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"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

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"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Love him and may how do you think you an affair and if you got in it if you would have got it how do you think you would have fared you. I honestly don't know man because we you know we're gonna be talking about you know You know usc later on But you know in that game. It's about levels could be great you know in on the Elementary school you know You know school yard and then you get to high school guys. Beat you up. You did you those guys in high school. They thought they were tough. And then go to college and those guys get beat up those guys in college. They go to the pros and those they go. Wow i thought it looks slower than it actually really is you know. So fighting his levels man and It's something that you've got to embrace you know Most most most of the time you know from when you're a little kid from what you at a young age just just say that way when you first started in the business you were trained by scots casey and who else i went to either put ski school but scott casey he was the guy with the blueprint in my head. As far as what wrestling was all about sports storytelling you know as well as shakespeare. Romeo and juliet going out and you know Creating and making the fans you know feel a certain way opposed to just watching it. You know but scott. Casey he put the blooper man and the thing about it was he was going through dallas the time and i know you broke in and eighty nine correct. Yep yep and i'm broke into back actually. Actually that's actually mandy. You know everybody always wanna put me in eighty nine and make me a little old and you know even though social media they say i'm fifty five. I'm fifty three. Let's let's get the record straight right here so close. The boston Fifty three years old but looking at right here. Check this out right here. Fifty three do not looking good so out broke and they event i got my break in ninety two n wcw but what was the deal with scott case you train you because he was actually going to train me for a period of time i was going to work at watkins motorise when i was working on a freight dock and then i happened upon scott casey and we started talking. I wanted to get into the business. But then i guess you went off to houston and so all of a sudden scott. Casey was no longer going to train me. Because i didn't know where he it. So that's hooked up with gentleman. Chris adams because i saw his wrestling school commercial on tv. And i went down there and it all worked out for him because he put me in high profile angle because he was trying to push his school at five months and after five months business You know went down at tennessee work for a little bit and jj sent me back. And that's when i turned illest art work working where chris and you'll reason i was able to win. Rookie of the year and ninety was because i was in high profile. Englewood gentleman chris adams and my training back in the day. We did the basic shit with how to do some tomlin drills we learn how to take bumps and we did that over and over again and just about twenty five or thirty of us in a class. We had one ring and we worked out day a week. And that was after the television taping. So you know that. Chris didn't him smart meal up after five months before i match going into dallas born to him to work with the world famous frogmen that blank and right in right before motherf nelken television tape. And that's when i find out the businesses at work. Now i knew something was up but he wouldn't go smart me for nothing dude right before i went out there. We laid out a little bullshit match and referee tony. Falk who's good as go is trying to call me spots out there and we stunk out the joint as we always do when we was green. But mike wilson but you know that but what did you. Training consists of. Was casey and avin post. Because it was more of a show man. He was a strong man. I could tell you. As let me tell you what happens. Got i When he left and went to texas Added plus opened a wrestling school man and it was like one of the most high profile wrestling schools. You would ever wanna walk into at that. Time i mean it was plush It was in the you know the south west side of town. You know i mean we had you know one wrestling ring on one side on the other side. We have full wrestling mats. You know we have televisions and video cameras. You know watching us and stuff like that plus slipped on the banana peel man and got some sponsors man and they were all behind this thing and you have scott man Pay scott some good money to come up in Help him You get the training and And and that's how I got hooked up with scott. Scott you know as far as what what consisted of You know it was i. I got lucky. I'm plus he was a he was a guy he he really wasn't a wrestler. You know he never went out and actually Had a wrestling match. I don't think in his whole career. He's been in a lot of matches but as far as the wrestling go. That's another story So we didn't do a lot of a lot of hindu squats and stuff like that But but we did. Learn science psychology from scott casey and stock. Casey taught me like say the small little bitty things such as taken a hit but in the turnbuckle you know what i mean how to sell. You know a tackle properly. You know what i mean to you. Know create some space a little bit and stuff like that you know so The the school only lasted about six months and it was closed down all the money that he was spending. Bring a talent and stuff like that. But i got lucky. I got lucky. I was on the first crop. How long did it take you to really understand the art of selling. Because when i got into business man at first when those first two months p watch you All of the big bad tough as we're coming down into dallas and for the first few months dude. I got my ass with was akin. No sticks weightlifting belts. I was as white meat. Baby-faced with long blond hair because i just got finished playing football at north texas state university. So they knew that i was a student at chris. Adam so i wouldn't have it matches. I was just and it was going out damn beaten a flying off me. Started getting in the ring and you know you can go back and watch one of my matches with the undertaker. And i guess he was working as a punisher back in the day and i wouldn't work the flying out and because i came out of a football background i kind of consider myself. Not a tough guys are walking around and fighting people on the streets but i was a pretty big mother welfare. So i'm thinking you know sudden you know when i'm out there superstar bill dundee one of my favorites and taught me a shitload about the business and psychology and really took care of me. Holy shit man. Bill was five seven about two hundred pounds and bill never worked like a small guy and you know suddenly you know i'm thinking man i got smell for this guy and it was my conversation with toe. Joe yamamoto. Did you ever know tokyo. I never met doja man..

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"north texas state university" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"north texas state university" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Go back on the air. And you just do that. It's sure it's your own leisure. You know, I've actually noticed a lot of people really grossed out when he flaws in front of them. I think that's so bizarre. It doesn't bother me of bit. I don't need you flaw. We're about to go back up, by the way, I have to say this just this. Disclaimer about tech because I know a lot of fans are mad at me for pointing out the fact that their fans a crappy school, I never said that and the reason well, I could say that. And the reason I would say that it's because they accepted me, you said only trash people go, I I actually never thought that I don't know you said that they were the only college the reason I have a soft spot in my heart for tech is when I graduated high school at the bottom of my class. They were the only college that accepted me glowing endorsement is not a great endorsement, I know that, but I have always appreciated. The fact that it made me feel for just a brief moment. Like, I was worthy. Put that on the brochure. We'll take any. Do you have a chip we'll take you my mom went there. Now, I look that part. I don't know if you live in that part of the state there's nowhere else to go. Why not I have multiple friends who went to tech, and they all rave about it. There's a spirit I think in that community people are really you have to you have to be there. But anyway, they were the only people that accepted me. So I was very grateful for that. And and I didn't go because they didn't have the money to go at the time. And I went to my parents at hey, Texas, Tech accepted me, do you think we could, you know, maybe work out, a they said son have a seat? Let's let's discuss if you think here you graduated at the bottom of your class. Do you really think we're going to pay for college for you? Do you really think we're going to fork over cat, and they did not? So they gave me one hundred fifty dollars. So I could pay for my first semester at the university of Houston. And after that that was it for everything else. Worked my way out through radio. What a nightmare, but he wants so folks. Yeah. I know that's not a ringing endorsement. Except that a guy at the bottom of his class. I could just see them sitting in their off. Let's look at this application you talk about just collecting money. Yeah. When you're doing that, you're just collecting money. Yeah. Well, now, I'll be honest nowadays. You know, the public schools are so hard to get into around here. So UT an got to be top. What is it eight percent? Now that wasn't like wasn't like that. So those are out you got the private schools which are way too expensive. Now who's gonna really left with a lot of options unless you want to go out of state. No like, I totally get why people go and love, Texas Tech. Now when I graduated it was if you're going to UT or am you were serious about going to college? Sure or you went to southwest, Texas State or North Texas state university, you bet or Sam Houston that meant you were going to party share or Stephen F, Stephen F had the reputation because playboy magazine and just named in the top party school in the United States, Stephen F Austin. So that's a lumberjack. That's the only one of those schools. You names, you just named that has it changed their name. No. They have not saying he was saying Houston is not okay. Yeah. Sammy Sam Houston and Stephen F same thing. But now south west Texas is now Texas State. Yes. And then you've got U N T, correct? Because they wanted to sound more like a real university before they apparently they once stay just would've kept North Texas normal college when we had those back in. The the normal. I want to go to the abnormals school. Now tech that my application? They said graduate at the bottom of his class. He got horrible SAT scores. But dammit, I think he's tech material. He's a carbon based form of life. He's a red raider. If I ever saw this guy. I'll bet this guy could drink half the fraternities under the table. He's in a send him as letter in his catalog. That's the way it was back. Then I'm sure it's not that way. Now a lot of Huck girlsgotech. Do they? Oh, yeah. Because they too busy in high school being hot. Yeah. And they didn't get the time for it didn't have time to go to class or anything totally understand as being hot. And then they're thing. Yeah. Just live their best life. I said. Okay. Anyway, I'm getting stop the show. No, I was gonna move on. Okay. By the way, we have some ranger tickets. I want to throw that out there. True statement that we're giving them away. Great segue in Iran. Your tickets? Just try to sell you something here. We also have a commercial free five o'clock hour as we do with a big announcement son of a gun. Yeah. We do have a big announcement of the five o'clock hour, it's about Chad in his personal life. That's great. That's like the worst TV. Doors. Swing and both ways today personal. Yeah. Well, I have some audio wanna play this. This is from President Obama. He was over in Germany, and he was doing a town hall. We talk about immigration a lot in the country and a lot of folks like myself, for example, that, you know, you're welcome to come here. Just you need to try to assimilate not just come out with this multicultural diversity nonsense. Similarly because we all are in the same boat. Now. Learn the language already have people hating me. Because of my techs, Mike, Texas Tech coming. I'm sure you do including my cousin and to my to my massive surprise. Here's President Obama in Germany talking about assimilation in the truth of the matter is is that if if you're going to have a coherent cohesive society, then everybody has to have some agreed upon rules. And they're going to have to be some accommodations that everybody makes and that includes the people who are newcomers. The question is are those fair. Do they you know, the the should we want to encourage? Newcomers to learn the language of the country. They're moving to of course, does that mean that they can never use their own language. No. Of course, it doesn't mean that. But it's, you know, it's not braces to say if you're going to be here, then you should learn the language of the country that you just arrived at because we need to have some sort of common language in which all of us can work and learn and understand each other. This poor man is so out of step with his own party. Now, he's already taking heat for saying that and does that not seem like just common sense? He I've never seen him sound. So uncomfortable. Kinda tip toeing around. He's he knew he wanted to say that the whole time. Yeah. He's just how do I phrase this without my people Haiti myself, so I won't get drummed out of my own party, which he will be anyway, he's taken a lot of heat for saying, what seems to me to be just basic common sense. Good for him. Trending topics coming up next. The trucking industry is changing and Snyder continues to lead the transformation with.

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"north texas state university" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"north texas state university" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Here's how wrong they got it back in the day nineteen seventy-one Earth Day started. This is Peter Gunter North Texas state university professor at the time in nineteen seventy wrote. And I quote demographers agree almost unanimously and the following grim timetable. He writes by nineteen seventy-five widespread famines will begin in. India? They'll spread by nineteen ninety to include all of India, Pakistan, China, the near east Africa, most of the entire world with the exception of western Europe, North America and Australia famine by two thousand he said would engulf almost the entire planet. Dead wrong. Dead wrong. One of the leading experts in our country in one thousand nine seventy was completely wrong. January nineteen seventy life magazine. Remember life magazine? Really big great pictures. Phenomenal pictures no longer around. Life magazine reports in nineteen seventy and we quote, scientists have solid experimental in theory medical evidence to support the following predictions in a decade that would be one thousand nine hundred eighty in a decade urban dwellers will have to wear gas masks to survive air pollution, and by nineteen eighty-five. They wrote in nineteen seventy air pollution will have reduced the amount of sunlight reaching the earth by one half. Wrong. Just wrong. Yes. Scientists can be wrong. And it's okay to question. Let's go to the phones right now. Eric from Roseville calls in on a wet Saturday snowy Saturday in the mountains. Eric, how's it going? Good. How are you? I'm doing. Well, what are your thoughts on this? Well, so I'm a college student. I also worked for office of emergency services. If you've accounting a lot of inside knowledge of some of the stuff that goes on in both governmental and on the academic side. So it in college I had to do a research paper on the drought. This was about six years ago. Okay. And basically if you go online, all this stuff speaking. When I when I looked into research studies and things in California as far as water usage. Fifty percent of the water that's being used because of environmental policies goes down the river to the ocean, right. Forty percent of the water goes to agriculture right camp percent goes to household and in the household water less than three percent on your lawn. So, you know, the whole government program was was pointed at restricting what you could water your lawn. Right. So no, I mean, it was an extent it was just an extension. It was a power play by government leaders to take power and control over the people. I mean from a from a useful standpoint in terms of actually saving water, you know, the percentages. You just cited Eric tell us that it really was inefficient. Completely inefficient. And and to get to the point of of what you had pointed out as far as reservoirs are current. Over the years Shasta. It. We're not built to provide water for drinking, and and they were built because of flooding, right? Right. Were built to control flooding. No. I mean, look, look we have gone from one thousand nine hundred seventy early nineteen seventies is when the last major reservoir was built in California in the time between then and now we have almost doubled our population in California, we have about early we have like low thirties low thirties in terms of millions of people we had high teen. So it was like eighteen nineteen million is the population back then. So we double our population, and we add no major reservoirs. Now. What do you think it's going to happen? I mean, it doesn't take a mathematician to figure this out. Well, and then when you look at so that the version that they did the earliest diversion project project was the California aqueduct which was which was built in. Let's start in the late fifties into the sixties. It's an open system. And if you look at the amount of that water, and where it goes forty percent of it evaporates because it's an open system right were channeling water from northern California to southern California. Forty percent of that goes read up into the air. Yeah. There's a huge problem. Why hasn't that they began with that? No. I I've long said on this show. And I'll say it again, I think that water is an instrument. It's a tool by government leaders to control the population. And I think they're doing that here. You bet it's a matter of economic. You bet it is absolute water water leverage tack. Hey, Eric Wauters power. And they and they want the power. There's no question. Eric great call. Thanks for the call from Roseville. Appreciate it. Let's quickly. Get. It to a Wilson in Greenwood calling in on this wet snowy Saturday. They wilson. Yeah. I'm doing well. How are you? What are your thoughts? Here. Referring to the guy that called in earlier, and he got about electric cars. I wanna make bad electric cars. I think it's a harmonic distortion that causes decreased sales are fast or faster than awful healed. Okay. Now, you lost me on harmar harmonic distortion. What do you mean by that break that down into layman's terms? Oh, no, scientists or anything. I read. The bees on those big windmills. There's a problem there. Stories from the electric Motors. Yeah. Okay. I think that's what's gonna destroy the ozone layer faster and faster than fossil fuel. Okay. Okay. Well, look, my my broader point Wilson is exactly what what you've been suggesting, and what we talked about with the earlier caller this notion right now because we are not able to generate electricity on a mass level that we want to and hope to someday in a clean way, this notion that electricity these cars that are electric are cleaner than those that aren't combustible engines that that's a fallacy because you you we the way we generate on a mass scale trysofi nuclear coal burning. We use a fossil fuels. These are dirty fuels. And that's just the way it is. Now, if we could on a mass scale do it with solar and do it with wind and do it with hydro. Okay. Terrific. But we're not there yet. Do we need to try to get their? Absolutely. There's no downside of that cleaner. Air is better for all of us. We all know that we're not there yet and to suggest otherwise is just it's a fallacy that leads us nicely into our next segment because not other than who brought this up this week. Oh, she made our show again. She makes our show every week. She's solid. She she she comes to the table. Alexandria, Cossio Cortez every week. And guess what? She was talking about this week. Yup. The green new deal. It's the green new deal and she held a press conference with her supporters a day or two after the state of the union address talk about the green new deal climate change in our environmental challenges.

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"north texas state university" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"north texas state university" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Good morning. It's ten ten at KRLD. I Mitch car. We're live in the Mercedes Benz plano news center. The state of the union addresses tonight, President Trump's second and the one delayed during the partial government shutdown Dr king's a political science professor at the university of North Texas and help preview the speech this morning on KRLD. What are we going to be talking about this time tomorrow? And he's going to emphasize think. He think he's going to emphasize by dishes, immigration reform, trade infrastructure, health care and foreign policy, but be ready. I think most folks will be talking about immigration while also depend on the president's tone tonight. Whether we're talking about bipartisanship on more division. We'll we'll in going on immigration, you know, some officials in his administration of hinted. He is going to present a path forward on immigration. Do you think we're going to see some some forward movement on that from him? Well, we can do that. Just remember that President Bush number forty three. President Obama president number forty four all tried and their state of the union to jumpstart immigration and that didn't work out. So well. Recent impact it's hard to know because he's going to have to make sure that he is now reaching out to Republicans who are angry over the shutdown as it relates to integration reform. So you mentioned the tone of the speech tonight. I if he comes out and starts scolding Democrats for causing the shutdown that that would be a step back. Would be and has to be very careful because the Republican party lost forty seats in house in two thousand eighteen terms Obama humble after he lost on record number sixty nine. In two thousand ten election. And so they're going to be watching to see are we going? Teleprompter. Trump who tends to be more by parties in it. Oh twitter. Trump who tends to be a little bit more combative state of the union address. And then the democratic response both can be heard tonight live right here on KRLD beginning at eight o'clock, our time the university of North Texas has never had a donation like the one from g Brent Ryan twelve million dollars of his thirty million dollar gift is aimed at setting up in Dowd chairs at U N T that will be used to attract top rank faculty members the remaining eighteen million dollars will be used for programming and scholarships and the U N T school of business will be named for Ryan. He attended the school when it was still North Texas state university, and he's currently chairman of the U N T systems board of regents TCU, computer. Student has been caught hacking into a university, computer. He was trying to change his grade campus. Police documents suggest Stephen fan used his skills. A student to hack his way into a computerized grading database to improve his grades in three classes. The investigation came to light through an open records request from the student publication TCU three sixty which reports fan was caught in December. When a teacher at Neely school of business discovered fans alter great detective say fan denies everything. And according to TCU three sixty he's still enrolled as TCU student at last check, Kurt Lewis NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD Brad Pitt's mission to help rebuild New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina has turned into a legal nightmare. The actor started his make it right foundation to build state of the art homes in the lower ninth. Ward pit spoke about it on Ellen the families that lived in these homes will save seventy five percent at least on their electricity Bill, but the homes have been falling apart in Pitt and make it right have been sued several times. Now, a group of homeowners is filed the plaza action suit against him. The post reports the problems include. Mold broken appliances and improperly installed gas meters that could have caused explosions. Peter King CBS news. Some good news for first time home buyers that story plus traffic and weather together. On the eighths next. The best place to listen to.

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"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"And then a pivotal moment would have. Been when I finished playing football at Wharton county junior college in about eighty what eighty five and I was going to get to scholarship offers to continue playing college football and continue my college education, and I could have gone to university in Mexico or could have gone to North Texas state university, and I chose North Texas state university, and that university is in Denton, Texas, which is thirty miles from the world famous sport a Torian way back in the day when that's where world class championship. Wrestling was kind of on a decline from its white. Hot days is one of the number one wrestling promotions as in the world right when assigned on or came through Chris Adams wrestling school. Jerry jeered had bought an interest in that territory. Eric Embry was booking Texas part of the territory and it had to change the name from world class championship wrestling to United States wrestling association, which made a lot of people pretty mad. But nonetheless, a bunch of these pitchers I'll go through and start talking about them right now. And before I get onto podcast and start running my mouth. I want to say, thanks everybody. Who sent me some suggestions as far to musical stuff to listen to I've been wearing hell out of Cody jinx adobe sessions album. And that what else is new mama song ready for things to get better dirt David damn at that whole album is nothing, but Pierre platinum so if you get a change go check that Cody jinx album, I can sing his ass off. And if you watch is guitar player thinking, I'm getting them right at least as current guitar player. I think his name is John Wallace plays a Fender telecaster the tone. He gets out of that damn guitar. Some of the Lexi's playing some of the stuff that he's doing and most of the stuff I've seen he's not running a steel guitar Cody jinx behind him. I'm sure he's played with one. But I'm just watching his John Wallace guy just a solid as. Van dam wanna lead guitar player shit and associate Cody jinx rights and mama songs. I wear that damn thing out. I put that damn thing and house, and my wife, you start shaking her head because she says, you are the only person I knew that can listen to us on over and over and over again, and I just smiled. That's what I do. Anyway. Coming right back. We'll talk about all these pitchers that I've got laid out on a table. I'm gonna talk to you about what was going on at the time. What was running through my mind? And again, the good times bad times high times low times of a damn good time a hell of a career in.

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"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"And then a pivotal moment would have. Been when I finished playing football at Wharton county junior college in about eighty what eighty five and I was going to get to scholarship offers to continue playing college football and continue my college education, and I could have gone to university in Mexico or could have gone to North Texas state university, and I chose North Texas state university, and that university is in Denton, Texas, which is thirty miles from the world famous sport a Torian way back in the day when that's where world class championship. Wrestling was kind of on a decline from its white. Hot days is one of the number one wrestling promotions as in the world right when assigned on or came through Chris Adams wrestling school. Jerry jeered had bought an interest in that territory. Eric Embry was booking Texas part of the territory and it had to change the name from world class championship wrestling to United States wrestling association, which made a lot of people pretty mad. But nonetheless, a bunch of these pitchers I'll go through and start talking about them right now. And before I get onto podcast and start running my mouth. I want to say, thanks everybody. Who sent me some suggestions as far to musical stuff to listen to I've been wearing hell out of Cody jinx adobe sessions album. And that what else is new mama song ready for things to get better dirt David damn at that whole album is nothing, but Pierre platinum so if you get a change go check that Cody jinx album, I can sing his ass off. And if you watch is guitar player thinking, I'm getting them right at least as current guitar player. I think his name is John Wallace plays a Fender telecaster the tone. He gets out of that damn guitar. Some of the Lexi's playing some of the stuff that he's doing and most of the stuff I've seen he's not running a steel guitar Cody jinx behind him. I'm sure he's played with one. But I'm just watching his John Wallace guy just a solid as. Van dam wanna lead guitar player shit and associate Cody jinx rights and mama songs. I wear that damn thing out. I put that damn thing and house, and my wife, you start shaking her head because she says, you are the only person I knew that can listen to us on over and over and over again, and I just smiled. That's what I do. Anyway. Coming right back. We'll talk about all these pitchers that I've got laid out on a table. I'm gonna talk to you about what was going on at the time. What was running through my mind? And again, the good times bad times high times low times of a damn good time a hell of a career in.

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"north texas state university" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

09:07 min | 2 years ago

"north texas state university" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"Former Pittsburgh Steeler. Great pro football hall of Famer college football hall of Famer at what was then North Texas state university. Now, of course known as the university of North Texas. Hold of the mean, green Cowboys, welcome for the great mean, Joe Greene who is putting on his headset. Now, I think I got it. I think they do. I don't know it kinda got tangled up there. See if we can work on it. Tangled up a lot. Welcome. Thank you. Thank you. It's a pleasure to be here. Earlier today and. It goes without saying this is a fantastic fantastic. It really is what you heard. I think when you were walking in you had done a commercial for the pro football hall of fame, and you kind of rubbed it into your teammates saying, you're the first one from that era to get into the pro football hall of fame. And I went back and checked and it was true. He was the first guy they came following after you're right. Well, our the oldest. And that doesn't mean I was the best. I was just the oldest and. I was just. No doubt about it to be a part. Fantastic football team organization. Anyone that watches football and watch his teams play their favorite teams know that. It starts from the top. And this dog in the station. Good example. Would be this past week. The Dallas Cowboys facing. Well, everybody except. Those people that are thin this building to those people that practice everyday new with the outcome is going to be in. That's that's because the organization the coaches, circle the wagons and said, this is the one that's going. This is the that's going to change the course of the season, and they became believers when they became believers. Thing anything can happen. And the goal that they were seeking was the come away with the victory. That is what teamwork is all about. And that is what leadership is all make no mistake about it. It was a bad leadership. Then those guys buying into the program. That's what it's about. And if you can do it once. And again, and again now they have a chance to turn around their season. The Pittsburgh Steeler from that era to go into the pro football hall of fame in Joe, you are also the first non cowboy to be on the Cowboys legend show Mickey how long have you been doing this show? Well, this is his second appearance, by the way, how about that. Yes. Been doing it for about six seven years, and he's the longer than that. Well for you. What did you hand off? I thought we did it together. All right. We've been having the Cowboys legend show it going twelve year. Yeah. At least, well, I've been I've been I've been in this area since nineteen seventy. And I've been sending messages and message. What are you gonna have show? I think you beat be here for you from your new university of North Texas day for for for the some of you out there who aren't familiar with one thousand nine hundred seventy s let me bring you up to speed on mean, Joe Greene who might have been you might want to take the might out of it. The most dominant defensive player in the National Football League in the decade of the seventies. Four time Super Bowl champion. Tin time pro bowler five time first team all pro to type second team all pro NFL man of the year in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine which is about as prestigious award is you can receive the two-time NFL defensive player of the year the NFL defensive rookie of the year in nineteen sixty nine a member of the NFL seventy fifth anniversary all time team the nineteen seventies all decade team. And of course, the Pittsburgh steel. Have retired is number seventy five and he was a consensus. First team all American in nineteen sixty eight playing at North Texas state university, a member of the pro football hall of fame, the college football hall of fame, probably the temple Texas hollow Fe to did we leave anything out. Oh, my goodness squad a career all I can tell you that. Regardless of how I tried. The Lord just blessed me. Leslie, I having the. Body to withstand all the punishment. That one does play the game. And. Opportunity to go to play for North, Texas and. Went to North Texas. Probably. Well, no, probably probably about it. I read about Amna Hanes who from Dallas, right? Read about as being in North Texas. And that was the that took me to visit North Texas. And I had an outstanding time there at North Texas, mid my first wife there and my kids were born there. And. Sophomore you. They thought that this main green thing not because of me, but because of the colors of the school and we played pretty good defense. When I got drafted number one by the Pittsburgh Steelers. And I knew about the Pittsburgh Steelers. Have I went to a cowboy game? Versus the Steelers over it. Fair. Poor really how bad they were. I did not want to go to Pittsburgh when I got drafted by Pittsburgh. Number four that year. That was the first the fourth player drafted in nineteen sixty nine. I was not happy celebrating someplace, but I wasn't. I guess that's why that's another reason. I can say I was blessed because. If I had my choice wouldn't have chosen the Pittsburgh Steelers wouldn't have been in the company of having the opportunity being coached. But no. Having the ownership of. The Rooney's then Rooney ruining senior. Little did. I know, and I didn't know. Pittsburgh Steelers had Matt worn anything in the entire history. And I didn't want to go there in my first year. We won the first ballgame lost thirteen. Okay. Are you still where the NFL defensive rookie of the year? Oh. But. As time went on, you know. We got enough players in there in believability in the coach in believability in the organization that. Blunt became blunt thoroughbreds became Terry Bradshaw. Lynn Swann became Lynn Swann Franco, Harris became Franko, hairs Lambert, became lamberton. And I think I may have grown a little bit as a player then. Then. Then we became the Pittsburgh Steelers. And it was that game. At the Cotton Bowl that you went to the Steelers and the Cowboys it was fifty years ago next month. Can you believe for years? December eighth nineteen sixty eight. And by the way, the Steelers did not look good in that game. They lost it twenty eight two seven zero. All right. We're gonna continue with mean, Joe Greene here on the Cowboys legend show.

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"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"I had this little plastic cement, you know, weight bench which will had back in the day. You know, the guys was under football and stuff and these days it's all steel plates. But back in the day was cement, and those plastic little gimmick things, and my younger brother, Kevin he'd invite all his buddies over and they'd be out to I raise inhale, drink and beer, obviously they were underage. He was a year behind me in high school, and they've been to raise hell I'd open a damn window because I was trying to get my beauty sleep. So I can grow some muscle tissue, fiber and get stronger and better NAT Lennox not say shutoff fuck up eight fuck off and they'd keep part in. But anyway, when I got to college, you know, well, started drinking a little bit more my senior year if you beers. Here and there my first endeavor with beer was when I was older brother, Scott somewhere and hand me a beer, I won't say the name of it. It was a regular bear wasn't a light beer. I thought it tasted like shit. Bear wasn't for me. Then I got an athletic scholarship to Warton gatty junior college. And I became a pretty good friend of beer, and I drink every day, I'm shit bear. There was from the cheapest stuff and world light beer to some of the regular beers and got into the Newcastle. Browns and stuff like that again is stuff from England. But in college and junior, college me, and my buddy, Robert Webb from college station. We really got a liking to that wild Turkey one. Oh one. And man, we drank each shit at that stuff. And I got another scholarship to North Texas state university in Denton, Texas. And then I was so involved in football. Maybe every now and then on weekends. I go get tangled up, and you know, Chit some whiskey here there, but it was mainly bear. Keg beer stuff. Like that. You know, when you go to somebody's place for part? And it was always kick beer, and then got the business pro wrestling. And that's when it was pretty much, a twelve pack or eighteen pack Olympic head eighteen fax back. Then you know, we after we worked at sport tore on Friday night. You know, everybody goes liquor store and jump on a bus veered. Your had we drive all night to Memphis, Tennessee to do TV in the morning. So that was a beer run. And then, you know, basically, my my first few years in the business was pretty much all beer, and then started getting into you know, because of all my hunting getting back into hunting started ranking crown Royal drink a lot of damn crown Royal and always loved the whiskey I'm starting to drink a little bit Jack Daniels now, but in the Jack Daniels got into Botka, and I was bringing a vodka when my wife was a fan I like Martini's lager martinis. So anyway, we've been. Linking him Dan martinis forever. And Kristen had house in Venice still has it. And we were sitting her backyard with the chimney. I go on a little bitty started logs in there, and we put a little bit of Ken Lynnwood in there to keep a fire going, and we'd have you know, two three four drinks. And I barely would have to what Chris she was working regular job. She was teaching every day. And so I kind of corrupted her to two hundred grease. She was already drinking. But once I moved in it kind of turned into a lot more frequent occasion. It's just we really enjoyed sitting outside looking at the stars..

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"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Yeah, and I called her. I will grow up out of middle of the night. I'm good thing. I was wrestling fairly close to home. It was about our drive. Nothing too major. I called her, I go, I need you to get in the car. I can't move. I can't get in the passenger seat. And when you go to the hospital, she goes, okay, she goes, what happened? I got my back it. I can't feel my. I can't feel my left leg. I'm I can't feel really anything from the waist down. We need help. So she gets in the car and get to the hospital date. Pull me like the crazy part is like my wife had the wife at the time had to pull me out of the car because they went touch me the hospital when the nurses or the security guy wouldn't touch me. They're like, we're not going to be liable for that hell, no, right. You know. So she had to literally pull me out of the car. She's maybe like a buck sixty, you know, at the most, you know, pulling out of the car and putting me in a wheelchair and willing me into the in Dr few x-rays my back. He says your district jacked, he goes, I don't think she wrestling anymore. Honestly, he goes. Your district done and I go now, man, like that's not gonna happen, you know? So paint bills. Wow. Did were you. Twenty six twenty five twenty six. You can't do something. I don't to do. I'm still fresh and still green. Like I'm like, this is fairly so two years in two. So he writes screw. Yep. For nocco. I run out of the scrip. I start buying them illegally. I got a buddy who almos- you start getting into Selma's. Are we going to get into the summers because so most are a part of the pain protocol and theory say, well, there are muscle relaxers the providing relief have. So yeah, that's pretty much it. I was popping anything to help me get out of pain grant. Keep wrestling, honestly. Did you do the vikes some combination? I didn't never do the vikes someone combination, but I did the nor co, some combination. And I took to norc os before match and we'll get into where my career almost crashed and burned right now. Just that was. That was one of the guy and a couple of beers. Hey, man, you got anything. No. We mean, you know, and you know. Been around a few pain bills back today. I'm gonna read one of my first shots out of the state of Texas. Rodney was shot in Oklahoma Arsim Ryan with, hey man, you want to like a like, what's it bike? Let's paint Bill. What for I just both. Okay. He won now. That was my first paint Bill. That was mad induction. I'd already played to use a football, two years of football, North Texas state university blew out Macy l.. Linebacker defense van, but been in pain, but just never had anything to do with the paint Bill. I'm riding down the road and someone just asking if I won't want for no reason. So anyway, back to the conversation at the beer joint. To solace to to likes. I'll do the villa game over may, and I was like scared shitless as not feel that that I know is conducive to long live and never ever took a combination again. And so anyway, back to you, you're, you're taking a narcos, here's some bikes. Some some alcohol's involved as well. Now, when did you start drinking? I started drinking. I have. I started drinking when I was young. Like I've always loved alcohol, like alcohol was always one of those things that was always like, hey, we're partying. We're having fun. I'm torn with ban. You know, we're drinking for the show where it's always always been a part of my life like alcohol is always been a part of my life. So when you mix those two combinations together, exaggerated effects? Yeah. And usually somehow a car crash happens. I getting in fights. The fight fights multiple times with a promoter who I came from Veneta pro wrestling..

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"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"This is the Steve Austin show gimme a hell. Yeah, yeah. Now, here's Steve Austin. Welcome to Steve Alston show. I'm coming to you from the main streets, Los Angeles, California. Today I'm sitting here three seventeen gimmick street about to open up a can of audio, whoa, pass extraordinaire with a young professional restaurant independence seen by the name of Maxwell Jacob Friedman, you might know him as m j f this dude has been in the business where about three years, he's twenty two years old and has already working at an extremely high level. Now, he does have a few tricks of the trade learn as we always do. No one ever goes to the ring and says, I know it all, but this guy with a lot of potential, it will be interesting to see where life takes him where his career takes him. But he has a lot of the tools necessary to make it to the very top. So very interesting conversation at a lot of fun talking. This young man came through Los Angeles. We're going to shot and he's working all over. The United States of America is in high demand then doing some work for basically every independent seeing. Out there doing some work with m. l. w. my buddy court Bauer, and I'll tell you what he is a heat seeking missile normally likes to work arm arm. Submission is finish. He's a heat seeking missile loves to work for the heat can Bill to a real hot finish at end of the match, and I'll tell you what he's he's about the fresh air somewhat arrogant. Dare I say he's very arrogant. He's very full of himself and he's very cocky, very confident. Nonetheless, you have to have those traits if you want to succeed in a very tough business to business appro wrestling and I'll tell you what man, this guy can work a crowd, like it's nobody's business on conversation. We'll get to him in a minute. Oh, we get to him. I want to go back to my Saturday. What a great week and it was for college football, man. My alma mater the university of North Texas back in the day when I played football for him, it was North Texas state university, man. I think they went down to Arkansas. Aw, opened up a big can of we'll bass on the Arkansas Razorbacks Arkansas in the south eastern converse. In my opinion, the toughest conference in college football nor Texas went down there and amongst many things they did was a fake, punt fool the entire team probably in dire stadium and God, dang what a damn play that was. But anyway, I'm going to give a shout out to the main green over North Texas coach. Seth Latrell really has that program going into right direction. I go way back to my days playing there and I believe I was there in one thousand nine hundred eighty six eighty seven and eighty six blew out my ACL on kickoff coverage. I was number two linebacker in eighty seven. I was a starting defensive in at the week, sad across from Tom met on a strong sad and we got our asses kicked damn near every single Saturday. I think we want to games one year and three games. Next, I tried to look up our results from. The record books back today on computer, but they didn't go back at far rocket and find them. I couldn't find the roster with my name on it, but I was down there on a full scholarship and back then we were division to school nowadays, their division one school and operate in at a real high level. I've been in communication with the coach and the Atlantic director down there and talk to him on Twitter every now and then was direct messages and really proud. They got things going into red direction. And hopefully we, as we all know, is very, very early in the season as a long season to go..

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"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"He was a gimmick guy. He really wasn't a wrestler, you know, he never went out and actually had a wrestling match. I don't think in his whole career, he's been in a lot of, you know matches. But you know, as far as the wrestling go, that's another story. So we didn't do a lot of purpose a lot of know squats and stuff like that. But we did learn science psychology from Scott Casey and stock AC taught me like I say, the small little bitty things such as taking a head, but in the term buckle, you know what I mean? How to sell, you know, a tackle properly. You know what I mean? How to you. Create some space is a little bit and stuff like that, you know. So the the school only lasted about six months and it was close. All the money that he was spending, bring a talent and stuff like that. But I got lucky. I got lucky. I was on the first crop. How long did it take you to really understand the art of selling? Because when I got an a business man at first those first months p watch you. All of the big bad tough as you knows. We're coming down into Dallas and for the first two months, dude, I got my ask swift with Kim, no sticks weightlifting belts. I was as white meat, maybe faced with long blond hair because I just got finished playing football, North Texas state university. So they knew that I was a student at Chris Adam, so I wouldn't have it matches. I was just women boy, and it was going out damn beaten a flying off me and in Filon started getting in the ring and you know, you can go back and watch one of my matches with undertaker. And I guess he was working as punisher back in the day and I wouldn't worth the flying out. And because I came out of a football background, I kind of consider myself, you know, not a tough guys far walking around and fighting people on the streets. But I was a pretty big mother welfare. So I'm thinking, you know, sudden, you know, when I'm out there working with superstar Bill Dundee who's one of my favorites and taught me a shitload about the business and psychology and really took care of me, holy shit. Man. Bill was five, seven. About two hundred pounds and Bill never worked like a small guy, and you know, I'm thinking, man, I got a snow for this guy, and it was my conversation with to- Joe Yamamoto. Did you ever know told you? I never met DOJ. Oh, well, man. A one time. You know, his telling me trying to smart me up about selling, you know, slack get some sympathy because dude, if you me at work as we have many times, if I'm doing something to you and you ain't selling it and you're doing something to me and I, it sell it. Nothing means shit because nothing hearse. So tell Joe said grandma ear, and I grabbed his ear lobe and maybe cringed booger like I just ripped his ear off and he looks at me and he goes that cell. And that's when I li- Bogue went off in my head..

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"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"They were making a ton of money and i always got along with animal and hawk so they never said anything and you know all my hair was so light and in hawk was pretty similar to minded and joe's different but i remember having a conversation with hawkeye said you know with the way my hair's receiving and and getting thin i really don't have anything else to do other than shave it and i tried to admit that didn't look good so i grew horns back and they were fine with it they would you know again they they were they were making a ton of money on the gimmick sales the merchandise and they were they were getting paid a lot of money you know it just it didn't affect him and it just wasn't a problem for them you know did you see shawn michaels and marty jannati there is the rockers midnight rockers did you see greatness on those kids an early age or did do just a couple of pain and ask guys who were pretty atlantic and all the girls like you know what that that that was the case they will pay the ass and they did have drills let me tell you what shaun and marty had the you know they they had a a following a little girl just you know little fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen year old women just go from town to town and big crowds can't take they were talented though in you know pacific ly sean he had been in the business at that time lesson year and you know he could have he could have great mansion sleep and he had long hair back then you know if he had the the blonde haired blue eyed pretty boy in let me tell you what he could flat go you know it was impressive to see sean at that age you know it was just it was just natural for him mardi obviously was the second part of that tag team was very good at an himself and you know he looked good in those ten but i'll tell you what it was impressive to watch and you know and then again that whole crew was hall of fame kurt hitting in the whole thing all i know i know what you thought about kurt and i know you struck up a friendship with scott and he just got into the hall of fame and of course i thought scott from way back and man a very very talented guy but what were your early impression to the free birds michael hayes was was to me you know he was the kind of the leader that route and of course you had dan bamboos them dig out and then the third part of that group i forget his name and i apologize i'm sure you let roberts yeah okay to me they you know what of all the talent that was there to me the free bridge was the best act on the show honey from and i'm talking about from the point an expressly michael hayes from the point and walking out the curtain and getting in that ring in putting on a show in we're talking about tag teams best as they always worked and then i'll tell you what i i was i was a mark watching these guys work in that was what he was he was right around three hundred pounds and yeah probably i dunno six three or four in but he could move he could flat get in hit hit those robes and move and they they had their act down from japan did you say who any over japan later on you know i never hooked up with him i was with a nokia he was with baba in the gym and dr death with quite a bit but for the air they were head of their time not only work in a ring but the whole thing the music share the look in the everybody else was coming to step behind but i mean of all that talent there you know you know you've talked about bruiser building stan we've been through this list i thought i thought the best of the best of that that group in that era with reports they had when they came to dallas i was playing football north texas state university i used to drive up sport at torian.

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"north texas state university" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"north texas state university" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Molly hatchet man got to listen to the guitar on that list with dan oh man molly as you and she was a dave luebeck at least thing i think he had a kidney problem he died at a young age oh okay yeah but i i love skinner guitars also love molly hatchet guitars and just listening to some rambled it's about a six minutes song but dreams i'll never see love us oh it's amazing how many huge names agreed to do this that's very cool then when we've talked quite a bit stranglehold dude i just love that song i wish she would have played it for you at the campfire what else donor detroit rock city oh yeah classic then here's a rainbow in the dark duty do everybody loved him and when he when he left us a couple of years back out that was a sad day so going back when you mentioned do in the same way and i think of rat cut in same time grad fan and have you heard about this thing no the doing the hologram now okay so they have a this touring right now it's deals band playing with the ronnie james deal hologram from a live performance so they play live and dios agassi has hologram so it's like seeing the ghost of deal live pretty cool yeah i think it's gonna be kinda something interesting to see because if it works they'll do michael jackson do elvis you know dude i what kind of a rain of sell out but they'll sell some tickets somewhere i think so the twenty five hundred five thousand seat venue can fit it in there no one like you man another scorpions hits hard and great opening guitar solo on that slow ride oh slow ride fog at listen you look at the lyrics but it's just it's almost like low rider this something about a slow ride it's a group song did you know they're a british band did not know that it's such an american sounding but there from england yeah a couple more here on through the night interesting choice the song about the business death leopard wow through the night man here we go man we just got finished rock and you like a hurricane now would drive to the next plane that's that's kind of almost obscured def leppard tune but it was always wanted resonated with me yeah then there's rain going back to the cold ns bury their guitar player i forget his navy duffy yes greg qatar great tunes they switched so much between rain and she sells sanctuary to electric where they dropped the goth and went very acdc which blew my mind you know my friends knew colts like that cult sucks dude it was nine hundred eighty six nine hundred eighty seven plan football north texas state university i was over my bose apartment we was drinking beer with a flank steak on the grill whereas working on the freight knox and i think it was rain or she shell sanctuary was on mtv and it was the one where the kind of dancing like this just it was a visual at first drew in that song and then it was the audio like medicine good fucking stone but it was a visual of seeing those guys and this back when there weren't a little bit of makeup and ns bear that long straight hair and it was just something about it just captured me on they had a good little run and then the last june stone cold by rainbow it just cool song and kind of it fit but also you know.

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"north texas state university" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"north texas state university" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"In the best shape of your life mentally physically and that's the bottom line because stone cold chris said so go do it now history of rock and roll is littered with the unexplainable the moody blues tonight abducted the entire band rock and roll with richard there listen and some guy at apple podcasts and google play when you're talking about and you mentioned the no you kind of started in dallas and the sport a torian right it wasn't wasn't that kind of one of the first territories that use music as ring music for the guys i want i understand it is because you know michael hayes like they were saying they won the i bands to us free wasn't a tom sawyer kerry von eric's dude man tom sorry modern day warrior but here's the thing when they started running at music sports dorm i was playing football at north texas state university pretty jacked up linebacker weakside defensive end long blonde hair man when they hit stranglehold from ten nugent another guy who was a big fan of back in the day when when stranglehold came on mr i mean you talk about you know tom sawyer whatever care was coming out to who is strangled steam kevin all yeah when do when straight classic that's it man that shit hit shit was on down there barefooted you know the free bars got name when a free birds came out there chris you can appreciate this you're showman and i don't know like in today's generation when the free birds went into the hall of fame you know it was way past due and mike wasn't a greatest technical wrestler in a world but you talk about a guy who's going to go out there and ju believed in trash you talk about a heel would come time to get the heat that mainstream dude it was worth the price of admission talks about the confederate flag whatever he had big ass red robot confederate flag on the back of it and he got on a damn second term buckle started zhai rate in his hips and flip and his hair around his interest was worth at ten bucks a painting and then the match between them two free marks the match between them and devan damn near shoot because they're real snug they hadn't agreement and it was really electric here's a story so i'm working to sport dorm right but just come out across adams restaurant school been wrestling for two months friday nights ran live show and in saturday morning was a tv taping that they played that saturday night live to tape on kt so i've been out russell school for i've been in restaurants go for five months than in the business for two months all the heels coming in from tennessee this wins your bought the territory from von erich so now us w a and he'll come in here p watch you all those guys near beaten a shit out of me would candlesticks weightlifting belts because i was white meat baby face pretty good physique right so anyway after two months of that figure hill i gotta be ready right at the same time i was still driving a forklift working on a freight knock i asked jerry jerry innocent hey man when you think i can start working fulltime he goes hail steve i think you ready now hill loaded up hyundai excel and headed off tennessee and so anyway long story short everybody's heard half my shift to begin with but i'm living at the congress and its this shit box they'll let me pay whenever i can because i ain't got no money but then new thousand good for my word and it really took care of me and then you know as a green baby going into regional territory we're working the same towns every single week same towns you get your chops up pretty good 'cause you gotta change shit right and i was green grass and working with some great veterans and riding was great veterans listen to them tell me about psych collagen so curious green grass decent physique but as started starving i started losing weight i used to do push ups before the matches to get a little bit of a pub because at least if i was gonna stink joe and not in a ring at least look good when i got there and saw remember i said man i gotta have a theme song and so on a little democratic order are recorded unchained and jamie's crying in dallas but there i use unchained and you know how unchanged.

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"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Lucia underground fan and big lucci libra fan so to talk to those guys and they actually speak pretty good english so to have a conversation with them and to learn more about them much fun and being integrate state of louisiana new orleans louisiana one of my favorite towns louisiana's one of my favorite states i've wrestling almost every medal size medium size or big sized town in louisiana and i played most of their football teams when i was played warden county junior college and in north texas state university so i've been all up and down at state and i love the food and i love the people of course louisiana's big wrestling country anyway you know bill watch running mid south down there for a long time so they're used to good wrestling action and they you know they love it so that was my favorite part about being down in there being part of a city that i really love i got a chance to eat at my fisherman's cove seafood restaurant that i eat at needn't have for twenty years i guess but that's what i enjoyed the most dear steve how do you feel when so many superstars today try to cut a series promo but audience takes to win out of their cells what the what chance well i wanted to get your take on us since you're the originator a love the work you didn't ring a huge fan of your pod cash thanks that's raj thomas man i just got finished talking about the one thing i didn't remember this question was going to come it can really mess with with a guy girls rhythm what they're trying to say that can get flustered the sometimes at what chang can really be overwhelming and you think people aren't paying attention to what you're saying and sometimes when a really strong heartfelt promo is happening now starwood that what chat and you know the audience is missing out on what the what the wrestler saying and so sometimes man you gotta time that what chan when there's a bullshit going on and you got to be able to listen to a real deal promo so you know what's going on in a story so yeah i feel for you and i.

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"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"north texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Is your mindset changed as far as how you're playing the game now as as an offer to tackle versus when you were the quarterback because dupleix quarterback and kilgore and in highschool it go virginia college we used to blake you'll go when i was in junior college at warton canada junior college organize kicked every single time we went down there and we'll we gotta ask you if you ever next out that's just might world but how has your miller broach changed are just how you act on football field because quarterback seemed like hey man you kind of need that like carson winston nick foles netcom within the storm how were you in have you changed there was one guy that never made it to us was kevin wilson he was the main of which i've ever seen and he i mean practice was it was it was miserable so i was you know with two or three years i wasn't playing i was i was meant for every day there's a lot of miserable people that are with me one thing i didn't do i you know i never i never wanted to transfer who stick it out and eventually man i was i was sitting at to seventy five to eight i was playing high in then you know i don't know if you know bobby jack rice and you said he's any heard of you bobby recruit admitted north texas state university has knocker forty s what he telling me though bobby jank got me on that side for a little bit played played a couple of games then and then actually mormon gino at kansas he came he came to watch us thank spring practice him through some pretty tight so new year's like earlier five he he moved a guy named jim brown from for all of us tackling the first round pick and so i was in the middle of the pass real they they switched me over man and i was i was stuck ever fancy in my angry man they yeah you know i'll tell the couple of drug tests on those people don't like me i go up here and i try to just you know in with people when i can.

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"north texas state university" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"north texas state university" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Except for not that was from north north texas state university professor peter gunter brentwood a brilliant man yeah he got he got one place right when he said that in south america yeah it's called venezuela is famine conditions because i was communism socialism communism it was because of an ism because of famine you feminism number eight in a decade urban okay so this is nineteen seventy lined a decades nineteen eighty in a decade urban dwellers we'll have to wear gas masks to survive air pollution i left mine at home today almost job to death on the way into work wow it's not the kidneys gonna get you it's going to be this air pollution in dallas you know it my friend by nineteen eightyfive air pollution will reduce the amount of sunlight reaching earth by one half life magazine that's not to apocalyptic that's reasonable they're all reasonable that's why we listen to them still number nine at the present rate of nitrogen build up it's only a matter of time before light will be filtered out of the atmosphere and none of our land who will be usable ecologist kenneth what the dire warning that we needed to he'd never ten air pollution is certainly going to take hundreds of thousands of lives in the next few years alone said that paul erlich ever heard of him again he never said a single thing that ever panned out not one thing and yet people still quote him they still listened to him they were still like paul erlich says that we're headed for hundreds of thousands of not millions of deaths.

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