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"nemeth" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"The law offices of Nick Nemeth. The bipartisan Senate report found glaring failings by law enforcement leading up to the deadly January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol City investigation found intelligence gathered about potential violence on January 6th wasn't shared and in some cases downplayed or not viewed as credible. The report did not investigate report on or hardly make any reference. To the actual cause. The actual impetus Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the Senate findings renew his belief in independent commission modelled after a post 9 11 panel is needed. Top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell says the Senate investigation is invaluable. I'll continue to support these efforts over any that seek to politicize the process. Senate Republicans blocked legislation to create an additional commission on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News Federal prosecutors have announced the takedown of an international crime ring by using encrypted cellphone technology. FBI agent Suzanne Turner. More than 300 people were arrested in advance of the worldwide take down based on the intelligence from the FBI platform close to 9000 law enforcement officers in nearly 18 countries were involved in the operation. The Dallas based hospital Foundation is donating $2 million toward the community park being built at Fair Park. Brian Wahlen with Fairpark first says the 11 acre space off Fitzhugh Avenue plays a critical role in the revitalization of Fair, part 11 acre community Park, designed by some of the best designers from the Metroplex and around the country is really going to propel this forward. We think it's a natural evolution of the site, and it helps put the park back in fair Park. The community park will feature splash pads, pavilions and a Children's play area. Texas business Real time numbers on Wall Street, The Dow down eight points NASDAQ Up 34 the S and P 500 Up by three.
"nemeth" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"To hear Joe Nemeth on this show, and I'm always excited here, Joe name and I told you once I had a chance to meet him, and I couldn't do it. I couldn't go up to him and say hello. By the way Travel Lawrence's mom was trending on Twitter. His mom's always saw that story. You bring that up. That's a good story. We'll bring that up, but okay, good. So we won't tell Joe name is Joe Nolan that all these years? You love them. You pray to the altar, but you're scared to say hello. So maybe we'll let you sail on the air. That would be awesome. All right, You're all right in battle. Long Island Expressway. Good news that the cross Alan that earlier multi vehicle accident with again a motorcycle that has now been cleared. Now, if you're on the L i e. Further on in. You've got delays coming up to the Brooklyn Queens Expressway. An accident on that lower level seven state West Bennett Eagle Avenue was crashed out front of the van like coming into Kennedy Airport that stall in the right lane. That is still there. Now South Bend on the drive. We're extra heavy off of the George Washington Bridge into 155th Street. That crash still being cleared. We still have delays on the B The F D n the R. The Q and the number three line and alternate side again today is in effect with traffic on the seven time Joe Nolan Talk Radio 77 W. ABC picked the tunnel to tell Hours Foundation has been supporting America's front line hero since 9 11 when so many people lost their lives while saving others This year is the foundation's 20th year of honoring and supporting our nation's greatest heroes and their families. Thanks to the support of people like you. When a first responder of military service member doesn't come home and young Children are left behind tunnel to towers pays off their mortgage toe lift the financial burden. And bring their family stability for catastrophically injured veterans and first responders. Tunnel to towers builds mortgage free Smart homes enabling our country's most severely injured patriots toe live more independent lives. Help tunnel to towers do good mark the 20th anniversary of 9 11 by donating $11 a month AT T to t dot orc. That's t the number two t dot or g'kar. Thank you for your support. Joan Hamburg here and I'm going to share with you one of my great pleasures taking a bath in my absolutely gorgeous new bath fitter bathtub.
Melvin Hazen Helped Segregate Washington DC, And Got A Park In His Name
"Eighty years ago. Any washingtonian would have likely known. The name melvin. Hazen he was the city's defacto mayor before residents were allowed to elect their own leaders now neighbors and officials are calling for hazings name to be removed from local park. Wmu's jacob fenced-in explains why if you've never heard the name. Melvin hazen you're not alone melvyn hayes and was is coretec. Watch hikes to my along. Trail named for mr hazen three times a week with her dog but never knew who was named four or why not. I mean it's got the creek right beside it. The trail crisscrossing. Melvin creek winding valley under a canopy of beach and tulip trees at leads from rock creek. Park up to connecticut avenue. Recently neighbors have begun to learn about the man behind the name basically thanks to him that or free. Upper northwest is as white as it is. Monmouth is a local advisory neighborhood commissioner. She says he's in policies when he ran. The city in the nineteen thirties were racist. He worked to bulldoze one of the only black communities west of rock creek that legacy of segregation is visible to this day word. Three where melvin. Park is located his just seven percent black given the ugly history. Is this really. We want to memorialize answer no in november nemeth and the anc called on the national park service which owns the park to rename it dc congresswoman. Eleanor holmes norton made the same request. It's the latest effort to scrub the city. In the country of names and monuments with racist legacies the scrutiny on hazing is due in part to research done by local historian and writer neil flanagan. It's a story that explains a lot about why. Dc looks the way it does you know why on one side of rock creek park and why qabala live on the other during seasons fifty year career in dc. He went from an axeman clearing land to make way for streets to district. Surveyor president of the board of supervisors
Raiders make surprise pick in latest Mel Kiper Jr. mock draft
"Mock draft three point. Oh is available on. Espn plus right. Now and here. We go no surprise at the top. Trevor lawrence has been there and we'll be there for the moment and started to the moment. That pig is made. He's going jacksonville. And that's not going to change at number. Two mel projects the jets to stay put and select quarterback zach wilson who would be the team's highest drafted quarterback since they took joe nemeth thousand nine hundred sixty five at number three. We have a trade that panthers would move up from number eight to select justin fields from ohio state carolina getting its quarterback of the future miami. Picking up more prime picks. And the falcons make it four for four to begin the draft selecting their quarterback of the future trae lanes. Should it go this way. It would be the first time ever that quarterbacks go with each of the first four picks in the draft. We take a look at the rest of mel's top ten. After the four consecutive quarterbacks we see some other names you will get to know. Kyle pitch superstar tight end. More pass catchers jamarcus devante smith jail waddell notably absent on this screen. Max jones the fifth quarterback in this first round the star from alabama who mel projects. Going number fifteen to the new england patriots and let's start there because mel we spoke about this the last time you broke this down for us. You had max jones going considerably higher namely number eight overall. Why do you see this drop. Greenwich carolina eight with matt rule had max jones at the senior bowl practices where he was exceptional right. So you figure carolina's stuck at eight. They would look at mack. Jones new england and fifteen is built. Bellichik nick sabin connection and obviously looking at a quarterback to get back to. Maybe the tom brady days. Okay get your that type of quarterback which is what mack jones is his style and the way he goes about his business as a pocket passer so once carolina in my mach three point. Zero was moving up to get justin field. Mack jones next opportunity to come off. The board for me would be new england at fifteen.
"nemeth" Discussed on WJR 760
"Here tonight, Talking with Dr Nemeth boards, Sort of high periodontist in Southfield, Michigan. Doctor Nemeth is with us tonight discussing his state of the art clinic latest treatments and carried on take care. The relationship between gum disease and many systemic diseases from cardiac issues to cancer. The doctor Nemeth, We've talked about a lot of things tonight, but let's switch it up a little bit and talk about cosmetic and dental implants. And I kind of think that Implants sort of comes under cosmetic as well. But tell us a little bit about your patients that are coming for cosmetic Well. Implants are part of cosmetic because you have missing teeth. It certainly is not cosmetic. And so we do a lot of dental implants. In my opinion, the only way to replace the missing tooth with is with an implant. On. We can almost always do that. If even if there's not enough phone, we can grow bone in those areas and put implants in. We do a lot of what's called all on four where patients may have dentures or may have to have dentures, but they don't want something that I have to take out at night. And so that patient comes in. We take out all of those bad teeth. We put in four or five implants we put in a permanent bridge. And the patient walks out with a full set of beautiful teeth that they never have to take out again. These patients are delighted again. It's called all on four, and that's for a full upper archer of full complement of teeth in the upper or the lower or both. And of course, we do individual implants to where one or two teeth are missing. But implants are great. I happen to have two in my mouth. I don't even know that they're there. The best thing since sliced bread or whatever you wanna call it, So for those that need implants. We do it. We love doing them And I think there there are God said, really, In my opinion, So implants are great cosmetically as well as health wise, and then that's Ah. They just simply get put to sleep and wake up. Yeah, movies, especially with they're all on for generally, a patient gives the patient something to relax them, They'll fall asleep. The teeth to remove the implants are put in the bridges put in. They leave, looking great and being able to chew having a permanent teeth in place. It's Quite remarkable. It's all done in one day. How does that connect also with gum disease? Are they still susceptible to getting gum disease with implants or no? Yes, implants actually are susceptible to something called period plan, Titus and it's a form of gum disease. And so it's important that the patients take good care of their mouths keep their miles healthy so that they don't get problems around the implants out. Problems are on implants are much rarer than problems around teeth. After all, the implant does not have a nerve. It doesn't have a blood supply. It can't get decayed because it's made of metal or ceramic. So there's no decay never need a root canal because there's no nerve. There's no decay. It can't die. So there many advantages to having a implant when necessary. I'll always like Having my own teeth. I think that's the best way to go. But sometimes it's not possible and in those cases always opt for an implant when that's possible, which is almost all of the time. I also want to get into a talking about cosmetics. But let's talk about other things that we do, cosmetically because this is another feel that I have huge enthusiasm for. It can change the lives of people, too. I do something. Call the pinhole technique. Now many people have gum recession. Sometimes they're younger often and may be related to orthodontic treatment. Orthodontics is necessary for sure. But sometimes one with an onyx has done or completed. We have a tendency to get more gum recession now when the government recedes, remember The bone also recedes. So you got you when the gun recedes, the bone receipts, and sometimes those teeth actually can get looser and be at risk. So with the pinhole technique, what we want to do is you want to bring that gum tissue back? We want to rejuvenate it. S o that those roots are covered and we minimize any further gum or bone loss. You know, there's a saying called Long in the tooth. What is long in the tooth mean long in the tooth means you're looking old and mean. That's the old look. So we waited this pinhole technique we use for Bringing that gum tissue back to a more youthful appearance. So when the gun recedes away from the teeth, especially around the upper teeth, words very visible. We actually bring that gum tissue down and we thicken it, so it looks better. You have a more Youthful smile, and it prevents or minimizes further gum and bone recession. So we do a lot of gum recession treatment for older people. And also for younger people. People of all ages on we do a great deal of that. It's so wonderful to think I was the first period honest in Michigan to be certified in the pinhole technique and the first clinician in the world. To receive certification in the advanced pinhole training, and I've been doing it for years. It's a great way to go minimally invasive, very little discomfort or pain afterward. It's it's a boon to cosmetics. Also, we do something called Crown lengthening Now, sometimes people when they come in, they have a gummy smile. They smile and their teeth are short and all this gum tissue shows. So in those cases, we actually sculpt that tissue. We we shape it. So that it looks much more normal. The teeth are normal length. They're not short and stubby anymore, and patients are embarrassed to smile. These patients would hold their hand over their mouth because they were embarrassed to smile because so much gum tissue showed made them very uncomfortable. I've had patients who cry when they see the result of the crown lengthen. It goes now they have a beautiful smile. But they never had before that they were always embarrassed to show you. I would think that most people you know, looking at themselves. If they think that they have small teeth, they're immediately going to be thinking. Well, let me go and get veneers. But what you're talking about is much better alternative because they're keeping their own teeth. Yeah, keeping your own teeth and sometimes teeth are small and sometimes they're nears are in order. But generally, if there's a lot of gum and the teeth of short, you want to three shake that gum tissue so that it's looking great. And then you may even want to have veneers. If the teeth are, you know, for other reasons on sightly, but very often just reshaping that gum tissue is gonna make you have a beautiful smile. And then streak going. Nothing else was necessary. Uh, one other thing. I want to mention this. I know Time is running out. We do a lot of bad breath treatment.
How 'Broadway Joe' redefined the NFL
"Com. Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen world with retro pod a show about the past rediscovered fifty years ago a few days before his team took the field as huge underdogs in the super bowl. New York jets quarterback Joe Nemeth known and then and forever as Broadway. Joe arrived at a Miami Hotel in a Turquoise Cadillac Nemeth known to sometimes show Eh Games. Still drunk from the previous evening's activities. was there to accept an award. The quarterback sat on the dais next to his companion for the evening. Mr Johnnie Walker wrote Mark Kriegel in his two thousand five biography when it was his turn to speak Namus said I'd like to personally thank all the single girls in New York for their contribution. This was pure Broadway Joe tipsy free willing amorous and so was the cockiness that emerged from his whiskey. Soft lips later the jets will win in Sunday and said `I garin teeth. I the colts win by a large score. Today I'm GonNa say Baltimore Colts by a score of thirty five to ten. I think New York to win forty one thirty one. Nemo's prediction wasn't just hockey. It was really New York over forty one called the his opponent. The the Baltimore Colts were seventeen point favorites nameless knees were beat up. The colts have the second most potent offense in football in the best defense. Some were predicting a blowout. They said that it couldn't be done. But it has been near. The Third Super Bowl could gets one sixteen to seven was named most valuable player. Performance wasn't all that stellar. He didn't even throw a touchdown. But in critical wrote the moment itself took Namus fame and pro football's popularity to different planet in fame's pecking checking order. Nemeth suddenly outrank Sinatra. The biographer wrote. Actually at that moment he outranked just about everybody who wasn't a beetle doc attendance around the NFL Sword Soda TV or ship particularly with the launch of Monday night football the following season. The League made sure that Nemeth in the jets played in that inaugural game he's going NBA. Joe Name. After George Sauer for the touchdown everyone wanted a piece of Nemeth especially reporters profiles of Nemeth for the nineteen seventies equivalent of Click Bait legendary columnist. Jimmy Breslin wrote a famous story about Nemeth For New York magazine entitled Nemeth All night long in it. He compared the quarterback hanging out at a bar to Babe Ruth hanging out at a bar. I saw ruth once when he came off the golf course and walked into the bar at the Old Bailey side course in queens president wrote in one shot. He swallowed the mixing Xing Glass Ice Chunks. And everything else. He slapped the mixing glass down instead. Give me another one of these things kid. The place went went nuts. It is the same thing when you stand at the bar with Joe Namath. Life went on like this for awhile not surprisingly Nemeth endured his fair share of busted relationships drunk driving charges bad business. The steals fading playing ability in then of course fading fame drinking was the biggest problem. Nemeth was an alcoholic alcoholic. He settled down in Nineteen eighty-four marrying Deborah. mays woman he met at a voice class with her insistence. Nemeth was able to quit drinking a few years later but after they divorced in two thousand Nemeth began heavily drinking again leading to one of the ugliest and most embarrassing moments of his life during a jets game in two thousand three Nemeth wearing his old number and obviously heavily intoxicated intoxicated was interviewed on the sideline by ESPN reporter. Suzy Kolber he answered one of her questions in a truly shocking way. What does it mean to you at now? Team is struggling kiss. I couldn't care less about the teams throttling Nemeth apologized and entered Rehab. Namus is seventy five years old. It's easier for him to look back now on that improbable win and understand and just how much it changed his life and sports forever. I think about it now. He recently told the New York Daily News. But at the time time I
"nemeth" Discussed on Bunny Ears
"This is Kevin MaGee from and I just wanted to say her your episode own bunny ears, and you were talking to Allee Willis over show. And at the end of that episode. I've heard my voice being played back in the recording. At the end of the show. It was a little. The sweetest. Mac. Love the podcast, George from California. Keep doing what you're doing. It's amazing look forward to everyone. I'm glad that you have. Done all that you do in bunny ears. And I'm glad that you have accomplished a lot of great things and. So far in my life. The same singing the song of any great, man. It is abused. They all the people who are not physically as we get the b thing of your echoes of beaching off your drum. There is a about stuff. Oh my for today. Gerbils down. You'll. Boise back. Doing boys. Well, what you go. Fine. Gag me. Take McHugh the Connie rent..
USFL vs NFL - Risky Business
"Our series on the grudge match between the US F L and the NFL United States football league championship game nineteen eighty nine. We took you back to the eighties. When an upstart spring football league came along and tried to score on the NFL's turf. The USFL backed by a new set of owners, including the likes of Donald Trump attempted to change the face and feel of America's most popular sport. In the end. The USFL folded, but the league did have a lasting impact on the game. Many of its players and coaches went onto NFL stardom and rules. I initiated by the USFL like the two point conversion and the coach's challenge are now. Staples of the National Football League today, the NFL faces new business challenges there are new concerns about footfall injuries after another tough hit in the NFL overnight. There you see Brennan wish the calls helmet on helmet head. He was taken off the field with concussion widespread criticism over the safety of the sport and the league's response to players kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial injustice. Have sports watchers questioning the future of the NFL. Mike Pesca is a longtime sports journalist and podcast for slate. And before that for NPR, he is host of the slate daily podcast. Gist and author of the new book upon further review, the greatest what if in sports history, we're bringing him on the show to talk about some of the biggest uncertainties around professional football today. We talk about risks facing the NFL whether a new league could make it today. And what our culture would look like if football never took off in the first place. Hope you enjoy a conversation. Business wars is brought to you by wicks dot com. 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Dot com and use the coupon code be w you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans, you get more storage, a free domain for a year and much much more. That's wicks dot com code BW for ten percent off any premium plan. Mike Pesca is host of the slate podcast, the gist, and he is author of the new book upon further review, the greatest what ifs in sports history. Mike, it's a real honor and privilege to have you on business wars. Thanks so much for doing this. It's my pleasure. Hey football is I guess you could say America's favorite professional sport still is I don't think NASCAR ever superseded football. And the NFL has been called the biggest show in the country if not on earth. I mean, what do you make of the league today, especially considering the many controversies that have been surrounding it from taking a need to you know, to to hit injuries. Well in America, we used to have a monoculture when there were three or maybe four TV networks and a few evening news broadcasts, but we've gotten fractured and we've gotten away from that. And the one exception is football. So not only is it the most dominant sport. I also think that it's to a great extent. The closest thing that we have to a culture. -tural glue. If you look at the ratings of the top twenty shows, the top twenty individually aired programs in any year football will be I don't know sixteen of the top twenty or so people think the Academy Awards is right there under the Super Bowl. No. There are three to five football games before you even get to something like the Academy Awards, and maybe a big bang theory. We'll sneak in there, so. Yeah, it's now it's not like most people or even watching every game. But it's the closest thing we have to a shared experience an agreed upon experience. And I think it says something about American twenty nineteen that we can't even agree upon football. Yeah. Yeah. Well, there's something to that. I'm sure, but what about in a business sense? I mean, part of what we've been exploring is in in the course of of examining the USFL, and it's sudden rise was how the NFL was sort of a dominant business player. And I assume that especially given the television revenue that we're still talking about football the NFL in particular as as dominant. Yeah. Yeah. Football is collectively the value of the teams are worth possibly close to a hundred billion dollars in revenue it makes upwards of fifteen billion dollars. Roger Goodell has predicted that football would be a twenty five billion dollar industry within a decade. So you can see from a business perspective. Look, we don't have to take half the audience or a quarter of the audience. If you just take a few crumbs from that gigantic pie, you could be pretty rich. So I understand why someone would say, hey, what if? Where just a pale copy just a tenth or even a fiftieth football. We could still have an enterprise that makes us a lot of money. The problem is historically. It's been hard to do that. Yeah. I wanna go back. Do you? Remember when you first heard about the USFL? I mean, were you already plugged into football at that point when the USFL made its debut. Yeah. In the early nineteen eighties. I was a big New York Jets fan, which doesn't make that much sense. Because they were that good. Although there was one year strike-shortened year that they had a decent enough team. And I remember Donald Trump who was by then a fixture in New York media and real estate circles and remember him going on the Letterman show and talking about how he took over Eastern Airlines, and it's going to be the Trump shuttle. It just seemed like one of these billionaires or millionaires on the make and he announced plans for USFL team. There were going to be called the generals and the name the name. Donald Trump wasn't the most associated name with the generals who was was her. Herschel Walker the great perhaps one of the greatest college running backs of all time, he joins the generals. And if you wanna watch a great college Heisman Trophy running back. He was the only way to watch it. And there were a lot of is on Herschel Walker Brian Sipe who was a former Cleveland Browns. Very good NFL quarterback who we hired to be on the team. And the the roster of the generals was a decent roster a plausible. They wouldn't have won five games in the NFL. But I don't think they would have gone over sixteen. So we put together a very interesting watchable product as did a few of the other owners at the time is funny. You should mention Herschel Walker because I was growing up in Georgia at the time, and you can imagine, you know, you have this Heisman Trophy winner who put UGA on the map in many respects. I mean, it just made it a championship team. And you wanted to you just expected that he would be going to the NFL. L and when the USFL scooped him up what a surprise. And I remember feeling both a sense of letdown that maybe I wouldn't get to watch him, you know, in this new league. But also a sense that something new and exciting was about to happen spring football. I mean, that's crazy. You know? And I unless memory is doesn't serve it seems like Herschel Walker jumped to the USFL before he could have jumped to the NFL because of the rules. Do you remember any of that? I think that back then there was a restriction against underclass men coming to the NFL. Yeah. USFL did away with all of that. In fact, I think the USFL was pretty much open to anyone joining their league there were pirate type organization, but you also have to realize the early seasons of the USFL. It was only fifteen years removed from the AFL, and what the AFL did was they took another exciting southern player and brought him to a New York team. And that. Was Joe Nemeth playing for the jets? And so and that was my team and that was a model of an upstart league. They were a fall football league. But an upstart league challenging the establishment and winning and becoming absorbed into the NFL. And then even more recently than that, the ABA which was the the organization that challenged the NBA, and it was more exciting, and they add multicolored balls, and they had three point shooting and many of their team's got absorbed into the NBA. So this idea especially in the early eighties before football became this culturally. Dominant juggernaut I would say back then by the way baseball was the national sport this idea that you couldn't possibly challenge the NFL. It's not true. Maybe in retrospect, it seems true. But a good business plan could have and a lot of people in retrospect, look back and say, in fact would have challenged the NFL establish that USFL as lead to be reckon with. So why didn't the USFL become a part of the NFL? L as as Donald Trump wished that it had. I mean, obviously he wanted to have an NFL team in part of his strategy was to get ownership of the generals. Yes. And I think and this is this is mostly going by the accounts that have been written the ESPN documentary books on the NFL. And maybe it relies on the great man or the infamous man of history little too much. But the answer is Donald Trump. It seems because Donald Trump just like he was a guy from queens who always looked at Manhattan is looking down on him and wanted to be part of the senior circuit in Manhattan. I think looked at the fact that the US was spring football. And he couldn't live with that. He wanted to directly challenge the NFL and a lot of other owners, maybe without the economic wherewithal to oppose him said this was a bad idea there. We have a plan if we stick to this plan we can make money in the future. But it's very important that where spring league and Donald Trump said no Donald Trump says we're going head to head because he couldn't. Be second best. And you also engaged in a court fight simultaneously as he brought the US fell into the fall. And that just ruined it. There was no way to compete head to head with the NFL. But that's just it. Right. I mean, if in fact Trump's idea that the USFL would be absorbed into the NFL like the AFL with what you were just talking about early. If that had happened. It could have been a gold mine for certainly for all the owners, and who knows how many other football fans in some of the smaller cities, for example, this is I guess I wonder why it hasn't happened. And when you consider what's going on right now, you have the XFL you have the alliance of American football. Which is you know, just just getting off the ground. Now. I mean is this basically given the NFL's position in sports and business today is it basically game where you can't really take on the NFL head to head. It's always going to be about trying to. To get a foot into the door with the hope of getting absorbed somehow by by the leviathan. Yes, I do think. So. And I think that there's a very real impractical concern with just in terms of salaries, and this is not true for a couple reasons with the USF L, but just in terms of salaries you can't pay players more than the NFL. Can I suppose none? Neither of these two new leagues can do. So I suppose you could imagine a league founded by billionaires that wouldn't mind burning
"nemeth" Discussed on 600 WREC
"What you're the people who been pumping that it literally pumping that and for decades blazingly they're doing that too. Yeah. I know they are they really are doing that. But at least they're lecturing themselves. You know, what I mean, at least BP is like beyond petroleum. No. You're not you're petroleum. Well, but we'd like to be beyond petroleum. Okay. Well, they actually had a legitimate wings to the Brexit. We're not British working on. We're beyond petroleum, right? That's amazing. It's just it. Just strikes me as embarrassing. There is a level of their of of this sort of Domino's approach though, isn't there? You know, our pizza used to suck. But now, we're now are pizza's good that's kind of what they're doing. They're like they're showing their own ads say, but wait, wait when we don't like it. Hoffman has to answer today for something that he did or said while filming the graduate. Okay. Joe latte doesn't have to explain what they were doing. I wasn't at Gillette that did Joe Nemeth. Is one of them. I mean, they don't have to later. They don't they don't they don't actually have to explain what they were doing when they were selling sex in razors back in the seventies or the eighties or the nineties or maybe two years ago. They don't have to answer for any of that. But if I God forbid said, something my son said something in nineteen ninety-five. My life is destroyed. How dare you? It's really weird. And I think this is a strange thing. We've talked for years. I mean, how long have we been doing the show, and we've talked about how the left in the media are pushing the boundaries, and we're losing those sort of traditional values. Right. Like everybody's having sex with everybody. Like they've now combined that with like this really odd puritanical set of demands where you can't you can't talk about religious. You can't talk about any of these things like you have to at the same time be way over the line in break every barrier of of what was at one point good taste. But at the same time, you can't say anything to anybody. It's religious. It's a new religion. These are the puritanical priests that will tell you what you can and cannot say, and what's what's so aggravating about this is you're the one always saying to us that we're too. We're too tight. We're too. We're too afraid of sex and everything else we we just want everybody to be wholesome and will now what is that Gillette ad that Gillette ad is teaching your children to be wholesome. It's teaching your children not to girls. Not to pinch their ass. Not to not to whistle at them in cap, call that is a good thing. Gillette came along because I was teaching by kids. Exactly the opposite. I taught my son how to whistle you, right? I put my kid in cat called class. I was teaching him. How to be a better cat. I put him in construction sites. So that he could learn from the worker a smart. Construction site are.
Joe Nemeth discussed on Rich Stevens
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"nemeth" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"May lose them for generation, Eric Gregory of the Kentucky distillers association. Next. We turn to the effort to total the damage from hurricane Michael, which hit Florida's panhandle last week. NPR's Camilla domino ski reports since hurricane. Michael hit impassable roads and nonfunctional phones have made life difficult for residents and rescue teams and for insurance adjusters. Power lines trees down just on the outskirts of products. Bill forty miles across Carl Nemeth works in the fraud division of tower hill, Florida homeowners insurance company over the weekend. He caught a cellphone signal near Panama City, there were still places. It wasn't safe for his team to travel but in situations like that, we're relying on aerial imagery and things like that. So if we can't get to the side or look at it at least can get a picture of what's going on. And it wasn't just buildings that were devastated by the storm. A lot of areas have lost generation of timber poultry farms or hit pretty hard. And the cottage industry is is devastated. Chris Chandler is an adjuster. Her with alpha insurance and Alabama. He's been working in Houston county. Cotton was ready to be last week and sixty seventy a hundred mile probably wind just blows it away. But most people source of income that's a livelihood. Early. Estimates suggest this hurricane caused billions of dollars of damage. Fitch Ratings says that insurance companies will have substantial costs, but Fitch also says the industry is quote well positioned to absorb the losses. And yeah, that's what insurance companies are supposed to do. But in Florida in particular every big storm raises worries that the industry will just fail after hurricane. Andrew in nineteen Ninety-two, many companies went bankrupt or back away from covering coastal areas. So it's good news. Analysts say that's not likely to happen now, but communities are still facing a long difficult recovery. Chandler in Alabama says the damage is upsetting you wish that you could just snap your finger and make everything back to normal. Obviously that's not going to happen. And. When you're you're talking to people that houses have destroyed all their belongings, shoulders pictures, no amount of money is going to get an image. Back of your of your parents that are passed away. Child's first birthday while some things are lost forever. He says communities are already working together to start to rebuild Camilo. Domino NPR news. This is NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. It's he twenty nine. Stay tuned for news headlines from NPR and WNYC coming right up right now, fifty seven degrees. Some light rain is falling. We do expect showers this morning, mainly before one o'clock with a high near sixty eight degrees today. Support for WNYC comes from IFC films, presenting wildlife Carey mulligan, and Jake Jilin hall, starring actor Paul Dana's directory all debut starts October nineteenth with dano and Jilin in person at the IFC center and Lincoln center's Walter Reed theater hospital for special surgery ranked number one in the country for orthopedics for nine straight years. According to the two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen US news and World Report. Best hospitals ranking HSS how you move is why we're here. If you believe democracy.
Football Hall of Famers threaten boycott over health coverage
"The NFL has a boycott threat that has nothing to do with the national anthem. Here's some of the most prominent names in football. Jim Brown, Joan Nemeth, Jerry Rice Dion Sanders. Lawrence Taylor day. In many other hall of famers said they would not attend the annual induction ceremony in canton, Ohio unless the NFL gives them health insurance at an annual salary. That includes a share of league revenue the hall of Famer said they were integral to the creation of the modern NFL, but were left struggling with severe health and financial problems. The player said they were given a gold jacket a bust in a ring but were largely left behind while league revenue skyrocket. No media response from the
"nemeth" Discussed on EconTalk
"Investment decisions, personal life decisions, you probably want to pay a little more attention and I love this idea that runs. So the book that you really have to be aware of this because it's working on you sometimes when you don't maybe always when you don't know it. Yes. I mean, I mean, that's that's exactly right. I mean, as you were talking, I mean, it's clear that you don't have to be authentic and discuss everything, and you know, say everything that's on your mind. I think to some extent, even some of the the recent conversations about which I'm I'm sympathetic with the with the principals would use Dalia quote of of transparency, but you don't have to say everything is on your mind every single moment without any regard to the impact is going to have or whether you're going to succeed or the other considerations. I think though that you know what I'm sort of really arguing about though, is said, so often we really would. Number one, we aren't aware of when we're just following blindly. And I think that you need that wakeup call. But I think the second thing is people are afraid to speak up. I mean much for the reasons that you're saying so that we're what happens is not honest with one another, and I mean, it's easier said than done, but there are many cases it doesn't even have to be something dramatic. But when you let me let me just for a moment, kind of go to maybe the more dramatic kind of things where people are. Kind of recognize the importance of this said, you have planes falling out of skies, which is an illustration I use because somebody doesn't speak up or speak up forcefully. They note something in passing as though it's a paraphrase rather than you know, we're running out of fuel and that plane filed sky. You know, you have surgeons can operate on the wrong limb and you can have members of a surgical staff who it they may not be sure, but it looks as though say a piece of equipment is malfunctioning instead of speaking up and saying, hold it, stop. You know, this may be a problem. Now, again, you have your weighing that decision. Obviously, there's some urgent situations in which you know you have to be quite sure. And so, and that's still going to be a calculation. But nonetheless said there many, many reports of people who had a different viewpoint who never spoke up and task trophies occur. You see in business with mergers even the old AOL Time Warner one was done on matter of a few months, and there were strong dissent from people within the company. Some of whom happen to be correct, at least with hindsight, but they weren't consulted. They had no opportunity to express it in that particular case. But the point is that there's sometimes Trues out there that go on expressed because people are frayed of it and their studies show it even like seventy percent of people report, not speaking up about a problem in a company, and it's perfectly not a great way. It's perfectly rational on one level, which is well, if if they're not saying anything. If the surgeon who's much smarter than I am much experience that I am thinks that's the right leg. I must be the one that's wrong. So there's a certain natural self-doubt. They're there in the face of quote expertise. But a lot of it's like you said, and I think this is more interesting point. I think a lot of it is fear just pure fear of that's the remark coming back to you. Like, what do you thinking force? We're, you know, we're doing the right leg, and I think the the lesson here for managers and for families and for friends is to react, graciously to negative comments or constructive criticism that's heart forest, right? We don't like to be told we're doing the wrong thing and the more we bark back at the people who criticize us in those settings, the more recreate groups. Thank which is, as you said, it's the wisdom of one. There are several. I had several thoughts actually as you were talking. I mean, because. I mean, I let me just when you commented on TV's. It's interesting because you sounded almost as though you trusted that were I try to put it in. I try to put it in scare quotes very subtle. You didn't maybe missed it was kind of skeptic about expertise, general..
"nemeth" Discussed on EconTalk
"Today is August sixteenth, twenty eighteen. And my guest is I Qala just and author Charlene Lima. She has a professor in the department of psychology at the university of California Berkeley. Her latest book is in defense of troublemakers, the power of dissent in life and business, which is our topic for today. Sherline welcome to talk. Thank you very much. This book is about decision making in particular how awareness of what others say and believe how those others affect our own decisions. Let's start with the power of the Geordie house. My decision repair affected by knowing what the jury believes or if there's some kind of consensus. That's probably the most powerful phenomenon in social psychology in all honesty is that back in the nineteen fifties. Even the classic studies by Salomon ash had shown that even when you're making judgments about things that have factual evidence right in front of your eyes, even when they're things that you make zero mistakes on. If if you're making judgments alone, such as. Which line of three is equal to a standard or is this blue or assist green are anything in which there's truly a factual basis and and where people literally make no mistakes what'll happen is that is is three people who agree on an aronie ass- answer. Can actually get you to agree with them contrary to what your own census tell you and your often very, you're unaware of. I can. I can go into the specifics of the wise if you want, but. Basically that those studies in the beginning had enormous impact in the field. And it's one of the few studies that has been done in over a dozen countries with essentially the same results may there's enormous power in the judgments of of a majority in terms of shaping our judgments. What we think is accurate. And it's obviously a business model for many, many companies who rely on on the opinions of others, particularly in great numbers in order to sell products make you think of. You know, something's true even that isn't. I mean, think of the fake news you say it often enough and if Nuff people agree in your sphere, you start to become unsure of what you know what you believe. And it has enormous power which we see in every place in groups and organizations, and even all these experimental studies that have, as I said, have stood the test of time. What's strange for me is I'm an I'm course. I may be very unrepresentative of the average person in these experiments, but I tend to be kind of contrarian, not kind of I'm contrarian identity automatically skeptical of what's popular. What quote everyone else thinks aren't there? A lot of people like me who are actually go the other way who are not going to be swayed by the majority of the so-called consensus. I there may be fewer than you think, or at least most most of us who think we are countries myself included his reason why studied this all my life and I, my colleagues, I can guarantee you would attest to the fact that. You know, speaking up is certainly not always so welcomed. But I think though that it partly depends on on the situation as well. And I think it also depends to some extent on whether or not it's an issue about which you have conviction are are deeply held views supposed something where. You're not so sure. But I really do believe though that it's, it affects all of this regardless of how we do our selves. And at the main reason, I think is that we're unaware of doing it is that many times we do so habitually, and if I could mention your because I find it slightly humorous, but I often will show it very, very dated..
"nemeth" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"But, kind, of like you know Joe Nemeth cocky that's the, way we have to look at it but you also need to understand where your weaknesses are, and why I believe in a team I always have surrounding myself with people that are smarter than me in certain areas so that I can focus pretty much all of my attention. On the area that I know. Best but here's what happens by osmosis when, you surround yourself with other smart people you learn from them So these solo practitioners who go out into the world and one of my best friends just. Did it and to be honest. With you as good a friend as he, is he's an idiot Go ahead So I may as well give me the time. For it Because now he's, got to do it all. Himself and he doesn't know everything but he thinks he does It's called the dunning Kruger effect. After psychologists David dunning and Justin Kruger appeared in an, article in the journal of social and personality psychology there is something I subscribe, to on a weekly basis not their explanation for this phenomenon is. Simple though, it reads like a tongue twister unskilled people lacked the skill necessary to evaluate their own skill that is the. Skills needed to be competent at a particular task are virtually identical to those required to evaluate once competence bad. Teachers often can't tell their poor at. Explaining things because they lack an understanding of how to explain things people. Who, aren't funny often don't know they're not funny because they lack an understanding of, what is actually humorous yeah Yeah it is a bit. Of a tongue twister but it's also very logical if you think through. It Allow me judging one's competence requires something psychologists call medic cognitive skill the ability to examine one's own thoughts practicing Medicaid. Requires us to. Relinquish. Our usual ego Centric perspective and examine ourselves from the outside instead of. Blithely believing we're smart funnier interesting we must step out of our skin and more objectively evaluate ourselves at, ain't easy to do now because. We, all have these big huge egos and the, more successful we are perhaps. The more egotistical we become Ask people here's an experiment ask people. To raise their. Hands. Indicate whether they believe they're above average average or below average on virtually. Any trade you guys Chris real quick he's standing right there are you an above average driver yes are, you a Bubba average intellectually speaking See now I know? Chris. And I can tell you that Bolshevik Exactly Though most of us aren't graded judging our own, competence those worst at a. Skill maybe the poorest judges of all in one study dunning and Kruger asked college students to celebrate Al favorably, there logical reasoning abilities compared to their. Peers they also ask the students to take an actual test of such. Abilities the results were. Stunning the participants were least competent at logical, reasoning overestimated their abilities to the greatest, extent though they believe they rose to nearly the seventieth. Percentile they were actually in the twelfth percentile on, average, Chris you're driving. Sucks that's all I'm gonna. Tell you, know I think you probably are a better than average driver just like I'm a better than. Average talk. Show I we'll come, back with the dunning Kruger effect and. A whole bunch more but keep that in mind when you're a broker. Adviser financial planner money. Manager is telling you how great their performance, is gonna be frankly even how great, it's been because neither one of those can be playing. Out and after a little bit too cocky you, may, want to step. Outside and have them start. Reasoning from, within and maybe it's better that they employ eighteen for you and that's where I'm going so stick around.
"nemeth" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Welcome back you're listening to ground pet life radio i'm jody miller young i if you've just joined us we're talking to ted nemeth founder vagabond dogs a very very beautiful and timeless and cool accessories brand for dog you also create some very cool products for humans what are you working on yeah actually pieces coming up soon it's a collaboration with my twin sister she says amazing embroidery on fabric and we were kind of do insects of that in into the weather and the next pieces were working on these really kind of luxury car coats and i think there's three in particular that we're going to do and we're still figuring out if we're going to donate them as maybe to a silent auction or maybe the one of the big fundraisers later in the year as kind of a prize 'cause they're really really detailed and intricate so you know to put a price on it with the little too high so we'd almost rather donate them get the attention for the charity that way then we'll get feedback and collaborate that way but it's basically a collaboration that would tie in me the dog accessories worth like a zipper pouch that humans to the owners would use or the awhile at that matches the color that kind of thing so it's it's a tie in with a bit of a bookie mian very kind of artisan feel to it and we've got a few designs that were putting out very shortly now i can't wait to see i know you had mentioned something to me about maybe working in the future on dog bags is that something that you're doing as well we're going to we're going to do some coats and then dog bags after that the reason i put it off because i wanted to i'm still investigating some of these new fabrics and materials that are out there and mainly to give some vegan options vegan just means plastic or canvas there's some really really interesting alternatives out there right now but a little bit cost prohibitive three d printed materials been playing around with rubber coatings that are laser etched mushroom my cerium weather that's really at the forefront of vegan weather it's a bit pricey but i'm trying to buy in bulk and see if we can get some some of those going but those can be the mushroom my celia weather's amazing look has its own yeah it'll be a big witness probably next year just it has natural antibiotic properties from the mushrooms it wicks away water like whoa it's really a fantastic goes very quickly it's amazing material so things like that we're going to be working on for the bad collection my silence is a little too yeah if i were to do a leatherback collection it would be quite expensive 'cause i incorporate a lot of details so wanted to get some vegan options i think generate a lot of interest and i'm i'm trying to find some vendors where can bring the price down a little bit fun stuff for later this year early the lutely lots to look forward to i mean your played is pretty full but you've also got an internet tv show in the works tell us yeah i'm really excited for it i describe it as a project runway for dog accessories it'll be cheesy series and i've got a got a few leather craftsman that i know around the world some of them were conduct sensory some of them don't but they're so talented and a centric that i think even if they don't do dog accessories i think that they would be great for the show so basically you would be it's a design contest i don't i'm still finalizing whether we'll have kind of a celebrity panel that will choose more i'm leaning more towards the internet audience would phone who.
"nemeth" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Of those that did some cameo work aikman walter payton joe nemeth just to name a few wow so we'll have some good stories coming up shortly here on the show our poll question brought to you by our friends at honda and again the honda accord whether you're going out to your your neighborhood diamond with your kids where you're just running out for snacks or you're going to the stadium whatever you're doing hop in the accord it'll get you there and covered in style with his fisted redesigning tech features like standard honda sensing most impressive honda ever what are the results top of hour number three right at this point guys are you more interested in the nba finals or the nba off season the off season fifty six percent well what if they activate kendrick perkins if that's the case a bowling bowl and i'm more interested in game he goes what i'm saying cats have it in their ability sitting there on on the on the bench one of the only guys in full suit without the shoot suit shorts two days in a row fold and dream on snow too the man the myth the legend love having this man on loved working with him for all those years back in the day now he's with mlb network since two thousand and nine also with the athlete he's part of mlb network exclusive draft coverage beginning tonight at six eastern time mlb network will air the first round and competitive balance round with the detroit tigers picking i peter gammons joining us how are you peter i'm doing very well i was just act out she i i do have interests in the nba files because i'm a huge secretary fan because maverick a couple of days ago i was talking to his uncle reggie harris speaking of the draft who was once red sox i found fast.
New York Jets choose Sam Darnold
"You know i pop ing numbers each and every saturday so that was a great choice the other new york team the jets had the third pick in the draft and here's the direction they went i think we have it in the two thousand eighteen nfl draft the new york jets select sam darnold quarterback usa all right so sam darnold was at one point projected to maybe be the first pick and go to cleveland he was mentioned in that slot i think sam darnold going to the jets was a smart move they had to pick a quarterback will it work out there's just no way to know how these picks are gonna work out so much depends on systems who's around them when they're plugged in all that kind of stuff the jets hope that they landed though there he was the star at usc they're hoping he's going to be the franchise quarterback of the future what's interesting is you had arizona at ten picking josh rosen the quarterback from ucla so you had for the first time a usc and ucla player in the top ten chosen in the top ten of the draft and you had four quarterbacks also in the top ten picks in this draft in the first round that's huge and that's historic so we'll see as for the jets like i mentioned they're hoping this this is the highest drafted quarterback since joe nemeth he was the number one overall pick in the nineteen sixty five afl draft you hear what i said nineteen sixty five back to power flower power and everything that happened in the sixties shifts go back that far the jets hadn't used the first round pick on a quarterback since two thousand nine that was mark sanchez and if you go back and just look overall there's only been a handful of times where they've chosen a quarterback now they have certainly done that josh mccown would go into training camp i'm sure is the number one quarterback but that could change so just like with cleveland this coach for the jets todd bowles is not ruling out the.
"nemeth" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Oh nemeth i wanna get suzy colbert i don't care how much the jets are struggling i wanna kiss okay ruggedly okay joe nemeth was a member of the women's christian temperance union compared the stay above berg hey of art and then i fervently usual prozac nickle on oh okay okay it like is like they always say the cops say how many how many drinks of usa and bala breyer short hey how we at the greatest steve head of listen to this show you're going to have some battle that get those returnable contain as that of the trash was that me we just trying to stick it to us you don't wanna means testing on social security to keep the program solvent so michalek ikea no more saving out the cans for you buddy if you're gonna start our own plan if i don't collect why should you be allowed to collect your hair ford's head in year more can i've been paying in for the detained in for more than ten years i started working when i was fifteen you're not so you don't only wanted who started work when they're fifty no more cans for you grace in iding to start taking those nichols but i'm older than you've so i've been i've been robbed for forty years longer than you've been rob berger our workers broward carpal the far you'll broughdered told me that word or other fat but up with people plugs now look like paid i'd grit griffey stopped gillingham lakhdar work that kowloon aircraft we would like to thank the kowloon for bringing in its usual find spread on tuesday afternoon the kowloon is a boston's premior asian mining experience it's on route one north than saugus if you have a hankering for flying asian cuisine get the to the kowloon had the the vips enjoyed their faldo fats clapped their and their clapping they loved the cow they love kowloon's and i love calos too but chicken fingers were exquisite this afternoon as they always are that was your last trump blind methods thank you for calling how we car eu jumped it the chop line eight four four five hundred forty.
"nemeth" Discussed on The Big 98
"Years where the sandwiches ulan college who said who else has one stuff and people still call and paid jc in texas good morning good morning one have you one now my mom oneoff burt six died on a radio show playing fewer was younger she won a horse ofori yeah they were having has karn had and you had to name before and thatthat's named one and it was when does namus was really big as though he names the horse no nemeth known nemeth's i'm assuming run nineteen sixty nine when the jets when the super bowl i think she was born in sticks their yeah yeah no nemeth pretty good name by looking at me guidance and has really his name joe nemeth yeah he was a quarterback of the jets they weren't supposed to win the super bowl hit nel nemeth get it no nemeth thought it okay hey you're on the air meghan in virginia good morning good morning what did you win so i want a year supply of portland paper how does that work accurate last guarantee three years because i find myself they just send you a shipment of it uh yeah hi it's towed up at my house 83 giant by for the pro the sitting on my poor glen day and so where do you play well i actually it was a house that i moved to a five hundred by department i had to get its doors uniform who could that's says you had to get a storage unit for your toilet paper for three years black market that stuff i take it out saleh oh yeah that how neural did you win toilet paper i birth as though i have a home decor guy wifi and they were sponsored a cochran vote path i was and you how do they could tweet because those dumping you don't talked about why did of playing a thought as a tugboat buzzfeed eu looks like about you and me you might let's talk about butts baby let's talk about you and me.
"nemeth" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Welcome back labour i get out via a room and the team has a sugary creamy frothy nemeth will be back to the why i don't know if the name but even a nasal i tell you if her figuring for you know after thanksgiving your you know getting into christmas is perfectly especially in florida cause you know we don't have cold florida the operas with my legs from bourbon i got what you ordered because she explained it to me and it was five ingredients in it then i had never heard of before in my yeah election while she can explain it was now but she called me what's in it i still don't know again today at lulu it just insists sexy the whole thing the presentation everything is nice's sexy and now we have bring up morgan look who was the a mix all just for the triumphant of wood that's an rule at also dr barbecue and we're gonna pick window actually that had hill was welded they don't have you think do people are tired of i i did i did not know that i did not know that all right so we'll talk a little drinks at mix all g with the lovely morgan how are you today i'm great area doing good now first list let's start with at a lovely tailings drink here first of all don't everett served that to a guy i'll why not mobutu's legal do it to him as little as bedford status but district within your bed matters battles red why this happening correct happy eater gyn no love it explain what's going on with this drinker so that's a gingerbread milk mindsets essentially a a staple in new orleans is the melcan charged put a holiday twists on it good with psalm grandma nathan dark rahm a little gingerbread in maple syrup and then milk syrup aila i said grammarian here and then a little bit a garand massala which is like ikea konica try spice due note that some warming qualities so even though it should also make you feel nice and while you're putting sizes are during strivers you gotta try derided wanted to learn about now now you have a medley beard but.
"nemeth" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"The strong older guy good or around like joe nemeth because he's a new yorker victoria wanted don't you take this is because arbitrarily throws we get segregated by coasts well the comment that might dip can made which was considered to be pretty controversial is that he was talking about that people taking a need during the anthem and he made the comment that he had not seen any oppression in the us in the last one hundred years sal that was pretty controversial and so of course fellow hall of famer joe nemeth was asked about this he was on fox friends and he said look at the definition of oppression and you understand that it's obviously taken place i think everyone can kind of agree with that he was then asked about the whole colin kaepernick thing and he said going back to what colin kaepernick initially did it was to point out some injustice it's being done to the black race or to people that obviously when you look look any set and i say obviously some of these dash camps in shootings that were john two unarmed people he said he was reaching out meaning colin to try to get it more investigated that's where the oppression thing comes in nemeth said that he believes that the message of nfl protests during the anthem have turned into a national dialogue about patriotism and the flag rather than than the intended message which was standing up to racial inequality and when he was asked if he would take a need during the anthem he said he wasn't ready to go that far but he added i'm not there but i've never walked in a black man shoes either pretty interesting comments yeah pretty interesting comments hijen the us says failed to reach qualification for the first time in what 20 semi years for the world cup next year yeah that seems to be the the the issue i love how you give me the story about russia may because i like donald trump i dunno i for the first time since nineteen eight was not intentional i promise you awhile you know we end of believe me russia's the stretch at this world cup at you know it's an honor for the first heads.
"nemeth" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Probably right but to the show topless here's eddie in rocking county on the fed eddie what are you you got kid what's up brother with subsaharan anyway happening two things you know the rollout names for the afternoon show you know i'm driving home you know what i want to hear the joe nemeth in the oj simpson show and out you know i gotta cutler you know i wanted to put it yet i think he he got good three years left and i'm not my question if you who scored more touchdowns the met white stadium brandon law show in jay cutler but a new york yet the jets are going to be really hard pressed to score a lotta points yes you're looking at in everything i'm reid knows dunkerque earlier this morning everything i'm reading about the offense is exactly what i predicted it would be bad got to be there's going to be a lot of indecision there's gonna be a lot of miscommunication oughta guys ron this offense for the first time and the last thing you need is your best receiver quincy unknown unwanted to go down now with a neck injury i don't know how long he is going to be out form but you're you're asking a lot for this group of guys with a new offensive coordinator and a lack of experience right other than at the running back position as the only i guess you could say josh mccown he is the starter which it looks like he's going to be a lease everything the whole indications of toward find out thursday the whole thing stupid but i also believe that josh mccown probably should be the starter for the first month of the season and and just the kind of get things in the right spot and then if you have that over christian hackenbury or brice patty whoever right at least two team will be a little bit more seasoned and released the team will understand a little bit more about the the offense could is good at take a while for these players to come together now when i come together they're not stepping on the field with an ounce of confidence right now there's a lot of indecision there's a lot of anxiety one tom brady steps.
"nemeth" Discussed on Thompson & Trudell
"Can i guess yeah joe nemeth right yeah nemeth in the '60s your for coats had long hair never abedi was given them a hard time dear matter of fact he told him he couldn't be a spokesperson for casino in dini actually sit out games 'cause you know once rovers friends i you know it's it's so nemeth his but nemeth put up numbers and most of all he won the super bowl you know that answering point michael if clapper nick your they came within one play winning the super bowl headline unethical i people had they won it with this view different conversation that one play gone the other way and we were talking about but it calling happening i'll sense yes super bowlwinning quarterback thing is still to be an issue i they could still be initiated within the nieto in thing a loyal in the activism there's an awful lot of stuff that he won the super that old style by heikal guy last time it team any baseball team went thirty and four who over a thirty four game span in baseball history take a guest gotta be the mariners with ken griffey in the voice of any traveling to have always at the same thing nineteen thirty six new doesn't go 1930s clearly raziq clear pre jackie robson does out all the way so this is the only time the matters that the only time as you head know i i push your son worse fire sahni's party fats through their son is part of the greatest run in the major leagues is it is a an absolutely ignores watching kershaw last night death taxes and kershaw wins i mean he threw a great claim he said afterwards he didn't even have his best off kelly janssen so unbelievably automatic that bullpen so good bye as into a chance and last night antonia the team is this is the best dodger team i have seen is the size of seventy cake is the buzz appropriate i i would think more people people can see the immediacy of i would kill to watch the dodgers and where i live i have zerooption.