mess. And I need you I must confess. Is that it that was. Rather be in gym class, but stop up in a corner with the rest of the skinny boys fighting for our lives I, guess the. In game of dodgeball. Good, this is Edwards when g reads it. Where does it go into some young girls Hanno couldn't care less than I don't remember. And somehow somewhere deep in my WanNa be a soldier firemen Dr Head. COUPLE UPSTATE NEW YORK. But both sides of my family come from Florida. My my mother's side comes from the Gainsville area and my father's side comes from around Tampa. And they were part of that now is called that great black migration from the south to the east. and. There's a lot of reasons for that. But like all emigre families when my family moved up. To. East they basically took the culture with them all the mores and manners and in the cuisine. And that this next piece is about Pat. Florida. Years later as an unwed mother hardly to escape her daughter Marie. Big Sister Gloria will move down to my mother's hometown of Gainesville Florida and when she does, no one will make her because she grew up in the north in fact. She will fit in and stay for years. The reason for this as well, my parents house my sit in upstate New York. The truth of the matter is that we will raised in Florida. The smells rising from the skillets. Florida. The car parts on the line. Florida. Switch across the lakes. Florida. The back with that resided in the deep black south, even when we were walking around in a blizzard, were sitting at lunch counter without giving it a second. Try Barbecue pits in the backyard. Florida! The black cats and the ghost. Florida. The sunflowers in the Front Yard and the Collard Greens and the back. And then the house next door, maybe Georgia. Maybe the Carolinas and in the house of the middle of the block. Maybe Alabama maybe Texas, that. Keeps his hair in a net maybe memphis. Maybe Louisiana. The pig knuckles and the pickled eggs, the hot comb the holy goes. That's where we actually lived up. North. and. That's what the neighbors see. My sister steps off the bus. She is poor, but well dress. A trump might be dented, but the clothes inside of that are clean, although not there to see it, I know whenever a fool approaches. He saluted with black women's. This passport and everybody on her new block stamps it. The woman. Daddy and I are in. His Buick stopped at a red light when a young shapely woman crosses PAP. I'm eleven or twelve years old, maybe older and I'm beginning to form secret opinions. These are the days when we really don't get along but I. Keep my mouth shut as he tries to tell me things. Don't like him, but I want something. If I'm in the car. It must be to protect my my sisters in my stopping interest, except for a few personal items, she leaves to my mother. My father is the one who does all the grocery shopping at our house. He is the only dad we've ever heard of it, does this? is his way of controlling purse-strings class I think it's an excuse for him to get out of the House on weekends. Too Bad for us. He tends to think of groceries as few all these days, where living partly off government surplus. Milk and powder shame. But were kids. Our tongues and stomach must know at any foot. Soldier knows we crave sweets, seasoning and the occasional brand name, but we are living with a man who sleeps on the couch and things Ritz crackers cookies. We have learned it as far better to be in the store and grab and try and explain we in the car together. I am surrounded by the smell of Greece on rags the middle toolbox he keeps in the back seat, and though I love the Buick I don't like him. I am the drunk at the rescue mission. He is the sermon. You have to endure before you get to Chow, town. I am suffering in silence as he rattles on. These are my impatient days with him. The stuff I'm interested in. A topic submarines. Flying Squirrels. The way a finger skims the surface of horse chestnut. Chest nothing about. The woman crosses our path. Says My, Daddy. His is our radar on her hips. Look at that. Then the light changes and off, we sail with my father's unheard blessings, nap sniffing of the heels of the women's big legs. There isn't a cessation of stillness and that cab. Rest of the world glides by. I smelled. The pennies stuck to the bottom the open glove compartment. For the moment. He thinks we're house. We're not pills. I'm restless. He thinks we're friends. We're not friends. Big Arrows. Her best friend Linda in I out in the neighborhood. Et nights talking cars, we wheeled homemade bows tall, green stem. We call a ragweed cut occurred with string found lying around. For Eros, we have waited and selected the right dried branches and notched one and for the twine. ARROWHEADS US pop bilo caps. Wielded on by rocks or the sneakers we are at war in an easy confused jumble kids makeup history. We set out to destroy Nazi tanks with bows and Arrows. Tonight we fight both the Germans and the cowboys. We're doing. We're out doing the kids love to do without thinking without asking. If caught, we'll call it play. Whose idea was this? Probably, my sister's at least he's at the age when my parents begin to falter, curiosity and willpower. What are we doing at night? Since everyone in the neighborhood knows everybody else, and we rarely travel any further than four or five blocks the shops on west main street the edge of a bit too far at one end, the railroad bridge on Commercial Street at the other parents. Let us roam the summer streets until we run out of fuel. I am seven radio's old lender and my sister, just entering their teens in a few years I will be a guy and too old to be a mascot, but for now we are team. We are at war. We Are Indians. We are tank killers. We are trapped behind enemy lines. We are also scientists. We are curious to know the physics involved when Arrow it's speeding car. We are small buys into the damp along the railroad bridge in wait. We hear the first car before we see it. We hired we hide, and then we spring. I will not grow up to peel hunter, but I do know how the blood pounds and the ear the second before you draw in your breath and take a bead. We are too scared. But light comes at Dan rocks and reels for a long after the sound of the skit fades. There's nothing but the car the bridge the summer stars winking. Then the door opens. And part of a human arm. BEGINS TO SWING OUT? Rituals. Linda, my sister, Gloria and I are standing back. Point with remains of our black cat honey who has just been died. His whole body is small enough to fit in a shoebox. How Solomon Three of us are I am six or seven years old, my sister, ten or eleven? Who told us this is the way to take care of our dead. Honey is going off. Join our dead. Mutt Blackie in the garden. So that will never forget him. My sister has cut out the side of a cardboard box and draws honeys portrait in Crayon. A circle to is a pair appear triangles. I have moon and whiskers. This he scrawls the cavs cat's name at the bottom drag chair over and Neil it to the bottom of the bedroom wall next the portrait of Blackie Blackie who ate something tougher that dog's stomach and had long wavy years. Now we stand weep on the back porch. Time words to be spoken. Honey is in the open shoebox. Stiff lower jaw frozen lied was replaced. On allege leaves of our Apricot Tree. Let's shadows spreads along. The ground crosses our face and MEKA arms. Lord, we say. E kind to this cat. Lowered, we say. Make sure he doesn't suffer. Please! Lord forgive him? Then there's nothing left, but are small sadness duty. Maybe one of US covers body with dandelions. We replace the top and begin to walk single file down the steps into my mother's garden. One of US carries the box, another arrested whole or speed. It is a sad, but not along job. The brisk march through the young Okra. Cucumbers and Collard Greens the spot, which WHO's in the far corner. Next to the fence will nothing else will ever be planted again? The scrape and crunch of dirt. As turned over to the light. She was a great cat. Friendly and fun and we want to remember him forever. But. We feel to mark the grave. And we do not figure on the win. The snow and the rain was quickly smooths the Moun- back to crabgrass. One day we look out the kitchen window and our is has lost all trace. then. His love begins to slip our mind. Two more from here than I'll switch the poems. The fight. My mother and daddy fight in our bedroom, in which actually should be the dining room of our house I am five or six years old. I do not know why this is happening. A few moments for the starts. It feels like a normal day. It's feels like summer. The doors of the kitchen. That's the view and the front porch are open. Breeze and Daylight Pars House perhaps my sister and I daydream of important things like for instance, the Nikolic caused by a great popsicle if we can find five empty bottles in his ten cents worth of return at Sam's grocery store and we can by. Then my folks bang into an about the room. They're so angry. Over what? What have my mother heard. She's swings and swings and my daddy's head with her fists, and finally they begin slide to close. What name has my father called her. He grabs her with harass and locks them in mid fall. How horrible the way her arms shake! Her will to smash him. For few long seconds there they trimble pushing against one another. Her Fist our bombs. Are Poor Room my sister, and I don't know what to do. How did things come to this? Our parents a local hurricane. They are rival bear. God's pushing uprooting trees streams tables dressers with no thoughts of the consequence. Where do we turn. which way to run. Their arms clatter the chandelier above our heads. The of glass around the bulb wobbles sayings and chips, they rob and stop, and we feel the tremors through the wooden floor. This is the only time I can recall there. Bob Is and put downs coming to blows. What's happened? Gravity tugs and their message and their muscles flex. She isn't strong enough to reach him. But he did not let her go. This is the last one from dissection. Sanctified. Here's the deal. According to my mother, my sister and I must go to church until we reach teens, which is when we'll be old enough to make up our own minds. I'm six or seven years old, my sister, ten or eleven. I think my mother's reasoning has something to do it by misfits. But as one of those things, we can't negotiate my younger brother Roosevelt who squeals, but cannot speak, and as a handful goes only was. He thinks he can use the laying on of hands. My Daddy doesn't go. He hates church so much. We make jokes about it. Tongues of lightning, flickering down and catching the seat of his heathen pants as he strolls by the church. We laugh at him, but we NB The free pass. My mother gives him every Sunday. The Sunday school forces us to go to most of the time, but Gospel Tabernacle is a missionary church run by plane leader Ernest White people which were young to know. We are their mission. What we do know that we hate addressing. girly dresses in the monkey suits the polite but brittle way. They make us sit up straight in our seats the way they expect us to memorize the Bible stories that somehow we'd be. Not to disappoint them. For They are God's deputies. So when my mother decided to take us to her black church, one Sunday, we jump at the chance at least for a while as we readjust to the rougher surroundings, her church is in a storefront. Loud Silk Curtains across a plate glass window. The Lights, bare bulbs are on. It takes a second for is to focus. Here, they call my mother. Both churches have an organ, but while the white shirts whispers, church growls, it pulls well-dressed women up into a sweat and men in to lose the Jenkinson. Silk ties in a few fast measures. Everyone's their feet, screaming, moaning arms linking up, as if they could grab hold of the robe, and personally hall the savior into the first row of folding chairs. For a few minutes, it's amusing to watch because my sister and I vote whether is which plumped, but makes the best jar of fools. Jelly. But things refused to settle down. In fact, the church rocks with the noise. We've never heard before. Why are they acting like this? Something in their dancing makes us worry a business something we should be seeing. If someone is going to break in and catch us. This Jesus they scream for isn't the one. Our mother has been sending US away to visit. Read a little bit from Berlin. Tonight I'm going to read both cycles. Poems cycles bought the running man and from the Susan Smith Cycle. Though the running man poems aren't the poems, I'm not the Libretto that we actually used in the end for the show. I thought like give you a little sample of what that was about Roman actually everyone because everyone. That I'm running man. I was doing an interview with. Another poet a few years ago after I just after the book came out and said well where you run into now. But it was really kind of sort of. Odd in a way sort of like Paul's back idea, what the general theme of the book is about identity adding Merican meals, and how people make assumptions about African American males, and that was one of them so. That's how people go away with the idea and I am not running man. The prison actually is running. Man is my collaborators. Brother, Deidra, Murray. Who is it? Data Murray has a jazz musician composer. And her brother. was a brilliant guy who couldn't find a place in the world and basically destroyed himself. And so the peace running man was really hurt her. Meditation upon her brother and herself, and what all that meant to her and to him and to the family family. And went through a lot changes nothing for people who have the running of the book. The running man pumps are not the show to knock the show. If you actually came to see, running, man ever runs against gives is becoming mythical. Now, of course it'll only man wants in New York for about three weeks, and then ran for about a month in Philadelphia and then there was. David in. Massachusetts summer stock. And The reading are sort of like a hybrid. Of the workshop was a small place called Ross space in midtown, Manhattan and the and then the full production that was not done at here. What you get here is slightly different reality. Than the show actually is and I'm going to start off with. A character that never made into the final. Shown. Reading this stor who we call Mamie. And actually dislodge takes place in the times kind of where it's located in time kind of shifts a bit, too. We're going to spot the purposes of the reading. We're going to say this starts right now probably in the thirties or forties. Called hold the line. About to get. The news that brothers dead. This isn't the voice of many. When the only telephone is apartment house rings, everyone listens hard for tap to run up. The radiator says the way we get news from home. Somebody's calling Harlem Saint Lucie Chicago Kingston new. Orleans, a gunshot gossip birth a got she. An coming up. Assistant passing through. Somebody's calling Harlem a buddy, running toward wherever eight. Why does cash so and so did such? Somebody's calling? Them cancer the sugar. The Lord Jesus the Law for Texas. Brazil Indiana Gary Oldman homer. Springfield Tennessee can't go no further, but still can't go the weather. The weddings, the white folks, the farm soil that clings to your city clothes come home, said the bullet that my brother. A one to one on the pipes. My grief rises off the Chesapeake. He goes to Virginia Clay. The crater, the creator of my phone. My ear. There from Virginia. and. And the thing and the thing about. The relationship between the brothers and sisters. Is that again sort of like he's like. The person turns around. The world makes way of what's possible out there. And, this is in the sisters whose name is the other sister? The youngest sister whose name is Miss Look Miss Looks Dream there on the train Virginia. Can I offer a bit of advice? I am walking with my dead brother. I am dreaming on a train. We are in our favorite place. The slave cemetery, the soil springs to our step and Moss it are knows this is our quiet Africa lies under our feet. I. Know This not from school, but from my brother who forms the word in his mouth might past it says God or the cracks Nigga. Like he owns it. All the flowers in this plot feed on the dust of kings, princes, Queens. He says, and he laughs one pot honey, one part curse, one part tree whistle, screaming through a crossing I nod my head in agreement to his features, the clever music he speaks. How can I head hall so much? I worry? He has given me the names of things and in my Sunday School Heart Picture Adam painting the peacock's feathers for his bride. Go. See the world he suggests. I am rolling back through it now. Half aware clanking as heavy miles home. The Gulls car and Klang in my mind. We sing our ancestors, the clay under a rocking feed the birth of coal. He told me is death. A bill of suit sut cracks in my. S. Here's another one between the two of them. Baby sister in the radio. This isn't running man's voice. I'm wearing my baby sister how the Radio Works! How on a clear night Nashville Memphis in Chicago are able to Twain, shout and Holler at us I tell her what broadcast means a hand, tossing rips chroma sack. WHO THE WORLD! The BIG ADVENTURE! She thinks I bring to her attention Alex in Roman Collins I. Bring Her Charlemagne and Louis Armstrong. Is Restless. Are huck half flow is like riding secret highway out. I'd tell her as we tune in the evening star is. A couple of secrets. He's not. The likely doesn't really want to share what everyone else in this confusion is causing the family. Liar. In his voice. My folded hands. My gentle is the way my mom gave nothing away. Muggles to tech. Hope in the way I carry myself I am young and they think maybe ask. A certain type of man with ski triggered short fuse. Go Up side ahead, paycheck burder, and what do the elders see I can read the White Man's Voodoo powerful spells, which has the world prevented anything good from sticking here I. I am young and they hope I will hold my studies into a terrible laid. They think I'm good and PAT my strange head, but no one's been properly introduced to the boy who looks like me, but rumbles through small gaps, guts on fence posts bugs on pins. No one has tasted my lips. The smack blood pin fetters, my winning smile, my confidence, sincere way I a man in the. Will expectations. Threatens me. As me up. Who will catch me out? I am young, but town whispers maybe might behind my back. No body knows what I keep. Behind my eyes. What I do. Interns criminal? Why do what I do? Sometimes on money? Sometimes for kicks sometimes to see the site on the victims brow. Sometimes I believe I can actually smell the fear. Sometimes it's hunger. Sometimes. It's like watching water over a stone. Sometimes, there's knowing they'll wake up in a sweat and wonder if I'll return. Sometimes, it's weakness. The flesh wants what it wants my knuckles. Knuckles against a shake, my fingers rifling through easy cash. Sometimes, it's because they run. I know pastor or they try to fight back, but I know I'm stronger, or they try to hide it, but I know the angles before they think the angles I am the running man the shadow in the corner of your eye, the reason a grove of trees turns sinister dark. Why not is my blood? My Story. My Middle Name. This is what happens. This is a murder. Here doesn't happen in the real. The real show anymore as in the book. Truth. She marries that happens that he is in the workshop production he marries. He goes off to the war. HE TURNS INTO A. bootlegger and a guy runs all these scams that comes back does the same thing that's on Regina. And then his wife finds out. And threatens to destroy his sons. Truth! Benji says. Don't hurt me. But this is after she says. She knows all my business and what's going to happen to me? After she tells the world, and you really have to wonder. What was it her mind? Tell me all this like this was going now going to stop me from being me I mean she's laughing at me after telling me that I'm a Crook Hustler and she knows I've killed for far less Thomas like this was going to stop my razor from being my razor. Does? He looks me in the eye. What did she expect? I is smirk then they panicked then she looks at me. She is finally looking at me for the first time. What happened? Everyone in town swaggie fingers. Behind my back haven't seen in a while. She go visit her people and they smile I got out of draft. Motlaq knees and big logged Jesus to forgive me, but you know what I will walk up and down the neighborhood. I will look these so called. Solid citizens in their contract is I will say them the blues. La Gal, but she found another. I try to hold out, but I just couldn't please her I'll give them the details. My empty pursed a train ticket. Yellow Buoy from Richmond and they'll think their own backdoors. The rhythm high heels make after a woman sets them. If you think about real careful. It isn't like I'm telling. Woman did drive me to distraction. There really was a moment I couldn't tell up from down for a while I was bedevilled when I buried her I held like a wolf had cut me in his jaws. There's mud and tiny on the soles of my boots. A confession ground to my work clothes I am the running man, a good time or a high stepper as long as I supply, I'm allowed. It, my baby hop the train you can bet train has smoked and gone. I can buy. They, just my. And Miss Fight about doesn't finally denounced in both versions. This is denouncing the brother this look. How far do you think I go? How long do you think I'd carry you? You stole. You dealt it time. I try to help you. Slap my hanaway. A bird can't live with a snake. I had to let you go. How often did you think I turned up the line? Hi! How many times could you go to the well? You can't add you lied you big down your Mama, a snake can't live with an eagle. I had to throw you out. He want me to feel regret. There's no tears in my eyes. Fox can't live with a hand. I had to show you. My back. Guys. In Be Workshop version. He's walking down the street one day and suddenly. He's not shot. Go! Kill someone Kiesel that envy. Production what happens is that his wildlife drug vision? His all his run catched up with him, and he comes home and dies on the arms of his father. and. In the book this is this is sort of like a summation. Running man. I am the running man the shadow in the corner of your eye. The reasonable trees turns sinister and the dark line not is my blood, my story, my middle name God named Me Pretty God made me smart God made me Black, which only proves guides infinite sense of humor? where I come from smart light boy is like being a cat with the ducks bill where I live the neighbors say she so proud, but mean he said White! And Stare and all and pity as I. Keep turning pages. Call a useless miracle. Until is spell up on the page I was just drowsy. Boy, I admit the words tickled my ear and shook my tongue. My teeth I'm sure it looked like violation I'm sure it looked like anger rising slowly over my body, I was talking in another tongue, the language that measured me in mind less the civilized tones with burned and newst, and dusted our roots never enough. Perhaps, my folks withdrew from the site of me is thrilled as the words chose me. I am running man that chill. You feel blowing up back alley when you say no but me, yes. You have passed my doorstep. I am whispered. I rise on angers UPDRAFTS. Layer in the world where he will, he lan where it? My folks, this pretty black catching. By pushes, them up We'll keep him down. Susan, Smith Cycle. Similarities right, but like cousins I think in a way. I wasn't thinking of running man while I was doing this business stories at all, but. I. People who don't. Summarize the story for people door have forgotten the story. Back, Nineteen ninety-four. There was a light woman named Susan Smith. Who who? Lived in a small town call union South Carolina who killed two babies by strapping in the back seat of their family car and pushing the car into the lake into a Lake John D Long Lake. And then blaming the climb on imaginary black eye and for nine days. She convinced the media enough people in the media and the law enforcement to to look for this guy. So the days you. She confessed story with broken, but the but the cycle of the poems is about those nine days. And the life of that guy for those nine days now that's the premise. At the peace talk about as if he's alive alive, and then, why is his life like days? So the point. Is this guy. How got born? Though it's common belief the Susan Smith. We'll me alive at the moment. Her baby's second to the lake. When called I come. My job is to get things done I am piecemeal. Living by taking things so now a mother needs me clogged and hand me downs and knit, cap. Whatever. We arrive, read. On a stranger step. Baby. Child. My Heart. Soons Smith has invented me because nobody else than Thanh will do what she needs me to do I mean jump an idol in car and drive off with to sad and frightened kids in the back. Like a bad lover, she has given me a poisoned heart. Pounds both Bahrain's. Lack! Angry. Nothing but business. Since her fear is my blood. And her need. Heart mythical. Everything about me. Is True. Who Am I Who are you Mr. One of the boys asked from the Journal seed, and here is the one good thing if I am alive, so briefly are. Two Boys, we turn three and one quiet and scared, bunched together breathing small beasts. They can't place me yet. There something familiar bill. My parents sex are different. Is the way I drive or occasionally glanced back with concert. Maybe it's the mixed lassie someone. Perhaps circumstance. Given us. The secret thrill of hiding childish. In plain sight. Seen. But not seeing as if suddenly given the power to move through walls to know every secret. Without permission. We roll sleepless. Through the dark streets. But inside. The cab is let. With brutal. Imagination. Once. Susan Smith made the composite drawing of a guide, so set it off on the eight P wire. All over the country, then people start actually seeing him. Threatening him start seeing the car started seeing the kids. And I think it would far as far west is Washington state and I think over says as upstate New York. Sightings. Go Man Swears. He saw me pump gas with the children and convenience store like punchline. You get the next day or kiss in a dream that returns while you're in the middle of doing something else. Left money in his hand. Mr Blank. Blank South Carolina of average height and a certain way who may or may not believe any of the basic recognized religions saw me move like an angel in my skin knit hat. Perhaps looked. Blank saw gwent of us which highway on the street as close to what landmark? She now recalls. The two children on the back appear to be behaving. Mr Blank now knows that you heard the tires of the car. Everyone is looking for across the gravel. As I pulled up in the wee hours at the motel. Well, he works tonight desk I signed or didn't sign. The register I took off didn't take the key from his hand. He looked on her got to look at I, pulled off the park at one of the rooms at the back. Did. I say I was travelling with kids. Who slept that night. In the untouched debts. Susan Smith Police report. Shape king from out of nowhere the way some things don't belong. That's the way I climbed up to the car by badly time light. Her poor kids never saw our image swell in the rear view mirror. I was the danger of bulk best nervous fingers. DOC The unlocked door open and in I wanted all the Arctic. A lonely stretch of road can give. Then I was alone linking in the site of an indifferent moon above the pines. This she swore was the white voice. Go along I'm a black man means and Susan's case that I pour out of a shadow traffic light, but I'm also a mother, which is, she has me promise. I won't hurt your kids before I. Drift down the road. I'm a mother, which is why we sing, have mercy come home. No questions asked, but I'm black, and we both know law. Who's GonNa believe that we had no choice but to open that door. Who's going to care than? It was now or never that there was no time to unbuckle them. Then it was take the car or leave the car. Black, which means I mustn't slowdown I note enforces. Control, but also a mother, which is why I hope I'm as good as my word. This is about a similar case. about a guy named Charles Stuart. This happens in Boston. In nineteen, eighty nine. He shot his pregnant wife, and then shot himself, kills pregnant wife and shot himself and put place the blame on a on a black guy imaginary black guy. And the DIP is this case as opposed to Susan Smith? was that the cops. Bob Story And they went to the Roxbury. neighborhoods, the black neighborhoods in in in. Boston and just rousted and beat up any black guy. They follow the street and if I'm not mistaken, I think I actually think. Some woman actually got shot and killed by the cops as they broke into her apartment. Log ehore this imaginary guy. Ben Charleston Brother realized that story was alive and. was about the before it to tell the authorities Charleston understood what was about to happen? He committed suicide by jumping off. A Bridge the police in Boston never apologize for what they did to the black community in Boston. Charles Stewart Hospital. Susan Smith now knows Charles. Stewart new in Boston. We do quick, but sloppy work all these details. How tall was I? The police s Charles De, Susan but I very I seen smaller and taller after dusk. What was the tone of voice that growls like a hound as I wave? The pistol in their face with is desperate, teenage boy hunted for Sweethearts, Kiss. Is What I told Susan I won't harm your kids. But if the moment was mine. I would I say that. I sit with her at the station that Charles of a hospital shadow on the water glass. Changing Hughes Slat of my nose is. Depending on the might question. Charles rocks in bed with the bullet week. Ar Cells. How Far Away was I? Never stopped a pink. We were in a hurry. In Boston and South Carolina. I was hungry for car and didn't much care how I got it. Deadly impatient Charles tells the cops, but. If I couldn't be seen. Why would I do it that way? Why do I have? Children seem to attract me. I sit with Charles away as with Susan like anyone and no one changing clothes putting on and taking ski caps curling relaxing air, trying hard to become sense. Next of kin. The black man in town they thought looked like me without the dreamed up cap and wardrobe. The police have him now. He says in a small room. They turn him this way that you'll cool there for hours. How do you think he feels? Whisper. Innocent two year! He looks so much like me could be others already. Folks may have doubts. He's poor enough. Whereas he been. He's got his needs. We know. Neighbors call him quiet? A new not of stress on the tongue. It's been a hard week to be black in union South Carolina a black woman tells a reporter. The whites aren't several. They look at you and then reach over. And lock their doors. Now he is hit. Susan has lent me his cheekbones. Is Gate. For a while. He is as close as they'll ever get. To more. Press conference. And this is my life. Now. I am a faint hum behind station. The Blur of doubt at the corner of the flash pulp fees in my name so these days hungry, senseless man of the schooling nanny `fraidy cat. If I had an opinion. I guess I would tell you all I'm tired. Days and days of near misses almost snapping and to focus the inbetween view of circling these streets of rumor. If, I could. I'd let wariness. Fighting to the sheriff's here. Susan's steps to the Mike. How do we feel? It's a crack and Arthur Weiss. This is the last one I'm GonNa read, and this is. Actually a duet. After Susan confessed. She wrote out a handwritten confession. and. The first half of the poem is the actual is language from that Handwritten Confession, and then you'll hear the imaginary guy in response. Yet to preve-. I in the back of her mind. Not, even an ocean. A scrap of cloth. Away? A man. obst down a street. Later a black women will say. We knew exactly who she was describing. This point. I have no language. Not Tom. No. I am not. Yet. I am. Just an understanding. As I rode and rode and rode. I felt even more anxiety. Susan Parks on a bridge and stairs over the rail below her feet. Blanket River? She wants to pull over herself. Children at all. I am not the call of the current. She is heartbroken. Cases down. Imagines Heaven. Felt. I couldn't butte good mom anymore. I didn't want my children to grow up without a mom. I am not me yet. At the bridge. One of Susan's kids cries. So she drives to the lake. To the boat dock. I am not yet opportunity. I had never felt so lowly so sad. Who Witness. bullfrogs! Waterfall. When I was Johnny Long Link I had never felt scared on short. I've yet to be called. Who will notice? Mom? DRAGONFLY! Wanted to end my life so. I was in my car. Ready to go. Down Ramp. into the water. Had isn't her hand. act. On the emergency brake. And I did go. But I stopped. I am not. Gravity. Water, lapping against the crap. I went again and stopped. I've been got out of the car. Susan stares at the sinking. My muscles are her muscles burned from pushing? The lake has no appetite, but it takes the car slowly. Swallow is slow like a snake. Why was I? Feeling goes way. Why was everything? So bad in my life. Susan's stares at the tail lights. As a slide from here. To Hidden. I have no answers to these questions. She only. Has Me. After! She removes our hands-on. From our ears. Thank you. That was cornelius eady two thousand and two poetry downtown event. This has been literary arts the Archive Project. 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258. No Booze

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258. No Booze

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Our aim is to bring joy and wondered to the hearts of children around the world. Check it out at still believe dot. Co thanks. Everyone and I hope you enjoyed this episode of the working experience. Though working experience in ninety three north is almost at a standstill yet. So rough out there this morning. Snow in sleep. There is no service on unclear. The closing doors to be a few minutes man. Traffic should make make sure done reporting. Sat Presentation Charlotte Awesome team. Meeting at ten fifty five worked hates the dream. Were moving and after the meeting. We'll have a breakout session. It is discussed. was that of course. Welcome to another episode of the working experienced podcasts as many K.. And John and we're talk and talk talk about Booz Booz big old Booz the old social lubricant. The old liquid crutch. I remember when I get when I had like three or four drinks and me I could dance shoot pool. There was very little I couldn't do. Yeah yeah bound from building to building funny just the funniest. Oh yeah the life of the party lamp shade on the head Bowl in the face. GROOVING cracking jokes. And then if you ever saw the video of yourself next day it's like everyone's was embarrassed their their drinks they're like oh my God like this. This was fun for about fifteen minutes. Now it's I mean. Thank thank God. We didn't have social media back then. Oh my God oh my God that would have been terrifying absolutely Erin terrifying. Yeah although my brother had an interesting point he said you know people have their. I don't know how much they do it anymore. But like back. They were finding people online and finding embarrassing pictures of them and jobs would do this and if they saw something they found objectionable they. Would you know personal and get the job or you could lose a scholarship. But his point was let like there's a whole generation of people. Now who are. It's like tattoos like of you showed up for a job interview with visible tattoos. You know you wouldn't get the job nowadays everybody's got so it's sort of like like will most people I guess probably under the age of thirty five have some you know vaguely embarrassing. You know. Most of them were just seemingly benign. There was somebody holding up a beer bottle or something but I mean you know it's it's interesting. Tattoos is the as long as the tattoos. Tattoos can be covered up. It also depends on what profession you are right so now it's very socially acceptable but like a knacker face Tattoo Tattoo. I A tough sell. That's where you're starting to blur. The line there about you know employees the ability but in my like in the media world. It's it's it. It makes absolutely no difference and in certain respects backs you could be seen as more creative of with a tattoo. Yeah well I mean teachers. I see plenty of teachers who are under the age of thirty the visible tattoos. I mean they I short sleeves and stuff have mother arms on their feet like a lot of women get on their feet and I only get spur of the moment tattoos. That's my what you're the permanence when you're intoxicated. That's the only time to get us only only one on toxic in the worst possible places when on your Tijuana grossly intoxicated. Let's get you sure you want to tattoo on your forehead Eh. Absolutely yes absolutely so. You're getting a terrible tattoo. Might be one reason to give up booze news so there are several reasons. I I am not a drinker. Well well let's let's set the stage for our listeners. Okay what of what we're going to discuss this you and I just re rant on and we go into circles take left turns down one way streets and no one knows what's going on rabbit holes. Yeah all right so What we're discussing is what would people actually do in many situations if alcohol just were not available? All the alcohol evaporated today and he's I don't know I don't know if I could operate as human being had certainly wouldn't go out. What would would happen to sporting events What would happen to while? Yes four sports and alcohol go together like a butter I mean mean baseball could become unwatchable. I remember many years ago on the Simpsons homer Simpson gave up booze for like a month or something like that and he's sitting there at a baseball game and he goes. I never realized how boring game and it's like yeah like I. I don't know like to me. Baseball is like watching paint dry. Like I can watch a little bit of it. I can understand how people get into it. Who are really into those things like for me? I just you know it's it's I can barely you know we just is the The the nationals versus the Astros and the nationals. I could barely watch the world series honest I could barely watch it on. TV CBS. But if I if I go to a game then it's more about the experience like I can go to a game and like watch. Yeah Yeah Yeah. You don't drank that kind of stuff. Yeah well so sports and sports you know. A huge component of sports is the social aspect of but as you were saying tailgating actually going to the game you know you can talk without the people about the game everybody. There's a fan of Sun. Well the purpose of the purpose of tailgating is getting so wrecked that you can't even process the game right right. I mean I'm sure many people tailgate eight and they don't drink I mean obviously someone's gotta drive home but yeah I mean a lot of booze involved you know social situations you go to somebody's home at night and Ah after before dinner during dinner after dinner. oftentimes it was alcohol involved It's all so ingrained in our society is like you here. The people who either are recovering alcoholics or have given up alcohol. How difficult it is to not drink like you know you your your buddies? Go out Thursday night you know. You're you're at a conference in everyone's going out and drink and it's it's in the fabric of society in to not drink you get you get rid. I mean personally I I rarely drink but every time I go out and I don't WanNA drink. I get ripped by buddies Seattle. You know I haven't had a drank and six years now seven years now It was an issue and that was that and lifespan a lot. A better and I have not really had that experience like I. Don't well I guess aside practice. I really don't socialize for much. I don't go out out to dinner and things like that. It's never been an issue. No one's ever said anything to me about it. You know I also have type two diabetes. So it's like uh alcohol's all sugar and CARBS. It's not good for me to drink at anyway. I think we'll certainly Europe places like that. I think they have way more of a drinking culture than we do. They tend to see Americans as very puritanical. You Know I. I don't think that's necessarily true but over there. Maybe I'm stereotyping. Well but it just seems like way more of a drinking culture. I do think in America. There's a much bigger push rush for people not to drink like they've opened bars and certain places that are alcohol free I yes I I think but in Europe it's different culturally. It's more about wine wine and beer and it's drinking with With dinner you know it's it's more of like a cultural. I mean obviously the people over overindulge and drink too much Here it's like. I don't know statistically I think like I think in in Russia right is is the higher highest consumption of vodka. Right isn't it like. Yeah but I think they've dry. I read something recently. They've dropped Sodi that they've dropped. Yeah they dropped way way down but I think you're right. I think it's now like when we were young when we were going to college. It was like Salads added any seven. That was this social experiment. Could you imagine going out to on a Friday night to alumni north and not drinking or or just drinking water. Well also we went to college in New York City where there was a lot to do. I mean it schools that are out in the middle of nowhere. There's nothing nothing to do. I mean that's what they do. I would say where we went. There was probably less drinking than at the average college or university. Yeah Yeah you you're you're probably right and that's not saying I mean there was a lot drinking so our question is what if you just take that out of the equation. I mean you gotTa People's homes that don't serve alcohol. which again is probably some more prevalent? I mean back in the nineteen fifties nineteen nineteen sixty S. Probably up until the seventies it was very common to drink three Martini lunch like it was not fell. Yeah at all you know you. People drank at lunch. Mad Men era the liquid lunch. Yeah so I mean that was very socially acceptable and I think probably if you went out in a business situation and you didn't drank if you said no they That would probably be a bit of an issue. You know it'd be you like why aren't you having a drink way back then or back that back. No I agree. Yeah I can't think of any profession now maybe the entertainment industry but I mean if if you went out and had drinks at lunch and went back to work I mean you would be seen as a degenerate back. You know like that. There is no way. Could you imagine having three drinks at lunch and then going back to work and now with people. Yeah yeah but I mean back then it was. Just that's what you did. It was it was seen as odd. If you didn't do that. I think plus it makes me tired. You know if I had three drinks at lunch I'd have to take a nap. But Eddie event there are definitely reasons for giving it up this one website site. Just read these quick top ten. I have more energy is a person who gave up drinking. I have more energy. I'm a better parent. I'm a million times more productive productive. I like myself finally. After twenty years of self loathing I looked better. Oh Jesus statement while they like myself after after twenty years of self loathing dot Wa with you know with alcoholism comes a lot of self loathing I looked better. I sleep better. I eat better better. I look after my body and prioritize keeping fit. I read more. I'm more considerate and caring partners. So there are definitely upsides to do not drinking. Obviously hey listen. That doesn't gel with this Bud's for you or Captain Morgan. You know all these all these marketing marketing messages that fill your brain with what equates with a fun. Good time is booze. There's a billboard on on my way every day I drive by Gillette Stadium and there's a billboard for crown royal talked about loading up before or the Patriots game they specifically mention the Patriots game that you are so you're right there. America is the land of contradictory messages. That you shouldn't drink and you know it's bad for you. Then you see this big billboard before the Patriots game is just understood. You'RE GONNA buy Booze can get loaded watching this game. That's just understood. And you know the you know the dirty secret with the beer companies now call companies. Is they their profits. I think we're an article. Their profits are largely actually driven by people who over indulge in alcohol. I think it's like it was a study in the UK and it was is like eighty percent of their profits were driven by people. This is a big number that had more than seventy one drinks a week. Seventy seventy one drinks a week. Yes wow that's that's that's a big number and then like it was like maybe it was like seventy percent and then people had more than like forty two was only like you know ten percent maybe twelve percent and then the remainder would people who who would occasionally drink. Will you know that the list I just read a lot of that I am and most of them in full agreement agreement with I mean there are some people who can be wretchedly hung over and still be productive. I am not one of them. I can't do anything. I can't pay attention. I have no energy. Nothing can't do anything when when you're young you can. It's easier to recover from the hangover once you You Pass that forty threshold. It's not worth it. It's a brutal brutal next used to be like a brutal next morning it could be a brutal next day for me. Oh Yeah and even when I was younger like the idea about sitting down to try to write a paper if I was hung over. I can't do that. I can't pay attention that anything like I just. I can't do it. Yeah I can't really do much of anything Sleeping better definitely eating better. It all goes like you know when you're when you've had a a lot to drink and then you go out and you get Chinese food or as we were talking about White Castle. One time like that is not good. Good it's not but he just sorta seemed to pile on like it goes with like you're drinking too much or also eating too much. You're not sleeping. Well you're not like you're not making good choices for yourself like it's not like the one it's terribly unhealthy for you. Your Jiaxing your liver is just. It's just brutal. And if you're if you're drinking sugary like mixed extremes then you've got sugar that's thrown into it as you mentioned before you got a decent amount of carbohydrates in there and then usually do something stupid after you drank like eat a whole pizza. Yeah Yeah so there are definitely upsides to not drinking but again we were wondering what if have you went to a baseball game and there was no alcohol served. There was no beer available. Not I think if they did that. Just as a hoot. I think there'd be a riot in the streets. Do I mean let. Let's say like Fenway Park or Shea Stadium or Yankee Stadium just said we're not selling alcohol anymore like you. You can't just all it just first of all it would never happen because Budweiser lead wiser and coors light and Molson. Whatever it is they pay that stadium in agreeance amount of money to serve only only their beer? So you go there and it's like if it's a bud stadium you can only get Bud Bud light. You can't get anything else right around and so I mean what what what if that you know. I'm talking about the people like would people still go to a Yankees game if beer were not available so they're not selling beer and you can't bring beer can't bring their can't nobody are involved. Yeah I'd say attendance would drop like a stone. Yeah I mean as you said. There's no way to test it because it never going to do it. But a across the board I would blender if they ask all you know they have like Sober sober cruises like their booze. Free cruises I wonder if they would ever have like a sober stadium. Reds like this is a dry stadium Now what about Utah. 'cause they have the Or they do they do. Think certain college stadiums uh-huh are dry like you. Can't you sell beer like outside of the stadium like you collect tailgate. But once you get in the stadium you can buy zero alcohol. I wonder what would happen to tell her. If F out the stadium's stadiums like Gillette stadium. They said there was no alcohol. Allowed anywhere on the premises. We are not selling the there would be people that that would still tailgate. But the numbers drop like a rock. Yeah which is kind of a sad statement about the sports themselves. I think in the guys on W. E. Talk about how gambling is saving professional football. So it's booze and gambling and not really the sport itself you know. I I had a buddy who was this. This is probably about twenty years ago. He was going going into the army he graduated from. USC Right. US's the gamecocks. I think you're right. So he's going. I went through the physical. He's taken so he's got to answer all these questions and one of the questions is. How many times have you been drunk in the last year ear? So he's his skies. Aim was bill. Bill's Dad Geez man must've been like he's like he's must been well over a hundred. Maybe one hundred fifty sometimes been drunk in the last year because he was he had just gotten off his senior year of college so he goes. I got a low ball. This has like I can't put down the right number. Kim Put down. I was drunk. You know half the year so he he goes but I don't want to put a number down to lower they'll call bullshit on me okay. So he puts down like forty eight right. He's like all right forty eight. That's a that's a fair number like I got drunk like once a weekend like he's like that's reasonable right going into the army so he passes the physical pass all the tasks and then he gets called in for the interview and he goes there like builders. They're like Mr Blank. They're like there's there's one thing that really kind of jumped out at us you know on your application. It was how many times you've been inebriated in the past year. and He's thinking like hey. Hey GonNa commend me. Like for only being drunk like forty eight times and they're like the number was way over our threshold and bills take-back use. How many how many times are you looking for is like Oh? We're looking for like a single digit number preferably under five but what college kid I I mean that that I know I know but it just but it just goes to show like like in college released. This was twenty years ago. It was so so socially acceptable to do that. We would go out on on the weekends every week. I'm twice Friday and Saturday won't lots Thursday. The people would be going on thirty and Thursday. Just get annihilated that that sounds like I don't know like maybe the army was just sort of hinting like you shouldn't tell them you've been inebriation. Allied yeah you should have lied or so I mean it's the army. Don't people in the army drink but you know but he did lie. That was the cut that number by a third. Yeah I remember Mutual friend of ours said he went to the doctor. The doctor was asked him how much he drag so he said. I don't know like a couple of nights a week. He's like well. How many drinks more than three? Yeah probably three four. He's like well you know that. That's qualifying qualifying as a binge drinker. And he's like right. Put me down as a trigger. Then I mean three of drinks again like in the nineteen fifties and sixties. He's like people would have that at lunch fairly regularly. I'm not saying every day but you know but the pro- the problem with you know alcohol's a drug Ryan other other drugs is like the first time you had it. You have this great euphoric feeling. This like light butts and then you're always kinda chasing that demon right so what you really want to do with booze as you want to have one or two drinks earnings occasionally right and then you'll get that light buzz but then stop. That's the key. Don't go for that third fourth fifth sixth seventh eighth because there's nothing at the end of that tunnel. That's fun. Oh well yeah I mean yes intellectually that makes sense but when you're Outta tailgating against with all your there's a case and a half bud light that's the other thing is like Americans tend to swill cheap appear it's not it's not even like watered down beer. Yeah it's not even good The place actually where I got my graduate. What degree is a dry campus It's in Quincy Massachusetts a religious school Nazarene there Nazarene. So they don't drink. I didn't know that you know before I enrolled. It didn't really matter to me But yeah they're totally dry campus. They've sports and all that the kids the older. I was like thirty nine when I finished my masters but the kids were really nice. They seem to have a good time and they they enjoyed themselves and all that but yeah. That would have been totally foreign to me. When I went to college I would have been like a dry campus? What are you nuts like? I'm not college for that. Exact exactly cleaned will what would happen if there was new boos at like a corporate function. So you had to go in. I don't mean sober in and deal with your coworkers. You would be able to answer that better than me. I have no idea like a weekend. Retreat with no booze. I I mean are those things mostly about drinking. I've never been on a corporate retreat. Are they a lot about There's there's always alcohol there and there's always a few view people who do drink a decent amount but nobody is not like a tailgate situation. Everybody's socially drinking well. AH WE I. This must be what a year and a half ago. We did a podcast about those venture capital events and and that's right so that was a good one. Yeah and that's the thing it's like you know it's to me. It's a terrible will thing to set up like putting a bunch of guys who are probably Pretty Dorky and don't have a lot of experience experience with women but they have a lot of money and these women are they're looking for that money and it's nighttime and there's alcohol involved it it becomes like what is this is a social event or is this business if it's business you should have it at noon on a Wednesday and there shouldn't be any anywhere near so I'm not excusing any of these guys behavior. But it's like this is just being set up for disaster Mr meaning like if you're at a corporate event if you're with all your people or or you're there with clients like you know if it were me I wouldn't have any alcohol. I mean that'd be worried about you know if I said you know I remember it with a liability associated with to someone gets in their car. ooh I don't know what the laws in Massachusetts. But if I my let's say my sons have a party here right. My Son has the Party and they're drinking right and I maybe I don't even allow it. Maybe I'm not even in the house. If one of his friends gets in the car drives rides home and hit somebody kill somebody we are liable. Yeah I mean when it got to court it might be a little different but but yes those laws are on the books here but you know that stuff is rampant. I was talking to this school safety officer last year and he said that stuff is rampant like underage drinking at homes. Parents know about it so a lot of times. The parents are half in the bag. I mean it's like seriously you. You said he's walked into some really ugly scenes in very nice homes. Very listen to this one this this made me want to weep okay Last week I mean this was a good thing i. I was chosen by one of my students per teacher appreciation. He's starting quarterback on the football. All teams companied him out onto the field really nice event it was. It was really A. Did you right where you are presented with the the award or did you tackle side. There's no ward or anything like that. I was at the only teacher. The other T. should've just like he's walking ahead issue just like it all out sprint. From behind I was thinking about suiting up and guess standing on the sideline as a brigade the route. I thought this is part of the award that I can play now. Some of these high school kids are like some of their lineman a six foot four about two hundred and fifty pounds. I use imagine I would be in the hospital the next day. Get hit by a freight train. Yeah Yeah I even. If they offered it to me I would not So anyway a couple of weeks before that there was an issue. I mean they're high. School kids are going to do what they do. They're sneaking booze news. I guess some of them were kind of intoxicated and then a teacher was intervening and something and they were yelling and saw it was not uh-huh wonderful scene and it made the front page of the local paper down there so now they have more of a police presence and all that but another teacher was telling me that these now now imagine this is your Friday night. Okay imagine this is your Friday night and then imagined trying not to walk in front of a bus the next day if this this is your life these parents would gather at a local tavern at four o'clock in the afternoon on a Friday get loaded did for about three hours then go over to the high school football game so that the teacher was like not only do we have students their parents are. We're here half in the bag. And that's their Friday night. She says you imagine showing up tanked at a high school football all game high school. I mean an unbelievable I I remember this was like a couple years back in this was a friend McKenna. Not GonNa name names so he he lives in New Jersey and was his fortieth birthday party so gi. We drive out since like. It's terrible drive long. Island to Jersey hits all kinds of traffic. That's the work that we were striving America. It's the worst. It's the reason why people from New Jersey Jersey hate wilander's vice versa. Because you there's no easy way to go you basically cut through Manhattan or Staten Island. Go through Brooklyn the belt. It's just a a disaster anyway so we get there. It's like fifty miles away. Rain takes us like two and a half hours just insane so we get there. We walk into this hall. I and I think he told this story before. And you open the door and there are beer pong table. There's about ah eight beer pong tables and everybody is playing everyone so go in there and we see some mother mutual friends when he goes through like sit down wait table was this guy. Trauma sort of relive is college experience. Maybe maybe you know. They played beer pong in college. I shouldn't say maybe he is. I mean he played beer pong. Yeah but it was. Everybody was playing when you don't play when you're forty years old now so he especially like we're dry road they're going to do and like beer pong and I'm terrible. A beer pong related within the first ten minutes. Because I can't get loaded. That's all right so I mean in this everyone's plane so there's just the four of us off the side. Not playing so said friend comes over. And he's like. Oh come on play like forcing US onto a table on my Nana on I was like I I I gotta drive. I'm not an everybody. Everybody's driven there every single person. Everyone's playing so anyway we stick it out for like maybe ninety minutes and then I think they serves. Food can't remember but but even when the food would serve the tables were still going like and then like people like would get the paying the ping pong ball and then screw arena and then like knock over like beers i. I thought I was in like a college dorm. Now we're we're we're forty years old forty forty one years old. Yeah so sad. That drinking like like natty lights are Milwaukee best show. There was. There was two cakes at either end of the room to fill up. The we read. Dixie Cup party cops God I mean come on man drinking issue like I don't I don't let me put the background. I don't judge anybody who drinks I liked. See people having a good time. It's great you know about that. That is just like come on man beer pong like let's I remember. This was years ago. There's probably fifteen years ago When I was always away? I'm so I'm sorry. I just interrupt got the button of the story so this what maybe like. Two weeks later we go to go to his house Because I think his family was having a party for him for his fortieth and what was in the The Room Tom just off the living room was a branded beer pong table with the logo of his university. That was his fortieth birthday present. So obviously this was something. He didn't college that he was quite proud of. I believe so yes God. That's that's embarrassing racing like that. That's what people know about you from college. You play the Europe Long. That's your legacy. Oh I remember I just I went to the skies He was a guy he was a grip and I worked with him on a few things and he invited me out to his Lives in an apartment kind of an apartment house backyard in Brooklyn so vital for cookout I would over with another another guy and we go into the backyard. And he's there with like a bunch of his college friends who I didn't really know and I was there kind of meat heads. kind of Frat boys choice might say so. We had a couple of kegs. I take a beer from one of the kegs. It tasted like rancid vomit and title. Guess what brand. It was Schaefer Schaefer. Beer would I remember distinctly from college because one of the first places I ever went had drink up for five dollars for two hours. All the Schaefer Beer you could train it is the worst kabeer ever. It is awful and these guy it was like their big college thing like these drink in college so they got like our. Are you me and the other guy had to go get like a case appear from the store so I was like. I can't drink this like I'll I'll throw up after a while. I mean if you if you take a budweiser budweiser at like room temperature. It's disgusting I know but at least tailgates. How many gallons of that you think going down the hatch? ooh Many many Allen's so Just to wrap up so let me just say this is not a slam on alcohol. We were just kind wondering in many situations you can make corporate events sports teams that are sports games. Like 'cause it's huge is advertised is in all the stadiums it's served. I mean Nass car what would happen in NASCAR NASCAR would go away now. Now Go away. I don't know what state I would have to be in to sit there and watch cars driving a circle for five hours. Or how long want me to do it. I mean it is the most ridiculous thing ever will beer and golf. Doesn't that go. Yeah absolutely yeah. Yeah AH hockey. You know what I find funny is like it's like a baseball game and then it's like they cut you off at the seventh inning. Or if it's basketball they cut you off after the third quarter like somehow you'RE GONNA miraculously sober up in fifteen minutes. I it's just such a moral stand there supposedly taking okay. Okay there Bob. You've already had twenty cut off but but you're cut no more that's it. You got a silver up to get behind that truck and drive home. But it's funny like if you think about a bar when your new mid twenty s you know What if all of a sudden there's like no alcohol there? I'm picturing these bars. It used to be packed packed on a Saturday night packed on Friday night music. Be Really Loud. Like what have you took alcohol out of there at everybody. Drank sodas or I mean there are there are bars like that right Brooklyn. La Now they're like what are they called like cocktail infusion some name for yeah like T- in like they make these cocktail infusions. Well it's a way for people to have like you know it. It's been known as a social lubricant. And it. Obviously as you you can like talk to people who feel more comfortable especially if everybody's a little lubricated you know And it it's fun. It's fun but again when you know tips over the other side which is not really what we're getting into. We're just talking about a lot of these different things like really. Let's let's say on average thirty thousand people attend a Yankees game like throughout the season. The average is thirty. Thousand a Game Bang they. I stopped selling beer. What would happen to that attendance? Would it be thirty people again now. Now Yeah I don't know I mean they'd be they'd be lucky to break ten thousand. Yeah so there's a few things you can do at a sporting event. If you're not drinking one you could Enjoy mock tail and keep a drink in hand so you know. have yourself a coke or something like that or maybe have like a cranberry berry juice and I like cranberry juice and ginger ale or cranberry juice and tonic water. That's pretty good. Yeah one of those and a lot of times if people think you already have dragged the not gonna kind of fresh air. There is a beer companies. They're making non alcoholic elect right beer. Apparently that Heineken zero is actually. Have you had one of those actually supposed to be pretty good I. I don't really drink non alcoholic beer. I I I like Ginger Beer. Ginger Beers really go. Do you ever have ginger beer as good young Thais snap to it You could drink water obviously as another other one focus on food. I like to focus on food. I have to say I was at Shea Stadium many years ago and I was very impressed across with the quality of the Food and apparently the the game. They stepped up their Gal who got shake shack there. That Mexican joint very good Ed. Yeah it apparently Yankee Stadium Someone on the radio was saying that they have really good food. It wasn't that expensive like you know it's expensive enough but it wasn't there. Were killing you too badly on the prices and it was actually good And then it says Actually Watch the game. I'm looking at a picture of of these two guys wearing headdresses Some sort of football game and they are obviously over the age of forty one guy. It looks like he's well into his sixties and he's got his face painted he's got a headdress spawn these. He's having the time of his life. This another thing you can do it. Your face did not pay you face put on some feathers. It'd be the life of the party. Aren't everybody well. Hey listen we're not telling you in a drink. We're not selling them out to direct. Not Telling you what to do now to do what to do. It's a free country. Whatever you want? This is America. Do whatever you what you just. I always tell. This kid asked me the other day. They've research papers said. Do we have to do this. I said Paul. This is America. You don't have to do anything you don't WANNA to do. And he said that's right. Look at our president said but does whatever he wants he said. But I'll get a zero on this if I don't do it. That is correct. There you go there are consequences consequences although you with our presidents. Apparently there are not. I mean if you If you down to hugh cases of Schlitz Schlitz or shaffer. There's both both either way there's consequences to that action you so you can drink a bottle of Tequila. It'd be kind of put. This is going to be consequences. That's the thing to you can't well. This is change. Go Up until two years ago. You could not smoke marijuana now. I don't smoke marijuana not really interested in it but you now. I don't think there's any cases of any overdoses this is from marijuana. I don't think it's physics. I I think they're zero deaths zero overdose cases. I mean you can put a good hurting on yourself. I think if you use too much alcohol you could go drink to vodka and choke on your vomit in your well your constitutional rights. Absolutely you're entitled. I'll say entitled to that. It's an entitlement. Yeah that's privilege right there. 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Dictator meal had been in the facility earlier that week and we're playing against the Atlanta Falcons, and we ended up losing that game remember look at coach Gunther on the bus. The site look and sure enough he got fired the next. So we kind of knew it was, and of course, they hired removing the following year to replace. Gunter. You had that sense of it but I don't know that you say you think Dan Quincy to get fired I miss come Arthur blank owner Mr Blank he's never fired anybody you know in the middle of the season so but I do believe that the Atlanta the way they've Lost Yeah Unbelievable the way they've lost I feel so bad form. But I believe that they have a really strong performance and get away there's no way fire dead grin. Get blown out I. Think Tonight in order to get five. So New England goes on the road to Kansas City and instead of Cam Brian Hoyer. So take me again you have Cam Newton you're going on the road with ballot check you probably feel even though it's candy, you probably feel good about your chances. Now you go to a backup quarterback Brian, Hoyer who's never started for New England is the locker room. Tony knowing you lost your star quarterback for huge game against a great opponent. Absolutely, absolutely is it's a huge disadvantage. The quarterback is the most important position in all sports always talked about that. We all know why they get paid half a billion dollars for contract. When you've got, you know really really good one like Patrick Mahomes. So you're missing island and. He had that magic back. He was back to that old cam. He had that offense going offense going and so as a teammate of that, it's like man we gotta play flawless tonight doesn't mean we're going to go there lose. Hoyer the destroyer he's capable, but it's not Cam Newton, and you know you're now stuck behind the eight ball I it's. It's IT'S GONNA. Be Tough for them to go out there and win. Tonight. Especially because offense you hasn't preparing, it's a different offense off stuff going in your head, but I wouldn't be surprised. You see tonight. Gadget plays like going forward of work down lot of your pay ponds. Who knows what is reverses you're GONNA see maybe that Cleveland browns style trying to win a game tonight because what else you got to lose everybody's expecting the Patriots to go in there and get their butts kicked. Yesterday Brady bad first half great. Second half. He's got nine ten different targets made catches. It is interesting Tony that. Nobody wants Chris Godwin comes back. There's three tight ends. There's three legitimate receivers was Scotty Miller Mike Evans. I don't know if you've ever worked at an offense in Atlanta. You guys had a lot of talent. Is there. Is there a situation when you're at your level you're a very good player and you just know there's just a lot of weapons that your quarterback can use. Does it change the way? You think I mean I looked at Tampa yesterday and I'm like men they don't even have Chris Godwin they don't even have Leonard. Fournette and they're just thrown it to everybody. How does that make you feel as a skill guy knowing you're going to get limited touches and limited chances in a football game? I. Chromium Ball I know I'm good and that's what I think has really slow this often out can work because you got a guy like, Tom Brady but even even that it's Randy Moss was there he was at the Randy all the time doing adamant was catching all those boss I believe you need to main guys in an offense in the passing game. So you have one a one B no guys are gonNA catch over especially in today's office over eighty balls and then you got one guy who's GonNa catch around fifty, fifty, five balls, and then everybody else I put that get in where you fit in and that's an efficient I think when you're trying to spread the ball around and trying to everybody. That's where the confusion comes in I. Think it just I rather just folks. It's. It's. It's the reason that that you know I I don't like pace is too many choices. I want I want I, want a specialty the perhaps I consistency and and I think Tom Hopefully forget that persist spread the ball around I. Don't think the skill players don't like it and I would make it easier Tom said, hey, here's my God go-to. Guy. Can Rely On. You know it's interesting watching Cleveland now Cleveland's three and one, and it's a losing franchise historically twenty years straight of losing and now they're winners and now they go wack The Dallas cowboys and part of me thinks they feel confidence but is it that false bravado where you're winning but you can get sucked right back in two game losing streak it's not a winning culture whereas if New England goes on a two game losing streak, they expect to win. That's their culture in the locker room. Talk a little bit about your NFL travels in about how cultures matter and he can turn negative very quickly. Do a team that has a recent history of losing. Absolutely I and I think he plays long enough unless you're talk radio and the and the Patriots but most Eve's out there when you're losing mentality, you go into the game saying, Hey, let's let's not lose this game play not the loons that are playing to win certainly things are changing in Cleveland this what we said for the you know the season even started. And a lot of talent. Out there in Cleveland and if they can put it together they they can win some games and that's what's happened but I can beaten the Dallas cowboys. I mean there than on side kick away from being enforced. So I don't think the calendar is good. As we thought, they were going to be but hats off to the Cleveland browns. They've identified themselves though they know they can hang their hat on and it's not. It's not Baker Mayfield. It's running game right now even though nick goes out when when you have a guy like Kareem Hunt and let's not forget who green hot is when he was in Kansas City, he was one of the best running backs in the NFL. And and they're going to be fine. They have a good offensive line obviously, they got the great skill players and Odell Beckham Jarvis laundry, but they need to keep back formula that made them successful. Baker Mayfield. Still Young. He can still keep improving and there's no better way to make it safe for run turn turnaround hand that ball up and then when you got to make the throws go ahead and make don't turn the ball over at twenty did yesterday he threw the ball morning throwing the last couple of games the third over thirty throws and what's I think right around there don't go too much talked about this before keep it at that defendants don't turn the ball over and they got. A really good about. Finally. So Ryan Fitzpatrick is certainly capable to as in the wings and join I were talking about this. You can't fool athletes like if tool was burning it up at practice and you're starting Ryan Fitzpatrick, you know it some point it's not good for morale. How long would you go when you have kind of Assisi plus guy in fits magic and you got All these young quarterbacks are crushing. It wouldn't you be worried at all that the locker room you could lose the locker room if you didn't go to two in the next couple two or three weeks. I'm looking at that. Wanted Three what is doing during practice that that they're not trusting that they say, Hey, let's just wait in Patrick is I think he's when he's on fire he's one of those quarterbacks elitist that microwave player heats up then he cools down. But I I believe in being battle tested. You really don't know what her players capable of it. Do you get in that game until you get the snap and think her out? For the chargers is a good example who knows if he'd be playing right now if tyrod Taylor didn't get hurt. But he's come in and he's lit up and he's played really well. Air Set for quarterback for the next five, six seven years, and that eventually they're going to have to make that change one and three the division to slip away the probably not gonna go to the playoffs. Let's get the experience. Let's get him out there. Let's see even if he hasn't performed that women practice enough to start over pits Patrick, but you get a bit pattern let's put I put two in there over these next couple of games and let's see where he's at and let's say, okay, we got a franchise quarterback or we don't. And and we'll ride. He's got a lot of picks coming up in the draft. This is a team of the future. I think they're going to be. Okay. But yeah, I would definitely put in there. Let's let's see what he can do on fire on the big. Mutts. Tony Gonzales, the hall of famer fourteen pro bowls in seventeen years. Good Cinema Man. Yeah I by the way joy as we talked earlier, Miami has. HOUSTON. Their first round pick. So let's say Miami goes six and ten so they'll probably draft. Eighth Houston's I. Second Round picks in. Twenty Twenty One So. If Houston ends up being the three win team the win more than that. But the point is you're going to get to top ten picks. So, if you play to at some point, just let me see what I got. You know what? Really some we've said this before. Is that sometimes you can work at a company and what epic another companies struggles or flourishes. It puts pressure on your company when just Herbert came in. Was Given five minutes to start against the super bowl champions and looked really good. If you're sitting there in. MIAMI. It's like, okay well Joe Borough looks good with terrible offensive line and just in Herbert looks good with five minutes and no first-team team snaps. That's I. Think guys look around the league go we need to spend a month now in Miami by the way has a star tight end they have a great wide receiver devante Parker they have good enough backs so it's not it's not without they hung was Seattle. I gave up a terrible late touchdown in the first half Miami. Hung was Seattle, this is not a terrible roster. It's not great, but it's middle of the pack thirteen to seven in their anyone star building. Let's go. Let's play. Let's to a timed presented by into the how to money podcast released a recent episode seven ways to save more money this week here's a sneak peak. Let's talk through a few other ways to cut some expenses hunger-strike. hunger-strike and cutting expensive recurring expense. So that's going to cut your grocery bill dude groceries add up man we eat food every single day in. Well, we can't advocate for people to like go on hunger strike out. No no, that's joke. 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Anger took his team to the edge of the end zone but running back on say Ingram fumbled on the One Yard line TCU recovered and was able to round the clock. He took a safety in the last night to win thirty, three, thirty, one SORTA Texas big twelve games by and large are tennis match. Who's got the last serve this was a crazy game at Tcu now I, think it's are they it Tom Herman is one and two against one in three. So. Texas has been in. Really. last-second Games obviously, they do not come out on top in this one but SAM allender was seventeen, thirty, six, two, hundred, thirty, six, yards, four touchdowns, and one interception. They are now to in one and jobs from ninth in the eight people. Twenty two TCU. is also went six of their last seven games against Texas. Obviously the conversation is. Now kind of turning towards Tom Herman is either right person for the job. Well, but they did just expand extend him in May nineteen. Cal kept beating USC and stay the California cal kept beating. That you have to win. Yes. That doesn't mean TCU Patterson. It's a really good program but the state school. Should be winning this game and I like Tom Herman. We've had him on the show I. Think he's really smart. You know it's it's very interesting coach. He's a great underdog coach. Is a favourite he has been. He'll have game every year we gets knocked off and they're getting. This is a very political board of regents in Texas. They're very impatient people forget though Joy Dabo. Sweeney took awhile to win at Clemson. He did he didn't win in his first two or three years we're not incredibly patient. No College football. Programs are even more impatient because you have, as you mentioned a lot of powerful alumni and donors that WANNA. See immediate results and sometimes it takes a little more time than that. But I think with the landscape of college football and Joe. Talks about this a lot. Any of the teams that are struggling this year it just it just doesn't matter for the next couple of years is just as a matter. Because the hit the college football took this year. They're not going to be paying out coaches to not coach the team. Right so you're you are going to deal with whatever your circumstances are for the next couple years at all of these big pro- programs included clay, Helton USC Tom Herman Texas it. Even. If it goes a little sideways, it's not the year to write a fat check no, and you may Find out that this a little bit of extra time. We'll do the program that having a little more civility. It's where you want them to be right now. Texas. Had taught Orlando is the defensive coordinator. They blamed him for everything USC hired him and it was not taught Orlando Com to coordinate the can't stop anybody. Well, the current AP poll top ten is Clemson Alabama Georgia Florida Notre Dame coach. At six Ohio state seven, Miami North Carolina Penn State, and Oklahoma state. We said before the season my prediction was Florida was better than people thought Dan mullins a good coach very clever offensively he's got a quarterback now. So Georgia Great. This weekend Auburn was atrocious. That's about right. How about Miami my boy Miami's having a year. Aren't we though the Marlins the Cane Yep, got to out there that's rounded up. So the Patriots will be facing the chiefs today without Cam Newton instead Brian Hoyer, we'll get the start for New England's. This will be his first starting to Patriots uniform in his sixth season with the team he has lost last ten games that he started most recently started again for the colts in injury relief last season and. As a Patriot he is thirty to fifty wanted for three hundred and thirty, five yards, one touchdown and one interception as Peter Schrager said earlier with us. This is kind of a rough situation for for the Patriots are flying in today having to play tonight's I. Don't I'm not opposed to that I thought leagues didn't allow that in case of mechanical issues on a plane. Well, I mean, these are unprecedented times so. This obviously was not the original plan because they weren't was playing tonight but according to Fox bet the Patriots went from seven point underdog to a ten and a half point underdog with Brian. Hoyer starting the line is now chiefs minus eleven, which is about right. I mean, this is not a this is not a game patriots should really I liked New England with Cam to cover I like, Kansas, city. Without Cam, Oh yeah. I mean and this is the star factor that CAM provides as well as talent like we don't even I certainly don't think this is GonNa be a competitive game they're up against that flying today and now they don't have cam new in, but he also had a huge buzz coming into this game as well. So just think gone now just think how badly the NFL could've used last night. Mahomes against camp like that's the Star we always think of the NBA The star Lee? That it was a pretty boring late window yesterday I mean you had no Jimmy Garoppolo Sunday night game and you know it's kind of A. If. You don't think stars matter even in the NFL cam versus homes would have gotten a mon- number yesterday looking forward to that. So finally, Odell. Had the breakout game browns fans were looking for his three touchdowns in the forty nine, thirty eight win over the cowboys and he said after the game he happened to be contributing to wins Cleveland. I just want to be able to help any way I. Can I want to? Be Able to. Be Efficient. And just helped his team ways to win. That's really what it was announced Something special about being part of a win being part of the team in in. And helping win. So that's as all my goal ever has been. About Jarvis Landry Throw Watch this. Past game. Row. It's fun I liked the browns are starting to get an identity. Now, this is what they were always missing All we could ever hear about is how great they were or they're smarter than everybody else and we just don't know what we're talking about, and this is what they should be. How about this division Pittsburgh's front seven maybe the best Cleveland three and one of the best run game and Baltimore can be the most frightening like this division is suddenly and Joe Borough can freaking play this divisions like suddenly really good it is. It's really interesting. It's complete opposite of. It is a great division. Cleveland got all sorts of players and Stefanski As you said, earlier, Stefanski get a few coach of the year. He's had out you when you're when you're in a bad franchise Sean McDermott struggled for twenty years and you show up and you change the culture like buffalo now does everything well, like Dallas I can't figure out you know Buffalo's the opposite of Dallas voters almost everything pretty well with Dallas I look at them and I think the coaching defense they're not running an ass don't really have an identity. Zeke grouping we're having the peak of their success they had an identity and that was rely on Z Z but since the different situation now that's a that's. Not a knock on the browns obviously the browns. Seemingly other that was a really bad loss of the cowboys. HEARD HIERARCHY A little game tonight Cleveland may make it. And I do it without regret without guilt I think Cleveland is a top ten team. They did joy with the news. Well. That's the news. Thanks for stopping. Heard lie be sure to catch live editions of the heard Weekdays at noon eastern nine am Pacific. 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That is the longest streak in NFL History Matt Patricia over nine and seven nine and seven team in his ten and twenty five and be defensive coach, and it's your defense that keeps letting you down. It's a major problem. SEAHAWKS, dolphins it's to a time Ryan Fitzpatrick second game. This year was zero passing touchdowns and multiple picks. What does that mean? He's the only quarterback in the league that's happened. Multiple Times no touchdowns multiple picks. This was a very winnable game. that. And Rookie quarterbacks are thriving VAT and the fact that Miami's going to have to top ten picks so of to. Is Not good. You can go in another direction Jaguars bengals borough got help finally borough got helped. Joe. Mixing hundred, fifty one rushing yards, three touchdowns and mix was in the hospital Saturday night with chest pains and struggling to breathe. Now Cincinnati, did do a pretty good job of protection yesterday as well. He was only sacked once. But two, hundred, five rushing yards borough was able to throw to those good young receivers on play action when you give them a little protection, a running game. You'RE GONNA win a lot of games eventually over time with Joe Borough Cardinals had panthers off the cliff cliff. Kingsbury is now seven twelve and one cuyler Murray had yards but a really disjointed game where he didn't play particularly well he had one hundred, thirty, three passing yards second straight loss and it really felt one college coach out the other college coach. chargers, buccaneers Brady got back. Five touchdown passes five different receivers and believe it or not first time in Brady's career. He's ever done that how about that overcame a seventeen point deficit in fairness todd bowles terrific defensive coordinator also then outside of one long ball completely shut down the chargers in the second half giving Brady, mostly good field position. 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The Black Sox Scandal

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The Black Sox Scandal

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I'm Tracy Wilson and I'm Holly Frank and before we get to our episode we have fun announcements. which is that while we're in CHICAGO FOR OUR CHICAGO? Stop on our tour. We are going to do the fun thing with museum hack. Yes which I'm so excited. Yes listeners to our show have have heard about museum hack before we are doing. A scavenger hunt the art institute of Chicago. It's going to be at two PM on the twenty sixth of October. There is more information about it on our website or on the museum hack website. We've been kind of working on this behind the scenes after a while and just got to the point that we were ready to announce it so if you are especially if you're already in Chicago that's going to be. I think like a fun time for us day. After our live show there I am very excited because it is no secret that I love and I laughed and I love the the way that they get people to engage with art and history and I'm so enthused about this whole thing I have the wiggles yes and so often on our tours where in a place for so little time that we don't get to have some kind of stuff like that so I'm glad we built that in with this one so anyway our website missed in history dot com you'll find more information about that and now now you'll get into the actual meat of today's episode which was coincidentally about Chicago. We have at least one more nine hundred thousand nine hundred episode this year we are right in in the middle of the one hundredth anniversary of the nineteen nineteen world series and that's the one that led to the black sox scandal after some players from the Chicago White Sox took a bribe to lose it on purpose. There are some players who confessed to taking this money but whether summer all of them really played their best after taking the money is hotly debated still like you can go and read some articles that are statistical analyses of various peoples like batting averages during the season and that what it was like during in the world series and what did that mean about whether they were really trying to lose her not and we're not talking as much about that today well because that's one of those things things that there are so many factors involved in how anyone in any profession whether you're professional piano player or professional athlete or anything how you perform on any me given day is the result of a lot of different factors so it's almost impossible to break down any sort of definitive. Yes no answer whether anyone like I kind of shrugged it off yet which all that is also part of what happened when this all came to trial so yeah. There's a lot of discussion about it so the collective active memory about this whole scandal is also really pretty different from how it all played out especially if your familiarity with it is from stuff like watching field of dreams in some of its given this really romanticized air sometime. It's also I think imagined because of this whole idea of baseball being pulsa pastime last time the imagined is happening as a more innocent time but really this was happening alongside a Lotta the other stuff we've talked about from nine hundred nineteen like red summer and the first red scare and the Palmer raids and a lot of widespread labor disputes including the amalgamated steel strike of Nineteen nineteen which we haven't actually talked about on the show before and there's also this imagined version that baseball was more innocent before this happened but has we're. GonNa talk about none of that really the case at all so first of all. We're GONNA Mullaly some groundwork and give you some context. It is a myth that baseball was the invention of one single person abner doubleday who was a major general in the Union army during the civil war is often credited as having created the sport in Cooperstown New York in eighteen thirty nine but he wasn't in Cooperstown at that time he was at West Point Joint. He also never said that he invented baseball apart from all that baseball existed before eighteen thirty nine when according to the story abner doubleday invented ended it variations of developed in multiple United States cities in the eighteenth century they were largely inspired by the English Games of rounder and cricket there are also other their native American ballgames involve balls and sticks in some way but they have more in common with like Lacrosse and basketball and and baseball really ties back to this English games more by the middle of the nineteenth century baseball was known not as an adaptation of an English game though but as innately American sport and it had also become extremely popular the New York Mercury described it as the national pastime on December fifth eighteen fifty six six the idea that the sport had been doubled as creation was intentionally spread by a commission that was established to Research Baseball's origins in the Early Twentieth Century Three the commission gave the credit in Nineteen Oh eight and by that point he had been dead for fifteen years so he was not around to set the record straight. S- part part of Commissions Goal in propagating this myth was to reinforce this American origin story for the sport because baseball had taken on a symbolic significance and it comes to be imagined as uniquely embodying American values like Loyalty Patriotism Hard work team play and sporting behaviour and also community spirit and civic pride as cities and towns became home to their own baseball teams and developed rivalries with their neighbors in our previous podcast based on Walt Whitman. We talked about how Whitman tried to both reflect upon and shape the consciousness of the United States through his writing in the nineteenth century and this included -cluded baseball Whitman's biographer horace travel recalled a conversation. They had an eighteen eighty nine in which travel called baseball. The Harare game of the Republic public in Whitman replied quote. That's beautiful the Harare game well. It's our game. That's the chief fact in connection with it. America's game has the snap go flinging of the American atmosphere belongs as much to our institutions fits into them as significantly as our constitutions laws is just important in the sum total of our historic life. The idea of baseball was also connected to the assimilation of immigrants and to what was regarded as mainstream in stream white American life in the words of sports writer. Hugh fullerton quote baseball to my way of thinking is the greatest single force working for Americanization in no other game appeals so much to the foreign born nothing not even the schools teaches the American spirit so quickly or inculcates the idea idea of sportsmanship or fair play as thoroughly as is clear from a lot of episodes in our archive. The United States has never thoroughly lived up to these ideals eales that baseball was meant to embody and the same is true for baseball itself. There was really never an idyllic time when baseball was wholesome wholesome clean pure and unencumbered by the same social issues that were affecting the rest of the nation for example racial segregation in baseball got it started in eighteen sixty seven and major league baseball was officially segregated twenty years later baseball struggled with labor rights issues as well today. Major League Baseball salaries range from five hundred fifty thousand dollars to thirty five million dollars a year but I baseball was a strictly amateur sport then that meant that only people who could afford not to work could afford to play baseball although some people were paid in secret even though it was against the rules gradually though baseball became a professional sport the Cincinnati Red Stockings became the first fully professional team in eighteen sixty nine and the national association became the First Professional Baseball League two years later baseball. I became an industry. That's still presented itself. As a national pastime instead of a business sidestepping the idea that playing baseball for a living was work and professional baseball. Did this pretty successfully in one thousand nine hundred ninety two after most of the events that we're talking about today the US Supreme Court unanimously ruled that Major League Baseball Paul did not violate the Sherman Antitrust Act because even though professional baseball involved teams traveling from state to state which players were paid for their work doc. 'em spectators. Were paying to watch that. This did not constitute interstate commerce while playing professional baseball is work. Baseball players didn't have a lot of rights sir protections as workers for example players often signed contracts with teams that covered a specific number of seasons but reserve clause meant that they were still tied to that I team sometimes in perpetuity until they were formally released even if they were not actively playing any more often contract stipulated that players could be sold or traded to other teams without any say in the matter in these contracts placed a lot of restrictions on players without giving them much job security many included attendee release clause which allowed teams to terminate contracts with little notice and without cause all these contractual stipulations meant that players didn't have a a lot of negotiating power of the time and they also weren't paid well enough to support themselves after their time as a player was over baseball teams didn't have pensions or retirement armament plans and a lot of players started playing ball professionally when they were young they had little to no education or training and other works so when age or injury or some other circumstance led to the end of their baseball career they didn't have another way to support themselves and they were thought of as being too old to not already have a way to earn earn a living not saying there are no more labor issues in baseball or any other professionals were but some of these have improved somewhat since then and assigned from these issues news there was the gambling and corruption the black socks weren't the first players to be banned from baseball either temporarily or permanently because of gambling the the national association that we mentioned a few moments ago lasted for less than five years in part because widespread gambling raised questions about the sports legitimacy in in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries it wasn't particularly frowned upon for players to bet on their own games and it was also common for gamblers to pay players for tips like insider knowledge about who was recovering from an injury or which players were expected to take the field that day basically any little tidbit of information that might give have one better an edge when making wagers some gamblers essentially had players on their payroll on an ongoing basis for this purpose and long before the black sox scandal the influence of gambling on the sport went beyond paying for information into bribing players to influence the outcome of the game paying players to throw a game goes back at least to eighteen sixty five when a gambler paid a player for the New York mutuals to make sure that their opponent one in the next day's game and nine hundred zero five Philadelphia Athletics Pitcher Rube Waddell injured his shoulder and missed the end of the season including the world series people raised some suspicions suspicions at the time about whether that injury was genuine or not and then in the aftermath of the black SOx scandal allegations surface that he had been paid seventeen thousand dollars others to fake an injury and sit out of the world series. In nineteen twenty seven former White Sox shortstop Charles Berg known as Swede told the Chicago Tribune about a string of fixed games during the nineteen seventeen season according to his account the white sox and the Detroit Tigers Played Two doubleheaders that September the sox won all four of them purportedly because the Tigers had been paid to lose them. Berg also said that in nineteen nineteen the white sox through three games against the Tigers as a sort of thank you in these are just examples so when several players from the Chicago White SOx conspired with gamblers to throw the world series in exchange for money this wasn't applied that just sprang out of nowhere sullying and otherwise Pristine and above board sport basically this kind of behavior had been going on for so long essentially unchallenged that multiple players from the white sox thought they could fix the world series and get away with it. We'll talk more about it after a sponsor rake. Let me tell you about Pete who loved hockey and always wanted to play in the NHL Pete played since he was three and begged his mom to let him stay on the ice supply some nights he even slept in his hockey skates. Pete practiced and practiced until one day when he was forty seven. Pete realized he just wasn't that good so he threw his skates in the trash but then you heard how Geico proud partner of the NHL good save money on car insurance so he switched and saved a bunch so it all all worked out the black sox scandal followed the end of World War. One the United States had entered the war in April of nineteen seventeen and at first the sport of baseball continued on with the white sox winning the world series that November but by nineteen in eighteen things had changed a lot of players that either volunteered to join the military or had been drafted in July of that year secretary of war Newton D Baker issued work or fight order which required men who were eligible for the draft to either join the military or work in an industry that was critical to the war rather than in non essential vocations baseball wasn't specifically described as non essential but it was definitely perceived that way and baseball players who didn't enlist list or go to work in a critical industry faced increasing criticism some who did go to work in a critical industry also spent more time playing for the company ball all team than working towards the war effort the major leagues considered suspending games altogether but instead shorten the season and held the world series at the start of September number rather than later in the fall the Boston red sox defeated the Chicago cubs four games to to Germany surrendered in World War One on November eleventh nineteen eighteen although the tree of or cy that formally ended the war wasn't signed until the following year. This meant that the war was over in time for the Nineteen Nineteen baseball all seasons to at least in theory. Get back to normal normal for the white sox involved some tensions between players management. Elliott Asimov's book eight men went out which was published in nineteen sixty three was the go-to source about the black SOx scandal for decades and he made the claim that White SOx owner Charles Comiskey was vastly underpaying paying his team and that this grudge led to several players willingness to participate in this scheme but really the white sox payroll at the start of the season was a little over for eighty eight thousand dollars which was more than ten thousand dollars higher than their nineteen nineteen world series opponent. The Cincinnati reds some of the white sox players were the highest paid in the League for their positions. What the White Sox did have was huge. Pay Disparities with some of its best players making the smallest amounts of money any Eddie Collins who played second base was paid fourteen thousand five hundred dollars a year but the average salary of the players who were implicated in this conspiracy to throw the world series were paid more than ten thousand dollars less than that so money and grievances with Comiskey were surely a factor in all this but it was a lot more complicated complicated than basically the players being so low paid that they had no choice other than to take this bribe. Some depictions of the black sox scandal also make it seem as though the players were hapless. Louis rubes drawn in by conniving gangsters but really it was the players who I propose this scheme Arnold Gandalf known as chick who played for space space in Pitcher Eddie were the instigators of this plot they reached out gamblers including Joseph Sullivan known as sport in September of Nineteen Nineteen then Gondal and CICOT recruited other players to help them with the fix the time a white sox victory was thought of as pretty much a sure thing the Cincinnati reds leads were champions and their league but the white sox were considered to be the far superior team odds of a white sox win were set at five to one so people who bet that they would lose had the potential for a huge payout as a surprising number of Beth rolled in against the white sox some of them surprisingly large rumors started into spread that something fishy was going on syndicated sportswriter Hugh Fullerton wire to note to all the papers that were printing his work which read quote advise all not to bet on this series ugly rumors afloat early in Game One at tot was pitching for the white sox and he hit reds player Mari Wrath and that was reportedly a signal to better the white sox players. Were going to throw the game as agreed the white. SOX Did lose that game with a score of one to nine. Insiders were immediately suspicious. Some of them had heard rumors of a fix in the works before the game even started white sox manager. William Kid gleason thought the team just had not been in playing the way he'd seen them play all season and that concerned him he went to Comiskey about it and Comiskey went to American League President Ban Johnson but at that point nothing came team of their concerns. The White Sox lost game two as well but then they won game three in that game dickey Kerr was pitching and he was not in on this conspiracy spiracy to throw the series so it's possible that the conspiring players just were not able to perform badly enough to offset his pitching but it's also possible they were trying to send a message to the gamblers because after games one and two they had not received their promise payouts throwing the Games and they wanted their money. The World Series continued continued on from there with the reds winning games four and five and then the white sox winning game six and seven then the reds won the series with game eight winning. Five games to the white SOX is three. I was doing the thing where my husband and I were in the car and I was recapping everything that I had written for this episode and normally it would end in game seven so I kept naming more games that had been won or lost than he was like. How many games were there. It's going to be a best of nine suspicions about the white sox performance had continued all through the World Series Comiskey gleason. Listen and others tied to the White Sox management tried to investigate afterward Comiskey winsome mcclay join who was the state's attorney for Cook County Illinois and as hoines related Comiskey told him that he thought some of his players had job him and his word Comiskey ask for help in figuring that out it was clear that something had happened and and eventually gamblers confirmed to Comiskey that the series had been rigged but he and others in the team's management thought it would be in their best interests to keep things quiet why it they even signed new contracts with players who had been part of the scheme with those players getting raises part of the deal others were not so interested interested in covering up the fix of the Nineteen Nineteen World Series sports journalists saw the same suspicious disparities and how the white sox had been playing during the world series eary's versus how they had been playing during the regular season Hugh Fullerton in particular had a notebook full of suspicious plays that he had kept track of during the Games fullerton published an article in the New York world on December Twelfth Nineteen Nineteen titled Big League Baseball Being Run for gamblers with ballplayers in on the deal the next day Collier's. I published an article by Frank O. Klein stating that White Sox Catcher Ray Schalk had named several teammates who would not be part of the nineteen twenty season implying that it was because they had thrown the world series the players he named pitchers Claude Lefty Williams and Eddie Sakata First Baseman Chick Gondal infielder Fred mcmullin shortstop Charles Sweden's Berg and outfielders Oscar happy fell and Joe Jackson. That's also known as shoeless Joe. You might think these allegations would have immediately ended the players careers but they did not most return to the field. During the nineteen twenty season thin with many of those same players named inclines articles allegedly continuing to fix games this was to the immense frustration of their teammates who were not got in on this fixed who made comments to the press about how the dirty players weren't trying or we're actively working against the players who were actually trying to win. In in August of nineteen twenty the white Sox were first in the league and seemed poised to win the pennant but suddenly lost seven games in a row three were against the Boston in red. SOx which before that point was in fifth place and while it is totally possible for a great team to suddenly hit a losing streak multiple players who weren't implicated in the nineteen nineteen fix were convinced that their teammates were once again throwing games after one of the Boston Games pitcher dickey Kerr had a heated encounter with buck weaver and Sweden Berg telling them quote. If you told me you wanted to lose this game I could have done it a lot easier but eventually even though there had been no consequences before at this point the nineteen nineteen world series fixed did lead eight members of the Chicago White Sox to be banned from Major League Baseball for life. We will talk more about that. After a sponsor break. 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You listen to season to a family secrets on apple podcasts the iheartradio APP wherever you get your podcasts uh in September of nineteen twenty a grand jury investigation and Cook County Illinois was looking into allegations of a potentially fixed game game between the Chicago cubs and the Philadelphia phillies which had been played the month before American League President Ban Johnson encouraged presiding judge Charles a McDonald all to include the allegations of fix in the nineteen nineteen world series to this investigation and soon that was the grand juries primary focus grand jury proceedings these are generally kept secret in the United States but in this case they were not newspapers carried reports detailing exactly what was going on some of which included looted word for word testimony and as word spread that baseball players were confessing to having taken a bribe to throw the world series. The general public felt deeply betrayed trade. There was the possibly apocryphal exchange with Joe Jackson outside the courthouse when someone described as a newsboy a reporter or random child depending on the version Erzen of the story you hear plaintively said quote say it ain't so joe a few years later. F Scott Fitzgerald included a fictionalized version of Arnold Rothstein who is is believed to have financed this whole scheme in the great gatsby in Gatsby. He's words he played with the faith of fifty million people on September Twenty Eighth Nineteen Twenty eight players were indicted for conspiring to defraud the public and injure the business of Charles Comiskey and the American league. They were the same players who had been named in Collier's. I back in Nineteen nineteen along with the addition of George Weaver known as buck who played third base weaver maintained his innocence innocence for the rest of his life saying he had not taken any money and had played his best during the series Cica Williams Jackson and fell sh- all admitted to the grand jury that they had taken the bribe Jackson's testimony included that he had been promised twenty thousand dollars but hit only gotten five thousand the four confessing players also implicated the others in their testimony but they didn't admit to actually throwing the game once the bribe had been taken lefty. Williams also named several gamblers who we're involved some of whom were also indicted but then the nineteen twenty election disrupted these proceedings with Republicans ousting Democrats in Illinois and much of the rest of the country the new prosecutors taking over at the Cook County State's Attorney's Office found that the case that they were inheriting from the previous administration needed a lot a lot of work. The previous prosecutors had been relying on the players who had confessed to turn states evidence so they had not really built much of a case beyond that by this point those players had secured legal representation and they clearly had no intention of testifying against their teammates as this was happening former federal judge. Kennesaw Kennesaw Mountain Landis was appointed as the first commissioner of baseball he took office on December Twelfth Nineteen Twenty replacing the three-man national commission that had governed governed major league baseball previously he was appointed to in the words of National League President John Hayden quote rule with an iron hand prosecutors. I hope to delay the trial to allow them some more time to build a better case than the one that they had inherited but in February of one thousand nine hundred ninety one judge William e Denver Denver denied a motion to postpone and said a very speedy trial date instead the state's attorney's office didn't feel like the case was winnable in the time that they had to pull pull it altogether so state's attorney Robert e Crow dropped all the charges but then they impaneled a new grand jury reindicted all the original defendants plus five more gamblers flers. The prosecution had an interesting challenge ahead of it in Illinois at the time. If two parties planned to commit an unlawful act that was enough to support a charge of conspiracy Chrissy it did not matter whether they had actually carried out their plan and the unlawful act itself was a different charge so if two people conspire to kidnap someone for for example they could still be charged with conspiracy regardless of whether they actually did it if they did. The kidnapping itself would be considered a separate crime so that aspect effective. Illinois law was helpful to the prosecution because like we talked about at the top of the show. It's really difficult to prove that eight players really lost some baseball games on the purpose. The ones who had confessed had confessed only taking the bribe not to throw in the Games and you can come up with all kinds of reasons to explain somebody's poor performance in a baseball game but the situation was still complicated because a conspiracy is a plan to commit an unlawful act and at the time there wasn't anything thing unlawful about losing a baseball game on purpose. That's why the indictments were framed as a matter of fraud and injury to the business of the team's owner and the League league but even this was on kind of shaking legal ground there was another game fixing case in California that had been thrown out of court when prosecutors tried to make a similar argument. These were not the only challenges that the prosecutors were facing hearsay evidence was admissible before the grand jury but not in a criminal trial and a a lot of the testimony given before the grand jury was hearsay. Also most of the people involved who weren't ballplayers didn't live in Illinois and some of them just didn't bother they're to show up for court of the indicted gamblers the only ones to stand trial where Carl's ORC David Seltzer and Ben and Lew Levy. I read various amusing zing accounts of when you have someone who is a criminal who live somewhere else and you want them to come to court in another state. They had some challenges trying to make that happen. In the end. The prosecutors star witness was Bill Burns also known as sleepy bill who was a former major league pitcher who had gone into the oil business he and Billy Muhammad had served as go-betweens between the players and the gangsters who were financing this whole scheme. The most famous of these financiers was Arnold Rothstein Austin who we mentioned earlier but he was not indicted or tried in connection to this plot a lot of people think he was like the major source of money for all this not the thing that was conclusively proven the trial started in June of nineteen twenty one before a jury of white men who said they were not baseball fans and in the end after after deliberating for less than three hours taking one vote they found all the defendants not guilty on all counts. There are a lot of accounts that say that this this was because all of the evidence was stolen ahead of the trial so that there was nothing to go on and the original transcriptions of the grand jury testimony were stolen Poland but these were transcriptions that had been made from shorthand notes that were kept during the proceedings. Those notes still existed so they were just retranscribed trial. Nobody seemed to have any doubt about whether the second round of transcriptions was accurate or valid the defense did not raise any questions about whether they were her as part of their defense. The prosecution was shocked at this outcome and so were a lot of other people. There's been a lot of speculation into why the jury reached each the verdict that they did after all four of the players had confessed to taking the bribe and Bill Burns and Billy Mahar had made confessions on the Gambler side. Those confessions were read at the trial however because hearsay evidence wasn't admissible the transcripts had to be edited to remove references to things that other people people had said those names were replaced with Mr Blank and this rendered the transcribed testimony both confusing and frankly boring the case against the players players also rested on the idea that their actions in the nineteen nineteen world series harmed the business of Charles Comiskey and of their league but White Sox this club Secretary Harry grabner testified that the team's revenues had actually gone up in one thousand nine hundred twenty. It's possible that the mostly blue collar jury sympathized with the mostly blue collar players. Joe Jackson for example didn't know how to read or write and he started working in a textile mill in his early teens. There's also been some speculation that this was a case of jury nullification which is basically win. A jury returns a not guilty verdict in spite of believing the defendant to be guilty because 'cause they believed that the law was unjust or immoral or otherwise to send some kind of moral in or emotional message about the case but also in the words of one anonymous Juror Juror quote. We thought the state presented a week case it was dependent on Bill Burns and Burns did not make a favorable impression on us but Major League Baseball and the White Sox doc specifically didn't really care that they had been found not guilty comiskey suspended seven of the players indefinitely after the verdict to read Eddie Cicada had already been suspended over a pay dispute then then Kennesaw Mountain Landis banned all eight men from Major League Baseball for life in his words quote regardless list of the verdict of juries no player that throws a ball game no player that entertains proposes or promises to throw a game no player that sits in conference with a bunch of crooked players and gamblers where the ways and means of throwing games are disgust and does not promptly tell his club about it will ever play professional baseball this last bit tracy just read was his reason for denying buck weaver's repeated requests to be reinstated although weaver maintained that he had taken no money any and played fairly he had known about the fix and he hadn't spoken up. Landes a lifetime ban of the players circled back around to that idea of baseball. Ah something that was uniquely important to American culture and Landis his words quote baseball is something more than a game to an American boy it is his training winning field for life work destroy his faith in it squareness and honesty and you have destroyed something more you have planted suspicion of of all things in his heart which to me means this was as much about protecting the sport of baseball as it was to protecting men's feelings this same sentiment was echoed in other writing as well as printed in the St Louis Globe Democrat quote if Judge Landis can keep the game baseball on a High Plain of sports ethics he will do far more for the boys of America than he has ever done or can ever do on the federal bench nor could he do more for the country three as a whole because the standard of integrity of the boy becomes also his standard as a citizen meanwhile much of the news coverage of the scandal and the trial and its it's aftermath tried to place the blame on this for outsiders specifically Jewish people in emigrants this once again reinforced the idea that baseball was live in quotation marks pure or at least it would have been if not for this outsider influence after their lifetime ban from the sport several of the eight players players tried to clear their names or filed civil suits many of them claiming that they were owed back pay under the terms of their contracts with the white sox this included Joe Jackson whose case came to trial in Milwaukee in nineteen twenty four during the trial. He repeatedly denied that he had given the grand jury testimony that he was on record as having given in spite of that over and over. I didn't say that in front of the grand jury even though it's right there in the transcript the jury found in his favor they awarded him more than sixteen thousand dollars dollars and the foreman later explained that this was because white socks management had known about the fixing scheme when it signed the contract with him therefore therefore it had no grounds to back out of the deal over at later the judge though was outraged at this ruling and vacated the settlement and charged Jackson with perjury story of the civil suits that were filed Jackson's was the only one that went to trial in addition to the eight black socks over the next few years Kennesaw Mountain Landis Bandon another ten players for life because of their involvement in gambling he also banned William de Kock's president of the Philadelphia Phillies then in nineteen twenty seven Landis proposed the addition of rules prohibiting gambling to the formal rule book of Major League Baseball. Today this rule twenty one is required to be posted in every clubhouse it prohibits various types of misconduct including gambling under this rule players. UMPIRES club and League officials and other employees. These are ineligible for one year. They bet on a baseball game that they don't have a duty to perform in. If they bet on a game that they do have a duty to perform they are ineligible trouble for life. These and other efforts did not restore baseball to a pristine heyday because that had never really existed but landis his efforts reinforce the idea that there had been and ultimately they made the sport more respectable at least for a time to have one of the articles that I read as I was working on this was from ESPN P. N. And the author talked about how the editor had said. I want you to write an article. That's about like the major moments in baseball spall gambling scandals and the writer was like well. There's kind of a problem with that. It's basically two broad periods. 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Zeke's future, Pats team changes, Baker + OBJ, Luck retires

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Zeke's future, Pats team changes, Baker + OBJ, Luck retires

"Hi good morning and welcome to first things first some general that guy wrote over there the hall of fame cris carter this. This is nick right. We got a great show for you today. Baker mayfield just got a big boost from o._b. J. boost availability. Tom brady just lost lost another huge piece on offense dr with fall out as the dallas cowboys inch their way closer to the start of the season they do so without ezekiel elliott hit their star stood. All everything running back still waiting for his new deal haven't heard much from zeke of late but yesterday article came out from an interview back in july before his holdout began where he said this. I love playing for the dallas cowboys. I love the organization my teammates. I do wanna be a cowboy for the rest rest of my life and hopefully that is a possibility but even emmett smith. The greatest running back ever ended up going to play a couple of years for another organization tation so it's just the nature of the game but i wanna be a dallas cowboy for as long as i can see given that you think zeke still feels this sway more than a month after making those comments yeah absolutely i think he he's strong in. This conviction is far as these outplayed his contract. Even though he's a top five five pick he wants to reset the market for running backs. He believes that running backs have been disregarded undervalue and the last several years you have seen with him todd gurley and saquon last year as far as the giants. If you happy featured running back he is worth the money he's worth that type of draft pick but but he's got the right perspective even evans smith had to go somewhere at the end of his career a lot of players do and now the ever changing with the salary cap with the money available but it would be great for him if he had the brand of playing for the ohio state and then plan for the dallas cowboys and called it a career. He make a lot of money off. Do just knows branding power of those two institutions ohio state being one of the most popular college football brands and of course the dallas cowboys. Alba's won't be in one of the most popular brands in sports around the world of course yes. That's what he'd like to do but the reality is ultimately. You probably have to go somewhere else. If you're going to have a long career typically is going to happen at the end but right now. He should want to be a dallas cowboy. It's great. They have a great venue to build play their games. You got a good young roster. They got a quarterback. That really really needs him so the fit is more there than any other place that i believe that you'll be able to be we have all these stores in the league and a really good young offensive line that he could grow with and play with throughout his career. You're not gonna find a better for running back back offense of line situation and ownership situation. I would imagine then the dallas cowboys especially running back who a couple of times already has shown up in roger goodell's office. Jerry jones does these these tough contract. Negotiations notwithstanding goes to the wall for his players once they are in the fold. He's already shown that with zeke peak helps said he was with the league ones did get suspended the cowboys taking no punitive action against zeke at from a team perspective once he got out of the kind of wiggled his way out of the the latest fracas from this summer. So of course this makes sense and the question is how long is zeke really realistically think. He's gonna play he he would. I would imagine imagine right now. There are trying to negotiate a four year contract extension that would take him through his ninth n._f._l. Season so we talked about year ten if he gets this contract done before he would be a free agent and while i understand and i remember ed playing those two years i believe for the arizona cardinals emmett didn't have half to finish his crew somewhere else he did because he played even by older school standards a ridiculously long time he was already the n._f._l.'s all time rushing leader and then decided i wanna keep going more and more power to them for doing that but there's it's not as if emmett was forced out of dallas early emmett head was was no longer the player he once was but still had something left and said if i can keep playing football. I'm gonna keep playing football as long as i possibly can so i get why zeke would want to do this and and in this interview without saying it i think he is saying it. He's acknowledging. Some of the points. Stephen and jerry have made which is there are some benefits to being a dallas cowboy spa particularly being a lifelong dallas cowboy that other franchises can offer you. It's why chris talks all the time troy amit and michael irvin all still make their homes in dallas that the cachet of that organization and being considered a lifelong cowboy even if the into your career. Are you catch on somewhere else like nobody cares the jerry rice played for the seahawks and the raiders and think of him as a san francisco. Nobody thinks of chris carter's anything other than the eagle briefly in the beginning but a viking people think viking even though you played moment with the dolphins with that new helmet every workout but nobody in so you see who became akeem olajuwon play for the rockets not the raptors even though technically he did so the the the last couple of years of notwithstanding i do believe zeke wants to be a dallas cowboy through the prime and after the prime of his career and i think that's what he's community knows what the dallas cowboys offer him as far as a home for the next couple of years but i'm sure jerry jones also knows when he gets from zeke. This is as we call him a once in a lifetime running back in one of these really really great athletes who you know was going to deliver who you know has been a winner enter for you. How much is this jerry's pride. He knows football. You talk about how much he knows the game. He knows how much he needs him. Is there a little bit of pride that sort of working its way in here. Well i think you you don't become a multi billionaire without some type of pry but jerry to tell you. I love the game at the beginning today. In the end of the game. He loves football. It's been part tired of his blood for a long long time and he feels like he understands football but one the-in stands is the product and the product. He's got out there on the field. He realized the best player player is still in mexico and their chance they wanted to the hostal embargo trophy. They have no chances without ezekiel. Jerry knows then he hadn't expressed that verbally but but he knows that so i believe that a deal will get worked out because jerry but jerry is a tough tough negotiator and he's willing to stare down anyone anyone and that's what they're going to have a showdown stare down there in dallas and real quick. I wanna revisit something you said yesterday. You put basically one week from. I'm today as the drop dead date for this to get done for zeke to be able to play week one correct that it's not done by tuesday of the first week of the season he wouldn't be able to play week one gin and i were discussing this before. The show can use explain to the audience again. Y you think even that position. A running back couldn't sign on a thursday night and play that hat sunday well from a game plan standpoint. They're putting into game plan on sunday. They're gonna turn down the roster sunday sunday afternoon. I think the league mandate is that day and then you start to get your practice squad and you really start trying to concentrate. How can we win. This first game which happens to be a divisional game are defensive line is shorthanded. How can i put together a game plan for those sixty. Five offensive plays and you can only put in place the players that are there. You can't have the coaches on the sunday say we're getting replayed giants. It's a week from today and let's put in twenty five plays for ezekiel elliott. Are you crazy. You are wasting time. You have to put in stuff that you know the next day day because typically you have an off day which is typically tuesday but on that first week of the season man that ain't no off day like going into work on that day and they put the game plan in and they revealed a whole game plan on wednesday. You get the big days a week. Big big days of the work week wednesday and thursday tidied up on friday and it's forty eight hours from kickoff. It's time to get ready and if the player is not there regardless of how much they want him and miss him. You won't have a game plan has the coaching staff distracted and the team would immediately see when they installed it while they were not prepared for ezekiel not to be here all right. Well zeke isn't there. It's tony pollard or it's alfred morris who will probably get those duties coming up bad news for tom brady and the patriots that's next on first things first in boston accent coming your way on fox. The american dream aris landy laura going toe to toe with ramon alvarez for the super welterweight title catch it all saturday eight eastern five pacific on fox and fox sports half time for us to go viral so after news broke of andrew locks retirement saturday. Things got awkward inside lucas oil stadium. I don't know i like that as fans booed him off the field former colton current jaguars as long snapper met overton got an idea when he saw this. He tweeted to any angry colt season ticket holders who are seeking a refund. I'd be more than happy happy to buy your season tickets off of you and donate them now. This had my partner nick right all kinds of fired warning with matt listen raise. It's a nice sentiment but i feel like overton might have bitten off a bit more than he can chew here because of the word any he didn't say a cold season ticket holder. What do you think this he. He makes nine hundred grand this year. I looked he's made four million in his n._f._l. Career what season tickets eight hundred bucks a ticket ten games jared one thousand dollars if three hundred other people take them up on this. He's basically playing for free this year after taxes like what matt overton maybe walk that one back just it's a nice sentiment but i don't think you can follow all through on it. He said he was watching morning t._v. And people say dumb stuff all the time. Yeah you say no can we won't follow up on it like no. No it won't follow through on it so oh no he's not gonna come straight jacksonville and the long snapper what about all those jackson and he's going to be on the field a lot long snapper in jacksonville. That is a work intensive position stories to start your morning this morning. Julio jones asked promise is getting paid. The falcons can star receiver said he wouldn't hold out this season because team owner arthur blank promise they'd get a deal don and now blank is holding true to that saying to deal with julio will be done before week one see. How important is it for the falcons to get this done. They're going to get it done. I talked to julio a few weeks ago. At the hall of fame game mattie ice. They're ready before the season julio patient so it might not be before the first gained but him and mr blank have worked out a little situation but mr blank got got plenty of money. We'll run out of breath before arthur blank runs out of money and this is the ideal player owner relationship where you have a player who the team went out and got if you remember them they traded a bunch can move all the way up into the top five draft who he's been paid early every time he's outplayed his contract every time and now that he has faith. It's gonna get done so he's. He's a huge aged draw in that region not only play high school football close their played his college football. There'd alabama and in atlanta it is s._e._c. crazy about college football all even though they love their falcons so he's a big draw there for mr blaine moving on washington left tackle trent williams remains a hold out and has asked to be traded aided head coach jay gruden very strongly doubts that williams will actually be traded nick. How do you think this plays out. There are few teams across the n._f._l. Maybe most notably the houston and texans that if they haven't called up tried to pry him away. I don't know what they're doing and i don't know what washington is doing being seemingly so obstreperous strivers. If you will about the refusal to trade i wouldn't think of another word. I apologize belligerent. Hey think of another word. I apologize as soon as i ascended. I wanted to pull him back void. Is this hold on a second by his he. This isn't just about money. He thinks that he had a legitimate medical. Misdiagnosis does yes. He's made a bunch of money. He's a proud man and he's saying i will not play for you so i don't think he's gonna lose this staring contest. Take what you can get for trent williams. You'll be happy houston. I talked to my guy peter king. He told me last. Give me an update. <hes> of all the teams he went to houston house called but right now washington is is insisting on. They're not going to trade him. Term wins is insistent anyone who knows him. He's insisted. I'm not playing for washing franchise anymore. Because some of the things you talked about an some of the things in the past all right moving on the cowboys top cornerback byron jones was activated from the pup list and is in line to play week one. John jones has not missed a single game throughout his four n._f._l. Seasons see how important is byron jones to the cowboys defense vitally important to what they're doing. We don't talk about about him enough but especially with their lack of debt on that defensive front their pass coverage guys. They're going to have to be exceptional now. Last year. He got to a phenomenal start. First first half of the season he was playing at a pro level level off. A little bit was but definitely a pro bowl level player and this guy looking for contract extension. Long-term music must needed piece to a very good defense. They have in dallas. It's critical for them that he's out there and it's critical for him. The reasons chris mentioned. He had a year that i think shocked shocked a lot of people last season. Even even a first round pick. He was rated this some buy some services as the best corner and football. I don't think people saw that coming from them and now as as this is as walk year it's a huge season yeah they moved in from safety to cornerback chris richards comes from seattle gets the best out of that talent and we we saw that last year evidently in the games and they believe he's only going to get better. His versatility on in that secondary is needed all right onto the patriots. It's now. They were dealt a blow to their offense yesterday. Senator david andrews might be done for the season because of blood clots andrews has been the patriots starting center in their last three three super bowl appearances so chris. How big of a deal is this injury for. Tom brady and the patriots offense that center position i. It's a huge injury for those who you don't know david andrews. We talked about him a lot on the show and the reason why is because i talked to dante scar naked offensive line coach and he always talked about how important this guy was when offense of line. It's not only step by step heartbeat by heartbeat the most unison that you need <music> a unit to be in on the football field is like dancing and you can't dance unless you unless you know the rhythm of your partners but with tom brady it's been about continuity in two hundred and fifteen of brady's fifty one starts the left tackle matt light and then they sold her and then here of late last year. They lost nate solder to the giants as a free agent agent. Now they've had three straight where they have another left tackle and now they're best offense lineman david andrews. They lose him outside of gronk. He's been the most consistent offensive lineman for the last five years. We know they lost the left. Tackle trent win had to live on brown had to let him go to the raiders for that jain norma salary salary that he got there. He wasn't a natural left tackle. He's gonna play right tackle there with the raiders but i am concerned about tom brady because i remember the first twelve games of the season last year and how tom was timid in the pocket and a lotta times. Tom gave up on the point earlier than i had seen him. Give up on a lot of plays and that was because the question will pass protection but dante scar neck does not get enough credit. They're in new england but whatever they're paying them. It won't won't be enough for the job. He's got to do with that. Patch offense of line because you don't get information like this on basically seven days before we get ready to start start the season and tried to recover. He's a perennial pro bowler thomas comfortable with him so now. What does tom do. Does he have to twenty years start. Calling the protections is war because he doesn't have a lot of experience with the with the center to me. The center is the quarterback of that offensive line and the overall center skills are typically underrated because we are normally only talk about the left tackle on his important and when you talk about the first dozen or so games of the season there was an element and i say this with no intended disrespect respect for tom brady but of chuck and duck in that we had not seen from brady at any point in his career where he was clearly making and i think they were the right decisions but what we would call business decision which is no no no this. I down is not worth potentially this hit. I'm going to take him by the way pardon me. That's one of the huge reasons he's been able to play this high of a level level longer than anyone ever. It is smart. It is the right for him. The absolute right thing to do but we are now tampa fi chris's point in his position addition were brady is going to have his third different left tackle in three years. He is going to have potentially a different center. Who chris has been saying for months. David andrews is talked about on this show more than any show in america combined because of chris's focus on that position he's gonna be without his best offensive linemen and his best blocker also from last year and grunk. Yes yes so you are. You're three most reliable. Blockers trent brown. David andrews rob gronkowski all gone to the trent brown. One day anticipated they knew was coming but they're still going to be relying on isaiah win. Who was the first round pick a year ago has never played in n._f._l. Snap because he popped his achilles in preseason preseason last year whomever they use it tight end is not going to be the blocker gronk was and whomever they use it center is not going to be nearly the player. David andrews is and denver a team that you said you believe in. I think the evidence points to is going to try even with josh gordon transition more to a power running game deep defensive focused attack. You need your line to be able to get that thing going for you. Your brady might be able to deal with the lack of protection because he's so smart. Mardi can see where it's coming. You're running backs cannot and so this to me is a major offensive line health injury health situations the second straight year one of the best dinners and football with a non football issue travis frederick last year with the autoimmune disorder and now this year david andrews with blood clots in your lungs which is a terrifying the situation those three positions that you talked about that. They're losing her probably three to implement the next man out mentality that you can't just plug another guy just because the quarterback is such a risk there right right moving onto the cleveland browns now that we should focus on that more the browns have been without odell beckham junior for nearly three weeks. He's been battling a hip injury oh b._j. Though return to team drills for the first time yesterday hadn't been on the field with baker mayfield and the rest of the starting offense since since august sixth freddie kitchen says both baker and odell will be on top of their game. Come week one but see how much of baker success this season. We'll be tied in to odell depends on odell beckham. I think it's very important freddie. Kitchens and baker had success before odell got you could see last last year jarvis landry. He was affected win. Cue was let go as the head coach hugh jackson when when when when freddie kitchen started they start running the football and they started spreading it around to the other receivers previously before that jarvis landry was targeting to twelve times a game immediately almost cut those in half he was targeted needed only seven times a game so he took a haircut soon as freddie kitchens took over baker we saw him. Having success. Spread the ball around to me. There is not on one of the great wide receiver quarterback combinations to me that it's dependent upon just one guy because there's so many ways to throw the ball to the tight eight ins are viable receivers two running backs out of the backfield. They're going to spray the ball. Even mattie is julio jones. No that quarterback no. He's not gonna make his name offer that he's going to make his name because of his versatility and when they try to take him away you can exploit the defense is but i saw baker without the kid with the blonde ontario now. The kid don't have blonde hair but it's still a superstar so for me. No it's not contingent on o._b. J. being at its best the truth to the matter over the last thirty two games. He's been only available for sixteen of those games. I believe he should be able to enhance the things that baker mayfield does does baker is very good on the quick strike o._b. Jade is very good catching run away from the defense. Both of them have more talent with the unit or playing will than any other time and i know baker just got to the league but for o._b. Jay that's very important in talking with him this off season. He realized he's got a sacrifice some things for the overall team good and went into division getting into the playoffs. His last playoff appearance was not a good one so getting beyond getting back in that position that one of the real goals and i believe it's on the totality of the talent that dorsey has put together there to be able to help him out. No baker's career is not contingent on colby j man. It's easier to find another receiver specially in cleveland right now in the next ten years. Why wouldn't you wanna go to cleveland. If you wanna catch pathways baker i mean the and people need to realise remember baker last year. Set the all time rookie touchdown passing record broke a mark coyle by russell wills when peyton manning so it was pretty meaningful record record those are the two guys that held it and he did it despite not starting the whole season right. I mean he didn't start. It didn't start again until week three or we played in week three and starting week four so we know how talented he is. I also think people need to remember how wildly productive odell has been win. He's been out there. Oh dell's i fifty nine games of his career. Stack up favorably to anyone in the history of the league. Now the problem has been the last couple years to seize point. The availability sad has been that that is the problem. Not the little wayne interviews not the sideline stuff. Those are those are secondary distractions. The problem is all of a sudden out of he came into the league. I think it was an ankle sprain kept out as first four games of his career and then he was exceptionally healthy hamstring hamstring the first four games of his career then he was exceptionally healthy and since then he has not been he had the year lost injury last year he was dealing with that quad bruce throughout the season the hit that absolutely and so now this is something much. It's like with carson wentz. You may not the same degree but you cannot disregard you have to include when you're talking about what he will do but if he's out there he will be wildly productive in this their skill set match up perfectly. One thing baker was exceptional at last year was deep passes one thing one freddie kitchens took over. They chucked it deep. They threw the ball deep more than fifteen yards down the field twenty eight percent of the time that led the league. We know dell is a dominant deep threat. He didn't have have the ability to showcase. Its so much last couple years in new york. It was a lot of quick slants where he had to do all the work so i think that that part of his game will get a bit of a resurgence. Yes yes as long as he's out there and that part of the browns offense could be very dynamic. It's early in freddie kitchens career but i wanna watch moving forward like what's going to be his theme. What's going to be the thing that puts the little spark one as i did the game last year in cleveland talking to him privately. I asked him. I said coach. I'm not gonna tell the audience but can can. You give me a little sample of what you're gonna do early. Chris you don't know me we'll but you need to know. I like to throw it throw that thing deep now. He was a quarterback at alabama and that's one thing they didn't let him. I'm do there but he did have that little twinkle in his eye when we started talking about it and then early in the game. I think it was either on the first or second play they. They threw a long pass. I was like okay. Duly noted now watching them. Go forward bruce arians with tampa bay everywhere he's been that's what he's been noted for us. Watch freddie ready as he established himself as a young coach. Are you worried about his availability his durability. I'm always worried about. I take pride in being out there. Don't don't tell me how good you are. Go out there and show me how good you are in in time. You're evaluating players. You have to take something off at the player is not available. Tom brady not only because the winds not only because the comebacks not only because of the super bowl but he's been so consistent and you have to utilize that in measuring players players unconcerned nick always calls him the most talented. I say julio jones the most talented and julio jones is the best in jones has a better track staying staying healthy and he's been more available one defensive odell as far as the availability. He listened e. Nobody anybody would have had their leg broke on the play. You got his late broken. Oh can on a couple of years ago. There's ankle broken that was there is th that's bad luck. That's playing pro football last year. I do wonder if the giants were a playoff team. If the season was going differently if he would have missed that time with the quad injury i wonder how much of that was by the team and by odell something of a hope. It was more severe because that'd be a a person who indictment on himself as a football player he was he available <hes> well. We're in the playoffs. I'm playing did that that that's not a trait that we would like to put with our best football football player. That's fair. The the point that i'm trying to make his he suffered one major injury and his crew was the broken broken ankle and there was nothing he could do about that. He got caught up and got rolled up on. I don't think this preseason injury necessarily add much. The list of the injury woes with him. We'll play sixteen games. This is the way injuries go jenner. You liked the player. Typically injuries aren't a big deal carson wentz. We like him. <hes> you know something and they got a little bumpier something a little bad luck here. He ran in the two people at the goal. Oh line shattered isn't he. Oh if you like nick right. I'm not a big deal. I don't necessarily like that consistencies the broken. What's it gonna do about the broken leg. Are the colts toby set. That's what you said that is true. Kiss me on my right. The first things first head coach former head coach eric mangini coach good morning. They both employed you the non employee doing like half a sentence coach. We call coach great to have you here. Good morning and we'll start talking to the rams. Let's talk about man. That's it's been a high octane. Offensive show under head coach sean mcvay in fact in his first two seasons. No team has scored more points. The rams and only the patriots have more wins but what about that dreaded super bowl hangover after their loss to new england while mcveigh's not hung over says this is the last he's ever found going into a season coach. You see the rams making another super bowl run. It's gonna be hard. We talk about this. All the time the ability to deal with success this is one component and our failures one component. The ability to deal with success is another component and sometimes you get caught up with the expectation that where you finish is where you get to start but the reality is. It's so much different going into the next season and there's been some turnover there. They've lost two guys on the offensive line. They lost their center and and a guard and then that continuity that they've had in the offensive line is a big part of their offensive success and you lose a guy like john mccain sue and there's two other starters on defense mark barron and lamarcus joyner so there's five guys that were starters that played meaningful roles last year that they have to replace so that also with the fact they've been one of the healthier teams over the last two years which really is an aberration and you can't count on that going the season. It's gonna be interesting to see how this group response to adversity and that was that was a component. We talked about with with the characters that they have <music> as part of the team when it really gets tough. Yes they have been faced. How is that group going to respond. So one thing that i found really interesting. Peter king talked to sean mcvay a and we're we're talked about what he learned from the super bowl preparing for this year and mcvay put so much of the onus on him talked about one particular play super-low six play the game the jared goff they had quarters beat quarters coverage was to have the patriots kind of surprised. I mean playing single high safety. Look for the most part of the year. They came out in quarters orders coverage. They added beat and jerry often see and jared goff threw the ball away and mcveigh puts that on him. I didn't communicate to him. I didn't tell him to attack enough. I didn't tell them to look for this and i understand that and i appreciate that and i think that's the right thing for coach to do taking putting the onus on himself but this season a lot of this is going to come down to jared golf todd gurley we do not believe is going to be at the very least as dynamic because he has been in years past also bella check exposed mcveigh's scheme <unk> at least somewhat in the super bowl to wear other teams are going to try to take from that so what hand jared goff do if he doesn't have one of the two or three best running backs in football football behind him for every snapper nearly every snappy takes. What can he do if sean mcvay all of a sudden goes from being giving you a enormous decided schematic edge ju just a slight schematic edge kanger golf the number one pick of the draft going into year four who is probably feels number. Two pick of the draft got a contract contract extension. He's a number rental playoff game number one pick. I don't have an extension. I've been to the super bowl. What can he do and what can he do against the league's best defenses last year and five games against the the broncos the bears the eagles and then playoffs the cowboys new england jared goff zero touchdowns and seven interceptions. That's a red flag. Jared goff's inability to adjust justin. The super bowl to me is a red flag so i i understand sean mcvay saying it's on it's on me but that's got to be a partnership between mcvay the young star head coach coach and the former number one pick of the draft jared goff when they have success. We can't give him all the credit in the failures in suppo. We can't give him all the bling but he did realized early that he was taken the school. You should know whatever covers they had been playing. If i'm planning to build boats come out of retirement. I'll tell you give me the last four games what what their coverages are and i'm gonna flip but they play seventy five percent cover one cover to the flip it and whatever the coverages they play eight six four two and whatever's at the bottom. I'm expecting that going into the game. I'm expecting them to adjust during the game. I'm expecting to make another adjustment at halftime. That's what bill belichick's that's. That's what he's always done. Learned that from parcells so for me going in. What did you think they were going to do. Of course they were going to change their coverage. That's why bill belichick has been so dominant the last twenty years to me just one thing jared goff if he can improve on his play action pass compared to his regular drawbacks outback's last year led the n._f._l. With two hundred and twenty dropbacks with play action fake second in the league was tom brady at one hundred eighty four but this this is where the rubber meets the road his pass rate and then straight dropbox is twenty points lower than it was with play actually so when he does not play action he is not as good of a quarterback so it lets you know that todd gurley fake that play action into line of scrimmage those linebackers being deceptive a lot of his success has been todd gurley and the head coach and i talked to peter king last week and he is looking for jared goff fouchane mcveigh's conversation to make a huge who's league this season as they prepare and he believes improve in every area of the passing game coach. Maybe they don't watch his show that they probably should have because we you talked about a week in and week out about what they were going to do and on the west coast minimal tape it because you understood what was going to happen going to the super bowl. They were gonna take away your best pitch and they were going to force you to play left handed. That's not new and it's a really good point about dropback passing. That's that's that's the component of and we talk about this and meeting rooms all the time if the other team knows you have to pass and you know you have to pass and everybody in the stadium knows knows you have to pass can you can you do it. It can the receivers run routes and get open quarterback. Get him the ball. Can the online hold up in protection and that is the definition nation of of the or that's the difference between a lot of quarterbacks. There are a lot of quarterbacks that with play action when you have that component and the decisions are easier and coverages are cleaner and and there's a an either or they're pretty good but when you're in that that space can you do it and that's something he's got approve approve and he's got to prove that without two very important members of the offensive line who've given him continuity instability and he's got to prove that knowing we don't really know which todd girlies gonna show up he had todd gurley to rely on and you don't know really which todd gurley so between whatever the plan is after the patriots exposed their scheme last year whatever their brandy is when they're not just throwing it down the field and not knowing what you get and todd gurley. I think that's a big question well in coach to circle back to what you start with about doing with failures one thing dealing with successes and other other. I wonder how jared goff individually views last season because obviously during the regular season it was enormous success during the playoffs. It wasn't just the super bowl where jared goff struggled doubled over the course of the play offs as a whole had fifty six percent completions threw one touchdown two picks and a seventy two rating. He had the one really i thought truly impressive drive on the road in new orleans to get them in field goal range after the controversial non call to force overtime but aside from that jared goff was not force multiplier supplier in that playoff run and i think a lot of that did have to do jenna with that todd gurley wasn't throughout that playoff run the todd gurley who every defense had to stop first second and third on that team and so when things weren't perfect when cooper cup went out and he was a different player when todd gurley was not one hundred percent he was a different employer when sean mcvay isn't out coaching the other coach. He's a different player. This jared goff is picked to be a game manager. He was picked to be one of your force. Multipliers lawyers and that to me is what will determine if the rams can get close to back to the level. They were last year right and you're not a force multiplier. If you need another force multiplier to make you to be in that position all right. We'll take a break coach. Stick around coming up. Zeke spoke sort of will he be a cowboy for life this next verse coachman genie. We're talking cowboys their star running back ezekiel elliott's to wait for his new deal haven't heard much from zeke of leap but yesterday in article came out from an interview back in july before his holdout began where he said this. I love playing for the dallas cowboys. I love the organization zeh shin my teammates. I do wanna be a cowboy for the rest of my life and hopefully that's a possibility but even emmett smith. The greatest running back ever ended up going lina play a couple of years for another organization so it's just the nature of the game but i wanna be a dallas cowboy for as long as i can coach you believe zeke's leaks still feels this way more than a month after making those comments yet but it's it's i wanna be dallas award asterik asterik asterik as as long as the highest paid running back in the n._f._l. I mean that's all it is otherwise i'll be at san francisco forty nine or i'll be who you know whoever is willing to pay me <hes> that's where i'll go in any put himself in in very high company with referencing emmett smith and and he feels like he should be treated a certain way and and and that's merited and if that all happens year after year after year he'll be a dallas cowboy otherwise go somewhere else yeah of course just like any other player as far as trying to start in finish your career. It's just not a reality that ninety nine percent of the players the league are going to experience tom. Brady is fighting. Everything and he's the greatest ever done it so we should know. It's the new n._f._l. It's new in sports to think that the team that your hero plays for is going to be the one and only team that he plays no no. It's not that's yesteryear our friend derek jeter. I saw him last month in philly no. We're not going to have athletes like that. It's going to be it's going to get rare and rare for in specially when you come in one of the top paid when you're a top five pig and then now you're trying to reset the market of viscerally they can't afford you when they when when when you when you have salaries like that ultimately it's your skill but also it's a part with the salary and clay. Matthews had some interesting comments this week clay matthews. I think a lot of people associated with the green bay packers they. Maybe people are surprised when they see oh. He's a los angeles ram now and he talked about how he thought he was going to stay with. The packers offered to take a pay cut even when his agent gotta deal offer got an offer from the rams he had his agent. Go back to green bay and say hey. Here's what the rams repay me not that much. You guys wanna match it and they said now we're good. Thanks clay we appreciate. It didn't do anything wrong. They just they had decided to move on so i take your point very well that it is rare in the n._f._l. If you have having long career that you can do it with only one team usually especially if you're not a quarterback quarterbacks are typically able to do that if they're high achievers. We're almost any other position. It is rare that you have one guy we stay with the team his whole career but i do believe that zeke wants to i do believe zeke understands at least for for the rest of this part of my prime. It's going to be hard to find a team with a better offensive line. As long as jerry. Jones is the owner of the cowboys. It's going to be hard to find a team with a more supportive owner. No matter where i go it's going to be hard to find a team with a better brand more ability for me to make money off the field and there's not going to be many if any teams that are more intent intent on trying to put out a championship level team each and every season and he knows he's not going to be in the ownership. Change in dallas might transition from jerry to stephen but that teams not getting sold while you're not going to have to deal with something like that. So of course he'd want to stay with the dallas cowboys and i think he believes if he gets the extension. The coaches talking about that would take him through year nine. Here's a four year extension when he's already got two years left on his contract. He's played three years so how long will running back in today's n._f._l. Especially running back who would have gotten market setting deals twice once as the top five pick once daily once now. How much past year nine realistically would he play so so for all parties. I think it's best that plays with the cowboys as long as possible i think for him on and off the field and obviously for the cowboys to have any realistic shot this season at winning that division over philadelphia they have to have ezekiel elliott for a minimum of fourteen games. If not the full sixteen i remember when i went to visit my brother and his office warning. We had one of his early jobs and his name was screwed in to the wall and then when i got my first job in my office in the n._f._l. Mine was one that slid out. That's the reality. All the lockers have name tags at slide in and out and that's what you sign up for when you get in the n._f._l. And your point about the ownership and the cachet the cowboys i think that's that's part of zeke's consideration but it's really just gonna come down to who will pay me the most money and the idea that this is gonna take him through the end of his career contracts like that for players either anymore that that dynamic is changing. The four year contract has become a two year your contract because once you get past that you're to the market's been reset so much that really good players are saying well. Wait a second. I'm not playing for this and that signing bonus. You paid me well. That doesn't really matter that was just that was money that you gave me initially. This is what i'm earning this n._f._l. Owners are just like any other business. Owners is operatives. How can i get the same kind of labor or maybe i'll take a little bit less a lot less money so ultimately you eight nine year veteran veteran and your salary has reached a certain point. How can i replace some of that productivity. Even when they talk they start making up stuff james connor jalen samuel they replaced it productivity in pittsburgh yeah but it was about the money that's all it was about not that they weren't happy with the player so it becomes tougher and tougher for even with the salaries the way they are increasing the bill. Stay with the team long c- can be confident in his holdout knowing the cowboys have in his place. The cowboys aren't gonna how successful can be with a combination of pollard and morris taking them with dak prescott as far as they can yeah that's one part of the equation but you also need need to know who you're getting into a fight with and when you get into a fight with a guy like jerry jerry jones has he's not going to be pushed around. He's not gonna be he's going to be put into a situation where he looks badly or the organization has to compromise long into the future expensive losing game look sometimes sometimes you gotta take you stand. It and it's not just for this deal. It's for all the deals that are gonna happen moving forward because once you open that door then everybody the follows that game plan until you show that you can stop what they're doing real quick something chris. The last couple of days is that even if zeke gets a deal done before the first game of the season. There's a point in next week where it would be too late for him to play week one. I'm curious if you agree with that chris things around tuesday if it's not done by a week before afford today signed for example thursday night before the game sunday that it'd be very difficult to get him in there in the week one game plan what i would think he'd get. I'm caught up mentally physically when you put a guy in a position to perform at the level. He's gonna have to perform at would that intensive. We won when he hasn't had any exposure could you could you put him in the game yeah now what type of risk taking for him to pull something then you lose them and chris would have a much better understanding of that from from a physical perspective taking a real chance organizationally all right we gotta take a break koczela later coming up aaron rodgers chiming in on andrew lock sudden retirement next thumper since i first things first goal viral big ben made his preseason debut sunday night in tennessee and hooked up with juju for a touchdown but it was a special moment before the gain that caught a lot of people's attention checkout ryan shazier playing catch helping the squad warm up just two years ago. There were out he'd ever walk again. See nice to see this is and not a good site for me. I watched him play high school football there in south florida then he goes ohio state all american. They're high draft. Pick goes to the pittsburgh steelers known for their linebackers legendary and no not not good for me. This is not a game that i expect to be limping from let alone. Being partially paralyzed is on the field. I remember him as a key that i that i saw i. The only point i'll make is that i totally understand what you're saying. Which is last awesome. We saw him on the field. He was maybe on the way to winning defensive player of the year but then we saw a nine months later and it was a shock that he could barely ah with assistance get across the stage at the n._f._l. Draft this to me. It was it was great in this regard he even football's done he can it now would appear live a relatively normal healthy life and that was really in question that moment when he was carted off the field so the progress there and the way the steelers dealers have kept him within the family and embraced him he's been on the sidelines seems to be some form of coacher system with them either outstanding in that regard all right good stuff. We'll get to aaron. Rodgers comments on andrew luck in just a second but first couple of highlights from last night cfl hamilton tiger cats wide out jalen acklin with a rate adjustment and catch seasons going for bbc. My son plays for bbc up. There are beautiful views of their team not a good view of course. D._v._d.'s got picked all l. y. Receiver ball bouncing his hand on the other side. Not this'll probably a little bit better than the than the one man made in the super bowl the ataman catching the super roles exactly what i was thinking of right there one hundred percent you thought they could get up and keep running i did though i didn't think he got touched more from the n._f._l. Montreal alouette receiver devier posey backwards to make that catch devier posey is solemn in houston when i lived there and he got for the texans see soul him before that when he played his college football at the ohio state from cincinnati ohio all american receiver in high school big time recruit their hydrophobic an n._f._l. Didn't work out there also also he led toronto to great cup championship a couple years ago at raiders practice hard knocks star hunter renfro shaken the defender stretching out. This is usually more seasoning than mine but i i'm sorry production staff. How's this make the show because this ain't no real big play away just because we like hunter renfro because gentle <unk> hard knocks yeah because he was a star clemson catch understated okay true. You're known that's all true just little just a little coach's son. He's great finally high school football in virginia benedict in prep the quarterback jay wolfe book with incredible thirty nine yard touchdown run capes on chuck and a great play his high school kid. I love the high school highlights right to the sideline. The kind of the shakey footage i love it. Man is great made six people missing. This play might play college. Football at marshall has one offer. Oh very nice on saturday resume on saturday. Andrew luck shocked the sports world by announcing bouncing his retirement from the n._f._l. At age twenty nine many around the league chimed in voice support for looks decision. Aaron rodgers was asked how he felt about the colts fans booing. Look an aaron rodgers didn't hold back take a listen. I thought it was pretty disgusting. Ah he's making a really tough decision and even before that you know he makes the decision. I don't know why that doesn't stay in house to kind of protect protect them a little bit. Although when i think about it i thought it would have been you know more of a standing ovation type thing and thank you than than booze but but i said scorning i one hundred percent respect him immensely for his decision. I salute them for <hes> <hes> choosing quality life. He's a fantastic player. He had a great career and he's got a lot to be proud of what he went through to get him back on. The field is is what it means to be a leader and i'm excited for him. I think what he did is actually very selfless. Not selfish strong words by andrew lucked their sea seated the colts do enough to support andrew lock during his seven years there in indy no the reason why we have the fans booming is because their lack of support for andrew luck. They knocked football out of them. He said he had gone through a cycle of four years. Ears injury rehab surgeries how many painkillers you think he knew how many sleepless nights you think he had near how many times you thinking king question you know something. I don't know if i'm cut out to play football so him making his announcement is not the first time he thought about quitting football. He thought about it before. He made a comeback from the shoulder injury. He didn't think he was going to be able to play in the now to have an injury that thought it was something minor. You're in for it to build a turn into something major. No they didn't support him. You have potentially the first or second most talented player you've ever had in the organization. Shen outside of peyton manning peyton manning had some type of discomfort with his neck. It didn't come from them not protecting them them. Having a bad the system no it just came from the wear and tear of playing the game and throwing the football andrew luck's came from me getting hit by them by not putting wouldn't any resources in front of me to keep them from hitting me and that's the reason why andrew luck won the brightest kids we've ever had play and n._f._l. That's why we have him ending his career before he gets to his thirtieth birthday much like after kevin durant injury. We've talked about well who's to blame who shares here's the blame and it was a lot of people were involved. There's a lot of people that are guilty of andrew. Luck's career ending the way indian it is a great comparison with kevin durant but but the thing about kevin durant at the end kevin durant said no it wasn't organization's fault. It was all in my hands. I had the information. It was was all my fault. I guarantee you. Andrew luck will not be saying the same thing well and even even if he does it won't be true he he's he takes the high road so often that i don't think he's gonna the he went seven years. I've ever throwing anyone under the bus but i talked a lot about how i think. Having a great offense of line in this league can sometimes be overrated berated but having an awful offense of line can ruin everything and that's what luck had repeatedly really every replayed until this past season and we saw saw what he was able to do this past season once he got fully healthy it was he's one of ten quarterbacks in n._f._l. History who start at least fifty games and never had a season with the top ten rush offense. There's one other name on that list that jumps out at you guys like tim couch and john kitten and david car a lot of pedestrian names for the non pedestrian naming lists listen dan marino and dan marino also has something in common with andrew luck in this regard you look at him as talented as anyone who's ever played but disappointed in this regard made the super bowl near to never made it back like it wasn't just a lack of offense flyers. Lack of running game was early career black of defense. It was the lack of continuity the head coach position. It was so many things where it took it takes barring one awful terrible career ending injury it takes and it takes a village. If you will to ruin a career of andrew luck's a can't be one person. It can't just be one mistake. It's year after year mistakes. It's your if your your mismanagement. The one thing we haven't talked about in this regard and it's one of the reasons i thought of kevin durant is what about the training staff. What about the misdiagnosis or four slow diagnosis of the shoulder injury what about luck having to travel to europe to have procedures done. What about if this calf strain back in march could have been dealt dealt with better earlier to where he didn't feel like i'm on this cycle again of pain. Rehab injury at any point could someone of for lack of better term qatar. Is this wound to where he did get back out there. He did realize remember how fun it is to play on a good team under frank reich where he doesn't have to do everything and can get past this moment of his career to have a second consecutive healthy season. That's a to me will be one of the great what ifs in modern sports history you agree with that that there should be blamed placed on the training staff. Has anyone looked into it. The only thing that that i would say to debate that point is the andrew look took a lot of blame for the first rehab said he did things wrong. He took so loud. I push myself when i should have been resting and and they might have advised them to do something else he he he took the other route from a rehab standpoint but collectively from a management standpoint. I don't know where ryan grigson is today but he can't be fill in good. I tried to reach out the coach begun. I know coach coach. Pagano tried to protect andrew and tried to put an assistant were he would get rid of the football but the players they put in front of andrew luck from two thousand twelve to two thousand seventeen. He was hitting more than any other quarterback back in the league. Now somebody's got to take blame for that and andrew. I mean i know he's got his degree from stanford. They don't have dumb guys at stanford so for me. He can only take a a small part of that blame trying to win games and hold onto the football so collectively the medical staff. I would be if i owned the team. I will be looking at the medical staff yep. I've already looked at grigson in determine his fate by bringing ballard over to my new general manager but the end the other element is when you take almost even a broader look at this the indianapolis colts were shockingly fortunate that they were just absolutely awful. Maybe the two best years in the last thirty to be absolutely awful. They were just terrible the yearbook after being mediocre the prior season the year before peyton manning comes back by the way peyton manning could have come out a year earlier earlier and didn't and then andrew luck the next generational talent. He could've come out a year earlier. In the panthers had the pick he didn't. They were just awful. The year they need to to to get those two guys and have one super bowl victory and two appearances total shocking when you have almost twenty five uninterrupted years of manning to look colin coward actually made an interesting point about that said you know tom brady came into the league with great coach and a great team went all the pieces already fit fit into place and he just had to go play you know andrew lucked comes into league with a disastrous team where he had to really patch it and make go imagine what he would be aware he would be today if he had that so much of it is depending on where you go back to the drawing. Thank you for listening to the first things first podcast. Remember leave us review and tell us what you think. Subscribe to the podcast on apple podcasts and catches on f s one monday through friday six thirty a._m. Easter for chris carter nick right. I'm jenna wolfe song.

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It made me laugh so hard that he had six. Daytime Emmys for children's shows and there are local It just made me laugh half and I just kept listening to it and listen I repeat it repeat it. There's a laugh and I just thought all right. Well it's thirty eight seconds or just GonNa play for you guys again because it the what made me laugh is how he was explaining where where why one hundred was and they just fizzled out the end. But you got it Max Patta Outta the raisin. I come here is to inspire people. Having a tough time getting out of bed of the bulletin and I am it titillated by your midday television. Miami angry at work itself learning. I worked what why had rigged Fort Lauderdale Abihu the poll booth and I'm GonNa tell you something. I happen to be personal friends with a tab. Kelly that bad has six day tabby awards from local programming in San Diego as a heart and a half but he wants to raise those kids because the parents subtype sadly aren't Aratu Duke. Search steam good. And where was that in Fort Lauderdale. We're supposed to now. Are we supposed to know. Let me here just post out on his blood love to start from the top end fort. Lauderdale heard afford blue okay. Let's see what can hear cost of Miami raising fears to inspire people. Having a tough time. Getting out of bed of the bullet I am it titillated value midday television Miami Ami I work at South Learning I walk number. One Live one hundred Fort Lauderdale Miami booth on a Palm Beach. Fort Lauderdale prohibition sorry about that it just love the nuance of running out. Can't get through with I. Guess that's what comedy is right like who you would never write dad. You wouldn't print. Yeah that's sort of it or the genius or the whatever of it. That's what kind of separates us from the animals or the Roomba vacuum cleaners or something where it's like. I would never think that just I would shoot out six cities or four cities. But I wouldn't run out of steam on the fourth one and just move move forward shotgun. Tom Bahasa legend Shotgun town hall. Tamie should be. He's the one who says to listen to your automobile Or is it it just me or did he use the work at ninety one corner K.. Earth Yeah all right sandy or that kind of not really. It's like a mix of unit cowboy hat and the Jewish hat. It's like the ferrall artist. Half maybe a little bit of a mountie buffalo at a little bit of a mountie hat to it He is a two time emmy billboard air personality the year and has a star on the walk of fame. I remember most about about shotgun. Tom Kelly is. He had a replica of the tonight. Show sat in his garage in San Diego and he used to tell me the the Johnny Carson One and he used to say come out to San Diego. We'll like like sit in the garage. Have a beer. We'll sit on a replica. Set of the and that would be fine if I look. I said this. It's just a make a wish foundation sort of thing and and I was nine and it was the sixties you know what I mean but I'm rich and I got a bunch of Paul Newman race cars. And then Jay's he's got the actual set where we watch movies and I wasn't. I've never do she but as Eric. That's pitching me this in the van. Nuys Sherman folks area. We might have a shot but going down to San Diego. Now this is your Craig kilborn moment. What what did he say to you about basketball? Gary shandling somebody somebody famous. You invite dismissed you know. It was an absurd request. I was on. I got into an elevator with Craig. Kilborn Ferguson is going to be in here learn. Well we'll talk about that but I I used to do his show all the time these shows were you have to realize allies. How short the list was? We're looking at a set of the tonight. Show Shotgun Tom. That's in his garage garage. Okay except except so i. I was on a super short list of of guys. Because you do Craig Ferguson. The show or you do politically incorrect. As as I've told you it's a nightly show and you need multiple gas and I it's like booking booking that's a bit and and I lived in up in Hollywood hills and love line was in culver city and I would literally drive past asked where they I mean. I wouldn't take that route but but it was literally right in the middle of between my house and Love Line Studio. CB We ask was like smack DAB in the middle of those two places and they both. They both taped at like. I don't know six thirty. Seven o'clock something like that politically incorrect in the same building as Ferguson Right. I don't know on the same floor couple of doors down or whatever it was and of course it was a constant. Then thing of I'd get the phone call on Sunday night like from the producer on him and we had someone drop A. Can you stop in and also because I delivered like I was showed up I was ready. Pretty good. Energy made people laugh good gas and so frequently would do Craig kilborn show and I frequently would do and my feeling was. I'm never out of town or anything because it's always just a couple hours where I have to go to work and I'm going down the hill anyway and so instead instead of leaving my house at nine fifteen leave at six six fifteen and I'll come to your show and I would do it. And so then kilborn show a whole bunch of times and at at some point like we're in the and it's funny because everyone describes the guy's a dish and it is it SORTA. Dj Callan hot ones like say perfect capsule of new. She knits and also there is no do snow globe. It's a fucking village. It's a way of life. It's not just a little Diorama. Tom Like when somebody gives you this answer. They are a Douche. Well he's only Douche in this department another other department. No no because the people you know that are good guys and Nice S. would never answer this way in an elevator and I'm doing a show for the sixty six time and I said you you like basketball right. You play a lot of basketball. And he goes. Yeah I do and I said well you know we get a game going on Saturday over my party house. We call it and Sherman. ERMANNO CTS guy. Nice blue top out there and a nice regulation hoop and cousin sal comes by sometimes Jimmy comes by it's not a star studded affair but just good good. Did some of them better pretty good hoops. There's guys worked for the man show and stuff like that and we have A. We have a good time and just looks at me and he goes. I play basketball. Garry shandling dismissively. I go okay. We don't we have havoc Sarah Silverman and billy crystal them. Don't play with us but we like for guys who like basket. You liked basketball right celebrity mask largest basketball it does he like it clear and I was like okay That you know if you WANNA come by where we're usually there Saturday afternoons. Yeah it now again doesn't do the thing that I'm most confused about in life. It's not the part where you don't show up it's apart we don't feign and a little interest schedule was my biggest argument like when someone would would cancel on love line. They'd go. I gotta get up and jog dog in the morning and go just say you're sick. Say You can't make it. I'm not I'm not gonNA checkup on you. You know what I mean. I'll probably assume you're not sick but you have stomach. Flu came. Come in sorry we'll reschedule. Don't just go not into it and don't feel like leaving. Maybe like at this point crates supposed to go. Oh well there you go. Where where? Where is that? What the address? Yeah let me get address. Then you do that thing that kind of softens this weekend's bad but let me check my schedule schedule and then you get the address and then you throw it away and you never go up. But you don't get a pleasant exchange. I play with Garry shandling okay. So that's what you do the a shotgun Tom. You'll say oh. Of course I go sound off. Tell me all about it but I never never go to San Sandiego hanging out with that shotgun. Let me hear that one more time when here about Shotgun Shelly Palmer roll the whole thing idea. Because I liked the Bombo all doc cub. Here's to inspire people having a tough time getting out of the bulletin and of you fake. I am intimidated by your midday television. Miami Ami I work in south Florida I worked at number one. Why One hundred Fort Lauderdale by Paul Blue Group going to tell you something? I happen to be personal friends with ABC. Kelly at that bad has six day tabby awards from local programming in San Diego. Hey don't opted shows that has a heart and a big hack. But he wants to raise those kids because the parents subtype sadly aren't around to different. Yeah Auburn Up. I'm personal friends was talking to wade. WHO press you? It gets funnier the more you hear the powerball. You have an air check at chuck is he's. He's still around all right sir. Tom Encounter yougottobelieve. A Baby I heard you could use. Nineteen thousand olds and cash in the money music. Medley and I want you to win today. Man I'm telling you it's exciting in a post. That's how it's done. I'm maybe making that trip out the Sandy There's a theory calling jeff from San Diego thoughts about Brian and the mystery backpack. Let me just quickly because this is good broadcasting broadcasting and thirty seconds. Let's just review and set the table you Christie discovers a mystery backpack on your porch yup coming home from working out morning. You realize that the evening before a person who is trying to get into your house not break in your house but use the keys to get in obviously veasley disoriented or drunk or something. Fused confused left the backpack that they're back back back back. Had some information had a computer under and it had some notes had some mail address on it was not the kind of things with junk that you just sort of throw behind a high laptop hard drive. It had a key fob with black car that was parked close to the front of your so you can see probably the car video directly in front of the House. That's the key. FOB controlled the car. So that was a car. That was the backpack that went with the car. Presumably the owner of the car left the backpack the image on the video the fleeting eating image of the face. I saw a glimpse. The face matched the social media. Pictures of this guy with the name in the backpack so we're war about ninety nine and a half percent shirts. The Same Guy Works in the industry lives in the Sherman Oaks area and has not come to retrieve the backpack or the car. Well has not are applied to Messages on twitter facebook. Miss Graham saying hey man I think I have your backpack did you. Did you lose your back. Have it the car. Part is equally vaccine to me. Because I'm not sure who. Now people do make a habit of leaving their car sadly in my neighborhood on my street for days if not WIJK or two at a time if they're gonNA airport or something like that A twist. It is a wrinkle all right so now it's been forty eight hours or so thirty six hours ten o'clock last night and ten twenty not last night two nights ago. Yeah Yeah Yes yes yes right. So that'll be twenty four plus another twelve right. I guess I mean Christie discovered it in the morning the ring video from ten twenty one at night on Monday she discovered it Tuesday. Now it's Wednesday morning okay. Whatever that is Jeff Walker? You Call Shotgun Tom Kelly. 'CAUSE you're in the San Diego area. He likes to come by three dates me. I think I've only been ten years. Alright all right so you thought on Brian and what he should do with this backpack now again. The last call you make us do the cops in my world but we're starting to get into a realm of. What are we doing here? Chris can find it and Jeff. We'll we'll we'll do it after we talked to you but I posted a poll on twitter. So everybody the cops at this point. It's been so long or don't call the cops. It's a massive hassle. Just that's exactly fifty fifty fifty fifty. Well also also people presume that the cops are GonNa fix things. The cops don't fix things they just go. Yeah you know you get your computer stolen when you call the cops and they go. Well you're not gonNA find it and so it's like you call the cops. The cops don't always equal result and also could slow slow the it's a massive pain in the ass not for me but for this guy like the cops aren't out of the car the cops are GonNa have the backpack rather just give the guys stuff. So Jeff what. What do you think Brian should do to play? On my part I broke zero and I said hey my stereo I got stolen and I said then hey like you guys do anything about this and they suffer. Just GonNa make them that. We're not gonNA find anybody. Yes I know. I know the cops are lethargic. And the especially. We've we've decided especially here in California. That petty crime is not really crime anymore like we passed bill. Anything under nine hundred fifty dollars and values are not going to be prosecuted or anything. And it's like okay. I I don't know where you WanNa go here when this thing where well it's your stuff and it's in your car and you pay taxes but somebody stole it and there's really nothing but we're we're not interested in fixing fixing Hannah remedy that oh I don't know what the broken window theory is exactly. This feels like the exact opposite of that and you should be so lucky was just your computer shall chow there shelby more of this now. Everyone's looking the other. All the cops are looking the other way and we already have a fatality and the fatality already is some teenage black kid from Pasadena area. I never stop saying unintended consequences. Consequences guy got his laptop stolen. I've told you guys before he wanted the Pasadena Popo to go get his laptop because hey man when your students in your nineteen fourteen hundred bucks. That's your world man and it got stolen by this. African American kid is probably. I don't know eighteen. Nineteen whatever stole the guy's laptop. The guy called the cops and guess what he's old fashioned. He wanted him to go find his laptop that go find this kid stole stolen. He's running around. Go get it and get it back. And because he wanted it back he told the cops the kids got a gun and now the cops are compelled to go look for the guy if he said he just took the laptop and he doesn't have a gun then they wouldn't go after him so the guy said he's got a gun so they go look for him and they went look for them and they found on them and they thought he had a gun and now he's dead so he's they're called unintended consequences when things you don't really think about about and I don't really blame the guy who wanted his computer back because he just wanted to go get computer and he knew they wouldn't act unless he said he had got so my supposed to shoot this guy is consume me so Jeff. You'd like Brian to go to the guy's house and return the backpack. Well I a couple of questions you gotta listen to the podcast today and look and Guber was brought up in the airport. Parking thing might be a wrinkle but If you you the guy was drunk and took a list that home where his Oh so true and someone jeff so someone pointed out that like Oh maybe. He was dropping his a plausible theory. Maybe dropping off the backpack for our friend got confused. The address addresses. I can't get in and I'll just leave the back here. That's my friend's house The problem with that is was he gonNA do with. How's it going to lock on the way out? If you drop the backup inside of the keys. He's what was he gonNA. How's it going to lock the House on the way out? Well he thought he had the keys to the right. I'm saying dropping them off for a friend inside the house which was which was was someone. Fear is was his intention. How locked the door on the way out? Just like the bottom while you can lock the bottom but but inefficient but he thought he had the key right. He was trying to unlock the lock so if he was thinking he was dropping it off and he thought he had the key then he could use the key to lock it on the way out right. Put well then what we do with the keys. He's Oh that's say this. There's a lot a lot. A lot of plates sham here. Jeff that the the wrinkle about leaving leaving the car in the NOTO zone and the proximity to the airport and dropping it for a few days and not getting cited his added a another layer to to this croissant and that does semi often. Emma neighborhood Jeff what would you do but I think that China is veering towards police territory because if someone left far enough to back off they haven't returned and and I you know I don't want to call the POPO and get him involved but during towards that well though I voted Yes for the Volvo. Oh Bo then you're the car is going to have to be towed. Eventually he added Twenty Welby. Somebody's GonNa have to figure this out. Here's ooh Brian. Oh ooh I don't know if he did this. There's usually registration for the car. glovebox name match the mail. That's inside the back of that's interesting. Is that the person's car because it seems very curious to me that there without their car days on end. Yeah unless S.. There's a leave it there and leave Hound version okay. Maybe they're doing the airport parking. Maybe they're doing the uber stand thing or maybe they're doing the drop it uber it to la now in Portland for four days. That makes how back that that that that is definitely a possibility. So here's another wrinkle. How many miles? I know you're near Ish. The air but I'm conveniently close to the on ramp to the freeway that goes right to of the airport and so close ish. Here's another one year of your seven dollar Uber. Ride away from just being dropped off the time you didn't want to play for airport parking for five days which is one hundred and fifty bucks. You could park in front of your house. Take a seven dollar Uber. Drop you you off at the airport. Go to Portland for four days and come back and get your car. That might make sense except for the part where he left his backpack on any sense. Well that's where the booze comes here. Here's here's another wrinkle. I one of the letters in his backpack had the letterhead of an accounting company for his accounting company. So I looked up. I called the accounting company. I talked to the girl on the receptionist Mike as an office manager. Is there an administrator or something. I could talk to she goes. I'm going to help you like. It's a weird story. I think one of your clients left his backpack my porch and he might be missing it so I'm trying to get it back to him by Blasios goes down the name and I'm like yeah it's give the name she goes oh as though it was clear recognition you know what I mean and then she said well let me see if I have a number of her him or his parents so clearly early. They've been doing business there for a couple generations so I got a number So called literally walking out the door the the door to come here. I think he was murdered. You got a number. I got a number that she thinks the girl thinks maybe his do we call the number. Let's to Pie. And I think you behalf do or we have to Rob Is Forty One west Chester Pennsylvania. Rob Yes Adam how you doing what. What are your thoughts? Were all very confusing. I is true I do know in this world between your laptop and your car. That's about eighty percent of your life. Ah Yes the laze fare. Approach to retrieval on laptop and car is very interesting and debt means. It's either not not your laptop and not your car or something has happened to you Chris. You've seen pictures of this guy on line and video. Are You as convinced as I am. This is the same guy. Yeah Yeah distinctive-looking in certain way all right rob this guy is dead. Gone on your like your like as through a movie script or you're already in the second act you've gone through so much Scott you one hundred percent hundred percent there's no Oh Rob he hasn't come back to his car all these. I can't live an hour without half these items. Well now. We need to pop the glove box and see if the registration distraction matches the mail. That's in the in the backpack because now we have to find out whether it is his car. You have to call the police. Oh my God do a welfare check on this guy the elite I mean. Have you gone by the address. They'd be driven by. The problem of the address is a few things one his car and his keys. He's our with me. So it's it's it's less than likely he's at his home number two. It's semi faraway number three. He lives in an apartment complex. He has an apartment number. That's like three three three or something so those are notoriously hard to get into and I don't know I'm allowed to go into those if you don't live there man try calling them off the air and see if feet answers the phone yes yes definitely have to that we can call them yet. I forty five minutes ago that I don't like forty five minutes ago. I just got it. Also there's so much processing ir to do. I dare area and in a world where I usually have an idea of like. There was some motivation. When you talk about Papa John and why did this? Crisis Management Management Team ran amount. You go who do that. You pay this guy and it. Does he worked for you and then they go. Oh Yoda six million dollars. Okay now now. It seems pretty clear. I possible options. This has an update. No ring straight to voicemail International travel he is a producer on on shows. You would recognize so he he may be traveling internationally The longer you hold onto this backpack the more of an accomplice you become become. I think you'd need to get your. I've a record via twitter. podcast like nothing to do with this backpack. I'd like to get back to this man. There's like five twenty percent probability that could be He produced stupid porch pirates one through through fifteen. Cw Ears Doorbell networking folks at drop off stuff on people. Don't steal it bait car pack. Yeah Jesus Christ. How many hours have been thirty well? It was Monday Monday night. To Tuesday night would be twenty four then Tuesday to this morning would be six out. Everybody's I am thoroughly confused. I want to bet on if I was like what makes the most sense the abroad at the airport the out of town. Yeah the abroad or not with us. Feels Dell's Jong conceive. Seems to make the most sense or somewhere somewhere where he's not able to contact the outside side world since the accounting firm or whatever they were mentioned the parents I mean we got a call. The parents the parents if the if the car it all the way to say this on when I went on the street last week in front of my office and I I had him for fifteen minutes to police rear here he goes. I looked I did the same thing you did. I walked up and down the street. I push the button. Sukey your favorite Adam push the button push the button. No Subarus I get Lee's I'm getting I'M GONNA flow to theory. That's may not be popular but I was involved with a situation where whereas you brought up the parents it made me think of this auto mechanics fixation. Well he's on the car can tell you that or the drive saying there were parents and they went to the airport. The kid never showed up and they're looking in. Why isn't he well? There's only one plausible the answer that David Carradine wrote. I just texted the man and by the way Kim up blue like a black iphone texts but straight to voicemail because he could be on airport mode or on why you know what I mean mom and Dad all right rob. Thank you for your for your input. Jesus Christ I I didn't even know the fifty fifty normally when you do stuff like this you'd go art who bets on this scenario who that's on that scenario. I don't even know that. We have scenarios Orios exactly like pieces pieces that could float in and out of other scenarios. Yes our airport and drunk. Could be on the table together right. Yes all right right. let's see oxnard. Levity live that'll be Tomorrow and Saturday December thirteenth and fourteenth. I'll be there two shows Friday A to show Saturday and I'm At race going to be there on Saturday I believe right and we ballers for front. Yeah I'm choosing. We've worked out all right. Let me hit a spot and then we have A. I'll take a break in Bollywood. You did knives out I did. 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It's already locked. It gives a little toot ski but I liked the God. I can't remember a commercial and always who is from It was from that movie that underrated movie that we love so much. I figure it all out second had had a Nash Rambler. Something had a city horn in a country horn and I remember it running in commercial Of A a movie diner it was in dining for some reason. I have some recollection of them standing in the living room. And there's a commercial city horn country. The whole really from the movie. Diner super underrated. Great Movies Moving Max. Pat Put on your put on your homework list diner car commercial. City Horn in-country Horn. I'll be a weird thought. Bring the DVD in all right so sorry Bollywood Eh. Her rapist Bali. He will tell you what movies go. Bryan we the big screen allred flicks before you spend remember they. Hey fuck shoot. Transformers knives out is in theaters. Now it it is written and directed by a man named Ryan Johnson Ryan. Johnston is best known for directing most recent star wars movie. The last Jedi which was not well received especially by me but he also did looper which I love. I love looper using looper. Justin Jobs Gordon Eleven. I hear it's great. That's fantastic. Is that the one. Yeah it's time travel movies set in the near future. It's a really really good anyhow. Ryan Johnson is back writing and directing knives out. This is a huge ensemble. Cast Daniel Craig Chris Evans Christopher plummer. Jamie Lee Curtis Don Johnson. Toni Collette Catherine Langford. Michael Shannon Lay Keith Stanfield Ricky Ricky Lynn Walsh who replaced Ricky Jay who died during production and the walls in this frank. Oz and `unity armas who was just fantastic. He's a disease. The Defacto Star Star of the movie in the mood. It's an ensemble pieces you can see but if there's a main character it's on the armistice Made character and she is fantastic. I'm the plot sort of know mosh to Agatha the Christie whodunit sitting in the nineties on rotten tomatoes ninety six or seventy seven highly rated. What came out of his one hundred percent of its dropped a couple of points And and I think the people have it very high across the board ninety two or three. Yeah not universally admired and enjoyed right and I. I really enjoyed the movie even more than I thought I was going to sell. The high scoring is like this. Oughta be good you know. I was pleasantly surprised. The plots no mosh to Agatha Christie. You know those all whodunnit novels Orient Express. It's very much a mosh to that. So Harlan Kombi Christopher plummer. He is the he's this Very successful very wealthy very old author of mystery novels kind of on play on the on the on the genre he writes mystery novels and in the film's TMZ opening moments. We Find Harlan dead throat slit knife in hand apparent suicide or is it He's the Patriarch Doc. Right of this large family of mostly entitled Assholes like everyone just you know. It's this rich entitled Asshole and all we earlier in the film and there were gathered to celebrate its eighty fifth birthday the night before he turned up dead and every one of them has a alibi but they'll have a motive. Is this movie funny. It's hilarious the more sophisticated clue. It's yes absolutely I so I liked it more than most people bad times of Illinois. Al This this is kind of like that but it's much more. Streamlined focused thriller in the in the in the old mold of like you know. I got the Christie's history. Yeah is it. Is it. Build this comedy dark comedy. ESPN trail. I saw the trailer. I wasn't still wasn't sure your bed. Anyway why are you guys look. It's very much in the tone of a dark comedy. There are some there are some COUPLA moments isn't really good chuckles. And it's just a smart movie so because what happens is is the police bring everyone together all the family. You're here the night before. He's turned up dead in the morning. Let's interview everyone one by one. And there's this mysterious character like literally in the background in the back of the room and it turns out to be Ben Wall blank the The the the famous detective play by Daniel. Craig and here is Ben While blunk interviewing or non-tariff questioning Jamie Lee Curtis who is Christopher plummer oldest daughter by the way Rotten tomatoes on my screen. Green has it as drama. Mystery and suspense on wonder why they should put some comedy and it should be accommodated. It's funny why don't they do the all right here. We go sorry Mr Blank. I know who you are. I read your profile in the New Yorker. I found it delightful. I just buried my eighty eighty five year old father who committed suicide. Why are you here here? The behest of a client who I cannot say but let me assure you this. My presence will be on a mental. You will find me a respectful quiet passive observe the truth. Now the accent a little over. What what do we do about that accident for a little over there but every acting is that it fits with the tone of the movie and the tone of the movie is perfect? 'cause it never wavers like it's over the top and everything in the movies. He's a little. Every every character is a little bit of a heightened. Yeah heightened a little bit of a character but also you know very believable and even lamp shade. At a couple of times on one character character calls him foghorn Leghorn one character calls him CSI KFC. It's funny they have a lot of fun with that. The Golden Globe nominee for best picture. Best I actor Daniel Craig and best actress and Armas now could i. My sunny is thirteen and funny. He's got a sense of humor. Could I see this movie was totally appropriate for a- actually enjoy it. Yes he'd follow. It got a good sense of humor fault. It's not a comedy but there are dark comic elements throughout and it is It's it's appropriate for teenagers. Yeah this more I don't care I'm not a good parent. He'll he'll even double back. He'll enjoy the comedy. The comedy is right up his alley. Okay go go. I would be shocked if it was not up for best original screenplay. It's so so clever. Clever and dare. I say this will be the one kind of the one of the few movies that has that high rotten tomatoes score. Usually what happens is with a quiet place is a great example. That really really high rotten tomatoes score. People started liking word of mouth and it wasn't that good. It really wasn't that good people are going to like this. This is one that everyone's GonNa enjoy. Well it's got a high on scores. Well it's been out for a couple of weeks. I think it's really good. No I see it Oscar. Nominations good I don- Johnson having a bit of a renaissance. He was the best of ever like done. Yeah I mean between eastbound and down Out And watch many TV. I love that he's around again. He was great in Concrete yeah no UNCHAINED agenda. He really was grit in this movie. Everyone's great actors really well off the subject. I don't know if I was telling you guys I can't remember I was talking about on this. Show that Do we need the words scam and the word scrimp gone up. But I'm of another word. I'd like to eliminate I don't need whittle down in winnowed down winnowed winnowed yes or no winnow. Maybe when you here winnowed you think wiggled or something like butt naked in buck naked or something like that kind of do the same thing winnowed is. It's it's it's out there like I've heard it use of heard it used in if you well. They've got to be an argument but I think at the beginning of Dennis just Miller's old radio show say winnow down winnow down. This is same as well it has to do. It's sort of removing the chaff from the we but it's really that's what it was really just you know. Oh we have a party. There's fifty people on it. We need to winnow it. Down our favorite twenty five accommodate. Yeah we don't need them both Yeah yeah to blow something waiting. Nothing but it. It's used as get the shrink. Think narrow it down get down and same as whittle and I. I wonder I believe you never heard it. It's it's it's it's a weird. It's a weird word it's used. It's been used a lot. I Dunno where its origins are but My the only winnowed in here check Ferguson. I bet he doubt now. He's from another country. He's got to be smarter than other. Land Yeah Yeah all right so are we going to winnow down our list of or whittled down ace of women who don't want to be but our buck naked with with me. We took your nominations and your votes on twitter and facebook and ranked the women. Who'd be most disgusted? That have sex with Adam. Yesterday we ran down number thirty three twenty one and before we named discuss ts. Twenty running through eleven. Let's go through some of the notable swings from last year's list she fell out of the headlines and off the list going mercifully from number nine last year to number sixty seven Dr Christine four and give her the litter privacy of perennial already on the list number twenty last year tumbles to number forty five on this year's ranking she got banned from the top thirty like she got banned from from speaking of Berkeley and coulter just like her weight over the years. There's been a wild fluctuation Oprah Winfrey going number thirteen to number fifty five. She'd be more interested in dropping from a respectable respectable bowl number nineteen to thirty eight. Maybe it was because she's now friends with George W Bush. She danced her way off the list. This year Ellen Degeneres Okay theory. The slide continues number one in two thousand seventeen number fourteen and twenty eighteen twenty nine thousand nine hundred fines or at number number fifty two but she'd still be disgusted. have sex with ACE. Lena Dunham number one two years ago. Calvin Johnson Johnson like declined to not be happy about this news. This is a big Rob Lowe for her. We'll start this list close to home as a boob man. It would be the best day of his life and the worst of herds Gina Grad coming in at number twenty. Thank you on. Why why are you not in like beauty and take what I need and Robin my back my hand on Cheetahs chief keeping keeping it in the family moving way of the list from number one hundred last year she'd be as scared of having sex with Adam as fill is scared tired of her old guy coming in at number nineteen free should lower? The list wouldn't be complete without this. MVP most vomiting person number eighteen. Rosie O'Donnell on a related note with Rosie and Whoopi Gordon Goldberg on the list. Number Seventeen is our third view host. Who would rather view and oncoming train? Then him coming the Joy Behar. That's not fair. She'd never stopped trying if they had sex but he'd never stopped trying to parlay it into a Pete Pete Davidson Style Pussy Party number. Sixteen Arianna grandlieu. Yeah she'd lead locker self in the room and never come out after having not so marvel sex with him number. Fifteen Brie Larson. Yeah Yeah that's the thing we had to look this one up. She became a meme known as triggered feminist on on four Chan and read it. She's now number fourteen on our list. Whoever the fuck she is finicky Fiona She yeah she looks at what she would look like if you tried to have sex. And if he had sex with her she'd never be able to shake it off number thirteen eighteen taylor swift as a gay male. He qualifies for the list. He'd actually put a noose around his neck instead of staging it Jesse. Small debut at number twelve fired sire inspired and finally number eleven Kevin. They roasted Alec Baldwin Love Racing and share some of the same political views but after sex with Adam. She'd she'd have trouble finding a bathroom. North Carolina Vomited Caitlyn Jenner. We will run down the top ten tomorrow tomorrow and find out. Who would be most disgusted to have sex with that? You know I got a protest vigorously with Caitlin Jenner. Because I think if we made love it'd be like that seen with Nick Cage in gone in sixty seconds and where he is just talking to the car and he's like Synchromesh four-speed dual quad quad carb side draught. Whatever and he's like rubbing her leg and then she's thirty talk he's just like yes? She's like Profile and logo. Hi on a Cam Portent Polish on a head over ringed heads forty pounds of boost turbocharged budged. Whoever wrote that should have been had their like licensed to write like remove? Read that when are you in the Writers Guild Komo this really attack this. I get what you're doing here. This is like a nine year old wrote wrote. That seem like they both love love. It's absurd so much that an aunt your favorite team it's her and Angelina Angelina. Jolie and Nick Cage in in a car and at some point he says triple side draught Weber's which which I do like Johnson Guy Because you would put triple side draught Weber's possibly Makunike's on a datsun straight six. Let me hear that. Now it's comical it's either making out Alston just blurted it out. I'm sitting being any chemistry between these real life. The question the problem is how do you get over the shift. Oh because you wouldn't wanNA disrupting obtaining synchro Mesh. We're throttle linkage Lincoln rattlesnake. It's another transplant. Wang Mentally Julius atop them flow. So how much flirting turned rent a moment trickle ever carburetors dribble Weber's to teachers each other by truck that's stopped the transmission and the synchromesh the gears in the transmission commission and the throttle linkage have nothing to do with one another and the triple Weber's bolted to the body structure. The bolted it ahead of the the engine. That's nothing to do with the body fake. Oh I say the other big problem in the movie is that was one of the trailers dealers in the two minutes they featured and jailed Angelina Jolie heavily who is very hot literally and figuratively at the time and in the movie. Six eleven minutes of screen meantime right. She's hardly in the movies all over the trailer. Yeah they had that great scene where she slide they do these. There's a couple of scenes scenes. They used to love back in the day every good movie had mechanic's creeper slide like they'd walk in a couple of work boots and some dungarees. Oh Yeah Blake the wicked winds. Were the house landed on top of her and they'd go. I need someone who can work on. A Ferrari four eighty eight and all of a sudden the hot chick just slide out. But she'd have perfect makeup one scuff on their cheeks shows. You've been working hard. She's like I know for us and it's like oh person it was like literally it was it was it was a horizontal version of like Haha. Like Oh gang curtain people'd would slide out just reveal themselves sometimes. It was crusty mechanic. Sometimes it was like Dad. Who'd overheard right? Sometimes it was hot chick who you couldn't tell was hot because she's wearing the jeans and the boots right. She slides out. It's it's the on the spectrum of the guy waiting in the living room and a darkroom and turning the lamp. On when you walk in the reveals Max ex-pat she slides out reveals and she's so into cars that when she makes out. She has to talk about overhead camshafts and throttle linkage. But you think that's in the cars. She drinks from a container that is used to put oil into the crank case rake citizens. That's her her weapon of choice for holding. Liquids is something that's used to hold oil had had sought can and she's drinks takes a hit off. She's so hurt. Maybe there was a lubricant. She's that into the automotive world but she slides out. She announces that the war. The rotors are warped because some some some grandma's been driving this right and driving it like she would drive it. Then she takes a hit off an oil can not your favorite movie. It is my favorite movie. It's also of course sadly the one where What's his name? Divall is playing tapes of playing him tapes of the music. You gotta find that that clip. What's what is that? I just got handed a two page list of engine components and parts. I don't need that but thank you. They're all in my head. I can't find Angelina Jolie screen time but the AV club refers to it as a cameo. It's a it's a canny. Oh she drank woman oil canio she she. She was in the fat seen then she was in she bartended bartended. That's that's another thing I want to add to my list. I want to add to my list where two things I got two things that of course. It's my list having my hands registered having being a Cape removed. I want to throw an exclusive cocktail party. It's my house. It's Mike Cocktail Party. At some point. Some out of breath young messenger type comes dashing in and I say what's the meaning of this and the the middle of my party he goes. You'RE GONNA WANNA see this and he pulls out some documentation pictures or something. I want that to happen. You know what I mean. Everyone looks at me and I say what's the meaning of this. We could pull this off next next week. The coral accompany cruises party now. He's an exclusive. That'd be like exclusive cocktail party. At first I'm upset but turns out the personnel information there out of breath. That's would I want. That also went the part where I'm now working a different kind of job like bartending or something like that and some hot chick chick comes up to me and goes comes back. We know each other. Obviously we've had a pass and she wants me to get back into podcasting like I don't know and and I'm why wiping a mug with more. That that that that that was that was a lifetime because lifetime that different lifetime and she's six one one more ride invite how you do one more podcast. I Dunno know the brass did that. Now that was that right so I'd like to add that. Do you have the scene where she slides out. It's right in the middle of the movie. It'd be hard to find a screen for ten minutes. She she goes. It goes and gets her. She's it she's around the movie a little bit POPs up and down. It goes and goes and gets her and recruits area. He goes into the Ferrari place. Oh here she has. I let me hit Tommy. 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"Dan. As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster. Like. thinking, about how you doing? All, that pisses me off. That pisses me right off. Jerky. Nine to noon. Just. In you're hot. You're hot. I know. Right. Nine. Is Look for him. Status. would be interception. I'm the forty yard line and. Season opening Sunday absolutely is. Per Month per back to pass straight in the pocket fires. Tenure. Needs. Touchdown. In the game. Dealing. Sodas. Welcome to my breakdown. Did A. Way We. Saw when we Hey what's up nine three? Covenant. FM One hundred point three. Kfi Am. Allowing Brian Heating and cooling studios. Eric Nordquist. Producer master mixer of a truncated on the fly. Monday montage on a Thursday by an old school or named Alice, Cooper? The name of the Song Mr Nordquist Woz. Welcome to my nightmare. Of Average ASEXUALLY, disclaimer. Nightmares Subjective Yum Anderson that it's relative, it's relative. Thank you. Thank you. Nightmare is relative. The Vikings and Atlanta Falcons potentially not having a game Sunday. It's not nightmarish. No. It's twenty twenty ish. Very twenty twentyish falcons got bad. The birds got bad. Allegedly The verge bet yeah. Emphasis on the word allegedly. I. They shut down their facility today. And the Vikings are set to play the Atlanta Falcons Sunday Purple Palatial? Paradise. Noon kick must've Tan. And the beat goes on. Now. Given we have been to. Cova nineteen handling school and handling school. With everything from March to where we are now. Let's listen to this smooth song for ten seconds, gather our thoughts and talk this thing out and I want you to remember the word allegedly it's very key and I got some stuff for you in a minute. Pigskin. In the purred has what it is big boy. Swayed. s wait. Anything. New when you hit that three. Not at the moment anything new from Jeffey. Just add update saying that it may have been a member of the personnel not being a player that was confirmed to be bit NFL Dr, Sills from him nothing from Dr Sills yet. What about Mr Falcon I haven't heard anything from FAO she and would have to. Go deep into the weeds for that has the Biden camp chimed in. Biden camp. Let me see. We got emails. We got Ukrainian business people nothing in terms of the game. Sunday although about this. Mike Era Follow NFL, network faded the music. It must be big in good morning from NFL PR guy you didn't say good? Morning Good Morning Martin I didn't mean to go charge on it. It's okay. No chain Mazar spending no change to Vikings Falcons game at this time. Thanks. Mike that. Hey. Everybody can I get a megaphone here and and go outside on the on the purge perch we have created. Some would call it the respite where like March April May, June July August in October nor do, and I, would sit there and like talk everything out and be buddies. It's the purge perch. Can I get a megaphone? Okay. Turn on the megaphone. Ladies and gentlemen as of nine Oh seven on Thursday morning nine to noon would like to proclaim the Minnesota Vikings Atlanta Falcons game is still on first Sunday at noon. Who? Average. Lad, we got that figured out that tweet that you just shared. Yes. Absolutely. Purge personifies. Yeah. Pigskin in the purge skin in the purred product of the purge I think personifies. Man I mean it's like. That that, that Netflix thing that brought up yesterday people are talking about that social dilemma thing. Yeah. Yeah. That was it. The having. To have your face, your name, your handle and something tied to. What undoubtedly is the NFL's eight topic even if it is the social media version of the megaphone on the purge Percha, Jason Minneapolis saying. Ladies and gentlemen it now is nine, hundred eight. And we would like to inform you. Over, the last minute there has been no change to the news. There will be pig skin in the purge. Sunday. Noon Palatial Purple Paradise Vow. Less. There isn't. This. Look for my face and my name and my innocuous tweet. So I can be part of the mix ninety seconds from now and God bless all of you. Weird Times pigskin in the purge. Well and. I mean the music buyer of nine to noon a topic. Zimmer replay for Mexicanos somewhere during the course of the show. It's non purge related radio talking about the Vikings. At it feeling after the conversation skulls about set to get on a roll. Yeah. played some of it back for Nordahl yesterday dropped in a bike were Zimmer was happy like be like this things getting good I think there were even a couple of bits on if they do actually play the Atlanta Falcons, maybe his opinions on the operation, not only turning around but turning around quick enough the play the Atlanta Falcons, and maybe even win into by way it. Was the happy version of a sometimes grouchy head coach who you could hear in his voice because we played it yesterday in the ever impressionable mad producer. Got All excited about it and where he liked channel designer Brett farve bargain kind of was like but he says are almost in place almost races are almost embrace. Kids are growing up Dow pants on the ground pants on the ground. So. Here's what's happening right now. Okay, here's nine to noon with the latest on the Atlanta Falcons allegedly getting bit by the Corona Virus Shutting, down the facility, the shut down the facility part for today. That's accurate. The validity of all of the positives. Supposedly circulating, and door originating. At flowery branch Georgia where the Atlanta Falcons execute their toil nine to noon doesn't have to tweet it don't WanNa see anybody's face are handles we're here with our microphones otherwise known as megaphones to say hold your proverbial Horses Ladies and gentlemen because outside of Stop Signs Your may not be permitted to believe that briefing you read. Can I get a witness? The next phase of social media in the social, dilemma yeah will be. Losing the opportunity to play a winless team in a one in four season is so Minnesota Sports. We're times I mean they they wake and they would cancel on. They would cancel the again cancel the Gamer team that is grinding. Thank. It's lucky stars that there's an extra wildcard in the mix this year. So maybe the Vikings can sneak in, they just need a win and can you give me a booster into a tough division schedule Yeah Yeah Falcons game schedule, can't. I mean what's happening right here ladies and gentlemen so Minnesota Sports that's weird times I mean how was your wakened? It was great. It's never long weird times, but. Be Here's what's happening. Now during this ever quirky twenty twenty is we are talking on the fly as we think on the fly because the. The report that dropped and our and change ago involving covid nineteen and the Atlanta. Falcons. The initial report was that the the Falcons had shut down their facility and they had four individuals that had tested positive for covid nineteen, and that does not include the gentleman Marlon Davidson Defensive Lineman who was added to the list for testing positive yesterday. Yup and so that's all we knew Falcons shutting down facility much like we heard the titans four guys at tested, positive weeping and gnashing of teeth. What's going to happen was Sunday's game was the first report? Okay. Facility is shut down. Yeah. That is that is nine to noon confirmed as accurate. That is accurate. The the nine to noon mantra into. Pigskin and the purge segment to which is around the corner is we wait and that's all we can do. I mean involving a football game this weekend between one and four team and a no five team in foul offices with mind spin right now with ways to handle things even though they we and everybody of into handling school because the until. Proven positive positive positive. Yeah the. I'm thinking the first thing not in scapegoat fashion, but in in validating fashion. Is Your test on. Tuesday and. You get a positive on Wednesday morning. You test on Wednesday you come up with four more positives. Yes. This morning based on that report. Yes. So like when we played the titans and they got it. Tuesday morning was when everything started to circulate yet because they tested on Monday and they got those results on Tuesday that's right. So then it was point of contact regular testing swabbing and pigskin in the purge and handling school and megaphones, and and and we remember all of that. So now where this is right now is I would bet, I would bet a lot of money. The Falcons the NFL the New Jersey the New Jersey testing spot by reference bit the Bio Reference Tests had to New Jersey Multiple Times a day from multiple teams from every team in the NFL. So like I told you before take you behind the curtain a little bit given I do go to a facility three or four times a week and I do test one or two times a week the the handling school protocol is if you test before a certain time those get our with. currier go to the airport the plane goes to New Jersey and shortly after midnight you get the results to those tests. If you test a little later in the day, then you gotta wait till the next day until noon to three to three thirty ish in the afternoon. Yeah. So the Falcons in the NFL when the Minnesota Vikings are the Carolina Panthers because they just played the the Falcons, they are all going through that right now and it's not like they're going to head into something. Set to disprove. Positive Cova tests but as the protocol goes as the procedure goes first thing you do is you gotTa make sure all five of these tests were not balls positives Yup, and if if obviously, if they come back false positives where they personnel people were, they didn't play in the game and then the contact everything we talked about two weeks ago, pigskin in the purge contact racers. The whole thing that's what's happening right now it's foolhardy to. Weather, there will be a game Sunday. It's foolhardy to excuse me. It's foolish to see what you've seen here. What you've heard read what you've read read and say ain't GonNa be no game this weekend. Yeah. Because then that means that you are glycine in the purge and eliminating the procedures that are be tape being taken now to determine were they false positives? How many? Indeed Do have it if it's five, could it be fifteen or fifty could be one and how we're going to work this out with the? NFL. Now the boss now we've got the burke bid at eleven o'clock. You know he was at the right hand of the boss for three years in New York City working in the NFL offices. So burke bed knows how big red operates. I'm guessing at this moment. It is all the procedures I shared with you. They closed their facility. And if they, if we work this whole thing out and there's some. There's some false information that is being shared, which is possible, which is possible. then. They lose a day a practice. They still play Sunday. Yeah. We push through the perch and if we have problems that caused the falcons of their facility close today in tomorrow and they lose a day or two of practice maybe three and the positives or positives and the positives or not false positives and it's more than five or whatever it is ma'am maybe it's Monday maybe it's Tuesday night football maybe for the third time in the history of the National Football League second for the Minnesota Vikings and bomb Tuesday night football. In. The air from us, Bank stadium with our Super Special to fifty waving their hands in the air like they just don't care. Let's go and don't get bad some sort of like a three M. Tuesday game or maybe they make it prime time I don't know any more common get lucky. It'll be two o'clock game. Noon pre-game. Gets lucky fan line well, common would do nine to noon then. It'd be nine to noon gets a little lucky other Tuesday focal maintenance. Expect me to project here. I can't do three hours of radio and give you the boom. Well, forget the Bom I mean when it's what are you doing cam dance ler you can't. You can't West your voice on fan on the Farm You Doing Kam Chancellor even though we love fan of the far. Tuesday football out ban on the farm. Ten fifteen today that'll be a break from pigskin in the purge probably will replay that Zimmer one on one somewhere during the course of the show Atlanta Falcons vox play by play voice West Durham joins us about forty minutes from now. He's in the belly of the beast. What if he dusted positive on you WANNA ask him now I don't okay. he is in the belly of the beast flowery branch Georgia and You know me man it's not gonna be joining us now and play by play voice for the Atlanta Falcons West. What's the latest now man? We're just going to sit back and chat about pigskin in the birds and Pencil Louis if we got a game this weekend. That's at Ma'am I mean. Maybe it's the curse of. As in Dan Gwen. God and fire Dan Quinn again, and have to deal with this pigskin and the purge. Dimitrov Dmitrov worked with the Patriots Yeah guys ballot check handed out that Tommy the tyrant he's bell jet raised. You go ahead and fire Tom Again and twenty we'll get bit. Okay. Is Tom version of football revelation ear may may it dropped a vial before he left the facility? It's the curse of Glens version of revelation. And the just was opened. Denver Tech Bank you. Jesse SING LOVE YOU TIMBER TECH DOT com. I WANNA, give well, it's not me to be honest with you. I'm not giving you my thousand dollars, but the fan and wicks and jewelers do WanNa put a grand in your hand and new? Keyword Our this hour, you can text thanks two, hundred, two, hundred texts, thanks two, hundred, two, hundred, thousand dollars text thanks the two, hundred, two, hundred, text message and data rates apply nine to noon returners. Introducing touch free payments from paypal a safe way for your customers to pay whether you're a market seller. Poodle Pamper. Piano tuner. Or plummer. Signing up to accept touch free payments for your business is easy. Simply download the pay pal APP, and display your own unique qr code for your customers to scan touch free qr code payments no seller fees until twenty twenty one not applicable to pay your transactions. Other fees may apply shops safe with pay POW. On the farm. Hurry step right up in his nine to noon time. Spun. Out of the side show is underway, otherwise known as nine known. Just a funny song I like it I broke the L. Beautiful Song is if the stylistics gets Blue Magic. Yeah, yeah sideshow. You're a big fan of blue magic almost one twenty years of freaking sideshow man. It is man I mean. Hurry hurry step right up. To The craziest year of your life. Broke the three bud, another computer I did. Trying to refresh all this dolphins. darkens purge related stuff in in the purge. I mean and this from this from Schefter. No status change to the game. This time. Yeah. The that's it. That's from fifty seconds ago. Andrew Kramer from these Star Tribune does good work I. That's the most recent tweet that I saw involving the Atlanta Falcons and yeah, ESPN report was inaccurate. It was a personnel member not a bunch of players allegedly reportedly reportedly allegedly earlier today from espn a big hitter from ESPN two bought out got bit game in question. Okay. That was that. So now the procedures and protocol take place to make sure that they were not false positives don't know if they were don't if they weren't ready to say bang the game on Sunday at noon and ready to say play the game don't have to say bang the game don't have to say play the game. Said sitting back breaking at three keys just refreshing waiting to figure out what we're doing. Sunday for for many of you listening if you're looking for a football related diversion and involves your favorite team, maybe you maybe your Jeremy from flowery branch and you loved the birds you're you're waiting to see if your birds are GonNa play got your Chris Chandler Jersey freshly pressed doing dirty bird when that dirty bird doing that dirty bird like Jamal Anderson. Now, the other side of it is when it comes to Sunday at noon, there might not be a game. Can you was times like we said with the titans as the whole badly goes You got you got a you got a Tuesday test came up bad on Wednesday morning you got Wednesday tasks were three, four five whatever came up bad this morning thus, the news sifting through all the news I'm sure the Carolina Panthers are working with the NFL going we just played them if they were bit and they breathed on us droplets in the whole thing, the bottom line is at this moment from where we sit and broadcast in broad JAS right now, nine to noon vast and ever expanding smart speaker radio network. iheartradio APP which is free. From the spot whence we broadcast and broad Jay's right now. Game. Sunday noon. That's the bet. I only hit the trump because I think everybody would be in agreement. We'd to hear that they were false positives and that we can resume. Normal. Activities I mean you think about it the way that sugarman and spielman had to pivot after that titans related disaster about sugar life right now. sugarman. Certified Athletic Trainer Minnesota Vikings I mean he's got a good life. He's healthy. got a good family Eric's terrific as families. Terrific his son Jake. Little Jaiqi. One of the ballboys for the Vikings forever is working with a robber. Rodriguez herm Edwards, Marvin Lewis and Kevin. MILWAUKEE. Down in Tempe Arizona solve or you think he's an aunt that's how bad. Is a nepotism great in the NFL all that's just great Paul. So Special Paul you guys get to work in a game where Just, easy to get jobs. I. Don't know what to say. So we digress, yes, nine three one right now. Where we are right now. It is fair to say given the past performances and track record of Pigskin in the purge when teams have people intimately involved with players and coaches and essential personnel coming up positive. With Cova nineteen that significantly puts a game in jeopardy on a Sunday when this takes place on Thursday yeah we. As of right now, we are Minnesota martyrs. A little bit. This we this team it is the case study covenant. Okay I like that yeah. What were we were? The were the case Study Covenant in Two Thousand Twenty where like the fourth generation foul cheese when they are analyzing and teaching at universities about that twenty twenty holy cow lived through it. You wouldn't believe that you guys are all seventeen eappen twenty, five, thirty years ago. You know there was a football team named the Minnesota Vikings and they pushed through the purge unlike any team in the history of the NFL. Well. Johnny, what do you mean? WHAT GOES INTO THAT GRANDMA? Let me tell you Eric. The Vikings played a team that ended up with twenty some odd positive Gerona virus tests. Including players who played in the game who were touching members of the Minnesota Vikings Yeah Jeffrey Simmons had more contact with Kirk Day than his gal did they were breathing on members of the Minnesota Vikings and very, very close quarters strop let's one eight, twenty close quarters a no, no, no, no no. Touching twenty twenty no, no, no no no elbow. Bump only plays a you know what? Screw you and your freaking elbow bumper the rest of your life I'm never bumping your elbow. End. Of Story. We Digress. Study. They breathed on them they sweat with them. There were droplets in the air with the Super Special to fifty and the skull chat just going nuts aerosol. Game that was sponsored by Lysol that we lost by a point. GRANDPA what's the case study. Vikings came out of it was zero positives. Beverage. Well GRANDPA how the Hell did that happen? What happened with the titans while on a it's it's twenty, forty, three and. We still don't have a freaking idea what that all year was about like what was real and what was political and what was not like what went into this and GRANDPA and grandma predetermined conditions and Honey we still don't know but we do now. The, twenty twenty Minnesota Vikings are a case study for how to handle your business. In and out of Your Business. Four. I would imagine. Here. There and everywhere there are individuals in their twenties who are strapping individuals and very single and their Mondays and Tuesdays who knows what goes into their Mondays and Tuesdays. They got some free time and a couple of bucks in the pocket Yup. Get bored. In shape yeah yeah I mean like in shape in shape yeah. Good. Looking kid young kids and I've got a chance to live life on Mondays and Tuesdays social on less. You WanNa live life a certain way, and then you test on Tuesday and Wednesday morning you're the one who got. Above average nobody wants to. Be. So seriously speaking so much has changed with players and and people with this team Mondays and Tuesdays their off days and just the way this case study continues to operate throw an unbelievably unprecedented and very, very serious times on on certain many levels the fact that. Tennessee had that problem played the Vikings Vikings got out of it zeroes. Then, you play. Seattle you come back you find out Atlanta. Potentially has contracted corona virus and it may be spreading like wildfire. We got no idea which means that the panthers version of Eric Sugarman is probably on the phone with air sugarman talking about. Incubating periods conduct tack tasks on thirty six minutes haven't even mentioned the word incubation because that touchdown teddy is probably getting doubled tripled tested over the next few day. Glad. You said that because it is absolutely part of the conversation right now with boss. Panthers. Falcons. Vikings Sills and everybody and Foudy is alright. Well, we got so say they thought it was five maybe four or whatever their two major components here. One the contact tracing of anybody who comes up positive and the timing of the week because correct me if I'm wrong here. Titans News blows up on a Tuesday. Aj Terrell for the birds who already got bit rookie from Clemson. Yeah. He He. He got bit like a month three weeks ago. Yeah. You know so that they worked through that and he's eats to play this weekend. The timing of it is what is very precarious and curious with the timing because the two things that happen now are we're doubling up on all of our test, which means the normal test and a rapid test called point of contact, which we all can get back within thirty minutes that's very key, and that information will be leaked shared or reported in in vast order want once they get it I would imagine secondly, it would be the the second part of the equation would be if there's not a game will there be a game. Will we move a game with all due respect the In a private office may say. These teams are combined one and nine. So if we have to bump this game, we're going to put it in a box over there on the left in a safe over there, and maybe move it to week eighteen. Yeah. But if they're both if they both are complete, AL's thank you. There's no reason to play the game while now nfl as like, okay we understand that we don't want our guys to get it, but we do get paid right I mean the guys the specific. The game checks specifically the Vikings who have once again innocent bystanders Minnesota Martyrs yes, and you know it's it's A. It's so Minnesota sports to finally have a what to have another winless team on the schedule we're going to beat, and then the gay may not happen and secondly. It it with Ya what what was I saying about? The, the second part of it is you just have to wait and that's what it is man in the Minnesota martyrs. Just have to circle their wagons around what they normally are doing on a Thursday and go through with. Let's not let head spend too much going to they could lose potentially statistically the most winnable game on their entire schedule. While trying to pull themselves coach says, they're getting better they're beat around. and May or may not happen, but we cannot project on a Thursday what will occur on a Sunday. Later in a Thursday morning, we got time for that Zimmer piece next segment at this stage. Now, we'll make it work quick drip makes everything work through every single day including being this is your sanitizing all later the quick trip and quick trip dot Com. They're so big on sanitizing and they were before the weird times hit during after. That's just how they operate. 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Simply download the pay pal APP and display your own unique qr code for your customers to scan touch free qr code payments no seller fees until twenty twenty one not applicable to pay your transactions. Other fees may apply shop safe with paypal would no fans that was pretty weird. You know there's we're able to count them. On the road which would never happen there. So but you know once you get into the game, it's it's kind of business as usual. Now did the rain and door missed impact or a mess with your shielded all. Yeah it was it was. A tough day with that? Yeah. Why didn't realize there really was a problem it was just trying to mess around. So I mean you got like seventeen on the play clock shield gets all foggy and everything. What do you do? I actually. Took it off the star game put back on. Then took it back off and said just where the mask. I think post head coaching career outside of your ever developing horse racing career. There could be a business opportunity here for like shield gleaners for for coaches. You make a little bit of money. Yeah. Can Try that might make some if the pandemic. Might make some shields. Not a bad idea shields at Well, whatever. Now from afar it, it seemed the most fired up and excited that we've seen the sideline this season during that game. Did you feel that? I think we had good energy throughout the course of the ball game. You know there was there was a lot of good things that happened in the game we just weren't able to finish. Now here come the Atlanta Falcons new coach. Matt Ryan. So probably a new vibe. I'd expect you're going to get a big shop from these outcomes, right? Yeah. L. A. Give their best shot usually that's how goes after after he was a coach when when when it comes to somebody like Julio Jones dealing with what he's dealing with didn't play last game at this stage of the week like how do you plan for him or is it planning for scheme? No you have to plan for him as well. You have to prepare like he's going to play and then You know they got Ridley on the other side. Miss. This kid is really really good. He's explosive in and out of the cuts and then you put Julio's got great size and speed and catches a ball well. They've got. A outstanding receivers now now, Atlanta's zone five season outside of Maybe some obvious things that people follow like, what's their season been light? What is led to that and five? Well, they had a like a fourteen or sixteen point lead against Dallas in the fourth quarter and lost a Dallas gotten onside kick ahead a ten point lead against Somebody else with ten minutes left in the fourth quarter and got beat. So they'd been up in a Lotta ballgames, scored score points and all the Games So it'll be a you know they'd take a lot of shots down the field and in defensively they played very, very hard if If you've got a great inside rusher and you know key on a new neal is a really good Safety. So It'll be a really good game that that defensive tackle your referencing Radio Jarrett I mean he's a handful. All I is he still as good as he was like within the last couple of years. Yeah he's terrific very quick, very powerful one of the top three techniques in the league and you know in a season twenty twenty where you get asked every week about high scores and stuff like that. There's so many different things this year with. No preseason and that virtual off-season than we've ever seen for instance, Atlanta's Oh and five and plus one in the take give me that that's unbelievable. Yeah. That really is They've been they've been doing a good job of getting getting the football and not giving it away much. So if I tell you into that Sunday game and Seattle, you're going to run for one Andrea and they're gonna go for seven on third down you're GONNA win right. You would hope I mean it's just I. It's again just another crazy facet of the twenty twenty XS and Os Mike Zimmer head coach of the Minnesota Vikings. Now, you guys are one in four and that's what matters most to you overall. But what were you seeing legitimate improvement with all facets of the team that maybe not super obvious. Well, I think the biggest thing Paul is a few ballgames were starting to get an identity of who we are You know we're we seem to be running the football much better You know we're hitting some big plays on the play actions offensively defensively we continue to get better each and every week we've we've you know we've gone through with each play wins. And losses and each game we we tend to get a little bit better You know obviously third down have been good defensively and and and both sides of the pretty good in the red zone. So we're just GONNA continue to keep trying to get a little bit better each week you know as we're watching our Atlanta game from last year and we had Seven. New Defensive Starters at this point, and that's not including guys like Stephen weatherly and and Ben Gideon and all those guys that were missing. I. Curse and Mackenzie. Alexander and. So on and so forth. Sunday. Whole. Whatever. So you know you're talking we're talking fourteen guys that have never been here that haven't had Ota's have had You know really much training camp. So they're starting to get a little bit better though each each and every week. See that road you went down where you were mentioning all the players who were here last year compared to like who's here. Now you know I know you don't blame stuff on that because you may think it's a losers lament going into that one in four but I mean it it is reality specifically with that offseason where you and other teams probably you have to be patient you know with with with these new players getting better week by week right but it's tough. Yeah. Paulie think about this we've lost we've played three undefeated teams. We've played another team it's lost one game out of five games we've lost to. undefeated teams by one point at the end of the ballgame. So we just keep getting better and and I think turnaround pretty quick. What what do you think? A linebacker Eric Wilson so far mean bars off the season Eric just you can tell from afar EEK tear so much and he's flying all over the place doing the best he can. Yeah, Eric's done a good job He had he had a lot of productivity, the other night you know there's couple poor plays in there as well but you know I think he can continues to be more familiar You like all these guys are with with how how things are working out and his role that he has to play. Now you know he he filled in for Gideon last year when he got hurt and so you know it's a different position for him but a lot of similarities with the stars job description coach when when running back, Alexander Madison didn't get it on the fourth in two feet like after the game flight home whenever Monday digest to pick the spirits up a little bit. No he he's a good back and you know I don't question backs. The you know he probably should about the ball but at the end of the day, those guys are the ones out there making decisions. He had some great runs in the ballgame You know unfortunately, we didn't get that one and You know that's that's part of life and with Alexander in my opinion a fantastic back. Excellent compliment for Delvin what what is smooth or with his game year compared to last year. I think just everything as far as the understanding you know the biggest thing for these guys concepts in in the passing game whether it be routes or whether it be. Protections, and so I, think he just has a much better feel for all those things he's he's able to see the different exotic blitzes and and pick up those guys extremely. Well, this is our last chat for a couple of weeks and I know that greatly saddened you will you be able to get some rest during during the bye week or or is it all like tear down the first six games and make it about? Well. We're definitely going to have to look at everything that we've done kind of big self scout there for a while. You know where where we were weak one to where we are weak six, take a look at those seats in again look at you know our personnel is different in a lot of lot of different ways. So okay how are we adapting to these personnel and where do we go from there and then you know we'll try to get some that you know. Obviously, we all got to get a little bit arrested players need to get some some time off and get away from myself in the rest of the coaches. So. but And then get ready come back you know I got a text today that. When I was in Dallas, in nineteen, ninety, five Barry Switzer went for four th and one in Philadelphia didn't get it and we end up winning the superbowl. Oh holy cow see and I think the Vikings and ninety nine Mata started like two and four finished ten and six ended up going to the postseason time for two more. The, the way these guys are fighting for you from the Tennessee game on all season. But specifically, those three is, are you sensing that the identity of like this group is is defining itself. You talked about identity offense is really good. Defense is getting better game by game but this individual group, what are Your Bank? I think they're starting to get a lot better feel for one another you know. Who We've got a lot of young guys playing right now and for them to feel comfortable around, you know brought a bunch of veterans not having a virtual. only having virtual they're starting to get a better feel for it and I think the veterans are starting to push these guys a little bit harder now which they need to do, and I think it's starting to show. Now these falcons rolled the dice in the offseason with Todd Gurley and he's making game seems like it's working okay why it seems like they. Throw seventy percent of the time in run like thirty I. mean The it's just they have an imbalance there does that yeah but they run the ball very, very effectively You know they'll run the ball on third down to run the ball on first and second down with some of their things. Their offense line has five first round draft picks that start form that. Can Be physical downhill players as well as the wide zones that that similar our offense Zim Beans Zim, Atlanta Falcons play by play voice west. Durham joins the Fan Hey ben Labor's not with us today but just as a reminder weekly appearances nine to noon brought to you by Douglas and todd, small batch Bourbon whiskey. So girly back in the game. Ridley Zacchaeus to the right. Tied in. The left that tight end is hers now. Ridley his comfortable left side and they follow him they going to hand the ball to girly big whole left side Todd Twenty fifteen, ten, five, touchdown Atlanta. Todd Gurley goes thirty, five yards, thirty three and Lana hits all three third-down tries in the drive and the Falcons. Make it look easy their first possessively. I liked courtesy sports radio ninety, two, nine, the Game Falcons radio network in Atlanta typically fantastic call. One of the best in the business West Durham play by play voice for the Atlanta Falcons joining us now West Welcome to twenty twenty, right you you. Guys Okay over there. Hey, it's always fun to visit with you. Yeah. We're doing sign like to find a win somewhere along the way but yeah, everybody everybody's doing okay. It's man what a weird year this has been so far and when it comes to finding a win with all due respect to both of our squads you know better than than me you've done longer than me and it's never easy man I mean are only win against a winless Texans team and we had to sweat will fuller in the Calvin Johnson role for five minutes just to get that victory at on the last play of the game. So I mean. seriously. Though with everything that's transpired in the smart named Chapter Started Espn tweet the five positives falcons or excuse me reports come out. Let's hold our verbiage horses that that's pretty much where we are right now. Right? Yeah I mean, we're not GONNA get I I don't know how much more information we will get. Either reported by the team as you know, this is all different for us covering these teams, right because of the cheer system and all the things you gotta go through just to even enter the facility as somebody covering squatted different So yeah, I mean there's all sorts of different dynamics in play you're. So I don't know how much we're going to get today and today's a big day i. mean you know in our world Thursday? Is is valuable day he may be the open locker room section but Thursdays, and Fridays are are pretty much working meetings day for so for them to close it today and push this stuff, the virtual you know doubles down not only your preparation for Sunday. But in the case of Atlanta this now he marches the interim head coach and all those changes you can only imagine it's probably a little bit more chaotic that it would normally say now. With Mr Mr Blank and those within the organization opting to move on from the coach and the general manager after a known five start. To to to do that during the course of the battle specifically, this early did it surprise you at all I mean honestly, it surprised me a little bit with the timing. I think people who maybe if your if your way from this organization and you saw kind of the way it started and you thought, well, you know what? They still went six into the back half last year but I'll take you back to week one last year. Where they you know they didn't look good at all out of the gate last year at US Bank, right? I. Mean it was it was a great performance by the Vikings and allows the effort by the Falcons in the contest there and Atlantic could just ill afford to have that type of start again without some consequences and I I think both. Tan, Dan and Thomas to Metro for probably realistic and saying, Hey, look you know we needed to get off to a better start than we had sure they'd like to stay and keep trying to to work this thing. But your own five and the second most important thing behind division games right in our conference games, and in the way that we may have truncated season the factor Owen five and they're all NFC Games doesn't do anybody any favors in terms of what you may get for postseason. Then Mr, blank was pretty candidate I, thought during the week when he said Hey look we started into this season saying it was playoff or bus and they do it. So I think when they probably saw the Owen five, go up on the board Sunday afternoon at four fifteen. They probably knew the the GIG was up and that's that's probably okay. The early changed though allows for Mister Blank Rich McKay who I think's one of the most gifted people in football period at any level to assess kind of where the team is and in their hiring process for GM and then head coach, and also as you know Paul the way that relationship's GonNa work going forward that's always the tricky part that somehow or another I think is always a little different with each of the thirty two teams in the League when he four right down to it. Now when a back to the back to the lesson at hand. Obviously without guessing, we're not GONNA do that. But when when clemson rookie a J tyrrell within the last few weeks got bit dirt drive by the virus during during the pandemic purge. Do you remember like what the field was around there I mean it did did people get nervous that you know this is GonNa be widespread and stopped because you know you had that and that kind of what was at the beginning of some virus related situations with like a Tennessee titans stuff like that So do you remember what that was like and and you know what? What the team in the NFL probably learned from that moment? You know it's interesting terrell thing kind of went by the board pretty quick but I think it was in talking to a couple of guys who were friends on the you you got the sense that. There was a feeling like, Hey, you know we just gotTa make sure we we still go about our ways. The way we intended to go about right. You know when you came out of camping I don't know how it was the vikings you may have to this as well as I do on the BALCON. When you came out of Cam you said there was. Okay. We're moving to a different part of this, but we still have to kind of adhere to the same concepts right as they get there and training camp and I think that's one of the things that lend up on into. But when Terrell got it, I didn't sense gears moved very much even the other day with the announcement of Marlon Davidson it seemed. To be a little bit like Tyrrell deal a one time one shot deal. The thing that they had another one yesterday and it's moved to a different level. They did release yesterday they. They had intensified their levels of protocol which I think something's do when they get another positive test. Now, if there's one, the team says one more this morning at a release shifter. Said what four more or something like that. If that is, in fact, the case then you know Sunday certainly the ballots. If you go by contact racing because as you know, that's kind of what got the titans in off the line. The other day was the positives in addition to the tracing and I've seen that happen several times with college team. So let's see. What goes on the next twenty, four hours in relationship to the contact tracing animal by the way since they are testing daily in the NFL that's important to remember. Is there anybody else that verges positive? I would say based on what we've seen with the other NFL teams. If we see another positive, then we've probably got a problem and Sunday may be in the. Balance and who knows it and we're speculating here again, if if they get more contact tracing involved with just the one or two thousand, it's up until the second one is not a player. So what what kind of tracing will be done on that second one if in fact, it impacts the team itself and based on kind of some of those logistics as. Well West Jerem longtime play by play voice for the Atlanta Falcons on the nine to noon show at ten ten good morning discussing the fout the news this morning about Garrone virus and the Falcons the Vikings play the Falcons this weekend you know you you test I tasked I'm not sick seven taught test a week guy like the tier ones and or Some of the tier, twos by you know how it works and you know what's happening today. So they get get those tests this morning from bio reference and and you know some things pop positive. So then the first step is, let's make sure the positives are not false positives because the vikings in August had it was between eight and fifteen false positives and they. Shut down the training Campbell thing came back relatively soon false positives were sorry. Please continue with your business. So there's that secondly I would imagine poc point of contact testing will be play immediately for you guys where you know. You got the bio reference bit that comes back the next day point of contact you gotta wait in your car in the parking lot flowery branch and then they they say, okay. Okay. What's your claim Ma'am twenty minutes after taking the test then the next thing is and sharing this this way simply because of everything I either went through heard or saw after that titans fiasco with the Vikings man and after that. It's going to be the incubation word with you know now now, do we have to wait Friday Saturday whatever to see if more pop up so I mean long story longer here us if it is a Tuesday night game I've been to Tuesday night football handling school We need to talk that day to talk about the Bio rhythmically speaking what it's doing football game on Tuesday night we we had one and twenty ten. Get you the phone numbers for Bills Defensive, coordinator Leslie Frazier and bills. Special teams coordinator. He farwell because they were part of the twenty ten vikings who played on Tuesday and recently played on Tuesday. Sadly they lost and that's twenty twenty West that whole diatribe by just shared you know PA isn't it? Amazing though we're making a go with this and they're doing it as. Best, they can you know and you know I spent a lot of time in the college game right in in July I didn't think there was any chance college football was going to go right there the big ten jumped and then the PAC twelve jump in the ACC and the SEC in the big twelve Kinda hell course. Well, remember the SEC waited until the twenty. Six to get going the SEC the ACC started on the twelfth of September and yeah, there have been some games that if moved hell, we got three games on December twelfth already I mean it you're GonNa have some interruption tear the NFL is GonNa end up in that that week eighteen that's GonNa happen here somehow or another I'm fully convinced that's why they moved the. Pro Ball last week. Yeah. I mean I'm fully convinced of it and I think what? We all gotta get used to the fact that if we ultimately get to the Games, that's a good thing. It's better than not having the Games and it's funny in this part of the world, we see you know look Florida Lsu's already been tabled this week Vanderbilt Missouri Table. Looks like Georgia and Alabama may be in trouble You know we'll. We'll see kind of how this goes, but the NFL was not gonna be able to to get away clean on this just wasn't going to happen and everybody says, well, it works for the NBA. Well, we don't have one and seventy one million dollars to form a bubble with thirty two teams and you. Know at some point, we may get to that but right now, I I don't I don't see any way that You know we're not going to have some impact at least in the long game here as we try to get through this last I am faith over fear Guy I'm not fear guy so I am no way am attempting to be to spread fear with. What I'm about to say, but I think there's a ninety two and a half percent chance. It's only going to get worse at with what's happening right now with cold and flu season and weather changes and okay. So and so has the sniffles. Let's after we shared the test is right. Okay. It's not grown a virus. It's not the flu somebody had the audacity to simply. Have a common called I. Just Mentally I, I'm just embracing for this situation that we're facing now to only get worse with these NFL teams that as the season moves on specifically into winter do you agree? Yeah, absolutely I think we're GonNa all have to be you know it's funny the word flexible and Nimble impacted our lives more than they do right now right? What if what if there's a week eighteen and played this game and things have not gone well for your team you already fired the coach where one more got note we lost a Neil Hunter may be for the season bars out for the season. So on, say a bunch of kid corners as on his on and so on know and then you got a couple of non playoff teams like in a game week eighteen i. Just. I can't see that masochistic thing transpiring unless it involves like well, the only way these people can get paid is to play the game. Then it's then it's going to be like two hand touch man nobody's GonNa wear get hurt and spend their off season rehabbing ACL. Well, it'll be you know what it'll be like it'll be like a pro bowl game that just got cancelled. So from last one ma'am. I appreciate your time West Man? I. It's a Weird Day for you Play by play guy for Atlanta Falcons in Georgia. Falcons. And Vikings in question but but definitely, still on as of now out football wise Chris Lindstrom I know Vikings loved him last year they took Gareth Bradberry they love him to Lindstrom with that injury last year didn't really get a chance to see what he can do. Housi- playing Chris. Lindstrom the BC kid. Is He really good? Yeah he's played very well he and Gary I think are also pretty good start for an office. It just hasn't found any rhythm to be honest of all. The the offense has been Balki. A Best Ryan's numbers are not great. Run numbers struggled except for girlies. First one hundred yard game almost two years last Sunday I. Is Young, Alex. Max, and older kids Jake Matthews. Obviously he's been around but they're gonNA try and work this Hennessy youngster they drafted out of sample in there to go with Lindstrom and mcgarry you can see those three guys as the as the pillars of the future. For, whoever the GM and the head coach or they're not going to have to worry about three spots in the offensive line and really Hennessy the prospects for him are interesting because he guards center combination. I think you somebody that also way they can take care of Mac. But the Lindstrom mcgarry moves were you know you gotta go through those growing pains with young, right but right now those guys have. Done. A really, really nice job on the right side and I think they're also decent start some days. Yeah. It's a harder road to cut but right now I think for the most part they've done pretty well, you call Road Games TV's like I am or is there a chance if we play Sunday you'll be in the twin cities. Now I'm I'm GONNA be staring at fifty eight inch monitors. I perfectly honest though you know you're one of my favorites you date. Greg Lobby I always like seeing you guys so but that's the hard part. You know you develop friendships in this business. Over the years, right that's what this business is great for, and I've missed seeing a lot of my friends this year I told raval the same thing, the longtime seahawks guy and you know Jeff Johnny Act when the bears rents out its if that's the tough part man because you know this is like your like your Santa Friends you have in the business world and when you miss them, it's tough but you know we'll get through this and get back to more normal football maybe sometime soon, I hope my first game I don't know about you. I had Jonathan Taylor as Jordan Wilkins or Jordan welcomes Jonathan Taylor seven times. I. Made More Identification Mistakes in my first TV game that I've made in three years. The is from the TV to the all twenty two I mean as the kids would say was ll. I've now done three of them including a Sunday night against Seattle and you know, then you just settle into the broadcast the way it needs to be directive and energetic and share with the fans so that they have a good time to and mandates odds twenty twenty. So it's all good right there, and if you get a win, it's like the better day than they started. Yup and as I told Wayne Laravie before he headed into the first game of the season. One of the best team announcers in the history of the NFL you know he he we chatted up to the Lambeau game against the Lions his first excuse me the packers game against the Vikings, and so I'm US bank stadium no fans anthems, Plane Berry very you know can be a spiritual stimulating moment you're looking out there with no fans I mean that was a gut. Punch sure you've felt it I'm talking to Wayne you know and then I left the conversation and I'm like, wow, having Wayne Laravie call a game off TV, is like asking Picasso to connect the dots puzzle and then like put it in the lube you know what I mean That's just A. Get you got man West you're the best appreciate your time on a busy day. Have a good day I. Think all anytime. Always great visits. Yep See tell David. Archer I say hi, you gotTA. Westrom. Vox for the Atlanta Falcons game or no game that is the question ten twenty in the love. Covenant Oh Geo see Gary Kubiak coming up around the corner with the Kube Credit Report Burke Bid at eleven o'clock and much more. But I the fan in which jewelers want to put a grand in your hand every hour new key word in a new chance to win a thousand dollars. This hour's keyword is rich it won't make you rich. While, maybe a thousand dollars makes you rich and that's awesome but text rich to two hundred, two, hundred. 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The plan but fails in the spring the turn green too that harvest on. All the bank downtown dot. A handshake money. The Best Luth Brian Number you have found. Or what will be our fourth ban on the farm segment? Yeah. Could be the fourth of four hundred coming your way. And we WANNA thank access seed at a x I s underscore seed via twitter for the for the fan on the farm. Love with FM one hundred, point three Kfi am Yeah Vikings Falcons is postponed I mean tomorrow during the Friday feast, which just do some combine call outs for its first hour of the show I said if o F F. No status changed the game. Wow you gotta be careful. You Never? Know Who and door HAL somebody is listening? It's true like by messing around going like Hey Sauce I know you're looking for breaking Vikings News on twitter. Why don't you go with the fact that Brian O'Neil is not gonNA play in the Falcons Game When suddenly that's about draft out with which he is playing in the Falcons game they're not if there is about pins game but you just got to be very careful with the way you phrase things involving everything in the age of rage age rage but Moron. Valk. Falcons and Vikings with news due within the next fifteen minutes. But DOT now, it behooves nine to noon to celebrate farmers doing their thing on a chilly Thursday. And he gives you the chicken sounder wants more just so I could hear it place Hashtag fan on the farm. Via Twitter. Unity check. Donaldson sent me a text though fan on the farm home all baby. Donaldson. Daily. About grandma got a good. We can do it sweet. Hey, we just got In a roundabout way, we just got permission to give away a one hundred dollars visa gift card and a sweatshirt from car heart. Yeah. Fan on the farm. Yeah. I mean procedure and working protocol very important denied to new. So if we want to do fan on the farm and celebrate a farming Friday on a Thursday proper procedure got down. Baby Donaldson Mr Big Island along with program. Director Shake Mohammed bin. Rashid Al Maktoum. You know you don't crack the microphone and just start giving away visas. Now or car heart sweat shirts, you got to get permission to do it. So we have and here they are down on the farm that is nine to noon. Hashtag van on the farm via twitter take a picture of what your chilly. Thursday may be looking like on the farm and you you may win that one hundred dollars Visa Gift Card and Carl Hart sweatshirt courtesy of access seed. Now you can't get bit down on the farm while you can but you don't WanNa get down on the farm because. Machinery won't fix itself. True. Silos are not billing themselves. You can't reschedule in the harvest season and. You know there is a P. A. IN PSA as in public service announcement drivers specifically those on county roads. When you come behind the grain cart or somebody pulling corn head on a trailer. Be Very, very conscious and also safe and recognize that could be a very precarious situation for the individuals on the green card or somebody pulling corn at on a trailer. Yeah. Give them. Space were trying to pass people on gravel roads. Let's just everybody take a breath let the corn and the grains get to where needs to go. I don't know if Jake farmer. Included you on the tweet that was sent to me that I saw when in the timber tech, what's Ondeck set list I put one zero, one, five fan on the farm and Jake the farmers sent me just the the most beautiful picture with blue skies it's a sunny day. And Jake the farmer and his crew moving cows to the fall pasture. mean. I did see it I also tweeted it out peaceful or those heifers walking up and down that street to the vault pasture. Oh, just grazing on grazing on grazing. They're. Just. Think about a twenty twenty. Thou- Vikings isn't going to happen. Can you believe what? Matt Burke set on that channel you picture how quiet it is that I just like stop pulling so hard on my dates yes. Okay. I. Understand I have something you covet and the world needs milk stopped polling so hard you're eighteen Mitee Flies off their butts with their tales right now, and that's their biggest problem in the middle of a day and I am jealous outside of farmer John Pulling on those teats too hard and jt shaping those seats, and now all of a sudden. Harriet the happen. To good with the teats. So then you know the the heifers, they're negotiating ground to get to their fall pasture. You know what are they sweating? Proper proper grass and everything with which on which to. Graze. Stops eighteen my. Little cold outside you gotTa Heated Barn for me. And let's do the whole thing over tomorrow Hashtag fan on the farm. Post a picture from your farming exploits today. Thanks to access seed may win yourself a visa gift card and a car heart sweatshirt though absolutely I posted a photo yesterday of some pork that I smoked and I ain't I feasted upon yesterday fan on the far given it up for Minnesota poor. To make room for those pigs on the shelves when the farmers are out there right now, the Allen in covenant harvested beef. And tomatoes and lettuce and onions. From a farm known as lions tap I think in south. Eden Prairie Oh yes. Lions that North Shock Copy East Chan. I don't know what it is. It's prime grade, a medium cooked beef I'll the harvest was good. Harvest was good. Harvests was very good. Thank you. Lions doubt about that this. This guy you have mentioned on twitter he's bringing heifers down the road down on a chilly. So he's he's going to need a car heart sweatshirt for that. No doubt. On a chilly October Day, our version of harvesting is going to lions tab or sweating if there's an open self checkout lane at target emails with what you're doing mid October with far main and you know like what's going on in your world fan on the farm I mean. Here's the deal. If you live in a city that actually is called Nimrod and say your name is Paul and when you're having a casual conversation, you somehow have to describe yourself as Paul from Nimrod. You deserve that one hundred dollars, Visa Gift Card, and the car heart sweatshirt Ohio. I mean I'm from Nimrod let great conversation starter and that's a fact Neil from Nimrod though those of you and Bram Uppsala up. Up Salah Marietta Wayne talking about Georgia because the Falcons probably got bad gene from Geneva. Bill from MILLVILLE. Mail from Bill Vail. Ville from Bill. Mill. Machinery fix itself bill. Gene. From Geneva. Those of you listening and thank you. Haluk Carl at the CO OP. Thank you, Wyckoff. wyckoff. Thank you wyckoff. And finally? We recognize. Not only is it getting urgent? It's time to get the beans out of the ground and start on the corn. That is your lot in life. Those dryers well. They're going around the clock. Make. Sure to keep your coffee thermos fall copies, not gonNA brew itself. Beans and corn they're not gonNA dry on their own actually they could. But the coffee is not going to brew itself Silos won't fill themselves. Machinery AIN'T GONNA fix itself farmers we got you. It is a farming Friday on a Thursday that makes up nine to noon. We are thinking of you and we're thanking you for the wonderful work. You do year round to assist in putting food on tables. Twitter Hashtag ban on the farm sent a picture might win a gift card from visa and or a sweater from car heart. Gary Kubiak. Oh. Gee. Oh, see. Time. Now, for the Vikings Report on the Fan presented by pilot Games Vikings offensive. Coordinator Gary. KUBIAK JOINS PA AFTER THIS FROM PILOT game. Gary Kubiak Atlanta Dion Jones Kiana O.`Neil Oluwole Con. Grady. Jarrett. They have some talent on defense. What what do you see the Falcons? Flying around Obviously, they've been playing a lot of defensive had some injuries they blow some people couple of guys on the back end. So you know and you know I don't know much change. We'll see this week but plan very hard in some some high school football games and you know come up a little bit short but you know very capable and make him play getting turnovers those types of thing you know I think we gotta stay focused on ourselves and everything we can possibly do. Plays cleaners we can play for our team Stockins are they had a coaching change you know or earlier in the wake up you're you're GONNA get there. You're going to get their best aren't you? Oh absolutely Paul I. Mean there's a lot of pride in this league. Everybody's everybody's got good players in good coaches and There's a fine line in weekend and week out and You know this team will respond. We know we'll get everything they have You know last year we open with them. I think the ball twelve times in that game probably a little bit different type of football game. But you know got a great player front that we struggle to deal with last year and we'll have to deal with him again and deal with a lot of. Playing a lot of different different fronts and different. Function on a chilly Thursday by request. We welcome you to nine to noon. It is love strain. Who? Underway with news do not. Momentarily. First Philby and a thanks for the email to booth occa- and DOT COM Rajon Brian inbox. Mr Philby and rights once a week with music requests and mileage forget to share them with mad producer P- not this time. LOVES TRAIN HERE FOR YOU my friend whomever you are. You're very kind and always, very nice when you write to love strain. So the eleven doesn't change for burke bed. It's it's a johnny cash bitch. An you know some of these songs Nardo some you don't. I'm just GONNA rattle off five names for the eleven twenty. One of these for a dedicated listener ready yet. Outstanding. Love Come. Down A night to remember the second time around. GotTa get you home tonight. GotTa. Get you home tonight. GotTa get you home tonight Eugene Wild. Okay okay. Thank you. Bye. Also Brian. Acts Doll. Thanks for a ban on the farm booth the KFI DOT COM eight, million emails. God, bless all of you because Brian is. Watch. On, the farm pain the last week corn and green beans. Gavin persons to both the KFA DOT com wants to remind us as farm life goes hashtag ban on the farm. Thank you access seed. underrated. Facet. Stepping up to help those getting hurt in farm. Yeah. Is He can't get it on the farm because if you get bit on the farm, the machine machinery doesn't fix it out right and if earl on the farm next door hurt himself trying to fill the silo and then you gotTa Help Earl but you don't want to help earl if you're bit because you don't want earl to get bit then bessie gets bit and then we don't get soybeans and corn to vicious circle this two, thousand and twenty. They don't live a quarter mile from urgent care like those of us that live in suburbia do and so when earl is trying to fill the silo something happens and let's just say he needs. Immediate assistance in how well Daryl from next door has HASTA hop off his combine run over there do a little amateur triage. Yeah. Until he gets helping me and what if the doctor cletus six and a half miles away? What if he gets bit and he's like the only doctor within fifty miles of Nimrod and he's just gotTa finish delivering that baby it. He'll be right over delivering babies in Nimrod on the fan. Finally Brady. F- Fuego, few guile. Fugel. Let's go feudal Brady F. He's feeding next year's crop near Gorup. Of this nice ass truck pickup truck. You, know Brady the hydraulics with that truck. They're not gonNA. Fix themselves. So we respect you for the work you put in each and every day. Supporting. Ban, on the farm. News. Truncated. Truncated addition brought to you by Canterbury's car senile poker blackjack table games chickens. Just go to Canterbury Park Dot Com Bok Bok Bok your way to the money round. You're so lucky number. Core. Football. There is. Some news related to the Minnesota Vikings and Falcons on Sunday. There's no new news that's. Correct skin in the purred Bessie I received a call during the break heifers do not produce milk. Therefore, it's a low chance that there would ever be shaved. The latest news we have on Falcons Vikings is that it was not four players who tested positive this morning it was, but one member of the personnel, a coach of some sort. So we wait to hear further confirmations, further news, all of those things rookie defensive and believe Marlon Davidson and or tackles defensive lineman let's say. He was added to Dacoven list yesterday, and so he's on the list because he did test positive and now another member of the personnel is tested positive. But at this moment, you will hear the boom noon following the pre-game preaching your home for Vikings football the fan with the Falcons they. We are accidentally innovative with Minnesota Vikings because we are guiding case studies for how to handle things when you are in close contact with those who get. Bit, and you come back with zero positives. That's That's case study stop and the Falcons they're innovative because they really started all this. WOULD THEY J Terrell the rookie corner from Clemson he got bit three weeks ago and they got through it, and then now they're dealing with this, which means we're dealing with this, which has the Carolina Panthers living with this because they played out the falcons, which means the NFL is in the midst of. Pondering, the purge and that's where we are correct Let me see here John Bell Jeremy Fowler reports on bell released by the jets have believe yesterday are Jeremy Fowler reporting that he could be picked up or is choosing potentially between the dolphins bills or chiefs as early as today could choose by the way the the next three opponents of the jets are the dolphins, bills and chiefs. Wows I wish. I wish I was just into the jets not be I wish I knew more about this. Because it's like when lady on bells representation whether it's you know from the running back or not does this taking my talents to south beach you got to sit back and wait my guy your guy hasn't been fresh in three years and it's not taking my talents to Kansas City type thing. Yeah. But I mean he's incredibly good and wants up to speed and then shave he may help somebody immensely. But the my guy let splash was social media that my guy is going to choose between one and three teams short. Yeah. He hasn't been. He hasn't done anything in three years I couldn't care less back on the Minnesota Vikings Hercules Mata'afa. Interior. Defensive Linemen was released according to Chris Thomasson reporting that he tweeted a clown Emoji after being released he did actually delete the tweet and upon the team announcing his return to the Minnesota Vikings practice squad the first forty or so comments on the Vikings tweet were indeed clown emojis. I was just hoping wound Chris, Lindstrom this weekend but now the Games in question. Yeah we'll see Nick Sabin test positive for covert. So the state of Alabama announces that the virus is no longer a hoax. The probowl has been reimagined, there will not be a pro bowl festivity weekend taking place in twenty twenty. They'll still announce the pro bowlers. I, believe that was January thirty first somewhere in that area twenty twenty one is the pro bowl that's not gonNa Happen Yup that does conveniently make way if you were to push the playoffs back and now there's a week. Eighteen for a couple of non-playoff squads to make a game from week six, you'll see just remember a big boss has Raymond James Five Consecutive Sundays in February. He has Raymond James is big red's every Sunday in February if he wants it and that was that that was shared Saturday's with sauce months ago. Yeah. Big News I don't believe is that public information? I don't know if it is I'm just telling you the Super Bowl can be played any Sunday in February and and that would be status quo for twenty twenty. The NFL. Is Pushing through there's no doubt about that the dodgers put up eleven runs in the first inning yesterday they win fifteen to three over the braves it's Kershaw back from those back spasms he'll start today against Bryce Wilson they're down to one in the series to Atlanta. Four o'clock Houston grinded out a four three win yesterday game fives today Houston Down Three Games to one to the raise What else do I have here pro bowl we said that No Thursday night football tonight because it was originally supposed to be the chiefs and bills. Super. Squares takes fat AL, bills played on a Tuesday as in two days ago. So I believe that game has been moved to Monday. It'll be a four pm kick-off. And then lastly, on a negative real life note, which is sad and actually Cova Related Hall of Fame Defensive End Fred Dean Dean was H. O. F. and and I'll admit he's before my time because he won two super bowls in the early eighties with the San Francisco Forty niners Super Bowl sixteen in one, thousand, nine, hundred, four, time pro bowler couple time first team all pro he was elected into the H. O. F. in two thousand, eight, I believe but Fred Dean, it was announced he died at the age of COMP aged, Sixty, eight, seventy. Seventy eight. Yeah, I believe so. Okay. At any rate, he died at the age of sixty eight or seventy eight due to complications from covid nineteen God rest the soul of Fred. Dean. Burk bit around the corner. It's nine to noon at FM? One Hundred Point Three K. Introducing touch free payments from paypal a safe way if your customers to pay whether you're a market seller. Poodle Pamper. Piano tuner. Or plummer. Signing up to accept touch free payments for your business is easy. Simply download the pay pal APP and display your own unique qr code for your customers to scan touch free qr code payments. No seller fees until twenty twenty one not applicable to pay your transactions. Other fees may apply shop safe with pay. Pal. Fair. When you get the balloon. When you get. Rock and roll. Why. Don't you get the blues? Later she. Never, get slow down, but he's got the dirty job in town. On the windy corner of thirty three with I asked him money Sean. Power to keep from getting the. Blues. Grandma's we raised his little. Shine ragging. Did Rhythm. and. Blues come on. When you get the balloons. Jumping Brook bit. Old. Get some verbal rhythm here, Burkey Burkey what's going on? Now nordahl shared. During Newsday Nord, a hall of Famer. Fred Dean out of the Great Fred Dean Defensive. End for the San Francisco forty. Niners back in the day that that he died do to covert related circumstances sixty eight year old guy hospital last week I believe early this week with cove and subsequently sadly, he has died at sixty eight I can't remember exactly the he's a multiple super bowl winner. Okay. Now Norma what'd you say super bowls what see I think it was in nineteen with the niners would been early eighties. Okay. So that That probably was a super bowl win. Against Ken Anderson and the Cincinnati bengals where it provided one of them what was I think that victory. And it provided one of the Great. chills stories when everything is Hans and everything is loud. You're gone games close and were heavily favored. We Got Joe Montana Roger Craig Jerry Rice and John Taylor and and and Ronnie? Lott and Merton Hanks. and. We've got all these things and it's a tight game as a heavy favourite against Cincinnati. So they're in a time out and the niners are in the red area they're about to go in and everybody is just tense and nervous and racking in the purge and Joe Montana's Jill. Man and looks behind the the goal post, and if if if legend is accurate, he looked behind the goalpost right before they broke the hoddle come on and was like. Hey Guys I. think that's John Candy in the fourth row I always loved that one he's got what is it a shallow crosses? The designer running is the draw counter trey are we going to get somebody can burke poll who had banana do right I think that's John Candy in the crowd at our gay man. That's pretty cool. I mean on the other side of that the report in a super bowl I against the New England patriots very late in the game people cracking in the purge anxiety really high and Donovan mcnabb throws up a model I always love that. So it's just kind of dichotomy. Of this pressure pressure. Immortality and quality quarterback wonderful wonderful career. But big difference. I think the coolest stories John Candy who was a superstar in the eighties I mean everybody knew John Candy he wasn't exactly like your average, Joe Looking Guy and he was all over the place with movies and and and I think he's just sitting in the stands granted good seats. He's got fourth row end zone. Yeah. But just in the with everybody else like bag at that time, you could do that nowadays the whatever whoever modern John Candy as they they'd be rolling up in. A LIMO like middle the second quarter entourage private. Sweet. You know sunglasses no pictures. No autographs. He's just chilling probably probably had a couple of flat beers and It was just enjoying the game with everybody else sick time TV star in studio as names Matt Burke. Super squares takes an Elvis evening due to the per I'll not really okay. Now hold on, we'll get into the super squares piece here momentarily but big time TV star huge from an appearance on Fox News the other night where where did you take? Where was your part? Was Right, at the end was the closer, they don't, but wasn't at your house or like, oh no, I went to I went to a studio in downtown Minneapolis and when you left said studio, that's what it sounded like as you walked out the cameras or flashing their like Mr Burke Mr Moore age of rage wants you to clarify this Mr Burke. Mr. Berg Age of rage wants you to verbally tweeter response to something I saw earlier big-time TV star. Actually there's really nobody in downtown Minneapolis at night these days unfortunately and I learned that now I've been to Minneapolis several times since the purge began through George Floyd everything never at night. I emceed. Chad. Greenway lead the way foundation man he's a Monday I. Attempt Consecutive Year. I've done it. No no Vikings inclusion. Understandably, they're testing six days a week gotTA DO ABC and deed not get bed so like no Rudolph and stuff like that. But where I parked the little lot in which I park. Say last year sixty cars at about. Six, fifteen in the evening might have been very tumbleweed blowing through said parking lot and in departing to get three ninety, four West just riding around a little bit. You're right. I mean to see the boards up on the glass area WC CRTV across from the Hilton you know and just and just driving negotiating the town at the Monday night you know it's about eight, thirty, eight, forty, five ish but you're right man nobody nobody walking around honestly I drove down there reminded me of Saint Paul Down Saint. Paul when I grew up I mean same thing just nothing happening and It's sad. It's. Really sad you kind of I. Don't know you. Hope you hope it rebounds at some point now Nordahl you you caught Matt burks box news performance. Yeah. He was Tucker inclusion live Would you care to like he's used to coach? Is Coach me up grading his performance? After Games yeah. via the very, very aggressive and special grades I. How did Young Matthew Do on? TV, and that's a big channel. It was a big channel and a lot of people watch that particular show on that particular station and I thought I thought he did fantastic. He was clear. He was articulate. He was passionate about his viewpoint and he came. Came across as I think very endearing individual who. Very much of course is is passionate about pro-life and in that type of conversation and I, thought you did a fantastic job with Tucker. An Ra you just you just set yourself up your twitter feed is on fire. It's not gonNA work twitter feeds, GonNa. Look like mine. Why? Because I mentioned pro-life. So it's a hot top-. Why and I cracked in the purge yesterday timing wise rich Kotite light clock management yesterday. So I didn't get the opportunity to watch the bit back which I wanted to. It's very short. It won't take long about two and a half three minutes. Said why did they invite you like what was the bit the the bit was with the Supreme Court hearings with amy, Coney Barrack Obama pro-life and sort of being attacked for your for your release. That see yes. Okay. Torius say the notorious. All what was that? What's happening here? It's like we have a very clandestine covert passive aggressive little thing that circulating here right now with like R I p Your mentions r.i.p or I don't understand what you guys are talking about well, that particular reference notorious B I g and we all know him three of US although him Ruth Bader Ginsburg, was known as the notorious RPG. They kind of took that over and people who are were big fans of repeater Ginsburg are upset oh that. Some people now call Amy Amy, Coney Barrett a CB like, oh, you can't take the three initial thing that we that's our thing. Yeah. Sponge to our side your side can't use it. They find it to be wall. Respectful. This that would be Yes. Exhibit A in the age of rage. Yeah and and not to mention the on twitter you only get I don't know how many characters you get nowadays, but it's just it's shorter right? Just put a CBC you can save space. Make the rest of your your point and Berry Gabe original BG obgyn. Yeah. He's Oh bg yeah you know honestly Barron Anti Oji I was kind of I was raised in the days of DB. In the Wu Tang don't be pinkie. So DB. All dirty faster and rest rest in peace and you have Oh, bj and Problems with I like acronyms. I I liked that. So I'm cool with it. Yeah. I know. But everyone everyone's fired up right now because it's political season and we hate the guy that's an office. A lot of people hate the guy that's trying to replace him an officer court packing. A lot of hate. It's a it's a ton of hate. It's age of rage. It's fine. It's. Taken its toll. So Amy Coney Barrett is being confirmed. She's going through hearings. You replace a Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, the highest court in the land, very prestigious opportunity grade and and so the hearings have been live and in color over the last few days a lot of people didn't know who amy conybeare it was maybe ninety six hours ago a week ago. But now they have very very polarizing opinions on her and in relation he mentioned it replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg certainly a popular well known figure on the court for many many years get get command pause for one second clarification. Yeah. So is it legitimately a thing that somebody or somebody's? Are Frustrated that the great R B G is like used as as the initials. So when they go ACB are people offended. I thought you were joking earlier I'm not I'm dead serious. This is this take the name of going to twitter you take somebody's name and go a CB and somebody is twisting that as disrespect for the other initiatives it's just so volatile because West the freaking stupidest thing I've ever heard sec maybe the tent stupidest thing I've ever heard my life because well, but they've set because right in this is. Just the way it is right. If a Supreme Court justice passes away, that's that's how that's how they're replaced and it just so happened to be in the last the waning months of trump's terms. So trump gets the choose right so it's going to be a conservative justice replacing a very liberal justice and people are just mad at the whole. The whole thing it's like not not it. MIGHT BE I no disrespect. This is like your star player going down with the injury right in a big game right and it's like just very unfortunate. You're mad you're raging. You're just you know you're gonNA curse everything there's too much too much sunshine to much whatever everything's just bad. Yeah, and the key to it is specifically which free I think was kind of a pretense to match joining the show is very, very polarizing. Topic in this country would be Roe v Wade Day. I'll be abortion rights, things of that nature great and and Matt would be the gentleman that joined Tucker earlier this week talking about the pro-life viewpoint of it and kind of idea with. Amy. Coney Barrett in perspective of what she believes in her personal life I believe she would be of the pro-life variety is she's a very devout Catholic. That that doesn't necessarily. Change or sway the waters of what she's able to do at the court from a legal perspective and so mashing all of that together. It's very difficult. It's very emotional. A lot of people are fired up about it but ultimately. Kirk. Not. Kirk Burke. took the stage and he was a star I. Think he should take over for Tucker he should be a fill. Is this. Tie is what transpired a couple of nights ago is this potentially jump starting a new career for you a television career I mean seriously speaking though or public off and I'm not going to be like stick to sports guy or you know big football guy but. As an analyst on the radio or TV of Football Games I think you'd be really good ma'am. Well if you talk about specifically for Football Games, this is might be and I must say nobody cares but people do care I'm just I'm I'm tired of every every color commentator, it's Tony Romo, it's Troy Aikman. Now we got Brian Greasy, I get it their quarterbacks they have notoriety to have appealed. They're good looking I am not a handsome man I get all that but all of the most of the commentary then comes on the position of the quarterback right and to me it's like it's really not that interesting it's either manners zone right Oh it all did you look at a back shoulder throw like we've we've done all that. I think you need to open up people's eyes not educate them. But if you if you had somebody in there who knew line play and what was going on in the trenches from a from a scheme standpoint for matchups when when things break down because when things do breakdown in protection. Or blocking scheme these guys they don't know and they'll. They'll. They'll. They'll. They'll say something about it but they don't really know. I think I think it'd be fascinating I. Think people would be fascinated if you had someone there to talk about what was going on in the trenches because. So oftentimes that dictates then what happens with the throw or run or why the running back oh here wide the. Do this I think that would be more interesting and I don't WanNa. I've mentioned a couple times on twitter I. Don't want to be the guy out there may look I'm pining for a job in the booth because because I'm not but I would love it. If they put somebody in their earliest, maybe a guy on the sidelines the third guy you don't or may the fourth guy they've got the rules experts you know and they have a challenge hey, they just gave up a sack. Let's go to our. Let's go to our our alignment who who, who looks like crap in the suit on the sidelines and ask him what happened. That would be cool. Thank you. Thank you very much. I. Think it'd be cool I mean we've seen who else? Do you got any money. Tony. Basell is a great analyst, right? US Great, Brian Baldinger Graham. He he he post Post Alvin breakdowns. He cuts it up his you know in his in his war room there his house and I'll show you that's not airing the game now during the gave impossible during the no, it's not not if somebody's watching it all the time because because what are these? They're just watching on the field they're just watching the ball and they're saying, oh, I mean they can read owner man. Burkey, I watched the game. Watch. So if you went to me right after, oh my gosh, what happened there I would be able to tell you. So now we're going to be serious. Okay. Serious this whole time Paul you will take me seriously. Okay. M. C. B.. Yeah. Yeah. No Way. AM. RB. Okay Mr be. What's your middle name a? It's Eh from TV and radio standpoint the audience pulling for its team bedding plane fantasy football, the nuance in the intricate nature of what you're describing matters more than a lot that is shared now. But from an audience standpoint if cousins Mahomes, Brady juicy, Iraj flacco whomever. If they throw one way and the analyst I mean the analyst has seen. A receiver or receivers were missed we need air that as opposed to my heavens Travis Kelsey. I mean excuse me Jason Kelsey are you kidding me with that? All all what about what about the work on that YM HOLD We're we're in the people meter devising not losing business place. Thank you. Bye against the culturally this year right What did what did you talk about? What did I? We talked about it on this show obviously, you'd have line who and winch offensive linemen in particular now. So so all line play is sexy and juicy there. There's hard upon there on that bone and cakes or I mean why? Why? When I see tied this hour I think sex appeal and listen would you rather see what would you rather see two guys play tag or would you rather see two guys goat tussle like hand to hand combat? When a DB's covering receiver Oh, a running after a ball care tag. Footsie to warriors going at it and then doing it again and again, and again, that's the story. That's where the drama is. Maybe he's just an on call bit. So Romo gets to analyze the play by play in the midst receivers of it but when there's a strip sack and mahomes gets tackled on his blindside now go to the. Bit Player. What happened in that? Well, let's go down to the trenches and talk to 'em are I'm not talking about replacing Tony Romo and I don't need sixteen million a year to do it I. Don't take half that me what about you agree? I am capital down I'll only take half well great. Then just to get the idea off the ground. But if you settle for eight than the next guy role in up to settle for nine, am on wake up your. Your. Falcons getting bit has shaken. You know super at me. We have superstar. You are shaking right now i. Feel what convince will for Ninety Fallacy Soup that I need to feed my family too but I could do it on a mil thick so I go. Okay. Well, again you're being you're being foolish because that's before taxes. that's burke bit. Super Squares you say that Vikings Falcons. Maybe skull set to roll maybe and. Any updates if there are on. The NFL eight topic, and certainly the Minnesota Vikings topic right now is reports vary early in the day for five members of the Falcons Organization contracted covert Nineteen Falcons came back and said So fast, the Falcons or an NFL spokesperson like well somebody said, and it was legit. Ainhoa four positives with with with us. It was a league related source. Thank you and. I think there was an awesome. 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Simply download the pay pal APP and display your own unique qr code for your customers to scan touch free qr code payments no seller fees until twenty twenty one not applicable to pay off your transactions other fees may apply shop. SAFE WITH PAY PAL. Hall our math. Manhattan, Burke. Time for two more. Breaking Up. Oh well. Shall we begin? Tonight. Feeling. Romantic. Over there gene wilder right now that's what that was for the baby and Bilby whatever that's nice. Man GotTa get you home tonight if you home tonight. Oh This I don't think I've ever heard I've never heard of and I'M AN ELITE R&B mind. It sounds. Absolutely hard at it's. It reminds me of the peace we play forgo hunting burns e. Mara. Yeah. Let me love you Kinda has that that Yeah about twenty years apart. But similar vodka similar live. We'll sub burkey. Just. Chilling now super squares taken out night. No, we've got no game tonight but Sunday you bounce back. Oh, there's football tonight what yes. Oh Bills, chiefs, bills cheap says, Monday four o'clock bills. Chiefs is tonight on Super Swears Dot TV. What battle man game going on we're GONNA. Play Super Swears. We're going to play a real gain if you haven't seen if you haven't tuned into super, swears on twitch super squares that TV or find super squares on twitch DOT TV listen I. Don't think. So because I know you have it because you're obviously you're always busy. prepping for the show. Colin Games Doing Horford. Down at the soup kitchen you're doing. All we have this show that goes on during all day Sundays Monday nights Thursday, nights are super. Squares show hosted by John Blevins we have all sorts of people pop in last week we had jared Allen came on Sunday night we had Brian Urlacher, when the when the bucks played the the bears, the bears all this stuff because John play super swears he talks about it and the leader we always talked about the leaderboard. Fan Sky box I mean you are first of all, you are the ultimate buddy I mean there are so many soda Cafe Nation taken over Super Squares and rightfully. So this is where we is where we planted the seed I but errands for Minnesota Wisconsin North Dakota South Dakota. Got All these cool screen names. You can tell who the vice fans are talk about you. Paul Allen the ultimate body we talked about the leader board I mean it's like it's like it's almost like a golf tournament. Let's check the leaderboard. Let's see. So and so on and so tonight, there's no NFL football on we've got. We've got a man game bills versus chief. We're GONNA play Super Square seven, o'clock seven, thirty, seven, three, zero fan skyboxes will be open in this will be passing out normal prising. Yeah there's. Also. You need to score and guess and all that. If you want to do it tonight doesn't matter I mean I'll be watching I duNno. If you're GONNA be watching. It's bad. It's a little bit It's a little bit different. Yeah. So we're guessing scores and yards and stuff and a video game. Wait I called Madden Games for you with Wamba. You did when I got beaten up by David Moore Morgan in the last seconds were doing the Dan. Rate and Vikings wasn't it? Yeah. That was that was dream I can. Yeah. I was early pandemic, not making myself available to call again this evening. You've seen. I've seen it before. I mean I. Mean depending on what? The what the stack of comps are. Pro Football Hall of fame looks like I mean seven, thirty tonight it's all this. What can I buy on Amazon Save Prize pools if there was a Real. NFL. But we've got we've got madden football and it's GonNa be a lot of fun and it's GonNa be you can be sure it'd about an hour and a half program. Let's it's. It's cool. If if if you're not doing anything, you want you want to see see what we do during normal games go super squares dot. TV or on your smart TV or on your laptop or your tablet or whatever go to. Twitter DOT TV slash super swears researches on twitch DOT TV. It's a lot of fun NFL Minnesota Vikings Atlanta Falcons eight topic DOUKAS allegedly or reportedly got bit anything new with that or or like what honestly it's it's been hear crickets for more than almost ninety minutes now back to the beginning like when we started with the first report spokesperson said was inaccurate yes. What was that that four players or? Was Four members of the Falcons have tested positive. So silly shut down. Then the subsequent report is while that's inaccurate. Actually just one member of the personnel they are remaining closed. The facility is remaining closed for at least today if there are no updates or no more confirmed tests, the speculation is that they would return to practice return the facility tomorrow I have an update. Yeah. Sources I found out. So they said, we're going to close the facility for now. That's the Falcon said Yup and guys like Matt Ryan and Julio Jones and the veteran said, let's just keep it close for the rest of the year. A. Brain and Arthur blank. Hey in the name of safety and the name of capitalism of capitalism and twenty twenty I really appreciate you Julio and Matt Voicing Your opinion and in fact I think you're right and I'm also going to forego your paychecks every Sunday because you get paid to play in game if you're unless you and I'll see at home depot vet on the Atlanta Falcons were over we just fired our coach. This is this is a dumpster fire. This is three and thirteen I mean guaranteed, and now we've got to go through this Yoyo stuff with. But are we playing? Are we not? They don't care they just this season kick it over fast and I'm not I am not of the conspiratorial variety but everybody who says that is a conspiracy theory. A at the end of the equation couldn't care less but I do believe yesterday the Atlanta Falcons for whatever the reason they. Moved there they alerted everybody Thursdays. Practice will be virtual. So I Yeah. I. Happen to believe that and we're gonNA make an opinion. So therefore, it's not a fact. So therefore can't be right or wrong, but I'm I'm not going to be connect the dots guy here with the what about you know like you take it to the significance or the legitimacy of real life right now with Gerona virus and all right. So what door handle did you touch? Did you touch this? Who Breathed on this? What about this? What about eighteen? Thanks I ain't GonNa do that with these falcons I'm just GonNa say if indeed. Yesterday was known to the players or whomever today was going to be virtual. Then maybe everything that's popping this morning today was percolating a little bit yesterday maybe I, don't know I think I know what you're saying this is how I would say it and I just thought of this as you were waxing radically about your conspiracy theory So super tight protocols like this thing is you know this isn't just when you're in the facility I mean, these guys are basically. I mean you you. You're living a different lifestyle than you normally live during the season. There's a lot of things that you are not allowed to do Okay. We're onboard. Let's go. Let's let's. Let's let's like this candle week one week two week three. Now. You're getting the point of season where there are teams that they know. They're now need good and when you're not any good, you're upset you're P owed you know you're into it but you're not really into it. Let's take the Atlanta Falcons for an example and I'm not saying this happened. But the, but could you see this scenario playing out? We're on five just fired her head coach this a lost year. And now they want us to keep living this way that we don't WanNa live. You know we're young. We got money. We wanted we want to have fun. We want to do this for whatever whatever you just just like every normal people were just tired of all this right there's a party that's just you're tired you're frustrated. Are you are you gonNA really adhere to the strict protocol twenty four hours a day for the next three months while you're at work or it's not if it works not the problem. Okay. It's outside the facility. That's where the risk is. Yeah. Okay. Right I know of some stuff that in Tennessee there's I mean there we're talking like. Superstar, like brother is watching everybody everywhere at the Titans Hall, every facility of it is like when you are in the facility like there is no, this is big brother. This is this is big brother and there's there's tracking devices. Yes. Testing and there's all this stuff and again I'm I'm you know this is I I do believe and I might be. Wrong here because I have asked but I do believe those contact racers are with these players and your essentials around the clock they're supposed to be they're supposed to. They're supposed to be right at, and that's what I'm saying is I'm not I'm just saying can't you see the scenario playing out when you're talking about two thousand players League wide and all these Coaches I I would I would assume the coaches are but players young. Right why you going to Be like quote I assume the coaches and quote with the titans. The first guy to get bit was outside linebackers coach Guy. So now now we're GONNA do an there there's a new dynamic in play you set out this plan and Evans says all right. We're on board let's go. We just want to play ball, but now the new dynamic is now for the rest of the season right the longer the season goes more and more teams are going to become irrelevant guys are gonNA say man I'm tired of this or just one time I wanna I wanNA break protocol you want to go out and do something and I mean, this is I don't I think I if I'm if I'm sitting in the seats that y'all have to figure this out make decisions I think it's going to get I think it's GonNa get worse it added to control well I. Believe it's going to get worse because of weather changes and cold and flu season I I don't know if I'm completely reading into what you're saying but I'm going. To formulate an opinion, just let me just put it that. So little opposite of what you're saying and and you know what? Even though you have no idea this is coming I'm GonNa Pause Right now, and you are staying until eleven five three and we are going to Jack all my wife the kids are home from school today. Well, that's fine. I mean they we can watch themselves. Okay. Very responsible kids. BIRKBECK DOT COM. I. Until. Tomorrow. My very well, he only. Wait. Wait until tomorrow. Costa Model. Canal Co.. Eighteen. What? Grade? Could be. Made. I'm ready to smile. Why wouldn't take wants to give me down? The. Most Bill. Ju. Same. Juice box because tomorrow. Is the Friday football feast which means the feast five courtesy of Chop and at Bauer drip bats that You know for some it is a prognosticating segment brothers. It is a name segment in search of a sponsor. With greater good being being the a topic and for others it supplemented Lincoln because nor does been so hot with this picks he's hot I. Say this every week it behooves you to listen to that young man while he's hot because the way Nardo puts it I don't know if it's accurate or not, but he's put it that way on the radio and that way and the rest but. What he's picking Games and looking at it that way. He might go seventy, five percent with the predictions way has he says when he actually puts his money on the over thinks that any lose their? Yeah. So he happens every time same. His real money on it, he's picking for the feast five sponsored by. At power trip bats. So that's happening tomorrow and he's not betting these games and he's hitting at seventy one point six percent for good five weeks. Pretty good. GotTa hit fifty six percent just to get your money back because of the vague mom's up there at seventy, some percent or whatever. That's tomorrow and just just so many unbelievably festive, energetic and stimulating segments planned. Tomorrow quite honestly. I. Can't wait So now with the Atlanta Falcons situation there's nothing new minute to minute second second coverage undoubtedly provided noon to three with the program and then bumper to bumper with Dan Barreiro three to six thirty We nine to noon had Atlanta Falcons play by play voice West Durham on the radio shows in the belly of the beast. And you know he just comes here like what it was like back there no. Predicting in the purge have no idea if we're GONNA play on, Sunday? I. Mean. If it's an opinion or gas and throwing the dice in the air open, it doesn't go save in out Alana wire. I would bet the pass on the game Sunday at noon which means it would transpire and that's the way I would bet wouldn't bet a ton of my stack but. I think the rest of today and tomorrow with the tests and the point of contacts today and tomorrow I think that will determine. Whether they're whether there's a game biking's practice. They're doing the walkthrough right now just down though practice later today darkens our virtual and we wait Ms Twenty twenty man that's all you can do right I. Mean I think that everybody's hoping obviously the game goes on I'm sure the NFL US Open the game goes on you can't. I mean we got we got football Monday at four I mean, that's that's that's insane. Football Tuesday night. I forgot and it was and it was early. Kickoff Return. I said, there's a game on right now. Yeah. It's it's weird but I think everybody's kind of given the grace to everything and now saying that this is this is how it goes but it's like we just heard about it and it's GonNa get Messier and it. It's GonNa it's GonNa Issue I. I really don't know you. You do it. You know the first time the second time he had move some games still got a bye week we can. We can use the by week later in the year the more positive tests less weeks it's I some sort of pause coming. If I had to bet, you have a bit of my staff Oh, speaking of that your name came up in the quarantine lounge at cotton. John's within the last three days. What up become cotton John he's a packers fan but he and I are very close John Out poopie Dave They know each other at school now and they also don't hang out with baby the mouse or or Swami the cotton John. packers, Fan. Gilbert Brown gnome atop his driveway. Wow. March Amara gnome adjacent to the hot tub bald and a Brett Farve gnome right by. The front door just loves the packers very, very loving man very loving family. So we're chatting football doing our thing and he listens to nine to noon in the van and and he brought it up I had forgotten about it. But Oh, my heavens I think you were pressured when he was like the pandemic proof schedule. Burke, you know because now so titan's got bit in football version of a miracle. The Vikings came out of it was Zeros when it comes to positives. Okay. So you move on there but games removed. So we we've had games moved could again this weekend? You're pandemic proofs ten with a ten game schedule ten games. Yeah. Yeah. Lie The fourteen day game gap yeah. I don't know man I don't really honestly I've known your twenty years. I just don't know who you are anymore. Here's what you have the commissioner of the NFL freaking cell phone number side you can text him and he will write back and for some reason, the pandemic purge proof schedule never gained any momentum because you didn't care enough about the game anymore to push it forward and good morning. That's not true. I presented it to all of the to the brain trust out there and I spoke with him about it at length one night after I got done coaching middle. School football right got in the truck phone rings. And for forty five minutes, he told me why. They weren't going to go ahead with the pandemic proof schedule more. We're just going to forge ahead I. got you. So it was it was not okay. I'm not saying like I told you. So I should have done it but you on right now where Roger Go to college Not Harbor Washington and Jefferson or something Harvard no I mean the harbor closed. Let's put it this way if there's going to be a pandemic proof schedule, which was delivered at broken as news on nine to noon and FM one, hundred point three, AF A. N.. So we do the the individuals who will unfurl that undoubtedly would be Jeremy Lin Isaiah Casavant Ski Cameron Braids for Matt Burke Ryan Fitzpatrick. Ryan Fitzpatrick. Undoubtedly and Jake it's the chicken set up at. Nick. Bollore. BIC below or go to Harvard can't remember way might have but he's a fallback. You see he recognized I'll use check doing what? I don't think went to Harvard, but nevertheless, it's like he may not eventual, Michigan? Okay man he didn't go to Harvard but he's Harvard smart because he recognized fullbacks get paid more than six linebacker skier burqas scoff at Central Michigan in relation to Harvard. So Bollore changed after like seven years as a linebacker for the lions he switched over to fullback I always love that one. So he could make a little more money hurry. Donate TV. Tonight. Are. YOU DOING ATV? Doing anything. Tucker last time. I mean Hannity Ingram Greta van Susteren. Fair. Let's go fair and balanced. HOW ABOUT CNN? Why? I would I would love to on CNN do Fox News on a Tuesday. You have to do CNN by Thursday's Barron Bell Sometimes Madel I'm not calling people to get booked. I've just they know how to get a hold of me. I'm not a hard guy. Tucker y'all help you for two and a half minutes and I'll even tweet about it. But we gotta get a super squares pop. And here's the shocker is Burke didn't wear a super bowl ring on TV. Thought, it was a guarantee cal I mean it's all fun and Games until Sean Hannity starts beat me and super squares on Monday and take them on. It has more bodies than you could be the ultimate buddy you my friend are the very best God. Bless you have a wonderful weekend and can't wait to chat with you next week. All right. Thanks guys that Burke at Burke Matt via twitter Matt Burke and company DOT. com. Don't forget super squares and don't forget faith before fear plays and I'm Paul Allen from the Brian Heating and cooling studios. Please don't forget mad producer and that patented rap on the shelves. Thanks to Metro for sponsoring the nine to noon show wraps Metro Ford truck. Store. Bit Torius is are being did you catch his quick hit or on cable? TV passionately sharing his view he believes in the mobs toddler only if they agree with it age rage as a societal systems schisms anger and hatred masquerades as activism easy to tweet and watch people react than live in the real world with real people and make eye contact. The Vikings are the Minnesota martyrs better get their. Game checks that's for starters. It's not their fault that Titans Guy Bit now, the Falcons on the grind getting kind of tired of it take skin in the purge man it's getting mighty risking a lieber today the Te- Bourbon got him frisky tomorrow bet on my feast five. See if it works and remember this solo journeys they have their perks I got I got an relented for that RAP A. Tomorrow. Today's Paul Allen. Listen vacuum, previous show and interviews like go into the iheartradio APP or.

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Baseball changed the rules so teams can no longer move players in August member. Justin verlander came over to the Astros in August. This is the last day to make a move and most of the recent World Series Champs have made some type of midseason deal think of the Astros Getting Justin burland under the cubs getting aroldis Chapman Twenty sixteen but a little more complicated this year because thanks to the wildcard. You got a lot of teams still in the race. You gotTA decide if you're a buyer or you're. You're a seller or the case of the mets. Maybe you're trying to be both so teams may be overpaying in terms of prospects because everybody it feels like needs aids more pitching in GM's are in a tricky spot if you make a move that ratchets up the pressure and could weaken the team in the future. It's about winning now. If you don't fans get impatient nothing more frustrating than having a great team and then you have a questionable bullpen or the other way around good luck figuring out all the the baseball issues here entering into the stretch run of who needs what and what they're willing to give up. You did have a big deal yesterday. The Indians Traded Trevor Bauer. They got a Great Hall in return that included Yoshio Puig puig involved in a bench clearing brawl last night the pirates and the reds go at one more time the reds get Trevor Bauer for Yoshio Puig but the pirates in reds have been down this road before and I don't know what Rob Manfred the Commissioner Major League Baseball. Does I have no problem in policing the sport and sometimes the players do a better job than the commissioner or does or the Umpires to but if you're throwing at somebody and you could hurt somebody then I have a real problem with that if somebody's ladies showboats they'll they're gonna you know Cadillac their home run. I understand all of that but I think we're past that. You know there's something wrong with having some fun with the a game oh you showed me up all these other sports I mean aren't they sort of based off of that. Hey I did something to you. You may not like cricket but that's the new wave. Are we going to throw a ball at everybody who stands and watches a homerun. Is it warranted that I'm GONNA throw. If you WanNa hit me a hit me in the back side right message set okay but the problem is then you hit me and then I have to hit you and then I hit you do then I gotta hit you and I and then all of a sudden we have a bench clearing brawl. That's a bigger problem here and if you're throwing a baseball ninety five miles in our in your reliever and you know you're not coming to the plate. I think you're a coward. If you're throwing it somebody's head you're throwing a you know above the shoulders. I have a real problem with that and you saw that last night where it was ugly. It could have been really bad really bad but pirates reds. I believe they play seven more times. You GonNa tune into watch. Is this actually good for baseball. Hockey's getting rid of fighting really there. There's a concerted effort to get rid of hockey fighting in hockey. They may not announce that but look at the penalty minutes drastically removed you know with a lot of these guys who were enforcers you and you're taking hey can those guys away and they should. I know that we like it but that's sport is so there's so much fluidity Lee their athleticism and sometimes it gets bogged down because you got hit men their pitchers who go out there and they head hunt no patience whatsoever deliver for that pitching inside go ahead. You should be able to own part of the plate. Absolutely you throw up top. You Buzz the tower and then I hope the commissioner comes down pretty hard but that fight where you had you have so many taking on the entire dugout usually it's the hitter goes out to challenge the pitcher the pitcher and went to the Dugout to say who wants a piece of me who wants me. Apparently they all did yeah. You know what would bother me the most if I was the reds G._M.. Owner owner manager Amir Garrett runs to throw the punch and he throws a hard punch with his left hand his throwing hand that that bothers me more than anything I'll fight baseball fight to the softest. Does things on earth but to throw a punch your left. You're throwing hand. You're risking your career. Dan Patrick show is brought to you by the great folks at Truecar they show you what other people well paid for the car. You want you can recognize a good price when you're ready to buy a new or used car visit truecar to enjoy more confident car buying experience a little bit later on we'll talk to Tom Verduci M._l._b.. Network sports illustrated senior baseball writer trade deadline today happy trade deadline. Keep an eye on some of these moves what's going on. Does anybody make a move <hes>. There's a lot of teams that need some pitching and it's interesting that you have like the reds getting Trevor Bauer. I was surprised just like the mets getting Marcus Stroman. I was surprised maybe if you're kind of a meddling team that you just say let's Corner The market on pitching coaching and see what we can get because I do think I think what the mets are trying to do. I don't know if they'll accomplish it but if you're able to corner the market on pitching and then all of suddenly Noah syndergaard gets traded or Zack Wheeler whoever it is you might get more in return and maybe it's going to help and giving up prospects. I don't have a problem with fat now because for the most part those prospects don't pan out and you you just want to be competitive. You WANNA BE WANNA be relevant and these teams. A lot of these teams aren't relevant. I look at the Padres I think the padres are going to be a contender in probably the next three or four years if they continue their their path. I think that they're going to be a contender in that may seem like a long shot right now. They're nine hundred five hundred team but if they you know they have prospects prospects. They have some pieces in place and they're building something. That's all I want to know. What's my team doing now? That's where I look at the Knicks and I'd go. I don't even what we're doing the nets I know what we're doing the hawks. I know what we're doing. Some of these other teams you go. Who are we? What are we like the cavaliers? What are you doing? I don't know what are you doing. I don't know all I want is direction with my team. Just tell me are we moving up on purpose. Are we moving down on purpose but baseball trade deadline so we'll talk to Verduci a little bit later on the final hour of the show eight seven seven three D._p.. Show email address G._p._S.. Dan Patrick Dot Com. The news is in a hold out has ended. No it's not that one or that one. It's Michael Thomas New Orleans Saints. He got his money got paid five year deal one one hundred million dollars more importantly sixty one million dollars guaranteed. He's he's the highest paid wide receiver in the game but brought in a couple of weeks. He probably won't be the highest paid wide receiver in his own division. Julio Jones has to be looking at this going <hes> honey. Can you get Arthur blank on the phone for me. I just like to talk to him. Yes Mr Blank. I'd like to add about twenty million dollars. There's to my deal after seeing what Michael Thomas Gone Yes pauling who Jones thirty years old Michael Thomas. I think is twenty four. No that's a big difference I know so but you got Julio and Matt Ryan and you want to keep them together. As long as you can and Julio Jones is going to get paid still no word on <hes> Ezekiel Elliott. I don't think we'll hear anything for a little while. Julio Jones I think is going to training camp but he's not going to play in the preseason. I don't blame him. You know even if you got your deal done I don't plan like Andrew. Lock is not going to be playing in the preseason at least game on fine. Only reason why they play it feels feels like is because the owners make them in the commissioner makes them play because you fans have to pay these ticket prices. Come on out and watch Andrew Luck. Take a couple of snaps yeah. That's worth this price but I don't have any problem with that. If Julio Jones goes to camp and doesn't WANNA play it's fine fine. I'm thinking at age thirty. You'll how to get nobody's ever questioned his professionalism. Julio Jones's a pro and I don't have any problem with that but Michael Thomas. I'm glad daddy got paid because I think that I mean the saints don't have a great wide receiving corps. They don't even have a one B to the one eight that you have with Michael Thomas Yes mclovin. Is it funny that he's the highest paid wide receiver in the history of the N._F._l.. The new contract and he can walk in this room and I don't think half the people would know who he was. No he's got no visibility at impart of if he's his name is so boring do think you should change his name. Oh Yeah Michael Thomas Hamas. That's I mean like name like Odell Beckham Junior. That's that sticks. It does her Kotkin Mike Thomas Hey Mike <hes> but seriously you think anybody out there like knows has any visibility other than the fact that they really great well. You're overshadowed by your quarterback and you're coach in New Orleans and now you get Zion. Williamson is into your overshadowed and that's why when people didn't realize that when I watched Michael Thomas is for rookie year and I want you know they they got something Assistant of clutch that's what you want and you paid him and they needed to pay him. Yeah mclovin. Kamera gets a lot of attention yes he does. I think it's an he gets Alvin Kamera. That's memorable but and he's a highlight player. Michael Thomas is efficient who owe chimeras minute Camara is Thomas Moore of possession receiver. You only averages eleven yards a catch. Julio Jones like fifteen and a half Julio's up there there. I think the average per catch he's got to be one of the top in the history of the game. Doesn't he mclovin Oh absolutely all the current receivers including Michael Thomas Rewriting record book yeah well. I'm talking about average yards per catch. Who would you like who is some of the great all-time so you remember James? Lofton used to have a big number like that randy. Moss yeah cliff brand well. You're talking about terrel owens. I don't know what Tito's average average yards per catch were those long those guys who cut the top off the Muffin as we say something like that yeah something like that. Thank you thank you mccloughan. Yes paulie who is the leader in yards per catch on the list. I've got the list all time and they're all like guys from the fifties and sixties. You'll Bob Hayes as Willie Gault homer Jones Harlen Hill. A current player is on the list says a couple Torrey Smith is up there okay nose up their T. Y.. Hilton is sixteen yard catch first career okay. It didn't surprise me. It always feels like he's getting a depot bowl. Mike Evans Sammy Watkins. Julio Jones are some of the guys active Rob Gronkowski is one of the few tight ends on their fifteen yards a catch. What kind of poll question to ask is there? A Fair poll question of who the best receiver in the game is right now. If I gave you these choices <hes> Michael Thomas Certainly Julio Jones Odell Beckham Junior Antonio Brown and Deandre Hopkins. I feel like that's I was sort of looking around Melissa and those are the guys is that one guy stands out order. They all have strikes where it's well. Antonio Brown will stand out because he's Antonio Brown and Odell Beckham Junior will too because there's a there's the social media you know part of this equation Deandre Hopkins is he's like Andre Johnson who played for the Texans just just a wonderful player and you probably don't remember much about their career. You just go yeah that guy's good. I think you have to watch a Texans game and then you go on a transgender Hopkin and he's always open but you don't think of him Michael Thomas you can watch a saints game and you probably go. He had that many catchers whereas Odell may have three and you'll remember all three Julio Jones's the best of the lot yeah pulling deandre Hopkins the past two years. He's he's been all pro ninety six catches in two thousand seventeen for thirteen touchdowns last year by far his best year of his career. <hes> one hundred fifteen catches sixteen hundred yards eleven touchdowns. Do Remember member one. Catch your member one moment now not yet probably they're close probably not yes mclovin. I've you know it's funny you right. I don't remember when plight but he makes expre- athletic catches you know he's a great receiver you just sort of throw it up there and he gets it but we get caught up in watching the same players same teams. It feels like it's rare. When you go you know? Let me see what you know David Joke who is doing like nobody's saying let me see what that Titan is doing with the Cleveland nobody does that. It's always I got my marquee. Guys your fantasy team but then there are a lot of players where you go guys good and bet the but there's no like you know the the social media has to grab it and go lemme embrace this guy and then you go. I'm going watch that guy you know some of these guys that that hasn't happened in probably never deandre hopkins unless he starts dating a Kardashian I don't and that's I'm not gonNA rule that out but he's not going to be relevant to people and the only Antonio Brown. I'M GONNA come in on a helicopter. There's something about him. Julio Jones is sort of shows up and he would had one of the great catches in the history of the Super Bowl. Had the Falcons won that game because that catch on that drive that should've led to a field goal that won the Super Bowl that was unbelievable Odell Beckham one catch but there's so much more attached to him. Yes mclovin I think T._y.. Helton's a great receiver who gets no attention yeah because he's playing in Indianapolis. He gets overshadowed by Andrew locked but if you watch them <hes> when they when they're successful T. Y.. Hilton is usually contributing and now you put Paris Campbell in there and T. Y.. Hilton may be even more electric this year and by the way we could easily asleep tyreek hill on that list do yes which is but that's he feels like he's a different kind of position. Busy does more than just run rats. He Albany's he's the most he's the most dangerous player in the N._F._l.. Ever seventeen yards catch last year yeah yeah but doesn't feel like he's a different kind of player than those other. Guys should forget all the off the field stuff just like he doesn't. He's not like Julio Jones. He's a little different. I don't know why well he's smaller caller but just looking at football not off the field when you watch him you know where he is. You don't have to find him. He almost finds you. That's that's how great he is and a lot of these players. You have to look to go Kay who who's the guy who's good wait. What's the guy supposed to be watching and then you'll see somebody like him Samaniego that guys? He just seems like he's a whole lot faster than everybody else. In the League I will come up with a poll question and we'll have a stat of the day play of the day. We'll check in with talker duty. He'll talk about teams that could be making moves. Does he make any sense of what happened with these deals last night and also with the mets did and are the Yankees and dodgers anybody else the astros stepping up big time here on baseball trade deadline day. 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Dot Com it is voted on by the players themselves okay so there's two wide receivers in the top ten. I'm going to guess that Julio Jones is one one of those top ten players correct okay now. It comes down to Antonio any OH brown. I don't think they would put Odell in there in the top ten. <hes> should I stop you already got it Antonio Tonio Brown yeah it's Antonio Brown and Julio Jones. Would you rather have Antonio Brown or Michael Thomas So Thomas is twenty six and Brown thirty one so clearly Thomas but I'm not sure the players vote based on that criteria. About how about I forget age just talent if you're a player voting though aren't you archer kind of basing it on Antonio Brown's been doing it for years and you've built up this well aww respect so I can see that helping him in a vote like that even if you consider Thomas maybe a better player yeah. I don't know how many of these guys have seen Michael. Thomas in person feels like Ainhoa. Antonio Brown has been around. He's played in some playoff games Michael. Thomas has been overshadowed by the way the saints have lost you know they've had to devastating devastating losses in the playoffs yes mclovin by way he's not far from the top ten you want his ranking or you want to do fifteen thirteen okay so it's not like he's shoplifting now. He's good. He's a good player. Cameras actually right there too is is Aaron Donald Number One so that we don't have the order for the top ten. That's a great question. Do you think that Aaron Donald is voted number one by his peers because I don't know if you could have a consensus on quarterback. I don't know if the players go well Aaron. Rodgers is the most talented quarterback ever so. He's number one on these other list. He's not in top fives. I'm thinking Aaron Donald might be viewed as the perfect football player he's young dominant it doesn't he doesn't appear to have a weakness Kness and no injuries and I don't know how many players you can say that but I I'm gonNA Guess Aaron. Donald might be ranked the number one player on that <hes> n._F._l.. Network work pull all right. We're GONNA come up with a poll question here yeah we we're having some debates Looking at these numbers to like Andrew sent the franchise tags for each position how undervalued tight ends are <hes>. Let me see mclovin centers so these <hes> here's your average salary. This is the player. This is the average tag which is the top top five of each position. Okay so twenty four million for quarterback eleven million for running back sixteen million for a wide receiver ten million for a tight tight end and <hes> the tight end is low man on the Totem Pole right next to kicker-punter tight end is the lowest valued position their safety safety is second lowest along with the running backs yes bone. I kinda have a theory on the tight ends. It seems like the tight end position has the least amount of stars stars at least amount of impact players. There's probably what is it Zakar. It's Travis Kelsey George kittle now you take out Gronk Doc. Who are the th the rest tight ends are bunch of middling blocker receiver type guys mclovin their show system dependent? A lot of teams. Don't even throw their tight ends as you know like the greatest show turfed probably didn't even have a tight end for all. They just put a receiver on the field no member. I hate to bring up this debate. Remember you had the long debate with Jason. lockenfora about Jimmy. Graham is a guy like that really tight end when he lined up at wide receiver and goes out and catches passes. It's it's a silly designation but he started as a tight fight in then they wanna be. They Wanna get the designation of wide receiver because you get more money there because I now my salary is based off of other wide receivers fevers. Although my numbers are based off other wide receivers tight end doesn't get paid as much as wide receivers to I mean you're seeing a five million dollar difference and in that average tag salary at that position which is remarkable and you add that over a four year deal or five year deal and it's a lot of money now. I know it's a franchise franchise tag but once you settle in on that contract but Michael. Thomas got paid if you're just joining us one hundred million dollars but the way they structure these N._f._l.. Contracts it's all all about guaranteed money and that guaranteed money is about sixty one million dollars in case. 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I mean if you had a project out. I don't it's tricky because is higher than Patrick Mahomes. Let's see Mahomes is also in this unranked top ten so they're both in the top ten yeah but I don't know if the players Look Patrick Mahomes and say look at what he just did and what we think he can do because the ceiling is higher for what Mahomes can due individually statistically than Tom Brady and I don't know of players are looking at that win. Super Bowls Brady was one last year here. Just show you know show I don't I think you're right. I think he falls a little bit this year. Yep Andrew Luck was unranked on this list of top one hundred players last year this time now. He's the twenty th ranked player in the N._F._l.. I mean Jay injuries. Affects Jaywalk owes from like eighty five to two. I mean depending on where is the the other quarterback on the list is Aaron Rodgers and drew brees talking about how you project a guy you. You seem a little cautious about breeze I do I do and it just based on how great he is been. I just didn't see that greatness in the second half of the season certainly down the stretch but no he's wonderful player first ballot hall of Famer but I just I don't know to not finish off for this by way. If You von Miller Khalil Mack Todd Gurley so ah they must be looking backwards those are the only you can't put Todd Gurley in there yeah but maybe they're based on what he did and that goes now retired. I mean he's still he's still he's. He's not a top ten player. He's not a top two if you took out the knee injury with that changer discussion completely on him Oh yeah but I can't change range that he's got arthritis in his knee. It ain't going away and they're paying them a lot of brush me. Would you rather have him or levy on Belle and maybe on bell is not in that top ten. Now I do other Zeke Elliott or Todd Gurley Zeke Alley. Yes Eze Z. Kelly in the top ten now. How is Zeke Elliott non the top ten well? They must be looking back this. Is this list get. I know they do who's better healthy earlier. Healthy girly is not going to be healthy. He's not going to be we. Healthy are th- rightous doesn't go away unless there's a new medical procedure that I missed out on let me know if it was Adrian Peterson and Mister Miracle Healer. Would you give them a chance well. That's that's different. It's a little different yes paulie Alvin Kamara. The saints running back listed as the fourteenth best player in the League me what a what a steel of the past decade. They're not paying them a basic at him for free his first I four and Michael Thomas was in the first draft pick now. He's a thirteen th ranked player in the N._F._l.. And they're not paying now. They're paying Thomas. The saints have two three of the top fifteen players players in the N._F._l.. Kamera breeze and Thomas Texans have the eleventh and twelfth player Andrei Hopkins J. J. Watt who else is in there while you guys saquon sixteen yeah here's one that's already making me mad last year. Russell Wilson on this list with the eleventh ranked player in the League eleven just fair. He's probably the eleventh ranked player in the League. Now He's twenty fifth. He dropped fourteen spots spots in the math. After one of his Great Years Russell Wilson had a great year last two touchdowns seven picks he had a great year. Yes Nikola. No it's Itchy Shea. I'm looking at the everyone is a big star Eddie Jackson the safety for the bears at thirty and every time I watch the bears Eddie Jackson was running back interceptions like a wild man yeah. He's a he's a there's some of these Stefan Gobert twenty four stars within the League that don't get a lot of press like I don't feel like the average fan doesn't talk about them well. Sometimes you're on a team mm-hmm where you have such a big star. If you're on the Patriots it's Brady and it's Bella check the bears with Khalil Mack even Mitchell trubisky anybody else's sort of he's GonNa be picking up scraps here the Apple Yeah. There's a bunch of guys who weren't on the list Akiem Hicks defensive tackle. The bears is the thirty ninth ranked player. He was on the list crit an awesome player on my fairplay. Chris Jones a defensive end of the chiefs. He's now the thirty sixth-ranked player in the League. He wasn't honestly slasher. Yes I think there's two guys in the twenties twenties that are really interesting to me. Jalen Ramsey at twenty seven is an interesting and he's not happy that he's twenty-seventh right and Odell Beckham Junior at twenty three. Are they under rated or are they do. They just get more attention. Were there over and covered over covered. Yeah that's the word I think they're over over covered. Probably I think they're really good really talented obviously but I think they're over covered then you expect more. A Jalen Ramsey was like oh talking talk before last season calling quarterbacks here. Let's see what you do then he shows up the brinks truck this year guaranteed to go wrong and and then Odell Beckham you know g q interview taking shots at the giants now he gets to Cleveland at least it got to Cleveland but not the same fanfare that Jalen Ramsey opened up camp with but you know Odell Beckham gets far more coverage than he deserves yes mclovin. I'll give you one to start argument. Jared Goff is thirty two and for comparison CAM. Newton is eighty seven and Carson Wentz is ninety five. If I put those three and a hat who would you you say most likely M._V._p.. This year course in once and and it's a good story to with Carson wentz coming back from an injury <hes> even cam coming back from an injury yeah but but I I'm surprised so that got to be based off of last year because Cam was injured last year. Carson Wentz was injured last year Jared Goff took his team to the Super Bowl. I would not have jared Goff above above Carson Wentz yes but I'll say this is. Maybe the first media list I've seen were jared. Goff gets a lot of respect. Most places see him as a BI level quarterback in a great system we have a I mean that that's fine forty seven hundred yards and thirty two touchdowns last year only twenty six but I think people look at the coach. Is there a quarterback ax success attached more to a coach than Jared Goff mcvay trubisky. You'd think so I think trubisky more injured going out more but very some I thought they not maxed out trubisky but they propped up trubisky last year. I don't know if trubisky had enough success no. I'm just saying Sadler that I eat enough success for me to know that how much the coach played a role in that as much you know we've the quarterback whisper Berg was Sean mcvay and he's done interviews where he talks about that. Your golf talks about that but I I know Bela. Check in Brady that those two are surgically tape attached at the hip but I'm talking about any of the other quarterbacks is there's somebody who is attached to their coaches. Success at calling plays like like Jared Goff is now. I know the Carson Wentz has great coach assistant coaches had Frank Reich there who's now with the colts and you know they got a lot of credit to for his success early. Yes mclovin I the Andy Reid mahomes connection a little bit a little bit because I think he plays the game differently then the quarterbacks that Andy Reid normally has I think andy seeing something in him is the key it this feels like it's improvisational with Mahomes more than it is structured with Alex Smith right like this takes Andy Reid system to the next little extra level and this is what he always wanted you know he he had this system but he didn't have somebody could throw the the deep ball and he had guys who could go deep he had Kelsey who was reliable. Had a running back you had to everything was everything fit with what Andy Reid wanted to do. And To do all right we'll take a break. We play the day coming up and some interesting commentary on Lebron James and twos parenting skills. Apparently we'll talk about at that coming up. Dan Patrick Show fellas. It happens to all of us at some point in our life. We all do it. We're in the bathroom. We're looking in the mirror. 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I want to go with the best receiver because we're getting a lot of tweets people making case for their guy <hes> choices being Odell Beckham Junior Julio Jones theodre Hopkins Michael Thomas tyreek Hill in Antonio Brown and we must have a big Houston audience because the new Hopkins tweets are coming in fast and furious. They're saying thing he's done it with like a one hundred different quarterbacks yes so is Larry Fitzgerald Yeah L. Larry for the poster boy for that I think but then there are other guys like Davante Adams Adams who catch passes for mayor Rogers who take seriously because they're like Oh. He's Aaron Rodgers Guy. Did you see who was tweeting last night hey m._l._b.. How would they robotic empire break up this fight <hes> of boy don't bring this up Mario Back Mario the kid in back tweeted this I see him this morning and I said Oh tweeting and he goes Yom getting beat beat up on twitter crying over there in the back room? I said it's not a robotic umpire. I said you're doing the same stupid thing that I criticize people before. Go ahead yes Mario. was He joking. Yeah I think so but he put robotic empire out there and then he got roughed up because people go. It's an automatic automated strike Zo. Hey knucklehead. Why don't you to screen calls tomorrow saying they're saying things like I'm stupid? I really comment at he's responded. When I was just kidding I was joking? I was just kidding. I'm sure here this is going to help matters yeah actually though it would be great if there was no one down on the field to break up the fight. Just let him go yeah while you're going to see a hell of a lot less of them. That's for sure but yeah go ahead. No you guys figure it out. You guys go ahead and figure it out. We'll be suspensions. People are pointing out that last night's on fire what nothing to do with it they were walking can do anything. It's not like if you go hey stop. Hey don't don't do that. 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Shaq is back for 2020 and talks about New Year's Eve parties, his Cowboys, David Stern's passing, visits Uncle Shannon's Neighborhood and plays Walmart or Waffle House on The Big Podcast with Shaq

The Big Podcast With Shaq

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Shaq is back for 2020 and talks about New Year's Eve parties, his Cowboys, David Stern's passing, visits Uncle Shannon's Neighborhood and plays Walmart or Waffle House on The Big Podcast with Shaq

"Thank you for listening to this. podcast one sports net production available on apple podcast and podcast one. This is an exclusive presentation of podcast. One Sports Keel. O.`Neil is your podcast. Physician cast in the J.. Drop back today on the podcast with shack in his twenty twenty. So we'll recap the new year your best we'll talk about Jason Garrett and five. We'll talk about the late. Great David Stern will pay a visit to uncle Shannon's neighborhood to start the year. Of course we're going to get borderline and ED. Hey let's kick it off with one of our best games. We'll play around of Walmart or waffle house now live from the cave in Atlanta Georgia. It's John Kate and the big offer shook. He'll O.`Neil during the PODCASTS. He's not brandon but on beauty sir bees spreading my love. MARLA is the see another one word classics. It's a white boy classic. It is watch them. Oh I guess CIGS endlessly John Hubbard Question. Yes Sir orders dropped. Shut the monkey right now. Gabriel how how would I go. One day we're GonNa get me in studio radio with the track and I'm GonNa do a personal because we're going to release it on. You know you can get that thing to go viral. Nobody saying what do you catch a lot of flack now. Oh because it's not about. It's gotTa Move Camera. Well yes scientists shocking monkeys. That's not not really good either. It happens all music. What are we got off? Happy New Year. Do not wash with the kids. You Oh you lovebirds is a Netflix show with Kurt. Oh my God it's crazy. Oh do you now. It's crazy I've heard about it but I've seen is crazy. This kid was while messing with killing animals. Animal Abuse on the food. Don't give anything away because a lot of people haven't seen I don't even know hurdle with cats that that's okay but it is a it's it's it's greatly disturbing shock what you think about the lady who tracked the that was doing the Internet detective stuff. She was just funny as hell architecture of bad about that. Well that's sort of me. I don't know Terry speak up. A low we gotta get. You should have a bad turn your little cheap little headphones off long dead. We'll be able to get you. Yeah I can't hear you okay. That works out here was like she. Can we get one thing on the table. Here's as we started twenty twenty because we had beef you. Yes I had beef with shack. Are You freaking kidding me that you didn't like the live. Good Times I do not. Oh my Friday. Tried to block the Queen. Violet Davis was on it. which makes it anything with great of all the Cruise actresses always been phenomenal. They will for fought for nominal. However however however if you're gonNA redo something has to be equal better and it wasn't equal better so therefore if it ain't broke don't touch it? I know part of the problem was John. Amos is too old to be be involved in that live. Show thank you. That's my point John Amos. They brought him on because they wanted to but he didn't play James. He played another character. He played a local and he was Albans because he was too old to do like he missed his lines. Various Times you could tell us down dot com. He's an old man yeah he is lorraine array him out there. They made a mistake in casting bringing him back but Norman. Lear I guess wanted to do it and Jimmy wanted to do it and thought it was a good idea but it was a good uh-huh did but it wasn't better shack. They missed an opportunity to have you as book man Barkley Below. Yeah he would have been a good book but that would have been funny if that had happened. That would have been absolutely awesome if they had come out with that so Twenty twenty if you stuck to your resolutions already shack check demolished. That'll have resolutions resolution. We'll wait a minute. Check has resolutions. You're constantly having member. You were telling us you were like a Vegan a couple of weeks ago or something. The resolution is just a statement. Well no solution. It's resolve your life. This is my lifelong resolutions. Never GonNa Change Okay because the theme is what do you do to make people's lives better so once a day I try to do something so yes I went to a restaurant is about sixty people. Pay For everybody at the restaurant Aw just pay for three or four kids to go to a local private school because I wanted to play basketball so I just took care of her. So that's my resolution it's really good MHM make people smile. That's really good. That's a nice. That's a great resolution. I just take your bank account. I'd love to fall on your footsteps. What do you mean your bank account of anybody job? They don't let you touch the money anymore. They don't hide it from you mental wealth. You you do it mental wealth. You are wise. You are wise man. You want to hear some funny. I was in Walmart the other day the lady. She looked disgusted that I was in Walmart. Why she's with all the money? What do you shop here? I think this to cheapest prices. Yes by the way Kit. Everything appointed because it's the cheapest prices. There is a Walmart or else you want me to get my tells Ellsberg Beth be i. I don't think so. Drop like eight hundred dollars on almost the same towel you know. It's just I I love. We Love Walmart. I Love Walmart for like getting like toothpaste deodorant shaving cream stuff like that. Listen we're playing while Martin waffle house today. Show to Walmart we love. You should advertise awful house game. We due to just a waffle house a couple of days ago before we get all the shenanigans that we do on this super bowl is on the. What do you mean national issues winning easily easily? LSU against LSU touch Jesus as amazing is GonNa look like six six could listen whatever whatever you make mistakes or your team is still undefeated you a bad Mo fo now Russell who sunshine you realize this shack do you even notice because I know you're a music I did you know he was enhancing. What's The music group? The white boy brothers does not enhance. It wasn't one of the GROWNUP Hanson. Brothers he looks like it says says listen to that class pitcher out a girl they found. Look just like you. Yes that's creepy. It's amazing she looks just just like Trevor Lawrence. She looks like Brandy. Looks like branded Ardi. Shattered Trevor. Sort of fits my rule my UPS Guy Rule that if if he wasn't a quarterback back with the girls on campus be lining up for Trevor Lawrence. Yes I say no I say no way on whatever you got that long. Oh beach boy here they would let them really somebody really college. The other hand there is no now. You know you're not going that direction not GonNa do that but I would be a plumber is you know I. I lay the best pipe in the city. Take the ball out a half. What did you do for new years show in a did work that was on CNN? Oh yes sauce I. I saw it this way but this is about fifty thousand little kids jumping up and down rocking Rt.. You rock that that mother. You're well I was watching it as actually we're Shannon are watching. It live and this. This happened with Anderson. Cooper and Andy Cohen Shack live in Denver. Repeat the question two thousand nineteen. That's right now did you ask me. What did you say that you you have? What size shooter you wear shock? It's like size twenty two right. Where size twenty two shoes? How big what's my question that I asked under show and rub believe you just asked me that question on New Year's National Television Orange Bowl or do you see what I was doing with the Mike? Oh yeah by the wing answered Cooper Anderson Cooper look very interested in the answer answer the way he was followed them folk all day. WHOA yeah they were didn't Anderson? Cooper also was wondering whether which one of his brothers had the bigger one back to or something like it was. Anderson was smoked talking about bringing in a New Year. That's my two sons. Hurry up. Hurry up okay. So this Ogle John I'll go. I'll go the guys that you've been waiting for care. Oh we love Shakir guy she. How's the school great looking forward to the season better than California? You could say. No No. You'd be honest better but it is okay. That's not bad luck. We live in Atlanta. We know we know. Yeah but that's good. You'RE GONNA you. You still want to be young will Smith Ya. Aw No who do you WANNA be now. I was going to be means I was GONNA say. Why is he going to be somebody? I don't know it before he was very like. Maybe he'd be the next filmstar or something like that could be good very well be. Hey Do you have your schools yet. You GonNa any colleges. I know it's early but Nah not yet. Johnson asked me questions thank you what's talk. Good those girls out of my house. macomer glitter exactly. Yeah you teach all the right things all right well. Here is one more thing for new years before we move on did you. Did you see your boy. GRONK was good guys. That did you see what he did. It was it was. I think it was stay completely believe it was staged. So here's what happened. He's on Fox. With Steve Harvey Steve Harvey had had like a a Lego. Bust like a head and shoulders that that were done to look like Steve Well. Gronkowski picks it up and spikes it into the floor. You are you doing are you. Serious why is he here. What is wrong with you? You're mentally unbalanced this nut right here too. You know how hard it is to get them they all all star. I would make me feel the same way job. Fields is that when he dropped the bus the space to discuss and heated jump and move back and hit us with the joke. You buy it mentally in love that I love. Yeah Yeah I mean but it was funny. It was staged it was meant. GRONK thing to do is fun but but shack you did. You did your boy dirty a you know gronk. CROCK comes out with his big video announcement two weeks before you wrote that that he's having a big party at the Super Bowl and then a few we eighteen days later. Shot comes out with his and let's just say no one's going to the Cross party hardy if they can afford to go to the Shack Party. There's nobody going to party with his lineup. Compared to his gronk line two weeks so far no shot Gronk announced his party first and then shack announces his party. And everyone's like okay. I'm going to that party. We're unless they bought tickets already richer what he's okay gronk my partner in this. Wow grog Friday Saturday. Okay okay. Okay but the only thing is. Here's the only thing I was wondering about. Is Those gronk parties more affordable okay so out of smaller venue at a smaller. The venue. Okay okay so gronk. Beach Gronk beach and he's with Rick Ross flow rider. DJ CARNAGE CASCADE ESCAPE. DIPLO and a couple of other people so obviously if it was the twenty fifteen super bowl that would be a hotline. Yeah come on now. Well especially Miami Right. Yeah Miami's royalty roads was good diplo's always always with you 'cause base and flow rider. Stare has this fan base tackling every every white guy between the age of thirty and fifty. It says I have this. Listen look what. I've got my iphone flow rider cool. They've got some. How exactly exactly? We did a good job though shack. Because let's say I heard the buzz in. Miami is huge for your party or make the same mistakes. I think the last one was good but I think we overbooked it because every time I go to sports and social very big and I'm GonNa do something here. We'll do you invite people it got kinda packed awesome. It was still awesome and how many people had a good time so I wrote the biggest place in Miami two hundred fifteen thousand square feet Komo. That's GONNA be fun. GotTa love it. Eight shorting here. I know a lot of you. Create your own podcast and a lot of you already have one like me obviously love what I do. It's taken a lot of hard work to get to this point of success. 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You also get access to their production and sales support so with all this completely three don't use other hosting platforms. Why would you need to learn more or sign up now at launchpad? DM DOT COM. And don't forget to check out the Jordan Harbinger. Shell you're fired cowboys gear part Jason Garra but obviously lost guys. Question is we bring it out. I will tell you know how I'm GonNa tell you this. I'm I'm GonNa tell you it's going to be one of three names okay. So I'm going to be three name. I wrote down three. I wonder if it's the same okay. It will either be Mike McCarthy. I was a a little the former packers coach. Mike McCarthy could he's A. He's a good coach. He had a number cowboys. Okay material cowboys cowboys tonight. You have even gone gone to the final four in the NFL and twenty four seasons whoopie reduced. Not even in the final four for you can't even get to where you're close to a super bowl first of all just because you're one lucky fluke championship. I can't even get to the final four. That's how bad Mike McCarthy's one Josh mcdaniels. Though Josh mcdaniels from the other one and Matt rule from from Baylor Baylor Lincoln Riley no linking. He's not leaving for that job McCarthy but Mike McCarthy interviewed for the giants job up today so I would suggest that you get the clapper. Tell the clapper. He's not coming back or fishery CRIOLLA. Mike McCarthy has something to John Wayne one in twenty plus years. It's got a super bowl ring wing shack. There's a shelf. Life is not fresh. There's a shelf-life on beating your chest about championships and guess what you haven't well you haven't one one one in a generation mode as you don't Brag about it legendary status so it's not nothing. Stop Stop No. It's not. It's got the history channel so okay I walk around breath and I go you can you can you the last six thousand twenty you guess. What every member of the Dallas Troy Aikman Emmitt Smith Mike Urban? They can go around and Brag but fans fans fans who are still trying to claim that they got hand for something that happened twenty four years ago seriously. We want twenty four years ago salute twenty four years ago. These little blue bills. I mean seriously you are you guys are flaccid the Dallas Cowboys and by the way you got beaten by the Eagles with all the practice squad players by the other day your ass with practice squad players where we lost both again the other day I put my own outside and I wanted to. Ah you called me during the first game at at least I didn't call you during the game. I know they're going to call you know I wasn't because I'm not gonNA. He'll be that kind of a job. Do that to you. Just do it to you on the podcast. y'All can take the nick step. Is Jerry Jones relinquishes. Some of that power. Oh yes she doesn't want in twenty four years listen to me. I'm GonNa tell you this again and again and again it ain't got nothing to do with the owners coaches to really know nothing. Well if you put product out there you let the product do what they do they win only gonNA say. Would you start losing Mussa. Okay you let the same guy. Be Your coach for nine years. And he was inept inept wasn't always listen let taste always use till the CO shut up and w Damn Ball sfjazz down. I know what I gotta do because guess what I don't want guys like John Kincaid up trash about me so such as Hello Mr bus sit over there would we would always yours would enjoy the show and I got this this. Okay cool I I got I got to do like I don't like at but I do know if you don't respect your coach. We're lucky to coach. You'll never opened up and blow your back because I did it. Well they the cowboys players. It was shown this year they kept showing it on social media. They'd have a touchdown down drive and they'd go back towards the sideline and Jason Garrett's. They're putting his hands out for like someone to slap his hands and they would walk by and there's a montage of like eight different touchdowns where the players came right walked right by them and didn't slap his hands. I think it was the that that they were ready to move on. But sometimes right. It's not that the coach is bad. Added that that just people get tired of the message right shack not only respect to coach. You won't go to the next level. I did that and I guess this like if you plan for guy the whole question. What you're saying you AIN'T GONNA win? And the first time I opened up was because I knew Phil Jackson not knew what the hell he's talking about all the other coach platform let now man. It was it was just. It just didn't enabled me to go to bash level as a player. You respect your coach. You'll never win. There's only two who coaches I think that Jerry Jones will relinquish power for that's Urban Meyer. Bill Bill Bill Belichick. Those are the only I want. Urban Meyer to go to the cowboys so badly that would be my absolute. I A late Christmas present because that would be a colossal disaster. Would because you've got a sociopath in urban Meyer right who then has to battle for attention with another guy who can't stay out of the women let me a- actually. If I was a football coach I would love that job and let me tell you. What if you win it? You GotTa Mark Cuban style older. That's going to be all Texas and all the Texas go behind. They'll be is worse when they win. That's the type of person that's when Jerry's the worst to work for the most meddlesome he's because he has to take the credit for it. Look Shack here it is is there to NFL owners who talk after every game. There are thirty don't Jerry. Jones stands right outside the locker room and has a press conference before it an arthritis Alcan's they're the only two guys that stop stale. Mr Blake like my God. I can't say anything about book. Lost friends fister Blanco. Let's be honest Mr Blank would like to put a hit out on me on you. Yes the chance to put ahead out on me. I think he would. I would to the last two games. Courtesy of the black. Yeah well that's nice at this moment seriously because l- boots sticking up for friends. Oh well that's nice. I soon got a great buffet. Exactly free tickets John Almost because you what do you mean you know so I don't mind old ladies coming up saying Outta cool but if you're our age bracket or in our size bracket he talked stuff like one guy I don't know the guy and he kept using words. I had to tell you know like I had to turn the other size eight mother on. Who Don't want to hear this so well? That's what I do for the people I it's every every email I answered the g mail account. Tell John Tell us. Yeah Okay John You know he's not allowed to do this anymore. Mr Always always actually until the guys that you idiot you know. Entertainment is we do. I said that's IT and unrealized. He's my friend. You AIN'T GONNA be talking about my friends and realize much much worse. Yes all airport. Oh Yeah Oh that's terrible. How in Steve? Oh God oh man told told airports like the best this place to go hood on them. I mean seriously kick them a better spot leave harmful league. Gosh Airport two more names to it next week. Yeah we did We talked about it. I think it was right before the holiday break. But we we did lose David Stern not the not the downturn but would be remiss if we didn't mention Senate we did talk about him and his relationship with you US Shakeel but I loved your concern. Passed this This past week. I love the picture. You put up Shack Russell please. To the pioneer that gave me a beautiful life guy that was you know. Have the supervision to you know be a great leader let other people guide him and say hey we should do games in Europe. Hey we should sign new. NBA Contracts. Hey we should do collective bargaining agreement. Hey this is as the new times inflation is up. I should be able to make. Hey we shouldn't the lottery stop it. We get Patrick Ewing to the next. Hey we should get jacked actor Orlando true store. We should keep Chris. Paul from going to the Lakers. I said you want to play with. Yeah that's a true story that and then like like one time I went to helpless and I said the mutates Mr Auto by the hackers yet. What at some portable defend myself? Because I don't care about your five system and all that you know I got a lot going on so I'm just wondering out now comes to my do some kaput and he laughed us some. He's a shock. You Complain About Twenty Nine teams and twenty nine teams complained about you. Get what am I supposed to do. Well they'd senior movie. Oh answer you know what and you know He. He was smooth because I took I wonder like eight minutes to start termed letting you know next. I I'm not gonNA dentures out there. My Mom just let me know right now and when he laughed and he said so smooth was like I like this guy he said Said said you know what you just keep playing so you just keep working on and I'll try it makes adjustments. We just let that but he was. He did a great job. Ah He did a great job. I mean he is a he changed basketball. A businessman shy one thing. I wanted to hear you comment on about David stearns passing. I think we've talked talked about once in the history of the podcast. What did you think when he came up with the dress code because remember before? David Starr was commendable. Okay me tell you why after the after use playing basketball a lot of us have to get jobs so a lot of us should be prepared pair for that and you make it a lot of money and you got a lot of people watching you. You should want to dress like that anyway. Listen I understand. Fashions all be cool but when he he said that because of the way I was raised I was like okay. It made a lot of stuff. 'CAUSE 'cause when I'm done playing I will be taking meetings believe that I'm going to be working GUMBI shaking people's hands and I wanted to see that hey shack was a sharp individual shack. Educate brother Athey did address cope. I parked my goal changed. I was like you know what go change cool. But this is how I'm GONNA walk into to the White House to say how will walker to you know. IBM design hobble walk into a franchise. The job board meeting with all shades and he got he because even after his death there were some of these debate shows on television. That were saying that there were that he was being old school. White man with that rule. Stop and I'm like you kidding me. He's made he's made. NBA Players the best mainstream marketed athletes flips they're more marketed a business therefore marketed than NFL players individually they're more marketed. The Major League baseball players who want him in on the Matt I am Mile. David Stern got you guys into the boardroom. Do we got you guys into the border. And then it's up to you guys to close the deals but what a what a great man you're tribute to him is awesome awesome awesome life most scenarios in corporate America. You gotTa wear a suit and tie wouldn't go to work yet. Who Do you? Yeah I mean especially if you're going to Kinda meetings you're talking about you circle so speaking of by the way you you mentioned that like every year in the playoffs and or the every season it would be like everyone wants to come after you and you were going after everybody. The cartoon that showed up on social media this week that was sent in by Mr Lee Chinese secret was well he was the older man. This threats. Yes and he had that cartoon of you swatting away all that it's like the NBA playoffs begin with a shack with fly swatter just basically smack in people s while they e mailed it to us at arrived today so next time I see you. We're GONNA have you sign it and we'll send it on back active Mr Lee. WHO's an if you haven't seen the threat you can find it on on shacks twitter pages while it sits on the show sweaters special about that? Yeah I lo- children. I love senior citizens just like really really love will always take care. Of course I get a lot of course every day right. I can't answer them all but but the the special ones always try. That's this one is leading my dad my dad and then when I saw a picture of like POPs seventy in years old and he still likes to check got a call back. You know what I mean. Yeah that's awesome reached out to Cathy. Who who sent the original thread and just said hey listen if you want to get it signed send it over and so I've been talking and we have the picture here? I know why you like kids and senior citizens were because flat out. You got the mind of a child child. You walk like a senior citizen. It pretty much sums it up outstanding. Aw Chocolate chocolate chocolate. That is good stuff to music. You know you've been avoiding us for two freaking years. What do you mean we need to set up a date with beat August? I'm not doing the PODCAST for nine weeks in a row beating. We we've been two thousand since two you must have lasted fifty to fifty four years. Yes era wait a minute. He said He. I'm not going to do pocket so now we are you. You're talking about back ends. He's talking about a dog. Come on I mean seriously though. We're upset that there's anything wrong with that. It's twenty wanting to be dog. Send in a request do outdo. was that dog check. How about that? Well that's what so most. Here's the thing when you go through that out all the responses. I'm getting I want to check. I want to date shack. Nobody reached for be dog man. I love you brought. But it ain't coming in you know. I got in the courtroom request coming here. I know I got somebody I know. I know somebody who who what's his name. No role. Try don't try no. I don't have have a girlfriend. No dating somebody okay. Well we can. Do you know I don't believe you bring up next week bringing up. Say Hi to get into this off and we'll talk to you should go hello ugly. She uh-huh she like a hot schiff a hatchet sexy chef a sexy chef man. I'll tell you what's your cook it. By the way I started started the I started looking into hiring chef for twenty twenty. Am Not eaten that day. Yeah Oh man you ruined one time to go out of business of. I think it's just a little to the flavor was little too spicy. Basically you were hungry to eat again. After an hour I was hungry too high kitchens. Yeah well you know what they say. If can't take maybe a couple more quick things we're GONNA get to Uncle Shannon's neighborhood which we have to a minute man Sharief's new passion should. This is an expert cool which stood for high school and college kids that can get checked before they get into sporting events out if they got heart problems. uh-huh or any kind of health problems and stuff. Was this his thing. Is this something that he wanted to do. A big His mother of course you did a commendable slash slash fabulous job whereas jour-jour very well and I'm proud of myself come up with this initiative but I'm not. I'm not at the point to where I say. Hey do this. Let's do this because I do know you wanna do it do it if you don't want to do it but you know I'll also be respectful. Respect women always always listen to your mom or your brother was treat treat people that don't have as much as you do with auto respect and you'll be you can go pretty far life so I this. This is my first time hearing it. But Ray job he he's he's got this initiative going where he wants when he's done with school wants to help young athletes with heart issues so that they can find out if they got something going on before they go through what he went through the which was named go into college and losing a year and all that because he didn't know about it ahead of time. Wonderful lives and my message reef if you really want to further the cause of really put a stamp on that go to medical school because when you sabbatical school you'll have a bb funded all your clinics not bbb the Bank of the big black a whole black that status to catch up to Kylie. She's the richest one. She's the richest one now job. Yeah that's a big little. Were going by four by four Solo Bolo yet to submit that information to folks. Oh yes they don't go get that on their own you thought they went by braggadocious and actress the companies to let you know to let you like if I want a big business. I'm always submit the information like if I'm apple I'm always let you know the You know people who. PC's that hey there's not much you make this much. I may as individual less like I'm looking at some of these guys. I know the what the papers say they were so okay. Trust me so I will never be enforced over fifty brands. You know that you hell. Yeah you know well aware he'll get out of here Do we want to the boxing event. I guess that was the last thing. Really mentioned mentioned was the Davis Yemen tank Davis. And Gamble you read. Read the big fight here in Atlanta. I can't believe you were not at the SEC championship chip on the earlier you WANNA earlier LSU earlier. That I went to eat and then I went back and they didn't have here like I'm shocked that in heavy on camera. I didn't see him. He's my man although Blizzard Hancock because all koby we'll do learn about effect. We'll do T.. Toby the interview with Jim Gray. Everybody was talking about him. referencing yeah you know you had on your Omega sweater right did you have on. LSU You sure under that everybody was talking about. That's why that's why he said U Utah. That's why you have on your sweat. I'm like that's what it has nothing to do with. LSU He you know so anyway but that was. That was a cool flight. All right well listen. We're going to go to uncle Shannon's neighborhood and just a second here. Hey Look It's twenty twenty rob still going to be a jackass to me all the you know what that means. It's a new year. Okay new balls wait a minute. You're getting new ball not getting new ones but thankfully we've got manscaping. Oh yes 'cause someone needs to be taken care of shacks family jewels at ain't colby me so fellows hairy beanbags and so two thousand if you're going to pick any new year's resolution issue let it be take care of your just. Your junk. MANSCAPING offers precision engineer tools. Your family Jews. Enter the tool for your family. Do too we're GONNA throw that down to is. They've got all sizes sized for guys like me and check and then they've got size size for guys like Robin Thicke. MANSCAPING has it's redesigned the electric tremor their lawn mower two point Oh has proprietary skin-care technology it safe this trimmer won't nick or snag. Your nuts manscaping also has the crop preserver. 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John Search for a long time politician Asian demand that he is not impeached because legally. You're not impeached until you pass. The articles of impeachment onto onto the Senate and Nancy Pelosi has not done that yet. So when Nancy Pelosi does he will be impeached. In the House of Representatives and then the trial will occur occur in the Senate and the Senate either clear him or the impeachment and then he would be removed Spoiler that's not a Senate needs two thirds Republican public and they will not even they will not even submit the paperwork they will not even submit it because they know they don't have the case so so these people take down TV. Tom Duck about because they spent two years telling you about Russian collusion then. That didn't work out so they've moved onto the next thing. Yeah they moved onto the next thing to try to get people to try to divide us on. They want to divide us all. That's why in our house twenty twenty years no CNN Fox News MSNBC good. We've been blocked the channels on our channel selectiveness. Oh we're not watching good we're going to. We're going to steer clear of any any political television because every side's just trying to lie about the other you know you know what else you should block on your TV. Not General Hospital no doubt Diana I viewer ship by twenty percents Kurt. Joe It's it's a beautiful day in his neighborhood a beautiful day for a neighbor. Would you be mine. Could you be mine. Yes it is. It's time to pay visit Donald Shannon's neighborhood. We haven't been in the neighborhood and a little bit. Twenty twenty. Skip hadn't been too cheerful lately. No he has not skits really mad. Stephen Very worked up Stephen A. has such a good time and you know he's doing those mocking just again. Martin Justice there's the Ba- I'll tell you stephen has been on a roll. Oh man wait for the cigar to be lit up after every Eagle Win Ankle Shannon has had a couple of moments that we've got over the over the holiday a break that I wanted to bring do you. We had this win. Come from our buddy. Max has been a longtime listener and this is a Uncle Shannon patented stop and Stumble Tumble which we always love he and skip. We're talking about the Cleveland Boston series from two thousand ten. I don't even know why but we got this. The Boston series was unlike anything in the history of sports for a superstar. What is this is baffling to me? Ah Debbie Duck but what is this in every time you get something like what it is baffling to me. Love it so much. Thank you Max. And then this next one and Uncle Shannon's neighborhood it's just great reminds me of like when dog gets worked up in a laugh and he starts to get the high voice and he does is starting to live. The high voice listened to Uncle Shannon mocking skip over the cowboys and then he kind of loses it here eagles off flying and you and I love it. You will cry and tell me when they don't want to be interrupted. The dog is worked out. Man I WANNA know. I really don't understand this about sports fans. Why do they get sucked in like? If you're a Laker acre fan and you see Shack Koby in them and then someone says to use your team winning this year. You're like damn rival winning. You know TIPPI. Why didn't fans get sucked in by losing teams James Every over and over again? Okay well this year is going to be different. This year will be different because you want to have faith in your team. Go around beating your chest and saying it's going to happen. What what you on it? You know what I mean. Wait till you something T.F. Some pedigree before you start walking around banging. Your Phantom is not not rational rational thinkers I got it but you can say hey. We're going to have a good year GonNa be good but when you start talking like you're GonNa Win Championships. Yeah I mean it's really ah it's baffling to me. It is all right. Well it's time to go in this week's edition of bore four line that we were going to get to Walmart or waffle house during the New Year. Thanks to Jeff at our g mail for catching this one this moment from Shaquille O'Neal you are on inside the NBA. You were recapping some Jaanus highlights and practicing your Greek on the air we got this. Oh we're GonNa let you shoot because what I've been working on my game. Some I want to be great and you telling me you're leaning auto but that's a liberal means. I'm coming in Greek. They lose the jury. Did a trump can kill them into age. You are gay. It sounds like it sounds like that's the Libyan this it sounds like I go shannon all right. Well that's that's how you say you're coming. Greek apparently another great one from a lot of people mike at our g mail rudy. Scott Scott a number of others on twitter. This is Steve Smith the NFL's former NFL star. Talking about Jimmy Garoppolo and he thinks he's waiting being a little bit too long to pass the football but I think he uses the wrong terminology. Here sometimes worked out like on the kindle touchdown where he extended send it but yeah it wasn't always extended play if the guy is but whole naked. No I'm Sandra on me you cannot Wasabi is uh-huh I've heard it. In fact I co host. The show them in Atlanta changed his name to believe for the show. But I've never heard of butthole but whole lawnmowers naked always naked or that's a different kind of nicot bands. caped all right one more and then we're going to move on here. Our new favorite podcast a podcast borderline. We've had so many of them all the smoke Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson we have another one for Matthew would are g mail. It's out of context. They think they're eating during the PODCASTS. Which is something we've done here But almost doing right now. Yeah look real good like I said I think Birdie here you going back. I want someone number right now. Yeah go look this way like I said I think security go right now salute overbuilt. And that's this week's addition borderline borderline pro wrestling fans listen. Wwe Hall of Famer and one of the greatest to ever stepped between the robes jerry. The King lawler having any other way joined the king and and his co host. Sean reading is the get together to reflect on Jerry's legendary career from Memphis to the WWe to just about everywhere else one question. WHO's the greatest Russell world download episodes of Jerry? Lawler show every Friday on apple podcasts. And podcast one and if you love the show tell your friends and leave a rating and review. Dan In caves death. What am I wearing rob? You're wearing a black eagle. I'm sure you're learning long-sleeve shirt. This is being taped this morning. Yes because shack has to sit this out as per commissioner silver. Yes that's true absolutely true. Is it better online dot. Ag They are the best and We've gotTa make picks for divisional weekend. Yes we do a little heartbroken. Little heart imagine so I by the way for you cowgirls L. Girls fans out there. Oh boy you just hit the lottery. I think Mike McCarthy looks like it'd be higher speeds could hire as the head coach. It's about to be announced a really good higher. I think the best hire you could make shack kind of pooh-poohed on it earlier this week show was absolutely. I think. That's the best the best higher on the market really. I mean who else I'd hire. I'd hire member Josh. mcdaniels have you. Don't be any day of the week so I think the cowboys got a lot better. Just goes to show. I can be objective. Unlike Shaw Look it you can be an objective fan view and Ron Rivera going to Washington I span span. The redskins got better and the cowboys got better. Yeah just having better coaching. So it's incredible are four games this week in a bed online dot ag rob they still still have the deal right that Promo Code podcast one spell out you get the fifty percent sign a fifty percent sign up bonus. They're going to take your wait until when the gets good with offs. Here you go. We're down to the final seven games of the year. I love it. That's advertised a national championship game coming up next month. Oh that's absolutely data. I don't know what the spread is on. Lsu Right now. I will check that number. It's got to be said right. No no maybe in fact In fact I will tell you that the computer models to different sites that I just the computer models have clemson winning. Wow about that. Oh let's look at Saturday's game. Forty niners are six and a half point favorites at home against the Vikings and the Ravens are nine points at at home favorites against the titans. They don't ask us to bet. By point spread they just ask us just winners by the way the the winners in divisional playoff around seventy three percent. So that means one home team loses every year on average by the way the spread if you care on Lsu and Clemson's five and a half five and a half so I would take the five and a half and Clemson. I think you really even though I love going to roll this okay. All right sorry I would take. I would lay the points with forty niners. I think the Vikings had their super bowl yesterday beaten. I agree yeah I think the niners are niners. Few Hoo Stack to loaded. Defense frustrate cousins and the ravens are losing at home. I don't think so either. The Ravens are way to. You'll get the SCHIMMEL. Take the ravens him. We'll take the forty niners at home. That makes me worry though. Because is there a road team that we're going to pick. Are we going to pick four home teams. Because I love the chiefs against the Texans. That's the team this the game this weekend that I don't even think is going to be. That's the the least game. That intrigues me. Wow is the kind of falling on the opposite side of that if there was going to be a game amen. I think somebody's GONNA come nowhere. Holy cow can be the Texans beat the chiefs in Arrowhead. Oh I don't I don't know if it's going to happen. I don't think they're a team that could that are gonNA surprise Hudson's since bumbled their way the other day did a bow. That was an ugly win. All right say also seeing the Texans Roles and picking up by nine and a half and in the point spread. Okay well I mean I. You Bet we've got bitten points. We're taking cheap. We'll take chiefs now. We get to the last game packers hosting the SEAHAWKS. Yeah yeah that's not a bad game. Good Game Aaron Rodgers versus. I mean when you get a chance to play Russell Wilson. That is a great match up playing really well right. I don't think seahawks can score points to keep with the packers and that defense isn't that great but they doc went out of the game nine minutes in and it's over. I mean that was yeah. They go to the red zone five times on Seattle. But you're leaning on Seattle. Yeah they then. Let's see. I think Seattle is give me one of those teams this year and Seattle won their division. It came down to the last game of the. Let's take Vikings Ravens chiefs chiefs. I don't know I'm sorry. Forty niners Ravens. Yes chiefs seahawks there. You go data and make sure you're checking out our friends at online dot. Ag Your online sportsbook experts are. Are you ready for it. Yeah everybody's favorite spot walmart and everybody's favorite place to eight at three o'clock in the morning when you've had too much to drink waffle house. It's always good other times during the day to wait way. Where last year you you want? I don't think there's a year you've law. I don't think uh-huh cowboys well guess. What a fire? My coach. Then guess what I am the Jason Kerr Garrett of podcast and this is where we got ten so I got ten stories for you. It's just very very simple. You guys tell me if it happened at Walmart or if it happened at a waffle house thanks to Kevin Thomas Our main man for the first story. If you'RE GONNA rob a place maybe not do do it on a motorized scooter. Yeah man in a black mask and a black hoodie on a motorized scooter. Took money from the register turned and started to roll away and we stopped stopped about three and a half seconds later by employees of the store and was arrested for attempted robbery. Easy both saying these awesome are easy motorized scooters a lot of times in waffle houses. It's wall this happened at Walmart because you can't get to this register without getting behind where the cook is and everything and to help. Beat your ass. Walmart's the wildfire near us. The cooks always look like they get like seven tattoos. And they're gonNA kick your ass. They got a record. Uh I'm afraid to send food back ever glass. I love it. Great Law story number two according to the JC here in Atlanta. Anna Georgia. A woman would he journal-constitution as a woman became completely belligerent. For reasons unknown to police at this Kennesaw location where she stripped naked through things in other customers broke a window and capped it all off by punching a woman and breaking her nose the warrant for her arrest described her demeanor as suspected excited delirium state. They didn't know what set this woman off but she started throwing stuff and broke. Someone's nose did it happened at Walmart or did it happen in a walk at a waffle house Johnson. To go up it's GONNA say waffle house awful broken. Get A window windows at Walmart to the doors entering shack. Yes buddy go to John Cheat no I I I. We're talking about all right story story number three Customers agreed at one afternoon to a man in a gorilla suit walk did what he wanted and refused to speak English. She just simply grunted and howled it everyone when he was asked to remove the mask for security reasons he turned around he walked out the man a full gorilla costume and up at a Walmart or a waffle house. He ended up at a waffle house. John's going to say walked into a waffle house. Shaquille O'Neal suits to hurt or stove Walmart. Say Are Johnson's Waffle House that happened at at eight Walmart. Shaquille O'Neal yeah. He's not eating garlic suit and everything so all right story number four Down here in the south you gotta be careful about who tried to rob as one suspect. Learn to two. Am in Fulton County here in Atlanta. When he attempted to rob this location was instead and shot and wounded by one of the customers who stood up and protected himself? He was arrested and questioned the customer. Not so much. So did the man who shot the rubber happened at a Wal Mart or a Waffle House Walmart Johnson Walmart. Hello Shack is saying waffle house that happened at a waffle house waffle house. Chuck Schumer shot another customer. At a waffle house. All right number five. A seemingly harmless verbal altercation between two customers took a quick turn one customer from seemingly nowhere was hit with a fold up lawn chair injuring him and barely missing several others. The man was of course arrested. Did he get hit with a fold up lawn chair at a Walmart. Orlov Mart Walmart. You're both wrong happened in full house. Someone had a fold up lawn chair in a while house and hit hit somebody with it. You both jumped. We're both wrong there. You go all right story number six. Even the employees have to deal with drama. Ma has one employs wife charged in around one am and started cursing out her husband for cheating on her. He was working at the time. It started with yelling and then escalated to throwing throwing things until the police arrived to break it up. So where did the man cheating on his wife get confronted by his wife at a Walmart or any waffle waffle house. Oh very confident with his waffle house. Answer Bruin Things Walmart. I've got a text from shack that says Walmart Walmart and John's back in a game that happened at a waffle house. Takes their date if they're cheating on their wife. Hey let's go shop at Walmart while we're cheating on you. uh-huh Murphy's borough Tennessee. By the way there they go all right Story number seven in a truly disturbing story. A woman walked into into the restroom of this establishment. Left about fifteen minutes later when employees went into clean the bathroom. They found a newborn baby on the floor she left. She gave birth birth in the restroom at Walmart and left it there now Walmart. Here's the baby was his has since been adopted perfectly healthy so that's not a it's not a bad lead story but did that happen Walmart's check. Did it happen a Wal Mart or Walmart. Okay sounds to cover the chicken shack. Actress texted me Walmart. So everybody's Walmart that happened at Walmart and they don't Walmart I guess the bathrooms that Wa- fossil too crowded. I said it's too small hole all on crowded and busy waffle house. We love you. Clinton per bathrooms Story Number eight a drunk man wearing a knee brace started raising hell at this location obviously drunk and it took several managers and employees. The calmed down because the man was enormous. That man was rob. Gronkowski did ROB Gronkowski drunk. Start raising hell at a Walmart or a waffle house waffle house. The everybody's saying that's a classic Waffle House right there Gronkowski Raisin Helena waffle all right story number and what's our score by six expulsion by one story number nine a moving vehicle not the best place to start a fight. As customers retreated to a ruckus at this location Asian after a man son began violently punching him from the back seat while the father was driving. So what does the dad do. He bails out of the car and it drives straight through the front doors. There's of this location walnut. It happened in a Walmart or a waffle house Walmart. Sugar Fold Walmart Bone waiting the texts that come all right and shack is also saying because I think of front door and warm and waffle houses have side doors. You know so. I mean happened at Walmart all three of the car. A car couldn't come through the door. Not only that house got the yellow things a little yellow barriers on the door. Yeah that's Haida Haida Polo Rob before you read the question. I'M GONNA give John a chance of answers Walmart Shaq's the X. Softball and the last one is saying Walmart. Police were called to this location. Deal with an older woman who is in the midst of panic attack after claiming this spot was haunted haunted and overrun with evil spirits adversely. She wouldn't leave either because she was in fear the spirits would follow her home. She was escorted home by police. Was She freaking freaking out in front of a Walmart or a waffle. She said Walmart. So I'll go. I have to go waffle house just to try to win all right there you go happened in front of Walmart. A big winner as trump goes working. Here we go. What do you want let me go? We're not doing shot. The Monkey O.. Would be here. Some MILWAK- MILWAK- plus take me home. reread wide nope. We Belong Rock Lega hurricane feelings. y'All yeah we look at the moon for Electric Electric Avenue. Gone to Holo although when I sit. Excuse me a podcast listen. I'm just trying to pick great song. That symbolizes what we will be doing. Twenty twenty Oh veritas. Rosetta Bro Sat on the one that we were always jokin token that was total by toto. You'll find it. Yeah okay thanks Jack We got. What's in two hundred twenty doll- job Rob Hanover? You're ready to go and do it. All I WANNA do in the morning his role. I never saw that girl. I couldn't have you gotTa have all Hold it only grows not driving along the road. Now she's gone and have to say here we go me too sharp. Go to the the last Jedi yes remix. It seems to happen at the end of every single. Happy Twenty twenty. Yeah thank you this show. By the way we track attract issue shacks up one every ten minutes. We're going to get in touch dog. Yes asset cast on twitter and the big podcast shack on instagram. And if you want to date beat dog that would be a way to reach out overall possibly awesome. You're at cast-offs manscaping. The BIG PODCAST with Shack at G MAIL DOT COM. Come on over told us about it. 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