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"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

04:13 min | Last month

"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"The crowd that is assembling for mardian mcgee at the stage so that we get in that head space so that were there and yeah i mean we could hear nanna lynn. What what what. What if somebody did like a mix remember in the ninety s when when people like me like a hit song from movie and they would put it out there totally do so tall of love upstream clips from the movie and area. Maybe what is your favorite springsteen song. What is your favorite song forgets. What is your favorite song. Errors tougher than the rest. Okay tougher than the rest is now. Oh it because he's not going to say steamers that that's a that's a personal thing for me. I love the mavericks version. One hundred dollars. Dues is insanity. But but but but what. If it's like i'm saying what if it's like you know our our our waylon song but didn't has like roosters nanna lynn and and coach. Oh and all that dropped into it. Like i guess a great call supromega martin mcghee mix so we gotta get somebody own net this week travis and trade and so right so we're going to do tougher than the rest not wanna play. That's damn rock and roll by eric church because you talk about getting it ready you talk about tuning it up. You talk about getting that dag on strap it up and get it on bob. Yup and then we play waylon and roosters and coach would have mercedes-benz man now. Several interesting my favorite all time. I don't know if this is kind of like. This is kinda like the question we always get about. What your walk-ups song. It's hard with izhar. But you know. I don't think you walk up song necessarily your favorite song of the long song. Get you fired up. So maybe there's maybe instead of Maybe instead of bruce these represented maybe a set of tougher than the rest. It som- Hundred to think about this. Is it like something from like sophie. B hawkins no then bruce but his. Harvard is like punch you in the face. Bruce like let's go like Badlands badlands. i'm ready to. I'll be ready to rip my pants. Don't don't think we we got. We got put garden kenyan era in there. You're walking out. You gonna pan in a balloon right before the show starts are. I'm gonna. i'm gonna send an email in as soon as we get done. Yeah i'm that's what we need to do. Though man turn on the speakers to the crowd. Because i i've talked. You have talked to the crowd before we know they can open the speakers to the crowd. And we are going to have. That's damn rock and roll badlands waylon. And maybe i'll see you know what travis what we need is we need a. We need the original mark mcghee theme. What was our buddies. Name billy Oh my gosh martyr yan mcgee. I can't believe i'm forgetting. What elliott sadler a four zero six. Today mario mogi even still exists in the system. After work is somewhere. I've got it. I think i've got it somewhere in my visit exists. We should probably have that. Because that's awesome. That's g. I mean that's the four of six from the from the dog toy in the imamas guitar. Down air to espn seven thirty. But there's nothing better than here. Nanon's voice on saturday morning. Oh yeah no no no my wife. Who watches her. Listen to this show and the other night. She had recorded shown. Dvr and she wasn't ready. It was her mom is she wasn't ready for it and All sudden aniline came over. The netherlands came over the surround sound in the basement. And i was like this my every sunday every sunday. It's molly okay. If the roosters growing me.

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"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"Bobble salesman who's being interrogated like I have on the blue shirt and a sport coat, and you were short hair kid. Oh terrified when you were a kid. Did y'all have the encyclopedia Britannica and your house world book? Okay. We had one to a think we got ours. Like from the food line or something? I think we got like, oh, you know, mama went to mum Maza went to get the two for to ground round and happened upon some psycho piteous. Man, I used to sit there. I try to tell my children when they don't understand something. And they just daddy. Can you look that up on the internet that he can you go that whatnot? I'm like you guys don't understand when I was your age. We had to wall. We'd get up off the couch walk over to the bookshelf and open up the encyclopedia right and the world changes so fast today, the encyclopedia Britannica world book Food Lion. Can you even believe that? That was our reference point. I would nanna Lynn it was a static item. Right. Like it didn't chain. No evolve. Just was mandolin the last place where she lived. They had like this LA brea Lander where when I would go visit her she'd role in there, and we sit there and talk, and there was a wall of world book encyclopedia's at this like assisted living. And I was fascinated. I mean, I will talk to her and just flip to the world. And they would have to send you an updated book every year to update the information because you know, if they discovered a new planet or something then not only you do a book report. It was completely outdated. Right. I remember how about this action. Right. You member when we were in high school and had to do our senior paper or whatever and we had to use the Dewey decimal system. Oh, yeah. Use the Dewey decimal system man, you had to have like the one point four seven point nine six three eight five and you pull out that drawer in years a little card in there. A six by six index card that told you where to find the book in the library. And then you had to have the wherewithal and the ability in the intelligence to go find the Nega book. Well, we'll talk to cause classes. Now, I'll also say Chauhan's was last time y'all were into library like Tennessee, his big giant beautiful Aubrey that built when I was a student. Never answer is never because it is. And I tell Ellen L, by the way kids to that daughter. That's all the time. And I say the old man voice. I'm like, you should never get anything wrong. You shouldn't should never get anything wrong. Hey, remember, I if you watch television Randy you got a head shot. Yeah. We do. It's. Allah, like, I'm selling world books right here. Go. So in a cycle that's old headshot. Still an encyclopedia britannicas, you know. What that is. That is my head shot when I wrote my worst selling book about the college World Series, which is ten years ago. So so would you like to that guy? Excuse me, sir. Would you like to buy book about the college World Series or an encyclopedia Britannica? I I remember I remember our food line encyclopedia's. What I was mesmerized. I was mesmerized by the spine of the books as I was by the guts of the books because they were they had these goal. They were golden blazing. Yeah. That was fancy. Hey in the best, though, was you go to the to the volume that had the human body thing in it. The JAL have like the head like plastic page. Yes, man. The back looked vascular Tori, system, right word, vascular system, organs and all that what's that? What's that word, not vascular tone? Heard. Of that. Circulatory circulatory the way we had a caller that was sitting on hold. He's gone. We talk about buzz ways Fasulo stories. About minute six on the onus on a world. Book encyclopedia conversation, he go. Oh, yeah. Here's a bones. Yes. Man. Awesome. You Famer and a radius and how. The purses sack. How many like athletic trainers? Currently, you should ask your boy bones..

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"nanna lynn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:39 min | 2 years ago

"nanna lynn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"More comfortably. Well, what was more comfortable for you reading that one? Or the previous rejoin read. Hey, I'm so granted I got I got a couple more hours asleep than you did. I know what you did because you were working. But I I couldn't even say earlier I tried to say that you and I had driven to show into a ditch. I couldn't even say that. Right. I think I said I'd driven his own to a ditch. Or also think that you just made up a word a couple of minutes ago like on verse or something like that. Yeah. It happens. It's mardi McGee, bro. We have our own language. We're completely off the tracks. And that's all right. We get away with that. Because that's the show the best part of this is for the TV part is so we're in this double box is me and described this for your radio people. It's me. This is on the phone Marty Smith with a map, and it says Washington DC in and I've been looking at this official ESPN headshot of you walk all morning. Gotta be grinning to me like like like, you're ten years old. Yeah. Marty's grin, and at me like jerk like you saying that to me. Like, he doesn't believe mixtures eight years old Randy. Oh, yeah. So my beard discolored say heavy SCRUFF. Yeah. This'll ESPN dot com. Headshot to goes on all my stories. I look like I'm being interrogated. I like a bible salesman who's being interrogated like I have on the blue shirt in a sport coat when you're short a kid. Oh, terrified. When you were a kid did y'all have the encyclopedia Britannica in your house. I had a world book. Okay. We had one to a think we got ours like from the Food Lion or something. I think we got like, mama. Went to mom went to get the two for to ground round and happened upon some encyclopedia's. I used to sit there. I try to tell my children when they don't understand something. And they just daddy. Can you look that up on the internet? Daddy, can you go that whatnot? I'm like you guys don't understand when I was your age. We had the wall. We get up off the couch walk over to the bookshelf and open up the encyclopedia and the world changes so fast today, the encyclopedia Britannica world book Food Lion. Can you even believe that? That was our reference point would mandolin he was a static item. Chain. No evolve. It just was nanna Lynn the last place where she lived. They had like this lob rarely lounge area where when I would go visit her she'd roll in there, and we sit there and talk, and there was a wall of world book encyclopedias at this like assisted living facility, and I was fascinated. I mean, I will talk to her and just flip to the world, and they will send you an updated book every year to update the information because you know, if they discovered a new planet or something. Not only do a book report. It was completely outdated. I remember how about this action. Right. You remember when we were in high school and had to do a senior paper or whatever and we had to use the Dewey decimal system, Miami, use the Dewey decimal system man, you had to have like the one point four seven point nine six three eight five and you pull out that drawer. In a six by six index card that told you where to find the book in the library. And then you had to have the wherewithal and the ability in the intelligence to go find the book. Well, I thought well, I'll talk to 'cause classes now I'll also show hands was last time y'all were in the library like Tennessee had this big giant beautiful library that they built when I was a student. Never answer is never because I tell them all the time. Oh, and by the way. Kids to add some dollars. And I said the old man voice. I'm like, you should never get anything wrong. You shouldn't should never get anything wrong. Hey, remember, I if you watch television Randy you got a head shot. Yeah. We do. It's. Yes. I'm selling world books right here in the Cyclopes old headshot. I like an encyclopedia britannicas, you know. What that is. That is my head shot when I wrote my worst selling book about college World Series, which is ten years ago. So so would you like to be that guy? Excuse me, sir. Would you like to buy a book about the college World Series or an encyclopedia Britannica? I would. I remember. I remember our food line encyclopedias of what I was mesmerized. I was mesmerized by the spine of the books as I was by the guts of the books because they were they had these gold. They were golden blazing. Yeah. That was fancy. Hey in the best, though, was you go to the to the volume that had the human body thing in it. Did y'all have like the headline last page. Yes, man. The back looked vascular system, right word, vascular system, organs and all that. What's that? What's that word, not vascular, Tori? Yeah. That that circulatory circulatory. A caller that was sitting on hold. He's gone. We talk about buzz ways. Stories about six on the on the world. Book encyclopedia conversation. He's gone. Here's the bones. Yes. Man. Awesome. Femur radius in how many? Bursa sac. How many athletic trainers, currently, you should ask you boy bones? This will how most Colleen he listens. Every how many people in the athletic like sports medicine industry. I was just with a bunch of orthopedics sports medicine Gaza today to look at my busted hamstring. I wonder how many of them are age got into that business because of the colorful graphical pages of the world looking here. Here's a man tale Arca. So when I went to Carson Newman college Carson Newman University College, I went, yeah. Go eagles. I went down there play baseball. Well, sparks I decided it'd be a good idea to do pre-med. I thought man I'll be doctorates go real. We had this class called medical terminology. Medical terminology and every single word was sixty four syllables in Latin. Yeah. Yeah. I was so far out of my lane. I didn't know what hit me. And I'm like, yeah. Ain't gonna be a doctor. Yeah. Ain't no way. Hey, get this. Russian. For two weeks and. Russia. Donna dawson. That's all on what's that mean? How you doing? How's it going? What's up? Russian that was the beginning. End of my rush hour, so awful at the professor literally looked at me in the middle classes, you know, what Mr. McGee, I really think you strap this classical take something else like in front of the entire class. Well, so we had to take Spanish or French in high school. And all I remember from high school is Hello. My name is Martin Ola mayo. Martin. I know there's like a Camo stead. I'm not sure what it means. I remember that sentence. So hopefully, it's not like a cuss word or something. No DASA, Don, what what you know what I should use. My I should use my two weeks of college Russian to contact the hackers who have taken over the Mardian McGee. Maybe I should do the cater barrier meals. Maybe I should read the Canterbury tales to them, and they would succumb to that. We have to go to break. And I think that you should take us out to break. It straight ahead. Always. You should see this graphic. Looks much older Marty's. Then you flip mine too. Oh, man. If you're if you're listening to radio or tweet this 'cause it's it's embarrassing. A you know, when you're with your buddies or something, especially when we were kids, we were younger and somebody would be telling a joke, and you didn't want to act like you didn't know that. It was funny. So you just laughed anyway. That's what I'm doing right now. Well, I'll tell you right now. It's it's I'm trying to take a picture of it the tweet. It's a scary and the A L away, you can take the best way to go out of the segment to get rid of the hillbilly headlines. Once you give us a little Canterbury tales as we go to break. It's morning McGee. It's Mardian McGee on a Saturday morning. I have not slept. But I need some corn. Smarty? Marty smith. More from those two rednecks.

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"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"I mean, he was a stub, but so Ted Williams Yogi Berra Joe DiMaggio. Hang Greenburg all these guys, and I learned this Lindsey barrel. One of our foam or co workers Yogi Berra's granddaughter. She went to university of North Carolina Chapel Hill and told me that her grandfather and Ted Wednesdays. We're actually state. In there because the campus was kinda commandeered as a training facility for a lot of places North Carolina's. Obviously just were sitting was just covered up in it. And it wasn't you know, the the the men went and fault overseas or whatnot. And another interesting part about World War Two is the ladies in a lot of cases assumed the professions that their husbands hailed like one of my family members. They went over and fall and. His wife became the Lance snack crackers delivery person because that was his job. She assumed his profession. My grandmother, Frankie Massey. Frankie Henderson at the time before my grandparents were married. She went and worked at Goodyear Tire plant because they're going through tires like crazy on all these vehicles. We'll tell the everybody cycle. It's how we ended up with the with the all American professional girls baseball league. That's you know, the the the we haven't even mentioned more. Yeah. Well, now, you talk about an amazing NASCAR team owner who's in the NASCAR hall of fame who owned cars for Ricky Rudd, Dale Earnhardt and all of these famous NASCAR drivers. But more was at Normandy y'all that that that door went down on that boat and bud more at nineteen years old ran onto the beach. He's nineteen years old and captured an entire platoon of Germans him in a Jeep a. Jeep driver. Just the two of them. What I mean? It's so Radi. Ren TV rated you were talking about working sports century. Yes. Always remember the sportscenter about Moberg who was great book to catcher was a spy, and he was a major league catcher that was over in Japan barnstorming, but there was a sports century. And you're talking about an former coworker of ours is CBS Now, Dan Weinberg talks about interviewing these guys Haydn inhales in a field in France for like a week and a half, while the Germans were sleeping leaning up against a hay bales. Those you interview these guys do you think I'm not a man? That's a man. Oh, absolutely. Yeah. I mean, all stoical moments that the guys and everything they've done. You're like man, what am I doing my life? They've already done all this. It's it's it's pretty fascinating. No. It's you leave. There you leave their thinking man, I done nothing. This dude was hide inside of a hay bale for two weeks with. Nazi sleeping on right here. Again, try not to breathe hard having just wrote about it yesterday. Yeah. Yeah. Great detail in gruesome detail. My grandfather shared with me. It's just you know, I didn't necessarily mean to veer off on this tangent this morning, but it's just been really top of mind for me about the blessings that we have to actually get to do this. And I thought about it driving down here this morning, and then old hippie comes on to. And you think about those guys that are still hanging and say it all the time. If you see one of our veterans who's wearing that hat, you go tell them, thank you. You can take that second to do that. I won't do. Now is I want to go back down there to where nanna Lynn was living up until just last Friday. And I want to sit down with those guys. I wanna park them in front of the TV say. Let's watch these days run into underwear. Think about that that word he wrote just thrown out a little bit. And but you know, what though they'd be cool. They just they little football. And they'd be humble. And because that's that's who they are. Right. So we've been talking about American heroes and unaware Olympics and underwear Olympics. Great hair and coming up. We're going to be talking about an entirely different Diane heroes heroes, the hillbilly headlines straight ahead. That's a transition right there. So. ESPN radio and the ESPN app in the SEC network idiots. I'm looking at my phone, and I kind of look up into my left hates Michael, Jordan. And I went, thanks. He ever miss Mardian. Mckee? Check out the podcast on the ESPN app..

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"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"But I was working with Steve burns on nine eleven known a show that I was producing that he was hosting and what he said that day. I remember about a week later. He looked at me, and we're having a bad day and work was going sideways. Also because well, it could be worse. He could be under ninety million pounds tons of rubble and from then on that was kind of our mantra, which is you know, what you think you having a bad day you having a bad day and Tom on nanna Lynn going to see her nursing home. And they did a coolest thing where they're put the portrait's of all the veterans on the wall. And that's how that's awesome. And you. You guy sitting right there at the front step every day. He had on his head on his hat with his. I remember coming in and asking one day. Where'd you serve his midway in the Pacific war two. You know that and any file have told us from before going to any five hundred they always recognize because Memorial Day weekend. The always have a huge presence of veterans there and current service people in military service. Also, I remember sitting in the lobby of the hotel and all these guys are sitting around. And I realize it's every living congressional medal of honor all of them that they could get there. And I was like, and that's when you're like, I ain't done not. I Don Jack. I I'm sitting on the radio bragging about being the space shuttle, captain Espace, can I was sitting in coffee shop crying yesterday thinking about this. There's a famous scene in the patent movie where they're heading towards the battle of the bulge in a middle. Of the night, and there's all of these German planes flying over and then the cloud cover rose in and patent says turn on the lights and they'd go. My grandfather lived it. No, it's makes you feel pretty small just makes you realize too. It's just there's heroes and enters heroes. And we get to have a lot of them. But so we sit here me idiots and talk.

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"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"Call us at eight seven to nine three seven seven six eight eight eight say ESPN. So we've been talking about me being in space. If you're watching on TV. I want to give him a gift. Where'd you get this? Artsy grabbed the arts and crafts department hooked us up. There you go. Space. Oh, buzz light year. I'm gonna take to me, it's mine male. And so for those of you listening on the radio head McGee is holding a photograph of buzz light year, and it's got mcgee's face on it. Yeah. And I mean, it's fantastic. What should we name this? So as mardi than what are you? We'll come up with somebody. Okay. So to to expand NBA I was when I turned away series the underwear laws light year last night. Rated just said buzz buzz. That's pretty good. Yeah. That's pretty good. Okay. We'll go out. Okay. When I turned away from the underwear Olympics last night, mostly out of embarrassment. Turned on Ken burns PBS documentary on the Vietnam war. Well, and it's quite it's quite the battleship turn right there. It was. I just was I could not turn it off. It was unbelievably well done. I learned so much that I did not know and I'm embarrassed. You know, it's an interesting how in this life. When you have everything your fingertips. You're completely disinterested. In everything it took to give you that life. Right. Right. And I think a lot of people our age in their early forties, whose fathers or fathers, friends or whomever fault in that war. Just did not realize the true magnitude of the hill that those people experienced we were at the we were born at the end of it. Right. We came along is that was winding down. So. Yeah. By the time we were old enough to to understand it the world who moved on to something else. I just I want. If we have veterans listening that fall in Vietnam or any war for that matter or served at all, you know, how pre she'd if I am of your service, but I just learned so much in that documentary and then on the way down here this morning. Ironically, I had on my create these playlists and whatnot that I listen to on the track down here every morning and have you ever heard that song old hippie by the Bill Bellamy brothers? Oh, yeah. So I'll really digested this morning. What that songs about? It has an awesome. Melody an awesome beat to it. But the words of it are unbelievable. And there's just one line. And where it goes back in the sixties. He thought everyone was hip, and then they sent him off the Vietnam on his senior trip. Yep. And you sit there, and you think man those dudes were seventeen eighteen nineteen years old going over there to make sure you know, that we're free. Well, that's the part of my my grandfather. And I've been doing a lot. We lost nanna Lynn my mother-in-law lasts a week ago and someone doing a lot of reflecting as one will do in that situation. And I was thinking a lot about my grandparents because this is my my daughter lost her, the first grandparent is she's lost..

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"nanna lynn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"nanna lynn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"So we've been talking about me being in space. If you're watching on TV. Where'd you get this? Artsy-craftsy arts and crafts department hooked us up. There you go. Space buzz light year. We'll take to me. So for those of you listening on the radio. My head McGee is holding up a photograph of buzz light year and. Mcgee's face on it. Yeah. It's fantastic. What should we name this? So as Marty then we'll come up with somebody. Okay. So to to expand. I was when I turned away series the underwear light year. Randy just said buzz buzz. That's pretty good. Yeah. Yeah. That's pretty good. Okay. We'll go. Okay. When I turned away from the underwear Olympics last night. Yeah. Mostly out of embarrassment. Turned on Ken burns PBS documentary onto the at Phnom war. Well, and it's quite it's quite battleship. Turn right there. It was just was I could not turn it off. It was unbelievably well done. I learned so much that I did not know and I'm embarrassed. In an interesting how in this life when you have everything at your fingertips. You're completely disinterested. In everything it took to give you that life. Right. Right. And I think a lot of people our age in their early forties, whose fathers or fathers, friends or whomever fault in that war. Yeah. Just did not realize the true magnitude of the hill that those people experienced we were at the we were born at the end of it. Right. We came along that was winding down. So. Yeah. By the time we were old enough to to understand it the world has moved on to something else. I just I want. If we have veterans listening that fall in Vietnam or any war for that matter or served at all. You know, how appreciative I am of your service. But I just learned so much in that documentary, and then all the way down here this morning. Ironically, I had on my create these playlists and whatnot that I listen to on the track down here every morning and have you ever heard that song old hippie by the Bill Bellamy brothers? Oh, yeah. So are really digested this morning that songs about it has an awesome. Melody in an awesome beat to it. But the words of it are unbelievable. And there's just one line where it goes back in the sixties. He thought everyone was hit. And then they sent him off to Vietnam on his senior trip. Yeah. And you sit there, and you think man those dudes were seventeen eighteen nineteen years old. Going over there to make sure that we're free. Well, that's the part of my my grandfather. And I've been doing a lot. We lost nanna Lynn my mother-in-law lasts a week ago. And I've been doing a lot of reflecting is one we'll do in that situation. And I was thinking a lot about my grandparents because this is my my daughter lost her the first grandparents she's lost. Marsh Goodell, and they put him on a train in hamlet North Carolina and send him across the country. To believe Portland, Oregon and put him on the ship and send him into the Pacific. And this dude had never left Richmond county North Carolina in his life. And suddenly, he's in the Pacific Ocean kamikaze plane slammed into the ship killed his best buy came from back home. He's nineteen nineteen is just amazing to think about it. But it's it's it's funny to put that in the context of like we're talking about the NFL draft. And there's a lot of talk about pressure on these guys and the riding in this morning. I was listening to Jeremy shout before us on ESPN radio interview in the head of the. And one and done and putting pressure on kids. Also in pressures, a relative thing understand that. But it's. It's one thing to. Are you ready for the combine when you're twenty years old? It's another thing go to Omaha bench and watch it. Yeah. I was it's funny that you bring up World War Two as well. Because I've sort of been talking about this book a little bit now get way more into that as we get closer to its release. But I was writing yesterday mortgage writing a book about my grandfather who was in George Patton's third army. He was a preacher, man. George Patton's third army and back in two thousand nine. Had lost. Both my parents. And I started thinking hard about who. I was and where I came from and all those things and why I am who I am in the mistakes. I've made and all those things and I decided I need to ask my Papa about World War Two. And if you've read Tom Brokaw's greatest generation, you know, that that generation of folks was asked to fight for our freedom, and they went and did it didn't trumpet it. They didn't talk about it. They just went and did it and I asked him, and I didn't know how he would react in the way that he reacted was unbelievable. And he talked for six hours and chronicle a lot of the things that he told me that day. And our daily strife in our daily definition of pressure and all of the it's just laughable. No. It's just it's it's so our our buddy Steve burns. Our dear friend, one of my best friends in the world pass away. Just a few years ago. He worked at Fox Sports forever. Great nascar. Reporter it was forever for thirty years. But I was working with Steve burns on nine eleven known a show that I was producing and he was hosting. What he said that day about a week later. He looked at me. And we're having a bad day at work was going sideways, also speak as well. It could be worse. He could be under ninety million pounds tons of rubble and from then on that was kind of our mantra, which is you know, what you think you having a bad day, you're having a bad day and mandolin going to see her at her nursing home. And they did the coolest thing where they put the portrait's of all of the veterans on the wall. That's awesome and guy sitting right there at the front step every day. He had on his head on his hat with his remember coming in and asking one day. Where'd you serve his way in the Pacific World War Two, you know, that? And. Before good at any five hundred and they always recognized because Memorial Day weekend. The always have a huge presence of veterans. They're in current service people. Military service. Also, remember sitting in the lobby of the hotel day all these guys are sitting around. And I realize it's every living congressional medal of honor all of them that they could get there. And I was like, and that's when you're like ain't nothing done, Jack. I I'm sitting on the radio bragging about being the space shuttle, captain Espace came I was sitting in coffee shop crying yesterday thinking about this. There's a famous scene in the patent movie where they're heading towards the battle of the bulge in the middle of the night. And there's all of these German planes flying over and then the cloud cover roles in. And patent says turn on the lights, and they go. My grandfather lived it. No, it's makes you feel pretty small word just makes you realize to assist there's heroes and enders heroes. And we get to have a lot of them. But so we sit here and talk about this show. It's McGee on ESPN radio and ESPN ESPN..

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"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"And I appreciate the number of tweets have received this morning from people who've been longtime listeners of the show and nobody ever sounded like nanna land because she had that thick savannah accent. And the best part of when we want she listened to radio show. But when we started doing TV in the fall, she became obsessed with our hair and our look. Doc, and what exactly was that? We said when we said it, and I would come back to my house to the answer machine. And this is the ala have voicemails and messages left from from from now Lynn, and here's an example of that. When she she had a question she wanted to make sure that I knew what to do with my makeup wants to show our way. I was call you last night to tell you to be sure to wash your face. You get all that make up over you face. But I love this year last night. It was a great show. And I know everybody else loved it too. But I will probably try to anyway, just to make all when you get it bans. That's our United. I love that Kojak gets really was is really sweet NICKY. But okay United. The will must must've. That's greatest message. I've ever heard my life. Well, after every show, this mess is our gift from a mother in law and include is we're about we take that was after our first show. We I went on television last fall. And then she grew up Savannah, Georgia as a teenager would ride with the family who keeps the others would ride from savannah of to Athens road in the back seat with other in her lap for at least one game. So she grew up Georgia fan, she became a Tennessee fan because they lived in Knoxville, and then became a Kentucky football fan for no reason other than she watched this show when we will television fall, and we had coach stoops on. And she thought he was the greatest guy ever. So as a Georgia fan after the LSU game. This is the voice mail that I had. Horrible football game. I watched today door to Florida LSU, and they looked horrible. But anyway, I just saw pigging at and then also I think it seemed one today and then fraud today too. So that's a good sign, and I'm gonna what he did. But anyway, I just called you that On on the the air. arrogance because I know you didn't know about it. Okay, baby. I love you. Thirty latest. But these are the everyday voicemails that I will have particular after we did the show and she wanted to make sure that you and I need to take a makeup off. And she was particularly szeswith your hair get that make up off make sure you wash it face. So when we have always done a show in mardi will say mardi McGee. Like, how do you say it Madi that was for Nantel in nanna Lynn shout out the alleged legendary we appreciate the kind words as always. And as you know, as I told you to health wasn't great over the last couple of months, but she's free of that pain now, and and she will live forever on this show. And I appreciate you Bryson Anna and the greatest southern accent that anybody's ever had and hers was for real as opposed to ours, which people continue to tell me is fake Madi. Mahdi? What about girl the, but? Yeah. Can you imagine? Like, she told me, and it was funny. She tell you stories I got an owner for ever decade and a half and one day. She was like, you know, I wrote I did a story a couple years ago for UCLA magazine with all the Matt live mascots Ramesses, North Carolina ralphie the buffalo say, yeah. Ramos sees thought it was. Ramsey's ramseys. I don't know. If you add it to me, I always call for your EMMY. That's right. From you got that. I'll that I'll buy one get mad which autos got sounds like something that's going to be making my breakfast in about ten years. He got burrito. Yeah. I drove down to Disney's e park last time beers around the world to the arts festival to got. Mandalay when mission, but the yeah. But she can you imagine..

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"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"I drove from my home in Charlotte up to Durham for the Carolina Suare awesome. Right. And was going to be an interesting evening anyway. And then thirty seconds thirty six hundred seventy game the best player in the country. You talk about a moments where something happens because I was sitting in the best seat on press row. Omid court literally the blue line between my feet, and that thing happened is close to me is that wall over there, which y'all can't see on radio, but I'm pointing over here. And that's probably what it's like twenty twenty feet away fifteen feet and it happened. And it was one of those things that that happens right in front of you. But your brain refuses to accept the fact that it just happened when that shoe completely came apart thank blue apartment right there front of me. And it was one of those start looking around, and I'm surrounded by like, you know, Luke peacock, and Ed harden and all the the the veterans of tobacco road basketball. We'll look at them. And they look at me, and we're like what in the world is going on. And then we just sue he's going to put a new pair of shoes on a come out. And of course, that never happened is what everybody expected, but for those you watch it on TV, you can see it right here. It was the weirdest thing that left shoe. You just blew up and went halfway up. She in so I'm covering the Daytona five hundred. I was there for almost six days. Never once wrote anything about a blown out tire go to do Carolina. And I ended up writing the story and doing sports on I talking about blown out rubber. That was dude. It was the most bizarre. It was it was a crazy night. But the point of all that is that's how you end up sitting here. Reading stuff off the screen that you shouldn't read I slept all week. And then we have some we have some news. We do you also had an emotional, right? Because those of you who are Marty and McGee lifers know, all about nanna Lynn. And we lost nanna Leno Friday. And those of you that follow the show. No, we came. We did TV last fall. And then we kind of went away a little bit for the winter when we came back. I made a comment I said him and feeling well, and we were overwhelmed by the response on Twitter, and and she always appreciated that. And as we go along today on the show, we will hear nanna Lynn, obviously, she recorded promos for the show. That's how the audience know legendary with one of the great accents. And the history of southern accents. She's a child of Savannah, Georgia. And we also have a couple of voice miles from her this. She left me throughout the football season to comedy there on the show came. She had watched your hair my hair, Canada, szeswith Kentucky football because of our Marty. Mcgee TV show in the fall we had stoop any for Heisman and Benny for Heisman. And she grew up in Savannah, Georgia fan delivered in Knoxville, Tennessee. See? And of course, they're daughter went there where I met my wife and became a Tennessee fan. But then in the last fall of her life became this, huge Kentucky full. Because of this show. So we will pay tribute in Anna Lynne, we will talk about Zahn Williamson's blown out shoe. We will hopefully wake up and before I'll do all that. I'm going to tell you use PIN radio's presented by progressive insurance drivers switched to progressive can save.

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"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"You. If if you're news. Here's my mug. If you're new to the radio program, partly cloudy is what we refer to when when we come in. And and so now we're on TV back in the day when it was just strictly a radio show, and we weren't like on camera. You partly cloudy, and you know, you do the show from your basement, and I will do the show from my basement, and I'm not saying that maybe I wouldn't sitting there in a captain, America robe, and no pants. But now, we're on television. And you can't roll with that. Right. Well, I usually went to the courtyard Marriott lobby. Yeah. So I did have on pants, but that was about the extent of it. And where we not on television right now, I would be in the courtyard Marriott lobby. Man. It's it was like non degrees yesterday in Saint Louis, and I don't care who you are. That is about fifty degrees below my southern blood tolerance level, right? I just you know, what the older I get. I can see why retirees moved Florida because I hate hate the cold weather. There's how many games have you? And I covered in stadiums with a roof on it host of them. We've covered a lot of games the national championship with roofs. There's almost he'll wear I still wear a loan. John layer right underneath my suit. Right. Even win. I mean side right because I can't stay in the cold anymore. Hey, we just heard from nanna Liz off. Yeah. We just heard from nanna Lynn and she lives in a assisted living center. And I'll go see your later today. It'll be one hundred and seventy five degrees in there. That's just how that right? And by the way, we're talking about turning up to heat. That means it's time to turn up the rooster rewind. That was a bad transition. You sleep after happy hour. No WI fi on the tractor. Just coming back from fishing. Time to catch up the rooster rewind on Mardian McGinn. All right. So something that we had a chance to talk about on this program because we did the show before the NFL championship conference championship games. And sometimes I'd like to dress here is there. How about that is? Yeah. Then you're there in Saint Louis. Former home of the Rams who are now in the Super Bowl. That's right. And that's exactly. So there in LA. I bet they're thrilled. And then they were inter in LA and now the Super Bowl, and I want to address something with your morning. I to get your take on this. Because I know how I feel I understand that was a terrible. No, call understand that terrible. Isn't a strong enough word to describe that. No call. But I also would like Drake agree. Egregious. Dislike Ricky Bob his dad, disagree GIS. But I want to I want to say something to the saints fans out there. Same thing. I said to Georgia football fans. Ohio State football fans, anybody who lost in a heartbreaker and felt like they should still be playing with they're not playing anymore. You're not playing anymore. It's time to get over it sore. Loser disease has infected not just the sports world. Just the world in general. You lost it sucks. But guess what? It's over and you can be sad and mad and bowel the billboard you want. But you eight rolling back time, and you're not gonna the Super Bowl. I just think that you have to look at it. Look if I was a saints fan. I would be so livid. I would feel so robbed. I would be completely disenchanted and ticked off at the referees. At the league at everybody involved. But. When you talk to football coaches. What do they always say it ain't that one play? And I'm sorry. It's not just that one play. Let's you can flip the script and go over to the Kansas City New England game. If I was a chief's fan. I was listening chief chiefs fans last night. And I mean, I know Tom Brady's the goat. And I know he's a magician. He's like David Copperfield in a helmet. But look man that will roughing the passer on that. Yeah. I mean, I could I've sneezed harder than that, man. So you can have beef with that all you want..

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"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"Y'all listen Morgan radio, we had our own there all the time. Nanna Lynn call. She loves Mark stoops because he was on this show. She called us. She goes and that warp in Kentucky, they just keep touchy winning. I mean, she loves. That now in the Ristori one Hello cooter. We'll talk about football. So football. That was a ridiculous reductive win. When you say Kentucky football right now. Yeah. What enters the mind is so different from what used to enter that used to be Tilleke? Yeah. Now, it's they got shot to win the SEC's they'll Saturday night against a really good Georgia team coming off this unbelievable victory in Columbia, Missouri against coach them in. The tigers. All it looked like coach Odem Hatem. It looked like they had. But the resilience of the Kentucky. Wildcats look at this celebration. There's been a lot of great locker room celebrations, the stage. Oh, yeah. And the well coordinated fist pump, and the chant the chant is this. Get it. A bellies out of his sweater on. Those Nike monarch those, you know, Costco, shoes that are nice. They come out the bin. Where? No matter what kind of shoes you wear long as you win a game. This this might already be the greatest history season. The history Kentucky football fate up. Because so these are the games that. Look at this. So. It looks like the ceiling of the Paris. Berg Baptist church basement when bones and Joe bears. Scotty and me play basketball against we didn't have a goal we use the lower the that the thing that hung down. Go tore up. The whole sealant of the church. Momma wasn't happy. Well, that will also like the ceiling of the Fred old elementary school library when we had the science fair and boy Schoenholtz he accident launch does model rocket in the library. And it went. That'll leave a Mark up into the ceiling. Did he go space camp when you know, I wouldn't space cabin. But I don't know what the space camp McGee would space camp and. Will this leave the command commander, man? I I wanted to Kobe..

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"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"nanna lynn" Discussed on Marty and McGee

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